Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

 - Class of 1937

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THE IQEFLECTUIQ Puhiished by the IX IX IX IX It SENIUIQ CLASS GALESIBIJIQIB HIGH SCHDDL IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IEALESISUIQG, ILLINDIS IX And as this story thus unfolds, with scenes oi school and good -times toici - - We hope to Bring you the very best - So this hooic you'ii iocic in your treasure c h e s t. Maw' - I V s. F H1937 Engravings by the - o ID 0 n t i a 1: Engraving Co. IX IX IX IX Printing EWTFEN o o o W a Q 0 n e r Drintine Co. IX IX IX IX Covers bythe . . . . North Amer- ican Dress IX IX IX IX Q . ,y T ?11gm4ii4-'R":H's.'-' -11. gj: . ff A fx f , . '-L ' ., We present to you with the 1937 Reflector, Willie Wearywit, our own comic strip character. Willie, a member of the senior class, has a superb faculty for remembering and recounting the highlights of our past school year. So that each of you may lceep in a tan- gible Form the humorous viewpoints ofthe good times and activities which malce G. H. S. clear to all, we introduce Willie Wearywit. 51t2iMHW it wi if f? T 'Vfmiti' T 'F g P X XY ails NY X X Q 1-.WL 'Gif' if U al"lello and greetings from Willie in person. Since last Sep- temlaer l have been busy with my camera and typewriter picturing and recording every red letter day on the Galeslaurg High School Calendar. sl hope you wiligain as much pleasure from seeing anew that thrilling performance, 'The School Year of 193T, as l have received through portraying it for you in pen and picture. Bon Voyage--l'll see you laters. This lad will lead you through the curving roads of '36 and '3'I. His remarlcs are found here and there throughout the pages and the figures adorning each page are differ- entposes ofWillie's masquer- acling. Talceabow, Willie! -1:3-.:. A .,,,.: A I H KWSN X Q5 N QQQEQ :- , , . . , , S cz. X X HE?5YgX : f ::: THE CUNTENTS TI-IE SCI-IDUI. fx fx jx Part I TI-IE UDGANIZATIDNS Part ll ATHLETICS fx jx Part Ill IIEATUIQES jx Part lxf IX STAFF Editor ....... Jean Dowe Business Manager ' ' ' Dohert Mariner IX IX IX IX IX Staff Members -"' MARGUERITE ANDERSON, RICHARD BROWN, IANE BRYAN, KATHRYN BURG- LAND, IOHN BURNS, WILLIAM DICKER- SON, RICHARD DOYLE, HARRIOTT FELT, RICHARD HARTLEY, BERNICE HERMAN, ROBERT HOWE, EDWARD IOHNSON, MARY LOUISE IOHNSON, MARY IONES, FRANCES LARSON, MAX LAWRENCE, DEAN LIND- STROM, EDMUND ROBERTS, IUNE TEN- NERY, ROBERT WEAVER, GRAYCE WICALL Adviser '-"" MiSS Babbitt ArtAdviser ""' Miss Belshaw Photographer ""' Mr. Dambere IX IX IX IX IX , ak,- 'Kw fs 1 .,,g,I I 1 .I rg, ' I . fs W ni ms E 8 .-I rj Wm '. ' I ' 4'i,'k"v " ff ff Nm, Q . ALJ' ,U ar-w MR. O. O. YOUNG "The Reflector stay? asked' me to do most of the talking and masquerading tlzrougfzoul this book and when I finally gave my assent my spirits took an ascent so here I am. Try to bear with me." IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IX .J 1 A s5R"YX4"'i 513211 J! vF:.w2s+BiTZfSS151' JL, u. 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W A' 4 Txf? f:if ' i'Efff ill fi. 2 ,.E23CA""Lf1Ef: ' : W ' fa.-Zi ,.1 'em he ' Q l 7 f.. 4,,A Z :n f 'A"A.... ,.,.,, '-': ,A.A zzzizb .,A' Ivzzi E SUIDEIQI TE DEN 'The other day, Myrtle and l happened to be tallcing about our superintendent of schools, Mr. Young, and she said that of all the people she has ever had the privilege of meeting, he made one of the deepest and most favorableimpressions on her. l agreed with her for l have noticed in his tallcs to us, that he possesses a very lceen sense of humor and has a human slant on things. We lcnow Mr. Young has a responsible position, but this doesn't lceep him from smiling at everyone and passing a cheery word. l always feel a Bit in awe of him, but he certainly has won ourfriendship. We are grateful for all he has done For G. H. S. and he is a welcome visitor to our school at all times., If DDI Cll3A 'l told Butch not so long ago that in this world it is the 'principal' of the thing that counts. And that applies to our prin- cipal, Mr. Moyer. He has many dutiesito attenditofhuthe is never to busy to 'tallc it over' with us. l can't imagine his being anything but cordial and considerate. As for energy and enthusiasm--why, Mr. Moyer is interested in everything which goes on in G. H. S., and certainly gives his support and assistance to all of us in our activities. ln every instance he does all that is in his power to do for our school. l hope when l'm in college l will have the opportunity of knowing a man lilce Mr. Moyer who can advise me on my problems., . A, F 5 X , , , ,, L v X I 1 K MR. E. L. MOYER "As I look Befxie, my lypewritcr, out of ber little box, :be xuggested tba! I first apologize for not being able to secure snapsbotx of my two bex! friends, Myrtle McWbortle and Butch Bloompot . . ftbey're camem sbyjf' IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IX , zgsffmalu ,.'pCA-.Law -ag-.-. M11-wart,-L Q5 . ., '- -, - -' I ' , ,- - 1, ,-Q f , ,. 1, ,-:- 4 ' ' M V ,pi , r L. ,:Z,' f mr: A . .5- 541 Qgjwp zum. au -,E usa - w ig -sf: 'xx ' -': ,fv:pifgf' .n, J 'f:1ff-'s4:i- S-:Q'f5'5'L'7-'1'fk53,"7', ig"-' :Z 4: ' ,Mqf. riri:.yf3w1-'Mg rv jefwgfg-5,5ig:w,gg,f, - - 0 A- - - - . . - . L ., . - . . , ., . .,,.-,.. 2-,W 1: 12, 5 A f4.Sv f,71 . i-5: ' .1 amff.-,. ,lm 4 '- fm ' 'i ' H,-. ? ii i You'r 'fl told Myrtle that these seniors are pictured here Because, in most cases, they were elected to prom- inent positions by the stu- dent body. "Edward CBubD John- son was elected President ofthe S.A.A. He appeared many times on the G. H. S. stage, was elected to the Honor Society as well as being a member of the N. W. C. debate team. 'fl thinlc Pete Brown is W, X f f Z7 X f if! Wx W gi ,, A I ,, M 711. W 14151, i , W X ?Wf'!ff' ' fa, , , ,, heading straight for the presidency of the U. S. A. for he was President of the Boy's Forum, Lincolns, and the Senior Class. He belonged to the Honor Society, participated in oratory and N. W. C. debate, and was business manager of the Budget. "Katie Burgiand has held more offices in school than any other person, among these she has been President of the Lizzies, Vice-President of the Service League, Secretary of the S. A. A. and of the Senior Class. She also belonged to the Honor Society. 'Two of the tiniest girls, Virginia Mae Hughes and Barbara Burlchaiter, taclcled one ofthe biggestjobs,beingeditorof the Budget. Both are members ofthe Honor Soci- etyandG.S.C." i 3 .3.,.::f :Q-:: ,':A ' -uv Q A f ,S X , X I N L xv X .... ' .J .... xx X v ,uf f , , V A Q X fif 'vaisdf' ' 5- V, WE N0 'Last Fall Jean Rowe was ci1osen editor of tl1e 1937 Reflector and was President of tl1e Lizzies For the first term. She played i on Hue N. Wffjtennis team and aisoiheiped i1er cmb wm first place in debate. She was one of fourteen wl1o joined tl1e National Honor Society in l1er junior year. "Both Bob Mariner and Diclc Hartley served as pres- idents of tl1e Honor Society For tl1is year. Bob acted as business manager ofthe Reflector and Presi- dent ol the Lincolns, wl1ile Diclc was a member of the baslcetball squad and acted as gen- eral clmairman of Senior Day. sl belong to tl1e Boy's Forum and as we wanted tl-ne very best, we elected Pete Brown and Karl Aldrich .5 em .N iff t. at 'Q Wifi: Q:2 F4 .1 ,. s :fl E M31 f 's'f,:ii" Esmfk bf' ' sigh 'f"'11 1ys5.Q " i.1?9':'3 Vi- fi' A 'h f 1 e ' ' ' ' f L IDU. as our Presidents. Karl is an accomplished musician who can play great music that certainly doesn't grate. Botim of ti1ese boys have been in several plays. "Both Harriott Felt and lvlariorn Tlnoureen were Pres- idents of the Girls' Service League, Presidents of tl1eir respective clubs, and were elected to tl1e Honor Socie- ty. Hattie was time students' choice for the D. A. 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I r Nc ' ' ' A - , W ' I I Q-" -WSWS, Y ' .'J,f3g?r, I II , f .w i i 5 i ' I I f I ' ' I -f I 1 MU j .- ,,.A j.,.,..-, ha 3-vc .,.. . ,4,. 1 , j,,-,,.,-pi ,,,, .i ,i..:', . 'pi74.f-2-:i, ,1., i HTL., .4 , V25wiWf'i?Tfi'51'-Q.-05:5-1.em: -111 3. ' ws-L"" iw-v, 1" iw M 'I lf, i- -- rl .- my 4..,."L-ii .4 --,I s '- .K wlwf -1',r'-i---i'li'4--'i1vf.'f.3s?vf.,"'1-fi. .L .-f4..i..,': . ...,, i i,.r: ,.J'--ft .if ff.: ri -ggi' pine' , '5tE1,gli'f"'u:'W',-. f' ,ii 'Hui - , Q irff'k'Tt4'-Hiffi -A war". 'Ht '-:,.7.:.r.3,.5 l'5QT"l'1'fl 1? -.W vjwiw 'W'-- , Wg ,:i,uEL,.,v,fyi ,i,,.,q,:,f:il1-:vial-PM.t'5, gigsf . 4 3 2:42 "Both of our deans are kept very busy with the constant line of students who seek their aid. l, vvith all the rest of the C. H. S. students, have great respect for them. "When l vvas chairman of our fall party, Miss Cox helped me vvith all my problems, and l began to understand vvhy the girls admire her so much. My girl Myrtle said, when l asked her vvhat she thought of our dean of girls, 'Shels just ever so nice, charming and attractive. Most girls hold her as their ideal' "But l didn't have to ask anyone about Mr. Crawford, our dean of boys. That time l received that deficiency , . vvell, Mr. Crawford just helped me a lot. l-le understands us fellows and can put himself in our place and sees ourvievvs as vvell as those of older people, All the fellows think he is one good sport. And just as Myrtle wants to be like Miss Cox, l vvish l could be like Mr, Crawford." the flair: ' " " 4 'X Willie commenli that even if you carft go :rav- eling you may trip down IX IX AAIQST DEFLECTDD SD Mr. Crawford M iss Cox Deans N 0 r X QNX? 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Nt- '- i -' A .. , .. , 2 -1-1-::::::g: '-QRNNN-4. --'---- ' ""' F 5553 " XIII- .-n::.:,a:5-I,-5::s5:r:5::f-Q Q s N, X S ws Q Q X g ' X N M i Eg ' 5 1 s Sl l Willie my: that many xludenlf pool their rexourc- ex to keep the Reflector in the xwim. Top Row: J. Rowe, li.Blariner, Efohuson, T5 Dm er son, j.llryan, Il. Howe. Bottom Row: H. Felt, E. Roberts, M.Joncs, I VN eaver ll. Herman, Ml. llurus. There comes a time in every student's lite vvhen the urge to see and knovv everybody Con- duers the best ot him, To most ot us, the age ot the 'ltunriiesm is not so very tar back in the past lor is it the present?l and so vve are presenting our comic strip character, Willie Vvfearyvvit. Williels trials and tribulations, as a senior ot Calesburg l-ligh School, seemed to fade into the distance under the intluence ot lean Rovve, editor- in-Chiet ot the Retlector and Bob lvlariner, vvho so dettly kept the vvolt trom the door ot lO3i Remember the day Willie tried to tind out just vvhat was going on behind the closed doors ot Miss Belshavv's studio? l-le probably didn't realize it vvas himself in the making! No day seemed quite Complete unless our candid-cameraman, lvlri Dam- berg, vvas seen taking snapshots Whenever salesmen could be seen and heard Mrwiiirr' . .pam .1ffg...u.4.n:,Qaf.a..g4,,'.i 'lop Row j. '1'ennery, AI.,A1lI'lSI'S011, D, Hartley, G. YVical1, F Trac D. D0 1 . Y Y 3 Bottom Row: D. Lindstrom, K,Burg1and, M. Lawrence, D Bro n, F. Larson, M. L. johnson. in the halls selling their wares, which in this case would be Matinee Dance tickets, the stu- dents knew that another good time would be had by all atter school in the gym, At the beginning ot the second semester, there was an air ot mystery surrounding the school. Chorus girls were seen with stitt legs, and crooners with sore throats. This could only mean one thing -The "Retlectavue Scramble", This production gave us all a chance to see our local boys and girls make good. Probably every student has had a Retlector statt member on his heels at some time or other with questions such as these: "l-lave you had your pic- IX IX IX I 9 fl 7 IQEIZLEC UIQ Miss Belshaw Mr. Damberg Advisers STAFF tures taken yet?" "ls this the way you spell your uvlv , ,.,, i I ..,q name?" Q """ 9 Now that those days are over we hope that you .I :VZ 1 f ...: r -- really enjoy this new serial, "The Continued Story ' ot Willie Wearywit's School Days." fl S5 ,lik ,1,.. Mr. Wearywit rays, "A """" ""'- :AI knock inf! always a slam, iznzf uxually :fx a Reflector ' salermanf' vlzr f l r1:f:f.2:2 : 1. ::::':::":::l:: ':'l"l rm .V-Tffwyiyy-.--- ..,,,,...,,..,...,.,,.,.,,,1.,,7,.,.7,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,a.,.1-4--M F... iw wwf.. .,...,.,,f.....,...,,..f .... -.,.....,,.4.,...,.....,,M.....,.,,f-,,.T.7v,4.,..t .,...,.- ,..,..,-7-A..-..T7....-7-Mf,...,,. '- ,,53..4,jlgQ,g,.k. ' - ' ,,,, .ag -".3+,,f.:fA',,f.3.,b,Q. 1.-..f1.Lu,.,s.,. Lu' u g,aM.,sw.m... ,-ggi? 4 ,-Q N ,Q QQ '..:.,:a mary-aJ.:'A4Q4iir.f 'a-,-Mau wmo.:Zk.'z:z:mw. I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ HDNDIQ SDCIETY y .-.N--Qf -1 7-is 15-.pt Q yggwv.-rz,W-:gf'-H,'.j,Q.i:'3,wgfffv 1, ysgyftpygfzfgfp'-117g:f'g' w g: 'i j'-1zjr'f1g1"iqg- ,w3jg,..r 'f'-mv w e 'xr i, , , , , 'r w if-s m-rw-x t f t f I T - f , . . , , , 'ef E ga-tr- Q-mi I, wir, ' .f if J tw ,iz Q ag, if a-' ,W'i -5 gt,1 - . Nigga .fs i. -1- ,. , it ' i f i mt . , ,f..,yf- mf, Q i g, v.g4f??lQ:t ' Qing r ,v ii - fsfffg ,H . :ft W'-:ft -iris1.53is.,,':ts:Z?1,Vf.,ytiFi,'f3rl25i,t'mtg .:ti'.fj--pid' t351.9Fai:"35'1"L1Qi, f ,,,. 1 , , .. .., ' I? v ffl?-lla -i W- 3 ,w qi, .rg Q f sit 4' ,fv-34+ 'Q--.t.-imp'7'3fe5fi,s'lwgiw5Yf:lrii,r"p.131.-l?fvA2W' Mfr ,sity 'rt-i-' t rriiwxlfttswi' sf vftrstf-,:x, 'mari ll -Qifmefittf. 't-,tatttimts-ifkttflftiwlt 'law estitztr a.-tw , respected among highest ideals ot achievement. First Row: V. Hugltcs, E.JOllll501l. Kljones, H. Kost, li. liohan, l'. Brown, R. Brown, K. llurglantl, IK. Burk, halter. Second Row: J. llurns, M. Crabtree, C. Cordell, G. Davis, F. Dexter, li. Dickerson, E. Dunklc, H. Felt. 'l'hirtl Row: M. Frzinkcnburgcr, 'lf Freda, M. Frye, F. Gcltring, VV. Gchring, C. Goldstone, R. Grossman, H. Guenther. Fourth Row: F. Tracy, H. Tulin, E. Tupper, L. Vitali, T.. Hawkinson, li, Herman, J. Highlander, ll. Holmquist, K. Howe. The National Honor Society has detinitely established tor it- selt a place in Calesburg High School. lt is recognized and all ot us as representing the our school-as the symbol ot The inscription on the keystone reads-Chan praise and honor? Those persons ' 4 'W 'it7l???f"ff3t5'35'Yl acter, Scholarship, Leadership and Service, Ot these tour qualities on which the entrants are judged, character comes tirst, Without character it would be impossible to gain the other three qualities. One ot the questions considered is, have the candidates been outstanding in their scholarship, leadership and service because they loved the work or because they were seeking The other qualities would be ot little value vvithout scholarship, tor that is vvhat vve strive to attain in our high school career. The person who has initiative and shows a keen intellectual inter- est possesses that attribute. vvho lead the vvay, vvho are I8 ' ??iLE52FiT'5'Y ti Y' 3' l f' f r 'f T w IX . .bw " . .. .,, Y .- -V ,. :ni 1 V - .-Q M. -. yr- '- -Q 4 ff. .-.-swf f -Q tr'-wma..-.Ai----1 'e--f.1'1w-wr v,v": fr-t iff." . 'L eff-BM, '. 2' .' 'fm Q L A. .5 wus? in . ew. fr f'7"'ETf53 513155 V- ' V145-if i' , .i ' ' ' r"f:tHT"...-i'. 1:1 'if' -'NP' Zf.""' . . QL 1135553.13 I' 5 'V A V , 5 . .Il 24 :wp Q ff :veggie wt, , 3,1 Q. 'pi .x r g5.,H?,,,..5z r??Ia"w 5 ' 3 ' f49:if1'-'Ll' "i 1 un? ,-1 !'p5F. 5.5 1, M'-'4?,"7".t 'mf' 573' A LLL ' - i 'igliift r lf:-.iflE7 l 5 1. lvl V '35 fihfflle l ' 'ii 'gf' First Row: V.Hughes, E.Johnson, M.Iones, H.Kost, XY, Levinson, M. Linrothc, M. McClanahan, Mr. E. L Moyer. Second Row: C. McClure, R. Mariner, j. Xlzison, H. Nel son, M. Norgart, V. Parsons, J. Peterson, J. Rowe. Third Row: B. Stegztll, E. Stickney, XY. Strawn, S. Swag- ert, R, Swise, T. Szerlong, I. Tannery, M. Thourecn. ' E T BJ r L Vitzili, L Fourth Row: F. Tracy, H. Thulin, . uric , . YVebster, G. XVica1l, L. XVitherbee, li. Young. not atraid to set a helptul pre- cedent, are our leaders. They do not wait tor someone to an- alyze their problems tor themg they step out and point the way tor the others. Ot invaluable aid to anyone aspiring to National Honor Society membership is service. The person who will tollow instructions with accuracy and speed is the worker, or one who renders service. The torch is the symbol ot the Honor Societyg its one purpose is to light the way ahead. The achievement ot these ideals remains a goal toward which all ot us as non-members should strive to attain, The society tultills its purpose when it serves as an inspiration to both those who received recognition and to those who did not. The Pledge: l will be a loyal member ot the Calesburg Chapter, National l-lonor Society, steadtast in my purpose to abide by the right, to serve all just causes and to seek the truth with my whole heart both in books and in lite. IX p I9 IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTD lvlr Moyer Advifer HUNDIQ SDCIETY , gl -vt cg , W WW . 'lf V 5 I .'-. I ,--, ' xk lt. . ' V '... "" T it it f A I -E12-iv Zfirrifzf:.lx:3:2.':F1'1"!13'fHey'Pigf:::fw'r'fisi--::-e-wtf'-rm"'."r::sf-'sag-waiffrl, .-Ari: . Y 1 we -. r . . , u .... , , . , 4 . . ,,, ,, . , , , .1 y if 4 . i,. . Mk, , 3, ,g x U Q L, g a x,f?'tQ, ,g V an ,H W ,f 3 ,w,.' lt . if fg,,lr,f. -2i2.1'--'t21-1:-Q1E7-Wfiavw':tfi.1-r'vZiH'f+b:.bti-lifvirf-tw-if iawftcfhs- .sf- ' if ,. ' J . Hem s -'re t fi .f .'w"' in 1 " ' 'F lil "" at 55.-no -'f l' '-fizliyi H,--s.-"M: f'HW3T'?aN'?.Y:--YYZ .'41-T'G5iia.1'iz:m1P4?a'l-4341il'1i'E:Q21d4a?e1'if' ar. i wi fp-lv-' ,m+2s'al' 4 f'X Sv ' af W 1' ifi M ' lf'w21 We-l if 422-lla':'f.'1::i:-axle?-'E N", tw Mlllfff ft iv?i2'ill't in s, gall' ln, ' .. . . . . S- 'ff e 'F ' ' " " r X lr,-i-3' I 9 3 7 IX IX IQEFI-ECTUIQ 'Times have certainly changed since the days ot the little red schoolhouse when a sort of invisible bar- rier was established between teacher and pupil. Today they take a part in all ot our various activities and give freely ot their services and advice whenever it is sought. I just found out in my senior year how really nice the teachers are." Top Picture: Marjorie Babbitt, English An excellent teacher with so rnany friends, On her good judgment the Reflector depends. .,.' N ' X A A Edna Nickel, English :Q-NE C The Budget, piano, and English courses, too, GX Keep this capable teacher busy all the day through. .Q X rg- lvlelvin White, Drarnatics ..E'::.::g., N ' . tml, Around him many people congregate, Because he so easily talks and fascinates. is , Bottom Picture. Ellen Irvine, English With a manner so ealm, and a touch so precise, This teacher of English could be nothing but nice. Sylvia Ryin, English She possesses a lovely personality, ' Combined with poise and originality, l-lelen Olson En lish i '. VZ' '?. . ' ld: X W" 'ft' Z For an English tvaelier' she jits the i , - 2-J. Find a more agreeable one if 3'O1t will. ,... ..,.,. , .. ., .-e,.,4.A,....-, ..,, ., -,-.. ...,....,,.,,-.,......,..,.,.,. 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Mffgl- " - wf- if iff' 'fri 'Y I' K 4 S,,.ff ..,-, A. . , , ,,, ,. ,Y bb, A . ,, I,.,,, ., , .., ,., . . iff,.,H..5z .Sy MQW, ,,. ,MG Y I .,Qi,1fi,?x Af, V w, .X ,ia Sz,-,Qt 3 .r .L wf':'.,1i, 14112. .w . s, itg-x.,-4 .aQwL:If'ta:1.-:.i-5.4,..',::' 'ggwr' jf".lgQ"1J,:"'b' nv,-Tig: fE1r.i'f13.y,. sss1',fjn.'3.-FzH,- sgfgf 1'.'gqf,.q ".1:31wrziitevii-.xwriv-.1iff3:.s .,,:s.f::.-.lwwii-' . Qxacwigvfg'-tate'-y.vmth-Lesh-.y 'X .N-1 5,1-5'i'.ti+.1w,5: mm-fiA'5W3f4fA1mfi,.esf'-,iffseff a-,ix-fg:7i::iw .:wmQ2,i,i-1..,.m.l?QEw1L,Qli,t-midt Rimini Top Picturei Ruth Stickle, English Witln a mzzmzvz' .m mlm and d1'1'l't'f. In this one we find no dcfrfi. Hazel Anderson, English IIN hair is of ll sunny ltuv, HM' d1sf1us1f1u11 1.x ilmi way, iuu. Grace Egan, English Though 51155 bowl livrc only a ft'LYl!'. We fnd Iwi' zlitcwvxling mid .l'I1lCCl'C, Bottom Picture: Harry Carst, Mathematics A yrnjf c.1'tz'rio1' Ilia! fools .ro fczv, Hair Wally 41 .mwll f'l'l'.i'Ul! from our point of z'1'i'1c'. Velma White, Mathematics llfrf ig one lwld by all fo br dmf, Of losing our lou' .vlzv noni nv-vcr fcar, Charles Smith, Mathematics Through lzlm raw rmlly lmrn our llrfatli, And 1e'v'rc lwizml tu S1H'lkl'l'd by following his path. 21 Too Picture: E, E, lennings, History A .rch0I41i' and a !ll'7lfll'7Hl11l.f7'1tL', Tlzcrclv no and of fl1111ff.l' tlim mam can do. Irma Cale, History Nur! to our motlzrrs, tlzfrv'.v no om' so kind, 1..J 1.1.1 .AM 1l...a. S. L ,.,. ...,...,-if-Ifwun ...fa-,J Ami Home to Ui-in is mf m..fb..U..., ,,..,.i.. Eugene johnson, History So nike afpvarihig and SU-L'0lt.I'fl'01lS too, To limi much uiorilzy prrzisv ix duct. Bottom Picturei Charles Bednar, History lfVitl1 ri mirtlzful grin mul n merry l1?lflll-l10, This little man makes the ponies yo. Lucy Rich, History A woman of ronipctmifr and qmify, I.: flux tL'ai'lic'r of drzfcxv in history. Wayne Swinton, Sociology and Economics If you slmulrl yo so fur and wldv, In Sociology and Et'0110?P1lL'.Y you'd find no brticr yiiiklr' ,W . X I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTD "Two times two is four. We learned this long ago from our grade school teach- ers and since that time we've had constant contact with these advisers and there's no escaping the fact that they lcnow us very well lwhich is had sornetimesl. They realize that when we're buried in thought we are not always solving grave problems. lThat's a subtle one.l" FACU LT 'V fl' Z1 rK..f ' A Top Ficture: Prince Slayen, Latin A man of extrkzordinary caliber is this Prince, Having the power to both charm and conwnce. Flora Lamb, Latin She knows her Caesar, Virgil and Cicero, A better authority we do not know. leannette l-lillser, French She hae a voice .ro soft and low, h Stands ready to help us "comme rl font." Bottom Picture: l-lelen Moflitt, Spanish Go where you may, you'll ind no eyes so brown, And very rarely doe.: she ever frown. Florence Sheldon, Spanish So quiet. .vo gmail, .ro sweet, A more oblrgzng person no one could meet. 22 i f. .1ci.:..J ',Lma i. ...41-lem... ii f, ,l.la.1. .i ww.2a.lip rm- .i x J r,.t,.:'kai.1iia.ar:raamm.,4--irsirmzsaaGmm74.t,ar -, ., -1,,,,,aW,g,:g,Miglmy, My,,..,.,,,..,.,?.:.V.e,..,,.,,c,..,,, .... ., ....,, ,... , .,., ,..., .,.. -Z ..-- .,.,. , .-. ,,,.. , .,...,.. W.- F .,..,, .--..,.- ..,,..,.,..-,.-... . - ,,, .-.,.,,,,.,,,w 'iifiif'-'i.::, '.'.A:"f:',:S',1Q , 5, .. J - r 'f ' . ,L . ' Q - f r - . ' - .X f new i"?. . --:s f.,, , '--' 4,-,f'21lLfeeiay-ages.mf:-L-:,1 ,gin-.:.',..,:.I-ff . 1'-wer:-r..:.r". 1' :a 1- fu' 1, . i.-,JL-s:yi . J-, , 4- , 2 . gre, -, r,,:: -',fw'Q:'3-1I..aQfl3yL i . gf-f:, g,,.x. 1 1 'av ef .2 ,,Jff4gr,1,ar,,.f,.i,y, 3,z: ,.., ' me-6, - we ft: w'df",iww ' ' :nzwfti eP0'ew,2':"EJ' wifs3L"t" .'g.-a2'.1-A?u2',,f',:v1-'.fqfg1'fA.I1fg:3.Z.,ff -i 'ffQrtrfffdw-tif-sf'-1-rr at,-ismei-getww.-a3:r1gr ,q'uf,:.gf' -a5:.:i:,a mfr H W me-.frtl'4.a-1-ae:-mil.,ixtnw,mmtzvaee, -... ,. + . met e r - i, .r,.ttQg s -eg f gi, aQfa5.iwa.4f,. ,ge ,Qg left, ' W ' A i- ' ifrtlrf f T , 5 M . ,M 5,1 - P ,fe a , ,y Top Picturei Eryin l-layes, Commercial He greets vaeli one with zz l'l1l'l'l'fV "hello", And is knoziin by all as a good fellow. Frances Moser, Commercial A wee lirrle ,'rIi'ss with a hand so Erma, After uiorkinif twill: lzcr you know earl: shorthand Mildred johnson, Commercial Concerning typing slze's very eompetent, And is in good forrzfanion in any event. Bottom Picture: Royal l-larshbarger, Commercial A witty teaflier of Comrhereial Law, Ana' ri more "Royal" one you never Jaw. l-iarry Aldus, Commercial If von roiild searrli 'round the zciliole wide earth, Yoii would lzardly find one so filled with mirth. fgfm. Top Picture: john Gillespie, Physical Education He is head of all our sports, And a good one ai'i'ording to reports. Clara Cypreansen, Physical Education Tim! time rfmrulzes on is rertafrzly true, But even tzme won? erase the memory of you. Cierald Phillips, Physical Education He shares the many trials and joys, The work and pleasures of his basketball boys. Bottom Picture: Frances Bergstrom, Librarian Suvh ii niee smile and alzciays so eheery, She brightens eafh day however dreary. Rachel Anderson, Librarian A i'hurmi'r1g fir'r'son-iirzil stylish clothes, Our lrbrarian i'omI1i1irs both of those. fi.:-.yi is ,fi 4-ii i Q ,i P . lla' . Jn, Ll V It ' . vww,-.v , ,.fh5,,v,q i ,fhiliitl i A A QQ' " A rt l Ai 4 J, l H, N I 9 3 7 X IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ 'lAs l was thinking about these taculty write-ups and the fine teachers here, I waxed a little poetic and made up this poem: "Too many praises tor them we cannot sing. Their memory will ever the kindest thoughts bring. So here's to our teachers, each one so smart, For whom we shall always hold a place in our heart." FACU LT . X Xxx fx x is , XX Ns . X frm .i X .-Q N. 1. 2 -ss' .. ,S qs X hl x X XX X x x X N . X x X S X A X b , . i AM If .. 1,4 f r 1 y .- .'Y 'wi-tile-.-fm -f .itftdf 1... 1, , im ii... .i . ..,..,,..,,.. ,... ,, ii-wp all -1-my ' iq ix i lc i ' ' H :ll5T?rW4i'fzl lfififffi wifti fi Top Picture: Flo Belshavv, Art She's ever so dainty and oh, so neat, And to our eyes is such iz treat. A. l. Rehling, Agriculture He teaches about grain, farmz'ng,.a11d animals, And deserves a prominent place in G. H. S, annuals Bottom Picture: Ross Freeman, Biology A quiet and industrious man, In summer he often dresses in army tan. lohn Aitchison, Physics To our school he's quite an addition, And among pupils' favorites he holds a position. Frank Seiler, Chemistry A man of good nature is lie, Mfhof Mr. Seller, Our' tealhev' of flzemistrjt. Velma Vy'hipple, Biology A love of tlie right, a desire to please, Her class time is fonsumed with iinzilyses. '1 2 ,- 1 " fm 'vw 5 . W: est, W, I. ,J 1 .-,-wt.. in - - .' L . inf J . 