Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

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Q.-v 33? d .Q , ww, sa xwix Qwafwlf Actzvztzes Acaderfzzcs Atlvletzcs xtLS'fQ I Q Qu fl 0 GRADES EEE EEE z bb 5 1 ff' E 5, E Mr l' W Nlur tn Nlr R l'g,.1n Mr A Cxummtrs m Xlrs R Webster 'Vlr R lucas Mrs R A Cllandltr Nlr W R Alltnsworth Stun publnc spxrnttd men and women compost the Galesburg Board of Educutnon Eltcttd by the townspeople from thcnr respectxvc wards they strve fanthtully for .1 term of three years Thxs smlll group ns dlvldtd lnto the hnancc bunldmg supply .md teachers committees for bttttr management of the schools nmprovemcnt of the schools md tht welfare of tht students art thoroughly dnscusstd Interested m the youth of to day th1s bodv of c1t1Lens works quietly gnmg much of thur tnme and patlence R V Llndsty Superzntendent LIN DSEY Supcrxnttndent R V Lindsey IS respected and admlrcd by both the students and faculty of Galesburg Hlgh School He came to head our tducatnon system nn the fall of 1938 Mr Lmdscy has not only held lmportant offnces m state and natlonal orgamzatnons but through hls hlgh xdeals and careful planmng has done much for the future of Galesburg schools Galesburg can be proud of 1ts educatlonal system Through Mr Lmdseys efforts a hlgh standard wlll be mamtamed - 1. . l l x A . . . N' Q .,. . 1 A I A . . . ' , H 1 x x f . A .V 1 1 . . 1 . . V. X . 1 - A is . , y V, V During their meetings, which are held once Q1 month, plans for the . , 1 . ' ' . '.. lY.l C' - V R I l l I R. . V E . I . . X Y , 5 . , . 3 Prmczpal W T WOOLEY Strung for tht p.1st two scars 1s prmupal of Glltsburg Senxor Hugh Sthool Mr Wesley T Wooley has vson the .ldmnrntnon and frnendshxp of the students and faeulty Commg from Montnttllo Illr H015 Mr Woolew has led us xuth has txeeutrvt .xbrlntx and LH'-lLlLI1I admrmstratnon Known through out school for h1s frnendhness ehterfulness and wonderful sense of humor he has contrrbuted mueh to our sehool system Ht has lent a htlpmg and whtrtver needed and has supported our many actnvmes Hrs assrst mee and tnthusmsm nn our varnous projects has helped make our past school year I1 success Mr Wooley wrll be remembered by the graduatmg semors for hrs pleasant personalrtv and gracnous manner We salute you Mr Wlooley and hope your future years at G H S will bring you happmess V esley T Vboolew GF F ICE FCRCE C? ?"S 91 'lv Ilsrt Howard Nlrs l Donaldson lol: Beth Rod fftr Vins Sylvm Rvm Mr Wnlllam Goodvn ln CDUR DEAN S Mlss Sylvxa Rym completmg her Hrst year ln the lnner offlce as dean has truly been an angel to all glrls at G H S When there IS some trouble facmg her or she IS undeclded about a certam thlng a gurl can come out of thls dean s OHICC feelmg better about the whole sltuatlon As the leader of Gxrls Servnce League she has alded all of the girls ln thelr work for thus oranlzatnon by generously gxvlng of her tnme and effort to make another suc cessful year Mly Mlss Ryms excellent counsel con tmue to serve the glrls of future classes for many years to come Always ready to lend a helpmg hand to any G H S fellow IS Mr Wlllnam Goodwm who as Dean of Boys has solved many prob ltms In addmon Mr Goodwin aets as sponsor of the Student Councll and ands ID the m1n.1y,tment of Boys Forum It has been tvxdent on manv ocmsnons that he finds tnmt to help particular organ ILJIIOFIS nn thur work Dean Goodwm takes sptcxal mterest ln the vocatnonal plans of the boys and ns always wnllmg to dnscuss such plans wxth them Here ns a good example of an CHICICIII co operatnve man who xs hked by all w w , , ee n - x. . . l 9 . , . . ., . 3 . V 7 .. ,1 1 . ., K V - V ' ... . ' , V I - X .. . K . , . x . . . ,. 1 s,,, . 'lx 1.1 " 1 's ' - . x. x . s Y - , I TEACHERS ARE FREQUE TLY PEGPLE 'S- -'gl Despite the popular belief that teachers are completely without human emotions, it has been found, after careful study, that teachers are frequently people. Outside the class room teachers have actually been seen laughing, gossiping, and enjoying themselves as others do. The faculty of G.H.S. stays as young as the students and often seems to have a lot more fun than the younger gen- eration. I3 Agrzculture A r Commerczal ALICE BRAZDA Commercial Lk ROY DON ALDSON Commercial ROBERT HUNGERFORD Commercial FACULTY RAY DUNN Agriculture BLANCHE CUMMINGS Art ,Ain-f BETTY SCOTT MARTIN SWANSON Commercial Commercial Dramatics . . . English . . ournalzkm . BETTY KIRK HAZEL ANDERSON VIRGINIA HINCI-ILIFF Drgmgmcg Engllsh Englxsh ELLEN IRVINE DOROTHY OCONNOR HELEN OLSON Enghsh Engllsh Engllsh ROYAL I-IARSHBARGER DENA SAAIIEINA WAYNE MCCORMICK Enghsh Commcrcml Enghsh ournalnsm -Rh . C . . I I J . Home Economzcs Industrzal Arts ANNABELLE BURGLAND Home Econom1cs ALTA YOUNGBLOOD RACHEL ANDERSON Llbrarnn THOWAS BRCOKING General Shop ROY DAMBERG MILTON HERBST ROY LANDON Prmtmg Mechamcal Drawmg XVoodworkmg 9 I I U I I I I x . A ' Home Economics K . t y Languages . . .Matfrematics . . . Music . FLORA LAMB Languages GENEVIEVE O'I-IAVEN Languages Q , EDWIN LAINTZ Music MARY KAY MCVIILLAIN Muna VERA BIDDLE IRED IONFS VELN1A XWHITE Mathematics NIIIIILIUIIILS x1.lIl1Cl'UJIlLS Plvyszcal Educatzon Health I WANDA STASIELUK Phy slcal Eduu ltlon CLARICE KACHEL Physlcll Education ART FISH Physlcal Educatlon IDA HINZ Phs su. ll Educ ltlon HAZEL MONTROSE Nursn GERALD PHILLIPS Phys1C:1l Educatlon TI-IE FACULTY CHARLES BEDNAR Physlcal Educauon CLIFFORD VAN DYKE Physlcal Educatlon I V my 6 X. 'iz' ' I T A A is I I A "EE A 5 . N, , I I -Q ' Evf' Physical Science . . Social Science . IOHIN AITCHISOIN Sucnu HOW ARU XWHITCOMB IOHX GRII I ITI-I Soc1.1I Studio RILEY BOWEN LLOYD SIMPSON Science. Science ,pf VELMA DEINNY IRMA GALE NIYRTIF KAIXU TED MONSAGFR Socul Studics SOLIII Studies Q. 'Z v l Y 1 r Y . ,i X ' Y Scicncc Social Studies Social Studies 1 , x , R r , . : I , Y V V , . . . . . ? M W... Q 0, :F '5 x--3 C. .J QM. as 'Q' Senior clue officers .ind .idviwrz Back row: Slr.Gritfill1, Bob Turner, l'rnnt row: Dick Climerun, Ken Lumleen, Bud Carroll. ir"'f""f'?'-ND . OUR Under the class leadership of Kenny Lundeen, president: Dick Cameron, vice-presidemg Bud Carroll, seeremryg .lllkl Bob Turner, treasurer, with Mr. -lolin Griffith as advisor, the 1947 graduating class has set Ll high st.1nd.1rd for future students of G.H.S. lix- celling in sclwlarship, journalism, .lc- tivities. and nrhleries, the senior class leaves behind them .1 high goal towards which the class of '48 must aim. SENIOR CLASS Three years crowded with studies, activities, and fun at Galesburg High has come to a close for the class of 1947. Since their debut at G.H.S. these students have proved invaluable through these past thre: years. Serving on the Budget and Reflector staffs. G.S.L. and B.If., Student Council, and the many other organizations, the graduates have worked to make all they attempt a success. Their athletes have brought honors to our school. The basketball team has journeyed to the state tournament for the past three years. Football, baseball, and track stars have also brought glory to the school. The band, orchestra, and choir have been supported by the graduating seniors. The underclassmen will miss the seniors: their gaiety and their cheerfulness will always be remembered: and although their places will be filled, they will never be forgotten. The seniors will be missed, but they will also miss dear old Galesburg High. They can still remember their first days as sophomores, new students in new surround- ings. Adapting themselves to this new life, they journeyed into their junior year. This brought more responsibilities and duties. The last and probablv the most important year was soon upon them. Now they were the leaders of the student body. They decorated floats for the Homecoming narade, cheered the basketball team on to a third year at state, and attended dances, assemblies, plays, and concerts. Wlmeia spring came, they were busy with banquets, picnics, and the spring formal. Commencement came before they knew it. Donning their caps and gowns, they bade G.H.S. a Hnal adieu. They were looking for- ward to the life ahead of them but also looking back to high school experiences they will never forget. i tp Club and athletic leaders: Student Council leaders: Ci.S.l.. and lS,l5. leaders: anding: Charles Kline, Cilitl l.or- Standing: Anita Storey, llomer lleislier. Standing: Dean Hunter, lim Cirogan, Silty Clary. Sitting: Don Hart, Sitting: Rex liagan, Delores Myers. Hoopes, jerry Boynton. Sitting: Uorotiy l rntst XVedell, Ruth Xlcllulloch, Hob Boynton, Pat Showers, l'at Xyilkimoim, Nlartn lucas, Barbara Dickinson. SE ICR ADAMS, RICHARD . . . Happy go lucky . . . "Little Red" . . excels in ping-pong . . . springboard cut-up. ADDIS, NWILLIAM . . . Head in clouds as a marine flier . . . track, football man . . . happy "l5ill." ALBERT, LOIS . . . Will shine at a toneert piano . striking dark hair . . . Reflector art editor. ALLEN, DOROTHY . . . Dainty and neat . . . Knox bound . . adds class to the a cappella choir . . . band. ALLEN, DOROTHY MARIE . . . "Percy" . . soon to be setn as a nurse , . . pleasant personality. ALLEN, LEXVIS . . . Industrial arts major . , intramural player . . . likes to work in metals. AMEN, LARRY . . . Happy grin . . . hunter and outdoor man . . . specializes in mechanical drawing, woodworking. ANDERSON, DEAN . . . "NIousie', is easy going . . . keeper of the baseball, football teams . . . expert golfer. ARIE, BLANCHE . . . Cadet captain . . . plans for nurses' training . . . musically inclined . . . raven tresses. 24 BAARS, PHYLLIS . . . Versatile pianist . . . "Phil" sings in the choir . . . "Bumble Boogie" . . . likeable lass. BARSTOVV, DAVID , . , Wearer of "G" . . . builds model rail- roads . . . orchestra . . . top moundsman. BAUGHMAN, RICHARD . . . "-Iacko' . runner of the reels . . . tinkcrs around with electricity. BEACOM, WILEY . . . Southern drawl . . . future in engineering . . . blonde wavy hair . . . Budget worker. BELLAMY, CHARLENE . . . Quiet personality . . . headed for Brown's . . . "Stardust" . . . majoring in business. BENGTSON, CARLEE . . . Calling Dr. Bengtson . . . N.H.S, . . , Budget photo and art editor . . . Quill and Scroll scribe. BENSON, ARTHUR . . . Better known as "Bud" . . . football and track squad . . . erewcut . . . study hall cut-up. BERGXVALL, EDXVARD . . . "Slush pump" operator . . . long and lanky . . . Intramurals . . . "Bergie." BERRY, WILMA . . . Likes to jitterbug and skate . . on the short side . . . collects snapshots. CLASS IILSSARA, MARY LOUISE . . . Intends to be a songstress quiet . . . long dark hair . . . guitarist . . . nice smile. BIIQLENIA, PATRICIA . . . Silas's secretary . . . sweet, quiet, and ambitious . . . commercial major . . , Sr. scout. BIRD, BERNICIQ . . . Horseback rider . . . down at the rink . . . likes to dance . . . "Birdie" . . . flag twirler. BODEEN, RUTH . . . Vfhite collar girl . . . Budget director of files . . . hall cadet . . . Coldbrook resident. ISOGARD, CLARLNCIAQ . . . "Bud" to you . . . likes football . . . Intramural basketball . . . cute grin . . . avid fan. BOGRI-IN. .IUHN . . . Rider of the motor scoot . . . Silver Streaks' manager . , . another "Bud" . . . majoring in drafting, BOUCHAUTIQ, DIiLORIiS . . . Smiling blue eyes . . . skating and tennis champ . . . majors in commercial. BOXVDEN, GLORIA . . . Glory likes "Salty" ice cream cones . . . long hair, short gal . . . pretty Pep Club rep. BOYFR, RICHARD . . . Intramural basketball . . . "Give me a new car" . . . just "Dick" . . . sports fan. ISOYNTON, DONALD . . . Science major . . . "Yes, we're cousins" . . . heap big medicine man . . . full of fun. BOYNTON, DOROTHY . . . Attractive G.S.L. treasurer . band cornetist . . . Music Honor League . . . "Dort." BOYNTON, JERRY . . . The Navy beckons . . . Student Council, "G" Club, and Visual Aids . . . track sprinter . . . everybody's pal. BRAND, DAVID . . . Likes to tinker with cars . . . hall cadet . . . wants to live the life of a farmer. BRYANT, I5IiVFRLIiIf . . . Tops at entertaining . . . headed for University of Arizona . . . Rellectavue cutie . , . swimming star. BYIQRLY, BICTTY . . . G,A.A, sec . . . sweet and pretty . . . Budget circulation manager . . . future angel of mercy. CANIIQRON, CHARLES . . "Chauncey" . . class and club Vice- prexv . . towers over seniors . . varsity football, "Green Raiders." CARLSON, MARY don nurse's uniform CARLSON, PAUL motors . . . plans to jO . . . "Swede" . . . G.A.A. . . . plans to . . . choir . . , favors sports and music. . . Sweden's favorite son . . . likes cars and study medicine . . . prefers Gershwin. 