Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1945 volume:
LOIS ANN LUNDEEN
ROY DAM BERG
WAGONER PRINTING CO.
PONTIAC ENGRAVING CO
To Edgar L. Harden, who in his two years as
principal of Galesburg Senior High School, has
given to us a greater understanding of human
relationshipsg who has through his eilicient ad-
ministration provided us with an educational
program designed to better serve the needs of
youthg Whose friendliness and dynamic person-
ality are appreciated by all of usg to this Wise
and efficient leader this 1945 REFLECTOR is
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Without those capable leaders who
plan, advise, and direct, our school
year would not have been a successful
one. The Superintendent, the Board
of Education, Principal, Deans, and the
Faculty who make up this group, are
efficient and able administrators.
In addition to leading young people,
the administration tends to the man-
aging and the business part of our edu-
To these leaders of the students of
Galesburg High School we wish to
express our appreciation-apprecia-
tion for their constant service, aid, and
Worthy advice. We realize that our
school would not be as fine a school
without these leaders. To these efii-
cient administrators We extend a sin-
cere thank you.
Of theme who rule us
We are irudeed proud
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Superintendent R. V. Lindsey, known
to all GHS students for his friendliness
and his capable leadership, heads that
worthy council of wisdom, the Board of
Mr. Lindsey and the Board of Educa-
tion, solve many educational problems
Concerning our welfare. They also give
many hours of work and unselfishly con-
tribute "all outn service for our support,
To Mr. Lindsey and the Board of Edu-
cation We owe the high standards of our
Mr. E. W. Mureen
Mr. John Cox
Mr. V. E. Secrest
Mrs. R. A. Chandler
Mr. Robert Egan
Mr. R. D. Lucas
Mrs. Louise O'Conner
MR. FRANK SNVDEIQ
Any girl singing the "blues,' who
goes in to tell her troubles to Miss Alice
Jones, dean of girls, soon comes out
warbling a happier tune.
Fairness and the ability to see both
sides of every question are two char-
acteristics of Miss Jones which have
endeared her to all GHS girls. She has
shown many a girl the road which leads
to higher ideals.
With Miss Jones leading the Girls'
Service League and co-sponsoring the
Student Council, both organizations
have experienced a successful year.
Everything from bandaging a fin-
ger to writing admits is this dean's
Hustling down the hall with port-
folio in one hand and Student Council
bulletins in the other, Mr. Snyder has
a cherry Uhello' for everyone. Always
on the go planning Boys' Forum ac-
tivities and council projects, this busy
dean finds time to hold friendly, con-
versational chats in his oiiice, in addi-
tion to solving the everyday problems
of the boys at GHS.
Mr. Snyder helps the boys select
certain branches of military service and
directs them in choosing wisely their
respective vocational interests.
This popular advisor is rated A-1
with both the fellas and the girls!
MISS ALICE JONES
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Clifford Van Dyke
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First come the seniors, old hands at this
game of going to school. Next we have
the juniors, the in-between group who
will capably step into the footprints left
by the departing grads. And last, but by
no means least, are our sophs, a little new
at first, but now well along the road to
a successful class of '47.
All three classes Worked together and
helped make an active student body. Des-
ignated by "GU sweaters, "46" caps, and
any current fad of the respective classes,
the three groups competed against one
another in friendly rivalry. Athletics,
dramatic productions, and the publica-
tion staffs claimed representatives of each
class. Intramural teams, War stamp sales,
attendance tests, too, were activities in
which the sophs, juniors, and seniors vied
for honors. All this congenial rivalry
brought about close relationships and did
much in making a happy school year!
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ABRAHAMSON, MARILYN . . Blue-eyed
miss . . veteran worker on costume crew.
ADCOCK, SHIRLEY . . Transfer from
Alpha . . future store clerk.
ADOLPHSON, ROSEANN . . Permanent
landmark in flute section . . "Bangs.,'
ALDUS, RICHARD . . Champion diver
and swimmer . . plus varsity matman.
ALEXANDER, EILEEN . . A smile for
all . . secretary-to-be.
ALSTEDT, MAXINE . . Stick-to-iv
iveness . . Max is a good Worker.
ANDERSON, LORRAINE . . "Cathy" is
a loc of fun . . driver of '42 DeSoto.
APPLEBEY, FRANCES , . Budget news-
hound and GSI. worker . . GAA member.
ARIE, NELLIE . . Sews a fancy seam
. . seldom misses a good laugh.
BABBITT, JOAN . . A swim enthusiast
is jo . . candy counter kid.
BAKER, RUSSELL . . Varsity man on
football and wrestling squads . . engineer
BANDY, MARY . . This cheerleader is
packed full of fun . . Retlectavue.
BARBERO, REVA . . hlusic fBLlCl1, fan
. . sports a flashy white coat.
BARLOW, TERESA . . Dainty little
damsel . . laborer in office lab.
BASHAM, DOROTHY . . "W'here's your
paddle?" . . fit as a fiddler, and is!
BATEMAN, AGATHA . . Brown eyes .
delights little tots as story lady.
BEAUCHAMP, TED . . "Radio broken?
Take it to Ted" . . Radar man.
BENGTSON. ,IAN . . Rattles along to
Cameron in his jalopy . . hall cadet.
BOONE, ROSEMAE . . Familiar usher-
ette . . planning for a business career.
BOYD, EARL . . Six-footer, topped with
a butch . . Varsity club.
BOYDSTUN, JOHN . . Sets quite a
Pacefyj in golf . . ping pong champ.
BRADBURY, FRANCES . . Math and
commercial major . . GAA board member.
BRADLEY, .IEANNE . . W'orks at Elsa
Marie's . . quiet personality.
BRAY, DELSINIA . . "Glad to see ya"
. . Art class model with southern drawl.
BRENT, DOROTHY . . Dottie hopes to
be a designer . . Si, si, senor!
BROCK, GALE . . Model A Ford's his
favorite . . wearer of a red '45 cap.
BROOKING, ,IACK . . Student Council
president plus actor, artist . . swell guy.
BRUMFIELD, HAROLD . . Takes a tenor
lead-Reflectavue . . Stella's fella.
BRYNGELSON, KATE . . "Contact-and
we're oH," says Kate . . outdoor girl.
BULLIS, BARBARA . . Program chairman
of GSL . . Reflectavue chorus gal.
BURFORD, MARJORIE . . Favorite color
-Gray . . small, petite secretary-to-be.
BURNETTE, GENE . . Nlachinist in the
making . . follower of the Silver Streaks.
BURNSIDE, TERRY . . Woolen shirts
and just a regular fellar . , "Burnseed."
CABEEN, HELEN DALE . . "Cabbage"
Who's up to the minutes in GAA . . band.
CALDERONE, BERNICE . . Mighty mite
with Spanish enthusiasm . . 'iBurnoose."
CARLSON, NORMA . . Loves to dance
. . "Butch" specializes in commercial,
CARLSON, RONALD . . "R.K." is hardf
working council representative . . pianist.
CARPENTER, DOROTHY . . Ace Bud-
get reporter . . can-can eutup-Reflectavue.
.,CASSELL, BIZTTY . . Memories of Pitts-
burgh . . soft Eastern accent.
CATRON, LUCILLE . . Business ed.
major . . dark-haired lass.
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CHRISTOFFERSON, ALICE . . Heart's
in the Merchant Marines . . mermaid.
CLARK, ERROLENE . . Dramatics and
radio . . part-time Steno at Lombard.
CONLIZY, JAMES . . Aeronautics fan
. . .lim will be an engineer.
COOLEY, MAR-IORIE . . "W'hen Junior
comes marehin, home again" . . retailer.
COVVAN, JAMES . . "Carrot-top" Cowan
manages Streaks . . "I ain't so good!"
COZAD, DOROTHY . . You'll End Dottie
ice skating any winter day . . stenog.
COZIAHR, DORIS . . Faithful usher and
choir member . . basketball stalwart.
CRAWFORD, BOB . . NHS Vice-Prexy
. . Crawf was leading man in "Arsenic.'
DANllfLSON, CHARLES . . just another
tow-headed Swede . . runs movie machine.
IJARRAH, GERRY . . Favorite is dancing
. . ace basketball shark.
DAVIDSON, JOAN . . "'Iodie', of baton
twirling fame . . RefIectavue chorus gal.
DAVIS, WINONA . . DAR Winner . .
quiet and efficient is this council member.
DEETS, DONALD . . Weariiig the "bell-
bottom trousers" . . former Streak guard.
DEVLIN, LEE . . Baseball tops his list
. . future agrarian.
DLXWIEESE, VELMA . . Art editor of Re'
flector . . music hath its charms, too!
DOMDEY, DXVAYNE . . Landmark by
the coke counter . . "To be or not to be."
DUGAN, XVAYNE . . Pilot of familiar
V-8 . . likeable lad-likeable laughter.
DUPUY, PAULINE . . Will manage shoe
store some day . . loves to swim.
DUTTON, BARBARA . . Costume mistress
with efficiency plus . . jivin, hepcat.
DUVALL, SHIRLEY . . High scorin'
GAA star . . a better sport is hard to hnd.
DYER, RONALD . . Mighty bulwark in
Streak line . . now in Coast Guard.
EASTMAN, BEN . . Buick boy, whiz kid!
. . super prop collector.
EHLEN, ROBERT . . "Got your physics
done?" . . wood-working artist.
EHLEN, WILI.IAM . . Ardent basketball
fan . . railroading is his "Q,"
ENGLAND, HARLEY . . Future retail
merchant . . intramurals rate his O.K.
ERICKSON. -IOAN . . GAA lettergal who
swishes 'em with ease . . Navy blue!
ERICKSON, IOHN . . Republican go-getter
in GHS mock eleetion . , slide trombone.
EVANS, yIIM . . "Pigskin-totin' prexy" of
Senior Class . . all-state halfback.
FAUSET, CHARLES . . Reflectavue and
"Arsenic', . . Conky's right-hand man.
FORMHALS, CHARLES . . Snappy red
suspenders . . Silver Streak fan.
FRAMBES, SHIRLEY . . Flishy gym
star . . future woman in white.
FRANKLIN, MARCIA . . junior Red
Cross chairman . . quips, "It ain't easy!"
FRANSEEN, CECIL . . Owner of tin Livvie
mobile billboard . . hobby? blow-outs!
FULLER, DEAN . . Boys' Forum hustler
. . GHS gridder with a Navy blue future.
FULLER, MARVIN . . Producer of those
flashy BF bulletin boards , . humor?
FURRY, STEVE . . "How's the air up
there?" . . table tennis teamster.
GABRIELSON, SHIRLEY . , "Gabby"
heads GAA swim . . twirls 11 mean baton.
GARMAN, DALE . . Hates alarm clocks
. . owns smallest "GU sweater in school.
GARMAN, DORIS . . Expert guard on
any team . . GAA board member.
GATLIN, THEODORE . . A reel man
. . soccer and basketball whiz,
GERSTENBERGER, CAROLYN . . GSL
prexy . . pretty blonde Homecoming queen.
GLASS, LILLIAN . . Student Council . .
"Just look for the green Chevy.
GRABILL, PAUL . . Author extraordinary
. . singin, "Beer and Pepsi-Cola."
GRAHAM, DELBERT . . '1Bobo," ate
forward . . "I ain't so goodll'
GRAY, RICHARD . . Chief light man
of GHS . . hasty hurdle hopper.
GREENWELL, LOIS . . 'lOnly a Farmer's
Daughtern Cut-up . . art student.
GREGORY, JOE . . "Hi, joe, whatcha
know" . . hates to get up in the morning.
GRIFFITH, LAXVRENCL . . Intramural
basketball player . . "Griff'sH an agspert.
GUENTHER, HELEN . . GAA board mem-
ber, GSL committee worker . . secretary.
GUMM, JACK . . The FFA scribe . . with
the Streaks as hard-working manager.
GUSTAFSON, WILLIAM . . Two inches
over the six foot mark . . basketball fan.
HAMILTON, CARL . . Red hair and
freckles . . master mischief maker.
HAMMOND, VELMA . . Newcomer at
GHS this year . . favorite subject? Gym.
HANSON, LOIS . . Oil's goil . . follows
the Silver Streaks-Qwe wonder whyj.
HANSON, MELVIN . . Steele Gym handy-
man . . peddler of Silver Streak pins!
HARVEY, JANET . . Long-haired smoothie
who knits one, purls two . . red Chevie.
HASSELBACHER, HELEN . . She's got
your "number please" . . trim little cadet.
HATCH, HARRY . . Six-footer now in
Uncle Sam's Navy . . former DeMolay.
I-IAYES, PHIL . . "l'll be workin' on the
railroad" . . intramural enthusiast!
HAYNES, SHIRLICY . . Soprano vocals
. . never a dull moment with Shirley.
