Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 120
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1950 volume:
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GALESBURG HIGH SCHOOL
I see you are coming in for some "undercover" stuff, and the stuff under this cover is
really for you. It seems, however, that before proceeding l'd better introduce myself.
My good friend Emily Post says it's the thing to do, but l'm sure you all know me any-
way. l'rn Streaky, descendent of a "long" line of dachshunds who have been watching
over Galesburg Senior High for as long as I can remember.
See that beautiful building to my left? That's our special kennel that we know as
GHS. Then as you proceed on through this book, you'll meet the whole clan and see a
few of our "dog days." We only call them dog days for the sake of convention, but really
they're the best years of our lives!
Step right inside, and you'll meet the "kennel keepers." Well, that's what I call them,
but the kids refer to them as the faculty. You'll see how we spend our time and how We
have our fun. You'll see our "battle royals" in sports, and you'll see our own GHS as we
know it and love it.
It has been my job to look after GHS and guide the kids along. From their first
awkward year to their last successful one I've watched them as they carry on the tradi-
tions of our school. I've watched the sophomores trying to find the right room. I've
watched them adjust themselves as juniors. As seniors, I've watched them hurry around
trading pictures and thinking intently of the future. I've seen the kids reading BUDGETS
and signing each other's REFLECTOBS. I've joined them while at their work and play.
Well, why not come and join me as I review this past school year? Shall we go?
This is GHS: our school and halls of
learning tor three years. We'Ve walked
through these corridors without giving
them much thought, but now as We
look at them we begin to think. Each
hall and stairway led us to a class room
Where we learned and studied. They
led us to fun and sometimes more un-
pleasant things. Here We meet our
friends and teachers. Here we come
and go, and now we look upon you,
GHS, and say it's been great. We wo1'1't
forget your long corridors. We won't
forget you and your many classrooms.
No, GHS, We Won't forget.
This is the spirit of GHS. This is her
livelihood. These are her echoes ot
laughter, and these are our memories
ot exams and classes. This is her tight-
ing body that has won and lost. The
years may bring new faces and lose
others, but the spirit does not change.
It is an indestructible thing.
Meet them .... you may already
know them, and you may be one ot
them. GHS is proud of her spirit. This
spirit and the friendly halls make GHS
what we shall remember.
MISS VELMA PAY WHITE
We dedicate this 1950 yearbook to the memory of one who dedicated her
life-'s work so that others could be happy. Miss Velma Fay White is a name
that will forever live in the halls of GHS and the hearts of her friends.
We'll remember her as a guide in our educational life, for she was a great
teacher. We'll remember her as a guide in our personal life, for our problems
were hers. Above all we shall remember her for the woman that she was,
outstanding and loved by all who knew her.
She was like a mirror of goodness, because all who looked at her could not
help but reflect a bit of this same virtue. Through working with her we have
learned the way of righteousness. Through knowing her we have learned the
way of true friendship. Through watching her we have learned that she had no
enemies, for her philosophy of life came from the Great Teacher. Through
losing her we experienced the loss of one very dear to our hearts and yet her
ways shall never be lost, for they will live on long after her.
It is surely only fitting that we dedicate our yearbook to one so deserving.
Our only regret is that we must leave so much unsaid, but it lies beyond our
power to rightfully express our gratitude. To your memory, Miss White, let us
say that this is our way of sincerely thanking you for the many great things
attributed by your work and winning ways. All that knew you and those that
wished they had known you better shall never forget you, the friend who
meant so much to them. This is our small tribute to you, Miss Velma White.
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MR. R. V. LINDSEY
This is Mr. Richard V. Lindsey, our super-
intendent of schools, who has been holding
the leash for eleven years. Since our high
school is so crowded, he has his office across
the street in the public library-just a short
trot from here.
Mr. Lindsey frets over having so many
students in the school system and over the
crowded conditions. As fast as one group of
seniors moves out, a larger group of first
graders moves in. This causes Mr. Lindsey
considerable trouble, for as it says in one's
physics book, two things cannot occupy the
same space at the same time.
Some of his duties are planning the annual
budget, determining the educational needs of
the city, and working with the school board.
