Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

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'I ya 'H . , ,ga-.L . fl OUR CIRCUS In future yearsour high school days will emerge from the course of our destiny as the spice, the zest of our youth-the never-to-be-forgotten "cir- cus" of life. The Reilector pictures for you students, faculty, and activ- ities "on parade" in a gay panorama of joy, color, and glamour, true to the life of the circus. Symbolic allusions scattered throughout the pages of this year-book re- veal comparisons between the colorful circus and our high school days. No circus is a success 3 without a ringmasterg neith- L er could our school be a suc- cess without the smoothing influence of administrative power. Such authority is typied also by the bally- e r- hoo man of the circus and by the wise super- I X 6 g vision of the animal trainer I and caretaker. Symbolic likenesses to classes are wnq represented in the animals D of the menagerie. The masterful elephant shows SY the strength, the power of the ever- advancing seniors. T h e 2371, hghting cock is suited to the argu- mentative and se1f-conii- dent juniors, while the sly, mischievous sophomores 50 are portrayed by I, the playful bear cub. An os- J, trich, head hidden, is the shy unassuming "frosh". A ,., The tiger head stands f Cf as the appropriate symbol f for the Galesburg grid boys. The ever-ready and 0 well trained basketeers are represented by the skillful? seal of the ring. An agile kangaroo, always v 1, on the alert, is the sym- U I, bol for our swift track- men. The organizations we 9 know so well are often called my the side shows of high school '55 life. Comparing them to the 06,1 side shows of the circus, we 'note the popular "hula" girl, the brawny strong lman, and the Oriental ' snake-charmer, all inevita- Y ble sights of the circus. S-'53 The features of fun, hu- mor, and wit take form in the clever, mm W lovable clown, his sly little mongrel dog, ' .- and the unescapable trick donkey, comical to the ex- treme. 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YOUNG FACULTY ff.- FL lx ' I 11 0 FACULTY OO I: 12 0 TO THE SENIORS For your attainments at Galesburg High School we offer you sincere congratuations, justly deserved for work performed faithfully and well. At the same time it is with a twinge of regret that we reluctantly yield to the inevitable separation of graduation. Truthfully we shall miss you, and yet, we envy you. There is no statement more false than that which might lead you to believe that by your graduation you have finished your education. You are merely continuing that growth and develop- ment which thus far has constantly attended you. VVhatever you may have learned of the value of faithful, dependable work, of the satisfaction of true friendshipg of loyal co-operationg of happiness in the service of others will stand you in good stead. The future is waiting to challenge and in- trigue you. lts problems are yet to be solved, its history is still to be written and its beauty is still undiscovered. As you go forth to meet this challenge of the future, it is our wish that each one of you may be dedicated to the high ideals and purposes which will bring you real and abiding happiness and success. AN APPRECIATION To the classes of former years you owe much, for they established the ideals and traditions of Galesburg High School as you found them. For you, these have been both a heritage and a trust. Your record of the past four years in leadership, scholarship, athletics, dramatics, debate and other school activities proves that you have been faithful to that trust. Classes of the years to come will benefit much in striving to emulate the spirit of the class of nineteen thirty-two. JOHN A. AITCHISON Science , "A merrier man NVithin the limit of becoming mirth I never spent an hour's talk withal." HARRY ALDUS Commercial f "Goodness does not consist in greatness, but greatness in goodness." RACHEL ANDERSON ! Commercial Subjects 'J "So many worlds, so much to dog So little done of what I'd like to do." NIARJORIE BABBIT'l' ' 5 ,, English, Illu.-rio "Anything anyone can ever know will never come am1ss!" FLO BELSHAVV " Art, Advisor of Reflector Art Staf "joyous as morning? l F. C. BOHANNON ' Commercial Subjects, Advisor of Franklin Debating Club, and Boys' Hi-Y "Not cheaply bought for thrice his weight in gold." T. V. BROOKING ly. Inolu.s'tria.l Arts, Athletic Dlanager HO, Popular Applesauce, what heart of man Is proof against thy sweet seducing charms?" ROLAND BURTON 'Q L English, Advisor of Lincoln Debating Club "He ceased: but left-so' charming on their ear His voice, that listening still, they seemed to hear." RUTH CA LDVVELI, English, Latin l', ILL, Lil "A tender hearty a will imHexil1le." IRMA CAROLAN I Mathematics i' "But if the while I think on thee, dear friend, All losses are restored, and sorrows end." FACULTY 'X' 13 0 ' fi FACULTY fl'- W I 14 ' FLORENCE CLINE English "Her happiness seems made to be shared." CLARA CYPREANSEN 1 Physical Education f' "Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag, and smile, smile, smile." ROY DAMBERG Printing, Mechanical Advisor for the Budget ancl Reflector, Advisor of Boys' Collectors Club "Vilas he ever asked for a favor and said 'no'?" HAMPTON FERRIS History "The force of his own merit, makes his own way.', ROSS FREEMAN Science "Respectable Professor of the Dismal Science." CAROLYN FUNKE Expression and Dramatics "Eloquence, the mistress of all arts." IRMA R. GALE l History v . ' . . E "Versatile, learned, understanding, kind." . . HARRY M. GARST 5 Mathematics, Advisor of Boys' Science Club, Assistant Debate Coach "Men of few words are the best men." HORTENSE GEHRING V Mathematics, Advisor of the Analotos F' Literary Society "She is of so free, so kind, so apt, so blessed a dis- position." JOHN VV. GILLESPIE Director of Athletics-,i Coach of Football and Track "The world belongs to the energetic." 'H .ap tte,lacl,0rn , A prince of men, there lies his fame." " ug' t a act, '1 s ul and s He blends in like degree," "Such a woman is truly wise." "XVisdom is better than rubiesf' FACULTY VERNE HARRIS Indwslrial Arts Not rince in i l n ame ROYAL HARSHBARGER C'ommercial Subjects In tho h nil n o ense ' M MINNIE M. HATTEN M History .LA -1- L V! 9 ERVIN I. HAYS Commercial Subjects I '1 4. MARTHA HOOD 9 M N XX' Commercial Subjects el :'She that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast." ELLEN IRYUNE 11, .1 English "XVe are charmed by neatness of person ,, E. E. JENNINGS Jlathematirs, Debate, Public Speaking 5'Methinks there is much reason in his sayings." EUGENE JOHNSON I History 7 Lf "He was stately and young and tall." FLORA LAMB f 1, , Latin "XYea1'ing her wisdom wisely." ROY LANDON 2,7 ' Ilzcluslrial Arts, Band 'KA whole band in himself." ill. 0 1 Q L' felis ,, l no FACULTY I 'L IX CATHERINE MCGIVERN .1 V History, Geography "She numbers her friends by thousands." F.-XYE MCMILLAN English, Spanish, Advisor of Prokorama Literary Society . "Such a faithful friend is hard to Find." HELEN MOFFITT Spanish ' 1 "Dark eyes-eternal soul of pride! Deep life in all that's true? HELEN MORSE English X I 1 "And mistress of herself, though china fall." FRANCES MOSER Commercial Subjects K , , f K'Quiet and reserved, a real business womanf' ANNA M. NELSON . 1 D . J ! Latm "Stateliness and gentleness, a fair combination," I 'v EDNA NICKEL English, Journalism, Advisor of Budget '4The very room, coz she wuz in, Looked warm from floor to CE1l11'1,.,, 11 HELEN OLSON English "Very gentle, good and trueg A friend to me, a friend to you." GERALD D. PHILLIPS ' Physical Education, Coach of Basketball "A man of actions, not mere idle words." RIC HARD RADKE Printing, Jlerhaiiical Advisor of Budget "To be eflicient in a quiet way 'V Is his aim throughout each dayf' A. J. REHLING Agriculture, Aclzfisor of Argiculture Club "Ye rigid plowman! bear in mind. 4 Your labor is for future hours. ' Advance! spare not! nor look behind! Plow deep and straight with all your powers." LUCY B. RICH History J ' "She has that grace so rare of being a finished lady from top to toe." RUTH ROSS French, Chorus . I 'KA face with gladness overspread! Soft smiles, by human kindness bred!" WILBUR RUSSELL ' Science, Orchestra 3 " "He has achieved and no' one knows, How high he with ambition goes." f . 1 I SYLVIA RYIN Englislz, Adz'i.s'or of Girls' Science Club "A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, and most divinely fair," ' I 1 IHJZABETPISCHRODER ' History, Advisor of Laurian Literary Society "Keen sense and common sense and no room for nonsense." FRANKLSMLER 9 Science, Advisor of the Boys' Collectors Club "The reason firm, the temperate will Endurance, foresight, strength and skill.' i FLORENCE SHELDON Spanish "She is as constant as the northern star." VIOLET SIMPSON Home Economics 'WVith El disposition as sweet as her face." CHARLES E. SMITH f Dlathematics "Fate tried to' conceal him by naming him 'Smith'.', FACULTY '12 is X ll ' l FACULTY ,D- .qzj Ax 04 O4 B O RUTH STICKLE English, Advisor of Reflector 1, , "To know, to esteem, to love." ERA STUART English , I, a "She that is fair but never proud." VVAYNE SWINTON History I 7 Q ' "Our guide in wisdom? MAUDE VOLK '- . . ' yr Mathematics ef "My loved, my honored, much respected friend." VELMA VVHIPPLE Science, Mathematics "A perfect woman, nobly planned, To warn, to comfort and command." VELMA FAY VVHITE Mathematics, Advisor of Elizabethan N Literary Society "Her voice is ever soft, Gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman." I ALTA YOUNGBLOOD if Clothing "Plying her needle and thread, Stitch! stitch! stitch!" FLORENCE LINDBERG Registrar 'KShe has a friendly smile as we meet her every day LOUISE PATON Clerk A'Hk'T eyes are true blueg Her heart's that way, too." RUTH SVVANSON Treasurer, Secretary to the Principal K'VVrite me as one that loves his fellow-men." QECXQCXQCXQQIWQIBQZWH O QFLZQQZOQZE GXQGRDGXJIE TO MISS LIND In appreciation of one whose long and faithful service to the Galesburg High School inspires the empression of this earnest tribute. Bliss Lind, to you I dedicate Too late this simple little Verse Because the joy of life was yours, Because the patient Wisdom, force Of character, and personality VVhich I essayed to realize, You taught through your philosophy. llfere texts were not enough for you, But through your cultivated mind, You trained and taught the student heart The high ideals of all niankind. By skillful versatility . You sowed the seeds of character And so enriched humanity. 1 IXIARIAN RUTH BROWN, '32. FACULTY 'L M lg U 0 FACULTY F'.- fu lx : 20 0 JI Plea io Teachers H ark! See down the street With swinging stride they go, Heads erect and eyes alert,- They make a splendid show. Thousands of students on parade, Thousands of citizens being made. Students today-tomorrow's men, Following today-leading then. Luring visions and strong ideals Before them ever lead,- Loce of life and adventure wide, Plant in. them a seed. A desire to do, a hope to be, A wish to go on and on, VV ith hopeful hearts they set their eyes Afar to the glorious sun. Thousands of students on parade, Thousands of citizens being made. Students today-tomorrowls men, Following todayAleading then. A thoughtful brain and a helping hand, A heart with purpose clear, A body strong a spirit true ' These things may they hold dear. Teach them well and lead them right Ye teachers of today,- Set for them a distant goal For these students of today. Thousands of students on parade, Thousands of citizens being made. Students today, tomorrow's men, Teach well today the leaders then. THELINIA JAINIES, '32 5i4?6if3Mf212""?-11:-sw--srwff'-rw-mf-fri-'Q'f efms-5-Q-wwf.-my-,M-'-"". ':2wa'-'..1Is,,+:..,1.k,mipfg-f-gtf'14'QS-.-frfsffxfrxf. ' f.1 ,-.-i:f...i5ggf914gfff,ff-, 3fg':v-'w.f:,2-rqrg-','- ll L I I i, , , .,: ., .L mLawwv44':mdiffi4 -1-W we iwlfiisi-I-4'-eb--. M.. XM-3'2ii::1ff-Q44-1s2s..,.. wk, ,M553i'L-S41 WHA: ff,1fys:fv.vfaim 4w-ima :lk-.f2Mfi':4v'v1" ,-QYkgQz:vm:i:1l:i:1E'sz ' Qv::LpH1.f. w.,Mi1RI-Qffwl vizvifl-k?Ff4'i'!55fe?ff ii WC asf , 5-gQiQg-g5g:1,'.j,fQ,g'9Q:j5-L- . ,-fm-grygbslgrfg..wry-qw? -fzfw Eqnsfhfai' Qgrghgm, ' H',Me5'.gifnv5,:'xgv-3fssggjx.yi v '2'.Iuf'f 'J:ZY"""Five-1-,fly-4.-A-1.5w,-1.,'H-www-N"-- ' --'egg-H'-wwEx-N+-ww-1-f":-N'w-:s-rsfrwnfwygggf 1 I 7' 5 S' 5 L- r f' I I x 1 X , , , I . 1 ..lf,f-w"ffL1r-Wzfis' nuviffi' - mi:-':,'f-S:I'12i'isi:zaf-dwkkf-'F""5'f.wf ,,x:2m:2rs1Af5fg...,4- +u mf- ,11fi:,-M -+.f...f,,,4,, H. fmafgk. gain.. CT he Senior Class The members of the class of 1932 have come to the close of their circus performance. They have participated in their last ring parade and circus fea- ture. They have taken their last test and made their last bow in this circus. They have gathered their many honors and have lived up to them nobly. Roger Shaw was chosen the baton whirler to irvatch over their destiny. As his assistants the class picked VVilliam Hanlon, Robert Twyman, and Rollin Terpening. The Senior class act was guided by the capable leadership of llir. Crawford,the ownen Tduzlast actin the perfornianee contained the ever popular Senior Ilay and Sennn'party. ffhe Senhn'play and assenddy were fohowed by the grand finale--commencement. Francis Paul acted as Junior ring master and Roger Shaw delivered the ring announcement in behalf of his class. ,After all, it is not what they have learned, nor what they have accomplished, in the way of activities and honors, that makes this class glad they have been together four years in this big circus family. It is the friends they have made, the contacts they have had with the circus oaasaia the knowledge they have gained of themselves, and above all, the souvenirs they will carry away-these are the things that make four years in the circus the most vivid memory in the life of any circus graduate. , , 'S -su-K.. SENIORS 1? 21 0 SENIORS .59 22 LEONARD AKRIGHT "I will succeed or die in the llffL'7Vlf7f.,, ROVVEN ALDRICH "My speech is clear and simple, I talk of common tlziriysf' Lincoln Debating Club, President, Vice-Presidentg Boys' Hi-Y, Treasurer, inner Circleg REFLI-:CTOR Staffg Student Council 1, 4. LER YI. A LSEN "If everyorze 'worked as hard zzs she, A splenrlifi place this world would be." Girls' Science Club, ll,1'OgI'3.1'I'l Chairmang Girls' Service League. MA UR ICE ALT lfl R S "He .rows a thought, Then reaps ah aft." Boys' Hi-Y. EHRIVIA ANDERSON "In thy fare I sec the way of honor, truth, and loyaIt3'."' Analotos Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. MARGARET ANDERSON "There was n. soft and peusi-ee grace, A mst of thought upon her fafef' Girls' Service League. MELVIN ANDERSON "Early to bed, early to rise, - Makes u man healthy, zvealtliy, and wise," KATHERINE ANDERSON "Nothing great was ever ael11'e11c'd 'Zi'l.fll0'lll' enthu- sirzsmf' Elizabethan Literary Society, Monitor: Girls' Ser- vice Leagueg National Honor Society 4. WALLIS ANDERSON "It 'well becomes a j'01!1lg' man to be modest." Boys' Science Clubg lioys' Hi-YQ Track 2, 3, 4. VSLILLARD ANDERSON "It is good to li'-ve and learn." Lincoln Debating Club, DOROTHY ANGEL "Blue are her eyes and fair her hair, She find.: jay e1Jc1'ywhe1'e." Girls' Service League. EUGENE ASHBAUGH "A guardian angel Over his life fvreridiizg, Doubling his jvleasiuvrs and hz: cares d1z'1d1Hg." Boys' Science Club: Football 1. HOWARD ASHLEY "S1r011g reasons make strong actions." Boys' Science Club, Sergeant-at-Armsg Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3. JUNIVERE ASHTON "Living is not lzreathingj it is actiizyff Laurian Literary Society, Girls' Service League. MARY' BADER "Fm little but l'm miglztyf' Browning High School, Browning, Ill., 1, 25 Girls' Serf vice League. LEROY BALLARD "Bleu of fini' u'Ov'd,v are the best men." Football 1, 2, Track 3, 4. BERNACE BALLEVV "Oh! those eyes and little curls." Girls' Service League, Chorus 2, 3, 4. CHARLES BARLOVV "None but liimself can br his parallel." Boys' Science Clubg Boys' Hi-Yg Chorus. VIVIAN BEAN "Olt! what do those dark eyes say?" Girls' Science Club: Student Council 1, 3. EDVVARD BELDEN "He almost :miles out loud." Maquon High School 13 Prairie City High School 25 Abingdon High School 35 Basketball 34 Track 3. SENIORS SENIORS 152 24 0 FRED BENNETT "I never found a companion That was so cornpanionnble as solitude." Track l. DAGNEY BENSON "A gentle reproof is outdone by the smile in her eye. Girls' Service League. FRANCES BERGSTROM "Frances believes that, Vu1'iety's the 'very sfffice of life." Elizabethan Literary Society, Vice-President, Monitor Girls, Service Leagueg Chorus 1, 2, 3. MARGUERITE BERRY "Be silent and safe-silence never betrays one." Girls' Service League. HELEN BILLINGS "She is ever precise in promise and peace." Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staffg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. WARREN BLOOM "Little by little all tasks are done, When by the earnest they are once begun." PHOEBE BOWLING "She is gentle and shy, But has mischief in her eye." Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus 4. MITCHELL BRENT "Consider quality not quantity." Boys' Hi-Y. ELSVVORTH BROUILLETTE "By the work 'we know the 'lUOl'k7IZ01l.U HOWARD BROWN "W'h0 cares for troubles, human or divine." 1 SENIORS MARION BROVVN "A girl with a happy smile, lfVho works diligently all the 'ZL'l1l'lL',U Girls' Science Club, President, Secretary, Monitorg Girls' Service Leagueg Student Council 45 Chorus 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4. LEO BUCK ' "Loathing pretence, he did with rlieerfulness, What others talked of, while their hands were still." Boys' Collectors Club, Vice-President, Secretaryg Basketball 2. CARL CARLSON "He does not set his life at a, pin's fee." Boys' Collectors Club. CARL E. CARLSON "Gently to hear, Kindly to jndgef' Budget Mechanical Staff. LEROY CARLSTON "Fm sure cares are an enenzy to life." LEVVIS CARTER "N0'wlzere so busy a man as he there was, Ani yet he seemed busier than he was." Football 2, 3, 4. LEONA CASE "Her smile becomes her will." Girls' Service League. A. J. CHRISTY "The greatest truths are simfilestg And so are the greatest men." Budget Staff. EMILY CHUTE N5l1e was a phnntoni of delightg A PVl2en Hrst she gleanied upon my sight." Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus Z, 3, 4. RUBY CLARK "Thy modesty is a candle to ilxy merit." Girls' Service Leagueg Bndget Staff. Z 25 o GEORGIA COFFMAN "The milder! 111a111ze1'.v, and the gentlest heart." Elizabethan Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. HELEN COPELAND "No one but she and herself knows 'what .rhe thinks." Analotos Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. NEOMA COZIAHR "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Girls' Service League. BERNARD CRANDELL ' "He is not only 'witty in hirmrelf, but 111.vpi1'e.r it in other 111e11." Lincoln Debating Clubg Boys' Hi-Y: Inner Circleg Basketball 43 Budget Staffg Student Council 2. LORRAINE CRAVER "Her yi11ge1'.r go sixty 11zile.r an h0lH'1011 the piano." YVest Salem High School 1, 25 Mt. Vernon High School 33 Girls' Science Club. JOHN CROUCH "He has occa.r1'o11al flashes of .rile11ce,' That make: his c01zzJe1'sati011 perfectly delightf11l.-" HAROLD DARNELL "'Tis true heir very 11111511 i1zcli1Led, To talk and jake with all 1111z1zki11d." Chorusg Stage lVlzn1ager. NORMAN DAVIS "Every 1111111 should 111ear111'e lzimself by his own rta11da1'd." Track 2. DORICE DENTON "A perfect blend of l1app1'11e.rs and 111d11.vtry." Franklin Debating Club, Monitorg Boys' Hi-Yg Track 2, 3, 4. GUY DEATHERAGE "He is the l1af1pie.rt of men 'who values the merits of others and 111 their fleasures takes 103' ez'e11 as though it were 1115 own." Agriculture Club. RICHARD DICKERSON "He goes to his tasks with energy and ability." Rlzruzcrok Staff. MARIAN DODSON "In life she finds a, lot of fun, V But when there's 'work she gets it done." Aledo Hi fh School 1 2' Girls' Science Clubg Girlsl ls Service Leagueg Chorus Iii MAXINE DOUGHERTX' "A light heart lizfes long." - Girls' Service League. MARIE DUNN "Honest labor bears a lovely face." 4Pro'koranjia Literary Society, President, Monitor Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staff. MARJORIE DUNN "Her 'ways are ways of pleasantness, Her paths are full of peace." Prokorama Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. DALE EAVES "No good man ever grew rich all at once." Boys' Collectors Club, President, Vice-President Treasurer. FRANCES' EDWARDS "Inst being happy is a fine thing to do, Looking on the bright side rather than the blue." I a Analotos Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls' Ser- vice Leagueg Budget Staff, Typist. PEARL EMSTROM "Where 'words are scarce, thcy're seldom spent in vain." Girls' Service Leagueg Orchestra 3, 45 Baud 2, 3, 4. ROBERT ERICKSON "Bashfnlness is an ornament to yomlif' Boys' Science Clubg Basketball 2. VEE ERICKSON "He who speaks sowsj But he who is silent reafvsf' Girls' Service League. SENIORS l ,x yi Vi . 