Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

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THE EFLECTUP1 'AC ONFR PRIXTINIK CO PRIN1INC INCRXXING PERM 'VIUSTARD Cl Ass IHOIOCRXI HX W i ,', L' . xi I PONTIAC ENGRAVING C 'fa 1 : W4 w ip N 1 L I , ..A1"4 . M, I V. 1 I' Ni ..... .w..,.. vor Dolan- .Quay-Q, v ., xv. f T ESI ' J s.,,,1S"s. xg ,M .H--ww w .uf ,f ,-.umm -4 9-4-15a,?.qQ --'JM - qudwrawlvavw-4-Nw-f ,. ... .,,.-.-. W, rw. , 2, 6 ., ,-vw-N.- - 6 xg-.w.,,,,.. ,,....f.,v. ,,-.AN-.,,,.. is ,, .-A k. ...W . ................, Q- ,1 gn. - .-,..., . N --11 -L Mwlwunpqqqgq Cl Dedrcate tht 1946 Rrrtrcrors to one of our mans helpers and pals 'slr Ros Landon woodshop teacher and hap prness promoter Pop Landon has taught t Galesburs, Hr h School for rust about thrrts two scars Because of hrs lose for musrc he drrected the band for a long, whrle Later he donned a unrform and gase out rn the clarrmt stctron all the whrl warnrng boss rn tht woodshop to watch out for the lathe Now ans escnrng at four o clock one can hnd 'slr Landon srttrng on a table an rce cream bar rn hrs hand next to the coke machrnt or rn ans room that rs occupred at t e moment alssass reads wrllrng an agtr to talk and lrsten ans other trmt please look for thrs e low rn hrs next fasored place hrs workshop At school dressed rn overalls an bow tres he helps hrs boss to re parr broken charrs or tables to con struct props for thc stage and to make racks for Streaks s In hrs workshop at home Nlr Landon turns out bcautrful furnrture for hrs famrls and frrcnds Also at hrs home hrs other work shop seems to be the krtchen where rf one dropped rn ans mornrng at sesen oclock he would stand a chance of sharrng at least 1 taste of Wir Landon s own specral flrp of flapracks Pop s most los able charactcrrs tres are hrs spontaneous laugh and hrs frrendls hello that lrght each das for mans people He stands for the Welcome Lrght and lrses up to thrs rdeal by makrng sure that he mrsses greetrng nobods new o od at G H To genral fun losrng food lov mg frrend losrng Roy Landon thrs book rs respectfullv and admrrrngls dedrcated , ,Ax ' , 1 Q -,, Ami. , , WW .V iw i A , '-b i' A b' gf? 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Y vo F I yy ,,fr - - , ' , f, -- qX -zg ., I :cms lollcms Ora ---I FFICE Genumelx nnterested ID xoung people respected and admlred hx students and faeultx allke Wir R V Lmdsex , supermtendent of Gales burg schools, stands as the prlot hght of the school xear 1945 1946 Rad1at1ng mueh of hls trme towarl the grovt th and IUIPFOXCTHCHI of the schools, he has proxxded exerw stu dent vxlth ample OPPOFIUHIIY for securmv basne trunmg m the knovs ledge and sk1lls so neeessarx for successful hfe adjustment Supermtendent Llndsey has gul ded and encourtged both faculty md students to thmk democrat leallx and to practxce methods of rou planmng which make edu catlon a dynamlc lnvmg thmg l r Lmdsey holds xmportant offices m state and nat1onal organ 17at1ons UF Publxc spmt and mterest m the wouth of todav are tvxo of the most outstandmg characterxstlcs of the Galesburg Board of Educatlon These men and vxomen hate been elected bx the tow nspeople to serwe as vu1d1ng ln hts m the pattern of school tcchnncahtxes, and thenr job demands QUJDIIIICS of tnme, P1 tlence, and xx ork wuthout Compen satlon Nieetmgs are held once a month for the purpose of agreemg on poll cxes, solxmg problems vshneh arnse m the school ssstem, and talung care of many other school matters Worknng quxetly th1s bodx of cxtxzens contrlbutes a great deal to the vuelfare of students dunng thenr hlgh school dass ADMI RATIO A trxo of efhcxent ofhce workers smooth runnmg busmess orgamza tlon Mrs Wxrren Schonmg first semester regxstrar resigned at that tame after 19 months seruct 'vlrs Sehomng endeared herself to mmx students hx Slullfullx arrlngnm, their schedules Nllss Lola Beth Rodeffcr 1946 stmor acted as Prmclpal Woolu s seeretarx and as office receptlomst M1SSElS1L Howard a 1945 alumnus took the deans d1ctat1on and han dled attendance Both Lola Beth and Elsle practnced the slogan Gxve servnce wlth a smnle The student body has apprecnattd the helpfulness of these gracxous ladxes Although thus IS hrs Hrst xear at G H S Nh' Woolex IS now oc eupxmb one of the bnghtest spot llghts of the enure orgamzanon He halls as h1s ofhcnal alma mater the good old Umversxtw of Ilh nols whl he has done other vxork at Columbm Harvard and thc Umxersxtx of Vermont Among his many dutues lre hxndhng of commumtx relatnons and sehool finance the employ ment of teachers and maklng of blllldlllg xecommendauons The fine morale shovtn bw the student bodx 15 largelv the result of h1s pleaslnt dlSPOSlI1OI1 and the dem oeratnc ldcals fostered bs our prm elpml Mr Wooley Y Y' 1 . . .,. . 1 - 1 .' U , ' - N 1 - 1, . - 'v 9 y ' 1 '1, 11: A K 1' 1 i - ,1 . , 1 'h 1 . . xg . .. x i - v . . Y .- "4, . '. gave to G. H. S. in 1945-1946 a ' 1 L , -' ' . , , , t . ' x 1 , 7. 1 ' r - ' y 1 1 1 1 Q f . . . ' ' A ' . 1 Y' Y 1. K 1 , . .3-Ie 1 3 ". .1 . ,nw l., , . . V, e 9' ", . . . . 5 I Y I l , . . - 1 1 ' 1 ' ' U 1 1. 1 1 DEANf Vfhen clouds start to gather. and they get G. H. S. girls "in a lathern that s the girls cue to walk into the main othce and turn toward the beacon light shining from the head is quarters of Miss Alice lones. dean of girls ess Their ehief trouble shooter Miss K ones, with her poise her svm pat y and her interest in t eir welfare, has helped many girls to realize and correct their mistakes Her excellent counsel on personal conduct can alwavs be followed with profit 'Ihe Csllss of 1946 expresses its gratitude to Miss ones for her faithful and helpful service in guid LIDCC AICUVIIICS Qs uietly efheient ready to throw light on perplexing problems of G. H S fellows, Dem William Good- win supervises their scheduling, plans their progrlms and is never too busy to vxrite 1 letter of recom- mendation or to discuss socational plans As Student Gouneil sponsor. Mr. Goodwin has eome to the rescue many times vt hen decorations need- ed an extra nail or when helpful suggestions were needed during a meeting. Serving his first year as Dean. Mr. Goodwin has proved to be a very popular and sought-after man in the office because of his willing- LX. . K ness to cooperate in every situation. Taking over competently at the beginning of the second semester, three more "Guiding Lights", Mr. Robert Hungerford. Mrs. Le Roy Donaldson and Mr. Arthur Iiish became members of the G. H. S. faculty. W'hen Miss Margaret Hanson left the commercial department to work as a secretary with an advertising firm. Mr. Hungerford, recently discharged from the army. came in her place to take charge of future secre- taries and to work with the publications business staff as "money managern. Mrs. Le Roy Donaldson came in lfebruary to take over Shirley Schoning's position as registrar in the main iifhce. She has taken care of the big job of arranging schedules. giving out the "bad news" on report cards, and keeping school records. Coming home from Coast Guard duty. Mr. Fish r:turned to his old position as biology instructor. there- by freeing Mr. Howard XVhitcomb to serve Lombard as acting principal. A fourth "Guiding Light". Mrs. Helen Hulson of Macomb, Illinois. assumed the work of Miss Harryette Salyers on April l. when Miss Salyers accepted a position as physical director for -Iohn Powers models. 10 FACULTY -Iohn Aitchison Science Charles Bednar Physical Education Jane Caviezel Physical Education Hazel Anderson Rachel Anderson English Librarian Vera Biddle Thomas Brooking Mathematics Industrial Arts Blanche Cummings Roy Damberg Art Printing 11 . f N .ij.,f. fa 'ki I MQ' CULTY 3: Velma Denny Social Studies Irene Freeman Speecli john Griffith Social Studies LeRoy Donaldson Ray Dunn Commercial Agriculture Irma Gale Annabelle Gray Social Studies Home living Royal Harshbarger Florence Hawkins English: Commercial Science: Matliernatics CULTY Milton Herbsr Industrial Arts Ellen Irvine English Opal Knox Journalismg English Grace Hiler English Fred Jones Mathematics Roy Landon Industrial Arts Margaret Hanson Commercial Myrtle Kainu Social Studies Flora Lamb Languages 13 fs., FACULTY Edwin Lantz Music Hazel Montrose School N urse Gerald Phillips Physical Education 14 Alice Martin Ted Monsager Languages: Mathematics Social Studies Virginia Munns Helen Olson Commercial English Lucille Robertson Sylvia Ryin Music English FA C L TY Harryettc Salyers Physical Education Ruth Sticklc English Howard Whitccamh Science Betty Scott Commercial Martin Swanson Commercial Velma Wfhitc Mathematics Lloyd Simpson Science Clifford Van Dyke Physical Education Alta Youngblood Home Living 4 f-. lcbvzff 4 1 x 'Nl fha ,SAX MQ' 'vii . 4 X M V AND Glsfr 01 1 1 f A .2 ' 1, Jun ,JD 1,1055 5 'Illqu . 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Rcflcctavuc cutie . . Steaks and mi:-vm ANSON, BARBARA . . faithful G.S.l., wnrk- cr . . cleverly designs own clutlws. ASHLEY, l7l'il.Nl.-XS . , old-mar tinker . Navy :alll suxpuctcd :nw nun "Dull" ASQUITH, DICK . . fhwliy lwalfbmcli . Ci.S.L. . . "XY'c'ri: quite tllc guys." ISABBITT, MARY . . Zoom! . . lt's Nlary'x black Chevy . . future pulse counter. ISARBITT, SHIRLITY . . acc rnaiurcttu . up dancer . . "Air liostcGs"-niindcd. ISACON, PATRICIA . . P.1t's .1 Ci.A.A. spurtswomnn . . G.S.l.. activity tile, I BAKER, .IIM . . Strcal-U' grid ccntcr . , lugil prufcsxioli intrigucs liini . . track. BARNES, IiIl.l. . . ,1 "st11untliic" . . lic's kissed tlw Blarney stuns . . S. C. rnnncylngs. ISARSTOXV, Ml-fRI.lf . . "Nlu7" . wninr skyscrapcr . . IS. lf. Prcxy. liAUCil'lMAN, HARLAN . . sailor bm? new car un nrdcr . . cliippcrl Q -if R .55 qi' I f I, 1. 1' 7 df. ' 1 if 'C .JL-:Q v x K1 ' 3 CY Senior Class Oflicers 3 . in UR F e W C ' ' L L Our dignified Budget editor lil'l.l.AN'lY, U.'XI.lf . . "pro" xpurrs f.111 . 11111 fwd l1i111 .ipply pic and wliippud urc.1111. lil NIJLR, fil Nlf . . looks fiiruyxrd to farm mg . . dislikcs YK'UFHL'I1 drivers! l5l'iRG, Cil.ORl.-X . . 'ihlcrbcrgn . . lifc of .xny purty . . dccimrgtcs 11-mtcbimlfu. lSlll.l.'l,S, IJILORIS , . bc.1u11 wlwnl 111.1 11-ri,1l . , "l'lc.1w d1111'1 cr.1ul1 yuur gum." lil ACK, lllz.-XNNI, , . vcrs.1til1- . . "t1mrul11"' num . , liclluiqmr 1-'Dy cdiwr . . 1'l1ucrlc.11lcr. lSl.'XlR, lilCQllARl3 , . turn l1i1wcu11 KWH Imax: Nlurlwr 1.11111 .md 1l1u x1r.11mpl1uru. l5l.L'ST, CHARLIS . . Clmrlic wmiuys l111111- 111g, f1wl1111g . , "gXu.11', pcrnxidc bl-111dus!" ISOXYXIAN, LIIN1 , , lvlundc, hliii- cycd KI1111 ilri-.11111 of l1L'.lFlIl.lQ "K .1lli11g Dr. l'111v1111.111Y" ISONVXIAN, Nl.-XRLIORII-Q . . fulurc bcJu1ici.111 ..111.x1l .1lw11lcl1oc11l.111: f.1ku,iiv1-...1ii11urb1114. TR, C1lOlil."x . . l1c.1ds l1.1ll c.1d1'1x . . vw1m11x .11 will to "Sl.lfLlLlSIH . . "Ru.1ll1'." BRAND, -IAYLENI . . Rciluclmuu . . digs up cmlu111cs for 111.111wr pr11du1:ti1111x, l5RlCKlNRllX3l". Xl.-XTTII5 . . "lJi11gic," 11u11'1ly L'llllflCI1I, w-vrkx fur l1..'X..'X. . . C1.S.l.. liRl.HNl, lf.