25 SE ICR wil X 113 CARRIZL, DOROTHY . . . Hails from East St. Louis . . . to be a COOLIZY. SHIRLEY . . G.A.A. backer . . . smooth dancer . . . commercial artist . . . "Always", her favorite. likes sports, Navy . . . where there's Lasser, there's Cooley. CARROLL, ROBERT , . . Keeps notes on senior class . . all COUPLAND, DEAN . . . "Butch" hails from Avon . . . likes round sportsman . . . N.H.S .... "Bud." sports, doesn't like work . . . history major. CHAPIN, RAMONA . . . "Mo" . . . G.A.A, board , . , tiny flag COZAD, MARY . . . Neatness counts . . . excels in shorthand . . . swinger . . . is happy when roller skating or swimming. typing . . . Sentimental songs . . . hand knitted sweaters. CHRISTY, WAYNE . . . Football . . . "Connie" 's favorite, Spike CRAVVLEY, LOUISE . . . Majoring in business courses . . . collects jones . . . Boys' Forum . . . pet peeve-XWOMEN. pictures . . . interested in music and sports. CLARK, BETTY LOU . . . Efficient cadet . . . prospect for CROUSE, LORRAINE . . . Plans to enter the business world . . . Brown's Business College . . . likes to swim and skate. takes to the rinks . . . merry laugh. CLARK, BEVERLY . . . Usherette . . . cadet . . . "Red" plans to CUNNINGHAM, VIRGINIA . . . A horse, a horse, my kingdom be beautieian . . . movie fan . . . pretty auburn hair, for a horse . . . riding instructor . . . sunny farmerette. CLARY, ALDIS . . . "Salty" . . , heads lettermen . , , B,F, activity DAII., SHIRLEY . . . Heads Big Sisters and ushers . . . Reflector chairman . . . athlete superior , . . guctiunggr, bus. mer .... expert horsewoman . . . sweet smile. CLARY, JOHN . . . At home on the links . . . draws for the DAVIS, QIUANITA . . . "Nita" likes sports, especially skating and Budget . . . likes "Bumble Boogie." bowling . . . Cv.A,A. board member . . . full of pep. COGHILL, JOHN . . . hopes to be a leatherneck . . . just "johnny" DEW'I'I"I', LLOYD . . . Ambish' to be carpenter or mechanic . . . . , likes girls fprefembly blondesj, majoring in industrial arts . . . quiet. 26 CLASS l A "3 A DICKERSON, ,IOHANN . . . G.S.L. scrapbook committee . DURBIN, JOYCE . . . Likes to iue horseback . . . practical joker "jo" likes to knit . . . swoons to "Always," . . . majoring in social science . . . friendly smile. DICKINSON, BARBARA . . . Cute C.S.l.. prexy . . . "Barbie" DUVALI., PHILLIP . . . "Percy" 's a Dot and dash man . . . plays hopes to be art illustrator . . . sparkling personality. intramural basketball . . . cross tountry trekker, DOMDEY, MARQIORIIQ . . , "Margie" . . . the petite brunette with IJYICR, SHIRLEY . . . Nursing profession candidate . . . behind big brown eyes . . . swings her tlag with ease. the scenes with props and costumes . . . shining blonde. DORAN, MARY MARGARI-IT . . . Doll-like with flowing Ioeks I'iIJMUNDS, DOROTHY . . . Budget copy editor . . . N.H.S. . . . "Muggsie" 's a "trig wit" . . . Reflector statf. treasurer . . . sweet and shy . . . Quill and Scroll. DOYLIQ, MARY . . . Neat and nice . . . G.S.L. scrapbook . . IQLLIOTT, EMILY . . . Last seen with "jackie" . . . hard working snaps the pictures for Reflector . . . Knox coed. mistress of the Costume crew. DREDGIQ, VVILLIAM . . . Creator of "Sam Nogesweedlen FAUSIQT, jOI-IN . . . Music minded . . accomplished trumpeter varsity basket ball and football man . . . Budget, . . . Vice president of orchestra. DROKIQ, CWIQNDOLA . . . Smiling gal . . . lucky on Friday lith FIQLT, .IAMES . . , Imagination sprouts in our Budget feature . . . likes dancing . . . home ec major. editor . . . quick wit . . . changing voice. IJUDMAN, CATHRINIC . . . "Katie," busy Budget business man- FIIQLDS, MARY . . . Iiuture pulse taker . . . quiet efficiency , . ager behind the coke bar . . . I'hillip's secretary. sweet manner . . . likes mystery stories. DUNCAN, I,l'iNORA . . . Sixth period librarian . . home ec and liI.IfIIAR'I'Y, W'II.I.IAM . . . Ifull of laughs is "Flea Bit" . . . tall, commercial major .... i woman driver. dark and handsome . . . intramural team. 27 SE I0 l:LIiISHI'iR, HOMIZR . . . Serious minded "Bud" . . . football GRAIJLUND, RICHARD . . . Cute grin . . . soon to be "Sir"-ing letternian . . . Student Council vice-prexy , . N.H.S. in Army . . . perfection on the high-dive . . . "Duke," FLICKINGICR, MARVIN . . . Ifuture Ifarniers of America . . GROGAN, IAMIQS . . . The pride of the Irish . . . Iiagle scout outdoor man with L1 gun or a line . . . intramurals. . . . fabulous Grogan grin . . . football squad. FOSTER, RICHARD . . . Usually buning around town on his GUIQNTHER, DOROTHY . . . G.A.A .... likes a good show . . . motor scooter . . . "Bill and Dick" . . . ILI5. rep. platter fan . . . peppy little gal. FULLIER, IOANNE . . . Tiny "jo" . . . perfect grooming . . CQUIQNTIIIER, RICHARD . . . Intramurals . . . tall and dark . . good dancer . . . takes to water like J duck. carefree "Dick" . . . Orpheunfs usher. GARRIf'I"I', RUTH . . . To follow in Nightingale? steps . GULLSTRAND, LOIS . . . W'orks on publications business staff likes to dance . . . a Ci.H.S. usherette. . . . "Herby" . . . pretty red locks. GILISIQRT, IUNIQ . . . Iflutist . . . future U. of I. coed . . . flori- GUSTAFSON, ROBERT - - - Tall and Slim is "Gus" . . . Navy culturist . . . dependable prop crew worker. "Blues" beckoning . . . rooter of the Pep Club. GOFF, QIOSEPHINE . . . Big dark eyes . . . cute clothes . , . "jo" GU'I'IIiRRIiZ, MARY LOUISE . . . "Shorzy" is lucky on Friday likes semirclassicpll music . . , home ec major. . . . home ec, commercial major . . . rates softball tops. COULD, RICHARD . . . "Dick" . . . motorcyclist . . . wants to HAIGHT, GEORGE . . . Swimming first love , , , intramural man travel all over . . . interested in machinery. . . . eornetist for the band . . . likes math and science. GRAISILL, LIfROY . . . Budget staff . . . Streaks' fan . . . behind HALL, FRANCIQS . . . "Franny" in G.A.A .... sports lovin' gal the eight ball , . . red-haired. . . . Curly hair . . . enjoys swimming and baseball . . . F.D.A. 28 CLASS HALLBERG, HOVVARD . , . Euture scientist . . . baseball letter- HENDRICKS. RAYMOND - . - "SUNNY" . . - CFUSS Country Hek- man . . . dabbles in the chem lab . . . band. ker . . . full of fun . . . football team . . . star basketball man. HANNA, JAMES . . . Maiors in woodworking . . .likes adventure HIZRRIN, GENIZ . , . "Roller skating we shall go" . . , new and sports stories . . . "just doin' nothin'." car is his wish . . . soon to be seen in khaki, HANNEGAN, BETTY . . . Dark eyed colleen . . . yen to cook HICKS, DAVID . . . Sports, baseball in particular . . . Davey s . . . veteran Student Council member . . . freckles. dark and handsome . . . "Till then" . . . smooth and neat. HANSON, WILLARD . . . "Dale" . . . Winsome smile . . . F.E.A. HILLIER, DONALD . . . "G" Club member . . . baseball, basket- "Watch Dog" . . . faithful Harmoneers and choir member. ball manager . . . Quill and Scroll . . . puts the Budget to bed. HART, DONALD . . . Pep Club chairman . . . personality kid HILL, BLANCHE . . , Ready with that smile . . . Moline is her . . . German band . . . "Eins, Zyei, Dri" . . . hot clarinet. favorite town . . . dependable clerk at Illinois Camera Shop. HASKINS, SHIRLEY . . . Accomplished pianist . . . "Bebe" . HJERPE, JOAN . . . Rhythmic taps . . . a cappella songstress "California, here I come" . . . choirs' Girl Friday. . . . Music Honor League . . . G.S.L. Service Committee. HAYNE, JAMES . . . "Old MacDonald" of the future . . . wood- HOCRAFEER, VIRGIL . . . "Virg" is air minded . . . wields a working Craftsman is Jim . . . E.E.A. mean ping pong paddle . . . college ahead. HEALEY. CHARLOTTE . . . High stepping Betty . . . dark- HOLMAN, BETTY . . . "Don't call me Red!" . , . headin' for haired date bait . . . athletic interest . . . swimmer. the business world . . . strawberry blond. HENDERSON, BETTY JANE . . . Music . . . dramatic fields . . IIOOPES, JAMES . . . Pigskin toier . . . xarsity basketball hoops Prop Crew . . . G.S.L. representative . . . pianist. . . . track star . . . student council . . . just "Hot Dog," 29 SE IO HORANY, LARRY . . . "Babe" . . . intramural basketball . . JACOBS, SHIRLEY . . . "Jake" . . want of a jalopy . . . one shop major . . . golf expert . . . laughing eyes. of "Gym's" girls . . . home ec major . . . G.A.A. HORNECKER, ROBERT . . . Headin' for the wild blue yonder JACOBSON, BETTY . . . Doesn't like latecomers . . . dancing . . . model airplane maker . . . "Oh-what you said!" and skating . . . Gamble's clerk . . . E.D.A. HOYT. DONNA . . . G.A.A. whiz . . . lass with a singing career JENKS, SELIRLEY . . . Jinx . . . loads of fun . . . band, orchestra in mind , . . shining blonde hair. sax player . . . long, dark tresses. HUNNICUTT, BARBARA . . . Diminutive and dimpled . . JOHNSON, CHLOETTA . . . "Coco" . . . efficiency in the com- office bound . . . likes to go to ball games . . . play records. mercial field . . . pink roses . . E.D.A. business manager. HUNTER, DEAN . . . "Cec" . . . basketball, ping-pong intra- JOHNSON, MARILYN . . . Sparkling blonde . . . a cappella murals . . . sports a '59 "Chevy" . . . Forum moneybags. soprano . . . outstanding on our stage . . . debater Hirst class. IMEL, HENRY . . . Frankie's competition . . supersalesman at JOHNSON. QUENTIN . . . "Quint" . . . chemist . . . shy smile W'ard's . . . Hank's dark and dashing. . . . volley ball . . . wishes that all wishes would come true. INGRAM, NORA . . . Volley ball whiz . . . sews a fine seam JOHNSON, ROBERT . . . "Bob" . . . "farmer in the dell" . . . . . homemaker . . . dependable and efficient cadet. give him a 4-leaf clover . . . dislikes being dubbed as "Rcd." JACKSON, BETTY . . . Music Honor League notetaker . . . piano JOHNSON, SHIRLEY . . . College calling . . . "Is your name instructor . . . eats, drinks, sleeps music. Shirley, too?" . . . heart's desire-to circle globe. JACOBS, BEVERLY . . . "Bev" . . . winning smile . . . ambish' to JOHNSON, SHIRLEY JUNE . . . Likes tall men . . . "Johnnie" be beautician . . . G.S.L, Cabinet, three years. . . . nice smile, matching personality . . . smooth dancer. 30 CLASS Q ill IORDON, LORIQTTA . . . Cute dimples . . . perky flag swinger LARSON, LIOYCIQ . . . "jo" sweet songstress in a cappella . . . . . G.A.A .... "Have you got your paddle?" will enter nurses' training . . . octet . . . M.H.L. JUDSON, LOUIS . . . Future Farmers of America president . . LASSER, MARILYN . . . "Selma" . . . costume, stage prop crews "Louie" . . . down on the farm . . . all around fellow. . . . G.A.A. speedball manager . . . "Stage Call." KLINIQ CHARLICS . . . At home behind the footlights . . . Pep LIQAHY, .IAMICS . . . "Sing King" of Quartet, Octet, Harmoneers Club executive . . . S.A,A .... hard working student director. and choir . . . smiling Irishman . . . dance floor smoothie. KLING, QIOAN . . . "Stage Call" . . . active on Budget . Llflf, VIRGINIA . . . "Ginny" . . . G.S,L., Reflector worker . . . publications staff . . . mermaid . . . G.A.A. board. future Knoxite with teaching ambition . . . beauty at her nngertips. KOST, NIARY ANNE . . . Attractive cadet . . . perfect groom- LLQXVIS, BEVERLY . . . Band member . . . Ref. business staff . . . ing . . . potential Knox coed . . . "Don't be late!" tall, tan, and terrific . . . plans for nurses' training. LANCY, BETTY LIO . . . Striking brunette . . . sharp wardrobe LINVIS, DOROTHY . . . G.S,I.. cabinet . . . band llutist . , . . . quiet . . . hall cadet . . . G.A.A. assembly. 'flector cu-copy ed . . . Budget features. LANSTRUM, AIIQAN . . . "Tri Hi-Y' president . . . overtime LIiVi'IS, MARION . . . "Midge" . . . Glcc Club . . . "No, l'm not worker on Reflector staff . . . aspiring math pedagog. a sophomore!" . . . she's from Brooklyn flllinoisj. LARSON, BARBARA . . . "Barbie" . . , dependable Student LIBY. XVILLIANI . . . Intramural participant . . . ace mathema- Council vet , . , neat as a pin . . . blond "career" girl. tician . . . blond curly hair . . . Cub fan . . . fishing and nag." LARSON, DOROTHY . . . Sweet and shy , . . commercial major l.I.l'I'SCH, XY'ILLIAN1 . . . B.I5. backer . . . drummer . . . motors . . . "Stardust," her favorite . . . 4-H leader. intrigue him . . . interested in intramurals. 31 SE ICR LINDBICRG, BONNIIC . . . "Candy" . . . peppy . . . Streaks' rooter LUTTRFLI., KATHLYN . . Future Distributor of America . . . . . Cv.S.l. .... works at Center's snackbar . . . blonde and lively, "Kate" . . smooth dancer , . "Flirty Genie" in commercial assembly. LINDBICRC, PAUI .... Apprentice at Gale Products . . . shines MCCALI., DOROTHY . . . 4-H gal . . . slow, shy smile . . . .im- on the high dive . . . intramural basket shooter. bition for teaching . . . pretty brt-wn eyes. LING, HIfI.IiN . . . Quiet nature . . . enters G.A.A. sports . NIeCANTS, TICD . . . Intramural bowler . . curly hair . . . C.S.I.. standby . . . collects records . . . short and sweet. Ted's carefree and easy going. LORING, CLIFFORD . . . Peppy cheerleader . . . loyal Budget McCI.URG, HOVVARD . . . Intramural star . . . likeable Hod . . . advertising manager . . . where there's Cliff, there's fun. football, track squad man . , . science, math major. LUCAS, MARTHA . . . Vice president of C1.S.I. .... toots the N1cCUI.I.OCH, RUTH . . . CLA..-X. president . . . French fries and flute . . . headed for MacMurray . . . "crowning glory" . . . N.H.S. hamburgers . , . all around sportswoman . . . Student Council. I.UNA, ANTONIA . . . "Toney" . . . future librarian . . . loves NICCUTCHFON, RICHARD . . . .Ialopy driver . . . good sport to dance . . . quiet and efficient . . . likes good time. . . . works hard in afternoons . . . friendly smile. LUNDFICN, DONALD . . . Blonde, shy, and short . . . "Bumpy" McI.IiAN, BRUCIZ . . . "Corky" will practice law . . . athletically . . , wants to be world traveler, inclined . . . comes from Xlfheaton . . . pleasing personality. LUNDEFN, KENNETH . . . Versatile. . . "Zeke" of athletic fame MCLEISH, JOHN . . . "Ish" is a varsity golfer . . . goes out . . Senior class prexy . . N.H.S. . . Northwest scoring champ. for intramurals . . . follows the Streaks. I.UTTRIiI.I., JOYCE . . . A "big sister" . . . plans to be school- NICLENNAN, ,IANET , . . Quill and Scroll president . . . N.H.S. mum , A , 410,35 programs for G,S,L, . . . studious "Miss" . . . attractive Reflector co-copy editor. 