1: MARJABELLE ESSEX "Very gentle, good and true: A frierzrl to me, a friend to you." Laurian Literary Society, Vice-President, Girls' Service League. JACK FENSTERER "He uezxerlwash so busy but that he had leisure to help his frzendsf' 3 Boys' Collectors Club, President, Orchestra 1, 2, , 4. HARRIETT FIELD "She 'witlz all the charm of woman, She with all the breadth of mart." Girls' Science Club, President, Treasurer, Monitor, Girls, Service League, President, Inner Circle, Budget Staff, Stu- dent Council 1, 3, National Honor Society 4. LLOYD FORSTROIVI "True to his looks he has quite a fame." Boys' Collectors Club, Boys' Hi-Y, Rm-'LECTOR Staff, Business Manager, National Honor Society 4. JOHN FRANK "Never leave that 'till tomorrow, lfVl1ich you can do today." Lincoln Debating Club, Orchestra 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. .IACQUELINE FREDERICK "A folly Iassie, ehuek full of fmt, Sl1e's always nice to everyone." Laurian Literary Society, Vice-President, Muni' tor, Reporter, Girls' Service League, Budget Staff, National Honor Society 3, 4. EILEEN FRISK "Her sise is one 'small' trouble of hers, To be a bit taller ls what she prefers." Prokorama Literary Society, President, Vice-President, Secretaryg Girls' Service League, REFLECTOR Staff, Club Debates 3, 4, Chorus 1, National Honor Society 4. LOIS GARDNER "Y0u'll always find her in art ambitious mood, Whether lt's 'work or play." Elizabethan Literary Society, Treasurer, Girls' Ser- vice League. MILDRED GAYMAN "Her 'very frowrzs are fairer far, Than the smzles of other maidens are." Avon High School 1, Girls, Service League. E VELYN GIBBS "Wltatever is worth doing at all, Is worth doing well." Girls' Service Lcague. ETHEL MA RGARET GILLMOR "Born for success she seems, With grace to win, with heart to hold, With shining gifts that take all eyes." Elizabethan Literary Society, President, Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls' Service League, Vice-President, Inner Circleg Budget Staff, Editorg REFLECTFR Stalig Student Council 15 "Skid- ding"g Big Nine Debate Board 2, 3, 45 Big Xiue Debate Team 2, 3, 4: Club Debates 2, 3, 43 Declamation Contest 44 Chorus 33 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer. RUBY GOODSELI, "Love, friendslzip, honor, all are thine." Girls' Service League. MINNIE GRAFLUND "Life's a ntirror, and as we smile, Smiles come bark to greet ns." Girls, Service League. PAUL GRAHAM "Oh, it is excellent to have a gitmtlr strmzytli, but it is tyrannon: to use it like a giant." Boys' Science Clubg Football 3. ROBERT GRAHAM "A smile, he alu'1zy.r wears." Pana Township High School, Pana, Illinois, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Collectors Clubg Football 43 Track 45 Band 4g National Honor Society 3, 4. VIRGINIA GRAHAM "She is a friend 'worth having." Prokorama Literary Societyg Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staff. LORRAINE GRAHAM "Not bold, nor shy, nor short nor tall, But a nice mixtn1'e of them all." Elizabethan Literary Societyg Girls' Service League, JANE GREGG "A steady zcovkei' 'who aeuoniplislies 71l'HL'l1.U Girls' Science Clubg Girls' Service League, RE- FLECTOR Staffg Student Council 25 National Honor Society 4. VVILLIABI GRIFFITH "Talks littlng listens miiclrl' Boys' Collectors Club. CLARENCE GUNIIWIEHE "Patience is cz necessary l71l1?'L'dI'l'Hf of genius. Basketball 2. SENIORS 2 29 0 SENIORS l D CHARLOTTE GUSTAFSON V "A pleasing personality seated in the heart of courtesy." Girls' Service Leagueg REFLECTOR Staff, Band 45 National Honor Society 4. IRENE GUSTAFSON Says Irene. "A 'violin is zz regular pet. fust wait. 1'll tame it yet." Girls' Service League, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. EDITH HALE "And what she dares to dream of, dares to do." Girls' Science Club, Program Chairman, Monitorg Girls' Service League, "Gypsy Rover", Chorus 1, 2, 4. VERA HALL "Happiness is conscious usefulness." Girls' Service League. LOUISE HA LLBERG "To type is her peezfe it seems, Since paper must be bought in reams." Analotos Literary Society, President, Secretaryg Girls' Ser- vice- Leagueg REFLEFTOR Staff, Typistg Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4. RICHARD HALLBERG "A rrmu of deep purpose and 'noble stature." Boys' Collectors Club, Treasurerg Oration 4g Band 1, 2. MARY HANKINS "I sing away sorrow, east away cane." Girls' Service League. VVILLIAM HANLON "Discourse, the sweeter banquet of the rnirtdf' Vice-President of Senior Classg Lincoln Debating Club, President, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms, Boys' Hi-Yg Budget Staff 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 25 National Honor So'- ciety 3, 4, MARGARET HART "Take time euouglig all other graces 'will soon fill up their proper places." ' Girls' Service League. JOHN HAWKINSON "He the sweetest of all singers." Boys' Science Clubg lloys' Hi-Y, Club Debates 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, "Yanki San", Band 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL HELMS "A man of much sense, Talks little and listens much." Lincoln Debating Clubg Boys' Hi-Y, Football 25 Track 1, 2, 3, Club Debates 4. MAURINE HENDERSON "The style is the 'woman herself." ' Elizabethan Literary Society, f Girls' Service League. ROBERT HIERONYIVIUS "Plans his work, then works his plan." Franklin Debating Club, President, Vice-President, Secre- taryg Boys' Hi-Y, Secretary, Inner Circle, REFLILCTOR Staff, Track 2, 35 Orchestra 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Cheer Leader 4. MARY JANE HIGHLAND "Still smile, my dear, A frown or tear would mar that cheerful face." Girls' Service League. ZELMA HILLIER "Frisky as a, lamb, busy as a bee, She's the kind of girl people like to see." Analotos Literary Society, Treasurer, Girls' Service League, Budget Staff, National Honor Society 3, 4. RAYMOND HOFFLUND "The world knows little of its greatest men." Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Z, 3, 4. MARGARET HOLMES "She is as good as she is fair." Girls' Science Clubg Girls' Service Leagueg Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 3. ROBERT TIOLMES "Bob's true to his work, his word, and his friends." Boys, Science Club, Boys' Hi-Y, Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. WARD HOXWVORTH "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men." Agriculture' Club. LOIS INMAN "A1feetion warm, and faith sincere, And soft humanity are here." Wlashington junior High School, Rock Island, Il- linois, 1, Laurian Literary Society, President, Treas- urer, Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls' Service League, RE- FLECTOR Staff: Club Debates 2, Chorus 45 National Honor Society 4. SENIORS Z 31 0 SENIORS e 3 32 0 MARION JACOBSON Ufoyons, hard working, and gay." Girls' Service Lengueg Chorus. XVILLA IWIAE JACKSON "Smooth runs the 'water where the brook -is deep." Girls' Service League. 'I'HEI.lVIA JAMES' "It's nice to be natural when yon're naturally nite." Girls' Science Club, Vice-President. Treasurer, Girls' Ser- vice League, Inner Circleg Budget Staffg REFLECTGR Staff, Student Council 3, 4: Club Debates 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 4. ALICE JOHNSON "Little I askp My 'wants are few." Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus 2, 4. BILLY JOHNSON "Wl1erez'er her footsteps went, She 'was the queen of nierrzmentf' Analotos Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls' Sere vice Leagueg Chorus 2. DOROTHY JOHNSON "Always steady, always true- In all tlze things she tries to do." Girls' Service League. HOVVARD JOHNSON "I and ea1'tlz'not gray, But rosy." JANET JOHNSON HCII1f17'llCfl'l' gives sfilendor to youth." Girls' Service League. KATHERINE JOHNSON "fl good 1'!'f7'Hf!lfl'0'll 'is more 'Lfalntzble than money." Girls' Service League. PHILIP E. JOHNSON "Aly designs and labors - And aspirations are my friends." Football 2, 31 Basketball 2. EDVVARD JONES "The flll'77ZL'I'X 'arc llzc fU1Hld!'l'.Y of 4'i'L'ili::atio1z." Dallas Township High School, Dallas City, Illinois, 1, 2, 3. DONALD JONESON "He wax iimicr J'llL'lf171L'1lOIj'-U MARGARET KELLY "A good lrrart is better than nll tlzc lzcads in tlw u'orld." Girls' Science Club, Girls' Service Leagueg Student Coun- cil Z. REVA KELLY "K11oztf.r that .rlic who is a frimzrl to licrsclf is a friend to all." Girls' Service League. MARY KERVEY "She is pretty to walk with and 'witty to talk zvitlzf' Girls' Science Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Girls' Service , League, Treasurer, Inner Circleg Bmlgft Staff, Students "' Council 3, Chorus 3. V EUGENE KINCAID . "If we are i11dust1'i0ux, We shall nmfer starve." ETHEL KISOR "A lovely lady garnwnlcd in light," Joliet Township High School lg Girls' Service League, Student Council 2. A - LAVERNE KLEMM "The right man in the right ftlaurf' Boys' Science Cluh, President, Secretaryg Boys' Hi'Y, Secretary, Inner Circleg Student Council 2, 3, 43 Football lllanager 3, 43 liasketbzill lllanager 3, 41 Track Manager 3, 45 Club Debates 2. ROBERT KLINGER "Though, he lm.vn't burn lirrv long, HN: knouvu by m'vr3'borl'y." Sterling High School. Sterling, Illinois, 1, Z, 3, Boys' Science Club, Boys' Hi-YQ Track 4. DONALD KNOTT "Quick and 'll7!tl.Y.Y'IlHll7lj1 but rzlways 011 tlxc fob." SENIORS :a 33 0 SENIORS '-L n ,X , .3 34 0 VIRGINIA KOST "Her variable nature is exlvrcssed in her many nicknames." Elizabethan Literary Society, President, Secretary, Serg- eant-at-Armsg Girls' Service League, Inner Circleg REFLECTOR Staff, Editorg Student Council 2: Chorus 1, 2, 33 "Gypsy Rover", "Tulip Time", 'KYanki San"g National Honor So- ciety 3, 4. PHIL KUHL "All his fanlts are such that one loves him still the better for them." Lincoln Debating Club, Treasurer, Sergeant-ab Armsg Boys' Hi-Y: Student Council 35 Football Man- ager 2, 3. MYRTHE LADD "Better the rose to be in bud than in full bloom." Albertlea High School 1, 23 Rockford High School 3: Girls, Service League. DONALD LAFOLLETTE "Friends are made easily by zz real friend." LLOYD LARSON "Indeed, he takes long strides toward aeeomf1l'isl1nzent." Franklin Debating Clubg REFLECTOR Staff: Club Debates 3, 4g Big Nine Debate Board 4. MARTHA LAUERBIAN "Goodness is beauty in its best estate." Girls' Service League: Chorus 2. LAVONNE LAVV "lfVe know nothing of tonrorrowg Our business is to be good and happy today." Girls' Science Clubg Girls' Service Leagueg Bndget Staffg Chorus 1, 2, 35 "Tulip Time", "Yanki San"g National Honor Society 4. GERTRUDE LAVVRENCE, "Everlasting clmrrn lies in woman's quietness." Laurian Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. ROBERT LAYTON "Man is man, and master of his fate." Franklin Debating Club, Treasurerg Boys' Hi-Yg Bndge Staff 2, 45 "Honor Brightng Club Debates 2, 3, 45 Band 2g Big Nine Oratory 33 Extempore Speaker 3. DOROTHY LEGGETT "We know her by her happy air, ' Her bright brown- eyes, her dark brown hair." Girls' Service League. SENIORS HARRIETT LEHMAN "Few things are impossible to diligence and skill." Girls' Service League. EUNICE LINDROTH "The deepest 1'1"UL'I'.Y have least sound." Prolcorama Literary Society, Girls' Service League, Chorus 1, Z, 3. EDNA LINDSTROM "Small as I am, I can bear my own burden." Girls' Service League. LILLIAN LINNER , "Cliarms.sti'ikes the sight, . But merit 'wins the soul." Girls! Service League. THALIA LITTLE "Dress designing is her ambition, So she may design things that are 'Par1sian'." New Trier Township High School 1, 2, 3, Girls' Service League. Not graduating because of illness. NELLIE LOSO "A quiet, gentle person, always." Girls' Service League. ROBERT MCCORNACK "Concealed talent brings no reputation." Lincoln Debating Club, Athletic Manager 4. CHARLES MCGEE "Born to write, converse and live with ease." Franklin Debating Club, Vice-president, National Honor Society 3, 4. ELEANOR MCKEE "Informal, happy-go-lucky, but sure to make go0d."' me High School 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service League. RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN W "An honest man's the noblest work of God." 3 . Lincoln Debating Club, Boys' Hi-Y, Inner Circle, Football 3, 4. if SENIORS :i 36 0 ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN "Thou hast no sorrow in thy song, Ao zvuitcr zu thy year." Lincoln Debating Club, Treasurer, Boys' Hi-Y, President, Inner Circleg Athletic Manager 3, 4, REFLECTOR Staff, Nae tional Honor Society 4. CLARENCE MCVEY "'Tr'utli is thc bcgimiiug of all yoodf' XVALTER MACNAIR "Under the roof wlirrr' Iizuylztm' riazgs, That is uilzcrc 'Walt' is sure to bc." Orchestra 4: Band 3, 4. MARIE MAHLE "Wise to 1'csOlz'z', And paticnt to reform." Not graduating because of illness. CHARLES MELDRUM "Each mind has a method of its ozf.'11." THELL A MEYER "Erzrtl1.'s Hoblcst thing, a 'woman ft'rfccted." Girls' Service League, Chorus 2. HERBERT MILLER "He gains wisdom in it happy way." Lincoln Debating Club, Secretaryg Boys' Hi-Y, Inner Circle Band 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. LEONE NIILVVARD "There is grmt ability in k1lO'ZL'l11fj how to conceal o1tc's ability." Elizabethan Literary Society, President, Yice-Presi- dent, Treasurer, iilonitorg Girls' Service League, Sec- retary, Inner Circleg REFLECTOR Staffg Student Coun- cil lg Chorus 35' "Yanki San". FRANK MINGAR E "A man is simple 'when he is honestly and miturally hzmmu." PAUL MITCHELL "Wi11s by r'o111pi11'is011." Boys' Hi-YQ Football 25 'liasketball 2, 3, 49 Track 3. EDITH MORGAN "If she would talk mow, VVL' would know hor brttrrf' DOROTHY MOTT "As nzcrry as the day is long." Rio High School l, 2, 34 Girls' Service League, Orchestra 4, FREDERICK NARR "Likf'd licrc, Likcd there, Liked c1'm'yu'l1crc." Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 43 Track 4, Letterman -li Boys' Hi-Y. DEI.BL'IiT NELSON "He had his limrt sct ou tlzc goal, And not on the Wise." Franklin Debating Clulu, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Monitorg Boys' I-li-Y, Inner Circle, Budget Staff, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 45 liand 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 35 National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent. GRACE NELSON "Always likc herself- VVise, fair, and true." Laurian Literary Society, Girls' Service League. il- MABEI, NELSON "Her -merit finds its e:vM'c.fsiou 'fu modesty." Girls' Service League. HAYINIOND NELSON "Ask mc no questions, and I'll toll you no fibifl ROSE NEME'1'H "She is popular and arromfvlishrd lu many things.-" Elizabethan Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Arms, Monitor, Girls' Service League, "Honor Bright". NATHALENE NEMITZ "Sh: is zz fountain of clzfcrfizlizcss, "And good will." Analotos Literary Society, President, Girlsl Service League, Inner Circle, Budgrt Staffg Student Council 35 Club Debates 4. M,-XHIAN NESBIT "Sha has the cliarm of l11fl7l1ll'l'.Y mild." SENIORS 0 all SENIORS : 38 o FRANCES NEVVKIRK "Clever and full of fung I Known and loved by everyone." ' Girls' Science Club, President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Program Chairman, Monitorg Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staffg Student Council 25 National Honor Society 3, 4. GUST NICHOLS "Words of truth and .roberne.rs." Lincoln Debating Club. LLOYD NYBERG "Do you remember his jolly .smile Wlrerz lm took your 171Cf1t1'C?U Boys' Hi-Yg REFLECTOR Staff. JAMES PARSONS "He was capable of imagining all, Of arranging all, and of doing everything." Lincoln Debating Clubg Boys' Hi-Yg Athletic Man- ager 43 Track 33 Band 1. VERA PEAVEY "IV0rr1'cs never trouble me, Wlzat'lI the difference in a century be." Laurian Literary Societyg Tri Mu Club, Secretary, Moni- torg Girls' Service League. KEITH PETERSON "And if you mean to proht, Learn to 11Iea.re." Boys' Hi-Yg Band 3. STUART PETERSON "In bus1'ne.fs 'Stu' can't be beat." Franklin Debating Club, Treasurerg Boys' Hi-Y, Inner Circleg Budget Staff, Business Managerg "Yanki San"g Chorus 35 National Honor Society 4. VIOLET PETERSON ":ller1'iIy, merrily, .shall I live now, Lnder the blossom that hangs on the bouglzf' WINIFRED PHILLEO "We .raw not half the elzarrns Her downenst nzodexty concealed." Twentieth Century Literary Societvg Girls' Service League. FRANCES PILCHER "Only the best is good enough for you." Girls' Service League. FRED PITMAN "His limbs were cast in manly mold, Foixlordly sport: and eontests bold." Boys' Scie11ce Club, Football 3, 43 Track 3, 4. GRACE PITNIAN "There are some that are always 7'0'lllE711b!?1'Bd.u Girls' Science Club, President, Vice-President, Pro gram Chairman, Girls' Service League, Chorus 1, 2 HAROLD POLAND "This man is as true as steel." Band 3, 4. GRACE PONT "If she has any faults, We have not found them out." Rio High School 1, 2, 3, Girls' Service League. FRANK PRATT "He thought as a sage, though he felt as a man." MAY PRUETT "Here-is a girl so sweet, ' The kind that people are anxious to meet." Laurian Literary Society, Treasurerg Girls' Ser- vice Leagueg Club Debates 3. GRACE PUTNAM "Always at 'work to do her bit, Helping others when she see: fit." Prokorama Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Arms, Vice-Presi- dentg Girls' Service League, Student Council 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3. . WIIJLARD RALF "He would help others because of fellow feeling." Lincoln Debating Club, Vice-President, Boys' Hi-Yg REFLECTOR Staff, Orchestra 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. DAVID REED "Men of few words are the best men." Agriculture Club, Judging Team 1. MARGARET REESE "Goodness graciousf What a busy woman I am!" St. ,lohn's High School, Benton Harbor, Michigan, St. ,Toe High School, St. Joe, Michigan, 23 Analotos Literary Society, Vice-Presidentg Girls' Service League, President, Inner Circle, Budget Staff, RE- FLECTOR Staff, Assistant Business Manager, Student Council 4g "Honor Brightug Big Nine Debate Board 35 Club Debates 43 Extempore Contest 35 Declamation Contest 3, Orchestra 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. SENIORS 3 lj l SENIORS wt x J - -s N rc lv xl FRANCES RICHARDSON "A pretty way, a winning smile, Dressed so neat, and right in style." Analotos Literary Society, Vice-President, Girls' Service League, Chorus 2, 3. BARBARA RILEY "The 'virtue of her lively looks excel 0. precious stonef' Alpha Township High School 1, 2, Girls' Service League, Orchestra 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 3. PEDRO RIOS "By diligence he wends his way." Boys' Hi-Y, Band 2g National Honor Society 4. LAVONNE ROBERTSON "Her care was never to offend, And every creature was her friend." Rio High School 1, 2, 39 Girls' Service League. DONALD ROBINSON "ln basketball or in elasswork, Don always wins, PVhether he argues or just merely grins." Boys' Science Club, President, Treasurerg Boys' Hi-YL Basketball 3, 4. MARGARET SA NDBORG " niet true and kina' 1 , I A OllC'ZL'11Ol11 the world cant leave belzmdf' Girls' Service League. ALICE SANDBURG "The delicate tints and sweetness, That an artist loves to paint." IVIILDRED SANDSTROM "A sweet little girlgalways neat, To sit next to her is surely a treat." Analotos Literary Society, Secretaryg Girls' Ser- vice League. KENNETH SVARGEANT "Good striving brings tl1ri'Uing." MARJORIE SARGEA NT "lVhat mischief hides within her eyes, What fresh new pranks will she devise. 1, i Analotos Literary Society: Girls' Service League llunfl 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. I WVILLIA M SARVER "A little 11o1zsc11sc Hou' and tl1c11, Is rcflislzcd by the wisest msn." Boys' Science Club, Sergeant-at-Arms. VIRGINIA MAE SAYVYER "Al smile, ll blusli, a curl, In other words, ll bunny girl." Girls' Service League. FRANCES SCHAEFER "Small and dark and full of fllll, Sha has a smile for 6'Z2L'I'j'OllC.U Burlington High School, Burlington, Ill, l, 25 Laurian Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. HELEN SCHARFENBERG "Her f'I'Il'lll'l'7lgf.S' the kind that has lots of pap, And .vlwlv just the girl that we mn't forget." Alilizabethan Literary Society, Monitor, Girls' Ser- vice League, Budget Staff, Assistant Business Man- ugerg "Honor Brightvg Chorus 3. REVA SCHREIBMAN "A good 1l.a111v is better tlmn l.'VlIill6S.U V Girls' Service League. HOWAIID SCOGLUND "Beware the fury of a patient 111a11." Boys' Science Club, Presidentg Boys' Hi:Yg Foot' ball 2, 3, 4. . JEANNE SCOTT "Style is the dress of thoughts." Analotos Literary Society, Treasurer: Girls, Service League, Budget Staffg Chorus 3, UA Full House". IVIAXINE SCOTT "JIIaki1zg all futures fruits of all the tlzc past." Girls' Service League. XYENDELL SEVVARD "I am a man, and uotliing that C0'llCEl'1l.S' a man do I deem a 11111ttc1' of 111d1fe1'cnfc to me." ROGER SHAVV "For if he will, he willy You may depend 011 it." President of Senior Class, Lincoln Debating Club, President, Vice-President, Secretaryg Boys' I-ILY. Vice-Presidentg Budget Staff, Editor-in-Chiefg Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, President, Big Nine Debate Team 3, 49 Club Debates 45 Student Council 2, 33 Extempore Speaker 43 Senior Class Oratorg National Honor Society 4. SENIORS 3 41 o LOREN SHEPHERD "He that hath a trade, hath an estate." Student, Council 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4. JEANETTE SHERBINO "A pleasant smile and a pleasant word, Arc' two of a kind and she a third." Niles High School, Niles, Michigan, 1, 2, 35 Prok- orama Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. MILDRED SIPES "TO the virtuous maiden, Employment is enjoyment." - Ray High School 15 Girls' Service League. DEVVITT SLOAN "We prize him because 'we know his true -worth." Track 3. IIVIOGICNE SMITH "Ambitious, capable, and smgft, She's won over each and every heart." Girls' Science Clubg Girls' Service League, National H011- or Society 4. M URIEL SNELL "An honest lzard-worleing studeizt with musical talents." Girls' Service League: Chorus 1, 2, 33 "Gypsy Rover"g "Yanki SZIHUQ "Tulip Time". AILEEN SNOOK K:Nf'Z'C7' too busy to join in fun, Always on hand when there's -work to be done." .Prokorama Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls' Ser- vice League. EDNA MARY SPRINGER N'5f77'I.1lg, comes from Springer, but it also means a bright sunny smile, As fresh as the first spring breeze." Girls' Science Club, Sergeant-at-Arms. Monitorg Girls' Service Leagueg IQEFLECTOR Staffg Student Council 2. HOVVARD STEELE "Happy is the man who is void of care and strife." Boys' Collectors Clubg Track 3, 4. RUTH STEGALL "Better to die ten thousand deaths, Than 'wound my honor." Girls' Science Clubg Girls' Service League. MARIAN STEPHENS "Ambitious, dependable, and charming in lier way." Prokorama Literary Society, Vice-President, Girls, Ser- vice Leagueg REFLECTOR Staff, Club Debates 4. ARTHUR STEPHENSON "Quiet in appearance, With niotiifes unknown." Boys' Collectors Clubg Boys' Hi-Y: Football, Let- terman 49 Football Manager 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3. MAX STEVVART "His talk was like a -.Yfl'!'ll71l,' Wlzicli runs 'witli rapid flzanges from rocks to roses." Boys, Science Club, Vice-Presideutg Student Council 4g Basketball 2. , CLARENCE STINSON "The fame that rnan wins himself is best." CATHERINE SUTTER "We know her by her jolly air? Laughing eyes and jet black hair." Girls' Service League, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. VAN SVVAILES "He worries not, he liurries not, His calrn is undisturbed." Agriculture Clubg Basketball 35 Track 3. HARLEY S'WANSON "Persuasion tips his tongue wlienezfer he talks." Franklin Debating Club, Vice-President, Treasurer, Boys' Hi-Yg Band 2, 3. LEON SZERLONG "He lmtli a wisdorn that doth guide his valor to act in safety." Franklin Debating Club, Vice-President, Treasurerg Boys' Hi-Yg National Honor Society 4. VVANDA TABER "lily ambition is to bc-- Five footvtlirecf' Girls' Service League. MARY LOUISE TANNING "A charming personality, 4 I A lust brimming over with originality." Analotos Literary Society, President, Vice-I'resi- dent, Treasurer, Secretaryg Girls, Service League, Vice-President, Inner Circleg Budget Staffg "Yanki San"g "Skidding"g Chorus 35 National Honor Society 4. SENIORS I YI ROBERT TERPENING "Virtue alone is true nobility." Franklin Debating Club, Treasurer, Boys, Hi-Yg Oratory 45 National Honor Society 4. HOLLAND TERPENING "The nzoncy 'keeper' of our class." 