-XRI. . . "Oil" . . full 111' 1l1c "Old Nick" . . Rullccmvuu cutup. l'sRlSSlfY, ISONNII . . rcd-luiruil, bluc-uyud l,1xs1c . , 111 l-we v111l1 l.1ugl1tc1. BRITTON, CQATHI lilNl'i . , "lQ.lll1iu" w.111ls .1 iccrct.1rysl1ip . . srrawburry slmrccakc. ISRITTON, NI.-XXIXI1 , . gal witl1 tlxc golden PIPCS . . URILISI n1C55ll1' .lrllUnd.n BRQXYN, ALICE . . ulwriwlmcs Navy blue . . "Oli, Abi111.gdun, swcur Abingdon" . . coqucttc? ISURGPSS, W'lLl.ARll . . Wiillfs l1c,1rl'x in 1l1c .1ir . . "C.111't bi-.11 tlyingf' CQ,-XRLSON, DIQXN . . "Swcd1-K" ".1111lnisl1": 111 YHJIIJXU .1 cluin smru . . favors printing. CARLSON, NiARkIORIlf . . wie: prcsidcnl. li.A..-X, . . "I gxltll type for IT1.l7lN7l.1.n CARLTON, .IERRY . . wearer uf famous horseshoe . . "Ears" . . coaching calls. CARMICIIAEI., CIHIARLOTTE . . Carefree elarinetist . . loves banana splits, dill pickles. cmtriia, STUART . . Yep, aes mt brilliant. ' I silver Buick . . machinisfs career. CHAPMAN, BOB . . phutngraphy . . appren- tice . . to specialile in mech. engineering. CHILDERS, SHIRLEY . . a wl1i1 on the basketball llour . . "My cow!" . . red tresses. CCPPOCR, CLARK . . "Sung, women. and dance" . . dreamer . . choir crouner. CORDELL, MARILYN . . "Cuddy" trips the "light fantastic" . . hospital halls heclton. CRAIN, .IOYCE . . blonde, blue-eyed . . G.S.L. member . . "That's all. brother!" CROUSE, MARCELLA . . "Shorty" to take dictation . . cheeseburger, strawberry shakes. CRUMMER, ROXVLAND . . "Nut sn loud, girls!" . . "Pat's" bound for U. of I. CULLURA, ROSIIE . . loads of fun . . dimin- utive Rosie to be brunette cu-ed. CUNNINCQHAM, GENE . . G.A.A. Board , . ace Budget plmtog , . will enter U. of I. CURRICY, CQOLLEEN . . "Tailspin's" head! in the clouds . . don't call her "Slmrty." DAMBIQRG, HOB . . trombonist in G.H.S. band . . merman . . varsity cheerleader. DAVIS, HELEN . . "Dimples" . . lemon pie her favorite . . She'lI dressmake. DEAN, SHIRLEY . . S. C. veteran . . Pop Damberg's feminine printer's devil. DERRY, KENNETH . . "T-bone" is an ac- tive E.E.A.'er . . printer's ink attracts him. DLSPAIN, SHIRLEY . . "Red" is enticed by mysteries . , clever with needle and thread. DICKINSON, ,KENNETH . . "Su7y" . . an avid sportsman . . chief dislike: draft board. DOXVD, XVILLIANI . . hunter . . fisherman . . cream pie fiend . . just waiting tu enlist. 5 2 ', Q Q I U Chicken dinners a Ia carte Il QW? 1 21 V - ,iw Q 22? , Q Q 1-K sfglffj' gg, V ffff' lNl lg N KY I L L Wliat did you say, Muz? EB.-XNY, RALPH . . "bc.1utiful dreamer" of radio slmw . . frcclilcx , . niiscliicvous, PHY, YAIJA . . "l'.b.1" , . bimkkucpcr first- clasw . , ci1joys rullur slt.1tii1g. bxskutlull. llJXX'.-XRIJSON, Cil..'XR.'X . . Rcllcumr "pic" wclwdulur . . blund "l1urw, nurscln lll'lllK K. l'l5lTH . ."li1tuy".. tht-X .1 dul- pl11l1..u1llugc ruutcd . . "Nu 'built .lllillll it," liNlJTl'.R. lJAl,lf , , l1.111d . . Rullcctur . quick un ilu- c.1mcr.1 triggur , . blur' llllI1ll.lC. l',NC1lL'Nl3, 'l'lllil.Nl.AX . . liudgctccr cut filer . . ccntr.1l w.1r stamp x.1lusm,1n . . likut printing. I,NGl.L'N1J,WII.NlA . . "Xu, l'm XY'ilm.1" . Sp.1ni1l1 lit-r llixuritc . . t'lmwi1 1-iuld, lll3l".!Vl.ll1 l RXVIN, l'.'Xl,'l INI . . "XX'1i1kiu" . . ".1 lwiuty Sli-ip ut my uwn . . ii.S.l.. , . sp11i'tww1u11.1i1. KVQXNS, SlllRl.lfY , . i1.S.l.. 1111-i11l1ursl1ip, linancu . . "'l'.1lxc ,1 lcttcr. Xliss lLY.ll'lN,H F.-XIRIS,-XIRN, ,IINI . . spurts editor, liutlgct . . Cubs, Clubs! . . "Ht1n1cworl'c gctS mc." l-IRTH, l'RANClfS . . puppy clicurlcadcr , . .ictrcss A-l . .urcliustr.1.. Rcllucuvuc. . N.ll.S. lAORSY'l'lllf, DON . . tilry sailor . . limit . . l1ubb.1, l1ubb.1l l-OSIIR. Al.l'Rl'lJ . . .Xlx .1 tr.111xlcr trimm l.uwixtuwi1 lligl1 . . .irdcnt b.1xcb.1ll l..lI1, FOX, NOKMA JEAN , . "Pcggy" collects lunkics . . hor fnvoritck ulmculatc c.1kc. FR.-'xNll5l5S. li.-XRL . . succtr cntl1usi.1st . . dark l1.1ircd guy . . l1.1ppy. FRYNIIRIQ, l.liXY'lS . . just "Louie" . 1 c1p+ pcll,1 clmir president . . llnrmuncur. l4L'Rl,ONi,, C,llARl.lfS . . "Hunts" mjuyx p111g-puny, .lfglllllg . . will Hltccp 'cm rolling." l"L'RROXY', l.l'il . . dclutcr plus . . l1.111tl . . .IIUITIX .ind fiurniulas g.1ll liim, li,-XGG, l'.-Xl.NlA . . "l1ul1b.1. llllblldln . . ",lc.1nr1ic uullccts picturcs . . wllcgc .1l1u.1t.l. GALYIQAN, ROLLAND . . "Shanks" . . "l,ct mu ltuf .md mt" . . rabid sports fan. CIARIJNIR. MARY . . "Nww Vw licanl cvcryxliingln . . "Slwrry" . . xucrctnrfx cnrucr. GAYII,I,l"ld. LIUNI. . . l'DL'fClLlI1kIlXII1g iiuld attracts licr . . "I7un't say 'yc.xl1'." CJIJXIYSON. NIARILYX . . f.u'c1rs spnru, humc uc . . rumil selling licr inxurcst, GOIJSIL, NORXI.-X . . iitturbugging "Nikki" tugl.l1.lLIcn licarxs as lmstcss . . Rcllccuivuc. CJONZALI-3, YITA , . "Sorry, no ovcralls tn- dayw . . will originate clliu cuiffurcs. GRN-'XI'. DONALD . . anutlicr of tlic tal- cntud brccnus . . drummer in tlic band. GRllJl'I'I'H, If.-XRL , . A spurzs fm . . "Grill" carries :lic mail. HALL, NI.-XRY . . Student Cuuncil . . liltcx lmskcthmll . . Hliivc mc bluuf' I"IAI.I.Sil'RUXl, I.I.IZ.'XI5I'.'I-II . . plmimtugrnplix . . UYCYIIIUL' V'UI'IiL'l' UH IUSXUINC CTCWX. IIANSON, l5l,'IiTlQ . . G.S.L, .ind S.C'. wut tary . . fliiliy lludgut rcporlv.-r. HARISACQ, NIAXINIE . . HQTI1, Ifmrll' . . Ci.S.I. program and publicity cummirtuc . . "Max," HARRIS, ,IIPPIIQ . . "Anna" an wld jalupy tinker . . dcsirus tu "lcarhurnuck." I-IARSHI'aARlilfR. BILL . . "Pl'lUCl1yH . . box- ing fin . . I5.F.A. man . . ag. class enthusiast. HASKINS, IJARL . . F.F.A. . . slutci, swims, rides lmrscback . . "More buttcrscorcli HAXVKINS, VI-IA1,-X . . HPUIICIIH . . pic. .Active in glcc club .ind band . . G.A.A. mcmbcr. HAXYKINSON. LLOYD . . "Lid" . . scnmr class prcxy . . "Cimcl1" ur pro spnrlx. HAYIQS, l5ARl.Ii . . ILP. rcprcxcntntivc . . roots for wcinlngy ., intrumurnls . . baskutball. HAYNILS, ALICQI-A . . farmcrcttc . . 4-H Club glll . . IUYUS lNlI'l1CITI.lklng CIIISS. HI-.AN'lI.IN, SHIRLEY . . stamp and cum CUIICCIUI' . . CUSIUIUC CFCYV IUISIYCSS . . DUYSC. HELMS, SANIALHQ . . "Jai cs ln vida" . . skatur . . danccr . . slwrtlmncl spccinlist. fi '5 if T32 I-f'-is fs ID f I U Il Sit down before you spill it 4 4 CL I' I Lk Hubba, hubba!! HIL.-XRIfIJ.-X. SOIIIf . . Andy Russel fan . . hopes to nurse in Mexico. HIGGINS, MARJORIIQ . . athletic , . shy. winsome smile . . photography eolleeror. IIICiIII.ANIJI'R, JIM . . IS.I-. representaiixe . . sporlsman . . small, but mighty. HII,I.IIiR. VLLMA . . follows the Streaks . , sselle swimmer . . skating fan. Y HOIMIS. DONNA JIQAN . . .ihle eques- rrienne . . looks forward ro nursing. HOUSI. SAIIY , . ii.S.I. eahinereer . . winter sports specialist . . choir. HOY, I:RANCI'.S . . XY'hi7I Just her Hudson . . hiker . . College calling. HOYT. C,iAYI.I'i . . unpredictable . . Vfhere the Streaks go, Gayle follows. IIUI'I', XYANIDA . . llutisr extraordinary . . knits argyles . . "neat as a pin." JACOISSON, PHYIIIS . . Ci.A.A. board member . . anxious to don nurse's uniform. JOHNS, BOB . . keeps pennies for Senior elass . . iersarile sporrsman. JOHNSON. :XI.YCiIf . . Iiudiiget, Relleetor "serihIuler" , . "I5e.1uliful Dreamer" chorus, JOHNSON. BEVIQRLY . . domes on scienu, home ee, photography . . costume crew. JOHNSON. I.ORRAINIi . , drives '42 Ford . . farmurerte . . this Ilurisr aids band. JOHNSON, MARY I.I'.Ii . . sweet smile . . merry eyes . . She's .inyone's dream. JOHNSON, MAX . . Boys' Iiorum . . "You're kidding" . . grid, cage enthusiast. JOHNSON, RICIIARIJ . . fond of sports . . silver and gold deluxe chariot. JONIS, MARILYN . . "Jonesy" shows effi- ciency in library . . hobby's dancing. JONI-IS, VIRGINIA . . publications adver- tising manager . . "Ginny" roots for Navy. KIQISO, CATHERINE . . raies home nc highest . . oHiCe work holds appeal. Kl'fNNlfDY, ROIDNI-.Y . . models in mimi ture 15' ZH! . . art dexigning career, Kl'iVl'., lilll. . . llarmuneer . . X4!C.llllCw "sweet" and "lint" . . radio intriguew him. Kll.l.lNGSXY'OR'lill. Nl. A. . . buth Nlary and 'Raggedyn Ann . . .1 merry little trick. KUONS, ROl5l'R'l' . . "Great Saint!" . . cap- tivated by thick 'li-lmnes, graham eraeker pie. LARSILN. HIRIANI . . xiee prexy, Ci,S.l.. . . pftlgfillll C1l'l'.lI1gUI' LlClLlXC. l.AUliRNlAN, BARBARA . . "Bea" . . clever Budget news editor . . ntmie for news. I,AVC'RliNClf, MARY , , eliuenlate cake .ind pumpkin pie hound . . potential beautieiaii. l.tGR.-XNU. DON . . intramurals . aeri nautics . . "Cherry pie! Yum'm-ml" I.IiRSCH, DON , . headQ S. C. . . Retleetavue . . shakes wicked hip as dancer. l.lfVlNSON, l'HYl.l.lS . . "Number, please!" . . "Phyl" . . music liiver . . mail anticipant. l.INIJBl5RG, .lUANl'l'A . , "Down with study halls!" . . Nita's smile is sweet. l.lTTl,lf, SlllRl.l'iY . . "l5lnSSoin" . . her heart'Q in luwa . . likes opera, dancing. l.OHNll'.R, CiRl'.lC.lll'.N . . hnltlx Ci.S.l.. money bags . . sinnntli dancer. l.OVlTT, l.OUllf . . flying fiend . . mntlel airplane builder , . aerial fox hunter. MeCANTS, VAUGHN . . ardent spnrts fan ,. "Mac" Says, "Travel for me." MeCARTHY. FRED . . "I've been working on the railroad" . . "l give up." MCCAUGHFY, FRANCES . . Budgeteer . . pcfk chops fling Patch stylej. MCCCY, JERRY . . "G" Club . . N.H.S. nf- ficer . . "them" curly eyelashes . . super athlete. MCGANN, JACK . . model railroad operatiir . . Gale apprentice . . "Give me an engine." MASON, BEVIQRLY . . keeps N,H.S. notes . . l'mudget's associate editor . . dependable "llev." gf i X . W .1 , 3 it Y L And they say girls gossip! KW-nd qi 1 pg 3. - lNIg Y Y I L L uit sliovin' and give me 11 bite! XIATHIAS, Vl"RN.'K . . music mistress . N.ll.S. . . etlicienl . . Always .1 smile. Xl.-YI"I'lll',XYS. NAIDIAN . . "Nina" likes lemon pie. . lwspiul minded . . "Yiwu know it." XIAVIS, ,IACK . . l.l5..-X. . . regular guy' . mliliinlx iL'll min?" . . fnurire color: blondes. Xl.'XY, PANSY . . sliiirt and sweet . . smiling cies . . pr-ispeeiive llureneu Niigliriimgale. X1llllJAl,'iill. IORR.-UNI. . . "Pinky" pre- fers yellow sweuers . . iurive Canuck. X111 IS, LIACQK . . 'limryi' grin . . great liunt- er irinils l'.1ul llunyini . . "liimui1e5!" Xlll,l,S, Xl.'XliCil li Y ,, fi.S.l. c.ibinel . . m.il4es merry musical nules .ind Pl.1y's ping-pong. Xlll.l,S, ROIH RT . . ardent swimming fan .. ,uid luselmill, b,islsclb,ill, fkiurbill speuuuvr. Xlll,XY'ARlJ. NORH.-X . . petile blonde . lienrice xxiels miner in band . . NAU' blues, Xlillllillli, Xl.-Xlil.'XN . . 'VNU liiililinii' . friendly smile . . sews .1 "line seam." MORGAN, NANCY . . vim, vigur .md riml- 1lY..ll11piSl1 grin..l5i1Ll3.geL's "Strealiy Spe.1lis." HOIMXN, KlNNl"l'll . . fine lmrseman , . brains .ind br.iwn . . fimllull, wrestling. NlURl.lNCi, CURTIS . . l:,l'..'X. lie.id . . quiet. .iir-minded clmp . Jules nn baseball. NIOULTON, RAY . . music miscliief-nuker . . "W'ine, women, and suing." HUMMY, MARIIXN . , Ci.A.A. gal . . cruy .ilxnut dill pickles . , "A likely story!" XlUSCHl,l'iR, Al.lClf . . senior skyscraper ffl . . quite .1 gal . . seniur more-taker . . dark. NASH. LUIS . . Ci.A.1X, bimrd . . .ltliletic in- clin.1tinns . . incipient peehgogue. Nlil.SON, LIUHN . . "Reis" .1 study lull liiunger . . "Un tell!" . . NAU' blue future. NIQXVIBKRG, CATH.