32 CLASS McNAUGHT, ,IUNE . . . Wiry' gal who's full of pep . . . home ec major . . . whil on wheels. MARTIN, -IACK . . . Motor scooter is his pride and joy . . . loads of fun . . . baseball fan. MATHEXVS, RUSSELI .... Russ has a friendly grin . . . part time worker at Galesburg News Agency , . . operates movie. NIIQAIJ, ROSE ANNE . . . Twirls a "mtan" baton . . . G.A.A. board member . . . Squeaky's lots of fun NIECUNI, NVIIIIANI . . . Hunter and woodsman . aspires to be .1 dmftvnian . . . likes out-of-doors. MIQDINA, TILLIE . . . Bookkeeping major . . . long clark hair . . . office lab her favorite subject. MESSPLAY, PAUL . . . Rabbits jump out of his hat . . . W'eber's courteous clerk . . . portrayed "AndrocIes." METCALF, MARILYN . . . Reflector index editor . . . "Met" is fun to know . . . smooth dancer . . . tall and blond. MIDDAUCH, IQIJXVIN . . . Harmnniles with the harmoneers flash on the cinder track . . . choir and octette. MILES, MARIAN . . . Friendly personality . . . G.S.L. cheek girl . . . always found at the "Lost and Found." MILLER IACK Heads visual aids o erators wish s .,. p ,..'e.to be a veterinarian . . . likes to hunt. MILLER, JACK RUSSELL . . . Transfer from East Auron full of fun . . . photo flash . . . penguin expressman. MILLER. PATRICIA . . . pert and npurtyn . . . "NIilIer's for meals" . . . math shark . . . lively blonde . . . intramural ping-pong. MILLER, SALLY .... 1 Xlto asset in a cappella . . secretarial plans . . . "I'm .1 tellin' ya." MILLS, DARLENIQ . . . Athletically inclined . . . C.A.A. . . 4Iody's lots of fun . . . gay and happy . . . violinist in orchestra. MILLS, SHIRLEY . . . Twirling toe dancer . . . dainty and demurc . . . knittin' mittens is her hobby. MILROY, HELEN . . . "kIeeps" bangs announce her . . . G.A.A. board member , . . "NIiIroy" was here . . . Copper Carnival. MONTROSE, ROSALIE . . . Girls' trio . . , horseback rider . blonde songstcr for a cappella choir. 33 SE IOR MOOS, JACQUELINE . . . Future lady in white . . . last seen with Emily . . . faithful costume crew member. MORGAN, PATRICIA . . . Falling upstairs brings her luck . . pretty dark haired "Miss" . . . hand knit socks. MORRISON, PAUL . . . Outstanding musician . . . sings with the Harmoneers and choir . . . part time grocery boy . . . orchestra. MUNSON, CHARLES . . . Pete is Navy bound . . . Harmoneers . . . unique grin . . . likes football an' golf. MUNSON, KENNETH . . . Sports a butch . . . ping-pong expert . . . pilots fast flying model-A , . . intramurals. MUNSON, NORMA . . . "Quill and Scroll" . . . springboard cutie . . . Budget slave. MYERS, DOLORES . . . Outstanding student council member . . . "How I love country life" . . . dancing brown eyes. NELSON, KATHLEEN . . . Our favorite brunette . . . N.H.S. . . . outstanding debater . . . Quill and Scroll . . . senior copy ed. NELSON, KEITH . . . Boys' Forum cabinet . . . waving blonde hair . . . intramural team captain . . . fun to know. 34 NELSON, RICHARD . . . DlCk,S a butcher boy . . . math major . . . soccer, basketball, intramurals. NEVVBOE, INGER . . . Peppy personality . . . Student Council member . . . property crew cut-up. NEVVBOE, LOU . . . "Lorraine" of dramatic renown . . . striking blonde . . . swoons over Sinatra. NICKAS, CHRIS . . . Math major . . . aspiring electrical engineer . . . full of laughs . . . swimming star. NORRIS, DONNA . . . Skating fills her time . . Dick Haymes, her favorite . . . picture collection. NORTHEY, CAROL . . . Energetic costume crew veteran . . . secretary of "Stage Call" . . . commercial major. NORTON, RICHARD . . . Quick wit and a friendly smile . . . Budget writer . . . a hot dog salesman. NYSTROM, PHYLLIS . . . A cappella soprano . . . home ec. major . . . admirer of Fred W'aring's arrangements. OAKES, KATHRYN . . . G.A.A. board member . . . never a dull moment for "Mary Matildaf, CLASS OBERLANDER, PATRICIA . . . Accomplished at the keyboard . . . "Curlylocks" . . . future Knoxite . . . choir, orchestra's pianist. OLSON. BETTY . . . 4-H member . . . majoring in home ec . red haired Farmerette . . . likes to ride horseback. OLSON, MAX . . . Totcd the varsity pigskin . . intramural basketball . . . aeronautical field interests him. OLSON, RONALD . . . Fast on the cinder track . . . permanent fixture in the dark room . . . winning smile. PAGIC, BARBARA . . . Cadet prexy . . . Music Honor League . . hrst class trumpeter . . . short, sweet, and smiling. PALMIiTIiR, MARGARET . . . "Margie" . . member of the Octet . . . the girl with the laughing eyes. PARKIQR, NAOMI . . . Usher . . . good radio voice . . . Girls' Glee Club . . . Budget scribbler . . . "Memphis Blues." PASCOIQ, PHYLLIS . . . Tiny miss who rates skating tops . . "Oregon, here I come!" . . . commercial major. PATTICRSON, LAXVANDA . . . "Stage Call" member . . . "Carrie two year prop crew mistress . . . talented artist. PEARSON, .IIZANNETTE . . . Flutist in the orchestra ...I A u- gustana beckons . . . "peaches and cream" complexion. PETERSON, RICHARD . . . Quiet "Rick" . . . W'hite Sox cheerer . . . Marine Corps candidate . . , Spike jones records. PITTMAN, ROSS . . . "Oscar" . . . ping-pong star . . . good fellow . . . high flying pole vaulter . . . Rio transfer. POOLE, BIQTTY . . . Strawberry blonde . . . trim an' little . flare for skating . . . works at L. B. Bells POTTER, ALICE-1 . . . Pert poster painter . , . GSL. . . courtesy and publicity worker . . . "Ask Alice, she'll help." POTTER, KIACK . . Boys' Forum cabinet member . . "Jock" . . . blond curly hair . . . "I scream for ice cream." POTTIIR, JOHN . . . Sings bass for the choir . . . German band cornetist . . . career in music. POULSON, IRIfNIi . . . Outdoor gal . . . wants to see the world . . , pretty brown eyes . . . "Don't call me shorty!" RAGAN, RIZX . . . Student Council President . . . Harmonetrs . . . smooth dancer . . . personality rating plus. 35 SE ICR RANIEREZ, TFRESA . . . Colleetor of hill-billy records . ROSS, COLLEEN . . . Petite "but not short, please" . "Buy Ending pennies brings luck . . . G.S.L. induction. a program!" . . . pet shop proprietor to be. RIiIIiIfR, LOUISIZ . . . G.S.L. iepresentative . . . "slick chick" ROXVIC, XVILLIAM . . . Crack debater . . . futuristic ideas . . . . . . intends to go to college . . . good dancer. footlight fellow . . . loud ties . . . seienee . . . sehemer. RIiVliLZ, NIIQUEL . . . Gym is his favorite subieet . . . goes ull! RUTI.IfDGIf, ROBICRT . . . Ch.1mpion mat man . . . IS. F. cabinet for intramurals . . . likes physics, too. . . . Bower's soda jerker . . . I5ob's a pharmacist of tomorrow. RIQYNOLD, RUTH . . . Hails from Oneida , . . majoring in SANDBICRG, PAULINIQ . . . G.S.I.. cabinet . . . infectious giggle business . . . blonde hair . . . quiet nature. plans for nursing profession . . . G.A.A. RHODES, SHFILA . . . Alias "Maggie Cutler" . . . beautiful SAVIDGIQ, JACK . . . Right fielder on the baseball team . . . green eyes . . . Chicago transfer . . . to study law. future electrical engineer . , . out for intramurals. RHYKERD, CHARLES . . . Favorite subject is physics . SAVIDGIQ, SHIRLIQY . . . Council member of long standing . . . likes to go hunting . . . works at A. BL P. excels in art . . . stylish little "Miss" . . . Ci.S.I.. RICH, RALPH . . . Ping-pong paddler . . math and science SAXFR. SHIRLICY . . . Heads G.S.L. Courtesy Committee . . . interest . , . Varsity "tee'er offer." student librarian . . . perfume bottle collection. ROBINSON, DEAN . . . D.A.R. History Award . . junior SCHAFER, ROBIQRT . . . Boys' Forum Representative . call Iiinstein . . . B. F .... hits road for cross country. him "Skinny" . . . takes part in the intramurals. RODGERS, LAXVANDA . . . Pretty brunette . . . equestrienne. , . SCHALF, BARBARA . . . Short and dark . . . a commercial major ushers at Grove . . . elficient lst period librarian. . . . "rain, rain, go away" . . . radio fan. 36 CLASS SHAXV, ELIQANOR . . . "Stormy" . . . likes horseback riding SILBIZRIQR, NANCY . . . Dark eyed miss . . future college co-ed . . . mid-term graduate . . . sparkling eyes. sits and knits . . . jokes and giggles. SIQIBIQRT, ROBERT . . . Pep peddler . . photog interest , . . SIMPSON, NORMA . . . "Norm" is an orchestra gal . . . there everybody's pal . . . Budget slave . . . future businessman. are important plans in her future . . record lover. SERDAHL, XY'II.LIANI . . . Basketball "Bill" . . . G Club fella SNIIZAD, BARBARA . , . Barbie's a chorister . . . Eureka College . . . all round Sportsman . . . horn hobbyist . . . to be coach. is her pick . . . tall, slim, and dark . . . sports spectator. SHERRILL, GERTRUDE . , . Third year a cappella alto . . SMITH, CHARLIQS . . . "Pal', . . wrestling champ of the future loves to jitterbug . . . short and snappy. . . . outdoor fella . . . rah, rah man. SHIQRXVOOD, DOROTHY . . . Budget belle . . . at home in the SMITH, LOUIS . . . Intramural decathlon champ . . excels at art room . . . "Dotty" . . . peppy blonde with dancing eyes. jitterbugging . . . mellow trumpet . . . mischievous eyes. SHIRCK, GRETCHIQN . . . Gracious, poised and charming . . SPENCI-QR. DORIS LEE . . . Tall G.A.A. gal . . . sharp sense of gifted gal with lovely voice . . . N.H.S. prexy. humor . . . Girls' Glee Club . . . future nurse. SHORT, ROBERT . . . Aerobatic whiz . . . engaging grin . . STARR, NlARjORIIi . . . G.A.A. board . . . blond saxophonist I.atin American records . . . luck comes naturally to Bob. of band and orchestra . . . Brown's Business College. SHOXVIQRS, PATRICIA . . . Ifnthusiastic G.S.I.. sec . . . laughing STAIRVi'AI.T, DAN . . . Tall and dark sportsman . . . Gale brown eyes . . . Budget exchange ed .... perky and cute. Products' apprentice . . . Forester in the making. SHRIBPR, DONNA . . . Girls' Athletic Association . . Cadet STIfCiAI.I., SHIRI.lfY . . . "Pigtails" . . . likes horseback riding cutie , . . hopes to be a "pro" roller skater. . . . "Sentimental journey" . . . majors in science. 37 SE ICR S -E? A we Y z z 5 1 A3 , , K fx Q If 5 Gi Q " ' if -Q' 2. wg., -3, 2 K? Q . V. ,tc -. . .- .SM n U , 1 STEVENS, l.EI.A . . . Mid-year graduate . . . dark-haired com- mercial field major . . . came to us from Davenport. STINSON, ISETTY . . . I.uck comes with four-leaf clovers . likes to read . . . G.S.l.. style assembly. STONE, MARY . . . Cuba, Illinois' loss . . . G.ll.S.'s gain . . lover of sports . . . quiet and demure. STOREY, ANITA . . . Talented violinist . . . Music Honor League . . . sweet and nice .... i rtistic blonde . . . S, C. STORM, MICKEY . . . Perry Como fan . . . wearer of the green . . . retail saleswoman her ambition. STOUFEER, PEGGY . . . Vivacious lady editor . . . N.H.S. . Oscar winner . . . a gal in the spotlight. SWANSON, BEVERLY . . . Budgeteer . . . plans for college . "Stardust" addict . . . blonde with a smooth personality. SXVANSON, COURTNEY . . . "Corky" 's got rhythm . . . track letter winner . . . band . . . friendly fellow. SVVARTOUT, LOIS . . . Active in G.A.A .... "Come on, Streaks!" . . . remembered as Miss Preen . . . Reflector staff. 38 J TAYLOR, AIOAN . , . "jo" likes swimming and dancing . . . band fan . . . "Go west, go west, like me!" TAYLOR, NORMA . . . Roller skating whiz . . swimming and dancing . . . "To Each His Own" fan. TliMPI.E, ARLENE . . . "Pinky" 's a Glee Club gal . , . pep club . . . dancing . . . lover of the green. THARP, DELORES . . . "Susie" . . . college belle after june . . . tall and carefree . . . S.S.l.. rep . . . ehorister. THOMAS, FRANCIS . . . Perfect attendance record . . . man- ager of football and track teams . . . G Club. THOMPSON, MARY . . . "Shorty"'s F.D.A. prexy . . . "Oli cow!" . . . swoons over Como . . . favorite pastime is skating. TRIBLER, ,IEAN . . . "Center Chatter" . . . manager for Reflector . . . perfect grooming . . . Budgeteer. TROPINO, FANNIE . . . Cute brown-eyed Grove Theatre usher- ette . . . takes to the dance floor . . . G.S.L. induction. TURNER, ROBERT . . . Football center . . . aspiring M.D. . . . ILE. publicity chairman . . . class money counter. CLASS TYLER, MARY . . . Travels through the tunnel each day . . XVEDELL, ERNEST . . . Pep Club organizer . . . tiller of the soil star basket shooter . . . enjoys art. . . . tractor driver . . . full of fun . . . F.F.A. reporter, VALLERO, ALBERT . . . Soon will be singing the Navy Blues VVEINBERG, ,IOHN . . . Spends most of his time in shop . . . . . "Al" . . . the girls brighten his life. hopes to be an engineer . . . math major . . . Budget staff. VAN DYKE, CLIFFORD . . . State cross country man XVEST, MARY . . . Managing I-Id of the Budget . . . costume crew Reflector Sport Ed . . . G Club money raiser. . . . black convertible . . . N.H.S .... D.A.R. Award. VAN VVINKLE, MARKIORIE . . . Future Distributors of America WHITE, GERTRUDE . . . Capable Budget News Editor . . . nice . . . midterm graduate . . . English and math major. personality . . . accomplished French Hornist . . . Quill and Scroll. VEAL, LESTER . . . Efficient at his cadet post . . . hopes to go XVHITE, HELEN . . . Handy with a needle . . . "Take a letter, to medical school . . . curly hair. please" . . . office lab, her favorite subject. VON DRAKE, JOAN . . . Gorgeous mermaid . . . curly locks . . XWILKINS, LOIS . . . "Hon" . . . member of Music Honor League G.S.L. cabinet . . , "jo" bowls them over. . . . commercial field interests her. XVALSH, JACK . . . Vfings on skates . . part time worker at VVILKINSON, PAT . . . "Patter by Pat" . . . cage, gridiron letter- Firestone's . . . sings in choir and Harmoneers. man . . . tall, slim, and likable . . . record high-jumper. VVATSON, HELEN . . . Capable leader of S.A.A .... enjoys horse VVILSON. CHARLOTTE . . . Gay red-head . . . "Stage Call," Re- back riding . . . likes to draw. flector . . . full of zip an' spark . . . aspiring home economist. W'l-11515, LEROY . . . Machinery interests him . . . "Oli, give me a VVILSON, MARTHA . . . "Mart" . . . Ci.S.L. usher . . . future new car" . . . hates to be late . . . won't hurry. girl in white . . . home economies major. 