'Treasurer of Senior Classg Boys' Science Clubg Boys' Hi-Yg Agriculture Club, President, Secretary: Chorusg Band 1, 2, National Honor Society 4. HENRY THOMAS "Yon should hammer your iron 'wlzen its glowing red." lloys' Collectors Club. HERBERT THOIVIAS "No one knows what he can do until hc tries." Boys' Collectors Club. JOE THOMAS "Patience is a remedy for every sorrou-." llaml 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERTA TINGEY "A c0nsrientio14s and -industrious nmidf' Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Stattg Chorus 3, 45 "Gypsy Rover" M A RI A N TI NGEY "Quiet, thoughtful and scadnte, To all of ns fl good SC1l0Ull?1!ll!?.U Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus 1, 2, 3, "Gypsy Rover" "Yzmlci San"g "Tulip Time". PAULINE TORLEY ,X-y Ni "A favorite mnong her friends, A jolly girl -with dividends." X Elizabethan Literary Society, Treasurer, Historiang Girls' Service League: Budget Staffg Chorus 2, 33 "Yanki Sanug "Tulip Time". RICHARD TORLEY "It is good to lengthen to the last, a sunny mood." Football 2. GENEVA TOVVNSEND "Full of jollity and fun, W1'tli sparkling eyes of grey." Kohoka High School 1, Z, Girls' Science Club, Sec- retary, Monitorg Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staffg Student Council 45 Orchestra 35 National Honor So- ciety 4. SENIORS RUBY TURNER "I'll be rnerry, I'll be glad, But one thing sure, I'll not be sad." Laurian, Literary Society, President, Treasurer, Monitor, Girls' Service League, Club Debates 3. ROBERT TVVYMAN "Wisdoni is the principal thing, therefore get wis- dom,- And with thy getting, get understanding." Secretary of Senior Class, Lincoln Debating Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Boys' Hi-Y, President, Secre- tary, Inner Circleg Budget Staffg Track 2, 3, 4g Foot- ball Zg Club Debates 45 Student Council ,l, 3, Na- tional Honor Society, President 3, 4. ENID UNDERVVOOD "Her care was never to ofend. And every creature was her friend." Prokorama Literary Societyg Girls' Service League, Chorus 1, 2. TADD WVAKE "With energy and ability, He goes lo the task." Franklin Debating Club, President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Boys' Hi-Y, Vice-President, Inner Circle 3, 45 Budget Staff, Student Council 13 Big Nine De- bate Team 3, 45 Club Debates 3, 43 Orchestra l, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 4. LEROY WALKER "The joy of youth and health his eyes display'd," Boys' Collectors Clubg Basketball 2. HERBERT WALLACE "A workrnan is known by his work." NANTHEA VVALLACE "A jolly girl with eyes of blue, Good in her studies and music, too." Girls' Science Club, Program Chairmang Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staffg Student Council 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 4. MAXINE WVARD "Then honor roll oft bears her name, Predicting for her future fame." 'Knoxville High School lg Analotos Literary So- ciety, Girls' Service Leagueg National Honor So- ciety 4. OKLE WATTS "Always happy, never sad,' "Full of pep and never bad." Girls' Science Clubg Girls' Service Leagueg Student Conn! cil lg Chorus 1, 2. LOIS VVEAVER "Ever laughing, always gay, TJ Lois finds sunshine in every day." Analotos Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. 45 0 SENIORS 46 .0 EULA WELCH "In this 'world there's too mneh 'worryg lfVhat's the use of fnss and l1nrry?" Analotos Literary Societyg Girls' Service League. ALBERT VVENSTRONI "A good heart radiates joy." Athletic Manager 45 Football 35 Track 4. THELENA VVEST "The secret of snceess is constancy to purpose." Girls' Service League: Chorus 2, 3. LOUISE VVESTERBERG "She carries the stars in her eyes, Ana' the sian in her fi'ieizdslz1p." Girls' Science Club, Secretary, Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls' Service Leagueg Student Council lg National Honor Society 4. PHYLLIS VVESTFALL "Happy am I, from care I'm free: lVhy a1'en"t they all contented like me?" Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus l, 2, 33 "Yanki Sanug "Gypsy R0ve1"'g "Tulip Time". S'YLVIA VVESTFALL "Mg: mind's my kingdom." St. Ioseph Academy 35 Prokorama Literary So- cietyg Girls' Service League. GENE VVHITE "His middle name should be 'Pep'." Buda High School, Buda, Illinois, 1, 2, 33 Franklin De- bating Club. VVILLIANI WHITE "Quiet and unassuming, but always on the job." Boys' Collectors Club, President. CARLIN VVIJITESELL "He fills his position, well." Hyde Park High School, Chicago, Illinoisg Lincoln Debat- ing Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Boys' Hi-Y, REFLECTOR Staffg Student Council 35 National Honor Society 4, GLADE WILCOX "W'isrloiiz, joy, everything woifthwliile, He has them all plus a pleasant smile." Boys' Collectors Club, Treasurerg "Skidding". ELIZABETH VVILK "C'heerfulness, too, was her never failing rlm1'at'ter1'stii'." Girls' Service League. HORTENSE VVILK "Like the bubbles that blow, Her life is all sunshine." Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus 1, 2, 35 'tGypsy Rover"g "Tulip Time". Pl-IYLLIS VVILLIAMS "Cute little girl with eyes of brown, E'eeryone's happy when she is around." Girls' Science Club, Vice-President, lXIonito'rg Girls' Ser- vice League, Treasurer, Inner Circleg Declamation 35 Or' chestra 1, 2g Chorus 1. LOUISE VVILMOT "Says but littleg And thinks deeply." Sparta Township High School 1, 25 Laurian Liter- ary Society, Secretaryg Girls' Service League. SA LLY VVILSON "VVhat a world of happiness, Her cheery laugh foretellsf' Marseilles High School 15 Peoria Central High School 33 Girls' Service League. BETII VVOOD "No one is happy who does not think herself so." Analotos Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Arms, Treas- urerg Girls' Service League. BETTY ANN VVOOD "The girl with a srnile, Is the girl worth while." St. Mary's, Knoxville, Illinois, 1, 25 Analotos Literary Society, Presidentg Girls' Service League, Secretary, Inner Circleg Student Council 4. MARTHA WORRALL "To take things as they be, That's rny philosophy." Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus 1, 25 "The Gypsv Rover". DOROTHY VVRIGHT "A merry heart maketh a eheerful countenance," Laurian Literary Societyg Girls' Service Leagueg Budget Staffg Student Council 23 National Honor Society 4. GE RTRUDE ZELDES "There was a soft and pensive grarc, A cast of thought upon her face." Girls' Service Leagueg Chorus 1, 2g Orchestra 1, 2, j. GUY STEGALL "Give us a man of Gorl's own rnould, Born to nzarshall his fellow-men." No' Picture. Note: The pictures of seniors included in this section are of those students whose stand- ing at the close of the first grade period of the second semester seemed to indicate suc- cessful graduation in June, 1932. SENIORS fe 1 Q 5 ,lt 'Q F , 7 7,4 ks. .. f J Z 47 o SENIORS 'WJ 48 0 Senior Committees ANNOUNCEMENTS Georgia Coffman, Chairman Herbert Miller .lohn Hawkinson Nanthea lVallaee Mildred Sandstrom SENIOR ASSEMBLY Lloyd Forstrum, Chairman Glade Wilcox Marian Brown Mary Kervey Leone Milward Robert McLaughlin PARTY Carlin lVhitesell, Chairman James Parsons Beth Wood Robert Twyman Frances Newkirk Vivian Bean Stuart Peterson Senior Dag General ChairmanfTadd Yvake REFRESHMENTS Helen Seharfenberg, Chairman hlary Louise Tanning I"r:1nees Bergstrom Robert Hieronymus Bernard Crandell Louise Hallberg Phil Kuhl BOYS' GAMES Delburt Nelson, Chairman . VV:1llis Anderson Richard McLaughlin TRANSPORTATION YVillard Ralf, Chairman lvalter Hlacnair Robert Layton Richard Hallberg John Frank GIRLS, GAMES Zelina Hillier, Chairman Betty Ann VVood Marjorie Sargeant Katherine Anderson Achelpohl, Mary Louise Alderman, Nellie Allen, VVarren Allison, VVilmar Anderson, Carolyn Anderson, Laverne Anderson, Marjorie Anderson, Raymond Anderson, Ruth - Anderson, Svea Anncgers, Ruth J. Applegren, Marga Arnold, Richard Arnold, David Austin, Elizabeth Ayers, Bernice Baldwin, Robert Beghtol, Edwin Benson, Marie Betts, Eugene Bird, Mariam Bohan, VVi1lia1n Bonham, Eugene Botham, Clyde Bowen, Bryce Breckenmaker, Roy Broullette, Lawrence Brown, Carey Buck, Edna Burford, Joe Cabeen, Rebecca Carlson, Dale Carlson, Glenn Carlson, Lillian Carlson, Margaret Carlson, Mildred Carmack, Lynn Chandler, xxrllllillll Channel, Marie Charnoek, Emma Cline, Charles Cline, Mary Cole, Lucille Collura, Benaldine Conner, Darline Cook, Mildred Cooley, Frank Cooper, Edith O ret JUNIORS - ,,..4f "f',:,,.,z fm? 49 JUNIORS mi 50 o Cordell, June Cotton, Sam Coughlin, Dorothy Cowan, Ruth Crites, Doris Cunningham, Catherine Dahlberg, Helen Danielson, Pearl Davis, James Davison, Forest DeForest, Lorraine Dempsey, Sue DeWitt, Marian Dickerson, Eileen Dodge, Lour Donnelly, Robert Doran, Elizabeth Dougherty, VVilliam Duffy, Mary E. Dutton, Augustus Eaton, LoRene Eagle, Richard Essex, Logan Evans, Virginia Fields, Edna Fifield, Pauline Fuhr, Jean Funk, Raymond Galyean, Imogene Gardner, VVilliam Gilbert, Elizabeth Ginn, Byron Goldsberry, June Goldstone, Richard Gregg, Galen Griflith, Helen Gustafson, Paul Gustafson, Ruth Guy, Fred Hale, Paul Hancock, Robert Hand, Mary Haner, Clarence Hanson, Robert Hawkins, Helen Hawkinson, Lloyd Hawkinson, Robert Henderson, Harold Henderson, Thomas Hendricks, Eileen H. Herlocker, Louise Herndon, Eleanor C. Hickman, VVilliam Hicks, Josepliine Hicks, Marie C. Higgins, Betty Higgins, Jeanette Hinchliff. Edward Hinekley, xvllllillll Holeonih, Rex Holtselaw, Franees Hopping, Ada F. Horney, Edith M. Horton, Margaret M. Howard, Ione Hubbard. Clarenve Hunter, Ethel Hunter, Virginia Irwin, Frank Jackson, Barbara Jeneks, Carlton Johnson, Alma J. Johnson, Annabelle, Johnson, Betty E. Johnson, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Philip Johnson, Robert Johnson, Vlfillard Jones, Russell Jones, VVilla Mae Jordan, Goldie Kelly, Mary A. Kjellander, Ruhy Krahn, Helen M. Krohn, Helen C. Krout, Kathryn L. Laeky, Charles Larson, Forrest Larson, Mary Louisa Larson, liityllltlllll Laueh, Loretta Laugghner, Luke Lanerman, Ethel Lawrence, Orie Lee, Jeanne Lehman, Cathreen JUNIORS wi 51 JUNIORS fffvi 52 0 Linrothe, Ralph Lithander, Roxie Little, Helen Lundeen, Dorothy Lundeen, Oscar Luvall, Mary Lyon, Jaek Manley, Heleen Marks, Carrol Mortinson, Charles Mather, Erwin Matthews, John Maxwell, John Maxwell, Virginia Mecum, Lillian Meldrum, Jane Melton, Celeste Metz, Elizabeth Miles, Joseph Miller, Theodore Millikin. Dorothy Miner, Charles Mingare, Steve Mitchell, Dorothy Moore, Clarence Morris, Juanita Morris, Mae Morris, Norman Morrissey, Lola Morrison, Georgia Munson, Kenneth Murphy, Thomas Myers, Warren McBroom, Elizabeth McClure, Isabel McClurg, Harry McGrew, Eleanor McKay, Franklin Mclaain, Betty McNamara, Virginia McQueen, Lloyd Nelson, Donald Nelson, Leona Nelson, Lillian Nelson, Lois Virginia Nemitz, Donald Nutter, Anna Lee Oliver, VVendell Olson, Hazel Osgood, Vera Owens, Margaret Owens, James Page, Harriett Painter, Vivian Palmer, Vin-cent Palmgren, Howard Parish, Virginia Parker, Hazel Parkins, Katherine Parks, Harriett Patehett, Dale Paul, Francis Pearson, Margaret Peek, Earl Pendergast, VValter Peterson, Clifford Peterson, Lucy Peterson, Margaret Peterson, Marguerite Peterson, Mildred Phillips, S'ne Pico, George Poiset, Harold Pont, Helen Preston, Gordon Prnett, Paul Rothgeh, YVilliani Realner, Vera Joan liedshaw, Mildred Riggr, Jack Roaeh, Beulah Robertson, Alta Robertson, Mark ltollertson, Max Robins, Clyde Rogers, Providenza Rose, C0lll!1ll1llS Hose, Marian ltnnkle, George Rylancler, Robert Sample, Velona Sanderson. ltuth Sargeant, Doris Sauter, Kenneth Scott, Evelyn Scott, Frances JUNIORS and 53 JUNIORS Gift 54 i 0 Scott, Leroy Sebastian, Natalie Shea, Edward Shepherd, Gertrude Sholl, Dale Simpkins, Christina Sloan, Vivian Smith, Fred Smith, Maxine Smith, Virginia Sprout, LaVonne Stacel, Paul Stackhouse, Robert Stafford, Robert Sterenberg, Kathryn Stern, Mable Stevens, Elmer Stevens, Orlo Stevens, Vencel Stewart, Virginia Stone, Virginia Strader, VVillia1n Stranberg, Ralph Swanson, Chasta Swanson, Gale Swanson, Robert Tanner, Lee Teeter, Dorothy Tennery, Martha Terpening, Harlan Thurman, Edna Townsend, Ava Truitt, Mellie Tucker, Rollin Tulin, James Ulm, Mary Olga lfnzicker, Iva Upson, VVillian1 Van Dell, Harold Yan Etten, Virgil YVaggoner, Jane YVainwright, Beulah VVainwright, Gerda VValker, Marian VValker, Rex VVallaCe, Gregory VValsl1, Fred VValsh, James XVeatherford, VVilma VVhite, Geneva VVhite, Madalyn VVhite, WVilbur VVhitcomb, Herbert VVilbur, Robert Vklilliams, Thelma Willis, Mary Jane Wilson, John Wilson, Lois VVindish, Pauline VVoodley, Marvin Y VVong, Vt ayne Yelmgren, Alden Young, Harvey Young, Maree Youngren, Elouise JUNIORS Did not have pictures taken Badgett, Lillian Bruington, James Deal, Cress Lindgren, Donavan Morrison, Grace Strand, Vivian Stratton, Culver I Wonder Little puddles Make little streamsg Small streams lVIake great rivers, Great rivers Blake mighty seas. I wonder, Does a puddle know Its destiny? THELMA JAMES, '3:2. aw-f 55 UNDERC foo 56 0 LASSMEN AR ' -, X, .- . .-xx .- '-V' . Top Row: G. Stegall, I. Davis, H. Greene, R. Mullen. I. Colburn, ID. Sands, A. Holler, T. Hood, L. Horn, T. Shay, J. Shaner, R. James, L. Peterson, Il. Stinson. 2nd Row: P. Strandberg, XY. Taylor, A. Clay, G. Harnest, j, R. Talmone, H. Reynolds, C. Becker, R. Hagerstrom, M. Diamond, H. Hough, C. Quaife, A. flianakis, If. Sandberg. 3rd Row: Mr. Aitchisonl, II, Ronk, A. Sholl, R. Iacoluson, IV, Vermillion, H. Britton, P, Haggerty, 4th 5th R. Nelson, D. Frank, I. Hawkinson, R. Sitler, Ii. llunn, I., Christy, Mr. Russell. Row: H. Stromsted, N. Stake, C. Spilnmn, VV. Porter, I, Stewart, XY. Stick, C. Peterson, C. Davis, T. Donovan, XV. Bower, H. Hawkins, H. Holmes, fl. Shcnaut, E. Seltzer. Row: XV. Colville, L. Stoneking, IJ. Shragal, VV. Swanson, S. Clark, C. Pierson, C. Peterson, G. Allen, I. Haights, G. Field, F. Showalter. H, Hicks. Top 2nd 3rd 4th Sth Row: R. XVenstrom, P. Poulos, R. Underwood, R. VVethei-hee, IJ. Terpening, li, XVardeII, I. Hallock R. Brown, YV. Oakes, P. Alexander, Row: Miss Ilfohlitt, A. IVatson, I, Parnell, I.. XViIIiams0n, lf. Carlson, IJ. IVood, M. Vondelo, H. Zeldes, A. VVager, F. Erickson. Row: R. XVesterf1eId, B. Tyler, II. O'I5rien, N. Sutherlzlnrl, M. VVooiI, M. XViniIom, IV. Lindlweck, Ci. YVright, lfr. Seiler. Row: III. Wlolff, E, XVhitver, V. Gibson, IJ. Canfield, H. liullick, O. XViIkins, KT. Travis, II. XVeIIs, E. XVallace, V. XVindom. Row: F. YViIIiams, C. XVilliams0n, II. VVaIIaCe, IJ, Wlallace, R. Carr, YV, Graham, I.. XVedan, J. YVeaver NV. VVhite. 1 UNDERCL Top 2nd 3rd 4th Sth Row: V. Dodge, G. Reinhold, I. Bowers, H. Lindeen, A. Tadie, R. Robinson, P. Morrison, F. Holst, R. Bower, H. Clay, XV. Shirley, P. Lacky. Row: Mr. Aldus, R. Monson, G. Herslow, C. Hanlin, R. Bell, R. Ryan, K. Laswell, C. Iiehymer, J. Rulnyon, P. Gans, M. Kennedy, E. Mayhall, H. Carlson. Row: L. Adcock, V. Buckley, A. Boyer, E. Beregi, V. Darnell, L. Denton, M. Anderson, I. Burgland, G. Chinn, I, Albee, E. Anderson, R. Andrews. Row: L. Hallin, E. Dahlstrom, F. Asbury, L. Bergwall, M.. Carlson, H. Carlson, M. Achelpohl, A. Brown, D. Davidson, Z. Bell, B. Cochran, N. Coziahr, D. Hickman. Row: C. Eccher, E. Ring, G. England, G. Elrick. W. McLaughlin, L. McKeown, M. Dugger, G. Stoke, R. W'atson, P. Vilallace, G. Essex. Top 2nd 3rd 4th Sth Row: L.,Scott, I. Mitchell, li. Mills, K. Johnson, F. Trulson, F. Gummerson, F. XYilliams, M, Daniel- son, L. Johnson, G. Stokes, E. Morton. Row: R. Hand, E. Morris, S. LeValley, P. Moreland, I. Lowry, B. Newkirk, L. Lawver, li. Lass, R. King, G. Kling, C. Newkirk, E. Norton, F. Lithancler, M. Kelly. Row: Miss Ross, L. Tilly, L. Retherforrl, P. Springer, R. Short, BL Robertson. K. Seiberlich, D. Stivers, M. Palmquist, E. Palmer, M.'Palm, M. Thorne, M. Stivers. Row: A. Pierson, R. Todd, R. VVal1ace, G. Peterson, L. Szerlong, J. Palmer, B. Page, F. Sandburg, P. Simpson, R. Rensch, E. M. Sims, E. Shane, D. Stomp. Row: M. Mason, E. Maley, IJ, Owen, M. McGowan, R. Mecum, D. Page, M. johnson, L. Miles, M. McCone, E. McCawley, K. Melclrum, M. Iohnson, G. Iohnson. ASSMEN 3- 57 0 UNDERCLASSMEN Top Row: F. Armstrong, D. Shaw, H. Berry, C.f Harlan, A. Schaubert, E. Coburn, G. Anderson, R. Fuller, R. Gunther, H. XVo'olsey, E. NValsh, K, Alexander, R. Cozad. 2nd Row: L. Dickerson, H., Courim, D. Camren. A. Davis, L. Carlson, D. Bayless, D. Benedict, I. Hamp- ton, VV. Reynolds, R. Bell, B. Bennett, R. Brown, D. Crouse, F. Rose. 3rd Row: T. Larson, R. Carley, H. Bethurem, XV. Brodine, C. Evans, H. Hogue, R. Adeock, K. Fadner, C. Bowles, R. Marshall, NV. Carmack, V. Bayless, Mr. Swinton. 4th Row: R. Hand, R. Carley, M. Stoner, D. Hendrix, M. Peterson, V. Highlander, S. VVatters, L. Butler, G. Gilbert, A. Gould, M. Gans. 5th Row: L. Dulfey, B. Standard, C. Benson, D. Duncan. Top Row: L. McCullough, H. Iohnson, V. Malttocks, I. Pendergast, I. Littleton, S. Olson, P. Lass, S. Nelson, I. McCone, R. Nelson, E. Lindbloom, S. Langley, Mr. Freeman. 2nd Row: M. Philleo, E. Iackson, I. Snell, V. Deatherage, C. Saunders, M. Armhelcl, R. Speck, D. Sim- mons, K. Guenther, P. Van Huffel, L. Hepler, S. McLaughlin. 3rd Row: Miss Ryin, F. LeValley, R. Iohnson, I. Meyer, R. Iohnson, B. Malcolm, F. McAuley, K. Lutz, L. Morris, D. Nelson, D. Ewalt, C. Hornbaker. 4th Row: D. Duncan, XV. Hall, D. Coffman, D. Hall, E. Hackman, M. Coad, XV. Banks, E. Adelman, M. Tracy, D. Velanfler, R. Nelson, E. Goodwin, M. Markham. Sth Row: R. Martin, V. Iohnson, R. Miller, C. Nelson, H. Morrison, P, Lee, T. Olson, H. Iohnson. Sao UNDERCLASSMEN Top Row: VV. Shawler, G. Scott, I. lVarren, XV. Allison, XV. Seyller, R. Stamets, O. Smith, K. Scott, I. Smith, C. Zachmeyer, H. Smith, C, Fach. 2nd Row: M. Mates, D. Fletcher, B. Pearson, R. Davis, L. Ryland, E. Despaiin, G. Dalton, B. Lund- gren, H. Clay. 3rd Row: Miss Olson, M. Peterson, U. Perdue, F. Lafferty, M. Geniso, L. Marsden, R. Carmody, A. Longton, B. Haynes, A. Sargent, L. Rogers, Mr. Rehling. 4th Row: M. House, D. Frailey, V. Fields, M. Reed, R. Emstrom, I. Garfield, G. Iohnson, L. Lyons, G. Brown, P. Conn, F. Rhodes, E. Gibson. Sth Row: R. Ross, P. Higgins, R. Gibson, R. Gladfelter, H. Snodgrass, F. Swickard, B. Swanson, R. Stearns, R. Walters, R. Sholl, C. Grady. Top Row: I. Reed, E. Nelson, K. Nelson, M. Nelson, C. Friend, A. Hall, P. Carlson, E. Hurt, I. Guarda- labene, S. Botruff, D. Blomgren, A. Alters, C. XVelcome. 2nd Row: E. Bower, L. Thurman, H. Nelson, M. Lundenberger, M. Parks, M. Root, R. Streed, E. Swan son, M. Stotts, A. Iohnson, P. Baker, M. Keener, D. Iohnson, I. Snook, I. Sedgwick. 3rd Row: Miss Schroder, VV. Albert, VV. Bivens, L. Gregory, XV. XVo'odard, C. Nelson, M, Brown, P Pemble, D. Eckstrom, E. Crites, E. Strader, M. Stackhouse. 4th Row: VV. Brown, H. Hinebaugh, I. VVager, D. Goettler, G. Cordell, M. Young, F. XValz, M. Goddard, 9 E. Lawton, R. Haggerty, M. Bower, E. Turner, M. Beck, Mrs. VVhipp1e. 5th Row: R. Burrel, R. Elias, B. Fackler, H. Inman, H. Carlson, L. Aldrich, P. Granberg, E. Holcomb, I. Davis, I. Higgins. 59 UNDERCLASSMEN Top Row: R. Sherbino, W. Sargeant, I. Sperry, D. Swanson, W. Wiedenhamer, W. Thomas, D. Van Wynkle, R. Rosenbaum, C. Wilson, I. Vitali, D. Ray, C. Stephenson, D. Tederman. 2nd Row: I. Williams, B. Folger, M. Elgin, G. Duilield, D. Cline, I. Anderson, S. Christy, F. Botruff, T. Frank, L. Bell, B. Burgess, F.. Craft, M. Cox, M. Erickson, M. Craig, S. Rose. 3rd Row: Miss Volk, W. Vancil, I. Van Huffel, B. Van Drunen, M.. Allison, C. Carman, B. French, L. Fensterer, K. Effland, M. Fairbairn, O. Erlandson, I. Unzicker, M. Young, A. Swanson, E. Stodd, V. Sercrest, Mr. Phillips. 4th Row: B. Billings, H. Fuhr, V. Augustson, E. Bowers, L. Hunt, L. Beachler, L. Crane, E. Cherring- ton, P. Beck, M. Beatty, M. Bobbitt, A. Cills, M. Fulton, I. Cunningham. 5th Row: V. Waldo, R. Riley, W. Waldron, C. Shell, I. Wainwright, M. Prouty, D. Sampson, D. Shepherd, A. Young, D. Peterson, E. Westfall, I. Timmens, B. White, R. Scott. Top Row: E, Nichols, F. Gregg, R. Hunter, C. Clay, F. Cunningham, F. Chester, L. Moberg, R. Bogard, R. Murphy, R. McCarthy, E. Nelson, E. Lindstrom. 2nd Row: I. Taber, V. Stottler, E. VVilson, T. Perardi, E. M. Peterson, F.. VVilk, D. XVhitesell, P. Sepich, H. Smith, R. Peterson, I. VVorster, M. Robertson, N. Shay, G. Sims, H. Hicks. F 3rd Row: I. Mundy, Mrs. Cline, I. Stamets, R. Morris, L. Pattison, E. Palm, R. Larson, I. Mitchell, H, Nelson, R. Lundeen, L. Gregg, G. Lowell, P. Nelson, V. Olson, F. Moyer, Mr. Brooking. 4th Row: I. Peterson, F. Smith, E. Peterson, H. Porter, M. Young, A. Stephenson, R, Everetts, E. Hensly, J F. VVinn, F. Sutter, M. Swartout, D. Robson, P. XVoofl, A. VVilson, E. Shragal. Sth Row: H. Morrissey, E. Nelson, M. Lauerman, M, Nelson, C. Nelson, D. Iiewley, H. Metz, H, Mills, XX D. Lester, W. Moore, H. Ashton, L. Alexander, A. Duggan, V. Larimer, K. Armstrong, C. Estrarlo. 00 UNDERCLASSMEN Top Row: VV. Buck, D. ljlodson, M. Greason, V. Linrothe, L. A. Highland, G, Herron, VV. Goode, O. Standard, D. Alsen, H. Hogan, G. Iohnson, M. Gould, G. M. Johnson, A, Lannholm, VV. Dawson. 2nd Row: H, Coatney, VV. Coziahr, T. Anderson, XV. Alderman, D. Foote, A. Copeland, K. Hilgren, P. Clausen, E. Findahl, J. Cahoon, VV. Bowling, H. Kalin. 3rd Row: Miss Cypreansen, V. Gustafson, E. Holeman, H. McCombs, H. McKenzie, M. Johnson, M. Kent, C. Hartman, L. M. Hiles, F. Hodgson, F. Herslow, C. Chambers, XV. Bowling. 4th Row: C. Magnuson, G. Luncleen, R. Hanson, M. V. Iohnson, D. Herman, D. Haggenjos, M. Lyen, M. McLaughlin, A. I. Horton, D. Lucan, F. Ellison, H. Malm, H. Simonson. Sth Row: R. Hagberg, H. Hinchliff, H. Drew, R. Edwards, I. Annegers, F. Kennedy, A. Baird, L. Hare, E. DeXVitt, I. Harrison, A. Anderson, R. Kennedy, L. DeXYitt. Top Row: C. Hartley, 1. liocox, D. Johnson, G. Lundeen, E. Eckils, M. Ashbaugh, R. Egan, R. Kelley, C. Knowles, M. Keener, V. McDowell, E. Blanchard. 2nd Row: K. Kellogg, R. Mingare, H. Swanson, M. Oberling, M. Nelson, D. Peterson, E. Olson, lf. Mureen, R. Sands, H. XVexler, I. Sands, M. Vanlluskirk, K. Nelson, E, Voight, H. Palmer. 3rd Row: Miss Carolan, B. Shipley, D. XVhite, XV. EVard, F. Regan, VV. Seannell, F. Peterson, G. Min- P nick, R. XValker, M. Turnbull, A. B. Morris, E. Markham, Mr. Bohannon. 4th Row: B. Tabbone, M. Rutherford, M. Miller, K. Miller, K. XVatson, I. YValters, M. Thomas, B. XVake, J M. Narr, P. Mitchell, XV. Robbins, A. Reeves, H. Ryan, L. Rogers. Sth Row: G. Anderson, D. Horrom, H. Ogden, I. Logan, F. Mloatts. C'. Malley, E. Hallstrom, VV. Gal-. loway, G. Davis, M. Mundy, G. Clark. X 61 UNDERCLASSMEN Top Row: M. Sandburg, T. Larson, E. Hicks. Znd Row: C, Peterson, D. Hallberg, E. Gossage, L. Greenquisf, D. Hendrix, D. Dunn, C. Eskridgc, J. Isaacson, F. Houck. 3rd Row: VV. Shroyer, E. Housh, R. Ingram, E. Downie, N. Housh, L. Hieronymus, ll. Formhals, C. Hoots, L. Gustafson, V. Highlander. 4th Rowli Miss McMillan, H. Rowen, R. Flack, H, Hynes, R. James, V. Hart, G. Housh, E. johnson. ll. art. Top Row: M. Carl, K. Frake, I. Jackson. 2nd Row: D. Carlson, D. Pitman, I. McClure. 3rd Row: G. Carmody, XV. Sullivan, ll. Christenson, D. Kincaid. P J X 62 "2"'P'f'?'K":P?'-"'1'Urrl'4':'l7'r-v-gwiffVH f. fff'5ivifY??53ial2EiHii'l"?'?--7'P?-'.x5?r5'4iW1 9 . "?7i'iF B :'8Q'i2WW,f , ,, , . ' nm ,.. . ., .. , ,. , ., , .,,,.,.0. .,, , X-.,,f-,, 1 . I I J -. Ill WWW , ,nl ,pg W, , l, , ' l"5 fi fi O , W, -' 'Y' 'W 7 W iw 1""""" 7' " ' "Tr "' " A A ,,,,,,,, 7, ,, I . 'D IL.- I l. 1 ' . . 1 . A-'w4ff12ges2w'41raeaB5fL2k-'-ii-21--Q-155-3n'QMr29Qn'Mn.5iQ.',f?i5ff15 r. "V:-:fuk alfa-Zif-.2'-PrwM!f":Jw-1QwT10rrf!3fn:rs-'faYcilw-ifaf1i'Qa?4iwfiekaesfyfl-aiasvyfwhey"ffl14EvlfF r ' 0 O'n ' r-, v . . . . . I ., . , , . . .- I . n,- . . 1 ot -v WV, - ..,f. . 14 L 53 - .pq '-1 f " -v-w -:--v1'f-:. - 1 3 . 11+ N12 1 "W 1.,, "'B"""'-iE?1fPfr1"'?"f:f'tfr'fxGPv'f'W"1if2H!if:'+Cff'sfv":1P9'1?'