-XRINI-1 . . just dare to e.1ll me "Dimples" . . costume-crew slave. NICXYISURCQ, SHlRl.lfY . . "Slwrty" lutes lmmeworlx . , CUCU.llllll cream pie Addict. NFXVCONIIQR. .IOP . . F.I'.A. . , porlsPiC h3I sporter . . flair for Woodworkinty. ag. NICHOLS. CARI.I',NIi . . CiS.I.. chief . . tends to her knitting , . cherry pic. NORIJHII'iI.NI, BYRT . . Svenska Polka . . S.CQ. .."Rambling Wieck from Georgia 'Iiechf' NORMAN. PATRICIA . . "Pat" pounds nories. clicks sticks . . grid. cage fan. OLSON, PAT . . highstepping Reflectavue gal . . prefers redheads . . "Aw go on!" URXYIG, NIARGARIQT . . scribe for Phillips . . "Pig's" clarinet supports Ci,H.S. band. OVPRNIAN, BETTY . . eye for Marines . . pothook genius . . pie 'n ice cream. PACLY, JOAN . . pretty strawberry blonde . . Reflector editor . . vocalist . . charmer. PAI'-II.OXY', GEORGIA , . half of Cunning- ham-Pahlow duo . . prefers sports, canines. PAHLOXY, RONALD . . Reflectavue cutup . . Budget features . . "XY'ingding" . . sports. PIARSON. IfI'RNIi . . "Swede" . . platinum blonde . . movie fan . . horseback rider. PIQARSON, YIOIIT . . Ci,A.A. . . loyal to costume crew . . trig, algebra shark. l'I"I'I'RSON, DORIS . . G.A,A. head . . active sportswoman . . she likes "da spaglietfl PI'i'IiIfRSON, CiI"NIfVIIfVIf . . "for the love of Mike" . . vivacious brunette . . klinny. PIZTICRSON, ROSIQNIARY . . Smiling "Pete" is an accomplished dancer. PHIPPS, DOROTHY . . "Dee" collects movie pictures . . sportswoman of musical bent. PIIZRSON, PAUL . . "Pep's" an intramural man . . favorites: baseball, chocolate pie. PIHI., NANCY . . guides N.H,S. projects.. Steve's steady . . pet peeve, waiting. POTTS, RICHARD . . Uchoo choon fan . . tice president for Student Council, POXVLIZSS, GLADYS . . "Happy" sports south- of-border" jacket . . inclined to Brownk. 4 L ,sf y.. Q Q I U ll Bread line at the Center .lust on our Way out -3 1 '3 I. ,, . K 4-du' PRATT, Yl:RNlCIf . . vivacious Venus .mulliur Hlmsfs lap" c.1ndid,ilc. l'L'C.lil"l'Al'. RUTH . . Hlrugkin' .in d-mn" . , xliincs .il lliu rmlu. QUIGLFY. ISII l, . . xupl-riwr nrlikl: actor . cxccls .in llic linlv. QUINIQXN, l'mll..l, . , lrul- iiuldimr mm lic l1llI1IX . . lil tixlilfx. Rfxlil N,-XLQ, C IARPNCI .. "N1.ij-ir" . . "HL lluclu . . "A" gmdc in c111uin.xlul-vgy. Rllll. l'ilNNl'l'l'l . . NJYQ' dlwliiwll . crualu cluwr lilllc Kllclcliw. RHODES. Cyl XIKVA . , I'NlI'l1Cf.lllYglNl all wlirl-lslul ..l.il1 ll-clinician . . prcfurx lwmc uc. - RllYKl'.RlJ. NOl.A . . Rfd Cr-N lillllllil' . . lmmu cc. uinglir . . wurul yen fur fuull. ll is Rlfll, DI :XX . . pmw pislul piukcr . . gulf sur . . "l l'l'x." RUl5l1R'l'S, YI RNKQI . . slip' Nmilc . . will make .1 grinll nurxu . , lumon icq yrcam. RC5l7lfl5l'l'R, ICULA l5l'Al'l"l . . busy Publlia- liunx' nmn.13.gcr . . princip.il's girl lfridny. ROMAN, ROB . . Imll calls.-l . . ll1Il'.lI11Ul'.llS . . 'pliliuixilas dmxn on limiil-wlnrllln Rixlxl N Kllf N ku rlikpuulua lnk LIL llll I' lx In f Sl II l IX imuslrx 1 l ni s nm 1 RHBFRC1 SlllRl.lX Lgk WLS I IILITNIINN fl Sl! K 1' SXNIJBORC BOB wliuill siirll ll gui 1 l u 1, .5 -1-: -A " . V Lg k kf f rx i ', li .. " lil' , . p " - A -Q l-ml . l i - .ku . . IIZIC' .m. f ROfQ..,-.-C.K..'l ,iml-1' si' K' falurilu pcriull, scvcnlli . . liorsc racing. 'lk I . ' . Q. , Q' . . " mp' - l ' H ' j . , f.1 :im rcl.ll1u.illw, flrl. l ' Q, .. 1. -..s.c. . , ui'- 4- V XK'lKl 41 mslif l grin. C SAUNDPRS, SIIIRl.l'Y . . klTCUl.lIlUI1 mlm .igcr . . infccliulis gigiglf . , scurcl.iri.1l work. X SCKYl"l', lilillll . . HSCUIIYN swmmns lncr Bing . . cagc L'I1ll1LlSl.1Sl. SIQIFIQRT. BOB . . all-around sporlsman . supplirls Ciliicngn Cubx. Sl'Rl"NU, lil.l,l'N . . C1..'X.A. gal . . Rcllucln Yuc clmrux . . Anclmrx .iwciglil Y LL LL SHAXV, THITLMA . . "Timmy" runs a hot scale . . banana pie consumer. SILVIQRMAN, BOB . . secret H.lI11lUI'al1UZ bus buy tu steward . . Music Hmmr League. Slili.-XD, .IOAN . . "-Iu's" .i future hypti giver . . band . . "Yuu're kiddin'!" SM.-XI.LVi'OOD, CLARA . . "Kickey" wants tu type . . dislikes lmmewurk 1'dun't we aIl?l. SMITH. ANNIQ , . Budget head . . chief servant of King, her horse. SMITH, CHFRIIT . . choir girl . . "Dug" likes dancing . . havrack rides please, SMITH, -IACK . . "Ci" Club scribe . . "jeek" fruni O-hi-O hits the cage lump. SMITH, kIUANI'I'A . . "SI11Illyu.."C:I.lP yuh hands" . . strawberry malt addict. SMITH, RALPH . . "Veronica" , . tenor cmtiner . , Mike in "'I'tnnimrrtmw the W'orld." SPARLING, RALPH . . "Bud" . . to don Navy blues . . band . . sports his love. STARR, SHIRLEY . . nurse's life calls "Bridget" . . "That's for sure!" STIiVIfNS, PATTY . . seeker of four-leaf clovers . . baseball . . hurseback riding, STIfW'ART, GIZNIZ . . Ii.I5.A. . . interests: scientific farming, fancy livestock. STOTTS, RICHARD , . intramural sports . . If.Ii.A. . . "Yuu knnw what I say." STRAIJIQR. DICK . . air-minded . . light crew . . impossible Reflectavue posseman. STROMQUIST, VIRGINIA . ."Ginger,'skates . . her favorite is '33 Chevy . . businesswuman. STULTS, SHIRLEY . . "Please Cl0n't call me 'Shorty' " . . basketball . . beautician. STURGIQON, DICK . . "Mary and me" . . Cub fan . . intramurals . . Diesel engineering. SUITTS, ANN . . "XVinnie," the mermaid.. Ci.S.L. cabinet . . G,A.A. btiard . . debate. SL'NI7I'mIfRG. DALI: . . vice president, I:.I:.A. . . intramurals . ,hunting . . farming . . sports. 1-Ev '3 J. Let it snow! Y . IU H 1 L INL Y I I t t Free at last SUTUR, ,IOHN . . "Sunny" . . baiid . . blue Iwirtl, nucliine-gun type . . farmer. SUYDANI. I.OUI5Ii . . elielter uf the sticks . . xterm bound . . sweet .md demure. SXYANSON. DON . . redl1e.u.Ied Relleetfnut eluwn . . "Shasta" . . Xxhiidy' Herman f.in. SXYANSUN, LIIXI . , eulte dispenser . . wields .mn .irtistk brush . . Student Council. SW'IC1I.RT. IIARISAR.-X . . S..'X..-X. prekitlcnt . . N.H.S. . . Relleetnr .xrt stat? . . knitter, TAI.I5IfRT, I"IIfRfXIAN . , incipient br.1Iiem.1n . . fund eonnoisseur . , I'eelt'x bid buy. TIIONIPSON, CARUI YN . . "Tummy . wnrbles in tlie elwir . . -A-Il Club gil. THOMPSON. LIANIIS . . Diesel engineering , . "I lute to get up in tlie murningf' THOMPSON. PAT . . lwme designing in- terestx liim . . favorite elmws, physics. 'l'llfI'OX. I'i.'XRIlAR.'X . . eustume crew . Ci.A.A. mixw , . iitmtlmll Iier fax-irite. TONKIN. AUDRIQY . . G. A. A. claims "Trunks" . . 'Wvindy Ciityl' office work . . gnbs TOURTIQIIOTT. IQVICIYN , . "Turtle" will Imltl patients' lunds . . Perry Quinn reenrtls. TRACY, SI'IIRI.I'Y . . mellow mx . . Ci.A..'X. . . relislies clitieulnte m.irxlim.illuw suntlaes. UHLMANN, LICON . . "I..1nky" . . I-'.lf.A. treasurer . . tiller tif mil . , 4-H'er. UPP, RICHARD . . .ietive in F.F.A. . IJielt'S .1 great hunter, lislierman. VARNIIR. IIILI. . . lmntlwmu I'I.1l'INlIIlLLI' study lull .absentee . . intr.imur.1Is. VI'NI.UNlD. NIARIAN . . ret.iil xeller . . glee club , . likes men Iwlm duesn til. VICTOR. RICHARD . . "Peres" going to Minnesnta forestry st-lwwl . . pumpkin pie. VVAIPI7, X5l'AI.I,ACI" . . "XY'.1llie" . . nmtli slinrk . . muvie guer . . lmwler . . cage fan. VVAIDHANIS, I.,xVI'iRNI', . . F.I'.A, . . seien tific farming . . slumrt-stnturetl, VVAGHFR, BLFNIJA . . shakes a mean foot . . "Take a letter, Miss." XVAGHIQR, NIARCIQIIIA . . "Slwrty" darklhaired band lassie . . usherette. XVALLACIC, KIQN . . "Red" . . band member . . applauds all sports. NVALTON, DICK . . master operator. Visual Aids . . "put-put" speeialist. VVARRIQN, ZI'QI.I,A . . future bnoltkeeper . . tall, dark, quiet . . enjoys reading. XVIQISB, RUTH . . Vfeb spins net for sailors . . potential temperature taker. WEISSTIQR, IRIfNI'i . . Ci.S.I,. "Big Sister" . . "I'm confused" . . mechanical drawing. XVEIR, NIARGARPT . . ullimplesll . . Choir . . G.S.I.. cabinet . . Retleetavue Dutch boy. WEIR, SHIRLEY . . "Weary" . . hiking en- thusiast , . G.S.I.. . . "You tell 'emf' W'FI.I.S, IIARISARA . . liltes Ifnglish . . dis- likes noisy people. XY'IiSTIiRDAI.Ii, KICNNI-1'I'H . . an artist, and how! . . bulletin board chairman. XY'I'IITCONlI5, AIIQANNINIC . . "kIerry's" a Rellectavue star . . A Cappella choir. VVILKIQRSON, LUIS . . "Dody" . . n pianist . . plans for college and nurse'-s training. W'II.I.IAMSON, .IIQAN . . roller-sltating star . . full of fun and laughter. VVILSON, BIQTTY . . "Betty Boop" . . sells dresses at j. C. I'enney's . . hamburgers. XIVILSON, KIfNNIiTH . . super-manager Vie- tory Loan sales . . attractive brown eyes. VVILSON, ,IUANITA . . "Nitie's" ambition: "Blues in the Night" . . G.S.I.. XVILSON, W'YNIiTTIi . . baton twirling ex- pert . . sports . . chocolate sodas. VVOLI., MABEL . . rippling blonde tresses . . loves other lab . . secretarial ambitions. NVOOLIQY, YVONNF . . "I:U7Yyn . . nursery school teacher . . "pert and puny" . . orchestra. WORKMAN, SHIRI.I'fY . . "Sl1irl" will enter commercial field. YOUNG, ,IOYCIS . . "Petunia" . . Joyce de- sires to be a commercial artist. O I- 'A 1 4 'TJ' -I-.-f 5375 l - .'.ml.i I I I f .V IUPF W Ls W J KW L Budget editor Anne poses . Slap-happy Pat and Bill . . . Bartenders at "Club 46" . . . "Uncle Tom" raises the roof . Mrs. C. helps finance the book The champ eats his prize . . . 512011: GI-IT on SEN R5 S IU lflll Richard Adams Williann Addis Lois Albert Dorothy Allen Dorothy M. Allen Larry Amen Dean Anderson Jack Anderson Blanche Arie Phyllis Baars David Barstow Richard Baughman Charlene Bellamy Car lee Bengtson Arthur Benson Wilma Berry Mary Beserra Patricia Bielma Bernice Bird Ruth Bodeen Clarence Bogard John Bogren Dolores Glo Bouchante rin Bowden Richard Boyer Donald Boynton Dorothy Boynton jerry Boynton Bev erlee Bryant Betty Byerly john Bryant Richard Cameron Ma ry J 0 Carlson Pau l Carlson Dorothy Carrel 34 CL 5 Bud Carroll ,lane Cassell Ramona Chapin V7ayne Christy Beverly Clark Betty Lou Clark Aldis Clary John Clary john Coghill Shirley Cooley Mary Cozad Lorraine Crouse Shirley Dail Ann Davis Juanita Davis Edwin DeWitt -Iohann Dickerson Barbara Dickinson Marjorie Domdey Mary Margaret Doran Mary Doyle Bill Dredge Gwendola Droke Mary Catharine Dudman LeNora June Duncan Joyce Durbin Carlvne Dwyer Shirley Dyer Dorothy Edmunds Shirley Epley Emily Elliott Alohn Fauset james Felt , Mary Fields Bill Fleharry 35 U IUR Homer Fleischer Marvin Flickinger Richard Foster Phyllis liranibes Joanne liuller Ruth Garrett Charlotte Gibbs June Gilbert Josephine Goff Richard Gould Dick Graflund Dorothy Guenther Richard Guenther Lois Gullstrand George Haight Frances Hall Howard Hallberg Ruth Halverson Barbara Hand Betty Hannegan Wfillard Hanson Don Hart Shirley Haskins Jim Haynes Betty Healey Betty jane Henderson Raymond Hendricks Gene Herron David Hicks Blanche Hill Don Hillier Joan Hjerpe Virgil Hocraffer Betty Holman Jim Hoopes 36 CL if Marilyn Hoots Lawrence Horaney Robert Horneeker Donna Hoyt Barbara Hunnicutt Henry Imel Nora Ingraham Betty jackson Beverly Jacobs Shirley Jacobs Betty jean jacobson Chloetta johnson Marilyn Johnson Quentin Johnson Robert johnson Shirley Johnson Shirley june johnson Lillian jones Loretta jordan Louis Judson Charles Kline Dolores Kling Mary Ann Kost Betty jo Lancey Alcan Lanstrum Barbara Larson Dorothy Larson Joyce Larson Marilyn Lasser Virginia Lee