Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

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The min strels touch the strings of poetry and bards retell the songs of glory. Canto Two...The School...-fhe lads and lassies gather from mountain and glen, from Highlands and Lowlands. Canto Three... Sports... The plaided warriors contest bravely for the honor of their chieftains and the glory of their clans. Canto Four Activities The lcilted Scots perform the sword dance and the Highland fling to the tunes of the slcirling hagpipes. KOH, ye'll talc' the high road, And l'II talc' the low road, And I'lI be in Scotland before yew ,-in-,. -- Z--s J ii' 4 l 1 'U WSJ z 1 I i ' T! .giiiisiii ' yiggiiai 5 -QC, . SSH, ' x sagj, A X ,- ' ' Q , .f xi If Q i l 1559551553 AEE YQ CQZTQ ln Proise of Scoiiish Bcirds RCDBERT BURNS ln time's museum, memory Has placed his name by fame's decree. Great brealcing billows of the strand Erase the years from slates of sand. No worldly wave can wash away A sentinel of stone with spray. The champion of the peasant ways, He wrote in simple phrase, their tongue. The songs of Scotland were his lays, l-le marlced their measures to be sung. The music of his heart he gave to men And 'scribed his name with simple pen. - Dean Peterson SIR WALTER SCOTT At Sandy-Knowe, your grandsire's place You first gave ear to legends told, Heard ballads sung of Border days, And learned the charm of days of old We love your Waverly and Marmion, A The Rnightly spell of lvanhoe, With Fancy free you talce us baclc To feudal days of long ago. But now you sleep, within the sound OF songs sung by the river Tweed, Can you not hear our songs of praise Which hail your every word and deed? - Betty Billings , in ln Honor ol Miss Anno Nelson Q X A TRIBUTE 'Tis books that gbape a man? success And learning that decides bis day. The talent of a man is dead 'Till education ligbts the way. You were the Friend of those you taught- A patient guide, with gentle tact, A carefree youth was turned to thought As brighter grew the realms of fact. Upon our looms with care you set A pattern of resplendent hue, A model For lile's lirst design. For this, Youth gives its praise to you. - Dean Peterson MY LATIN TEACHER Yes, you taught us Latin, OF all its forms we learned, We read ol Cicero and Caesar, And how the Roman walls were burned. l Few will long remember The famous quoted lines, Ol gods the Romans worshipped, Their customs and their signs--- But expressions on your lcindly lace, Pleasant hours when classes met, The Friendly way you worlced with us, All,are cherished thoughts we can't Forget- - Rena Godwin B fu .l- '.!' - E'::::5e: L' 'IIIIIF' ' 'W I Nl 'fx o Q o :esse- .4 fr x T? it T, TWG SCDNNETS The sea is spealcing, deep in stormy roar Echoes arrive in thunder fringed with spray. The ships are driven swift by steeds of gray That Neptune guides across from shore to shore. A captain stands on declc, afraid no more, Llnheeding waves that seelc to wash away The man whose steadfast hand combatsthe fray And turns the prow to cut the tempest's core. The briny dirges carve their notes in death Along the reefs of ruin that line the sea. Beneath the restless oceanfs surging breath Are hapless bones of seamen, swinging free. The sea's the draught of doom,- the devil's strength, A coffin, craving men to fill its length. - Dean Peterson A chill wind shatters clear Octobefs day, And birds, that late and long deceived have been By nature's Iing'ring sunny smile, are seen In hasty flight. No longer will they stay. The trees, soon stripped of gay and bright array, Incensed are, and wave their arms, and lean To southward, then to northward they careen, As to the changing wind they yield and sway. On high the fleecy, tumbled clouds surge by. The shifting, silent depths of ether blue, Part midway to receive the cooling sun, 'I-hat, lilce a Icing, recedes into the slcy. The fair, beloved summer bids adieu, For beauteous winter needs must reign anew. - Mary Turnbull 'S 159' m:q,:x.: Ag-tf. -ham.:-nzgyac. . nazi? 1731,-12' - '13 t11f"I:5 :ff what " ,..f if 43,1 1,g:::'. E . X XX Bo: if 52? I Msg:-,...:-4... .1 - ,.,f -M,:,w' . ' ,si "if ' 35 'SEQ-PL' rr .:' .f5J"1 A . wifes 53543 ,L -t ,.,,g'. 331.62 .5 21 'JZ' -'N a 1 . ,,.g:.,., .. Q. .,,,, , ., 4,1 , 'Stat' 3, grfzm ,,1:ft.,-Q.: I xii 952 fa? , , als, Q! af iff, IQ W I ,Ki ., E55 sa ,fs- i 435' A 'git 'C' of 41' . jf X1-. .5 2 'fit 1' li' xii .. . , .ff 552255 3' Ts, I .Hg Qtkj'-.xigf MOBS DOER OF SHAMEFUL DEEDS FOLLOWING EMOTION'S LEAD IN WISDOM LACKING COWARDS BACKING ORATOR'S TOOL. WORSE THAN ONE FOOL DEMOCRACY'S CURSE. WHAT CAN BE WORSE. THAN A MOB? EGOTIST EGOTIST--ANOTHER NAME FOR FOOL. YOU THINK YOU RE A MASTER OF MEN BUT YOU RE ANY FLATTERER'S TOOL VERNON DLSON X .fqgiw ' .ttf- ' 'P fx32t,12s,f" : - ' , 513335-::2Q2..,,,1I , 1: E'ff:i?i'-5 I f I, 'I xx , .im- I KNOW A WIND. A BOUNCING WIND. IT BREATHS OF SALT AND ROTTING OAK OF OLD RUBBER BOOTS AND CLAMS. HALF DRIED IN THE SUN I KNOW A WIND. A LONG. THIN WIND. IT SINGS TO ME IN MY ROCK-BOUND CAVE AS IT SHARPENS ITS EDGE G A I ON A R N TE CLIFF HIGH ABOVE THE TIMBER LINE. RUSSELL NELSON. -.jim ,'1:, - F' -Eliiffrf 57332212 5233- :A ,Ag 2, .za 1 . iii xligfg, v :W :2?f455's:"z,,1g '.J,f:s- fsqfii' 5 3'lif's,Q'iE'f .f,. - . I 'x f 'V'-:'9i,'2o . '1 Hs. '- f1L'.'.E'--s , 'mini Z. "fy, .39 iliiiv.-.rf-,221 'HMA iffqlfz. .fiaf I gig If 'fx gf, gig W as ag rf? ix iii "ga jg? .BY gg Qi 315' r, rf? E? gf' W WIND SCDNGS The wind is a saga singer. Soft and whispering in fragrant cherry boughs or loud and merry over rippling grain Fields, Lashing the snow in a Dalcota blizzard or the waves in a storm at sea, Playing with the dust of a slummy street or howling over the arid plains-country, Lush and warm in the tropics or melancholy in a clammy, northern drizzle, Or whining under the eaves and hooting down the chimney-flue, In all moods and weathers, ways and places, times and voices, I-le sings his songs in all ears. But Few listen, And lewer understand. -Olivgrwarnzr l lcnow a wind, A, gay little breeze- Tripping merrily across the meadow, Tiptoeing into the woods, Slcipping across a laughing stream, Rippling the waters of a placid pool, Lingering a moment in the sombre shadows of the pines, Dashing away to the sun-bathed valley, Stopping to caress a dew-drenched violet, Greeting a smiling dalfodil, Dancing away to the hillside, Catching a lcite on high in' gleelul abandon, Saluting the dawn, I Laughing at life, Wild, joyous windl -Loldmde I-mes I . , X 7? 7: jf:-.1 315-7' bf' 0 "7 ,Fig , .w-iifgpei ,fffgff 1a'a:.-izgfffi: -1 ggfi'-:S 1 : f -L Tlii-ff wx i ' Ti 'Tiff sal' 1 i , '1' 'muh :lf n-sunk 515- 4. ., ,ifiif-if H ii' -22 2 Q 'fiii gkiilfrl Ccirnsiolk Burning Time When l loolc to the East-- A half dozen suns are rising, Soft, rosy hali-circles cast a pale pinlc mist about them. Far to the West-- Other suns are sinlcing, Ruddy, crimson discs, glowing with a rose-ash hue. And in the North-- l-ligh, high up, My new Jerusalem burns, lts pillars are in flames, lts duslcy rool merges into night. It is April -- corn-stallc burning time. - Enid Peterson Night Queen The night is a haughty queen Who ilaunts bright stars in her hair, She displays to the world a robe Qi glorious, silver air. She moves through the jeweled slcy Surveying her lcingdom wide, Leaving brolcen, useless dreams That human hearts must hide. - Blanche Cordell Qciober Shadows fliclcer o'er the landscape on a late October day. The last pale aster smiles into the stream That murmurs o'er the pebbles in its way. And there-tinted with a hundred brilliant dyes Procured from heaven's crown- The forest stands. And now and then a leaf drifts gently down, Soft as angel wings. Far above, the swallows homeward fly, Silhouettes against an evening slcy. - LaVerne Stewart lniervol of Evening l watched the moon malce curtsy low To poplar trees and steepled tower When fading duslc had offered night One brief and solemn hour. l wallced along the fragrant lane And heard the whip-poor-will afar Produce his lonesome, pensive trill To celebrate a falling star. -Lois Duvall FIND!! POPLAR BUDS POPLAR BUDS ARE WOOLY WORMS THAT CRAWL OUT IN THE SPRING. FROM EVERY BRANCH AND LXMB AND TWIG THEY COVER TREES WITH FRINGE ERN TPELTIER. xx w ' f jr I :..:::::sQ1 lgfglggriw K if 4' gp, R ix The Second Shokespeore The setting is in a fashionable hotel room. The time is the present. Hubert, a young man clad in tweeds and a derby, and carrying a cane, enters and calls for his valet, Higgins. Higgins: Centeringb Yes, sir. Hubert: Here. CHe deposits the derby precariously on valet's head, and hands him the cane.D Hub: You know l've got myself into a deuce of a jam. Hig: If you pardon me, sir, that's nothing unusual, sir. Hub: lt's this way. l told those Hhightonesn at the hotel that l was a playwright to ah- Hig: To create an impression, sir. Hub: Exactly. Hig: And l presume they all had read your plays, sir. Hub: Cguite so. Lady Wigglebug said that next to Longfellow l was her favorite play- wrig t. Hig: And then l suppose you invited them to come here to listen to your latest play, sir. Hub: Precisely. Higgins, your powers of mind reading are amazing. How do you always know what l do? Hig: That comes from long association with you, sir. Hub: lt wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for that Robbins girl. l can't stand to be disgraced before Lucile. Cpausel Well, what are you waiting for? Hig: Waiting for, sir? Hub: Yes, what are you going to do about it? Cpauseb Well? Hig: l have itl Hub: Crelievedlyl l knew we'd have it. Hig: l suggest, sir, that you take some play that in all probability they have not read. Hub: A literary masterpiece. Hig: CWalks to a bookcase and looks through booksj You could change the title and they would never recognize it, sir. Hub: Quite so. Hig: Ah, here is a play that is suitable. lt's called "Hamlet" by Shakespeare. 1 Hub: CDoubtfullyD Hamlet? l don't want any small-town stuff. Hig: Oh, no, sir. lt's about kings and queens. The main character is called Hamlet. Hub: Change his name to Omelet. Now, for a good title. How's "Twilight and Violets?" Hig: Excellent, sir. Hub: Cmodestlyl Yes, it is pretty good. Where did it happen? Hig: What, sir? Hub: The play. Hig: ln Denmark, sir. Hub: Substitute Chicago, and change the names of the other characters too. By the way, will this guy Shakespeare object? Hig: Oh, he won't find out, sir. SCENE II The scene occurs the same evening. Hubert has just finished reading the play to a group of the newly rich. Lady Wigglebug remarks, "Perfect", Lord Wigglebug, "Excellent", Mrs. Van Spinx, "Too, too divine" and Mr. Van Spinx "Extraordinary". A ONE ACT FARCE M W By V. E. Olson and P. E. Clausen Lucile Robbins: And the title is so appropriate, too. Hubert: Ccuriouslyb By the way, have any of you read "Hamlet"? Lady W: Oh, yes. That and ulvanhoen are my favorite poems. Mrs. V. S: Oh, l beg your pardon, but "Hamlet" is one of O'Neil,s farces. Lucile: Oh, no. l'm sure it's one of Shakespeare's earliest comedies. Lady W: Oh, yes. l was thinking of the "Pied Piper of Hamlet". Mr. V. S: l hear they are trying to revive Shakespeare. Lord W: What's the matter? Did he faint? Lucile: Oh, l have an idea. My father is a publisher. Let him print your play. Hub: But,-but l wrote it for pleasure only. l couldn't think of publishing it. Why, the characters in that play are just like brothers and sisters to me. Mr. V. S: But think of the money you'd make. Why, he ought to give you thirty per cent of the profits. Just think. lf he made a million on your play you'd get-you'd--you'd get a lot of money. Lord W: Yes, almost a half million. Hub: CcasuallyD All right, tell him to print it. Lady W: Oh, you are so kind to give your masterpiece to a devouring mob. l shall get the girls at the club to give you a medal. Hub: What club? Lady W: The Humane Society. Oh, it's late. We must be leaving. CThey leave. Higgins steps out from behind a curtainj Hig: Now, you've gone and done it, sir. Hub: What now? l just made a million, didn't lf? Hig: Yes, but you've forgotten Shakespeare, sir. SCENE lil The scene is the same. It is three months later. Hubert and Higgins are opening great piles of letters from a bevy of admirers. Hub: It looks as if Shakespeare hasn't read the play yet. Hig: Oh, the janitor told me that he died, sir. Hub: That's good. Remind me to send flowers. Hig: We have had 3064 letters and not one has mentioned that the play is not original. Hub: Here's a letter from the mayor of Chicago. He says he has read my play and enjoyed it very much, with the exception of the line,-"There is something rotten in Chicago." My play will not be sold in that city until that sentence is removed. He signs himself, Hlndignantly, Peter J. Skellyn Hig: l'll change it to "something nice in Chicago." Hub: Here's a letter from the President of the New York Shakespearean Society. He says, "I have read your wonderful play and l am surprised at the resemblance of your work to that of Shakespeare. l believe that your 'Twilight and Violets' will go down in the history of drama with Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' and Walt Disney's 'Three Little Pigsf l hope that more of this type of drama will be forthcoming. Hub: Higgins, get me a copy of "Romeo and Juliet". CT ' i 11: I' A S96 I N A WEE BIT SCOTCH 'TIS A MIGHTY BRAW WIN' BUT I GUESS I CON MAKE IT I D S ' RATHER A MY DIME THA HA THE STREET CAR TA CHARLES N IT TCD CI-IEER Tl-IE HEART When hope is gone and blaclc despair has come And desperation rules supreme in man, When l:ate's cruel hand disturbs his every plan And he allows no joy into his home, I What now isthat which cheers him on his way And lightens his sad lace and sadder heart? If he be man who lollows nature's part Ol bringing hope, he to himself might say: fDespair resembles deepest Winter's gloom Which grips us in its melancholy chill, A The height ol winter's frigid reign ol white:-, Yet he recalls: :The bud becomes a bloom, Night changes into noon. And so the will Ol God doth malce all winter spring's delight., - Glen Lashbroolc Tl-IE SEASCDNS Rolling clouds, Slcies ol blue, Falling leaves, Fading beauty, Balmy breeze, Spring's debut. Shade ol trees, Blooming hay, White toadstool, Summer's array. Dying Flowers, Autumnls duty. Trees ol crystal, Lalces ol steel, Sparlcling meadows, Winterls seal. - Vernon Olson Tl-IE SPINNERS Spinner of dreams, contriver of plan, Although conceived in the mold of man, You loolc beyond the common things And picture Eden where an angel sings. Spinner of webs, encaser of sell, You're only a spider in the turn of a shelf. You poly-legged creature worlcing away, What dreams do you have, tell me, pray? Both are spinners, the spider, the man, Worlcing diligently as best they can. The spider's web can be seen at a glance While Ilower of man's dream is Iound in romance. -Alice Bfgwn SEASCAPE A pale blue slcy hangs over the sea, The coast is a shadowy grey, The stars come out and winlc at me While blaclc waves leap in play. A 'vagrant craft with a tall white sail ls roving the somber sea, No sound is heard but the wind's lone wail, And the washing waves on the lea. - Anita Collopy Ea ITN as . TIGER LILY TIGER LILY. LILTING. LITHESOME SWISH YOUR SKIRTS AND TOSS YOUR HEAD YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL BUT NAUGHTY. FLIRTATIOUS FLIPPANT FLOWER. G A MAY JOHN ON C.. ENTER, PLEASE! EXIT, PLEASE! A rosy-cheelced boy carelully spread ten pounds ol Flour among the lallen leaves in his square baclc-yard. l"le Fixed it painstalcingly, malcing a little drift in one corner. Then he loolced up expectantly to the clouds. l-le waited. Finally he called: fSay, it's up to you nowl l started things going, but l ran out ol Flour. Please, will you malce it a blizzard?w A small pile ol dirty snow huddled in the shad- ows. The air was warm when the breeze did not blow. A determined little girl, who dislilced coats and mittens, scooped out handluls ol the sooty snow and threw them at the sun. Smilingly she watched them meet. She must help Wi'nter lind its hat and canel - Alice Stephenson A WORM l"lae ye e'er seen Sech a crawlin' lerlie'?i' A l'd daur say ye want to rarely. The ugly, creepin', crawlin' wonner Shunned, despised by saunt and sinner, ls out a loolcin' lor his dinner. l"le does no worlc, a lazy birlcief Only crawls aroun sae lurlcief' l'le has no hieldii or place to lavefi E'en sae, he does seem grave. l'le's shure a louthsome,hatelul creature, lf With na a wan pleasin' leature. And illca' man ol any worth Detests to see him on this earth. - Mary K. Peterson I V x . . K 1 1, 4 52151:-1. fu-:zulu .