39 SE IORS NVILSON, NANCY . . . Quill and Scroll . . . hand-knit sweaters . . . Budget assistant editor of news. XVILSON, STANTON . . . Intramural basketball star . . . expert shot . . . Boys' Forum cabinet . . . V-6 program . . . Panama bound. XVILSON, VVAYNE . . . "Let me loaf and eat" . . . handy man around the stage . . . football center . . . "Gordo," VVOOLDRIDGF, IQVELYN . . . Student Council . . . future lab teclinician . . . blonde "FV" . . . Budget liumor columnist. VVOOLSEY, RONALD . . . Gale apprentice . . specializes in drafting . . . Senior Scout . . . intramurals. XVRIGHT, BOYCE . . . "Buck" . . cross country an' track . . intramural basketball player . . . likes to do woodworking. WRIGHT, GIQRALD . . . "Gerry" . . . "hops" around at liotel . . . favorite sport is swimming . . . woodworking major. M YOUNG, BERNARD . . . Music in liis fingers and toes . . . deluxe ,Aj dancer . . . interested in commercial work. 'NJ fl-l,lJl-S, QIACK . . . Ifxizberant lludget Ifditor . . . State Student K Council, Vice Prexy . . . N.H.S .... ace xports writer. L JU Iota CLASS nv"" ln their second year at high school, the juniors have proved themselves quite capable of carrying on where the seniors left oflf. They have made many valuable Contributions for the betterment of our school. They have been well represented in all the activi- ties of G.H.S. Getting their Hrst taste of chemistry and advanced algebra, they have excelled in thes: and other studies. Already preparing for next year, when they will be the leaders of the school, our juniors are sure to prove capable and responsible. To them is given the job of carrying on the work of the senior class next year. We are sure that they will carry on the tradition. -H 11 5, gg 2? Q.. fm I I JU 1oR Grace Adams Richard Alderson Charlotte Anderson Dolores Angell Beverly Anson Robert Asplund john Babbitt Martha Badger Robert Baker Merle Baldwin Ruth Ann Barnes Jo Anne Bean Jean Beck Marvin Behrens James Bell Betty Benson Robert Berg George Billups George Black Howard Blair Jeanne Bonesteel Imogene Boone Sarah Bowman Charlotte Brehm Everett Brown Patricia Brown Richard Brown Marjorie Brunner Barbara Bryngelson Suzanne Bulmer lzugene Carlson Kathryn Carlson Richard Cederoth Bruce Cherrington Allen Churchill Norma jean Clark Sewell Clay Marye Cline l.ouis Cohenour Keith Cole Roger Coleman Marilyn Cook Richard Cooley Richard Corbin Ruth Coupland Phillip Crouch Irene Crow Harry Davis Wfendell Davis Richard Dennis Glen DeNlC'cese Rolland Duflield Barbara Duncan Bonnie Duvall Phyllis Dyer Beverly Ehlers Teddy Empson Mary Charlotte Ericson Norma Erne Phillip Everist Ruth Ewing Charlorr Fante Barbara Fell james Fields Peggy Fixx Daniel Filieh .Ioanne Flodin james Frakes Marilyn Franklin Delvin French JU 1oR Mildred Froniabarger Patricia Fuller Howard Furry Florence Garman George Gerstenbcrger W'illard Gibbs julie Gillette Max Gillette Ward Glasby Patrick Godsil Mary Goode Robert Graham Phyllis Granberg Robert Gray Harold Griflith Shirley Griffith William Guenther Virgil Hagan Daniel Hamblin Geraldine Hall Joyce Hamilton Shirley Hardister Gale Harriman Marianne Harvey Eugene Hassclbaclier Katy Heavilin john Heck Joseph Henderson Margaret Hendrickson Marjorie Hickman Alice Higgins Donald Higgins David Hix Dale Hoff Viola Howard Raymond Howland Charles Hughes W'illiam Hughey Marilyn Humcs Richard Humcs john Hurt Shirley Hutmacher Barbara Hyman Geraldine jaggers Delores Johnson Glynn Johnson Ilva Johnston Anna Marie jones Edward jones Thomas julian Donna Lou Kelly Ruth Kemmitt Stanley Kennedy Robert Kimmitt Paul Kinnear Earlyne Klapp Wendell Knox Muriel Kremer Verna Larson jack Laule Kenneth Le Grand Betty Leighton Louie Lentz Mary Lewis James Liby Marilyn Lindstrom Dolores Little joe Little Roger Lofgrcn Carlos Luna b,,,! JU 1oR Lorraine Lundquist Robert McCone Lee McCracken Dean Mcllravy Ruth McNeil Mary Malcolm Hazel Massey Cora Ann Mathias Frances Mcjin Bernice Meyer Raymond Meyer Bill Miller Charlotte Moore Dale Morling limma jean Morris Lillian Mureen Phillip Myers janet Myren Dale Nelson Gerald Nelson Irene Nelson Lawrence Nelson Marcella Nelson Richard L. Nelson Rose Ann Nelson Shirley Nelson Robert F. Newberg Eleanor Nichols Maurice Norton John Oakman Willadene O'Bryant Ralph Olin Mary jo Padilla john Page Don Parks Florence Peabody Marvin Peck Melvin Peck Iona Pederson Richard Peterson Robert Peterson Ruth Pierson Harold Pilcher Ralph Pippitt Robert Pittington Anna Poulson Beverly Prim Marie Pumfrey Joyce Purkcy Natalie Quaas Edwin Quick Margaret Rabenau Robert Rapsilber Carroll Ray jean Redick Beverly Robertson Ronald Robinson Nancy Roman Marjorie Rooney George Rosine Earl Sandberg Richard Sandborg Maurine Schafer Allen Sehienbien Sally Schori Jessie Schultz Mary Louise Scott Dean Sedgwick Lyle Sedwick Loretta Shaner I - A CLASS 2 I 1 JU 1oR George Shannon Erma Sharp Don Sherman Lloyd Shinn Walter Shoots Kirk Shore Eugene Shumurd john Silverman Don Simmen Richard Simpson Dean Sippel Lorraine Sloan Rita Snyder Rachel Sodalil Nova Specht Joanne Spehr Robert Spehr XVilli.im Spencer Don Stebbins Helen Stegall Natelln Stephan Howard Stephem Xvilliam Stevens Dorothy Stotts Lorraine Strader Marjorie Stuart Rosemarie Sturgeon john Sutor Margaret Sutton Richard Swanson Robert Swanson Leo Switzer Avon Taylor Robert Tederman Christine Templeton Betty Thierry Donald Thierry Catherine Thompson Carl Thornblad Ulysses Thorpe Ted Tinkham Virgene Toland Ann Tomlinson Larry Tompkins Ruby Tornquist joycc Tourtellott Helen Townslcy Marilyn Tribler Lucille Triplett Tom Tucker Paul Van Alstyne W'illiam Van Dell Julie Van Ness Clare Van Norman Mary Van XVinkle jesse Vega joe Vega james W'agncr Raymond Wlalpcrt Phyllis W'arren Darlene Watson Mary Ann Way Mary Webster Gerald Weesc Gloria Wcidcnhamcr john W'cir Marshall Weir Mary Ann Wlhitc Van White John W'l1itman JU R Mariam Wicall Wayne Wihnall Sallie Wilbur Bud Wilkins Bradney Williams Dale Williams Beverly Wilson Donald Wilson Eugene Wilson Harold Wilson Robert Wilson Dean Withcrall Eugene Woolsey Wayne Wright Lyle Zugg CLASS ilk GUR SQPHQMQRE CLASS The Future Grades of19-49 Full of energy, pep, and spirit, the sophomores have made a place for themselves in our high school life and have made contributions to our school activities. Starting the year in a new school, seeing new faces and meeting new teachers, they have readily become acquainted and made many new friends. They have had to bow to their superiors, the juniors and seniors, sit in the balcony during assemblies, and they have been, to a certain extent, the underdogs all through the school year. But rhev have taken everything good nn- turedly, and their laughter and wit has helped to make this a wonderful year. Passing the first milestone of their high school life, the class of '49 has shown ability, and they have also been hard workers. We wish them every kind of success in their re- maining years at G.H.S. Alice Anderson Nlelba Anderson Shirley Anderson Robert Baker Donald Basham Robert Adcock limil Adolphson Q? Betty Allen Lucille Allen Theresa Allen David Allensworzli George Allenxwortli r Nancy Allenswortli Img' ie 51 Margery Bauer Betty Baughman Dorothy Beeltstead Margaret Bellamy Patricia Bellinger Donald Benson David Berry Dorothy Bettisworth Peggy Billings Royal Bliss Frances Bloomberg Gloria Boone slack Bourdon lirma Bramlett Dorothy Brand Russell Bridgewater Carl Brighton Mildred Brooks Patricia Brook-. Charlotte Brown Richard Brown Barbara Brunoehler Barbara ,lean Bryant Donna Bryant Richard Burton Donald lf. Carlson lidward If. Carlson Paul Carlson Geraldine Carlton .lack Carlton Orville Carmichael Richard Carroll Diana Casper Iiugene Catron Lupe Cervantez Raymond Ccrvantez Charles Childers Ronny Childers Charles Clark Patricia Clary Phyllis Clevengcr Glen Cochran Sam Coffman Arthur Colvcr julia Colwell Grace Condreay Eldon Kay Conlon Robert Cooley Virginia Cooley Mary Corbin .Ioan Crawford Mary Crawford Donald Crawley Clara Cubbagc Betty Cunningham -lean Cunningham SOPI-I0 CRE 6 n 3 ,v Q f ,, f r H 'Qf C 1 J i' may as '- J Q Q . 5 -, 96,3 in f iw-vlwl .,. lv :+L-2.,.'2lf"5. f .. . A l 'A i ii is K Eff. 9 F: ., ft' N .i .. 1 ? C tl X va. X l l. ll' .iii xii WEE: P fy. 7 hx! sa if f L as Ps A is T fa fi. A rv V --' ii f l fb X-use ft CLASS 4: V2 ,, 9 6 A P ' ia Donald Curtis Duane Dahlstrom Virgil Daly Audrey Danner Mary Daves Chuck Davis Lola Belle Davis Leo Dawson Kenneth Diefendorf Nick DiPrima Richard Dodge Ralph Dolinsek Doris Domdey Donald Dool Tommy Dudman Joyce Duncan Clinton DuVall john Fbany john Fdmunds Dana Fdwardson Rosemary lidwardson Charles Iiscly Williani Fvans Patricia Ewing Marilyn Fagan Marvin Farrell Maurice Farrell jordan Fifield Sidney Finley Beverly jean Fisher jack Fisher Richard Flaar W'ayne Flickinger Gloria Foreman Charlotte Foster Erma French Clarice Fristoe Williani Frymire Donald Galyean Helen Garrison Richard Getferx Iilinor Gillette Eleanor Goethe Davy Goff May Good Audrey Grabill Richard Grant Corinne Griffith Enid Gullicltson Lionel Gutierrel Edward Hager Richard Haight Richard Hale Lorecc Hall Harold Hallstrom Martha Hand Richard Harrix lilcanor Hawkins lloyd Hayes Marlin Haycx Shirley Haycx Richard Hendricks Agnus llcrrin Roburt Higarcda Dorannc llillicr Russell Hilliur Marilyn Hillycr William Hocsc -loc Hollingsworth Annu Holschcr Rlfblfri HKlLll7CN Bonita Haxkins Patricia Hunk Howard Huffman Ruth Ingram Carl ,Iacobx Robert .lacobs Barney .Iohnwn David johnson .Iamcs johnson john Eric Ali-linson Phyllis johnvon Richard johnson Mary Sue .Iohnston XY'illiam Johnston -lnnc jordan liugcnc Kcnnudy Donald Kennett Ronald Kilby Robert Kilgoru Vfilliam Kinnnilt Sulannc Kindig Richard Koons Btflly Crohn Alhcrta Kunlc klcan Landon Duane Larson Nloan l.arson Marlcnc Larson Rohurt l.iby Barbara Limlbccli lfdward Lindberg Mary Linduniann Curtis l.inncr Donald I.itchlicl1.l Barbara Long Charlotte Lovell Beverly l.UHdtlLIiSl Donald Lundquiwt ,lack Lynch Cicorgc Mdlall Ronald Nlcfiarlliy SOPI-IO ORE wx EQ, kyl P Z- .W Q -if- Q - if-E32 1 'Wxwr Bu P , Q31 I 4, 1 il L L CLASS Q x 'fi X Q . mm: K if , , sg 3 E W' f 2, W' -af-Q ,J 1 ,alt K , 1 I fix Bri . V A "' Q " 'v ' Qt i?" terse 4 . , Al ? Q me 1 ex is L 1 A we Meryl: Q FQ' g w- -s.x 3'- an james McCormack jack McCullough Robert McFarland Birdie MCGahey john McGahcy William McMahon Shirlyn Mandel Earl Martin julia Martin Rosemary Mathers jean Beverly Matthews Barbara Maxwell Shirley May Donald Mealman Pete Medina Harold Meredith Charles Miller Charlotte Miller Scotty Miller Glenn Miller Wayne T. Miller Delia Maude Mitchell .lean Mitchell Nadine Moore Mary Moran Bill Morgan Bernadine Morris Louise Morrison Deloris Morrow Edith Murphy Patty Murphy Dave Nelson Donald Nelson Marilyn Nelson Pete Nelson Phillip Nelson Russell Nelson Ted Nelson Joyce Neneth Peggy Nevius David Nichols .lack Nichols Popie Nichols Bill Noll Wilna Noonan lean Oakes Max Offerman Kenneth Olmszead Shirley Olson George Onion Dewey Overman jack Pacey Katherine Page Beverly Palmer Suzanne Pappmeier Beverly Park lfarl Park .lanie Parsons Mary Paulsgrovo: Mary Iilizabeth Pearson Richard Pederson Gay PCTCY Curtis Peterson lirnest Peyron ,Ioan Phillips Bonnie Pieltrel Ann Pitman Robert Pittman ,Iames Powelson Katherine Pratt lfarl Presley Mary Price W'illiam Price lithel Mae Puckett Thomas Purnell Harold Pyke lfdward Quigley Phyllis Quimby Marianne Raymond Nancy Reinhardt Mary Reynolds Robert Rhea Ann Rhylterd Donna Riley Juanita Roberts Larry Robinson Fred Rodenhouser Charles Rogers Terry Rogers lforrest Royse ,lean Runbeek Dolores Ryden Phyllis Sanders Nola Sauter W'illiain Sayrx Allen Scholes Glenn Schrodl Data Nlae Shaw Mearl Shepard w'lll11.l Shinn XXVCIIUILI Shunmrd liarbara glean Smith Calvin LeRoy Smith Clara Snyder Rosalie Sottos .Ioan Spellman Helen Spiker Claude Stegnll George Stephenson Lauren Still Josephine Stinson joan Stoltie SCPHGMORE . 'R-tr 'R msd X v x .. ' -. 9 Q, X ai 5 1 4-vfvff 1 I ,, J y.-. ev . Q.. . Y, 3' . Q 9, :mf 11 'uri IIS A-4 ,,, 'QF it . ,S 'SQ X I 'Q , I 1 CLASS N :- , Q . N . V 1 Q A va! ' ' r " ' , M 43 -1' ln Q .A" .Y L .I 5 w ft :RQ A 0 9,1 4, 1 lvl 4 f 1- W g i LJ . X. 4 Frederick Sumnekinjg Gordon Surrey Richard Sr-mx -lunn Stoutfer l.enita Streedain Shirley Strickland Sliirley Sullivan Harriet Suydnm llunald Swain Glenn Swami Dun Swedlund Paul Swenson Milton Taxwer Patricia Ann Taylor I'.1trici.1 K. Taylor Caroline Tenmlctun Bernard Teval -Inlin Thompson Neva Tlmnmpwn Alyce Tinklum Robert Tobigix lhyne Tonilinwn Virginia Tompkins Vlxrren Tracy Iidna Mae Trulson Nancy Tucker Doclla Tyldesley june Ulilmann Kenneth Unger Dorothy Varner Kenny VeNurd Rebecca Walker Dorothy W'ull Arlene Xvalters Sally Vfatsoli Norma Whttcrx Nancy W'eir Dwayne XY'eleli Uorolli y Jenn Xvensl rom Robert Wcsrfnll Randolph Vflieeler Mary W'l1i!e Samuel XY'iley Clxir W'illi.11ns Versie W'illi,ims .loc E. Vfilwn Beverly NX'indun1 Mary W'itlmm Nancy Vfizluxn Marie Vfirlicrell Wdyne Vfirlmcrull Bonnie .lean XVuulSey Don Vfriglit David Vfunselm .luhn Yeager ,Inyce Zeldes gras! AX N X ' 'xv X7 0" I f' af., '52, A S "' J? 0 0 535 0 .J Af' KJ ' ir xl! 4 4Upper left picturej Puck Row, left tu right: P. Nevius, lf. liluunmberg Landon, S. Dail. Second Row: C. Tlmnmpmn, Bnnesteel, S. Hutmneher, N. Ruman, P. Slmwer-., B Swaniun. lirunt Row: Nl. lfranklin, -I. Trilwler, K Nelson. lUpper right pieturel Standing, left to right: lf. Wlmldridge, P. lfverlxt M. Lewis, IS. Dredge. Seated: N. Parker. 