Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)
- Class of 1943
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1943 volume:
' 'rHEii943 CLASS
OALESHOHO H SENIOR HIOH SCHOOL
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Cover by The North Ainrriran Press
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Wv, llw Senior vlass ul 19453, ilvdivalc this lmuli I0 llii' grailuules who lime gone
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who l'l'lll'l-!SElll Ihr- spirit ol' a l'ri'i- nation will IllGl'l lhe l'lldllI'llQC unil win Ihr- slrugi-
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SIIPERINTCEVXIJENT Pi. Y. LINIJSEY
Superintendent R. V. Lindsey, who by his guidance and
leadership gives thoughtful hours for our benefit, has a genuine
interest in every student's future.
His Hne character and friendliness are ever present as we
meet him in our halls or on the street.
We are indeed fortunate in having such a capable man as
lllllhlllllrxl. -X. EUSUN SMITH
An excellent example of effective administration is shown
by Principal A. Edson Smith, capable, and efficient to the "nth"
degree. Even after they graduate he keeps well informed on
activities and accomplishments of Galesburg High School
A favorite of the public and students alike, he is a leader
in civic as well as educational fields throughout the city.
IBUAIRIJ UF HJLIUATIIIN
The Board of Education acts as an advisory group for the welfare of our school. They consider numerous educational
problems that arise and make practical decisions. Their countless efforts provide Galesburg students with a more pleasant
environment. To all members we express our appreciation. Mr. Robert Egan of the fourth ward and Mr. V. E. Seerest
of the fifth are the new members who were elected in the April Election. Their pictures will appear in next' year's annual.
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George C. Lofgren Ralph D. Lucas E. NV. Mureen Alfred Nystrom Mrs. Louise O'C0nn0r ,
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Mr. Snyder, Dean of Boys Miss jones, Dean of Girls
A favorite with the boys at CQ.1'I,S. is Xlr. Snyder, Dean The problems of the girls of Galesburg High Selwol are
of Boys. ln addition to hoys, good music, photograplmy, and first in the interests of Miss hlones, Dean of Girls, wlm is
reading are his ehief interests. His spare time is oeeupied sponsor nf Girls' Service league and Cofsponsor for the Stu-
CIIICYLITIITIUQ his sis year old laoy, Teddy, dent Council.
V-12 exams, Ariny' and Navy applications, reeommenda- Despite the time spent in dealing with the problems of
tions fer fellows entering the service. are all in a dafs work others, our happy Dean of Girls still finds time for leisure
for this able dean. hours whieh are spent sewing or reading.
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DIPLUM Tll, CUHPi
The center of all school life is in the otliee, where three capable and pepular ladies manage and keep things ticking six days
a week. They are, namely, Betty Husted, registrarq Mary Ellen Rennie, secretary to Mr. Smithg and Carolyn Haggenjos, attend'
ance secretary. Besides these regular duties, they can usually be found doing favors and odd jobs for others.
They Hll an important place in our school. "Thanks to them" from all of us.
Mary lillen Rennie, secretary to Mr. Smithg Betty Husted, registrar: Carolyn Haggenjos, attendance secretary.
John Aitcliison. M.S.
Hnrry Aldus, B.S.
Hazel Anderson, M.S.
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Rachel Anderson, A.B.
Ross Anderson, M.S.
Marjorie Babbitt Bolt,
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Willianl Allen, A.B,
Don Arnold, M.A.
William Bennington, B.Ed.
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Herbert Bean, M.A.
Charles Bcdnar, M.A.
Thomas Brooking, B.l2cl.
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Roy Dnmberg, B.S.
.Xrlvisor for Chvcrlcarlcrs
Golfer anil l'l1otog'rapl1y
Paul F. johnson, M.A.
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Irma Gale, M,A.
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Royal Hnrslibargcr, M.A. Francis Carlson, R.N.
English Home Nursing
Vivilizxil Ili-fi-use School Nurse
Jeanette Hilkcr, M.A. LeRoy Donaldson, B.Ed.
Yagzxluonrl Rcllcctor liusincws Aflvisor
lillcn Irvine, KLA. Mike Drcmmnn, B.S.
junior RQ-rl Vross founuilor Football :mil XYre5tling Arlvisor
Xlusic L'l1Il'll1N :mst :mil Ri-ruler liolfsr
Harry Garst, M.A.
William Goodwin, M.A.
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john Grirlitli, M.A.
SUIlll17lHOI'C Iloy Liouncilnr
Sporty lizm :mil l'icuiclxur
Laura Matlack, A,B.
Helen Olson, KLA.
Ray Pcart, BS.
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Gerald Phillips, BLA.
l'isl1r-rinzin :mil Fl'i':u'uli'r
Vesta Kcucli, B.lid.
fhincsu History unllnisizisl
Flora Lamb, A.l5.
Donald Olilscn, Mus.B.
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Myrtle Kainu, PLS.
J. B. Phillips, M.A.
Ruth Simms, B.licl.
G. A. A. Advisor
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Alta Youngblood, IXl.A.
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Row 1-Left to right
ABRAHAMSON, BOB . . golf . . go-getter
. . grand
ADOLPHSON, ALICE . . polite . . pleas-
ing . . pal
ALDERSON, JOHN . . sports . . steaks
. . steady
ANDERSON, ,IUANITA . . riding .
reading . . radios
ANDERSON, CELESTE . . debate .
dramatics . . dear
ANDERSON, SHIRLEY . . theater .
thoughtful . . temperate
ATWOOD, BARBARA . . promising .
painter , . particular
AVERITT, NORMA . . history . . home-
making . . happy
BABBITT, ALICE . . acquainted . . ap-
proved . . accurate
BAINBRIDGE, BERNARD . . Budget
. . baseball . . brunette
Row 2-Left to right
BANDY, HOMER . . Navy . . naive .
BARSTONW, RUSSELL . . Atwood . . able
. . accomplishes
BECKER, ALDEN . . engineer . . English
. . efficient
BENSON, MARIAN . . candor . . com
mercial . . calculnble
BERGE, BONNIE . . beautiful . . blonde
. . business
BEVARD, DONNA . . thoughtful .
typing . . tactful
BINGE, OMA . . amorous . . attractive
. . adorable
BLEDSOE, CLETTUS . . energetic .
expressing . . exact
BLUST, VERNA . . happy . . harmonious
. . helpful
BOETTCHER, NELLIE . . pacificator . .
prospective . . patient
Row 3-Left to right
BOND, CHARLES . . sports . social
science . . shop
BOWLES, JUNE . . blithe . . blonde .
BOXVMAN, EILEEN , . dark . . daring
. . different
BRAMLETT, XVILLADEE . . chicken . .
cheerful . . chemistry
BRASHEAR, WILLA JANE . . tenderloins
. . rapper . . taciturn
BRODINE, ROBERT . . pool . . prankster
. . personality
BROOKS, GARNET . . skating . . stenog-
rapher , . saving
BROWN, FRANCES . . artist . . active
. . alert
BROWN, STANLEY . . machines .
mannerly , . meek
BROXVNLEE, HELEN . . nurse . . nice
. . llfltufal
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Row 4-Left to right
BURPORD, HOXVARD . . math . . mouts
. . mischievous
BURKHALTER, BEVERLY . . Cute . .
choir . . cokes
BURKHALTER, HAROLD . . pharmacist
. . plays . . persevering
CAMPBELL, DON . . blonde . . baseball
. . busy
CAMPBELL, PHYLLIS . . fun . . french-
fries . . football
CAMPER, XVAYNIZ . . artistic . ueom
modnting . . attentive
CARLSON, LOIS . . thorough . . typist
. . Treasurer
CARLSON, NORMAN . . drawing . .
dependable . . dreamer
CECIL, NIILDRED . . medicine moves
. . mannered
CHAMPION, RICHARD . . "Champ" . .
comprehensive . . commanding
"Laugh and the world laughs with youf,
"We hold these truths to be self-evident,
that all men are created equal."
THOSE WHO GUIDE US
Mr. Garst, our senior advisor
Mr. B. Phillips
A little learning is a dangerous thing."
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread."
Row 1-Left to right
CHERRINGTON, IRVIN . . agriculture
. . alert . . agreeable
CLARK, BEVERLY . . dramatic . . dis-
tinguished . . dynamic
CLARK, MARGARET . . Reflectavut
rliythmical . . royal
COLE, BILL . . dancer . . daring .
COLE, HOVVARD . . small . . serious
COLLINSON, MARILYN . . efficient . .
earnest . . enjoyable
COOK, ARTHUR . . rugged . . reliable
. . roaming
CORDELL, ALICE BELLE . . choir .
calm . . courteous
CORZATT, BARBARA . . industrious
intelligent . . interesting
COURSON, ALICE . . willing . . winning
. , worker
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COZIAHR, ZOLA . . modest . . merry
. . "movies',
CRAIG, GLENN . . bnslaful . . blonde . .
CREIGHTON, PETE . . comedian
carefree . . cute
CROUSE, EARL . . short . . sliv .
CUNNINGI-IAM, LORETTA , . merry . .
mild . . merciful
CUSHBIAN, CHARLOTTE . in
gracious . . genial
DANNER, WIILBUR . . friendly . . frislty
, . forceful
DAVIS, IIERMAN . . jolly . . jestful . .
DAVIS, SHIRLEY , . busy . . beloved
. . benevolent
DAXYSON, MARJORIE . . happy
liealtlaful . . hilarious
Row 3-Left to right
DAY, BARBARA . . sweet . . studioux
. , service
DeBOIS, AUDRIE . . elieery . charming
. . courteous
DELAXVDER, VELMA . . polite . . peace
able . . patient
DENNISTON, BETTY . . laughing . .
librarian . . likable
DONALDSON, JAMES , . adroit . , artful
. . active
DRIQIJGIL, ROBERT . . letterman . . lilc-
able . . loyal
DRISCOLL, JEAN . . sweet . . surging
smile . . secretary
DULANEY, GENE . . Buys' Forum
baseball . , brown hair
DUNKLE, LILLIAN . . Student Council
. . secretary . . swell kid
DUNLEVY, ALTA . . performer . . purity
. . photographical
Row 4-Left to right
DUTTON, BETTY JEAN . . worker .
willing smile . . wonderful musician
EARL, DARLENE . . fashion designing
. . french fries . . friendly
ECKVVALL, ALICE . . dexterous . . dili-
gent . . delightful
EHLEN, MARILEE . . Cadet . . com-
mercial ambitions . . cliicken
ELLICKSON, BARBARA . . reads .
readiness . . reliable
ERICKSON, DEANA . . dancing .
dependable . . deserving
ERNE, JOAN . . G. S. L. . . gentle . .
EXVING, DUN . . football . . flying . .
EAIRIIAIRN, JOE . . farming . . facetious
. . favorite
FELT, KATHERINE . . Katie . . keen
. . kind
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FIEIELD, CHARLES . .
reliable . . reputable
EINLEY, DOLORES . . band . . bowling
. . Budget
EOGARTY, MAXINE . . skating . . sweet
. . steak
FORSTROM, ANNETTE . . pulchritude
. . personality . . popular
FOX, RUSSELL . . tall . , terrific .
FREDRICKSON, NADINE . . worker .
willing . . worthwhile
FRYMIRE, JACKIE . . personality . . pep
. . patient
GARNIAN, LIAURICE .
funster . . farmer
GARRETT, ROBERT .
reputable . . radioman
GAXVTHROP, JANICE .
virtuous . . variety
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GIEEORD, lWON'I'E . . dark . . debonair GROGAN, ROBERT . . uLee" . . letter-
. . drawing man . . leader
GILMORE, VEDAMAE . . tactful . . tidy GROSSMAN, ,IO ANN . . dark . . dressy
. . typist . . demure
GLADEELTER, SHIRLEY , . dutiful . .
dainty . . dancer
GUSTAFSON, SHIRLEY . . librarian . .
litlae . . lovable
GLASS, XVAYNE . . ability . . ambitious HAGER, EUGENE . . talkative . . trump-
. . agrarian etcr . . tiller
GOAD, BOB . . capable . . comedian HAIGHT, JACK . . Budget . . band . .
. . cliorister Boys' Eorum
GRAY, VIRGINIA . . neat . . natural . . HALLSTROM, EUGENE . . cyclist . .
nice crafty . . character
GREEN, XVAYNE . . masculine . , man- HAND, DORIS MAE . . collector , . class-
nerly . . meclianic mate . . carefree
GREENQUIST, ARTHUR . . reticent . . HAND, ,IANICE . . sympathetic . . sim-
reserved . . radioman plicity . . SJIiSfyiHg
GRETTA, SHIRLEY ANN . . soloist . . HARDING, EUNICE . . Sports . . Smiles
sweet . . swingster . . swimmer
GROGAN, BOB E. . . basketball . . "batl'1- HARRIS, DOROTHY . . homemaker .
less" . . brawn honest . . hearty
Band, Tom Poole
Budget, Alan McClelland
Cadet, jerry Olson
Choir, Shirley Ann Gretta
rourth R, Gordon Robertson
Future Farmers of America,
Girls' Service League,
Girls, Athletic Association,
Music Honor League,
National Honor Society,
Helen J. Holmquist
Orchestra, Earl Mathias
Reflector, Shirley Percirdi
Senior class president,
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Row 4-Left to right
HARRIS, NAOMI . . variety . . valuable
. . vivid
HASSELBACHER, GEORGE . . tall .
taciturn . . tactful
HASSELQUIST, CLARINE . . impartial
. . industrious . . imaginative
HATCH, EILEEN . . sweet . . sociable
. . sure
HAWKINSON. RICHARD . . likable .
loyal . . laughing
HEILENIQR, MILDRED . . silent . . shy
. . smiling
HERRINGTON, ALLEN . . football . .
fun . . fortitude
HERRON, GLENNA . . artistic . . ambi-
tious . . ardent
HINCHLIFF, JACK . . lanky . . ludicrous
. . likable
HINEBAUGH, MYRON . . science .
SCFIOLIS . . SCFVICC
"Romeo,O Romeo, where art thou buggy?
"A book, sir, should hel us either to eniov
life or to endure itf'
BQYS IN THE
Subar md spice, and everything nice."
Happiness consists in activityf'
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HOGAN, BETTY . .
. . admirable
delightful . . docile
. . .erenader .
agreeable . . athletic
. . dignified .
HOLLOWAY, MARILYN . . laughing . .
likable . . laudable
HQLINIAN, REX . .
radio . . "Red" .
N J. . . Pres. N.H.s.
. . perfection . . poise
HOSKINS, ALICE .
. short . . sweet . .
HUDGELL, BILL . . movies . . mechanic
. . modest
HUMES, DOROTHY . . fair . . i'Fords"
. . friendly
HUNTER, JAMES . . photography .
pilot . . P. A. system
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HURBUL, BEVERLY . . literary . . likable
. . lndylike
JACOBS, IRENIZ . , nurse . . natural . .
JACOBS, LOIS . . secretary . . skater .