Under his capable supervision our school
system will be able to uphold its high
standard of education.
BOARD CF EDLICATICN
As l was nosing around the
library looking for "The Fire
Hydrant and l" by A. Cocker
Spaniel, l went through a door
only to interrupt a meeting of
the Board of Education, a seven
member group to whom we owe
gratitude for our well organized
The fact that they were work-
ing so sincerely convinced me
that they were not "bored of
education." Upon closer exam-
ination of their papers I found
some preliminary plans for a
new high school. They told me
that they hope this miraculous
kennel with a campus large
enough to play "Capture the
Feline" will be in use five years
These members are elected
by the people and each member
devotes much time to improve-
ment of our schools and welfare
of the students. We wish to
express our thanks to them.
Mr. W. Moon Mr. I. Isley Mr. H. Whitman Mr. F. Moberg
Mr. R. Lucas Mr. C. Gittings Mr. T. Bullman Mr. C. Smith
Here's a great man you'll all have to meet.
He has been principal of GHS for many suc-
cessful years. This success is due to his
capable leadership and understanding. He's
also chief "bone-keeper" and l'm told he does
a capable job ot that too.
Mr. Wooley holds a position of great honor,
that of influencing the lives of today's youth
and tomorroW's citizens. He even influences
my life. Serving as a psychology teacher, he
has been analyzing me and trying to discover
the basis for my claustrophobia. IMy fear of
being closed in by a hot-dog bun.l Along with
understanding dachshunds, he also understands
the present day teenager. Mr. Wooley has en-
couraged the addition of many beneficial courses
that prepare the student to meet the problems
he must soon face.
Along With duties, Mr. Wooley has many re-
sponsibilities Which require able supervision.
Believe me, a school of about fifty teachers, one
thousand students, and one dachshund is a re-
sponsibility! His friendly smile, warm per-
sonality, and democratic ideals are familiar to
MRS. PAULINE WERNEFI
Mrs. Pauline Werner has
often called us to the office
to check on an attendance slip
that turned up from nowhere.
Attendance is her task.
Mrs. Donaldson has the corn-
plicated task of keeping the
students' records in order. Her
job in the office keeps her
MRS. ELSIE PATANELLA
Mrs. Elsie Patanella is a fa-
miliar sight runninq to and
from Mr. Wooley's office. Serv-
ing as his private secretary,
she is kept quite busy.
If I knocked on the door that said "Dean of
Girls," do you know what I would be doing? I'd
be bruising my knuckles, that's what! lt is
seldom that you find that particular door closed.
Whose smiling face appears behind the desk?
It's our Dean of Girls, Miss Sylvia Ryin, who for
the past several years has been sitting behind
that same desk, ready to help in one way or
You know why I went through that door,
don't you? I had a nasty fight with a beastly
St. Bernard. This Dean of Girls is great stuff.
Besides hearing about all my woes and whims,
she finds time in her busy schedule to be the
capable advisor of Girls' Service League. Strug-
gling with their problems and encouraging the
league's workers is a dog's life, if I ever saw one.
Several years ago, Student Council gained
Miss Ryin as a co-sponsor. She must not only
work with SC but also push the other organiza-
tions so that they'll keep going, too.
It is not always easy for her, but it's wonderful
for GHS, and we thank her sincerely.
I'll never forget the time l was sent to Mr.
Goodwin. "Streaky, will you please leave this
room immediately?" And so slowly and hesi-
tantly l made the too short trip to the office. My
silklike ears drooping hopelessly and feeling
like a mistreated mongrel, I took a chair outside
the dean's office. In front of me in big black
letters were the words Dean Goodwin. My ears
burn, my temperature rises, the halls echo my
thoughts. Oh! why did I throw that spitball?
The next chair in which I sat was facing the
dean. It seemed that in a matter of seconds my
terror faded. l liked him! Say, he wasn't bad
Mr. Goodwin has been dean of boys for four
years, and each year he has sponsored the
Student Council and the Boys' Forum success-
fully. Sincerely interested in the work and
welfare of the students, he has been a towering
inspiration to them and they have come to him
for help and guidance. He really deserves the
respect and credit given to him by both the
faculty and the students.