-,..,,:: . 'Q lui-:I W 41 . P, is 5,35 :qs--1. 9. q,-sfszyzga, :fx ,fZE17f':E-?vi'l5 , 1,, V Tiaiiifllg I 1 Efxii., .' Qff?g1fs'252::. 2 12 Qi' 'QF at ' 'v ii 1 .f ...-3 Q " 1251 :1 T .Kia if gm in-P Q ' . sv' . sis. vl' 5 . . ,Q '84, X' X A R ig? if . in 5' . ,gf + if Tig: , Q. -wif is as KEN' if jg I fi? I ,ff 'io 21311 'it Q' ,Lg-Lgagf., . 2 .,-. Q "5 'wglakfx fit: .' ,Z .,X- N jk- :. sig is l -.-4,5 .9 ' FERLIE-WON DER BIRKIE-FELLOW LURKIE-SLOW BIELD-SHELTER LAVE-REST ILKA-EVERY a E if 2 . W E. 5 36 if ii 3 if ff p 51 4 1 5 2 if 9 32 f fi Ek Z: :Q 3 4: 2 K. - KTYF' A A 3- feiiifi' TSC 'JV' JV Z- A 'f?'5S45'?'Z5c55i5if35f?iflN45" 7' M 32. iii, . 'X x:f52i'l1'S9!l'I!.ai55?iifW22r5a'2sTL3i255-Tiff, fi'!8a?fi1Z'i:'WEPw!'!:'WZW:'9"I'iii "I T. 1 1 1 1 v W 1 ' 1 . , 5 I .1 I , 'a 3 1 1 , , . , T 1 Y 1 1 '4 I l 'a W A , 1 -4 i Cm' Alma MQTQV MR. E. L. MOYER MISS MARGARFT COX DEAN OF GIRLS We I-Icbmor PRINCIPAL MR. YOUNG MR. ANDERSON MR. CHANDLER MRS. O'CONNOR MR, HINCHMAN ev FX MR. O. O. YOUNG SUPERINTENDENT MR. H. A. CRAWFORD DEAN OF BOYS 9' MR. SANDBURG MR. HUFF MR. MUREEN MR. HTNCHLIFF MR. LAGERGREN HARRY ALDUS JOHN AITCHISON RACHEL, ANDERSON MARJORIE BABBITT CHARLES BEDNAR FLO BELSHAW THOMAS BROOKING ROLLAND BURTON CLARA CYPREANSEN ROY DAMBERG MARIAN DUKE ROSS FREEMAN IRMA GALE HARRY GARST JOHN GILLESPIE VERNE HARRIS ERVIN HAYES ROYAL HARSHBARGER JEANNETTE HILKER ELLEN IRVlNE E. E. JENNINGS EUGENE JOHNSON MILDRED JOHNSON FLORA LAMB ROY LANDON 'Y Q ACU LTY HELEN MOFFITT ALFRED MOORE HELEN MORSE FRANCES MOSER EDNA NICKEL HELEN OLSON GERALD PHILLIPS A, J. REHLING LUCY' RICH SYLVIA RYIN MILDRED SCHRO BERGER FRANK S ILER FLORENCE SHELDON VIOLET SIMPSON E. PRINCE SLAVEN CHARLES SMITH RUTH STICKLE WAYNE SWINTON GRACE TERRY Z.. VELMA WHITE ALTA YOUNGBLOOD BETTY HUSTED FLORENCE LINDBERG RUTH SWANSON VELMA WHIPPLE IN WHITE if ALSEN, DOROTHY BEATTY. MARION DUNCAN. LAWRENCE DUNCAN, LELA GOODE, WANDA HINCHLIFF, HOMER HOGAN, HELEN LAFFERTY, FRANCES LUNDGREN. BETTY MOYER, FARIS RUTHERFORD. MARY ALLISON, MARGARET ANNEGERS, JOHN DUFFIELD. GENEVIEVE EFFLAND. KATHERINE FUHR, HELEN FENSTERER, LORRAINE JOHNSON, MARTHA MUREEN, BEVERLY PERARDI. TRESSIE VAN BUSKIRK. MAMIE WEXLER, HELEN ARMSTRONG. NELL CARLEY. GLOVER COLTON, WINIFRED DAWSON, LIBERTY DOYLE. JACK HURST. NIARY J. JENNINGS, ISABELLE LASHBROOK. GLEN LEVINSON, VINCENT MELDRUM, BARBARA MIZNER. VELMA NELSON, NOEL SAND. ANITA WATSON. JAMES YOUNG. ROBERT BROMBERGER, FRED BROWN, ALICE BILLINGS. BETTY CARPER, FLORENCE OIXIO CHERRINGTON. EVELYN CHRISTY, SHIRLEY CLAUSEN. PAUL CLAY. HELEN L. CLINE. DOROTHN DAILEY, .IEANETTE ELDRIDGE. JEANNE FAIRBAIRN, MARGARET FINDAHL. EARL GODWIN. RENA GOETTLER. DORIS GUSTAFSON. VIRGINIA HAGGENJOS. DORIS HERMAN. DENA INGRAM. BETTY KENT. MARIAN LINROTHE. VIRGINIA MCCULLOUGH, CLARA MCKIERNAN. MAXINE MOTT. KATHRYN NELSON, CHARLES OLSON, EILEEN PETERSON. MARY K. REED, MARTHA SANDS. ROXANNA SHAY, NELLIE SPERRY, JACK STANDARD, ORA STEPHENSON, ALICE WALDRON, WAYNE WHITE. ROBERT WILKINS, JOHN WORCESTER. JANET YOUNG. ARTHUR ADDIS. LAURA ALBERT, WENDELL ALDERIVIAN, WALTER ALDRICH, LARRY ALEXANDER, LYMAN ALLEN. GRANT ALLISON. NIARGAREI ALSEN, DOROTHY ANDERSON, ARTHUR ANDERSON, TRUIVIAN ANNEGERS, JOHN AUGUSTSON, VERA BEATTY. MARION BECK, MAXINE BECKER, CLAIRE BEEGLE, IMOGENE BENNETT, BOBBY BILLINGS, BETTY BLISS, YVETTE BLOOIVIGREN. BOTRUFF. FRANCES BOWER. ESTHER BOWERS, ELAINE BROWN, WANDA BRUNER. HARRISON BRYAN, CLARE BUCK. WAYNE BURRELL. ROBERT CARLSON, MARIAN CARMODY. GEORGE CARMODY, RUTH CARPER. FLORENCE CHAMBERLIN. REX CHAMBERS. CHARLES CHERRINGTON EVELYN CHRISTY, SHIRLEY CLARK. SAM CLAUSEN. PAUL CLAY, DALE CLAY. HELE CLENDENIN. MYRL CLINE. DOROTHY COHOON JAMES COLLOPY, ANITA COPELAND, ARTHUR COX. MARVIS COZIAHR. WILSON CORDELL. JEANNE CRAFT. EVELYN CRAWFORD. MARY CRITES, ETHEL CRUMP. HARVEY CUNNINGHAM, JUANITA DAILEY. JEANETTE DAVIS, GALE DAVIS. JACK DEWITT, ELBERT DEWITT. LEROY DICK, MILDRED DREW, HORACE DUFFIELD, GENEVIEVE DUFFY. LESLIE DUGGAN, ALBERT DUNCAN. DARRELL DUNCAN, LAWRE DUNCAN, LELA DUNN, WILLIAM ECKELS. EUGENE EDWARDS, ROBERT EFFLAND. KATHERINE EGAN. ROSS EKSTROM. DORIS ELDRIDGE. JEANNE ELIAS. ROBERT EMSTROM. RUTH ERICKSON. MARTHA ERLANDSON, OLGA EWINS, BETTY ANN FAIRBAIRN, MARGARET FENSTERER. LORRAINE FIELDS, VIOLA FINDAHL. EARL FOOTE, DONALD FRAILEY. DOROTHY FRANK. THELMA FRENCH. BERYL FRIEND, CLARENCE FUHR. HELEN FULTON. MILDRED FU NDENBERGER, M SENICDRS GALLOWAY. WARREN GANS. MARGARET GARFIELD, IRENE GENISIO, MARY GIBSON, ELLA GOETTLER. DORIS GODWIN. RENA GOODE, WANDA GRANBERG, PAUL GREASON, MILDRED GREGG. LAWRENCE GREGORY, LEO GUARDALABENE. JAMES GUSTAFSON. VIRGINIA HAGERSTROM, ROBERT HAGGENJOS, DORIS HAGGERTY, ROSE ANNE HALL. ARCHIE HAMERSTROM, JOAN HAND, WILLIAM HANSON, RUTH HARE, LYLE HARLAN, CHARLES HARRIS, MARGARET HARRISON. IVAN HARTLEY. CHARLES HARTMAN, CAROLINE HAYNES, BERNICE HENSLEY. ERNESTINE HERMAN, DENA HERSLOW. FRANCES HERRON, GLADYS HICKS, HOWARD R. HIGGINS, JACK HIGHLAND. LUCY ANNE HILES. LOLA MAE HILGREN. KENNETH HINCHLIFF, HOMER HINEBAUGH. HELEN HODSON, DOROTHAY HOGAN. HELEN HOLCOMB. ELLIS HOLEMAN. EVELYN HORTON, ANNA JANE HOUSE. MARION INGRAM, BETTY INMAN. HAROLD JAMES. RUBY JOHNSON. GLADYS L. JOHNSON, MARGARET JOHNSON, MARTHA JOHNSON, VIRGINIA JOHNSTON. HAROLD JOHNSTON. WILMA KALPACKES, JAMES KALIN. HARVEY KELLOGG, BERNADINE KENT, MARIAN LAFFERTY, FRANCES LAUERMAN, MARTIN SENICDRS SENICDIQS LAWTON, EVAUGHQN LESTER. WILBERT LINDSTROM. EUGENE LINROTHE, VIRGINIA LOGAN, JOHN LONGTON, ALICE LOWELL. GEORGE LUCAN, DORIS LUNDEEN. GLADYS LUNDEEN, ROBERT LUNDGREN. BETTY LYEN. MAXINE MCAULEY. FRANK MCCARTHY, RICHARD IVICCONIBS, HAZEL MCCULLOUGH, CLARA MCKENZIE. HARRIETT MCKIERNAN. MAXINE MCLAUGHLIN. MARY MAGNUSON, CAROLYN MALM, HELEN MARSDEN, LILLIAN METZ, HEWITT MILLER, KATHERINE MILLER, MARYAN MILLS, HAROLD MINGARE. ROSIE MITCHELL, JOSEPH MITCHELL, LOREN MITCHELL, PAULINE MOBERG, LAURENCE MORRIS, ELSIE MORRIS, ROBERT MORRISSEY, HORRELL MOTT, KATHRYN MOYER, FARIS MUREEN. BEVERLY NARR. MARIAN NELSON. CHARLES NELSON. DORIS M. NELSON, DORIS R. NELSON, HOWARD NELSON. KATHRYN NELSON, MARY NELSON, MAXINE NELSON. MERRILL NELSON. RUSSELL NELSON. PAUL OGDEN, HOLLIS OLSON, EILEEN OLSON. VERNON PARKS. MARJORIE PATTISON. LEROY PEMBLE. ELNORA PERARDI. TRESSIE PETERSON, DEAN PETERSON. DOROTHY PETERSON, ENID PETERSON, EVELINE PETERSON. FRANCES ENICDR PETERSON, JEAN PETERSON. MARY K PETERSON, RUTH PIERSON. CARL PORTER. DON PORTER, HARRIETTE POULOS. PETER RAMSEY. HELEN RAY, DAVID REED, IRENE REED. MARTHA REEVES. ARDYT!-IE RILEY. RICHARD RIPPEL. EVA ROBERTSON, MARY ROBSON, DANITA ROGERS. LORRAINE ROGERS, TOM ROOT, MARIAN ROSE, CHARLES ROSENBAUM. ROBERT ROWEN. MARGARET RUTHERFORD. MARY SAND, IONE SANDS, ROXANNA SARGEANT, WILSON SARGENT, ARTHUR SCANNEL. WILMA SCOTT, RICHARD SEDGWICK, JUNE 7, SEPICH. PHYLLIS SEYLLER, WALTER SHAW, GEORGE SHAWLER, WAYNE SHAY. NELLIE SHEPHERD, DAVID SHERMAN, ROBERT SHIPLEY. BERNADINE SHOWERS. BONNIE SHRAGEL. EMMA SIMS. GLADYS SITLER. RICHARD SMITH, HELEN SMITH. HOWARD SMITH. OWEN SNAPP. JAMES SPERRY. JACK STAGGS. ELIZABETH STANDARD, BILLY STANDARD, ORA STEARNS. RICHARD STEPHENSON. ALICE STEPHENSON. CALVIN STONEKING, ALBERT STONER, MARIAN STOTLER, VIOLA STRATTON, CULVER STREED, DOLORES STREED, ROSALIE SWANSON, ARNOLD EIXIICDR EIXIICDIQS ' .. ,, ,,, SWANSON. BILLY SWANSON, DONALD SWANSON, ELEANOR SWICKARD, JAMES TEDERMAN, DONALD THOMAS, MARIE THOMPSON, CATHERINE TIMMONS, JUNIOR TURNBULL, MARY TURNER, EDITH TYCHSEN. RICHARD UNZICKER. JACK VAN BUSKIRK, MAMIE VAN DRUNEN, PETER VITALI. JOSEPH VOIGT, EVELYN WAINRIGHT. JOE WAGER, GENE WAKE, BARBARA WALDOW, VICTOR WALDRON. WAYNE WALKER, RUBY WALTERS, JUNE WALZ. FRANCES WATSON. KATHERINE WATTERS, ROBERT WATTERS, SHIRLEY WESTFALL. EVERETT WEXLER, HELEN WHITE, ROBERT WHITESELL, DONNA , WILK. EILEEN WILKINS. JOHN WILLSON. ARCELLA WILSON, ELOISE WONG, THOMAS WOOD. PAULINE WORCESTER. JANET YOUNG, ARTHUR YOUNG. MARIAN YOUNG. MARJORIE YOUNG, MAX YOUNGREN, HENRY ZACHMEYER, CORNELIUS CLAYTON ESTRADA, ROBERT FLOR- ER. RAYMOND HUNTER, CECIL PETv ERSON AND CARL WILSON DID NOT HAVE PICTURES TAKEN, NOTE: THESE SENIORS WHOSE NAMES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION ARE SENIORS WHOSE STANDING AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST GRADE PERIOD OF THE SEC- OND SEMESTER SEEMED TO INDI- CATE SUCCESSFUL GRADUATION IN JUNE. 1935. WATTERS, ROBERT VICE-PRESIDENT ANNEGERS, JOHN SECRETARY HINCHLIFF. HOMER PRESIDENT ALDRICHI, LARRY TREASURER I. Br 2. THE ALTAR AND THE FIRESIDE SCENE FROM THE CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY. "WHY THE CHIMES RANG". 3. FANNY CAVENDISH PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE FOUNDER OF "THE ROYAL FAMILY". 4. THE P. L. S. CAST OF "BETTY'S PARIS HAT". 5, THE ACTORS WHO PRE- SENTED "THE MESSAGE FROM KHUFU". 6. BEHIND THE SCENES WITH THE G. S. C. STARS IN "BE YOURSELF". 7, "THE ROYAL FAMILY" BELL-HOPS. 8. PALM READING, A SCENE FROM "AN OLD SPANISH CUS4 TOM". 9. THE CHORUS FROM THE BUDGET PEP ASSEMBLY. I I I If QA .9 ABBOTT, ELNORE ABRAMSON. GEORGANA ALLAMAN, JULIA R. ALLEN. VIVIENNE ANDERSON. GAYLORD ANDERSON. LUCILLE N ANDERSON, MARION E ANDERSON, RAYMOND ANDERSON, ROBERT APSEY. FRED ARMSTRONG, NELL ASBURY, EARL BACON. BYRON ASHTON. JACK BARNSTEAD, ROY BAUER, KATHRYN BEATTY, JEAN BELL. DURWARD BELL, LENORA BENSON, KATHERINE BEREGI, HELEN BESSER, MARGARET BESSER, RITA BINZ. MARY BIRD, CHARLES BLIXT, FREDERICK BOAZ, FORREST BONESTEEL, HELEN BOONE, VIVIAN BOOTHE, EDWARD G. BOWLING, BURTON BRADLEY, DON BRADSHAW. RONALD BREEDLOVE. FORREST BRENT, BETTYE J. BRIGHT. GLADYS BROMBERGER, FRED BROWN, ALICE BROWN, ROBERT BRUNER, WALTER BUCK. OWEN BUTLER, JEAN BUTLER. THEDA CABEEN. ROBERT CALLAHAN. EDWARD CARLBERG, LOUISE CARLEY. GLOVER CHERRINGTON. LILA CHITTY, EMILY CHRISTOFFERSON, LOUISE CILLS, JOHN CLAUS, WILMA CLIFFORD. EVELYN CLINE. HENRIETTA COLE. KATHERINE COLTON. WINIFRED JUIXIICDRS COLVER. GLENROSE COLVILLE. ALMA JANE CONN, PAULINE CONNER. ELLOUISE CONNOLLY. DOROTHY COOPER. GENEVA CORDELL, BLANCHE COX, VIRGINIA CRAIG. CRYSTAL CULVER. JANE CUNNINGHAM, EILEEN CUNNINGHAM, FRANK DAHLEEN, RUSSELL DAILY, OLGA DALLEFIELD, ARGYLE DANNA. JASPER DARNELL. MILDRED DAUGHERTY, MARTHA DAVIS. HELEN DAVIS. MARTHA DAWSON, DALE DAWSON. LIBERTY DEARING. RICHARD DEFORREST, LAVERNE DIXON, DALE DODD, RUSSELL DOBSON. LILLIAN DOYLE. JACK DRISCOLL, JUNIOR DUDMAN. MARTHA DUNBAR. VIRGIL DURBIN, GLADYS DURBIN, ROBERT DUVALL. LOIS EKSTROM, CLEMENS ELDRIDGE. BETTY EPPERSON. ALYCE ERICKSON, GLADYS EVERITT. EILEEN FELL, LYLE FERN, GRACE FIELD, LEE FIELDS. ROLLAND FISHER, RICHARD FOLGER, BLANCHE FORMHALS, MARJORIE FOSTER. EARL FOSTER. MAXINE FOUST. PHYLLISEE FO'X, LAVERE FOYE. VIOLA FREDERICK, DARLENE GALYEAN. ESTHER GARDNER. DELBERT GARDNER, HARRY GASH. COSTOMA GENISIO, JOE GETTEMY. JOIHJN GIANAKIS, JIMMIE GOODALE. WILMA GRANBURG. CAROL GREEN. WILLIAM GUENTHER, HAROLD GUNTHER. GORDON GUNTHER. GWENDOLYN HALE. KARL HALL. MINNIE HALLBERG. KENNETH HALLSTROM, LORRAINE HAMBLIN, HELEN HARROD, LORENE HARTHON. WILEY HATFIELD. ROBERT HAWKINSON. MARIAN HEADY. HARVEY HFRRINGTON. KATHERINE HOFFLUND. CLYDE HOLM. WILLIAM HOOTS. DOROTHY HOPKINS. MARLYN HORTON. NEAL HOUCK, HARRY HOIIGH. WAYNE HOUSEL, JAYNE HAUSSMAN. MARGARET HUNT. ADALINE HYNES. VIRGINIA HURST. MARY INGRAM. DELMAS ISAACSON, MILDRED JEFFREY. JAMES JENNINGS, ISABELLE JOHNSON. VIOLAMAE JOHNSON. BARBARA JOHNSON. GEORGIA MAY JOHNSON. HELEN MARIE JOHINSON. JEANETTE JOHNSON, KATHRYN ANN JOHNSON. KENNETH JOHNSON, RAYMOND JOHNSON, ROBERT JOHNSON. ROSA JOHNSON. ROSEMARY KENNEDY, ALICE KITE. FRANCIS LAMB, ARTHUR LASHBROOK. GLENN LAW. CECIL LAWTON. ROSETTA LAWVER. VERNA LEE. CARL LEE. LOWANDA IUNIQRS JUIXIICDIQS 'SPV LESHER, BEATRICE LEVIN, WILLIAM LEVINSON. DALE LEVINSON. VINCENT LONIS. DARLENE LONIS. MORGAN LOPEZ, JUANITA LUND. LOIS LUNDEEN. NORMA LUNDOUIST. MARGUERITE LUVALL. VERNE MCARTHUR. MAX MCCULLOUGH. IRENE MCGAUGHY. STEWART MCGILL. VERNICE MCMASTER, GEORGE MCVAY, JANE MAGOON, CLIFFORD MAGOON. KATHRYN MAHLE. FRANK MALMROSE. LORRAINE MARKS, CHARLES MARSDEN. MARY MASON. RUTH MATHER. HAROLD MATTOCKS. JULIA MECUM. MARION MELDRUM. BARBARA MELDRUM. JOHN MELIN, RICHARD MICHAEL, GENEVIEVE MILES. HARLAN MILLER, MABEL MILLS. MARY MITCHELL. FRANCES MITCHELL, FREEMAN MIZNER, VELMA MODGLIN, WILBUR MORRIS. EDNA MAE MORRIS, JESSE MORRIS, MAC MORRISON, RICHARD MORSS. CHARLES MORTENSON, BETTY MULADY, RAYNOLA MUREEN, ROBERT NELSON. EARL NELSON, ESTHER NELSON, KEITH NELSON. MARTHA NELSON, NOEL NELSON. RAYMOND NOEL. KENNETH NORBURG. RICHARD NYSTROM, ARNOLD NYSTROM. MARGARET O'DEAN, AMARYLLIS OLIN. ALICE OLSON, ALICE OWENS, MARY BETH PACKINGHAM. LYLE PAGE. BEVERLY PALMER, MARIAN PAUL. BETHEL PAYNE. EVELYN PEARSON. BEAULAH PEARSON, HARRIETT PEASE, ILA PELTIER. ERNEST PELTIER, EVELYN PETERSON. ELEANOR PETERSON, MARION PIERSON. OSCAR PII-EL, HERBERT POTTER. HOWARD POULOS. GEORGE POULOS, SOPHIE POWELSON, EILEEN POWERS, LAVERNE POWLESS. RALPH PUMFREY. WALTER OUARFOT, MYRLE OUINN. HELEN RANDELL, PAUL RASMUSSEN. DEBORAH REAMS, WESLEY REEVES. GILBERT REMIER, JOYCE RICHARDSON, WILLIAM RICHARDSON, SARABETH RING, ISABEL 4 Iv RIPPEL, DOROTHY ,, ' ' RISBURG, RUTH ,Uf X , I ROBINSON, JESSIE ROSENOUIST. WALLAQCE RYAN. HATTIE SAND. ANITA SANDBERG. HAROLD SANDS, VIRGINIA SCHEERER, BETTY SCHREIBER, STANLEY SCOTT, MARY V. SCOTT, PATRICIA SCOTT, ROBERT SEARL.. DON SEELEY, ANNE SELK, REX SHAFMAN, MABLE SHAFMAN, MARGARET SHOTWELL, HAROLD SHRAGAL, SWANIE SIMMONS, JOHN IUIXIICDRS SMITH. HOWARD SMITH, PHILIP STIARWALT, JAMES STEPHENS. MADELINE STEWART, LAVERNE STODD, ELMER STOKE, JEANETTE STUBBS. MAX STUKEY, MARION SWANSON, GEORGE SWEBORG, DOROTHY SWIGART, LAVERNE TAYLOR. EUGENE TEEL, IVINE THIERRY, LORRELL THOMAS, ERNEST THRUNE, EDWARD TILLY, RITA TRACY. DALE TRACY. HELEN TRAVIS, MARCELLA TULIN, STANLEY TURNER, EDNA TYLER, WINIFRED ULLRICK, MARIELLA ULLRICH. MARIELLA UPSON. NINA VOIGT. MAX WALBERG, EULA WALKER. BEATRICE WALKER, RICHARD WALLACE, FRANK WALZ, GERTRUDE WARNER, OLIVER WATSON, JAMES WEAVER. MARY WEBSTER, CHARLES WEDAN, CAROLE WHITESELL, WILLIS WHITESIDE. WESLIE WILSCAM. CHARLES WOOD, RUTH WOOD, PATRICIA WOOLSEY. JOHN WRIGHT, GEORGE WRIGHT. JACK WYCOFF. JOSEPH-INE YOUNG. ROBERT YOUNGREN, MARION TOP ROW: SMITH, HUNT. WHITESIDE, REEVES, SLOAN. BRIGHT, CEBERT, ALBRIGHT, CASE, BLANTON. 