7 ,Y -vi , , y ,v ' , . - i r , K , yi ., '-'-, V' ,ir 1 - B55 5 ,ff "1 .Lf ' I 1. . .Zi-A 4 5' nf- fi, "Hi," ""V2,f--' +"f 'fi 5. ' 5 it? ' I, tv: ' +2-Si-:Gr - r' ff'fQiQ' ,f7 f -rf,w'i:y .b'?irff'i f T, A "gf B I' JP' i ff ,yn-,r ,1,t.Lli:'-gL.A1Z'iwnn-Ie?3.ft-'gfrCi,'t+.ffu--,lf --We " I '11f",f.I1,fs' Q -iv"-Q' -1, sf r ilfif-"J',g1r.!:Q'f-Gr :, ' 'Ir fir' 1. -i-:?Sf3r,'1l K' :-?"3Qiei' ,pila- +f li F kr"'.TFt?Iffl??:T3'1:'fe. V.-5' "9-faiiff' '-rv -sm - -,5:' .3 "Sift 'Qi' QQ 'rP-..l2'h""'."fi-125.1 -Nr. ' f:",e"x fgiffi-F ' r' lst? ffz- '.fZf:fit?f-,'i,i,,1fsmint 1. A :Ui I-bil,-wa vt r ,ff 1 Br l 'W Elfftzrzfrf' - + fffvtffrfql'tfefQ'Szff12 X J t Axim A + Top Picturei Violet Simoson, Home Economics Ifo.v.vm-.tml of Iozrvly lmnds and 'L'OlfC,V Could any OHL' mulev 11 batter clzozwf Alta Youngblood, I-Iome Economics Sllfli 'very imrzmiy uiiilir mwdlu tmd flzrmd, The irlirest Of frivmlx, 'wlmi M1076 muld be mill? Marian Duke, I-Iome Economics That this fwfilv fllixx ix 1'l1ar'mx'1zg and ruff. Wa"f'0 surf no our vmrld L"L'L'l' fl'1.ffi1itL'. Bottom Picture: Thomas Brooking, Industrial Arts Full of HIIIPIZWOIKS f11z'z1x1111l1'iL'.y and j0kc'.v, To many zoom! f111'r'z'.r liz' gllZ'!'.S' tlw mlm!L'1'.vt1'0lev. Verne I-larris, Industrial Arts If you lmziv ini ambition I0 bc 'Zi'1.SL'l', lust kcrf' lm cyl' un tliix Ll-7IL'Ol1l adz'i'.r1'i'. Roy Damberg, Industrial Arts Tlivrfs iz lzvinklv in-l11'.s' vyz' and gold in liix limrf, In mmlz .fcliuol !'!L'lI1'1fj' lic c1005 more tlmn lux part. Roy Landon, Industrial Arts A happy member of this ltlgli sfliorll uhm. ls Mr. l.amlo1z, our mos! zrersntilc mzm. Top Picture: Edwin Lantz, Music He is fllt' folly l4'f1dc'r of our band, And um' all .my lu' is IWW grand. Grace Terry, Chorus Wlzerl Slllflliljl, xliv EKU!-7'L't1Ch notfx t"Z'I'1' .vo high To mrztvli liar at tliv pzzmo would br hard to try Bottom Picturei Betty l-Iusted, Secretary S116 its' 1'L'r'y um'-ll llkvtl by the stizdrlitx, And in licr' ujfifc 1i'oi'k slic' uxvx nmvlz 1'r'irilUzt'v. Minnie Iolinson, Registrar Daily f1Uf1Zl!!l'7Ift17IL'l' with .llfss friltilxmz .vl1iJ'zc'.v. Tllrzt fr1z'Hd.tli1fi with Juflz a Um' rzlwnyx IITUZUS. Carolyn I-Iaggenios, Attendance Clerk A: pert if mfs.: as cfm' yOu'I1 nwql, A T0 lzvvf' uf' will! Iwi' u'014Ia' bu qmtv u fmt. Tressi Perardi, Clerk, Treasurer How l01'fly 01'w'y1l1i71g must 300:11 lo j'O1l, lfVlz0 lmw' xirwll lcwvly Dyes to .rev it tl11'o.ifrI1. eg-?Am:31?F2+tfi21fQ-rlpzesiyiwgrfgsm1,.i..,,Q, '-4r4afgj4ff'ya21:-mgeqae3ggggw.?fz4a','Largufs'.la M X ,, ,, VAAQ 9 --1 ' - .,.. 1 1 i at - 51", - ' "WJVWLTWSW''2wTFFRFi Z"f-RIIAF,-IWgrinef-we3p.1'r-'trqifmfwfefnwfgwrcfxjfvgr'wrt, I, fwgfig "1 1, 1 W my fy ' Q, - tr' ' ' -7 'f ff inf 1 1 I ' f' Nw as my .I a , -at ' 7 r ' 3 f - J - I I I ,V N W 1 ...ii-:5e1,f.,s...,i.,v A 'I - r- I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECT "After three years of unceasing eltorts, I have reached the too . . I am a SENIORI At tirst I'II ad- mit I couldnt teel any no- ticeable change from my junior days because I had to study more and strive to set a good example Iexcerpt from my teachers speech! for the onderelassmeng boi atter admiring KPD glances from the sophomores, I re- alized my positionfl SENICIQS Kew t ,. ........ , X WWWZQW js 3 ,.,.A.4. ! iz, 71.12,-. 23" , f f f f 4 ,.A.. "'fe . ww' ' 1 , , ,::,,., L. . ,W 7 , V .A.i . .. -- ., W . .. ra f 1 ff ,V ., . . i. A NS' N N W yic ""'9z .4.... .-. - -' - , ' - at .1 fta.-ss. First Row: ALDRICH, KARL With his trumpet in hand, Karl direets his band. ALLEN, RICHARD Happy am I, from care lim free, Are they all contented like me? AMISON, PEGGY LOU Peggy Lou ls never sad, But always makes everyone glad. AN DERSON, DOROTHY Cake ana' randy she likes to eat, I'lI bet fI1Ilf,.Y why she's sweet. ANDERSON, IVIARCUERITE Full of "sip" and full of fun, Full of brains and not so dumb. ASBURY, RUTH This girl ealled Ruth Asbury Is always ni'ee,' never contrary. AUSTIN, LYLE Ever quiet and kind, Lyle :oorles to develop her mind. AVEY, IVIARTHABEL Marthabr'l's a lady fair, Wh0's willing to do her share. BAKER, LOLA You knou' lzer as Lola Baker. Of her club, she was a maker. Second Row: BARNSTEAD, IOHN This drummer boy in the band. Is handy with the multiplrieanri, BELL, JOHN i-i. Jack leads our elreers, All yell when he appears. BENSON, LUCILLE Sweet and nice is Lneille, Admired by all a 'very great deal, BERCWALL, HELEN Very lariyllke js Mi.r.s Bergwall, Very unassuming and natural. BERRY, EDNA MAE She sees tlzat her u'ork's done. Pausmg after to have her fun. BERRY, ionn On the gridiron he won renown. John is well known all over town. 26 --wffgy ff,-af-7.---,W ,.,..,..t.1-,T.,...,....,.....,.,T.,.-.,,....,.,......... ......,,.,1 ,....... ..,,,-... ,,. . ., ,...-, ,.,.-,.-,,. ....,..,.k.........-.-FT... 7 -.,.., a.,-...,........s.a -.,-...--.-,.17,. ..,:....-..,.,...., M.. . , '??1"H'!""?WT'3F2"7"'I'1fT' r,-Q -J wt ,' ff"-w.'-"Q'f2 t ' Zh'-'Z f- r" - :'tt-r2j 4"112fsef."e avefw 'ft'-'Mint-:sJ1s',r rsiaitt, -5, i .. 5 .I . , , , , . . , ., . . I K . ,A , 1avf.f -: , ' fit. 'we H,-In aszslww-tie,t:,,ita' - fwfr we ttvfweaalf M- itat .L-I . .1 . 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BLECKER, KATHRYN Slxz' ix a swinznxvrg ,vniurt as well, Sha is a real high .nrlzaol belle. Third Rowi BLOOMBERC, CARL Rirlirx fonm to llzcmr' who ivnit, For tlxzx adagc lz6's rz fandidate. BOAZ, FORREST llr"ll llr as rich as Uncle Bim, If X011 rlo1z't l1vlz'l'1'1' it, nslzhim. BOHAN, ROBERT lilrlfx .vfnxr of lmmor is Utry kfml, Ilvrv and at Knox lu' ix xrvn. BOOZ, DELLA MAE llf'r'x ix a ncmzf Ilwllv swvet, Juxt wfll mudv fm' 11 yfzrl .ro mvzf. 27 EOUCHAN, CERALD Gerry is quill' u lzrzlzdxomz' lml, A UCI13' good timv llc always had. BOWEN, DOROTHY One gram! girl is Ilorofhy, Gygygd fn bnmr' and fair' to see. BOXVMAN, DAIL A grmt bigf boy will: 11 big var Without a doubt hc"11 yo far. BOYD, DOROTHY Her' mm lrwr is Io-vc of danfe, WC'rQ surf' tlzat .rl1c"ll zxflwzvtte. BREEDLOVE, FORREST .Tlarjorir mul' lrix fflffllljf trim, Keep him happy as lu' you. Fourth Rovvi BR T CFIT, ORAL On Oral zL'r'rv zvillx'ng I0 bft. lflitlz hm' fF'l'l'7ld.Y sl1c'll not frft. ERODINE, IACK All zvlm lrnnu' him L'l1ll1ll-Hlfflfl? Of fun and pap lzc'l1 m':'cr lurk. 1 BROOKS, ROLLAND li'itl1 his musii' mild and mellow, Rolland is rr rliyllzmiuizl fellow. BROUHARD, CLARABELLE Tlmt 5110's ning' wr lmow wvll, A good l1'br'zu'1a11 is fllarabrllr. BROUILLETTE, DORTS IO An. Ulfilllftlblf' girl ix Ijoris JO, Sha rx never' hllrd with woe. BROWN, LQROY F, Quin' a workrr' ix this boy, Hz' .Should go flfxmxr, :L'atY'l1 Lt' Roy I BROWN, PETER President of the Senior Class Ifmlgjrl bz4.vi11v.v.v vrmlrrzgfvz' Hrrrzwi Iizzxrwt, bilsllbzg 1103- in town, BROWN, RICHARD llvlv .rmnll mul twill: furly lzuir, llr has fun M'ur'y1vl1l'r'1', ERUNER, LUCILLE l,m'y'.v frimlllx numlzcr nmny, ll"lm ur'r'n'tf I lemma' not urly. IX IX IX 4. ,J-Q an 4 . , ,gr .fgyg .fj- K i .,,, , YM L I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ l'Atter several years ac- quaintance with the Romans, our ielations are still ratlwer distant, The troubles ot Caesar were nothing com- pared to mine the time in class when I translated, 'Le'- ges Romanorum bonae erantf to mean, 'tne legs ot the Romans were bonyf instead ot, 'the laws ot the Romans were good' On well, no matter now dumb you are, soap w,Il make your eyes smart " SENIDIQS s ff-3! I I-Ig 1: 'law 14 is X X xl ix !,' 1 Es X s 'S Q H a ei? Wrffi -X' , S-:"? 5 ' " ' ..... . --l. ,,., . 3. 'I'Q 4f. K.. ' 'L , . ha. 5 ii , im V ., fi., L-. .ig First Row: BRYAN, lAlXlE fam' ix of an artixtiv turn, A lllflll rank xl1f"x .wire to mriz. BURCLAND, KATHRYN Secretary ot the Senior Class Sic'0L'l and clzvery all flu' uiliilv. Alwlz-vs rmdy with a smile. BURKHALTER, BARBARA In quart of lzfiouilvligf' slzz"s u.v:l- nlly bvnt, But .still fnds time for enjoy' ment. eorans, lowly fnlm is a l'l1cc1'f11l Ir1'.vl1 lad, Wlzcn with him 110 one ix xad. CALLAHAN, DOROTHY A little baslzful, zz lilllz' shy, lfV1'tl1 ll Mvinklr in lzci' rye. CARL, CLADYS Clrzdyx is a lizllvjvw' lam, Aluflzys 11 hclfv in tiny Class. Y' " W' -v-'x'-'- 11- ,-.-- .,,....,-N,-.,.-7-., CARLSON, BERNECE Berviifr' is quiet, but lots of fun S0 rrndy when worlfx to be dom' CARLSON, CHARLOTTE Hcr lxriii' is .ill-lllj' and liglzl. And Iwi' face I5 lilzwiyx lirigflif, CARLSON, IEANNETTE We oftvn .rec hor in her car, Ax xlw l11n'1'ie.v from afar. Second Row: CARLSON, MARIE Dilnriz' was a studiniix maid, Very few wow-dx .vllc vvfr mill. CARLSON, Pl-llLIR Phil ix Of a silwit l7'l'11d, Ready his hclfiug hand to land CARLTON, MARCJURETE iihiryurfll' is Cl litflf' bit xl1" N0z'z'r lvltiny li fliliizfi' 10 -Slfilllj' go by. CASE, JAMES Y0u'vr heard of fume.: Caxv, Hi' mm' l11'.v far .tfwll rnfv. 28 :Uf??52"'773'1" 7735: ef::f15E'5'!'2'Z5' 'ffl iii.- i wi al ' A 'f :1'1f+'1V-YI'-s".:7.fa,.ii,-S'E?i7T'?1if7ff'f 'Ta , rf ,Y fm' w 31 3 p.fx:.1: tflyf-is-,av 5--,L ,ff 2, -1'-.afrzr .,' 1-:-,g1,u,11,aarfy, ll KA T f , 1 1:,jQ.w' ' s 135' ,, , :I-s nr- .gay -11: g:.,'gmfiffgfacfs:-.zzsir:-if-:.f-,W., mf. ,,,.,,, ., .Aim J,,,w-.,,,,Lv Q , - , ., is ,,., ef.-f,:ff-S5 ,J -.4 .,f,1- H . , , - A g 42- 4 , ,-Q,'-ff- if A f--Q - - 4 gf, 1- -iw ':-..s-q.-1'-1., , -Q -i.',ff11,-,f,w-,...,.l 1-'lf-:y X,-eng.. f,i,i3g.- Q.f.4qgQTlf-wx-f-, why 3 - img YQ-3 vig ,Zigi E-4553-552 iifayiaavatxwtkzigQ", . 5 ',,. 1i,,f.f-gr1iJ.5,fga9-is if 12: 522, 7 ' 1,1312 L 1 1 'fix " ,f,i.1i,-mx. ,M-K Q1 f,f'.g..f,f,-1.3 q3,,:g,, wx , ,,sf15-,wfge-5 gfqawff, -'.w,r,l3y,ggj, We M,-AW.,.gg.tg,,a1,:-tyQ,---viwF.,,f-3,6451-Q f.,i,g,, fgf-g,,f.qzi,. yi 1 -Y ..,. a ' . A ' - - N ,- sa- ,- .V - A 'Q-ff, iw- 1 - , ' f5f 1!'YQ1"??x"fff45,rvl3'-wifi e f Mflwiw-95'f .:aif r' 6' efifimff-if: iIf1wlt"i n4xm ,3-'gf' Q-" fW rWS? 3f9'i.f1iiei?,6-w31- wk' i'12'11" f fl5t5" ' ' ' W Q 4 5 . M l: Q" .i T M ,. Jil: af . i . 1 . - .fin-i, -' f'1'2, Ei1?'-1 i.m1:lh.l, sffii3i - fi am sws f. V - in ifwfi- '1:is.sL:E:ff23ek2itif 1 A ' ' P A "ll 1' ' J- ff f A P' he i is ' F W' ,J K mf a f i iiiriiammmmv Q f 'Q at 5 qu -, ., rv .,, IAM , ,gf Q .Q CATRON, ELSIE Iilxia in hm' qzlivt way, I"vu' zrorzls wax lzvard to say. CI-IINN, FRANCES For Fr'a11l'0s, jirrtty is thi' zvord, Him' nira ,cha is, iw have hoard. CLAY, EUGENE Emfwzv ix a faf'rfI'r'z' lad. Gay of spirit, but nrz'L'r bad. CLINE, BARBARA Barbara has a frivndly stylf, T0 .wa it, wc would yo many a milf. CLINE, BETTY Batty is notva' by liar' hair, Anal l2I'if1g1x llllllfllll at'C1'yu'lwrf'. Tlwrd Row 1 CLORINE, RAYMOND Raymond alzvrzys hax his fun, But lIL"Z'K'V until l1i.v'zi'o1'lc ix done. COLLIER, ROBERT Ifolyrrf ix a ivortlzy friwzd, Anil his good work iw' do com- murzil. Z9 CORDELL, CAROLYN Sha dow c'z'01'3'tlzi'11,g wall, This girl fallvfl Carolyn Cordell. CRAET, EREDERICK lla has a love for speed, is Even though there ' no need, CRAFT, MILO W0 fii'vsUnl to yozl, Jlilo Craft, Of frirnds he has a Vafl. CRARNELL, HELEN EUOENIA Al svzviny .Sha displays Vaal skill, Her fifzyvrs arf' .wldorn xlill. CURRAN, VIROINIA A vary qirivl and afivicfnl lass, Who yradimtax with this Class. CUTLER, KATHLEEN Kalhlwn is lhix yirlk llama, A5 a nurse sh0'll win fame. DAVIS. IOSEPI-I Ax a rzrwzlxrr half 7,'m'3' flual, And in dregs his ever so neat. Fourth Row: DAVIS, PAUL Uh! hum' lif' lli'it'l'.v that Ford, And hc': lzarzlly wwf borsd. DAVISON, KATHRYN "A grand girl!" cl0.Ycf'ilJcs Kata, With mxvryorzr sho docs rare. DEXTER, ELORENCE Her nam? should ha "Dl'xt07'ify", As all who know hw' agree. DICKERSON, BILL Hn wrrells in painting and art, Gradzfs show lzf dovs his part. DICKERSON, RAYMOND Usually hv'.v lllzpffyfizzvai' sad, This wal all arozlna' lad. DOBSON. LILLIAN Lillian is swvcl and clarizzlre, For xjwzllua j4'z'0r .fha is a uzflre. DOWNIE, TOM Hf"x a z'm'y ll7Zl1.Y.YllH1I7ll1 lad, That half in our ulaxs zu0're very glad. DOYLE, DICK A loyal 7HL'HllJC1'AUf L. D. C., Dick in his Pontiac wc oftcn soc. DUFFY MAE ELSIE Sha alziiays hay tha lalast gtylcs, H01 .rpeizallj 15 loillj smzlna. fi aw 1 wtf' 'R if tWn"1f-,iilllwtlt I' 9,??tT3T4f7'IiHf'1T:.W?I'iIJcFifi'I'"F-'f??'7i'5'f''fiPl9l5lYiff3'1"???l' fm? W wil xlffm ills' 955' .wi .lagtgagxavfgv-'Ag,?1:' Vrgjyrfpx 'I-ff' K . M.. I .... ., V. .. ,, . I' --il-Las..-itff-swiss-fl ff Q - - -My M. f -vu .rv svyiaf :-rzgt L' V P : 'xi-.cn's's?Wv lf fvfifftflifihliffifgazif,-fili,tI '- gvwfli wi-wr Q Qttgq,5f!Ra.:l.'1:'If5EmiIE,0s ' Y' A , if , . , ,, Q ,,,, at fa-..-.qw , , . .. et A va 11 I 93 7 IX X IX IQEFLECT "Being in things is fun but I had to step lively to keep up with the rest. De- bate, declarn, oratorv, plays, orchestra, band, Foruin. ath- letics, and clubs . . time never hung heavy vvith bore- dorn tor rne. As a debater I tound that sharp-vvitted people have an edge on their rivals. 'I-he more I did, the more I tound to do . , when I Could get avvav from my math , .but it's all in the game." SENIUIQS 15511.22 :N Z? -I: 'H -v :-I QNX-. I.. - six w QI. Jef X sf I N X X Q' SR SN NNNX X S 5 XX ' Y tett "r ' ..,. f" xxx ,-'. fl: i I itiii U-,-. ,i ,.. ..,,,-,- ...VN snk-'?1'l'tiEli,iii-f,'TI'XGxq:rM1'l5m454lL?iit 't 3'iWf5hilfNIii11?f'i1f' " -'F'-Wa' 1 WL, , . ff ., Us .-A AVA , .gf , M First Row: DUCAN, WILLIAM With no aims to be an athlete, As a good fellow hc ran't be bca! DULANEY, DONALD 11011 plays on thc football team, Hg has psp, plus lots of steam. DUNBAR, VIRGINIA Virginia is a clwvm' lass, Who does her bcst in class. DUNKLE, ELEANOR Hlagnanimous in drrds is she, A pal loyal to you and me. DURBIN, DORIS Wit and z'htc1ligcm'c vombinrd, Make Doris lcarnfd and refined. DURBIN, LOIS Mufh mirth,and no madnrss, All good, little sadness. EAVES, ELOISE Not all arc serious, soma' arf gay, Lauglztvr talzrs our Iroublvs a- way. Nkfifitli ECKLUND IVIILDRED Sha has hair inflinad to curl, This quivt, thonglzlful girl. EMERY, LEWIS A fvrintrr hr should bf, This lad namvd Lewis Emery. Second Row: EMSTROM, FRANCES In 'vain for faults Of l1.M.s wr' pry HN nature is reserved and .thy ENNIS. RU-I-H A gay heart, smile and a song, Follow this prflty miss along. ERICKSON, CURTIS His c,rffv'r'ssion spoke a mind, In duty firm, composfd, rU.vigne'd. ERICKSON, FRANCES To do hm' best, to do that wvll With .vufh idfals she must cxfvl ERICSON, DUANE His hair is blond, without a furl Ilr".s nvzfvr without his girl. ERLANDSON, PHILLIP A man of Taricd inlc'n'.st hr, In fart, h1"s quit: a prmligjy. t 425 gls vm FELT HARR!OTT l'l'r finfl no 1L'o1'1l.v to tall to Avon, Tlzc fiilancnvx intrrrcd in thfx m1.f.v, that all k11z"1c'. ELVNN, ELROY l"'c'ry jolly, pr'vr1.ra and brigflzl, Om' who dom fnlxafx right. EOERTSCH, FRANK Nvr1tnr.v.x' rules tlxix gcntlvman you xcv, Hlillz 11 sans: of humor' sparklzxr mFrV1'lj'. Third Row: EORTMAN, GERALD A zfrrj' lmsky lad is hc Ami is a mcmluv' of I?.S.C. EOSBURC, RlCHARD firmrl tcnljrar, llka a .runny day, Shall.: a bnglxtnvss zn m'f'ry1amy. FOSTER, EUGENE Dark lmlr with .villefn xhvan, Thx.: boy xx knouvn as Cana. 31 ERYE, MARGARET A daxlx of wit, a .ffvzwk of sarrnr, You lmmv thc fwmrm I mmm. FULTON,JOHN A :fvzxilflc and wall brad man,- Tlxf budge to .v::4'.'C5.c lx: im" span. FUSON, WILLIAM Bill ix ons of our "Ay" bays, And to our svlzool Irs brings joyx. CARVER, IEANNE Jrrnmr is so full of zz-it, And .vu'c'atz'r'.x' xhr' lxkrs to knit. CEHRINC-, FRANCES 1"r'r1m'l'.v is so z'l'r'y .x'u'f'c!, A m'r1'rgirl yoxfll m'-z'f'r mart. CJEHRINC, WEBSTER A f'zm'r'r'ful guufrl zvux this boy, Aml many a for did lm destroy. Eourth Row: Cl BBS, RUBIE Rubivlv cym and frirn1lli1zm.f, Wm for her mufh lzappmusx. CIBERSON, ERANCES A lo1r4'r of muxiu and a tuna, just ax .vwval as a day 111 funn. CVBSON, MALCOLM Talk from him r1m.vl1'lrU a strmm, Aria' ::r:'z'r' sombrf' almxv lic sfrm. OOLDQUIST, DOROTHY Doratlzy and llvlla am' t0yf'tlzf'r, In fan' and .rtorvxy u'c'a?l1e1'. COLDSTONE, CHARLES E, Vary .VI1lllI'01l.S', will: many bookx, For lxzm m a f'm'l'.v furzwr you may look. ORANT, SARA Sara lfleur her' Er1gfI1'.vl1 Gravznzar, Aflrr krlawledgf xlu' flanzmrrx. CRIFEITH, BTLLIE Haffy-y0,lucky Billil' iw str. I.: just as plCa.ra11t ax .cha F1171 bv. CROSS, FLORENCE Ez'rryom' for lwr will flaf, lVl1r'n this girl llfjjl-71.Y to taf. CROSS, ERANCES AJ to lrdgflzt xlu' is 'L't'7'j' short, But in all a vary good sporl. IX IX IX I!"IH?Sv1:w- f1?a'.lf'K3i5 Lim: fQ""Z!1f'-I J ,,, .,-,, . ewvfrff -T1 .,,xQi,:m.W3W,m ,X WM? I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECT "One ot the reasons vvlwy I nate to Ieave C HS. is because I Iett a bad Impres- sion on rny nrstory teacher. On the Iast test I rdentttred the Eederal Reserve as a reserve vvnere tederaI em- ployees Itunt vvlld game, On me' Tnats one tntng about tests . . you aIvvays Iearn what you've forgotten, But one good thing, my girl friend, Ivlyrtle IVIcWI'1ort!e, thinks I'rn smart." SENIUIQS s x R -X.. xw xx sk xx NX ali ........., -M-I:-' .1-.f--'nm :a:-::, -5 Q .,,-,V,.,,. , ,ssfQ::'5E QN N : sR.s1.s11a ,s Etrst Rovvi CROSSIVIAN, RXXCHEL lffzfltvl ix our .vrnfr111'.rt1'4'1ztc, living wc!! dr'1'.v.vl'tl, .vlm'Il raw. CUNTHER. VIRGINIA At 1l'71lll'5 xltv ix qzrflt' 11 frirl, flml .v1'f'1'0s 'ZL'I11l tr fax! 'ZL'111l'1. HACRELIUS, FLORENCE Tlrix yz'r'l'5 lozfrly 111-11 lnvwu eyes, llazff' flmxvti vzrnly .r1'ylz.v. HXXICQI-IT, BILLY Ill' ix qtlfvt uml r'l',x't'z'z'4'fl, Ttzllm 113' lzlvz url' xultlrzvx IICIIH1. HALLAS, DOROTEIEA l'If'l1l'fzl'z'l'r you llwzr lt torrent of l'1mllUl', Lrmk to tllix guy luxx to .rw 1c'l1r1l'x the 1l1l!ffl'l'. I-IXXRDINE, KENNETI-I ,IIIIHYXI fwojtlv to 115111 url' ltzrvtl. 11'lIL'l1 flzls bo,v'.v Wrlzrf ts lward. HART, IOHN Quin' and .thy ix llzlx 1'Udlzf'ud, I'l'1'y fue' 1uor'tl.v lm-v him uw 311111, I-IARTLEY, RICI-IARD Not Jlly, lmlrll. zvltlv, flow' full, But tl Hlfl' m1.1'!1rrv of tlzum 1111. Second Rovvi HENDRICKS, THEODORE Tn all of tm his rzfzmr is Tumi, That lzt"x frm 1:'z"r'L' all r1yrt't'tl. I-IERIVIAN, BERNICE Slzc' wax fll'l'A'l'I1L'll1' of C. S. ff, Tlwy all rull hw' NEW". HIGGINS, VIVIAN Instmtl of"1 u'on't" Vl"Z'l'tl?Z.S'I1j'S "I nm". llfitlz ll mxmzgft' 12l'L'0H1l.llgl any '1UOUlllH. I'IITCI'IEN, ETI-IEL Etlwl ivrzx lmrn I1L'?'O.S1T thu XFI1, Wl1zt1'r' tlzl' jwrlfvlc arf I11'lUl1j'5 tlrifzking tm. I-IOLMQU I ST, BETTY MAE F1111 of jun, tural oh, so guy, S110 lztzx fwf' llzt' lzzw' 101151 tnzkx I-IOOD, RUSSELL lfmrsfll Lv lull and zvillz fl fwnz, lla.: a youll 1wIr'tl' for' l'z't'r'ym1t'. 32 HORNEY, BILLY Billy 1.1 k11111u11 f11r111x1'111'1-v 1111113 A1111 111 11.9 111' .v1'1'111x 1111111' 1111111111111'1'. 1-TOVVE, BOB H1' 1111.v11'1'1'.v 111 11111 111111111 111 1111'Z1'1'. .-11111 111 111'! 111111 11111f, 111".r 1'1'1111,x' 11 t1'1121'. HUGHES. WROINNA MAE T111' 1'11I.11l1' uf 11111 1311111111 11'11s 1'11'11111111 111111, 1171111 1111.1 11 .v11'1'1'1 111111 t1'1'11111'1111 t1'11,v. Tlwd Row HUMPHREY, MARION .f11m'11wv.v 1'1'1111,xf, 1!1'li'1lj'.V 11'111'. 111 1111 11111 11Il1Ij1.V .v111' 11'11',v I11 1111. HUNT, REED 111 1111 111' 11111'.v, 111' 11111111-Vx I111'-11.r, 11'1z1'1111'1'111'111'11111'.1'111' 11111Yx' !11'I1I.N'. INCLES, MYRTLEELLEN 11-'11 11111-111'1' 115' 111'1' 111111fyv 11111, 11 1111 111'111111 1111171111 1'y1',v111111111111'. JACKSON, BOOKER L 1V11U11 11111111.c111111' 1'1111111'.v 311111 .v1'1', Bookw' 11 1.1 surf 10 1117. IACKSON, W1 C. 0110 .vi1'1'11 xf1111'1, 11'1"11 1111 11111'1'1', HC 1111121 113' 11111 11111111' 111 11'. if 1116055011 ART H1' 1111.v11'1'1'.v 111 11111 11111111' 117 .-111, 111 G11 t1'111'k 111' 1111111 111.1 1'111'1. TAMES, DONALD .'1121'11,x'.r 17'AVI'7I1f 111 1111 111-.V 1111. 1-11'11'11111 111111'1'.v 111' 111' .c1'1'.v f11. JOHNSON, CORINNE L 111111 'Ii'KlT',V 11111-1' 111111 111I.v 11f 111111. S11 ' 111 11111 11111 11111 11111 1111 11.1111 ' ' JOHNSON, DOROTHY To 11111 1'1'1111111.11.r 1.1 111'1' 11111111111 111111 111 111111 .v111' 1.1 1111 l'1f11!1. Eourth Rowi JOHNSON, EDWARD r11'1111', 111'111111', 111'111111'1' 111 111111, 11111111 1111111'11 111' 11111-x' 1111111 191111. VIOHNSQN, HELEN HF1t'111 1s 11 11111 1111111 11-1'1'1v111111111,v A1111 11 .S'111'1'111X 171 11111111111-v. JOHNSON, MARGARET JANE A 111'11101'1'111 f1'11111 L'111111'1'1111. I F01' 11111', 111711111111 11111111111 1.1 11111 JOHNSON, MAROARET M S111' 1'111y.v 11111 111111111 z'1'1jx' t1'1'11. .-11 11111 111'1'111'1111111 .v111' 1',1'1'1'1.v. 1OHNSON, MARY LOUNSE S1111 1.1 z'1'1'-V 1E11111'11111111 111111 .1-1111111 S111'1'111111111 1111ff1111',v.v 111-111' 1111. 1OHNSON, ROY .-111011111 111111 11f S11'1'111.v11 111'.v1'1'111 1111 1J7'1Jl11.s' 11 z1'11r111-1' 1'111111111'111. IOHNSON, RUSSELL 111' 1111.v 'z'1'1'y 111111' 111 .v11j'. 1.1.f11'11.f 11111511 111111 1111111 11I'.X' 11'11,x'. JONES, COLD1E S111' 1.9 1111f1f1,x' 111A'ZU117'k 111' f'11IVY. T111' 7.L'1lX' 111 111' 11-11111 1111v 1111111v TONES, MARY "f1111J1'y" 1111121 1111f'f'11,x' 1111 111'1' z1'11,v. 111111 11 f'1'1'.111111111'1-x' 111111 111111 P115' XIXIX L mi' K ,f X 4 5 .,,A,yg, . , ., ,kkr .,J,,lr' , , . i V M..,,,,w ,dr M I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ "Being a senior has its ups but it also has its downs, All ot the teachers seern to delight in assigning outside reading . . lost the other day my English teacher told me to read old English po- ems and a book, 'Crashes l Have Knovynll by A. Sliced Pineapple, for the next day. Woe is me, l'rn lust like a chorus girl, l can't retrain from kicking about my Work." SENIDIQS :F Q ' il K .i ': ft X 0Lo S OEM: x X X i' "rt U . ,,,, ll. . y..V 5 ,Q . . bgi., First Row: KELLY, OWEN Through the pages ever turning, He is on his quest for learning. KEMP, ARNOLD Sportsmanship merits praise, This in mind he always plays. KEMPER, HAROLD Mechanism's his great interest, Some day 'twill be his business. KENNEDY, DOROTHY Dorothy has such pretty eyes, Not unlike the stars in the skies. KENNEDY, GEORGE George is one who will be fair, He tries to treat you square. KOST, HELEN Kind and thoughtful in her ways Tries to help through all her days., KRASE, ROBERT He gives us all a bit of jest, In this mood, he's at his best. LAMB ARTH R , U Arthur is a somber lad, Was never known to be bad. LARSON, FRANCES To be a ehurrt is well deserved, To one so quiet and reserved. Second Row: LARSON, VIVIAN Here is one -who must be gay, Always a cheerful word to say. LAUER, VIRGINIA You may look far and near, To find one so full of cheer. LAWRENCE, MAX With ambitions of Loehinvar, And his smile, he should go far. LEIGHTY, BETTY Quiet thoughtful and sedate, To all of us a good sehoolmate. LESTER, MARY IEANNE This girl's name is Lester, Smart, charming and a jester. LINDER, FRANCES Very gentle, good and true, Pleasant to me, pleasant to you LINDGREN, ESTHER Esther is a grand old name, Dating back to a queen of fame. LINDROTH, MARIAN Vice-PresIdemt oi the Senior Class Sweet ns honey, busy as a bee, The Iriml of girl we like to see. LINDSTROM, DEAN In life lze finds lotx of fun, If tlxvrelv work, he gels it done. TI1Ird Row: LINN, KENNETH HN5 a mvmber of A1l1,'i.v0ry 105 Alwrlyx ready to u'0f'k and strive. LINROTI-IE, ROBERT lVlxL'v'r'1'vr his foUt.rti'f'x 'ZL't'1If, 111' was tlxr' king uf mrrrimrnt. LUNDEEN, HOWARD Treasurer of the Senior CIass llod ix Our big Ilzrvf Irttm' man, Fiml a more z'vr.mtilv iithlvtc if :VON 54171. LUNDI-IOLM, FRANCES 511135 IL girl l2lc':.x'l'fl will: brains l'l'itlz lzvr lessons Iuka.: f'i1i11.v. 35 J LUSK, EVELYN Em-lyn is of dark fomplr,ri01i, lVlzii'li to us is about perfection. MCCLANAI-IAN, MARY A jolly lnssie, churk fullof fun, Shih ziffjv nice to fzvufjwize. MCCLURE, CLENOLA .lust luring lzafjpy ix 41 jim' rliing, From 'woe to joy you i!'ll brzng. MCCILL, DORTHELLA 1IOl'fllL'ilf1,.Y .rpiril.x' uri' 1'z'L'r' yay, If at work or just at play. MCKAY, RICHARD 'Tis true 1101: very im'Iinrd, To talk and joke with mankind. Fourth Row: MCLAUCHLIN, NELLIE l'Vv know her by her jolly air, Laughing eyes and jvt black hair. MAHAEEEY, MYRLETTA .II,vrl1'tm is CXt't'L'tlI'7Zg11-X' fair. Hur' temper down? mrzlrlz her lmir. MANIVVORREN, RACI-IEL l'll ln' nzcrry, I'll be glad. Our thing surf, I'II not bc sad MARINER, ROBERT lfl"r'w rroud of liolfx imml work Hr' likes 10 help will will not xlzirle. MASON, JACK If varlx Om' u'0rkud ax lmrd as lzr A nice place tl1i.vn'orld1z'ould be MASSINOAIL, LOUISE l.0ui.r1' is quilt, quid rm mice, You know slzclr 1'z'ry,m'r'y1iif'e. IVIATI-IERS, I:'I'IYLLIS P is fur' Phyllix. 11 girl :'z'ry x11'4'i'f. Wvrzrs fretty flvtlzzxr and is nent. MAYI-IALL, ALICE A blonde -who'.v lotx of fun, L'l1r'rrf14l 'ZL'OP'ti.Y for' 1'z'vr'y0l1f'. MEADOWS, I-IELEN Clmxbirxvd zeitlx hm' class ami xtylv, V IVU find her ezwr rmily smile. 1 IX IX IX 2 N33 W A A "'1' VK. 2'-M1121 rwrrarnwgfu wine ,-1z,, r I, , , ima ww-, I In .. 1. ,.- X. . . , W, .,, ,. . t t A 'IR ' r at 4 A-fiziaal, ,,'!42Q1r,i43Jg '. Q -LY' 5e1,.?lrQt-- fu ,2'ffj"Tgf.', fl f J 'f5r1',gQW5".f"', -i 'f T ' ,, 1 " Y' 61'-t?'1?t,, :V Q. A "!54Ii2'5-T' -'L 'III 4-ri"3f!',1'I!-ff 27- r- .' 3'-E "iff - S 'Az fr 'fit-IIE'-',"'3w-I'E:f1k' ,jf 6 I f 1 . ', QQ? I -L. .KI ,If 5.115312 V' :A 'S-H. "w,g5'af',1'f' , ,IQ " I ' Y 1 1: 'I-7'-fFf'f3ff3jT'gl ' 1 I I 'I r -::QA-2.',g-:a.f:s:g'1 N '5 5353? iii Evert'useXE-w"i-A4:sz'r,fe5:3gef -' 'f..'-Aw ufm.:f'fa1firx:: wr, ' l'nQ13i'ai.1s2?5-ff ii H5251 ,. -1 . 1 .. 'Q -ex .ag .1 , v V - .M-:ty.L: I 937 X XIX IQEFLECTDIQ ul teel asnarned as I ttoe tnrs but at one turne I de- veloped that dlsease called 'senroritrs' I was a Irttle bored vvatn tne general run ot tnings, I vvasn't even en- tnuslastic about tlwe spring partres. But after I got there, I nad more fun than ever before and now as I remember all ot tne oartles, Irn vvonderlng It I couldnt rnanage to come back next ve-ar." SEN DDS - -'ISEIFQ2 vS "'::t'1::::a. -5-.Q-,::5g5"f N S C K .- Q 'PE I gm FQ' . dat 6 ,ft X S , ..... - ""f' I ' .,,A,.r " ::::r- , ..-r t""""' .,.. ---'- ' 5 '-1:rE:5:::f:r:n:Er1:-. 