??12M'lfHM4-?r"2fP-'-"2e2n A 1 1 Q . . sw -Ssifia-A ,A , ' :caan-'L ' A .ar .fzvmnl.ugm41sf.m-Q15331:4.aff!"fw.5f5ugLag.e:.ga5-,n2gasJ..1.f:fi.mszuzmf -' V L ' Q ATHLETICS C0'aCh Gillespie Coach Phillips ATHLETIC COMMITTEE Mr. Seiler, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Brooking, Mr. Gillespie, Mr. Aldus QC D0 63 0 ATHLETICS "Bill" Rothgeb "Bob" Hieronymus Cheerleaders and Manaqers The cheerleaders are pictured above. Throughout the year they led the lusty cheers of the student body in fl very successful manner. Below are the four students who managed the four sports. They should be complimented on their fine work during the sport seasons. I "Hob" McLaughlin, LaVerne Klemm, "Hob" McCormack, Albert XVenstrom 64 0 FOOTBALL Football The first venture in the football field was with Burlington. Galesburg won by a score of 26-6. Through a stubborn and stable line a powerful backfield plunged and battled, and the results of this game pointed the way to a successful season. East Moline journeyed to Galesburg for the next struggle which ended in an 18-7 score with Galesburg on the top side. This tilt was the initial struggle toward a Big Nine title. The old rival, Canton, was conquered by a score of 19-0 for a second Big Nine victory. A hard-hitting line and a swift backfield made possible this win. The first loss of the season was handed to G. H. S. by Moline through a 14-0 score. Though this was a Big Nine defeat, it did not put Galesburg out of the race. As a benefit to charity, Rock Island was played. It was a thrilling game which ended in a final score of 19-8 in favor of Galesburg. This game showed what was meant by the expression, 'iFighting Tigersu, and what they could do. A victory of 27-O over, Quincy again indicated Galesburg's power to win. Though tl1e score does not indicate it, the game was hard-fought. This time, Galesburg battled Macomb for a 28-6 win. The game was charac- terized by clever ball playing on the part of the backfield. The next game was with Kewanee Boilermakers. It resulted in a scoreless tie. The game was extremely close with both teams evenly matched for strength. Ke- wanee was the most dangerous team in the conference, with the piossible exception of Monmouth. Galesburg tied Kewanee which is a notable fact. Our last home game of the year was with Geneseo in a conference tilt. The Tigers walked away from Geneseo by a score of 46-0. Although the score seems un- interesting the game was not so. It took clever ball playing and good blocking to win this game and the team featured both. I Galesburg lost her final game to Monmouth by a score of 19-0. Inches barred Gr. H. S. from a touchdown during the first quarter. A stone-wall line halted our line advances. A second defense knocked down our passes. Not until after one of the most difficult contests had been fought did Galesburg consent to the loss. Nel- son, Ashley, Arnold, and Henderson gathered most of the honors of the game. ps Cf 65 . X FOOTBALL ,Ei 66 0 HOYVARD ASHLEY Senior The Captain whose work was characterized by clever plays, HAROLD HENDERSON Junior One of the outstanding tackles of Illinois. ROLLIN TUCKER Junior A brilliant, fast, and clever backfield player. HOVVARD SCOGLUND Senior A capable teammate to "Red" Henderson. FRANCIS PAUL Junior A Fighting guard who will be back next year. JAMES' BRUINGTON Junior XVorthy of the name of Ha fighting tiger". RICHARD ARNOLD Junior Famed for his ability to gain yardage when it was sorely needed. RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN Senior Alternated with "Had" Scoglund at tackle in a capable manner. CAREY BROVVN Junior A powerful end in the G. I-I. S, machine. LOUIS CARTER Senior A wriggling, elusive, fast man i11 the back- field. ROBERT STAFFORD Junior One of the best ends in the conference. FRED PITIVIAN Senior A hard hitting backfield man who earned his tiger. JAIVIES VVALSLI Junior A good man at left guard. NVILMER ALLISON Junior A valuable letterman who played a hard, straight game. DELWBURT NELSON Senior The speed king of the tigers. VENCEL STEVENS Junior The "Savoldi" of Galesburg High School. WILLIAM GARDNER Junior An end man who earned a well deserved letter. WARREN MYERS J11I1i0r One of the best centers in the Big Nine. ARTHUR STEPHENSON Senior One who played courageously in spite of hardships. RICHARD CARLSON Junior A player who held his own in the line. WENDELL SHIFLEY Junior A hard-hitting halfback who rightfully earned his numeral, RAYMOND FUNK Junior A big lineman who will prove important next year. RICHARD FULLER Sophomore A laughing likeable sub whose manner made him famous. JOSEPH MILES Junior A good competitor for the first team. ROBERT GRAHAM Senior Did his part by doing his best. A ROBERT BALDVVIN Junior A flashy center in the second line may do big things when given a chance. JOHN MAXVVELL Junior A good prospect for the line although a noisy sub. CLARENCE BOWLES Junior A steady hardworking lineman. FOOTBALL 425 Top Row: Mr. Iohnson, I. McCone, R. Gunther, L. McCullough, C. Knowles, V. Mattocks, I. Colburn, R, Nelson, T. Donovan, S. Olson, H, Greene, R. Scott, XV. Seyller, Mr. Ferris. 2nd Row: A. Schaubert. V. Mcllowell, D. Pitman, XV. Carmack, R, Marshall, K. Kellogg, M. Sandburg, C. Hartley, H. lYoolsey, C. Nelson, C. Davis, T. Larson. 3rd Row: L. lloberg, E. DelVitt, A. Davis, G. Stinson, M. Ashhaugh, I. Hampton, E. llayhall, XY. Reynolds, G. Essex, I.. lYe1lan, C. Stevenson. Freshmen-Sophomore Football Coaches Ferris, Johnson, Smith The "Ponies" had an unusually suc- cessful season. Though the team was inexperienced it developed promising material to be used in the future. Following is a summary of the fresh- man-sophomore scores: Galesburg ..... 12 Galesburg ..... 9 Galesburg... ., 31 Galesburg... .. 14 Galesburg 7 Galesburg... . 19 Galesburg... . 14+ Galesburg... .. 12 Galesburg ...... 6 Galesburg ...... 1 12 E. Moline ..,. 0 Moline 7 Macomb ...... ..... 0 Monmouth 0 Rock Island .......- 7 Macomb ...... 0 Monmouth ., 0 Kewanee ...... - ...... 6 Peoria Manual , .... 144 Opponents .. ....... .27 BASKETBALL Basketball Letter men "DON" ROBINSON was the fastest forward on a fast team. An ideal basketball player. ROLLIN TUCKER was a small player whose skill at faking will long be remembered by G. H. S. Q "BARNEY" CRANDELL was our tall center who had the ability to tip in baskets to such an extent that he was the second highest scorer. "PETE" MITCHELL was a guard who knew how to play and how to Captain basketball. Pete captained most of our Big Nine games. JOE BURFORD was the other guard of the second semester whose dribbling was a marvel and a great factor in winning games. HGUSSIEV DUTTON was the tiny forward who nobly took Robinsons position during the tournament. "DELBIE', NELSON was an energetic player full of iight. FRED NARR was that eurly headed, good looking, lighting guard who left us at the first semester. "DICK" ARNOLD was a wary guard who took Narr's position in a steady, sure manner. "SONNY" MYERS was a guard whose steady playing and clever head work made him known as a good basketball player. O 1 C 69 . BASKETBALL BASKETBALL NUMERAL MEN Standing: R. McLaughlin, J. Owens, XV. Gardener, XY. Hanlon, R. Stafford, L. Horn, Mr. Phillips. Sitting: P. Lacky, L. Tanner, I. Mitchell, K. Sauter. Basketball Season Coach Phillips should be praised for the year's basketball success. lVith only three letter men back, he developed a championship team. His "Indiana Defense" improved over that of last year. Our scoring capacity was low this year because of the teamis smallness. It is due to Mr. Phillips that Galesburg is considered when champions are mentioned. G. H. S. won the Big Nine this year for the second con- secutive timeg the score card showed no defeats. The team proved themselves best in the district and second best in the section. Following is a summary of the bas- ketball season: Galesburg ............ 20 Elmwood ..... ...... 7 Galesburg ............ Macomb . Galesburg ............ 29 Burlington ................ 18 Galesburg ............ Geneseo Galesburg .....,..... 23 Princeton ..... ........., 1 2 Galesburg .,,......... Moline ..... Galesburg ............ 11 Springfield ...... ...... 9 Galesburg ............ Monmouth Galesburg ....,,...... 15 Freeport .,..... .,.,....,, 1 6 Galesburg ............ Kewanee . Galesburg ............ 19 VVheaton ....... .......... 1 6 Galesburg ............ 18 E. Peoria Galesburg ............ 9 Sycamore .................. 10 Galesbnrg ............ Monmouth Galeshurg ............ 21 Rock Island .............. 6 Galesburg ............ 17 Moline ..... Galesburg ............ 18 Canton .,,................... 17 Galesburg ............ 12 Canton Galesburg ............ 20 ' DISTRICT TOURNAMENT East Moline .............. 13 Galesburg ...... ..,.......,.....,..,... 20 Knoxville ........ .. Galesburg ......... ......... 2 5 Mathersville ..... Galesburg ......... .......................... 1 2 Abingdon ......... 0 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 1 Galeshurg ......... .......................... 7 Slieiiield ............. 4 Galesburg ......... ......... 1 3 Freeport .... Galesburg ......... ...... 6 Kewanee .... 70 0 BASKETBALL Top Row: I. Halluck, XV. XVetherbee, M. Ashbaugh, XV. Seyler, R. Mullen, I. Colburn, L. McCullough, R. Johnson, H. Johnson, C, Stephenson, E. Dewitt, Coach Ferris. Bottom Row: K. Lutz. L. Aldrich, O. Smith, VV. Allison, R. Marshall, M. Sandburg, L. Duncan, L. Dewitt, T. Larson, I. Guardlabene, R. Stearns, VV. Buck, I. McCone. Freshman-'Sophomore Basketball The Freshman-Sophomore team played a hard schedule in their games this year and displayed much good material which will bel used on future basketball teams. The scores below give a record of their season: Galesburg V Opponents 25 9 10 12 13 17 19 15 18 11 15 13 13 20 Elmwood Burlington Maquon Princeton Springfield Canton Geneseo Moline .. Monmouth Kewanee Moline ----' ....,. Monmouth Canton ..... ........ East Moline O 1 I 71 0 TRACK 15 'Lv' 72 0 Track Records 50 yd. dash-P. Mitchell, 1930 ,.,A..,. Pole Vault-G. Dutton, 1932 .....,.., 100 yd. dash-T. Murphy, 1932 ....,.., Shot Put-R. Anderson, 1930 ,.....,, Mile Run-G. Schroeder, 1926 ...........,. Javelin Throw--H. Henderson, 1931 ......, 4-4-0 yd. Run-T. Murphy, 1931 ............... Running High Jump4B. Tate, 1929 ..,.... 120 High Hurdles-E. Nelson, 1928 ...,.,.. Discus Throw-W. Crawford, 1925 ..... , ,,,.... 5-7110 sec. .11 ft. 2g in. ,.,.10-U10 sec. ft, 4 in. 41 min. 36 sec. ft. 1152-4!10 sec. ft. S 1n. ....16-6fl0 sec. .,.....,..115 ft. 10 in. 880 yd. Rune-R. Meyer, 1926 ....,,...........,,, ....... 2 min. 3 sec. Captain Tom Mufphy Running Broad Jnmpan, Smith, 1926 ,..,............ 20 ff. ion in. 220 Low Hurdles-T. Murphy, 1932 ,.,,,,., ....... 2 6-6110 sec. Hop-Step and Jump-H. Smith, 1926 .............,....... .....................,...,....,.. ......., 4 3 ft, 3 in. 220 yd. dash-T. Murphy, 1932 ,.,...............-.,.,,,.............,............,............,.,.. .......... 2 2-4-X10 sec, 1925 Mile Relay--Cederoth, Erickson, H. Schroeder, J. Murphy ....,...,.,.....,.............,, 3 min. 36 sec, 1932 Half Mile Relay-Tom Murphy, Robert Klinger, Wallis Anderson, James Tulin ...,., 1:33.6 1927 Two Mile Relay-Cederoth, H. Schroeder, J. Murphy, G. Schroeder ...... 8 min. 22-6f10 sec. 1926 College Medley Relay-VJ. Murphy, H. Schroeder, Meyer, S. Schroeder ...,,,.. 7 min. 56 sec. 1932 Medley Relay-Tulin, Steele, T. Murphy, Klinger ,.........,,...........,,.,,.....,, ........... 3 min. 45 sec. Top Row: W. Upson, G. Nichols, C. Harlan, P. Carlson, R. Kelley, M. Thomas, S. Olson, R. Stafford, R. Funk, L. Dewitt, I. Hampton, R. Hunter. 2nd Row: L. Essex, A. Wenstrom, R. Brown, T. Williams, R. Gunther, E. Mather, L. Scott, D. Denton, K. Sauter, R. Graham, V. Van Etten, E. Dewitt, L. Aldrich, I. Halluclc. 3rd Row: R. Scott, T. Donovan, A. Dutton, L. Carmack, M. Robertson, R. Klinger, R. Twyman, T. Murphy CCapt.j, I. Tulin, H. Steele, W. Anderson, F. Pitman, P. Pruett, W. Allison, W. Buck. 4th Row: I. Burford, R. Arnold, I. Walsh, K. Lutz, L. Duncan, I. Harrison, R. Fuller, W. Chandler, D. Tederman, E. Thomas, D. Bayless, W. Graham, H. 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VVzilsh, P. Iohnson, R. Baldwin, R. Twyman, T. XVake, D. Arnold, I. Burford, W. Hinckley. Row: R. Hieronymus, I. Maxwell, C. Vtlhitesell, XV. XVhite, B. Crandell, D. Nelson, H. Young, W. Ralf. Row: V. Stevens, R. Shaw, F. Cooley, C. Iencks, L. Dodge, R. Jones, R. Holmes, F. Paul. Row: R. McLaughlin, R. Klinger, L. Klemm, R. Arnold, R. Stafford, R. Fuller, R. Aldrich, Mr. Hay. Row: D. Denton, XV. Bohan, R. Walker, L. Tanner, I. Tulin, VV. Anderson, T. Murphy, R. Terpening B ' ' oqs 1.-11 ROBERT TWYMAN ..... ........ P resident ,........... ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN TADD WAKE ............ . .... Vice-President .... . ......,....,...... ROGER SHAW IJAVERNE KLEMM ...,... ..... S ecretary ..... ...... R OBERT HIERONYMUS ROWEN ALDRICH ...... ...,. T reasurer ..,.... ...... W ILLIAM HINCKLEY Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character. The activity of the Galesburg Hi-Y club has increased greatly during the year Its members have enjoyed a worthwhile season in the activities of the school. The annual Coldbrook meeting, a Mixer, a swimming party at the Y. M. C. A- a meeting and induction in Toulon, and a party at Lake Storey were among the events of the year. Delegates were sent to the Older Boys' Conference at Decatur, and aid was given to the Empty Stocking Club as additional activities of the year 1 CLUBS 6' vhs J 73 0 Girls' Service Leaque NIARGARET RRESE ............ ..... P resident ,..... ...... H Annim-T FIELD MARY LOUISE TANNING ..... Vice-President ........... ETHEL M. GILLMOR BETTY ANN lVooD ....,..... ,.... S ecretary ,...,. ....., L EONE BIILNVARD MARY KERVEY .....,. ....Treasurer .A,... .,.. P HYLLIS W1LL1AMs Executive Council ..,.. .... N ATHALENE NEMITZ, DOROTHY MILLIKIN, VIRGINIA Kos'r Purpose: To promote Christian Standards of living in the school and Com- munity. Just as last year, interesting and varied courses in Bible Study and Fine Arts were offered to Junior and Senior girls respectively. Dressing dolls for the poor children of the city was the Leagues way of help- ing the Empty Stocking Club. The "Friendship" banquet was held May 3, in the First Baptist Church, with Dr. Ross as the principal speaker. A novel introduction of this year was the adoption of a pin as the insignia of the League. Top Row: E. M. Gillmor, Z. Hillier, A. Tingey, H. Billings, F. Newkirk, M. Dunn, D. Benson, L. Alsen M. Dodson, R. Clark, F. Pileher, D. Johnson, B. Ballew, L. Craver. 2nd Row: L. Milward, D. Moreland, P. Torley, M. Nelson, Ml. Daugherty, C. Sutter, I. Frederick, M. VVorrall, M. Sargeant, R. Schriebman, M. Dunn, M. Jacobson, V. Bean, P. Emstroni, M1 Bader. 3rd Row: V. Kost, R. Nemeth, V. M. Sawyer, M. Hankins, M. Snell. R. XVilliams, M. Anderson, J. Ash ton, D. Angel, M. Gaynjan, N. VVallace, T. Iames, L. Gardner, Miss Cox. , 4th Row: R. Turner, E. Chute, P. Bowling, G. Lawrence, G. Townsend, D. XVright, N. Cozihar, F. Berg strom, N. Nemitz, I. Scott, NT. L. Tanning, ll. Kervey, F. Edwards, G. Coffman. Sth Row: M. Pruett, E. Anderson, H. Copeland, K. Anderson, M. Berry, E. Frisk, M. Stephens, H. Field M. Brown, L. Law, F. Richardson, M. Essex, V. Erickson, M. Reese. Top 2nd 3rd 4th Sth Row: G. XVhite, D. Conner, C. Swanson, M. L. Achelpohl, L. DeForest, M, I. XVillis, R. Cowan S, Anderson, E. Doran, M. Carlson, R. Cabeen, M. Anderson. Row: M. Rose, A. Robertson, M. O. Ulm, H. Krohn, M. VValker, E. Buck, M. Channel, K. Cunning- ham, L. Sprout, R. Annegers, P. Danielson, E. Austin. Row: G. Shepherd, M. Smith, V. Smith, K. Sterenberg, V. Stone, A. L. Nutter, D. Teeter, V. Sloan. Row: M. Cline, R. Sanderson, T. W'illiams, D. Coug'l1li.n, L. Carlson, M, Applegren, N. Sebastian, E. Dickerson, F. Scott, XV. XVetherford, L. Peterson, H. Dahlberg. Row: I. Unzicker, B. Collura, I. Reamer, V. Stewart, M. Truitt, E. Youngren, M. Young, M. Tennery, S. Dempsey, M. Cook. Top 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Row: V. Painter, N. Alderman, M. Pearson, M. L. Larson, D. Crites, I. Fuhr, E. Iohnson, L. Nel- son, H. Pont, H. Olson, M. Owens, M. Peterson, M. Peterson. Row: V. Maxwell, D. Mitchell, VV. M. Iones, A. Iohnsonf, H. Page, G. Morrison, L. Herlocker, B. Higgins, V. McNamara, I, McClure, E. Horney, D, Luncleen, L. Mecum, M, Kelly. Row: R. Lithancler, M. Carlson, A. Iohnson, G. Iordan-, P. Rogers, V. Evans, P. Fifield, B. Iohn- son, M, Horton, E. Fields, I. Lee, E. Metz, E. Herndon, R. Kjellander, 1-'. Holstclaw, R, Gustafson, K. Lehman. Row: I. Hicks, M. Benson, H. Griffith, K. Krout, H, Hawkins, D. Mlillikin, K. Parkins, E. M'cGrew, V. Hunter, L. Morrisey, E. Hunter, C. Melton, I. Morris, R. Anderson. Row: B. McLain, I. Goldsberry, M. Morris, S. Phillips, E. MQcBroom, L. Nelson, A. Hopping, B. Vifainwright, I. Cordell, B. Ayers, I. Meldrum, I. VVaggoner, E. Scott, M. Hicks, I. Higgins. CLUBS S Eb 75 0 Ml ,l CLUBS 0' .rss il 76 0 Top Row: H. Scharfenberg, H. Parks, D. Leggett, M. Scott, N. Loso, S. Westfall, R. Kelly. 2nd Row: L. Cole, K. Saunders, B. Rodell, K. Iohnson, R. Goodsell, E. Linclstrom, M. Hart, E. Gibbs. 3rd Row: H. XVilk, F. Schaefer, V. Peavey, H. Lehman, J. Johnson, M. Peterson, XV. Philleo, E. Lauer man, M. Sandstrom, M. I. Highland, L. Inman. 4th Row: E. Snook, M. Sipes, C. Gustafson, G. Putnam, M.. Lauerman, M. Graflund, B. Iohnson, M. Henderson. M. Holmes. Sth Row: M. Hand, T. Meyers, L. Linner, I. Gregg, A. Johnson, E. Kisor, L. Graham, I. Gustafson L. Hallberg. 1 LY. M.. . Top Row: H. Little, C. Simpkins, L. Vtfesterberg, E. XVelch, L. XVeaver, R. Stegall, L. Robinson. 2nd Row: M. Armnelrl, L. Hepler, K. Gunther, D. Simmons, E. Adelman, XV. Banks, M. Tanning, P. YVestfall, Bl. Tingey. 3rd Row: B. Riley, M. Ladd, E. Thurman, V., Sample, B. A. VVood. G. Zeldes, G. Pont, E. Wilk. 4th Row: E. Hackman, M. Ward, G. VVainwright, M. Sandborg, D. Mott, C. Hornllaker, M. Philleo, S. McLaughlin. Sth Row: IJ. Ewalt, E. M. Springer, XV. Taber, S. NVilson, L. XVilmot, E. Hale, M. Kelly, M. Markham. Top Row: H. Fuhr, C. Hartley, V. Stevens, M. Stewart, L. Horn, F. Paul, C. VVhitesell, L. Klemm, L. Laughner, E. Hurt, A. Clay, G. Putnam. 2nd Row: E. Norton, N. Sebastian, V. Maxwell, M. Reese, L. Hallberg, M. I2 Tracy, L. Szerlong, M. Parks, E. Johnson, M. Young, M. Brown, XV. Brown. 3rd Row: T. Anderson, P. Lee, T. Larson, XV, XVhite, D. XVallace, R. Ross, R. Mureen. 4th Row: I. Sand, L. Cole, E. Anderson, M. Travis. D. Hendrix, N, Alderman. 15. A. lVood, F. XYinn, T. James, G. Townsend, M. Kent. Aclvisorq Council Selling activity tickets, getting subscriptions for tl1e REFLECTOR and the Budget, inspiring students to go to the District Basketball tournament Cand, incidentally, buying a season ticketj were among the duties faithfully performed by the student advisory council. D ' Not only these more mercinary things were accomplished, but a closer relation- ship between the faculty group and the students was effected by this organization of students. As in previous years, one representative was chosen from each advisory group. Below their names and advisories are listed: Adv. Councilman Adv. Councilman Adv. Councilman 1 Lucille Szerlong 120 Mary Peterson 2241 DeLoris Hendrix 10 Francis Paul 125 Robert Mureen 225 Eileen Norton 20 Bob Ross 127 Charles Hartley 226 Virginia Maxwell 100 Max Stewart 132 Lucille Cole 227 Marguerite Travis 101 Nellie Alderman 141 Truman Anderson 230 Natalie Sebastian 102 Rowen Aldrich Edwin Hart 231 Maree Young 103 Luke Laughner 142 Wanda Brown 240 Helen Fuhr 104- Carlin VVhitesell Marjorie Parks 241 Marion Kent 105 Francis Holst 200 Mary Jane Tracy 242 lone Sand Tommy Larson 210 Marion Brown 300 Merrill Sandburg 106 Betty Ann YVood 211 VVilbur VVhite 302 Dean Wallace 107 Geneva Townsend 212 Elizabeth Johnson 3041 Lawrence Horn Thelma James 2141 Louise Hallberg 305 Paul Lee 111 Veneel Stevens 215 Alonzo Clay 320 Eli Graham 112 Margaret Reese 220 Edna Anderson 321 Vllilma Goodale Grace Putnam 223 Jack Sperry 34-0 Frances VVinn 11.3 I.aVerne Klemm Jack McClure CLUBS of 77 0 CLUBS I get X1 'cn Rational Honor Societq Galesburg Chapter Classia Year ncation Name Initiated at Entry Katherine Anderson .,.. '32 12A Ruth Anderson .......,. '32 12B Marion Brown ......w. '31 11A Harriet Field .,.r. '32 12A Lloyd Forstrom ....,.. '32 12A Jacqueline Frederick .,,,.,.,.. '31 11A Eileen Frisk ...,.....,... '32 12A Jean Fuhr ....,.. '32 11A Ethel Margaret Gillmor ,,,... '31 11A CSecretary-Treasurerj Robert Graham ..,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,. '31 11A Jane Gregg .......,.........,, '32 12A Charlotte Gustafson .,.......,.. '32 12A Louise Hallberg ,. ..,.. '32 12A XVilliam Hanlon .....,. '31 12B Zelma Hillier ......,... '31 11A VVilliam Hinckley ,,,,. '32 12B Lois Inman ....,,.., '32 12A Thelma James ,,......... '31 12B Elizabeth Johnson ,..,... '32 11A Philip A. Johnson .,....... '32 11A Mary A. Kelly '..,, ,,.. ' 32 11A Ruby Kjellander ,,... '32 11A Virginia Kost .,,.. '31 11A LaVonne Law ..... '32 12A Charles McGee ....,i '31 12B Betty McLain ....,,..... '32 12B Robert McLaughlin .... '32 12A Rational Honor Societq Founded 1927 Classif Year iication Nz 1111 e lniiiared nt Entry Dorothy Millikin ...., '32 12B Delburt Nelson .,,,,.. '31 12B fVic'e-Presidenty Franves Newkirk ...,.. '31 12B Francis Paul ,,,.,,..,., '32 11A Stuart Peterson .,,,, '32 12A VVillard Ralf ....... '31 12B Margaret Reese ...,, '32 12A Pedro Rios .....,.. '32 12A Marion Rose ....,,, '32 11A Roger Shaw ...,..,.. '32 12A Imogene Smith ....,.. '32 12A Veneel Stevens ....., '32 12B Gale Swanson .,,,... '32 12B Leon Szerlong ,....,........ '32 12A Mary Louise Tanning ,...,.,. '32 12A Martha Tennery .,,..,.,,. '32 11A Robert Terpening .... '32 12A Rolland Terpening ,,,,,, '32 12A Geneva Townsend ....., '32 12A Robert Twyman ...., '31 11A fPresidentj Tadd Yvake ....,,,.,,,,, '32 12.-X Nanthea NValIace .,,.,. '32 12A Maxine VVard ....Y,....,. '32 12A Louise VVesterberg ...,.. '32 12A Carlin XVhitesell .,.,. '32 12A Dorothy XVright ...., '32 12A Harvey Young ,.,.,.. '32 11A CLUBS C' in 79 0 CLUBS of 1 SO 0 The Lincoln Debaiinq Club fl Q OFFICERS Presidents .Roger Shaw VVilliam Hanlon Rowen Aldrich Vice-Presidents VVillard Ralf Rowen Aldrich Harvey Young Treasurers Robert McLaughlin Phil Kuhl Robert Twyman Secretaries Robert Twyman Richard Arnold Luke Laughner Sergeant-at-A rms VVilliam Hanlon Carlin Wllitesell Phil Kuhl Events of 500,000 A. D. Last week an archae- ologist, excavating in the newly discovered ruins of a once mighty city called "Galt-:sburg',, found an old leather-bound book in the shambles of a large building. A trans- lator inspected it and de- clared the book was a record of a '6Club", for the title said "Lincoln Debating Clubn. The first page was headed "Lincolns sweep inter-club debates". Those words must have been fairly important as the letters were very large. Succeeding pages had on them "Rail-Splitters Split Bug-Chasers, 7-G", and "Fall Party", with many exclamation marks after it, also "Annual Banquetu, with two stlange words near it "Great Feedv. K'First in Grade Averagesn, was a title on one page. Ap- parently the "Lincolns', were good scholars. A picture labeled "The Ray of Reason," showed an old man pointing a box at a companion. "Beau- tiful swimming trophy won by Lincolns," gave evidence of their supre- macy at sea. "Second in basketball tourneyn, in- dicated that they had taken honors in another game. That small club of the great "steel" age must have truly had a year of glory in "1932l,. CLUBS r S NJ 2:9 81 0 CLUBS i VG' fill iz SZ 0 1- L .." 