4TH ROW: MRS.SHELDON. DAVISON, DUFFY. DICK, ECKLUND. CARTER, CARLSON, CARLSON. DORAN, CORDELL. MR. BURTON. 3RD ROW: MISS HILKER. CARLSON. CHINN. DUNBAR. DURBIN. POULOS. CLINE. CORRAN. WINDER. WOOLEY. 2ND ROW: WHITE, WESTBERG. CARLSON. WORRALL, WAYMACK, WOOD, NELSON. CLAY. CARLSON, CATRON, DUNCAN. 1ST ROW: DUNCKLE. CUTLER, WILLIS. WILCOXEN. WYCALL, WESTERGREN. CARLTON. CARLSON. WITHERELL. WHERLEY. TOP ROW: POWELL. MACE, PORTER. PREDMORE. ROLLINS. PENCE, MCCLANAHAN. SANDSTROM. LAUER, MISS JOHNSON. MISS MOFFITT. 4TH ROW: PETERSON. POWELSON. SKIDMORE. SANDEEN. SIMPSON. RYNER. PETTIT, PETERSON. RITCHIE, SHOLL, ROWE, 3RD ROW: LEIGHTY. MCCLURE. JOHNSON. KENNEDY. LINDER. LINDROTH. LINDER, LARSON, SHANER, LUSK. ZND ROW: MATHERS. RANSOM, PEREZ. SHUGART, REEVES. PEAVEY. ROGERS. QUICK, PEREZ, REID. REED. IST ROW: MCLAUGHLIN. KOST, MANWORRELN, LIPES. LESTER. JOHNSON. LARSON. LYNCH. JONES, MACKLIN. SCP!-ICDMCDIQES J. N . X ,l l. X4 fiiihfib ... - . '17 fy . f 'N l QI I ff :"f . Eilllilf Yi SGPH 7" Q . ICDIVICDIQES TOP ROW: SPERRY. TULIN. SNYDER. VESTAL. WAGER. THOUREEN. HAYSER. TEDERMAN. SWEBORG VAUGHN. SWANSON. 4TH ROW: MCCOLLUM. KRASE. KENNEDY. MORAN. NELSON. LINN. MASON O'DONNELL. MCKAY. E.NELSOI'I MRS. WHIPPLE. 3RD ROW: MR. HARSHBARGER. THOMAS. STEGALL. THURMAN. VAN DRUNEN. WATTERS, STAKE CONDITT. SWANBERG. SWAGERT, MCCAUGHEY. 2ND ROW: H. NELSON. MASON. LAWRENCE D. NELSON. NEELD. MILLS. LIGMAN, MARINER. LINROTHE. SMITH. IST ROW: WAKEFIELD. VONDELO. CHAPMAN. THOMAS. SWANSON. TRACY, TENNERY. STRASBURGER TULIN, SWANSON. TOP ROW: MILLER. BOOZ. BOWEN. BRUNER. BAUGHMAN. AMISON. BERGWALL. BINGE, LINDSTRUM MOATS. BROOKS. BARNSTEAD, BOHAN. 4TH ROW: MR. AITCHISON. MCBROONI. BIRDSALL. BERRY. BROWN. ALLEN. BINGE. BOUGHAN. BJORK. R. ALLEN. BIVENS. ANGEL, LUNDEEN. 3RD ROW: MISS SCHROTBERGER. BENEDICT, BURG. BRYAN. ANDERSON, ASBURY, CARL. BRIGHT. BENSON, BAKER. BOYD, MOBERG. 2ND ROW: BROWN, CARLEY. BELL. ALTENBURN. CLAY. ALDRICH. BLOOMBERG, ANDERSON. BRODINE, BROWN, MCCREIGHT. IST ROW: BERRY. BEEGLE. BURKHALTER. BURGLAND. CALLAHAN. D. ANDERSON. BAKER. M, ANDERSON, AVEY. BADGETT, J. BROWN. TOP ROW: SHEELEY, SANDBURG. SAUTER. ROLLINS. RITCHIE, SEYLLER. PENDERGAST, MR. SEILER. ZND ROW: PITMAN, SEWARD, SCOTT. STEWART. ROBERTSON, ROOT, SNOOK, PETERSON. IST ROW: PORTER. ROGERS. SIMPKINS, SMITH. SMITH, SHAW. SNAPP, PHILLEO, ROBERTS. TOP ROW: DAVIS, FOSTER. DOYLE. FONES, GARRETT. DAVIDSON, ERICSON. MR.SWINTON. 2ND ROW: FLINN, ERICSON, DULANEY. DEWITT, DICKERSON, DOWNIE. FULTON, DICKERSON, DAVIS. 1ST ROW: CRANE. FOUTS. FOSBERG. CRAFT. CLOPINE. CRAFT. ERLANDSON. ENSLEY. DUGAN. SQPHQMQRES nv. - Cl Q-. , unui . ...- "'f1Ih laallla SLK 0 I :N ,f H4 I . :gp ll' V N --"::n'I SQPI-IQIVICDRES K I". IISII-gn 12. 'I 1 3 . X1 .IEE-5:-1-ll' -.I ll' TOP ROW' UNZICKER. WESTFALL. WEAVER WINDON. WEIDENHAMER. TAYLOR. TAPPER, WINN. TUTHILL. WITHERBEE. MR. REHLING. 4TH ROW: TAYLOR. STOTTS. THORNE. WOODWARD. WEXLER. WESTERGREEN. WOOLSEY. SWEDLUND. FELT, GARDNER. GOLDOUIST. 3RD ROW: MISS DUKE. JOHNSON. GROSS. HAWKINSON. ERICKSON. ENNIS EMSTROM. JOHNSON. HIGGINS. GEHRING, GROSSMAN. GIBERSON. 2ND ROW: WATTAS. THURMAN. STRONG. WEBBER. WILSON. WILCOX. TRACY. TILLY. SUNDOUIST. SZERLONG. INMAN. 'IST ROW: GROSS. HALLAS, INGLES. HESS HALL. HUGHES. HOLMOUIST. HERMAN. JOHNSON. GARVER. HARRISON, GRIIFFITH. TOP ROW: MISS OLSON. MITCHELL. MEGGINSON. PARSONS. OAKES. NELSON. NENIGAR. OATMAN. MORRISON. HOOD. MR. FREEMAN. ATH ROW: GODWIN. HAIGHT. HART. JAMES. KEMP, HOWE. GERKEN HARDINE. JOHNSON. R.JOHNSON. GEHRING. 3RD ROW: PAGE. MEADOWS. NEMETH. PARNELL. MAYHALL. NELSON. F. NELSON. G. NELSON. MOORE MUREEN. 2ND ROW: GOLDSTONE. HORTON. HUNT. HENDRIICKS, JACKSON. GLOVER KELLY. E.JOHNSON. HAIGHT. GIBSON. HORNEY. IST ROW: PEABODY. M. NELSON. MITCHELL. OLSON. MILLER. PEAK. PALOUIST. AUSTIN. MEYER. MONSON. MELICK. PARK. MR. MOYERYCOUNCILOR DOYLE-215 WESTFALL+2O HORTONi226 BRIGHT-IO KENIP-305 LINDSTROM-IOO GARDNER+21I NELSON-304 CARLEY-25 MISS SWANSON WEAVER-210 ARMSTRONGYZIZ EVERITTg2'I4 CONNER7222 ALLISON-104 ALDRICH-III BROMBERGERf'lO6 FINDAHLKAIOZ WATSON13O6 SPERRYYIOS SNAPP-303 PARNELL-120 WORRAL-113 GOODALE-230 MELDRUM+225 SWAGERT-IO3 LUNDGREN-220 .IENNINGS-227 ROBINSON-231 WORCESTER-'I32 NELSON-127 BROWN-300 DUNKLE-1 RUTHERFORD-A200 KOST-321 BURGLAND--125 HOLNIOUIST+32O SKIDNIORE-224 WATTERS-IO1 COUNCILMEN NOT INCLUDED IN PICTURE: ANNEGERS-107 HOLST-322 GODWINiI12 JOHNSON-227 CQUNCII Each year at the beginning oi the school term, the advisories elect representatives to act as a Iinlt be- tween the Faculty and the student body. -Ihese students Iorm the Advisory Council, a valued organi- zation in our high school. The council accomplished many projects this year. It conducted the sale ol activity ticlcets, the Reflector campaign, and the sale oI ticlcets Ior the district and sectional tournaments. For the Iirst time in its history the council had a party. -l-his Iirst annual dance vvas held January eighteenth, having a congressional theme. Qur student representatives exhibited real co-operation and spirit in malcing 1934-35 a successIul school year. .T A. PLAY Time success oltlwetlwree act com- edy, ff-Ilne Royal Familyv, by George Kaufman and Edna l:erber lay in its clever clwaracterizations ol a tempera- mental Family of actors and actresses. Directed by lVlr.XXfl1ite,an all-student cast presented tlwe play quite pro- fessionally in tlwe Iwiglw scliool audi- torium on December eleventli. The play gave an opportunity For a number ol seasoned actors to exliibit tlieir talent and introduced promising new material. Much ol time success of ffTl1e Royal Familyw was due to tlsie many vvlwo assisted in bacl4 stage vvorl4. The money de- rived Irom tlie P. -I. A. play vvas given to tlde library and tlwe Student Welfare Fund. FANNY CAVENDISH i FRANCES LAFFERTY JULIE CAVENDISH HELEN FUHR TONY CAVENDISH GLOVER CARLEY GWEN DORIS HAGGENJOS HERBERT DEAN RALPH POWLESS KITTY DEAN DOROTHY ALSEN PERRY STEWART JOHN WILKINS GILBERT MARSHALL JOHN ANNEGERS OSCAR WOLFE ROBERT YOUNG DELLA EULA WALBERG JO WALTER BRUNER MCDERNIOTT JOHN MCCAUGHEY GUNGA FRED BROIVIBERGER MISS PEAKE MARIAN NARR HALLBOY BILLY SWANSON ANOTHER HALLBOY EDWARD JOHNSON CHAUFFEUR FRANK MCAULEY BELLBOY JOHN LOGAN I IIXI IVIEIVICDRIAIVI ELI GRAHAM JUNIOR BORN MAY 1, 1918 DIED JANUARY 27, 1935 EILEEN CUNNINGHAM JUNIOR BORN NOVEMBER 17, 1917 DIED APRIL 8, 1935 FLORENCE WAKEFIELD SOIPHOMORE BORN APRIL 25. 1918 DIED MARCH 15. 1935 MR. LEWIS J. MILLER JANITOR BORN JANUARY 17, 1867 DIED MARCH 5, 1935 SPCDRTS ' 1 Built 1917 O Remodeled 1934 A BRIEF HISTQRY Several vveelcs alter tlwe opening olscl1ool,tl1e students noticed the absence ol vvorlcmen around the gymnasium and were pleased to learn that the vvorlc ol remodeling tlnat building was completed. I The Armory vvas no longer to be tlie scene o. G. l'l. S. activities, lor tlie nevv gymnasium pro- vided ample accommodation lor paslcetball games and graduation exercises. , . , . .VY lVlr. Gillespie, Director oi Athletics, was originally responsible lor the idea oi the enlarged gymnasium. ln 1930, he suggested that it might be possible to build another larger playing Floor by adding another story to the old gym. This possibility was considered bythe Board of Education and plans were prepared by lVlr. Harry Aldrich, Architect. At this time however, other school building needs made it impractical to enlarge the gym- nasium. When Federal funds lor civic projects were made available through the C. W. A. in 1933, the vvorlc ol remodeling vvas begun. The job vvas completed during Qctober 'i934, and the nevv building was formally ded- icated by a basketball contest in which our Silver Strealcs defeated Springfield, the illinois State Champions oi 1934-35. Every student has enjoyed the nevv gymnasium and the class oi 1935 toolc special pride in being the First class to be graduated at exercises held in the gymnasium. f :A .-,. fa um. :, yi 1' -r- ,af ii. . A FIRST ROW: SNAPP. EDWARDS, EKSTROM. WALKER. HARRISON. GREGORY. MOYER. GARDNER. SECOND ROW: GIANAKIS, WATTERS. THOMAS. DODD, SCOTT, DUNCAN, MORRISSEY, BOCOX. THIRD ROW: POULOS. WATSON. MORRIS. STEPHENSON. HAGERSTROM. TEDERMAN. NELSON. LESTER. FOOTBALL SCORES G. H. S, 7 BURLINGTON 13 G. H. S. 6 DAVENPORT 20 G. H. S. 6 MOLINE 32 G. H.S, 7 ROCKISLAND I5 G. H. S. I9 MACOMB 8 G.H.S. O E.MOLINE 13 G. H. S. O KEWANEE 41 G.H.S. 26 NIONMOUTH I2 HERE THERE THERE HERE HERE THERE THERE HERE SCGRE: Galesburg Q6, Monmouth 'lQl So ended the football year of 1934 with Galesburg talcing third place in the Big Nine Conference by virtue of this victory. Since three schools have withdrawn from the Big Nine Conference, it will be replaced next fall by a Big Six Conference consist- ing of Kevvanee, Moline, Roclc lsland, East Moline, Monmouth and Galesburg. Since there were only three veterans in the lineup,the team was quite inexperienced. Fourteen seniors, Morrissey, Gregory, Snapp, Lester, Watters, Scott, Bocox, l-ederman, l-larrison, l-lagerstrom, Moyer, Stevenson,Edvvards and Duncan graduated in June leaving Dodd, Elcstrom, Gardner, Gianalcis, Morris,Nelson,l'homas,Wall4er and Watson to form the backbone of next yearls team. We hope Galesburg will be as successful in its athletics un- der the Big Six as it has been under the Big Nine. FIRST ROW' SMITH, DEWITT. BUCK. STEARNS. ALDRICH. E, JOHNSON, SECOND ROW: DUNCAN, MCCARTHY. WATSON. MORRISON. AFSEY, DOYLE. BOTTOM ROW: HOLM. BOWLING. EKSTROM. R.JOHNSON, SWIGART, STEFHENSON. G. H, S. 17 BURLINGTON G, H. S. 21 SPRINGFIELD G. H, S. Z7 KEWANEE G. H. S. 20 PRINCETON G. H. S. 22 CANTON G. H. S. 38 ROCK ISLAND G. H. S. 17 CANTON G. H, S. 27 MONMOUTH G. H. S. 33 GENESEO G. H. S. 25 EAST MOLINE G. H. S. 17 MOLINE G. H. S, 35 KEWANEE G. H, S. 35 OUINCY G. H, S, 26 MONMOUTH G.H.S. 35 MOLINE 18 17 13 14 19 27 9 20 27 23 I4 Z7 19 23 24 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT .S, 51 v1oLA .s. 34 ABINGDON .s. 26 KNoxv1LLE SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT .S, 32 EAST PEORIA .S. 24 FAIRVIEW .S. 33 KNOXVILLE STATE TOURNAMENT . S. 31 PEKIN For the third time in lour years Galesburgls team vvon the Big Nine championship and gained permanent possession olthetraveling trophyvvhich was ollered by the conference to the First school to obtain three champion- ships. But even greater is the lact that Coach Phillips' lighters easily shoul- dared their vvay through the district and sectional tournaments and journeyed tothe state meet. Fortvventy consecutive games,the Silver Streaks were undefeated and ran up a total of 595 points as compared with the 384 points oltheir opponents. -l-he lirst and last games marl4ed the only deleats ol the season. Burlington defeated G. l-l. S. in the initial game of the season by one point. The other defeat vvas in the state meet with Peldn talcing the better side ol a 39 to 31 score. l-lovvever, as a consolation, Galesburg up to the time ol the Pekin game vvas the only team in the state which had not been defeated by another lllinois team. -l-his is indeed a record ol which Galesburg should be proud. I TRACK TOP ROW: DUEADS, SAUTER. SCOTT. SEYLLER, LUNDEEN MOYER. JOHNSON. ANNEGERS. TAPPER. THOMAS. SILLS, GARDNER. SECOND ROW: WHITE. FOOTE. SWIGART, WATSON, DAVIS. R. DOYLE. HORTON. WALKER. CALLAHAN. WESTFALL, UNZICKER, KITE. FIRST ROW: DAWSON, ASHTON. EKSTROM. WHITESELL. J. DOYLE. DEWITT. ALLEN, HARDINE, WENN SEWARD, SEARLS, ANDERSON. WWW 4 . . l N is iii, A HQ""l3 tg gf. gf . 4 -s . W . Af TRACK RECCDRDS 50 yd. Dash-Shawler, 1934 . . . 5.6 sec. 100 yd. Dash-T. Murphy, 1939 . 10.1 sec. Pole Vault--G. Dutton, 1933 . . 19 lt. Mile Run-Shroeder,1996 . 4 min. 36 sec. Shot Put-R. Anderson, 1930 . 43 Ft. 4 in. Javelin Throw-R. Scott, 1935 . . 169 ft. 440 yd. Run N. l-lorton, 1935 . . 51.8 sec. High Jump--J. Doyle, 1935 . . 5 ft. 85 in. 190 yd. l-ligh l-lurdles-J. Tulin, 1933 . 15.3 sec. Discus Throw-W. Crawford, 1995 . 115 Ft. 10 in. 880 yd. Run-R. Meyer, 1996 . 9 min. 3 sec. Broad Jump-l"'l. Smith, 1996 . . 90 Ft. 105 in. 990 yd. Low l-lurdles-J. Tulin, 1933 . . 95 sec. l-lop, Step and Jump-l'l. Smith, 1996 . 43 ft. 3 in. 990 yd. Dash-T. Murphy, 1939 . . 99.4 sec. Mile Relay P. Pruett, R. Gunther, J. -lulin, M. Robertson, 1933 . 3 min. 39.5 sec. l-lalf Mile Relay-T. Murphy, R. Klinger, W. Anderson, J. Tulin, 1939 . . 1 min. 33.6 sec. Two Mile Relay-Cederoth, l"l. Shroeder, J. Murphy, G. Shroeder, 1997 . 8 min. 99.6 sec. Medley Relay-J. Tulin, T. Murphy, Steele, R. Klin3er,1939 . . 3 min. 45 sec. was E ' 1.2-.2 425 1-11, 152 HE :sag 11:22. --gan: .1 23: 75" :SZ -51. 'Fifi ,ips ,1.1f ,. tvraii 41221-'12 L -:4:::g5:i'A,.-rx :av A z..:3',.'5:?:, , Y' 'zz- 'egyf .:2:. 3. 'fsgasf ' 'ff Mil?" 753222 i' .12 .52 .'1f 'f ' 41:Lf1i:11. '39 1" '1 1: , to 15- ixf ltx .rszfx A2221 ' 555 -331:53 -23514 su: -,511 X N 4, 17? " iz. 223 - 121 11' wry:-If H -':35Z:' V'5E. . r 32. .f- . ., .. ., , f .. sg :4 . ik ' gr.-vfjfflf., . nxt iris. kAQ CHEER LEADERS BURRELL GRAHAM HOWE TDP ROW: BEDNAR. LUNDEEN SEILER UNZICKER. DOYLE WESTFALL, HARDINE HIGGINS BOTTOM ROW: MCKAY. DEWITT. BROWN LINDSTROM. WENN. PITTMAN, WEXLER MARINER TRACY. SCDPI-ICDMCDRE SPCDIQTS Last Septemlverthe call for underclassmen who wished to participate in pony football was an- swered by thirty-Five sophomores. These boys soon showed the ability and stamina which will prove valuable to the varsity during the next two years. With Mr. phillips and lVlr. Freeman coaching them, the Tiger Cubs played live games, finishing with two Wins, two defeats, and one tie. These games were played with the second teams from East Moline, lVloline, Monmouth, Roclc lsland and Kewanee. This year lVlr. Bednar assumed the coaching respons- ibilities of pony baslcetball. ln response to his call at the opening ol the season, lorty-five sophomores responded lor practice. This number was later cut to lilteen. The squad suffered From lacl4 ol height and experience but because ol their Fighting spirit they were able to win six out ol thirteen games played. No trophies were offered to pony teams in either football or basketball, but the experience gained by these players made all of the time spent in practice well worth while. 'sh mia, is bf wi , A-GH-V." v 233 .2 ss .::, ' J. .rw mf, i' ' vm .Q A ' . 1, ,, -fgfazs T ..,,f. ,JAZZQ r ...,1f-sggd: . T ig .,'- 2 .matt J ' team 32" .i : :Qig- :1 151, - A -Jes" rliafia '- lf 3i2Q'9f7:P t., :., , we . -SK A' L ' V: sfis 122255 ffl 'xiii diff' full' 'n 'iz' 'xii za:- 'z -.,, 1.. qw . Mn ' Jaw' iglz fji, xg, . 1.. giirk -an' issgfn N H xiii, -xiii. , wiv' gm:-.f, a ge, if-Et -' hi. A ., ,sa I. 5 fy. ig. ip ij-54 TOP ROW DUEADS. ROOT. DAVIDSON. THORNE BARNSTEAD. KEMP. SCOTT, SEILER BERRY HARDINE. WESTFALL. WENN, PHILLIPS. EMA FRE N, BOTTOM ROW: SAUTER. UNZICKER GEHRING DAVIS. PITTMAN, LUNDEEN ROBERTSON. DEWITT. DULANEY, WITHERBEE ALLEN, SEWARD. MCKAY, NELSON. 'Diff l?.. 7 .1C 9 N .:, ..-4 'fi 37: ' ' is 12 ,3 "I fi' l sv I5 v 4? '25 462 V J .. , QS A '135 . -.c .HV 'PLZ ffggm. .geek is-.xv fyznyg, x H ,PK . 2' +92 . ' 'K-rw ag! . x . X 'K ff, . if sa Q, x 94 s . . L .J ' sp 'W x 'Z x c-, ua Y 'fx 4. as , X' 'Po Sf' ' X. . :tea . .P .2 9 ai' X 1 vi ,538 5 Si CLUB Science Baslcetball Team, second place WESTFALL. TEDERMAN, HIGGINS, SWANSON, WHITE. CALLAHAN. Franlclin Swimming Team, second place H,ATFlELD, ANDERSON. NELSON. ALBERTS, METZ. JEFFRIES. Collectors Swimming Team, tlwird place HAGERSTROM. MOBERG. ROSENOUIST, H. NELSON. BURRELL. Collectors Baseball Team,tied for second FRIEND. COZIAHR. C, NELSON. FINDAHL. ROSENOUIST. WALDRON. SANDBURG. SITLER. Lincoln Baseball Team, tied lor second TIMMONS, ALDRICH. KALIN. SELK, DOYLE. BOWEN. WEBSTER. WOOLSEY. liranlclin Baslcetball Team, tied lor lirst POWERS, BRADLEY. DRISCOLL, BUCK, CLAUSEN. LAWRENCE, ANDERSON. H. NELSON. ., ,. M .A Q: 'x .g'1:. ' 'Z dk wiv 'zzz' - .iss . --.K '7:::f 'Hill' ' 3:51. . Qfflx "Elf . 