1L0wer left picturel Standing, left tu right: D. Lewis, B. Seibert, J. Mc Lennan, P. W'ilkinsun, M. Cuok, J. Pearson. Seated N. W'ilson, P. Granberg, S. Bulmer, M. A. W'ay. ll.ower right picturcj Standing, Iefc to right: -I. ilurdan, II. Clary, D. Cas- per, R. Clmpin, N. Taylor, D. Ryden. Seated: N Allenswnrth, Kling, N. Nluniun, Pr. llyerly. '4 I -lack Zeldes Editor Mary Catharine Dudman Business Manager Standing. left to right: C. Bengtson. G. W'hite, QI. Felt, P. W'ilkinson D. Edmunds, C. Loring, Nl. Nvest Seated, left to right: Mr. Damberg Mr. McCormick. Mr. jones. T H E B U D G E T How G.H.S. Spends it? Tzme Each week of the school year on Thursday ap- pears the Budget, a four-page report of news, views and sports-the brain child of a harried staff. Supporting jack Zeldes in the stellar role of editor- in-chief are these lesser satellites, all neophytes lured by the flame of journalism: managing editor, Mary W'estg advertising manager, Cliff Loringg news editor, Gertrude Whiteg sports editor, l,.1tWilkinsong feature editor, .lim Ifeltg copy editor, Dorothy Edmundsg and photography editor, Carlee Bengtson. Each editor has a staff of reporters. The staff acted as host to the Double I Press Con- ference and won an All-American rating for the first semester Budgets. All the Budget editors and other outstanding members of the staff are members of the Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society for out- standing journalists. The Budget staff has two meetings a week. One is held on Monday nights for the editors, who discuss and plan the forthcoming issue, while a general staff meeting is held on Thursday afternoons after school. Technical advisor for the Budget is Mr. Roy Damberg, while Mr. NVayne McCormick acts as editorial advisor. , I I Hana ' THE 1947 REFLECTOR STAFF 4 mia Pia- . ' . S Vb A ALE.. ' Eleanor Nichols Assistant Editor Lois Albert Art Editor V-gp 'Q' Shirley Dail Business Manager , 12- A if 'l ru , -eg 4,- Jean Tribler Business Manager 62 May they rest zn peace Editor Peg Stouffer The publication of your 1947 yearbook. The Reflector, was capably supervised by Peggy Stouffer, editor, and Eleanor Nichols, assistant editor. Not only during the day, but also in the evening, these two worked hard to finish "the book." Co-business managers, -lean Tribbler and Shirley Dail, with the entire staff selling at Streak games, successfully financed The Refiector. The faculty workers were ready and willing at all times to give advice with a smile. Mrs. Blanche Cummings, advisor, contributed many suggestions and ideas. An addition to the advisory staff was Miss Dorothy O'Connor, who helped in preparing the copy. Miss Betty Scott of the Commercial Department stepped into her new job as business manager and worked willingly, and Mr. john Aitchison contributed much as head of the photography staff. We have tried to combine all events of the year, especially the red-letter days, into The Reflector. W'e hope that it will bring you pleasant memories. Standing. left to right: CQ. Shirck, ll. Myers, D. l.ewis, AI. Mcl.ennon, C. Van Dyke, M. Metcalf, K. Nelson. Seated, left to right: Mr. Aitchison. Miss Scott, Mrs. Cummings, Miss O'Connor. FLECTO9 Q 53111 SJ N' 9 L CTO FFICE vs.. 111' Ld! 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I. in right: R, I.dw,1rdwn, Il, Pear XYuoldridgu, D, Xlycrs, li, IMCIKII1' mn. I.. Alburt. D. SXXXIIISUII, IJ RUN. Nur rn pu li, flllllcf. fxlvurx, A. CQl.1ry. ture U. Il,1igl1r. l'. XY1lkl11sm1. li. xiyclllllblltlll, l. Sll'UCd.l1l1. R. Killw STUDE CO NCIL Less than ten years old, our present Stu dent Councnl, wrth Rex Ragan as president, Homer Flelsher, vnce presxdent, Mary Ann Way, secretary, and Dean Sedgwnck, treas urtr, has agam completed an actrve and suc eessful year, provndmg 1 may nn whrch the students can partxcnpate m the government of the school The mam project of the Councxl thus year was to conduct .1 general all school socnal program, mcludmg both dances and fun nights I-Irghllghtmg xt was the first elaborate two day Homecomlng celebratxon smce the war Durmg the year much was done towards better school attltude and hall conduct, as well as fire drrlls pre salts, and the Lost and Found The Councxl also kept up Streakys Place and for the first tlme took over the sponsorshnp of lyceums A hand book explammg the xarxous G HS organ nzatnons was put out for the benefit of next years sophomores Thls years Counenl was composed f forty exght members who helped promote the cooperatron between the faculty and students, and who were always on the alert to burld up a better school From among these were chosen groups to attend the Pekm dxstrlct conventnon at Kewanee and the state conventnon at Chrcago Rex Ragan Mr Woolcy Wir Goodwm Homer Flelsher Dean Sedgwick Mary Ann Way Nlary Lewls 1 . f m - 1- ' - s ' v 1 ' - . . 2 , , - s . . U s , - ss - , s , . 1 - x . , . s , , a l w , . . . , , . , ya -- GIRLS' SERVICE LEAGUE Functioning for all the girls at Galesburg High School, the Girls, Service League has com- pleted another successful year of activities. Opening with the sophomore orientation tea y in the fall, the l.eague has sponsored many ac- l tiyities for the girls. The annual costume party was held during the winter. The theme of the party this year centered around Nlother Goose land. The Hi-lines, the G.S.l.. newspaper for girls, was puhlished throughout the year. Cul- niinating the year's activities, a banquet was held at the Galcshurg Club Slay 20. The officers for the past ycar were: presi- dent, Barbara llicliinsong yice-president, Nlartha l.ucasg secretary, Patricia Showers, and treas- urer, Dorothy Boynton. Nliss Sylvia Ryin acted as sponsor. Klartlia lucas, l'al Showers, Dorothy lioynlon Xliss Sylyia Run. liarlvara lliclsinson sv Q all .El ix l lrnnl Row. It-ft to right: C'. litinpleton. Nl. lloyle. Ci. llengtson. li. Nelson, ll. l.ewis. ml. Yonllralic. Nl. Nelson, ll. lliierry. Sec- ond Row: ll. Anson. .X, lliggins. li. Nelson, IF liigg, ii. llall, ll. liioolts, Nl. Shephard, Xl. Reynolds. Xl. Bauer. Third Row: Xl. Cook. lx Nleiia, S. llaxl, l.. Reiher. P. Sandhcrg, Xl. frawfnrd. ll. Ilomdey, il. l'arsons, yl. Landon, Nl. llaryey. I'HLlfll1 Row: ll. illharp, li. klacohs, Xl. Slronigren. ll, XY'atson, l. Purkey. S. llutniacher. N. XYitham, Nl. S. Qlohnston, BOYS' FORU Under the executive leadership of Pat XVil4 kinson. the Boys' lforum has provided another eventful vear of activities for the boys at Galesburg High. Among the various activities of the liorum were fun nights for boys which were verv popular. Many interesting and en- tertaining assemblies were sponsored bv the Forum throughout the vear. Assisting Pat in the planning of assemblies and other programs was program chairman ,lim Grogan. Aldis Clary managed the activities of the year. while Dean Hunter headed the service committee. The heads of the publicity' and bulletin board committees were Bob Turner and ,lerrv Boyn- ton respectivelv. -lim Hoopes acted as business chairman. NVorl4ing as advisors were Mr. Goodwin. Mr. Uamberg. Mr. llednar. and Mr. lash. K Standing: Dean Hunter. Bob iliurntr Itrrx cn it in Cirogan. Salty Cilary. Sitting: Mr. Goodwin X son, -Iiin Hoopes. i ii' ns l'rnnt Row, left to right: kl. Claltman, li. iliobis, NY. C,hrixtv, ll. llaar. KI. Xfagner. l". Quick. ll Ru ctgt Second Row: C.. Swanson, xl. l.ittle. QI. Xlcletsh. C. Yanllyltc, R. Hendricks. S. Xxalson, ll. lux Nelson. ilihird Row: ll. Nelwn, C. Peterson, ll. .Xllenswnrtly l. Still. xl. Yeager, C. Yan No Xliller. R. liridgewater. lnurth Row: XY. Cilashy. D. lltnnts. ll. Cirant. Nl. Nlclarlantl. Cf. Hxrrnn QI. linurdnn. tl. l'rakt-s. A. Churchill. xvgllvxlilxlcg The bzggest bargain in school wr C harles Kline llelen XX'atsun. Klr. liroolti 10,4 4, X9 EBATE hw 0 ie , I I Y' xi ASS EMBLXES 1 M "An angel from heaven" fully explains how the SJXJX. has bencfittctl high school stutlents. The Student Activity Association, Q 3 more commonly known as the S.A.A., gives stuclents an opportunity to participate in all school activities. Since the S.A.A. was formed, it has done much to establish co- operation between all organizations. This participation has put all activities on the same level .intl has stimulatetl interest in athletic events. Through S.A.A. membership, stutlents may enjoy its benefits for a considerable amount less than the actual cost. lnclutletl in the S.rX.A. plan are the subscription to the school paper, the Budget, anal also the vearboolsg attentlance at all lyceums, plays, and musical protluctionsg plus the atlmit- tance to athletic events. A new feature this year is the insurance policy which accom- panies all S.A.A. memberships. This provitles payment to insured stutlents for iniuries sustained on the school premises during school hours. Helen XVatson servetl as stutlent chair- man while Xlr. Tom Broolxing was the atl- visor. Q '4 2. DEBATE "Resolved: lfederal government should provide a system of complete medical care available to all citilens at public expense," was the question debated this year by the G.H.S. squad, coached by Mr. Royal Harsh- barger. December 14, the "AH team, composed of Marilyn johnson and Kathleen Nelson on the aFfirmative and Jack McCulloch, Bill Rowe, and Maurice Norton on the negative, traveled to Bloomington where the affirm- ative was rated superior. Marilyn and Katie received certificates of excellent in debate. -Ianuary 18, the "AH group, plus the "B" team of Shirley and Irene Nelson, affirma- tive, and Sheila Rhodes, negative, debated at Burlington. There they received four certificates of excellent in debate. Then at Augustana on Iiebruary 8, they argued their way into fourth place against teams from several states. In the Northwest Conference at Rock Island on Iiebruary 22, the "AU squad again placed fourth, and in the sectional meet at Monmouth, winning third place, they wound up the last debate of 1947. MQW! ul' Q- sl Row, lelt to right: NI. I,asser, M. Vest, B. Wilson, I.. Swartout, I. NIcI.enn.m, Ii. Ntlson. Second Row: Miss Antlerson, Ii. Illiotl, ff. Nortliey, fi. Kline, XI. Iolinson, Miss irk. Ililrd Row: C.. Shirck, -I. Minis, S. Cooley, leldes, CQ Vfilson, XY. XY'ilson, I'. Stouiler. .,f":., if M Standing, left to right: S. Nelson I. Nelson B. Rowe Seated: I". Vfedell K. Nelson XI. lohnson H, ima Mr. Ilarshbarger -I. Mcilulloug h ST GE CALL cb' fb., E' X Stage Call is an organization which includes educational and so- cial entertainment. Since 1945, when it was organized, Stage Call has attempted to recognize talented actors and workers of various stage crews. To be eligible for mem- bership, one must have portrayed one major or two minor roles or served on crew for live produc- tions. Taking trips out of town to see dramatic productions is a feature enjoyed by the group. The officers are: president, Chuck Klineg vice-president, Emily Elliottg secretary, Carol Northeyg treas- urer, Bob W'ilsong and program chairman, I.ois Swartout. Miss Betty Kirk and Miss I'Ialel Anderson are the co-sponsors. 69 UILL avi' scroll I H 5 NSJ Quill and Scroll, a national organization for high school journalists, has now com- pleted its second successful year at G H.S. This year the group sponsored a pastry sale, the proceeds were used to buy new equip- ment for the photography department. The names of students eligible for mem- bership were submitted to the National Council, along with a record of their work in iournalism. An induction followed their acceptance into the organization. This year meetings were held the second Tuesdav of each month. Faculty members acting as sponsors included Mr. XVayne Mc- Cormick, Mrs. Blanche Cummings, Mr. John SCROLL AlfChi50ns find MF. Roy DLlI11berg. First Row, left to right: P. Valkinson, Rl. McLennan, C. Loring, M West -I. Zeldes. Second Row: Mr. Aitchison, il. Felt, K. Dudman, Mrs Cum mings, D. Lewis, C. Bengtson. Third Row: D. Hillier, P. Stoutftr McCormick, D. Edmunds, K. Nelson, G. XX'hite. MUSIC H0 GR LEAGUE L L First Row, left to right: R. Nvalker, G. Nwhite, C. Van Norman, D. Lewis, M. Lindemann. Second Row: B. Lundquist, j. Pearson, B. Page, M. Lucas, J. Gilbert, D. Mills, N. Taylor, L. Albert. Third Row: R. A. Mead, A. Storey, Mr. Lantz, B. jackson, D. Boynton, J. Fauset, li. Healey, D. Hart, D. Sippel. li. Middnugli, Hjerpe, KI. Potter, Il. Adolphson, If. Sandberg. 