5' X f' I Eirst Rovv: IVIEGGINSON, GENEVA Mild nzrzrrlzers, a ywrfh' Ilmrf. Alirrzyx Vmdy I0 410 Ilvr' part. MELICK, IUNE fum' in ulmoxt L'Z't'7'j' 'ZE'tlfX', Dfalevx flu' most of t'1'f'1'y day. MEYER, FERNE S110 ix mzofluv' jolly blond, Hrr' l1111g1l1ff'r is 1u'111'd lxcrc mul anon. MILLER, BETTY Small turd fiery and full of fun, Piurm plrzyirlg by luv' is donv, MILLER, RAYMOND Tlrfy my his STIUIIFK' ix yoldtvl. Trrrw' icwrds zwn' l14'7'z'r' spnlevll, IVIITCHELL, EVELYN In lirlgflixll sin' t'.fr't'l.r tlzz' Hitt, In tt',v!.t.r'1za'4Im'.x' flu' 7'l'l'j' bvxl. MITCHELL, TELITHA Tvlfflztz ix, m'z'Iil1'.vx In my, 1f'1'I'V' frltmttnzt, xnzilingf and fury. MOBERG, RICHARD Dirk ix a Afvitclwr of .coma note, And to lzzm we gnu' our vote. MONSON, RUTH A mixx zvith a-tzmzlelt' in lzw' cya Dr'n'zz'x rzttwztzoxr jrfmz vvcry frrlxsm'-lay. Second Rowi MOORE, GERALDI NE Alttwz-x',v Irzrzlehzy otlxvrx mf'r1'y, Is t111.vr1m' who IS mllvrl "JL'1'1'y" MORAN, ERANCIS His IHIIIYI-fEOIZS nrt' lIIlffl'lll'fI.Yfl'I' HL' jndx 1'11J0,x'mf'HI1'I1 his l71ll.YI'L' MORRISON, GEORGIA Gl'Ol'!l1'1l Ixus a wvy all IIN' UZU11 Arcmvzd .vrlruol tht' rx wvll Immwz MORRISON, RICHARD At dn'.r.v:'l1y 114' ix fur' flu' bmf, Rank him lziylz rmzmxgf thc rt-,tr MORSS, CHARLES Tltix lmy 'wc' call f,4lItll'll'.Y M07'.vx Hz"x .rmtzll but lu' lmx lrlvnty of forrv. MUREEN, RUTH A 1'1'111 11111 1111111 fl 111e1'111111' 111171 S111"11 x1111111 by j'0I1 10.111 01' Tm'I'II NELSON, ARLNNE 1v1'7',X' 111111'1 111111 very .v11y, I'l.,.1'....'-1,1 41.1-Hffla -1.11-1111. 11. 1 1.1 .,,...,. 1, .,.. ,1.,,.., W., . 11'11y. NELSON, DALE 111111' f1111,x'.v 1111-v1111111111'1111 S11'17Z1lS, S11'1'1'1 11Il'1UI11'L'S 111' t11'ZL'1l-XXX 111'11111x. NELSON, ERNEST 4.1111-11' 11 11111'1111s1 I 1131111111 .f11y, 111 11111' 1'111.x'.v 111' K1l'Zi'11j'S 11111 .1-1. Thvd Rowi NELSON, FRANCES 1f1'11111'1'.v ix 1111161 111111 'Z'l'1'j' .m'1'1'1 1l1'1' 111'xf111.v1'11'o11 1x 11111'11 111 111'111 NELSON, CENEVFEVE A1 11 11111111' you 111'111' 111'1' 1'111'1'1', 13111111111 1111' 11111111 1'111'11 y1'111'. NELSON, HAROLD "I"1'1'11'1'1"', b1'1'1111s1' 11613 so small, .fix 11 1'l11'l'I' 11'111l'1'1' 111' 11'1111x 11.v 1111 NELSON, MARY jEAN A 111111' 1111111 11 111111' .v11j', A 111111' 11111, 11111 111 1111111. NELSON, 1111155111 c1'111'1j' 111111111 111111', 11111 111111' 115105, .4 1,,..f..- 11,11 ,-,WM-1 1171.1 1. 111.111 um., ....., ...,..,.., .111 11.1. NORCART MURiEL S110 1.1 11 jll'1l1-HX 111 11111111113 I-l1.v101'y u'1111 111'1' 15 11151 11 g11111f. OAKES, MABEL She ,v1'1111.v '1i'11111 11 111111.61111 2-0116, O11 ffllf' 1'1'1'11'.x', .V111'1.Y ffrirf 1'111111'0. OYDONNELL, 1A1V1ES H0's fl 11111111 1111111'1'1', 511 tlzcy say, C1110 111111 111111111 11111511 111111 11013 MU'- OLSON, MAE 1.1 :lm full of f-1171? You 1701. A11 1111111111111111111'1111111f111l0j psf, Fourth Rowi PACE, MAXINE Lovfly 111 111111! 111, 111111111 10 k1111111, I11 f111'1, .x'l1l"J t111r 111111110 511011-. PAI MQLIIST, MARY jEAN 111111110 CO1z11'O1 11-1'1' 111111-1'11111 fmt 11'1lF1l 5110 x11111.v, 1111 1111111' 11 fI'l'1Zf PARK, CLADYCE A .vC1'011d Sh11k1'.vf11'11r1' 1.1 5116, Ann' w11v1'f1-1- 'rm1-m1- 111111 1-1111 mn PARNELL, KATHRYN Katz' 1.1 5116111 11 f111f1111111' 11111, S111' 1a1'1'fs 01'1'1'y1111'1111 111 11 11-11111 PARSONS, VIRGINIA 1,111.1 of 111'111'1'1111.v, 11113' 111111 121111111 0111.1 111111 5111115 111'1' 111'1' 111'1111111 PEAK, PATSY A jolly y11'1 2111111 !'AVL'.Y 0f 111'0'11'11 llvr pcr.so1111l1'ty 1111.1 1111111 1'1'1111zu11 PENDEROAST, GENE T1111 111111 1l1?l1?j' 1.1 tlzix 11l1j'. 111' 1h1'0z1'.1 11 111111 11111111111 11 try PETERSON, BLONDELLE A 1111'1 of 1111111115 1x 1311111111'111', l'1f'11rki1zy 1-11'1'f11y 111111 1u1'11. PETERSON. DONALD 111".v 1111111 111111 1'111'1'1'f111, 11111, li1'111'1' 'l'l!'fl1L'5' 111'1' 111111 113' fvw. 1 IX IX IX St' iae"rzwtfsi1i1,' t fr'1ffa3:'wt K rt .f I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ "lt's hard to paint a pic- ture ot how busy those last weeks are Our time is trlled with partnes and banquets plus senror rneetlngs, the senior play and senior day when we all get out ot school and get sunburned Then We all go dancrng at the senlor party, The only thing that shades each event is the thought that our Senior days wrll soon be over." SENIDIDS Hi 7 ,, ,I ' gy- 1 .zu it ,. 'X I i f l I x ,gr 5,3 , tasss Q ..,. ...,. ,,4, gciiisgii. it R Eirst Row: PETERSON, ELVIRA As good a sfltolar as we knew, And just a bit baslzful too. PETERSON, JEANNE Demuw, dainty and very small, With a smile for one and all. PETTIT, EUNICE Emxirz' is ready, willing, able, Of doing things shr is fapablc. PHILLEO, HENRY A mastrr craftsman is this man Builds things thc best he can. PITMAN, lAlVlES Always bubbling over with joy Is tltis jolly country boy. PORTER, MARDELL When talking she is quite adept For sllc' has lots of pup. ROULOS, CALYPSO Calypso brightens cvffy day. With hrr pcp and sunny way. POWELL, MAUD lUNE Swcct and smooth 7!0l!'Pd is shr' Known as both Maud and Mattdt' PREDMORE, MAXINE Bas-lzrtball she plays with east, Het' tcammates shi' dom plfasr' Second Row: QUICK, MARY ELIZABETH Wltcn .Vary Elizabvtlz is near, Then' is lauglttm' and vhcter. RANSOM, VELMA Vclmrfs a girl without a EQVE, As you can sec, ts vcry fam REEVES, FREDA Frvda is short with blark hair, You know ltcr by her mvrry air REID, MAXINE A littlr llliss so vary rlzarmina Wttlt a matlnm' 'wry dxsnrmmg REIMER, MARIORIE Shri: thc opposite of large, And r1ns'wr'rs wlzm fallfd Margo 1 RITCHIE, BERT!-TA In sv'wi11.g Bvrtlm ranks on top, Ilcr mmblc fngvrs hvvcr stop. ROBERTS, EDMUND Iifl's our dcbatrr, try as you may, H0 mukcs you sm' thmgfs his 'Zi.'!Zj'. ROGERS, 1oHN A laugh hearty, ful! of joy, hlakfs John a likrrzblc boy. ROGERS, MARIE L'7HlJI1H!lZ.?lQ is ,TI'arif, ll'l1i4'h suits htr to 11 "T," Third Row: ROOT, ROLLAND In nr! his strokc is Ihr thing, Farm' to him it 'will luring. Rows EAN Ufditofs note: WE!! omit this jmgflv but thanks any1m1y,Fnm- frs, for "them kind n'0izls."j RYAN, WILERED His ryrs bluc, his lmir black, His ambition is r1c:'f'r slafk. 39 SANDEEN, MARJORIE Bright 'blur cyvs, lurks yellow, Make tt easy to mtcli a follow SANOSTROM, FRANCES Her hair 'will catfh your ryr, As Franffs Sundstrom govs hkv. SAUTER, ROBERT Bob was of a 1muf1'c11l mind, And to thc' sm hc is mclmrd. SECREST, DORIS If j'01l know Doris Scfrrst bfst You know that sho doesnt rest SEWARD, TACK lflfith 0. golf bay on his lmvk, Just look llflfllfl-,' it's fafk! SI-IANER, RUTH No one mn drny this truth, Of all 71H7?lt'A' thv bust is Ruth. Fourth Row: SHARER, DOROTHY Slw fatfhcs jokrs in things, When she dors, hrr laugh rings. , SHAW, ROBERT To rmfli A'IllK'l'U.YS hoods scum And Bob is sure to LRfHHH1l'll1Z' SHUCART, HELEN Hrlcu dors Tory wall In tiuklirly thc 1,'L'07'1-FJ, tlzry tell SKIDMORE, MARGARET hlargarrfs Cflfffffli fHltlAf77't'flj', Thvy say shU's quitz' witty. SLOAN, ORLO This lm-v's mmm is Urlo Sloan Ha scldom utters Il moan. SMALLWOOD, BETTE LOU BCttc"s most F7lfiCi7l!lA smilf, Is prvsfnt all the -whzlr. SNAPP, HARRY His mmm bv Snafli, But hr rmlly is 11 quivt rlmfu SNYDER, BETTY LOU Yoifn' kvfn, Betty 1.014 f We 'Urzluf' 41 frzcnd num' as you. STAKE, DOROTHY lVhf'n to thc library you 110, Thffrf' is Dorothy always aylow. IX IX IX -we: 41-my r vt ygsgw, . ur fx--ww wr f f 'I' "sg fm! " . 15? f3.?.h 1.11, M"Ii+v " 2?Z.li" ' wx. M, I 9 3 7 IX IX IQEFLECT "On thrs Iast day ot my htgh SChooI Career, my nnnd is rather jurnbIed. Two thoughts keep buzzmg in my head , . I'rn graduatIngI ---Arn I reaIIy glad? In spite ot my teehng ot importance as a graduate and the fast that I've been Iooking tor- ward to thrs day, I now am Iooking hack rather Iongrng- Iy on my hrgh sQhooI days and know I shaII never tor- get them " SENIUIQS INot In PIctureI GARRETT, WILLIAM towns, LeRoy SMITH, JAMES snook, WILLIAM N pit' to Ei -..r-,.5,5:,g:5f,1..: E, Xrrtr I E .515 : I -'.,: . .yr., ":: 1':' Im:-fx? if 4' ' I w " I 'F av e A EQ n r T: I 71'X'.Q+",II " 42 - ' ii. ' I 51'-' W?-'ZET a rg Errst Row: STEGALL, BERNICE BCVPII-L'l' fvorkx in z'z't'f'y way, Dom K1 1w1'k's work 111 fl day. STEXNART, GHARLES Hix fan' spells 1'l1vr1'i1Lz'.t.v, And murh 110 docks' fv0.s'J0.rs. STRASBURGER, BABETTE 'fBOI1,tvy" lm: a c'0HlI'It'.'I'fO11, Taking f'1't'f1n'c's hvr 0I7.w.v.v1011. STRONG, DALE Dale rrmlzlwt go wrofzy, Befauxv Ins namc rx Strong. SWAGERT, SARA Sara is at xilnrzt, rvf?r1vd lass, In .vmnrtums Imrd to Outclass. SWANBERG, ELIZABETH Wl1rC7L II ltnfr' of vyrx you spy, IV.: Elisubvth fassiltg by. SWANSONI CHARLOTTE fllarloftt' rl: izuzwr' mztdflnv, W1't11 fl'IbK'7HI.Y that .vlw 11115 wan. SWEBORG, FRANCES F1'am'z'.v is dvnmrv and xwcft, Om- yrJ1r'd .Y'llI'!'Ij' Izlct' to meet. Second Row: TAYLER, EUGENE Eugene ix xlxorf, but 11u'.t neat, To bc zuitlz him is a frvat. TAYLOR, VIRGIL At radio hclv quitr tim thing, He muk1'.r dots and drlsltcs ring. TEDERIVIAN, DORIS She is rr jolly girl to know, Lean' I! lo us to iv!! you so. TENNERY, IUNE funC'.v .Vllll-fL'I'f is Hll1f1Il'HlI1lI't'A', HU1' IIOIJIIQ' is dramrztitxv. THORNE, ROBERT Such 7'UXj' flzfcks un' zwry rrzre, T0 thvm, HIIHIYV zvixlz to full lzcir' THOUREEN, MARION Red lmir, ftvft, MW' yay, Minnie ix thc .wmv rzrvrj' day. THURIVIAN, ARTHUR Artluw ix quiet, full of fun, On hand 'whvn worklv to lu' dom' THURIVIAN, DORIS Black ax vlmny fx har' lmir, Hcrc'.v rr girl who ix rmzlly fair. TRACY, DOUGLAS Doug is 11 HIl'Hlbl'1' of H. S. C., IIc'x a Norm' sport 'wr fryrfv. . -fs w.,1. 'w II111d Rovvi TRACY. ERANCES 1'11'1Il1'.V 1111' 111'111' 111 C1.11.S. 111111, Ii111' 111'1' j11'1'5O1l1111'1,1' 1111 f1111. 'IULIN, HARRIETT Siu' 1.1 11 51110 b1o111i1' 111 G11-1.3. r1I!11 11'11.v 1'1'1'1'-f11'rs1'111'111 11f .f1.L.S TULIN, HELEN II1'11'11. 1111111 17617 111111 111171, ls 1111lf of 1111' T11l111 f11'1'11s. UNZICKER, XNARREN 11'111'1'1'11 1.1 11 7511111111111 51111, 1'1"1'111'x 11 .x'1111' 111111 11 11111: VAN DRUNEN, XVINIERED 111 111'1' 111111't 111111 '11'1'11,1'111111' way, 1V1111'f1'1'11 .Yf77'!'ll1l'.f ju-V 1111 111131. VESTAL, RUTH 1I1'1' 111111' 1: Of 11 111111: 111111 S111' 1111.1 f11'f1 111111 1'y1'.v nf 1111111. VONDELO, EVELYN Y-1111? 11111111 1111111 1'111'1,v 111111', F111' 1111.rk1'1111111 1111.1 11 f1111'1'. WACHER, EERNEICE 111 111'1' 11'11y .thc 1111119 11111115' 11 111111' Sf'1'1'111111111 1111p,'1i111'x.v 1111' 1c'1111e. WATTERS, MEDILL Vary 1'11111f1c1.r1'11' 1.1 1I11'11'111. 111111 5111111123 Of 1111 1111'11 19111. 41 Fourth Rovvi XVEAVER, ROBERT "15'1111" 111-11 1111111' 11 ways, 111' 1.1 .v1111.v111111' 1111 11111111-x' 1111wv.v. WEBER, ROBERT A H3111 11111 11-11111111-11 my 1111111111111 131111 1s .x111'1' 111 111' 1111 11111111. WERNER, HELEN 111'1l'1L is f1'11111 1111' 1'1111'.v 1111'1'1', f11'iE'11,X',V 1111111113 11113' 111111 frm. WESTBERC, MIRIAM S111' 1s 0111' 11'1111 1.1 1111u11y5 s11y, T111'1'1"s 11 111'111k11' I-71 111'1' 1',x'1'. IWESTEROREEN, BERNICE 11'11111'1'g1'1'1'11 11111 for 111'1's1111'11t, 11111 11f"1'.vt1'1:111'1'1'11 1111' f11'1'.cU11t. WESTEROIQEEN, ROBERT If L"Z'P1'j'U71L' 'Zi'l'1'1' 1111111 11.9 h1', S1'11ooI, 11 QHI-1'1 1111111 112011111 111'. XVESTEALL, PHILIP l'111'11.v0 01' T111111'1.vf:1'1111'11 1.1 111'? 111".v 11 110011 ,v111111'1' :1'1' 11111'1'1'. INEXLER, ROBERT A 111111 1'111', 'A.S'11111" 111 1111 11'111'1'1, .1l11j'1IK' 11163171 11111k1' 11111-5 1'1'rl.r. WHITE, LOUISE TIIIAJ' 11111 1111111.11 11111111' 15 1fV11111', 111111111 11111111 ll 11110011 for ll 1e111'1111t. P11111 Rovvi WICALL, ORAYCE G1'11y1'1' 111111.v 1111u11ys 111 f11'11.v1', 1f1'1t11 11L'1' y1111'1'1' 11111'11,v.v 111 1'11s1'. WILCOXEN, VERLIE T111.v .11'1.f.f 211111 51111 .111 111113 ls 111,111 1111'.1:v1'11 1111111 1'111'1-x' 111111' IVVILSON, BILL B1113' 11f'11.v11111 1.1 0111 for 11'111'k, Hr l'1l11.V 111111 1.1 11111 111111 l1111'k. XNITHERBEE, L.AX111RENCE 1110.11 1jI'7'1.V 111'111'1' 11 .f1j!1l 11111011 l.111'r-v 11115505 11-V. VJITHERELL, IVIARIAN 1f1f'h1'11 1111 AW1111' .vkifs 111'1' 111'11y, 11111111111 1'111111's 11111110111 111'1113'. WITHERELL, IVIARIORIE ",11111'111"' 1.1 .V11111 10 111' f1111. I.: 111-11111111 11-11111 111111111 1111' 1I11111' WOOD, LOUISE L0111111' l'111.v.v 111 1111' 11111111, 1170 11111111 11'.v b1'.r1 111 1111' 1111111. NNOOLSEY, ALVIN A1'l'l-71 1111.1 f1'1'1'k11'.v 117111 11'111'y 111111' A1111 1111.1 11 'Z'1'1'.V 1111111111111 1111'. WORRALL, SARAH A111111111111 .v111' 1.9 11111-F1 111111 51131, S1111 111'1'1'1' 11'1.r 1'1111111'1'.v 1111 bv. IX IX IX N165 WMFW f,-f','.e1.- I ' tv AQ" ', ,' JK- t. . 7 if 329' F 1 Yr'e""w yt' A vr Q fFP1ef.:1g34M-xi ,ai ' , . -sw. ,:fi,,,,,.-133,111 W W 1 G' ti ff as if-.fav fi? 2.-f.g.i:3hHQ,2Lv,gf-Zi'f5fiwgw.:,i?fi V5'2151fL4 3 "1 21 155, v2?a.Q' i2g.:gfQ.f'f.:i5 5 'A Ati I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ " Bonjour, ie suis un jun- ior', vvas Butch's greeting to rne on that tirst day last tall. Butch Bloornpol and l are pals, but he told rne that the tact that l vvas a senior rnade no ditterence to hirn, Thats hovv much respect the iuniors have tor Us seniors. All this rivalry between classes is rneant in ten and vvelre really quite friendly in spite ot our ribbingfl U N I 0 DS if f f 'N WN if aw First Rovvj Allison, Bob Alvey, Dorothy Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson Delbert Edvvin Ethel y i Arrnpriest Leona Augerson l-larriett Avery Eileen Ayers Edwin Babbitt Jeanette Babbitt Marcel Barnes Lois f A E ' F ., S bil ' , 7 .,,,, nvnn A A, i , e' jf, ,, -. . , , -ff ,x , Bird, Phyllis r I if sl Second Rovv Barton, Forest Baudo, Mary Bayless, l-larold Becker, Eileen Benson, Cale Bernston Elsie Berry Paul Bevvley Muriel Billings Robert Bjork Frances Blaine Gerald Bly Sylvester ,fa wi. ,,,,t, V - -l X .fri X ,igaiw-.,, . , .h A -.vt-an . ws. ,,, ,.,, wi Jigiif. " w My ,f - ii., . Third Row: Bone, Robert Bonney, Robert Bower, Clara Bowers, Howard Brashear, Guy Bromberger, Bob Brown Brown Brown Brown, Brown Bryant Burch, ,43 Cordon Harry Ray Russell Thelma Carroll Darlene Fourth Row: Burgett, Crace Burrell, Ernest Camren, Virginia Carlberg, Robert Carlson, Bernice Carlson, Dorothy Carlson, Gertrude Carlson, l-larlo Carlson, Robert Cecil, Dorothy Cederberg, Virgieliene Chase, Floy Cills, Carroll lgigtss-'f'ff'-"YY "C LEM" .liizliii Fifth Row: Clendenin, Edward Coatney, Robert Cobb, Alvin Cole, Maxine Comstock, l.ola Cook, Lois Crabtree, Martha lean Cramer, Marion Creighton, Rosemary Culver, l-lelyn Cunningham, Faye Curless, Thomas Dalton, lvlary IX IX IX Ki: was 1 f r X I -, ai , 3,5 ei Q , , f Q f--mi 1 A r i ,i 1. , i - i , vi aw.-riff. 5 r :asf . . ,LJ , i , ,F ffl ,i K Q , - .1 it 3,-1 ., g.Y,'a,,k5.,?3i,,, 1 Aa5.avQ,w.'- 5.4 gejigvw, ,rg 1 it rf -ttf f-an im 'f ff' 'li A 1 f.HQ"' f Q3 t A " -H ' ' iz if Q "- A if 9 3 7 IXIX IX EIZLECTUIQ "l can't resist telling this little joke vvhich Butch told me about the sophomores. Last tall a bunch ot juniors and one innocent sophomore vvere talking. A iunior said, 'Can you imagine this? A sophomore here in school thinks a football coach has tour vvheelsf The soph- omore laughed uproariously but tinally managed to ask, Al-lovv many wheels has the thing? " JUNICDS lazy A "' 51 ' I 31155.51 Q .ir if 1, in 11,11 1 W , W ,ff " ,av , ,,f First Rovv: Danforth, Ada Darnell, Rosetta Davis, Genevieve Diaz, Ruth Driscoll, Carolyn Duerre, Stanley Ecklund, Curtis Ekstrom, lohn Emery, Fred Second Rovv Felt, Walter Field, Clella Findahl, Wayne Firoved, Wilma Flinn, Helen Florer, Dale Foye, l-lelen Frank, Ojie Frankeberger, Eugene Frankenburger, Mary lean Enes, julia Erickson, Carl Franz, Mary Erlandson, Elfreda Freda, Thornton Eyre, Robert Freed, Phil Tiwis , tfiifri W' " L "Wil , , .,. , ,, Third Rowi Freese, Kenneth Frickey, Lorayne Fulton, Forrest Garrett, Louise Gottrick, Eleanor Graham, Rosanaond Guenther, Harold Gustafson, lvlariorie Guthrie, Charles Hagerstrorn, Ray l-laggenios, Riley Hale, Robert l-lallas, l-lelen 45 Fourth Row: Flarnblin, Dorena l-land, LeRoy l-lansen, Mary Flardine, Russell l-larlan, lud l-larshbarger, lean l-larshbarger, Wayne l-lattield, Bernadine l-layes, Marian l-lazen, lvlary l-leinwel, Charles l-leller, Clittord l-lendrix, Shirley Fitth Rowi l-lighlander, lohn l-logan, l-lerschel l-lolconwb, l-lazel l-lollovvay, Robert l-loots, Nellie l-lorton, Winona l-lubbard, Clyde l-lunt, Robert lmel, Barbara lngram, Bob lackson, Fred lohn, Florence lohnson, Catherine wf f E . ,-' N, -tg "r?1Ktffwwr2FLrcwJ' . assert, g'zr:ai'f'2'fi?1i'Sa-"s"Wt '...'r':riTTlEwr'l'54f'w'+M?Rb.ia"i "IW W ' r, 1. 1 f f K H 'f Lf -' " fm ' f ' ' f 41,-L.. 1,?i',q Qfrgfif-i?S!!Er'fg'g'." ilk". gn. P", ggi,-zz f.:"gg-A Tw ,JL u-W .ji 15731594-.-' f' - sf-1 V f 'Q'-gf. ' 1 '- if ' V .Ame- ,. ,, ,. , -2, - ..-,,., J f..g,s ,. g -, - '- r -' "1 -- '--el-, Q- I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEIZI-ECTOIQ "l was at a loss to account for Butch's actions the day he told his Chemistry teach- er that cyanide is so poison- ous that one drop ot it on a dogs tongue would kill the strongest man. There are times when I sort of wish Butch would take a small dose ot it himself. But may- be l'd better be still because people who tly high usually are headed tor a tall," UNIUIQS Second Row 1 lohnson, J lohnson ,lohnson ,lohnson ,lohnson lohnson ,lohnson ,lohnson ,Iohnson lohnson, lohnson, lohnson, lohnson, Corrine Delbert Evelyn Certhrude l-larry Marcel Marian Pearl Robert C Robert l.. Robert V. Samuel Sumner Second Rowi jones, Elmer jones, Marguerite lordan, Shirley losetson, Eugene ludd, lean Kelly, lohn Kelly, Russell Kemp, George Kennedy, Eleanor Kennedy, Ralph Koons, Marjorie Krahn, Lucille Kussmann, l-lelen 46 iv-,wer-M,m..! Third Row: Laclcy, Dale Lamb, Lilly Lannholm, lohn Law, Kenneth Lawrence, Ruby Leighton, Ethel Leighty, Robert Leyenberg, Ralph Levinson, William Lewis, Barbara Lind, Curtis Lindbloom, Constance Lipslcy, Charles 47 Fourth Rowi Lozier, Ruth Lundeen, Dorothy Lundeen, Frederick Lundeen, lohn Lundquist, Orabelle Luvall, Ruth Lynch, Barbara Lynch, Patty McCarthy, Geraldine McCaughey, lohn McCaughy, Bert McClure, Erma McCornbs, Virginia Fitth Rowi McGraw, Margaret Mcliamy, Donald McKee, lames McLain, Marjorie Mclileil, Mabel McVay, Harriett Malm, Walter Marshall, leanne Mason, Kenneth Mathewson, Robert Mattocks, l-lelen Maxwell, LaVern Mead, Franklin 44 I 9 3 7 IXIX IX IQEFLECTDIQ "Butch is rather disillu- sioned about senior wisdom but he'll be singing their praises next year, lt all be- gan when l helped him study tor a test so that we could go to the show. l gave him the good old advice about studying halt the questions and explained the law of averages but it didn't work. Now l know that it isn't only l-lollanders who get in Dutch." JUNIDIQS x 211: X I. f,'r'gfa0ffPQ'flL224"I " 2 4 -.: , Z f' . wx ' X :SX - 4. www NN h v x X IE f as N wr XXX I Qs! 4 'iam sms A was S 3 X wx we X .gsm X ,, m x K Q-A 4 it X -'Q , .. Qvmxx First Row: Mead, George Meadows, Enid Merrill, Dorothy Meyer, George Miller, Fern Mills, Marna leanne Miner, Patty Moran, Dorothy Morris, Lester Morrison, Elizabeth Mory, Charles Moser, Floyd D,, lr. Mower, Bob -'W ir Second Row 1 Mundy, Cordon Mundy, William Myers, Betty Myers, David Neeld, Sheldon Neilson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, i Eleanor Adria l-larlan lean less Lloyd Richard Roland 48 Third Rowi Nelson, William Nemeth, Lilian Newcomer, Wilbert Norburg, Maxine Norquist, l-lelen Oestreicher, Barbara Olson, lohn Osborne, Muriel Owens, Kathleen Page, Leland Parks, Miriam Parmenter, l-larry Patterson, luanita V' 5, 44 - -aw---,-Q1-.a1.i.ox.,,. ay.:-':.--if if 1 'f1::1:'s.1:'-':'-fi4-.::""-' fa -:."'iw".:+-19 A' W sr" " W la. -M J-1 -.+-Jef.. V .w,,.'.- ...--:'i. v-...1s1.v:,1--1 nf- alas.-mfs. ff-fue-nf-1-3' .r.L,.nwu Fourth Row: Pearson, Roy Perez, l-lelena Peters, Dorothy Peterson, Esther Peterson, Lucille Peterson, Marc Pettiturd, Samuel Pihl, Ted Porter, l-loward, lr. Pumtrey, Clittord Quarterman, Clyde Raaen, Kermit Randell, Cecil Fifth Row: Randell, Margaret Reagor, Robert Riley, Edward Riley, Vaughn Rose, leanette Rosine, Mary Ruther, Lucille Sandburg, Virgil Sands, Robert Sargeant, lessie Scannel, l-larry Scott, lean Seiberlich, janet IX IX IX Y.L'Fk z .3 I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ "Butch, as a rule, is a cheerful soul but now and then he gets in the dumps l-le says that juniors are too big to do little things and too little to do big things, seniors get all the credit while the juniors are sort ot stooges, seniors hold all im- portant offices while the juniors do the voting. But l always tell him to cheer up because next year the juniors will hold the lime- light." JUNIUIQS l:.j. .Nxt 'li': . . ' y 9 f I r.+,i 4 if w s. K AVEA llullllzlllzl 5 1'f5 zfrallfff '-1- .-':- f J 't'i't -" ,,:1 'zt' First Row: Selander, janice Seyler, Paul Shaw, Bernard Shaw, Robert D. Sheeley, Clifford Showers, Marjorie Simmons, june Simons, Richard Sims, Raul Smith, Helen Smith, Robert Somsag, Mildred Stackhouse, Betty Second Row 3 Stambaugh, Ida Anne Stevens, Lester Stern, Gladys Stephens, Mary jane Stevenson, Leslie Stewart, Lois Stickney, Elizabeth Stillian, Wanda Strawn, Wanda Stringer, Kathleen Stuart, Mary Sullivan, Lorraine Sundquist, Richard 50 it Wi' Xt. L ,,,. ., ,. . f -- . , x 1 !,,,,,,Li, up ig L ,eQ1.,,3,, x.. , . 6721 4 yr, wrt: -f. .w.,:',?. jtugxx r .Q me 1., ,immv nf- ui. My . . 4 w , 1-,, ..i-.tx, 'Glu-.if ' -1J'f1 - . .. fn-1 -f ,f,S1f:'. 24' X541 if .4"'wW-'fi P' - .' 'ri f' rw 1-, -ia ar 'way ..-asa 5 ,R 2 '4 '1'f.-.-.-w" . I -2 ,'-U an ' sl H +: smfli- i ff- -M: V -.1-swf .ah . H1 .. P. i - w--wf,f:r- 2,1 - if-af", f' ' Kei' if all .. . fxfigsifzziffgiiiiificgQfs1:.5L Third Bowl Swecllund, Lawrence Swallow, Gene Swise, Russell Tate, Frank Taylor, Herschel Thomas, Margaret Thomas, Mary lane Tingley, Portia Tomlinson, DeLene Tonkin, Darlene Tupber, Eloise Uhlrnann, Howard Vancil, Mark Fourth Row: Van Etten, Nelson Vitali, Louis Von Langen, l-lerman Wager, William Wagner, Ida Wallace, Paula Lou Walters, Eugene Walton, lames Watson, leanette Watters, llah Webber, Leo Webster, Louise West, Bill Filth Row: Whipple, lohn White, Bob Wilcox, Keith Willer, l-lerbert Wilson, Carolyn Wilson, Lucille Winchell, Everett Wirt, Betty Woolsey, Don Woolsey, Mary Wright, Bob Young, Barbara IX IX IX iff 'fr "P" tflf 535142-4 W I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTU "Myrtle McWhortle, a sophomore, is my girl friend, and as a rule she is not bashful, but on that first eventful day of her high school life she was plenty nervous. At first she was bewildered . , there was so much to learn! But C. l-l. S. makes you feel at home, and soon Myrtle was breezing along the halls as nonchal antly as a senior." SDDHDMUIQES l First Row: Second Row: Abrahamson, Leonard Baughman, Meredith Adcock, joe Aldrich, Bob Allen, Martin Allen, Patti Anderson, Raymond L. Anderson, Richard Anderson, Shirley Andraen, Marian Andrews, Shirley Arie, l.aVerne Armpriest, Lucile Asbury, Lyle Asher, Dorothy Atwood, Phyllis Bainter, Kenneth Baker, Dorothy Banks, Selma Barrow, lohn Bayless, Dorothy Bell, Robert Benson, Dorothy Bewley, Nelson Binz, Carl Bird, Cleo Birdsall, Betty Blixt, Vernon Bloomberg, Lillian Booth, Maxine Boughan, Harold Bowen, Elizabeth Bower, lulia Bowes, Arlo Bowles, loanne Bowman, Merle Boyd, Alice Boyd, Mary Louise Third Row: Boyd, Ruth Bradley, Ethel Brann, Lorain Breedlove, Shirley Brown, james Brown, LaVerne Brown, Margaret Bruner, Marjorie Burch, Wiley Burford, Beverly Burkett, Durwood Campbell, Betty Carl, Clarabelle Carlberg, lean Carley, Rodney Carlson, Agnes Carlson, Barbara Carlston, Dean Carmack, Lee 52 Fourth Row: Carusi, Dick Catron, Florence Chandler, Betty Chapman, lack Clary, Margaret Cline, Mary Alice Cole, Evelyn Collier, Marian Comstock, Keith Cook, Kenneth Cooper, Alta Cooper, Mary Frances Corbin, William Coughlin, George Courtright, Gracelilly Cozad, Robert Coziahr, Elaine Craft, Annabelle Crain, lohn Fifth Row: Crozier, james Dahlstrom, Floren Damitz, Doris Darrah, Duane -af f 05,5 sixth ROW: Ecklund, Beverly lune Ensley, Dorothy Eppsteiner, Margaret Erickson, Arlene Crump, Helen phick, Lisa Davies, Robert Derby, Dorothy Dickinson, lean Dixon, Betty Dolinsek, lulius Dollinger, Fred Doran, Ruth Dowell, Frances Downie, Bill Duerre, Dolores Dugan, Betty Duncan, Ralph Dunlap, Dorothy Eccher Betty Lea Erickson, Marian Ernst, Lillian Fairbairn, Robert Farquer, Garvin Fell, Mildred Field, Barbara Finley, Dorothy Paul, Claude Fones, Darlene Forstrom, Charles Foster, Bettie Ann Fox, Bettie Friend, Drusilla Freese, Phyllis Seventh Row: Gans, luanita Gardner, Gerald Gardner, Harold Gibbs, Margaret Gladtelter, Kenneth Glasco, joe Glasnovich, Anthony Glass, Cynthia Glass, Mack Goedeke, Orville Goodman, Stanley Gordon, lean Gray, Melvin Grider, Paul Grogan, limmie Grogan, Roberta Grone, Walter Gross, Stanley Guenther, Robert Eighth Row: Gustafson, Leone Gustafson, Stanley Hadden, Rosemary Hall, Willa Bell Halladay, Richard Hampton, Barbara Hand, lames Hanlon, lack Hanna, William Haptonstall, Ethel Haraldson, Robert Harding, Edwin Harnest, lames Harris, Ruth Harshbarger, Alice Hast, Betty Hawthorne, Stanley Hawthorne Stewart Henafiugcari I X . - F 1-1 Q V-fe t r ' . Q-,f--as.,-.2 1-: 1 - ,:-. 1.1-f br.. Q . ww-' - -' . . ,z . ', afar : 'P 5 ' n. T r, g . MEM 52:,oi.:':,: . Y. .V-.i..,ri2Ae.4,..,: f W. m,,ff'4?'!LfZr3i'i?Yl!2i1'8SlE?w'55.f.i-1.ZC.m.L V-M -1-Shaw-V ?" 1" 5- at 2 41 M H . V - A V- fa- g f W I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTIDIQ "When Myrtle joined a club she went in for it wholeheartedly and did best to outdo her club ters. She managed to come a smooth dancer her sis- be- lat my expensel, learning to manipulate the correct ver while talking at banquet, balance a tea sil- the cup at the mothers' tea, clean up the gym after the ties, and if she learns par- any more l won't be able to keep up with her." S 0 D l'l CM 0 , ii,i,, it -'1-rr ffff X X ff! MN DES wh- My I ll phi W ii,,- I I rg ': ,::. 