13.4. 2:30 .:::'- - , .,.,., 2- , zz , W... . q ', .91 ,X afzkgkrf 2 ..::,, Marx , .wr 13.2 . il .' .5 V "L, 1 'gk I L SPCDIQTS Franklin Baseball -leam,tl1ird place HOLCOMB, BUCK. CLAUSEN. KITE. LINDSTROM. JEFFRIES. CLAY, RILEY, HUNTER. LUNDEEN. ANDERSON. Science Baseball Team, tied for second STEARNS, MCCARTHY. WESTFALL, SWIGART. SARGEANT. SWANSON, LAUERMAN, BOWLING APSEY. CALLAHAN. Lincoln Swimming -l-eam, tiecl lor first WAINRIGHT. KALIN. ANNEGERS, ROSE. WHITESELL. STUBBS. Lincoln Basketball -l-eam, tied For first POWLESS, WHITESELL. SELK. YOUNG. KALIN. WOOLSEY. K. ALDRICH. ROSE. Science Swimming Team, tiecl lor first TEDERMAN. GREGORY. SCOTT, WITHERBEE. SAUTER. Collectors Basketball Team, tiecl For first WALDRON, ROSENOUIST. THOMAS. MOBERG. H. NELSON, FINDAHL, REEVES. BURRELL. 555 .- l 4 s 'Q ' 0 2 ' .Q -Q " 1 'SW' fl v 9 . ss 71+ 'f,.,g, 23.25, , f..,, gek . E . .gk REE:- 2, . , t 2 ' Z ' . 'H ku, dug.- :,. , sf f, .s 1 tt gr .f 42' .17 tg, 1 ,if .W 'L as :- f 2 0 a .sw-. ,gs .QR "2f ' 2f1' ' 12 'f 'si 'zmihz aa 4, 1. f" fl:. W . ' P3552 IZ. 'f57f?f'2' 1. gi, . :ri am, - 'Y wi- . Q ,, if '.1IE:?'- 5:11, 5:12 msg- ' N fy ws ..,:tz, 4:-113, ii' 515' ' - is , ' N x3tf1,gf5'.:' :S Ez. .af Pi. 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The program was concluded by a waltz -' ls- tgjtt .2 4771, Qt 2- 9 s P ' 3- ,3 N. 5 n m - a j .' ras- 'cs wr . 'ii'-gf 3.-'111f ..31, 52 f.::1z"rs:-me 1 , 'Zi SPCDIQTS slwowing bow tfme dance is carried over into social life. This was presented by boys and girls of the different clubs who toolc part in dance practice after sclwool. Club baslcetball provided an ex- cellent opportunity for many girls to display tlweir atbletic ability. ln tbe girls' club basketball tournament tlwe Annies were victorious after bard fouglwt battles vvitlw tfie Lizzies and Science. Tlwe Annie team was composed of: forwards, Sbirley Watters and l-lelen Tulin, centers, Katlw- ryn Davison and Harriett Tulin, guards, Marian Tfioureen and Tressie Perardi. F' 5' 'I' f15'f5'f' ':I':I- .Ag 75,11 ':. u. f 'gf f A jg, 1. ffg- 's-,I gg' '11-:f -411.-1 .-Na, W .::- ,aff :4:" :fi:24ff- ,g, A ,ggggs Mfg, .::..., ,ax .5 ,. nm: mf- 1.3. ,o,,7,A,4,:, ,.,,. .L Q:-tx' -:::::' '?::::, 1. 4- 1' 'zsbf 'Q-I--' 'zrffifm Q :.. 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For the second time the Collectors entered the triangular debates. ln sports the club placed second in soltball and tied Ior Iirst in baslcetball. The Collectors and Laurians chose the theme of ffYe Qlde Pilgrim Daysv Ior their party on November twenty-sixth. The two clubs joined in a fcpleasure Cruiseff on April twenty-sixth. 7.. ,Collector members celebrated by picniclcing at Storey on the last day of school. As a Iinal n o each graduating member received a B. C. C. 1 lx I IFN .5 I' r AHRE 65 -' A411-1 '-112, ' 12522-2 1. 355' w r. .Q Rx 31524 'iff .:- .:.,. 'Lani' ai j. 'Q'fQ2'1,g 'Sig Q: . 'Q-,fi-Has, ds: 51-:Exp 'zfg 5+ .,:5,53. 3-170 'tfgvizzw 1f '?ve .w .11-2. 'V ' "za , N., ,N - ...UI ....,, sm. .4 3321: - X. .. ts . t. S- f.' M, s w. '- 1' ,mu K. V' 'ff ?i:1:,:fS,':tx 72. . W .. sygfggy, - 'sew' In .ggilfa 7 'f K. X fav ,va il'L-123145 -at WIN. 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WAYNE WILCOY. KEITH MR DAM BERG ADVISOR ALLISON MARGARET ANDERSON MARIAN ARMSTRONG NELL BEATTY JEAN BEATTY MARIAN BLISS YVETTE BONESTEEL HELEN BURGLAND, KATHRYN CHRISTY. SHIRLEY CLINE, DOROTHY COLTON. WINIFRED DALLEFIELD, ARGYLE ELDRIDGE, BETTY ELDRIDGE, JE'ANNE EWINS. BETTY ANNE FAIRBAIRN MARGARET FELT, HARRIET FUHR HELEN GEHRING. FRANCES GOETTLER, DORIS GOODE. WANDA GUNTHER, GWENDOLYN GUNTHER, VIRGINIA HOGAN, HELEN HOUSEL. JAYNE JENNINGS, ISABELLE JOHNSON. MARGARET JANE JOHNSON MARTHA KENNEDY ALICE KENT MARIAN LAFFERTY FRANCES KOST HELEN MCCLANAHAN MARY MAGOON KATHRYN MELDRUM BARBARA NELSON DORIS NELSON MARTHA NELSON NOEL OLSON ALICE PARKS MARJORIE PARSONS VIRGINIA PEAK PATSY PETERSON MARIAN RICHARDSON SARABETH ROBSON, DANITA ROWE. JEAN SPERRY JANE STOKE. JEANETTE STRASBURGER BABETTE STUCKEY, MARIAN TENNERY, JUNE TRACY, FRANCES VAN BUSKIRK, MAMIE VOIGT, EVELYN WAKE. BARBARA WHITESELL, DONNA WOOD, PATRICIA WORCESTER JANET MISS WHITE ADVISOR ' ,T W3 'Li I' Trfyiiinw nz s .mx 'zfrf - 5 -see wx- .351 'Ir' L , -is ,sz 1:7 ., , '-5511135 fgi gr: :xx W. X . tug- Aff?" .YQ wsu- as it i.-af ,-Q , - .Nc .,:, 'QQISPZX fifgj. , '40 'ini' ' 1' 'a -s '1' .m e tt gpg 4. Q.. it .:5' is ,f W- -:thu g ffaviz .gzzzg 12- 11:5 if 'ZZ ,gl ,f-315 'EY . 5114 1, ,, -.xzgffzg L, 'apr , 1 wr: s, f1v,:,w gs - 3, ,szrff asm g . 'Zta-Q -W Ms-I f.. Q... . mg? -3353, . ag. ,ts ,...:: -mx , ...,,, f hm X. 51- N .gf Q .- .. fs 1' ,, . ,5 gffz. ,Q 1,-IX 1. .sig 1' 21315- 'ggztsp Sf' 41-si . '42 :.-sz.-1-t 1: -f-.1,,,5 -' .- az -all-L: 42 -fx. 15i:Lt:- " 23 .5-. A521211 xii 1' 'rr 'sift .ag ., -.Q ,gy gm. tn ' xg.. .11 .si ,z 2. 31:21. gat.. , 32:11. mate- figrgv 'am f' 31- wsska' .. ii, .F N55 az- -f ,., .K up ' S Q 4 9552, ,, mm. ,.:f::, 1 'bv 1121: 3325 - 33: ,g. "9" Q ,'?i121Qs1:- f'?.f1- 555525 eggs Q. 1225 2: 4. -I-:f:i:::, s:: - ' 21354. ,Z-twff.. if-17:1-I+, -IX 1' k't5i-11 . .-:F'! Elizcibefhon Liferciry Society Gazing through the Reflector, our telescope, at the constellation Elizabethan, We perceive in it this year Iilty-eight stars. At the second grading period they regained their lead in brilliancy over the other constellations of the G. l-l. S. sl4ies. Their represent- atives outshone all other groups in debate. I When the sLizziev moon, once crescent, ex- panded to its lull proportions on November seven- teenth, they held their grand lete, -- KA Rhapsody in Bluew. According to custom, the stars sipped tea with their mothers on Valentineys Day. With the Lincoln constellation a benefit assembly vvas presented on lVlay tenth, the proceeds being donated to a school project. The basltet K shooting stars vw were also visible lor a Ievv eve- nings emerging from their Iirst Iray victorious. Then lollovved on lvlaytvventy-ninth,the s, ' lestival,andlastly,beloredisappearinglrom i w September'l 935, a larevvell Ieastvvas held o i fi' gf' xxw it qv Q ,J'l! X 66 'V "3.?w'?' 1 av 22:22 5? 3 if ,s 'Q' sf ,Quiz Fronklin Deibofing Club With a polished Austin as the centerpiece lor the F. D. C. auto show the social events of the Franlc- linswere launched successfully. Un Februarytvventieth, the banquet was held with professor Beauchamp as the spealcer. The social activities ended with a spring Irolic on May eighteenth. ln debating, the namesalces of Benjamin ollered competition to all concerned. The Franlclins sponsored a baseball championship cup but toolc Iourth place in the struggle for it. ln the inter-club aquatic contest the Franlclins splashed through to third place. Baslcet- ball was the last ol the sports to tal4e place with F. D. C. tying for Iirst. ,np At the beginning of the year, the club donated d f,QgI encyclopedia to the library. The Franlclins ga Q ds to be used for stage equipment. On this I , ith the Girls' Science Club, they presented ff nelit assembly, ffBe Voursellw. .-illfiftff I I 1 X535 67 . N. 54 .2-,ta .::- ' - Q Us ,su .Jax ' 114:51 1 113191 f A J is I QHQT' iekf 5153111. 41-I . I E2'T:211' H333 M i .' 2: '24 .if W J iz '45 uf' -ew: ' . ,gf gg s. ..., J, .WS " "ai : FAQS: 'isii fiiazfs , ,, " '5i2E1f' 3ii?5Z?- . 1-?3'.s: 1' XFX? Hfpjujz 1 . .. :22. I A. .ZF . I t I, -1 I 'siltaffff fix? I ., .. .. .4 If .1 ,ZW ni ,, ...f f M If z. 533, ,QQ - V. '55 :wit . wrt" , gg., 1-I. yr.. 49 As. Aww 'Q 'agiaw 2,1 fi. aff zzz' Inf. lit wiiiz . 4 "'q4:::. ' ala, 1 4 Az- 'gales ' , U. J gu jis .ta I a f sg Sadat' ,. at zz. Afxfflgis. ? ,,r' in-L if ,s ax ss ,522 il IES fm. twig, .64 mv in s 1239122 div" . .sw 151:- -5. 32,4 -..'::Siis a.?',.i:z, , 1 11' 'lm ? B , WM? 'z E535 tif: ALBERT, WENDELL ANDERSON, GAYLORD ANDERSON, RAYMOND AUGERSON DALE BELL JOHN BIRD, CHARLES BRADLEY. DON BROOKS. ROLLAND BROWN. LEROY BUCK, OWEN CHAMBERLAIN REX CHAMBERS, CHARLES CLLAUSEN, PAUL CLAY, DALE COHO-ON, JAMES COQLIER, ROBERT DA, SON, DALE DQWNIE, THOMAS DREW, HORACE URISCOLL, JUNIOR EMERY, LEWIS ERICSON, DUANE FISHER, RICHARD GARDNER, HARRY GEHRING, WEBSTER HAIGHT, WILLIAM HARTHON. WILEY HATFIELD, ROBERT HENDRICKS, THEODORE I-IINCHLIFF. HOMER HOLCOMB ELLIS JEFFREY, JAMES JOHNSON. EDWARD JOHNSON. ROBERT KEMP, ARNOLD KITE, FRANCIS LAWRENCE MAX LEVINSON, DALE LEVINSON VINCENT LINROTHE ROBERT LINDSTROM. EUGENE LUNDEEN. HOWARD LUNDEEN. ROBERT MATHER, HAROLD METZ, HEWITT MOYER, FAR.IS MUREEN, ROBERT NELSON HAROLD NELSON PAUL NELSON RUSSELL NOEL, KENNETH POWERS, LAVERNE RILEY, RICHARD SHEPHERD DAVID SMITH DISEN THORNE ROBERT WEAVER ROBERT WESTFALL PHILLIP MR JOHNSON ADVISOR ALSEN DOROTHY BRENT BETTYE CARPER. FLORENCE COLVILLE. ALMA JANE CRAWFORD. MARY DAVISON KATHRYN GANS, MARGARET GARVER JEAN GROSSMAN RACHEL GROSS FRANCES HAGGENJOS DORIS HAGGERTY ROSE ANNE HALLAS DOROTHEE HAMMERSTROM JOAN HARRIS MARGARET HARTMAN CAROLINE HERRON GLADYS HOLMOUIST BETTY MAE JOHNSON. MARGARET M LEE. LOWANDA LYEN. MAXINE MCVAY. JANE MATHERS PHYLLIS MILLER BETTY MOORE GERALDINE MORTENSON BETTY NARR MARIAN OLSON MAE PAGE MAXINE PELTIER EVELYN PERARDI TRESSIE PETERSON JEAN PETERSON. MARY K POWELL. MAUDE JUNE RISBURG. RUTH ROWEN. MARGARET SANDSTROM FRANCES SAND, ANITA SAND. IONE SANDS. ROXANNA SHOWERS. BONNIE STANDARD ORA STEPHENSON ALICE THOUREEN MARIAN TULIN HELEN TURNBULL MARY WATTERS SHIRLEY WICALL, GRAYFE WOOD, RUTH MISS MOSER ADVISOR Anolofos Liferory Society The First red letter day on the Annie calendar vvas the date of the Iall party which occurred Novem- ber fourth in ffAnnie parlw. With lVlarch thirteenth came the day on which the mothers were honored at a St. l3atriclc's tea. ln debate the Annies Won places on the Big Nine Board. ln sports the baslcetball team vvon the club championship. Assisted by the Boys' Science Club, the Annies presented a benefit assembly on April twenty-sixth, called fflhe Whole Iruthv. From the proceeds oi the play, two silver coffee pots were presented to the school as the club project. Pollcadots ol all sizes, made ol pastel colors, carried out the theme of the ffpollcadot Bella on lVlay Fourth. The annual banquet which ho ored th I . f . . . 'I' seniors and brought the years activities t , s , W 5- vvas given on June sixth. K ' Y "- Iii! ' QF' 41? il", 68 I I nfs: vi Boys, Science Club While the Boys, Science Club failed to place in debate or baslcetball, they atoned lor this by placing second in the solt ball tournament and sharing lirst place honors in the swimming meet. The social season opened December lilteenth when the members ol the club danced and lrolicl4ed in the l-lotel Sciencefgteele l-lallb. -l-he annual Found- ers, Day banquet was held February thirteenth, at the Galesburg Club. A spring party, lVlay eleventh, ended the social activities ol the year. An outstanding club meeting was the program at which lVlr. Aitchison explained the electro-plating machine which the Science Club purchased lor the school last year. The Boyysgcience Club and the Annies presented -ffz:,ar" play, entitled fslhe Whole -lruthw, as a if 'jassembly, on April twenty-sixth. The money 1 assembly will be used to purchase additional Q .4 nt lor the science department. , fd? r o f i w ,fr ' 'li i' rx 1 1 ' 4 yn-. :I U, 35 nf, 'H .F'1lP" "fi!!s!. I 5-51... .DLC 69 f: ,Qii .-21' , tzJK.1.? ,i . ,3 vk'- 5 wg!! uf, l IV Rit iifvzi 2 ' 7 521. Af zz 1Xr4S"., -- 1,55 , .KN-Els -111' wir: -Miz. . 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Qi? ,, 123555. 5:3 925 Alf: 2' 'Vi E223 4:11 12: .f f" " I:2?Z2 .:35g' Jiaiffksra , gn -f' 2:::!'x 31:24, K3K' 1 APSEY FRED DARNSTEAD JOHN BARNSTEAD ROY BIRDSALL DALE BowLlNG.RuRToN BROMBERGER,FRED BUCK,WAYNE CALLAHAN,EDWARD DEFOREST,LAVERNE DEARING RICHARD DULANEY DONALD EKSTROM CLEMENS EiELDs.RoLLAND GUNTHER.GORDON GREGoRY,LEo HORTON.WlLUAM HIGGINS.JACK LARSEN.STENNETH LAUERMAN.MARUN MccARTHY.R1cHARD McGAuGHY.sTEwART NEELD SHELDON NE soN viNcENT PETERSON.CECIL PENDERGAST.GENE PHlLLEO.HENRY PUMFREY.WALTER SARGEANT.WlL5ON SAUTER Bos scoTT RICHARD SCOTT.ROBERT SWIGART.LAVERNE sHAwLER.wAvNE sMiTH.DALE SMHH.OWEN sTEARNs.RicHARD STEPHENSON.CALWN STRATTON.CULVER SWANSON,BILL SWANSON.DONALD SZERLONG.TED TEDERMAN,DONALD THRUNE.EDWARD TRACY DALE TRACY.DOUGLAS UNZICKER.WARREN wATTERs.RoBERT WESTFALL.EVERETT WALKER RJCHARD WEBER ROBERT WEXLER ROBERT WITHERBEE LAWRENCE WHITE.ROBERT MR.GARST ADVISOR AMISON PEGGYLOU BENSON LUCILE BILLINGS BETTY BURKHALTER BARBARA BUTLER THEDA CHRISTOFFERSON LOUISE CORDELL BLANCHE DAILEY, JEANETTE DAWSON, LIBERTY DUFFIELD GENEVIEVE EFFLAND KATHERINE EMSTROM FRANCES FENSTERER. LORRAINE HAWKINSON MARION HERMAN, BERNICE HERMAN, DENA HERSLOW, FRANCES HUGHES. VIRGINIA MAE INGRAM, BETTY JOHNSON, GEORGIA MAE JOHNSON HELEN JOHNSON MARY LOU LARSON FRANCES LARSON VIVIAN LESTER MARYJEAN LINDROTHE MARIAN LINROTHE VIRGINIA LUNDEEN NORMA MCCLURE GLENOLA MCKENZIE HARRIETT MCKIERNAN MAXINE MILLER MARYAN MIZNER VELMA MOTT KATHRYN MUREEN BEVERLY MUREEN RUTH NELSON FRANCES NELSON MARIE OATMAN LAVEDA OUICK, MARY E ROBINSON .IESSIE ROOT, MARION RUTHERFORD, MARY SANDEEN, MARJORIE SHIPLEY. BERNADINE THOMAS. MARIE WEAVER, MARY WEXLER, HELEN MISS RYIN ADVISOR Girls' Science Cfub ffIfxtraI ExtraI Read all about the G. S. Cfs successIuI yearI Get your paper here. I-Iere you are, sir -- read about the GirI's Science-I:ranI4Iin assembly, 'Be YourseII' -- Iirst page -- smash hit, sir.w sYour change, macIamI Read about the IaII party -- society section, madam. November tvventy- eighth was the date -- Thanksgiving decorationsIw ffExtraI SpeciaII All about the Christmas Moth- er's -I'eaI Santa CIaus delivered gifts on December nineteenth, this year. Get your paper herenv Ihe nevvsie's voice goes on to tell oI the occasions enjoyed through the year by the GirI:s Science CIub and of their project--the gauze curtain Ior the stage. ffBuy your paper here. Read about the Senior banquet at which the GS. C. Seniors were honored on commencement night -- Read about t sp party in the headIines. June first was the . Iy i 1 If 43 , 70 Lincoln Debating Club Social events of the Lincoln year began with an Armistice Day party. During the evening lVlr. Burton, the former advisor, and Mr. l-larris, the present ad- visor, vvere honored by the club. The annual banquet honoring Abraham Lincoln vvas enjoyed on February eleventh in the l'lotel Custer. The climax of the social year vvas the spring party held May tvventy-Filth. The participation ol the Lincolns in debate was short-lived, as they were eliminated in the first triang- ular meet. I-lovvever, in athletics they were more fortunate, since the Lincoln team toolc First place in inter-club baseball, and tied lor first honors in the swimming meet and the basketball tournament. The Missing Partyw, the assembly given with t ffl.izziesw, proved to be a lively performance. fv s purchased a project for the school. eff their share of the proceeds from the play, the C . gy W SQ i A-KD 71 Z' 'i:f1,sfi'.:- xi z, .:4gQa?:. ' .xi "yu, .f I N I. . -3-. ' -1 'Kim n"' ' a"Q"'x nazi! ' .155 .sa 1. fiiiilfef 1711 :t "':: 'i1' . , '1: V.