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Have you ever strolled down the halls of GHS and had the cringing feeling that in each room there
was a teacher? Well, you shouldn't have! They're educating citizens of the future and doing a great
job of it, too. lt's merely a traditional joke to speak of the teachers as We often do, but you know as well
as I that We owe them a great deal.
The staff of fifty teachers works together throughout the year, and as an expert on "'dogmatics," l'd
say the faculty's doctrine is beneficial to GHS in every Way.
The benefits l've gained from my years at GHS are too numerous to mention but l must say that
much may be accredited to the guidance of the faculty. They are always ready for consultation With
students and dachshunds who are in need of advice and help in social or educational problems. Our
faculty at Galesburg High School deserves the respect of all the students, and they certainly have
JOHN AITCHISON HAZEL ANDERSON
KERMIT ALLEN RACHEL ANDERSON
RAMONA AMUNDSEN CHARLES BEDNAR
Art Physical Education
ROLAND I-IEGG MARIORIE HOLTHER
ROBERT I-IENDRICKS ROBERT HUNGERFORD
VIRGINIA HINCI-ILIFF ELLEN IRVINE
I. D. LESTER
WAYNE MCCORMICK DOROTHY OCONNOR
TED MANSAGER HELEN OLSON
Social Studies English
HAZEL MONTROSE GERALD PHILLIPS
Nurse Physical Educaiion
MARY LOU WINTER
RUTH STACY CLIFFORD VanDYKE
Commercial Physical Education
MARTIN SWANSON HOWARD WHITCOMB
WILLIAM TURNER MOLLY WILKENS
Languages Physical Education
ALAN KILLINGSWORTH MR. H. WHITCOMB
Treasurer Senior Advisor
Well, Well, look at what We have here . . . seniors! Say, they sure do look pleased with themselves,
but l can't say that I blame them. After all, they've done a beautiful job with the opportunities and
advantages that GHS has offered them.
Now, who are these five cheerful looking people? Why, it's Don Stoffel, president of the seniors, and
his assistants Chuck Boothe, Allan Killingsworth, and Dick Bogard. Funny, they don't look too Weighted
down by their burden: but, of course, they've always got Mr. Whitcomb to help them out.
You know, some of these seniors look mighty thoughtful. l guess they're remembering the wonder-
ful basketball games, football played in the rain, assemblies, parties, and other activities that GHS had
offered them. They've set a high standard for the future classes to follow in all phases of GHS life.
ADAMS, SARA . . , Circulation ed. of publications . . . smiles
. . . future journalist . . . O G S
ADCOCK, EDWARD . . . Friendly future farmer . , . "Swing your
partner" . . . gunning for game
ADCOCK, MARY . . . Heads the PHA . . . strawberry blonde
with guiet manner . . . prospective steno.
AHLINE, FRED . . . Greenfeyed Swede . . , expert golfer , ,
Pep Club rep .... Long Beach bound
ALLEN, ERMA , . . Blue-eyed bowler . . . our friend Erma . .
likes to sew and skate
ANDERSON, AUDREY , , . Petite and reserved . . . secretarial
ambition . . . co-op worker
ANDERSON, DONNA IEAN . . Ambitionfsecretary . . APPLEBEY, DONALD . . . All out for Intramurals . . . fellow of
"Don's" favorite is sewing few worries , . . 2nd Casey Iones
ANDERSON, ROBERT . , . Ouiet FDA worker . . . pilots a ARMSTRONG, RAYMOND . . . Runs the reels . , . blackberry
motor-bike . . . Bob's a ping-pong player pie consumer . . . usher
ANSON, FRANCINE . . . GSL "big sister" . . . super swimmer BAARS, MARY . . . Prospective Florence Nightingale . . . Cen-
. . . cute and smart ter addict . . . slim blonde
BACON, GEORGE . . . Specs . , . dreamer de-luxe . . . ham- BEEBE, BONNIE IEAN , . . Pert and pretty . . . efficient GAA
burger happy Board member . . . peck of fun
BAGES, KATHERINE . . . Sports enthusiast . . . serves on GAA BENGTSON, SYLVIA . V . Artistic ambition . . . NHS . . . SC
board . . . brown-eyed Katie veteran . . . BUDGET art editor
BANDY, IACK . . . Versatile virtuoso . . . fun to know . BLAKENEY, ROBERT . . . Heap big medicine man . . . "More
guard on the gridiron fried chicken" . . . college bound
BLEDSOE, LEONA , . . Aspiring Bible school teacher . . . active BODEEN, MARIAN . . . Holds her advisory gavel . , . GAA
a cappellist booster . . . will wear a white cap
BLUE, ELIZABETH , , , GAA enthusiast , , , galdilocks , , BODENHAMER, CHARLOTTE . . . Small lass . . . headed for
"Betsy" . . . handles the advisory pennies the business world . . . brown-eyed bookworm
BOCOX, NADINE . . . Captivating Cabinet member . . . nurse BOGARD, DICK . . . Guards the gridiron . . , BUDGET ad.