1:-f UDP?-21. f ,'. 1' Z Zzii I ZIA ,,:"i" ,I zyvyy., , ,,i., f X l ' I :f.-g V ,Il First Row: Yerkey, jack Zeffo, Marie Hendricks, Claude Herndon, Leon Higgins, Bertha Hinchlitf, joan Hitchen, Anne Hodson, Arlene Hoffman, Dorothy Hottstatter, Robert Holmes, Richard Holst, jack Howe, Lynn Howe, Mac Hudgel, Kathleen Hunt, Bessie Hughes, Lloyd Hurbul, james Hvarven, Claire Second Row: jacobs, Donald janes, Fay janes, Helen jewell, Anna johnson, johnson, johnson johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson johnson, johnson johnson johnson johnson johnson johnson johnson, Bernyce Bob Clarence Donald Edwin Donald Eugene Donald L. Eric Erlyne Frank llah Lois Marjorie Paul Phyllis Shirley Third Row: johnson, Thelma johnson, Way ne jones, Edith joneson, Lloyd josephson, Max jurjeyich, Katherine Kahler, Maxine Kanan, Rosalyn Kelly, Eleanor Kemp, Bob Kendrick, Glenn Kenney, Chauncey Kerns, Dwight Kester, Paul Tinsley, William Kite, Richard Klein, Dorothy Kling, Violet Klott, Violet 54 :Wt LL' r 'g A s WTR? , Wff5?."'ET" 15F17'rW159"75"f"Q5",UTY QTEK: " PTA ' '??i"Ti.r?'i5 si- 7 '1T'5ZTE1!'5f ?3T'il'3 I "fT'17"?71"12F'fff37,,PI5'1'ZT5'5 ' Im ""??ir: 77' '57h:?i?" -S35 gf-bf 7?if' fT'l'7t??':i7? '1liF73'l7s,.,f:F A N, , x Usiecx Q zffwiitttlmtrrjj we atfl1tij'., fyr " M g t ',Qf:tiz,rf-fqifsaijrir we N 1 A it N 'X 'bl 'fl' r 'J 11, uf -w"'fi'x-Y-4 f" -:fs't:t:.r.:-2,7-3,ij,,,g:d,- .r-4. r. .yy -r r, ,,i, "mfr . f .- if f , . ,, a ,'r , -wa.. i-,Wi2i:' 4- weW.:rfxP?5f'is'ft-wr-all -priifrrw mf ,-r'., .raw-1-i,4wffQr wirfitrzr-MTA rr' Swat. if r-if - f-:,.fl+T1- itil!-rffrril: anfwigxrrf' :if ???ir?E',1rl4r5?.r5Ffe"l1:??-rr?-lwlttfl ifff1f1g"l?iV4slrf,rrYaf: ..,-. ,,,., , , ,,, .-,, ,,,,,.. ,. , .,,. , ,,,.,, . ZA., ,,A, 5 - w rrw gra- . g r , r,,3r ,gW Li ra 1, 'gr ': ' V , ,'tgf,.'v"s3i3 'Wert l llssll ir. ,tag ww. ,V if if :L fv 1' ,gee Fourth Row: Kotter, Barbara lean Koons, Maribelle Landon, Ned Larimer, Robert Larson, Elsie Larson, ,lack Lawyer, Eleanc-r Leonard, Earl Lester, Clarence Levinson, Curtis Lewis, Mary Louise Linner, Louis Lindstrom, Barbara Linrothe, Donna Mae Lipes, Gladys Little, Louise Long, Eldon Lowry, Ruth Lundeen, Shirley Fifth Row: McCullough, Eugene McLain, Gordon McLain, Richard McLaughlin, Don McMaster, james McMillion, Leonard Magnuson, Dorothy Mahoney, George Mallery, Dorothea Lee Manley, Ruth Marshall, Doris Marvin, Robert Meadows, Ralph Mealman, Sylvia Metz, Carolyn Meyer, Robert Miles, Theodore Miller, Harry Miller, Keith Sixth Row: Miller, Rupert Mills, Ralph Mitchell, Dorcas Moon, Lyman Moore, Bill Moore, Cora Moore, Dolores Morrison, Bernard Morrissey, DeWitt Morss, Kenneth Mudd, Kenneth Munson, Ethel Munson, Leo Mureen, Marian Mureen, Virginia Mustain, Rolland Nelson, Edsel Nelson, Harriet Nelson, june Seventh Rowi Nelson, Katherine Nelson, Rosalee Nelson, Vivian Nesbit, Grace Nicholson, Betty Lee Nordhielm, Berndt Norqqist, Betty Norstrom, Gladys Nyman, Fred Nystrom, lane Oberling, Lois Ohlsson, Gunnard Olson, Bernice Olson, Dwight? Ostrom, Percy Palmer, Alice Parkinson, Dean Parkinson., Robert Parks, Barbara f Eighth Row: Parnell, Evelyn Payne, Edith Peabody, Phyllis Pearson, Willard Pease, Verna Pendergast, Robert Perschnick, Bernadine Peterson, Elmer Peterson, Vincent Phillips, Talbert Poe, Donald Poole, Betty Pople, Betty Powell, Audrey Puckett, Dorothy mfrey, Eleanor Quarterman, Norma Quiggins, Bernice Rmmamm IXIXIX ERIE? I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTO "Studying is not Myrtle's specialty so she had quite a time of it at first . . strug- gling through "Ivanhoe," wrestling with Spanish verbs, memorizing"'Elaine the fair, Elaine the lovable," . . but she soon caught on to the ropes and had plenty of time for other activities and me, She says that although there is plenty of work, school is fun and she's glad she has two more years." SDDHOMDIQES u ., F 5 Q - ,.,-:f:5lI 5' . '3 I , ' " A .5 i, :Rex 1 E, i ' II N X- ,I sp "'s"' ' , 5.5: ,.!. .. ,H ,ii l ,X SS , lyiyiy ,yo,5tyy:otyi X S wr! Q31 Cu no ZJf"" 259 Loaballl iff' I ufAf""" QYWJAV ' 5' I, First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Reed, Abbie Raaen, Ralph Selk, Grace Reeves, Arlene Reeves, Le Clare Reimer, Betty Reinhold, Robert Reno, l-lugh Renow, Doris Reser, Horner Reynolds, Alice Riley, Fern bi Ritter Francis Ritter Wanda Roberts Ralph Robe.tson Mac Robinson Don Rodenhouser Cleo Rogers Patricia Roll Elaine Roll Ulmer Ruth, Richard Ryberg, Richard Sabol, Dolores Samuelson, Pauline Sandberg, Russell Sargeant, Lloyd Sarver, Dale Saum, Mary lane Sauter, Marian Scholes, Harold Sepich, Edith Sepich, Helen Severns, james Shafman, Henry Shamon, Martha Sharp, Ralph Sharp, Roy Shaw, Benjamin Shavv, Margaret Sheeley, l. Dale Schultz Bettye Sherman Elizabeth Schurtz lack Scneder Ruth Scott Mary Lee E. Sear lslea Searles Orlie Secrest Harold E Seifert Edward Simmons Donald Sack Dorothy Smith Bernard Smith ean Smith Marian Smith au Snapp William t ltlv l i with i It xy ' f i l ' I:: ' I I ' I I I I ,I ,,,. ,,.,,,.,,t A i I - ' I I ,P l 56 -----VJ--fs.,-Wa-.Qri:,.,s i.,,.. . Wwe Eourth Row: Snodgrass, lames Snook, Lillian Sowder, Dorothy Sperry, Mary Starr, William Stegall, Frances Stephens, Grace Stivers, Loretta Stoerzbach, Helen Stoneking, Edward Stotts, Harold Struble, Roy Stuckey, lohn Suydam, Dorothy Swank, Charles Swanson, Alice Swanson, De Wayne Swanson, Robert C. Swanson Robert L. 1 Fifth Row: Swanson, Lorraine Tabbone, lennie Tabbone, Mike Taber, Beth Tapper, Raymond Theobald, Philip Thomas, Charles Thompson, Betty Tingley, Ruth Tolbert, Margaret Toole, lames Tracy, Virginia Tratt, Virgil Trebbe, Eugene Treffer, Brough Trout, Hurlene Trulson, Marjorie0flX, Turner, Lila Turnbull, lack rI'v"w7'- l, ,T I Sixth Row: eventh Row: Turpin, Evelyn Underwood, Donald Upton, Howard Van Cieson, james Voeller, George Wagle, Ruth Wagher, Dale Wagher, Dean Wagher, Richard Walnright, Harvey Waldron, Robert A Westfall, Winona Wheeler, Wanda White, Leonard Wilbur, Richard Wilder, Lucile Vililler, lames Williams, Emma Williams, lua Nita Williams, Warren Wilson, Theresa Windom, Caroline Wasson, Helen .' Windom, Eileen r ui ,gy-A Watson yililredqfg Wingo, Vera Mae Vigeblgd ortense Webber, Virginia Webster, Esther Wedan, Carl Weidenhamer, Anna Beth West, Barbara Winters, Hugh .Cm Q55 Witherell, loyce Witherspoon, Shirl Wong, Homer Wood, Donald Wynn, Barbara SY IXIXIX .1 ,'?L2"27Q..iPg1 . Ei 1- f 'lei " ti? il' kiw i: - . 'E " "'7 'WS -,LITE if ? "'i?i" 1 Y ' " ' 1f S7 . 'l'3'al"i3lJ"' fs . 4 k 'av-V-, I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ "Perhaps you would never guess by looking at me that I am probably the best amateur camera man in the vvorld. I knovv that boys like to see pictures of pret- ty girls and girls like to see them ot good looking boys so l've mixed them up and everybody should be satis- fied. Picture taking is one time when positive assurance that the picture is taken requires negative proof." SNADS tr st X V N "'l luzl ,,. ' ,fr Q 1 lx X E 1 f RN X X SX Q .5,,, - X ".,,., I. . . ' 'VI' V A 1 ---f.g 5', - E. M J DEAN zA'n 0 ave Acti ities A is for action- s , f X vve've all that we need. C is for clubs- A ' to these we pay heed. T is for teachers K l who help us reach ends. I' is for interest - '- ' of these faculty friends. , V is for vastness . f of chances for fun. tl is for impetus , l that you need to give some. A Q T is for try lr A M i y in all that you do. I l is for'initiative-- l you must have that too. A E is for energy ., B . expended by eachj S is for service, or the heights you'll notreach. ., :NX .,,,:-'jqifigplf-' ' x -. vuv e eee so ss s e t R ege gr E' 1 '-'A V' us N X A ,Q ':.. is "::' l""3 eeae a reur s ' ,e:,-b viii-115.2 V-" ,L ,. - .."::' , ,,.:. zt, it I : ' vi' : 1: X X::::::-:-:.:4: .. s1:1.::::--t :e:a:::s' :f , ,Q ..,,,.,.,. . ,. N .... V .- SS 2 -- ' 155E:E'S55r252:'.i 5 -15' 5:21 N .. . ,,.., V ..,.,,,. , ., X w First Row: S. Pettifurd, P. Brown, R. Linrothe, J. Barns stead, R. Billings, R. Moberg. Second Row: M. I. Lester, H. Kost, C. Wilson, B. Burk- h lt V. M H h H. S t a er, . ug es, ecres. Third Row: Miss Nickel, M. I. Saum, N. Landon, B. Leighty, B. West, H. Werner, F. Lundholm. Fourth Row: C. Cordell, L. VVebster, V. Parsons, S. Swag- ert, B. Wynn, K. Aldrich, T. Szerlong. Fifth Row: W. Dugan, V. Peterson, I.Harlan, M. Gib- son, B. Young. M. Lindroth, F. Emstrom. Sixth Row: NV. Findahl, C. Heller, E. Fey, R. Dugan, K. Freese, F. Emery, M. McClanahan, Mr. Damberg. No school year is complete without the publication ot the school paper. The Budget sup- plies the continuity tor the round ot activities which are vital to our school lite. ' Virginia Mae l-lughes and Barbara Burkhalter held the position ot editor-in-chiet during the tirst and second semesters respectively, Pete Brown acted as business manager during the entire year. Together with the teature, sport, copy, and make- up editors, the reporters and the typists, the Budget has had another outstanding year, This year, the "Presenting" column was the newest feature. The athletels highest aim was to be mentioned in the "Dribblel' column. 'll.ittul L.ooshus" was once more with us, together with the Hlnquiring Reporter" and his "Scrap Bag". Through all its ettorts and hard work the Budget statt has brought the students together through a mutual interest in the news and activ- ities ot the school. IX 59 IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ ivliss Nickel Adviser BUDGET N . li E t X .Q E si X i X .. P bv Q I S XX :Xi M Y KN f M X Qmex X Budget Executives :yagg i , i :QE ui, , , V, , --' , -' . .1 i i T ,iriifii W at t K. ,V Y, A,.h , ivgm : was v f,.u.-1-,L ggkgrf -3- 1- p,,.,1. f,,,,fi,.w, M14 fa- -.7-'S -. fel. 'wr-erm A ,,-fa-, .wp , ., 1 -...iw K ,W ' lr i.i,.a1 ,- fm"-i1.4-sg-,'1-114 -rv? .r .it -...f .r X, , 2, . -, 4 --'- wwf t 1-Q. Q-,us if 1: L ':-1:!w:':L'L'ir 'xf"','G'tL,Qa,',:e 5' JPL ms, ..., , M , ,i,. ,Q , ,-W, . y, .Q , . ft a, e- f,,ggw3.',i is -A 'V-wiiiga 2 ff 'Y i- ttf P.. w,.-if ,fwi,.. ., ,, l'.liit'5l inif'flglfrkywrftitssrswrlrfewlffrir f A'Q.fzffr13r2t3.fafrmffh-AJ lt at l fi i-ffwriwgiefrfr ' .24 ' -:ff -i aivfriwsvaifw 'W A ,, A .A ,, ,, .vw .,,,,,,,.., me, QSTIXIXIX IQEFLECTDIQ GIIQLS SEIQVICE LEAGUE i on f Ng f -...,,,.,,, ' always be in the dark on important matter: if you only ga in for light read- in A: Willie sayx, Hyoulll i :azaaaialiali l'To promote Christian stand- ards ot living in the school and the communityn is the purpose ot the Service League. Their emblem is a white cross, surrounded by a blue circle and mounted on a white square. The tour- told lite, social, physical, mental and spiritual development is represented bv the vvhite sciuareg the blue circle stands tor service and growth in mind, spirit and bodvg the white cross, tor the lite ot l-lim vvhose ideals vve strive to tollovv. At the tirst meeting impressive induction rites vvere held tor the nevv members, Interesting talks were ottered the girls every tvvo weeks. The guest speakers ot the League vvere: lvlrs. Mover, who entertained the girls vvith her collections ot dollsg Miss Ryin, vvho gave an interesting talk on her trip to Englandg Dr, Carter Davidson, vvhose sub- ject vvas "Pigs is Pigs"g and Mr. lvleadovvs, vvho shovved pictures ot his European trip .l-.r W . it Q ' T he Wg View fav! law' fm 1 TIER W: ?',tPf3'-'QBWJ .Q Hia , f' 'T i Yi, .W WRFW' 'f"m.. "isa T fi 1 is I, z A i IX 61 not A, . , 1. c C at be ,. fwisffrfffff, 5, ,vt eff, o or wr? .T The girls helped make it a merrier Christmas tor many children by assisting the Empty Stocking Club in preparing gitts, The League ioined vvith the Forum and presented a very inspiring play, "The Other Wise lVlan,l' tor the general assembly in December, The last important event vvhich the girls enjoyed vvas the annual spring banquets The League ovves its successtul year to the leadership ot the capable otticers, and the splen- did supervision ot lVliss Cox, the adviser, vvho gave several vvorth vvhile talks throughout the year on ditterent parts ot the Bible. The otticers elected by the members were: Presidents, lVlarion Thoureen, l-larriott Feltg Vice- Presidents, Kathryn Burgland, l-larriett Tuling Sec- retaries, Virginia lVlae I-lughes, Frances Tracyg and Treasurers, Virginia Cunther, lVlyrtleellen Ingles Wearywit, remark: lbat one track mind: ,feldom have trains of thought. IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEELECTCIQ lvliss Cox Advixer GIDLS9 SEIQVICE LEAGUE If I, f ,,,,, W 1 I, lil iii aw WW Our friend, Willie W 4 .,., .1 Z ..e. ....,,., :,yi ,, W 4541061 58 "7 " " T f " Ai' X1 We W- I 'N I it -' . i- ' -1:if:.1,:.'.i 1.25,-1 -'4 'l-. -,mgt ,.,gfaefiv2-wtfliafi-.::'.Tiw' 'K' 'F1f"i1 i.a 1 fa.i,-u5'f.-:I-Q-:wma:144 sv.: - "" -New . . 1 af:-'.1ii.r, gwagxwi 'ew we iw-3-,waMf.i1::'-.ma izff:f'f4'2f'7w 'fr 11119-.' lair :zu ,. :,-1-e i,fa:,,,P,A,, ,., VW.--NZ, ,.,2.,K,s,s,s,.,,,.,, ,, Y,,,,., .vm ,.,, , R, ...,,,..a , ,,. .NM ,, ,L Wx ,., . ,,,., , , ...,..,r56,.x .,.. i. i l . . We My we ig gits fa. ta , V 243, ga. tt A rv, , Stab Mi, W I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ BUYS' FUD UM Z K I fm? It ti.: N -5: "" 2 JQ 3 U Qlll , K IIII: I, iirsr I 4..,. t' "'1 -iii :A- ZIX mf W I mv ' will X 1 you a'on't have la be an 14 artixt to draw a crowd. i Willie conlends lbat This year saw the Bovs' Forum as active as ever in school and civic affairs lt saw them pro- moting school spirit and present- ing programs of a very high caliber. Since the purpose of the organization is to better school citizenship, there were several good talks given on this subject. lvlr, Young, who spoke on school citizenship, gave several good suggestions concerning ideas and ideals in school and out. ln a joint session with the Girls, Service League, the Forum was fortunate in having Dr. Davidson, President of Knox College, as a speaker. l-le gave an interesting talk which dealt with man in comparison with animals, At one of their fort- nightly meetings, the members were given the rules of success by Dr. Freda, who told of the different steps in becoming successful. Professor Wav of Knox College, gave a most instructive talk on "Diesel Enginesf' "Life in a French Schooll' was the subject of the talk given by lvlr. Meadows of '- Central junior l-ligh Schoolg he told many ot his experiences while teaching in France, and the ditterence between their schools and ours Mr. lohnson gave the members an eye-witness account ot the Olympic games and his trip abroadg lVlr, Kerr ot Central junior l-ligh School told ot the ditterent phases ot the work- ings ot a copper mine, and the dangers attached to the work, As was the custom in other years, the Boys' Forum responded generously when the Empty Stocking Club appealed tor contributions to its Christmas tund. There were also numerous vol- unteers to help with the Christmas party given by the Empty Stocking Club, and many boys helped pack clothes tor people in the tlood districts. The otticers tor the year were: Presidents, Pete Brown, Karl Aldrichg Vice-Presidents, Dick l-lart- ley, Dick Doyleg Secretaries, Bob Linrothe, Howard Lundeeng Treasurers, lack Seward, Bob lvlariner, able :in 1 . ,: -i fy lt-lui tif' i, '5 ,- IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ Mr. Crawford Mr, Bednar A dvixers BUYS' FDD UM rv .I 9 Aff"'d"lg 'O Will' fhfffjf 17 f0f8i'r'f' 'S ty' 453 I X BI X ga: ,, ,- N l'll M X X 1 re XI , ng: E E f 'Q A 1 M X K -'-i v vent?" Mt? -' 4. -- l is 1,r f I lf I 7 ,,..,..1..,p-,v Venus' M 'uypm m v- r - I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ Mr. Slaven . Club Advirer AMERICAN First Row: O. Kelly, j.Rogers, L..-Xlliro, R.Shaw, D. Strong, I. Berry. Second Row: E. Clay, l'. Ei-lzmrlson, E. Nelson, K. Raaen, R XI K .. c ay. Third Row: R. Sunclquist, F. Mead, J.McCaughey, C, Lind, R. Krase, C. Stewart, C. Lipsky. Fourth Row: C.Mory, I.Hzirt, XY.Mundy, C. Heimel, G, Myers, I. Nelson. Fifth Row: Mr. Slaven, F. Bloser, B. Light, E. Foster, R. Softball Team x XX X Sas X w x X Johnson, S. Duerre, R. Reagor. The American LiTerary Club vvas very acTive in school affairs during The pasT year. This so- cieTy vvas organized in V335 vviTh The purpose and aim To develop an apprecia- Tion for The vvorks of American auThors. This liTerary goal vvas accomplished Through insTrucTive, as vvell as enjoyable, club programs dealing vviTh liTeraTure. In inTer-club acTiviTies The Americans were represenTed by a soffball Team, a basl4eTball Team, and a svvimming Team, Even Though The club vvon no ribbons for any of iTs aThleTic endeavors iTs members offered compeTiTion The Americans are a vvell organized group and have had mucn cooperaTion and enTerTainmenT in club programs Tvvo differenT groups of officers officiaTed dur ing The year These were PresidenTs lohn HarT lvlorss and RoberT Shavv SecreTaries Charles STevvarT and Lyle Albro Sergeanfs aT arms ohn Berry and Bill lvlundy l ' A r 5 . . V t ,:..,..., jf::,--2:33 :zz V I I V - -"iii --": ' X X f'TT and Floyd Iyloser, lrig Vice-PresidenTs, Charles l T W WWW ' ' 5, IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEFLECTCIQ lvl iss Moser Club Adviser ANALUTUS First Row: R. Hadden, B. L. Eccher, P. Miner, M. Franz, F. Gross, M. Koons, M. Scott, R. Creighton, B. XVirt, R. Lowry. Second Row: S. Jordan, M. Olson, M. I. Powell, D. Hal- las, P. Mathers, B. M. Holmquist, G. Wicall, I. Garver, M. Bowman, Miss Moser. Third Row: S. Lundeen, G. Moore, B. Peterson, P. john' son, B. Myers, H. Hallas, H. Flinn, C. Driscoll, B. Chandler, B. Field, I. Bowles. Fourth Row: L. Frickey, A. Nelson, O.Lundquist, M. Showers, B. Lewis, R. Grossman, M. Page, K. Davison, M Bro n B Youn . W , . g. Fifth Row: H. Stoerzbaeh, S. Tohnson, I. Gans, M. Sauter, M. Stephens, Harriett Tulin, M. Thoureen, Helen Tulm, B. Stegall, F. Sandstrom. At the end ot the year, rem- iniscing over the activities, vve tind that the Annies have ac- complished very much. On December 5 at the tall party the girls and their escorts plunged to the bottom ot the ocean, at the 'Annie Deep Sea Splurge" held at Steele I-lall. This clever theme was used ettectively. As a project tor the school, the Annies with the Boys' Science Club lent a helping hand to the Debate Team Reflector by contributing the tirst act, "What a Mess," ot the "Ret!ectavue Scramble." fl A 0, On lvlarch l8, the Annies entertained their y. mothers at their annual Mothers' Tea held in the I ,,,,,, 7 .,1. A Recreation Rooms. The Annies made a good I showing in inter-club activities such as placing fr "'l 4 third in debate and vvinning the basketball cham- lil ,.,.,V pionship. Again in the spring the Annies took part in a lovely dance held on lvlay 22 in Steele gguf... 3 As the last event ot the year the seniors vvere bidden tarevvell at the banquet held at Soangetaha ,zyln Club on lune 9. ' :Iff fflzf Q .:.:.i... new if 1 hz rr are t pw 'iff' 'gw,',t,,r' j,L?:f,g,gi,g . -r .1 :-. 1-fr. an l .WJ r ' - :-:' 5,4155 ,.y.f',.-,e ,--gy, '.g'.,,i y -wwgra "1-wi. 1 w . " re -r -ff" - -:Z 'r I ' rg "V, 1 ff., , .-'j':.1,q-MQ-.35 -5-Agaww-', ' r "!,ff2.-g,a-151,-2.22, I me twamiihttziss mirisitsi . , ' 35155 A 'E .lon 1 M y -4 Jf iffrzffbi fz -it 3' -i: s 5s255l5f'1 min 1 1 A U , f v w i ' ' 1 . f . -r......Ni.,. .. . ,LW .M .ng fs-gg, .f-gqfvi.-i., .- ,gl i-54 .i. pw x., - 5,1 H ,J qi, .11 V V ,t, ,.-'.y3..5:,1'grv-NQfgfge,:.,1r.'s.'-iizg,-: j9'I.k-'il -,,:.:.g,, .5 555 , 5 V 1 5- ' . .v,i?..5'M,g.'gedr:,:.fr. ,pf Ht i-1-film-'.f.g ir31151.3:.:+,4-as '. 1..C,,,f"321- - . ,'efi't',q"! - 'ff'gw,,:P .. ,I g1fsJan'iz:fns.,rio..Q-,:QeQl,cl'emz5L4Z'l:ow-ai ,ww v 1 ra.sf-.:aJ.Q.-Eg-.-.ins Y traansmzsifrxariivtzit ,?'Ef.-Lziflinstfabiaiez -Yami-zL'i2.::Lv..m.8n2. I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ Mr. Damberg Club Adviser BUYS! CDLLECTDDS Swimming 'Team '-""' 1 35 A W W eff f'W f 4, ff? f 0 l 5: 32 ""' f ', ,, .,4.4 if ."' fl", -32' I I VQWEM """ A"A "":' ,..,.,,, ,.,.Z.,.1.. F .,,IX,4,,,,..I First Row: C. Wedan, D. Underwood, R. Brown, R. Hale, E. Stoneking, I. Crozier, K. Comstock. Second Row: W. Starr, F. Emery, C,Kenney, H. Win- ters, R. Nelson, Mr. Damberg. Third Row: H. Nelson, R. Hagerstrom, R. Mower, C. Forstrom, E. Iosefson, M. Binge, D. McLaughlin. Fourth Row: R. Hood, R. Carlberg, H. Parmenter, R. Hallarlay, H. Uhlmann, C. Thomas. Fifth Row: S. Pettifurd, H.Carlso11, M. Iosephson, R. Moberg, W. Findahl. The first activity on the Col- lectors' schedule for the past school year was baseball in which they placed sixth, after losing four games by one run. Basketball was the second event for which they donated the trophy but failed to win it. The fall party was held january l6 and the theme was that of a "Snow Party" with Don Ross's orchestra furnishing the music. Eugene Walters and Theresa Wilson reigned as king and queen of the dance, The swimming meet was held in April. The Collectors collected fifteen points to place fourth in the meet. The spring party was held on lvlay l4 with the Laurians. The theme of the party was portrayed in japanese fashion. The last but not least event on the Collectors' program was the picnic and baseball game. On the last day of school the club went to Lake Storey and had a picnic. A baseball game was enjoyed between the senior representatives and the under- classmen. This contest proved to be very excit- ing, but following the tradition, the seniors won the game. 66 TQ""'TT7T'1"'T'TTTf''FET' """' WHT' -ff' f""' ' """'- ' ' 'QTf""TT'ff'lTl,7Q"T "7ffFffff'f-T7-..3"T'7'Q T'7"f7.3gA First Row: I. XViller, L. Maxwell, E. Nelson, E. McCul- lough, W. Felt, R. Mathewson, VV. Pearson, ll. Nord- hielm, VV. Harshbarger, T. Holst. Second Row: L. Abrahamson, P. Sims, I. XValton, R. XVex- ler, R. INIiller, L. Page, D. Nelson, R. VVeber. Third Row: R. Hunt, H. Philleo, K. Freese, D. Birdsall, D. Dulaney, R. johnson, H. NVong, D. Tracy, B. llrom- berger, T. Szerlong. Fourth Row: R. Nelson, E. XValters, I. Barnstead, C. Swank, C. Heller, F. Tate, H. Willer, V. Nelson, T. Curless, H. Bayless, R. Bonney. Fifth Row: E. Penclergzist, D. Olson, D. Bowman, G. Fort- man, VV. Unzicker, L. Witherbee, C. Hubbard, R. Pear- son, C. Erickson, NV. Nelson, Mr. Garst. The year l937 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary ot the founding of the Boys' Science Club of Calesburg High School. This year, then, was especially interesting to the club. The annual club banquet was held at the Gales- burg Club on February 23, and in celebration of this event, lvlr, l-lale Adams, one ot the charter members of the club, vvas the principal speaker. Other gala occasions of the year vvere the tall and spring parties held on january 9th and May Sth, respectively. Both parties were enthusias- tically received by all vvho attended. As their yearly project, the club combined their talent with that ot the Annies and furnished one ot the three acts in the successful shovv, "The Retlectavue Scramble," presented on February 25, The club is proud to look back upon its twenty- tive years ot service both to C, l-l.S. and its IX members and hopes to continue its fine record. 67 G.Q..r.Eii..I J A f"TE:-7ifi.1:.a"'W3' LTV' .L "Wi '-?l.Jf, "'f""'l- 92' . --Q IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTUIQ Mr. Ciarst Club Adviser BUY' SCIENCE 'ii Chairmen of Social Events M- A ., 1 .. , M. .lu ... - ww 'Z?i'i'- .':5?ZrE3?'Q?' x25f' A' We' ily. V' J ' ' 14: F A i' ' s 4. r A" ze. 4 an .f-1:11 2 2' S '.r".5f' ' 7 217. " ' .vm X E .iwktiti'mir'nzi?,'1f3flLaf61.g1v?,,-Mi, , ,Wig ?f'g5,1Zg3'1'f:w:l' ,in A lj- . .. -l -.j'.'?., . - i i - 'S A .5 an Y F... .- f ,, .. .13 ..n,..- sf ....- ,A 4- .-. -f . .,f,.- fp., , ,..,-,f ,I . . , , ,. ,. . -- .-,-1-',.-. .- Q- ggi,-,gag '.?-5.ief-,O'mgg,.i.a: af.--1' .,t:, ,ff we Ry ze Q..-f.,,. f. ' ti.. 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"Wi fi-figs? wax -fgdfi rul'-'RQ 55f'..!2251'a.-aA1'i-'vii' i5ft.3.f"'- arg.-5 f3z.?ff'i",i2y. yy. :ff rf , - .' l m . f,5-,Qi-mst'-v,,.r fr '. rv, a Y. -r y.,-1115-.:1gw11n.,,t I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEIILECTU lvlrs, Cale Club Adviser CASTALIAN Club Officers Q x 'x.::i' sw. asf ff is-4 I f -snr wwf' XXXXXX XXX,X , J XXXX IIXX XXXXXI 1 t ,ssssssss XXXXXX X XXX,X is XXIXXXXX -2IXX X-XX l? i : :X: -XXX:I X IIX XXXXXIXXX+ XAXA qhlizzzx KX .,.- In ,4. iiiii.. Q:::- A:A: . ,.:.:,..,.. 1.....,.,..,,.A..I. W X, XXXX IIIX XXXX i rf- ::-- . "4: :,:,.,: ii . ,,.,, .:.h 5 .:,. I ,.,.5 5.5.5. .....I.I.:. , ,,,44,,4..,,q,... ziibz 3:3 X X P-Rl First Row: lllrs. Gale, I". Chase, D. Alvcy, li. 'X e1y llunbzir, G. Park, ll. Cole, V. Rzmsmn, M.R0r,e1 Anderson, L. Garrett. Second Row: D. Mcfiill, I.. Comstock, D. llowen 1 C. llowcr, L. Arrnpriest, M. Osborne, Y. McComb I. Crabtree. Third Row: l3.YV:1ghcr, N. Reid, l.. liruner, R lu lJ. Secrcsl, G. Jones, lll. J. PZllIl'1ql1lSl, H. Peru l Xus tin. Fourth Row: Nl. Ecklund, D. Carlson, ii. Nelson E ron, Rl. McNeil, R.IJ:1rncll, I.l'atturson, O Han ll Son, ll. Carlson. Fifth Row: lletty l-. Snyder, L. Sullivan, L. YN h tu I Carter, I.. lY00d, C. Carlson, O. llright, V. Curr in Chinn, li. Gottrick. With the coming ot many new junior members this tall, the Castalians started the year ott vvith enthusiasm. The first social event ot the year vvas a party held on November 6 in conjunction vvith the lllinae, Thespian, and Polyhymnian Clubs. ln April, the members entertained their mothers at a lovely tea. A banquet vvas held in lvlay, as a tit- ting conclusion tor a successtul club year. ln debate the club vvas represented by Lucille Bruner, Dorothy Carlson, Bernice Carlson, Cene- vieve Nelson, and lvlartha lean Crabtree. The following otticers vvere chosen by the club: First term, Lucille Bruner, President, Cladys Park, Vice-President, and lvlartha lean Crabtree, Secre- tary. Second term, Velma Ransom, President, Lola Comstock, Vice-President, and lvlartha lean Crabtree, Secretary. Otticers tor the third term vverei Velma Ransom, President, Lucille Bruner, Vice-President, and Betty Lou Snyder, Secretary. , , , - ,.,,. .