Beverly Lewis Dorothy Lewis W'illiam Liby Bill Lietsch Bonnie Lindberg JU IUP1 Paul Lindberg Clifford Loring Antonia Luna Donald Lundeen Kenneth Lundeen Joyce Luttrell Kathlyn Luttrell Martha Lucas Dorothy McCall Ted McCants Virgil McClurg Ruth McCulloch John McLeish Janet McLennan June McNaught Jack Martin Russell Matthews Rose Anne Mead Bill Mecum Tillie Medina Paul Messplay Marilyn Metcalf Edwin Middaugh Marian Miles Jack Miller Mac Miller Patty Miller Sally Miller Darlene Mills Helen Milroy Rose Marie Modglin Rosalie Montrose Jacqueline Moos Paul Morrison Kenneth Munson i, IW L Y Y J L L Norma jean Munson Delores Myers Dolores Nelson Kathleen Nelson Keith Nelson Richard Nelson Donna Norris Carol Northey Phyllis Nystrom Kathryn Oakes Patricia Oberlander Betty Olson Max Olson Ronald Olson Barbara Page Phyllis Pascoe LaWanda Patterson Florence Peabody Jeannette Pearson Louise Pedigo Donald Pittman Betty Poole Alice Marie Potter jack Potter lrenc Poulson Rex Ragan Teresa Ramirez Louise Reiber Mike Revelez Ruth Reynolds Charles Rhvkerd Ralph Rich Dean Robinson Lillian Rogers Robert Rose fi 4 i it . if 1 .4 C' s Q' it L as 1' I :S 1 ! ,Q J U I U B -. - , Colleen Ross iv f john Rouland ' Bill Rowe ' S Robert Rutledge " Pauline Sandberg I1 I -lack Sgividge ll ty Saxitlc, i '2' Shirley Snxer Bob Schafer Barbara Sehlnf Bob Stlbtrt Bill Serdahl Gertrude Sherrill Dorothy Sherwood Gretchen Shirek Robert Short Patricia Showers Donna Shriber lN.1I'1Lf Silbtrtr Norma Simpson Barbara Smead Louis Smith Mai x in Sny der Dorislee Spencer Marjorie Starr Shirley Stegall Shirley Stevenson Betty Stinson Anita Storex' 1 Niithty Storm 19,55 Stoufter Beverly Swanson Courtney Swanson Lois Swartout joan Taylor CL S Norma Taylor Arlene Lois Temple Charles Teske Dolores Tharp Francis Thomas Mary Thompson jean Tribler Fannie Tropino Robert Turner Albert Vallero Clifford Van Dyke Marjorie Van Winkl Joan VonDrake Myrtle Wagoner john Weinberg Mary West Catherine White Gertrude White Helen White Lois Wilkins Pat Wilkinson Carol Williams Charlotte W'ilson Martha Wilson Mary Wilson Nancy Wilson Stanton Wilson XVayne Wilson Evelyn Wooldridge Ronald Woolsey Gerald Wright jack Zeldes 41 K 1 eg 5 CF 3 ,-, 8 :Q 1 "Je 4 i 8 4 N A :I g-I3 If a .fr , Q , W ae, fl I '12 ' H 4 K it x N , P ,ai n ,ii -......0 if :F ,I ,. ff'3'f" K1 I 3 fu f. if :WT-1' 23.2 D PKG H7500 XXX L iV C, AX 4 ' "" I H 'E' - , 22- 3 f F f F1 1 , X -F a ! A 4 'ff f 'wi 'F 3 if f ff flyffl jk if nf l' X 7, 'f ff V!V, X M fy ,fy ff j 4 f f g if JLZA X j V! fl Y . nl' -f1::X3Tf'is:Irfi1'::-- , f 4 , f ,gf M l warg fb X , 13? X N f 1 Q 5Lvi'zs K X2 Y ff fx, 'Cliff 4 'ZF 4 G 'N -v . - .f ,sy f X- I .f Q A Q. ' , ' XX'5".f ' W - fn . , Hlllcslm mn lollclm - 1 1 1 1 1 .'1 ' 1 11 1 1 A1 1 fi i1 '1 11, ffl . '1 ' .fl 4 .-,'1,1L-M71 1. .avbfgi 1 4 'IX Q 5 gf: Q T? , .-53 - 1 z L - 1 175355- . 1-P33 '12 'wfvsffs 1 1 1 - '-'gfjwl 19 . 5' , 1 Iam?-15" af ,H diff. Af, ,.,.., .A , ., 5.243 , me 11 5 KN , Q 14,511 gr: 1'-fi 41 ' 1 ' 1 11 1 . 1 1 1 ..-1 41 1 1 1 ff .' 11- f V - . 1 u ' r . '- 1 , f . - fn .- 1 1 x .,- .,,,g. .J , .. Q.. , 5 I u .p. 1 .4 .4 r W . ..-x. 1 ,ff 5. 1 4.77 4 . 1 ' 1 4 ,,1 14 -.1..' il, . gr.: ' 'Q' .. .1 1 .-1 , ,a,.. , 1 0111 1. 1 1 ' .1 13,1 UUE CDU C11 President Don Lersch Since being founded in 1925, the Council has proved to be a very effective organization. Othcially, the members of the student governing body of G. I-1.5. are known as "Student Councilers," but in real- ity they are prohcient as salesmen, boosters. orators, and guides. Remember that all the grand dances, fun nights and pie sales, as well as Streaky's Place are just a few examples of their skill in promoting their ideals and exhibiting their interior decorating talent. Not only were these mercenary things accomplished, but also a closer relationship between the faculty and students was effected by this organization. Forty-nine students compose this year's Council The greater part are representatives chosen by their respective advisories. Each major activity places one representative on the Council, and the Council itself elects four people who serve in the capacity of mem- bers at large for the coming year. Leaders of the Council for the first semester of 1945-1946 were: Don Lersch, presidentg Dick Potts, vice-presidentg Bette Hanson, secretaryg Bill Barnes. treasurer. At the end of the first semester, when Don Lersch graduated, Dick Potts took over the duties of president, and Bert Nordhielm, those of vice-presi- dent. Student representatives exhibited real cooperation and spirit in making 1945-1946 a successful school year. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Dick Potts, Bill Barnes Bette Hanson, Mr. Goodwin 50 3 A 1Q '.L.i.1 ggggQIf ,, 2 " i g ElI1fQl'Q!iili.Q ii, . JM, -. Q- "xg rg N f fr' fi 5 ' --Q ,fit I-,I 1,1 .6 iz 5-Emi U -I-' ,gp V Y :nl Q1 f . ' 'Y ?7? y fviiiffh L. I , Q 2 5. ' 6 Q 5,31 " f xi!! X' at S5-'QQ' Pu I WWHIIGHT fEB ICE The capable leader of G.S.L. for 1945- .V 1946 was Carlene Nichols, president, who headed the Service Committee. Open House, teas for the sophomores. the all-girl party, the annual G.S.L. banquet, programs and activities were under the di- rection of Miriam Larsen, vice-president. To Bette Hanson, secretary. we owe the social events of the season, as well as the scrap book. Publicity and financial affairs were under the direction of the treasurer. Gretchen Lohmer. The help and guidance offered the League by its sponsors, Miss Alice Jones and Miss Oflacers: C' Nichols B' H-,mon Ruth Sticlsle, were greatly welcomed and M. Larsen G. Lolamer appreciated. GIRLS' SERVICE LEAGUE CABINET Bottom row, left to right: S. Cooley, IJ. Lewis. M. Goode, G. Berg, VY. Huff, K. Nelson. P. Showers, A. Suitts. Second row: If. XYoolridge, C. Bengtson, M. Palmeter, j, Myron, L. johnson, G. XY'eidenliamer. R. Halverson. B. Alacobs. Third row: M. Stromgrcn, C. Templeton, L. Lundquist. S. House, M. Mills. xl. Purkey, M. Vfier, M. Killingsworth. Top row: I'. Figg, B. Anson, N. Clark, B. Page, B. Uverman, A. Higgins. Il. Dickinson, M. Thompson. l A - ..4, Standing Committees: Bottom: L. johnson K. Heavelin S. House Ni, lireckenridge -I. Dickerson D. lfdniunds lf. Lindberg Nl. llessera Second: Ci. Berg XY. Huff A. Xluschler l. Webster S. livans T. Sluvn il. Beck li. Ahlgren Nl. Cook Third: lx. Nichols -I. xlCLCHI1.lll P. Norman B. Byerly M. Lucas V. Lee Nl. Killingsworlh il. Larson Nl. II,1rb.1c lillllrtllf ll. Davis li. Anson ll. Vfhite lx. Wbolridge P. Bacon A. Brown XI. Vfier L. Shaner Top: B. Dickinson Nl. Thompson -I. Davis S. Dail Nl. Luttrell li. Tropino P. Nlt.id N, Nlilwnrd Ci. Thompson P. Pmnd To promote Christian standards of living in the school .md community is the purpose of Girls' Service League. The I.CLlgUC,S emblem is n white cross surrounded by Ll blue circle mounted on Ll white square. The fourfold life-social, physical, mental and spiritual development-is represented by the white square. The blue circle stands for service and growth in mind, spirit and body: the white cross represents the life of Christ. At the hrst meeting, impressive induction rites were held for new members. Two new branches of the League organized this venr to help befriend new girls to high school were: The "Circus Matineen, which was an orientation program for freshmen cen- tered around the main theme of n circus. in which the girls were taken on tours of the schoolg and "Big Sistersu, ll group of girls appointed to "adopt" sophomores .md new girls and to in- troduce them to G.H.S. Sponsors Nliss Stielslt and Miss lones Cheese cake .1 la fxcultv The impressive induction 3 F x R2 Ofhurs K Lundggn I Hoopns M B1rstovx, P Wllknnson K WCSfLfCillL A Qhrx Iunndlmws gl1u.1fulmss Loopurumon md good lgldgrslnp ln trnti thlt hclpud fostu ln Bow Forum 1 spnrxt of Xxorthsxhnlg fun md SOtl'lbl1lIX for 1ll rho boxs Thu orglnlutnon xx IS clarnstemd Boxs fo rum ln 1935 afar bung known for 1 numbcr of xurs as Boxs H1 Y WOFk1ng as 1n 1dx1sor IS Vlr W1ll11111 Good um xx hose task IS also to Lontact spukus Nhrlg Barstow hudud the LXLLUIINL LOI'l1T'l1lt LL Agtnltnes vscrg dlrcuted bx Aldns Chrx Thr ITIIFIX lnurnstlnk and nnformltlu pro gums, xncludmg 1 tllk bx Dr Hlrold XV11 0 Knox Collcgc on IIOIUIQ povru' xurg offrrad IQ rh1 rgsult of flu hlrd work of Kan Iundun prognm churnnn m1 Hoopgs, Kgn Wustcrdzxlu 1nd P1t XX 11 kmson hcadnd thg sgrucg bullgtln bolrd 1nd publnutx LOTNIUIIILLS ruspcguulx An lntnrestlng program Ni i1 Rusmg momx for rhg forum" The "Bug Threcv, R D1mberg, B Goodxxm, C Bednar, plan program actnmcs ,UQ . , H - ,Q Q N K . 41 1 , 1 ' 1' , . .. . t x , 41. . v, D 1 I' v, . K. . .. . I - 7 U' '- -' f 1 - 1 ' ,Q K . ,.. . U xx' "1 ' - . A . . , r . . - v. Y 1 . ' ' 11's- , 1 v , 1 , 1- 'v. - '- , , . , 'K , , 1 ' , 1-' , ' ,'., - . 1 , 5 . . t . ka 1 1 . 1 QI' f ' A, L v H' ,., ., an . I' , , 1, , ,, , 'f'- - , .- . xx 1 A ' l 1 'y vt u 1- 1 , . ,L. . , . . , . , ' ' , ,, 'V f - ' ,x 1 -'v, . N v . . 1 'x ,, I gf. v. IH' i' g5, l 1 445, Y' , f X, x tv A Jfw - -1 13' I Q Inv- if 94515 Am , Q I aj, A iz 5.1 I x .52 sf . ,- Q fs, V 1 V as Aff! A 'V FY! Q23-f in n S 1 4 Vi P. ' Jig" ll A nfl: fn an Q- ,,, 9 'Y LII? ' .. M: 4?e " 5541-'nu1w. Q ,Q . N 4 4' EFLECTUR P. Stouffer . D. Endter g 3 ,1 I 4 L. B. Rodeffer I5 . Q? in H, s I LA? . Y f ' ii ,, In - . , i Y at I Vforking with a staff, many of whom were inexperienced, Joan Pacey, editor, and Peggy Stouffer, assistant editor, supervised the publi- cation of this, your 1946 Reflector. Through the efforts of Lola Beth Rodeffer, business man- ager, the yearbook was successfully financed. Much credit is extended to the faculty work- ers, Mrs. Blanche Cummings, art advisor, and Miss Opal Knox, editorial advisor, who, by con- tributing innumerable suggestions and ideas throughout the year, made possible the finished product. Although the entire staff was confronted with numerous problems, each difficulty in turn was overcome. To complete the work of the yearbook required generous donations of time and effort on the part of those who volunteered their services. It is the sincere wish of the staff that in years to come this Reflector will serve you, the stu- dents and faculty, as a reminder of some of the many enjoyable highlights which brightened the way at G.H.S. during the year 1945-1946. Lower left: Index and scheduling staffs: Standing-Pearson, johnson, XX uoltx ldmun s Y I Metcalf, Iipley. Seated-Firth, index editor: lfdwardson, scheduling., td tor an negan. Q, BIIFDCS Lower right: Sports staff: Figg. liverist, Zeldes, editor. " 4 56 ,ffdgiy i I s, fg21i!:iii :bl V y lfl Q8 g if fx Offfw Q47 X raw JY Publications Advisory Board: Seated: Miss Knox, Mrs. Cummings. Standing: Mr. jones. Miss Hanson. Mr. W'oolcy. Fl Suri: BUW'IU.1l1, Borg, Swigcrr, Nichols ririitfkopy SMH: SLIIIJIIIQI julinson, Rybcrg, Lewis, Nl in, Xiclinnan. Suited: lihck, Vfcxl, lin-editors. Joan Paccy, Editor -i .