. . . merry eyes and sweet smile UIGTIGQGF - - - GHS "G" H1511
BOHANNAN, MERRILL. . . "Bolo" 's a baseball boy . . . shy guy BOYER, NORMALEE , . . One of our future homemakers . .
, , , rates our OK future fashion designer . . . petite blonde
BOOTHE, CHARLES . . . Grid kid . . . sportsminded . . . SC BRADBURY, IOAN . . . Magnetic majorette . . . curly lox . .
worker . happy Charlie always radiates charm
BOWER, MARTHA . . . Tiny terrific treasurer of NHS . . . FTA BROWN, CHARLES . . . Plans to push the plow . . . runs cross
. . . Student Council . . . future co-ed country . . . FFA treasurer
BROWN, IOAN . . . Hard working Future Distributor of America
. . . missionary minded Miss
BRYNGELSON, BEVERLY . . . Vim, vigor, and vitality . . . GSL
rep . . . good sport of sports
BULLMAN, MARY MAY . . . Perl: but patient pianist . .
biology club . , . a fish in food and habit
BURNETT, CAROLYN . . . Versatile violinist . . . newcomer to
GHS . . . Music Honor League
BURNETTE, ALICE LOUISE . . . Commercial field is calling . .
her choice-chicken . . . sew inclined
BUTLER, HAROLD . . . Terrific tackle . . . Yorkton next , .
Charlie's favorite-French fries
CARLSON, EVELYN . . . Hard working FDA member . . . Umm CARMICI-IAEL, ORVILLE . , . Boys' Forum banker . , . "G" club
strawberry shortcake , . . cross-word puzzles . . . ambition--civil service agent
CARLSON, RICHARD . . . Fairway fanatic . . . Boys' Forum Cf-IILDERS, DONALD . . , Brown-haired, blue-eyed intramuralist
rep .... plans to pursue printing , . . mischief maker . , . fun
CARLTON, MARY . . . Twinkle toes . . . sports addict . . . chop CI-IRISTOFFERSON, MARY ANNE . . . A cappella asset . . . FTA
suey special . . . nursing calls financier . . . REFLECTOR staff , . , adv. prexy
CLARK, ERROL . . Track's his treat . . . favorite food, chicken COLLOPY, VERNA , . . Pleasing puzzle pursuer . . . "Number,
. . . senior class cut-up please" . . . 5 foot 2, eyes of blue
CLARKE, DOROTHY . . . GAA enthusiast . . . Latin minded COOK, BETTILEE . . . Captivating cut-up . . . we call her "Bettl"
. . . GSL committee head . . . Knox's next . . . cut files ed .... scissor happy
COFFEY, SHIRLEY . . . Shirl loves to dance . . . cookies and COOK, DEAN . . . Bass boy in the band . . . high ranking Boy
Coffey . . . prospective pulse taker Scout . . . makes model racers
COUPLAND, GLADYS . . . Blue-eyed canary . . . "Pass the
COURTRIGHT, PATRICIA ANN . . . Dark eyes . . , FDA note
keeper . . . to be a be-autician
COX, DONALD , . . Banker for "G" Club . . . everybody's
friend . . . "Dee Dee" leads the cheers
COZIAI-IR, ALICE . . . Superlative skater . . . "Nuts" , . . Future
Distributor of America
CRAIG, IOAN . . . GAA recording sec .... "Allemande left'
. . . "Iosie"
CROSS, DEAN . . . Ball, bat, and base boy . . . apple pie downel
. . . a man of few words
DALTON, RICHARD . . . Water wing tNavy-air corpsl . . . order
of arrow . . . prize prominader
DANIELSON, IO ANNE . . . Energetic GAA Board member . . .