JEFFORDS, BARBARA , . titian .
thoughtful . . tidy
JEXVELL, POLLY . . jitterbug , . jovial
. . "jewel"
JOHNSON, BETTY . . merry . . mag-
nanimous . . managing
JOHNSON, DALE . . "Cueball" . . care-
free . . comical
JOHNSON, DEAN . . ideal . . industrious
. . initiative
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH . . secretary . .
sensible . . sweet
JOHNSON, GENE . . clever companion
. . clean-cut
Row 3-Left to right
JOHNSON, MARGARET . . ubijoun .
beloved . . benign
JOHNSON, RODNEY . . golf . . golf
. . golf
JOHNSON, ROSE . . silent . . sincere
JOHNSON, ROY . . movie fan .
machinist . . masculine
Jonxsox, vixoixm L. . . skating . .
stenograph-Y . . sprite
JONES, GEORGE . . army . . ambitious
JONES, MARGARET . . homemaker , .
happy . . helper
JORDAN, DOROTHY . . dark . . dutiful
. . dancing
JORDAN, TED . .sports . . sufier
JUDD, PAULINE . . 'Kpeanie . . peppy
. . pal
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Row 4-Left to right
REMP, LOIS . . outshines . . original . .
RIMBROUGH, GERALDINE . . jive
jestful . . joking
LANDON, RONALD . . manager . . mag-
HLIITIITIOUS . . flI11flIleI'l"
LARSEN, SHIRLEY . . passive . . pretty
. . "pink"
LIEBER, ALICE . musical . . mixer
LIGHT, DONALD . . direct . . drama
LINDBIQRG, XVILLIANI . . fun . . flier
. . "iils,'
LINDEEN, XVILLIAM . . dancer . . dash-
ing . . devilish
LING, HARRY . . artful . . athletic .
LOPEZ, CAROLYN . . mild . . music
lover . . memorable
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LOPEZ, PHILLIP . . basketball . . basllful NICKINNEY, PATRICIA . . tiny . . ritil- lN'IATSON, IRIXIA . . dainty . . diligent
, , buddy lating . . talkative . . delightful
I.ORING. ROSALICE . . ntl1letiC . NICLAUGHLIN, CARRIE . . Cheerful . . MEDINA, INIARIO . . flying . . friendly
amiable . . allegro clerking . . conversationalist . , frank
LOYVE, FLORENCE . . captivating . NICNAUGHT, ARLENE . . dark eyes. MEGGINSON, PEGGY . . cashier
choir . . capable dainty . . dapper charitable . . eo-operative
LUNDEEN, ROSEMARY . . honored . . MADIGAN, SHIRLEY JO . . cute . . Coy MELIN, DON . . swimming . . sensible
harmony . . helpful . . charming . . steady
JHUNDQUIST1 PHYI-I-I5 - - SPOFIS - . Su MAGEE, HAROLD . . future flyer . MILLER, CHARLES . . "hey, waiter
YCWVY - - Swimmff friendly . . funster humorous . . handy
LUTTRELL, EDGAR . . witty . . well- MANN, ALLEN . . intelligent . . intri- MITCHELL, VIRGINIA . docile .
gfU0111Cd . . Willrlillg guing , . indomitable dutiful . . desirous
LYON, ROBERT . . Navy-bound . . neat MANVVORREN, HARRIET . . dark . . MORLING, ROY . . shy . . silent . .
. . noble dainty . . domestic serious
NICCANTS, BOB.. dancing . .drumming MARKS, ROBERT . . good-nntured . . MORRISON, BETTY . . true . . trust-
. . dashing genial . . gentlemanly worthy . . thrilling
MeCI.ELI.AND, ALAN . . Budget-booster MARTZ, BETTY . . artful . . authentic MORTENSON, MARY ANN . . noncha-
. . brilliant . . bold . . assiduous lnnt . . nice . . neat
MCGAHEY, ISABEL I . Cflicient . . Llluf MASTERSON, BLANCHE . . capable . . NIOULTON, KENNETH . . Navy-nun
gvfw v - CY0f'Cl121fmll15l courageous . . cheerful . . negotiator , . naive
Row 4'-Let to right
NELSON, FRANCES . . gay . . gentle
. . girlish
NELSON, GLENN R. . . cartoonist . .
competent . . clever
NELSON, MARYE . . cute . Lomtn
tional . . cukes
NELSON, RICHARD XV. . . swell .
Swank . . smiling
NELSON, VANIQCIZ . . prominent .
plausible . . partieipition
NIELSON, ROBERT . . drums . . dex-
tcrous . . dependable
NORQUIST, ISD . . hilarious . . happy-
go-lucky . . harmonious
NORRIS. CHARLES . . Stxtely . . skillful
. . SIIICCYC
NORTHRUP, HAROLD . . aviation
appealing . . adventurous
NORTHRUP, MYRTLE . eommittees
. . cultured . . clmrncter
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l','Xhl happy yelrs' ontt more who vsoul
not be Ll boy?
"The laughter of girls and utr was
among the delightful sounds of earth
FOR SENIOR YEAR
Virginia L. johnson
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Row I-Left to right
OLIN, EVA . . srenographtr stdin
OLSON, EMRI MAE . reserxed
reasonable . . realistic
OLSON, GERRY . , vim Xiror
Girls:U"?ize 5lf'Q,qPlC35U-UH OLSON, JACK . , dormant e t
Boy: Number 11, please. definite
'iOh, what would the world be to us OLSON, LEONARD . I O L
If the children were no more!"
serving . . optimistic
OSBORN, MARGARET . 1 to ,1 ert
. . accommodating
PADILLA, HELEN . . Sxmpathrtie
satisfying . . simplicity
PARKE, DOROTHY . eourtaous
cheerful . . calm
PARKER, MAZETTA . . Svsett suing.,
. . soothing
PAR KINSON, ROBIZRT . dn ulibirx
distinguished . . different
Row 2-Left to right
PARKS, ANN . . industrious . . immaeu
late . . informative
PAYNE, NORMA . . equestrian . . eager
PEAVEY, MARY JANE . . tasteful . .
tantalizing , . thoughtful
PERARDI, SHIRLEY . . reading .
'righting . . Reflector
PERSCHNICK, BETTY . . impressable . .
indispensable . . industrious
PETERSON, LAXVRENCE . . zip . . 7eal
. . zany
PETERSON, RIARKIORIE . , tressts
tasty . . twinkling
PETERSON, ROY . . sliy . sensible . .
PETERSON, SHIRLEY . . dancing .
direct . . diminutive
PIZTI-QRSON, VIRGINIA . . Treasurer
tennis . . 'tractive
Row 3-Left to right
PIERSON, JOAN . . scientific . . sagacious
. . systematic
POE, VINCENT . . "Dugan" . . drowsy
. . dutious
POOLE, TOM . . dark . . devilish .
POXVERS, DICK . . mechanical . . mas-
culine , . matchless
PRINA, KIOI-IN . . benignant . . brown
eyed , . baseball
PRITCHARD, BILL . . instantaneous
impulsive . . incandescent
RAINEY, LEOLA . . exquisite . . elegant
. . exotic
RANIIREZ, CECIL . . careful . . cheerful
. . carpenter
RAMIREZ, JESSE . . wrestler . . winning
. . wise
RANSONI, PI-IYLLIS . . petite . . per-
sistent . . pleasant
Row 4-Left to right
REED, FERN . . mirth . . meritous .
RICHARDSON, GLORIA . . "Fiji" .
fascinating . , fashionable
RIGGLE, SHIRLEY , . quaint , . quali-
tative . . queenly
RIOS, ANA MARIE . . comely . . col-
lector . . commercial
ROBBINS, LeROY . . auto-racing .
aviator . . achieving
ROBERTSON, GORDON . . "Robby" .
resourceful , . resounding
SACKEY, DALE . . air-minded . . applic-
able . . amiable
SAPPINGTON, BETTY . . liltable .
lively . . laughable
SCHRODT, DOLORIS . . swimmer
stenographer . . sweet
SCI-IWIILCK, GENE . . debate . . dutiful
. . deelamiirous
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Row 1-Left to right Row 2-Left to riyht
SCOTT, BEVERLY . . beauty . . "Bev" SMITH, CECILE . . happy . . helpful . .
. . beaming hearty
SHORT, PHYLLIS . . deb . . delighftul SODERSTROM, XVILLIAM . . willing . .
. . dancer worker . . witty
SHARP, AIACK E. . . choir . . cross- SPEHR, RICHARD . . physicist . . pho-
country. . Cut-up tograplaer . . pleasing
SHERWOOD, GLEE . . pool . . playboy STAATS, PHYLLIS , . attractive . . at-
. . promoter tentive . . awake
SHROFROTH, XVALTER . . handsome STAMIIAUGH, DOROTHY . . singer .
. . handy . . helper serene . . smiling
SHULTS, HELEN . . modish . . "Minerva STEGALL, RICHARD . . capers . . calcu-
. . matchless later . . cut-up
SILVER, DARNYIN . . salesman . satis- STELLER, FREDERICK . . capable . .
fied . . super cadet . . considerate
SIMS, MAXINE . . secretary . . sensible STEWART, MARY ELLEN . . pleasant
. . serious . . perfection . . personality
SLYE, DXVAINE . . flyer . . friendly . . STIGNER, NORMA . . delightful . .
free damsel . . dramatist
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is 5 , as
Row 3-Left to right
sT1NsoN, RALPH . . amiable . . mum.: I
. . appealing
STOERZBACH, RUSSELL . . lively . .
Ioquacious . . laughing
STONEKING, BILL . . stalwart . . spirited
. . sportsman
STONEKING, RICHARD . . quiet . .
quality . . quick
STONER, DICK . . gay . . gentleman
STRADER, MILDRED . . tops . . taste
. . twirler
STRICKLER, ,IEANNE . . mannequin .
modest . . modality
STRICKLER, VVARREN . . free .
friendly . . football
SUTHERLAND, SHIRLEY . . coquette.
. . cute . . coy
Row 4+Left to right
SUTTON, CHARLES . . happy-go-lucky
. . handsome . . height
SVVAGERT, EVERETT . . congenial . .
creative . . courteous
SW'ALLOW, WINIFRED . . lovely . .
lively . . luscious
SXVANSON, GLORIA . . reliable . . re-
sponsive . . refreshing
SWANSON, ROSIuMARY . . Doyliciousn
SWANSON, llflARlAN . . HA. SL Pfl .
. . "Doylightful" , . Q'D0ylovely"
SNWANSCN, NVALTER . . Carefree . . can
did . . contented
SVVARTOUT, BEATRICE . . gay . .
gracious . . grand
SXVARTOUT, BETTY . . facsimile .
fascinating . . fair
D.A.R. AND S.A.R.
"Now the day is over."
"I saw u crowd, 11 host of golden daffodils
Memories are precious things
-precious and exciting. To-
morrow we may live again
today and yesterday. Time is
but an hour glass through
which races incidents and
faces: incidents recorded by
memoryg faces recorded by
pictures. When this day has
passed and each has followed
his own separate star, may
our memories linger on. May
we be gone-but not forgot-
A man sir, should keep his friendship in
Tiats all, folks, there ain't no more."
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Row l-Left to rieht
TABER, LETA . . dancer . .
TABONE, JAMES . . ice cream
trial arts . . interesting
TABONE, TONY . . printer . .
TELFORD, RADAH . . singer
mistress . . Service League
. . indus
TEMPLETON, CLARENCE . . sports .
steak . . science
TIQRPENING, NVENDELL . .
funster . . feasible
THEOBALD, RUTH . . home cc . . help
ful . . hamburgers '
THIERRY, GEORGE . . student . . sharp
. . sage
TONKIN. JAMIQS . . radio technician .
reasonable . . "Red"
TRAFF, MARJEAN . . sewinq
. . secretary
. . sports
Row ZA-Left to right
TURNICR, MARILYN . . Kween . . keen
. . kind
UHLMANN, YVONNE . Studious
sensible . . smiling
UNDERWOOD, JACK . . "Bulldog" .
brilliant . . busy
XVALLACE, DOROTHY . strcne
sociable . . sagacious ,
WYALTERS, BKRNADINE , modest . .
mannerly . . merry
XVALTERS, BOB . . happy . . handsome
. . UHollow"
VVARD, DALIL "XY'easel . . witty . .
NVARD, JOE . . Sports . smooth .
W'FlR, BLANCHIQ . . blond . . bustling
. . bright
WIiI.LS, DON . . trottcr . . thorough . .
Row 3-Left to right
XVESTBERG, EVERETT . . sensible .
sober . . sedate
XVESTERDALE, ROBERT . . illustrious
. . imaginative . . imperturbable
XVlfSTERFII2LD, JOAN . . beaux
beauty . . bewitching
XY'lfTHERBFlf, CHARLES . . gridiron
genial . . "Gee, Herbie!"
HITE, JACK . . track . . tall . . talk
ILKINS, MARTHA . . small . . sineert
. . serviee
ILLER, LOIS . . friendly . . fun .
ILSON, JACK . . physique . . porter-
house . . prankstcr
ILSON, KATHERYN . . silent .
serious . . serene
ILSON, LAURA LFP . . serious
Row 4-Left to right
NVILSON, MARGARET . . gay . . gen-
erous . . gad-about
XVITHIQRBIQE, XVILLIAM . . "Ag-man
. . ability . . applicable
XVITHERELL, HAROLD . . steaks . .
swimming . . sailor
XVRIGHT, DUANIQ . , bowling . . Ublondw
. . basketball
YOCUM, KIARVIN . . gentleman . . gym
. . gay
YOUNG, REX . . shy . . sober .
YOUNGRFN, PAT . . Reflectorite .
Richard . . rates h
IIOVER, JOAN . . pal . , pretty . .
Adams, Mary Lou
Anderson, Mary Jean
MIABBER . . jIVE
. . JUDICIO Us
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Row II ,
IDEALS . . INDIVIDUAL INDELIBLE INTEGRITY
OPTIMISM . . OPPORTUNISTS . . OBLIGE . . ONWARD
MCVey, Mary Jane
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t ' Mitchel, Esther
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1 Pihl, Jerry
fi Reed, Betty
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5, I as Reeves, -Ioanne
Q me i - , rl Rennie, Jim
' . I A I --f Rentschler, Mary
' ' I Robertson, Bill
5 5 W, 2 ,1 Rodeffer, Alice
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I Qi Rosine, Shirley
Q, Q R Rosine, Willard
K Ross, Bob
I Sallee, Kenneth
jf 1: Sauter, Marilyn
RECOGNITION. . RHYTHM . . REPUTABLE . . RISING
SPORTIVE . . STUPENDOUS . . SUPER .
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Tinkham, Mary Louise
WE SALUTE YOU FUTURE GRADS OF G.H.S.
Tutt, Donna Lee
Upp, Howard 1. by
Venlund, Esther - Q' , B
Vogt, Beverly K
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Warner, Nada Jane
Weir, Hugh Jr.
White, Betty Jo
Row V ,
Wil1iams,Don if W- y,
Wilson, Don - .
Wilson, Kathryn I
Witherell, Phyllis Q,
Wooldridge, Betty VAk QR" 4
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Row I-Left to right
Row II-Left to right
Row I-Left to right
Row Il-Left to right
Row III-Left to right
Row IV-Left to right
Row V-Left to right
Row I-Left to
Row II-Left to
Row IH-Left to right
Row IV-Left to right
Row V-Left to right
Parrish, Mary Lou
Galesburg Sophomores are the
In Work and play they've met
Actors, musicians, athletes all,
The short, the thin, the fat, th
Nelson, Jo Anne
Row I-Left to right
Boys' Forum, G.A.A., and G.S.L.,
Row ll-Left to righr
They talked and worked and served right wellg
They twirled the flags and led the band,
Led debate and play Crews manned.