1' 4' , ,5 ,aff lf, . M The Elizabethan Literarq Societq W OFFICERS Presidents Virginia Kost Ethel Margaret Gillmor Leone Milward Vice-Pre.s'idents Leone Milward Lois Gardener Frances Bergstrom Secretaries Dorothy Millikin Betty lNlcLain Elizabeth Johnson Sergeant-at-A rms Dorothy Velander Mary Jane Tracy Maree Young Monit01's lllary Jane Tracy Ruth Cowan Jane Palmer Barbara Lass Lucille Cole Margaret Peterson A Banquet in 1982 The readers of the New York Sun noticed this item on the society page just recently. "Famous Club Has Reuniong VVell- Known Journalist is Toast-Mistress," "In the beautiful ban- quet room of the Ritz, Miss Helen Scharfenberg, managing editor of the New York Times, pre- sided at the fiftieth re- union banquet of the Elizabethan Literary S0- ciety. A most enjoyable program was given. f'The toast-mistress in- troduced the first speak- er whose topic was 'The Picnics of 19322 In a slightly age-weakened voice, Pauline Torley spoke, recalling to the minds of the listeners the fine picnicing days of '32. 'But invariably it rained adding such a delightful touch to the occasionf she said. "Miss Lorraine Graham talked upon the assem- blies performed in '32. She gave a humorous imi- tation of the Doctor, in their play entitled, fThe Ray of Reason'. 'Her First Assignment' was cleverly commented upon. "Miss Georgia Coffman next spoke on The Parties in the Good Old Days'. 'The spring party was an elegant affair carrying out the Arabian theme', with quantities of desert sand she point- ed out. "After a stirring rendi- tion of 'Dear Old Gales- burg High School, the Pllizabethans departed for their widely scattered walks of life." CLUBS 01 83 o CLUBS The Franklin Debating Club OFFICERS Presidents Tadd VVake Delburt Nelson Robert Hieronymus Vice-Presidents Delburt Nelson Charles hIcGee Leon Szerlong Secretaries Frank Cooley Phillip Johnson VVilliam Gardner Treasurer.: Phillip Johnson Leon Szerlong Paul Gans Monitors Dorice Denton Paul Gans VVilliam Oakes A Dale Patchett Charles Lacky James Runyon S .Q ui 84 0 whq the Franklins are Famous In the first place, We're women-haters, all of us. fExcept 'flggyt' Cooley amd Dale Patchettj VVe're good at golf, too. Especially K' B l i m p i' VVake. Rex Holcomb, it will be remembered is tied for the tree sitting championship of Gales- bvrg. In chemistry Paul Gans upholds our stand- md. Who could forget 'lHippo,' Hicronymus' flying figure on ice skates, and "Jonesy's" equally winged feet, although with roller skates? fxvllklt a come-down!j Pruett's midnight excursions must not be neglected in a resume of our doings. Gene VVhite's diving abil- ity is something everyone Should know a b o u t . fVVe're not stringing you either.Q "Onion" Runyan and "Eddie,' Hinchlift are the proud possessors of the Well-known one- cylinder and two-cylin- der, respectively. "Bill" Gardner spends his sum- n.ers profitably writing letters. "Bohn Terpen- ing is noted for the speeches he makes when he retires from an office, especially the treasurer's. "Del" Nelsonls fiery locks have been always seen in the .thickest of athletic encounters as well as with Lloyd Hawkinson in socal endeavors. Grades have always been the Franklins forte Qanyway nobody can kick about Ralph Linroth'S or "Bill" Swanson'sj. CLUBS 0 VT nfs 85 o The Girls' Science Club .e1" 3. 11351 fl . : ,- xy, 3 OFFICERS Presidents Grace Pitman Harriett Field Frances Newkirk Marian Brown Vice-Presidents Frances Newkirk Phyllis VVilliams Thelma James Secretaries Marian Brown Geneva Townsend Louise VVcsterberg T1'easu1'ers Thelma James Harriett Field Harriett Field Sergeants-at-Arms Ruth Sundberg Edna Mary Springer Louise Westerberg Edna Mary Springer Dlonitors Phyllis VVilliams Geneva Townsend Elsara VVall:1ce Pauline Springer Frances Houck Helen Hynes Program Chairmen Nanthea Yllallace Edith Hale Frances Newkirk Saluta, the Seer, Speaks NVhile strolling about ihe circus grounds, I dis- covered the tent of Saluta the Seer. Having the composition of this article in mind, I entered, and asked that she tell me about the Girls' Science Club. Below I quote her story. "To keep club customs and traditions there were three 'sister sets' in G. S. C., namely 'Nan' and 'El' VVallace, Pauline and Edna Mary Springer, and Ruby and Lillian BIUCIIHI. There were also two LaVonnes, two Ituths and three Marions, respectively surnamed Sprout, Law, Anderson, Stegall, Brown, Root, and Bodson, not to mention Margarets Carlson, Holmes, and Pierson, and Frances Houck and New- kirk. VVilma Bankts big car and Helen Hynes, pretty fur coat were the pride of the club. To play the piano like Lor- raine Craver, orate like Lois Rethcrford, reael like Phyllis VVilliams, and smile like Gladys Chinn wfre the ambitions of every other club mem- ber. Quiet Marguerite Travis and laughing' Mar- garet Carlson were the contrasts of the club. Okle VVatts and Grace Pitman couldnit be in club meeting: very often but they were loyal. Dorothy Dunn, Helen Grifiith, Katherine Leh- nian, Edna Anderson and Vera Darnell have time yet to do notable things." "But y0u,Ve told me very little about the seniors," I objected. "VVhat do you want for a dime?" asked Saluta scornfully. CLUBS BJ 'dv 87 0 The Boqs' Science Club OFFICERS Presidents I,aVerne Klemm Donald Robinson Howard Scoglund Vice-Presiclents YVarren Myers Francis Paul Max Stewart Secretaries Lee Tanner VVilbur VVhite Joe Burford Trr'a.s'urer Donald Robinson Robert StaiTord Francis Holst Sergeant-at-A rms VViHiam Sarver Vencel Stevens Robert Klinger 1 Smooth Sag'- inqs of the Scientists Francis Holst and Max Kennedy, two members of the Boys' Science Club, collaborated on the invention of a long heralded machine to pick the conversation of long ago out of the air. Being most interested in their worthy club fellows, they tuned their machine in on Mr. Garst,s room, where their club meetings were held. The following series of unrelated phrases were recorded: "According to me, not Hoyle'-"Hod" Johnson 4 "Won't somebody make a motion?-f'Hod,' Scog- lundg "Careful, Pm deli- catel'-Vencel Stevens 5 "Mighty oaks from acorns growii-"Dick', Stearns, KF e a v e n ' s sakes P'-e "Pete'i Mitchell, "Pm not nertz, it's just my lineug Max Stewart, " 'Member, silence is golden'ifF. Ericksong Nl should have been a girly,-"Bud,' Eric- song "This is early for me'-J' B 0 b i' Marshallg "Oh, to be a woman hater !"-"Chuck" B a r- lowg 'KBeing a milkman isn't so hotw-Fred Pit- mang "The valiant never taste of death but oncei' -"Larry" Horng "I wan- na be like TarzanH4 K'Bob" Stafordg 6'Me'n Dempseyts gonna tangle F' -Clarence Bowles, etc., etc. And so on and on goes the machine. Its value to science has not yet been decided, but any- way, it's very interesting. It will pick up more smooth sayings next year perhaps. So long until then! CLUBS Of l 89 0 CLUBS OQQCCAI The Analotos Literarq Societq OFFICERS Presidents Betty Ann YVood Nathalene Nemitz Louise Hallberg Vice-Presidents I Margaret Reese Mary Louise Tanning Frances Richardson Secretaries Louise Hallberg hlildred Sandstrom Mary Louise Tanning My ,E if . F A . , F. Treasurers gy , XC Mary Louise Tanning Beth XV ood Zelma Hillier Sergeants-at-Arms Beth VVo0d Frances Edwards Billy Johnson Reminiscences in 1975 Vv'h0 would ever guess that Frances Richardson, dressed in a pair of white, bow-legged "ducks", and middy blouse, once sang in a chorus for the benefit of the Tubercular Associa- tion? Or that Margaret Reese at one time planned to he a profes- sional tennis court roller? Pearl Danielson and Jeanette Higgins have had their ups and downs, too-when they rode over a bumpy road on the col- lapsible top of "Marge" Sargeant's Essex. Jeanne Scott, always ready to help in an emergency, re- lieved the situation by reading and singing the song about a woodchuck. More than once that clever young Gerda VVain- wright has saved the day with a remark diverting attention from Louise Ha1lberg's "Oh Hel-upv when that famous ex- clamation has been mis- understood. Though 'tis time for sad farewells, do you recog- nize these Annies by their expressions of greeting- "Cheerio, old pal l" Yes, it was "Babe" Tanning. See if you can guess who says "Hi there, honey." I admit that's hard, but as a suggestion, the author is a senior, an ex-presi- dent of the A. Ii. S., and she spent the second se- mester of the year in Champaign. "Hi, every- body!" That's the salu- tation of the little lady who made "'1'oodle-oo-" the hyword of parting. Zelnia Hillier, in other Words. Toodle-oo, every- body! CLUBS or I 92 0 The Boqs' Collectors Club fini OFFICERS Presidents lllilliam XVhite Dale Eaves Herbert Whitcornb Vice-Presidents Dale Eaves Leo Buck John E. Littleton Secretaries Donald Benedict Robert Swanson Gale Field T1'easu1'm's Richard Hallberg Glade VVileoX Harold Poiset Collectors' l lDho's who in 1952 Recent press notices in- dicate that a great many Collectors have reached pinnacles of fame in the world. Here are a few phrases from re- cent biographies of the famous men: Harold Poisetfg'Small but ac- tive"5 Jack Fensterer- "Always striving for his goalvg John E. Littleton -"His honesty rewards him in itself"g Gale Field -"Little, but, O My Fig L e 0 Bucki"lmpulsive, earnest, and quick to aet"g Robert Hancock- "He smiles the day longvg Herbert Thomas-4"Likes basketball and plays har- rnonica"g Richard Hall- bergi"A deep reader"g G l a d e VVilcox-"V.enit, Vidit, Yicitwg Bryce B o w e n-"There's little melancholy in himng Don- ald Benedict-"A man of independent mindwg Dale Eaves-'t0ne vast, sub- stantial smilevg Roy VVes- terfield-"A naturalistvg Robert Swanson-"Hair of sunshine and heart of goldvg Howard Steele- "A track manwg Lyman McKeown-4'Likes foot- ballug Homer Hough-"A good swimmervg Art Stephenson-"For sturdy sports and contests bold"g George E n gla n d-"A dark-eyed man"g Lloyd Forstrum-"A p e r f e c t man nobly plannedwg Raymond L a r s o n-"A good baseball playervg Robert Graham-"Now I'm happy all the day"g VVilliam VVhite-"Quiet, but a good d a n ce r"5 L e r oy VValker- "The dashing basketball cap- tainf' CLUBS S 3 93 0 l.... l. CLUBS C' VT 45 94 0 The Prokorama Literarq Socieiq OFFICERS Presidents Eileen F risk Eileen Frisk Marie Dunn Vice-Presidents Marian Stephens Grace Putnam Grace Putnam Secretaries Sue Dempsey Sue Dempsey Loraine DeForest Treasurers Marian De'NVitt Marian DeWitt Ruby Kjellander Sergeants-at-A rms i Ocle Lee VVilkins Ocle Lee Wilkins Mae Markham Monitors Svea Anderson Marie Dunn Loraine DeForest Eileen Dickerson Virginia Parish Charlotte Hornbaker Around the Halls "Hi liileenlu I ex- plained to my visitor that this little senior girl to whom I had just spoken was a member of the P. L. S. and the life of the club. I was so busy talking that I ran right into Helen Krohn. K'Par- don mef' I said, but she had already smilingly for- given me and was off. A little ahead of me I saw a girl carrying a large box. "That's Caro- lyn Eskridge. I bet that box Contains her costume for "Cabbages'l. Down by the office was Grace Putnam posting the club program. "VVe've always had good programs while she's been vice-presidentw, I said. Then I saw another Prokorama, Jane VVag- goner, asking Mildred Peterson what refresh- ments she though should be served at the "Moth- er's Tea',. Thinking of refreshments reminded me of the Wiener roast at Lake Bracken. In front of me Eliza- beth Metz was walking sedately through the halls looking a great deal dif- ferent than at the Hal- lowe'en party where she won the prize for being dressed the funniest. Just as the bell was ringing I Couldnit resist the temptation to point out Marian lValker as our wonderful piano player but I didnlt dare to say anymore for the eye of the teacher was upon me. CLUBS 0-' 95 0 The Agriculture Club OFFICERS Presidents Alonzo Clay Holland Terpening Irifl'-IJI'?SidP7lfS Harlan Terpening Paul Gustafson S12r1'1'ta1'i6s Holland Terpening Rollin Aclcock T7'0LlS7lT6TS Paul Gustafson Harlan Terpening AG. CLUB C.-XLENDA R First Meeting September 22, Pay Assembly 1931 October 21, 23, 1931 Full Party November 1931 Father and Son Bzmquet May 11, Spring Party M ay 1932 1932 with the Aq. Club Bang. . . ! the presi- dent's gravel struck the desk and the Agriculture Club began another suc- cessful year. At the first meeting, Dale Clay, Don- ald Bayless, Kenneth Alexander, Philip Alex- ander, Joe Mitchell and John Maxwell became members to fill the gaps left in the ranks by graduation. VVe didn't know there were any girls in thc Ag- riculture Club but we realized our mistake in the pay assembly, "Ven- due". VVho would have known that Rollin Ad- cock and Leroy Scott could change from one gender to another so well? The fall party was held on Friday the thirteenth, but the dreamy music of a good orchestra gently put all evil and malig- nant spirits to sleep. Re- member the dance Dale Clay had with little Jean Peterson? Didn't it re- mind you of Mutt and Jeff? Just as the pins were being awarded to the judging team at the Father and Son Banquet, Paul Gustafson became very thirsty. He nearly drove one of the wait- resses frantic carrying water to him. Perhaps the salt that Johnnie VVilson put in Paul's codee had something to do with it. Harlan Terpening came out of his bachelor re- tirement leading a blush- ing damsel to the spring party and joined in the merry-making. Thus the Agriculture Club closed its most suc- cessful year. CLUBS C' fbi J 97 The Laurian Liierarq Sociehg OFFICERS Presidents Ruby Turner Ruby Turner Lois Inman Vice-Presidents Jacqueline Frederick Jacqueline Frederick Marjabelle Essex Secretaries Elizabeth Austin Ava Townsend Louise Wilmot Treaisurers llellie Truitt Mellie Truitt Virginia Highlander Sergeants-at-A rms Ava Townsend Fern Carlson llarian Palinquist Monitors Ruth Sanderson Virginia Highlander Mellie Truitt ' The Lauriatfs Mirror Halt-! Let us pause and take a glimpse at the Laurians. VVith a membership of forty en- thusiastic girls and an encouraging advisor, the society has had a suc- cessful year. Listen folks! lt is a secret, so don't tell any- one. Virginia Highlander and Jean Jackson are to assist Mr. Gillespie in coaching the football team next year. You'd never dream that usophiesn could eat as many wieners as did June Albee, Lenora Tilly and Florence Lithander at the Wiener roast. Size doesn't always gauge Capacity? VVhat? YVere you talk- ing about debate teams? VVell we certainly had one. Its members were Virginia Highlander, and Ava Townsend of the aiiirmative, and Ruth Sanderson, and Bernice Cochran of the negative. If silence were golden Marjabelle Essex, lioxie Litbander and Elizabeth Gossage would be mil- lionaires. Can't Dorothy VVright play the piano? Remem- ber the orchestra that played for our dance practices? And Mary Hand cer- tainly made a success of our Motheris Tea. Oh Boy! Didn't we have fun at the Moon Light Dance? Not many of us will forget that party. Last but not least came our senior banquet, the climax of the year. O F' C1 UU cn 0 S Gem: BUDGET STAFF 0 is all 100 0 Top Row: R, Layton, A. I. Christy, R. Twyman, B, Cranclell, R. Robinson, VV. Hanlon, VV. Allen, P. John- son, T. Wake, D. Nelson. 2nd Row: S. Peterson, F. McAuley, M. Reese, M. Kervey, Fi Edwards, A. Brown, E. M. Gillmor, K. Efflanzl, T. Iames, A. Butler, Mr. llamberg. 3rd Row: P. Turley, M. L. Tanning, N. Nemitz, I. Scott, F. Newkirk, I. Frederick, R. Shaw, H. Young, 4th Row: li. liohan, Bl. Dunn, R. Clark, H. Billings, L. Law, N. VX'allace, A, Tingey, ll, XVright. G. Townsend, Z, Hillier, E. Seltzer, I. Sperry. Sth Row: ll. Bennet, O. Lawrence, V. Blizner, B. Herman. The Buclqet To make a high school a circus is not all fun and play. Real work goes into the publication of a good school paper. This yearis Budget staff, composed of the reporters, the typists, and the mecha- nical staff, under the capable leadership of Roger Shaw and Ethel Margaret Gillmor as editors, and Stuart Peterson as business manager, worked hard and successfully in putting out the Budget. To their ever helpful advisors they owe much of their success. It has been the endeavor of the staff to publish a true organ of Galesburg High School. The Budget has tried to recount in their true light the schoolls ever progres- sing activities, to encourage greater efforts in the line of scholastic achievement, and to make Galesburg High School a friendly school, within her own walls, and with schools and people of surrounding localities. The Budget staff hopes that by its ef- forts it has done a little to make Galesburg High School a happier :md better place. REFLECTOR STAFF Top Row: VV. Ralf, L. Forstrom, C. Whitesell, R. Dickerson, R. McLaughlin, L. Larson, R. Aldrich, L. Nyberg. 2nd Row: R. Hieronymus, Miss Stickle, C. Gustafson, E. Springer, I. Gregg, T. james, Miss Belshaw, Mr. Damberg. 3rd Row: M. Stephens, E. Frisk, V. Kost, L. Milward, E. M. Gillmor, L. Hallberg, M. Reese, L. Inman. The Reflector If you like this circus yearbook, if you appreciate the effort required to put it out, and the handicaps under which every staff, regardless of its time, has had to work, then this page need bring no message to you, except to remind you that the REFLECTOR staff hopes that you will value this, the result of their efforts, as a prize to be treasured always, like the glamorous memory of your first circus. Value it because it is 'Kyour" yearbook. You helped make it. Your picture is in it. Your literary efforts are here. It's your Hreflectori' of school and classmates. To the subscribing student body, to the ofhce force, to the student councilmen, to the merchants of the city, to the advisors, and to everyone that helped in the pub- lication of this book, the staff is indebted. Perhaps as their way of putting their thanks, thc staff says, like the circus ring-master, "VVe hope you like itf' CHORUS I get E 'N Top Row: V. Hunter, I. Hicks, L. Hepler, A. L. Nutter, H. Pont, ll. XVake, ll. Newkirk, W. M. Iones, R. Cabeen, M. Anderson, Miss Ross, M. A. Achelpohl. 2nd Row: L. Tilly, D. Conner, L. DeForest, M. L. Achelpohl, M. V. Peterson, A. Tingey, M. Palm, R. Peterson, E. Palmer, A. Townsend, A. Robertson, R. Annegers, H. Griffith. 3rd Row: L. Cole, M. Young, L. Inman, E. M. Sims, XV. Weatherford, R. Everetts, L. Gustafson, A. Robertson, M. Van Buskirk, D. Herman, A. Sand. 4th Row: M. Morris, H. Billings, J. Fuhr, NV. Robbins, G. Herron, H. Fuhr, VV. Goode, H. Hogan, E. Voight, J. Lowry. 5th Row: D. Hallberg, A. Stephenson, F. Sutter, F. NVinn, I. Peterson, R. Emstrom, XV. VVard, D. VVhite, G. Lunrleen, B. Lesher. 6th Row: I. Isaacson, E. Gossage, M. A. Kelly, M. Brown, L. VVilmot, E. Herndon, E. Fields, C. Mag- nuson, V. Mizner, D. Teeter. Chorus Miss Ross very capably directed the chorus through another successful season. Among the events at which the group assisted during tl1e year were the Armistice Day assembly, City Parent Teachers' Association meeting, Mothers, Circle of the Fresh Air School, the George VVashington program and the Girls, Service League banquet. Marian lValker and Helen Hogan were the accompanists. The following chorus members were not, in the picture: Margaret M. Peterson, Phoebe Bowling, Edith Hale, May Scott, VVilma Banks, Bernice Ballew, Marian Vllalker, Winifred Hall. ORCHESTRA Top Row: Mr. Russell, L. Lauglmer, J. Thomas, S. Nelson, M. Holmes, P. Emstrom, S. Anderson, S. Dempsey, R. Shaw, H. Miller, TS. Baldwin, R. Holmes, R. Hofflund. 2nd Row: E. Hinehliff, I. Fensterer, V. Efflanrl, N. XVallaee, M. Rose, E. Johnson, M, Reese, M. I. XVillis, D. Mott, H. Dahlberg, I. Sperry, R. Nelson, S. Mingare, K. Munson. 3rd Row: K. Hilgren, F. Bromberger, 1. Gustafson, L. Retherforfl, E. XVallaee, D. Cline, M. Iohnson, C. Carman, A. Young, I. Hawkinson, J. McClure, XY. Macnair. Q. H. S. Orchestra ltlu. IKKITSSELL, Director Roger Shaw, President James Hawkinson, Librarian The orchestra program during the past year has been to develop a foun- dation for the future. Junior orchestras were organized at Lombard, Hitch- cock, and Central, in addition to classes for the instruction of those interested in orchestra work. The instrumentation has been increased by tl1e acquisition of bass viols, 'cellos, violas, and tympani. The annual senior orchestra concert presented at the high school audi- torium on April 8, was a fine program, showing the effect of proper instrumen- tation and serious practice. This group also appeared at "Skidding,,, "Apple- saucev, and "f'abbages',. L BAND Cs: 104 0 Top Row: C. Rose, P. Nelson, C. Quaife, G. Anderson, XV. Hinckley, R. Hofflund, L, Swagert, L. Haw- kinson, H. Miller, E. Hinchliilf, H. Drew, A. Young, R. Elias, Mr. Landon. 2nd Row: V. XValdo, H. Carlson, T. Olson, G. Harnest, G. Stokes, S, Nelson, XV. Bower, I. Thomas, R. Holmes, T. XVake, I. Hawkinson, D. Sands, E. Seltzer, H. Poland, J. Runyan. 3rd Row: E. Bonham, M. Nelson, R. Riley, G. Anderson, C. Sherman, R. Hieronymus, A. Anderson, R. Shaw, H. Young, I. Hawkinson, XV. Macnair, VV. Ralf, K. Munson, R, Rylander, M. Dugger, R. Stackhouse, C. Benson. 4th Row: I. McClure, R. Baldwin. q. H. s. Band Ma. LANDON, Director The Galesburg High School Band, under the leadership of Mr. Landon l1as completed another successful season. The feature of the year was the annual con- cert at the high school auditorium on May 6. Other activities at which the band ap- peared were the Armistice Day parade, various assemblies, the Band-L. L. S. pay assembly, and the Memorial Day parade. Top Row: J. Ciolrlslmerry, M. johnson, E, Johnson, l'. Emstrom, M. Vondelo. Bottom Row: C. Carman, H. l-linebaugh, M. Rose, M, J. XVillis, C. Gustafson, C. Sutter. Top Row: L. Larson, Mr. Jennings, Mr. Garst, F, Holst. 2nd Row: T. XVake, E. M. Gillmor, I. Fuhr, R. Shaw. 3rd Row: H. Young, D. Millikin, M. Rose, E, Seltzer, D. Hendrix, P. johnson. 