- ., ,, , .,,-,.:.rw. ww.,--z '.:..v. ,, Q.:-' - 'i T' ,wel . i. .. .' .. , . .1 . . r ,' .. .. J. ,. V wht, .. , :,'l11,l'.'wg-f",Hfr"'.P"4"'-1'- J 'iifffifjl .- J . . i..ir'g If .,:,- 25,31 i..-fM.,g,.--,,,,,.f1..,rf-.tff.41,,,"4,,' i-w:efi,..f.'.tir,1.-V --1-ng. l.i',ii.1.1 'awf-Lwiyt-1.34 A- nh. r- -fini!! .A rr., im- ..,.,1.- vw in 1 .,.:,,i1 , r- Q' xi' my 1 M'wt.fi-1 thi' Rom i 'ima 4 tw., ' .fr 1 . 'sittin t'15wttltttEvtttftt'?'itfitttttf if .tif winir tittiif Y ll it iw Mfr' 1 i te tt r f f . 1 .L First Row: R. Kzinziu, M. Stuart, M. A. Cline, M. Tol- bert, C.VVilson, I. Scott, M. F. Cooper, M. Parks, I. Peterson, K. Burgland. Second Row: I. A. Stambaugh, F. Dexter, A. Craft, P. Atwood, V. Tracy, S. Hendrix, E. Stickney, H. Kost, I. Tennery, P. Peak. Third Row: F. Geliriug, M. I.Johnso'n, M. XVoolsey, I. Gordon, M. I. Frankenburger, L. Little, li. Linclstrom, C, Moore, E. Meadows, B. J. Koffer. Fourth Row: B. Parks, G. Nesbit, F. Tracy, I. Rowe, L. XVebster, H. Felt, D. M. Linrothe, D. Sowder, V. Par- sons, B. Strasburger. Fifth Row: Miss VVhite, M. Hazen, XV. Firoved, V. Gun- tligr, V. Lauer, M. Cramer, M. McClanahzm, I. Hinch- l . E. l.. S. has accomplished much ln this year that has gone byg The influence of this good club Was shovvn in Calesburg l-ligh, The aforementioned club has spent the year in the gay whirl of the usual Calesburg l-ligh School club activities. The first arc of the whirling circle vvas passed vvhen E. l.. S., allied vvith l., D. C., pre- sented as their project, a free assembly, a play entitled "The Reasoning Ray", on October 30. The next round of activities vvas terminated with their fall party on November l4 and the members again danced gaily on the fifteenth of May, After taking first place in inter-club debate, they turned their attention to a Mothers! Valen- tine Tea vvhich was held on February ll amid many broken hearts lnot any of the Lizzies' hovv- everl. As a final move E l.. S, members bade their senior constituents "Good-byell on lune ninth IX vvhen they banqueted together for the last time 69 IX IX IX I 9 3 7 DEF ECTO Miss White Club Adviser ELIZAIBETHAN .. I: . NT X T T 't" "t"i"l f X ' E .,,. W3 ":"f"-r -.if 'f2- :':f:2f '- firrrtr r' x ,..g: , '-,,'1' g Igggg:,.j:,,-gsfsgsjzga.. .... . "-'-r'1 rt'1'4 iss' Xxx 5 -165 X T X X XXX N ,Six X img sy N A XXX Q t S Qs S Fx AN X N X s Us .,... Y 5555155.55 S'-. X 555522.55 9.-515353321 -. ...... . . Xxx. NN X -ax: N, x X X s r be E i r- A- Mothers, Tea I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ lvlr. lohnson Club Advirer IZDANIYLIN Fall Party nw E..-,vw i 4- 5 Ui' 5, Xkxx mp, ' I,I rid ,,1-I: 2'q-2 . - fi. .. .., .. V- i . .. ...,.,.., .a,4.... First Row: R. Weaver, D. Peterson, Eblohnson, R. Lin- rothe, R. Billings, H. Porter, VV.Gehr1ng. Second Row: I. Bell, B. Kemp, H. Wainrlght, I. Brown, R. Kite, G. Kemp, D. Parkinson, R. McLain, H. Nelson, R. Miller. Third Row: Di Lacky, K. Mudd, W. Levinson, Law- rence, E. Flinn, F. Lundeen, G. Brashear, R. Swise, W. Newcomer, E. Porter. Fourth Row: E. Riley, L. Brown, F.4Foertsch, L. Car- mack, B. Haight, D. Kerns, R. Parkinson, B. Downie, D. Sarver, R. Collier, E. Frankeberger. Fifth Row: T. Downie, R. Sands, H. Von Langen, B, West, L. Munson, R. Thorne, T. Hendricks, A. Kemp, D. Ericson. Sixth Row: Mr. Iohnson, H. Stotts, W. Johnson, E. Clen- denin, H. Upton, P. Westfall, H. Lundeen, I. Turnbull, B. Ingram. Benjamin Franklin might well be proud ot the club that bears his name. The club's record shows the spirit ot leadership ot which Franklin himself would approve. Starting the activities with a tall party the "Ace ot Clubs" proved a social highlight ot the year. This original theme provoked much admiration from all. Taking their cue from the party theme, the Franklins took the first two athletic events in order, winning both the baseball and basketball trophies. The annual banquet was held at the Calesburg Club with Dr. Conger ot Knox College delivering the main address. With the Cirls' Science Club, the Franklins presented the play, "Bashtul Bobby," as a club project. ln swimming the Franklins continued their winning ways. The spring party proved to be another highlight ot the social calendar. 70 Miss Ryin Club Adviser First Row: E. Sherman, P. L. XVallace, M. Thomas, B. Herman, B. Burkhalter, M. L. Johnson, M. Koons, I. Marshall, B. Hatfield, V. BI. Hughes. Second Row: V.Larson, F. Nelson, M. Sandeen, M. Quick, K. Parnell, G. McClure, BI.Mureen, L. Oberling, M Norburg, B. Birdsall. Third ROW: G. Davis, M. I. Lester, F. Bliller, D. Lun- tleen, M. I. Mills, D. Merrill, C. Field, J. YVitherell, BI N l e son. Fourth Row: H. Johnson, M. Frye, A. Swanson, B. VVest WV. Strawn, M. I. Saum, R. Lozier, E. McClure. R Mureen, L. Benson. Fifth Row: Miss Ryin, E. lforrison, -T. Nelson, H. Kuss mann, P, L. Amison, F. Larson, M. Gustafson, M. Lind roth, XV. YVestfall. IX IX IX Q 3 7 IQEFLECTUIQ GIIQLS' SCIENCE Fall Party RED LETTER DAYS on the C. S. C. calendar tor V936-37 reveal that in many activities ot the year this club has taken the lead. "The Cinderella Ball," on NOVEMBER 25, ushered in the tall party season. On FEBRUARY l8 C. S. C. again took the initial step when at a very colorful attair the girls hon- ored their mothers at the tirst Mothers' Tea ot , . t the Year. ln cooperation vvith the Franklin De- ' 'C l'i1 bating Club, this club introduced "Bashtul Bobbyn 4 to the high school audience on APRIL 2 in the Z -2'22--' 8 annual benefit assembly. On the night ot MAY 28, C. S. C. members and their escorts danced y i,,, Ziii' T "Around the World in Three l-loursfl As a last triendly gesture to the seniors, a banquet vvas f given in their honor JUNE lO, graduation night. X X A This vvas a lovely but rather sad attair tor the f se n io rs. lfii Well represented in all activities, the members ZZG, ot the Girls' Science Club have completed a year zi' IX crowded with happy events. zizziziliziiizii 71 ,1y.,w.,, . ,ug 311: .' wtf ,Kilim ' .... .vi in -.,,g .3 .- I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ Club Officers T 4 5 .mini fi., .L T 277 . Mrs. Rich Club Adviser ILLINAE ""V""":" i zlz' . Q ii K . Q u IIIZQPI J . S zf: , ,, . -.-- -4 XXX Xxx ts N ss? XSXN W Ku. H vw- Li F First Row: C. Swanson, E. llitchell, M. XYitherell, IJ. An derson E, Lusk E A d 11 L. D b' , , . n erso , ur in. Second Row: L. Lamb, G. McCarthy, E. Leighton, L Baker, F. Erickson, L. Vlfilson, I. VVatters. Third Row: Corrine Johnson, L. Nemeth, E.1'ettit, D Moran, M. Skidmore, B. Cline, il. Ritchie. Fourth Row: G.Carl, 1.Waguer, H. Mattocks, H. Nor quist, M. Porter, R. Vestal, F. Sweborg. Fifth Row: Mrs. Rich, C. Iohnson, G. Morrison, D. Cecil The lllinae Literary Club, has continued through its second year ot existence very protit- ably and enioyably. ln November the social wheel started turning vvith the annual tall party, The theme vvhich the committee chose tor the dance vvas "Autumn" and the walls ot the gym were ettectively dec- orated vvith branches ot trees and tall tlovvers. Autumn leat programs were used, and the music was turnished by recordings from the popular dance orchestras. During the debate season, much enthusiasm vvas shovvn by the lllinae debaters. ln the intra-club basketball tournament, the lllinae was also repre- sented by a team, The social vvheel continued on its vvay stopping on the evening ot April 6. lt vvas on this date that the mothers ot the lllinae members vvere honored at a Blue and Silver Tea Finally the vvheel came to a detinite stop vvith the much looked torvvard to event the annual spring banquet The activities tor the year have been varied and most interesting L iiwwwwvgffm 'vP'2h3n!l X rs V rrrs l 72 Q " ' ' . -'iil 'i'i iff e' i is "'lf +' -. mf.-L .M 1 ,:l.5if1'QkfxMi'?ai:-5-YS:-SQ.. nunsatrmb .First Row: M.Ranile1l, B. Hampton, V. Camren, li. Pet- erson, H. Culver, C, Lindbloom, E.Dunk1e. Second Row: L.-Iohnson, M.Anflers0n, D. Callahan, E. Hitchen, J. Babbitt, M. L. Lewis, Miss Anderson. Third Row: I. Melick, D. Johnson, M. Humphrey, Y. XYil- cox C. M. R cl h A. H. on. xen, 0 en ouser, 'urm Fourth Row: D. XYestergreen, M. Avey, D. Derby, M. Gibbs, TNI. Jones, C. Cordell, S. Swagert. Fifth Row: D. KT. Booz, D. Thurman, A. Hitchen, B. Thompson, L. Turner, P. Iohnson, T. XVi1s0n. The l.. I.. S. Pageant Wagon IX IX IX I Q 3 7 EFLECTDIQ Miss Anderson Club Advixer LAUIQIAN made its first stop in Decem- Fan Pam ber when Miss Morse resigned to become Mrs, Glenn McEl- hinney, and Miss l-lazel Anderson became driver of the vvagon, After struggling over rough roads in the vicinity of Debateburg, the players stopped for recreation at Steele l-lall on lanuary l6, and enjoyed a snovv- ball party with the B, C. C. On March l7, Recreationville vvas visited and here our players entertained their mothers. A ,yi if lli: rfrf P- 141' ii ,, ,, . -,i, -,,.,:,,J fy, ot. Patriciqs Day tneme was cleverly cariieu .......q If f V -, throughout, Work vvas then begun on a benefit Qlxz ., ,.i iff' assembly, 'Buddy Buys An Orchidfl which vvas i':':j'f presented on April 9 in the C. l-li S. auditorium. f'i-l ll j ijg. The vvagon had again reached Steele l-lall by ..f. iw iE5: May l4, and the players danced avvay their cares Will in a beautiful japanese Carden, ,jjj jjj At the end of the journey on june lO, a lovely banquet vvas held at Soangetaha vvhere many for- mer players gather for food and reminiscing, The buvtug IX vvagOn was stored for the summer in room ll2. iiii A 73 'U 'V "i'. ,..,.,,,.mW...A,,a...,.,.,.. .,.. . .,..,. L., .... .-.,ia- .,,.... . . ,M .. . o A . ,rs-. 53, X , . . 'MQW 73, IZiff"-'Iii'-+Aafiiifif.fi-.Lei 11 ..i, .. .. -. -- . i J 4. 4, " Q ,g , , 4:,,gi- ' g g eiagh "ig-.wi"" iL,.:.+1,..m-5 "'ff 5f " l ' ff " " W ' 'T A fl? fi way?-.I than A 4 ,i-.M ,, 1 p,. ,af-.ex ei: . ' f-ww zizsgvi 5- fwfr' Q "ii ' , , ii, , -Dr af,-signer, ."i'W.-Psvweer-:rf-197, :,?'.wUi?m.' -ff' - , f:.:w'1'Q-YE?-i '-it FW ' f.5f?fs?llg gala., airf':?3l2i5af:ll1W ,3ll5?frl,,9tt'fg,3WK,yg,f3f-.1,'cffm lig-We 2l,?fit'r1?f1-f':-1?'f:i3fflt.-.' f W',afff'??'??'fs i.g--lgtlg.serif?-lla "ll Q" '1 1ii'9i:."iffU"f" it .'f'-'itfikiilf-2.54,-TY WiV1.-HN-:rz.f1, 354-.fT91s"i399iif" 'fi-. H-F+'iP1i-L -v:-..Tf11fQ:1i' 44J.5?"lQ. ii 4- Y gilt 9i,:YYTQiw -1 we is Q' "' ' "' ' ' E"f?'l-it " ' " J' W'1'sjPi.fZi'Q,.-b'f.,,?"t.f'f'Rl' gk-"N '1',t'2sai'fLf 25 -531 l Y i A "i!'.'i' Q I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTIDIQ lVlr, Harris Club Adviser LINCDLN Softball Team 1-1fA MTN I x,x X 'S wg. ..,.., 1 ' f'V.,. . IIIIII,II fr2 sf-Q ' '- xW :-:-: 'z , ...U .,.. Q X -QIX ' First Row: Roy Sharp, R. Eyre, R.Smi1l1, D, Doyle, I. Ailcock, li. Howe, G. Swzilluw. Second Row: H. Secrest, G. Garclncr, l'I.Gard11er, R. Ruth, F. Craft, R. Mariner, R. Hartley, ,l. O,DO1l1lCll. Third Row: I. Highlander, ll. Nlcliee, J. Hzirnest, C. Cold- stoue, B.VVl1ite, j'.Barrow, W. Snapp, li.Aldrich, H. K' th .uen er. Fourth Row: R. Fairbairn, R. Hunt, M. Gibson, B. Moore, I. Harlan, R. Hardine, T. Freda, C. lmstcr, ll. Allison. Fifth Row: K. Aldrich, 1'.Kcster, D. Meyers, I. Durns, K. Hardine, R. Carley, R. lirown, T. Villl, E- Sf'ifCff, Mr. Harris. Sixth Row: V. Brown, V. Peterson, Ralph Sharp, E. Roh- erts, D, Limlstrom, I. Davis, E. Iohnson, D. Burkett. On lune ll, the closing ot the portals ot "Dear Old Gales- burg l-ligh School," brought an end to the thirty-third anniver- sary ot the schools oldest club. This year vvas marked by such important events as the inception -ot a number ot new members, all swearing to "uphold the standardsng the taking ot second place in debate, as Well as participation in other intramural activitiesg and the selection, tor the third time, ot the senior Lincoln vvhose qualities ot scholarship, service, and character best qualified him tor the Eli Graham Avvard. Together with the Lizzies, the Lincolns dis- played their usual initiative by presenting "The Ray ot Reason" to the school, tree ot charge, as their annual project, Looking over the group ot promising sophomores taken in this year, vve are certain that these members combined with the present group vvill continue onvvard. 74 fi. :'1ifs i'-"'E"f.t'.3i . at-Jae 1 , ,,.s ,f -.if W- f , mf x ' - ff tiwfmfui Q. .r -., .1 . 1' 1. -'ffsrf.'ff24Qa-,Q 1,gvsgt3i,,-2131.1.-uw-iw , , ' 'fu : ,.: .. ..1.m.i I.f'iff'r A - . A ,. 4 mfg, --f -,-1 4, 5155.1-i.,,l:3gf fi 5 , fa-gif? 'f J ,L it MQW L ww is IX IX IX I Q 3 7 EFLECTUIQ Miss Lamb Club Adviser DDLYHYMNIA First Row: Miss Lamb, F. Reeves, E. Kennedy, M.John- son, G. Carlson, I, Sargeant, G, Iohnson, L. Massingail. Second Row: B. Stackhouse, H. Shugart, L. Peterson. V. Cederberg, L. Ruther, N. Hoots, M. Dalton, E. Erlanrl- son. Third Row: M.Mahaffey, C.Poulos, F. Gross, IXI.No'r- gart, D. Goldquist, T. Mitchell, F. Cunningham, M. Tones. Fourth Row: E. Eaves, T. Harshbarger, R. Diaz, H. Hol- comb, BI. Carlson, A. Nelson, D. Stake, R. Asbury. Fifth Row: R. Graham, U.Terlerman. M.VVestberg, M. Bewley, V. Higgins, F. Linder, M.XVithere1l, H. Foye, Club Officers The Polyhymnia Literary Club began the year's activities with a meeting at which Miss Lamb told ot the origin ot Polyhymnia. November 7 was the date on which, in connec- tion with the lllinae, Castalian, and Thespian Clubs, the members participated in a gala tall party. A special Thanksgiving meeting was held in the Recreation Room and was quite entertain- ing, The group was entertained by piano num :i1111-- '2:'- W delight ot all, retreshments were served. New otticers were elected on November 24, At the last meeting betore Christmas vacation, the girls exchanged inexpensive gitts and sang Christ- mas Carols, Another election of otticers took ..,,...--,-,. slrrrr place on February ll. As spring rolled around, the Mothers' Tea, held on April 20, was the first interesting event, and a mUSlCal DVOSVEW WHS Dfefflled- Tl1US ended 3 :.. .---" bers, a vocal selection, a viola solo, and to the C E a N N NX l , 9' l ll .Ei D yea l', lx .......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,E ,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,:,,,,,,,,, 75 W- ' T ' i X l .lllrsuh F. :i . I Q 3 7 IX IX IX EFLECTU Miss lrlilker Club Adviser DIQDIYDIQAMA Fall Party 1 agmx XX x..5 x Msg N xx 3 ,474 'K '1X- .I,., N , V,,. .. 'IVA A.:.X,...., l "'f . -' M. . ., -- . . ' ag---1:f'.-vy-.uw s.,r..'x...wi.. rfb '-4--v ' -sf ' f ff...'-f..sLX+....,r---,...w 2:a.a.m.m.,:r wmfl :.4.M.aM..wswb. har-,Al-'ist First Row: V. Pease, ll. Griffith, ll. Schultz, E. Becker, I. VVzitson, L. Cook, R. XVagle. Second Row: R. Lawrence, B. Cline, E. Peterson, C. Cills, D. Hzimblin, Miss Hilker. Third Row. H. VVerner, F. Lundhulm. R. llanwurren, F Gilierson, D. Durbin, E. Bernston, D. Bayless. Fourth Row: B. Leighty, E. Tupper, P. Lynch, K. Bleek- er, M. J. Nelson, C, Johnson, D. Tonkin. Fifth Row: I.Carlson, P. Bird, H. Bergwall, M. An- dreen, M. Trulson. The "l3rokorama" by P. L. S. members is a novel which con- cerns the activities ot a group ot girls. The tirst chapter is devoted to the carefree days ot a Mother Goose Land Party at vvhich mem- bers and guests are greeted by many old book friends. ln one ot the later chapters vve tind them attending a more mature spring party. The Prokorarnas enjoy a good, healthy argument and vve tind them lending a chapter to inter-club debates on the question ot electrical utilities. They also take part in a girls' basketball tournament. Miss Schrotberger graciously aids the club in many instances during Miss l-lilker's absence. They are especially grateful tor the results she ancl the committee obtain tor the Patriotic Mothers Tea. The last chapter concerns the preparation for the play given as their project and a banquet held in lune, Through the last chapter runs a more somber trend as the seniors realize that soon they vvill no longer be characters in this book. 76 'wr -rrr ' 437 in it ..cr'.c In 1 111. . ' . .k .4 . X . . T K. i i-g..4,, G, Am..s.,....-.-smirk--.-as1-agedM45 fha.. tra..:..1--... f - an i V First Row: J. Lannholm, XV. XYatters, Y. Sandburg, E. XYinchell, XY. Gehrett. Second Row: C. Quarterman, l.,-Tohns, M. Larson, XY. C. jackson, D. Nelson, R. Shaw. Third Row: D. James, G. lioughan, S. lily, I. Fulton, H. Brown, Mr. Swinton. Fourth Row: D.Anderson, J, Case, J. llrodine, B.Iack- . R D' lc Q QUIT, . lC Cf. 011. Fifth Row: A. XV0olsey, I. Pitman, P. Seyler, XV. Fuson, ll. Shaw. This club has enjoyed a very successful year and many in- teresting programs have been presented. The Senecans took part in the inter-club activities such as baseball and basketball. ln baseball, they lost only tvvo games, being the loser to the Franklins and Boys, Science Club, Members ot the baseball team vvere Raymond Dickerson, Robert Shavv, Paul Sey- ler, Curtiss Erickson, Dale Nelson, W. C. jackson, Sylvester Bly, Weslie Whiteside, and Martin Larson. The basketball season vvas not quite as success- tul as that ot baseball and the team lost all but tvvo games, thus tying tor last place. This team vvas composed ot W. C. jackson, Raymond Dicker- son, john Landholm, Sylvester Bly, Weslie White- side, lvlartin Larson, and Dale Nelson. The otticers for the tirst term vverej Raymond Dickerson, President, james Pitman, Vice-Presi- dent, john Fulton, Secretary, and Virgil Taylor, Sergeant ot Arms, Those ot the second term vverei james Pitman, President, Donald james, Vice-President, W, C. jackson, and Paul Seyler, Sergeants Ot Arms. IX 77 ..,0....-,V-- f.....,.....-.- .........................,,....,r....-,..-.-.-v..-,.,.,,, ,,...,,.,. IXIXIXIQ 37 DEFLECTDD Mr, Swinton Club Adviser SENECA ..,, S' 7 X X s 5 . as wws E ,EEE :X- 9:5 yr QSWFX xxl NX W. W3 w " xxx? ' ' 5252 2. -"' -"'-' :i sg. 5 H 'T ...... . , WWWM Club Officers , ...,. ,..,,., . -4,.ir,,. ie -U' ' - ff 1-, f 1 i- u ., -3 . ,- Wa .. - , + rs, 'rf Liz' aww'--.'f - ..1fx.i.i5.f:2f.l., at-f-ft 1 ri far-'fylwrf . L f. -43,2-f ,1, -was i-.21 ,.1-.-2--'L 2 R' 'sail-1m21.111si-.imrilagmmvqr..i-sf1u..l.masa-ii-a.i.mi4.mrn.,Qiaefaa-Jawai,.mutt5-.:n44:..:,.f1wras-.vtiif:.u,fav,fr.a.t.Qz,sra.-ra Aii,i.ii,.sw.mlm,If1.va'.a4iLuit:af.e5a.f,Qaz,rsag.mf:i.,iiQ 1-'nwasfini-1.4Aiai..1.,fa'rl2.Quasiai:Jszaflrixtxmb-tsiiiasiei-'3QiEm.EQmifmg,sg2::z2ii1i f L rfrifi 53 53443. 1',.1-.'f- -lLQ:,.- 1-f r si' 1' ' ' 3 ' Q ..' .Ji.1 '21- env! :vu 1 V. . - . a, Q - .afsri.f1saf!.vL'.:f.-. . P 'lin ' ' ' 1 'W' if M-'iw 'A H 1 ,R if , ag, avi . r l Ji . .i .r. , .. .uf 'J. . .f..-1 '21 .B ifgr: ln, '.. iq.-it-. is x 7'-."'4""'-'-4'5e'14915' ,ii TJ-','-'i'45UQ5 '- 1'-it'-lfgrfgaf .- 4 , meta:-ries: at .-:i..:am.a:f""l',fP.xif..2..e.. , ., , I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEELECTU Mr. l-lays Club Adviser S If Q U 0 IA Basketball Team ,I,, S- :"A: .. X ew lMS' W x EZE: A xxx v X' .. cv X WI,X" 1 'XII+-XI X, I N X 2 E First Row: K. WViIcox, C, Bryant, G. Mead, L. Carman, R. Johnson. Second Row: Mr. Hays, R. Fosburg, M. johnson, F. B R H ' oaz, . aggenjos. Third Row: L. Hand, W. Ryan, R, Allen, L, Webber, W. Dugan. Fourth Row: R. johnson, K. Linn, L. Swedlund, R. Carl- son, B. Snook. During the past year much progress has been shown by the Sequoians, one ot the newer clubs ot G. l-l. S. The club took part in many inter-club activities. They won three ot the six scheduled games in softball, winning from the Collectors, Americans, and Lincolns and losing to the Science, Senecans, and Franklins, The members ot the softball team were Richard Allen, l.aVern Carman, Billy Ryan, Marcel johnson, Dick Morrison, l-larlan Nelson, james McKee, Lawrence Swedlund, Phil Westfall, Leo Webber, Forest Boaz, Russell johnson, and Billy Wilson. The basketball team was composed ot the same boys with the exception ot Dick lVlor- rison, Lawrence Swedlund, and Phil Westfall. The boys also competed in golt and swimming. The otticers at the beginning ot the year were: Richard Allen, President, Russell johnson, Vice- President, and jack Seward, Secretary-Treasurer. Those elected tor the second semester were: Law- rence Swedlund, President, Billy Ryan, Vice-Pres- ident, and Layern Carman, Secretary-Treasurer. 78 H if r . , -- ,. , - - . -.,z,gy,, i,- "egg: ri- , g. . 1 ' , -- 3- rj, gig'-'gf 4,2 .,:in'- - " 2 .. -,: 4,qlr,.,f ' 3-. .. " 'flihl :dir C, .iff .E sn.xv,L.arterialaL.a,A,..r1a.QL.mv.xief.1Q1.+ir:.1fria.nm:-ia:a..scsxsmf.:,f.f.fre..m.m:-.'af.i.:3Q2ff.:1sLrE.'ai:51i4saaif++'fYlnffmimwfmr-:ff-14-miQ' llie'-ser-i-vwM'f'w R - .'.fEi5'fw 1. r, wean. win. -1 : r P' ' 'v 'fi---Ji 4: 'r 'ai , ' , ' i'- , r Y- -"mf eff-1r":321-1,"' ,-Q .i if - . r-1 .'..,s.,,f. fy. 1' M, 4.-.iz-r..f,.,r.,, ,... u ,f,f.1.,.. fr- 1. H,-.1-,v..f.ag.?My-.. .-.it . , -. r 'J r1.i,e:-1+-fra.. sz, as--fn. 'ttf mae .- 1 4:- .. ,i --at 5 , . -J: V1 4-Hsu r . ...pri ri awp f- frm- 4 mf... as-21,1-fi --r.-,vm-ww-1 1-ver r-,1:...f.- ---i Jw.-1 it-.uf I ,-sa-1-fy. me v'!Pf,.ii4.e.a-f- rw .rw Nw vv,zf1:1wiw:a..'.w 1. ' a- -fri: '92 r, .- ,.-w.:-me-,ws 4. fa.. -:,1l.,f.?a'v.-,,.'4e- A-. r.4..r,r3i Atublfvg.,a,,r1,g.g,q.,:11-4,9, i, -. ,wr ,mfr -. L'-av-v fr fa -M. .sg-fr-sfrh, NV. az--ff . V 4 - r - If 3:31 ,Lg-gtrw .W , ., ., . . ggwgq r-f g.g,1,g.f,.,sg.i,1rai5ff.'1'.,aE2:f r--,.4::1.!we,, :mary-.r-Var, .13-'aaon4:..a.w.bw,..,,J.u,m ,, 'ai 'H wr-andrea.,-s. . ,...,...,...,..a.. fl First Row: K. Cutler, E, M. Berry, M. Reimer, N. Mc- Laughlin, A. Danforth, T. Brown. Second Row: J. Simmons, F. Meyer, E. Crapnell, W. Van D M E D ff F B' k runen, . . u y, . jor . Third Row: B.Sma11wo'od, F.Hagre1ius, D. Sharer, S. Worrall, E. Tohnson, Miss Irvine. Fourth Elcgwz Bryan, G. Megginson, G. Stern, R. Mon- son, wan erg Fifth Row: D, Kennedy, C. Brouhard, R. Gibbs, W. Hor- ton, M. Predmore. During l936-37 the Thespian Cruiser had a splendid voyage with Miss lrvine as her captain. On November 7, she reached the port where the Thespians, with three other clubs, sponsored the first fall party of the year. The theme employed vvas "ln a Fall Carden." The harvest moon and other autumn decorations adorned the hall. 3 The cruiser set sail again and while on board ship a committee framed a constitution for the Thespians to follow in steering the vessel in future voyages, The next social function of the voyage was the entertaining of the girls' mothers with a Mothers' Tea held April l. The theme was very clever and everyone had an exceptionally good time. Many enjoyable deck programs were given to make the cruise a pleasant one. As the "Thespian" neared the home port a final entertainment was given on lune 3 at which the senior passengers and the alumnae were honored. IX "Bon voyage to all," said the crew. 79 IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTUIQ Miss Irvine Club Adviser THESDIAN Mothers' Tea Committee l U 2225? 'R in Sgx NMR Q X x V3 . :?f2g2- ,.51 S - ii' 3 St I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ Mr, Lantz Director DIQCHESTIQA ring Quartette A -.Q.. wa SN This year has been a more active one for the orchestra than those of the past, They gave a concert in the fall for the school children of the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, vvhich is something nevv to both the orchestra and school children. Much of the rehearsal time vvas spent in pre- paring for the concert which vvas given in May. Some of the outstanding numbers were: "Tales from the Vienna W'oods'l by Strauss and "lVlinuet" from Beethoven's First Symphony. They played the accompaniment to the cantata Evangeline which vvas given for the Union P T A meeting in the gymnasium on April 26 by the lunior high school chorus classes ard lvliss Terrys senior girls chorus The orchestra gave a program for Central lunior l-ligh School in the spring and appeared at l-litch cock and Lombard lunior l-ligh Schools for assemblies The string quartet composed of Frances E strom Marjorie Gustafson lean l-larshbarger and Barbara Young played for the P T A and various programs throughout the year . L ,... T we " ' f "'-rf . . . . . . , -f,, '.:v' ' . Ml, 'ihvl . E . . . 