-Q'-Lp.: If X 2: I :-f rrggxf. 'E K 'Lili' ' taxi' -0.72 :Qufx-. ...A gut ss.-5. f' .. 'iiiife 1-:scars xiii- " mm ,,.:1- 1 . .asa azafwtb. ' .:1, '.,-. f sniff'- .saw fax' .ax i. , 'ix 5 1. . s- .. -V: . ,ty ,. J, Q Wig, Sz Suzy s ,, 've' wg, -. 5 .J .' cf. 4 :xg 1 ' : -giluf fiiigz. ., .,:5E2p, . sie. fmirf. ' ity .V 5:21 H'-. , '- -.gal H-' if-. fig .:. wifi, 'Ei U,-,,, .N s fi 1 ' Ki f wif? 1 S Q ' , -.-R2 ..i:, 'lv ' ':::Z5f X 425. wh. -mfs. rl-'hi , -3, ' N :af ,W his ': - .. nf' if If : nw, . y I . L' .viii .557 , Xia. -Zim, .ge .riiff 'xiii' 41.5f4L:s,.g , ' -wa, '- 4' 'Jai 'Wa 'MJ ,. :wi ex. . -iikzs mii- 1122+ tak" f.-1-I Lu., -S 2 ' -4333. wife. ' I - '?Z?f' x 1:51, s " -was Asda ':::" Rita 2... , ,nf -g. I-. ,z- -:tsiievfm A- .Nw A 23- My if xi f . gf '11-, 4. 41-I if "i . - - - ,us ' Q5 igggaz, , l , ' V Ai-: xl, , -. I' 'f "r'Ni 4 1,1 V 4 "ef-A g.. vzzfy -w.. V I 5-gift. 'xiii v, 1 ' QUT 1 J. V -I 2' :MFG gaze. ALDRICH. KARL ALDRICH. LARRY ANNEGERS. JACK BOHAN, ROBERT BROWN. PETER CABEEN. ROBERT CARLEY GLOVER CRAFT. FRED CRUMP HARVEY DAVIS JOE DOYLE, JACK DOYLE. RICHARD DUNCAN. LAWRENCE EDWARDS. ROBERT GARDNER. DELBERT GIBSON MALCOM GOLDSTONE, CHARLES HARDIN. KENNETH HARTLEY. RICHARD HORNEY, WILLIAM HOWE, ROBERT HUNT, REED KALIN. HARVEY LASHBROOK GLENN LEE CARL LESTER DEAN LINDSTRUM DEAN MARINER ROBERT MITCHELL JOE O DONNELL JAMES POULOS GEORGE PIHL. HERBERT POWLESS. RALPH ROSE. CHARLES ROSENBAUM ROBERT SCHREIBER STANLEY SELK REX SNAPP HAROLD SNAPP JAMES SPERRY JACK STUBBS MAX TIMMONS JUNIOR WAINRIGHT JOE WALLACE FRANK WARNER OLIVER WATSON. JAMES WEBSTER. CHARLES WHITESELL. WILLIS WOOLSEY. JOHN WILKINS. JOHN YOUNG ARTHUR YOUNG ROBERT YOUNGREN HENRY ADVISOR: MR. HARRIS GRAHAM. ELI ANDERSON MARGUERITE AVEY MARTHABEL CALLAHAN DOROTHY CARLSON MINNIE CLEMDENIN MYRL CONNOLLY DOROTHY CONNER ELLOUISE CORDELL CAROLYN CULVER JANE CUNNINGHAM .IUANITA DUNCAN VIRGINIA DUNKLE ELEANOR ERLANDSON OLGA FRAILEY DOROTHY FRANK.THELMA FRENCH. BERYL GODWIN, RENA JOHNSON. KATHRYN ANN JOHNSON. VIOLA MAE JONES. MARY NELSON MARY PETERSON ELEANOR RASMUSSEN, DEBORAH ROBERTSON. MARY FRANCES SCANNELL. WILMA STEPHENS. MADALINE STREED, ROSALIE STEWART. LAVERNE SWAGERT. SARA TEEL. IVENE WALBERG EULA WALKER RUBY WHITCOMB NORINA WILCOXEN VERLE M ISS MORSE ADVI OR 55 5352. .zfg xl Eat K XS gf' PEEL 1 f p? .,.g:- :Enix ' , as. t 512214.25 ,. , .tillrls ,.:5:1, wit: xg, 43. 7523? Qui?" , , O ,, .ff ' viqgxzs. X- zt .rig gb. af' 'r-- f ' t ,IQ - it 'iififflia .Q Iiififlli' E?'.' :Tl'1- 'A ' 51151325 'T' 3521, . ':::" 2522- r I-941' sf M .gg ' 23355 :g::?:,. Q - zzz' X ,12E:. ,xr amz. tz sfk ,nf . .4 -L-xr' J. - 'ifsgffggif-vs. ,f 'S -r 2-x is . aziilt 1' 'mx'- 21:::1,' ks .-:1itSl-: fi'if- .zxf LZ: '1'i".,fg vi' ' 3 fi . '13 .1i 1Q?,?' I fzeii' ness' : tail ,141 "t .- s.t1F" :::g:. Q. ,iazi 351' 223:- 'X 4, ' 125 as 'at JT' 32: .77A.?p!J:, . : ,y -X -5 , g xrlz, :A '- 532' 'gunz F IR, 31' ii 1-in :,::3: :F ast , ,.., f QW ,N M131 sw. 'H . mfs" ' 'zififi W T ,: :g:32s ,iii 5 i:!22Z1 N8'El Lourion Liferory Society A generation ago, education emphasized the three rys, readiny, 'ritin, and 'rithmetic. Now, we have added to that, the three c,s, character, citizenship and culture. The Laurian Literary Society has en- deavored to develop these c's in its members. As we listened to the challenges oi our debaters, who placed a very close second in the finals, we realized that a good debater must possess line char- acter and personality. Citizenship and service to our school vvere shown through the benefit assembly ffhflagic Casementsv, April tvvelith. Social and cultural development are a part oi such activities as the ffpuritan promv, November tvventy- third, and the spring party,fAxpril twenty-tilth,held with the Boys, Collectors Club, the Mothers Christmas reception, December thirteenth, and the banquet, be as successful in its endeavors as it has n I . 7, ing the year 1935. I NNW s Li X June Fourth. May the Laurian Literary Society - ee 'U N o , t Q' lgsdl X rx, 72 J Prokoromo Liiorory Socieiy ' Old fvlother Goose, vvith her magic vvand,tool4 all prolcoramas to Fairyland. An aviation party, that vvas held in the slcy, toolc place in November and came quite nigh to being the pest that had ever been seen in the great Steele l-lall's alluring sheen. Un lVlay thirty-lirst another grand pall was held in the spacious, enticing hall. Cn March the First, all Fairies sat and laughed at f1Betty's Paris l-lata, a play which caused a lot of laughter that shoolc their school from lloor to ralter. And truel Even in the land ol magic and grace, a dehate fought with tongues and lungs tool4 place. Next all the mothers vvere invited to tea to honor Saint Patriclc in lestivity. Then alasl This great I' uet ID une. p yfesnded too soon and brought tears ol sadness , 5 ' I 0 23252 it J 1 ' lfsi eg? ,:, wx 5, -J, :IQ if A1131-ff 'Q-' qt Y A ,::::. .2:t ' , 31591 052' Z ' Q- .. ,ff ts A .I azftszgizzz, . .dk - X 51, .:fj:,'9?:::, ,, gs' . .h as -ft' , ' .M fu -. ', AQ '7' Q A If Zu! 2 A A . -QQ, 0 .IM . i2"T'- 'izfzfgilisr 1 ':f:, ,, sf. MES, .ami TQ igE2:, .zQttL 3 as is E f f K, R 335, S " 'ix ' 1 A gt A . I it A X 1 B A A A :- R AR , s 5 . Q 'oak R t Ny. ' , so R s N , 4 . A 'ir T. 4 P S , iisgfs j 'f , ' -1225: 531 Fsggrz. ,iz s- ac- .Bu A, , H: . . :5fS'5Ag,:, 41:21. 3: 'T 1.1 BAUER KATHRYN BERGWALL HELEN BROWN ALICE CARLSON BERNICE CARLSON IEANNETTE cARMoBY ESTHER CHERRINGTON EVELYN CLAY HELEN LOUISE COLE KATHERINE COLVER eLENRosE DUNCAN LELA DUVALL LOIS EousT PHYLLISEE EoYE vIoLA GRANBURQ CAROL GRIEEITH BILLY GusTAFsoN VIRGINIA HALL MINNIE HALLsTRoM LoRRAINE HIGHLAND LUCY ANNE HILEs LoLA MAE HORTON ANNA JANE INGLES MYRTLEELLEN JOHNSON BARBARA JOHNSON CORRINE LEIGHTY BETTY LUNDGREN BETTY MANWARREN RACHEL MARSDEN LILLIAN MARSDEN MARY MASON RUTH MccuLLoucH CLARA ALICE MCLAIIGHLIN MARY MILLER KATHERINE NELSON MARYJEAN PALMER MARIAN PEASE. ILA SMITH, HELEN TRACY, HELEN TYLER. WINIERED WAGER, GENE YOUNGREN. MARIAN MISS HILKER ADVISOR -ll1-L11 CUNNINGHAM. EILEEN nfl - .1 53 ' 'TIE 2 . gfsfr Ag. guf . 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ARCHIE HALL, CLEMENS EKSTROM, GORDON GUNTHER. LAVERNE SWIGART. RUSSELL DAH- LEEN. BOB CABEEN. HOWARD NELSON. JOE VITALI, CARL PIERSON. ROW: JOSEPH MITCHELL, MAX YOUNG. VERNON OLSON. PAUL CLAUSEN. CLAIRE BECKER. ED CALLAHAN. EOE WATTERS, LAWRENCE MOBERG, DONALD SWANSON, HOMER HINCHLIFF. JACK SPERRY. CHARLES ROSE, WENDELL ALBERT. ROW: LARRY ALDRICH. ROBERT HAGGENJOS. GRANT ALLEN. JOE GENISEO. JOHN SIMMONS. ROBERT PERRY, ELLIS HOLCOMB. JASPER DANNA, JAMES WATSON. DELBERT GARDNER. HAROLD JOHNSTON, PETE VAN DRUNEN. CECIL PETERSON. ROW: MAX STUBBS, DAVID SHEPHERD. REX CHAMBERLAIN. JAMES COHOON. HEWITT METZ. RICHARD MELINE. JOHN UNZICKER. WESLEY REAMS. VERNE LUVALL. MAX MC ARTHUR. STEWART MC GAUGHEV. JOE WAINWRIGHT. RUSSELL NELSON. ROW: SWANIE SHRAGEL. CHARLES SCHELL. MERRILL NELSON, ROBERT BURRELL. WALTER ALDERMAN. ROBERT SCOTT, GEORGE LOWELL. JAMES SWIGART, HORRELL MORRISSEY. IRVIN BOCOX. DONALD TEDERMAN, TRUMAN ANDERSON. FRED BROMBERGER, CHARLES CHAMBERS. ROW: CHARLES HARLAN. PHIL CARLSON. LAVERN YEAGER, PHILIP SMITH. HOWARD SMITH. HORACE DREW. HENRY YOUNGREN, JOHN WILKINS, DALE CLAY. PAUL NELSON, HOWARD POTTER, LESLIE DUFFY, EDWARD BOOTH. ROW: JOHN GETTEMY, WARREN GALLOWAY, JACK DOYLE. GLOVER CARLEY, CHARLES NEL- SON, ARNOLD SWANSON, JOHN WOOLSEY. ROBERT YOUNG, LEROY DEWITT. JUNIOR DRIS4 COLL. RAYMOND DENNY, ARNOLD NYSTROM, JOHN MEYERS. FRANK CUNNINGHAM. ROW: MR. CRAWFORD. KENNETH WRIGHT. HARVEY CRUMP, RICHARD NORBURG. VICTOR WALDO. GEORGE WRIGHT. KENNETH HILGREH. ARTHUR ANDERSON, ROBERT MURE'EN. ROBERT DURBIN. RICHARD MORRISON. LAVERNE POWERS. NEAL HORTON. JACK ASHTON. ROW: WAYNE WALDRON. GILBERT REEVES. DON SEARL. JACK WRIGHT. LEWIS EMERY. DURWARD BELL, EUGENE TAYLOR. ROBERT SHERMAN. BILLY STANDARD, WILBERT LESTER, SAM CLARK, STANLEY TUL!N. FREDRICK BLIXT. ROBERT ANDERSON. EARL ASBURY. IST ROW: MAC BOOTH. RICHARD NELSON. LOWELL YATES, PAUL RANDALL. GALE DAVIS. RONALD BRADSHAW, ROBERT WHITE. JUNIOR TIMNIONS. RALPH FOWLESS, RICHARD DEARING. EARL NELSON. BILL RICHARDSON. BILL LEVIN. HARRISON COFFMAN. I M IT 74 f ,., ', T, . qissn ,vzf , , Y.: , -' Q4 I .,. 355. ' F :am .. 1 141, .-:Qin 1 Sfigaf -. A . -mx, -A-2 N, -,.f . --W. , 'iz' :pf fiixizi'-. 41 " 2 f . Y, ' Cx N its - I, 'im 'g.m.. - A 5535? ' ' 4.21 ' V' +- Hxg'--' IL. J' J ,Xn.,:. 0 N ,rf -f." N .. . rt- ..- M" sz 2' ,J - , ,. if -.' gf' f .g 54" ,f . .Sasser f -vw f,"fsgs:- ' ...M ':': ' , fn K A -- 1 ,Q 'L 1, Boys' Forum TOP ATI-I 3RD ZND IST TOP 4TH 3RD ZND ROW: FRED APSEY. RICHARD SCOTT, CALVIN STEPHENSON. OWEN SMITH. WAYNE BUCK. GERALD CRITTENDEN, JOHN MELDRUM. ROBERT JOHNSON, EUGENE LINDSTROM. DALE LEVINSON. WILEY HARTHON. GEORGE CARMODY, FARI5 MOYER, ROSS E'GAN. ROW: JACK DAVIS. HOWARD SMITH, HARRY HOUCK. JOHN CILLS. WILSON SARGEANT. ROBERT BROWN. ROY BARNSTEAD. EUGENE ECKELS. IVAN HARRISON. JESSIE' MORRIS. CECIL LAW. PETER JACOBSON. CHARLES HARTLEY. ROW: VINCENT LEVINSON. ROBERT MORRIS. HAROLD MILLS. DARWIN BLOOMGREN. WILSON COZIAHR. REX SELK. HARVEY HEADY, HERBERT PIHL. LYMAN ALEXANDER. GEORGE MC- MASTER. WALTER FUMFREY. WALLACE ROSENOUIST. GLENN LASHBROOK. ROW: FORREST BOAZ. ROBERT LUNDEEN, CLIFFORD MAGOON, WAYNE' HOUGH. FREEMAN MITCHELL, LOREN MITCHELL, BOBBIE BENNETT. CARL LEE, FRANCIS KITE, WRIGHT BIVEN5. ALBERT STONEKING. ERNEST PELTIER. WILLIAM DUNN, HAROLD MATHER. ROW: BYRON BACON. HARLAN MILES. KEITH NELSON. DALE DIXON. DARRELL DUNCAN. HAROLD SANDBERG. DANNY LARSON. KENNETH NELSON, CARL HOUSH, GEORGE SWANSON. OSCAR FIERSON. CHARLES MORSE, JAMES KALPAKES. ARTHUR COPLAND. ROW: ROBERT ROSENBAUM. E'RNEST THOMAS. CHARLES WILSCOM. RICHARD FISHER, LYLE FELL. EARL FINDAHL, LEO GREGORY, CRAFT MARKS. GEORGE POUL05, STANLEY SHRIEEER GAYLORD ANDERSON LYLE HARE. JAMES GUARDLABENE. KENNETH JOHNSON. ROW: HOWARD HICKS. ROBERT LUNDEEN. JAMES STIARWALT. PAUL GRANBERG. ROBERT HAGERSTROM. HOLLIS OGDEN. DONALD BRADLEY. RICHARD WALKER. GENE' DU EADS. RUS- SELL DODD JAMES SNAPP. LAWRENCE DUNCAN. HAROLD INGRAM. KENNETH HALLBERG. ROW: JOHN ANNEGERS. CLARENCE FRIEND. BURTON BOWLING, HARVEY KALIN. CHARLES WEBSTER, ROLLAND FIELDS. WAYNE DAWSON. ALBERT DUGGAN. LAWRENCE GREGG. DONALD FOOTE. FOREST EIREEDLOVE2 FRANK WALLACE. HARRY GARDNER, OLIVER WARNER. BOB EDWARDS, ROW: CHARLES BIRD. ROBERT HATFIELD. JIMMIE GIANAKIS. VIRGIL DUNBAR. JOHN LOGAN. RICHARD SITLER, FRANK MC AULEY. WALTER BRUNER. DALE TRACY. EDWARD THRUNE. ELI GRAHAM. RAYMOND ANDERSON, DALE AUGERSON. IST ROW: KARL HALE. WILBUR MODGLIN. MAC MORRIS. EARL FOSTER, LYLE PACKINGHAM, JACK 75 HIGGINS, CLAYTON ESTRADA. OWEN BUCK, RICHARD RILEY, DON PORTER. ARTHUR YOUNG, JAMES JEFFRIES MARTIN LAUERMAN. ff 'yu-xg.--eff! N'- '-vwglicf. ,s :jj-12. Offs' , - f-..' A ,,, x -I Q.: . 1 my mr, A .f 1525. I C 4' 4 S. . - vo t 8 .,., ,S V wx ' x ,g , -xi' ' RSX. A ,:f.,?':, fi. ,, . fr' my I ff r . L :::": . C. N I, Q , vin ,:' 'f:. 'J , 'vw 5.2. " ,gmt . z.. T11 sf' L ,:. 4, vbr., J. ff M, ...I bm, .sam Sz" f. ' nf .r,.'.,4,z 1 ?v ,,,n Q 4 7252: QT? 'sr X1-Q.. 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LOLA MAE HILES. ROW: MARTHA ERICKSON. MAXINE HAST. RUTH EMSTROM VIOLA FIELDS, MARY RUTHER- FORD. MARTHA REED. EVA RIPPEL. FRANCES HERSLOW. BERNICE HAYNES, MARGARET GANS. JEAN PETERSON. MARY K. PETERSON. LAWTON. JUNE MORRISON, HELEN DAVIS. MARTHA DAVIS, LEAH MAE CRAIG, EMILY CHITTY. ELEANOR PETERSON. PATRICIA SCOTT. JOYCE REMIER. W: RY J. . . AL E OLIN. MARTHA NELSON, NOEL NELSON, DOROTHY RIPFEL. MYRLE OUARFDT, ISABEL RING, JESSIE ROBINSON. DEBORAH RASMUSSEN, MARY SCOTT. SOPHIE POIILOS, MARION PALMER. EVELYN PELTIER. ROW: MISS COX, ELANCHE CORDELL, RUTH MASON. ARGYLE DALLE'FIELD. NORMA LUNDEEN. BETTY MORTENSON. LIBERTY DAWSON. MARY MARSDEN, ELLOUISE CONNER, MARTHA DUDMAH. MARY K, MILLS. LORRAINE NIALMROSE. ANITA SAND, MARION PETERSON. ROW: MARY BINZ, JANE CULVER. KATHRYN ANN JOHNSON. ROSA JOHNSON. VIVIAN ALLEN. VIRGINIA COX. GENEVA COOPER. MILDRED DARNELL, ESTHER NELSON. DOROTHY CONNOLLY. GLENROSE COLVER, AMARYLLIS O'DEAN, VIRGINIA SANDS, ROW: ALMA JANE COLVILLE. VELMA MIZNER, KATHRYN MAGOON, VERA DAVIDSON, MARION MECUM, ALICE OLSON. BARBARA MELDRUM. BEATRICE LESHER. ELANCHE FOLGER, SARA- BETH RICHARDSON, RUTH RISBURG. ILA PEASE. xg iiii' . . - ,.,. E . I 'izzzii figrzix F1 '3' Higgs 7 -1 f. -1 1' 'EER A 27' 'If' 7 f' .5331 . '!:" 1Q:', 5 itz : 'f ncfggigzs . gm! , nf" I ' . I 4121 2 E eriaii- 12551, . ,,:Q2? Y: L Q? :sw 1. Nugfzzrifg I ,- fi R . Mm ,,,.:, 3' '5Sif: '2E2f1fr mx 1: TOP ROW: MARGARET NvsTRoM. EILEEN cuNN1NGHAM, JANE Mc VAY. LOWANDA LEE, RosET'rA R - '4'1ffs1f1af-1' fi 7 x f'5g 1g3g.:," R o M A H u R ST IC .:.,.:n 4.L: 0 I ww :nw 5 Rx QQ: Jn, - I .e w R: fff' 1 kiiggzi. Agp I X' 1 'zf' 'SFA' A I 1 H - x Q52 ,lf 1" 'Ir' 'Jig I V R . .: :2- ' 1:223- Q.f7:: fi3? R1 4, , A215525 'fi' A -fix? 121: Ria-f" 'rf ' ' 91' V. A fl-1 253: -:+I I QT f 76 :Q -1533: L 5' " L. 1 ' '!lP'Z" n -. " , .. .t 1 ,A f 4 'fi .3323 125 - .IRQ " 'fine - fx. r'..,:s. . f f ' N ' 'rx' xr, -- fwfwzf. E ' -af, . . 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MARTHA FUNDENBERGER, JEANNE CORDELL. LELA DUNCAN. HELEN LOUISE CLAY. ROW: ELSIE MORRIS. IMOGENE BEEGLE. MARVIS COX. ROSINE MINGARE. RUBY JAMES. DENA HERMAN, DORIS HAGGENJOS. GENEVIEVE DUFFIELD. SHIRLEY WATTERS. JEANETTE DAILEY, HELEN WEXLER. MARGARET ROWEN. ROW: BARBARA JOHNSON HELEN JOHNSON. ISABELLE JENNINGS. LOIS LUND, VIRGINIA HYNES. OLYCE LAMB. GEORGIA MAE JOHNSON. VIOLAMAE JOHNSON. ROSEMARY JOHNSON. ALICE' KENNEDY. DARLENE LONIS. ROW: VIOLA FOYE, CLARA ALICE MC CULLOUGH, MAXINE MC KIERNAN. ADALINE HUNT. JAYNE HOUSEL. GWENDOLYN GUNTHER. EVAUGHN LAWTON, GLADYS JOHNSON. MARJORIE FORMHALS. HATTIE RYAN. EILEEN WILK. ETHEL LINNER. ROW: LILIAN MARSDEN. MAXINE LYEN. BETTY LUNDGREN, FRANCES LAFFERTY. KATHERINE MOTT, MARYON MILLER. CAROL GRANDBURG. KATHERINE' HERRINGTON, CAROLYN MAGNU- SON. GLADVS ERICKSON. DARLENE FREDERICK. BETTY INGRAM. JEANETTE JOHNSON. ROW: MARION KENT. ANNA JANE HORTON. HELEN MALM, VIRGINIA JOHNSON. EILEEN EVERITT, MINNIE HALL, PHYLLISEE FOUST, LORENE HARROD. GRACE FERN, MARGARET JOHNSON. MAXINE FOSTER, EVELYN VOIGT. ROW: GLADYS LUNDEEN. ALICE LONGTON. ALYCE EPPERSON. MARION HAWKINSON. BETTY ELDRIDGE, LOIS DUVALL. DOROTHY HOOTS. LORRAINE HALLSTROM. LAVERE FOX, DORIS LUCAN. BERNADINL' KELLOGG. '7iL,r11i115 : 1: 419:-26112 -,. 4.3.5 ... ffvz. ' . 'ms' .1t'7' 32211 :ANS-" 'I N . .. .C . ..,, f-me: .:f:' ' :M . . 7 R ,Q f., , Q ww.. . -'-L ,3..,.. s JL' A , . I I '! rf ' if 0- gi H .. wg. ,,, I. " ',,t? 'g,"t. 1 , rig' " ' pa ,aug 1 vggz b qgz: . ,gf rj . 1: X. 3"2ff'F'-4, , . we . .,,, 5. . f..,. 1 wfyigtz. xi .M ,,,. 1... L .:f, .::..:,. . I ... , M. . sas? ,RSF ' .,:gf.:-' ' ' M I .zz ' G!.!3v.::"ff "uv 'Exif f . ,,gg. .. ':z:?f' 1:-S339 g, -1- 'RE-1 11 .3. A' YNY! .:' . .zghyyfx fc . ,. 41 N." . " Pk NW" .'- ,:. .mik I ,51 . JI., X.. ,.. - --ilzblt-. . '11 :iiallm ".o.'-fu - f.g:5f.g:a55, .ggw z q:2.'1v ve:-,,.f.4f.,.f 31521, Sri' -mr. a. Q. ' 'mei . S: Q15 Q ' 5322: I . - :X '15?f 'W .xi ' fa. -xwt. ,. RQ.. I p' MRT .' ' H . 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DOROTHY SWEBORG, MARIAN YOUNGREN, MARIAN STUCKEY, IVINE TEEL. MARIAN STONER, NELL ARMSTRONG, MARY WEAVER. RUTH WOOD. EDNA TURNER. JOSEPHINE WYCOFF, KATHRYN BANER, PATRICIA WOOD. GEORGANA ABRAM- SON. J EAN BEATTY. 