HERRIN, DOROTHY . . Neatness counts
. . Dorothy will be a dietitian.
HERRON, ELDON . . Busy money man
of GHS . . "El Herron"-everybody's pal!
HESSLER, BARBARA . . Hard-working
Reflector miss . . plus costume crew, NHS.
HEVLAND, MARJORIE . . GAA sports
chairman . . baseball batty.
HILL, BARBARA . . Twinkling eyes and
personality smile . . commercial.
HILTON, FRANK . . "Little Eval' has
a leave of absence . . blue Studebaker.
HOLST, MARILYN . . Johnnie . . radio
actress . .Johnnie . . sweet smile . . Johnnie.
I-IOUGH, ETI-IEL . . Tricky feet with
tapping shoes . . swim star.
HOUSE, CHARLES . . Tall, towering
Charlie . . chairman of war stamp sales.
HOWARD, ELSIE . . Everybody's secre
tary . . second chair cornetist.
HUNNICUTT, JEAN . . Knit wit of
boxy sweaters . . GSL representative.
ISAACSON, MARY . . '4Me? Freckles?"
. . first lady of stage . . GSL secretary.
JEXVSBURY, WILLIAM . . Head man of
MGM fMr. Griffith's Menj . . piano stylist.
JOHNS, MARGARET . . Swell gal, keen
pal . . "Johnnie', looks to business world.
JOHNSON, ANNA SOPHIA . . Associate
editor of Budget . .National Honor Society.
JOHNSON, LARRY . . Future courtroom
orator . . !'Achie" chases the blues!
JOHNSON, SHIRLEY . . Sweet soprano
soloist . . "your number, please."
JOHNSON, WAYNE . . "Gimme the
pitch, Moose" . . Ace is a study hall major!
JOHNSTON, JERRY . . Smooth dancer,
fast and slow . . ace-ed. of Reflector.
KELLY, JEANNE . . Attractive adver-
tising manager . . "Ben and me."
KEMMER, MILDRED . . Works overtime
on play costumes . . "May I help you?v
KENNY, RICHARD . . Future tool and
die-maker . . "Speed" is a Streak follower.
KIDDER, LOIS . . Veteran usher of GHS
productions . . secretarial Work.
KIMPTON, DALE . L 'lliimpe' of 1'Rhap-
sody in Blue" fame . . talented cornetist.
KINKADE, JUDY . . "I think itis rather
clever myself' . . jitterbuggin, Judy.
LAMBIE, MARILYN . . GAA vice-prexy
with a flare for athletics . . commercial.
LARSEN, MARY . . uspell it with an "cn
. . favorite color, blue.
LARSON, HAROLD . . The boy on the
pop truck . . with the alumna interest.
LARSON, JANET . . "Larsonic, an' ol'
aee!,' . . more fun than a picnic.
LAVELY, EVELYN . . Grease paint and
Kleenex specialist . . hard worker.
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LEE, DWIGHT . . "Dee-wight" has only
one class picture this year! . . Fun!
LENTZ, LAWRENCE . . FFA and physics
take this boy's time . . ardent Streak fan.
LINDBERG, TED. . "Anchors aweigh for
Ted" . . Forum representative and band.
LINNER, BOB . . In circulation-publica-
tions only! . . choir boy, BF member.
LITCHFIELD, DELBERT . . "I'm from
Rio, where you from?" . . one of the twins.
LITCHFIELD, ROYAL . . 'lSeafoam"
yearns for the ball diamond . . agriculture.
LITHANDER, DALE . . Little man of
mischief . . with the curly hair.
LITVIN, MARTIN . . Hard working,
coke selling Budgeteer . . dramatics addict.
LOHMAR, DONALD . . "Pudd,' backficld
regular . . familiar G-man around school.
LORING, BILL . . Senior class money man
. . "Red" hears the Navy calling.
LOVELL, CHARLES . . "Chuck" will be
a future Rockefeller! . . intramurals.
LUNDEEN, GEORGE . . "GencVa,,' an
all-around athlete , . GHS merry maker.
LUNDEEN, LOIS ANN . . "Homework
-what's that?l' . . LoAce is Reflector boss.
LUNDEEN, PHYLLIS . . Quiet, attrac-
tive radio actress . . fashion designer.
LUVALL, MILDRED . . Classy addition
to business world . . choir cutie.
MCCLURE, RAY . . "Rabbitl' of Silver
Streak fame . . Boys' Forum head.
MCKINLEY, FRED . . Crew member
backstage in GHS productions . . wrestler.
MCMASTER, STELLA . . Gal with the
golden voice . . "Ta ra boom der a."
MAGNUSON, JEAN . . Shorthand spe-
cialist. . "Jeannie" harmonizcs on any song.
MARLOW, ROBERT . . Fleet half in
bacltlicld . . UAW, won't cha buy a pencil?"
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MARTIN, JOHN . . "Dr, Martin, there's
something in my eye" . . intramurals.
MATTHEWS,ROY ..Hwupm Wbf'of
the cinder track . . wearer of the UG."
MAWBY, RICHARD . . Comedian deluxe
of GHS . . experienced stage artist . . NHS.
MICHAEL, JIM . . "Mike's" in the Coast
Guard now . . Ginny's man.
MIDDAUGH, JOAN . . Rounds up props
for plays . . "Irish eyes are smilinlf'
MILES, NORMALEE . . This trim brunette
will fill a secretary's chair . . band.
MILLER, JOHN . . Sketches a good like-
ness . . Destiny's rot.
MILROY, PEGGY . . Home economics
major . . dark eyes, dark-haired lass.
MORROW, ESTHER . . Horseback riding
is her favorite . . all round sports fan.
MUNSON, NORMA JEAN . . Nurse Mun-
son, call surgery!" . , twinkling gray eyes.
NAPE, JOHN . . Red hair, freckles, plus
cute grin . . Marne's Coast Guardsman.
NELSON, BETH . . "Would you like to
have your hair set?" . . dependable gal.
NELSON, CHARLOTTE . . Blonde beauty
will be a Powers model . . loves to dance.
NELSON, FLORENCE . . Twirls a flag
with the greatest of ease . . hobby? books!
NELSON, JO ANN . . Dark brown hair
with eyes to match . . commercial advocate.
NELSON, MARILYN . . Romantic inter-
est in "Arsenic" . . red-headed firecracker.
NELSON, MARY . . "May I take your
pulse?" . . choir, veteran usher.
NELSON, MARY LOUISE . . Wears hand-
knitted sweaters . . "Leis play bridge."
NORMAN, DAVID . . Fishing and hunt-
ing enthusiast . . deep-voiced Dave.
NORQUIST, VIRGINIA . . "She,S got
gobs of love for the Navyn . . Ginny.
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NORRIS, BETTY , . Trudges through the
tunnel daily to home ee. . . "Shorty.'
OLSON, MARILYN . . Good grooming
plus . . with hair so light and eyes so blue.
OLSON, MARILYN JEAN . . Puts in long
hours on costume crew . . stamp salesman.
OSBORINIE, LLOYD . . "Ozzie's" now in
the Navy . . I sold books and pencils once!
OVERDORE, LEE . . "Off he goes into
the wild blue yonder" . . good guy, Lee.
PARKE, ELIZABETH . . This smiling miss
works hard . . sweet and quiet senior.
PARRISH, MARY LOU . . Brown eyes . .
'Let's take the long way home"-but Quick!
PARSONS, AIOANNE . . Cute little blonde
who says "Wliere's your paddle?" . . jo.
PEARSON, DON . . Of many vices-coun-
cil, BE, and senior class . . "Donk" is fun!
PIEYRON, NVILNIA . . "Billie" will take
shorthand notes . . GSL usher.
PILCHER, JEAN . . A winning smile . .
stirs around in home ec lab.
PIPPITT, DOROTHY . . Knits those
fancy Argyles . . a swimming Sue.
PITTMAN, BEVERLEE . . Another back
stage essential . . fashion plate of GHS.
POTTER, CHARLES . . Live wire with
the continuous chatter . . "Chuck,"
POVUELI., BEVERLY . . Energetic cheer-
leader . . quick with the quips!
POVVERS, BETTY . . Handy with a needle
and thread . . "Don't call me Bet!"
QUICK, GERRY . . Technical whiz .
"Mary Lou" is a council representative.
RAICH, BILL . . National Honor Society
. . a fast kid fon the cinder trackj.
REVELEZ, IRENE . . "Laugh and the
world laughs with you" . . Pepsodent smile.
REZNER, RICHARD . . Dick likes to
work with machinery . . pedal pusher.
RHYKERD, CLARKE . . Deep-voiced.
handsome Clarke . . Currey-flying service!
RILEY, DALE . . Little man on ladder-
Reflectavue . . window corpse-"Arsenic,"
RIPPEL, BETTY . . Cheeks out books in
library . . GAA board member.
ROGERS, ETHEL . . "Eth-L," busy man-
ager . . sly wittieisms always welcome.
ROSINE, BARBARA . . Future lies in
the field of music . . "Eur John's sake
ROSINE, JIM . . "Snappy's', hamburger
maker . . Boys' Eorum representative.
RUPERT, GENE . . "On the ball" in the
band . . favorite color-blondes!
SAND, KEITH . . Swings out on the
licorice-stick . . vice-prexy of band.
SANDBERG, DUANE . . "Weiiiie" with
light brown hair! . . alldatime laughing.
SANDBURG, ROBERT . . Golf team,
basketball, baseball . . Einstein, junior!
SCOTT, MIRIAM . . Life saver . ac
tive participant in GAA sports.
SEABURG, JOAN . . "Biscuit" is an
athletic lass . . GSL cabinet.
SHANER, HENRY . . Champaign season
ticket! . . Silver Streaks fan.
SHARP, JANE . . Always "glad to see
ya" . . future doctor's assistant.
SHINFR, NADINE . . Test tube special-
ist . , ace volleyball player.
SHIRCK, GEORGE . . Regular end on
Streak eleven . . council representative.
SIMMEN, ROBERT . . "Nina, won,t you
blow your horn" . . jive fiver.
SMITH, NORMA , , Shoe salesman deluxe
. . gay little GHS gal.
SMITH, PAUL . . Smitty, pilot of that
red Chevie . . stage handy-man.
SNELL, PATSY . . Pat will take dictation
. . petite dark-haired lass.
SPERRY, MARGARET . . Distinguished
service cross of costume crew . . "Maggie"
SPIKER, JAMES . . On the high seas now
. . "I drove a Ford, once."
SPINK, PETER . . Medical world calling
. . good guy, Pete.
STANBURY, GLORIA . . asset to any
ball team . . violinist in orchestra.
STANFORTH, DONALD . . GHS gridder
now in Navy . . "Whitey's" a swell guy.
STARR, RONALD . . Football fan . .
future drnftsman, now in Army.
STAYTON, SUE . . pianist . . GSL . .
pianist . . Rerlectavue . . pianist!
STEGALL, WILLIAM . . "Boogie Boyn
landmark in tenor section.
STEPHENSON, XVILLIANI . . Budget
sports ed . . physics lab whiz . . NHS.
STEVENS, FRANK . . "Steve" likes to
hunt, "specially quail!" . . intramurals.
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STEWART, EDXWARD . . FFA . . tiller
of the soil . . "I'm Ed!"
STEWART, EVERETT . . EFA . . Violin-
ist . . I'No, he's my twin!"
STEVVART, INEZ . . Basketball! a fav-
orite . . jivin' jitterbug.
STEWART, LUCILLE . . Pretty Lucy, a
born secretary! . . charming lass.
STINSON, ROBERT . . Honorable men-
tion on state eleven . . Navy man.
STINSON, WILLIAM . . "Wanted in the
library-ic due" . . quite a guy.
STITES, BARBARA . . Property new
worker . . veteran flag swinger.
STROMGREN, MARGARET . . Cute
blonde commercial student . . "Flossief'
STRUBLE, PHIL . . Reuben Struben leads
the prick! . . Champaign romeo.
SULLIVAN, ROBERT . . Hard working
Budget editor . . likeable guy, "Sully,"
SUNDBERG, HOWARD . . Operator of
popular coke machine . . FFA president.
SWANSON, MARJORIE . .Corpus Christi
. . art student with smooth wardrobe.
SXVARTOUT, HARLOW' . . G-Club prexy
. . football hero with admiring fans galore.
SWIEDLUND, KENT . . Part-time drafts-
man at Gale's . . green Chrysler . . NHS.
TAYLOR, BETTY . . "Take me out to
the ball game" . . hep to the jive!
TEMPLETON, GEORGE . . Intramural
Sportsman . . slow, easy-going George.
THOMAN, YVONNE . . Hardworking
Reflectorite . . shorthand and typing whiz!
TODD, VVYLLA . . Basketball advocate
. . you can always count on Wylla!
TRIBLER, LAJUNE . . Art major . . neat
and trim senior miss.