'il'l:ii rri l ' ' ' ' :f'f2" I Strike up the Band! This phrase plays an important part as the Cl-l.S. band lends musical color to many school activities. Whatever the occasion-tootball, basketball, parades, or assemblies-the blue caped musicians are doing their bit to add pep and enthusiasm to the scene. At football games they added warmth when the weather was quite chilly, at basketball games they tilled the gym with rousing syncopa- tion, at parades much loyal atmosphere was lent as they marched in military precision, and at assemblies each student was given pep and inspira- tion as this well-trained organization presented its concerts, playing newer selections and enjoyable arrangements ot the older ones. Especially clever was Mr. l.antz's renditon ot "She'll Be Comin' 'Round The lVlountain." The last appearance ot the band, which at this time was composed only ot juniors and sopho- mores, was made at the commencement exercises when the members played as the seniors tiled in and out ot the gym. Mr, Lantz, the versatile director ot both the band and the orchestra, justly deserves much praise tor making these organizations popular with the students. IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ Mr. L Director antz BAND Brass Quartette X X l Q iz' 1 , Vvgvqqb E .. .,.,..:,: F., - ::. X I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ lvlr, Moyer Aalvixer CUUNCILMEN A Councilman X x ,,... , .Aft xr. FGA. A.. 4 i S U X... i f f G 'X ll- a me ' M s ls he S J l "' s X xxx X X5 sig x X QQ XXX X X A W V X , , C 'W I i'3V'l"'j3iW5?7 irst Row: I. Hoist, H. Culver, H. Nelson, F. Dexter, R. Fairbairn, M. Anderson, P. Johnson, B. Holmquist. Second Row: R. Kemp, -T. XViller, L, Vitali, F.Mi1ler, B. Chandler, L. Benson, M. Sauter, L. Little. Third Row: R. Mureen, K. Parnell, B. I. Koffer, B. Parks, R. Harris, M. I, Stephens, L. Turner, B. Stegall. Fourth Row: E. Tupper, B. Moore, F. Lundeen, R. Alli- son, T. Freda, R. Carley, P. XVestfal1, R. Bone. Fifth Row: M. Peterson, D. Rowman, C. Swank, B. Lin- rothe, R. Light, XV. Gehrinq, H. Reno. At the beginning ot each school year some capable per- son is chosen from each advis- ory to represent it, or to act as middleman in all the activities in vvhich the ad- visory is involved. They make up one ot our important school organizations, tor it is the coun- cilmen vvho manage the sale ot all tickets, promote plays, tootball and basketball games and encourage and give their best ettorts toward every school activity. A tevv ot the familiar phrases vvhich are so otten heard by advisory members from the student coun- cil representatives are: l'Pay your S. A. A, dues," "Subscribe for the Reflector or be sorry next lunef' "Only titty cents and you get a Budget every Fridayf' and many other cries which the torty-one representatives are so capable ot giving vvhen conviction is necessary. By the end ot the year each advis-ory is convinced that his council- man is really a second 'Demosthenesfl and his persuasive power is ettectively shovvn in the success ot our activities. 82 ... Tl il typical scene in front of the ticket office, H t l nts gather before all events such as Erlztys, and ' ' Y sl- . , at b ht t buy their tickets A we como. rctutxion m p ide to all students who belong to thc 5. A. A. The Student Activity Asso- ciation was a new organization in Calesburg l-ligh School this year. lt was created to promote more interest in the scho-ol's extra-curricular ac- tivities and judging from the crowds at ditterent events, it has succeeded. A meeting was called last tall ot all students who had attended the tirst two Calesburg l-ligh School tootball games and those in attendance were made charter members ot the association. Dues were one dollar per year and in return tor this tee, the members received a reduction in price to all athletic activities, the school paper and the year book. The idea was immediately presented to the student body. The response was good and the membership was about seven hundred and seventy-tive Otticers tor the year werei Edward johnson, Presidentg Richard l-lartley, Vice-Presidentg Kath- ryn Burgland, Secretaryg and Thornton Freda, Treasurer. The support ot this society by its members was very excellent throughout the year. IX IX IX I Q 3 7 DEFLECTUIQ Mr, Brookirig Adviser s.A.A I ,, E x 4 .x XX ll lx S xx X X .-all .vi S. A. A. Officers I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQIEFLECTDIQ Debate Team Mr, White Coach DEBATE .,,' 5 ' Qi l c i liirst Row: 1. A. btamhaugh, M. Anderson, 14. Der. loo . l th Second Row: L. Xvebster, M. Humphrey, L. Little, I T nery. Third Row: Mr. XVhite, H. Young, I. Highland NI Liudroth, M. Jones. Fourth Row: E. Roberts, P. Brown, E. johnson, P erson, B. White. Wemightcompare ourlXlorth- vvest Conference Debate Squad this year to our l'Silver Streak" Basketball Team, Of course there are only four players on our "word battling squad" and five Nbasket rnakersu but we are com- paring them only in respect to the grand work that they have accomplished and for vvhich they deserve much credit. ' lvlarian Lindroth and Edward johnson carried off honors as they maintained that the affirmative side of the question vvas right. Ed Roberts and Pete Brovvn argued just as vigorously that electric utilities should not be governmentally owned and operated, ln addition to these, the hard working alternates vvere Bob White and Vincent Peterson. Our squad did not come out on top in every debate, but still vve are very proud of them. We can vvell apply to our debaters the vvords of the vvriter vvho said: "For when the Great Scorer comes to write against your name, He vvrites not that you vvon or lost but hovv you played the game." " - + t , .,..fE.'.,x:L , 1. 2 V ,..,.,,,,-1 1. , 4 1, f 4, N, , K J I P t ez C. XVilson, M Frye, E. Tupper, XV. XVest- B Xvynn, DT. Koons, DI. Stuart. B tt Pcture: P. Brown, B. XVhite, I. Highlander, T. , T. Freda. Congratulations are in order to our declam team.. Seven girls composed the team and of these Carolyn Vyfilson won the right to represent us with Barbara Wynn as alternate, At Moline Carolyn's interpretation of "Winterset" ranked fourth in the contest. After plenty of work and several tryouts on the part of Mr. White's twenty-five would-be orators, lohn Highlander, who spoke on "Fools or Wise lvlenl' was selected as our NWC. representative. Ted Szerlong placed second. Un December 4th we were host to the Conference contest and lohn was awarded second place. The extemp team also deserves much credit. On IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ Mr. lennings Mr. Vxfhite Coaches SDEECH AIQTS sf X cats - X X -.rar ..... 1 .- n. , X una Externp Team April T5 at a contest held with Rock lsland here, at Q if Barbara Young won the Iaurels for Cl-l.S. with Bob White as runner up, james Van Cieson and iguzisllg . f Charles Thomas were other members of the team. if ln the conference contest at Moline, Barbara came El' H I home with fifth place. CHS, is proud of her "word battlingl' sons and 'iri daughters who work hard to win for her. We are V... wishing Hlylore power to you next year", lzzl fm' W' !i'm ' Y' WNW' WTWWWWT , N.,, . ,,..,,. .,.. aA.2.1,m.m,A..,r... ,.A.,...r., ,. , pri. I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ lvlr. White Director IEDDWING DAINS S l K Wiflie say: that people Wfvo are beautiful but dumb must conyqne aff re- flccling to mirrors. , X.,X i .., I IC X X 5 YI: ,llh ft xy X X x N Q t Ji ' lfw i' 5, The season was launched for the speech department in their production of afastmovingcom- edy entitled "Growing Painsfl The story concerns the problems of Professor and lVlrs, lvlclntyre, well meaning but bewildered parents, as their children, Terry and George, ex- perience their first attacks of the well known "disease" adolescence, From the time that Terry is rejected as a mem- ber of the boys' baseball team, until George, in the name of chivalry, hits a traffic officer in the jaw, the play is filled with tonsils, high heeled shoes, and other complications of growing up. The roles of Terry and George were portrayed by Betty Lea Eccher and Edward johnson, respec- tively, Eloise Tupper and james Smith playing the parts of the mother and father. Elfreda Erlandson and Karl Aldrich took the parts of Prudence and Brian. fl Pm Wm Written, cast and produced by members ot our ovvn high school, l'Reversed Rolesf' the PTA, Benetit tor this year, turned out to be a big success. lvlr. White, Speech Arts' instructor, vvrote the play, the plot ot vvhich was based on an incident vvhich occurred a number ot years ago in southern lovva. With the exception ot three characters, the double cast system vvas employed, each cast per- torrning one night, This allowed a larger number ot students to participate in the production. The plot concerned the lives ot a husband and vvite vvho changed places. lt also involved the romance ot their daughter and adopted son. After many entangling circumstances, the play vvas brought to a close. Like all plays, only a part ot the vvork ot the production took place on the stage. There vvere many good back stage crevvs vvith etticient man- agers to help the play present a good appearance, tl: t bezng a fnl. -,fv-..a,a..,,7a.-.-. ,,vv.m,...f,....71,,,,-..,.:.-?-......,....,.i.,.W1........,...,-,.. ....................,..-.-e-s--.-,f.,..,,..:.,.-..-......-.,..,-.,.I Willie lm: decided that be stage xmcck IX IX IX I 9 37 IQEFLECTDIQ Mr, White Director IQEVEIQSED IQDLES Lf f ,- - ri Q T . Skt ll G s f N. ,pgdlif N ,,.,.., Ee ,S r,,.,,e--v-iffmvqwz-ew w51,,xlgs?F,J M .3 kai, ,af 3,3 1937 IXIXIX IQEFLECTUIQ Mr. White Director C l'l I I. D I2 If N UF THE MCDN EW an , V , , , . ,. . , f-,kayak The Senior play for this year was 'Children of the Moon" by Martin Flavin. This drama fol- lowed an idealistic theme and concerned problems of heredity and environment, fantastically symbolized as Hmoon madness." The Atherton family is afflicted by a strange malady, When lane, the daughter, wants to marry an aviator, her mother prevents it by suggesting that she has no right to marry having perhaps in-- herited the family taint. Through the power of suggestion she changes lane from a normal, healthy girl into a neurotic victim of "moon madness." The aviator, Major Bannister, realizes there is no happiness ahead, so the young lovers fly out to sea, knowing there is little Petrol in the tank. The cast included Margaret Frye, l-lelen Werner, lune Tennery, Edward lohnson, Dick Brown, Dick Doyle, lohn Burns, and Bob Mariner. nn Willie sayx, "A good play really means' work." IX as February 25 vvas a memorable day, not only for the Reflector, but for the vvhole school lt vvas the date of the presentation of the "Reflectavue Scramble," one of the most enjoyable performances ever put on behind the footlights of C. l-l, S. This sparkling revue vvas divided into three parts. The first vvas presented by the Annies and Boys' Science as their project, lt dealt vvith the rehearsal of a musical comedy and vvas entitled "What a lvlessll' lt vvas directed by lvliss lvloser. The next tvvo acts, l'Still a Mess" and "Now You Guess" were in charge of the Reflector and consisted mainly of novelty skits and musical specialties, The Ml-larlem Revue" struck a new note in entertainment, The beautiful stage set- tings vvere particularly commendable, Special mention should be given lvlr, White, director of the production, and Miss Belshavv, vvho vvorked out the setting and dances, AAAIQST IQEFLECTUIQ The Staff Sponsor IDEFLECTAVUE ,V l G 3 ' NA good canva: if need- C Q ea' to put over a Reflecto' f I- ":f5 ,, 'lr I comment! Willie. ' I-':EEQ 5:1i:ZL:3:'1i?f' --',: -.za f- er' f .E 52. -. M X, X tg QS X ' LZ... Ev- ' "' . "'f:E'Z'E:.:,:. :-:- ,, ,H :,.,.g ,,. . .... , fl. i-ter,-. 3 - ' f -f fjff, Jin K 5 4 H 1937 IXIXIX IDEFLECTUIQ Mr, White Director Tl'l If DTH ED WIS If MA N f K' f ' Rs.. S-f Willie Jay: that you dont have to be a gene- alogist to be inlerexted in the arnily lree at Cflrut- max. :Aries k The annual Christmas play vvas l-lenry Van Dylqels, L'-fhe Other Wise lvlanfl a beautiful and touching story of the search of the fourth vvise man for the Christ Child. the play follovved the life of The theme of Artaban as he searched for the lvlessiahi l-lis gift for the king consisted of three ievvels, but as he travelled on his vvay he gave them, one by one, to help his fellow men. He lost his life in an earth- quake after searching for thirty-three years, and before he died, he heard a voice telling him of his 'lsuccess through failure, of victory through defeatfl lt is not easy to point out excellence in a group vvhere it is so prevalent. 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V V- sf 4 'L V Y 'Y s ' ' , -. I . y ,K 'rg .4 U A . 5 in ' 4' s N V 4 ' 4 V -. .- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I During the athletic season of l936-37, the teams of Cales- burg l-ligh School turned in some very fine performances To start the season in the fall, Coach Cillespie led a strong football team through a fairly successful season, Following the football schedule, Coach Phillips had a very good season with the basketball team. Losing an average amount of games, the team, however, came back strong to win the Regional and Sectional tournaments. To end the season, the Silver Streaks were defeated in the first game of the State Tournament by Wells of Chicago. When track started this year, prospects didn't look very bright, but as the season progressed it seemed Calesburg couldn't be defeated on the cinder path because they won, under Coach C-illes- pie's leadership, the Bradford Relays, the Ceneseo Relays, and the Northwest Conference Meet by very decisive scores. Not to forget to mention the minor sports - - Calesburg received first in cross country, second in tennis, and fourth in golf, in conference com- petition. IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ ,M xrd ' 0 JC QQ.. ur Athletes S D 0 I2 TS Basketball , .,., A atb W gmc X yr ,,,. av ,,,.. ., ..,,. .,., A T I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ Opponents Calesburg Bushnell O 6 Burlington 7 l2 Rushville O 2l East Moline i3 O Moline i2 O Rock Island 3 6 Macomb O 27 Peoria Manual i3 6 Kewanee l4 l3 Monmouth i3 l i8 FUUTIBALL ,,,. 1 -.-...,.. "sz 9515?-A A Q ,v m First Row: BRASHEAR-Guard Cuy's blocking and tackling ability will be an asset next season to Coach Gillespie. CUENTHER-l-lalfback A fleet tooted backfield man who will run all over them next year. McKAY-l-laltback What "Red" lacked in size, he made up in tight and determination, FREDA-l-laltback Regular in the backtield this year, and will be a welcome sight next season to Coach Gillespie, HAND-dCuard LeRoy will be in there next season helping hold the line. DULANEY-Tackle Don helped hold the line and put plenty of spirit into each game, F. LLJNDEEN-Fullback One of the brother combination who will be back again next fall. 'f' "V tt ' '2"l'2'Mn:QF,1wfM .L-,g.,,, K .sei-.,3.t,a, 4,23 We M 1,5 3 r pri.-'fa s-5. Q 5 4.. ,,. .... ,W .,,,,.-,,.,.....-.......V...Y.,...,,.,.,,.....a:W....,a,.,.-....,..,...,,..,.... Second Row: B NELSON-Tackle Bill's effective line play will be a loss to the team next tall. l-lACCENlOS-Guard A consistent player whom we will see more of in the coming year, REACOR-Tackle Bob is new this year but will be back next year. WlTHERBEE+CuaVd The running mate of Cuy's, being a senior, will be missed next tall, BAYLESS-l-lalfback l-larold, a sure blocker of the backtield, will see plenty of action in 38", BABBITT-End Marcel, also a junior, will give all he has to strengthen the line next season. BERRY-Quarterback lohn, the ball carrying ace, in his last year did an excellent job in the backfield. 93 CQ Third Rowi LllXlZlCKER4End Warren's tleettootedness was good enough to win him a letter during the past season, l. NEl.SONfEnd Nelson's long arms will catch many passes next year. CURLESS-Left Guard He learned the fundamentals on the second team, watch him go now. BROWN-Center The pivot position next season will be well taken care of by Russ. H LUNDEEN-End l-lod's leaving this year will leave a place that will be hard to till. CEI-lRlNC-Tackle l-lis reserve power will be missed in the com- ing season. MR, CILLESPIE-Coach The capable director of our athletes. X -fwiiilftxyawgliaimv 'v v6 V , . V. , ,,,,..,, fi . - . ,X ,.,, " l 'i:.w"-41? " "i'ki553,zr'f K. 2--wLf'l41f:1Tl ,2':ETfQ'f?i3i'F"' iff 1. ,wif i.eLap:'i.+.isa:, x Wgrtfaziaf 'r f,f-uaiwxa:.mer5',sSa2afaS2nit14f:Y:xQ15tat2u'Sif3r 4' I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEIZLECTIDIQ Calesburg Opponents 20 I5 i3 27 i5 22 23 i5 2l 2l 25 l7 23 20 24 i9 Burlington Rock Island Peoria Manual Monmouth Decatur Kewanee Moline East Moline Canton Rock Island Peoria Manual Monmouth Kewanee Moline East Moline Canton BASKETBALL x .ik . x 'S . ,,.. , X uutt i f V :-,:.. :f,. First Row: COACH PHILLIPS He doesn't say much but he gets the results. BRASH EAR-Cua rd When he goes after the ball it generally ends up in his hands. R. HARDINE-Forward Rusty seldom missed from his side of the floor. FLORER-Forward This fellow has a mighty, one-handed shot. RAAEN-Cua rd When this lad starts to dribble, it seems as though the ball is stuck to his hand. BROWN-Center When he starts taking, you don't know where he will end up. W EST-Forwa rd He plays well in any position assigned him. Second Row : SW I SE-Cua rd When Bucky aimed at the basket, the OD- ponents ceased to breathe. SWALLOW--Center He plays like the bird he is named after. V I TAI. I--Cua rd Short but snappy. F. LUNDEEN-Forward Rick and his brother are two ot a K. I-IARDINE-Forward Kenny gets the most out of each LAwRENycE-Guard I-lere's a steady player and a good COATN EY-Forwa rd Not many rebound shots slipped fingers. 95 kind, shot, shot. through his Third Row: I-IARTLEY--Guard This boy knows how to swish them in. Vxfl LLER-Forwa rd A tall, slender lad who is an allearound good player. I-i. LUNDEEN-Center An all-around team worker, both on defense and offense. SANDS-Center A reformed forward who made good at center. CUENTI-IER-Forward He brought his track ability to the basketball Court. COE-Guard I-le can sink them from any spot. UNZICKER-Center A hard-fighting center whom no one pushed around. IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ Mr. Phillips Mr. Aitchison Coaches SDDHDMCIQE FDUTBALL Sports' Managers I .::ffi'i' ' lx , cl xx 1"' .... -x, ,EIV ..I: 3 .4.,,., i Taz: E iz, ,.,:V. E .V .rig A Nl S lk 5 vi , 21" V ,lifliii-fi ,iv 1 ' X r . it J XI , - Q 1-irst Row: L. Munson, H. WVainwright, C.Thomis I Toole, B. Kemp, D. Darrzih, R. Haraldson. Second Row: P. Theobald, L. Arie, R. Miller, E John son, G. McLain, C. Lester, L. Carmack, D. Burkett Third Row: Coach Aitchison, H. Stotts, O. Searles B Treffer, M. Iosephson, V. Traff, Coach Phillips As the season opened, the Tigers were very enthusiastic tor a successful season on the white marked gridiron. Gales- burg started the season by defeating Bushnell 6 to O, then with the throttle advanced they tripped the highly rated river team from Burlington by a score ot l2 to 7. Although Calesburg was not able to defeat the champion Moline team, they were able to hold them to a lower score than any other team had been able to do. The highlight ot the season was the deteating ot the Rock Island team which gave C. l-l. S. a tie tor tourth place in the Northwest Conference. Calesburg lost to the strong Kewanee team lil to l3, Faced by the same problem as in the past, the sophomore boys at the beginning ot the season had had no tootball instructions, Under the direc- tion ot Coach Phillips, this inexperienced Pony team gained rapidly as the season progressed. Dropping the tirst encounters to the strongest teams by narrow margins, the Shetlands picked up and won by decisive scores the remaining games. i1...ai.,,., .vw-f-we l ,,,.. ff .iw - .. -.-.i i. ii, i J :Kina-:rw -+4-1,!ftsw.w,v a-fin Qi-6,-m...,.--,, i. - U- f .,.,1t..x N., .. ... . .. . . an , .... f- Frifr- -rm-4 nv- X , -r - vw- ,I K..-.H,,,.--4.-,.-W N- ,nv-ww ,,,-ppm .'T?1i'5'i1:,t',TifiT7f"'FI'?w7"'T4"'f "3?'f,j5TTff1'77'7T , .?"f775'flT"Tt:- ii- ,"f"UT"2 HTE7fiT'77'v5'7""'5i17T'LYS''5Yff7Vlf'f"'l7"""-lf''?fT'?7"""F7'7"Ff'f5'75, .1-1. I """ 'T' .'.f'C11r ,' ' ,U an... ,a "1 ww 'J -' - 1.-I.: . f L .+ vw 'Iwifi-if'-FTEAYTNazi liffvllii1ef.,141'.i1? . fi "1 - t'5:'. 72 :' -:i:.'lfw'f ms' 'fi :users--"rz. Sill1fft.1'3fura',s1i:l3Mrlfmaiqfi.i:.12L3i'1wit:ter F 'Hwtiffizfxfmfawwi iii x 'itl.i..imi,i iw.-w':ift-"it.1 iwffw fu ww'trf1'.f'fd2litem Kffitwtf lit t , vnililrw'-'f i'-u 5l:xa'ap'Tl '-Rivet ifleuilariiifi.-.artsy1u31i2'Qsai'1' ,. liaiezfwrfiwf3725131iiwwa.v'l wi-' Q'-ii ' i k ' if tiliv-irl'l f ' 'f M . 1 K 4 if 3' 1. l Q. ..... -Mr' z...1,.. 4. gm, Y -, -WM. . . if 6 ,. 1, W5 Mi il 1Ef'2,..j. ii fa..,,. if.,- ii.-wi...,W haf... ,nic .4 -latin. .iv a g, , i...i 1 . ,fy Wm, . ,M 1, Q ,. ,,, 1 . lik irst isfaf- w H V f . z:?f.i 'w.tQ'r1'f54ilaL3-XiEiiH!e?SLst??'iFJ?b'w Si1f . 41.. . at .Lai-am-.,i-i.'-:wifi ffaafiasagii .1 ,.,-,Maw w: L. E Joh Wll r, I. Ha l D.Burk t R er , R. Tapper. Faced with the almost impos- sible task of building a winning' basketball team around one letter man, Lundeen, Coach Phillips succeeded, in spite of these handicaps and built a better than average club. Taking four inexperienced juniors, Coach Phil- lips developed a team which ended up with a vvin column of fifteen and a loss column of only nine. The Streaks started the season in a very dis- heartening vvay, because they only vvon tvvo out of the first seven games. The experience gained in these games was to the team as a gold mine to a poor man, because they vvon thirteen out of the next sixteen games. Despite a successful season this year, a more successful season is expected next year because the coach vvill have four experienced men. We will all be pulling for him and the team. The Ponies did not enjoy quite as successful a season, since they vvon only five out of fifteen games but the boys deserve much credit. IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ Mr. Bednar Coach SDDHDMUIQ If BASKETBALL em sth XX X i Cheerleaders 0 U 1 O' . -s . N:- v:,.,.,,,..,:.1. X ., .,..v . PSX: 'E:5i5E2Es:1. " -"Q :gl .2133 ' 1521, fi: .,... 1 it --:-1-....: v.v. .v.v. . I 191-l7AAA i f IQEFLECTDIQ "In the N.W.C. tennis meet last fall, Virginia Cun- ther played singles and Fran- ces Tracy and lean Rowe played doubles for the girls' section. Bob Aldrich was sin- gles' player and Dean Lind- strom and Bob Mariner made up the doubles' team for the boys. Kathryn Burgland and john Burns were alter- nates. live found that ten- nis is the one activity where back handed tactics are applauded," TENNIS X sxwsxcxgggigisgs , AAA' . K C I V Q X g P .K r Hsin-' 'TTS' E76Wi"f??Q'l':i"f:' STSQTW' 'fl'5'E'? Top Picture: john Burns, Bob Aldrich, Bob Mariner, Dean Lindstrom. Bottom Picture: Virginia Gunther, jean Rowe, Kathryn Burgland, Frances Tracy. This year was the second time that G, l-l.S. was repre- sented by a tennis team in the Northwest Conference. ln the fall, after much elimination, the final team went to the conference meet at Kewanee on October l7, The team, as a unit, won second place and individual honors went as follows: Vir- ginia Gunther, second place in girls' singlesg Bob Aldrich, second place in boys, singlesg and Bob Mariner and Dean Lindstrom, third in doubles. On lvlay B, a boys' team went to the District meet in Canton. The same three boys played here who played at Kewanee and won first place and then proceeded to represent Calesburg in the State meet in Champaign on lvlay l4 and l5. wl5?i"v?fr?ftksT?f??Tf5' ' 7'7"f' '1WfE????f 5rflf 1 PHE? GOLF Chester Roate, Ed Roberts, Bob Howe, Dale Sarver. CROSS COUNTRY Top Row E. Porter, M. Vancil, B. Wager, H. Winters, R Levmberg, R. Sundquist, Mr. Brooking. Bottom Row: U. Roll, I. Seward, R. Allen, E. Burrell, D MOFYISSEY, E. Nelson. Colt is becoming more popu- lar each year as a conference sport. The team of four players composed of one sophomore, one junior and two seniors, placed fourth in the conference meet which was held at the Aledo Country Club on October lO. With two veterans returning next year, a good team is expected The Northwest Conference added to its list of extra-curricular activities, cr-oss country. The conference meet was held at Calesburg and under the tutelage of lvlr. Brooking, C. l-l.S, won the meet. The team also attended two invitational meets in which they were victor in both, These meets completed a successful and undefeated season. IXIXIXIQQIT DEFLECTDD "One day after Butch and l played golf, the C. l-l. S. golf team came out to prac- tice and we had replaced so many divots that they had to go home. All of which leads up to the altogether disconnected thought that we boys go to a tee to drive oft while the girls drive off to a tea, Our golf team placed fourth while our alma mater's cross country team maine tained a perfect record." GULF y cnoss couiwrny f f W Z W f..a:Ea.5.w,, I 4.0 , -2 ir.:--1 f X X g Z an 5 'Y 1 WCA 1 l 2 1 A ' -4 I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ GIIQ LS' BASKETBALL .... , .,... . Al, ,.:,.1..fQ,,,., ., .Mr ,sQv,M.:.M.,,. ,,,.. . . 'ax 2 X 15 X: - gs - "" ir J ::. ., tix XS X Xxx W X X Q X x -"- 'V ,....,. EE: ....I. Q.f"f": NS: . . . fig, same principle . . taking vw y , U ' fix X mlerext. .. .,..,, f Q Willie has observed that in banking or basketball ,vuccesr depends on the It seems that members ot the fairer sex are more than tair vvhen it comes to basket- ball, Their games are open to girls only but a great deal ot tun is derived trom their contests, many of which are tast and excit- ing. There are some torvvards who would give the boys a good race in basket shooting, Advisory tournaments are held to decide the vvinners ot each class and then a tinal game to decide the vvinner ot the tournament. Advisory ll3, vvith Theresa Wilson as captain, vvon the sophomore championship and advisory 225, cap- tained by Ruth Lozier, vvas the vvinner ot the junior advisories, The senior advisory 230, under the leadership ot l-larriett Tulin, vvas the victor ot the seniors and also ot the entire tournament, The club tournaments proved to be ot great interest as all clubs had strong teams but the Annies under C ptain lvlarion Thoureen vvon tirst place. ' rw A 3 sg 'gifs 5713 fat! ,Sit a 2128: 5 ,gag F: 3? 3,522 Ei, A1443 3 tg,-.,,f ,W A S T bdqm 2 if Tlx T T T kt T 'ti ,U rt 56 tb4:4f:lg25Qit lbTsE3TTQdQ5i9,wT ltflnl Wk fr T l' H if? kbgmgdfl as Q " P 5 ,I ::Wf"f ' ws. - sb, pig ww!-, ri?-a',,' .1. 