"Ioey" . . . bubbles with enthusiasm
DARNELL, BETTY . . . Fiddler in the orchestra . . . gal with
brains . . . nice to know . . . Ml-IL fmmvf
DAVIS, RICHARD . . . Goes for girls . . . sports minded . . .
devilish guy who loves cherry pie
DAVIDSON, RODNEY . . . Streak hurler . . . FEA vice pres. .
prospective plow pusher
DELONG, DONNA . . . Luigi lover . . . drama's her field . . .
NHS . . . REFLECTOR co-ed .... Stage Call pres.
DENLY, DONNA . . . Music minded Miss . . . friendly . . DEWEESE, WILLIAM . . , FDA prexy . . . super salesman . .
future angel of mercy cherry pie fanatic
DESPAIN, DELORES . . . "Dee" 's Boulder bound . . . typing DIEHL, FRANCES . . . Nursing next . . . recipe collector . .
and shorthand specialist newcomer to GI-IS
DEULEN, ANNILEE . . . Brown hair, brown eyes, Brown's Busi- DUNLEVEY, IAMES . . . Heads O 6- S . . . intramuralist . .
ness College . . . "Tiny" publications sports . . . journalistic
DURBIN, DONALD . . . Baseball . . . baseball . . . baseball ECKMAN, PATSY . . . Sweetness supreme . . . secretarial am-
. . . baseball . . , baseball batty bitions . . . heading for Brown's
DYER, MARTHA . . . GAA prexy . . . sweet songstress EDWARDS, ROBERTA , . . Aims for Ames tla.l . . . faithful
versatile sportswoman . . . hankering for horses SGFVGI' of GSL . . . Sweet and Shy
EARY, IACK . . . Plays football with the Streaks . . . electrical EDWARDSON, DONNA . . . Goes all out for Student Council
engineer . . . SC . . . out-door man . . . "big sister" . . . REFLECTOR . . . capable
eat . . . spends leisure time fishing
and gun man . . . the cinder track
. . . NHS . . . fashion plate plus
PINNEY, BARBARA , . . FDA . .
, . . "I'll have a malt"
FRAMBES, MARY ANN . . . "Take
brown-eyed GSL worker
EDWARDSON, WILLIAM . . . Nature Boy's buddy . . . likes to
EMERY, ROBERT . . . Cross Country . . , Center fan . . . rod
EVERIST, MARY ANN . . . Engineers CSL . . . pert index editor
FARRELL, PATTY . . . Dance enthusiast . . . candidate for busi-
. "Dixie" 's a GSL booster
a letter, Miss Frarnltesn .
FRANCISCO, REGINALD . . . Streaks' distance man . . . plans GALII-IER, IOYCE . . . Be-bop Ian . . . last seen at the Center
to set type . . . cake eating cut-up . . . part-time co-op worker
FULLERTON, VERAIEAN . . . College prospect . . . violinist GARFIELD, DONNA . . . FDA . . . secret talent-singing . .
de-luxe will "slave over a hot stove" thousewifel
FURROW, MARIORIE . . . NI-IS . . . asset to Cornet section GATLIN, WILLARD . . . Pep Club rep ..,. stage crew Worker
. . . Music Honor League . . . "little Willy"
GERSTENBERGER, CHARLES , , , Has Served SC three years GLENDENING, VIRGIL . . . Passion for pastry . , . ladies' man
. . . "Cheeta" . . . tops in basketball . . . Willing worker for Boys' Forum
GILLENWATER, PATRICIA . , . "I-Iello, Fe-lla" . . . sighs for Gooma, IANE - - - publicize GSL - ' - backstaqe worker . .