4th Row: L. Retherford, F, Houck, R. Kjellander, G. XVainwright, B. McLain, I. Shenaut, F. Showalter. Biq Iline Debate rXgain'Hns year,througb the eiorts of the coaches each nunnber of the Big Nine Debate squad received the opportunity of engaging in one out-of-town practkxrdebate. In thisrnanner the coaches were abhzto inck a very worthy team to represent Galesburg in the Big Nine. In Ga.lesburg's triangle, accord- ing to the point scoring system, Gzilesburg won over Kewzlnee and Bloline, thus winning the conference debate chunipionship. Tins year the squad contained a sofdunnore debate teann assurnig Cialesburg of great possnnbtks in future forensic activities. DEBATE S gee 5 .cn DEBATE F .rss ll- 106 0 E. L. F, IJ. C. I. Fuhr E. M. Gillmor P. johnson T. XVake ll. Rose Mrs. Gale Il. McLain L. Larson Mr. liohannon I. Runyan L, IJ, L. G. S. C. H. Young P. Helms F. llnnck L. Retherford R. Shaw Hr, llurlnn R. Twymun P. XYilliznns Mr. Swinton V. Darnell f- 1 Xl! A. L. S. B. S. C. G XX'2lli1XV1'1.Ql'lt I. Lowry T. Hawkinson F. Holst Xl. Reese Mr. Hays N. Nemitz R. Terpening Mr, Garst G. Carlson L. L. S. P. L. S. R. Sanderson I. Cochran I. Lee M. Stephens V. Highlander Mr. Hzxrshluarger A. Townsend R, IQ-igllaudgr Migg Sumrt E. Frigk Club Debates After rnuch deliberation the club debaters decided to use the same ques- tion as the Big Nine, which was-Resolved: That the several States should enact legislation providing for compulsory unemployment insurance. Bluch enthusiasm among the clubs and students was created by the club debates, which waged hot and furious. An unusually large number were in at- tendance. The Lincolns were victorious this year with the Laurians second. The results are tabulated as follows: DEBATE SCHEDULE TRIANGULAR DEBATES L. D. C. aff. A. L. S. neg. L- D- C- A. L. S. aff. E. L. S. neg. E' L' S' L- D- C- E. L. S. eff. L. D. C. neg. JL' D' C' J i DUAL DEBATES E P. L. S. eff. l L. L. S. neg. L' L' S' L. L. S. eff. 5'L- L- S- LL' D' C' P. L. S. neg. L' L' S' l TRIPLE DEBATES E F. D. C. eff. W B. S. C. neg. gl F- D- C- l B. S. C. en. l Y 1 G. S. C. neg. G' S' C' I L' D' C' J 1 G. S. C. aff. F. D. C. neg. DEBATE l I of fr. D. C. J Q I 107 O SPEECH Ye sa 1 08 O BI. M. lloblvitt, l'. Xlfillizuns, N. Selmastizul, J. Fuhr, E. M. Gillmor, Miss Funke, D. Millikiu XV. Hinckley, F. Sllowalter, XY. llzxugherty, Bliss Funke, C. HUl7ll3fll, R. Terpeniug, G. Harnest 'l'. XVz1l:c, A. Clay, R. Shaw, llisq lfunlae, H. XY01.11'Jj.f, M r. I81'l11ll1l.Q'S, lj. IOlll'lSOll Declamation This year, the declamation team consisted of Natalie Sebastian, Dorothy lVIillikin, Ma1'jo1'ie lXIae Bobbitt, Jean Fuhr, Ethel hlargaret Gillmor, and Phyllis Yvilliams. Unusual interest was shown in this phase of public speak- ing, consequently, the local tryouts were very closely contested. After much deliberation the judges awarded first place to Ethel lNIargaret Gillmor, second to Dorothy ltlillikin, and third to Phyllis VVilliams. Ethel lNIargaret represented us in the Big Nine contest on October 30, in Rock Island. She placed fifth with her reading, uVVhite Hands of Telham". V' Oratorq A new system of elimination was inaugurated in the boys' oratorical com- etition this vear and thirtv-five tried out. From this rou 3 there was chosen V - g a team composed of Francis Showalter, Robert Terpening, YVilliam Hinckley, VVilliam Daugherty, Clarence Hubbard, Grant Harnest. Francis Showalter was selected as our re Jresentative in the Biff Nine Contest with Robert Ter en- ta ino' as alernate. "Frannv,' received fourth ilace in this contest which was b X N, held in Canton on December fourth. V Extempore From the number of boys who first showed interest in extemporaneous speaking, all but five were eliminated in preliminary try-outs before advisory groups. Roger Shaw, Tadd Yvake, Harvey Young, Phil Johnson, and Alonzo Clay composed the chosen team. According to custom, topics were chosen from cur- rent numbers of the Literary Digest. Roger was the representative in the Big Nine Contest at Kewanee, April 22, in which he received fourth place. SPEECH we '43 ll 109 0 DRAMATICS i -. Reading from left to right they are: hack row, Ethel Margaret Gillmor, Roberta Short, Dorothy lllillilqin, Mary Louise Tanning, and Laird Swaeert. I i Front Row: XY1lliam Gardner, Glade XYileox, Paul Pruett, Deloris l'lt-nclrix, and John bhenaut. Expression Plaq The trials and tribulations of the Hardy family as dramatized in the three- act play "Skidding',, by Arviania Rouveral, were portrayed very vividly by the Expression Department under the directorship of Miss Funke. Dorothy llflillikin, as hlarian Hardy, and Paul Pruett, as VVayne Trenton, portrayed very vividly the roles of the young daughter interested in politics and the rich young engineer. Aunt lXIilly, hlrs. Hardy, and Judge Hardy, the parts taken by Diary Louise Tanning, Deloris Hendrix, and lvilliam Gardner, re- spectively, alternately convulsed the audience with mirth and brought tears of sympathy to their eyes. Ethel llargaret Gillmor stepped into the role of Estelle Hardy Campbell and played the part of the young wife and mother with great skill. Myra Hardy VVilcox, played by Roberta Short, successfully inter- ested the audience. lVIr. Stubbins, attempt to manage Judge Hardy's campaign was tempestuously acted by Laird Swagert. John Shenaut amused the group by his adolescent antics as Andy Hardy, while Glade VVilcoX, as Grandpa Hardy, made a character not to be forgotten soon. 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You never can take treasure out Unless you put it in, I guess, So thatis the reason why, I now Am saving coins of happiness. Stanley Langley, ,3-L. vs.f'h Nv Sweet Peas Pink and red, purple and blue, Sweet peas of every living hue, Nod on the wall in the rendezvous, Or tremble on the garden fence. At playing tag they make pretense And tumble round with impudence. Iid rather watch their bright ballets, That last through all the balmy days, Than pick sweet peas for my bouquets. Elizabeth Gossage, '34f. m Marionettes Diminutive actors just so high, VVho live human lives in miniature, Exist in a world thatis just their size, And. mimic adults in ways demure. There Lilliputs of foreign land, Portray with grace a fairy ring, But when the Brobdignags appear, The dreams of romance all take wing. Harry McClurg, '33. LITERARY W LITERARY Y' 112 I Dune Thouqhis The open desert lay before my eyes! A vista unrelieved by growing things, , : Z I -W ' U i Only sand hills white and pure and clear. They looked as if some human hand had shaped And molded in the sand the castles, towns, And fortresses. It seemed some giant child -, Q Had played until the twilight neared and then "'A' 1 ' Had skipped away to spend the night in dreams. " But Indian legends say to me, "Not sol No child has caused these wondrous dunes to beg No mortal ever lived who could excell The work of long-dead Manitou who comes To earth on windy nights to play again in glee Upon the sand pile of the desert fair." lVilliam Daugherty, '33. 'W Indian Lullabq :Q Q VVhere the sun smiles, A Little One, L.. y Hawks fly swifter,' 1- VVinds approach, arrows rise, A Night ascends fast-fast on the trail L' ' ' To where the sun smiles, Little One. ,V June Goldsberry, '33. cmfietfxo Heat Mile upon mile of flat, seemingly limitless desert space, the sun mercilessly, op- pressively beating down upon the already baked and parched sand, a train rolling along amid a veritable cloud of dust, white pillowcases on the Pullmans covered with soot and dirt, passengers lolling drowsily on the observation car or stretching out in their berths, a porter lazily getting off at a station where a few people stroll slowly about in a so-called park among a few scraggly trees and flowers which droop in sickly fashion, a heavy and dull stillness permeating everything as if all nature were afraid to breathe because of the heat of this summer day in Arizona. Kenneth Munson, '33. washington Indomitable spirit, With brain in control, A quiet humble heart, ln a big generous soulg Strong featured countenance, VVitl1 steel sparks for eyes, With honest sincerity He won his allies. YVith no special planet, And horoscope unknowng He himself was the star, So brightly he shown. This man, George lvashington VVas courageous and trueg Patriot of his Hag The red, white and blue. Lorraine Crayer, 332. war Ruthless destroyer of souls. Merciless slayer of courageous men, Your iron rnaw is fed lVith manys art, courage, and pride. You are the threatener of eivilizationg You rend and tear and force Your way into the very souls Of mighty men. whose empty bodies You leave, as the receding tide Forgets shells on the sands. Clyde Robbins, ,33. Forest Fires ia? 1 .., a x,' Q . i f V A K fi piXM,I ef' f 3 ,. e . J-- . .-. . ,I A, L-A, A--2 -.- - - - .. '5, - ,- '- Q., -i V i D- Y , . .: , LITERARY DESTRUCTION RECOVERY The Hre will soon die Nature will rebuild Leaving the black, shadowy ghosts Her temples of lovely green Of pines once draped green. And forget old scars. Eugene Betts, 133. X, 113 I LITERARY Quatrains T H li SU N The sunls a yellow jewel Thatis thrown across the sky By the strong hand of Him, lVe humans glorify. Daryen Shragal, '3-lf. i T: 1 I-'ik MY LIFE 2 Life is a ball of yarn. h I unwind a bit each day. . VVhat colors are within ' I think that none can say. ' . . - ' Mildred Anderson, '3-L. ..-..-...-,.....,.,....f:1u.-...-.- -9223355 IJLAYFULNESS ',Li: ff '-41 ' 'I-1-Q-cs with leaves like burning spangles I Shout to the winds a welcome wild, 'Tome and toss me in your arms, 4-,.!, 'af, X As a father does his childf' 'A,-- 'V ,I ' nba ' A ,gJ2g'f-ixi. 5? 4:1- T Lavonne Sprout, '33. 7- T ,jg' :Tv ,- V , -i.'f fi 1 ,f ' ' . THE WOODS Q' N151 , - L I love the woods, and flowers, too, V, Q' 1 I , ' VVithin the tree-ful wall, lim sad to see such damage done VVhen woodsmen make them fall. lt, I Russell Mullen, '31 f C ff 'v f l I, lv' . 1 , X 1 T 9 G" f -Jf ' 1, '1-Wu.. f,'f7q,,jf.' f 'diff if "fi: .i, me " Q21 nw, ,avg 4 , ,. .. A Sprinq Once, one April day, I found a cold, transparent little spring. Its joyful voice spoke of happiness in its murmuring little melody of mirth. I lay on an emerald velvet rug of freshly sprouted grass and watched the pretty pictures painted on the luminous mirror of the water. At times birds flew by with azure heavens for a background. The jewels at the bottom of the pond were sparkling, shining stars of ruby, pearl, and topaz. All day long the boisterous, bubbling little spring played and danced the time away, singing to the breeze, "Happy, be happy l" Richard Arnold, '33. 114 I PORTRAIT OF A BOY YVRITING The mellow rays of a yellow parchment shade en- compassed this picture: A forlorn little masculine figure bending over a table- His feet amazingly entangled with the legs of his chair, His tongue laboriously cleaning a radius about his mouth, His brow as corrugated as the dirty corduroy trousers he wore, His freckled nose wrinkled like a perplexed rabbit. One grimy fist desperately clutching a shock of sandy hair, The other closed over a stubby end of a pencil As it vigorously scratched a sheet of soiled paper. Jean Fuhr, '33, LITERARY go MORNING GLORY GFYSER 0 - One little pool among a thousand other things Y Is more beautiful to me than all the rest. 'f They call it 'KMorning Glory', and 'tis well named, 5' For its molten-sapphire waters, gently bubbling, I' oo Arc held by a vari-colored horn 6 hiuch like its fragile, waxen namesakeg And the faint mist arising from its crater-deep-seething Is a perfume for the gods on high Olympus. Frank C. Irwin, ,32. "THE BEACON LIGHT" A straight narrow light, Points to far heavens: It speaks a sign language to bird men. A cone shaped flash, Takes ten ticks of eternity, To draw its halo outward. Ten ticks seem a long time. To a man facing death. Some there are who hate the circling lightg They would rather read in the morning paper: "Aviator killed last night in forced landing." But still a pointing finger of spiral light Breaks luminous in the darkness, ,- Always circling-circling- Circlingw Harry McClurg, ,33. -.sa . - 4? 1? 'f ..,,,xtz h C - Ann" .'v' '3 ,,. ."'E !' ,iii-55' 91, V 4?',lJ 'l ::far'1.11f.- , V' ff' - ...I-x-.'r1.a '-. A .'..'-'l'f' "'t Fl. 14.1114-J.31lrF57 5, 14 gf E 552 .-: if -'-"zine iffy" ., .2515 f f - . . : ",- f, X f ,.' 5 . -- ' - x- - H9 115 LITERARY X, 116 0 Japanese Forms JEALOUSY A green wicked imp VVho takes delight in stealing All my happiness. THE, ATTACK The waves ran high All night to Capture small things Around the l'ghthouSe. Eileen Norton, '3-L. Joe Burford, '33 COMRADES DIVING A sparkling comet Boring a fiery pathway Straight through deep blue skies. James XRYCHVCIQ '34 Limping, with paw high, A small dog searches his pal VVith a thorn to prick. Francis Paul, '33, EVENING The slight pause when day XVaits for the arrival of night And pales as she waits. SUMMER NVest winds Hitting by Toss abroad their fragrant alms Of pine and Clover. Margaret Robertson, '34, Lorraine Craver, '32 PROPHECY Furry heads peep forth Seeking shadows. Six weeks more Of winter perhaps. A DANCE Shadows on the snow, Blue-gray, swinging in rhythm VVith the wind's musie. Lynn Christy, '34-. Anne Brown, '34. i - --- m4 '- -9 '17 ,. E ' .. 'N A -I . pq -. - l, 'lil LURING DEPTHS Deep water, black, still, Soothing unfathomable depth, Filling' souls with peace. Tranquil, peaceful, intangible, Mystic' spell of deep Water. Anne Brown, '34. DESTINY GRANDEUR My life Night Sky Is a comet Is a lady Gathering momentum With a pale moon smile and As it goes to its quivk sure end A soft, blue, velvet dress decked in In death. Brilliants, Bill Daugherty, '33, Elizabeth VVhitver, ,34. LITERARY Cfhe Ballad of william David llppiclee v U L eyfn L --4 Jill E7 'lr JJ 07 I l Young VVilliam David Uppidee VVas ever a man to smileg But O! a man and a half was he Beneath that simple guile. The Great American Desert Land, 'With all its thirst and heat, To hiln was just a pile of sand. Now wouldn't that he sweet! So lVilliam David Uppidee Just left the folks behind, Betook himself out lVest, you see, Out there for gold to mine. He slung' his knapsack on his back And walked with easy stridesg He started on the VVestward track Successfully humming rides. He traveled thus for mile on mile In elegant hitch-hike mode. He stopped at an inn to rest awhile- 'Twas tiresome on the road. His shoes were full of boulders big, His brow was eaked with grimeg They say he ate just like a pig- Five mouthfuls at a time. The landlord filled the flowing bowlg Bill quaifed it in one gulp. He licked his chops like Old King Cole And cried, "Bring on the duck l" He ate till even he could eat Nary a wee bit moreg He went to bed with shoes on his feet, Then he began to snore. So loud he snored it shook the houseg It tottered, swayed, and crashed A-down upon Sir Mickey Mouse, Reducing him to hash. But XYilliam David Uppidee Did not at first awakeng Bevan:-e he weighed three hundred three YVas not the least bit shaken. fContinucd on Page 155j 1 3 .A 9 '-'l "'-7 G,-vv-5 M-r5....: 97 C257 117 0 LITERARY fvv' 118 0 The Armorq Hurried supper .....,,..... the hunt for the season ticket ,..,....A.,. the Walk down with the One and Only .,........ 'KBig crowd tonight V' ' 'Q'vf"' ........................ the struggle at the door ....,....... scuiled shoes ...,,... .. "Ugh 3" Celbowsj ....,......... crushed hat .,.,.......... "YVhere's a seat U , KAR ...,.....,....,.,,...,.. frantic search .,,,.,,,.,-,....,,,, "Here,s two, ,way back '58 Qmlm there!" ...,........................ More struggle ,.,............. dirty looks from " 'A in. 3. those already seated ................ and at last, comfort. 'Pl 'ff Qld, The game ...,.......... wild cheering .............,.. violent clapping of , Ex -pf 'felt hands ,.............,..... 'KOucl1! A splinterll' ..,,............,, a nip and tuck . battle .............. 'lTl1at Canton team sure is bigl' ......,.,,.......... a one , ' "' Y -Y-3 point lead, and the boys in red are stalling, Hghting to hold that ball .............. Band! The gameis over! ............,... YVhoopeeI More struggle ..........,... tramped toes ............,... mashed hat .,.... suffocation ........i,........ fresh air ................,... Mmmmmmm! Malted lllilk ....,,,,,,...,..,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.. Y VVilliam Hanlon, '32. Pictures "Please don't look so solemn- Now, that's better-there In Says the photographer, "Don,t move now-don't dnreln It's hard to sit "just so"-A And look your very best, 'Sides, your Uproofsl' always seem- Worse than all the rest. Still, I guess it's worth itg When we get "The Bookni To see our pictures in it- No matter how we look. Lorraine Craver, '32. Here Comes the Band A Triolet Tat-a-ra, tat-a-tat! I-L Down the street comes the band. H The lead trumpet is flat- l Tat-a-ra, tat-:1-tat! ' il Out of stepfVVl1at of that? Let the major command. Tat-a-ra, tat-a-tat! "fl ' Down the street comes the band. Eugene Bonham, ,33. FEATURES JEIVELRY, TRCNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS GOLDSTEIN'S LOAN Sz BIERCANTILE CO. AMN South Seminary Street Galesburg, Illinois BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. H. H. Gunther, Mgr. READY MIXED CONCRETE, CEMENT SAND, GRAVEL SEVVER PIPE-CONCRETE BLOCKS 600 East Main Strect Phone 3103 Main 'Y 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J '7 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I A vvvv vvvvvvvvfvvvv-'v'-'-----'-v'-' ""1 I J. E. LUKE COMPANY DOLLAR STORES "IfVhere the Quality Al-ways Exceeds the Pricev Galesburg, Illinois I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I BENEDICT MUSIC COMPANY "EVERYTHING MUSICAL'J SHEET MUSIC VICTOR RECORDS 64 So. Cherry St. - Phone: 2178 Red 'I J '7 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I -AAA---u----------A--A-U ---------U---------------:J THRIFT... Builds character, leads to happiness, contentment, and indepen- dence, while extravagance, if persisted in, tends to lower the stand- ard of character and leads to restlessness, discontent, disappoint- ment, sorrow and, in many cases, to poverty. If this is so, then there isn't a student in our High School who can afford to deny thrift right of way in his life. C A Trust Company MAIN AT KELLOGG '1 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J FEATURES 120 0 CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY FEATURES AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAA-AAAAAAAAA-A--AA::::::::::A:-.A7 'I 1 "IT PA YS TO LOOK NEATU PETER'S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP Phone: 15447 Red Main and Cherry Streets IHE KNOX AUNDRY Telephone 4631 Main 57 N, Kellogg St. I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I J A 1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I --A-----A---------------------------A------::::A::,:::::::g XVATCH AND .IEYVELRY REPAIRING C. VV. HALLSTROINI .IEWELER All VVork Guaranteed 4-37 E. Main St- EXCLUSIVE BUT INEXPENSIVE MILLINERY SHOESAHOSIERY THE VOGUE Barclay Corset Shop 60-62 N. Prairie St. LADIES' READY-TO-VVEAII Phone 5801 Main 'Y 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J '1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I CAREFUL CLEANING EXPERT DYEING "YOUR BEST INVESTMENT IS NEAT APPEARANCE" SAM THE TAILOR Keep Looking Fit the Thrifty VVay Send Sam Your Most Delicate Garment Phone 1755 Main 61 So. Seminary St. J - JI 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I J I I 3 CALL TRASK FOR THOSE INIOTOR TROUBLES General Electrical Repairing Light and Power Wliring Lighting Fixtures and Viliring Supplies Buy your Electric Needs from an Electric Store where repairs can be made when in trouble. H. TRASK ELECTRIC SHOP 62 So. Seminary St. Galesburg, Illinois A A A A A A A A A A A A A A AAA A A A A A A A A A A A A::.A::,::::::::::::::::::::::: 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 1, FIT' J 121 0 FEATURES f """' """ ' "" "' """" "" "" ""' " 4 P VVEST SHOE SHINIXG PARLOR ' A SMART JOB FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS P 4 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.-::::- J r ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::f:: 4 1, BOBBITTS CAFETERIA 4, 1, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bobbitt EI :E ".f1I2,'c'ays Glad to See Youu XvvCiTlbC1'g Arcade 5 V ::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'A:::::":::::: 7 'r E' LYLE O. BROWN SUPPLY CO. 1 VVHOLESALE 1 I PAPER, CONFECTIONS AND NOTIONS ' I 'LVVe Appreciate Your Busincssn 4 F 'Y HOFFMAN BEVERAGE 4+ Une Bm in B0tfIc'dDri11lfs" Q: 1: f 'n 'n gg POLAR AERATED GREEN BRIAR QE :E DISTILLED WATER GINGER ALE gi if ATLAS SPECIAL KINGSBURY PALE I 1 D Qt 1 1 S 'I 4+ 1 Telephone: 1335 Blain 'I ' GALESRURG, ILLINOIS x I L J 122 E. L. S.-L. D. C. "The Ray of Reason" L. L. S.-B AND "Crazy VVitl1 'Enf' A. I.. S.-B. S. C "The Trysting Place" FEATURES 123 I FEATURES N0 124 I PURITAN CONEY ISLAND Light Lunches and Sandwiches - 77 South Cherry St. QUALITY AND QUICK SERVICE KING COLEIS BOOK SHOP HIGH SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS-NEVV AND SECOND HAND School Supplies of all Kinds-Mighty Convenient Just Across the Street 151 S'outh Broad Street A Fast Style Growing Store . ' VVithout In a Fast Extrnva Growing City gance 25-Zfcfgf 62? Q . fa, ,M -:1--2-2:5 5 Qtgfjftt ::,2:5Efff2f2i2f2i2ffif:Q:Q I -1-1-' .- '-:-:-:-:F 6 - 'ii' .':I:l:1:E13?i5Q' ':1:i5:1:iL5::1.:.,.1.Z.. -Czizlzfzizfizfzfzfzg ':-:1:-:-:-:-:- -:g,,3.::1z::-'-1 - ' :5:-:+:-: '-:-:1:::::g::::::::::4. .,g.:.3.:.3,5Z . , ,. --.,, 'g.g.g.g.5.g.7.g,:.:.- Qzfzzzzz- 3:2:i:i:k:-:Q-5 I . 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A delicious nut-like H:1vor4rich creamy tex- ture-ideally shaped slicesAtogether with its new and larger sizefits fine quality and striking tastiness are a value you will appre- ciate. Howe-A nderson Co., Bakers 75-77 So. Chambers St. Galesburg, Ill. X Cream-Tex ' I ,.-. - -S X, Buy it from c Z Your Grocer Bread Two Loaves 15c ARMISTICE ASSEMBLY FEATURES ff:iiiiiiiiiiiffffiiififfiii:::::::f:::::::: 1 U I NIODEL CLEANERS AND DYERS 41412 E. Main Street Phone 1246 Main :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::":":::::::::"T HOTEL CUSTER ' :I FIRST CLASS CAFE AND COFFEE SHOP MODERATE PRICES 11 175 Rooms - Rates 391.50 to 33.00 II 1 -:::::::::::::::::,,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::J4 ----------v---------------------v-v---v--------------v-vvn MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 'r 'r 'r 'r 4 'r r -E . . GALESBURG IQTI NAI. BANK C-ll AND 'l'lEgl.lS C0."l' eALEsaunG 5 u.uNo:s , SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BIAIN AND PRAIRIE If ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-:- J X, D O FEATURES v 1 1 1 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 41 1 1 41 41 41 41 9 - ARTHUR J. NYMAN -:- Diamonds -:- Bulova Watches 56 North P1-an-ie Street T 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 4, Lass and Larson Co. Wllcmlesale-Retail VVALL PAPER, PAINTS AND GLASS r 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 41 41 1 1 41 41 1 41 41 41 41 b X 1 126 C When Shopping for Gifts . . . FASHIONABLE GIFTS IN JEVVEIIRY FINEST DIAMONDS U76 are the authorized reprc'sc11tatiz'c of Grruen, IVrist, Strap and Pocket IVa.fch6s A full line of all make watches Have your Senior Crest put on a Fine Ring before leaving G. H. S MERCHANDISE OF STYLE QUALITY AND PRICE THE JEWEL SHOP Chas. S. Shoemaker The Lonq Quest Humbly inquiring, A Freshman requiring, An answer from Seniors who knew, Traversed the halls, Explored classroom walls, In search of room 132. Paul Pruett, ,33. An Unexpected Encounter The morning was balmy and clear, One knew that spring was near The grass was soft and green The loveliest I had ever seen. Slowly I wondered thru the lea, Oh, horrors! A humble bee! I said, "How-do you do." He said, "Here's how I greet you-" There was no mistake about his greeting For the present, I stand as in prayer meeting. 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TI ,A OCT-2 NHS. orrncens ELECTED- - V 0015- REFm.EcTon STAFF cHosEN D Yiill-DF'-3 ocT- Q- cs.:-Ls-o MOLlf2lE.lZ.