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S. mermaids , 'Kswam to conquerfl Among the most famous of our human fish are Ruth Lozier and Kathryn Blecker who are very adept at rhythmic crawls. Little Lisa Elphick is proficient at front and back jacks and they arenlt flab jacks either, When it comes to a good all around swim- mer 'Cinnyu Gunther is first and her strokes have real speed. Barbara Oestreicher is our "Katie Rawls" with her under water swim and when it comes to the side stroke, leanne Carver is the choice. Qur watery hall of fame also contains numerous other "splashers" and divers, namely: Annabelle Craft, Kathleen Owens, and lvlary l-lazen, Their chief joy in life is to don a bathing suit, dive in and streak up and down the bool just for the fun of it, ln other words we canlt resist saying that there is nothing like a good swim to whet the appetite. Willie has :een that many a girl has a sink IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ GIIQLS' SWIMMING X ing .vensatzon wlzen a lxf - 11.1.55 5a1'er': at band, Hg- s: gulr I .,...... . 153 svn . "fi-X'-. 35 fin s? 49 ..., ::.s:L2253" ' rg,-A '?'2fg.5L1,'51 .. - 7 f a 9 It xzfvm-fs -,fggl -we ,wr-iid. t,,1.- . , . ,, , , . M . , fair- ' f r- me ' fa-ae:-" 'fzl2.:i.'z1:92'-':k.f'xta'..,3.142.J22Qtaa'2i -"" s2i44l'.3gvi2:AsKQrQ 1" 'wf:fES.f:i 1.""i" A" I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTUIQ Mr. Gillespie Coach TIQACIY 1 ,,', . -' - iii ..,.,. A X et l . ,,,...... Q ..,. A':Al N i -5 .ga ex N my - "' in e x ' fa .. it" H. Luudeeu, and Seward. TRACK RECORDS The top picture at the left is of the three senior let- tcrmeu on the track squad. These triplets dtd sextuplets since each man handled two events. They are: Hardine, 50 Yd. Dash-Shavyler, l934 ..........,........................,..., ........ 5 .6 sec. l00 Yd, Dash-T. Mvmrphy, l932 ............,.,.,. ......... l 0.l sec. Pole Vault-l.. DeWitt '35, O. Dutton '33 ......... .........,....,.,..,., l 2 tt. Mile Run4Schroeder, l926. ,.... .......,.........,. . 4 min. 36 sec. Shot Put-Howard Lundeen, l937 ........ 4.4..... 4 9 tt. 9V2 in lavelin Throw-R. Scott, l935 .,...,..... .....,.......... l 69 tt, 440 Yd. Run-N. l-lorton, l935... ...,.,... 5l,8 sec. l-ligh lump-l. Doyle, l935 ,............, .,,.,.,.. .,...... 5 t t. l0 in, l20 Yd, l-ligh l-lurdles-l. Tulin, l933 ..,...., ........... l 5.3 sec. Discus Throw-Howard Lundeen, V935 ...,..... .,......,........... l l7 tt, 880 Yd. Run-C. Lester, l937 ........,.....,... 2 min. l,2 sec. Broad lump-lack Doy'e l936 ........ .,......,,. ,... .,,.,, 2 l f t. 9 in, 200 Yd. Low l-lurdles-K. P-lardine, l937 .....,.... ...,.... 2 3.2 sec. l-lop, Step and lump-l-l. Smith, V926 ............ ...,,.,. 4 3 tt. 3 in. 220 Yd. Dash-T, Murnrphy, l932 ,,....4,.,,............,..........,...,,,............................. 22.4 sec. Mile Relay-P. Pruett, R Gunther, l. Tulin, M. Robertson, l933 ...... 3 min. 32.5 sec. l-lalt Mile Reley-T. Murphy, R. Klinger, W, Anderson, l. Tulin, i932 ,...... . ,...............,........., ..........,........,....,.,. ,......... l rn in. 33.6 sec. Two Mile Relay-Cederoth, l-l. Schroeder, l, Murphy, C Schroeder, l927 ,.,....,....................,........,.,..,............,...,.........,....., 8 min. 22,6 sec. Medley Relayil, Tulin, T, Murphy, Steele, R Klinger, l932 ....,........... 3 rnin. 45 sec, According to Willie, "In lrack it .sometimes take: a bead :tart to win a race by a fzairf, lO2 . -.Y, .-.-F-we,f.w-,rvtfp--ff--f-rywv-iW'wfv-1 -W 1 E . ,f,,f.,., , - M .WW 2 ,,....,,.s....,.-,,.....,:,.,,J,,.. . .. .. Ages.-11' . u 4- , I ., +,,'.,,:,., ,, , , . --Y 4 -f---ft V-To rv-. Ar-1-f..,...., ,WW . ,.... .0 ., v-...Tv,..,,-. ,w X ,Yv ., ,...,,-,. .,.:,,?,:.s,: ,F ,, ,,,Vr,T7T.5,5:, ,t -,J , V -1 - 5,3 f ff -V l v M - yu 4 W ,,. . Q. . , .. M, ,, 1 NJ , M ' ' i .15 ... 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I ,, , , ---1 f'-ff45"'k5 :S?'f?iA'f- 4 H , -714' Y 2..,,afr H1524 er sugewf wi'-59,12 'pin my r w ffl 103 f I IX IX IX 9 3 7 IQEFLECTU TO A SNOB Crvirrzarron harbors one bar- baric cuitorn yet You lwaugnrrly pretend that we have never met How can you be so biind as not to see I drorrt norrce that you drdrfr nofrce me? Eioise Tupper FEATUIQE -e" .4195 I 'f ..-- Nu XS X X .4- ffk N ,iii YQ t Af i fx MS if '4FWi5?ii. .'i7'F'7 '3hQi1,,t L, 4- Q , .vm vimw, K 3 in , -'-rs -raw ,rea-'wnv:. ,H iw , u 1 i-- iff -f it 1 fb .b 5 - A iw- . ,,,-,, ... . , ,. ,W , i.. r' " Jn N ., , ., ,, ,4,., ,...,, , . .. if A ,, ,, it , in h n 1 ew igifigf ' :ff,:gssJ,f1g.:,u 'rim Y .. ,.,, i ,, X. - . '15 75? rgwaiqfi5P'1'f?.'if'j'v:gv1giI 5-sa -'f rw. r.:2f:?f-M Ju 'f,1v'1',19f -f 'sf-Qi:-IQQA. J, 41111 at fg5:.f2',ya:gH:,gg,5:g' i tg: Q, ,yi '. N- ., ,,,, ,, w,,,,5TfJ1.t,i ,. f - qw ..,.-Q,-,- . r ..r, ,WN , , it H 6 HC . . X A. , kin. , -Nm I 9 3 7 X IX IX IQEIILECTCIQ CREATION Cod cut the night sky Out of great biack nothing- nessg He pinned it fast With a great thumb tack And sprinkied it thick With talcum dust, Eloise Tupper FEATUIQE I 5 W gb! 4 zif - . '5EE5: aff Vngv ' Q .,.4.,.,,..i,:, ,ii ,:,,. ,.: . . X nf ff-5133. ' 36' Q i 9' ' ' ' I' E7 fi 377frLfZ1'iii'u'fi li V' K E 517.51 ' fa.17gx,,3 1 ' Q - Q ,:55Qf.,Q:g Y 104 IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEIZLECTUIQ HOW LONG AGO How long ago Wiieri I stood on tipfoe And waved my hand and cried? Since then the years Have Eioiighi despairirig 'rears No hamokerciwiei iias dried Robert Billings 1 rn P -4 C U Hi 'XXQYXSEQW yi X' , XM - -1- .- xx as P' . ...,.., I ' . .,.. . XQQ, Viilfffk'--a xxx X SSN -' RSX - NS- ' - l . aN,,N -- I I 0 - XS Na Q - 4 ZW.-J ff ,. W '40, ' X ! f ff 1 4 I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDID SATURDAY'S SHOPPING CROWD There's nothing quite so utterly mad As Saturdays shopping crowd, They push, they shove and they grab, They're ruthless, bad man- nered, and loud, Reaching tor bargains or whatever's to be had. To avoid this bunch, l've long sought a way, Why not go shopping on Friday. Crayce Wicall FEATUIQE sg v X Y t -3 ., .-.-1 5 ,,,,, ' if .,.. f' The The The The The The The The, The The The The COD'S WORK talling ot the raindrop, gathering ot the devv, stars that till the heavens, shining skies ot blue. golden-rod thatis svvayi vvind that makes them so, mightiness ot thunder, vvhiteness ot the snovv. T splendor ot the ocean, mountain peaks so grand, beauty ot the sunset, beach ot golden sand. Forever could l vvrite TREES IN SEASON Ot sea, and sky, and sod, Tall, gaunt soldiers Line the village street With arms outstretched The l-leavens to meet. Stalvvart Robinhoods Dressed anevv A Wake up each morn Bathed in dew. Whispering ladies ln eltin green Spread o'er all A leaty screen. Dancing gypsies Drop their mantles dovvn Coloring the earth Red, orange, and brown. Virginia lvlae l-lughes But ot one thing vve are certain, They're allthe vvork ot Cod. Evelyn lohnson IX IX IX IX ios RAILROAD Two lines running Side by side from l-lere to there from Now to then, and Always staying The same distance From each other Running, running- At right angles To these lines there Lie the cross ties Always staying The same distance From each other Crossing, crossing- Cross ties groaning To their neighbors- I X IX IX ITX Farther on a Man is standing. Eyes are staring At two cross ties And two teet have Planned to hit them Even though they Know that it the lump is timed just Right they will not lvleet those cross ties Ever ever- Paper boys are Calling extras: lvlan who tailed is Killed by tast trainl Extra! Extral Strange that when a Man was nearing Death, he'd plan so Carefully just Where his teet would lvleet those cross ties Never never. Carolyn Wilson IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEFLECTDIQ LINES TO A CRAPEFRUIT Yellow, smooth, and round, This pugnacious riddle- On the morning menu found Sliced straight through the middle. Sprinkled white with sugar sweet- Spoon held in the hand Reservoirs ot fury wait Back of tranquil dams! Robert Billings FEATURE lkxx ,uvvv vrrsrrrrri cicittri 2"l I Illl avvs a ' fl' wg l,5y,5mW1.-,z,, www-4,5533w,,:71?g3w,X,.,.l.,g',-fx wail- ,X I 9 3 7 IX IX X IQEFLECTO LIFE Life is only just a dream, Still we sit and sclwemeg Life is such a lraglle llwlng Why' toy with it, When ifs all ready on a string? Helen Kussman FEATURE ' A l K' g,.x,: " :::1h f,-,F es? ' ' -'piss if ag N S N 1 ' 1'5'ff?aQ'i'fi l IX IX IXIQST IQEFLECTDIQ RHYTHM Tahtallzlhg notes here, Hauhtlhg flats there, Solitude and pleasure jumble-d all together, Rhythm and Swlhg. lohh Kelly FEATIJIDE QR, ' 'Y-fI,, -311 v t I in X . .tlt. H f llltt H h N f:2,-- l :::" I .l,. l ttlu' -tl' 109 ll ,. '51, f, A wr, , ... I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECTDIQ DAY DREAMS A bed of green velvet, A ceiling ot blue, A few happy hours With nothing to do But set sail in a dream boat With sails made of satin, Gather charm from the Orient And din from Manhattan, Glenola McClure FEATURE I i'r' sup fl I , ii,,..-V- N i Xl ..:5:efl" N 53 X ,T X ' A N I A Ahnls THE SINGER Death sat with a boy regarding the stars. The young boy sang, hisiguitar on his knee, Ot Marie, ot the stars, ot Marie, ot Mariel And the stars came down to the silver strings And danced in vibrant knowledge ot things. And the sweet sad heart ot the singing boy Ran out from his lips in love ancl joy. "The silver stars and thee, lvlarie, lvlarie, Marie, and thee, ancl thee." l-le stopped. Along with his melody Another sang, "Thee, and thee, and thee." And the stars bounded back to their place in the night, As the strings slipped silent to watch their tlight. And a cold song sang in a minor key "And thee, and thee, and thee, and thee." Death sat alone regarding the stars. l-le struck with his hand the starless strings Ancl wondered after the knowledge ot things, And emptiness surged in the chill ot his wings' Carolyn Wilson HOBBIES Did you ever try to recollect The articles that tolks do collect? There's cats, dogs, pictures, and stamps, Coins, antiques, and even lamps. I know of some folks who collect books, Salt shakers, sea shells, or fancy hooks, lt's funny, the things that some folks dog But, no doubt, you have a hobby, too. Marion Sauter IX IX IX IX IIO SILENT STORY Twisted sea-Icelp on the sand- Broken water-shell near at hand- All that remains in the morning light Ot the quarrel the sea had with her spouse last night. Tis an ancient story not often told, I-low the sea and the wind were mated ot old, I-low idyllic they were in their love, Until the appearance ot Viodoe. She was a moon-maiden out on a spree, And th e wind, when he saw her, wished he were tree. But caught by intangible chains I-le could seek her love only in vain. lVlary lVIcClanahan REIVIINISCENCES OF A CAT While rummaging through the sewing room, What do you think I found? The tunniest little wooden thing With white stuft wound around This white stutt seemed, at least to me+ The skinniest string in town, And before I had it all undone. I was jumping up and down. I was tangled here, I was tangled there, However I turned, 'twas wrong, Oh, next time I tind a spool ot thread l'll leave it where it belongs. Louise Webster IX IX IX IX in IX IXSIXSI Q 3 7 IQEIZLECTUIQ OARM ENTS Spring is arriving in garments of green, Old Winter is gone-now Springs the queeng Daisies and violets are jewels for her crown, Green leaves and rosebuds adorn her sweet crown. Patricia Rogers F E AT U IQ li 7 -. ,.W,7 M f , W I v WW 7 , if , W ig fy 45 X' - , jig f I yfjff Q mg ff 2, y J. LW f 1 X , , I if V' A x iv ,lf K K, ,L ., V ,mli.i, E ,vii ., iw. A, J 1- ,, .,i:. fy-. -I: -V vflfwgzglf A I f X g' .f I 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLECT ff . .-1 gi ,v Y . I V4 A AN ODDlTY A llttle pet poodle and sm amgora Cal- A "meow" and a l'wOol" and rlwey're unto a spat. lt's queer and ifs stramge, and mfs really qulte Sad But some people are almosl as bad Rosamond Graham FEATURE . K. N. Q X gm 5:-f xai X Ni . - H f' X l l Q 1 1 S l l T'-P, 2. .- .::' ' 13:25 X else 1 X155 sa - ' S K n " ""':w':' - Hifi" 4 ff," ffl- "0 is , 'NT 1.53 ' .IW "?: iii.,-1 ' ' M - ' " H N155' .rl P V ' ?'1"f'f7 if 'H 'Md75VQ7k, Afxvim '. 7 . 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A GIRL MET BOY V thought he was sweet 'When hrst we drd meet, But now I have changed my mind, At the dance-oh, yes-- sweet, 'Til he stepped on some feet, Amd these, as it happened, were mine, ,, Louise Webster FEATU Time! : ,. . Q , , EZJ . 11 I x S15 ' 5355: e - ,. ' ' ":lf7'f. - A Q n x Q -:5QmX.g L " 4 Q , , .. .ek. . X 3. ::5.r2?:'f1?3:E1ff'E.:iffff - ,, 14' X .' N X 0 Q4 09 N xx xX rV"i 35 W m,.fs4 X- ::" 1 I I X 3 N ,M X X XX .A A X ,, ii! X ,ffspl 9 1 N X .1 5 x 'pw 4 ,xnvi g ew 32 :n w H3 441 LSL. Cs.Q..1.4 ' .Ji J1'11iu-245.56 Hawaii'-'F -1:LVxh .f sw .fs i f- EEhEf:.72:Ti"E?T , -.., .. .. V., ,.- - ' 9 3 7 IX IX IX IQEIELECTUIQ A KISS He kissed her gently, 'tvyzs such fum He klssed her by the hour. Bur he was lust the great warm sun And she, a wee spring Hovver, Heleh Kos? DUSK The stars are out The moon is high The fleecy douds Co swwffly by. Virgmma MCCombs FEATUDE gl I ' Y 2 5 yy , .1 1 S ? , X X X A x, X , 'A ix. X, 7 f in A e T' f W, , fm 'SYISF' X . 'Qu In T W' N ..-,- W V , a,,,,., -f JN Y V W . Q x L A .A A 'K 5 g ff, Q' 4,3 ' 4, if X Kgs? if '12- - Q- .. ...,,,.., ..y.k. . .,NX.,i'1 If 1 2.: 4 V in T1 'ffj51l:Ji.'f'lQ' V ' T 1, , - 5 -few 5142 ,ii I I ' Y ' 4, ,J Q 9, w y , i if .gr E, ahi: 5.1.1. g-12-if ,. '- ' . -, if . grail-?:5'fF:1Z, wrt' -I-fx:7':':'9fxe E-is '.-f - ' ' ,- 1 ,- r-'F ' IX IX IX I 9 3 7 IQEFLECTUIQ THOUGHTS Once I saw a Castle Upon a cloudy tier, l saw the bold knight Lancelot And Lady Ouenivere, I heard the clash ot armor, The jester's witty jokes, l saw King Arthur's Table Round Alive with merry blokes, But then my castle toppled, The clouds? They disap- peared, The knights were mere illusions, And so was Cueniyere, Russell Swise FEATURE X jf f I 5 : f, . ' 1 ' I Q 3 7 IX IX IX IQEFLEC CLUI3 DFFICIEIQS AMERICAN First Term President-John Hart Vice-President-Charles Morss Secretary-Charles Stewart Sergeant-at-Arms-John Berry Second Term President-Floyd Moser, Jr. Vice-President-Robert C. Shaw Secretary-Lyle Albro Sergeant-at-Arms-Bill Mundy ANALOTOS First Term President-Marion Thoureen Vice-Pres.-Betty Mae Holmquist Secretary--Jeanne Garver Treasurer-Dorothea Hallas Sergeant-at-Arms-Frances Gross Monitors-Betty Wirt, Rosemary Creighton Historian4'Margaret M. Johnson Second Term President-Betty Mae Holmquist Vice-President-Harriett Tulin Secretary-Jeanne Garver Treasurer-Grayce VVicall Sergeant-at-Arms-Helen Tulin Monitors-Lorayne Frickey, Helen Stoerzbach Historian-Kathryn Davison Third Term President-Grayce VVicall Vice-President-Dorothea Hallas Secretary-Betty Mae Holmquist Treasurer-Harriett Tulin Sgt.-at-Arms-Geraldine Moore Monitors-Maribelle Koons, Shirley Johnson Historian-Helen Tulin BOYS' COLLECTORS First Term President-Dick Brown Vice-President-Wayne Findahl Secretary-Bob Mower Treasurer-Russel Hood Sgt.-at-Arms-Ray Hagerstrom Second Term President-Wayne Findahl Vice-President-Dick Moeberg SecretaryfFred Emery TreasurerKRay Hagerstrom Sergeant-at-Arms-Bob Hale Third Term President-Maynard Binge Vice-President-Bob Mower Secretary-Chauncey Kenny Treasurer-Richard Ryberg Sergeant-at-Arms-Harlo Carlson BOYS' SCIENCE First Term Presirlent-Dail Bowman Vice-President-Bob Bromberger Secretary-Clifford Heller Treasurer-Herbert Willer Sergeant-at-Arms-Roland Nelson Second Term President-Lawrence Witherbee Vice-President-Henry Philleo Secretary--Dale Nelson Treasurer-Dale Birdsall Sergeant-at-Arms-Robert Hunt Third Term President-Ted Szerlong Vice-President-Donald Dulaney Secretary-Charles Swank TreasureriLaVerne Maxwell Sgt.-at-Arms--Warren Unzicker CASTALIAN First Term President-Lucille Bruner Vice-President-Gladyce Park Secretary-Martha Jean Crabtree Second Term President-Velma Ransom Vice-President-Lola Comstock Secretary-Martha Jean Crabtree Third Term President--Velma Ransom Vice-President-Lucille Bruner Secretary-fBetty Lou Snyder ELIZABETHAN First Term President-Jean Rowe Vice-President-Virginia Parsons Secretary-Harriott Felt Treasurer-Florence Dexter Sergeant-at-Arms+Frances Tracy Monitors-Mary Stuart, Mary VVoo'lsey Historian-Louise VVebster Second Term President-Harriott Felt Vice-President-Kathryn Burgland Secretary-Frances Gehring TreasureriJeanne Peterson Sgtfat-Arms-Ida Anne Stambaugh Monitors-Mary Jean Franken- burger, Louise Little Third Term President-Kathryn Burgland Vice-President-Helen Kost Secretary--Margaret J. Johnson Treasurer-Virginia Lauer Sgt.-at-Arms-Mary Jean Frank' enburger MonitorsfGrace Nesbit, Annabelle Craft V FRANKLINS First Term President-Harold Nelson Vice-President-Arnold Kemp Secretary-Bill Levinson Treasurer-Bill VVest Monitors-Charles Guthrie, Marc Peterson Second Term President-VVebster Gehring Vice-President-Hod Lundeen Secretary-Edward Johnson Treasurereliill West Monitors-Rolland Brooks, Bill Haight Third Term President-Hod Lundeen Vice-President-Bob Linrothe Secretary-Robert Collier Treasurer-Teed Hendricks Monitors-Robert Thorne, Max Lawrence GIRLS' SCIENCE First Term Presirlent-Bernice Herman Vice-President-Marian Lindrothe Secretary-Virginia Mae Hughes Treasurer-Mary Louise Johnson Sergeant-at4Arms-Erma McClure Monitors-Margaret Thomas, Ruth Lozier Historian-VVanda Strawn Second Term President-Virginia Mae Hughes Vice-President-Ruth Mureen Secretary-Vivian Larson Treasurer-Barbara Burkhalter Sergeant-at-Arms-Marian Mureen, Mary Jane Saum Third Term President-Lucille Benson Vice-President-Vivian Larson Secretary--Frances Nelson Treasurer-Virginia Mae Hughes Sergeant-at-Arms-Fern Miller, Marian Mureen ILLINAE First Term President-Georgia Morrison Vice-President--Mardell Porter Secretary-Lois Durbin Sergeant-at-ArmsiEunice Pettit Second Term President-Bertha Ritchie Vice-President-Mardell Porter Secretary-Harriett Augerson Sergeant-at-Arms-Helen Mattocks Third Term President-Frances Sweborg Vice-President-Georgia Morrison Secretary-Darlene Burch Sergeant-at-Arms-Gladys Carl LAURIAN First Term President-Marguerite Anderson Vice-President-Carolyn Cordell Secretary-Eleanor Dunkle Treasurer-Sara Swagert Sergeant-at-Arms-Dorothy Johnson MonitoriEthel Hitchen Historian-Sara Swagert Second Term President-Marguerite Anderson Vice-President-Carolyn Cordell Secretary-Eleanor Dunkle Treasurer-Sara Swagert Sergeant-at-Arms--Dorothy Johnson Monitor-Ethel Hitchen Third Term President-Carolyn Cordell Vice-President-Marian Humphrey Secretry-Marguerite Anderson Treasurer-Mary Jones Sgt.-at-Arms-Mary Louise Lewis Monitor-Marthabel Avey LINCOLNS First Term President-Peter Brown Vice-President-Richard Hartley Secretary-Robert Allison Treasurer-John Burns Sgt.-at-Arms-Kenneth Hardine Historian-Charles F. Goldstone Second Term President-Karl Aldrich Vice-President-Richard Doyle Secretary-Robert Mariner Treasurer-Dean Lindstrom Sergeant-at-ArmsaJoseph Davis Third Term President-Robert Mariner Vice-President--Dean Lindstrom Secretary-John Burns Treasurer-Edmund Roberts Sergeant-at-Arms-James O'DonneIl POLYHYMNIA First Term President-Helen Shugart Vice-President-Myrletta Mahaffey Secretary-Calypso Poulos Monitors-Florence Gross, Doris Tederman Sergeantsat-ArmsfVivian Higgins Second Term President-Myrletta Mahaffey Vice-President-Vivian Higgins Secretary-Lucille Peterson MonitorshTelitha Mitchell, Marjorie XVitherell Reporter-Calypso Poulos Sergeant-at-Arms-Jessie Sargeant Third Term Presidenthlllarjorie Witherell Vice-President-Jean Harshbarger Secretary-Rosamond Graham Monitors-Faye Cunningham, Mariam Westberg y Reporter-qlloris Tederman Sergeant-at-Arms-Helen Shugart PROKORAMAS First Term President-Myrtleellen Ingles Vice-President-Helen Bergwall Secretary-Mary Jean Nelson Treasurer-Doris Durbin Sergeant-at-Arms--Eileen Becker Monitors-Lois Cook, Phyllis Bird Second Term President-Corinne Johnson Vice-President-Doris Durbin Secretary-Mary Jean Nelson Treasurer-Rachel Manworren Sergeant-at-Arms-Eloise Tupper Monitors-Dorothy Bayless, Edith Jones Third Term President-Doris Durbin Vice-President-Myrtleellen Ingles Secretary-Rachel Manworren Treasurer-Mary Jean Nelson Sergeant-at-Arms-Carroll Cills Monitors-Phyllis Freese, Verna Pease SENECA First Term President-Raymond Dickerson Vice-President-James Pitman Secretary-John Fulton Sergeant-at-Arms-Virgil Taylor Second Term President-James Pitman Vice-President-Donald James Secretary-VV. C. Jackson Sergeant-at-Arms-Paul Seyler Third Term President-Carl Bloomberg Vice-President-William Fuson Secretary-Everett VVinchell Sergeant-at-Arms-Booker Jackson SEQUOIA First Term President-Richard Allen Vice-President-Russell Johnson Secretary-Jack Seward Second Term President-Lawrence Swedluncl Vice-President--Bill Ryan Secretary-LaVerne Garman Treasurer-Bill Ryan THESPIAN First Term President-Clarabelle Brouhard Vice-President-Rubie Gibbs Secretary-NVinifred Van Drunen Monitor-Mae Elsie Duffy Second Term PresidentwClarabelle Bror .lard Vice-President-Rubie Gil vs Secretary-Winifred Van 5 ' .men Historian-Ferne Meyer Monitors-Mae Elsie Dui Mudd . Third Term President-Rubie Gibbs Vice-President-Eugenia Crapnell Secretary-Bette Smallwood Historian-Barbara Smith Monitors'-Sarah Worrall, Ada Danforth Darlene Il6 W Y YW WY, firm., Abrahamson, Leonard, 52, 67, 97 Adcock, Joe, 52, 74 Aitchison, Mr. John, 24, 96 Albro, Lyle, 62, 64, 116 Aldrich, Bob, 52, 74, 97, 98 Aldrich, Karl, 13, 26, 59, 63, 74, 116 Aldus, Mr. Harry, 23 Allen, Martin, 52 Allen, Patti, 52 Allen, Richard, 26, 78, 99, 116 Allison Bob, 42, 63, 74, 82, 116 Alvey, Dorothy, 42, 61, 68 Amison, Peggy Lou, 26, 61, 71 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Delbert, 42, 62, 77 Dorothy, 26, 60, 72, 73 Edwin, 42, 62 Ethel, 42, 61, 72 Miss Hazel, 21, 73 Mr. Joe E., 14 Anderson, Marguerite, 17, 18, 26, 60, 73, 82, 84, 116 Anderson, Miss Rachel, 23 Anderson, Raymond L., 52 Anderson, Richard, 52 Anderson, Shirley, 52 Anderson, Sybil, 42, 61, 68 Dickinson, Jean, 53 Andreen, Marian, 52, 76 Andrews, Shirley, 52 Arie, LaVerne, 52, 96 Armpriest, Leona, 42, 68 Armpriest, Lucile, 52, 61 Asbury, Lyle, 52 Asbury, Ruth, 26, 61, 75 Asher, Dorothy, 52 Atwood, Phyllis, 52, 69 Augerson, Harriett, 42, 61, 116 Austin, Lyle, 26, 60, 68 Avery, Eileen, 42, 61, 68 Avey, Marthabel, 26, 60, 73, 116 Ayers, Edwin, 42 B Babbitt, Jeanette, 42, 61, 73 Babbitt, Marcel, 42, 93 Babbitt, Miss Marjorie, 17, 20 Bainter, Kenneth, 52 Baker, Dorothy, 52 Baker, Lola, 26, 60, 72 Banks, Selma, 52 Barnes, Lois, 42, 60 Barnstead, John, 26, 59, 62, 67, 80, 81 Barrow, John, 52, 74 Barton, Forest, 42 Baudo, Mary, 42, 61 Baughman, Meredith, 52 Bayless, Dorothy, 52, 76, 116 Bayless, Harold, 42, 62, 67, 93 Becker, Eileen, 42, 61, 76, 116 Bednar, Mr. Charles, 21, 62, 97 Bell, John H., 26, 62, 70 Bell, Robert, 52 Belshaw, Miss Flo, 17, 24 Benson, Dorothy, 52 Benson, Gale, 42, 62 ' Benson, Lucille, 26, 61, 71, 82, 116 Bergstrom, Miss Frances, 23 Bergwall, Helen, 26, 61, 76, 116 Berntson, Elsie, 42, 61, 76 Berry, Edna Mae, 26, 60, 79 Berry, John, 26, 62, 64, 93, 116 Berry, Paul, 4-2, 62, 81 Bewley, Muriel, 42, 61, 75 Bewley, Nelson, 52 Billings, Robert, 18, 42, 59, 63, 70, 105, 107 Binge, 'aynard, 27, 62, 66, 80, Sl, 1 'x Binz C rl, 52 Bird, ' o, 52 Bird, yllis, 42, 61, 76, 116 Birdsa Betty, 52, 71 Birdsall, Dale, 27, 62, 67, 116 Bjork, Frances. 42, 61, 79 Blaine, Gerald, 42, 62 Blecher, Kathryn, 27, 61, 76 Blixt, Vernon, 52 Bloomberg, Carl, 27, 116 Bloomberg, Lillian, 52 Bly, Sylvester, 42, 62, 77, 81 ll7 Boaz, Forrest, 27, 62, 78 Bohan, Robert, 18, 27, 43 Bone, Robert, 82 Bonney, Robert, 43, 63, 67 Booth, Maxine, 52, 84 Booz, Della Mae, 27, 61, 73 Botruff, Richard Boughan, Gerald, 27, 77 Boughan, Harold, 52 Bowen, Dorothy, 27, 60, 68 Bowen, Elizabeth, 52 Bower, Clara, 43, 61, 68 Bower, Julia, 52 Bowers, Howard, 43, 62 Bowes, Arlo, 52 Bowles, Joanne, 52, 65 Bowman, Dail, 27, 67, 82, 116 Bowman, Merle, 52, 65 Boyd, Alice, 52 Boyd, Dorothy, 27, 61 Boyd, Mary Louise, 52 Boyd, Raymond Lee, 63 Boyd, Ruth, 52 Bradley, Ethel, 52 Brann, Lorain, 52 Brashear, Guy, 43, 70, 92, 94 Breedlove, Forrest, 27 Breedlove, Shirley, 52 Bright, Opal, 27, 68 Brodine, Jack, 27, 77 Bromberger, Bob, 43, 67, 80, 116 Brooking, Mr. Thomas, 25, 99 Brooks, Rolland, 27, 62, 80, 81, 116 Brouhard, Clarabelle, 27, 61, 79, ll6 Brouillette, Doris Jo, 27 Brown, Gordon, 43, 94 Brown, Harry, 43, 62, 77 Brown, James, 52, 70, 80, 81 Brown, LaVerne, 52 Brown, LeRoy F., 27, 62, 70 Brown, Margaret, 52, 65 Brown, Peter, 10, 13, 18, 27, 59, 63, 74, 84, 85, 116 Brown, 'Ray, 43, 63 Brown, Richard, 17, 18, 27, 63, 66, 116 Brown, Russell, 43, 62, 74, 93 Brown, Thelma, 43, 61, 79 Bruner, Lucille, 27, 61, 68, 116 Bruner, Marjorie, 52 Bryan, Jane, 16, 28, 60, 79 Bryant, Carroll, 43, 62, 78 Burch, Darlene, 43, 61, 116 Burch, Wiley, 52, 80 Burford, Beverly, 52 Burgett, Grace, 43, 61 Burgland, Kathryn, 10, 17, 18,28, 60, 69, 83, 98, 116 Burkett, Durwood, 52, 74, 96, 97 Burkhalter, Barbara, 10, 18, 28, 59, 60, 71, 80, 116 Burns, John, 16, 18, 28, 63, 74, 98, 116 Burrell, Ernest, 43, 63, 99 C Callahan, Dorothy, 28, 60, 73 Campbell, Betty, 52 Camren, Virginia, 43, 61, 73 Carl, Clarabelle, 52 Carl, Gladys, 28, 61, 72, 116 Carlberg, Jean, 52 Carlberg, Robert, 43, 66, 81 Carley, Rodney, 52, 74, 82, 97 Carlson, Agnes, 52 Carlson, Barbara, 52 Carlson, Bernece, 28, 61 Carlson, Bernice A., 43, 61, 68 Carlson, Charlotte, 28, 61, 68 Carlson, Dorothy, 43, 61, 68 Carlson, Gertrude, 43, 61, 75 Carlson, Harlo, 43, 63, 66, 116 Carlson, Jeannette, 28, 60, 76 Carlson, Marie, 28, 60, 75 Carlson, Philip, 28 Carlson, Robert, 43, 63, 78 Carlston, Dean, 52 Carlton, Margurete, 28, 61 Carmack, Lee, 52, 70, 81, 96 Carter, Carusi, Evelyn, 60, 68 Dick, 53 IX IX IX I Q 3 7 IQEIZLECT INDEX Case, James. 