4TH ROW: MARIAN YOUNG. LOUISE' CARLBURG. JEAN BUTLER. DOROTHY SULLIVAN. BARBARA WAKE, DONNA WHITESELL. BONNIE SHOWERS, JANET WORCESTER. WILMA CLAUS. VIVIAN BOONE. MARGARET HAUSSMAN. ELNORE ABBOTT. GLADYS BRIGHT. JUNE WALTERS. 3RD ROW: MARION ANDERSON. MADELINE STEVENS. LOUISE CHRISTOFFERSON. ALICE BROWN. HELEN VIRGINIA SMITH, PAULINE WOOD, MARCELLA TRAVIS, HELEN BONESTEEL, BETTYE BRENT, HELEN TRACY, EULA WALBERG, ORA STANDARD. ALICE STEPHENSON. ZND ROW: RENA GODWIN. WINIFRFD TYLER. BEATRICE WALKER, HELEN BEREGI, LILA CHER- RINGTON. ELIZABETH STRADER. HENRIETTA CLINE. MARGARET CHESTER. WINIFRED COL- TON. KATHERINE WATSON, ARCELA WILSON. MARJORIE YOUNG. MARGARET UNDERWODD. LUCILLE ANDERSON. IST ROW: EMMA SHRAGEL. MARY TURNBULL. RUBY WALKER. LENORE BELL, LORRELL THIERRY. NELLIE SHAY, MAMIE VAN BUSKIRK, VIOLA STOTLER. ELOISE WILSON. JEANETTE STOKE. LAVERNE' STEWART. CAROL WEDAN. RITA TILLY. GIRLS' SERVICE LEAGUE OFFICERS FIRST TERM PRESIDENT - - - - JEANNE ELDRIDGE VICE-PRESIDENT - - MARY K. PETERSON TREASURER - - - MARGARET ALLISON SECRETARY - - TRESSIE PERARDI ADVISOR - - MISS COX BUYS' FGRLIIVI OFFICERS FIRST TERM PRESIDENT - - - - JAMES SNAPP VICEFPRESIDENT - - LARRY ALDRICH TREASURER - - - JACK ANNEGERS SECRETARY - - CHARLES CHAMBERS ADVISOR - MR. CRAWFORD SECOND TERM DORIS HAGGENJOS VIRGINIA LINROTHE HELEN HOGAN BETTY LUNDGREN MISS COX SECOND TERM ROBERT ROSENBAUM HOMER HINCHLIFF PAUL NELSON RICHARD STEARNS MR. CRAWFORD 78 Qrpfweus Chorus TOP ROW: ROBERT ROSENEAUM. WANDA GOODE. ALICE STEFHENSON. SHIRLEY CHRISTY. HELEN FUHR. VINCENT NELSON. ROBERT MUREEN. VERNON OLSON. LAWRENCE DUNCAN. HORACE DREW. PAUL NELSON. FARIS MOYER. ROBERT LUNDEEN, CHARLES HARLAN. ROBERT YOUNG, 4TH ROW: GORDON GUNTHER, CRAFT MARKS, MAX VOIGT. HOMER HINCHLIFF. FRED BROM- BERGER. RUSSELL NELSON. MAX YOUNG. GERALD BOUGHAN. RUSSELL JOHNSON. DURWARD ALLEMAN, WILSON COZIAHR. MAYNARD BINGE. ELI GRAHAM. JOHN 3RD ROW: JOHN ANNEGERS, HEWITT METZ. ARTHUR YOUNG. HELEN LINGS. HELEN HOGAN. YVETTE BLISS, GLADYS HERRON. HATTIE SON. LOIS LUND, JAMES COHOON. FRED APSEY. ZND ROW: MISS TERRY, ELAINE BOWERS. LIBERTY DAWSON, MARIE SELL. BARBARA WAKE. MARJORIE PARKS. JEANNE ELDRIDGE, NELSON. MARIAN NARR. JANET WORCESTER. FRANCES LAFFERTY. GLADYS LUNDEEN. GLADYS JOHNSON. PENIJERGAST. HINEBAUGH. BETTY BIL- RYAN. CAROLYN MAGNU- NELSON. DONNA WHITE- DOROTHY ALSEN. DORIS IST ROW: ANITA SAND. LAVERNE STEWART. GENEVIEVE DUFFIELD. DORIS HAGGENJOS. THEDA BUTLER. EVE'LYN PAYNE. HELEN WEXLER, MAMIE VAN BUSKIRK, DFNA I-IERMAN. MARY PETERSON. JEAN PETERSON. MARIAN KENT. ALICE LONGTON. VELMA MIZNER, GRP!-IEUS CHORUS OFFICERS PRESIDENT - - VICEAPRESIDENT . TREASURER - SECRETARY A - SERGEANTFAT-ARNIS ADVISOR - - - 79 FIRST TERM HELEN HOGAN LAWRENCE DUNCAN MAMIE VAN BUSKIRK HELEN FUHR HORACE' DREW MISS TERRY SECOND TERM JANET WORCESTER MARIAN KENT DONNA WHITESELL RUSSELL NELSON ROBERT YOUNG MISS TERRY 113 . 225 ' -filfttr , 'gm -' E ' TA Q . . 'si' ,G '1z2:g.. w,g ' , '::F1' Wm' 9' I 'Q .I I Q 5 , r f ':. E I AM 1 I 1 v K Q - . 51 X I N 4' Q W x T11 Q ,. Q , . 'xx Q 1 .:'A,f9S,Q:. Q? ' v i " A2 5 ' -'G XNXE: His. Q2 I Q fvix . . fuzzy: I 'qw as ::::, I . tux' f :.g.,, xg , agar' -215 x. 5:0 ,fm I 'Ek f as? A x , I 1 , . I . L J 6' , 3 L ' 11 . . , ,X . ,Q if if ' , EIR V it 'ig O. ki gk. I. 'V45 NSY. .S fi, ,,.fa14sf, 123' 5 rv' 5 . K. ' , H ., .1221 R f v 21, 'I' 2- iz' 135' Az' "1-2'-'Z fviimik 4:29 '71 'fd f '1 .SS ,,.- . EAQJQQEZ' 1 -.-. iff' , X .I-::::i. .A 9--1 H, 'W fs' V 5 I , I' ' I .g ,. 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MOORE GEORGIANA ABRAMSON ARTHUR ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON JACK ASHTON RAYMOND CLOPINE JOSEPH DAVIS PAUL DAVIS RICHARD HARTLEY HELEN HINEBAUGH ARNOLD KEMP HELEN KOST MERRILL NELSON PAUL NELSON HENRY PHILLEO ANITA SAND ANNE SEELEY CORNETS KARL ALDRICH WILLARD BINGE BETTYE BRENT THEDA BUTLER REED HUNT BETTY INGRAM MARIAN STUCKEY ROBERT WEBER RUTH WOOD ROBERT YOUNG FLUTE JANE SPERRY PICCOLO HEWITT METZ OBOE GWENDOLYN GUNTI-IER MARTHA JOHNSON BASSOON HOMER HINCHLIFF BASS CLARI N ET JOHN ANNEGERS Ban ALTO CLARINET ROY JOHNSON ALTO SAXOPHONE RICHARD RILEY FRENCH HORN I-IOIRACE DREW VIRGINIA GUNTHER FRANCIS MORAN ARTHUR YOUNG MELOPHONE BYRON BACON BARITONE CLYDE HOFFLUND DAVID SHEPHERD TROM BONES ROLLAND BROOKS OWEN BUCK CECIL LAW OLIVER WARNER LOUISE WOOD BASSES NIAYNARD BINGE DONALD PETERSON CHARLES ROSE FRANK WALLACE BASS VIOL RUSSELL NELSON DRUMS JOHN BARNSTEAD KENNETH HILGREN JOHN MELDRUM RICHARD SITLER RICHARD TYCHSEN DRUM MAJOR DALE DIXON 80 Orclwesfro VIOLINS ALICE ANDERSON FRED BROMBERGER BARBARA BURKHALTER MARGUERITE CARLTON HELEN LOUISE CLAY DOROTHY CLINE THOMAS DOWNIE FRANCES EMSTROM EARL FOSTER ISABELLE JENNINGS GEORGIA JOHNSON ALICE KENNEDY BETTY LEIGHTY BETTY MILLER MABEL OAKES MAE OLSON PAUL RANDELL ANNE SEELEY JACK SPERRY MADELINE STEPHENS JESSE MORRIS VIOLA HELEN FUHR HOWARD POTTER MAX STUBBS MAX VOIGT 'CELLO MARION HAWKINSON DOROTHY KENNEDY FRANCIS MORAN ROBERT YOUNG BASS VIOL EVELYN CHERRINGTON EDWARD JOHNSON KATHERINE MILLER RUSSELL NELSON SARAH WORRELL 81 DIRECTOR: MR. MOORE BASS HORN CHARLES ROSE FRENCH HORN HORACE DREW VIRGINIA GUNTHER ARTHUR YOUNG TRUMPETS KARL ALDRICH MARIAN STUCKEY TROMBONES ROLLAND BROOKS OLIVER WARNER FLUTES HEWITT METZ JANE SPERRY OBOES GWENDOLYN GUNTHER MARTHA JOHNSON BASSOON HOMER HINCHLIFF CLARINETS MERRILL NELSON PAUL NELSON DRUMS JOHN BARNSTEAD KENNETH HILGREN RICHARD TYCHSEN PIANO MARGARET JOHNSON MARIAN THOUREEN if 1 af kv 'Er ,443 I: " +2 ur' ziiif' ' LQZE1, agua -gr Iggy m ac. .rg 1. ,C .. ,. ., Q . ' Ii?4,4?" 52:1 rfyfyifi-'I -. ,- 4, .X 4 A, 0 . ' ,I s , , A 'R 'Ste 3:13 ' 'wif' V tv ,mg 25.14. f'i1 5 155. I T : . ' 91 555535 'fflf' Efsf 'Wm J :- S2" 52222, .:?4 A ,gh-Lg 'gp' i::,,:": A Mm. mi? 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Qur representative, John Annegers, won lirst place vvith his selection ff-lhe Big Paradew. This vvas an honor never before Won by Galespurg. John Wilkins was selected as alternate in the preliminary contest. From a group ol six girls chosen in a pre- liminary contest, Doris l-laggenjos was selected to represent Galespurg in the Big Nine event held at Canton. With her declamation ffl2omeo and .lulietv she Won fourth place. Frances Lallerty placed second in the local contest with the reading fflfing Learys Daughtersw. The extempore speal4ers read fc-lhe Amer- ican Qpserverw For their current news topi A team ol live met l2oclc lsland's team in M. practice meet. From the local contest Dena man was chosen to enter the Big Nine ev -sf East Moline. The alternate was Qliver W n Llllllw' eff A Q i A Jim .gl 'ik NX 82 Dobofe Boord ln November, the call for club debaters was answered by over sixty students, one of the largest groups in the history of Galesburg debating. From these sixty and any others who wished to try out were chosen eighteen members of the Big Nine debate board. The question discussed was the desirabil- ity of Federal aid to education. With such a timely topic many interesting arguments devel- oped. The members of the board participated in practice debates with teams from East Moline, Geneseo, Burlington and Kevvanee. During the season the Big Nine affirmative team vvon their debate with Princeton and lost to Moline. The negative team vvon both of their debates,vvhich vvere with Monmouth and clc lsland. Thus, Galesburg tied with Moline A Geneseo for second place in the confer- ? e- Mr. White, the coach, vvas able to 5 e excellent debate teams this year. "':i,-..s 5 T EN 3 . ' .. LQ 83 1:14.53 YQH' ' .1 3:15:34 is 'Qi We im ws W' g g ,iff 125 . :,:EEf, QQ, 1. 53- Iii. . w eal- .V . 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WHITE EDITORIAL STAFF BETTY BILLINGS LELA DUNCAN RENA GODWIN HOMER HINCHLIF'F MARTHA JOHNSON FRANCES LAFFERTY FARIS MOYER CHARLES NELSON TRESSIE PERARDI WILMA SCANNELL NELLIE SHAY JACK SPERRY ORA STANDARD BILLY SWANSON WAYNE WALDRON ART STAFF RICHARD SITLER THOMAS WONG JANET WORCESTER ELI GRAHAM -wa: 1551: G' -ff' ' A -XA:-:5Q'f. ' 41: . Jay... mr:- fs its at as as Xe 'ff YES? " 53- fi: 5:32329 - as- :zen s , -3,11 5 'mfs iizv K ,Q fat 44", , ti. '94 Li Q 49' P9 'Q 7 J' W- 51,12 f ' f ,fzezasi ' fd' x'r..L ' , .QA ' 3175512 . 711125 .l 1-T ,tp I, A, 05 ,13 'if l1 53532, it LK Z 23E:.Q f ft X 235354 2152221 1 2. "5" ' . sz' ? 1?tf.fK,'2iQ . tv' 1:31 52 fifwili- sz?-54' , .v . 1:5:. ::t 152521. 625353 1 :Q :feat asf? '-Figs: 11:53-'R 1' .a-15'z?f,- ,L 22 22231 4 Reflector Not only have Scotch characteristics been the theme of the Reflector this year but they have also been the theme ol its staII in pro- ducing this publication. To combine the ut- most thrilt and brevity vvith touches ol beauty and humor has been our aim. A ffgcotch thanlc-yous must even be given to those who have made this boolc possible. For while vve can give them nothing tangible, vve oIIer our sincere appreciation to the Iaculty, the advisory council, the oIIice Iorce and student body. Qur greatest source of inspiration comes Irom our advisors: Miss Belshavv, vvho has aided the art staII, Mr. Damberg, who has talcen the group pictures and lVliss Sticlcle, whose const guidance has made this boolt what it is. WN hope that you vvill value their eIIort and our and will not be ascotchw in your praise 'jj 'I935 Reflector. 7 F619 ll! Esuuf I 'Tl 84 ff! Budget Guided by Miss Nickel and fVlr. Damberg, Budget-stall members lwave striven to report accurately and interestingly tlwose events wlwiclm mirrored tl'1e best interests ol tlwe senior lwiglw sclwool students. Tlwe stalls For both semesters were: EDITOR ---- BUSINESS MANAGER MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS FEATURE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR - MAKE-UP EDITOR ART EDITOR - - EXCHANGE EDITOR FIRST SEMESTER VIRGINIA LINROTHE JOHN ANNEGERS MAMIE VAN BUSKIRK DOROTHY CLINE BETTY LU NDGREN ALICE STEPHENSON CHARLES ROSE HEWITT METZ JOAN HAMERSTROM EILEEN WILK CIR -, ATION MANAGER JOE WAINRIGHT 1.424-. , ai: MARIAN NARR I TS ...... JUANITA CUNNINGHAM AN CAL STAFF - ELBERT DEWITT N VINCENT LEVINSON !!l".. J .f N I It ' I 3 WMI- ' - 'N 5 on ' ri EVERETT REEVES WALTER SEYLLER STEWART MCGAUGHY SECOND SEMESTER MAMIE VAN BUSKIRK JOHN ANNEGERS BETTY LUNDGREN MARY RUTHERFORD HELEN WEXLER ALICE STEPHENSON ROBERT WHITE ARTHUR YOUNG JOAN HAMERSTROM ELNORA PEMBLE DALE CLAY CALVIN STEPHENSON VINCENT LEVINSON STEWART MCGAUGHY ELBERT DEWITT ROBERT BURRELL PETER POULOS af' 'rggfg .mast 41221. VR' 725113 X f. 3. ' .sz f Q cz fi-, f A ' sf' 1,5 'illiglffa r 'li7L:'1b'7," 'AEE' -.nv 9121- 52121: 1' ui' . ss. 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REPORTERS HOMER COATNEY JACK DAVIS LAWRENCE DUNCAN JANE ENSLEY VIRGINIA GUSTAFSON LOLA MAE HILES DOROTHAY HODSON MAXINE LYEN KATHERINE MILLER ELSIE MORRIS PAUL NELSON RUSSELL NELSON ENID PETERSON FRANCES PETERSON HELEN SMITH UNDERCLASSMEN REPORTERS KARL ALDRICH BETTY MILLER HARRIOTT FELT GLOVER CARLEY ALICE BROWN NOEL NELSON BERNICE HERMAN RALPH POWLESS Agriculiure De-porfmeni Galesburg produced champions in a new field this year when three boys in the agriculture department Won the first place in the state millc judging contest. These boys were Charles Stewart, l-larrison Coffman and Kenneth l'.John- son, with William l:uson, alternate. Under the direction ol lVlr. Rehling, the team won the state contest at Urbana and represented lllinois, for the first time in the de- partment's history, in the National Vocational Contest in Kansas City, lVlissouri, placing third among twenty-three teams in that contest. Samples ol millc are given a millc judging team and the contestants are required to grade the samples as to llavor, bottles, caps and sed- iment. lhe boys, ranlcings are compared with experts' and places are given accordingly. Gales- burg is proud ol her state champions and hopes that lilce teams may represent our school in the future. 86 An Qld Sponislw Cusforn Recovering lrom a slioclc received in tl'1e World War, Don Jose, l'lomer l-linclwlill, learns that l1is rascally lawyer lwas given an option on tlwe family ranclwo to a railroad man, Silas Day, Jaclc fixnnegers. Don Jose summons luis vvar buddies to lielp l'1im cope witlw tlwe situation. posing as maslced nigl1triders,tl1ey manage to reclaim tlwe ranclwo. Nleantime, Don Jose Falls in love vvitlw Billie Day, Jeanne Eldridge, and a grand liesta is lweld in l'1onor ol tlwe new mis- tress ol tlme Ranclwo Rivera. 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A723 91 If 'a I xF1:3wi:t., gg I SI I P -5 VI LL ' TR 4fQ 9 CLUB OLHCE S LOTOS LITERARY SOCIETY FIRST TERM ENT ---- . - - DOROTHY ALSEN RESIDENT - - TRESSIE PERARDI S 1,15 ARY V - - MARGARET HARRIS RER - F . - ALICE STEPHENSON SERGEANT-AT-ARMS - - JEAN PETERSON MONITORS ---- - BETTYE BRENT RUTH' WOOD ELIZABETI-IAN LITERARY SOCIETY PRESIDENT - - A VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - - TREASURER - - SERGEANT-AT-ARMS MONITORS v - - MARTHA JOHNSON WANDA GOODE JEANNE FLDRIDGE MARION BEATTY GWEN GIINTHER WINIFRED COLTON JAYNE HOUSEL GIRLS' SCIENCE CLUB PRESIDENT - - - VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - - TREASURER - - SERGEANT-ATLARMS MONITORS - - - HELEN WEXLER MARY RUTHERFORD JEANETTE DAILEY KATHERINE EFFLAND MARYAN MILLER MARION HAWKINSON GEORGIA MAE JOHNSON LAURIAN LITERARY SOCIETY PRESIDENT ------- WILMA SCANNELL VICE-PRESIDENT .---- RENA GODWIN SECRETARY - - - ELLOUISE CONNER TREASURER - - - - MARY FRANCES ROBERTSON SERGEANT-AT-ARMS - - JANE CULVER MONITORS ------- BERYL FRENCH RROKORAIVIA LITERARY SOCIETY PRESIDENT - - - VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - - TREASURER - - SERGEANT-ATLARMS MONITORS - - - BETTY LUNDGREN LELA DUNCAN KATHERINE MILLER HELEN SMITH VIOLA FOYE GLENROSE COLVER RUTH MASON BOYS' CO LLECTORS C LUB PRESIDENT - - - VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - - TREASURER - - SERGEANTLAT-ARMS WAYNE WALDRON RICHARD SITLER LAWRENCE MOBERG JACK DAVIS HIAROLD SANDBERG BOYS' SCIENCE CLUB PRFSIDENT - - A VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - - TREASURER - - SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ROBERT WATTERS GORDON GUNTHER BILL SWANSON RO-Y BARNSTEAD CLEMENS EKSTRONI FRANKLIN DEBATING CLUB PRESIDENT - - - VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY - - TREASURER - MONITORS - - HOMER HINCHLIFF HORACE DREW DAVID SHEPHERD WENDELL ALBERTS ROBERT HAGGENJOS ROBERT JOHNSON LINCOLN DEBATING CLUB PRESIDENT - - - VICE-PRESIDENT - SECRETARY . - TR RER EASU - - - ' SERGEANTLAT-ARMS LARRY ALDRICH ROBERT ROSENBAUM JACK DOYLE GEORGE POULOS LAWRENCE DUNCAN SECOND TERM TRESSIE PERARDI MARY PETERSON ROXIE SANDS ALICE STEPHENSON ROSE ANNE HAGGERTY BETTY MAE HOLMOUIST HELEN TULIN FRANCES LAFFERTY DONNA WHITESELL JAYNE HOUSEL MARGARET ALLISON ALICE KENNEDY NELL ARMSTRONG ISABELLE JENNINGS VIRGINIA LINROTHE DENA HERMAN HELEN WEXLER BETTY BILLINGS VELMA MIZNER VIVIAN LARSON BERNICE HERMAN WILMA SCANNELL RENA GODWIN THELMA FRANK BERYL FRENCH JANE CULVER SARAI SWAGERT KATHERINE MILLER ANNA JANE HORTON HELEN L. CLAY VIRGINIA GUSTAFSON WINIFRED TYLER MYRTLEELLEN INGLES HELEN TRACY EARL FINDAHL LAWRENCE, MOBERG CHARLES NELSON WALLACE ROSENOUIST CLARENCE FRIEND WILSON SARGEANT FRED BROMBERGER STENNATH LARSEN DALE TRACY LAVERNE SWIGART HORACE DREW ELLIS HOLCOMB EUGENE LINDSTROM HEWIT METZ ROBERT COLLIFR HAROLD NELSON JACK ANNEGERS GLOVER CARLEY ELI GRAHAM JAMES SNAPP CHARLES ROSE THIRD TERM JEAN PETERSON MAXINE LYEN DOROTHY ALSEN ALICE STEPHENSON BONNIE SHOWERS JEAN GARVER GERALDINE MOORE DONNA WHITESELL JANET WORCESTER BARBARA WAKE YVETTE BLISS JEAN ROWE PATSY PEAK FRANCES TRACY BEVERLY MUREEN GENEVIEVE DUFFIELD HARRIETT MCKENZIE MARY RUTHERFORD KATHERINE MOTT MARY LOU JOHNSON MARJORY SANDEEN ROSALIE STREED BERYL FRENCH KATHRYN ANN JOHNSON WILMA SCANNELL ELLOUISE CONNER MARY F. ROBERTSON HELEN L, CLAY LILIAN MARSDEN ANNA JANE HORTON LELA DUNCAN BARBARA JOHNSON RUTH MASON GLENROSE COLVER CLARENCE FRIEND CHARLES NELSON KENNETH JOHNSON HAROI.D SANDBERG ROBERT BURRELL RICHARD STEARNS EDWARD THRUNE DONALD SWANSON ROBERT WHITE CALVIN STEPHENSON WENDELL ALBERTS PAUL CLAUSEN REX CHAMBERLAIN HEWIT METZ ARNOLD KEMP EDWARD JOHNSON JACK SPERRY JOHN WILKINS ARTHUR YOUNG HARVEY KALIN REX SELK INDEX or NAMES glib A Abbott, Elnore, 36, 78 Abramson, Georgana, 36, 78, 80 Addis, Laura, 24, 77 Aitchison, Mr. John, 20, 43, Albert, Wendell, 24, 60, 67, 74, 92 Albright, Orvis, 42 Alderman, VValter, 24, 74 Aldrich, J. Karl, 43, 61, 71, 80, 81, 85 Aldrich, Larry, 24, 34, 46, 54, 60, 71, 74, 78, 92 Aldus, Mr. Harry, 20 Alexander, Lyman, 24, 75 Allaman, Julia, 36 Alleman, Durward, 79 Allen, Delbert, 43 Allen, Grant, 24, 74 Allen, Richard, 43, 56, 59 Allen, Vivienne, 36, 76 Allison, Margaret, 22, 24, 46, 66, 77, 78, 92 Alsen, Dorothy, 22, 24, 47, 68, 77, 79, 92 Altenburn, Thomas, 43 Amison, Peggy Lou, 43, 70 Anderson, Alice, 43, 81 Anderson, Arthur, 24. 