TRIPLETT, JOE . . Handy man in shop
and around school . . Landon's understudyl
.. A m y
TROPINO, SAM . . Sammy's in the Navy
now . . "You can say that againlu
VAN WINKLE, VIOLA . . Part time
student clerk . . "VickyH loves to swim.
VITALI, MARJORIE . . Sweet Scandia
cookie . . efficient council vet.
VCURGIAS, ANGELINE . . Charming
GAA prexy . . Angic's liked by everyone.
WADE, BARBARA . . GAA treasurer,
Reflector copy editor . . outdoor gal.
WADHAMS, ELLEN . . Quiet and thought-
ful little senior . . home ec major.
WAGHER, ELAINE . . Types diligently
away on any typewriter . . GSL worker.
WAGHER, HOWARD . . "I-lowdy Llod-
dy!" . . mean kid with ping pong paddle.
WALKER, GLORIA . . A feminine Hia-
watha who hits target everytime . . "Glo."
XVALSKE, MAXINE . . Punches the clock
at Kline's . . "March likes good basketball.
WALTER, ELIZABETH . . Always talks
of J-ville . . will be an interior decorator.
WALTERS, JOAN . . Budget news editor
. . happy, cheery Jo will be a librarian.
WARD, VILMA . . 'iRuby Duyl' is lots of
fun . . GAA board, GAA swimming.
WATKINS, BRUCE . . "Abi, Came from
Chillicothe . . moundsman on baseball nine.
WEIDNER, WILLARD . . "Vitamin Flint-
heartl' . . future engineer is NX'illie.
WENSTROM, RUTH . . "Take a letter,
please!" . . office lab student.
WEST, MARY LOU . . Veteran of the CCC,
QCompetent Costume Crewjj . . efficient!
WESTFALL, RUSSELL . . i'I,m in the
Army nowv . , one time follower of Streaks.
WHITESIDE, MARILYN . . "Whitcy,s,'
quite a sports gal . . future hair dresser.
WICKERSHAM, EDWARD . . NHS fin-
ancier . . "Charge! Charge the blockhouseli'
WILDS, JACK . . "Curly,' is a Coast
Guardsman . . pet pecve-wimmen!
WILKINS, MARY ALICE . . SAA chair-
man . . l'Check your coat here, pleaseln
WILLIAMS, BOB . . "Eggy's', saved the day
in many a game! . . Boys' Forum and NHS.
WILLIAMSON, BETTY . . Tiny roller
skater . . future woman in white is Betty.
WILSCAM, ROD . , Flashy sport coat
wearer . . barely beats the morning bell.
WILSON, RENAMAE . .Efficient typist
. . for sure! . . baseball, swimming tops.
WISCHHUSEN, ARTHUR . . Driver of
familiar blue Plymouth . . flying advocate.
WITTEN, VIRGINIA LEE . . uW'llaCha
doin,--shorthand?" . . studious senior.
WORDEN, EDWARD . . Tool and die-
maker . . "I give up-what is it?', says Ed.
WORDEN, JAMES . . Freckles and cute
grin . . another "pork-pieu wearer!
YOCUM, DELBERT . . Lil Abner, elec-
tric engineer . . "Good gravy, idle chatter,"
YOUNG, KENNETH . . Attention, Red-
wings, here's your goalie . . homework fan.
YOUNGQUIST, BARBARA . . Swim-
ming is her favorite . . hates nosey people.
ZINK, ROGER . . Boogie man of jive-
Eve . . Crooner Zinatra sends 'em alll
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Hi Yo Silver-and out on the grid-
iron, on the gym floor, and down the
cinder track came the charging, speedy
It all began last fall when the pigskin
spiraled around under the floodlights of
Lombard Field. It continued on the
hardwoods when the Streak five claimed
not only the Illini and Northwest honors,
but a "sweet sixteen" ranking as well.
And it was completed with a successful
track team and baseball nine.
Yes, that's the sports review of this
past year at GHS. The intramural par-
ticipants, the pony squads, the hard-
working reserves, first stringers, and
coaches all worked for better athletic
teams-and got them!
Champs on ttie gridiron
Our basketbail Quint,
it-Vlwe best in the statei'
With six lettermen back from 1943 to serve as a foundation, Coach Clifford C. Van Dyke
turned a potentially good football club into a terrihc machine that rolled unchecked to their second
consecutive Illini Conference, and was defeated only once in nine games.
Led by All-State Jimmy Evans, fullback and held general, the Streaks piled up 212 points be-
fore record breaking crowds during the season, while the nine opponents were able to score only 64
Coach Van Dykeys gridders opened the 1944 season in Urbana, and after trailing 6 to 0 at half-
time, Bob Williams and Dick Asquith came through with much needed touchdowns for a 12 to 6
The Streaks were home for the next two weeks, winning from Peoria Woodruff, 16 to 7, and
East Moline, 25 to 0. Evans scored three touchdowns in the latter game.
Four touchdowns by Evans in the first thirteen minutes of play were enough to beat East Peoria,
26 to 12, and then Moline fell before the GHS power, 19 to 7. This was the first Galesburg win
over the Maroons in eleven years. Next on the list was a game at Kewanee, where the Boilermakers
caused a lot of trouble before falling, 14 to 0.
This victory brought the Streaks back to Lombard Field with seven consecutive victories, only
to find that their next foes were to be the famed Rock Island Rocks, who were also undefeated and
ranked as the best team in the state. Over eight thousand fans saw Rock Island come from behind
after a brilliant battle.
finished the season in blazing style by trouncing Canton, 47 to 7, and Monmouth,
played one minute against Canton. He carried the ball twice and scored both
70 and 45 yards. His substitute, Lloyd Hawkinson, scored three touchdowns and
in the game for a total of 22 points. The overwhelming defeat of Monmouth was
one of the greatest teams in Galesburg history.
to win, 25 to 13,
40 to 0. Evans
times on runs of
four extra points
a great finish for
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Galesburg 12 Urbana 6
Galesburg 16 Peoria Woodruff 7
Galesburg 25 East Moline 0
Galesburg 26 East Peoria 12
Galesburg 19 Moline 7
Galesburg 14 Kewanee 0
Galesburg 13 Rock Island 25
Galcsburg 47 Canton 7
Galesburg 40 Monmouth 0
Coach Van Dyke
Back Row: R. Johns, J. Mills, K. Moran, E. Boyd, T. Burnside, D. Graham, A. Clary, G. Lundeen, j. Baker, D. Asquith. Front
Row: G. Quick, Highlander, B. Loring, D. Fuller, L. Johnson, Smith, B. Serdahl.
Lack of experienced players, the handicap
that always faces a coach of a sophomore
team, troubled Coach John Aitchison no end
this year, but by the middle of the season
he had developed his Pony football squad
into a smooth working aggregation that will
see plenty of varsity action in the next two
Six games were played this season, the
Ponies winning three, losing two, and tying
one. On the victorious side of the ledger
were a 6 to 2 win over Kewanee sophs, a
13 to 7 victory over Rock Island, and a
tremendous 58 to 0 drubbing of Monmouth.
Losses were to Moline, 25 to 7, and Peoria
Woodruff, 7 to 6. The one tie was a score-
less deadlock in the second game with
Back Row: P. Duvall, L. Webber, B. Turner, P. Wilkinson, B. Dredge, Middaugh, A. Benson, H. Fleisher, D. Cameron, Cowan,
mgr., J. Carlton, mgr. Middle Row: B. Thorp, D. Hicks, D. Barstow, J. Grogan, P. DiPrima, A. Vallero, P. Lindberg, K. Lundeen
H. McClurg, D. Hart, mgr. Front Row: C. Bogard, B. Addis, Hoopes, D. Anderson, D. Boynton, C. Van Dyke, B. Carroll, Gi
Rosine, T. McCants, D. Stotts, mgr.
Coach Gerald Phillips' 1944-45 Silver Streak cage
team will go down in the record books as one of the
greatest, if not the greatest, outfit in GHS basketball
history. This year's team, in winning 24 of 27 games,
captured championships in the Northwest Conference,
the Illini Conference, the Canton Holiday Tournament,
the Regional Tournament, the Sectional Tournament,
and came within an eyelash of being state champs.
Contrary to the usual slow, deliberate type of play
that Galesburg teams had used in the past, this super-
team relied on a blazing fast break that completely
demoralized many of the foes. Using this firewagon
type of play most of the season these Streaks rolled up
1308 points for an average of more than 48 points per
game. Leading the individual scoring was Delbert
Graham, who scored 253 points during the season.
Graham was closely followed by Ray McClure with 249,
Muzz Barstow with 237 and Jimmy Evans with 180.
The Streaks opened the season with four easy wins
over Macomb, Pekin, East Peoria and Monmouth before
Kewanee pulled a big 40-31 upset. However, the Streaks '
bounced back with a 49 to 23 win over Peoria Manual
the next night, and during Christmas vacation they
beat Pekin, 61 to 28, and Canton, 43 to 35, for the
Canton Tourney crown.
Resuming conference competition, the locals took wins from Moline, East Moline,
Canton and Rock Island. After holding a 32-19 lead over Monmouth in the third
quarter, the Streaks went cold and lost their second game of the season, 34 to 32. Once
again the Phillips' men snapped back into form and won a 51 to 23 victory from Corpus
Christi in their next outing. This runaway was followed by other impressive victories
over Kewanee, Moline, Peoria Woodruff, East Moline, Canton, and Rock Island in the
last game of the season.
With the second team playing most of the time the Streaks beat Knoxville 66 to 34,
Princeville 61 to 24, and Altona 81 to 33 for the Regional Tournament championship.
In the Sectional, played in Steele Gym, the locals had to go all out to beat Monmouth
39 to 36, in the first game, but they had a much easier time in the championship game
when they drubbed Canton 81 to 40. This was the fourth victory of the year over
Canton, a new record in the old rivalry, and it gave GHS its eleventh trip to the state
finals in Champaign.
Evans McClure Johns Graham
Hawkinson Wiitkins W'illiams McCoy
The Streaks met and defeated West Iirankfort's Red Birds, the
best team in southern Illinois, by a 45 to 42 count in their Hrst
round game at Champaign, This victory brought the Burgers into
battle with Decatur,s rampaging Big Reds, who had won 36 of 38
games played in the season. After putting up the greatest display
of speed and offensive power in state tournament history, the Streaks
were beaten 73 to 72 by a last-second, overtime basket. The Decatur
club went on to win the championship easily the next day.
Galesburg East Peoria
Galesburg Peoria Manual
Galesburg East Moline
Cralesburg Rock Island
Galesburg Corpus Christi
Galesburg Peoria XVoodrufI
Galesburg East Moline
Galesburg Rock Island
Sandburg Lundeen Barstow Quick
Dccts Boyd Loring Hayes
J. Carlton J. Gumm
R. Still M. Hanson
Although they failed to give Galcsburg its fourth
consecutive NWC sophomore championship, the
1944-45 Pony Cage squad did give the fans plenty
of thrills and with a little more luck might have
equalled the feats of their predecessors.
Coach Charles Bednar's Baby Streaks finished the
season with eight wins and ten defeats. Six of the
defeats came in the last seven games of the year.
Two of the wins were over Monmouthg one, East
Peoria: one, Peoria Manualg one, Peoria Woodruffg
one, Rock lslandg one, Cantong one, New Windsor
varsity. The defeats came at the hands of Kewanee
twice, East Moline twice, Moline twice, Rock Island
once, Canton once, Joy varsity once, and Corpus
MEET "TI-IE BEST TEAM
IN TI-TE STATE"
"Who's the toughest?" the question GHS was asking and is still asking toda !
Our famed Silver Streaks almost captured the state championshi thi l
p s year-a most,
but the powerful Decatur Reds triumphed our five 73-72 in an overtime game. Labeled
the best basketb ll ' h' h
a game in ig school tournament play, the contest went on record as
the most outstanding game ever to be played in George Huff gymnasium at Champaign.
A "sweet sixteenu ranking was achieved as a result of hard k d ff
wor an e ort on the
part of our boys. Throughout the season Coach Phillips and the team looked to a state
entr as ult' '
y imate success. Fans, too, were hoping to see the Streaks reach Champaign,
and followed the team closely, not withstanding the barrier of an out- f-t
o own game.
Then one day all GHS went wild as team and students both departed for the state
finals Puttin all f ' h ' h
. g ait in t e Streaks upon hurdling the first obstacle, the hundreds of
fans cheered madly for a Silver Streak victory over Decatur Accepting the loss was
difficult task, but the kids took it like good sportsmen, and proudly dubbed their team
"the best team in the state!"