28, 62, 77 Catron, Elsie, 29, 61, 68 Catron, Florence, 53 Cecil, Dorothy, 43, 60, 72 Cederberg, Virgicline, 43, 60, 75 Chandler, Betty, 53, 65, 82 Chandler, Mr. Robert, 14 Chapman, Jack, 53 Chase, Floy, 43, 61, 68 Chinn, Frances, 29, 61, 68 Cills, Carroll, 43, 61, 76, 116 Clary, Margaret, 53 Clay, Eugene, 29, 62, 64 Clendenin, Edward, 43, 70 Cline, Barbara, 29, 76 Cline, Betty, 29, 72 Cline, Mary Alice, 53, 69 Clopine, Raymond, 29, 62, 81 Coatney, Robert, 43, 63, 95 Cobb, Alvin, 43, 63 Coe, Max, 95 Cole, Evelyn, 53 Cole, Maxine, 43, 68 Collier, Marian, 53 Collier, Robert, 29, 63, 70, 116 Comstock, Keith, 53, 66 Comstock, Lola, 43, 61, 68 Cook, Kenneth, 53 Cook, Lois, 43, 61, 76, 116 Cooper, Alta, 53 Cooper, Mary Frances, 53, 69 Corbin, William, 53 Cordell, Carolyn, 18, 29, 59, 60, 73, 116 Coughlin, George, 53 Courtright, Gracelilly, 53, 80 Cox, Miss Margaret, 15, 60 Cozad, Robert, 53 Coziahr, Elaine, 53 Crabtree, Martha Jean, 61, 68, ll6 Craft, Annabelle, 53, 69, 101, 116 Craft, Frederick, 29, 63, 74 Craft, Milo, 29 Crain, John, 53 Cramer, Marion, 43, 69 Crapnell, Helen Eugenia, 29, 60, 79, 116 Crawford, Mr, Harry, 15, 62 Creighton, Rosemary, 43, 60, 65, 116 18, 43, Crozier, James, 53, 66 Crump, Helen, 53 Culver, Helyn, 43, 60, 73, 82 Cunningham, Faye, 43, 61, 75, 116 Curless, Thomas, 43, 62, 67, 93 Curran, Virginia, 29, 61, 68 Cutler, Kathleen, 29, 60, 79 Cypreansen, Miss Clara, 23 D Dahlstrom, Florence, 53 Dalton, Mary, 43, 60, 75 Damberg, Mr. Roy, 17, 25, 59, 66 Damitz, Doris, 53 Danforth, Ada, 44, 60, 79, 116 Darnell, Rosetta, 44, 60, 68 Darrah, Duane, 53, 96, 97 Davies, Robert, 53 Davis, Genevieve, 18, 44, 60, 71 Davis, Joseph, 29, 62, 74, 80, 81, 90 Davis, Paul, 29 Davison, Kathryn, 29, 60, 65, 100, 116 , Dawson, Gale, 79 Derby, Dorothy, 53, 73 Dexter, Florence, 18, 29, 69, 82, 84, 116 Diaz, Ruth, 44, 61, 75 Dickerson, Bill, 16, 18, 29, 63 Dickerson, Raymond, 29, 62, 77, 116 Dixon, Betty, 53 Dobson, Lillian, 29 Dolinsek, Julius, 53 Dollinger, Fred, 53 Doran, Ruth, 53 Dowell, Frances, 53 Downie, Bill, 53, 70, 80 Downie, Tom, 29, 62, 70 Doyle, Dick, 17, 29, 63, 74, 87, 116 Driscoll, Carolyn, 44, 60, 65, 90 Duerre, Dolores, 53 Duerre, Stanley, 44, 63, 64 Duffy, Mae Elsie, 29, 60, 79, 116 Dugan, Betty, 53 Dugan, Robert, 59 Dugan, William, 30, 59, 78 Duke, Miss Marian, 25 Dulaney, Donald, 30, 62, 67, 92, 116 Dunbar, Virginia, 30, 60, 68 Duncan, Ralph, 53 Dunkle, Eleanor, 18, 30, 61, 73, 116 Dunlap, Dorothy, 53 Durbin, Doris, 30, 60, 76, 116 Durbin, Lois, 30, 60, 72, 116 E Eaves, Eloise, 30, 60, 75 Eccher, Betty Lea, 53, 65 Ecklund, Beverly June, 53 Ecklund, Curtis, 44 Ecklund, Mildred, 30, 60, 68 Egan, Miss Grace, 21 Ekstrom, John, 44, 81 Elphick, Lisa, 53, 101 Emery, Fred, 44, 59, 62, 66, 116 Emery, Lewis, 30, 62 Emstrom, Frances, 30, 59, 60, 80 Enes, Julia, 44, 60 Ennis, Ruth, 30 Ensley, Dorothy, 53 Eppsteiner, Margaret, 53 Erickson, Arlene, 53 Erickson, Carl, 44, 62 Erickson, Curtis, 30, 63, 67 Erickson, Frances, 30, 61, 72 Erickson, Marian, 53 Ericson, Duane, 30, 62, 70 Erlandson, Elfreda, 44, 60, 75 Erlandson, Phillip, 30, 63, 64 Ernst, Lillian, 53 Eyre, Robert, 44, 62, 74 F Fairbairn, Robert, 53, 74, 82 Farquer, Garvin, 53 Fell, Mildred, 53 71, 80 Felt, Harriott, 13, 16, is, 31, 60, 69, 116 Gustafson, Marjorie, 18, 45, 61, Felt, Walter, 44, 62, 67 Fey, Edwin Ceciel, 59, 62 Field, Barbara, 53, 65 Field, Clella, 44, Finley, Dorothy, 60, 71 53 I George, 46, 63, 70, 81 G Hendricks, Carl, 53 Findahl, Wayne, 44, 59, 66, 116 44, 61, 69 63, 70 61, 65 Firoved, Wilma, Flinn, ElRoy, 31, Flinn, Helen, 44, Flo'rer, Dale, 44, 94 Foertsch, Frank, 31, 62, 70, 96 Fones, Darlene, 53 Forstrom, Charles, 53, 66 Fortman, Gerald, 31, 62, 67 Fosburg, Richard, 31, 62, 78 Foster, Bettie Ann, 53 Foster, Eugene, 15, 31, 63, 64 Fox, Bettie, 53 Foye, Helen, 44, 60, 75 Frank, Ojie, 44 Frankeberger, Eugene, 44, 62, 70, 80 Frankenburger, Mary Jean, 18, 44, 60, 69, 116 Franz, Mary, 44, 60, 65 Freda, Thornton, 18, 44, 62, 74, 82, 83, 85, 92 Freed, Phil, 44, 62 Freeman, Mr. Ross, 24 Freese, Kenneth, 45, 59, 67 Freese, Phyllis, 53, 116 Frickey, Lorayne, 45, 60, 65, 116 Friend, Drusilla, 53 Frye, Margaret, 18, 31, 60, 71, 85 Fulton, Forrest, 45, 62, 96 Fulton, John, 31, 63, 77, 116 Fuson, William, 31, 77, 116 Gale, Mrs. Irma, 21, 68 Gans, Juanita, 53, 65 Gardner, Gerald, 53, 74 Gardner, Harold, 53, 74 Garman, La Verne, 62, 78, 116 Garrett, Louise, 45, 68 Garst, Mr. Harry, 21, 67 Garver, Jeanne, 31, 60, 65, 116 Gattermeer, Robert Lee. 62 Gehret William 77 y , Gehring, Frances, 15, 18, 31, 60, 69, 116 Gehring, VVebster, 18, 31, 62, 70, 82, 93, 116 Gibbs, Margaret, 53, 73 Gibbs, Rubie, 31, 61, 79, 116 Giberson, Frances, 31, 60, 76 Gibson, Malcolm, 31, 59, 63, 74 Gillespie, Mr. John, 23, 93 Gladfelter, Kenneth, 53 Glasco, Joe, 53 Glasnovich, Anthony, 53 Glass, Cynthia, 53 Glass, Mack, 53 Goedeke, Orville, 53 Goldquist, Dorothy, 31, 60, 75 Goldstone, Charles F., 18, 31, 63, 74, 116 Goodman, Stanley, 53 Gordon, Jean, 53, 69, 80 Gottrick, Eleanor, 45, 60, 68 Graham, Rosamond, 45, 75, 112, 116 Grant, Sara, 31, 60 Gray, Melvin, 53 Grider, Paul, 53 Griffith, Bille, 31, 60, 76 Grogan, Jimmie, 53, 80 Grogan, Roberta, 53 Grone, Walter, 53 Gustafson, Stanley, 53 Guthrie, Charles, 45, 62, 116 H Hadden, Rosemary, 53, 65 Hagerstrom, Ray, 45, 62, 66, 116 Haggenjos, Miss Carolyn, 25 Haggcnjos, Riley, 45, 62, 78, 93 Hagrelius, Florence, 32, 60, 79 Haight, Billy, 32, 63, 70, 116 Hale, Robert, 45, 62, 66, 116 Hall, Willa Bell, 53 Halladay, Richard, 53, 66 Hallas, Dorothea, 32, 60, 65, 116 Hallas, Helen, 45, 60, 65 Hamblin, Dorcna, 45, 61, 76 Hampton, Barbara, 53, 73 Hand, James, 53 Hand, LeRoy, 45, 62, 78, 92 Hanlon, Jack, 53, 97 Hanna, William, 53 Hanson, Mary, 45, 60 Haptonstall, Ethel, 53 , Haraldson, Robert, 53, 96 Hardinc, 'Kenneth, 18, 32, 62, 74, 95, 102, 116 Hardine, Russell, 45, 62, 74, 94 Harding, Edwin, 53 Harlan, Jud, 45, 59, 63, 74 Harmon, Alice, 73 Harnest, James, 53, 74 Hughes, Virginia Mae, 10, 19, 33, 59, 60, 71, 106, 116 Humphrey, Marion, 33, 61, 73, 84, 116 Hunt, Bessie, 54 Hunt, Reed, 33, 63, 74, 80, 81 Hunt, Robert, 45, 62, 67, 116 Hurbul, James, 54 K Kahler, Maxine, 54 Kanan, Rosalyn, 54, 69 Kelly, Eleanor, 54 Kelly, John, 46, 62, 109 Kelly, Kelly Owen, 34, 63, 64 Russell, 46 Husted, Miss Betty, 25 Hvarven, Claire, 54, 80, 81 Imel, Barbara, 45, 60 Ingles, Myrtleellen, 33, 61, 116 Ingram, Bob, 45, 62, 70 Irvine, Miss Ellen, 20, 79 I Jackson, Booker, 33, 63, 77, 116 Jackson, Fred, 45, 63, 81 Jackson, W. C., 33, 77, 116 Jacobs, Donald, 54 Jacobson, Art, 33 James, Donald, 33, 63, 77, 116 Janes, Fay, 54 Janes, Helen, 54 Jennings, Mr. E. E., 21 Jewell, Anna, 54 John, Florence, 45, 61 Johns, LeRoy, 41, 63, 77 Harris, Ruth, 53, 82 Harris, Mr. Verne, 25, 74 Harshbarger, Alice, 53 Harshbarger, Jean, 45, 60, 75, 80, 116 Harshbarger, Mr. Royal, 23 Harshbarger, W'ayne, 45, 62, 67 Hart, John, Hartley, Ric 32, 63, 64, 116 hard, 13, 17, 18, 32, Gross, Florence, 31, 60, 75, 116 Gross, Frances, 31, 60, 65, 116 Gross, Stanley, 53 Grossman, Rachel, 18, 32, 60, 65 Guenther, Harold, 18, 45, 62, 74, si, 92, 95, 97 Guenther, Robert, 53, 97 Glbnther, Virginia, 32, 60, 69, 81, S Gustafson, Leone, 53 63, 74, 83, 95, 116 Hast, Betty, 53, 81 Hatfield, Bernadine, 45, 61, Hawkinson, Olga, 18, 32, 61, Hawthorne, Stanley, 53 Hawthorne, Stewart, 53, 80, 81 Hayes, Marian, 45 Hays, Mr. Ervin, 23, 78 Hazen, Mary, 45, 61, 69, 101 Heimel, Charles, 45, 64 Heller, Clifford, 45, 59, 62, 67, 116 71 68 Hendricks, Claude, 54 Hendricks, Theodore, 32, 62, 70, 116 Hendrix, Shirley, 45, 60, 69 Herman, Bernice, 16, 18, 32, 60, 71, 116 Herndon, Leon, 54, 82 Higgins, Bertha, 54 Higgins, Vivian, 32, 75, 116 Highlander, John, 18, 45, 62, 74, 84, 85 Hilker, Miss Jeannette, 22, 76 Hinchliff, Joan, 54, 69 Hinchliff, hlr. Ray, 14 Hinchman, Mr. C. L., 14 Hitchen, Anne, 54, 73 Hitchen, Ethel, 32, 61, 73, 116 Hodson, Arlene, 54, 80 Hoffman, Dorothy, 54 Hoffstatter, Robert, 54 Hogan, Herschel, 45 Holcomb, Hazel, 45, 61, 75 Holloway, Robert, 45, 62 Holmes, Richard, 54 Holmquist, Betty Mae, 18, 32, 61, 65, 82, 116 Holst, Jack, 54, 67, 80 Hood, Russell, 32, 63, Hoots, Nellie, 45, 61, 75 Horney, Billy, 33 Horton, VVinona, 45, 61, 79, 100 Howe, Bob, 16, 18, 33, 63, 74, 99 Howe, Lynn, 54 Howe, Mac, 54 Hubbard, Clyde, 45, 63, 67 Hudgel, Kathleen, 54 Hughes, Lloyd, 54 , 81, 82 66, 116 Johnson, Bernyce, 54 Johnson, Bob, 54 Johnson, Catherine, 45, 61, 72, 100 Johnson, Clarence, 54 ' Johnson, Corinne L., 33, 61, 76, 116 Johnson, Corinne G., 46, 72 Johnson, Delbert, 46, 63 Johnson, Donald Edwin, 54 Jolmson, Donald Eugene, 54 Johnson, Donald L., 54 Johnson, Dorothy, 33, 73, 116 Johnson, Edward, 10, 16, 19, 33, 62, 70, 83, 84, 116 Johnson, Eric, 54, 74, 96, 97 Johnson, Erlyne, 54 Johnson, Evelyn, 46, 61, 79, 106 Johnson, Mr. Eugene, 21, 70 Johnson, Frank, 54 Johnson, Gerthrude, 46, 75 Johnson, Harry, 46, 63 Johnson, Helen, 33, 61, 71 Johnson, Ilah, 54 Johnson, Lois, 54, 73 Johnson, Marcel, 46, 63, 78, 81 Johnson, Margaret Jane, 33, 61, 69, 116 Johnson, Margaret M., 33, 61,116 Johnson, Marian, 46, 61, 75 Johnson, Marjorie, 54 Johnson, Mary Louise, 17, 33, 60, 71 Johnson, Miss Mildred, 23 Johnson, Miss Minnie, 25 Johnson, Paul, 54 Johnson, Pearl, 4-6, 61, 65, 80, 81, 82, 100 Johnson, Phyllis, 54, 73 Johnson, Robert C., 46, 78 Johnson, Robert L., 46, 63, 67, 81 Johnson, Robert V., 46, 63 Johnson, Roy, 33, 62, 64 Johnson, Russell, 33, 62, 78, 116 Johnson, Samuel, 46 Johnson, Shirley, 54, 65, 116 Johnson, Sumner, 46 Johnson, Thelma, 54 Johnson, Wayne, 54, 70 Jones, Edith, 54, 116 Kemp, 114 Kemp, 97 Kemp, Kemper, Kendric Arnold, 34, 63, 70, 81, Bob, 54, 70, 81, 82, 96 Harold, 34 k, Glenn, 54 Kennedy, Dorothy, 34, 61, 79, 80 Kennedy, Kennedy, Kennedy, Kenney, 116 Kerns, Kester, Kite, R Klein, Kling, Klott, Koffer, Koons Eleanor, 46, 75 George, 34 Ralph, 46 Chauncey, 54, 66, 80, Dwight, 54, 70 Paul, 54, 74, 80, 81 ichard, 54, 70 Dorothy, 54 Violet, 54 Violet, 54 Barbara Jean, 55, 69, 82 Maribelle 46 55 65 116 Koons: Marj6rie,'46, ,61, '71, 'ss Kost, Helen, 19, 34, 59, 60, 69, 114 Krahn, Lucille, 46 Krase, Robert, 34, 63, 64 Kussmann, Helen, 46, 61, 71, 108 L Lacky, Dale, 47, 63, 70 Lagergren, Mr. C. J., 14 Lamb, Arthur, 34 Lamb, Miss Flora, 22, 75 Lamb, Lilly, 47, 61, 72 Landon, Ned, 55, 59, 81 Landon, Mr. Roy, 25 Lannholm, John, 47, 63, 77 Lantz, Mr. Edwin, 25 Larimer, Robert, 55 Larson, Elsie, 55 Larson, Frances, 17, 34, 60, 71 Larson, Jack, 55 Larson, Martin, 33, 77 Larson, Vivian, 34, 61, 71, 116 Lauer, Virginia, 34, 60, 69, 116 Law, Kenneth, 47, 62, 81 Jones, Elmer, 46 Jones, Goldie, 33, Jones, Marguerite, Jones, Mary, 16, 19, 33, 60, ' 84, 116 Joneson, Lloyd, 54 Jordan, Shirley, 46, 60, 65, Josefson, Eugene, 46, 63, 66 Josephson, Max, 54, 66, 96 Judd, Jean, 46 Jurjevich, Katherine, 54 61. 68 46, 61, 75 73, 100 Lawrence, Max, 17, 34, 63, 70, 95, 116 Lawrence Ruby, 47, 61, 76 Lawver, Eleanor, 55 Leighton, Ethel, 47, 61, 72 Leighty, Betty, 34, 59, 60, 76 Leighty, Robert, 47, 63 Leonard, Earl, 55 Lester, Clarence, 55, 74, 96, 97 Leiter, Mary Jeanne, 34, 59, 60, 1 Levenberg, Ralph, 47, 99 Levinson, Curtis, 55 Levinson, William, 19, 47, 63, 70, 116 Lewis, Barbara, 47, 60, 65 Lewis, Mary Louise, 55, 73, 80, 116 Light, Billy, 63 Light, Robert, 63, 64, 82 Lind, Curtis, 47, 62, 64 Lindbloom, Constance, 47, 60, 73, 80 Linder, Frances, 34, 75 Lindgren, Esther, 34 Lindroth, Marian, 19, 35, 59, 60, 71, 84, 116 Lindstrom, Barbara, 55, 69 Lindstrom, Dean, 17, 35, 63, 74, 98, 116 Linn, Kenneth, 35, 62, 78 Linner, Louis, 55 Linrothe, Donna Mae, 55, 69 Linrothe, Robert, 35, 59, 63, 70, 82, 116 Lipes, Gladys, 55 Lipes, Ila, 68 Lipsky, Charles, 47, 62, 64 ll 70, 81 S 'x Little, Louise, 55, 69, 116 Lofgren, Mr. George, 14 Long, Eldon, 55 Lowry, Ruth, 55, es Lozier. Ruth, 47, 61, Dorothy, 47, 61, 71 82, 84, 71, 100 Lundeen, Lundeen, Frederick, 47, 70, 82, 92, 95 Lundeen, 95, 102, 116 Lundeen, John, 47, 63 Howard, 35, 63. 70, 93, Lundeen, Shirley. 55, 65 Lundholm, Frances, 35, 59, 60, 76 Lundquist, Orabelle, 47, 60, 65, 100 Lusk, Evelyn, 35, 61, 72 Luvall, Ruth, 47, 68 Lynch, Barbara, 47 Lynch, Patty, 47, 60, 76 M McCarthy, Geraldine. 47, 61, 72 lNIcCaugl1ey, John, 47, 63, 64 McClanahan, Mary, 19, 35, 59, 60, 69, 111 McClure, Erma, 47, 60. 71 McClure, Glenola, 19, 35, 61, 71, 110 McCollum, Billie, 81 McCombs, Virginia, 47, 60, 68, 114 McCullough, Eugene, 55, 67, 81 McGaughy, Bert, 47, 62 McGill, Dorthella, 35, 61, 68 McGraw, Margaret, 47 McKamy, Donald, 47, 62, 81 Richard, 35, 64, 92 McKay, McKee,f James, 47, 62, 74 Mills, Ralph, 55 Miner, Patty, 48, -6-0, 65 Oestreicher, Barbara, 49, 60 Ohlsson, Gunnard, 55 Olson, Bernice, 55 Olson, Dwight, 55, 67 Olson, Miss Helen, 20 Olson, John, 49, 62 Olson, Mae, 37, 61, 65 6 Osborne, Muriel, 49, 1, 68 Rehling, Mr. A. J., 24 Reid, Maxine, 38, 60, 65 Reimer, Betty, 56 Reimer, Marjorie, 38, 60, 79 Reinhold, Robert, 56 Reno, Hugh, So, 82 Renow, Doris, 56 Reser, Homer, 56 Mitchell, Dorcas, :fn Mitchell, Evelyn, 36, 61, 72 Mitchell Telitha, 36, 61, 75, 116 Moberg, Richard, 36, 59, 62, 66, 116 Motlitt, Miss Helen. 22 Monson, Ruth, 36, 61, 79 Moon, Lyman, 55 Moore, Bill, 55, 74, 82 Moore, Cora, 55, 69 Moore, Dolores, 55 Moore, Geraldine, 36, 61, 65, 116 Ostrom, Percy, 55 Owens, Kathleen, 49, 60, 101 Reynolds, Alice, 56 Rich, Mrs. Lucy, 21, 72 Riley, Edward, Riley, Fern, 56, Riley, Vaughn, 49, 70, 81 80 Gordon, 55, 96 McLain McLain? Marjorie, 47 McLain, Richard, 55, 70 McLaughlin, Don, 55, 66 McLaughlin, Nellie, 35, 61, 79 McMaster, James, 55 McMillion, Leonard, 55 McNeil, Mabel, 47, 60, 68 McVay, Harriett, 47, 60 Magnuson, Dorothy, 55 Malfgffey, Myrletta, 35, 61, 75, Mahoney, George, 55 Mallery, Dorothea Lee, 55 Malm, VValter, 47, 63 Manley, Ruth, 55, 80 Manworren, Rachel, 35, 61, 76, 116 Mariner, Robert, 13, 16, 19, 35, 63, 74, 98, 116 Marshall, Doris, 55 Marshall, Jeanne, 47, 60, 71 Marvin, Robert, 55 Mason, Jack, 19, 35, 63 Mason, Kenneth, 47 Massingail, Louise, 35, 61, 75 Mathers, Phyllis, 35, 61, 65 Mathewson, Robert, 47, 67 Mattocks, Helen, 47, 60, 116 Maxwell, LaVern, 47, 63, 67, 116 Mayhall, Alice, 35, 61 Mead, Franklin, 47, 63, 64 Mead, George, 48, 63, 78, 81 Meadows, Enid, 48, 60, 69 Meadows, Helen, 35 Meadows, Ralph, 55 Mealman, Sylvia, 55 Megginson, Geneva, 36, 61, 79 Melick, June, 36, 61, 73 Mercer, Jack, 63 Merrill, Dorothy, 48, 60, 71 Metz, Carolyn, 55 Moran, Dorothy, 48, 60, 72 Moran, Francis, 36, 63, 80, 81 Morris, Lester, 48, 63 Morrison, Bernard, 55 Morrison, Elizabeth, 48, 60, 71 Morrison, Georgia, 36, 61, 72,116 Morrison, Richard, 36 Morss, Morrissey, Charles, 36, 116 DeNVitt, 55, 99 Morss, Kenneth, 55 Mory, Charles, 48, 63, 64 Moser, Floyd D., Jr., 48, 64, 116 Moser, Miss Frances, 23, 65 Mower, Bob, 48, 63, 66, 116 Moyer, Mr. E. L., 9, 19 Mudd, Darlene, 116 Mudd, Kenneth, 55, 70 Mundy, Gordon, 48 Mundy, William, 48, 63, 64, 116 Munson, Ethel, 55 Munson, Leo, 55, 70, 81, 96 Mureen, Mr. E. XV., 14 Mureen, Marian, 55, 71, 116 Mureen, Ruth, 36, 61, 71, 82, 116 Mureen, Virginia, 55 Mustain, Rolland, 55 Myers, Betty, 48, 60, 65 Myers, David, 48, 74 Myers, George, 64 N Neeld, Sheldon, 48 Neilson, Eleanor, 48, 60 Nelson, Adria, 48, 60, 65 Nelson, Arline, 36, 61, 75 Nelson, Dale E., 67, 116 Nelson, Dalc A., 37, 63, 77 Nelson, Edsel, 55, 67 Nelson, Ernest, 37, 63, 64, 99 Nelson, Frances, 37, 61, 71, 116 Nelson, Genevieve, 37, 68 Nelson, Harlan, 48, 62, 66 Nelson, Harold, 19, 37, 62, 70, 82, 116 Nelson, Harriet, 55 Nelson, Jean, 48, 71 P Page, Leland, 49, 63, 67, 81 Page, Maxine, 37, 60, 65 Palmer, Alice, 55 Palmquist, Mary Jean, 37, 60, 68 Park, Gladyce, 37, 60, 68, 116 Parkinson, Dean, 55, 70 Parkinson, Robert, 55, 49 Ritchie, Bertha, 39, 60, 72, 116 Ritter, Francis, 56 Ritter, NVanda, 56 99 Roate, Chester, Roberts, Edmund, 16, 39, 63, 74, 84, 99, 116 Parks, Barbara, 55, 69, 82 Parks, Miriam, 49, 60, 69 Parmenter, Harry, 49, 63, 66 Parnell, Evelyn, 55 Parnell, Kathryn, 37, 60, 71, 82 Parsons, Virginia, 19, 37, 59, 60, 69, 116 Patterson, Juanita, 4 Paul, Claude, S3 Payne, Edith, 55 Peabody, Phyllis, 55 Peak. Patsy, 37, 60, 69 Pearson, Beulah, Pearson, Roy, 49, 63, 67 Pearson, XVillard, 55, 67 ' Pease, Verna, 55, 76, 116 Pendergast, Gene, 37, 62, 67 Pendergast, Robert, 55 Perardi, Miss Tressie, 25 Perez, Helena, 49, 60, 68 Perschnick, Bernadine, 55 9, 60, 68 Roberts, Ralph, 56 Robertson, Mac, 56 Robinson, Don, 56 Rodenliouser, Cleo, 56, 73 Rogers, John. 39, 63, 64 Rogers, Marie, 39, 60, 68 Rogers, Patricia, 56, 111 Rail, Elaine, 56 Roll, Ulmer, 56, 99 Ro-vt, Rolland, 39 Rose, Jeanette, 49, 61 Rosine, Mary, 49, 61 Rowe, Jean, 13, 16, 19, 39, 60, 69, 98, 116 Ruth, Richard A., 56, 74 Ruther, Lucille, 49, 61, 75 Ryan, Wilfred, 39, 78, 116 Ryberg, Richard, 56, 116 Ryin, Miss Sylvia, 20, 71 Peters, Dorothy, 49 Peterson, Blondelle, 37, 60, 65 Peterson, Donald, 37, 62, 70, 81 Peterson, Elmer, 55 Peterson, Elvira, 38, 60, 76 Peterson, Esther, 49, 61, 73 Peterson, Jeanne, 19, 38, 60, 116 Peterson, Lucille, 49, 60, 75, Peterson, Marc, 49, 82, 116 Peterson, Vincent, 55, 59, 74, 81, 84 Pettifurd, Samuel, 49, 59, 62, 66 Pettit, Eunice, 38, 116 Sabol, Dolores, 56 Samuelson, Pauline, 56 Sandberg, Russell, 56, 97 Sandburg, Mr. M. G., 14 Sandburg, Virgil, 49, 62, 77 Sandeen, Marjorie, 39, 60, 71 Sands, Robert, 49, 70, 95 Sandstrom, Frances, 39, 60, 65 Sargeant, Jessie, 49, 61, 75 Sargeant, Lloyd, 56 Sarver, Dale, 56, 70, 97, 99 Saum, Mary Jane, 56, 59, 71, 116 Sauter, Marian, 56, 65, 82, 110 Phmeo, Henry, ss, 63, 67, si, 116 Phillips, Mr. Gerald, 23, 94, 96 Phillips, Talbert, 55 Pihl, Ted, 49, 74 Sauter, Robert, 39, 63 Scannel, Harry, 49 Scholes, Harold, 56 Schultz, Bettye, 56, 76 Schurtz, Jack, 56 Scneder, Ruth, 56 Pitman, James, 38, 63, 77, 116 Poe, Donald, 55 Poole, Betty, 55 l"ople, Betty, 55 Porter, Edwin, 70, 99 Porter, Howard, Jr., 49, 62, 70, 81 Porter, Mardell, 38, 60, 72, 116 Poulos, Calypso, 38, 60, 75, 116 Powell, Audrey, 55 Powell, Maude June, 38, 60, 65 Predmore, Maxine, 38, 60, 79 Puckett, Dorothy, 55 Pumfrey, Clifford, 49 Pumfrey, Eleanor, 55 Scott, Jean, 49, 61, 69 Scott, Mary Lee, 56, 65 Searl, Islea, 56 Searles, Orlie, 56, 96 Secrest, Doris, 39, 60, 68 Secrest, Harold, 56, 59, 74 Seiberlich, Janet, 49, 60 Seifert, Edward, 56, 74, 97 Seiler, Mr. Frank, 24 Selander, Janice, 50, 61 Selk, Grace, 56 Sepich, Edith, 56 Sepich. Helen, 56 Severns, James, 56 Seward, Jack, 39, 63, 99, 102,116 Seyler, Paul, 50, 62, 77, 116 Meyer, Ferne, 36, 61, 79, 116 Meyer, George, 48 Meyer, Robert, 55 Miles, Theodore, 55 Miller, Betty, 36, 60, 65 ltliller, Fern, 48, 60, 71, 80, 82, 116 Miller, Harry, 55 Miller, Keith, 55 Miller, Raymond, 36, 70 Miller Rupert, 55, 67, 96 Mills,,Marna Jeanne, 48, 60, 71, 80 ll9 Nelson, Jess, 48, 63, 64 Nelson, June, 55 Nelson, Katherine, 55 Nelson, Lloyd, 48, 63, 93 Nelson, Marie, 71 Nelson, Mary Jean, 37, 61, 76, 116 Nelson, Richard, 48, 62, 66 Nelson, Roland, 48, 67, 116 Nelson, Rosalee, 55 Nelson, Vincent, 37, 62, 67 Nelson, Vivian, 55 Nelson, VV1lliam, 49, 63, 67, 93 Nemeth, Lilian, 49, 60, 72 Nesbit. Grace, 55, 69, 116 Newcomer, VVilbert, 49, 63, 70 Nicholson, Betty Lee, 55 Nickel, Miss Edna, 20, 59 Norburg, Maxine, 49, 60, 71 Nordhielm, Berndt, 55, 67 Norgart, Muriel, 19, 37, 61, 75 Norquist, Betty, 55 Norquist, Helen, 49, 60, 72 Norstrom, Gladys, 55 Nyman, Fred, 55 Nystrom, Mr. Alfred M., 14 Nystrom, Jane, 55 O Oakes, Mabel, 37, 61 Oberling, Lois, 55, 71 OConnor, Mrs. Louise, 14 O'Donnell, James, 37, 63, 74, 116 Q Quarterman, Clyde, 49, 77 Quarterman, Norma, 55 Quick, Mary Elizabeth, 38, 60, 71 Quiggins, Bernice, 55 R Raaen, Kermit, 49, 63, 64 Raaen, Ralph, 56, 81, 94 Ramirez, Eusebio, 55 Randell, Cecil, 49 Randell, Margaret, 49, 60, 73 68, 116 Ransom, Velma, 38, 60, Reagor, Robert, 49, 63, 64, 93 Reed, Abbie, 56 Reeves, Arlene, 56 Reeves, Freda, 38, 60, 75 Reeves, Le Clare, 56 Shafman, Henry, 56 Shamon, Martha. 56 Shaner, Ruth, 39, 60 Fharer, Dorothy. 39, 60, 79 Sharp, Ralph, 56, 74, 81, 97 Sharp, Roy, 56, 74 Shaw, Benjamin, 56, 77 Shaw, Bernard, 50 Shaw, Margaret, 56 Shaw, Robert C., 39, 63, 64, 116 Shiw, Robert D., 50, 77 Sheeley, Clifford, 50 Sheeley, J. Dale, 56 Sheldon, Mrs. Florence, 22 Sherman, Elizabeth, 56, 71 Showers, Shugart, Simmons, Simmons, Marjorie, 50, 60, 65 Helen, 39, 60, 75, 116 Donald VV., 56 June. 50, 79 Simons, Richard, 50 Simpson, Miss Violet, 25 Sims, Paul, 50, 67 Skidmore, Margaret, 39, 60, Slack, Dorothy, 56 Slaven, Mr. Prince, 22, 64 Sloan, Orlo, 39, 62 Smallwood, Bette Lou, 39, 79, 116 Barbara, 60, 79, 116 Bernard E., 56 Mr. Charles, 21 Helen, 50, 61 James, 41 Smi.h, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Jean, 56 Smith, Marian, 56 Smith, Smith, Snaps, Snavv, Paul E., 56 Robert, 50, 62, 74, Harry, 39, 63, 74 William, 56, 74 Snodgrass, James L., 57, 66 Snook, Lillian, 57 Snook, William, 78 Snyder, Betty Lou, 39, 60, 116 Somsag, Mildred, 50 Sowder, Dorothy, 57, 69 Sperry, Mary, 57 Stackhouse, Betty, 50, 60, 75 Stake, Dorothy, 39, 61, 75 Stambaugh, Ida Anne, 50, 60 84, 116 Starr, William H., 57, 66 Stegall, Bernice, 19, 40, 61, 82, 100 Stegall, Frances, 57 Stephens, Grace, 57 Stephens, Mary Jane, 50, 61, 82, 100 Stern, Gladys, 50, 61, 79 Stevens, Lester, 50, 62 Stevenson, Leslie, 50, 61 Stewart, Charles, 40, 63, 64, Stewart, Lois, 50, 61, 80 Stickle, Miss Ruth, 21 Stickney, Elizabeth, 19, 50, 69 Stillian, W'anda, 50, 61 Stivers, Loretta, 57 1 72 60, 102 68, 69, 65, 65, 116 61, Swagert, Sara, 19, 40, 59, 60, 73, 116 Swallow, Gene, 51, 62, 74,95,102 Elizabeth, 40, 61, 79 Alice, 57, 71 Swanberg, Swanson, Swanson, Charlotte, 40, 61, 72 Swanson, De NVayne, 57 Swanson, Swanson, Robert Charles, 57 Robert Lee, 57 Lorraine, 57 Swanson, Sweborg, Frances, 40, 60, 72, 116 Swedlund, Lawrence, 51, 62, 78, 116 Swinton, Mr. VVayne, 21, 77 Swise, Russell, 19, 51, 70, 95, 115 Szerlong, Ted, 19, 59, 63, 67, 85, 116 ,, Swank, Charles, 57, 67, 82, 116 T Tabbone, Jennie, 57 Tabbone, Mike, 57 Taber, Beth, 57, 73 Tapper, Raymond, 57, 97 Tate, Frank, 51, 67, 81 Tayler, Eugene, 40, 61' Taylor, Herschel, 51 Taylor, Virgil, 40, 63, 77, 116 Tederman, Doris, 40, 60, 75, 116 Tennery, June, 17, 19, 40, 60, 69, 84 Terry, Miss Grace, 25 Theobald, Philip, 57, 96 - Thomas, Charles, 57, 66, 96 Thomas, Margaret, 51, 61, 71 Thomas, Mary Jane, 51, 61 Thompson, Betty, 57, 73 Thorne, Robert, 40, 63, 70, 116 Thoureen, Marion, 13, 19, 40, 61, 65, 80, 100, 116 Thurman, Arthur, 40, 63 Thurman, Doris, 40, 61, 73 Tingley, Portia, 51, 60 Tingley, Ruth, 57, 100 Tinsley, William, 54, 66 Tolbert, Margaret, 57, 69, 81, 100 Tomlinson, DeLene, 51, 61 Tonkin, Darlene, 51, 76 Stoerzbach, Helen, 57, 65, 116 Stoneking, Edward, 57, 66 sions, Harold R., 57, 70, 96, 102 Strasburger, Babette, 40, 61, 69 Strawn. Wanda, 19, 50, 61, 71, 80, 81 Stringer, Kathleen, 50, 72 Strong, Dale, 40, 63, 64 Struble, Roy, 57, 81 Stuart, Mary, 50, 61, 69, 85, 116 Stuckey, John, 57 , Sullivan, Lorraine, 50, 61, 68 Sundquist, Richard, 50, 64, 99 Suydam, Dorothy, 57, 81 Toole, James, 57, 96 Tracy, Douglas, 40, 63, 67 Tracy, Frances, 17, 19, 41, 60, 69, 98, 116 Tracy, Virginia, 57, 69 Traff, Virgil, 57, 96 Trebbe, Eugene, 57 Treffer, Brough, 57, 81, 96 Trout, Hurlene, 57, 81 Trulson, Marjorie, 57, 76 Tulin, Harriett, 19, 41, 61, 65, 100, 116 Tulin, Helen, 41, 61, 65, 100, 116 Tupper, Eloise, 19, 51, 60, 76, 82, 85, 103, 104, 116 Turnbull, Jack, 57, 70, 97, 102 Turner, Lila, 57, 73, 82, 100 Turpin, Evelyn, S7 U Uhlmann, Howard, 51, 62, 66 Underwood, Donald, 57, 66 Unzicker, Vlfarren, 41, 63, 67, 93, 95, 102, 116 Upton, Howard, 57, 70, 97, 102 V Vancil, lliark, 51, 63, 77, 99, 102 Van Drunen, Winifred, 41, 61, 79, 116 Van Etten, Nelson, 51, 62 Van Gieson, James, 57, 85 Vestal, Ruth, 41, 60, 72 Vitali, Louis, 19, 51, 82, 95, Voeller, George, 57 Vondelo, Evelyn, 41, 61 Von Langen, Herman, 51, 62, 70, 81, 102. 102 W Wagher, Berneice, VVagher, Dale, 57 Wagher, Dean, 57 Wagher, Richard, 57 51, 99 41, 61, 68 Wager, William, Wagle, Ruth, 57, 76 Wagner, Ida, 51, 61, 72 Wainright, Harvey, 57, 70, 96 Waldron, Robert, 57, 97 Wallace, Paula Lou, 51, 61, 71, 80, S1 Walters, Walton, W'asson, Watson, Jeanette, 51, 61, 76 Watson, Wlatters, Watters, Weaver, Eugene, 51, 63, 67 James, 51, 62, 67 Helen, 57 Mildred, 57 Ilah, 51, 61, 72 Medill, 41, ss, 77 Robert, 16, 41, 63, 70 Webb, Hortense, 57, 100 Webber, Leo, 51, 62, 78 Webber, Virginia, 57 Weber, Robert, 41, 63, 67, 80, 81 Webster, Esther, 57 Webster, Louise, 19, 51, 59, 60, 69, 84, 111, 113, 116 Wedan, Carl, 57, 66 Weidenhamer, Anna Beth, 57 VVerner, Helen, 41, 59, 60, 76 West, Barbara, 57, 59, 71 West. Bill, 51, 62, 70, 94, 116 Westberg, Miriam, 41, 60,75,116 Westergreen, Bernice, 41, 61, 73 Westergreen, Robert, 41, 63 Westfall, Philip, 41, 63, 70, 82, 96, 102 X Westfall, Winona, 57, 71, 85 Robert, 41, 63, 67, 96 11Vanda, 57 NVexler, VVheeIer, Whipple, John, 51, 62, 80, 81 VVhipple, Mrs. Velma, 24 White, Bob, 51, 62, 74, Leonard, S7 Louise, 41 61 84, 85 White, White, , , 68 White, Mr. Melvin, 20, 84 Miss Velma, 21, 69 White, VVhiteside, VVeslie, 62 Vtlhitman, Llola, 79 VVicall, Grayce, 17, 19, 41, 60, 65 106, 116 Wilbur, Richard, 57 Wilcox, Keith, 51, 62, 78 61, 73 Wilcoxen, Verlic, 41, Wilder, Lucile, 57 , Willer, Herbert, 51, 62, 67, 95 116 Willer, James, 57, 67, S2,- 97 VVilliams, Emma, 57 Williams, Jua Nita, 57 VVilliams, Warren, 57 Wilson, Bill, 41, 62 Wilson, Carolyn, 51, 59, 60, 69 85, 107, 110 Wilson, Lucille, 51, 61, 72 VVilson, Theresa, 57, 73, 100 116 Winchell, Everett, 51, 62, 77, Windo-m, Caroline, 57 Windom, Eileen, 57, 100 Wingo, Vera Mae, 57 VVinters, Hugh, 57, 66, 99 , Wirt, Betty, 51, 61, 65, 116 Wise, Mathew, 63 Witherbee, Lawrence, 19, 41, 63 67, 93, 116 ' . Witherell, Joyce, 57, 71, 80, 81 Witherell, Marian, 41, 60, 72 VVitherell, Marjorie, 41, 60, 75 116 Witherspoon, Shirley, 57 Wong, Homer, 57, 67, 81 Wood, Donald, 57, 94 Wood, Louise, 41, 60, 68 Woolsey, Alvin, 41, 63, 77 Woolsey, Don, 51, 63, 74 Woolsey, Mary, 51, 69, 84, 116 Worrall, Sarah, 41, 61, 79, 80 116 Wright, Bob, Sl, 67, 80, 81 Wynn, Barbara, 57, 59, 85, 100 Y Yerkey, Jack, 54 Young, Barbara, 19, 51, 59, 60, 65, 80, 84, 85 Young, Mr. O. O., 6, 14, 18 Youngblood, Miss Alta, 25 Z Zeffo, Marie, 54 120 x


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