--f-"' YA " Q' X ' '-rfyw . V l Th B li afbaam, Pihl, mber , Lauerman, Fa ason, Knox, Da g S ccessful Year Budget as ' u . n , ,My 4, Enduring liendline headaches, The Budget enjoyed an espec- xnil make-up madness, busy iallysuccessfulyear,iindingtinir news hounds slziv' ,l frantically to to Sponsor za dance, to engage in p 'otluuc G. ll. Sfs fact and Quill and Scroll activities, to leatiire-filled weekly ne-weipaper, organize a pep cluli. and to he BUDGET! Sponsor an individual sports Heading this group of budding' award for the most vziluablr l.if.rh-school journalists, Editor athlete of the yt'21l'. l29Sid9P knne Smith sixiwi'x'isvfi thi- stafl putting out a paper which kept with unusual ability and was, the students informed on latest icvcr 1 on hnsy tu xvriti- rx last events and entertained by clever ninntv "Zillvi"' sz-ivy nr to set np f8ai.uT'9S. ' 5'l'U- . lliiclaing' lim' up x-w,-iw Nlisr wlpzil linux. ciiitwinl anlvisoi'. and Q 'I' A Blix l-inf: llznnlwrg, tu-linical ' ' i'i-'xilrinulvqillitpg1-igixw wilxisoi. . y nlvi-,-V witli zi Qinilv, , ,. V . znfini-ix. to Lim WM "nin- A sm-L, il liazitiim Qlnw jimi' i.-:Qin tnv new nn. piitxim,-il and i,lui-iii'- 'il ii'1ilgg"i WH in.-ii li, ah--4411? itflflli. li pru- "ml-1-tw inf-fe nleuszni' plum.: to t Anne Smzth x -r rf J -L 5" A X' f 4 Rodeffer, Kling, Munsozz, Schon, Berg. Goode, Roman, Bulmer - fi fig ' Zeldesr h , Fmfbazrn, gfdglnrxrfnlds, F1gg, West. WCIY I I hnsonr Pcxhlow. Efne' Hansglgehrg, Bergf Co ok, MCCaug1'l9Yf KJ? Jo 1 "y 5 .Q - ig? . iii , m Q in X 3 Q 754 I Y 3 : 1? .1, - ' ' P' K 1 ' A I T, Q is f Lqsi g bi :T ' at Dredge, Wilkinson, Badger, Morgan, Felt, White, Nelson. Parker, Englurzd, Doyle, Bengtson XYHU AL HU NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SELECTION FOR 1946 SFNIORS Ahlgren House Black Huff Breckenridge Lauerman Currey Lohmer Damberg NlcCaughei' Ifdwardson Nlilward Ifndter Nluschler Iinglund,T. Rich Ifnglund, XY. Rodeffer lfvans Suirzs Fairbairn Xlfebsrer Furrow Xxll1llCUlUl'I Godsil XY'ooley NATIONAL HONOR SOCQllf'l"x' SELECTION FOR I9-Hy ,IUNIORS 1946 members: Bengtson Carroll Edmunds Fleisher Lucas l.undeen Officers: Front: McCoy, Miss Anderson, Mason Back: Pihl, Hawkinson NlcI.enn.m Nelson Sliirek Stoutfer Xvest Zuldes 60 1945-46 members: UR IMHETY Character . . . Service . . . Leadership . . . Scholar- ship! These signposts mark the diflicult road leading to a coveted goal, membership in the National Honor Society, an honor which every student desires but which few achieve. Fourteen two-year members, led by Nancy Pihl, president, jerry McCoy, vice-president, Beverly Ma- son, secretary, and Lloyd Hawkinson, treasurer, with Miss Hazel Anderson acting as sponsor, carried on 1946 society activities. The annual, solemn induction of new members into N.H.S. was held May 9 before the student body and parents of the new members. At the impressive cere- mony, the Reverend Joseph Clare, pastor of the Uni- versalist Church and professor at Knox College, was the guest speaker, and Superintendent R. V. Lindsey and Principal W. T. Wooley also took part in the pro- gram. May 23, under soft lights and with "smooth" music, the Hotel Custer ballroom was the scene of the N.H.S. formal banquet, which highlighted their eventful year. In the spring, a just-for-fun picnic wound up the society's activities. The memorial plaque honoring Galesburg High School's graduates who were killed in World War II is Hnanced and kept up to date by the group. Standing: McCoy, Pacey, Hawkinson, Mason, Mathias, Hanson, Firth, Nichols. Seated: Potts, Alps, Pihl, Swigert. Not in picture: Anne Smith, Ralph Smith. DEH TE Left: lxathletn Nelson, Ann Suitts, Cilirl Van Dyke, Xlarilyn Alps. Right: Harold Pilelit-r. l.ee Furrmv, lfaye Ahlgten, Nancy Xlorgan, Debate work, revived this year under the leadership of Coach Royal Harshbarger, gained momentum as hot argu- ments both pro and con revolved around the question: Re- solved: "That every able-bodied male citizen of the United States should be required to have one year of full-time mil- itary training before attaining the age of twenty-fourf' Anne Suitts, Marilyn Alps. Kathleen Nelson, and Harold Pilcher defended the atlarmative side, Lee Furrow, Faye Alhgren, Cliff Van Dyke and Nancy Morgan made up the team battling for negative decisions. Although the teams met keen competion, they achieved excellent results. Kathleen Nelson, Harold Pilcher, Nancy Morgan and Cliff Yan Dyke carried ofI the trophy and first-place hon- ors for G.H.S. at the Burlington tournament. l.ee liurrow and lfaye Ahlgren captured superior and excellent debating awards respectively at the Normal meet. The contestants went on to the Augustana tournament. where, competing against a picked held of debaters from the larger schools of Illinois, Iovva, and Indiana. they won third place. Traveling to Kewanee, the debaters carried otT second! place laurels in the Northwest Conference meet. As a climax to the year's successfully faery clashes and heated arguments, silver "G" pins were awarded to the teams. Schedule: December S-Normal. December 15-Burlington. ,lan uary 2 6-Moline. lfebruary 8, 9-Augustana Col lege tournament. Rock Island lfehruary 25-Northwest Con- ference meet. Kewanee. Nlr. Harshbarger Ofhcersz Jack Mavis, Leon Uhlman Richard Blair, Louis Judson, Dale Sundberg Mr. Dunn, Curtis Morling Tomorrow's farmers of America at G.H.S. led an active year Hlled with work on many new projects. Among their projects were making and selling hog troughs, selling seeds, producing poultry, swine and other animals, and raising crops. Fifty-one boys participated in individual projects which gave experience in the practical methods of farming. Mr. Ray Dunn was the advisor of the group with president, Curtis Morlingv vice-president, Dale Sund- berg, secretary, Richard Stotts, treasurer, Dick Blair, reporters, Lois Judson, jack Mavis, and Leon Uhl- mann as student leaders. Ernest Wedell placed second in the Future Farmers of America sectional public speaking contest. Other contests the group entered were the control of pests contest, state judging in grain and livestock, and the parliamentary procedure event in the sectional meet. The ofiicers also attended the sectional meeting at Monmouth. April 8, a Father and Son banquet was held to acquaint the parents with the work of the Future Far- mers of America, who tomorrow will be our farmers. Bill Kuntz, Illinois F.F.A. president, was the main speaker at the banquet held at the Central Congregational Church. Curtis Morling served as toast-master on the program. The "Parent-Son" banquet highlighted the year's activities for the organization. Front row: l.. Sedwick, D. Nlorling R. Howland, Mr. Dunn, I.. Uhlman J. Page, K. Malcolm. t Second row: jj. XVeir, R. Upp, C. Mor- ling, R. Blair, M. Nliller, L. ,ludson M. Flickenger. Third row: lf. Wvedell, C. Smith, T Tinkliam, IJ. Sundbcrg, D. Dollin ger, I.. w'3dl1Jl11S, KI. XY'hitm,m, D Hanson. ers, R. Blair. Ii. Brown, ,l. Havnes B. Clierrington, gl. Cooper. Top row: G. Billups, I.. Lenty, D. Sly- " 1" U L U I5 li' Oflicers: Jack Smith, Dean Rich Dick Asquith jerry McCoy, Mr. Phillips This honorary organization for the proud wearers of the varsity "G" was reorganized last year, and under the leadership of jerry McCoy, president, Dick Asquith, vice-president, jack Smith, secretary. and Dean Rich, treasurer, the "GU Club has had a most successful year. To be a member of this exclusive group, a boy must first earn his varsity letter. Each sport requires that a prospective letter wearer meet certain qualihcationsz in football, a certain number of quarters, in track, a dehnite number of points, and in baseball, a sutlicient number of innings. When his letter has been earned, a boy may become a member. Aided by Mr. Phillips and Mr. Fish, the boys promote athletics among the students and do all they can to boost good sportsmanship and high school spirit. This year the "G" Club initiated the idea of a pep club to support the teams playing on the gridiron or the hardwood. However, the big event on the calendar of sportsters is the annual spring banquet. It is at this time that the boys honor their parents to show their appreciation for the aid given them in making it possible for them to become a member of such an outstanding organization. 4 Members: lfront row, left to right: R. Lundeen. R. Seifert, R. Rooney, ,I. McCoy, D. Asquith, M. Barstow, l.. l-laxvkinxon. D. Rich, Hoopes. Second row: .-X, Clary, li. Serdahl. I. Baker. R. Nloran, P. XX'ilkinson, ll Cameron, kl. Nlavis, ll. Swanson, li. johns. lop row: rl. Carlton, R, Still, li. Car- roll, ll. llamberg, R. lfbony, ll. Stotts. C. Yan Dyke. Cf. Swanson. IUBLIII TIUM' HUSI ESS ST FF Through the efforts of business manager Lola Beth Rodeffer and faculty advisors, the Publications Business Staff completed a prosper- ous year. Mr. Robert Hungerford, who continued the duties of advisor fol- lowing Miss Margaret Hanson's res- ignation, gave much thought to the work of the staff. The burden of organizing and operating the candy stand, and the concessions at the games fell upon the shoulders of their staff. Financing G,H.S. publications was carried out efficiently bv Lola Beth and her assistants. Front row, left to right: Wlilson, Page. Thorpe, Morrison. Hiller. Second row: Griffith, Clay, Wiilliams. Hix. Brown, Powell. Top row: Stotts, Wlalton, Moran. Boynton, Nlatthews, Qirabill, Crummer. PUBLICATIONS BUSINFSS STAFITS l'ront row, left to right: Xlyers, Peterson, jones, lfuller, Saunders Second row: Baker, Ciullstrand, Kling, Franklin, Kennedy, Badger Top row: Nlodglin, Dudman, luring. Rodeffer, lionesteel, Anson ISUAL AIDS "Movie today! Gee, l'm glad. It's so much more interesting to see instead of to read your lesson for the day!" Remarks like this are often heard in Ci.H.S. which proves that visual education is a popular as well as in- structive part of school routine. Mr. john Cjriflith manages this group of boys who shoxv movies ranging from directions on "How to Balse a Cake" to "A Dav in So- viet Russia." 