Row I-Left to right
Row III-Left to right
Row V-Left to right
Row ll-Left to right
Row IV--Left to right
Like birds that sing in choir they are,
Their work doth shine like a morning star
Sophomores here, sophomores there
M gosh they seem to be everywhere
Row I-Left to right
So what chance have seniors-old and gray-
While ahead go the sophomores-young and gay-
To run the school and plan the Way,
From the first day of school 'til Commencement
Row H-Left to right
VAR ITY FUUTB LL
goes Portlock smashing off his left tacklel
for a Hve yard gain. First down, ten to go."
ln the fall, when football was in the air,
Coach Anderson had only four lettermenl
back. While not having the outstanding
stars of a year ago, Coaches Anderson and
Dremman did develop two good lines and
a shifty backfield during the season. The
Silver Streaks won 4, tied 2, and lost 3
Ross Anderson and Mike Dremman, Coaches
making a fairly formidable record.
After three weeks of hard practice, the one hundred boys were prepared for their opening gamer
against Peoria Manual. The Streaks emerged victorious by a score of 14 to 0. The following game-
found G. H. S. battling Peoria Woodruff to a scoreless tie under a blanket of snow, in what was prob-
ably the Hrst game ever played in Galesburg during a September snowstorm. The next week found
the East Moline Hilltoppers invading the Lombard gridiron. Result-a 7 to 7 tie, the sixth tie between
these two teams in the ten consecutive years. Then came a disastrous trip to Moline where we lost 18
to 0. The Streaks came back the next week to display a lot of fight and drive to be the first team tor
score on Rock Island, the undefeated N.W.C. champs the previous year, and this. The Silver Streaks
then won two successive victories over Macomb and Canton 19-6, and 14-0. An inspired Kewaneeu
Top Row: Bob Portlock, Bob Hoyt, Clarence Templeton, Albert Stephens.
Second Row: Harry Ling, Ted Webber, jim Fvans, Don Williams, Carroll McClure.
First Row: Robert Brodine, Charles Wetherbec, Chuck Fifield, Don Ewing, Charles Bond.
eleven took advantage of some Galesburg defensive weaknesses
and cashed in on a number of breaks to defeat us and push us
from a possible championship to third place in the final Illini
standings. Then came Monmouth and the Streaks wrote finis to
their 1942 season wich a 19-7 victory and fourth place in the
Bill Stoneking was the captain. Twenty-nine boys won their
:ight-inch varsity football letters. These were 21 seniors, 7
uniors, and 1 sophomore. The boys are as follows: Bernard
Bainbridge, tackle, Charles Bond, guard, Bob Brodine, end, Don
Camper, guard, Don Carlson, tackle, James Evans, back, Don
Ewing, back, Charles Fifield, tackle, Robert E. Grogan, end,
'XI Herrington, back, Clark Highlander, back, Bob Hoyt, guard,
'Iarry Ling, guard, Carroll McClure, end, Jim McLaughlin,
zenter, Tom Moran, end, Bob Portlock, back, Art Reams, tackle,
'ioss Seiberlich, back, john Stoneking, tackle, Bill Stoneking,
nd, Warren Strickler, back, Clarence Templeton, back, Jack
Jnderwood, center, Bob Walters, guard, Joe Ward, guard, Ted
Weber, back, Chuck Wetherbee, center, and Don Williams, back.
Top Row: Donald Stables, Les Bond, Bill Hallberg, Tom Moran.
Second Row: Bob Walters, Jack Underwood, Bob Grogan, Bill Stoneking, Clark Highlande
HOW THEY FINISHED
First Row: Allen Herrington, Bernard Bainbridge, Warren Strickler, Art Reams, Jim McLaughlin.
Helping to put 21 clean and well
clad football squad on the field were
the unseen but indispensable man-
agers. This year Bill Lindeen, Bill
Reclfern and Lawrence Smith all re-
ceived manager letters. W'0rking
under them as able assistants were
jack Baughniun and Dale Lithander.
Scrimmage on Lombard Field
Power play through center
Wfhen the 1942 football season opened, the
Silver Streak Colts romped around the gridiron a
few times and then settled down to hard, strenuous
ractice which resulted in Hve wins and one loss
or the future stars of G. H. S.
l Under the coaching of Mr. Phillips and Mr.
Bennington, there emerged from the beginners a
number who performed like veterans. Among
those who played a major part in the successful
career of the pony squad were jim Evans, Jim
Wilkins, Harlow Swartout, Bob Williams, Earl
Boyd, Don Lohmar, Bob Swanson and Oliver
Top Row: Dale Litlunder, Mgr., Bob Sixxinson, Bill Rcagor, hub SlIlLllJLll'1, lirl Bind Oliur Cjrttn Ronild Dstr Hirlou
Second Row: Terry Burnside, Bob Vfillianii, Hob Heidcr, Donild Lolimir Albert XY irntr Qliuck Dinitlson Bob Stinson
First Row: Bill Loring, Dean liullcr, Hob Marlow, George Ttmpleton im Rosint Gtnt Lndtrvsood Bob Cirifhtli
A , ,. ,M MIG' an-.
This larl's push shot swished the net
jvith amazing accuracy
His shoes will be hard to fill next year
Dewey'.s scoring punch and rebounding
XVould be a great asset to any basket-
Russ used his height to a good- advantage
Both on offensive and defensive plays
3 6 Macomb ,,,,,,,,,,,,
2 6 DeKalb ,,,,
3 5 Kewanee ,,,,.,,,,,,
41 Peoria Manual ,,
32 Moline -, i.,.,,,, ,.
31 Corpus Christi
3 8 East Moline ,,,,.
33 Canton .,,,...,,,,
44 Rock Island ,,,,,
32 Monmouth ,,,,,
37 Quincy ,,,,
3 6 Kewanee .,.,
2 5 Moline .,,,
2 3 Canton ,,,,,.,,
3 5 East Moline s,,,,,
62 Peoria Woodruff
34 Rock Island ,i..,.
3 3 Monmouth ,,,,,
Rill's basket eye and all around ability
Ranked him among the leading confer-
Shiftiness and clever ball handling
Typified this b0y's style of play
This small but speedy guard's fancy
Netted many a basket for this year's
Lob E. Grogan-Center
Ixcellent rebounding, coupled with a
'll t i
wi o w n,
lade "Bathless" a constant asset to the
oe F airbairn-Guard
'his diminutive lad baffles all I
Vith snappy passes and deceptive foot-
Quick as lightning, this junior guard's
'resence will be keenly felt next year
N. W. C. STANDINGS
M0llnC ..,, ..,, 1 0 2
Kewanee ..... .... 7 3
Galesburg .,.... .... 6 4
East Moline .,.,, ,... 3 7
Rock Island .,.,, .... 2 8
Monmouth .,.l ,... 2 8
Under the tutelage of coach Gerald
Phillips, the 1942-43 Silver Streak
cagers annexed 15 victories while losing
nine encounters. A very interesting
feature was that G.H. S. played seven
tilts in the regular season in which the
verdict was decided by a margin of
either one or two points. Of these
closely fought battles, Galesburg was
victorious in four.
The shifting of Lopez from a guard
slot to a forward position early in the
season showed the cage wisdom of
Coach Phillips as Phil led his teammates
in scoring with 245 markers in 24
The Silver and Gold were not badly
defeated at any timeg their worst loss
was suffered at the hands of the Moline
Maroons by the score of 39-25.
The curtain closed on the season's
play as the aggressive combination of
Fox, Lopez, Wright, Grogan, and Jor-
dan was defeated in the finals of the
sectional tourney by the Little Giants
This spirited junior was always scrap-
He also has an accurate eye for the hoop
The height of this tall and rangy center
WVill form the bulwark of power next
Next season will see this cagy junior
Closely watched by the opposition
5 5 Woodhull
35 Altona 7, ,
Back Row: Vcrnun Mannon, Bob Sandburg, Bob NVillinms, Tum Momn, Cmziqr Bmur Bob 'Nylso
Front Row: Ray McClure, Delbert Gr.1l1.1m, Ifnrl Fmyd, Clark Higl1l.1ndcr, Chugk blblw lm Fmzv
Tum U mlcrwuo
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42 Kewanee , ,,,,,,, ,, , 25
35 Wfoodhull N . . 21
32 Moline . .. 7,,7,,,, ., .. W 15
32 Corpus Christi Reserves 25
27 East Moline ,,,,,, 12
27 Canton Reserves 32
22 Rock Island . ,,,,,, . . 16
27 Monmouth 39
23 Quincy , ,,,, , 15
49 Kewanee . . ,,,,, 30
30 Moline ,,,, , N ,,,,,,, . H 18
-12 Canton Sophomores , , 26
35 East Moline , .. .. . 31
-HI Peoria W'oodruff ,, , ,. 25
3-1 Rock Island , ,, . 33
3-1 Monmouth W H 21
jim lvans, lfarl Boyd. Bob Xvilliams, Delbert
Qi1',ll1.H'l1, Bob Sandburg, Mr, Bednar.
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Undisputed champs of the N. XV. C., the smoothworking, spirited G.I'I. S. pony quintet climaxed
n almost spotless season of cage play with a 34-21 victory over Monmouth. This victory avenged
heir only defeat suffered in Northwest Conference play, as Monmouth had beaten them earlier in the
eason by a score of 39-27. The brilliant record hung up by this year,s Baby Streaks consisted of
ourteen victories with but two defeats. In Northwest Conference play, they won nine games while
using one and in nonconference affairs, they won five while losing one. The ponies played an aggressive
ype of ball all season as they opened with five straight victories and ended the season with eight
'erdicts in a row.
The future for Galesburg High basketball teams is looked upon very eagerly by G. I-I. S. fans after
lhe ine showing of Coach Charles Bednar,s team this year. The boys who carried the burden for most
f the season were Jim Evans, Ray McClure, Bob Wfilliams, George Lundeen, and Earl Boyd. Williams
d the team in scoring, and
.vans, a sparkplug guard, E 1
vhile still a sophomore, I
arned the honor of dressing
vith the varsity team dur-
ng the tournament.
Look out, opponents! -
hese boys will be back next
'ear gunning for more
Delbert Graliam. Raymond Me-
Clure, George lundeen. Bob Swan-
son, Bob XY'illi.ims, .lim XY'ilkins,
Iidwartl Niuliols, Iim I'v.ins. Earl
Boyd, Bill Loring, Bob S.ll1Lllwurg.
jesse Ramirez, ,lim Albro, and Don Wells
Howard Upp, Clark Highlander, and Don Ewing
GHOST CDU TRY-J IB Ch
During the fall four meets were engaged in
by the GHS cross country men. The most im-
portant of these were the NWC and the Illini
Conference meets. In the NWC, GHS placed
fourth. Jim Albro and Jesse Ramirez, Harold
Stites, and Wayne Green ran, finishing in that
order among the first 20 runners.
Letters were awarded to Jim Albro, Jesse
Ramirez, and Don Wells.
With spring in the air and cinders flying
many boys reported out at Lombard Field fo
the track season.
Graduation left but two lettermen this sea
song however, Coach Anderson developed th
new material into a well-balanced team.
Due to transportation restrictions, the man
meets, characteristic of former track seasons
were not held.
Top Row: Coach Dremman, Reagor, Clay, Danncr.
Second Row: McKinney, Miller, Kiernan, Cridland, Rosine.
First Row: Garman, Soderstrom, McCullough, Ramirez, Griffith.
The wrestling team, coached b
"Mike" Dremman, took part in fou
meets this year. The first meet w
held here when Peoria Woodru
met our grapplers in Steele Gym.
won this meet, but lost to the sa
team later at Woodruff. In the Illi
meet, G. H. S. was just nosed out
first place by Pekin when we we
beaten by only one point. The wre
tlers took third place in the section
meet. Four Galesburg High Scho
boys were chosen to go to State: Bo
Reagor, heavyweight class, Mauri
Garman, lightweight class, Bo
Hoyt, 145 lb. class, and Wilb
Danner, 175 lb. class.
When the Weather gets warm and the
ground begins to dry out, baseball always
molds one of the key places in spring ath-
etics. This year Was certainly no exception
o the rule as the future "Babe Ruthsu and
'Ty Cobbsv of G. H. S. again dug out their
lpikes and other baseball equipment. This
Ieason marked the third year of "America's
'avorite Pastimen in G. H. S. With eight
ettermen returning, Coach Phillips round-
d out a fine team of experienced diamond
7' a winds up
Bob takes a mighty swing
The returning lettermen from last
year's team were John Prina, Phil
Lopez, Squirt Grogan, Ted Jordan,
and Bob Abrahamson. The Streaks
played five games this year, all double
headers. Their opponents were Can-
ton, Peoria Manual, Peoria Wfoodruff,
Pekin, and East Peoria.
Jim Holloway Bob Abrahamson Mr. Aitchison Rodney johnson Bob Dredge
Playing their only meet of the fall season, the Galesburg High School golfers won first place hono.
in the Northwest Conference, held on the Blackhawk Club course in Rock Island.
The meet, held October 10, was Galesburg all the way as Jim Holloway walked off with medali
honors. G. H. S., with John Aitchison back as coach, played four men, with Holloway, a letterma
from the ,41-42 season. The team consisted of seniors Bob Dredge, Bob Abrahamson, Rodney Johnscl
and junior Jim Holloway. '
The Silver Streaks beat Rock Island on their home course by 27 strokes. Holloway was low with
78, 84--162. Following close behind was Dredge with an 80, 84-164. Bob came within two strok
of tying the medalist score turned in by Holloway. Other scores which helped to beat Rock Isla
were: 89, 93-182 by Bob Abrahamson, and 88, 97-185 by Rod Johnson. Galesburg had a tea
score of 693, Rock Island 720, and the remaining competitors in the N.W.C. meet were only one stro
apart. Because of the transportation diiliculties, this meet was the only one scheduled. In form
years the Streaks took part in the Illini Conference and in quadrangular meets with neighboring schoo
BUY ' A D GIRL ' TENN
cl Barb h
nd Bob Fr
Mr. Charles Beclnar
Due to War conditions the tennis teams played
only one match, the N. W. C. at Rock Island on
October 10. Coach Bednar's boys walked away with
second place While Miss Ruth Simms' girls captured
third place. Dick Firth represented G. H. S. in the
singles match, copping second place. Joe Fairbairn
and Bob Freese, doubles team, after losing to Rock
Island in the championship match, took another sec-
ond place. The girls also did Very creditably in the
tournament. Ginny Olsen took second place in the
girls, singles, and Barbara Christy and Virginia Peter-
son, doubles team, Walked away with a second place.
Lois Willer Was the girls, alternate.
ss uth Simms
Nice rr '
Mary Ann Mortenson
Mary Jane Peayy
G.A.A. Oflicers: Marilyn Linner, Betty 1
berg, Rosaliee Loring, Ginny Olsen, and 1
As each successful or anization must have a board of directors as well as officers, lus a willin
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advisor, so has the Girls' Athletic Association. This year Rosalice Loring served as presldent with
Ginny Olsen, her helping hand, vice-president. The recording secretary was Betty Hallbergg corre
sponding secretary, Marilyn Linnerg and treasurer, Barbara Christy.
The officers and board members, with the assistance of Miss Ruth Simms, had as their goal: T
promote physical Htness among more girls through the many sports offered by G. A. A.