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Evans Boyd McCoy Hawkinson
McClure Barstow Graham Lundeen
.. Back Row: R. libony, D. Aldus, B. Rutledge, B. Harshhurger, G. Courtright, D. Garman. Middle Ifow:
E. Griffith, liv. Stewart, Sutor, G. Stewart, B. Quigley, K, Munson, R. Garrett, C. Smith. l'ront
Row: P. DiPrima, ml. Rosine, xl. Mavis, K. Moran, H. Swartout,
From the standpoint of victories, Coach
Cliff Van Dyke's wrestling team did not
enjoy a very successful season, but several
individual stars made things interesting for
the many spectators that turned out to see
this up and Coming sport.
The GHS squad competed in eight dual ,
meets with Davenport, Burlington, Pekin,
Rock Island, and Maquokita. Three of these
meets were won by the local grapplers.
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One GHS wrestler, Gene Courtright, P 5
managed to Win a sectional tournament ,.
crown and advance to the state Hnals in 1,1
Champaign. Here he easily downed two
good opponents and won the state 115
Pound Championship' Grappler Gene Courtright, state Champion, pulls a fast one on
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Because of transportation difficulties, weather and
other handicaps too numerous to mention, the 1944
golf season consisted of only one meet, the annual
NWC championship affair.
In this meet the local divot diggers wound up in
fifth spot, one stroke behind Kewanee. John Boyd-
stun, Bill Pico, Dean Rich, and Bob Sandburg com-
peted in this event for Galesburg, with Boydstun
carding an 86 and a 93 to lead the Silver Streak
This spring the team was not reorganized because
of the aforementioned reasons and the additional
problem of no available coaches. All local golf ad-
dicts are looking forward to the post-war era when
Galesburg can again put an outstanding team on the
links and bring home the NWC crown with cus-
D. Rich J. Boydstun R. Sandburg B. Pico
Press time has rolled around just a little too
soon to give much of the track team's record,
but at the present time prospects look fairly
With two meets under their belts, Coach
Cliff Van Dyke's tracksters are priming them-
selves for the all-important Northwest and
Illini Conference meets and the District and
Big Bob Williams, who holds the school rec-
ord in the discus with a 137 foot, 4 inch
throw, is GHS's biggest hope for an individual
state title. Other mainstays of the track team
are Dick Asquith, Bill Raich, Jim Hoopes, and
Ronald Olson in the dashes, broad jump and
relaysg Delbert Graham in the high jumpg Bob
Rooney, Cecil Franseen, Bud Carroll, and Cliff
Van Dyke, Jr., in the distancesg Roy Matthews
in the hurdles and distances, Aldus Clary in
the 440 and discusg Pat Wilkinson in the high
jumpg Paul Lindberg and Ed Middaugh in the
hurdles, and Dean Fuller and Bill Serdahl in
the pole vault.
As this year's team is made up of sophomores
and juniors, the next two years should be fairly
At the time of writing, Coach Charles
Bednar's baseball team has played only four
of their 20 regularly scheduled gamesg but
the team, which is made up mostly of vet-
erans from last year, has begun to roll and
by tournament time should be one of the
most formidable outfits in this section of
The usual starting line-up for the Streaks
shows Bob Johns at first baseg Bill Loring
at second, Lloyd Hawkinson at short, Jim
Evans at third, and Del Graham, George
Lundeen, Merle Barstow and Ray McClure
in the outfield. The pitching staff is made
up of Bob Seifert, Bruce Wzatkins, Merle
Barstow, Lloyd Hawkinson, Jim Evans and
Ray McClure. Bob Sandburg handles the
Graham Barstow Lundeen
To promote sportsmanship, good lead-
ership, and build strong healthy bodies
was the threefold objective of the Girls'
The officers, Angeline Vourgias, presi-
dentg Marilyn Lambie, vice-presidentg
Helen Cabeen and Shirley Tracey, sec-
retariesg and Barbara Wade, treasurer, to-
gether with the chairmen of the various
sports comprised the GAA Board. With
the aid of Miss Marion Munn and Miss
Harryette Salyers many interesting and
varied activities were included in the
Introducing a new idea into the life
of GHS was an all-school carnival, the
"Penny Fair." The highlight of the
year was a camping trip held at Camp
Under the direction of Coach Charles Bednar,
the GHS intramural program for the past few
years has been one of the finest, if not the finest,
program of its kind in the state. This year proved
no exception as hundreds of boys and girls com-
peted in almost a score of athletic events.
Volleyball and basketball proved to be two of
the most popular sports during the season. The
volleyball tourney was played off in one week
while basketball competition was started in De-
cember and did not end until late in March.
Other successful tournaments were carried out in
soccer, ping pong, horseshoes, wrestling, and bad-
The Cubs, Senior League champs, struggle
for a rebound in a close and exciting intra-
mural game in boys' gym.
for a chance at the championship.
The photographer catches a close-up of rugged action
at Cooke Field as two intramural soccer clubs fight
R. McClure and S. Furry, Winners of the ping pong
tournament, give the camera-man a break as they
rest between matches.
Over the net goes the ball in one of the closely con-
tested intramural volleyball games in Steele Gym.
B. Carroll flings out another ringer as E. Hayes
looks on. These two Copped championships in the
horse shoe contest.
B. Powell Black
M. Bandy B. Damberg F. Firth
The GHS cheerleaders gained
unusual recognition this year
when they were celebrated as the
most outstanding yell-leaders at
the state basketball tournament.
Their enthusiasm, ability and
tireless practice enabled them to
cheer the Silver Streaks to vic-
tory game after game.
A new yell, "Bow Wowski,"
gained much approval from both
the spectators and the team.
One hundred per cent inter-
est was created by numerous pep
assemblies conducted by the
cheerleaders throughout the year.
Mr. Roy Damberg and Miss
Harryette Salyers were co-spon-
sors of the group.
The sophomore cheerleaders,
not to be outdone by the varsity
squad, put plenty of zip and
action into the yell routines at
the games in addition to plan-
ning pep rallies and assembly
meetings at school.
Working along with the var-
sity cheerleaders and practicing
just as diligently, the sophs were
a great help in introducing new
yells to the rooting section, and
created plenty of enthusiasm to
back up their pony teams.
C. Dwyer M. Doran
C. Loring C. Bengtson B. Seibert
An unusual attraction of both
football and basketball games was
the performance of the GHS flag
swingers. To the accompaniment
of the band, these girls swung
brightly colored flags in perfect
unison. This group, under the di-
rection of Mr. Edwin Lantz, was
first organized at Galesburg High
School five years ago.
Another example of half-time
entertainment is the baton twirlers.
The snappy footwork and excellent
twirling ability shown by these
girls is the result of long hours of
practice together. Led by Beverly
Powell and also under the direction
of Mr. Edwin Lantz, the baton
twirlers completed a successful year
and are looking forward to a bigger
and better season next year.
Top Row: P. Fogarty, B. Bird, D. Norris, D. Holmes, G. Stanbary
Third Row: L. Crouse, B. Stites, M. Domdey. Second Row: R
Chapin, L. Jordan. Front Row: B. Wagher.
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This has been a wonderful year at GHS
-wonderful not only in the sense of having
a good time, but also because of the num-
erous successes Galesburg High has claimed.
These successes were not due entirely to the
Work of a certain department, but to the
students and the type of school life they en-
Freshman Alley was always a hub-bub of
activity, Streaky,s Place, a center of interest,
and ol' Abe the meeting place for many a guy
and a gal. Then there was the excitement of
going to state, and the thrill as the Streaks
were almost rated champs. The Winning
streak of our football team, the fun of attend-
ing out-of-town games, and the hushed awe
of the audience as the curtain went up on
another one of our successful dramatic pro-
ductions all made for school life.
Not soon to be forgotten are the dances,
Fun Nites, pie sales, assembly programs, con-
certs, in addition to the little incidents of the
classroom. These will be long remembered,
particularly by the seniors, as this last year
climaxed their three-years stay at Galesburg
It Was the friendliness of everyone-loiter-
ing around the lockers, talking by favorite
stairways, and all pulling together for a happy
year that made the past year at GHS one of
the best in history.
Darwceg and Fun Nrtes,
Textboaks and Classes,
All made up school We
For our lads amd leases
"Streaky's Place," the student recreation
room, was the big project of the year for
the Student Council. Host to the County
Conference this spring was another out-
standing event in the council's yearly pro-
Under the capable leadership of president
jack Brooking and his assisting officers, Don
Pearson, vice-president, Anne Smith, sec-
retary, and Eldon Herron, treasurer, and
under the sponsorship of Miss Alice Jones
and Mr. Frank Snyder, the representative
group of GHS provided many entertaining
features for the students. Homecoming last
fall was planned and sponsored by the coun-
cil. Those ever popular "Fun Nites" held
in Steele Gym will be long remembered by
the many boys and girls Who attended them,
as well as the extraordinary guest dance held
April 20. Another event not soon forgotten
is the pie sale, which the council claims as
its sole sponsor.
Besides selling tickets, improving attend-
ance records, and sponsoring dances, the
council worked for a better school spirit.
For this reason the student body is proud
of its Student Council.
Back Row: A. Vourgias, H. Swartout, B, Hanson, G. Shirck, L. Lundccn, B. Sullixan. Middle Row: J. Black, B. Crawford, S. Dean,
Boynton, kl. lfvans, C. Gerstenbergcr, B. Chapman. Front Row: XV. Davis, R. McClure, Nl. Xvilkins, Swanson, B. Hanncgan, D.
Not in Picture: D. Lerscli, H. Flcislwr, lf. Howard.
Back Row: R. Olson, D. Potts. M. Barstow, L. Glass, G. Quick, D. Asquitli. Middle Row: L. Albert, M. Vitali. B. Swigcrt, B. Barnes,
C. Nichols, L. Hawkinson, J. Walsh. Front Row: R. Carlson, Larson. il. Hoopcs, F. Firth, K. Lundecn, B. Larson, S. Savidge.
the Cwirls' Service League with every girl a member. Begin-
ning with the impressive induction service last fall and end-
ing with the annual banquet in the spring, the League was
S E R V I Q E continually planning programs and get-togethers for the
K i I R I "It can happen here"-and it did, a successful year for
girls at GHS.
Carolyn Gerstenberger served as president with Barbara
Bullis, Mary Isaacson, and Joan Middaugh completing the
executive council. This group worked together with the
L E A E cabinet under the capable leadership of Miss Alice Jones, Miss
Ruth Stickle, Miss Sylvia Ryin, and Mrs. Wilma Pilger.
Top Row: B. Jacobs, M. Thompson, S. Cooley, M. Lucas, S. Johnson, B. Dickinson, xl. Wilson, B. Hessler. Third Row: Hunni-
cutt, D. Brent, J. Lindberg, M. Larson, M. Starr, J. Paccy, B. Lauerman, j. Harvey. Second Row: C. Gibbs, H. Milroy, B.
Mason, P. Norman, S. Stayton, M. Burford, AI. Davidson. Front Row: C. Thompson, M. Mills, L. Patterson, C. White, G.
Cunningham, G. Bowden.
N S ik
Be alive in WSH-the slogan for the Boys' Forum which
was well lived up to this year! Everything from staging a
"Stag Fun Nite" last fall to sponsoring assembly programs to I
suit every boy in school fell into the yearly program of the
Headed by Ray McClure, who was assisted by Dean Fuller,
Lloyd Hawkinson, Don Pearson, Bill Loring, Bob Chapman.
and Marvin Fuller, the Boys' Forum witnessed a very success-
ful school life. The sponsors were Mr. Frank Snyder, Mr.
T. V. Brooking, Mr. Charles Bednar, Mr. Roy Damberg, and
Mr. Howard Whitcolnb.
Top Row: gl. Smith, G. Lundeen, A. Taylor, j. Rosine, P. Struble, L. johnson, B. W'illiams. Third Row: B. Damberg, N. Cab-
rera, B. Schafer, -I. McCoy, L. Johnson, AI. Highlander, S. Furry. Second Row: M. Padilla, K. Nelson, G. Courtright, R. Still,
J. Carlton, P. W'ilkinson, B. Nordhielm, B. Linner. Front Row: johnson, D. Foster, XV. Christy, B. Marquis, D. Anderson,
D. Hunter, Grogan, C. Van Dyke.
"Extra-Extra-Extra" and once again the
Budget was hor off the press and into the hands
of its eager readers. Giving its subscribers the
latest news of school affairs and extra-curricular
activities, the weekly newspaper became the "voice
With Miss Dorothy Hanlon and Mr. Roy Dam-
berg, editorial and technical advisors, respectively,
Editor Bob Sullivan together with his associate
editors and reporters produced a newspaper of
Serving as associate editor was Anna Sophia
Johnson, news editor, Joan Walters, sports editor,
Bill Stephenson, feature editor, Anne Smith, and
photographer, Gene Cunningham.