64 IHULUUY ULUH One of the new features of Gales- burg High School this year has been the Biology Club. Many interesting projects, includ- ing the study of blood types and the identification of trees and flowers, have been carried out by the mem- bers of the club. As a money-making activity the club has sold milk to the students who bring their lunch. Marjorie Brunner serves as pres- ident with Beverly Ehlers, vice- president, and Maurice Norton, sec- retary-treasurer. i Front row, left to right: P. Kinnear, R. Snyder, M. Norton, M. Bruner, B. lfhlers, Mrs. Hawkins, B. Graham, li. Brown. Back row: G. Black, B. Benson, j. Pearson, G. Hall, -I. Redick, P. Bond. KI. Flodin, XV. Knox. CADETS Fifty-four students gave to the high school a business-like atmos- phere as they performed their duties as cadets during their free periods. Keeping the halls quiet and or- derly-an important undertaking- was the task of the cadets. Their greatest duty lay in seeing that stu- dents walked and talked noiselessly in the corridors during class time. Their other duties were collecting slips, carrying notes, and summon- ing students for the office and for teachers. Hall Cadets, Identification: I.':Grand, Fields, Sherrill, Baughman, lframbes, Bellamy. Guenther, Pierson, Bielema, Moos, Sparling, jordan, Dredge, Boyer, l'le.ivilin, Wester- dale. Mummey, Hocrafter, L..lrmichael, Slead, Kling, XVilson, Byerly, Rowe, Arie, Temple, Griffith, Clary, Thierry, B. Clark, Gibbs, Seifert, lipley, Davis, Garman, Shribcr, Dail, Liby, Kost, Page, Judson, Benson, Barstow, Harbac, Fuller, Rich, Bodeen, Middaugh, Grogan, Fleharty, Boynton, Lindberg, Hunter, B. L. Clark, Veal, Allen, Moberg, j. Clary, Addis, Newberg, Cozad, Lundeen, Shaw, Anson, Miles, Roman, Luna, Pahlow, Modglin, Tribler, lmel, Beserra. CUSTLL E CHE Although not seen by the audience. the Costume Crew is one of the main- ' stays in making a successful dramatic production. Under the guidance of Miss Hazel Anderson, this group has JL done wonders creating costumes for plays, pageants, assemblies, and the Reflectavue. The approximately thirty members plan costumes, work with in- dividual actors, and arrange every de- tail of dress. These workers deserve much credit and praise for their dili- Q.. gent efforts throughout the year. i ' 4 Front row, left to right: Brand, P. llacon, I.. Strcider, Y. Pearson. Second row: IS. johnson, M. Moberg, li. Hallstrom, B. Tilton. Third row: Miss Anderson, Kling, C. W'ilson, L. Swartout, S. Dyer. Top row: S. Heavilin, C. Northcy, M. Xvest, McLennan, lf. lflliott. Front row, left to right: XV. W'ilson, KI. Silverman, N. Matthews, D. Edmunds, S. Cooley. Second row: M. Lasser, D. johnson, P. Sutton, B. Henderson, KI. Hjerpe. Top row: D. Stradcr, D. Rich, H. Nordhielm, Al, McCann, D. XY'alton. ' 1 nom, N VE l THE ' 5 , 7 1 t .- U i'-P .K -H -. 'K ur fr H ,X 2 1.1 e .. Designing and constructing var- fx, NK lk , ious stage sets is the work of the stage crew, under the capable di- rection of Mr. Tom Broolsing and Mr. Milton Herbst. The property crew, sponsored by Miss Hazel An- derson, gathers stage props for all major productions. Mr. Atchison's light crew takes care of proper stage illumination. No dramatic project is complete without the hn- ishing touches given to it by the proper setting and adequate light- ing furnished by these crews. QR fl UE U,LL On Stage! Everyone on stage! Smell of greasepaint . . . opening night . . . dimming of houselights . . . flare of spots! For those who love and answer their allure, something new was .id- ded in 1946-"Stage Calln-an honorary dramatic organization. To qualify for membership a stu- dent must have served on crews for at least live major productions, or must have portrayed two minor or one major role. Miss Irene Freeman and Miss Ha- zel Anderson co-Sponsored this new group. Front row, left to right: C. Kline, P. Bacon, J. Vfhitcomb, K. Nelson, F. Firth, M. Johnson, VV. W'ilson. Second row: G. Shirck, Al. Zeldes, L. Patterson, B. johnson, N. Mat4 hews, S. Heavilin, M. A. Killingsworth. Top row: P. Stouffer, C. Vfilson, li. lflliott, C. Nortliey, A. Smith, R. Smith. Front row, left to right: L. B. Rodeffer, C. Fdwarclson, V. jones, N. Morgan, G. Berg, P. Stouifer. Second row: G. Cunningham, Mr. Damberg, Miss Knox, Mrs. Cum- mings, P. W'illtinson, D. Fndter, Third row: B. l..iuerm.in, A. Smith, KI. Zeldes, N. Pihl, B. Mason, C. Bengtson. lop row: xl. Pacey, S. Saunders, G. W'hite, B. Swigert, KI. Fairbairn, D. Hillier, B. Barnes. UUHl ANU .WHNML Offering new inspiration to jour- nalistically-inclined students of G. H. S., a new chapter of the national organization, Quill and Scroll. was founded this year. Candidates for membership were required to present a sample of their writing and a record of their jour- nalistic experiences. After being accepted by the National Council, they became official members at an impressive induction ceremony. Sponsors were Miss Qpal Knox, Mrs. Blanche Cummings, and Mr. Roy Damberg. 67 Miss Robertson T WELL UHUIH The a cappella choir has completed another successful year, having presented three maior eozigerts and nuniefous other programs. Members are chosen by tryouts and judged as to voice quality. reading ability and general interest. In this. Nliss Robertsonk second year, several new groups have been organiled. Probably the most popular of these is the Harmoneers. made up of boys whose musical interests range from "Stout Hearted Men" to "I.ullaby". From the district contests. the choir and several groups and soloists emerged with blue ribbons. these being: the boys' octet. mixed octet. and soloists Lillian Mureen. Julie Van Ness, Ieanne Black. jim Bowman. and Henry Imel. The choir has undertaken many projects in the field of music and has been extremely successful in all. lront rms. left to right: QI. Yan Ness. Doris .Iohns-in. Ni, Kremer. l.. Nlureen. li. Villtins. ll. Ikxxtll. ll, Humts. l. Xliddatiigh. I. Bouniaii. li, Ciillette. ki. liillups. R, Iorntiuist. S, XX ilbur. Xl. Nlills. S. liasltms, ci row: I. XX hitcoinb. I. IIlnuiI1t',,I. lionesteel. I. lxlapp. C. Williams. R. lrasls. -I. ltahi. 4. tiippoels. R. Smith, IJ, Ilan- St ind son. xl. Habbit. l'. Xlorrison, ri. lit-XX11-se, lk Pit-rson. S. Ryberi: hird ross: C. ililiiitiips-in. ll, fxlltfii. Barb fXnson. R. Xiodglin. Nl. Carlson. ii. Shircls. Ilielt Nelson. U. Sippel. l. lryniirt. li. ldmunds. lloris Nelson. li, Sinead, ll. Sutton. l'. Bond. 5. Nliller. KI. il'-itirtellott, lourth row: P. Nxstroin. 4, Smith. Ki. Weir. XI. lsillingsuorth. U. Hoyt. C. Nithtvls. li. Nilxtrnian. I. Hagrelius, IS, Xarn.r. Dick Iohnson, li. Qiuentlier. I. larson, ll. liaars. N. House. I. Sloan. Xl. Rabenau. Hex lrisniii. Not in picture: KI. Brand. N. fiodsil. ll. Imel. 68 f. Q ,I I Q HI 'I xx. IMI iw FIIQIII " XX. I,xxI-Ir, II. IiwIur'1wH. I. 'I 1" A Q pmr. lx. I.lq.1urx. XI. Ii-vmwj., IS I . YI If 3 R-mu, l , IK I ' I N II E 'md nm: KI. II.muIrHu. I. IKXI ' - L-rx-frm, IS. I,c1gI!lsm, XI. .X. XVII 1. I s. Iry. 1. Lmmw, x, 1.1. wp rwxx: II. Iwvrxlmrq, NI ISM! I gur, I'. Irurmd. Ii. XI-fxxlrmg. ll I' L Us V Q-,. , N4-I-I-.k:.I,.II1II.1, X. Km-,IX'I. UIIILII' ULEE ITLLIII THE I'r-wr yu I Imrxi nm cfl X Ii ,I Ii lm I, ll. 41, MU X. Ix R I I I IS I. IJ, C9 l Vu I II,1IIIuw .Nm .II.. I . I rymxru IS. I d111L11uIN K III I,.I Il. S1ppuI NIJ 4.x IF. Sxx'.1l1x.n1 Ikuu I5.nnlwu1 XIIIIMH i,Y.m IMIH II1IwIwI" I. I'-Illur' N,IN- " II, QLHQIU IIIIIVIM II, XX IIIXHIX 11 I III x II:v'Au1.1n XIIIIII I+vuvlIv nm: I11mIu'r' l3,,M.1uuI. Ii.xq1u ll. mvmum-vw ,IIN Il, IwImwlx XIMAIL., Ii. NHNKII -uk II, II.l11wrw .Ihrxv II. Ilrudgk II1gI1I1'I1' I7.C,1mc1'm I'Im II. InvIxnx 1 . IfppmIx II II EEIII Front row: lett to right: Se P. Morgan A, Storey B. Llackson B. Healey B. Page XY. lluti' Xl. l ueas Y. XX'o.ilty bl, Smith Cr. Wihite L, Albert cond rim: R.N1.idglin R. Head X'.X1.ulii.is il. Slead Nl. Kremer l.. Xlureen Xl. Rabenau HXXDJU A.N IJHIIH f l Mr. Lantz German Band: XV. Burgess, D. Potts, K. XY'allace, B. Damberg. G. DeXVeese Music-sweet. hot, and stirring has inspired G.H.S. audiences this year on numerous occasions because of the talent displayed by the band and or- chestra. Lilting melodies put listeners in a dreamy mood when the orchestra played selections from the operetta "Sweethearts" and "All the Things You Are". Stirring marches and novelty tunes like "Bad Boy Boogie" by the band livened the atmosphere of the football held and Steele Gym during the inter- missions of games. Showing that their ability is recog- nized by judges too, the band won first rating in a district music contest. Mr. Edwin Lantz was the busy di- rector of both organizations and also collaborated with Miss Lucille Robert- son as sponsor of the Music Honor League. Outstanding music students were admitted to Music Honor League after showing their ability in an audition before the League. LIHIHU UHLE GU S. Haskins J. Larson P. Norman Third row: L. XX'ilkins B. Damberg P. Oberlander D. Mills B. Smead G, DeVi'eest H. lmel D. Lewis ul. Anderson B. Sandborg Fourth row: Mr. Lantl Leahy B. Silverman D. Sippel P. Morrison H. Hallberg 70 I it 1' X X HAND Irunt ruw, left In right: XI. I.uc.is, I.. hluhnson, IJ. I.cwis, -I. Xxvilglltf, I3 . , ..X, . . Dv Itndtcr, X. Ilnwkins, NI. Mills, NI. Ciardnur, IN. Mllward, IS. Ahhnu, Potts, D. Hart, K. Vfnllncc, xl. Smith, I.. Shxncr. ORCHKSTRA ccund row: S. Iinbbitt, NI. Orwig, Ii. Snnclborg, NI. Wflghcr, C. Car- Front rnw' ld. to right. I.. Firth' A' Sturm.. I michael, B. wIIIII.ll11S, B. Yvilsun, S. Kennedy, I.. Nash, N. hluncs. If. Gilbcrt. I. limrwny Y, yxhulcyv Br Edmunds. If Nvuolscy, R. Sparling, NI. Flickingcr, Ii. Healey. Hart' In iwiilkimi V. Mnlhijsl ' Ihird row: B. Pngc, XY. Burgess, Putter, G. CLlI1I1II1j.1l1.lI11, sl. Fausct, B. Second ww. K' Mead, D. MMM G- yyhitc. I. slung Iiryngclson, kl. Sulur, IJ. Boynton. T. 'I'inIthnm, I.. Smith, R. Rupcrt, Cz. I. Bugmn' B. Silvcrnun' lzlulwlv Ii. Bcrgzwllll- Q IIAII-VIII' R' Durhcld' R.1I1un.iu, VV. XVilsun, NI. Starr, P. Morrison. Mvurth row: Mr. I..ll1Il, C. Van Nnrnmn, Sluid, Ci. XY'hitc, IJ. Allen, Twp ww. V' Ifnrwn' B' wxmlwr- Mr' Idlmlq Im- Nm. S. Nuwbcrg, Ii. I'I1..II11llX1LIS, I.. Swirtuut, S. Tmuy. Sutor, I. XY'iIkcr- mmm' ph Obcrllmdcrv N. Qimpwnv B. Ixutrwn' D mn, Mr. I..1ndun, Buxwwl iifth row: KI. Huck, IS. Danibcrg, ID. Sippcl, Andcrsun, IS. Samlbnrg. H. Hallbcrg. I.. Iiurruw. D. Simmcn, Ii, Silverman, O. Ihkur. ixth row: NYY. Gibbs, B. Wlacksun, If. jones, R. Sandburg, Ci. Ile Wlcsc. IS. Ixitch, C. Swanson. l Mis Palm-trees swaying and soft sea-island music transformed Steele Gym into .1 tropical paradise for the annual Home- coming dance. "Aloha Alumni", held on October 17. A colorful false ceiling, and other clever decorations made the dance one that will be remembered by the large number of G.H.S. students and former graduates who attended. Highlight of the evening was the crowning of the king and queen, with the presentation of their attendants, elected by the student body. The Coronation was held on a small artificial island in the cen- ter of the floor. Here. the monarchs, Dick Asquith and Frances Alice Firth. with their attendants, Peggy liigg and Barbara Dickinson, reigned during the in- termission program. Afterwards. they lcd the Grand March. Music provided by Finis Turner's or- chestra was well appreciated by the dancers who crowded the floor after the Homecoming game, which had been held prior to the dance. FU AN Spotlight on Fun Nights . . . Dancing through the shadowy glow of soft, rosy lights . . . racing through a fast game of basketball under the Steele Gym flood- lights! If "Variety is the spice of life", there was enough variety at 1946 Fun Nights to make living very spicy and tasty in- deed. If feet became tired after playing volleyball or a swift game of ping-pong, students needed only to turn to a quiet corner of the game room with its fasci- nating Ouija board, chess, and checkers. Gliding through the sparkling waters of the pool was entertainment offered to G. I-LS. mermaids and mermen, too. Streaky's Place, the student lounge, is a favorite gathering place for before- school or noon get-togethers. The Galesburg Youth Center, more commonly known as the Post, is gener- ally overflowing with exuberent teen ag- ers, particularly after some school ac- tivity. HULIC