70 qgiv fra if One of the main objectives of the Music Honor League is to help the musicians of tomorrow gain poise in performing before the public. Awards are given to each student earning 500 points by the end of the year. Upon acquiring 1000 points, the students are eli- gible for an additional award. Points are gained by appearing before the club and by participating in public per- formances. Students may join the Music Honor League by performing before the club, and members are required to appear at least once each semester. Officers of the club were: president, Lois Albert, vice-president, Jim Leahyg and secretary, Betty Jackson, ATIO AL I-I0 OR SCCIETY Q. ' he S. J' -Ianet Mcl.ennan, Bud Carroll Gretchen Shirck, Miss Anderson, Dorothy lfdmuntls Si-.Nioits L. Albert P. Baars B. Byerly M. Carlson B. Dickinson K. Dudman Al. Felt Gilbert H. Hallberg B. -lackson l.. .lutlson V. l.ee D. l.ewis -Iuxloits M. Cook B. Duncan N. Erne R. Graham D. Hot? M. Lewis E. Nichols M. l.ewis is. Liby M. Metcalf D. Mills R. Montrose AI. Pearson D. Robinson B. Smead A. Storey AI. Tribler C. Van Dyke H. NY'atson C. NY'hite M. Norton H. Pilelier N. Roman S. Sehori P. Van Alstyne C. Van Norman M. XVay js.A'i:A.Ai TY - s- 1. vi i f ' ,l 3 i i i . ll ! l'ourte:n juniors anti twenty-four seniors were intlucttxl into National Honor Society this spring. These stutlents were chosen for their scholarship, service, leatlership, and character. The induction ceremony was heltl before the student body and guests April 17. Dr. l.yntlon Brown. new Knox College president. was main speaker for the induction. On April 25, a banquet was heltl at the l.utheran Church for new anti oltl members antl their parents. Dean Hamilton, of the Cialesburg Division of the University of Illinois was the mam speaker of this event. A picnic for all the members was also heltl in the early spring. Of the twelve two-year members, officers were electetl for the past year as follows: president. Gretchen Shirckg vice-president, Bud Carrollg secretary, planet Mcl.ennang and treasurer. Dorothy lftlmuntls. The sponsor of this group was Miss Hazel Anderson. -3 me K, 'ti 199' Z Shlllsllllil. lt-ri to right: Xl. XX tst. lx. l.untleen, ll. lleisher, QI. leltles, Xl. lucas, ls. Nelson. Seatetl: C. lltngtson, P. Stoutler. LESBURG HIGH "The Man Who Came To Dinner" was the first G.H.S. dramatic production of the year. Presented November 25 and 26, this was an all-school play and was directed by Miss Betty Kirk, with Charles Kline acting as assistant director. The play was a comedy hit in which the leading character, Sheridan Whiteside, a famous writer por- trayed by Bob Wilson, falls on the doorstep of the Stanley home and because of a broken hip is confined to their house for six weeks. During the six weeks Whiteside causes an uproar in the Stanley house- hold. Maggie Cutler, characterized by Shiela Rhodes, and Bert Jefferson, newspaper man, portrayed by Tom julian, almost have their love affair ruined by Whiteside's English friend, Lorraine Sheldon, por- trayed by Lou Newboe. Other leading members of the cast were Marilyn Johnson, Bill Miller, Roger Coleman, Bill Rowe, Lois Swartout, Margie Bauer, Paul Messplay, jim Leahy, and Sally Schori. March ll and 12 the sophomore play entitled "Androcles and the Lion" was presented to the stu- dent body and public. Taking place around the time of Julius Caesar the plot centered around a Greek tailor who loved ani- mals. Because of his kindness to a lion he and his friends were saved from martyrdom in the Roman arena. Paul Messplay, Pat Houk, and Don Swcdlund did outstanding work in the leading roles. The CHSI is as follows: Androcles, Paul Messplay, Lion, Jack McCulloch, Caesar, Roger Colemang Centurian, Clarice Fristoeg Lavinia, Pat Houkg Christians, Mary Ann Raymond, Nancy Reinhardt, Beggar, Meral Shepard, Captain, Bob Wilson, Lcntu- lus, jack McCullochg Metellus, Bob Gillette, Fero- vius, Don Swedlundg Spintho and the lionkeeper, Bill Miller, Magaera, Nancy Tucker, Retierius, Charlotte Lovellg Secetor, Meral Shepardg Editor, Clarice Fristoeg and the Call-boy, Mary Crawford. STAGE As a climax for the 1946-47 dramatic pro- ductions, "The l.ittle Minister" was presented on the G.H.S. stage May 7 and S. Paul Mess- play served in the capacity of assistant to Miss Betty Kirk, director for the commencement play. Barb Dickinson and Don Pittman, as Babbie, the gypsy, and Gavin Dishart, the minister, portrayed the leading roles of this production written in Scottish dialect. Babbie takes a position in the village of the ministerg and, during her stay she creates quit: an uproar. It is Gavin who works against her actions. Babbie becomes engaged to Lord Rantoul, llomer Ifleisher, but finding that her love is for the minister returns to him the night before her supposed wedding. At first Gavin is reluctant to admit his love but finally confesses that Babbie is the one whom he loves. C' Kline Miss Kirk Dot Sherwood, June Gilbert, joan Hierpe. Gretchen Shirck, Marilyn johnson, lfrnie Wfedell, ,lim Felt, Howard McGlurg and Rex Ragan completed the cast. an aus :wg we iw -gglwgk lwgggtwgg-',,a,,,.-Sk,eflkrvf 9 " I .,,- Qix 4 X 1 fl rx 'I 1 'i 1 I KX agp, . its 24' X s 9559, :gpg Q, 'X 'N it :X Lett to right: li. Hiller. ll. Xxlllillh, l.. Swartoul, li. Wilson, P. Mess- play, ,l. Leldes, Nl. Bauer, AI. Nlarsliall, S, Scliori, XI. -Iolinson, ml. Leahy. S. Rliocles, ili. hlulian. 'Q l F3 iz 2 x! Ei fi 3 .4 L ik l My LJ V gf .itk Row, left to right: D. l.ittle, li. Lewis, B. Healey, A. Danner, A. An- trson, M. Xvitherall. R. Vfallter, xl. Parsons. Second Row: l'. liigg. Xl. lAlCI11.Hl, P. Taylor, li. W'indoi11, A. Pitman, li. lirunoelieler. lt. llhlUUlNl7Cl'g. irst Row: Nl. Nl. Doran, Xl. Bauer, N. Sauter, li. llyman, Nl, Reynolds, Nl. L 5011. REFLECTOR BUSINESS STAI In order to l1ave .1 Reflector, there must be money. 'l'hat's where tl1e business staff enters in. Under the capable direction of Aleanne 'liribler and Shirley Dail, business managers, profits were made by selling at the basketball games. where the entire staff of workers helped, and by operating tl1e candy counter in the l1all every day after scl1ool. FUTURE DISTRIBUTGRS GF AMERICA Now in tl1e second year, the Future Dis- tributors of America, commonly called the If.D.A., has done much for the advancement of interest in business education. To be .1 member of the lf.D.A., which is .1 branch of the state and n.1tional organila- tion, a student n1ust participate in the co- operative worlsing plan that the school l1.lS established. This organization hopes to build interest in retailing as .1 career. for our country needs many persons capable of handling this kind of job. Under tl1e supervision of Mr. lelioy Donaldson, with Mary Thompson as presi- dent, Kathlyn l.uttrell as vice-president, and Chloetta johnson as business manager, tl1e li.D.A. planned and tools .1 trip to Chicago this spring-the highlight of their active school year. 74 Standing, left to right: li. llill. xl. Daxis, D. iiuentl1er, l,, Ihdigu, Xl, il-llul 1 sun. Sealed: li. Sl1.11v, Xl. Yan X'Y'i11lsle, Xl. Sturm. l'. llall, L. ,lol1i1s1i1 slacobson. COSTUME CREW Giving mueh of their time and energy this hird working group of girls plays a large plrt in exert dra m itie produetnon Under the direction of Miss Hllel Anderson mel Imily Elliott eostume mistress these girls Ire responsible fox outhtting everx ietor in his piopex attirement The eire and maintenmce of the high schools large assortment of costumes also falls under their management PROPERTY CREW The Property Crew his worked fnthfully and well this year eolleet mg the stage properties speeul equip ment and all personal props for G H S on stage Am student desiring t work on the Prop Crew is assigned to at least one mayor production during the year Mlss Betty Kirk served as the sponsor, with a student assistant for each production Membership in Stage Call is the eventual revs ard STAGE CREW Behind evers dramatic production there goes mueh time and work on the stage settings This is mainly the vsork of the stage crew. During the year they have done everything from painting bricks to stencilling flowers. Thev have provided the settings for the three major plays of the year. This year the stage crew has been managed by Barbara Dickinson and Marilyn jo Fagan. Standing, left to right Klng D Riley M S ohnson B Lindberg C Wilson Luttrell L Swartout le lennan Nl West Seated 'Vloos N Watters D Beek stead P Sutton C ohnson l Sloan C Northey E Elliott First Row left to right N Weir NI Raymond Seeon Row lx 'Nelson Gilbert D Tharp N1 lueas B Hanne gan Third Row C Sliirek P Sanders M Schafer P Stouffer S Cooley N1 Iasser Standing, left to right: il. Stouffer, D. Ccdcroth, W. W'ilson, Mr. lirooking, B. Silverman, N. Parker. Seated: M. Fagan, S. Mandel, B. Dicleinsmm, N. Tucker, B. xl. Lancey. BIGLOGY CLUB Affiliated with the Junior Academy of Science is the Biology Club, which met every Monday night. At the meetings, which were an hour in length, various projects of special interest to the members were worked out. In blood typing, one of their projects, the club set the goal of typing from a third to a half of the student body by the close of school. Each school day, dairy products were sold in the study hall by club members. There were approximately twenty mem- bers, whose officers included: Maurice Nor- ton, presidentg Wendell Knox, secretary, and Paul Kinnear, treasurer. Mr. Riley Bowen sponsored the group. CADETS Maintaining order and discipline in the halls during class periods is the duty of the cadets. During the past year they have per- formed their duty capably and efficiently. The cadets also collect slips from the different class rooms and distribute special bulletins. When visitors came to Galesburg High School they were greeted by the cadets and were ushered around the various buildings by the cadets. Headed by Barbara Page, the president of this organization, the cadets have held meetings during the advisory period. Dur- ing these meetings they discussed improve- ments that could be made in the conduct of the students in the halls. Mr. Goodwin and Miss Ryin served as sponsors for this organization. 76 First Rom: P. Conrad, Nl. Brunner, P. Sanders, Nl. Norton, N. XVeir, XV. Knox. Second Row: Mr. Bowen, il. Silverman, N. Tucker, R. Snyder, G. Sward, VI. Stouifer, B. Graham, T. hlulian. Third Row: nl. Landon, M. Vfitherell, B. Noll, D. Swedlund, S. liindig, ll. Suydam, S. Pappmeier, B. Benson. l,. Adolphson, B. Arie, B. Benson, R. Bodeen, Iionesieel, R. Bowden, ll Brand, B. Byerly, Clary, Nl. Crawford, l.. Crouse, Xl. l'ranlilin, XY' Plickinger, F. Carman, Ci. Hall, Ci. Harriman, ,l. Henderson, V. Hocratfer B. Holman, D. Hunter, Hurt, S. liutmacher, N. lnghrani, A. Alones, ll Kemmet, M. Kost, B. Lindberg, U. l.ittle, Luttrell. Xl. Xliles, C. Nliller S, Mills, Xloos, P. Morgan, l. Nelson, Nichols, B. Page, ll. Pilchcr NI. Puinphrey. B. Robertson, Ii. Sharp, B. Silverman, l.. Smith. N. Specht R, Sphere, D. Stebbins, ll. Stegall, ll. Thierry, I,. Yeal, B. XYright. liirxt Row, left to right: ll. lialyean, l.. Miles, Nlr. Dunn, C. Smith, llarslibargcr, lf. Ciatron. Second Row: D. l..irson, Xveir, U. French, M. lilickinger, l.. Lludmn, ll. Cllierrington. B. Kimmett, il. Haines, R. Hillier Third Row: K. Nlalcomb, lf. Brown, P. Myers, l.. Lcntz, G. Onion, D. l'i'.lW.ll"LlSlJIl, R. Blair, l.. Dollingcr, R. Lofgren. Fourth Row: T. Tink ham, R. Howland. If. XY'cdell, D, Hanson, I.. Sedgwick, xl. Page, D. Swed lund, NI. Thompson, Ci. Sperry. First Row, left to right: S. Clay. B. Kimmitt, T. Rogers, S. Miller, G. Black, Nl. Baldwin. Nl. Tanger. Second Row: A. Vallero, E. Peyton, Noll, D, Duol. Ll. Miller, P. Nelson, Third Row: ll. Carlson, B. Gillett, ll. XY'illi.ims. lf. Thorp, pl. lluynton. R. Matthews, P. Morrison, F. F. A. Boys interested in agriculture are the mem- bers of the Future Farmers of America. This year these boys worked on many pro- jects, two of which were making and selling hog troughs and selling seeds. A project tour was taken to look over individual projects. Mr. Ray Dunn was faculty advisor of the group. Student leaders were: Louis Judson, presidentg Ted Tinkham, vice-presi- dentg Ernest Wedell, chapter reporter, Roger Blair, secretary, jim Haynes, treasurerg and Dale Hanson, watchdog. All officers at- tended the officers training school at Media where discussions of the year's future plans were held. Two contests entered by the group were the parliamentary procedure event and the public speaking contest. Climaxing an active year was the "Parent- Son" banquet. VISUAL AIDS Under the capable direction of Mr. john Griffith the Visual Education Department of Galesburg High School is rapidly growing. Helping Mr. Griffith were twenty-six boys headed by chief operator jack Miller. These boys had charge of handling the pro- gram of projecting Hlms for the entire Galesburg school system. They were in- structed in the use of different types of projectors and had charge of the P.A. system. Reaching one of their goals, G.H.S. now have their own library of Films which are ready for use any time a teacher may want them. Nine of these boys after completing vari- ous tests were awarded the insignia of master operator. 1 Xlary Kay Xlc Xli A CAPPELLA CHOIR Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Kay McMillan, a new member of G.H.S.'s teaching staff. the a cappella choir has successfully completed another full year of activity. Larger than usual-composed of seventy voices during INOSI of the year-, the choir provided the school with three main concerts, Fall, Christmas, and Spring. The members, who were chosen by tryouts, elected klim Leahy as president, -lulie VanNess as vice-president. l.enita Streedain as secretary, and LeRoy Grabill as treasurer this year. A comparatively new organization. the Harmoneers have developed into a very popular vocal group. Their performances have included the fall concert, spring concert, and an all-boys' assembly. The mixed octet has appeared in the Christmas and spring concerts. ln demand for service clubs around town, the talented eight have established a favorable reputation. Thirty-six girls compose the Glee Club. They made their debut at the G.S.l.. induction ceremony and ap- peared in the spring concert. GIRLS, GLEE CLUB 'Hmird Ruw, left In right: IS. Sucmmd limv: ll. Tylur. X1, Hrs! Row: Ni. I.. linux. IS. luluvr. lk. Ihukim, ll. lhlwnm, I'r1u-, I. Pnulwn, K. l'.1gv.-, 13. Smith, lg. 