G.A.A. Board--Back Row: Dorothy jordan, Mary Isaacson, Barbara Waldo, Kate Bryngelson, Helen Dale Cabeen, Lois Ann Lundeen, Marjean Traff
Margaret jones, Gerry Darrah, Betty Ruth Belt, Dorothy Howard, Miss Simms, Rosalice Loring.
First Row: Mary Jane Peayy, XV11nda Schwanke, Marilyn Linner, Betty Hallberg, Ginny Olsen, Barbara Christy, Harriett Wood, Judy Kinkade.
Perfecz' Timilzgl Pc'rfc'Cf Rbyflollh'
A Splash Now :mtl Tbcvzl
Swimming, one of the all-year sports of
G.A.A., has as its leaders Mary Jane Peavy, Judy
Kinkade, and Gertrude Wfard.
G.A.A. provides an opportunity for members
who wish to improve their skill in swimming.
Later in the season Mr. Roy Landon taught
diving to the group, while lifesaving was taught
by Miss Simms and Miss Zerkle.
The swimming meet, held in the girls, pool
on January 25, saw Judy Kinkade take diving
honors from Barbara Christy and Kate Bryngel-
son. Angeline Vourgias and Dorothy Pippitt
finished with top honors in the novelty contests.
This quad makes a big ripple
Alley! Spare! Af Las! fl Sf1'ilQc'.'
A winter sport is bowling which is under the
leadership of Harriett Wood and Marjean Traff.
This is one of the outstanding individual sports
that can be participated in by a group with a
great deal of enjoyment.
The advanced group worked on their form,
technique and that minor thing, the score, while
the beginners tried to stop those big black balls
from hopping down the alley.
In a bowling meet held by the advanced
group, Ginny Olsen came out on top with a
score of 153 with Harriett Wood coming in sec-
ond with 129 as her tally.
All eyes follow the beginning of a strike
Team worlc. .' S zvisb! A B:1sla01'.'
Basketball again has proved to be the favorite
sport offered by the Girls' Athletic Association
this year. This popular sport had as its chair-
men Barbara Wade and Marilyn Linner.
In the Students vs. Teachers game, the teach-
ers, led by Miss Ruth Simms, were royally de-
feated 26-10 by the students. The sophomores
were Kate Bryngelson, Lois Ann Lundeen,
Jeanne Kelly, juniors, Ladora Thierry, Marilyn
Linner, and Barbara Christy, and senior, Mar-
All hands up! A toss up for sure
Rose Marie Dixon
Three cheers to the cheerleaders! They were inspiring to the teams, both football and basketball
It was they who set off the spark of enthusiasm of the cheering section. The pep-inspirers this yeai
were Rose Marie Dixon, Barbara Christy, Betty Hallberg, Bill Baldwin, Dick Kiernan, Gertrude Ware
and Gerry Darrah. They not only cheered at the regular games, but they followed the team thru to
the regional and sectional tournament games.
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Rose Marie Dixon, Betty Dutton, Ethel Hough, Betty
Dughman, Gloria Stanberry, Barbara judson, Dorothy
Pippitt, Phyllis Witherell, Joan Davidson.
Gloria Dillrima, ,loan Bogard, Margaret Jones, Mildred
Orwig, Margaret Stromgren, Mary Jane Anderson,
Lynette Carlson, Marcia Franklin, Barbara Stitcs,
Both the flagswingers and the baton twirlers, under the direction of Mr. Lantz, have performed a
the football and basketball games this year. The gay flags added much color to half-time activities
and the snappy white outfits of the G. H. S. baton twirlers, as they came strutting on the shiney floo
of Steele Gym, contrasted smartly with them.
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Left to right: Bob Barnes, Don Pearson, Mr. Tom Brooking, Crosiar Bower, Joan Zeldcs, Marilyn Linncr.
Your ticket to fun and excitement! Football! Basketball! School Productions! Special Lyceun
Assemblies! School Publications of the Reflector and Budget! This cross-section of school life ani
activity is offered to every member of the Student Activity Association in exchange for tickets fror'
two issues of membership booklets. The many S.A. A. subscribers in G.H.S. realize the advantage 0-
their investment in such an organization. Who would Want to miss the fall football games or t
thrilling basketball games? Who would Want to miss receiving both school publications so cheaply
And they can't forget those plays and assemblies that recall so many memories of our entertainment 0
the stage of G. H. S.! The support of the S.A. A. is excellent and reflects the value and saving of th.
"Old XVl1at a book!', On the stage for "Tons of Money." "Could it be true!" "Look out!" breathless moment.
Kl,eft to rightb
joan Zeldes, Secretary
Mr. Snyder, Advisor
Bob Barnes, Vice-President
joe Fairbnirn, President
Jim Xyilkins, Treasurer
Miss Jones, Advisor
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This year's Student Government Council of forty-five students, each representing an activity or an
dvisory of at least thirty people, has made our school even more "Democracy-conscious" than before
he chief emphasis this year was placed on "our school in war timef'
Upper left hand KLeft to rightj-Activities Representatives
J. Holinquist, N.H.S.g Gordon Robertson, Budget: Vanece
G.S.L.g Alun McClelland, Budget, Rosnlice Loring, G.A.A.
Grogan, Senior Class, Shirley Pernrdi, Retleetor, Russell Sto
Boys' Forum: Knot in picturej ,lerry Olson, Cadets.
Lower left hand KLeft to rightj--Junior Representatives: Front
Row-janet XY'ynn, Donna Miller, Marilyn Linner. Back
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W'ylie Shimel, Iinrhnra Christy, Crosiar Bower, Bob Freese, Kenny
Cooper, Clark Highlander: Knot in picturej Dick Firth.
Upper right hand Kl.eft to right?-Sophomore Representatives:
Jimmy Fvnns, Cl.irl-i Rylserd. Xllrilyn Lambie, Joan Nliddaugh,
Normillee Kliles, Jack Brooking, Al.tnet Larson, Lois Ann Lundeen,
fslary Alice Vfilkiiisg Knot in pieturel ,lan Bengtson, Don Pearson.
Lower right hand KLeft to rightd-Senior Representatives: lfront
Row-Barbara Day, Betty Swartout, Lillian llunkle, Betty Hogan,
Ann Prll'l'i9. lhck Row-Gene Sehsvileli, Bernsrd Bainbridge, Glenn
Nelson, Tom Poole, Jack XX'hite, Bob Brodine, Knot in pictnrel Roy
johnson, Shirley Grett.1.
ATIUNAL HU UR UCIETY
Climaxing an active year with an impressive induction service and recepi
tion, the National Honor Society welcomed new junior and senior members
This solemn induction service not only remains in the memory of the new
members, but impresses the whole student body, making it realize the Char!
acter, Scholarship, Leadership and Service that each member must possess tc
attain the highest goal in our school. It is the dream of each student - th.
realization of a deserving few. T
The eighteen active members of this year chose Helen Jeanette Holmquis
as president, Dick Spehr, vice-president, Rosemary Lundeen, secretary, anc
Glenn Nelson, treasurer. Miss Hazel Anderson as sponsor has assisted in al
activities undertaken by the society.
This year, as last, the society has worked hand-in-hand with the Nationa
Defense Program by selling War Stamps and Bonds, and to date has sold sev
eral thousand dollars' worth to cooperative students. Along with this patri
otic service, it has purchased a service flag, representing every high schoo
student since 1932 serving in the armed forces. In
i addition to these new activities, it continued to plan
and carry out the assembly programs throughout th-
A year and sponsored three after-game dances.
A committee composed of Radah Telford, Gordon
Robertson, Rosemary Lundeen, Bob Brodine, Marilyn
Holloway, Joe Fairbairn, and Helen Jeanette Holm-
quist plan an after-game dance.
We Glenna Herron and Fd Luttrell count the money
received from the sale of defense stamps.
Rosemary Swanson, Vanece Nclsor
Florence Lowe, Shirley Perard
Glenn Nelson, and Alan McClellan
discuss an assembly program wit
Miss Hazel Anderson.
ATIUNAL HU UB SOCIETY
Miss Hazel Anderson
Helen Jeanette Holmquist
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Miss Sricklc, Marilyn Holloway, Miss Jones, Rosemary Lundeen, Vancce-
Nelson, Lois Carlson, Miss Larson.
In keeping with the times, the Girls' Service League chose a patriotic theme-"We Work to Win.
The programs gave every girl an opportunity to Work successfully with others and to develop a
The year's Work has been characterized by growth, an expansion of activities of the scrapboolf
activity Hle and service committees, less faculty supervision, more participation of the League's mem
bers, and a greater variety of programs, such as 'QVictory," "Stardom," 'IStyIe," and "Friendship.',
Innovations for the year included a joint meeting of the Boys, Forum and Girls' Service Leagu
cabinet members at a box supper, a dessert reception taking the place of the annual spring banquet, th
Friendship game that was a part of several programs, and coping with War-time limitations an
To comply with the war effort, the League sacrificed various activities with friendliness and coop
eration so that the year, 1943, will be remembered as a successful one.
The League was sponsored by Miss Alice Jones, and two faculty members, Miss Ruth Stickle an
Miss Naomi Larson.
Top Row: Frances Bradbury, Frances Appleby, Stella McMasters, joan Erickson, Betty Norris, Barbara Bullis, Mary Isaacson, Helen Dale Cabeen, jo
Seaburg, Evelyn Lieber.
Second Row: Elaine Miller, Roberta Ingersoll, Virginia Gray, Dorothy Harris, Alta Dunlevy, Shirley Larsen, Katherine Felt, Helen Suydam, Hel
Barrow, Colleen Haggerty, Shirley Cunningham.
First Row: Marjorie Nelson, Marjorie Watson, Phyllis Ransom, Virginia Norquist, Peggy Megginson, Carol Tourtellott, Marilyn Woolsey, Mary Re
schler, Jackie Frymire, Bernadine W'alters, Lois Willer.
Mr. Damberg, Dick Firth, Mr. Snyder, Clark Highlander, Dick Champion,
Bob W'alters, Mr. Bednar, Russ Sroerzbaeh.
With the current year of World strife emphasizing civilian awareness of defense strength, the Boys'
'orum adopted the theme, "Victory through Courtesy, Endurance and Discipline." For the first time
1 many years, the Forum conducted a formal membership drive exacting yearly dues. The membership
ampaign resulted in a 100'fQ boy enrollment.
One representative from every advisory composed the cabinet. This group of boys, forty in num-
er, functioned on four separate committees. Acting in ofhcial capacities were Russell Stoerzbach,
'residentg Richard Firth and Clark Highlander, program chairmen, Bob Walters, secretary, and
Lichard Champion, treasurer.
The programs for the year placed a special emphasis on information concerning military services.
Jne of the outstanding programs of the year was a demonstration staged by the Knox R. O. T.'C.
The faculty sponsors who guided the boys in the year's activities were Mr. Frank Snyder, Mr. Roy
Bamberg and Mr. Charles Bednar.
op Row: Carroll McClure, Eugene Camper, Stanley Horton, Lupe Higareda, Marvin Fuller, Earle Ayers, Howard Burford, Chuck Wetherbee, Pete
eighton, Bob Swanson, Gerry Olson.
cond Row: Bob Bloomberg, Jack Pihl, Everett Swagert, Bob Pennington, Bill Wake, Tom Poole, Rodney Goff, joe Valero, Bob Garrett, Bob Dilley,
rst Row: Bob Marks, John Lindroth, Don Ewing, Howard Wagher, Bill Loring, Bob Williams, Gene Dulaney, Bob Luttrell, Ted Lindberg, Wayne
hnson, George Lundeen, Bill Raich, Bob Crawford.
lfditor-in-Chief Alan MgCl ll d di
. i ' e an iscusses tlie previous wcek's editio
with the llditorial Board consisting of: Seated ffrom left to riglitj
Harriett Cline, Alice Rodeger, Janet XVynn, joan Zeldcs, Kennet
Cooper. Standing-Gordon Robertson, Alan McClelland, George Tlmye
Staff Members: Joan Walters, Anna Sophia Staff Members: Seated are Bettie johnson Staff Members: Seated, Sylvia Freberg, Gar-
johnson, Crosiar Bower, Yvonne Ulilmann, and Phyllis Johnson. Standing, Jerry john- net Brooks. Standing, Betty Harler, Kent
Bob Barnes. ston, George Hnsselbacher, Elaine Miller, Swedlund, Frank Hilton.
JAY: Any Thursday, 3rd period.
'LACE: Any classroom in G. H. S.
BIME: Five minutes before the closing bell.
TCTION: The door opens and in walks a
fright, smiling boy who carries a big bun-
ile in his arms. He hands it to the teacher
vho draws from it a newspaper and holds
ne up just as we catch a glimpse of some
ig black letters which say-what do you
hink?-THE BUDGET! An excited look
f suspense is manifested on the faces of all
he students who are anxious to find out-
Who's presented this week?',, "Are the
arts cast for the play yet?", "What,s on
'ourth R Saturday?n, etc.
Such might be the scene in any classroom
uring third period on Thursdays, for it
fas at that time, throughout the school
ear, that the Budget came to every student
abscriber. Under the editorship of Alan
'IcClelland, assisted by Gordon Robertson,
his year's Budget has again left an indelible
ame for itself chalked up on the board of
iccessful school activities.
It has succeeded with its scoops and up-
o-date news, as before, in keeping the stu-
ent in close contact with the school. Out-
:anding among the year's issues were the
olorful Yuletide issue, the Valentine issue,
nd the ever-humorous literary farce, the
pril-Fool issue. The addition of more
aps and pictures on the sports page of the
ublication was an outstanding improve-
ment in the appearance.
Hats off to the editor, to Miss Vesta
leach, Budget advisor, and to all those who
antributed in completing another busy
ear of literary success.
Budget Advisors Miss Keaeh and Mr. Dambcrg as seen setting
type for a Budget edition. Advertising Manager Annette For-
strom with Circulation Manager Marjorie Hawthorne and Busi-
ness Manager Ann Parks.
Staff Members: Seated, Barbara Christy, Staff Members: Seated, Shirley Becker, jack Staff Members: Seated, Edna.MergenthalCf,
Dolores Finley. Standing, Les Bond, Alice White, Marilyn XVoolsey. Standing, john Wfyllie Shimel. Standing, Bloise Thompson,
Adolphson, Bob Frecse. Erickson, Jack Haight, Marilyn Gettamy, Bob Sullivan.
Top Row: Barb Atwood, Betty Jean Dutton, Lois Holloway, Florence
Lowe, lid Luttrcll, Glenn Nelson.
Bottom Row: Vanece Nelson, Ginny Peterson, Russ Stoerzbaeli, Everett
Swagert, Rosemary Swanson, Lois Willer.
Editorial Board: Shirley Perardi, editorg Miss Laura Matlacls, advisory
Dick Spelar, assistant cditorq Glenna Herron, art editorq Mr. Donaldson,
advisorg Chuck Fifield, business manager.
JoAnn, Leola . d
, an Gloria search tlaroui,l1
the files for clas ' f '
S ln OFITIIIUOD.
This book marks the thirty-sixth edition of the Reflector. With the guidance of Miss Matlack,
editorial and art advisor, and Mr. Donaldson, business mentor, the staff has brought you another record
bf a year of your school life. Shirley Perardi, editor-in-chief, Chuck Fifield, business manager, Dick
Bpehr, assistant editor, and Glenna Herron, art editor, have worked together with the advisors 'and
:he staff to edit a yearbook intended to reflect school life in a war year. Credit should be given, too,
:o George Thayer Who did some special photography work.