65, 74, 80 Anderson, Dorothy, 43 Anderson, Gaylord, 36, 67, 75. Anderson, Mr. Joe, 18 Anderson, Lucille, 36, 78 Anderson, Marguerite, 43, 72, 83 Anderson, Marion, 36, 66, 78 Anderson, Miss Rachel. 20 Anderson. Raymond, 36, 60, 61, 67, 75 Anderson, Robert, 36, 56, 74, 80 Anderson, Teddy, 43 Anderson, Truman. 24, 74 Annegers, John, 22, 24, 34, 46, 4., 56, 61, 71, 75 80, 82, 85, 87, 92 ., 78, 79, Besser, Margaret, 36 Besser, Rita, 36 Billings, Betty, 6, 22, 24, 70, 76, 79, 84, 92 Binge, Maynard, 43, 65, 79, 30 Binge, VVillard, 43, 80 Binz, Mary, 36, 76 Bird, Charles, 36, 67, 75 Birdsall, Dale, 43, 69 Bivens, Russell, 43 Bivens, VVright, 75 Bjork, Carl, 43 Blanton, VVilliam, 42 Bliss, Yvette, 24, 66, 77, Blixt, Frederick, 36, 74 Bloomgren, Darwin, 24, 75 Boaz, Forrest, 36, 75 Bocox, Irvin, 53, 74 Bohan, Robert, 43 Bonesteel, Helen, 36. 66, 78 Boone, Vivian, 36, 78 Booth, Mac Edgar, 74 Boothe, Edward, 36, 74 Booz, Della Mae, 43 Botruff, Frances, 24, 77 Boughan, Gerald, 43, 79, Bowen, Dorothy, 43 Bowen, Robert, 60, 71 Bower, Esther, 24, 77 Bowers, Elaine, 24, 77, 79 Bowling, Burton, 36, 54, 61, 69, 75 Boyd, Dorothy, 43 Bradley, Don, 36, 60, 67, 75 Bradshaw, Ronald, 36. 74 Breedlove, Forrest, 36, 75 Brent, Bettye, 36, 68, 78, 80, 92 Bright, Gladys, 36, 78 Bright, Glenn, 42, 46 Bright, Opal, 43 Brodine, Jack, 43 Bromberger, Fred, 22, 36, 46, 47 69, 74, 79, 81, 92 Brooking, Mr. T. V., 20 '79, 92 Apsey, Fred, 36, 54, 61, 69, 75, 79 Armstrong, Nell, 22, 36, 46, 66, 78, 92 Asbury, Earl, 36, 74 Asbury, Ruth, 43 Ashton, Jack, 36, 56. 74, 80 Augerson, Dale, 67, 75 Augustson, Vera, 24, 77 Austin, Lyle, 45 Avey, Marthabel, 43, 72 B Babbitt, Miss Marjorie. 20 Bacon, Byron, 36, 75, 80 Badgett, Jean, 43 Baker, Dorothy, 43 Baker, Lola, 43 Baner, Kathryn, 78 Barnstead, John, 43, 69, 80, 81 Barnstead, Roy, 36, 69, 75, 92 Bauer, Kathryn, 36, 73 Baughman, Ethelyn, 43 Beatty, Jean, 36, 66, 78 Beatty, Marion, 22, 24, 66, 77, 92 Beck, lNIaxine, 24, 77 Becker, Claire, 24, 74 Berlnar, Mr. Charles, 20, 58 Beegle, Barbara, 43 Beegle, Imogene, 24. 77 Bell, Durward, 36, 74 Bell, John, 43, 67 Bell, Lenore, 36, 78 Belshaw, Miss Flo, 20, 84 Benedict, Lillian, 43 Bennett, Bobby. 24, 75 Benson, Katherine, 36 Benson, Lucille, 43. 70 Bergwall, Helen, 43. 73 Beregi, Helen, 36, 78 Berry, Edna Mae. 43 Berry, John, 43, 59 Brooks, Rolland, 43, 67, 80. 81 Brown, Alice, 15, 22, 36, 73, 78, 85 Brown, Joye, 43 Brown, LeRoy, 43, 67 Brown, Peter, 43, 58, 71 82 Brown, Richard, 43, 46, 65 Brown, Robert, 36, 75 Brown, Wanda, 24 Bruner, Lucille, 43 Bruner, Harrison, 24 Bruner, Walter, 36, 47, 75 Bryan, Clare, 24 Bryan, Jane, 43 Buck. Owen, 36, 60, 61, 67, 75, 80 Buck, Wayne, 24, 54, 69, 75 Burg, Areta, 43 Burgland, Kathryn, 43. 46, 66 Burkhalter, Barbara, 43, 70, 81 Burrell, Robert, 24, 58, 60, 61, 65, 74, 85, 92 Burton, Mr. Rolland, 20, 42 Butler, Jean, 36, 78, 80 Butler, Theda, 36, 70, 79 C Cabeen, Bob, 36, 71, 74 Callahan, Dorothy, 43, 72 Callahan, Edward, 36, 56, 60, 61 69, 74 Carl, Gladys, 43 Carlberg, Louise, 36, 78 Carley, Glover, 22, 36, 46, 71, 74, 85, 87, 92 Carley, James, 43 Carlson, Minnie, 42, 72 Carlson, Phillip, 74 Carlson, Ruth, 42, 77 Carlton, Marguerite, 81 Carmody, Esther, 73 Carmody, George, 24, 75 Carmody, Ruth, 25 Carper, Florence, 22, 25, 68 77, 82 Carter, Evelyn, 42 Carton, Elsie, 42 Case, James, 42 Cebert, Dean, 42 Chamberlain, Rex, 25, 67, 74, 92 Chambers, Charles, 25, 67, 74, 78 Chandler, Mr Robert, 18 Chapman, Berniece, 43 Cherrington, Evelyn, 23, 25, 77, 81 Cherrington, Lila, 36, 78 Chester, Margaret, 78 Chinn, Frances, 42 Christy, Shirley, 23, 25, 66, 76, 78 Chitty, Emily, 36, 76 Christofferson, Louise. 36, 70, 78 Cills, John, 36, 56, 75 Clark, Sam, 25, 74 Claus, Wilma, 36, 78 Clausen, Paul, 12, 23, 25, 60, 61, 67, 74, 92 Clay, Dale, 25, 61, 67, 74, 82, 85 Clay, Eugene, 43 Clay. Helen Louise, 23, 25, 73, 77, 81, 92 Clay, Mary, 42 Clendenin, Myrl, 25, Clifford, Evelyn, 36 Cline, Betty, 42, 85 cnine, Ilorothy, 23, 25, 66, 76, 81 Cline, Henrietta, 36, 78 Clo-pine, Raymond, 44, 80 Coatney, Homer, 85 Coffman, Harrison, 74, 86 Cohoon, James, 25, 67, 74, 79 Colburn, Louise, Cole, Katherine, 36, 73, 78 Collier, Robert, 67, 92 Collopy, Anita, 15, 25, 77 Colton, Winifred, 22, 36, 66, 78, 92 Colver, Glenrose, 37, 73, 76, 92 Colville, Alma Jane, 37, 68, 76 Conditt. Connie, 43 Conn, Pauline, 37 Conner, Ellouise, 37, 46, 72, 76, 92 Connolly, Dorothy, 37. 72, 76 Cooper, Geneva, 37, 76 Copeland, Arthur, 25, 75 Cordell, Blanche, 10, 37, Cordell, Carolyn, 42, 72 Cordell, Jeanne, 25, 77 Cox, Miss Margaret, 18, 76, 78 Cox, Marvis. 25. 77 Cox, Virginia, 37 Coziahr, VVilson, 25, 60, 65, 73, 72, 77 70, 76 Curran, Virginia, 42 Cutler, Kathleen, 42 Cypreanson, Miss Clara, 20 D Dahleen, Russell, 37, 74 Dailey, Jeanette, 23, 25, 70, 77, 92 Daily, Olga, 37 Dallefeld, Argyle, 37, 66, 76 Damberg, Mr. Roy, 20, 65, 84, 85 Danna, Jasper, 37, 74 Darnell, Mildred, 37, 76 Daugherty, Martha, 37 Davidson, Bob, 44, 59 Davidson, Vera, 76 Davis, F. Gale, 25, 74 Davis, Helen, 37, 76 Davis, Jack, 25, 75, 85, 92 Davis, Joseph, 44, 56, 59, 71, 80 Davis, Martha, 37, 76 Davis, Paul, 44, 80 Davison, Kathryn, 42, 68 Dawson, Dale, 37, 56, 67, 79 Dawson, Liberty, 22, 37, 70, 76 Dearing, Richard, 37, 69, 74 DeForest, LaVerne, 37, 69, 74 Denney, Raymond, 74 DeVVitt, Elbert, 25, 85 DeWitt, Leroy, 25, 54, 56, 74 DeWitt, William, 44, 58, 59 Dick, Mildred, 25, 77 Dick, Zorabelle, 42 Dickerson, Raymond, 44 Dickerson, NVilliam, 44 Dixon, Dale, 37, 75, 80 Dobson, Lillian, 37 Dodd, Russell, 37, 52, 75 Donaldson, Wilma, 77 Doran, Margaret, 42 Downie, Tom, 44, 67, 81 Doyle, Jack, 22, 37, 55, 56, 60, 71, 74, 92 Doyle, Richard, 44, 46, 56, 58, 71 Drew, Horace, 25, 67, 74, 79, 30, 81, 92 Driscoll, Junior, 37, 60, 67, 74 Dudman, Martha, 37. 76 DuE'ads, Gene, 56, 59, 75 Duffield, Genevieve, 22, 26, 70. 77 79, 82, 92 Duffy, Leslie, 26, 74 Duffy, Mae Elsie, 42 Dugan, VVilliam, 44 Duggan, Albert, 26, 75 Duke, Miss Marian, 20. 45 Dulaney, Donald, 44, 59, 69 Dunbar, Virgil, 37, 75 Dunbar, Virginia, 42 Duncan Darrell, 26. 75 Duncan, , Lawrence, 22. 26, 53, 75, 79 Craig, Crystal, 37 Craig, Jerry Craig, Leah Mae, 76 Craft, Evelyn. 25. 77 Craft, Frederick, 44, 71 Craft, Milo, 44 Carlson, Bernice, 42. 73 Carlson, Charlotte, 42 Carlson, Jeannette. 42, 73 Carlson, Marian. 24 Carlson, Marie, 42 Hugo, 44 Crane. Crawford, Mr. Harry, 19, 74, 78 Crawford, Mary, 25, 68 Crites, Ethel. 25 Crittenden, Gerald, 75 Crump, Harvey. 25. 71. 74 Culver, Jane, 37, 72, 76, 92 Cunningham, Eileen, 37, 73, 76 Cunningham, Frank. 37, 74 Cunningham, Jaunita, 25, 72, 77. 85 71, 75, 79, 85, 92 Duncan, Lela, 22, 26, 73, 77. 84, 92 Duncan, Virginia, 42, 72 Dunkle, Dunn, Durbin, Durbin, Eleanor, 42, 46, 72 William, 26. 75 Gladys. 37 Lois, 42 Durbin, Robert. 37. 74 Duvall, Lois, 11, 37, 73, 77 E E'ckels, Eugene, 26, 75 Ecklund, Mildred, 42 Edwards, Robert, 26, 52, 71, 75 ENGRAVED BY PONTIAC ENGRAVING COMPANY James, FE? J cw INDEX OE NAIVIES . 5 Efflund, Katherine, 22, 26, 70, 77, 83, 92 Egan, Ross, 26, 75 Ekstrom, Clemens, 37, 52, 54, 56, 69, 74, 92 Ekstrom, Doris, 26 Eldridge, Betty, 37, 66, 77 Eldridge, Jeanne, 23, 26, 66, 77, 78, 79, 87, 92 Elias, Robert, 26 Emery, Lewis, 67, 74 Emstrom, Frances, 45, 70, 81 Emstrom, Ruth, 26, 76 Ennis, Ruth, 45 Ensley, Donald, 44 Ensley, Jane, 76, 85 Epperson, Alyce, 37, 77 Erickson, Curtis, 44 Erickson, Frances, 45 Erickson, Gladys, 37, 77 Erickson, Erickson, Erlandson, Erlandson, E'rnst, Ha Martha, 26, 76 Duane, 44, 67 Olga, 26, 72, 76 Phillip, 44 rold Estrada, Clayton, 75 Everett, Eileen, 37, 46, 77 Ewins, Betty Ann, 36, 66, 76 F Fairbairn, Margaret, 23, 26, 66, 77 Fell, Lyle, 37, 75 Felt, Harriett, 45, 66, 85 Fensterer, Lorraine, 22, 26, 70, 77, 83 Fern, Grace, 37, 77 Field, Lee, 37 Fields, Rolland, 37, 69, 75 Fields, Viola, 26, 76 Findahl, Earl, 23, 26, 46, 60, 61, 65, 75, 92 Fisher, Richard, 37, 67, 75 Flinn, Elrey, 44 Florer, Robert, 34 Folger, Blanche, 37, '76 Fones, Foote, Marshall, 44 Donald, 26, 56, 65 Formhals, Marjorie, 37, 77 Fosburg, Richard, 44 Foster, Earl, 37, 75, 81 Foster, Eugene, 44 Foster, lVIaxine, 37, 77 Foust, Phylisee, 37, 73, 77 Fouts, James, 44 Fox, LaVere, 37, 77 Foye, Viola, 37, 73, 77, 92 Frailey, Dorothy, 26, 72, 76 Frank, Thelma, 26, 72, 77, 92 Fredrick, Darlene, 37, 77 Freeman, lNIr. Ross, 20, 45, 59 French, Beryl, 26, 72, 76, 92 Friend, Clarence, 26, 60, 65, 75, 92 Fuhr, Helen, 22, 26, 47, 66, 76, 79, 81, 83 Fulton, John, 44 Fulton, Mildred, 26, 76 Fundenberger, Martha, 26, 77 Fuson, XVilliam, 86 G Gale, Mrs. Irma, 20 Galloway, NVarren, 27, 74 Galyean, Esther, 37 Gans, Margaret, 27, 68, 76 Gardner. Delbert. 37, 46, 53, 56, 71, 74 Gardner, Harry, 37, 67, 75 Gardner, lNIary Jean, 45 Garfield, Irene, 27, 77 Garrett, Clifford, 44 Garst, Mr. Harry, 20, 69 Garver, Jeanne, 45, 68, 92 Gash, Costoma, 37 Gehring, Frances, 45, 66 Gehring, VVehster, 45, 59, 67 Genisio, Joe, 38, 74 Genisio, Mary, 27 Gerken, Lawrence, 45 Gettemy, John, 38, 65, 74 Gianakis, Jimmie, 38. 52, 75 Giherson, Frances, 45 Gibson, Ella, 27 Gibson, Malcolm, 45, 71 Gillespie, Mr. John, 20 Glover, Lloyd, 45 Godwin, Rena, 2, 7, 23, 27, 46, 72, 78, 84. 92 Godwin, VVilliam, 45 Goettler, Doris, 23, 27, 66, 75 Goldquist, Dorothy, 45 Goldstone, Charles, 45, 71 Goodale. Wilma, 38. 46 Goode, VVanda, 22, 27, 66, 76, 79, 87, 92 Graham, Eli, 48, 58, 71, 75, 79, 84, 92 Granburg, Carol, 38, 73, 77 Granberg, Paul, 27, 75 Greason, Mildred, 27, 76 Green, VVilliam, 38 Gregg, Lawrence, 27, 75 Gregory, Leo, 27, 53, 61, 69, 75 Griffith, Billie, 45, 73 Gross, Florence, 45 Gross, Frances, 45, 68 Grossman, Rachel, 45, 68 Guardalabene, James, 27, 75 Guenther, Harold, 38 Gunther, Gordon, 38, 69, 74, 79, 92 Gunther, Gwendolyn, 38, 66, 77, 80, Sl. 92 Gunther, Virginia, 66. 80, 81 Gustafson, Virginia, 23, 27, 73, 76, 85, 92 Hagerstrom, Robert, 27, 53, 60, 65, 75 Haggenjos, Doris, 23, 27, 47, 68, 77, 78, 79, 82, 83 Haggenjos Robert, 74, 92 Haggerty, Rose Anne, 27, 68, 77, 92 Haight, Billy, 45 Haight, John, 45. 67 Hale, Karl, 38, 75 Hall, Archie, 27, 74 Hall, June, 45 Hall, Minnie, 38, 73, 77 Hallas, Dorothee, 45, 68 Halberg, Kenneth, 38 Hallstrom, Lorraine, 38, 73, 77 Hamblin, Helen, 38 Hamerstrom, Joan, 27, 68, 76, 85 Hand, William, 27 Hanson, Ruth, 27, 76 Hardine, Kenneth, 45, 56, 58, 59, 71 Hare, Lyle, 27, 75 Harlan, Charles, 27, 74, 79 Harris, Margaret, 27, 68, 76, 92 Harris, Mr. Verne, 20, 71 Harrison, Eleanor, 45 Harrison, Ivan, 27, 53. 75 Harrod, Lorene, 38, 77 Harshbarger, Mr. R. A., 20, 43 Hart, John. 45 Harthon, XViley, 38, 67, 75 Hartley, Charles, 27, 75 Hartley, Richard, 71, 80 Hartman, Caroline, 27, 68, 76 Hast, Maxine, 76 Hatfield, Robert, 38, 60, 67, 75 Haussman, Margaret, 38, 78 Hawkinson, Olga, 45 Hawkinson, Marion, 38, 70, 77, 81, 92 Haynes, Bernice, 27, 76 Hays, Mr. Ervin, 20 Hayser, Helen, 43 Heady, Harvey, 38, 75 Hendricks, Theodore, 45, 67 Hensley, Ernestine, 27, 76 Herman, Bernice, 45. 70, 85, 92 Herman, Dena, 23, 27, 70, 77, 79, 82, 87, 92 Herrington, Katherine, 38, 77 Herron, Gladys, 28, 68, 77, 79 Herslow, Frances, 28, 70, 76 Hess, Harriett, 45 Hicks, Howard R., 28, 75 Higgins, Jack, 28, 58, 60, 69, 75 Higgins, Vivian, 45 Highland, Lucy Anne, 28, 73, 76 Hiles. Lola Mae, 9, 28, 73, 76, 85 Hilgren, Kenneth, 28, 74, 80, 81 Hilker, Miss Jeannette, 20, 42, 73 Hinchliff, Homer, 22, 28, 34, 67, 74, 78, 79, 80, 81, 83, 84, 87, 92 Hinchlitf, Mr. Ray, 19 Hinchman, Mr. C. L., 18 Hinehaugh, Helen, 28, 77, 79, 80 Hodson, Dorothy, 28, 77, 85 Hofflund, Clyde, 38, 80 Hogan, Helen, 22, 28, 66, 76, 78, 79 Holcomb, Ellis, 28, 61, 67, 74, 92 Holeman, Evelyn, 28, 76 Holm, William, 38, 54, 74 Jennings, Mr. E. E., 20 Jennings, Isabelle, 22, 38, 46, 66, 77, 81, 92 Johnson, Barbara, 38, 73, 77, 92 Johnson, Corinne, 45, 73 Johnson, Dorothy, 45 Johnson, Earl, 55, 56 Johnson, Edward, 45, 47, 67, 81, 83, 92 Johnson, Mr. Eugene, 20, 67 Johnson, Georgia May, 15, 38, 70, 77, 81, 92 Johnson, Gladys L., 28, 77, 99 Johnson, Helen A., 45, 70. 77 Johnson, H. Jeanette, 38, 77 Johnson, Helen Marie, 38 Johnson, Kathryn Ann, 38, 72, 76, 92 Johnson, Kenneth L., 38 Johnson, Kenneth T., 65, 86 Johnson, Margaret E., 28, 77 Johnson, Margaret Jane, 42, 66 Johnson, Margaret M., 68, 81 Johnson, Martha, 22, 28, 66, 77, 80, 81, 83, 84, 92 Johnson, Mary Louise, 42, 70, 92 Johnson, Miss Mildred, 20, 42 Johnson, Raymond, 38 Johnson, Rosa J., 38, 46, 76 Johnson, Robert, 38, 54, 67, 75, 92 Johnson, Rosemary, 38, 77. Johnson, Roy, 45, 80 Johnson, Russell, 45, 79 Johnson, Violamae, 38, 72, 77 Johnson, Virginia, 28, 77 Johnston, Harold, 28, 74 Johnston, Wilma, 28 Jones, Goldie, 42 Jones, Mary, 72 Holmquist, Betty Mae, 45, 46, 68, 92 Hoist, Francis, 46 Hood, Russell, 45, 65 Hoots, Dorothy, 38. 77 Hopkins, Horney, Horton, Marlyn, 38 Billy, 45, 71 Anna Jane, 28, 73, 77 K Kalin, Harvey, 28, 60, 61, 71, 75, 92 Kalpackes, James, 28, 75 Kellogg, Bernadine, 28, 77 Kelly, Owen. 45 Kemp, Arnold, 45, 46, 59, 67, 80, 92 Kennedy, Alice, 38, 77, 81, 92 Kennedy, Dorothy, 42, 66, 81 Kennedy, George, 43 Horton, Neal, 38, 46, 56, 74 Horton, VVilliam, 45, 69 Houck, Harry, 38, 75 Hough, Wayne, 38, 75 House, Marion L., 28 Housel, Jayne, 38, 66, 77, 92 Howe, Robert, 45, 58, 71 Huff, Mr. Ben J., 19 Hughes, Virginia Mae, Hunt, Adaline, 38, 77 Hunt, Reed, 45, 71, 80 Hunt, Roy, 42 Hunter, Raymond, 34, 61 Hurst, Mary Jeanette, 22, 38, 76 45, 70 Kent, Marion, 23, 28, 66, 77, 79. 87 Kite, Francis, 38, 56, 61. 67, Kost, Helen, 42, 46, 66, 80 Krase, Robert, 43 75 L Lafferty, Frances, 22. 28, 47, 66, 77, 79, 82, 84, 87, 92 Lagergren, Mr. C. J., 19 Lamb, Ollys, 77 Lamb, Arthur, 38 Lamb, Miss Flora, 20 Landon, Mr. Roy, 20 Larsen, Stennath, 69, 92 Larson, Danny, 75 Larson, Frances, 42, 70 Larson, Vivian, 42, 70, 92 Lashhrooli, Glenn, 14, 22, 38, Husted, Miss Betty. 