EFLECTAVUE With the theme centering about a toy shop in the wild and woolv West, the 1946 Reflectavue, "Once Upon a Time," was presented twice before appreciative audiences on November 8 and 9. Outstand- ing throughout the production were the beautiful costuming and ef- fective lighting. The set, which was designed by jack Brooking. a former G.H.S. student, formed a charming background. Directed by Miss Irene Freeman and her assistants, joan Pacey and Peg Stouffer, this yearis extravaganza was a decided success, but only after much time was spent by those participating. The work of Miss Harryette Salyers as dance director was exceptional. She arranged the many difficult patterns highlighting the production. Gay dances, foolish songs, and sultry atmosphere all combined to make this, the 1946 Reflectavue, one of the best of all time. STAl 9 FOOT UGHT OVER TWENTY ON E Polly Wharton Max Wharton an Lupton Roy Lupton Vlrs Foley Colonel Foley R D Gow ocl L Nrxon Mrs Gatcs Mrss Mrnlcy Elderly Gent Frances Frrth rm Hrghlander Barbara Drckrnson Clrfford Lorrne Wlarrlyn johnson jrm Leahy Charles Klrne Drck Stracler Sallv Schorr Suzanne Bulmcr Brll Rovsc TOMORROW THE WORLD Mrchael Frame essc Frame Emrl Bruckner Patrrcn Frame Leona Rrchards Frrcda Fred Mrllcr Butler Tommy Ralph Smrth Peg Stouffer jack Zeldes eannrnc Whrtcomb Gretchen Shrrck Mary Anna Krllrngsvnorth Charles Klrn George Black Harold Wrlson Serwrng 15 1 clrmax to mother year of succcssful dramatrc productrons at G H S Over Tvscntx onc was prcsentcd as the 1946 commcncemcnt play on May 2 and 3 Thc story rtself was conccrned vsrth the hcctrc happemngs rn Bungalow 26 D Palmetto Court M amr Florrda over a srx weeks perrod of une ulx and August Max Wharton portrayed by Jrm Hrghander gmc up hrs edrtorshrp of a brg New York nevs spapcr to be come a prrvate rn the Army Frances Frrth as Polly hrs wrfc follows thc course of the vsar wrdovx throughout hrs trarnrng pcrrod Fmallx she comcs to Florrda and uorrres wrth hrm as to hrs possrbrlrtres of bccomrng a second lreutcnant after officer candrdatc school srnce he rs of the older class over twcnty one Because of thrs the publrsher of the new spaper thrnkrng the Army rs a waste of trme rs very rnsrst ent on havrng hrs edrtor return Max graduates and Polly s troubles are over so she thrnks but Gov de crdes to scll the paper and rn order to stop hrm Polly assumes edrtorshrp Much credrt should be shown Mrss Irene Frecman for the drrectron of another excellent performance on the G H S stage Mrss Freeman Another succcss was chalked up rn thc vnv of exccllcnt dramatrc productrons on the evcnrngs of February 20 and 21 Tomorrow the World a plav wx hrch would be drffrcult for most hugh school actors xx as produced wrth almost professronal finr h under thc able drrectron of Mrss lrene Freeman Hrghly dramatrc was thrs problem play based on the re educatron of a Nazr rndoctrrnated German bov by an Amcrrcan college professor who had almost no undcrstandrng of 'rdolcsccnt youth jack Zeldes por trrycd thc stubborn outwardly cruel Nazr lad who vxantcd to be a part of the hrghlv honored Gestapo and to be a merrt to hrs Fuehrer But the doxx nfall of hrs Nazr rdeals came vxhcn he met the srncere lrttle Amerrcan grrl Pat Frame characterrzed by crrs whrreomb When he realrzed after he had trred to krll her that she was thc one who could hclp hrm most hrs Nazr falsehood crumbled under hcr open frankncss As thc jcalous srster of Vlrchrel Frame Pcg Stouf fcr rs rlmost fooled out of sy mpathy for Emrl but rs srved when hrs crafty methods are exposed Thc janrtor Fred Mrllcr portrayed by Charles Klrne reveals the erratrc thrnkrng of uncducated mrnds rnflueneed by a strong power Gretchen Shrrck rn the role of Leona Rrchards a evncss rs the target for many cuttmg remarks de prctrng the unjust hatred of the Nazrs for the eva rsh people . .. f , ,, - A - Y . , , ,,,, , , VV ,7,,,f,,,,, V V V V , A . 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A combination of the band, choir, and orchestra marked the an- nual fall concert given on Novem- ber 16. After the choir's Christmas con- cert the band, choir and orchestra presented their own spring concerts which finished a school year of music. ,Hlllf M!-XQ CU CE Evergreen trees, snow, .md snow- men provided Q1 wintry scence as it background for the Christmas choir concert which was presented to the public December 19. With Miss Lucille Robertson di- recting, the concert consisted of the L1 cappella choir, the Harmoneers. and the girls' choir. The Ll cappella choir opened the concert with u number of selections and was followed by the girls' choir and Harmoneers. Highlighting the Christmas Con- cert the choir sang 'Tum flu' Night Before Clzrislmas. The curtains closed on the con- cert as the combined choirs sang We Wixfy You a Merry Cbrisfnzux. ,fi i 3 Z 1 I 5 X 1 gf K A :vi , ,, . Qt ' a... rf' Ai' 2 FL .Y LIGHTW G.S.L. prcvicws "Hollywood" creations. Carlton with ll hnndfull. 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Q ,xi?:az"f -.x 1.5, S 5, 5 4'iff7i.9 125 X "yn, ,fig ' ' i"' 'f "f ff'f :"f5'?', f 'ui' -. 1 ,LQ - , , - j . I mlm AN lol cms Q -' .1 lu.. 1 I . FUUTS LL XX'ith speed and deception paramount in their style of play, the 1945 edition of the Silver Streaks, coached by Clifford C. Van Dyke and Ted Monsager, will go down in the grid annals of G.H.S. as one of the more successful teams in the school's history. Working with the "TH and single-wing formations, the Streaks forged ahead to seven wins as they lost only two games. Once again Galesburg came through with one of the outstanding backs in the state. 1.ast year it was Jimmy Evans, and this season it was Evansis one-time understudy, 1.loyd Hawkinson. Hawkinson, fullback and field general of the Streaks, was -1 first-team member of the Bmfgelfx All-State team, a member of Pat Harmon's 29-man Clmmpaign Nexus Gazelle squad and a second-team back on the Chicago Daily News eleven. In his three years as head football mentor of G.H.S., Coach Van Dyke has built up a record of 20 wins, 6 defeats and one tie, of which Galesburg is justly proud. Van Dyke came from Wfayerly, 1owa, and introduced a style of football based on the perfection of fundamentals. The Burger season opened as the Streaks came through with a hard-fought win over Spring Valley, 20-0, after feeling their wav cautiously through a score- less Hrst half. The combined passing wizardry of W'oodruff's Chuck Rager and the defen- sive play of Bill Alberti ended the undefeated trail of the Streaks, as the Peoria Wfoodruff W.1rriors opened the fifth season of the 1llini Conference with a sur- prising 21-0 win. Soule Bowl, East Moline-and the Streaks, bouncing back from their Woodruff defeat, romped to an impressive 13-7 win over Coach Ray Holmes' Hilltoppers, as they outrushed their opponents by 170 yards. It was the initial Northwest Conference tilt for the Burgers. Pulling one of the major upsets of the state. the Streaks trounced East Peoria's powerful Red Raiders, 39-0, October 5. The Raider Club. Peoria's strongest outfit and rated mid-state team of the week by the Associated Press. trudged off Lombard Ifield thoroughly beaten by the Burgers. The locals were in rare form and capitalized on several Raider mistakes. The first touchdown of the game was made by jimmy Baker, Streak center. who was the only linesman, except for the ends, to score this season. In their second Northwest Conference game the following week the Streaks kept up their march for the title and won from N1oline's Nlaroons. 14-6. Ci.1l.S. scored on .1 nine-yard run by Bud Carroll and a 17-yard jaunt by Dick Asquith. WU- wwf, ,, N174 . f '4 5 W f L X 41 A 'fa f ,- it L 5 in x, f'-G 5 is 514, , ' ff ,, ,fb nk' 2' I f gl fw' Q' r ' 'Wifi ul nf ' ' U x W ,J N xY Qs - 5x 'L '53 J . P 1 1 A - 4 - , M. . , ., , .. V- . 'B HQ. 432' W All TY I C I'LlI'l il DOI' OI' SOD Losmg the Northwest Conference champlonshxp as well as thenr homecommg encounter, Galesburg was be1ten by a brg fast Kevnanee Bollermaker eleven, whreh squeezed out a 13 7 Wm On the last plav of game, Ham kmson hurled a do or due pass to Carroll, vxho on the snagged the plgskm a clear path down the stepped rn and broke v1ctory The all lmportant ext as the Streaks won a Rocky stadrum It was 1939, and the trlt gave C3l"3V2'Il'l and whnrled to lateral to jerrv VIcCox, who srdelmes Hom ever, Kewanee s Maru O Con up the play as vaell as Galesburg s aspnratmons ra pomt spelled doom to Rock Island s Cr1m 14 12 thnller before some 7 000 fans nn the Galesburgs first vm over the Rocks smce GHS a runner up berth on the NWC Concludlng all conference games the Streaks rode to an easy 32 0 vrctory Lme Coach Monsager over Canton s Lrttle Grants rn Canton GHS Van Dykes aggregatlon scored two GHS Sprmg Yalley P Wfoodrulf touchdowns m the first perlod and one GHS East Nlolxne each m the second, thnrd and fourth quarters GHS The Streaks fimshed the season wnth a 20 6 w1n over Monmouth It was GHS fleet footed Dlck Asquxth who led the way to the final wm as he scored two touchdowns rn the Hrst half GHS GHS GHS GHS Front row left to right Hoopes McClurg Chrrstv Wrlklnson Wnlson Cameron Olson Addis Lundeen Stull Bowman Benson Back row left to rleht Anderson Mgr Hxgh lander Malls Smith Seifert Flelsher Grogan Morrison Dredge Turner Mavis Mnddaugh Carlton Mgr Bogren Mgr East Peona Molme Kevsanee Rock Island Canton Monmouth . , ' V . 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U . . . . . .. 20: 6 In s A ' v - ,V V, 3 v -5 ' ' - S -3 1 - long end of a 7 O COUDI, 1m Frakes scored, and Brll Stevens klcked the Outs ored bv thenr opponents, 65 44, and only breakmg even on vuns and defeats, Coach john Altchnsons Pom gndlron aggregatnon had a somevs hat medxocre season as they vent to three vxctorres, three defeats and a t1e However, the fact that the Ponnes drdn t wm all of thelr games doesn t srgmfv that their year was unprofitable On the contrary they learned to pull together, mth the success of tht whole team nn mmd rather than 1nd1v1dual glory In therr first game of the season, the future Streaks fought through ram and mud only to have the final score a 7 7 deadlock wnth Wood ruff s Baby Warrxors Lady Luck smrled on them the day the Pomes coppcd a thrxller from East Molme ln the last second of play W1th the East Molmers on the 95' GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS P Vfoodruff P Central Vlollne Ktwanee Rock Island 27 Nlonmouth extra pomt to t1e the game Then wlth seconds to go Stevens hurled a do or dle ass, whrch Kelth Cole sna ed fromp the hands of a rnval safetjgto Coach John Altchlson race for 1 touchdown Defeat number one came to the Antchrson tutored squad as Peorna Central racked up a late 6 O vnctory However, the Ponies bounced back wxth a 12 6 lnckmg of Molme Two consecutnve defeats at the hands of Kewanee and Rock Island were followed by a 6 0 vxctory over Monmouth and the end of the Sophomore grnd season Front row left to rnght Frakes Stevens Llttle Quxck S cond row Davis Van Dell Stephens Clark Melun Peck Marvin Peck Alderson Guenther Mcllravy Furry Third row Thomas Mgr Bell Nelson Stebbens Orms Sedgwlck Churchill Cohenour Spencer Cole Gerstenberger Coach Altchlson Top row Schlenbem Dollmger Whitman Luna WCISC Cooley Tompkins Carr Behrens Wllllams LeGrand Mgr Y. . . , 7 . . . v ' 1 v ' ' I . . . , . . , . . . f M V, Y. l , kr ' - ' - ' a-- I ' ' - R' ,. .x . X . If F , - - N. . . 