A visitor paying a visit to the Reflector room at night after school, would have seen numerous mem-
oers of the staff gathered about the room working on copy, page layouts, plans for pictures, mounting
Jr other of the tasks which a yearbook staff encounters.
Many of you will remember the candy stand in the halls, the matinee dances, the selling of candy
ind ice cream at the games, and the Reflectavue as activities of the Reflector staff. These projects
iided in securing capital for the publishing of the book, and were ambitiously carried out by the staff.
The ice was broken for the new staff at the first part of the year by a Weiner roast, and later in the
spring another get-together in the form of a picnic was held. These social activities helped to make the
itaff Work well together.
Although conditions arose which prevented this year,s book from being bigger, We hope We have
1ucceeded in giving you a valuable book. You might call this year's Reflector your "Victory Issuef'
We hope that you will remember it as having been a War edition and that in the future you can look
Jack on your years at G. H. S. through the medium of this, your 1943 Reflector.
Helen Jeanette and Marilyn tell Bill Dick, Bob, and Chuck seek ideas for Dorothy, Pat, and Ifvar plan page
about their picture plans. sports pages. layouts for the music pages.
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Something new has been added
to the old saying Reading, 'Riting,
and ,Rithmeticg it's a Fourth R-
'With the Words, t'Galesburg
High School is on the air,"
every Saturday morning at eleven
o'clock, the Fourth R radio pro-
gram takes to the ether waves
over the facilities of radio station
The Fourth R staff this year,
under the supervision of Gordon DiMm,gvf.Put U ,.,rC W ,rcss i 4,,1 in in-T di rcct S Cl,,,i,,,,m
Robertson and Mrs. Marjorie Bolt,
faculty sponsor, presented com-
edies featuring Would-be stars,
dramas based on actual or fiction-
al happenings and sneak previews of the Galesburg High School stage productions.
The Fourth R programs, entirely student Written, produced and enacted,
climaxed by an hour long production from the stage of Galesburg High School.
audience for this broadcast was the entire student body of the school.
Producing-W'ith "G:1lesburg High School is on the air," actors Alan McClelland, Mary Isaacson, Jerry
Johnston, janet VVynn, and Gordon Robertson get ready for their cues while Bob Simmen masters the
XVriting-Scriptwriters Harler and liroirlsing ponder on ntxt weekls script.
Snplnaiiore Squad: Standing, jack Brooking, Charles House, Bob Slznmgn, Dick Nlawby. Seated, I
Jaan Xliddaugh, Tlieodora Stiarwalt, Iflhel Rogers.
D E ll E
Of vital importance to everyone was this year,s topic, "Resolved: That a world
federal government should be established."
The fourth annual local tournament was held in December with thirteen schools
from Illinois and Iowa entered. Galesburg tied for second place. In the Augustana
Tournament, held at Rock Island February Hfth and sixth, in competition with
twenty-four schools, Galesburg failed to place with four out of twelve decisions. At
the Northwest Conference Tournament at Monmouth, February twentieth, Galesburg
shared second place with Kewanee.
To create interest and provide speaking experience, the debaters promoted an
intra-mural discussion contest in the fall. The winning teams, composed of Mary
Alice Wilkins and Beverlee Pittman, afhrmative, and Theodora Stiarwalt and Barbara
Bullis, negative, all represent advisory 305.
The season was concluded with the usual debaters' party and the awarding of "GU
pins. The Shoemaker award was presented to the outstanding senior debater of the
junior Debaters Peterson, Firth and Barnes Debate Coach Bean Senior Squad: Standing, Harold Burkhalter
ponder over a tnpie. Gene Schwilek. Seated. Celeste Anderson
Helen Jeanette Holmquist.
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Time marches back! Audi
torium curtains opened on th
Reflector,s annual musical spec
tacle this year with the landin
of Columbus. This exhibition o
wit, humor, and music portrayei
the history of America as seen b
a high school boy and girl an
Pop Anderson, the proprietor o
a soda fountain.
This year dual pianists fur
nished the music in place of th
Important milestones in his
tory such as the First Thanks
giving, Paul Revere's Ride, th
Declaration of Independenci-
the Gold Rush and the Worl
War were relived by the audi
ence. Several novelty number
among which were the "Boys'
Three jerks in a joint
XY"ilson's I4 minus 2 points
XY'altzers of the old South
lick Chorus, the Bathing Beauty
gelles, Vernon and Irene Castle,
he Floradora Sextet, and Wil-
on's Fourteen Points added col-
nrful panorama of American
The finale symbolized the
Jnited Nations' combined ef-
orts for victory and the flags of
hese 31 allies were displayed on
he stage with Columbia high-
ighting the scene.
Over three hundred Galesburg
iigh School students assisted in
he production, with over one
nundred appearing on the stage
luring the course of the produc-
Mr. Xvilliam Allen, speech
nstructor, directed this year's
The anvil chorus plus .1 horse?
l Bevy of beautiful b.1rm.iids
DR MATIC D P Pi MEN
TUNS UF MONEY
The final curtain of the initial play of the year disclosed
to the audience the talents of the new G. H. S. dramatic
director, Mr. Wm. G. Allen.
In an English setting, the light comedy portrays the lives
of Aubrey Allington and his wife, Louise, a young married
couple who lived far beyond their financial means. Several
other contrasting characters who duly contributed to the
uproarious scheme of the three-act farce are Sprules, the but-
ler, Miss Benita Mullett, Louise's conveniently deaf aunt, and
Simpson, the attractive parlormaid.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
flll Orcfer of AlijJ4'll7'Hllf'C'j
Sprules, a Butler ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,... . ., ,,,,,,, Jack Brooking
Simpson, a Parlormaid ,,,,,,,, ,t,,,,t,, J oan Zeldes
Miss Benita Mullett ,,t.., ,,,,t,,,t,,,,,,,, , ,, Norma Stigner
Louise Allington ,,,,,.,,,.t ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, B arbara Day
Aubrey Henry Maitland Allington ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, W Bob Barnes
Giles, a Gardener , ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,i...,,...., , ,,,t,,, Darwin Silver
James Chesterman, a Lawyer . , ,t,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, Jim Stout
jean Everard ,,,,,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, C eleste Anderson
Henry 7 ,,,, ...,,,. ...,,,,,.,, ,.,,,,, R i c hard Mawby
George Maitland ,..t.., ,..,..,, C larke Rhykerd
Mr. W'illiam Allen, director of all Senior High Theatc
Credit is due the following people who aide
in making the productions a success: Beverl
Clark, Beverly Burkhalter, Joan Westerhelc
Winnie Swallow, Kate Bryngelson, Harol
Burkhalter, Bob Anderson, Dorothy Stambaugl'
Mr. Damberg, Mr. Landon, Miss Matlack, Mis
Anderson, Mr. Brooking.
In the serene atmosphere of neutral Switzerland, girls
from hostile nations meet and live together while attend-
ing a finishing school for young ladies.
Poland, Germany, United States, France, and England
are represented in the school by young girls from each of
The bias emotions of each country, reflected in the
letters received by the girls, brought conflicts and much
disagreement among the girls.
Because Erna, a German girl, was the only student
representative of the Nazi ideals, a feeling of hatred and
bitterness developed toward her.
In this Way an attempt is made to explain the tolerance
one should show for other nationalities even when their
governments are at war. Mr. Allen's direction of the play
brought home this point with unusual sharpness.
The vital inner meaning of the play was cleverly
woven in among a gay and modernistic setting of fur-
niture, artistically designed and made by the G. H. S.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Olga Kirinski, a Polish student ...., Mary Isaacson
Gustave, the caretaker ,,,,.... ....... ....... D o n Light
Erna Schmidt, a German student ,njanet Wynn
Gretchen Linder, a teacher.. s,,, Bettie johnson
Hans Schmidt, E1'na's brotherm .. Jim Stout
Margaret, the cook s,,,., .. ......... Jackie Frymire
Mrs. Hunter, the headmistressn , Radah Telford
Bingo Hill, an American student .,Cecile Smith
Felice Renoir, a French student . Carrie McLauglin
Sally Jackson,an American student Betty Hallberg
Marion Curwood, an English
student , . .,,,, ,,
Francois, the postman
Koppler, a policeman H ,
IETTE I TU IUCES
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CU E LET lll DURE HI
The Mother ,,,, H ,
Ezra, .1 Judenn shepherd
Simeon, a shepherd ,,,,
Llosias, .1 shepherd . .
Gaspar ,,,,, ,,
An Innkeeper ,
A Boy, his servant W.,
Martha, his daughter ,,,, ,,
Julius, 11 Roman ofhcer , Y, Y..V
First Soldier, of the Roman Army ,,,,,,,
Second Soldier ,,,,.. H ,,,,,,,., . ..,,,,,,,,
,. Joyce Tourtellott
,W , Kent Swedlund
., Charles House
, , ,,Kenneth Wootlson
, jack Brooking
, Frank Hilton
W Glenn Deweese
,,,, Errolene Clark
, ,,,,,,,,. Clark Rhykerd
, ,,,,,,,,,, Bill Raich
Joseph, of the House of David ,,,r ,,rr,,,, , ..gHar0ld Burkhalter
Mary, his Wife ., ,,,,,,,,,r ,..,, . mn
First Angel ,,,,,,,, ....,.,
Second Angel ,,,,, ,,
Mary Louise Tinkham
"O Come All Ye Faithful"
"O Iirrle Town of liethleheml'
The Christmas play, centered around the birth
of Christ, was given in a religious atmosphere of
lighted candles, a darkened stage, and the soft
music of Christmas carols sung by the choir.
The scenery and costume of the characters added
to the Worshipful mood of the program.
The opening scene revealed a mother telling
her small child the age-old Christmas story. Sig-
nificant scenes were realistically enacted and
they portrayed the true spirit of the Christmas
The star revealing itself to the shepherds on
the hill and the Christ Child in the manger were
two of the scenes that high-lighted the perform-
ance. Commendable portraits painted by the
characters Were the result of hard work and out-
standing direction. The Work and time spent in
preparation of such a program were Worthily
appreciated by the audience.
A delightful comedy, "Best Foot Forwardf' was
hosen for the annual senior p .y
la . ln a private boys'
chool, Winsocki, the story unravels. Complications
,rise when Bud, the main character and also one of the
' d. tes
tudents of the school, discovers that he has two '1
for the spring prom, namely, Gale Joy, a lovely movie
tar and Helen, his best girl.
XVith a large cast of good parts well-enacted, t is
:right play where yo
iilarious situation all within one stage.
uth and pleasure meet unfolds a
BEST FOOT FOBWABO
Dutch Miller .. ., ,,,., ., ,.,, ,,,, , Russell Stoerzbach
Hunk Hoyt ,,,. .
Chuck Green .,
Old Grad .,
Dr. Reeber H
Miss Smith ,,,,,,,
Minerva ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Miss Delaware W'ater
The Blind Date
Bud Hooper ,,,,,s . ,,
Gale joy , ,.,,
Jack Haggerty , .
I .,,,,,, Bob E. Grogan
Clarinefx-Dick Firth, Mary Mead, Jack Haight, Myron Hinebaugh, Bob Sullivan, XVarren XX'erntr, Bill Loring, Mary Tinkham, Rodney Goff, Kei:
Sand, Beverly Powell, Rose Dixon, ,Ioan XValters, Russell Barstow, Bill jewsbury, Darold Cash. l:fIlfll5lHElCH Holmquist, Rose Ann Adolphson. Ollo
-Bill Raieh, Grace Boons. A110 Cflizrimf-Norma Stigner. Buss Clurfmff-Fred Steller. Bczxxooux-Betty jean Dutton, Lois Hampton. Sruopflrnzrx-
Dolores Finley, jim Evans, Clarence Morquith, Howard Sundberg. Troulbrzziex-Alice Adolphson, Mildred Strader, Paul Davis, john liriekson, Georg
jones. Terror' Suxopbwlex-jini Stout, XVanda Schwanke. BtlV'ff0lIt' Siu-Harold Larson. Burifrxma-Phyllis Ransom, Velma DeW'eese. I'I0ru.v-P
Youngren, Dick Powers, Junior Osborn, Joan Seaberg. T7lll7Il7t'fSiD3lC Kirnpton, Bob Simmen, George Cridland, Bob Dilley, Ted Lindberg, Iils
Howard, Barbara XVade, Kate Bryngelson, Normalee Miles, Ifleanor Tracy, Dick Kiernan. Somujwfaoru'-Lawrence Peterson, Quentin Sharp, Gale Broc
IJVIHIIX--'JJCR B.own, Charles Sutton, Rrmld Dyer, B.b Barnes, Bob Ross, Ronald Carlson. Di1'r'i'lor-Mr. Edwin Lantz.
One of the outstanding features of every Galesbur
High football game is the performance between halves o
Galesburg High's marching band. Under the direction o-
Mr. Edwin Lantz, the band has become very adept an
turning square corners, keeping lines straight, makin
diHicult formations and at the same time playing stirrin
strains of America,s favorite marches.
There are sixty-five smartly uniformed members, wit
two high-stepping drum majorettes, Betty Jean Dutto
and Rose Marie Dixon. Because of transportation difli
culties the band will be unable to enter competition wit
other Illinois schools. However, the same high standaro
of good music that are achieved by these contests are ro
tained in the daily rehearsals of the band. Besides playin
at all high school games, the band was a guest of a Kno
College football game, it has marched for many down
Maiwfvtw Berry Jw Durwn and R050 Marie Dixon town parades, and the biggest thrill was playing for th
Navy "EU award presentation at Midwest Manufacturin
Company. A selected group of musicians from the ban
was present, playing the music representative of ou
various branches of service.
On April fifteenth the band was presented for a Victory Concert. On the program were: "
a Persian Marketf' by an Englishman, Albert W. Ketelbyg two compositions by Americans, "On T
Trailu by Ferde Grofe, and 'tPanamericana,' by Victor Herbert. The latter being very apropos as Pa
American Day was observed on the fourteenth of April.
Violins-Dorothy Bashum, Anna johnson, ,Ioan Bogren, Bernadine XValters. Bob Bloomberg, Dorothy Carlson, Frank Hilton, Betty Dughman, Halbert
Gillette, Beverly Vogt, Bob Campbell, Everett Stewart, Charles Baker. Gloria Stanbary. Violin-joan Middaugh. Betty XVhite. 'Crllox--Earl Mathias,
Velma DcXY'eese, Billie Brush. Siriug Btz.-x-I,aDonna Deming, Mary Vfilkins. Iilnlr--Marjorie Hawthorne. Offoi'-Bill Raith, Cli11'if1i'Ix-livar Swan-
son, XY'arren XVerncr. Bisxxnuiz-Betty ,lean Dutton. Horus-Pat Youngrcn, Phyllis Ransom. Tl'llIIIfH'f.S1KJKC Bryngelson, Bob Simmen. TYVOIIIIIIIIIAF-
lPaul Davis. Sf,lrmfvlmfzi'-Lawrenee Peterson. Drzimr-Bob Barnes, ,lack Biown. Piimr,-Beverly Berry. Diwrfor-Nlr. Lantl.
As the melodious strains of Tschaikowsky's "Sleeping
Beauty Waltz" fades into the distance, the curtains close
on a performance rendered by the Galesburg High School
This performance is typical of the many given
throughout the school year by the orchestra, consisting of
thirty-six players. Many musical assemblies were presented
during the year to various grade school and junior high
school audiences. Cn January 22, 1943, a concert was
given for the senior high school. This program included
many difficult and well-played numbers.