Chief accountant was Ethel Rogers with Lola
Beth Rodeffer as her assistant. Jeanne Kelly and
Virginia Jones worked on advertising, while cir-
culation manager was Bob Linner, assisted by
Shirley Dean and Shirley Saunders. Business staff
apprentices were Dean Anderson, Ann Davis,
Catherine Dudman, Lois Gullstrand, Joan Kling,
Alice Muschler, Delores Myers, Clifford Loring,
Kathlyn Luttrell, Bob Seibert, and Gretchen
Deadlines are discussed by Fairbairn, Barnes, Mason, Clark, Carpenter, McCaughy, Zeldes, Nelson, and
Morgan, Hanson, and Englund as they receive Carlson check, type, and rewrite their stories.
Berg, Edwardson, En
lund, and Johnson plan
make-ups .md discuss
Swanson, Beauchamp, Litvin, West,
and Quigley get a first-hand glimpse
in the print shop.
The editorial stafif, Smith
Stephenson, Wtilters, Ap-
plebey, and Cunningham,
gaze proudly on the fin-
ished product, your Budg-
To the student body:
Here it is, the 1945 Reflector! We hope you
like it and have as much fun reading it as we did
From the very beginning of school last fall the
work of the yearbook staff has progressed. Plenty
of time and effort on the part of all the staff
members was required. Planning layouts, sched-
uling pictures, and writing copy are just a few of
the problems, in addition to the shortages and
priorities of a war year.
You,ve probably seen us many times working
overtime in our little Reflector corner in the aft
room. Long hours after school, evenings after
supper, and Saturday work all were required.
This is our cue to sign off, but let us add one
afterthought. We realize it would be impossible
to transcribe all the good times at school this
year, but We hope We've helped you remember a
few of the highlights of 1945.
Lois ANN LUNDEEN,
F airbairn Thoman DeWeese
Hesslcr Wade Isaacson Endter Gcrstcnberger
V ONLY A
Red letter days of the autumn season were Novem-
ber 16 and 17 when the 1945 Reflectavue was pre-
sented before two capacity crowds. Decked out in
handle-bar moustaches and side-burns, up hair does
and full skirts, the students of GHS Went "Gay
Ninetyn and produced an old-fashioned melodrama
"Only A Farmer's Daughterf, typical of Grandma's
Written by Lois Ann Lundeen, Jack Brooking,
Jerry Johnston, and Anne Smith and directed by
Miss Irene Freeman, the Reflectavue proved highly
entertaining and scored a direct hit as another suc-
cessful dramatic production.
Peanut venders, barkers, a ten-piece band, and
comical stage manager-all were part of the musical
comedy as Well as the impromptu "victims" selected
from the audience. Clever skits and impersonations
comparable to early vaudeville acts received the well-
rounded applause of the spectators. Keynoted with
gay, lively dances and romantic old favorites such as
'twabash Moonf' the Reflectavue was Well-delivered
from the very opening curtain to the grand finale,
"The Surrey with the Fringe on Topf,
Two old maids, an unsuspecting victim, and
a decanter of elderberry wine provided the three
essentials for the hilarious murder comedy,
"Arsenic and Old Lacef' presented on the GHS
stage, March 6 and 7.
Well enacted by the members of the cast,
the all-school play under the direction of Miss
Irene Freeman, attracted full houses both
The play was a fast-moving one, which cen-
tered around the life of the Brewster family.
Ed Wickersham, posing as "Teddy Rooseveltv
Brewster, Frances Alice Firth as Aunt Abbie,
the more ambitious of the two spinstersg and
Dick Mawby as the unscrupulous Dr. Einstein
did professional acting in the portrayal of their
characters. Other members of the cast were
Bob Crawford, Marilyn Nelson, Ralph Smith,
Peggy Stouifer, Dale Riley, Charles Fauset,
Jerry Johnston, Charles Kline, Martin Litvin,
and Charles House.
Fauset, Crawford, Nelson, Kline, Smith, Johnston, Mawby, Riley, Litvin, House
"People would go smilin' through the years if
they only knew what they'd find at the end of
the road," concluded the ghost of Moonyeen Clare
as the curtain fell on the commencement play,
"Smilin' Through," given May 3 and 4. This
touching love story spiced with light comedy
which took place in a beautiful, outdoor setting
of the English countryside, was the climax of an-
other year of successful dramatic productions at
The list of characters included John Carteret,
characterized by Jack Brookingg Dr. Owen and
Kathleen, portrayed by Dick Mawby and Marilyn
Nelsong and Kenneth Wayne, Kathleen's lover,
The second act introduced Moonyeen Clare,
played by Mary Isaacson, as John's fiance, who
was killed by Ted Beauchamp in the role of Jere-
Rounding out the cast were Marilyn Johnson
as faithful old Ellen, Charles Kline, tag-along
Willie, and Shirley Jenks as Mary Clare.
enks, Beauchamp, Mawby
Back Row: M. Abrahamson, C. Newberg,
M. L. West, B. Dutton, H. Anderson, K.
Nelson, M. West, E. Elliott, B. Hesslcr,
M. Johnson. Front Row: M. Kemmer, P.
Bacon, M. Olson, Brand, C. Wilson.
C. Dudman, H. Anderson, L. Patterson,
B. Jackson, E. Ogden, S. Dyer, M. Isaac-
son, B. Henderson, P. Fogarty.
Back Row: W. Wilson, Middaugh, B
Pittman, J. Johnston. Front Row: D
Gray, P. Smith, E. Herron, M. Litvin, M
Nelson, A. Muschler.
Tut! Tut! Sully, no holding hands in
" 'Tis better to have loved and lost,
Than never to have loved at allf'
El Herron sells 21 slice.
The Beehive in Forty-five.
Your guess is as good as ours.
"Aw come on, Junior, have a bite."
What are you smiling at?
fC0uldn,t be the ice creamj
Peek-a-boo, Mr. Garst.
"Strike up the band" and Mr. Ed-
win Lantz swings his baton into action
as seventy-nine instrumentalists give
musical color to many school activities.
Always on hand for half-time en-
tertainment at both football and
basketball games, the band executed
snappy formations on the gridiron and
played lively marches in Steele Gym.
Pep rallies and assembly programs,
community concerts and similar per-
formances are all examples of the
band's appearances this year, in addi-
tion to the music contests in which
many students participated.
Officers for the year were Dick
Mawby, presidentg Keith Sand, vice-
presidentg Elsie Howard, secretaryg
and Jim Anderson, treasurer.
Also under the direction of Mr. Ed-
win Lantz is the orchestra composed
of thirty-nine music-minded students
The group performed for many
civic organizations and community
gatherings as Well as presenting pro-
grams to the student body. Appearing
at the various grade and junior high
schools in the city was another service
of the orchestra.
The members elected Bob Damberg,
Bob Edmunds, Frances Firth, and
Wanda Huff as president, vice-presi-
dent, secretary, and treasurer, respect-
This spring the musicians spent
many hours of rehearsal in preparation
for the music contests in which en-
semble groups participated. Then the
formal concert, presented May 8,
proved a stirring climax for the yearis
The a cappella choir of sixty-five voices, under
the direction of Miss Lucille Robertson, witnessed
a very successful year-making numerous appear-
ances in both school and community affairs, in
addition to presenting a Christmas concert last
winter and a spring concert May 25.
The members elected Shirley Johnson, Jean
Magnuson,Maxine Britton,Gretchen Shirck, Henry
Imel, and Charles House to represent the Choir
Receiving first place ratings in the music con-
tests were Stella McMaster, Gretchen Shirck, James
Leahy, Henry Imel, and Harold Brumield, who
brought more honor to the choir's list of successes.
D. ll. Allen R. Carroll H. Imel
M. Alps V. Coons S. Johnson
P. Baars D Coziahr M. Killingsworth
R. Barbero V. Deweese j, Larson
A. Bateman C. Franscen J. Leahy
B. Blanshan L. Frymire P. Levinson
ml. Brand L. Greenwell P. Lindberg
D. Bray D. Hanson B. Linner
M. Britton S. Haskins K. Lundeen
H. Brumfleld S. Haynes M. Luvall
M. ll. Carlson C. House S. McMaster
M. Carlson S. House QI. Magnuson
C. Coppoclt D. Hog! V. Mathias
Rosine, Brumheld, Johnson, Leahy
The Christmas spirit of festival and song
together with its more serious meaning pre-
vailed in the halls of GHS Friday, Decem-
ber 22, as the a cappella choir and the girls,
glee club presented n formal Christmas con-
cert to the students.
In a beautiful setting of tall, red candles
and frosted Christmas trees the boys and
girls completed a very picturesque scene
symbolic of the holiday season. Traditional
old favorites were sung by the entire group,
with several selections given by a quartet of
Miss Lucille Robertson, director, her as-
sociates, and the two choral groups are to be
congratulated upon their fine performance.
J. Potter, P. Norman, B. Mason, NW. Weidner, M.
Jones, M. Litvin, G. Darrah, M. Cozad, D. Stiarwalt,
B. Raieh, D. Bonehante, R. Ebony, B. Anson, NX'
Todd, K. Wilson, J. Parsons, M. Lindroth, D. Basham
B. Roman, C. Coppock, C. House, T. Barlow, P
Pierson, M. Harbae, D. Bellamy, li. Wadhams, L.
Furrow, D. Peterson, Bengtson, B. Crawford, G
Boyer, M. Crouse, V. Jones, H. Hassclbacher, R
Olson, M. Wagher, M. Olson, D. Anderson, S. Evans,
L. Rodcffer, J. Moos, H. Guenther, J. Highlander,
L. Midclaugh, Fairbairn, J. Gavillet, C. Smith, If
Scott, R. Still, F. McCaughey, M. Gludson, V. Eby
H. Baughman, D. Robinson, J. Swanson, D. Shriber,
G. Quick, R. Smith, D. Rich, J. Bowman.
Back Row: Mr. Griffith, T. Gatlin,
D. Walton, C. Danielson, K. Moran.
Front Row: R. Crummer, D. Stotts,
W. Jcwsbury, R. Grabill, M. Han-
son, R. Woolsey.
FUTURE FARMERS OE AMERICA
Top Row: R. Upp, K. Roberson, C. Morling
J. Rosine, C. Rhykerd, B. Stinson, J. Gumm
E. Wadell, L. Uhlman. Third Row: L. Lentz
D. Sundberg, H. Sundberg, K. Munson, L
Wadhams, E. Bender. Second Row: Mr. Dunn
E. Stewart, J. Mavis, E. Stewart, W. Mecum
R. Rich. Front Row: R. Garrett, M. Flick-
inger, E. Eckman, L. Judson, P. DiPrima, G
Stewart, D. Garman, J. Haynes, R. Stotts.
MUSIC HONOR LEAGUE
Third Row: R. Carlson, B. Simmen, W.
Jcwsbury, B. Silverman, P. Morrison, Mr.
Lantl. Second Row: H. Cabeen, R. Mead,
D. Mills, A. Storey, xl. Pearson, B. W'ade,
K. Bryngelson, D. Basham. First Row:
I.. Albert, S. McMaster, P. Oberlander, C.
Nichols, VV. Huff. P. Norman, V. De-
In addition to having major activities and organi-
zations, GHS has its smaller interest groups and clubs.
The Cadet Club, which boasts the largest mem-
bership of this group, is in charge of directing hall
traffic. The movie operators, under the direction of
Mr. John Griffith, form the visual aids department
of the school and are in charge of operating the
movie projector for classroom Hlms. The Future
Farmers of America is made up of boys interested in
agriculture. Mr. Ray Dunn heads this group which
has accomplished many worthwhile projects during
the year. The Music Honor League was formed in
order to create a better understanding of music and
to provide a club for all students interested in music.
Another organization that has become strong the
past year is the Varsity Club composed of all boys
who have earned a letter sweater.
Top Row: D. Fuller, D. Rich, D. Asquith
J. Carlton, J. McCoy, R. Marlow, R. Mat-
thews. Middle Row: M. Barstow, R
Sandburg, E. Boyd, B. W'atkins,- R. Dyer
Front Row: G. Quick, G. Lundeen, R
McClure, D. Graham, L. Hawkinson, B
Loring, H. Swartout. Not in Picture: ,I
Evans, B. Willianis, B. Rooney, D. Loh-
mar, K. Moran, D. Garman, J. Boydstun
B. johns, D. Aldus, P. DiPrima, R. Fbony
xl. Mavis, J. Rosinc, B. Damberg.
Big Chief and Indian Princess
Homecoming at GHS this year was
held on October 27-a day when return-
ing grads came to visit their alma mater.
The day,s activities included an assem-
bly in the afternoon, the football game
with Rock Island at night, and the tradi-
tional Homecoming dance following the
Steele Gym was transformed into a
happy hunting ground as the GHS braves
and their maidens assembled at the "Pache
Pow-XVow.,' The highlight of the eve-
ning was the crowning of .lim Evans and
Carolyn Gerstenberger as Big Chief and
Indian Princess of the affair.