21 Hynes, Virginia, 38, 77 I Ingles, Myrtleelen, 45, 73, 92 Ingram, Betty, 23, 28, 70, 77, 80 Ingram, Delmas, 38, 65 Inman, Harold, 28, 75 Inman, Irvine, Issaacso I Lenore, 45 Miss Ellen, 20 n, Mildred, 38 Jackson, VV. C., 45 Jacobson, Arthur, 75 James, Donald, 45 Ruby, 28, 77 71, 75 Lauer, Virginia, 42 Lauerman, Martin, 28, 61, 69, 75 Law, Cecil, 38, 75, 80 Lawrence, Max. 43, 60, 67 Lawton, Evaughn, 29, 77 Lawton, Rosetta, 38, 76 Lawver, Verna, 38 Lee, Carl, 38, 71, 75 Lee, Lowanda, 38, 62, 68, 76 Leighty, Betty, 42, 73, 81 Lester, Mary Jean. 42, 70 Lesher, Beatrice, 39, 76 Jeffrey, James, 38, 60, 61, 67, 75 PRINTED BY WAGONEP PRINTING COMPANY 67, 74 Pauline, 29 McArthur, Max, 39, 74 ?? INDEX OI: NAMES Lester, Dean. 53, 71 Lester, VVilbert, 29, 65, 74 Levin, XVilIia1n, 39, 74 Levinson, Dale, 39, 67, ID Levinson, Vincent, 22, 39, 67, 75 85 Ligman, George, 43 Lindberg, Miss Florence, 21 Lin.ler, Dorothy, 42 Linder, Frances, 42 Lindrothe, Marian, 42, 70 Lindstrom, Dean. 43, 58, 71 Lindstrom, Eugene, 29, 46, 61, 67, 75, 92 Linn, Kenneth, 43 Linner, Ethel, 77 Linrothe, Robert, 43. 67. 82 Linrothe, Virginia. 23, 29, 70, 76, 78, 85, 92 Lipes, Ila, 42 Logan, John, 29, 47, 75 Longton, Alice, 29, 77, 79 Lonis, Darlene, 39, 77 Lonis, Morgan, 39 Lopez, Juanita, 39 Lowell, George. 29. 74 Lucan, Doris, 29. 77 Lund, Lois, 39, 77, 79 Lundeen, Gladys, 29, 77, 79 Lundeen, Howard, 43, 56, 58, 59, 67 Lundeen, Norma, 39, 70, 76 Lundeen, Robert, 29, 61, 75, 79 Lundgren, Betty, 22. 29, 46, 67, 73, 77, 78, ss, 92 Lundquist, Marguerite, 39 Lusk, Evelyn, 42 Luvall, Verne, 39, 65, 74 Lyen, Maxine, 29, 68, 77, 85, 92 Lynch, Barbara, 42 Mc McAuley, Frank, 29, 47, 75 McBroom, Clyde, 43 McCarthy, Richard, 29, 54, 61, 69, 74 McCaughey, John, 43, 47 McClanahan, Mary, 42, 66 McClure, Glenola, 42, 70 McCollum, William, 43 McCombs, Hazel, 29, 77 McCreight, Leo, 43 McCullough, Clara, 23, 29, 73, 77 McCullough, Irene, 39 McGaughv, Stewart, 39, 69, 74, 85 McGill, Dorthella McGill, Vernice, 39 McKay, Richard, 43, 58 McKenzie, Harriett, 29, 70, 92 McKiernan, Maxine, 23, 29, 70, 77 McLaughlin, Mary, 29, 73 McLaughlin, Nellie, 42 McMaster, George, 39 McVay, Jane, 39, 68, 75, 76 M Mace, Wanda, 42 Macklin, Jacqueline, 42 Magnuson, Carolyn, 29, 77, 79 Magoon, Clifford, 39, 75 Magoon, Kathryn, 39, 66, 76 Mahle, Frank, 39 Malm, Helen, 29, 77 Malmrose, Lorraine, 39, 76 Manworren, Rachel, 42, 73 Mariner, Robert, 43, 58, 71 Marks, Charles, 39, 75, 79, 87 Marsden, Lilian, 29, 73, 77, 92 Marsden, Mary, 39, 73, 76 Mason, Jack, 43 Mason, Keith, 43 Mason, Ruth, 39, 73, 76, 92 Mather, Harold, 39. 67, 75 Mathers, Phyllis, 42, 68 Mattocks, Julia, 39 Mayhall, Alice, 45 Meadows, Helen, 45 Mecum, Marian, 39, 76 Megginson, Geneva, 45 Meiers, John, 74 Meldrum, Barbara, 22, 39, 46, 66, 76 'Meldrum, John, 39, 74, 80 Melick, June, 45 Melin, Richard, 39, 74 Metz, Hewitt, 29, 60, 67, 74, 79, 80, 81, 85, 92 Meyer, Fern, 45 Meyer, Julius llichael, Genevieve, 39 Miles, Harlan, 39, 75 llfliller, Betty, 45, 68, 81, 83, 85 Miller, Katherine, 29, 73, 77, 81, 83, 85, 92 Miller, Mabel, 39 Miller, Maryan, 29, 70, 77, 92 Miller, Ray, 43 Mills, Floyd, 43 Mills, Harold, 29, 74 . Nelson, Howard, 30, 60, 61, 65, 74 Nelson, Kathryn, 30, 76 Nelson , Kenneth, 75 Nelson, Keith, 39, 65, 75 Nelson Margaret, 42 Nelson, Nelson Marie, 45, 70, 79 , Martha, 39, 66, 76 Nelson, ltlary, 30, 72, 77 Nelson, Mary Jean, 45. 73 Nelson, Maxine, 30, 76 Nelson, Merrill, 30, 74, 80, 81 Nelson, Noel. 22, 39, 66, 76, 82, 83, 85 Nelson, Paul, 30, 60. 67, 74, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85 Nelson, Raymond, 39, 46, 53, 82 Nelson, Richard, 74 M 2212? '- Peterson, Mary K., 16, 23, 31, 68 76, 78, 79, 83, Peterson, Ruth, 31 Pettit, Eunice, 42 Philleo, Henry, 44, 69, 80 Phillips, M'r. Gerald, 21, 59 Pierson, Carl, 31, 74, 75 Pierson, Oscar, 40 92 Nelson, Russell 9, 10, 30, , 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85 Nelson, Vincent, 43, 69, 79 Nemeth, Helen, 45 Nenigar, Inez, 45 Nickel. Miss Edna, 21, 85 Noel, Kenneth, 39, 67 Pihl, Herbert, 40, 71, 75 Pitman, Porter, James, 44, 58, 59 Don, 31, 75 lVIills, Mary, 39, 76 Min are, Rosie, 29. 77 8' Mitchell, Evelyn, 45 Mitchell ltlitchell , Frances, 39 , Freeman, 39. 75 Mitchell, Joseph, 29, 71, 74 Mitchell, Loren, 29, 75 Mitchell, Norburg, Richard, 39 Nystrom, Arnold, 39. 74 Nystrom, Margaret, 39, 76 O Oakes, Mabel, 45, 81 Oatman, O'Conno LaVida, 45. 70 r, Mrs. Louise, 18 Porter, Edwin, 44 Porter, Harriett, 31, 76 Porter, Mardell, 42 Potter, Howard, 40, 65, 74, 81 Poulos, Calypso, 42 Poulos, George, 40, 52, 71, 75, 92 Poulos, Peter, 31, 85 Poulos, Sophie, 40, 76 Powell, Maude Jane, 42, 68 Powelson, Eileen, 40 Powelson, Margaret, 42 Mitchell, Telitha, 45 ltlizner, Velma, 22, 39, 70, 76, 92 Moats, Stanley, 43 Moberg, Lawrence, 30, 60, 65, 74, 92 Moberg, Richard, 43, 61, 74 Modglin, Wilbur, 39, 75 Mollitt, Miss Helen, 21, 42 Monson, Ruth, 45 O'Dean, Amaryllis, 40, 76 O'Donnell, James 43. 71 Ogden, Hollis, 30. 65, 75 Olin, Alice, 40, 76 Powers, LaVerne, 40, 60, 67, 74 Powles s, Ralph, 40, 47, 61, 71, 74, 85 Moore, Mr. Alfred, 21, 80, 81 Moore, Geraldine, 45, 68, 92 Moran, Francis, 43, 80, 81 Morris, Edna Mae, 39 Olson, Alice, 40. 66. 76 Olson, Eileen, 23, 30, 76 Olson, Mae, 45, 68, 81 Olson, Miss Helen, 21, 45 Olson, Vernon, 8, 12, 14, 30, 74, 79 Owens, Mary Beth, 40 P Packingham, Lyle, 40, 75 Morris, Elsie, 30, 77, 85 Morris, Jesse, 39, 52, 75, 81 Morris, Mac, 39, 65, 75 Morris, Robert, 30, 75 Morrison, Georgia, 45 Morrison, June, 76 Morrison, Richard, 39, 54, 74 Morrissey, Horrell, 30, 53, 74 Morse, Miss Helen, 21, 72 Morss, Charles, 39, 75 Mortenson, Betty, 39, 68, 76 Moser, Miss Frances, 21, 68 Mott, Kathryn, 23, 30, 70, 77, lNIoyer, Mr. E. L., 18, 46 Moyer, Faris, 22, 30, 53, 56, 92 67, Mudd, 75, 79, 84 Darlene Mulady, Raynola, 39 Mureen, Beverly, 22, 30, 70, 76, 92 Mureen, Mr. E. W., 19 Mureen, Robert, 39, 67, 74, 79 Mureen, Ruth, 45, 70 N Narr, Marion, 30, 47, 68, 76, 79 82 85 Neelr1,,Sh6ldon, 43, 69 Nelson, Arline, 45 Nelson, Charles, 14, 23, 30, 60, 65, 74, 84, 92 Nelson, Dale, 43 Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, 67, Doris bl., 30, 76 Doris R., 30, 66, 76, 79 Earl, 39, 74 Ernest, 43, 59 Esther, 39, 76 Frances, 45, 70 Genevieve, 45 Harold J., 43, 46, 60, 92 Page, Beverly, 40 Page, Maxine, 45, 68 Palmer, Marion, 40, 73, 76 Palmquist, Mary Jean, 45 Park, Gladys, 45 Parks, Marjorie, 30, 66, 77, 79 Parnell, Kathryn, 45, 46 Parsons, Virginia, 45, 66 Pattison, LeRoy, 30 Paul, Bethel, 40 Payne, Evelyn, 40, 79 Peabody, Jane, 45 Peak, Patsy, 45, 66, 92 Pearson, Beulah, 40 Pearson, Harriett, 40 Pease, Ila, 40, 73, 76 Peavey, Verna, 42 Peltier, Ernest, 11, 40, 75 Peltier, Evelyn, 40, 68, 76 Pemble, Elnora, 30, 76, 85 Pendergast, Gene, 44, 69, 79 Pence, Ruby, 42 Perardi, Tressie, 22, 30, 68, 76, 78, 84, 92 Perez, Anita, 42 Perez, Helena, 42 Perry, Robert, 74 Peterson Peterson , Cecil, 34, 69, 74 , Dean, 6, 7, 8, 30 Peterson, Donald, 44, 80 Peterson, Dorothy, 30, 76 Peterson, Eleanor, 40, 72, 76 Peterson, Elvira, 42 Peterson, Enid, 10, 30, 76, 85 Peterson, Eveline, 30, 77 Peterson, Frances, 30, 76, 85 Peterson, Jean, 31, 68, 76, 79, 92 Peterson, Jeanne, 42 Peterson, Marian, 40, 66, 76 Prcdmore, Maxine, 42 Pumphrey, Walter, 40, 69, 75 Q Quarfot, Myrle, 40, 76 Quick, Mary, 42, 70 Quinn, Helen, 40 R Ramsey, Helen, 31, 76 Randall, Paul, 40, 74, 81 Ransom, Velma, 42 Rasmussen, Deborah, 40, 72, 76 Ray, David, 31 Reams, VVesley, 40, 74 Reed, Helen, 42 Reed, Irene, 31, 77 Reed, Martha, 23, 31, 76 Reeves, Ardythe, 31, 76 Reeves, Everett, 42, 85 Reeves, Freda, 42 Reeves, Gilbert, 40, 61, 65, 74 Rehling, Mr. A. J., 21, 45, 86 Reid, Maxine, 42 Remier, Joyce, 40, 76 Rich, Mrs. Lucy, 21 Richardson, Sarabeth, 40, 66, 76 Richardson, VVil1iam, 40, 74 Riley, Richard, 31, 60, 67, 75, 80 Ring, Isabel, 40, 76 Rippel, Dorothy, 40, 76 Rippel, Eva, 31, 76 Ripperdan, Maurine Risburg, Ruth, 40, 68, 76 Ritchie, Bertha, 42 Ritchie. Delbert, 44 Roberts, Edmund, 44 Robertson, Clifford, 44, 59 Robertson, Mary Frances, 31, 72 76, 92 Robinson, Jessie, 40, 46, 70, 76 Robson, Danita, 31, 66, 76 Rogers, John, 44 Rogers, Loraine, 31 Rogers, Marie, 42 Rogers, Tom, 31 Rollins, Doris, 42 Rollins, Ernest, 44 Root, Marion. 31, 70, 76 Root, Rolland, 44, 59 PHOTOGRAPHS BV l-lOI-COlVlB'S STUDIO LU INDEX me, Illligggsgz Il! Y QD Rose. Charles, 31, 61, 71, 74, 80, 81, 85, 92 Rosenbaum, Robert, 31, 71, 75, 78, 79, 87, 92 Rosenquist, XVallace, 40, 60, 61, 65 75 92 Rowe, Jean, 42, 66, 92 Rowen, Margaret, 31, 68, 77 Rutherford, Mary, 22, 31, 46, 70, 76, 85, 92 Ryan, Hattie, 40, 77, 79 Ryin, Miss Sylvia, 21, 70 Ryner, Helen, 42 S Sand. Anita, 22, 40, 68, 76, 79, 80 Sand, lone, 31, 68, 77 Sands, Roxanna, 23, 31, 68, 76, 92 Sands, Virginia, 40, 76 Sargeant, Wilson, 31, 61, 69, 75, 92 Sargent, Arthur, 31 Sandberg, Harold, 40, 60, 65, 75, 92 Sandberg, Mr. M. G., 19 Sandberg, Tony, 44 Sandeen, Marjorie, 42, 70, 92 Sandstrom, Frances, 42, 68 Sauter, Robert, 44, 56. 59, 61, 69 Scannell, Wilma, 31, 72, 76, 84, 92 Schell, Charles, 74 Scheerer, Betty, 40 Schreiber, Stanley, 40, 71, 75 Schrotberger, Miss Mildred, 21, 43 Scott, Mary V., 40, 76 Scott, Patricia, 40, 76 Scott, Richard, 31, 53, 56, 61, 69, 75 Scott, Robert, 40, 74 Scott, Robert, 44, 59, 69 Searl, Don, 40, 56, 74 Sedgwick, June, 31 Seeley, Anne, 40, 80, 81 Seiler, Mr. Frank, 21, 44 Selk, Rex, 40, 60, 61, 71, 75, 92 Sepich, Phyllis, 32, 76 Seward, Jack, 44, 56, 59 Seyller, Paul, 44, 56, 58, 59 Seyller, Walter, 32, 85 Shafman, Mable, 40 Shafman, Margaret, 40 Shaner, Ruth, 42 Shaw, George, 32 Shaw, Robert, 44 Shawler, Wayne, 32, 69 Shay, Nellie, 23, 32, 78, 84 Sheeley, Clifford, 44 Sheldon, Mrs. Florence, 21, 42 Shepherd. David, 32, 67, 74, 80, 92 Sherman, Robert, 32, 74 Shipley, Bernadine, 32, 70, 77 sholl, Aaah, 42 Sholl, Raymond Shotwell, Harold, 40, 74 Showers, Bonnie, 32, 68, 78, Shragel, Emma, 32. 78 Shragal, Swanie, 40, 74 Shugart, Helen, 42 Simmons, John, 40, 74 Simpkins, Herman, 44 Simpson, Maxine, 42 92 Simpson, Miss Violet, 21 Sims, Gladys, 32 Sitler, Richard, 32, 60, 65, 75 80, 84, 92 Skidmore, Margaret, 42, 46 Slaven, Mr. E. Prince, 21 Sloan, Orlo, 42 Smith, Arthur, 42 Smith, Darbara, 43 Smith, Mr. Charles, 21 Smith, Dale, 44, 69 Smith, Dyson, 44, 67 Smith, Helen, 32. 73, 78, 85, Smith, Howard E,, 32, 74 Smith, Howard T., 41, 75 Smith, Owen, 32, 54. 69, 75 Smith, Phillip, 41, 74 Srlapp, Harold, 44, 46, 71 Snapn. James, 32, 52, 71, 75 78, 92 Snook, XVi11iam, 44 Snyder, Betty Lou. 43 Sperry, Jack. 23, 32, 46, 71, 74. 81, 84, 92 Sperry, Jane, 43, 66, 80, 81 Stairwalt, James, 41, 75 Staggs, Elizabeth, 32 Stake, Dorothy, 43 Standard, Billy, 32, 74 Standard, Ora, 23, 32, 68, 78, 84 Stearns, Richard, 32, 54, 61, 69, 78, 92 Stegall, Berniece, 43 Stephens, Madeline, 41, 72, 78, 81 Stephenson, Alice, 16, 23, 32, 68, 78, 79, 85, 92 Stephenson, Calvin, 32, 52, 55, 69, 75, 85, 92 Stewart, Charles, 44, 86 Stewart, LaVerne, 11, 41, 72, 78, 79 Stickle, Miss Ruth, 21, 84 Stodd, Elmer, 41 Stoke, Jeanette, 41, 62, 66, 78 Stoneking, Albert, 32. 75 Stoner, Marion, 32, 78 Stotler, Viola, 32, 78 Stotts, Margaret, 77 Stotts, William, 45 Strader, Elizabeth, 78 Strasburger, Babbette, 43, 66 Stratton, Culver, 32, 69 Streed, Dolores, 32 stfeea, Rosalie, 32, 72, 76, ss, 92 Strong, Dale, 45 Stubbs, Max, 41, 61, 71, 74, 81 Stuckey, Marian, 41, 66, 78, 80, 81 Sullivan, Dorothy, 78 Sundquist, Richard, 45 Swagert, Sara, 43, 46, 72, 92 Swanberg, Elizabeth, 43 Swanson, Arnold, 32, 74 Swanson, Billy, 33, 47, 69, 84, 92 Swanson, Charlotte, 43 Swanson. Donald, 33, 60, 61, 69, 74, 92 Swanson Swanson Swanson Swanson, , Eleanor, 33 , George, 41, , Helena, 43 Marie, 43 75 Swanson, Miss Ruth, 21, 46 Sweborg, Dorothy, 41, 78 Sweborg, Frances, 43 Swedlund, Lawrence, 45 Swickard, James, 33, 74 Swigart, LaVerne, 41, 54, 56, 61, 69, 74, 92 Swinton, Mr. XVayne, 21. 44 Szerlong, Ted, 45, 69, 82 T Tapper, Archie, 45, 56 Taylor, Eugene, 41, 74 Taylor, Merritt, 45 Taylor. Vi rgil. 45 Tederman. Donald, 33, 53, 60, 61, 69, 74 Tederman, Doris, 43 Teel, Ivine, 41, 72, 78 Tennery. June, 43, 66 Terry, Miss Grace, 21. Lorrell, 41, 78 79 Thierry, Thomas, Doris, 43 Thomas, Ernest, 41, 52, 56, 65, 75 Lena Mae, 43 Thomas, Marie, 33, 70, Thompson, Catherine, 33 Thorne, Robert. 45, 59, 67 Thoureen, Marion, 43, 68. 81 Thrune, Edward, 41. 69, 75, 92 Thurman, Arthur, 45 Thurman, Doris, 43 Tilly, LaVerne, 45 Tilly, Rita, 41. 78 Timmons, Junior, 33, 60, 71, 74 Tracy, Dale, 41, 69, 75, 92 Tracy, Douglas, 45, 58, 69 Tracy, Frances, 43, 66, 92 Tracy, Helen, 41, 73, 78 Travis, Marcella, 41, 78 Tulin, Harriett, 43, 68 Tulin, Helen, 43, 68. 92 Tulin, Stanley, 41, 74 Turnbull, Mary, 8, 33, 68, 78 Turner, Edith, 33 Turner, Edna, 41. 78 Tuthill, John, 45 Tvchsen. Richard, 33, 80. 81 Tyler, VVinifred, 41, 73, 78, 92 61, Thomas, 77 U Tlllrirh. Mariella, 41 Underwood. Margaret. 41. 78 Unzicker, Jack, 33, 65, 74 Unzifker. VVarren, 45, 56, 58, 59, 69 Upson, Nina, 41 V Van Buskirk. Mamie, 22, 33, 66, 78. 79, 85 Van Drunen, Pete. 33. 74 Van Drunen. Winifred, 43 Vaughn, Helen, 43 Vestal, Ruth. 43 Vitali, Joseph, 33, 74 Voigt, Evelyn. 33. 66, Voigt, Max, 41, 79. 81 Vondelo, Evelyn, 43 77 VV 1Vager, Bernice, 43 VVager. Gene, 33, 73. 76 Wainwright, Joe, 33, 61, 71, 74, 85 VVake. Barbara, 33, 66, 78, 79, 82, 92 NVakefield, Florence, 43 XValberg, Eula, 41, 47. 72, 78 lValdow, Victor, 33. 74 VValdron, Wayne, 23, 33, 60, 61, 65, 74, 84, 92 KValker, Beatrice, 41, 78 XValker, Richard, 41, 52, 56, 69, 75 Yvalker, Ruby, 33, 72, 78 Wallace, Frank, 41, 71, 75, 80 VValters, June, 33, 78 Walz, Frances, 33 YValz, Gertrude, 41, 78 XVarner, Oliver, 9, 41, 71, 75, 81, 82 James, 22, 41, 46, 52, 56, 71, 74 Katherine, 33, 78 VVatters, Leona, 43 VVatters, Medill. 45 Robert, 33, 34, 52, 80, XVatson, 34, VVatson, XVatters, 69, 74, 92 GE NAMES VVatters, Shirley, 33, -16, 68, 77 XVaymack, Nina, 42 Weaver, Mary, 41, 46, 70, 78, 82 VVeaver, Robert, 45, 67 Weber, Hobby, 45, 69. 80 YVebster, Charles, 41, 60, 71, 75 XVedan, Carol, 41, 78 XVeidenhamer, XVayne. 45 Wenn, Everett, 56, 58, 59 WVestburg, Miriam, 42 Westergreen, Bernice, 42 Westergreen, Robert, 45 VVestfall, Everett, 33, 61, 69 XVestfal i, Philip, 45, 46, 58, 59, 60, 67 Wexler, Helen, 22, 33, 70, 56, 77, 79, 82, 83, 85, 92 bVexler, Robert. 45, 58, 69 Wherley, Dorothy, 42 VVhipple, Mrs. Velma, 21, 43 Vllhitcomb, Norma, 72 White, Louise, 42 White, Mr. Melvin, 21, 82, 83 White, Robert, 23, 33, 56, 60, 69, 74, 85, 92 XVhite, bliss Velma. 21, 66 VVhitesell, Donna, 34, 66, 78, 79, 92 Whitesell, VVillis, 41, 56, 61, 71 WVhiteside, Weslie, 41, 42 Wicall, Grayce, 42, 68 Vllilcox, Keith, 45, 65 VVilcoxen, Verlie, 42, 72 XVilk, Eileen, 34, 77, 85 VVi1kins, 74, 82, 83, 92 Willson, Arcella, 34, 78 John, 23, 34, 47, 71, Willis, Alminia, 42 VVinder, Leota, 42 Windom, Richard, 45 Winn, Everett, 45 Wilsconl, Charles, 41, 75 VV'ilson, Billy, 45 Wilson, Carl, 34 Wilson, Eloise, 34, 78 Wilson, Pauline Witherall, Marian, 42 VVitherbee, Lawrence, 45, 59, 61, 69 Wood, Louise, 42, 80 Wood, Patricia, 41, 66, 78 VVood, Pauline, 34, 78 Wood, Ruth, 41, 68, 78, 80, 92 Woodward, George, 45 W'ooley, Eloise, 42 Woolsey, Alvin, 45 VVoolsey, John, 41, 60, 61, 1 7 7 , 4 VVong, Thomas, 34, 84 Worcester, Janet, 23. 34, 46, 66, 78. 79, 84, 92 VVorrall, Sarah, 42, 46, 81 VVright, George, 41, 74 XVright, Jack, 41, 74 Wright, Kenneth, 74 Wycoff, Josephine, 41, 78 Y Yates, Lowell. 74 Yeager, LaVerne, 74 Young, Arthur, 23, 34, 71, 75, 79, 80, 81, 83, 85, 92 Young, Marion, 34 Young, Marjorie, 34, 78 Young, Max, 34, 74, 79 Young, Mr. O. O., 18, 19 Young, Robert, 22, 41, 47, 61, 71, 74, 79, 80, 81, 83 Youngblood. Miss Alta. 21 Youngren, Henry, 34, 71, 74 Youn gr Z Zachme en, Marion, 41, 73, yer, Cornelius, 34 78 EDITCDI2 . . . MARTHA JOHNSCDN BUSINESS MANAGER . . . JACK SPERRY


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