A Hne performance was given by the orchestra at its
ilnitial appearance of the year for the Knox County
eachers' Institute, October 29. The program included
the waltz, "Straussiana"g "Longing"g "Marionettes,'g "O
Sole Mio", "In a Monastery Gardenf, and "Cannibal
The orchestra is composed of four main types of in-
struments: the woodwind group includes two clarinets,
one oboe, one flute, one bassoon. The brass group consists M,-, L,1ntZ,djrggf0r .,f qg,,ic,i,.,.g High gcimi ima and .,,Ci,C,,m.
of two trumpets, two French horns, one trombone, one
sousaphone. The string group is made up of fifteen violins, two violas, three 'cellos, and three string
basses. The percussion unit consists of both kettle and snare drums.
Due to transportation restrictions, the district, sectional, and state music contests were not held this
year. This was a sad blow to the orchestra as it was hoping to better last year,s rating of second in the
The orchestra elected Earl Mathias to act in the capacity of president. "Buzz" presided over all
of the meetings, and was aided by the vice-president, Marjorie Hawthorne. Betty Dughman was elected
io the office of secretary, while Bob Simmen held the position of treasurer.
If X II J
"Music hath charms," once wrote
a famous musician. It does have
charms whenever sung by such a
group as we have in our own high
school, namely, the a cappella choir.
Mr. Donald Chlsen who directs
the choir, composed of fifty-three
mixed voices, succeeded early in the
year in organizing a new and much
larger body of singers who worked
together for blend and harmony.
Along with hard work resulting
in praiseworthy performances and
many musical activities, the choir
found time to enjoy itself when it
experienced two very delightful
social events, one, a Christmas tea
Regional Teachers Institute
Hitchcock junior High School
Churchill Junior High School
Lombard junior High School
Trinity Lutheran Church
4-I-I Club Banquet
D. A. R.
Junior WOH1CH,S Club
dance, and the other, the annual
The choir officers for the year
were: President, Shirley Ann Grettag
Vice-President, Kenneth Woodson,
Secretary, Lois Kemp, Librarians,
Mr. Donald Ohlsen, director of the Choir
Florence Lowe Qfor girlsj , Bob Goad
Qfor boysjg Robe Mistress, Barbara c
Co nmencem 'nt
N PPELL CHOIR
lst Row: A. Cordell, M. Montgomery, B. jeffords, M. Wells, N. Harris, S. johnson, B. Burkhalter, I.. Kemp, I. Mattson, C. Tourtellott, NI. Magnuson
M. Osborn. 2nd Row: R. Lundeen, AI. Hover, D. Stambaugh, S. MCMasters, B. Rosine, F. Lowe, S. Gretta, H. Cline, P. Short, O. Binge, L. Rainey,
3rd Row: Sperry, B. Baldwin, B. Burkhalter, B. Hallbcrg, K. Cooper, B. Wlike, VV. Rosine, H. Gillette, E. Camper, D. Kimpton, Top Row: C
Montgomery, B. Cond, j. Albro, B. Luker, O. Green, K. XVoodson, XV. johnson, C. House, F. Hilton, R. Hoffman, If. Stone, E. Norquist, Sharp, D.Kiernan
U TIC UUDf
The 1943 musical production included four types of music-sacred, concert, popular, patriotic.
"ChapelU mood was carried through very impressively in the form of a regular church service, com-
plete with minister and soloists.
The second mood was entitled "Concert,' in which was performed the cantata, "Song of Man,', by
Gilbert Purcell. The audience showed than it was stirred by the professional way in which the choir
sang this difficult piece of music.
In the third portion of the performance, both popular and semi-popular melodies were sung by
various special groups in the mood called "Cabana,' in which was also featured the dance sequence,
'Rhumbaf' performed by a group of ten. Outstanding in this mood was a feature in which Mr. Ohlsen
aimself takes part. Rosemary Lundeen and he blended the harmonies of two pianos when they played
Chabier's "Rhapsody Espanolef,
FLITUIRE PAH EHS
UF A lEl'.llIA
The liuture liarmers of America
were nniong the most active of
sehool org,ini7.itions this year. The
elub bo.isted of over fifty members
.ind eueh individual had his own
All of the members helped the
w.1r effort by encouraging students
of the sehool to grow Victory Ciu-
dens to relieve the n.itionwide food
Ollieers for the two semesters
were: lst semester - President,
NY'.iyne Glass: Viee-President. Nlflll
riee G.1rm.in3 Seeretary, Bob llirlsil
iniong Treasurer, Harold NY'itherell.
Serving forthe second semester were:
President, ,loe l:.llI'l7.1ll'l1Q Viee-Presi-
dent, Wendell Terpening: Secretary,
lSob Pdrkinsong 'l're.isurer, Kenneth
lfdwardson, with Mr. Ray Pe.1rt tht
HU1 Ull LEAGUE
The Xlusie Honor League is enm-
posed of students in the music de-
partment who .ire interested in solc
or ensemble work. Anyone who but
participated in the solo or ensembli
eomest during the gust two year'
xxqis eligible ,is .1 elmrter member
New members were admitted upoi
performing before the club ns .
soloist or in nn ensemble.
Meetings were held bi-weekly unc
L1 program consisting of IHLlSlCQl
numbers by the members was pre-
The otiieers: President, Dorothy
Sf.ll1'lb.lL1gll, Yiee-President, liar
Nl.1thi.is, Secretary, Betty Jean Dut
5 HIJE ULLII3
Mrs. Velma Whipple inaugurated a
ew organization this year when, in
anuary, the Garden Club was form-
i. The group met every other week.
Pardening and soil Conservation were
iudied by the members. Several of
ie students in this group started gar-
ns and were successful in their ef-
rts to grow plants and vegetables.
Refrigeration was one of the many
Dpics discussed by the Chemistry Club
'hich was under the leadership of Mr.
hn Phillips. The twenty-five mem-
rs met weekly and several of them
resented reports to the group on sub-
tcts in chemistry pertaining to the
'ar. As a project, a small incendiary
omb was made and its structure and
hemical make-up were discussed by
This year the Physics Club, advised
y Mr. john Aitchison, was composed
f two separate units. Because of the
Lrge enrollment for the club after-
oon and evening organizations were
Radio and electricity were the sub-
ects that were dealt with, and experi-
ients with various types of radio
quipment and electrical apparatus
Mr. Aldus, director of Visual
Top Row: Mario Medina, Bob
Gagg, Roy Morling, Ted Lind-
2nd Row: Don Light, Virgil
Hagan, Friend Albright, Phil
Hayes, Eugene Hallstrom, Don
Holman, Ted Beauchamp.
lst Row: Bill jewsbury, Charles
Haussmann, Dick Stegall, Ralph
Fredrickson, Hugh W'hite.
One ofthe many educational opportunities offered to students in Galesburg High School is th
Visual Aids department. Under the supervision of Mr. Aldus, films have been shown throughout th
year in every department. These educational iilms have been scheduled so that they will fit in witl
the topic being studied. The operators of the machines are boys who are interested in this type of Wori
and are willing to give their time during their free periods.
No organization at Gales-
burg Senior High School does
more to give the school a
good corridor appearance
than the cadets. They deserve
much credit for their service
to the school.
Their main duties are to
collect attendance slips, run
errands, keep the halls or-
derly, distribute special an-
nouncements, and supervise
This year the cadets were
headed by Jack White the
first semester and Jerry Olson
during the second semester.
Top Row: Fverett Swagert, George Hasselbaeker, Clark Rhykerd, james Tabone, Charles Sutto
Charlotte Schriber, ,loan Erne, Evar Swanson, LaVerne Donaldson.
3rd Row: Deana Erickson, E. Stewart, Charles McCulloch, XVundell Terpening, Bill Hudgel, Dona
Light, jerry Olson, Beverly Scott, Allen Mann, Bob Dredge, Fred Stellar, Myron
NVhite, Ralph Stinson.
2nd Row: Shirley Anderson, Irene Jacobs, Barbara Ellickson, Loretta Cunningham,
Dorothy Cozad, Betty Hallberg, Marilyn Turner, Marcia Franklin, Marilee Ehlen, Dorothy Gumr
Blanche NVeir, Shirley Gustafson, Norma Payne, Phyllis Staats, Elizabeth johnson.
lst Row: Constance Clapp, Barbara Corzatt. Charlotte Cushman, Virginia Hoaglan
liloise Thompson, Audrey DeBois, Barbara Jetfords, Beatrice Swartout, Lois Kemp,
lett, Betty Mortenson, Betty Snell, Leslie Long, Doris Gladson, Virginia Deal.
d, Carolyn Lop'
W'illa Dee Bran'
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Hcavv dam lllllilghlu
Typivaul I I H Hull'
",xh11ss" , , N Y N
mlh Tymffall MHS U
l,uol.1 Raincy .mul "Squirt" fQl'LJg.lI1
he annual physical education festival held April
, 1943 in the Steele Gym. The qualifications
hat were considered by the students in choosing
osemary as their queen were: dependability,
character, service to the school, and participation
' s. Rosemary proved to be outstanding
Rosemary Lundeen reig
in all of these.
The queen,s court was composed of Lois Ann
lLundeen, a sophomore, Barbara Christy, a jun-
' e Peavy and Lois
lor, and two seniors, Mary Jan
The purpose of the P. E. Festival is to demon-
strate to the public the activities of the gym
Elasses during the year. Dancing, both tap and
olk, boys' and girls' calisthenics, tumbling, first
aid, and rope skipping were the activities that
made up the program for the evening.
Queen and Court: Mary Jane
Pcavy, Lois Ann Lundeen, Rosc-
mary Lundecn, Barbara Christy,
JACU UELINE FHYMI IIE
August I4, H125 ....
Ap.-al IT7, 19412
Forgive my grief for one removed,
Thy creature, Whom I found so fair.
I trust she lives in thee, and there
I find her worthier to be loved.
'k if VK'
I hold it true, Whate,er befallg
I feel it, when I sorrow mostg
'Tis better to have loved and lost
Than never to have loved at all.
-from "In Memoriamn
by Alfred Lord Tennyson
1 1 0
Garnet, 15, 67, 70
Frances, 15, 29
Jack, 30, 82, 83
Abrahamson, Bob, 14, 24, 55, 56, 87
Abrahamson, Marilyn, 38
Adams, Mary Louise, 30
Adcock, Richard, 30, 86
Adcock, Shirley, 30
Adkisson, Gay, 76
Adolphson, Alice, 14, 71, 77, 82, 86
Adolphson, Roseanne, 38, 82
Aitchison, Mr. John, 10, 56
Albright, Frien , 38, 88
Albro, James, 30, 54, 76, 84, 85
Alderson, John, 14
Brubaker, Bob, 31
Brush, Billie Jo, 31,
Brush, Clara Belle,
e, Helen, 15
Bryngelson, Helen Kate, 38, 58, 59,
61, 82, 83
Bullis, Barbara, 38,
Bullis, Tom, 38
Burford, Howard, 14, 24, 69, 87
Burkhalter, Beverly. 14, 20, 84, 85
rry, 30, 77
Aldus, Mr. Harry, 10, 88
10 Alexander, Eileen, 38
Allen, Mr. XVilliam, 10, 78
Celeste, 14, 49, 64, 75,
Bliss Hazel, 10, 13, 66, 67
Juanita, 14, 30
Lydia, 30, 80
Mary, 30, 60
Burkhalter, Bob, 31, 84, 85
Burnside, Terry, 38, 49
10 Cabeen, Helen Dale, 38, 58, 68
10 Calderone, Bernice, 38, 58, 59
12 Campbell, Donald, 14
12 Campbell, Ph llis, 14
11 Campbell, Robert, 83
11 Camper, Eugene, 31, 69, 84, 85
12 Camper, VVayne, 14
Carlson, Miss Frances, 11
Dorothy, 31, 83
Carlson? Lois, 15, 67, 68
Anderson, Miss Rachel, 10
Anderson, Robert, 30
Anderson, Roland, 38