Fancy couples at the Hop
Debs and dates were the com-
mon thing at GHS this year, as
the gals and guys went "all outn
for vie dances and platter hops
held in Steele Gym.
Interrupted somewhat by the
coal shortage, the social program
was resumed again with the
"dim lights-smooth Clancingn
routine, and everyone having a
What's wrong? Punch strong?
Promenadin' at the Prom
The Induction Service
Character, leadership, service, and
scholarship constitute the four-fold
basis of the National Honor Society.
With Miss Hazel Anderson as sponsor,
the group was in charge of the service
flag and servicemen's placque, in addi-
tion to planning the Induction Assem-
bly and the banquet in the spring.
Twenty-six seniors and fourteen
juniors became members of the society
at the annual induction ceremony.
Elected in 1944 were ten students who
composed the active chapter for the
school year. Officers were Lois Ann
Lundeen, Bob Crawford, Dick Mawby,
and Ed Wickersham as president, vice-
president, secretary, and treasurer, re-
spectively. One member, Jim Wilkins,
is in the service.
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Steppin, into Streaky's Place
. . . . sometimes spelled "Streak-ease Place,
with its upholstered rocking chairs and com-
"Streaky's Placeu was created as a result
nf the need for a social room for the students
of GHS. Witla the Student Council taking
the lead, printed draperies, rugs, floor lamps,
magazine subscriptions, and other furnishings
came pouring into the prospective lounge as
an all-school survey was conducted. When
all the finishing touches had been applied,
"Streaky's Placen was ready for exhibition,
and an opening party was held.
Characteristic of the life at GHS are the
youthful figures mounted above the Wall-
board. A trophy case is in one corner, and
a glass-cased bulletin board extends the
length of the side Wall board. Now, com-
plete with radio, victrola, popular records,
and a piano, "Streaky's Placen is ideal for
group meetings, parties, or "just to come
in and talkf'
Free punch for all
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just sittin, around
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We leave our ,45 caps, "G" sweaters, and
textbooks behind us. CDur lockers ckme for the
last time. The sound of footsteps of the last
senior echoes through Freshman Alley. A hushed
silence falls over the building, as We the class of
'45 go out to help build a better world, pledging
that We will keep the faith that has been en-
trusted to us iVVelook to the future,to accept
its challenges and its hopes.
Cabeen, Helen Dale. 20, 62, ss, so Cave. Donald, 42 Cordell. Marilyn. 42
Abrahamson, Marilyn, 20, 82
Adams, Richard, 42
Adcock, Dale, 34
Adcock, Shirley, 20
Addis, Billy, 42, 51
Adolphson, Roseanne, 20, 84
Ahlgren, Faye, 34
Ahline, Bette, 34, 84
Aitchison, Mr. John, 13, 51
Albert, Eleanor, 34
Albert, Lois, 42, 71
Alderson, Lois, 34
Aldus, Dick, 20, SS
Baars, Phyllis, 42, 86, 87
Babbitt, JoAnne, 21
Babbitt, Mary, 34
Babbitt, Shirlee, 34, 67
Bacon, Patricia, 34, 82
Baird, Helen, 42
Baker, Jim, 34, 50
Baker, Russell, 20
Bandy, hlary, 20, 66, 78. 79
Barbero, Reva, 20, 86, 87
Barlow, Teresa, 20, 88
Barnes, Bill, 34, 71, 74, 77
Barngrover, Miss Margaret, 12. 76
Barstow, David, 42, 51
Barstow, Merle. 48. 54, 56, 61, 71, 89
Basham, Dorothy, 20, 85, 88. 89
Bateman, Agatha, 21, 86. 87
Baughman, Marthaiean, 84
Baughman, Richard. 42
Beauchamp, Tulie, 34, 75, 84
Beauchamrl, Ted, 21, 81
Bednar, Mr. Charles. 13, 55
Bellamy, Charlene, 42
Bellamy, Dale, 88
Bender, Eugene, 42, 88
Bengtson, Carlee, 42, 66, 79, 90
Bengtson, Jan. 21
Benson, Arthur, 42, 50
Nick, 35, 73
Calderone, Bernice, 20
Cameron, Richard, 42, 51, 55
Marjorie, 35, 86, 87
Mary Jo, 42, 86, 87
Paul, 42, 84
Ronald, 21, 71, 74, 84,
Jerrv, 35, 51, 54, 73,
Carmichael. Charlotte, 35, 84
Carpenter, Dorothy, 20, 21, 74.
Robert, 35, 65, 86, 87
Robert L., 42, 51, 55
Carter, Stuart, 35
Cassell, Betty, 21
Dail, Shirley, 42
Dalton, Joan, 42
Damberg, Robert, 35, 66, 73, 84, 85
Damberg, Mr. Roy, 15, 75
Danielson. Charles, 23, 30, 88
Darrah, Gerry, 23. 88
Davidson, Joan, 22, 67, 72, 79
Davis, Ann, 42
Davis, Helen, 35
Davis, Juanita, 42
Davis, VVinona, 19, 22, 71, 93
Dean, Shirley. 35. 71
Deets, Donald. 22, 54
DeSpain, Shirley. 35
Eastman, Ben, 22, 30
Ebony. Ralph, 58
Eby, Vada. 35, 88
Eckman, Edward, 88
Edmonds, Robert, 42, 84, 85
Edmunds, Dorothy, 42
Edwardson, Clara, 35, 75, 77
Egan, Mr. Robert, 10
Aldus, Peggy, 34
Alexander, Eileen, 20
Allen, Dorothy E., 42, 86, 87
Allen, Dorothy M., 42
Allen, Louis, 42
Allison, Frank, 34, 64
Allison, Shirley, 34
Alps, Marilyn, 34, 86, 87, 93
Alstedt, Maxine. 21
Amen, Larry, 42
Anderson, Dean, 42, 51, 73. 84
Anderson, Miss Hazel, 14, 82, 92
Berg, Gloria, 34, 75
Bergwall. Edward. 42, 84
Berry, YVilma, 42
Beserra, Mary Louise, 42
Biddle, Mrs. Vera, 12
Bielema, Patricia, 42
Billups. Delores. 34
Bird. Bernice, 42. 67
Black, Jeanne, 34, 66
Blair, Carlene. 42
Blanshan. Barbara, 42, 86, 87
Bodeen, Ruth, 42
Bogard, Clarence, 42, 51
Bogard, Phyllis, 42
Bogren, Oliver, 42, 84
Bonehante, Dolores. 42, 88
Bond, Mrs. Ruth, 13
Boone, Rosemae, 21
Bowden, Gloria. 42, 72
Bowman, Tim, 77, 84
Bowman, Marjorie, 34
Boyd. Earl. 21, 50, 54. 56, 89
Boydstun, John. 20. 59
Boyer, Gloria, 34, 79, 88
Boyer, Mary, 34
Boyer, Richard. 42
Boynton, Donald, 42, 51
Chamness, Jo Ann, 42, 79
Chandler. Mrs. R. A.. 10
Chapin, Ramona, 42, 67
Chaoman, Bob. 35, 71, 73
Christensen, Veda, 41
Christofferson, Alice. 22
Christy. Wayne, 42. 73
Clark, Betty Lou, 42
Clark, Beverly June. 42
Clark, Errolene. 22. 74
Clary, Aldis, 42, 50, 55
Clary, John, 42
Conley, James, 22
Cooley, Mariorie, 22
Cooley, Shirley, 42, 72
Coons, Velma, 86. 87
Cooper. Francis, 35, 84
Coppock, Clark, 35, 86, 87, 88
Devlin, Lee. 22
DeXVec-se, Velma, 22, 76, 84, 85, 86,
DeVVitt, Lloyd, 42
Dickerson, Johann, 42
Dickinson, Barbara, 35, 42, 72. 79
Dickinson, Kenneth. 35
DiPrima, Phillin, 42. Sl, 58, S8
Domdey, Dwayne. 23
Domdev, Mariorie, 42, 67
Donaldson, Mr. Leroy, 13, 76
Doran, Marv Margaret, 42, 66, 79
Dowd, William. 42
Doyle, Mary, 42
Ehlen, Robert, 22
Ehlen, VVilliam, 22
Elliott. Emily, 42. 82
Elphick, Edith, 35
Endter, Dale, 35, 77
England, Harley, 22
Englund, Thelma, 35, 75
Anderson, ack, 42
Anderson, im, 84
Anderson, orraine, 21
Anderson, Miss Rachel, 15
Anderson, Wilma, 42
Angell, Ramona, 34
Anson, Barbara, 34. 88
Applebey, Frances, 21, 75
Arie, Blanche, 42
Arie, Nellie, 21
Arnold, Mr. Don, 14
Asquith, Dick, 34, 50, 60, 71, 89
Boynton, Dorothy, 42, 84
Boynton, Jerry, 42, 55, 71
Bradbury. Frances. 20, 62
Bradley, Jeanne, 20
Brand, Jaylene, 34, 82, 86, 87
Bray, Delsenia, 20, 86, 87
Breck, Eleanor, 34
Breckenridge, Mattie Belle, 34
Brehm, Earl, 34
Brent, Dorothy, 20. 72
Brissey, Bonnie, 34
Britton, Maxine, 35, 86, 87
Brock. Gale, 21, 84
Brooking. Jack, 18, 20, 22, 70, 78,
79, 81, 92. 93
Brooking, Mr. Thomas, 14
Brumfield. Harold, 21, 86, 87
Bryant, Beverlee, 42
Brvngelson, Kate, 19, 21, 28, 62, 77
Bullis, Barbara. 19, 21, 72, 79, 93
Burford, Marjorie, 20, 72
Burgess, Willard, 35. S4
Burkhalter. Joan. 35
Burnette, Gene, 20
Burnside. Terry, 20, 50
Byerly, Betty, 42
Courtright. Gene, 58, 73
Cowan, James, 22. 51
Cox, Mr. John, 10
Cozad, Dorothy, 23
Cozad, Mary. 42, 88
Coziahr. Doris. 23, 86, 87
Crain. Joyce, 35
Crawford, Robert, 18, 23, 71, 79, 80
Crouse, Lorraine, 42, 67
Crouse, Marcella, 35, 88
Crummer. Rowland, 35, 88
Cullura, Rosie. 35
Cunningham, Gene, 35, 72, 75, 84
Cunningham, Virginia. 42
Currey, Colleen, 35
Cushman, Rodney, 42
Dredge, YVilliam, 42. 50, 55
Droke, Gwendola. 42
Dudman. Mary Catherine, 42, 82
Dugan. VVavne. 23
Duncan. LeNora June. 42
Dunn. Mr. Ray, 13, 89
Dunay, Pauline. 23
Dutton, Barbara. 23, 82
Duvall, Phillip. 51
Duvall, Shirley, 23
Dwyer, Carlyene. 42. 66. 90
Dyer, Ronald, 22, 48. 89
Dyer, Shirley, 42, 82
Englund, VVilma. 35, 74
Erickson, Joan, 23
Erickson. John, 23, 84, 93
Erwin, Pauline, 36
Evans. Jim, 18, 23, 48, 52, 56, 61, 71
90, 92. 93
Evans, Shirley, 36, 88
Fairbairn, James, 36, 74, 88
Fauset, Charles, 23, 79, 80, 84
Fauset, gghn, 42, 84
Fields. ary, 42
Felt, Jim, 42, 84
Flickinger, Marvin, 42, 88
Fogarty, Patricia, 42, 67, 82
Formhals, Charles, 23
Forsythe, Don, 36
Foster, Richard, 42, 73
Firth, Frances Alice, 36, 66, 71, 79,
80, 85, 93
Fleharty, Bill, 42
Fleisher, Homer, 42, 51, 55, 93
Gabrielson, Shirley, 23
Gale, Mrs. Irma, 13
Fox, Norma, 36
Frambes, Phyllis, 42
Frambes, Shirley, 22
Franklin, Marcia, 22
Gladson, Marilyn, 36
Glass, Lillian, 24, 71
Galyean, Royland, 36
Gardner, Mary, 36, 84
Garman, Dale, 23, 58, 88
Garman, Doris, 23, 62, 63
Garner, Emil, 43
Garrett, Ralph, 43, 58, 88
Garrett, Ruth, 44
Garst, Mr. Harry, 12
Gatlin, Ted, 23, 64, 88
Gerstenburger, Carolyn, 18, 24, 71, 72,
77, 79, 90, 93
Gibbs, Charlotte, 43, 72
Gilbert, June, 43, 85
Haggenjos, Miss Carolyn, 15
Hall, Mary. 26
Hallberg, Howard, 43, 84
Hallstrom, Elizabeth Ann, 36
Hamilton, Carl, 24
Hammond, Velma, 24
Hand, Barbara, 43
Hanlon, Miss Dorothy, 13, 75
Hanna, James, 43
Hannegan, Betty, 43, 71
Betty, 36, 74, 93
Hanson, Dale, 43, 86, 87
Hanson, Lois Mae, 24
Hanson, Melvin, 24, 54, 88
Hanson, VVillard, 43
Harbac, Maxine, 36, 88
Harden, Mr. E. L., 4, 5, 92
Harkstrom, Jean Shirley, 43
Harris, Theda, 43
Harshbarger, Mr. Royal, 14
Harshbarger, William, 43, 58
Godsil, No'rma, 36
Goff, Josephine, 43
Gonzales, Vita, 36
Goodwin, Mr. VVilliam, 14
Gould. Dean, 43
Grabill, Paul, 24, 30, 64
Grabill, Roy, 43, 88
Graflund, Dick, 43
Graham, Delbert, 24, 50, 52. 56, 61, 89