'll-lxmlwlk-LM1, H, PM-l,,, ll, lic1.'luIu.1J. S. Arlwld, N. Bl'y.llll, C. l'rixluc, KI. Durbin, vu-l. l. BIZIIIIICII, K. l'r.ul. NI. XXv.IllCI'S, ll. llllliur. R. Kccnu, ll. Yum-r. P. Brnwn. ling, X1, T5-lgr, HARMO EERS I X x 1 - 'E first Row, left to right: D. Ben- Sscnnd Row: L, Nelson, R. Third Row: LI. Pwttcr, J. Leahy mn, B. Tlicrmbald. R. Childcrs. Kagan, U. Bcdingcr, Huck. Buyntun, D. Swcdlund, D Cy. DcXVccsc. D, Nclwn, B. G. Swmrd, H. N1cClurg, If. Xlid- Hanwn. If. wfdtll, CQ. Xlunsun Prymirc, C.Tl1lYFI1b1Jd, N1.B.1ld- Chugll, If. Adulphwn. ,I. Tlmmp- lf. Y.m Dyke. KI. Littlu. Ll. Buur- win. mn. don. 79 First Rnw, lcfr in right: D. llmrt L. Sliancr lf. Sandberg B. Xvilliams Sccund Row: A. -Inncs ll. .lulinson S. Kcnncd y li. Vilutmlscy lf. Nelson D. D. Tliirtl Row: W'rigl'1t llruwn llliillips l". Nlurpliy l'. llrnwn IJ. Koons First Row, Storey, T. julian, xl. l'c.trwn, ll. Nlills. -I. Gilbert, CX. Van Nor- son, D. Xlitu R ltlu tr mn Hart, M. lflicliingcr, l. Xlfilltins, nun. CQ. XY'l1itc, Ll. llmgrcn, xl, A. lhnncr, X Sitnvmn P. Morrison. litusut. li. xXvl'lCClCY. l. Bcrgwnll, tlcrx, Xlr. l..in I mi XY, XY'ilx-mn. P. Ulu-rlindcr. linrxtmv. ID. CQ. D. ll. l'uurt R. Nl. A, R. l., .lA R. T. ll. l". l'iftl1 Nl. Nlr ll. ORCHESTRA Rydun llniglmt Crowlvy' liryngclson li Row: Kccnc l intlunmnn flvlxcr Rupert Smitli lft.linnuml. Xlfliuclcr 'liinl-ilmm l'mx'ntun -Iunus linux: Krumur . l,.xnt1 -lmultsun left tn riglitz A. Scuuntl Ruw: R. A. Xlcad, ll. Tliirtl Row: sm Q BA "Music hath its charms" say the students of Cialeshurg High after listening to the hand and orchestra throughout the year. XY'ith Nlr. Lantz as director, the two organilations have made many appearances since last fall. Playing stirring marches, the band has ap- peared in parades. on the football field, and at basketball games. November 15th the orchestra. band, and choir combined for a fall concert. The orches- tra presented an assembly February 5 at the high school and also made at number of ap- pearances at junior high and grade schools. lfeaturing Cecil l.eisson, famous saxophone soloist, the band presented a spring concert March 25th. This group also entered the dis- trict music contest at Gencseo, at which they received a first place rating. Finishing the school year, the orchestra played at baccalaureateg and the band played at commencement. aaa 55,1 Nlr lai K.. l ill lei Xl. K lea . renter lfirst Row, left to right: lf, Gillette Nl. S. glohnston il. XY'.1gner ll. l.ewis Nl. lucas Second Row: R. Cioupland ll. Allen Ci. XY'hite Q . Van Norman xl. Sutor li. French Ci. Boone Third Row: R. Duffield Vfilson -I. Potter li. Page l.. Allen Xi. I..l FNUH CQ, l.ox'ell Nl. Starr S. Alenks l'ourth Row: B. lewis Ci, l3eXVeese ll. llallberg R. I.ihy' -I, lfauset ll. Sinnnen -I. Xlci orniit' B.ciY',lll.II11 R. Myers R. Nelson -l. llowelson ll. Sippel Back Row: K. Conlon O. Baker XV. Gibbs I, Heck lla. ljelcrxofl CQ. Healey 5 6- Bx, Q' 2 1 -'L VARSITY FOOTB LL Coach Van Dyke With a squad bolstered by seven returning lettermen, Coaches Van Dyke and Monsager moulded a smooth-working touchdown machine which lacked only size and experience in certain key positions. Utilizing both the T-formation and single-wing in their deceptive style of play, the Streaks, while showing a record of three wins, two ties, and four losses, were in reality outplayed only once this seasong their other three defeats came in hard fought clashes, each decided by a margin of only one touchdown. As in the past few years, the Streaks had an all-stater, three-year varsity man, Aldis Clary, who was placed on the Chicago Daily News all-state second team. Dick Swanson, junior tackle, received honor- able mention on this same roster, while several other Streaks received All Northwest Conference recog- nition. Galesburg opened the season by playing host to the Purple Raiders from Bloomington. Led by the Neal brothers, John and Bob, who were responsible for touchdown runs of 86 and 45 yards respec- tively, the big, fast Raider eleven managed to win by a count of 13-6. Opening Illini Conference play, the Woodruff Warriors went down to defeat in the waning minutes of a thrill-packed ball game, when Ed Quick went over on a reverse and Bill Stevens kicked the conversion, with seconds remaining, to put the score at 14-13. The Burger's opening Northwest Conference encounter witnessed a see-saw battle in which the East Moline Hilltoppers were held to a 6-6 tie with the hard fighting Van Dyke men. Seeking revenge for last year's 39-0 drubbing, East Peoria's Raiders scored twice to leave the Streaks with a twelve point deficit at half-time. However, taking to the air, G.H.S. scored twice as jim Frakes, second string end, took two passes on the goal line to even the count at 12-12. Failure to convert by both teams accounted for Galesburg's second tie game. The rugged Moline Maroons completely out- played Galesburg during the first hilf to the tune of 18 0 the Streaks turned the tiblts in the second hllf but lacking the ntttssary scoring punch they went dovxn I8 2 Frakes W. Wilson C. Cameron B. Dredge B Turner K. Lundeen WIIIIIHIJII I-Iuopcs B. Carroll B.AddiS Insert. A.CInry B.Serd1l1l VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Galesburg 6 Bloomington Galesburg 14 Peoria Wfoodruff Galesburg 6 East Moline Galesburg 12 East Peoria Galesburg 2 Moline Galesburg 0 Kcwanee Galesburg 13 Rock Island Galesburg IZ Canton Galesburg 39 Monmouth Q 13, Quick B. Stevens is B Benson D Swanson O Qarm thmtl P Wilkinson VARSITY FOOT BALL But for hard luck on the two foot line with four downs to go, Galesburg would have scored a major upset over the Kewanee Boilermakers, who shared Northwest Conference honors with Moline. Although the play was dominated by the Streaks' hard charging line, a pass from Wailton to Naas provided the winning margin of 6-0. Ending Northwest Conference compe- tition, Galesburg lost a heartbreaker to the Rock Island Rocks, when a 25 yard pass turned victory into defeat, with a score of 19-13 with only one minute and ten seconds remaining. In their second Illini Conference win G.H.S. dropped Canton's Little Giants 12-0. The Streaks scored their first Homecoming win Mr. M iwiix ager,N1r. White iiii mls since 1941 as they outscored the Monmouth Zippers, 39-19, with a brilliant demonstration of razzle-dazzle offense ending the season with a fIourish. , ara, hs., f , . 1 f tr we , , . . . V? J M Ig fr - First Row, left to right: NI. McFarland, B. Addis, B, Stevens, O. Carmichael, K. Lundeen, B. Carroll, G. Haight, M. Peck, ml. Whitman, J. Hoopes, Ii. Quick. Second Row: J. Frakes, P. Vfilkinson, B. Serdahl, B. Benson, D. Swanson, B. Turner, A. Clary, B. Dredge, D. Cameron, NV. W'ilson. Third Row: Mr. Monsager, D. Parke, C. Swanson, QI. Henderson, Ll. Bell, B. Mclean, D. Cooley, H. Furry, J. Yeager, KI. Grogan, B. Pittington, E. Nelson, M. Olson, F. Thomas, Mgr., NI. Peck, C. Buzick, Mgr., Mr. Van Dyke. 90 P0 SQUA Aided by junior high school experience, the pony squad was developed into a smooth-work- ing team Linder the tutelage of Coach Art liish. ln their opening game the ponies' 36-7 triumph over the Little Warriors from XVood- ruff was highlighted by an eighty-yard touch- down jaunt by Dick Haight. The next three games, which were out-of- town, proved the tri-cities to be a jinx, since the ponies lost to East Moline 6-0, came back to out-score Peoria Central, 24-12, and then returned to the tri-cities to lose to Moline, 15-7. At Kewanee the speedy sophomore outfit downed the Riveters, 9-O. In a curtain-raiser to the varsity game, the ponies experienced their third and last defeat in a 14-7 thriller with Rock Island. Quarterback Bobby Hoopes returned a kickoff about ninety yards for a touchdown to tie Bloomington's john Neal for the longest scoring run on Lom- bard field this year. A 12-7 victory over the Monmouth Snappers on the local gridiron concluded the season for the future Streaks with a record of four wins and three defeats. Ponies 26 Ponies 0 Ponies 2-1 Ponies 7 Ponies 9 Ponies 7 Ponies 12 4 Coach Art lush Peoria Woodruff 7 East Moline 6 Peoria Central 12 Moline 13 Kewanee 0 Rock Island 14 Monmouth 7 dm VA - . P .x ,. , 'Law yr," - 14 :.:1-fan, A PV., "'.,'4-fora , .4 Ns-il' i 'W' .-qua...-'VJ n.,f' 'N . es 14, Q x Top Row: Berry, Higareda, johnson, Lefirandc fNlgr.l, Still, Thomas iN1gr.j, Thompson. Pittman C. Nliller, Baker, Pacey, Coach Fish. Xliddle Row: llale, Nlorgan, ll. johnson, Nichols, Nelson, Brighton Peterson, Plaar, lloopes, liifield, Perel. Bottom Row: B1ll1Ck 1Xlgr.b, Onion, Cirant, Nlciialiey, l'indle Gotf, Carlson, CJ. Miller, lfrymire, Tompkins qNlgr.J. ,Mais I 343k gi? "ilu, we iris K. Lundeen Ci. AIllllI1SUll B. Dredge P. Xvilkinson D. Ilumes R. Hendricks ll. Swat msam n A. Clary B. Serdahl IJ. lfilich 92 VARSITY Coach Gerald Phillips' '47 basketball team exhib- ited a very unimpressive record, as they won only ll of 21 scheduled gamesg but led by the three return- ing lettermen, Pat Wilkinsoii, Aldis Clary, and All- State Kenny Lundeen, the Silver Streaks journeyed to Champaign to compete in the "Sweet Sixteen" for the third straight year, a record at Galesburg High. After taking their season's opener 50-36 from Mac0mb's Bombers on November 27, Coach Phillips' hard fighting Silver Streaks displayed valiant de- termination when, with their shooting percentage frigid, they came from a 12-0 dehcit to win, 44-34. Opening competition in both conferences, Gales- burg bowed to their Northwest rival, Rock Island, 34-395 however, the Streaks fared considerably bet- ter in their Illini opener the following night when they outscored East Peoria, 64-43. The Silver Streaks registered their first Northwest Conference victory in their last home game of 1946 by humbling the Monmouth Zippers, 69-25, with torrid shooting which continued at Peoria in their win over the Manual Rams, 55-42. In contrast to their usual sharp shooting, the Streaks met with hard times in their Ainad Temple appearances at the East St. Louis Holiday Tourna- ment. The uncanny Collinsville Kohoks hit 58 per cent of their shots to place the Burgers in the con- solation tournament. Here the Streaks met defeat, 34-33, at the hands of Wood River's Oilers, who scored their freakish heartbreaker win in the last minute of play with Galesburg leading by three points. Paced by "Zeke" Lundeen with 26 points, the Streaks were well on their way to score a major up- set over powerful Kewanee, who rated number one team in Illinois for a major portion of the season, but the Boilermakers' point spree in the final quarter gave them the margin of 70-62. 11? ff, -sul BASKETB LL The Streaks were forced to DUI on a determined rallv to come from behind and beat the stubborn Moline Maroons, 55-52. The following night the Streaks were the guests of Canton's Little Giants. who pulled a 43-32 upset. Galesburg's forty-four game win streak over a period of three years in Steele Gym was finally brok- en bv East Moline in an overtime battle which ended 71-68. The G.H.S. record of no defeats at the hands of their troublesome intra-city rival was preserved this vear as Corpus Christiis Friars lost. 46-39. In .mother week-end involving clashes in both conferences, the Streaks were set back for the second time by Rock Island, 51--13g and then they jour- neved to defeat at the hands of Pckin's Chinks, 42-30. Completely reiuvenated, the Streaks not only slap- ped Monmouth for the second time, 39-22, but also gained a thorough revenge on Canton by stopping them, 40-21. Galesburg's second try against Kewanee failed as the Boilermakers' sensational shooting and rebounding dropped the Streaks, 66-543 but Kenny l,undeen broke the 127 point all-time Northwest Conference scoring record as his total after this game stood at 132. In the remaining two games he added 27 points to take this season's N.W.C. scoring honors and set the new record at 159 points which has a good chance of standing for some time due to the extremely tough competition offered in the con- ference. In their tenth loss and tenth victory, the Burgers were bounced bv Moline, 54-48, and whipped Peoria XVoodruf:f, 63-48, with unusual consistency at the free throw line. Playing perhaps the most thrilling game of the vear, the Streiks showed superlative performance in their 53-50 victorv over East Moline which put a brilliant end to their regular season games. f" is . , , 3 g 1 Q Q I C' k L S Coach Gerald Phillips X -1. l . Quick 40- Oi ' l'lt1upQS -,,.. 