Anderson, Mr. Ross, 46
Anderson, Shirley Ann, 14, 88
Annegers, Barbara, 30, 76
Applebey, Frances, 38, 68
Arie, Nellie, 38
Arnold, Mr. Don, 10, 13
Atwood, Barbara, 14, 67, 72
Averitt, Norma, 15
Ayers, Earle, 38, 69
Babbitt, Alice, 15
Babbitt, Joanne, 39
Bainbridge, Bernard, 15, 47, 65,
Baker, Charles, 83
Baldwin, Bill, 30, 60, 84, 85
Bandy, Homer, 14
Barbero, Reva, 39
Barlow, Theresa, 39, 88
Barnes, Bob, 30, 64, 65, 67, 70, 75,
77, 78, 82, 83
Barrow, Helen, 30, 67, 68, 77, 79, 87
Barstow, Russell, 14, 82
Barstow, Richard, 39
Bashum, Dorothy, 39, 83, 86
Bateman, Agatha, 38
Baughman, Nedra, 30
Beauchamp, Ted, 38, 88
Bean, lllr. Herbert, 10, 13, 75
Becker, Alden, 14
Becker, Shirley, 30, 71, 77, 85
Bednar, Mr. Charles, 10, 53, 57, 69
Belt, Betty Ruth, 58, 76
Bengtson, Jan, 38
Bennington, Mr. VV'illiam, 10, 49
Benson, Marian, 14
Berge, Bonnie, 14, 76
Bergwall, Lorraine, 30
Berry, Betty Jean, 30, 76, 86
Berry, Beverly, 30, 83
Bevard, Donna, 14
Bevard, Floyd, 38
Binge, Jeanette, 30
Binge, Oma, 15, 76, 84, 85
Bishop, Bruce, 30, 75
Blair, Carlene, 38
Bledsoe, Clettus, 15, 85
Bloomberg, Robert, 30, 69, 83
Blust, Verna, 15
Boettcher, Nellie, 15
Bogard, Janet, 30, 60
Bogard, hyllis, 38
Bogren, Joan, 30, 83
Bolt, Mrs. Marjorie V
Bond, Charles, 14, 20, 46
Bond, Leslie, 10, 67, 71, 77
Boone, Grace, 30, 82, 86
Bower, Crosiar, 30, 52, 65, 67, 70
Bowles, June, 14
Bowman, Eileen, 14
Boyd, Earl, 38, 49, 52, 53
Boydstun, John, 38
Bradbury, Alberta, 30
Bradbury, Frances, 38, 58, 68
Bradley, Jeanne, 39
Bramlett, XVilladee, 14, 88
Brashear, Willa, 14
Braselton, Marilyn, 30
Bray, Delsenia, 85
Brent, Dorothy, 39, 87
Brock, Gale, 39, 82
Brodine, Carolyn, 30
Brodine, Robert, 14, 23, 46, 65,
Brooking, Mr. Thomas, 10
Brooking, Jack, 39, 65, 74, 75, 78,
Carlson, Lynette, 31, 60
Carlson, Norma, 38
Carlson, Norman, 15
Carlson, Ronald, 38, 82, 86
Carmadie, Patsy, 31
Carpenter, Dorothy, 39, 77
Cash, Darold, 31, 82
Catron, Lucille, 39
Cawhorn, Norma, 39
Cecil, Mildred, 15
Cederoth, Gail, 31
h m ion Richard
15 69 73
C a p , y -, ,
Chapman, Mary-Ellen, 31
Cherrington, Irvin, 16
Cheeseman, Virginia, 39
Christoflerson, lice, 39
Christensen, Veda, 38
Christy, Barbara, 31, 57, 58, 60, 65,
67, 71, 76, 91
Cills, Nlac, 38 ,
Clapp, Constance, 31, 88
Clark, Beverly, 16, 27, 67, 81
Clark, Errolene, 38, 80
Clark, Margaret, 16, 76
Clay, Forrey, 31, 54, 87
Clayton, Arnold, 31 I
Cline, Harriett, 31, 67, 70, 84, 85
Cole, Billy, 16, 76
Cole, Howard, 17
Collenson, Marilyn, 17
Collopy, Alfred, 31
Cook, Arthur, 17
Cooley, Marjorie, 38
Cooper, Kenneth, 31, 65, 70, 84, 85
Cordell, Alice Belle, 17, 84, 86
Corzatt, Barbara, 17, 88
Courson, Alice, 17
Cowan, Bruce, 31
Cowan, Donna Jean,
Cozad, Dorothy, 38,
Coziahr Zola, 16
Craig, Glenn, 16
Crandell, Wayne, 38
Crawford, Robert, 38, 69, 86
Crayton, Patricia, 38
Creighton, Pete, 16,
23, 69, 81
Cridland, George, 31, 54, 76, 82, 86
Crouse, Earl, 16
Cullera, Fanny, 39
Cunningham, Loretta, 17, 88
Cunningham, Shirley, 31, 68
Curran, Robert M., 31
Cushman, Charlotte, 17, 88
Dahlstrom, Marjorie, 31, 77, 80
Damberg, Mr. Roy, 10, 13, 69, 71
Danielson, Charles, 38, 49 '
Danner, VVilbur, 17,
Darrah, Gerry, 58, 60
Davidson, Joan, 38, 60, 77
Davis, Herman, 15, 17
Davis, Paul, 82, 83
Davis, Shirley B,, 17
Davis, YVinona, 39
Dawson, Marjorie, 1
Day, Barbara, 16, 64, ss, 67, 78,81
Deal, Virginia, 31, 88
DeBois, Audrie, 16, 88
Delawder, Velma, 16
Deming, LaDonna, 31, 83, 86
Denniston, Betty, 16
Dilley, Robert, 31, 69, 82
DiPrima, Gloria, 31, 60, 76
Dixon, Paul, 31
Dixon, Roberta, 31
Dixon, Rose Marie, 31, 60, 77, 82
DeWeese, Glen, 80
DeWVeese, Velma, 39, 82, 83, 86
Donaldson, Mr. LeRoy, 11, 13, 72, 86
Donaldson, James, 17
Donaldson, LaVerne, 88
Donaldson, Shirley, 38
Domdey, Dwaine, 38
Dredge, Robert, 17, 24, 56, 67, 76,
Dremman, Mr. Mike, 11, 46, 54
Driscoll, Jean, 17
Dugan, Wayne, 38
Dughman, Betty, 32, 60, 83
Dulaney, Gene, 17, 69
Dulaney, Jim, 32
Dunkle, Lillian, 17, 65
Dunlevy, Alta, 17, 27, 68, 76,81
Dupuy, Gladys, 32
Dupuy, VVayne, 38
Dutton, Barbara, 38
Dutton, Betty Jean, 16, 60, 72, 77,
82, 83, 86 '
Dyer, Ronald, 38, 49, 82
E'arel, Darlene, 16, 27, 77
Ebly, Betty, 32
Ec wall, Alice, 16
Edwardson, Kenneth, 86
Ehlen, Marilee, 16, 88
Ehlen, William. 38
Ehrenhardt, VVallace, 32
Ellickson, Barbara, 17, 88
England, Harley, 38
Erickson, Deanna, 17, 67
Erickson, Donald, 88
Erickson, Gene, 32
Erickson, Joan, 38, 59, 68
Erickson, John, 71, 82
Erne, Joan, 17, 27, 88
Evans, Aloma, 39
Evans, Jim, 39, 46, 52, 53, 65, 82
Ewing, on, 17, 46, 54, 69, 76
Fairbairn, Joe, 17, 51, 57, 61, 65,
66, 67, 86, 87
Felt, Katherine, 16, 17, 68
Ferris, Eugene, 32
Finley, Dolores, 18, 71, 82, 86
Fitield, Chuck, 16, 18, 46, 67, 72
Firth, Dick, 32, 57, 67, 69, 75, 76,
Fleharty, Clarice, 32
Fletcher, Edward, 32
Fogarty, Maxine, 18, 24
Foote, Jeanette, 39
Forsburg, Helen, 32
Forstrom, Annette, 18, 71, 77
Foster, Audrey, 32
Fox, Russell, 18, 19, 50
Frakes, Bill, 32
Franklin, Marcia, 60, 88
Franson, Raymond, 32
Freberg, Sylvia, 32, 70
Fredrickson, Nadine, 18
Frederickson, Ralph, 88
Freese, Robert, 32, 59, 65, 71
Frymire, Jackie, 19, 68, 92
Fuller, Dean, 39, 49
Fuller, Marvin, 38
Furry, Steve, 38
Gabrielson, Shirley, 39, 58
Gagg, Robert, 39, 88
Gale, Mrs. Irma, 11
Garman, Dale, 39, 54, 86
Garman, Doris, 39, 58
Garman, Maurice, 19
Garrett, Richard, 32
Garrett, Robert, 19, 69, 87
Garst, Mr. Harry, 11, 13
Gawthrop, Janice, 19
Gerstenbcrger, Carolyn, 77
Gettem , Marilyn, 32, 71
Gibb, Iieanora, 32
Gibbs, Chuck, 32, 51, 52
Gifford, Monte, 18, 77
Gile, Ernie, 39
Gillette, Halbert, 32, 83, 84, 85
Gilmo're, Vedamae, 18
Gladfelter, Jean, 32
Gladfelter, Shirley, 18, 76
Gladson, Doris, 32, 88
Glass, Lillian, 39
Glass, WVayne, 18, 86
Glendenning, Phyllis, 32
Goad, Bob, 18, 80, 81, 84, 85
Goedeke, Bertha, 39
Gott, Rodney, 32, 69, 77, 82
Goodwin, Mr. William, 11, 13
Goudschaal, Robert, 32
Grabill, Paul, 39 -
Graham, Delbert, 38, 52, 53
Graham, NVilliam, 32, 87
Gray, Richard, 38
Gray, Virginia, 18, 68
Green, Oliver, 49, 84, 85
Green, Robert, 32, 87
Green, VVayne, 19
Greenquist, Arthur, 19
Greenwell, Lois, 39
Gregory, Joe, 39
Gretta, Shirley, 19, 27, 77, 84, 85
Griffith, Bob, 39, 49, 54
Gritl-ith, Eugene, 32
Griflith, Mr. John, 11, 13
Griffith, Lawrence, 39, 86
Grogan, Bob E'., 19, 47, 51, 81
Grogan, Robert CSqulrtJ, 15, 18,
50, 55, 65, 67, 87, 90
Gross, Edward, 32
Grossman, Jo Ann, 18, 67, 72, 76
Guenther, Helen, 39
Gumm, Dorothy, 32, 88
Gumm, Jack, .86
Gustafson, Shirley, 18, 88
Hagan, Virgil, 88
Hager, Eugene, 18
Haggenjos., Miss Carolyn, 9
Haggerty, Colleen, 32, 68, 76, 77
Haight, Jack, 18, 71, 82
Hallberg, Betty, 32, 58, 60, 77, 84, 88
Hallberg, William, 32, 47, 85-
Hallstrom, Arlene, 32
Hallstrom, Eugene, 18, 87, 88
Hamilton, Carl, 86
H3mEt0H, Lois, 33, 82
Han , Doris Mae, 19
Hand, Janice, 19
Hanson, Melvin, 39
Haraldson, Alice, 33
Harding, Eunice, 19, 58
Hardine, Margaret, 33
Harler, Betty, 33, 70, 74
Harris, Dorothy, 19, 68
Harris, Naomi, 18, 23, 84, 85, 86
Harris, Ro'dney, 33
Harshbarger, Mr. Royal, 11
Harshbargfr, Patricia, 33, 88
Hasselbac er, George, 18, 70, 88
Hasselbacker, Helen, 39
Hasselquist, Clarine, 18
Hatch, Eileen, 18
Hatch, Harr , 39
Haussman, Cyharles, 33, 88
Hawkinson, Richard, 18
Hawthorne, Marjorie, 33, 67, 71,
Hayes, Maybelle, 33
Hayes, Phil, 40, as
Haynes, Shirley, 40
Helder, Bob, 40, 49
Herrin, Dorothy, 40, 88
Herrington, Allen, 19, 4,7
Herron, Eldon, 40
Herron, Glenna, 19, 66, 67, 72
Hessler, Barbara, 42
Hester, Doris, 33
Hevland, Marjorie, 40, 59
Higareda, Lune, 33, 69
Highlander, Clark, 33, 47, 51, 52,
54, 65, 67, 69
Hilker, Miss Jeannette, 11, 13
Hilton, Frank, 40, 70, 77, 80, 83,
Hinchliff, Jack, 16, 19, 77
Hinebaugh, Myron, 19, 67, 82, 87, 88
Hoaglun , Virginia, 33, 77, 88
Hoff, Dale, 43
Hoffman, Glen, 40
Hoffman, Roger, 20, 84, 85
Hogan, Betty, 20, 24, 65, 76
Hohl, VVayne, 33
Holloway, Em, 56
Holloway, ois, 20, 72 '.
Holloway, Marilyn, 20, 66, 67, 68,
Holman, Don, 88
Holman, Rex, 16, 21, 87
Holmquist, Helen J., 21, 65, 66, 67,
73, 75, 76, 82 '
Hoots, Esther, 41
Hoots, Paul. 33
Horaney, Walter, 33
Horton, Stanley, 69
Hoskins, Alice, 21
Hough, Ethel, 40, 75, 80, 84, 85
Housel, Richard, 33, 52
Hover, Joan, 20, 29, 84
Howard, Dorothy, 33. 58
Howard, Elsie, 40, 82
Howland, Richard, 40, 86
Hoyt, Robert, 33. 46
Hudgell, Billy, 21, 88
Hudson, Gloria, 33
Humes, Dorothy, 21
Hunnicutt, Jean, 40
Hunter, James, 21
Husted, Miss Betty, 9
Hurbul, Beverly, 20
Imel, Arnold, 33
Ingersoll, Roberta, 33, 68
Ingram, Frances, 33
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Isaacson, Mary, 40, 58, 68, 74, 77, 79
Irvine, Miss Ellen
Jacobs, Irene, 20, 88
Jacobs, Katherine, 33
Jacobs, Lois, 20
Jacobs, Nora, 33
Jeffords, Barbara, 20, 77, 84, 85, 88
ewell, Polly, 21, 29, 76
ewsbury, NVilliam, 40, 82, 88
Johns, Margaret, 40
Johnson, Anna Sophia, 41, 70, 83
Johnson, Bettie, 33, 67, 70
Johnson, Betty, 21
Johnson, Charles, 33
Johnson, Dale, 16, 31, 67, 77
Johnson, Dean, 21
Johnson, Elizabeth, 21, 88
Johnson, Frank, 85
Johnson, Gene, 21
Johnson, Larry, 41
Johnson, Lucretia, 33, 64
Johnson, Margaret, 20
Johnson, Mr. Paul, 11, 13
ohnson, Phyllis, 33, 70
ohnson, Rodney, 20, 56
Johnson, Rose, 20
Johnson, Roy, 20, 27, 85, 86
Johnson, Shirley, 40, 84
Johnson, Virginia, 33, 77
ohnson, Virginia Lois, 21
ohnson, VVayne, 40, 69, 84, 85
Johnston, George fJerry7, 40, 70,
Jones, Miss Alice, 9, 64, 68
Jones, Margaret, 21, 58, 60
Jordan, Bob, 33
ordan, Dorothy, 21, 27, 58, 67,
ordan, Ted, 15, 21, 61
udd, Pauline, 21
udson, Barbara, 60, 85
Kainu, Miss, 12
Keach, Miss Vesta, 12, 71
Keene, Margaret, 33
Kelly, Jeanne, 40, 57, 59
Kemmer, Mildred, 41
Kemp, Lois, 20, 76, 84, 85, 86, 88
Kenned , Patricia, 33
Ke fordif Mertie Alice, 33
Kidlder, Lois, 41
Kiernan, Richard, 34, 54, 60, 76,
77, 82, 84, 85
Kimbrough, Geraldine, 20, 29
Kimpton, Dale, 41, 76, 82, 84, 85, 86
Kinkade, Faye, 41
Kinkade, Judy, 41, 58, 59
Kinney, Donald, 34
Kipling, Marilyn, 34
Kraft, Victor, 34
Lagerstrom, Shirley, 34
Lamb, Miss Flora, 12
Lambie, Marilyn, 41, 58, 59, 65
Landenberger, Jackie, 77
Landon, Ronal , 20, 52, 81
Landon, Mr. Roy, 12
Lang, Cecile, 41
Lantz, Mr. Edwin, 12, 82, 83, 86
Larsen, Shirley, 20, 68, 77
Larson, Audrey, 34
Larson, Harold, 41, 82
Larson, Janet, ,41, 59, 65
Larson, Mary, 10, 40
Larson, Miss Naomi, 12, 68
Lavely, Evelyn, 40
Leafgren, LaVerne, 34
Lee, Dwight, 40
Lee, Katherine, 34
Lehman, Geraldine, 34
Leibovitz, Bill, 34
Levenberg, Doris, 34
Lieber, Alice, 21
Lieber, Evelyn, 40, 68
Light, Donald, 21, 76, 79, 81, 88
Lindberg, Ted, 41, 69, 82, 86, 88
Lindberg, William, 21
Lindbloom, Marilyn, 34, 76
Lindeen, William, 21, 76
Linder, Arthur, 41
Linder, Bill, 86
Lindroth,SIohn, 16, 69
Lindsey, hirley, 34
Ling, Eddie, 41, 77