Gray, Dick, 24, 34, 60, 82
Green, Don, 36, 84
Greenwell, Lois, 25, 26, 86, 87
Gregory, Joe, 25
Hawkins, Velma, 36
Hawkinson, Lloyd, 36, 48, 53, 56, 61,
71, 73, 89, 93
Hayes, Earle, 54, 65
Hayes, Phil, 25
Haynes, Alice, 36
Haynes, gim, 88
Haynes, hirley, 25. 86, 87
Healy, Betty, 43, 67, 84
Heavilen, S irley, 36
Helms, Samalee, 36
Hendricks, Raymond, 43, 55
Henderson, Betty Jane, 43, 82
Herbst, Mr. Milton, 13
Herrin, Dorothy, 24
Herron, Eldon, 19, 22, 24, 70, 82, 93
Herron, Gene, 43
Hessler, Barbara, 19, 24, 28, 72, 77,
Heston, Darlene, 36
Hevland, Marjorie, 24, 62
Hart, Don, 43, 51, 86
Harvey, Janet, 25, 72
Haskins, E'arl, 36
Haskins, Shirley, 43, 84, 85, 86,
Hasselbacker, Helen, 25
Hatch, Harry, 25
Hawkins, Mrs. Florence, 15
Imel, Henry, 43, 86, 87
Ingraham, Nora, 43
Jackson, Betty, 43, 82
Jackson, Betty Jean, 43
acobs, Beverly, 43, 72
acobs, Shirley, 43
Jacobson, Phyllis, 37
enks, Shirley, 43, 81, 84
ewsbury, YVilliam, 19, 24, 84, 85,
Jiles, Claster, 43
Johns, Bob, 50, 52, 57
ohns, Margaret, 24
ohnson, Alice, 37, 75
ohnson, Anna Sophia, l9,24,75,8
ohnson, Beverly, 37
Kainu, Miss Myrtle, 12
Keene, Kenneth, 43
Kelly, Jeanne. 19, 25, 76, 79
Kelso, Catherine, 37
Kemmer, Mildred, 26, 82
Kenan, VVilliam, 43
Lamb, Miss Flora, 15
Lambie, Marilyn, 27, 62
Lancey, Betty Jo, 43
Landon, Mr. Roy, 15
Lanstrum, Jean, 43, 79
Lantz, Mr. Edwin, 13. 84, 89
Larsen, Barbara, 43, 71
Larsen, Mary, 27
Larsen, Miriam, 37, 72
Larson, Dorothy, 43
Larson, Harold, 27
Larson, Janet, 27, 71, 79
Larson, Joyce, 43, 86, 87
Larson, Richard, 44
Lasser, Marilyn, 43
Hickle, Marilyn, 36
Hickman, Jack, 43
Heiks, David, 43, 51
Higareda, Sophia, 36
Higgins, Marjorie, 36
Highlander, Jim, 36. 50, 60, 73, 88
Hiler, Miss Grace, 15
Irvine, Miss Ellen, 13
Johnson Chloetta, 43
ohnson, Larry, 25, 73
ohnson, Lawrence, 37, 50, 73
Johnson, Lester, 43
Johnson, Lois, '43
,ohnson Lorraine, 36, 84
Johnson, Marilyn, 43, 79, 81, 82
Johnson, Mary Lee, 37
ohnson, Max, 37
ohnson, Mildred, 43
ohnson, Miss Mina, 12
Johnson, Quentin, 43, 73
Johnson, Richard, 37
Johnson, Robert, 43
Kenny, Richard, 26
Keve, XVilliam, 37
Kidder. Lois, Z6
Killingsworth, Marv Anna,37,62,8
Kimmitt, Robert, 37
Kimpton, Dale, 26, 84, 92, 93
Lauerman, Barbara, 37, 72, 77
Lavely, Evelyn, 20, 27
Leahy, James, 43, 86, 87
Lee, Dwight, 26
Lee, Virginia, 43
LeGrand, Donald, 37
Lentz, Lawrence. 24, 26, 88
Franseen, Cecil, 22, 86, 87
Freeman, Miss Irene, 12, 78, 81
Frymire, Lewis, 36, 86, 87
Fuller, Dean, 18, 22, 50, 73, 89
Fuller, Joanne, 43
Fuller, Marvin, 22, 73
Furrow, Lee, 36, 84, 88
Furry, Steve, 23, 64, 65, 73
Griffea, Mabel, 36
Griffith, Earl, 58
Griffith, Mr. John, 13, 88
Griflith, Lawrence, 25
Grogan, Jim, 43, 51, 73
Guenther, Dorothy, 43
Guenther, Helen, 25, 62, 88
Guenther, Richard, 43
Gullstrand, Lois, 43
Gumm, Jack, 25, 54, 88
Gustafson, Bill, 24
Gustafson, Robert, .43
Gustafson, Mrs. Shirley, 15
Gutierre, Mary L., 43
Hill, Barbara, 24
Hill, Blanche, 43
Hillier, Don, 43
Hillier, Velma, 37
Hilligoss. Verna, 43
Hilton, Frank, 25
Hjerpe, Joan,.43, 79
Hocratfere, Virgil, 43
Holcomb, Frances, 43, 79
Holden, Buddy, 43
Hallowell, Leroy, 43
Holman, Betty, 43
Holmes, Donna, 37, 67
Holst, Marilyn, 25
Hoopes,NJim, 43, 51, 55, 71, 93
Hoots, arilyn, 43
Hough, Ethel, 25, 79
House, Charles, 25. 32, 79, 80, 86, 87, 88
House, Sally, 35, 86, 87
Howard, Elsie, 19, 20, 25, 84, 93
Hoy, Frances, 37
Hoyt, Donna, 86, 87
Huff, Wanda, 36, 85, 89
Hunnicutt, Barbara, 43
Hunnicutt, Jean, 24, 72
Hunter, Dean, 43, 55, 73
Isaacson, Mary, 18, 24, 72, 77, 79, 81,
Johnson, Shirley, 25, 86, 87
Johnson, Shirley Ellen, 43
Johnson, Shirley June, 43, 72, 79
Johnson, Wayne, 25
Johnston, Jerry, 19, 22, 25, 76, 78,
79, 80, 81, 82,93
Jones, Miss Alice, ll, 70, 72
Jones, Lillian, 43
Jones, Marilyn, 37, 88
Jones, Monte, 37
ones, Virginia, 37, 77, 88
ordon, Loretta, 43. 67
udson, Louis, 43, 88
Kline, Charles, 80, 81
Kling, Joan, 43
Leonard, Leo, 37
Lersch, Don, 37, 77, 79, 84
Levinson, Phyllis, 37. 86, 87
Lewis, Beverly, 43, 84
Lewis, Dorothy. 43, 84
Lietsch, Bill, 43, 65, 85
Lind. Annabella, 43
Lindberg, Bonnie, 43, 51, 55
Koons, Robert, 37
Kost, Mary Ann, 43, 79
Lindberg, Juanita, 37. 72
Lindberg, Paul, 43, 86, 87
Lindberg, Ted, 26
Lindroth, Mildred, 37, 85
Lindsey, Mr. R. V., 10
Ling, Helen, 44
Linner, Robert, l9,26,73,75,86,87,93
Litchfield, Delbert, 26
Litchfield, Royal, 27
Lithander, Dale, 27
Litvin, Martin, 27, 80, 82, 88
Lohmar, Don, 27, 48
Lohmer, Gretchen, 37
Loring, Bill, 18, 27, 50, 54, 61, 73,
Clifford, 44, 66, 84, 90
,ovitt, Louie, 38
Lucas, Martha, 44, 72, 79, 84
Lucas, Mr. R. D., 10
10 Luna, Antonie, 44
McCall, Dorothy, 44
McCants, Ted, 44, 51
hy, Fred, 38
McCaughey, Frances, 38, 74, 88
McClure, Raymond, 18,
61, 65, 71, 73, 89
27, 52, 56,
Magnuson, gean, 27, 86, 87
Marks, Jac , 44, 84
Marlow, Robert, 27, 48,
Marquis, Robert, 44, 73,
Marshall, Richard, 38
Martin, Miss Alice, 14
Martin, ack, 44
Martin, ohn, 26
Mason, Beverly, 38, 72, 74, 88. 93
Mathias, Verna, 38, 86, 87, 93
Matthews, Nadean, 38, 79
Matthews, Roy, 26, 89
Matthews, Russell, 44
Mavis, Jack, 58, 88
Mawby, Richard, 19, 26, 79, 80, 81,
84, 92, 93
May, Pans , 38
Mead, Barliara, 44
Mead, Rose Ann, 44, 85, 89
Mecum, William, 44, 88
Lundeen, Donald, 44
Lundeen, George, 26, 50, 54, 56, 61,
73, 89, 93
Lundeen, Kenneth, 44, 51, 55, 71, 84,
85, 86, 87,93
McClurg. Howard, 44, 51
McCoy, Jerry, 38, 48, 53, 56, 73, 89, 93
McCulloch, Ruth, 44
McCutcheon, Richard, 44
McHugh, Shirley, 44
Metcalf, llarilyn, 44, 79
Michael, James, 26, 30
Middaugh, Edwin, 44, 51
Middaugh, oan, 18, 26, 28, 72, 82, 93
Middaugh, orraine, 38, 88
Miles, Normalee, 27, 84
Miller, Jack, 44
Miller, John, 27
Miller, Mac, 44
Miller, Patty, 44
Miller, Sally, 86, 87
Mills, Darlene, 44, 85, 89
Mills, Jack, 38, 50
Mills, Margery, 38, 72, 84
Mills, Robert, 38
Mills Shirley, 44, 79
Milrdy, Helen, 44, 72
Milroy, Peggy, 27
Lundcen, Lois Ann, 18, 22, 26, 71,
76, 78, 92, 93
Lundeen, Phyllis, 26, 54
Luttrell, Joyce, 44
Luttrell, Kathlyn, 44
Luvall, Mildred, 26, 86, 87
McLeish, John, 44
McLennan, Janet, 44, 79
McMaster, Stella, 27, 79, 86, 87, 89
McNaught, June, 44
Mobcrg, Marion, 38
Modglin, Rose Marie, -14
Moos, Jackie, 42, 88
Moran, Kenneth, 38, 50, 58, 88
Morgan, Nancy, 38, 74
Morgan, Patricia Lee, 44
Morling, Curtis, 38, 88
Morrow, Esther, 27
Morrison, Paul, 44, 85, 86, 87, 89
Moulton, Ray, 38
Mummey, Marilyn, 38
Munn, Miss Marian, 12, 62
Munson, Charles, 44
Munson, Kenneth, 44, 58, 88
Munsen. Norma, 44
Munson, Norma Jean, 27
Mureen, Mr. E'. VV., 10
Murray, Doris Ann, 44
Muschler, Alice, 38, 82
10 Medina, Tillie, 44
Nash, Lois, 38, 84
Nelson, Florence, 28
Jo Anne, 28
Kathleen, 44, 74, 79, 82
Milward, Norma Jean, 38, 84
Nelson, Marilyn, 29, 34, 80, 81, 82
Nelson, Mary, 29, 86, 87
Nelson, Mary Louise, 29
Nelson, Richard Lee, 44
Newberg, Catherine, 82
Newberg, Shirley. 38, 84
Newboe, Inger, 44
Newboe, Lou, 44
Newcomer, Joe, 38
Nelson, Keith, 44, 73
Oakes, Kathryn, 44
Oberlander, Patricia, 44, 79, 89
O'Conner, Mrs. Louise, 10
Ogdon, Edward, 44, 82
Olson, Betty, 44
Olson, Miss Helen, 14
Pacey, Joan, 39, 72, 79, 86, 87,93
Padilla, Manuel, 44, 73
Page, Barbara, 44, 84
Pahlow, Georgia, 39, 62
Pahlow, Ronald, 39
Palmer, Meredith, 44
Palmeter, Margaret. 44
Parke, Elizabeth, 29
Parker, Naomi, 44
Parrish, Mary Lou, 29
Parsons, Joan, 29, 88
Pascoe, Phvllis, 44
Patterson, La VVanda, 44, 72, 82
Peabody, Claire, 44
Pearson, Don, 18, 29, 64, 70, 73, 84, 93
Quick, Gerald, 19, 29, 50, 54, 71, 88,
Rabenau, Clarence, 39, 85
Ragan, Rex, 44, 55, 86, 87
Raich, WVilliam, 29, 92, 93
Ramirez, Teresa, 44
Reed, Kenneth, 39
Revelez, Irene, 29
Revelez, Michael, 44
Reynolds, Ruth, 44
Rezner, Richard, 29
Rhykerd, Charles, 44, 88
Rhykerd, Clarke, 28
Rhykerd, Nola, 39
Rich, Dean, 39, 59, 89
Salyers, Miss Harryette, 12, 62
Sand. Keith, 29, 84
Sandberg, Duane, 29, 64
Sandberg, Pauline, 45
Sandborg, Robert, 39, 59, 84, 93
Sandburg, Robert, 29, 54, 61, 89
Sargent, Don, 39
Saunders, Shirley, 39
Nichols, Carlene, 38, 71, 86, 87, 89, 93
Olson, Marilyn, 28
Olson, Marilyn Jean, 28, 82
Olson, Max, 44, 88
Olson, Patricia, 38
Olson, Ronald, 44, 71, 84
Pearson, Jeannette, 44, 85, 89
Pearson, Violet, 39
Pedigo, Louise, 44
Perschnick, Katherine. 39
Peterson, Doris, 39, 62
Peterson, Genevieve, 39
Peterson, Miss Irene, 15
Peterson, Richard, 44
Peterson, Rosemary, 39
Peyron, Wilma. 29
Phillips, Mr. Gerald, 14, 52
Pico, Bill, 59
Pierson, Paul. 39
Pihl, Nancy, 39, 79, 93
Quigley, Bm, 39, ss, 75, 78
Rich, Ralph, 44, 88
Riley, Dale, 28, 80, 84
Rippel, Betty, 28, 62
Roberts, Vcrnice, 44
Roberson, Kenneth, 88
Robertson, Miss Lucille, 14
Robinson, Dean. 44
Robinson, Donald, 39
Rodeffer, Lola lleth, 39, 88
Rodenhouser, Don, 44, 85
Rogers, Ethel, 18, 20, 24, 28, 75, 93
Rogers, Lillian, 44
Roman, Robert, 39, 88
Savidge, gack, 45
Savidge, hirley, 45, 71
Saxer, Shirley Mae. 45
Schafer, Bob, 45, 55, 73
Schlof, Barbara, 45
Scott, Edith, 39, 88
Scott, Jacquelyn, 40
Scott, Miriam, 30
Myers, Delores, 44, 71
Nichas, Christo, 44
Nordhielm. Bert, 38, 73
Norman, David, 29
Norman, Patricia, 38, 72, 77, 88, 89
Norquist, Virginia, 29
Norris, Betty, 28
Norris, Donna, 44, 67
Northey, Carol, 44
Norton, Richard, 44
Nystrom, Phyllis, 44, 86, 87
Orwig, Margaret, 38, 84
Osberg, Mrs. Valora, 13
Osborn, Lloyd, 28
Osborn, Wendell, 38, 86, 87
Otten, Claudia, 39
Overdorf, Lee, 28, 86, 87
Pilcher, Jean. 28
Pilger, Mrs. Wilma, 12
Pippitt, Dorothy, 28, 67
Pittman, Beverlee, 28, 82
Pittman, Donald, 44
Poole, Betty. 44
Potter, Charles, 26, 28, 64, 86, 87
Potter, Jack, 44, 88
Potts, Richard, 39. 71, 84.