1 f -rg 4,7 ' yi, Wells I -l ,..,,'4f 1J.Simpson ' ff I . I I I K F933 4 Don Hillicr Dick Peterson Kenneth LcGr:1nde Iflungerf REGULARLY-SCHEDULED GAMES Galesburg Galesburg Calcsburg Gnlesburg Galcsburg Galesburg Gulcsburg Gnlesburg Galesburg Galcsburg Gnlcsburg Galesburg Galcsburg G2lICSbUfg Gnlesbuug Galcsburg Gnlesburg Gnlesburg Galesburg Gnlcsburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galcsburg 50 , ,7,,..,,,.,,,,,7,, , .,,, Macomb 44 I , ,,,, Bloomington 29 Rock Island 64 East Peoria 69 7,,,, Monmouth 55 I ,,,7 Peoria Manu1l 62 , Kewanee 55 I , Moline 32 , , 7,,, Canton 68 I ,7,,, East Moline 46 Corpus Christi 43 I Rock Island 30 Pekin 39 Monmouth 40 Canton 54 , , ,,,,, Kewanee 48 Moline 63 , ,, ,, Peoria Wfoodruff 53 , ,,,,,,,,,, , East Moline REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 74 , Williilnisheld 63 ,, ,,,, Woodhull 54 ,, ,, Oneida SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 73 ,,,,,,, ,,,, , , Dallas City 44 ,, Canton INVITATIONAI. TOURNAMENT Galcsburg Galcsburg Cgllesburg EAST ST. LOUIS 43 Collinsville 33 N , ,Wood River STATE 37 South Shore PO IES Under their new coach, Art Fish, the Ponies enjoyed an outstanding season. Losing only to Monmouth, the Ponies grabbed Northwest Conference honors for the fifth time in six years. Their lone defeat in the Illini was a one point affair at the hands of Peoria Manual, a record which gave them undisputed possession of this conference crown also. With only one other defeat, the first game of the season with the Woodhull varsity, the Ponies acquired a reputation for winning the "close ones"g as they fell only once in the waning seconds, win- ning three others with two point margins from Kewanee, Canton, and East Moline. While compiling their string of 16 victories in 19 starts, the Ponies registered an ag- gregate of 756 points to their opponents' 607. The leading sophomore scorer, Bobby Hoopes, accounted for 235 of the team total, and Lloyd Hayes was second high with 143. Other regulars in the order of their scoring record were Orv Carmichael, Bob Pittman, and john Yeager. The other six members of the team who N4-1' S7 john Yeager, Lloyd Hayes, Don Pittman, Bob Hoopes Bob McFarland, Orville Carmichael. saw a good deal of action were Baker, McFarland, Still, Quigley, Haight, and Pacey. PONY BASKETBALL SCORES Galesburg Woodhull Galesburg Bloomington Galesburg Rock Island Galesburg East Peoria Galesburg Monmouth Galesburg Peoria Manual Galesburg Kewanee Galesburg Moline Galesburg Canton Galesburg East Moline Galesburg Corpus Christi Galesburg Rock Island Galesburg Pekin Galesburg Monmouth Galesburg Canton Galesburg Kewanee Galesburg Moline Galesburg Peoria Woodruff Galesburg East Moline First Row, left to right: Allenswortli, Quigley, lloopes, Haight, Still, -Brighton Second Row: B. Jacobs, Miller, Evans, Hayes, Pittman, Pacey. Third Rnw Baker, McFarland, Farrell, Carmichael, Yeager. 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GULF On the basis of their practice scores, Coach Gerald Phillips chose five men to represent the Streaks on the fairways. During the fall they participated in four matches in which they defeated Wood- ruff's Warriors twice, while Kewanee slipped them two defeats. With the coming of spring, golf got under way with two dual meets in which the Streaks were beaten by Pekin and won from Woodruff. In the Illini Conference, Kewanee took first placeg Pekin, second, Galesburg, thirdg and Woodruff and Man- ual, fourth and Hfth, respectively. The triangular medalist meet was won by Davenport with Kewanee and Galesburg taking second and third honors. CRCSS CCUNTRY TRACK Considering the fact that cross country was added to the sports slate this fall after a two-year lay-off, Coach Bob Hungerford's harriers enjoyed a very sue- cessful season. In the initial affair Woodrufffs War- riors downed the Streaks at Peoria, but a week later the Warriors were beaten at Geneseo when Galesburg placed sixth. With Moline and Rock Island tying for first, G.H.S. took third in the Northwest Conference at Kewanee. Improving con- stantly, the Streak harriers really got in gear as they swept by Kewanee in a dual meet and then won the Illini Conference crown by placing Cliff Van Dyke, sec- ondg Jerry Boynton, fourthg Jack Wells, fifthg Gail Harriman, seventh, and Boyce Wright, eleventh. Galesburg was dis- qualified at the -lov Invitational due to one team member failing to flnishg and in their sectional at Peoria the cross country team ended their season by taking fourth Dlace. Since Cliff Van Dyke garnered a fourth place medal in this meet, he was entitled to run in the state cross country finals at Champaign, where he placed twenty-Hrst in a field of over eighty. 98 Back Row, left to right: Mr. Hungerford, E. Middaugh, AI. Wells, R. Hend ricks, D. Robinson, H. McClurg, xl. Boynton, G. Harriman. First Row: C Van Dyke, Cv. Allcnsworth, G. johnson, B. W'right, L. Lentz, D. French, D Humes, P. DuVaIl. First Row: Clary, Van Dyke, Heck, Xvilkinson, G. Nelson, Middaugh, C. Swanson, Ll. Boynton, Hale, Humes, Hoopes. Second Row: Frymire, Flaar, Still, Peck, R. Nelson, W'ilkins, W'right, Xvhitman, Finley, Stephenson, R. Carroll, Pittman, DuVall, Carmichael. Third Row: Cole, Thompson, Pacey, McLean, R. Haight, R. Pittman, Thomas, Yeager, Adcock, C. Davis, Vlfilson, Quick. ASEB LL With seven lettermen from last year's finalists, Coach Charles Bednar developed a formidable diamond nine. Because their schedule was regularly interrupted by postponements due to rain, printing time came too soon to include the state-wide baseball tournament and several other im- portant games. After beating Corpus Christi in a warm-up game, the Streaks split a double-header with Moline in their Hrst Northwest Conference encounter. The Friars lost a return engagement, and Monmouth fell to G.I'I.S. when the Zip- pers were held without a hit. In their Illini Conference opener, Galesburg was edged by Manual's Rams, but in a double- header with Pekin they were forced to settle with a split. Bednar's most con- sistent lineup included: Swanson, Everist, or Cameron on first, Frakes on second, Davis on third, Lundeen, shortstop unless he pitched, Bob Hoopes moved to short and Hallberg took over the right field spot, johnson, center Held, Stevens, catcher, Bob and Dave Barstow, Lundeen, and Swanson worked on the mound. TRACK With several brilliant runners as .1 foundation, Coach C. C. Van Dyke made his 1947 track team one to be reckoned with as can be seen by the fact that they placed high in practically every major meet. The Streak tracksters easily won their own triangular with Abingdon and Knoxville in the first meet, but they took only sixth place at the tough Geneseo Relays. Although they were beaten by Kewanee in a dual meet, the Streaks placed third in the Kewanee Relays, where their crack two mile relay team composed of Nelson. Wilkinson, Heck, and Van Dyke set a new record. After taking second in a triangular with Can ton and Monmouth they pulled down a third in the Northvt est Conference and second in the Illini Conference, how- ever, printing time came too soon for the results of the District and State meets, and the Genesco Night Relays. I-irst Row, left to right: Frakes, McFarland Hoopes, D. Barstow, Lundeen, johnson, B. Bar- stow. Second Row: Mr. Bednar, Cohenour, Hall- berg, Davis, Cameron, Hicks, Swanson, Iiverist Stevens. Third Row: Simpson, Bell, Van Dell jones. V4 r i Lg , 5-, V .ff 5' tw, ggi? Don Hart Charles Kline Iirnest Xvedell CI-IEERI SECTIO Pep, the undying spirit of the school body, was roused to resounding heights this year by the cheer-leaders and Pep Club. The cheerleaders, both pony and varsity, throughout the year have lcd many vic- torious eheers for our football and basket- ball teams. At the State basketball tourna- ment many fine comments were made about our varsity cheerleaders. The varsity cheerleaders were Peggy Figg, Norma Erne, Clifford Loring. Bob Seibert, and Merle Baldwin. The pony cheerleaders were Nancy Wit- ham, Mary Witham, Pat Houk, Phyllis Johnson, and Virginia Cooley. The Pep Club worked with the cheer- leaders in promoting the pep of the student body. They hired buses for out-of-town 590 games, assisted in the planning of pep as- " '-'fx semblies, and reserved a section of the bleach- ers at home games for the student cheering section. The officers of this organization were Charles Kline, Don Hart, and Ernest Weelell. rl' ga- ' ' 5 , ,QM HQ, 4, ,, 5- ,I 3- 4 3 uf ef fo t 'T f ' I lv C ,' " T 0 nn , Nui Cliff Loring Merle Baldwin Bob Seibert Nancy W'itham Mary W'itham Norma Erne Peggy Figg Phyll johnson Pat Houk Ginny Cooley vice-president, Merle Baldwin, secretaryg at 7' CLUB The "G" Club, commonly referred to as Calesburg High Schoolis proudest organiza- tion, is composed of letter winners of all the major sports activities, which include foot- ball, cross country, golf, basketball, track. and baseball, plus those who qualify for let- ters through cheerleading or acting as man- agers. The club members are pledged to raise the standards of athletics as well as to make Ll successful school year by whole- heartedly supporting all other school activ- ities. Aldis Clary was this year's president, with Dick Cameron, vice-president: Dick Swanson, secretaryg and Cliff Van Dyke. treasurer in charge of the sale of pencils, pins, and transfers. The proceeds from the sale of these articles helped finance the clubis crowning event, the annual banquet honor- ing their parents. Each mother was pre- sented with a corsage at the banquet, which was held in the Hotel Custer's ballroom, where over one hundred and fifty heard an excellent speech by Dr. Frank Beech of the University of Illinois. The club's officers for next year are: Glynn johnson, presidentg Dick Swanson, and Jack Wfhitman, treasurer. VN, fx ,:. -- .,,, Back Row, left to right: Mr. lfish, Cflitf Yan Dyke, Mr. Phillips, l'1rst Row: Dirk Canneron, Aldis C.lary, Dick Swanson. Ax' fi MQ 1, O fl mln -'Es 11 Ki l A Ni D t .-. '49 lfirst Row: Dredge, willlK!11.ll1, Crogan, Olson, Benson. On Floor: Hillier, Peterson. liirst Row: D,1fNKlHV,,lUllD- Thomas. Second Row: NVright. Wills, lxverist, Hend- son, Seibert, Swanson, Loring, Stevens. Second Row ricks, Vfilson. Third Row: Baldwin, Quick, lfrakes, Vfilkinson, Davis, Hallberg, liogren, N1cl.eish, Thierry Peck, Ciarinicliael, Addis. lfleisher, Henderson, Turner. Third Row: Heck, Mid- dauglu, llarstow, Peterson, l,undt-en, lloopes, Boynton Carroll, Humes, Simpson 2 TRAMURALS Since every boy cannot participate in varsity and sophomore competition, an intramural pro- gram which includes thirty-seven sports has been set up. This program starts as soon as school begins and continues, with different sports in their respective seasons, until school closes. Soccer football, a game similar to regular football, inaugurated the intramural program in the fall. There are eleven men on a team and four teams in the league. Golf also started in the fall. This year competition was in the form of a consolation tournament with about forty boys competing. Horseshoe pitching, both singles and doubles, brought out one hundred students to play in a straight elimination tournament. Over five hundred students participated in co-recreational and boys' volleyball. Other fall activities were boys' ping-pong singles and doubles and Co-recreational doubles. The same set-up was used for badminton. One new sport for the fall season was archery. Qyer thirty enjoyed this game of skill. December brought on the biggest intramural sport of the year, basketball, with a double round robin tournament and an all-school .L sf X Q fu sf ,N s L. Mr. Bednar, . 1 Director of Intr.imur.ils tourney. Altogether 1,272 students partici- pated. The "Cadets,' won the senior league with "Fighting Irish" as second and "Red Raiders" taking third place. These three ad- vanced to the all school tourney along with "Rover Boys", "Trojans',, and "Wild Catsl' of the junior, and "Drug Store Cowboys" and "Advengers" of the sophomore class. jack Savidge's "Fighting Irish" were nosed out in the iinal game of the all-school tournament by "Rover Boys", headed by Bob Baker. This game was played at a Boys' Forum assembly. jack Savidge won the free throwing contest by making 56 out of 40 shots from the 15 foot stripe. Boys' bowling and eo-recreational bowling were carried on one evening a week at the Y.M.C.A. Little Leo Switzer set a new record this year with 202 for a single game. In january the "Stranglers" held their meet- ings. Inter-class swimming meets were held during this season also. The spring season brought outdoor sports events like softball, track and co-recreational tennis in which over 500 boys took part. There was a softball league and an interclass track meet. A double elimination handball was held, and a new sport, water polo, staged a two week run. The thirty-seventh sport, which ran the last six weeks was the decathlon. It was held during the student's free period. Last year's endurance champ was Louis Smith. inf- 'QV 'C'T"' Back Row, left to right: Shirley Hardister, Mary .lo Carlson. Front Row: Rose Ann Nelson, Ruth MeCulloeh, Betty liyerly. GIRLS' The Girls' Athletic Association was or- ganized to promote better sportsmanship, to stimulate leadership, and to help build strong- er and healthier girls in body and in mind. The G.A.A. of G.I-LS. for the school year of 1946 and 1947 was under the able advisors, Misses Wfanda Stasieluk, Clariee Kaehel, and Ida Hinz. The student Officers of this friendly organization were president, Ruth MeCulloehg vice-president, Rose Ann Nelsong corresponding secretary, Betty By- erlyg recording secretary, Mary jo Carlsong and treasurer, Shirley Hardister. These of- ficers were helped by the cabinet members, who were the heads of the various sports in which the girls participated. The sports and their respective leaders this year were: vol- levball, Helen Milroyg aerial darts, Marilyn Lasserg badminton, Bonnie Lindberg, table tennis, Shirley Cooleyg swimming, joan Von Drake, Norma Munson, and Phyllis Dyerg TI-ILETIC ASSCDCIATIO bowling, Juanita Davisg speedball, Maiilyn Lasserg basketball, Gerry Hall and Florence Garmang tennis, Ramona Chapin: archery, Marjorie Starr, and softball, Mary ,Io Carl- son and Pauline Sandberg. The special activities of the Girls' Ath- letie Association of the past year were the "Copper Carnivala' and a play day. The "Copper Carnival" had mam' interesting features such as .1 kissing booth, fortune teller. fish pond, cake walk, the biggest monkey in thc world, water show, and variety show. At the play day this organi- zation acted as hostess to the G.A.A. from Aledo, Alexis, Monmouth, and Willianisheld. 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