Ling, Harry, 15, 21, 46
Linner, Marilyn, 34, 58, 65, 67, 76
Linner, Robert, 41 '
Lithander, Dale 40, 49
Lohmar, Donald, 41, 49
'Long, Leslie, 34, S8
Lopez, Carolyn, 21, 88
Lopez, Philip, 22, 50, 55, 61
Loring, Bill, 41, 49, 53, 69, 82
Loring, Rosalice, 22, 27, 65, 67, 68
Lowe, Florence, 16, 22, 66, 67, 72,
77, 84, 85
Luker, Billy, 34, 52, 84, 85
Luna, Margaret, 34
Lundeen, George, 41', 53, 69
Lundeen, Lois Ann, 41, 58, 65, 91
Lundeen, Rosemary, 22, 66, 67, 68,
77, 84, 85, 91
Lundeen, Phyllis, 41
Lundquist, Bob, 34
Lundquist, Phyllis, 22
Luttrell, Edgar, 20, 22, 66, 67, 72
Luttrell, Robert, 40, 69
Luvall, Mildred, 40
Lyon, Robert, 23
McCants, Bob, 23, 76
McCarthy, John, 40
McClelland, Alan, 16, 20, 23, 65,
66, 67, 70, 74, 87
McClelland, Bruce, 34
McClure, Carroll, 34, 46, 51, 69
McClure, Raymond, 40, 52, 53
McCulloch, Charles, 40
McCullough, Ronald, 41, 54
McGahey, Isabel, 23
Mclnnis, Mrs. Valora, 12
McKinley, Fred, 41
McKinney, Pat, 22, 76
McKinney, VVayne, 34, 54, 69
McLaughlin, Carrie, 19, 22, 80
McLaughlin, ,?m, 47
McLaughlin, om, 34
McMasters, Stella, 41, 68, 77, 82,
84, 85, 87
McNaught, Arlene, 22
McNeil, Lillian, 34
McVey, Mary June, 34
Maciel, Victoria, 34. 77
Madigan, Shirley Jo, 22, 24, 76
Magee, Harold, 22
Magnuson, Jean, 41, 84, 85
Mann, Allen, 16, 22, 81, 88
Mannon, Vernon, 34, 52
Manwarren, Harriett, 23
Marks, Robert G., 23, 69, 86
Marlow, Robert, 41, 49
Martz, Betty, 23
Marvin, Don, 34
lllasterson, Blanche, 23
Masterson, Jack, 34
Mathias, Earl, 83, 86
Matlack, Miss Laura, 12, 72
Matson, Irma, 22, 84, 85
Matthews, Roy, 41
Mawby, Richard, 41, 75, 78, 80
Mead, Mary, 34, 82
Mealman, Dorothy, 34
Medina lllarlo, 22, 29, 88
Megginson, Estelle, 34
Megginson, Peggy, 16, 22, 68
Mejia, Cuca, 34
Melin, Don, 22
Mercer, Betty, 34
Mergenthaler, Edna, 34, 71
Michael, James, 41
Middaugh, Joan, 41, 65, 77, 83
Miles, Normalee, 40, 65, 82
Charles, 22, 88,
Miller, Donna, 34, 65
Miller, Elaine, 35, 68, 70
Miller, James, 54
Mills, Don, 35 '
Margaret, 40, S9
Mitchell, Esther, 35
Mitchell, Virginia, 22
Montgomery, Chester, 40, 84,
Montgomery, Marion, 35, 84
Tom, 35, 47, sl, 52
Morling, Roy, 23, 88
Morrison, Betty, 23
Moijtenson, Mary Ann, 23, 58, 88
Moulton, Kenneth, 23
Munson, Norma Jean, 40, 58, 65
Myers, Harlan, 35
Nape, Evelyn -
Nelson, Charlotte, 40
Nelson, Doris, 40
Nelson, Florence, 41
Nelson, Frances, 22
Nelson, Glenn, 22, 65, 66, 67, 72
Nelson, Harold, 35
Nelson, go Anne, 41
Nelson, Iargaret Ann, 35, 77
Nelson, Marilyn, 41, 76, 85
Nelson, Marjorie, 35, 68
Nelson, Marye, 22
Nelson, Mary L., 41
Nelson, Mary Louise, 41
Nelson, Paul, 41
Nelson, Richard, 22
Nelson, Robert F., 52
Nelson, Vanece, 20, 22, 65, 66, 67,
Nichols, Edward, 41, 53
Niekrenz, Winfred, 35
Nielson, Robert, 22
Norman, David, 41
Norquist, Ed, 23, 64, 84, 85
Swanson, Marian, 26
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Norquist, Virginia, 40, 68
Norris, Betty, 40, 68
Norris, Charles, 23
Northrup, Harold, 23
Northrup, Myrtle, 19, 23
Ohlsen, Mr. Donald, 12, 86
Olin, Eva, 24
Olsen, Genevieve, 35, 57, 58, 59, 61
Olson, Ernri May, 24
Olson, Gerry, 23, 24, 69, 76, 81, 88
Olson, Miss Helen, 12,. 13
Olson, Jack, 24
Olson, Leonard, 25
Olson, Mary, 35
Olson, Marilyn, 40
Orwig, Mildred, 35, 60
Osborn, Junior, 53, 82
Osborn, Margaret, 19, 25, 84, 85
Padilla, Helen, 25
Pahlow, Luella, 35
Park, Dorothy, 25
Park, Elizabeth, 41
Parker, Mazetta, 25, 29
Parkinson, Robert, 25, 67, 86
Parkinson, Rosamond, 41
Parks, Ann, 19, 24, 27, 65, 67, 71
Parrish, Juanita, 77
Parrish, Mary Lou, 40
Parsons, JoAnn, 41
Payne, Dick, 41
Payne, Norma, 24, 88
Pearson, Donald, 41
Peart, Mr. Ra , 12, 86
Peavy, Mary Jlane, 24, 58, 59, 76, 91
Peck, Alice Lucille, 41
Pederson, Glenrose, 35
Pennington, Robert, 69
Perardi, Shirley, 20, 24, 65, 66, 67, 72
Perschnick, Betty, 25
Uhlmannf"Yvonne, 20, 28, 70
Peterson Alice, 35 ,y
Peterson Irene, 35
Peterson Lawrence, 25, 82, 83
Peterson, Marjorie, 25
Peterson, Roy, 25
Peterson, Shirley, 25
Peterson, Virginia, 15, 19, 25, 57,
67, 72, 77
Peterson XVilliam, 35, 75
Pierson, oan, 16, 24, 87
Pihl, Jael, 35, 67, 69
Pihl, erry, 35
Pippitt, Dorothy, 41, 60
Pittman, Beverly, 41
Poe, Vincent, 16, 24
Poiset, Charlene, 42
Polk, Kenny, 85
Poole, Phyllis, 41
Poole, Tom, 24-4 65, 69
Portlock, Robert, 46
Potter, Charles, 45,85
Powell, Beverly, , 76, 82
Powellson, Nancy, 42
Powers, Betty, 42
Powers, Dick, 24, 82
Prina, John, 25, 55. 77
Pritchard, Bill, 25, 76
Raich, VVilliam, 43, 69, 80, 82, 83, 86
Rainey, Leola, 20, 25, 67, 72, 77,
84, 85, 90
Ramirez, Cecil, 251 29
Ramirez, 595518, 25, 29, 54
Ransom, hyllis, 25, 68, 82, 83, 86
Ray, Junior, 43
Read, Phyllis, 35
Reager, Bill, 43, 49, 54
Reams, Arthur, 43
Redfern, Bill, 35
Reed, Betty, 35
Reed, Dale, 43, 86
Reed, Fern, 24
Reeves, Joan, 35
Rennie, Jim, 35
Rennie, Miss Mary, 9
Rentschler, Mary, 35, 68, 77
Rezner, Richard, 43
Rhykerd, Clark, 43, 65, 78, 80, 88
Richardson, Gloria, 15, 24, 67, 72, 77
Riggle, Shirley, 24
Riley, Dale, 24, 43, 65, 76
Ripple, Betty, 43, 59
Robbins, LeRoy, 25
Robertson, Bill, 35,
67, 70, 74, 87
Rodelier, Alice, 35,
Rod-gers, Ethel, 42,
Rosine, Barbara, 42
20, 25, 65, 66,
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Rosine, James, 42, 49, 54
Rosine, Shirley, 35
Rosine, Willard, 35, 67, 84, 85
Ross, Bob, 35, 82
Russell, Charles, 42
Ryin, Miss Sylvia, 13
Sackey, Dale, 25
Sackey, William, 42
Sallee, Kenneth, 35, 86
Sand, Keith, 43, 82
Sandburg, Bob, 43, 49, 52, 53
Sandburg, Duane, 43, 86
Sappington, Betty, 25
Sauter, Marilyn, 35
Schenck, Anne, 36
Schrodt, Dolores, 25
Schwanke, NVanda, 36, 58, 82
Schwilck, Gene, 25, 65, 67, 75, 87
Scott, Beverly, 26, 88
Scott, Miriam, 43
Seaburg, Joan, 43, 68, 82
Sedgwick, Raymond, 36
Seiberlich, Foster, 77
Seibert, Charles, 42
Serdahl, Robert, 43
Sexton, Robert, 36
Seyler, Jack, 36
Shaner, Henry, 43 '
Sharp, Jane, 43 5
Sharp, , ack T., 26, 84. 85
Sharp, Quentin, 36, 76, 82
Sharp, Russell, 36
Sherman, Sonhia, 36
Sherwood, Glee, 23, 26, 27, 77
Shimel, YVylie, 36, 65, 71
Shoif, Marjorie, 36
Shofroth, Walter, 26
Sholl, Pauline, 43
Short, Phyllis, 26, 27, 76, 77, 81,
84, 85 Q
Shriber, Charlotte, 36
Shults, Helen, 26 --
Silver, Darwin, 27, 77, 78
Simkins, Margaret, 42 10
Simmen, Bob, 42, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82, 11
ss, 86 10
Sims, Maxine, 29
Simms, Miss Ruth, 12, 57, 58
Swanson, Mr. Martin, 13
ry, 26, 27, 66, 67
Swanson, Sam 76
83, 87, 88
12, 36, 77
16, 27, 73, 76,
Swanson, William, 36
Swartout, Beatrice, 27. 88
Swartout, Betty, 27, 65
Swartout, Harlow,,43, 49, 65
Taber, Leta, 23
43, 70, 80
Tabone, James, 28, 88
Tabone, Tony, 28
Taylor, Ruth, 43
Telford, Radah, 28, 66, 67, 79
Templeton, Clarence, 29, 46
Templeton, George, 43, 49
Terpening, Wendellf9, 86, 88
Thayer, George, 36, O, 87
Theobald, Ruth, 29 . '
Thierry, George, 29
36, 71, 88
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Slaven, Mr. Prince, 13
Sly, Duane, 27'
Smallwood, Elizabeth, 76
Smith, Mr. A. Edson, 8
Smith, Cecile, 15, 26, 79
Smith, Mr. Charles, 13
Smith, Dorothy, 42
Smith, Lawrence, 36
Smith, Norma, 42
Smysor, Lynn, 36
Snell, Betty Lou, 88
Snell, Patsy, 43
Snyder, Mr. Frank, 9, 64,
Snyder, Joan, 76
Soderstrom, Bill, 16, 26, 54, 87
Spahn, Charlotte, 36
Sparks, Dale, 43
Spehr, Richard, 26, 67, 72
Sperry, Jack, 36, 84, 85 '
gpelrry, ilargaret, 43
pi er, ames, 43
Staats, Phyllis, 26, 88
Don, 36, 47
Stambaugh, Dorothy, 20, 26, 67, 73
76, 84, 85, 86
Stanberry, Gloria, 43, 60, 83, 87
Stegall, Mary Helen, 36, 76
Stegall, Richard, 26, 88
Steller, Frederick, 27, 64, 82, 88
Stephens, Don, 46
Stephenson, William, 43
Stevens, Frank, 43
Stewart, Edward, 42, 86
Stewart, Everett, 43, 83, 86
Stewart, Inez, 36, 59
Stewart, Margaret, 36 -
Mary Ellen, 27'
Tinkham, Mary Louise, 36, 40, 82
Todd, XVylla, 42
Tonkin, James, 29
Tourtellott, Carol, 36, 68, 76, 84, 85
Tracy, Eleanor, 36, 59, 82
Traff, Marjean, 29, 58, 59
Tribler, LaJune, 42
Triplet, XVilbur, 76
Trulock, Vicky, 42
Turner, Marilyn, 28, 88
Tutt, Donna Lee, 37
Underwood, Gene, 42, 49
Underwood, Jack, 28, 47
Underwood, Thomas, 43, 52, 86
Upp, Howard, 37, 54
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Van Ness, David, 43, 76 V
Venlund, Esther, 37 1
Vitali, Marjorie, 43
Vogt, Beverly, 37, 83
Vourgias, Angeline, 43, 58,59
Wade, Barbara, 43, 58, 82
Wagher, Blondell, 43
Wagher, Howard, 69
NVake, Bill, 37, 69, 73, 84, 85
YValker, Gloria, 43
Stiarwalt, Theodora, 43, 75, 77
Stickle, Miss Ruth, 13, 68
Stigner, Norma, 27, 77, 78, 82
Still, Carol, 36
Stinson, Ralph, 26, 88
Stinson, Bill, 43
Stinson, Robert, 42, 49, 86
Stites, Barbara, 42, 60
Stites, Harold, 36
VValters, Bernadine, 29, 68, 83
'vValters, Bob, 29,
47, 69, 73, 76, 81
VValters, Joan, 43, 70, 82
VVard, Dale, 29
lVard, Gertrude, 37, 60, 76
Ward, Joe, 2.9
VVard Vilma 42
Stoerzbach, Russell, 23, 26, 65, 67,
69, 72, 76, 81, 87
Stone, Edward, 36, 84, 85
Stoneking, Bill, 26, 47, 50, 55
g, Richard, 26
Stoner, Richard, 26
Stout, James, 36, 78, 82
Strickler, Jeanne, 27
Strickler, Marvin, 36
Strickler, 1Varren, 27, 47
Stromgren, Margaret, 42, 60
Struble, Phil, 42
Sullivan, Robert, 43, 71, 82
Sundberg, Howard, 82, 86
Sutherland, Shirley, 27, 77
Sutton, Charles, 26, 81, 82, 88
Suydam, Helen, 36, 68
Swagert, Everett, 26, 69, 72, 88
Swallow, Winifred, 26, 77
Swanson, Bob, 43, 49, 53, 69
Swanson, Gloria, 26
wvafdim, Eddie, 42 '
VVarner, Albert, 49
Warner,JNada 3J7ane, 37
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NVatters, Marilyn, 37
XVehber, Ted, 37, 46
XVebster, VVayne, 23
Vtfeinberg, Jean, 37
XVeir, Blanche, 29, 88
Weir, Hugh, Jr., 37, 86
Wells, Don, 29, 54
VVells, genrietta,7378 85
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VVhipple, Mrs. Velma, 13
VVhite, Elizabeth, 37, 83
XVhite, Hugh, 37, 88
NVhite, Jack, 19, 29, 64, 65, 67, 71
NVhite, Miss Velma Faye, l3
Whiteside, Joan, 42
Vklickersham, Edward, 42
NViedner, XVillard, 42
Wilkins, James, 42, 53, 65
VVilkins, ltfartlla, 29
VVilkins, Mary Alice, 43, 65, 83
NViller, Lois, 23, 29, 67, 68, 72, 91
VVilliams, Bob, 43, 49, 52, 53, 69
XVilliams, Don, 37. 46, 76
XVillian1son, Betty Lou, 42
WVilson, Beatrice, 42
Wilson, Don, 37
XVilson, Iack, 29
Wilson, Kathryn, 29
XVilson, Kathryn, 37
Laura Lee, 29
sen, Arthur, 42
VVitheral1, Harold, 23, 27, 28, 75, 86
NYitherell, Phyllis, 37, 60
XVitherbee, NVilliam, 28, 86
VVitten, Virginia Lee
VVoll, Betty, 37
VVong, Anna May, 42
NVood, Harriett, 37, 58, 59
WVoods, Mr. Ellsworth, 13
NVoodson, Kenneth, 37, 80, 84, 85
Wooldridge, Betty, 37
YVoolsey, Marilyn, 37, 68, 71
Vlforden, Jimmie, 86
NVorman, Louis, 37
Wright, Duane, 28, 50
XVright, Betty Jane, 42
VVright, Gloria, 42
XVynn, Janet, 37, 65, 67,
Marie, 43 ,
70, 74, 76
Youngblood, Miss Alta, 13
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