6g . 6 G.H.S. 135 hast Moline 7 ' ' I ' ' S. . . 03 . 6 . . . '. . . 121 . ' 6 ' - - '. .. 0: ' 13 ' f N. . . 64 - I . .. 6: . 0 D - ', ' I . , ' , ' - 2 1 '. , l Once again Galesburg made the long trip to the state finals. Once again they were beaten by the Illinois state champions. This year it was the Champaign Maroons who ended the Galesburg season with a 49-40 defeat in the Hrst round of the state finals in the Uni- versity of Illinois' George Huff Gym. Last year Decatur squeezed out a win over Galesburg, 73-72, and then easily went on to take the state crown. In each case, the victors of the Streaks were given the mythical title as the nation's greatest high school basketball team. Commonly tabbed "the home-floor quintl' because they have been unde- Gerald phillips feared in G.H.S.'s Steele Gym in over two seasons, the Streaks won 20 games and lost seven-all losses being on foreign courts. Galesburg's 55-34 victory over Canton in the sectional Hnals at Macomb marked Coach Gerald Phillips's two hundred seventy-seventh win in 17 years as head bas- ketball mentor at G.H.S. The win enabled him to take the Streaks to "state" for the twelfth time in G.H.S. history, and the sixth with Phillips at the helm. In winning 74 percent of their games, the Burgers rolled in 1291 points com- pared to 1015 scored by their opponents. All-State Merle Barstow copped North- west Conference scoring laurels with 112 points. Coach Phillips changed his starting line-up several times during the season, but after the Moline game here, it usually consisted of Lloyd Hawkinson and Jerry Mc- Coy at guard, Bob johns at center, and Merle Barstow and Kenny Lundeen at forward. wi 'Q fi 'K' 1X ix 1. 11 15, us 1 'aff ,f Q . --vw QW ,ww I ,C ,fn lt 1 if a , 1 ,kxf'f"'5' ,in 6 GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS 'wiacomb Bloommgton I'ast Peor a Rock Island Wlonmouth Nlanual Pekm Canttn Kuwamt Nlollnt Canton Fast Holme Rock Island Ptkm Corpus Christ: Nlonmouth Niolme Canton East 'violme Peona Wfoodruff Pnncevnlle Abingdon Corpus Chnstn Roseulle Canton Champaxgn Aldls Clary, who was a startmg forward earher m the season, and Pat Wxlklnson, who was mserted frequently as both forward and center, were the only other letter wmners The Streaks opened thexr season wlth Macomb ln Steele Gym and took four consecut1ve wms untrl Mon mouth s Zlppers broke the spell wlth a 39 38 surprlse w1n The Streaks bounced back the next night w1th a 49 28 wm over Peorxa Manual before breakmg unto Chnstmas vacatlon competxtnon The first day of the new year and Galesburg won thelr own hohday tournament wxth vuns over Pekm and Canton In the former t1lt veteran center Bob ohns broke the mdlvxdual scormg mark for a G H S player ln Steele Gym as he scored 32 of the Streaks 64 pomts H1 hhght games of the remainder of the season were a 39 32 dec1s1on from Corpus Chrlstl and .1 53 39 trouncmg of the Molme Maroons, Northwest Con ference ch lmplons left to right Xlanagtrs Dltk Ptttrson Don Hnlhtr, Robtr Stull ltrrx Carl ton . . . 35: - 30 3. . . 571 A Sl T. . . 592 1 5 25 . .. 413 4 28 '. .. 38: . 39 A f 'I .. 493 . 28 - . .. 645 ' 43 4 I . .. 474 1 37 . .. 413 ' ' " 35 I I '. .. ssg . 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I X Q S, i'PPil I Press time has come just .1 little too soon to tell much about Coach Charles Bednar,s baseball club, the sixth edition since the revival of the popular spring sport at G.H.S. Last year the Streak diamond team won ll and lost six games. The Streaks' baseball card contained 18 games, including six Illini Conference billings, five of which were double headers and a single ap- pearance with Peoria Manual. An added attraction in this yearis sched- ule was a pair of tilts with Corpus Christi, a step to further athletic relations with the local parochial school. The G.H.S. nine was sparked by the return of seven letter winners: Merle Barstow, Bob Seifert, l.loyd Hawkinson, Bob johns, Ken Lun- deen, jack Smith, and jerry McCoy. Smith, out with scarlet fever, and McCoy, out with an injured ankle, probably won't be back in shape until about state tournament time. The usual line-up included Bob johns on first base, Kenny "Zeke,' Lundeen on the keystone bag, Wfendell Davis at the "hot cornerug Fred McCarthy or Bill Stevens behind the plate. and Merle Barstow, Paul Pierson, Howard Hallberg, Alfred Iioster or Bob Seifert in the outer garden. In his second year as head baseball mentor, Coach Bednar had a pitching staff composed of three seniors, two juniors and three sopho- mores. The Burgers' list of twirlers included Merle, Dave and Bob Barstow, Bob johns, Bob Seifert, Ken Lundeen, Dick Swanson, and Louis Cohenour. The squad, consisting of three complete teams, nine boys from each class, will lose only nine men by graduation this year. That means that next year Galesburg can look forward to a better-than-average outfit, which ought to be one of the ITIOSI formidable clubs in this section of the state. Upper left and down: jerry McCoy tlefll gets .1 hit as Bob johns lrightj reaches for .1 high peg: Ken Lundeen puts out Merle Barstow at second: Bob Seifert prepares to hurl, and Lloyd Hawkinson fields .1 hot grounder, Below, front row, left to right: Hawkinson, D. Barstow, Edmonds, Hallberg. McCoy, Hicks, Christy, Stevens, B. Barstow, Seifert, Cohenour. and M. Barstow. Second row, left to right: Coach Bed- nar, Peterson, Mgr.: Ragan, Savidge, Frymire, Tompkins, Asplund, Nelson, Pierson. jones, McCarthy, Lundeen. johns, Anderson, Mgr. Third row, left to right: Gibbs Yan Dell. Swanson. Foster, Davis, Kremer, Anderson, lverist, Carlton, Sippel, Duffield Behrens, Hendricks, Serdahl, Vedell and Leahy. 92 fl UB H Although they failed to win a major meet this year, Coach Cliff Van Dyke's Silver Streak aggregation was a well-balanced crew which scored consistently and sent four men to the fifty-second annual run- ning of the I.H.S.A. finals in Champaign's Memorial Stadium. Sparked by the return of seven lettermen, the G.H.S. thinly clads garnered a win over Avon, won a triangular affair with Abingdon and Knoxville, were 13th in the Geneseo Day Relays, placed sixth in the Kewanee Relays, were runners-up in the Illini Conference meet. placed fourth in the district affair and gained another fourth in the Geneseo Night Relays. Although they had no standout candidate who placed in state com- petition as did last year's Bob XVilliams in the discus throw. the I9-+6 cinder team sent Dick Asquith, Bob Rooney, -lim Hoopes and -loe Hen- derson to the state meet. All of them failed to qualify for the cham- pionships. Leading point-snagger for the Streaks was lightning Dick Asquith, crack senior trackster. Asquith won the individual trophy in the Illini Conference meet and entered three events in the state meet. Other mainstays included joe Henderson, sophomore sprint sensation who snapped two Illini Conference records, Jim Hoopes and "Corky" Swanson in the dashes and relays, Bob Rooney in the 220, half and mile run, Ed Middaugh and -lim Bowman in the hurdles, Pat XVilkinson in the high jump and discus, Cliff Van Dyke and John Heck in the half mile run and Aldis Clary in the 440 and discus. Upper right and down: Ifd Nliddaugh qleftj and .lim Bowman trightl take the low hurdlesg Pat Xvilkinson clears the bar in the high jump: Dick Asquith cleftl heats .lim Hoopes frighxl to the tape in the 1011 yard dash. and ,lim l'rakes pole yaults. Below, front row, left to right: Addis, Swanson, Asquith, NYilkinson, Bowman. Xlidf tlaugh, Yan Dyke, floopes, Carroll, Boynton. Second row, left to right: D. Nelson, Thorpe. Irlenderson, frakes, I,ittle, Highlander, Baker, XY'hitman, Churchill, Bt-nwii, Qi, Nelwn, 'I'liom,is, Nlgr. Third row, left to right: Davis, Smith, Stebbins, 'l'urner. l'lt-isher, Dredge, Ilumes, Sinipson, Tucker. Ifrench, Nlorrison, lhigreii, Xlyr, I Q . 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This year's program has afforded them every opportunity. as 213 members took advantage of organized badminton. ping- pong, volleyball, swimming, basketball and bowling. The G.A.A.. Linder the leadership of Misses Harry- ette Salyers and -lane Caviezel, with Doris Peterson. stu- dent president. recognized the need for a broad program which would stimulate healthful. vigorous and enjoy- able living for girls of G.H.S. They inaugurated a Play Day with out-of-town schools and took part in several telegraphic contests. G.l'l.S.'s feminine athletes played host to G.A.A. groups from surrounding towns on Play Day. an event lasting from early morning until the latter part of the afternoon. one Saturday. One of the highlights of the G.A.A. calendar was the annual induction ceremony held in November, when many clever stunts took place at the expense of new members. Otliters, upper left: Sitting: llotis Peterson, Stantlinei Pauline Santllwre Iois Swartout, Ruth Xitf tillock, Xiariorie Carlson, laculty .Ndyisorsz Sit- ting: Harryette Salyers. Standing: ,lane Ltyielel, Below, front row, left to right: Iasser, Pahlow, Swartout, Cunningham, Oaks, ilionkin, nlacohson, Brand, Peterson. Xliddle row: Xl, xl. Carlson, Cooley. Nasli, .-Xldus. Kline. Tharp, Xliilria, Xlills, N144 ullock. 'liop riw: liuentliez, lixtrlx, ling Carl- still, llaxis. C liapin, Starr, Saiidbetg, Xlllltstntt, Xlead. 96 K . 0 E 1 i. E? TPARH Originating many new motions and yells, Coach Roy Damberg's two 1946 squads, the varsity and the sopho- more, were two of the finest, if not the finest, yell groups in G.H.S. annals. The varsity squad, consisting of Jeanne Black, Fran Firth, Bob Damberg, Cliff Loring and Bob Seibert, ac- companied the Silver Streaks to the state basketball finals, and were regarded as one of the best at the state tourney. The three boys and two girls backed the Streaks one hundred per cent as they cheered at every football and basketball game at home and away. Working with a newly-organized Pep Club and Mrs. Charles Bednar, the ten G.H.S. pep peddlers developed "The Oompah Song", which was played at basketball games this year. Through the Pep Club, the yell-leaders introduced such new cheers as "The Rhythm Yell", "With an Sn, and "We're From Galesburgn. The sophomore cheerleaders, Beverly Anson, Norma Erne, Peggy Figg, Kate Heavilin and Merle Baldwin, were not to be outclassed by the upperclassmen. The Ponies put plenty of pep and enthusiasm into their yell routines at the games in addition to helping plan pep rallies and assemblies. Although they were not able to attend all of the out-of-town games, the sophs cheered at every home football and basketball game and made two out-of-town trips. Top picture, Back row: Cliff Loring, Bob Damberg. Bob Seibert. Front row: jeanne Black, Fran Firth. 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