-4gL- WVN OCT- l7- H I-Y MIXER -' OCT-2.3 - 4 A o.c:n.uB -ASSEMBLY' '- oc'r-as - TEACHERS: DARTY S -V, - A . , M- Y X- OCT-3O- GIRLS - DECLAM Txl6NT-T- KEWANEE-o - e.H.s-o A - 4 Q 1579, Nov-lo-BUDGET-QEFLECTQR H550 - DICNIC FEATURES 'v 'n 4: :::::::::v-:-:::::::::::::v--:::::::::: 4 DUVON-BROXVN BAIQNG C0 . 11 MSERVES YOU RIGHT' , 1 I 'VI St GALESBURC Il I INUIb NEW CHINA CAFE American and Chinese Dishes 3 9 1' t 'NI bt Phone 5810 Main R XX 5, N13 :::: ---- :::::.-- - ---- : J :-A ':::'N::::' 7 ix FOR BETTER BUILT HOMES, USE 4 1 DIE : 1 Al 1 T :::::::::::::::::::: 1 Call Main if Everything 3' FOR Z' for SH OP QI PROMPT TAXICAB if l1THd fllI1nC7 0 I : 4: and 1 QQ BAGGAGE SERVICE ,Q V , Q' TOWING AND ' 5 ' VVRECKER if 'r AND M 5 v : n jv r ACCESSORY if f 1 C O M PA N Y fi fi 1' gf P 5 M CAB CO. I1 1 1 4, Z J 2 HHH::::,::,H..H,:::::::l X, 131 FEATURES G3.H451:GQHU26EfllQ-HDIXIRZZXHDIE Y NOV'l5 - ARMISTICE DAY 4 I 1' x L 'O NOV-l7-l8-I9- CLUB DEBATES ' um mm N v-2l- MoNMouTl-I-I9-G.H.s. 0 - Qff f. NOV-2l- Luc. MIXED 4. xXl -lg.,-df,-:-' Q ff NOV-26-27-THAN KSGIVING' vAumoN I L Ev J - Q - DEC-5-4-A.L.S-B.S.C. ASSEMBLY ' M .. N.. 1 if DEC-4-BOYS OQATODICAL CONTEST ' :- 1 Z : g-X -Q 1 - DEc,-4- FIRST BASKETBALL oKM'E:,f l 1 A :H 9. BEC-I 7-T8 ' X MAS ASSEMBLY 9 R1 '- v E M1 - - 'Liz DEC'l9- G.H.5'Il- SPRING lELD'9. 4 i DEQ-19 CHFNSTMAS vAcAT:oN 'Eg gi, -fi. je. N , f 6- XJAN-2, FREEDODT-I6 -GHS-15. B -P 75 132 I FEATURES Vx: """""" ':":'Tf ' 4 4, 14 4, 4 1: W . E. TERRY LUM BER CO. 'I I 4 P I Our PLAN SERVICE VVi1l Help You Build fl BETTER and MORE ATTRACTIVE HOMES ' 4 4, 4 1: EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING QE IL Terry Lumber is Good Lumber Qt 1: 41 4, -A-+ :: A-AAA-A--.- : -,:::: ---A v-:::J T:N::::::H ::::::::::::: :::'x::::"':: ::::::::N::S1 4 4 1 Ga1esburg's Galesburg s :4 4: S t t Smartest 4: I: mar es llillinery and :4 Footwear Accessories 1i:::::::: -:::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::- :::::::::::-J fax :PNPPPM':::H::H:H:H:::::' Rx? 4 P 1: INEZ BEAUTY SPIOPPE I: :: PERMANENT VVAVE SPECIALISTS 1' 1: 1833 Grand Avenue Phone 3731 Main 1 2555555555555 Alliiii 45555555755-'iii v:::: - ::::::f:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::f:- - -::: 4 I' il 1: DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS ARE OUR SPECIALTIES :E TRY Us .1 II 11 1, 14 '4 PURITAN CAFE '4 If II 11 VVE CATER TO PARTIES 1' 1, j 14 '4 1, 335 E. Main St. Phone 6122 Blain I1 1 1: 1 uf.-:: ::: - ::: ::::- - A-+A---- :::::4 Ce::-:f::H::H::::::::::fH fNN:::HH:::::::::- :een :4 14 :4 4 4 4 'I S. R. SVVANSON SL BR . EI ONE BITE CALLS FOR " ' ANOTHER ' .4 DIEAT MA RKET Q: Q: 44 4 4 44 4 '4 1: Home Killed Meats I I: 4, 4 4, 1: 1: ARMELKORN I 51 1 It 1: Phone 'L196 -M1 E. Main St. ................ ' 1: 1 1 Ig rv' L-:::::::::- -:::::::::::::-A D:::- :v J 133 0 FEATURES Q3.H4 5.-GHHQKEIUS-IPZZXHQMDIE I95Z -JQN-4-SCHOOL QE-coNvENEs6?fdi?4T2 D P '+L mf .gf-gm ! . 4 - 4+6'K-Eb JAN-la Dnoemxm Pom sermons Q -.1EN-T5-us- E.L.S.L.D.C,. ASSEMBIM JAN-2.2: C1.H.S.l8' CANTGN-l7i - ., N P 2 .. - 16,111-7151.4 JAN- 25- END or If SEMESTED ,,-w... JAN-5O- A.L.S. JUBILEE !FE :2EFLECTOR-ASSEMBLY B-22: WASHINGTON Bmvr-sol-xv X, 134 0 MWA FEB-5 c-1.1-1.5. I6 Moumajzr 4' TEB5- c,.H.s.ae Mommoumlo. 5: AF - Q 5522" FEB'I2,- e.H.s.29. KEWANgE.H. Q -N ?fEB-22? E. DEomA-xg. cms-is L ? 'ii53 FEATURES HAl7I7'fHORNI4l DRLIG CO. TIIE RICXALL STORE-PIIRETEST DRUGS 15 East Main Street Gdl0Sbll1'g, Illilmis -------- --A--------------------------A---A---:::::::::::f7 1 Pll01lC 1918 Brown KCYS Mdllff SLAGER GRINDING SHOP YVe Come and Repair Your Locks Car Locks a Specialty 62 North Cherry S't. Galesburg, Ill. I 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 -J A 1 I + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ A::::::::::::f:::::::--::-:::::::: :::::::::::::::.-:::::::::Q Gasoline-Oil A Complete Lubrication Dimond Service Stores Firestone Brake Testing Car VVashing-Tire Service The One-Stop Service Southwest Corner of Simmons and Prairie Sts. Phone 5966 Main Who owns the Utilities In more than one sense, the electric light and power company is a public utility. Its work is performed under the public eye. Its rates are controlled by state or local regulation. Statements in detail of its transactions are filed with and subjected to examination by governmental agencies, and are open to public inspection. Their securities are owned by practically the whole people of the United States. Their bonds are the property of savings banks, trust companies and commercial institutions, life, fire and Hduciary insurance companies. Any depositor in a bank, or anyone who owns, or is a beneficiary under an insurance policy, has a direct interest in their growth. min ' Power anciiiight Corporation 4+ 1 7 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ .A 'Y 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ I 4+ J ---vv--------- .... ----- .... '---,- ..... -v-.-:::-----v-- .... FEATURES Q3u4E5faunQQ1g35y-IPJAHQJAUDLQ :fix M3 1 Y l 6 srEB.a4.2e Rom.. c,.s.c. ASSEMBLY H A Q A Paseo. C:.H.5. no- Mommours-l.1l,'-'Z -., E IVIAIIL4. BKG MENE DEBATE Z3 , 1 ,, .. . . ...,., .-' "I, ' -.' 'Z Y MSN .A I MAR-5-e.H.s.woN are 9. BASKEQBKLCE WD T.. -12-'.. 4' 4 gem-emo-ll-sz DISTRICT TouQNAMENT EE M' V U 5 Qi W -LL- d,il'E'Vf5 M1-xp-IS. HTA. DLAY 4, JA' A X ?n'h ,, AQ-me-uv-la-19 SECTIQNALS M5 -, Q X nf - E1 - MAD-I8 FINAL BIG 9 DEBATE -- .5 J N X . -JAMA -2o.zv- spasms VACATION 4' - 11- 'Q' E : W X li eff 1 "f s M ADR-V a..l..s -BAND ASSEMBLQK 'QQ NN , ff Cb, '-APPF9- msruscvon mx:-:Q :. xt APR-I6-BUDGET-REFLECTODSDARTY E--'t IFN 136 0 "SMART CLOTHES AT SENSIBLE PRICES" CHAS. A. KUHL LADIES' AND MISSES' VVEARING APPAREL FEATURES -1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I A---------------AA-------------------------:::::- :::- ::4 Say It With Flowers lp lll lllb lib S lllib 'U llli Clif 9 S - 1 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I ---- --------A-----A---A------------------------.:,:::,I Fidelity Savings and Loan Society Main and Cherry Streets We Pay Interest-Conipounded Seini-Annually Resources iE5,100,000.00 Reserve Fund 5B150,000.00 Lawrence D. Johnson, Secretary H Jewelry Tfzczf Is Dmrent H Ra WI-IIT CRAFT SHOP Affiliated with Odells Corner Blain and Kellogg Streets Q VVe are now prepared to take careof all of your wants in the jewelry line, from the least expensive articles to the finest in diamonds and watches. Q: The best of service on jewelry repairing, diamond setting, watch repairing and engraving. G: Take advantage of our free inspection and cleaning service on rings, pins and small jewelry. Phone 225 7 Blain A 1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J - 1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I JI X, 137 0 FEATURES GU4.3zGIHHQlElU3hWXU?!7XU5fE 1952 ADR-2.z- L.L.S.-8.0.6. DAQTY ,t " 'v Y L 'Q jg, nr- APD-27-Z9-F?L.S.ORCHESTQAWLSSENBLY f - 1 -'Ali as - Exmzzssnom -PLAY Y Y ' API2-so-Loc. PARTY f 'ff' l'X if 0 -nu, ,- 0 ' 033, a A 0 Do - lun f 6 ' G . O .: 0 0 " T H 4 S R MAY 7 6.5.6 PARTY Q . l..-il Vl AY- I4 - A.L.5- PARTY s ! - Q : f --. ' , X' '-E445-T? Y .MAY- as-ssmow -DAY - .ff fr 5, Q- 9- . X iff -' -,il -' Q..., - 'sftfo :Y , 131 MAY-za -r-.o.c.DAnTY M" F'TAY- 27-SEN more -PLAY 323 ' B Q 5 NE MAY-za - E.L.S. mow JUNE-9- GQADUATION- EXERICES K, hiv. s sx- H JUNE-IO-SCHOOL-CLOSE5 THE-END 5 X14-if 1 Plck-DIC .?::::- -::::: FEATURES -:::::::: ::::: : :::::::::::::::::::: -:::::.-::::::::- 4 I ' I STRASBURC-lER'S 24-3-2445 East Main Street Stylish Ready-To-Wear For Misses If It's New lt's Here Always Reasonably Priced If It's Here It's New 1 I 'I I II 'I I II 'I J -----------4 'I 4 MURPHY AND SELTZER CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS C I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I -:::: ::- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -.-::::J - T D . FARRELL 6 MEARS The Store For Dad and Lad I WE STPOINT PREP SUITS VVith 22 in. Trouser Bottoms K OX COLLEGE. . and . . YOU KNOX COLLEGE is a neighborly college. Many of your friends attend it. KNOX COLLEGE is a college of high standards. You know many of Gales- burg's leading citizens who are Knox graduates. KNOX COLLEGE has a fine athletic program that makes it possible for every student, whether he is a star athlete or not, to take active part in sports that interest him. KNOX COLLEGE develops leaders. Her graduates have become nation- ally and internationally famous as authors, bankers, publishers, states- men, lawyers, physicians and business men. Knox women are leaders in many fields. YOU will find at Knox College four years of physical, moral and intellectual training that will provide a wholesome and valuable background for what- ever calling you may follow. Address further inquiries to DR. CIIARLES J. ADABTEC I Room 10-L, Old Main, Knox College Galesburg, Illinois - 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J - 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I ,, 'I J 139 0 FEATURES A Snccesyfnl Annual . . A successful year book is one that expresses the spirit of the school by translating in book form the individual ideas of the annual staff and the recording of outstanding events of the school year. This annual expresses the spirit of Galesburg High School, and embodies the ideals of the staff of "The Reflector" through its pleasing makeup, fine typography, excellent printing, and attractive binding, all of which goes to make this a most successful book. The personal service and hearty co-operation of all those having to do with the mechanical and editorial production of this book has made it a very attractive annual. shin Wit WAGONER PRINTING C0 X. 14. 0 Prznters of Snccesigfnl Sclzool Annuals GALESBURG, ILLINOIS FEATURES Senior Plaq "The Yellow House had open houseu, when the 1932 senior class play, "Mother Careyis Chickens", was presented at the Plaza Theater, June 3, under the direction of Miss Carolyn Funke. It was easy to realize that "home" was the keynote of the entire production, be- cause the pleasant homelike scenes, devised by Miss Belshaw, scenery make-up man- ager, and her two assistants, VVilliam Hanlon, student property manager, and Richard Dickerson, student scenery make-up manager. The action was 'round the merry hearth of the Yellow House, which fairly radiated a warm glow into the hearts of all those about. In the center of this glow rose Mother Carey, the ever-understanding one, por- trayed by Mary Louise Tanning, whose "chickens" clustered around her. Nancy Carey, the pathfinder of the family and 'Amother's right hand man", was played by Ethel Margaret Gillmor, whose comforting cheerfulness combined with the lovable- ness of Kathleen, characterized by Wanda Taber, the business ability of Gilbert, played by Robert Terpening, and the playful childishness of Peter, acted by John Cline Barker, made the children of Mother Carey a happy and joyful group. The haughty cousin Julia Carey, interpreted by Beth VVood, was a disturbing, but later unifying addition to the family. A second family, the Pophams, was an element of mirth throughout the entire play. The optimist, Ossian Popham, portrayed by Roger Shaw, added worthwhile philosophy as well as comedy bits to the play. The crude kindliness of his wife, Maria, interpreted by Margaret Reese, and the stolidness of his daughter, Lallie Joy, played by Frances Bergstrom, contributed to the humor found in the Yellow House. Henry Lord, Ph.D., portrayed by Glade VVilcoX, and his son, Cyril, played by Gene White, comprised a third family where misunderstanding caused difficulties until Mother Careyis intervention. ' A brusk, efficient person was Cousin Ann Chadwick, taken by Helen Scharfen- berg, whose inborn love of management tried to change the system of things at the Yellow House. Ralph Thurston, acted by Robert Hieronymus, the ambitious country school master, added another cheerful presence to the Hreside at the Carey house, as did Tom Hamilton, characterized by Richard McLaughlin. An ancient brick oven in the Yellow House complicated the friendship of that young man and Nancy Carey. l F E A T U R E S Sprinq Fever I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I :I I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I .I I ' I sit slumped down and all forlorn, 'Q As I gaze out on the sunlit morn. I .I fx Like a prisoner whose term has just begung -+- - A ' I wish I had my freedom won. X? - 1 1 Many a times I,ve often wondered, , lVhy I must stay in room two-hundred. PX ' VVhen I want to wander out the door I ' And search thc park for natural lore. I gaze with envy across the street, And wonder how I may retreat. Though I might escape Miss Rying My freedom would require some flyin'. But after all I do recall, I shan't attempt escape at allg Though my thoughts are very eager, After all itls just Spring Fever. Hugo Carlson, '34, r::- -::::f-f:: - -:- :I . I I I I, I 'I I V I :E , -after High School does college beckon? Or the business world? I I , VVhichevcr you choose-remember "first impressions are lasting" l I 'I , and that good looking, well-fitted clothes will help a lot in "putting : , , I you over"-on the campus or in the ofhce. ' Il , 'I 'I I I I P I ,. , T, . 4 1, P , Girls Clothes4becond lfloor 4 I 1, P F lIcn's Furnishings-Main Floor 4 I :I P :I P I P 1, I I 'I I The O. T. Johnson Dr Goods Co. ' I I 11 The Bzg Store :-: Galesburg, Illmozs I I 4,::::: -:::::: -A--- :::::: - ::::::: - - -::: - -::::: - - -::: 142 I 'I 'I I 'I I I 5-7' W :Ar a L22 5.1 , FEATURES ----,-,,-,,,-,,,,- ----..----------------v::::----------:1 CARS . The New . TRUCKS FORD Shatter-proof windshield glass. Fully enclosed four wheel brakes. Houdaille double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers. More than twenty ball and roller bearings Qliustless Steelj Beautiful lines-Smart styles. VVide Choice of Colors-Ease of control. Sturdy body construction. Aluminum pistons-Torque tube drive. Reliability-Low Hrst cost. Low cost of operation and upkeep. Low motor speed-High road speed. V Long life-Quick acceleration. More than ever the New Ford gives ' VALUE FAR BEYOND THE PRICE Kellogg and Tompkins Phone 24-86 Main R-f s, ,..., Spring Shoe Fashions for , ,., . r"i it iiii R the High School Miss SGDGD Never before a year with shoes quite so enticingly smart or values so remark- able! Last year the same chic-the same quality and workmanship-would have cost you from two to five dollars more! Scores of stunning designsg the newer heelsg the finest kids and cnlfs. You can't afford not to be smartly shod this spring! "Tho Shoe Bow" - ,V TX . q , .1 - Cm Wes as got l0'w GS 56 I ff aio saw ..fo....n9f 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J 1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I S 'I 'I . 'I 'I 'I J X, 143 I RAPID SHOE REPAIRING 59 East Simmons Street AXEI, JOHNSON, Pmprzetor CHURCHILL HARDVVARE CO. 42 North Prairie Street EVERYTHING IN HARDVVARE AND CHANNEL VVARE 'Mihai of nl: uw' R eminary st. Phone HARDWARE AND PLUMBING CO. PllA'l"lN0'FURNACl-5'T'lNNlNG'WlNTS IVARNISNES 34 YEARS OF BETTER CLOTHES FOR LESS MONEY 1932 IS' NO EXCEPTION STAMM'S E-HEUNGHL FF LULMIBEIRQ Q86 FUEL Operators or Rerail Lumber GENERAL orrrcr-GALESBURG, ILL. HIV6 Cmft S Gll ALL the Lznnber- so we just sell the BEST' P. and . Oil Co. Service Is Not Our Motto - -- It's Our Business A H ome Owned Company SEMINARY AT TOMPKINS "lD'q I So Hate llimmqn FEATURES Yimmy-he vurka da railroad, Yimmy-I hate heem mit fierceness. He maka da Iota da mong Ya, some day I keel heem-you see! But I seet alone een my cabin I tella you w'y I so hate heem? VVeeth leevin, I almost gat done. I teenk you den see eet lak me. Ya, wance I am beega da strong man Not creepled but stronga ez ox. I come to dese country weeth brother, W'e stow away een da beeg box. Long time ago I vurk een fact'ry YVe leeve longa time-a togetta. My house, eet was clean en' all new. I share weeth heem all w'at I got. Young Y,immie, a orphant, I find heem En' Yimmy get beega da strong man- En, breeng heem to leeve weeth me too, I take heem to vurka da shop. VVan day sometheeng happen weeth sweeftness- I'm caught een dose whirla machine Eet tear me almost eento pieces- Minself on dese crutches now lean. So bad I gat hurt dat dey tella me, When Yimmy hear how I gat hurted "You no come to vurk ena more." He only come back one-a time. Dey geeve-a me a hundered dollar, He look, an, say, "Data too bad, Joe." En, say eet no worth ena more. Too bat! Ya! He no care wan dime. But I have dose hundered dollarsg I puta dem under da floor. Wan time I wake up een da morna- Da mon! Het no there ena more. I tella you who stole dose money. Now Yimmy got vurk on da railroad. I know eet was Yimmy! I know! No spika to me ena more. He only know where I would keep it. I esk,heem eff he steal dose money- Yus, lak heem to steal from poor Yoe! He shut een my face da front door. I leeve een dese shack-Iim a creepleg But Yimmy have new house and wife. IVeeth hatred I burn un at Yimmy- Data w'y I now sharpen dese knife. Eugene Bonham, I33. O IT? 145 0 FEATURES Q-::::::::::::::.-:::::::::::::: 0:::::::::::::::.+:::::::::::: "You Have Tried the Rest-Now Try the BEST" 4 O. K SHOE HOSPITAL 4140 East Main Street 1 -----------------------v J ------AAAAA--AAAA---------- '1 PIERRET SL MARTIN PRINTERS , Across From the Post Office on Simmons Street - ---AA.A..A....------AAA.A-A.-- ---------- Q A::::: fiiiirffv iffv 4:35555 1 - I 'I fOr I c lwei 0 better SERVICE VALUE LOW PRICE Shoe values I COR OF MAIN AN D PRAIRIE 3 ---v-------------------------------vv-------------- 1 MORSE SCHOOL OF COSMETIC ART 23-L East Main Street Girls! Prepare For The Future --,,-v-,,,,,,,---,,------- J THE SHIPPER'S WAY out of FREIGHT DELAYS 11 Ship by Truck 4 I FAST SERVICE NO SIDE TRACKS IC 1 D D D DOHRN TRANSFER CO. I 1, Phone: 6292 3Iain GALESBURG, ILLINOIS 1: 4 X, 2f::::"':::::::' 'A' """ A "" AA:::::::::::::'?::::::::'l 146 -v 1 1 1 'I FEATURES Avr- 147 0 FEATURES F5::::: A::::::::::::::5:::::::7:::::::::7: "" 4, Y i :I ERICKSON FLOVVER SIIOP 1: HFLOVVERS FOR ALI, OCCASIONS" If 31 North Kellogg St. Bondi Bld l,,,,N,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,E ,,,,,,,- f:::' ':::::: ::: :::::::'::::::::::' ::::: if IIAINES BIARKET If FRESH AND CURED MEATS if 53 South Cherry St. Galesburg, Illinois L,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, - -,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,., f:::v A '-'A 5555::fiiifff-ff:5555555555555 5:73-5:5- I , , gl GRIGGS AND DAVIS,S 1: Formerly Ingersoll's :P BARBER SHOP 1: 541 North Prairie St. "It Pays to Look Well l,:,:,,,,,,,,,,,,:,:: - -,,,,, - - -xx ,,,,,,,,,:,,:,,:,- f':::v Aiiff ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::'::::' 11 EXIDE BATTERIES :I P. SL lil. ELECTRIC CO. 1' For Service 4: Phone 3993 Main Earle Kennedy, Mgr 2,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,, -,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,- ,:::: 1-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- - :::::::- 'r :I ' """' ' KODAII AS YOU GO ' "U" 4' OU gf DU lf? ll A It Z A It 4, 4' R, am 4' R, 4 2 J LET US FINISH THE R J lg PICTURES 'r I 0 0 gf Illmms Camera Shop :I VVeinlJerg Arcade "THE SHOP OF REAL KODAK SERVICE" Galesllllrg, Ill :P Full line of Parker Pens and Pencils 4: Kodaks, Cine'-Kodaks, Films, Supplies, Framing, Greeting Cards e:::- -::::::::::::::::::::::::-T::::::::-f:::::v':.-:.A::- lm'wm'w:m'mH -Ami 'm: m::mmmm' l SEE ill , A3 dm.. I: 4: A 4 931 I I ' ' " v " if 4 A fa 't A- Ig ANDERSON S 4 E ., 44 54, 'P 'V 5.34.11-ini -f , fi EOR 51 A A E: E: 1-rr A 3 1 X P I N 4 WALL PAPER sr PAIN1 :1 WALTERS BRUS- H, 44 1, Bicycles and Motorcycles 1 lung: - - x- - A - -M33 :::,H:,:v-::,,:,,,,v l48 FEATURES E ....... 4 , 1 E E M 113 FEATURES 5 1 50 0 gfxl Q QQ it Q f ,A .1 WA Q 315,9- , . yd, fm ,,, H A FEATURES DENTON DRUG COBIPANY Eastman Kodaks and Sheaffer Pens J "GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" TREASURE TROVE GIFT SHOP YVeinberg Arcade Always First with the Latest See Our Rental Library '1 ll lr 'I 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r J Riteway Cleaners and Hatters SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We Call For and Deliver '7 'r 'r 'r lu 'I lr lu lr 'r lr 'I 'r 4+ 'I lu 1 'r 1 r r 'r -J NVHEN ONE STEPS OUT HE NEEDS NEVV SPRING TOGS- A NEVV SUIT AND A CLASSY SPORT COAT. You can buy here clearly and economically and be proud of the thought that you are well dressed. THE CONTINENTAL :W lr lr lu lr r r I in 1 lr lr lr 'r 'r lr lr lr 'r 'r 'r -------- ---AA------------------- ---:J CHRYSLER 172 South Prairie Street PANKEY-DAVVDY - - - SALES JOHN MORTENSON - - - - SERVICE - 1 'r 'r 'r lr r in I r 'r lr lr 'r 'r lr lr 'r I 'I :r nv' r J 151 O FEATURES W0 nfs 42- 152 0 DE VVITTS CAFE , A Good Place To Eat A. I. DeWitt, Prop. 108 E. Main Street Hats Cleaned and Blocked 50e Shoes Dyed to Match Your Dress GALESBURG SHOE SHINING PARLOR 336 E. Main St. A Shine for Every Student Shoe Shine 100 ANDERSON-Cleaner, Dyer and Hatter Phone 5636 Main 156 N. Broad St. HAVE YOUR HAIR CUT AT THE BROADVIEW BARBER SHOP "IT PAYS TO PRESENT A NEAT APPEARANCE" The Home of Better Shoes W. A. ANDERSON CO. X-RAY FITTERS MEET AND EAT AT THE ADIERICAN BEAUTY Bank of Galesburg Bldg. STRAND'S HARVE ST CREAM BREAD Deliciously Different Order it from your Grocer STRAND BAKERY, 135 E. South Sf. FEATURES Cfhe Ballad of william David llppiclee Cai,-52" IIS x UW... sg.LA.4h- -ugh! il-.::"-.J-9 Pi 'ffl it GJ .fx firizl NE ea QContinued from Page 117D When morning came, he did awake And, yelling bloody murder, lle rut himself a hunk of Cake And eloped with the inn-keepr-r's daughter, Alas and alaek for our hero bold ,Xnd his winsome bride-to-be, For pa got mad when he was told And stopped the match, you see. But Bill escaped by submarine And reconnnenced his search. He pitched his camp two hills between And washed for gold the dirt. By luek he struck the purest vein "Ye iver saw, be thunder !', VVith sticks of gold he staked his claim, VVhich was an awful blunder. One night when Bill was sleeping sound, Along came Mike the Red. He pulled the stakes out of the ground And soeked Bill on the head. Hut Bill sprang up and yelled with heat, "For better, bad, or worse!" Mike heard the birdie sing, "Tweet, tweet They put him in the hearse. So VVilliam David Uppidee NVent on and worked his elaimg He worked so hard he finally A millionaire became. He bought a Ford and lots of noise For only ninety Cents, He eased it back toward lllinois And multiplied the dents. But overall the Ford was small Vl'hile Uppidee was notg He drove it by remote control YYhile by the side he'd trot. .Xt last he reached the old home town The people only staredg They thought he was a crazy Clown And not a millionaire, sv Eugene Bonham, '33. XWX --F1 u -1 he-xl C C hh-:TA Lx lk ,Q- 343' -99 .5032 as eo 15 0 FEATURES -----------------.r0----------- ---:--- 1- - - - 1 'Q WE'rHERBE1+1 Bnos. 1, 39 North Prairie Street Ei Gaiesbu1'g's Athletic and Sporting Goods Store P Q::::::::::::::::::::::::::::4,.::::::::::::::::::::::,' :: F553 ':::::::::::::::::7:::::::::::vv 11 P il GALE SBURG LAUNDRY 'I 11 Phone: 1602 Main 146-150 S. 