Powell, Beverly, 28, 66, 67, , 85
Powers, Betty, 29
Pratt, Vernis, 77
Price, Betty, 44
Puckett, Ruth, 39
Quinlan, Bill, 39
Rooney, Bob, 39
Rose, Robert, 44
Rosine, Barbara, 28, 86, 87
Rosine, George, 44, 51, 55
Rosine, James, 29, 58, 73, 88
Ross, Colleen. 44
Rowe, Bill, 44
Rowen, Beverly, 39
Rouland, John, 44
Rupert, Gene, 29, 84
Rutledge, Robert, 45. 58
Ryberg, Shirley, 39, 77, 86, 87
Ryin, Miss Sylvia, 12
Seaburg, Joan, 30, 84
Secrest, Mr. V. E., 10
Seibert, Robert, 45, 66, 86, 87
Seifert, Bob, 44
Serdahl, Bill, 45, 50, 51, 55
Sereno, Ellen, 40
Sharp, Jane, 30
Sharp, Vera, 45
Shaw, Eleanor, 45
Shaw, Thelma, 40
Sheldon, Donald, 45
Sherrill, Gertrude, 45, 79
Sherwood, Dorothy, 45
Shiner, Nadene, 30
Shirck, George, 19, 31, 48
Shirck, Gretchen. 45, 86, 87
Short, Robert, 45
Showers, Patricia, 45, 79
Shriber, Donna, 45, 88
Silverman, Bob, 40, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89
Simmen, Robert, 26, 31, 84, 85, 89
Simpson, Mr. Lloyd, 15
Skinner, Mildred, 40
Slead, Joan, 40, 84, 85
Smead, Barbara, 86, 87
Smith, Anne, 40, 70, 75, 78, 93
Sm,th, Charles, 45, 58
Smith, Cherie, 40, 86, 87
Smith, Donald, 45
Smith, Jack, 50, 73
Smith, ,uanita, 40, 84, 85
Smith, Louis, 45
Snyder, Marvin, 45
Sparling, Ralph, 40, 84
Spencer, Dorislee, 45
Sperry, Margaret, 30, 34
Spiker, James, 30
Spink, Peter, 30, 93
Stanbary, Gloria, 30, 67, 85
Stanforth, Don, 30, 48
Starr, Marjorie, 45, 72, 85
Starr, Ronald, 31
Starr, Shirley, 40
Stayton, Sue, 19, 31, 72, 93
Stebbins, Loane, 85
Stegall, Bill, 31, 86, 87
Stegall, Shirley, 45
Stephenson, William, 31, 75, 93
Stevens, Don, 45
Stevens, Frank, 31
Stewart, Edward, 30, 88
Stewart, Everett, 30, 58, 85, 88
Stewart, Gene, 58, 88
Stewart, Inez, 30
Stewart, Jim, 45
Stewart, Lucille, 30
Stiarwalt, Bob, 45
Stinson, NVilliam, 31
Stites, Barbara, 31, 67
Storey, Anita, 45, 85, 89
Storm, Mickey, 45
Stotts, Richard, 40, 51, 88
Stouffer, Peggy, 45, 77, 78, 80
Strader, Dick, 40
Stromgren, Margaret, 31
Stroo s, Carl, 40
Strublye, Phil, 31, 73
Sturgeon, Dick, 44
Suitts, Ann, 40, 63
Sullivan, Robert, 18, 31, 74, 92, 93
Sundberg, Dale, 40, 88
Sundberg, Howard, 18, 24, 30, 88
Sutor, John, 40, 58, 84
Suydam, Louise, 40
Swank, Marie, 45
Swanson, Mr. Martin, 14
Swanson, Beverly, 45
Swanson, Courtney, 45, 85
Swanson, Don, 40, 75, 79
Swanson, James, 40, 71, 88
Swanson, Marjorie, 30
Swartout, Harlow, 18, 30, 48, 58, 89
Sm.th, Norma, 31
Smith, Paul, 31, 34, 82
Smith, Ralph, 40, 80, 88, 93
Snell, Patsy, 31
Mr. Frank, 11, 70, 73
Taylor, Ansel, 73
Taylor, Betty, 30
Taylor, Joan, 45
Taylor, Norma, 45
Taylor, VVanda, 45, 79
Templeton, George, 31
Teske, Charles, 45
Theobald, Robert, 45
Theobald, Rose Mary, 45
Thierry, VVilliard, 40
Uhlman, Leon, 41, 88
Vallero, Albert, 45, 51
Van Dyke, Mr. Clifford, 14, 50
Van Dyke, Clifford, 45, 51, 73
Van Winkle, Marjorie, 45
Van YVinkle, Viola, 32
NVaile, Barbara, 32, 62, 77, 84, 85, 89
VVade, VVallace, 41
XVadell, Ernest, 45, 88
NVadhams, Ellen, 33
Wadhams, LaVerne, 41, 88
Stiarwalt, Dan, 45
Stickle, Miss Ruth, 14
Still, Roger, 54, 73
Stinson, Betty, 45
Stinson, Robert, 30, 48, 88
Thoman, Yvonne, 31, 76
Thomas, Fsancis, 45
Thompson, Carolyn, 40,
Thompson, Lim, 40
Thompson, Iary, 45, 72
Thompson. Pat, 40
72, 86, 87
Thorpe, Robert, 45, 51, 86, 87
Tilton, Barbara, 40
Todd, W lla, 31
Tonkin, Audrey, 41
Tourtellott, Evelyn, 41
Upp, Richard, 40, 84, 88
Swartout, Lois, 45, 84
Swedlund, Kent, 30, 93
Swigart, Gordon, 45
Swigert, Barbara, 40, 71, 86, 87, 93
Townsley, Albert, 45
Tracy, Shirley, 41, 62, 84
Tribler, Jean, 45
Tribler, LaJune, 31
Triplett, Joe, 31
Tropino, Fannie, 45
Tropino, Sam, 32
Turner, Robert, 45, 50, 55, 84
Tyler, Mary, 45
Varner, NVi1liam, 86, 87
Veal, Liester, 45
Venlund, Marian, 41
Victor, Richard, 40
Visney, Elizabeth, 45
XVeidner, YVillard, 33
VVeir, Margaret, 41, 86, 87
Weir, Shirley, 41
Welford, Peggy, 45, 85
Wenstrom, Ruth, 33
Vitali, Marjorie, 32, 71
Van Drake, Joan, 45
Vogt, Lyndal, 41
Vourgias, Angeline, 18, 32, 62,93
Williams, Carol, 45, 86, 87
Williams, Robert, 45
Williamson, Betty, 33
Williamson, Jean, 41, 67
Wilscam, Roderick, 33
Wagher, Blenda, 41, 67, 85
Wagher, Elaine, 33
Wagher, Howard, 33
Wagher, Marcella, 41, 84
XValker, Gloria, 33
NVallace, Kenneth, 41, 84
VValsh, Jackie, 45, 71, 86, 87
NValters, Iris, 41, 85
NValters, Joan, 19, 32, 75, 84, 93
XValton, Richard, 41, 88
YVard, Vilma, 32, 63
1Varren, Zella, 41
NVatkins, Bruce, 32, 48, 53, 89
1Vay, Billy, 45
VVebb, Leroy, 45
XVebb, Ruth, 41
XYebber, Lee, 45, 51
NVebster, Irene, 41, 76
NVQ-dell, Ernest, 45
Ynuum, Delbert, 32
Young, Joyce, 41
Zefo, Bob, 45, 51
West, Mary, 45, 75, 82
West, Mary Lou, 33, 82
NVeinberg, John, 45
NVesterdale, Kenneth, 41
NVestfall, Russell, 33
Whitcomb, Mr. Howard, 12
Whitcomb, Jeannine, 41, 79, 85, 86, 87
White, Catherine, 45, 72
NVhite. Gertrude, 45, 84, 85
NVhite, Helen, 45
White, Miss Velma, 12
Whiteside, Marilyn, 32
Wickersham, Edward, 19, 32,80,92,93
Betty, 41, 84
Wilson, Charlotte, 45, 82
Wilson, Juanita, 41, 72
Wilson, Kenneth, 41, 88
Wilson, Martha, 45
Wilson, Nancy, 45
Wilson, Renamae, 33
VVilson, Stanton, 45
XVilson, Wayne, 45, 82, 85
YVynette, 41, 67
Wischhusen, Arthur, 33
Witten, Virginia, 32
Woll, Mable, 41
Wilds, Jack, 32
Wilderson, Lois, 41, 84
Wilkins, Don, 41
Vililkins, Lois, 45
1Vilkins, Mary Alice, 32, 71, 85
XVilkinson, Pat, 45, 50, 55, 73
XVilliams, Hob, 32, 48, 53, 56, 73, 93
Young, Kenneth, 32
Youngblood, Miss Alta, 15
Zeldes, Jack, 45, 74, 78, 93
Wooldridge, Evelyn, 45
Woolsey, Ronald, 45, 88
Worden, Edward, 32
Worden, James, 32
Workman, Shirley, 41
NVright, Gerald, 45
XVright, 1Vayne, 45
Youngquist, Barbara, 33
Zink, Roger, 33
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