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Harry, 13, 63 Alexander, Kenneth, 97 Alexander, Philip, 96,97 Allen, Warren, 49, 100 Bloom, 1Varren, 24 Bobbitt, lilarjorie Mae, 108 Bohan, XVilliam, 49, 73 Bohannon, Mr. Fred, 13, 73, 85, 10 Bonham, Eugene, 49, 85,104 Botham, Clyde, 49 Bowen, Bryce, 49, 92, 100 Bower, XVillis, 80, 104 Bowles, Clarence, 67, 88, 89 Bowling, Phoebe, 24, 74 Breckenrnaker. Roy, 49 Brent, Mitchell, 24 Bromberger, Fred, 103 Brooking, Mr. T. V., 13, 63 Brouillette, Ellsworth, 24 Brouillette, Lawrence, 49 Carlson Allison, XVilmer, 49, 66, 71,72, 88 Alsen, Leryl, 22, 74, 'V Alters, Maurice, 22, 73 Anderson, Arthur, 104 Anderson, Carolyn, 49 Anderson, Edna, 77, 86 Anderson, Ehrma, 22, 74, 91 Anderson, Gerald, 104 Anderson, Glenn, 104 Anderson, Mr. Ioe, 9 Anderson, Katlzerine, 22, 74, 78, 82, 83 Anderson, LaVerne, 49 Anderson, Margaret, 22, 74 Anderson, Marjorie, 49, 75, 82, 83 Anderson, Melvin, 22 Anderson, Mildred, 102 Anderson, bliss Rachel. 13 Anderson, Raymond, 49, 97 Anderson, Ruth, 49, 75, 78,86, 87 Anderson, Svea, 49, 75, 95, 103 Anderson Truman 77 Andersonj Wallis, iz. 72, 73, ss Carolyn, 95 Anderson, VVi1lard, 22 Angel, Dorothy, 23, 74 Annegers, Ruth, 49, 75, 82, 83, 102 Applegren, Margaret, 49, 75 Armtield, Marian, 76 Arnold, David, 49, 73, 80 Arnold, Richard, 49, 66, 69, 72, 73, 80 Ashbaugh, Eugene, 23, 89 Ashbaugh, Meredith, 68, 71 Ashley, Howard, 23, 66 Ashton, Iunivere, 23, 74, 98 Austin, Elizabeth, 49, 75, 98, 99 Ayers, Bernice, 49, 75 Babbitt, Miss Marjorie, 13 Bader, Mary, 23, 74 Baldwin, Robert, 49, 67, 73, 85, 103, 104 Ballard, Leroy, 23 Ballew, Bernace, 23, 74 Banks, YVilma, 76, 87 Barlow, Charles, 23, 88 Bayless, Donald, 72, 96, 97 Bayless, Victor, 80, 81 Bean, Vivian, 23, 74 Beghtol, Edwin, 49 Belden, Edward. 23 Belshaw, Miss Flo, 13, 101 Benedict, Donald, 92 Bennett, Bobbie, 100 Bennett, Fred, 24 Benson, Carl, 104 Benson, Dagney, 24, 74 Benson, lNlarie, 49, 75 Bergstrom, Frances, 24, 74, 82, 83 Berry, Howard, 85 Berry, Marguerite, 24, 74 Betts, Eugene, 49 Billings, Helen, 24, 74, 100, 102 Bird, Miriam, 49 Brown, Anne, 90,100 Brown, Brown, Brown, 86, Brown, Brown Carey, 49, 66 Howard, 24 Marion, 25, 74, 77, 78, 102 Raymond, 72 W'anda, 77 Bruington, James, 66 Buck, Edna, 49, 75 Buck, Leo, 25, 92, 93 Buck, XVayne, 71,, 72 Burford, joe, 49, 69, 72, 73 Burgland, Jeanette, 82 Burton, Mr. Roland, 13, 80, 106 Butler, Ardith, 100 Cabeen, Rebecca, 49, 75, 82, 102 Caldwell, llriiss Ruth, 13 Carlson Donald, 92 Camren, ,Carl A., 25, 92, 93 Carlson, Carl E., 25 Carlson, Dale, 49 Carlson, Fern, 98 Carlson, Glenn. 49, 73, 88, 106 Carlson Hugo, 104 f Lillian, 49, 75 Carlson, Margaret, 49, 75, 86 Carlson, Mildred, 49, 75 Carlson, Philip, 72 Carlson, Richard, 67 Carlston, LeRoy, 25 Coughlin, Dorothy, 50, 75 Cowan, Ruth, 50, 75, 82, 83 Cox, Bliss Blargaret, 12, 74 Coziahr, Neoma, 26, 74 Crandell, Bernard, 26, 69, 73, 80, 81, 100 Craver, Lorraine, 26, 74, 86 Crawford, Mr. Harry, 12 Crites, Doris, 50, 75, 99 Crouch, Iohn, 26 Cunningham, Catherine, 50, 75 Cypreansen, Miss Clara, 14 Dahlberg, Helen, 50, 75, 103 Dahlstrom, Eleanor, 98 Damberg, Mr. Roy, 14, 100, 101 Danielson, Pearl, 50, 75, 90 Darnell, Harold, 26 Darnell, Vera, 86, 106 Daugherty, XVilliam, 50, 85, 108 Davidson, Dorothy, 90, 91 Davidson, Forrest, 50 Davis, Arthur, 68 Davis, Charles, 68, 92 Davis, james, 50 Davis, Norman, 26 Deatherage, Guy, 26, 97 DeForest, Loraine, 50, 75, 94, 95, 102 Dempsey, Sue, 50, 75, 94, 95,103 Denton, Dorice, 26, 72, 73, 84, 85 Denton, Lea Mae, 90 DeWitt, Elbert, 68, 71, 72 DeVVitt, Leroy, 71, 72 DeWitt, Marion, 50, 94 Dickerson, Eileen, 50, 75, 94 Dickerson, Richard, 27, 101 Dodge, Lour, 50, 73 Dodson, Marian, 27, 74, 86, 87 Donnelly, Robert, 50 Donovan, Thomas, 68, 72, 80 Doran, Elizabeth, 50, 75 Dougherty, Maxine, 27, 74 Drew, Horace, 104 Duffy, Mary, 50 Dugger, Malven, 104 Duncan, Lawrence, 71, 72 Carmack, Lynn, 49, 72 Carmack, VVesley, 68, 88, 89 Carolau, Miss Irma, 13 Carman, Charlotte, 103, 104 Carter, Lewis. 25, 66 Case, Leona, 25 Chandler, Mr, Robert, 9 Chandler, 1Villiam, 49, 72 Channel, Marie, 49, 75, 98,99 Charnock, Emma, 49 Chinn, Gladys, 86 Christy, A. I.,25,100 Chute, Emily, 25, 74 Clark, Ruby, 25, 74, 100 Clay, Alonzo-, 77, 80, 96, 97,108 Clay, Dale, 96, 97 Cline, Charles, 49, 92 Dunn, Dorothy, 86 Dunn, Marie, 27, 74, 94, 95, 100 Dunn, Marjorie, 27, 74, 94 Dutton, Augustus, 50, 69, 72 Eagle, Richard, 50 Eaton, LaRe11e, 50 Eaves, Dale, 27, 92, 93 Edwards, Frances, 27, 74, 90, 100 Effland, Katherine, 100, 103 Elias, Robert, 104 Emstrom, Pearl, 27, 74, 103, 104 Emstrom, Ruth, 102 England, George, 92, 93 Erickson, Robert, 27, 88 Erickson, Frederick, 88 Erickson, Vee, 27, 74 Eskridge, Cline, Dorothy, 103 Cline, Mrs. Florence, 14 Cline, Mary, 49, 75 Cochran, Bernice, 98, 106 Coffman, Dorothy, 82, 83 Coffman, Georgia, 26, 74, 82, 83 Colburn, James, 68, 71 Cole, Lucille, 49, 76, 77, 82, 83, 102 Collura, Benaldine, 49, 75 Connor, Darline, 49, 75, 102 Cook, Mildred, 49, 75, 99 Cooley, Frank, 49, 73, 84, 85 Cooper, Edith, 49 Copeland, Helen, 26, 74, 90, 91 Cordell, June, 50, 75, 98, 99 Cotton, Sam, 50, 88 Essex, Gerald, 68 Essex, Logan, 50, 72, 73 Essex, Marjabelle, 28, 74, 98, 99 Evans, Virginia, 50, 75, 94 Everetts, Roxene, 102 Ewalt, Dorothy, 76 Fensterer, Iack, 28, 92, 93, 103 Ferris, Mr. Hampton, 14, 68, 71 Field, Gale, 92, 93 Field, Harriett, 28, 74, 78, 86, 87, 100 Fields, Edna, 50, 75, 102 - Fiheld, Pauline, 50, 75 Forstrom, Lloyd, 28, 78, 92, 93, 101 Frank, John, 28 INDEX it-o INDEX .5 XX Frederick, Jacqueline, 28, 74, 78, 98, 99, 100 Freeman, Mr. Ross, 14 Frisk, Eileen, 28, 74, 78, 95, 101, 106 Fuhr, Helen, 77, 102 Fuhr, Jean, 50, 75, 78, 82, 102, 105, 106, 108 Fuller, Richard, 67, 72, 73 Fundenberger, Martha, 98 Funk, Raymond, 50, 67, 72 Funke, Miss Carolyn, 14, 108 Gans, Paul, 84, 85 Gale, Mrs. Irma, 14, 106 Galyean, Imogene, 50 Gardner, Lois, 28, 74, 82 Gardner, NVilliam, 50, 67, 70, 73, 85. 110 Garst, Mr. Harry, 14, 88, 105, 106, 108 Gayman, Mildred, 28, 74 Gehring, Miss Hortense, 14, 90 Gibbs, Evelyn, 28, 76 Gibson, Virginia, 82 Gilbert, Elizabeth, 50, 99 Gillespie, Mr. John, 14, 63 Gillmor, Ethel Margaret, 29, 74, 78, 82, 83,100,l01,105, 106, 108, 110 Ginn, Byron, 50 Goldsberry, June, 50, 75, 104 Goldstone, Richard, 50 Goode, Wanda, 102 Goodsell, Ruby, 29, 76 Gossage, Elizabeth, 98, 102 Grafflund, Minnie, 29, 76 Graham, Lorraine, 29, 76, 82, 83 Graham, Paul, 29, 88 Graham, Robert, 29, 67, 72, 78, 92, 93 Graham, Virginia, 29, 94 Graham, XVesley, 72 Greene, Harold, 68 Gregg, Galen, 50 Gregg, Jane, 29, 76, 78, 86, 87, 101 Griiiith, Helen, 50, 75, 86, 102 Griffith, William, 29, 93 Guardlabene, James, 71 Gummere, Clarence, 29 Gummerson, Fred, 84, 85 Gunther, Katherine, 76 Gunther, Robert, 68, 72, 88, 89 Gustafson, Charlotte, 30, 76, 78, 101, 104 Gustafson, Irene, 30, 76, 103 Gustafson, Lois, 98, 102 Gustafson, Paul, 50, 96, 97 Gustafson, Ruth, 50, 75 Guy, Fred, 50 Hackman, Ethel, 76 Haggerty, Rose Ann, 90 Hale, Edith, 30, 76, ss Hale, Paul, 50 Hall, Vera, 30 Hallberg, Dorothy, 102 Hallberg, Louise, 30, 76, 77, 78, 90, 101 Hallberg, Richard, 30, 92, 93 Halluck, James, 71, 72 Hampton, James, 68, 72, 80 Hancock, Robert, 50, 92, 93 Hand, Mary, 50, 76, 98 Haner, Clarence, 50 Hankins, Mary, 30, 74 Hanlon, William, 21, 30, 70, 78, 80, 81, 100 Hanson, Robert, 50 Harlan, Charles, 72 Harnest, Grant, 80, 104, 108 Harris, Mr. Verne, 15 Harrison, Ivan, 72 Harshbarger, Mr. Royal, 15, 106 Hart, Betty, 90, 91 Hart, Margaret, 30, 76 Hartley, Charles, 68, 77, 89 Hatten, Mrs. Minnie, 15 Hawkins, Helen, 50, 75 Hawkinson, James, 104 Hawkinson, John, 30, 73, 88, 103, 104, 106 Hawkinson, Lloyd, 50, 84, 85, 104 Hawkinson, Robert, 50 Hay, Mr. Hugh, 73 Hays, Mr. Irwin, 15, 106 Helms, Paul, 31, 80, 106 Henderson, Harold, 50, 66 Henderson, Maurine, 31, 76, 82 Henderson, Thomas, 51 Hendricks, Eileen, 51 Hendrix, DeLoris, 77, 82, 105, 110 Hepler, Lois, 76, 102 Herlocker, Louise, 51, 75, 82 Herman, Bernice, 100 Herman, Dena, 102 Herndon, Eleanor, 51, 75, 95, 102 Herron, Gladvs, 102 Hickman, XVilliam, 51 Hicks, Josephine, 51, 75, 102 Hicks, Marie, 51, 75 Hieronymus, Louise, 82 Hieronymus, Robert, 31, 64, 73, 84, 85,101,104 Higgins, Betty, 51, 75, 82, 83 Higgins, Jeannette, 51, 75, 90 Higgins, Paul, 89 Highland, Mary Jane, 31, 76 Highlander, Virginia, 98, 106 Hilgren, Kenneth, 103 Hillier, Zelma, 31, 74, 78, 90, 91, 100 Hinchliff, Edward, 51, 85, 103, 104 Hinchliff, Mr. Ray, 9 Hinchman, Mr. C. L., 9 Hinckley, XVilliam, 51, 73, 78, 85, 104, 108 Hinebaugh, Helen, 104 Hofflund, Raymond, 31, 103, 104 Hogan, Helen, 102 Holcomb, Ellis, 97 Holcomb, Rex, 51, 85 Holmes, Margaret, 31, 76, 86, 87, 103 Holmes, Robert, 31, 73, 89, 103, 104 Holst, Francis, 88, 89, 105, 106 Holtsclaw, Frances, 51, 75 Hood, Miss Martha, 15 Hopping, Ada, 51, 75 Horn, Lawrence, 70, 77, 88, 89 Hornbaker, Charlotte, 76, 95 Horney, Edith, 51, 75 Horton, Margaret, 51, 75, 95 Houck, Frances, 86, 105, 106 Housh, Geraldine, 82 Howard, Ione, 51 Hoxworth, XVard, 31 Hubbard, Clarence, 51, 80, 81, 108 Huff, Mr. Ben J., 9 Hunter, Ethel, 51, 75 Hunter, Virginia, 51, 75, 102 Hunter, Raymond, 72 Hurt, Edwin, 77 Hynes, Helen, 86 Inman, Lois, 31, 76, 78, 98, 99, 101, 102 Isaacson, Jane, 102 Irvine, Miss Ellen, 15 Irwin, Frank, 51 Jackson, Barbara, 51 Jackson, Jean, 98 Jackson, Willa Mae, 32 Jacobson, Marion, 32, 74 James, Thelma, 32, 74, 77, 78, 86, 100, 101 Jencks, Carlton, 51, 73, 84, 85 Jennings, Mr. Edward, 15, 105, 108 Johnson, Alice, 32, 76 Johnson, Alma, 51, 75 Johnson, Annabelle, 51, 75 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson 1 s 1 Betty, 51, 75, 95 Billy, 32, 76, 90, 91 Dorothy, 32, 74 Mr. Eugene, 15 68 Johnson, Elizabeth Ann, 51, 75, 77, 78, 82,103,104 Johnson, Elizabeth, 90 Tohnson, Howard, 32 Johnson, Howard, 71, 88 Johnson, Janet, 32, 76 Johnson, Katherine, 32, 76 Johnson, Martha, 103, 104 Johnson, Mary, 98 Johnson, Philip A., 51, 73, 78, 85, 100,105,106,108 Johnson, Philip E., 32 Johnson, Rayman, 85 Johnson, Richard, 71 Johnson, Robert, 51 Johnson, Willard, 51 Jones, Edward, 33, 73 Jones, Russell, 51, 73, 84, 85 Jones, YVilla Mae, 51, 75,102 Joneson, Donald, 33 Jordan, Goldie, 51, 75 Kellogg, Kenneth, 68 Kelly, Margaret, 33, 76 Kelly, Mary A., 51, 75, 78, 83,102 Kelly, Reva, 33, 76 Kelley, Robert, 72 Kent, Marion, 77 Kervey, Mary, 33, 74, 86, 100 Kincaid, Eugene, 33 Kisor, Ethel, 33, 76 Kjellander, Ruby, 51, 75, 78, 94, 95, 105, 106 Klemm, LaVerne, 33, 64, 73, 77, 88, 89 Klinger, Robert, 33, 72, 73, 89 Knowles, Clifford, 68 Knott, Donald, 33 Kost, Virginia, 34, 74, 78, 82, 83, 101 Krahn, Helen M., 51 Krohn, Helen C., 51, 75, 94, 95 Krout, Kathryn, 51, 75 Kuhl, Phil, 34, 73,80 Lacky, Charles, 51, 84, 85 Lacky, Paul, 70 Ladd, Myrthe, 34, 76 LaFollette, Donald, 34 Lagergren, Mr. C. J., 9 Lamb, Miss Flora, 15 Landon, Mr. Roy, 15, 104 Langley, Stanley, 92, 93 Larson, Forrest, 51 Larson, Lloyd, 34, 84, 85, 101, 105, 106 Larson, Mary Louise, 51, 75 Larson, Raymond, 51, 92 Larson, Thomas, 68, 71, 77, 88, 89 Lass, Barbara, 82, 83 Lass, Philip, 80 Lauch, Loretta, 51 Lauerman, Ethel, 51, 76 Lauerman, Martha, 34, 76 Laughner, Luke, 51, 77, 80, 103 Lawrence, Gertrude, 34, 74 Lawrence, Orie, 51, 100 ' Law, LaVonne, 34, 74, 78, 86, 100 Layton, Robert, 34, 84, 100 Lee, Jeanne, 51, 75, 94,106 Lee, Paul, 77, 80 Leggett, Dorothy, 34, 76 Lehman, Cathreen, 51, 75, 87 Lehman, Harriet, 35, 76 Lesher, Beatrice, 102 Lind, Miss Johanna, 19 Lindbloom, Elmer, 97 Lindberg, Miss Florence, 18 Lindroth, Eunice, 35 Lindstrom, Edna, 35, 76 Linner, Lillian, 35, 76 Linrothe, Ralph, 52, 84 Lithander, Florence, 98 Lithander, Roxie, 52, 75,98 Little, Helen, 52, 76 Little, Thalia, 35 Littleton, John, 92, 93 Logan, John, 89 Loso, Nellie, 35, 76 Lowry, Josephine, 90, 102, 106 Lundeen, Dorothy, 52, 75 Lundeen, Gladys, 102 Lundeen, Oscar, 52 Lutz, Kenneth, 71, 72 Luvall, Mary, 52 Lyon, Jack, 52 McAuley, Frank, 100 McBroom, Elizabeth, 52, 75, 90 McClure, Isabelle, 52, 75 McClure, Jack, 103, 104 McClurg, Harry, 52, 85 McCone, James, 68, 71 McCornack, Robert, 35, 64, 80, 81 McCullough, LeRoy, 68, 71 McDowell, Verdun, 68 McGee, Charles, 35, 78, 84 McGivern, Bliss Catherine, 16 McGrew, Eleanor, 52, 75, 91 1NIcKay, Franklin, 52 McKee, Eleanor, 35 1VIcLain, Betty, 52, 75, 78, 82, 105, 106 1NIcLaughlin, Richard, 35, 66, 73, 80 llICLaughlin, Robert, 36, 64, 70, 73, 78, 80,101 McLaughlin, Selma, 76 MfcMillan, Miss Faye, 16, 95 McNamara, Virginia, 52, 75 McQueen, Lloyd, 52 McVey, Clarence, 36 Macnair, Walter, 36, 103, 104 Magnuson, Carolyn, 102 lilahle, Marie, 36 Maley, Elizabeth, 95 Manley, Hellen, 52, 98 lllarkham, lhlae, 76, 94 Marks, Carrol, 52, 96 Marshall, Robert, 68, 71, 88, 89 Mather, Erwin, 52, 72, 73 Matthews, John, 52, 80 Mattocks, Van, 68 Mfaxwell, John, 52, 67, 73, 97 Maxwell, Virginia, 52, 75, 77, 90 Mayhall, Eugene, 68 Mecum, Lillian, 52, 75, 86 Mecum, Ruby, 86 Meldrum, Katherine, 94 Meldrum, Charles, 36 Meldrum, Jane, 52, 75, 94 Melton, Celeste, 52, 75 Metz, Elizabeth, 52, 75, 94 Meyers, Thelma, 36, 76 Miles, Joseph, 52, 67 Miles, Lois, 94, 95 Miller, Herbert, 36, 73, 80, 81, 103, 104 Miller, Richard, 80 Miller, Theodore, 52 Millikin, Dorothy, 52, 75, 79, 82, 83,105,108,110 Milward, Leone, 36, 74, 82, 83, 101 Miner, Charles, 52, 80 Mingare, Frank, 36 Mingare, Steven, 52, 103 Mitchell, Dorothy, 52, 75 Mitchell, James, 70 Mitchell, Joseph, 97 Mitchell, Paul, 36, 69, 88 Mizner, Velma, 100, 102 Moberg, Lawrence, 68 Moifit, Miss Helen, 16 Moore, Clarence, 52 Moreland, Dorcas, 74 Moreland, Priscilla, 90, 91 Morgan, Edith, 37 Mforris, Juanita, 52, 75 Morris, Mae, 52, 75, 99, 102 Morris, Norman, 52 Morrison, Georgia, 52, 75 Morrissey, Lola, 52, 75 Morse, Miss Helen, 16 Mortinson, Charles, 52 Moser, Miss Frances, 16 Mott, Dorothy, 37, 76, 103 Moyer, Mr. E. L., 10 Mullen, Russell, 71 Munson, Kenneth, 52, 103, 104 Mureen, Mr. E. WV., 9 Mureen, Robert, 77 Murphy, Thomas, 52, 72, 73 Mustain, Reginald, 96 Myers, Warren, 52, 67, 69, 73 Narr, Frederick, 37, 69 Nelson, Miss Anna, 16 Nelson, Clifford, 68, 85 Nelson, Delburt, 37, 67, 69, 73, 79, 84, 85,100 Nelson, Donald, 52, 97 Nelson, Grace, 37, 76, 98 Nelson, Leona, 52, 75 Nelson, Lillian, 52, 75, 94 Nelson, Lois, 52, 75 Nelson, Mabel, 37, 74 Nelson, Merrill, 104 Nelson, Paul, 104 Nelson, Raymond, 37, 68, 103 - Nelson, Sig, 103. 104 Nemeth, Rose, 37, 74, 82, 83 Nemitz, Donald, 52, 80, 81 Nemitz, Nathalene, 37, 74, 100, 106 Nesbit, Marian, 37 Newkirk, liernetta, 102 Newkirk, Charlotte, 91 Newkirk. Frances, 38, 74, 79, 86, 87, 100 Nickel, Miss Edna, 16 Nichols, Gust, 38, 72, 80 Norton, Eileen, 77, 82 Nutter, Anna Lee, 52, 75, 102 Nyberg, Lloyd, 38, 101 Oakes, William, 84 O'Conner, Mrs. Louise, 9 Oliver, VVendell, 52 Olson, Hazel, 53, 75 Olson, Miss Helen, 16 Olson, Sam, 68, 72 Olson, Theodore, 104 Osgood, Vera, 53 Owen, Dorothy, 90 Owens, James, 53, 70 Owens, Margaret, 53, 75 Page, Harriet, 53, 75 Painter, Vivian, 53, 75 Palm. Mary, 102 Palmer, Evelyn, 102 Palmer, Jane, 82 Palmer, Vincent, 53, 80, 81 Palmgren, Howard, 53 Palmquist, Maryon, 98, 99 Parish, Virginia. 53, 94 Parker, Hazel, 53 Parkins. Katherine, 53, 75. 82, 83 Parks, Harriet, 53. 76. 82, 83 Parks. Marjorie, 77, 83 Parnell, Mary Jane, 94, 95 Parsons, James, 38, 73, 80 Patchett, Dale, 53, 84. 85 Paton. Miss Louise, 18 Paul. Francis, 53, 66, 73, 77, 79, 88, 89 Pearson, Margaret. 53. 75, 86 Peavey, Vera. 38, 76, 99 Peck. Earl, 53 Pendergast. Walter. 53 Peterson, Clifford, 53 Peterson, Georgia, 91 Peterson, Jean. 102 Peterson, Keith, 38 Peterson, Lucy, 53. 75 Peterson, Nlargaret, 53, 75 Peterson, Margaret M., 53, 75, 82, 83. 102 Peterson, Margaret V.. 82. 83, 102 Peterson, Marguerite, 53, 76 Peterson, Mildred. 53, 75, 94, 95 Peterson, Ruth, 102 Peterson. Stuart, 38, 73, 79, 84, 85, 100 Peterson, Violet, 38 Philleo, Mildred, 76 Philleo, Winifred, 38, 76 Phillips, Mr. Gerald, 16, 63, 70 Phillips, Sue, 53,75 Pico, George, 53 Pilcher, Frances, 38, 74 Pitman, Dale, 68 Pitman, Fred, 39, 66, 72, 88, 89 Pitman, Grace, 39, 86 Poiset, Harold, 53, 92. 93 Poland, Harold, 39, 104 Pont, Grace, 39, 76 Pont, Helen, 53, 75, 102 Pratt. Frank, 39 Preston, Gordon, 53 Pruett, Nay, 39, 74, 93, 99 Pruett, Paul, 53, 72, 85, 110 Putnam, Grace, 39, 76, 77, 95 Quaife, Clarence, 104 Radke, Mr. Richard, 16 Ralf, Willard, 39, 73, 79, 80, 81, 101, 104 Reamer, Vera Joan, 53, 75 Redshaw, Mildred, 53 Reed, David, 39 Reese, Margaret, 39, 74, 77, 79, 90,100,101,103,106 Rehling, Mr. A. J., 17, 97 Retherford, Lois, 86, 103, 105, 106 Reynolds, NVendell, 68 Rich, Mrs. Lucy, 17 Richardson, Frances, 40, 74, 90 Rigg, Jack, 53, 80, 81 Riley, Barbara, 40, 76, 104 Riley, Richard, 104 Rios, Pedro, 40, 73, 79 Roach, Beulah, 53 Robbins, Wilma, 102 Robertson, Alta, 53, 75, 102 Robertson. LaVonne, 40 Robertson, Mark, 53, 72 Robertson, Max, 53 Robertson, Margaret, 98, 99, 72 Robins, Clyde, 53 Robins, VVilma, 102 Robinson, Donald, 40. 69, 88 Robinson, LaVonne, 76 Robinson, Robert, 89, 100 Rodell, Betty. 76 Rogers, Provirlenza, 53, 75 Root, Marian, 86 Rose, Charles, 104 Rose, Columbus, 53 Rose, Marion, 53, 75, 79, 82, '103, 104, 105, 106 Rose, Sam, 104 Ross, Robert, 77 Ross, Miss Ruth, 17, 102 Rothgeb, Xvilliam, 53, 64, 80 Rowen, Margaret, 90 Runkle, George, 53, 92 Runyan, James, 84, 85, 104, 106 Russell, Mr. VVilbur, 17. 103 Ryin, Miss Sylvia, 17, 86 Rylander, Robert. 53. 88, 104 Sample, Velona, 53, 76 Sandborg, Margaret, 40, 76 Sandburg, Alice, 40 Sandburg, Mr. M. G., 9 Sandburg, Merrill, 68. 71, 88 Sanderson, Ruth, 53, 75, 98, 99, 105 Sand, Anita, 102 Sand, lone, 77 Sands, Dale, 104 Sandstrom. Mildred, 40, 76, 90, 91 Sargeant, Doris, 53, 90 Sargeant, Kenneth, 40 Sargeant, Marjorie, 40, 74, 90 Sarver, William, 41 Saunders. Katherine, 76 Sauter, Kenneth, 53, 70, 72 Sawyer, Virginia Mae, 41, 74 Schaefer, Frances, 41, 76 Scharfenberg, Helen, 41, 76, 82, 83 Schaubert, Arvid, 68 Schriebman, Reva, 41, 74 Schroder, Miss Elizabeth, 17, 99 Scoglund, Howard, 41, 66, 73, 88, 89 Scott, Evelyn, 53, 75 Scott, Frances, 53, 75 Scott, Jeanne, 41, 74, 90, 100 Scott, LeRoy, 54, 72, 96, 97 Scott, Richard, 68, 72 Scott, lhlaxine, 41, 76 H Sebastian, Natalie, 54, 75, 77, 82, 108 Seiler, Mr. Frank, 17. 63 Seltzer. Edward, 80, 81, 100, 104, 105 Seward, VVendall, 41 Seyller, XValter, 68, 71 Shaw, Roger, 21, 41, 73, 79, 80, 100,103,104,105, 106,108 INDEX 60 INDEX P .J b V 160 Shay, Thomas, 92 Shea, Edward, 54, 97 Sheldon, Mrs. Florence, 17 Shenaut, john, 80, 81,105,110 Shephard, Gertrude, 54, 75 Shephard, Loren, 42 Sherbino, Jeanette, 42, 95 Sherman, Robert, 104 Shiiiey, VVende1l, 67 Sholl, Dale, 54 Short, Roberta, 90, 91, 110 Showalter, Francis, 80, 105, 108 Sieberlich, Kathryn, 94, 95 Simmons, Dorothea, 76 Simpkins, Christina, 54, 76 Simpson, Miss Violet, 17 Swanson, Robert, 54, 92, 93 Swanson, Miss Ruth, 18 Swanson, XVilliam, 85 Swinton, Mr. VVayne, 18, 106 Szerlong, Leon, 43, 73, 79, 84, 85 Szerlong, Lucille, 77, 90 Taber, VVanda, 43, 76 Tanner, Lee, 54, 70, 73, 88 Tanning, Mary Louise, 43, 74, 76, 79, 90,100,110 Tederman, Donald, 72 Tecter, Dorothy, 54, 75, 102 Tennery, Martha, 54, 75, 79, 82, 83 Terpening, Dale, 97 Simms, Edna Mae, 102 Sipes, Mildred, 42, 76 Sloan, Dewitt, 42 Sloan, Vivian, 54, 75, 99 Smith, Mr. Charles, 17, 68 Smith, Fred, 54 Smith, Imogene, 42, 79 Smith, Maxine, 54, 75 Smith, Owen, 71, 89 Smith, Virginia, 54, 75 Snell, Muriel, 42, 74 Snodgrass, Harold, 72 Snook, Aileen, 42, 76, 94, 95 Sperry, Jack, 100, 103 Springer, Edna Mary, 42, 76, 86, 101 Springer, Pauline, 86, 87 Sprout, LaVonne, 54, 75, 86 Stacel, Paul, 54 Stackhouse, Robert, 54, 104 Stafford, Robert, 54, 66, 70, 72, 73, 88 Stearns, Richard, 71, 89 Steele, Howard, 42, 72, 92, 93 Stegall, Ruth, 42, 76 Stephens, Marion, 43, 74, 95, 101, 106 Stephenson, Alice, 102 Stephenson, Arthur, 43, 67, 73, 92 Stephenson, Calvin, 68, 71 Sterenberg, Kathryn, 54, 75, 83 Stern, Nlabel, 54 Stevens, Elmer. 54 Stevens, Orlo, 54, 89 Stevens, Vencel, 54, 67, 73, 77, 79, 88, 89 Stewart, Max, 43, 77, 88 Stewart, Virginia, 54, 75 Stiokle, Miss Ruth, 18, 101 Stinson, Clarence, 431 Stinson, Guy, 68 Stokes, Gifford, 104 Stone, Virginia, 54, 75 Strader, VVilliam, 54 Strandburg, Ralph, 54, 80 Stuart, Miss Era, 18, 106 Sutter, Catherine, 43, 74, 104 Sutter, Frances, 102 Swagert, Laird, 104, 110 Swailes, Van, 43 Swanson, Chasta, 54, 75, 94 Swanson, Gale, 54, 73, 79, 85 Swanson, Harley, 43 if-L' wwf 46,"-" ' ' Terpening, Harlan, 54, 85, 96, 97 Terpening, Robert, 44, 73, 79, 84, 85,s9, 106,108 Terpening, Rolland, 21, 44, 73, 79, 84, 88, 96, 97,106 Thomas, Ernest, 72 Thomas, Henry, 44, 92,93 Thomas, Herbert, 44, 92 Thomas, Ioseph, 44, 103, 104 Thomas, YVarren, 72 Thurman, Edna, 54, 76 Tilly, Lenora, 99, 102 Tingey, Alberta, 44, 74 Tingey, Marian, 44, 76 , 100,102 Torley, Pauline, 44, 74, 82, 100 Torley, Richard, 44 6 :QI 4 1. .4 XVallace, Herbert, 45 VVallace, Nanthea, 45, 74, 79, 86, 87,100,103 VValsh, Fred, 54 VValsh, Iames, 54, 66, 72, 73, 80 YVard, 1VIaxine, 45, 76, 79, 90 YVard, VVilma, 102 VVatson, Ann, 94 VVatson, Robert, 80 VVatts, Olde, 45, 86 XVeatherford, VVilma, 55, 75, 94 95, 102 NVeaver, Lois, 45, 76, 90 W'edan, Lewis, 68 YVelch, Eula, 46, 76, 90, 91 XVenstrom, Albert, 46, 64, 72 1Vest, Thelma, 46 NVesterberg, Louise, 46, 76, 79, 86, 87 VVestfall, Phyllis, 46, 76 YVestfall, Sylvia, 46, 76, 94 NVetherbee, VVilliam, 71, 80, 81. VVhitcomb, Herbert, 55, 92, 93 VVhipple, Mrs. Velma, 18 6 YVhite, Doris, 102 YVhite, Gene, 46, 85 VVhite, Geneva, 55, 75 YVhite, Madalyn, 55 XVhite, Miss Velma Fay, 18, 83 YVhite, Wilbur, 55, 73, 77, 88 Townsend, Ava, 54, 98, 99, 102, 106 Townsend, Geneva, 44, 74, 77, 79, 86, 100 Tracy, Mary Jane, 77, 82 Travis, ltiarguerite, 77, 86 Truitt, Mellie, 54, 75, 98 Tucker. Rollin, 54, 66. 69 VVhite, VVilliam, 46, 92, 93 VVhitesell, Carlin, 46, 73, 77, 79 80, 81, 101 VVhitver, Elizabeth, 90, 91 XVilbur, Robert, 55, 97 VVilcox, Glade, 46, 92, 93, 110 XVilk, Elizabeth, 47, 76 VVilk, Hortense, 47, 76 1 Tulin, james, 54, 72, 73, 88 Turner, Irene, 98 Turner, Ruhv, 45, 74, 99 Twyman. Robert, 21, 45, 72, 73, 79, 80, 81, 100, 106 Ulm, Mary Olga, 54, 75 Unflerwod, Enid, 45, 95 Unzicker. Iva, 54, 75 Upson, VVilliam, 54, 72 Vanliuskirk, 1N1anie, 102 VanDell, Harold, 54 VanEtten, Virgil, 54, 72 Velander, Dorothy, 82, 83 Voiqht, Evelyn, 102 Volk, Miss Maude, 18 YVilkins, Okle, 94, 95 VVilliams, Floyd, 72 XVilliams, Phyllis, 47, 106, 108 XVilliams, Ruth, 74 VVilliams, Thelma, 55, 75 YVillis, Mary Jane, 55, 75, 82, 83, 103, 104 XVi1mot, Louise, 47, 76, 98, 102 VVilson, Iohn, 55, 96, 97 VVilson, YVilson, Lois, 55 Sally, 47, 76 XVindish, Pauline, 55 YVinn, Frances, 77, 102 YVolf, Nlary Ann, 90 VVong, XVayne, 55 Vondelo, Marie, 94, 95, 104 XVaggoner, Iane, 54, 75, 95 NVainwright, Beulah, 54, 75 VVoo'd, Beth, 47 VVood, Betty Ann, 47, 76, 77 YV00dley, Marvin, 55 VVoolsey, Homer, 68 VVainwright, Gerda, 54, 76, 90, 105. 106 VVake, Barbara. 102 VVake, Tadd, 45, 73, 79, 84, 85, 100,104,105,106,108 VValdo, Victor, 104 VValker, 5Valker, VValker, YVallace VVallace VVallace VVallace: LeRoy, 45, 92, 93 Marian, 54, 75, 94, 95 Rex, 54, 73, 80 Dale, 80 Dean, 77, 80 Elsara, 86, 87, 103 Gregory, 54 YVorrall, hfartha, 47, 74 YVright, Dorothy, 47, 74, 79, 98, 100 Yelmgren, Alden, 55 Young, Arthur, 103, 104 Young, Harvey, 55, 72, 73, 79 80,100,104,105,106,108 Young, Maree, 55, 75, 77, 82,102 Young Mr. O. 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