Eddy Howard I . . brown-eyed GSL model h5HdY with ihe Pailll brush
GLAS, TED . . . Over hill, over dale . . . hard-working Boys' GRANT, DEAN . . . French hom specialist . . , future in business
Forum rep .... basketballs his line world . . . helps out on BF Cabinet '
GRAVES, DOROTHY . . After graduation: model or mate . . GRIGSBY, WILLIAM . . . Visual aids boy . . . BF , . . future
excels in GAA . . . usherette in radio . . . smart guy
GRIFFITH, PHYLLIS . . . Perfect pen pal . . . REFLECTOR key- GROVER, IAMES . . . Model plane fan . . . Iirn . . . BF . .
tapper . . . poetess Phyl follows the Future Farmers
GRIFFITH, RAYMOND . . . Sports a scooter . . . intramural GUTIERREZ, NORMA . . . Friend of ally liked by all . . . pert
sportser . . . Ray's mechanical-minded n' perty . . . dancer deluxe
HALL, DONALD . . . "Pass the pumpkin pie" . . . FDA . . HARRIS, PATRICIA . . . Monmouth High School's loss . .
business education teacher sweet and shy . . . pianist Pat
HANKS, BARBARA . . . Brown-haired Barbie . . . likable GSL HARRIS, RUTH . . . Mid-year graduate . . . SAA . . . favorites
Cabinet member . . . REFLECTOR worker are ham and sweet potatoes . . . GSL
HARPER, IAMES . . . Plays trumpet as no one else can . . HARVEY, PHYLLIS . . . Possible pulse pincher , . . craves cake
orchestra . . , golfer a la-mode . . . Canasta crazy
HARVEY, WARREN . . . Industrious lad from Bednar's fold . . .
"Give me liberty or give me death"
HAWKINS, EUGENE . . . Motorcycle master . . . brown-eyed
half-pint . . . "Gene" 's machine mad
HECK, VERLE . . . Future Farmers of America . , . "oh, Heck"
. . . quiet fellow
HERCHE, BETTY . . . Desires department in store . . . invites
for GSL . . . friendly
HERTENSTEIN, DEAN . . . Pigskin preferred . . . shelf in Boys'
Forum Cabinet . , . happy hunter
HESS, BILLIE . . . Blonde beauty culturist . . . friendly FHA-er
. . . spaghetti fever
HICKS, MARILYN . . . Sweet tooth . . . quiet, blue-eyed GSL
backer . . . Brown's her bait
HILL, KATHERINE . . , Hopeful homemaker . . . friendly
farmerette . . . quiet, brown-haired "Katy"
HILL, THEETIS . . . Picks pie as favorite . . . anxious for farm
of his own . . . BF
HORN, FRED . . . Anchors aweiqh for Fred . . . quiet Boys'
Forum member . . . plays the pin balls
HOWARD, DONALD . . . Dark-eyed Don . . . ice cream fan . . .
undecided about future plans
HOWLAND, ALPHA GAY . . . Green eyes . . .
"Alphie" 's a REFLECTOR worker
I-IILLIER, RICHARD . . . Manages the varsity . . . loyal "G"
Club member . . . hot-rod happy
HOFFMAN, KATHERINE . . . Passion for piano playing . .
sweet and quiet . . . Future Distributor
HOLLINGSWORTH, IOE . . . Wants to dive in the deep . .
brown hair, brown eyes . . , favorite is spaghetti
HUFFAKER, DARLENE . . . Advisory prexy . . . artistic minded
. . . letter correspondent
HUFFMAN, PATRICIA . . . Future farmerette . . . blends her
voice with the choir
HUGHEY, RICHARD . . . Wants to be second Rockefeller . .
chocolate malts . . . "Hugo"
HULICK DONALD Bus favors noodles future pro
cage player fair haired
HUNTER ALICE GSL vice president REFLECTOR
perk, petite cheerleader . . .
HURT, IO ANN . . . Studying for stenography . . . keeper of
the Costumes . . , strikes and spares
HUSMANN, DONNA . . . Quill and Scroll . . . REFLECTOR co-ed.
. . . SC . . . "short cut" . . . thrills
HYMAN, WILMA . . . Petite pop-corn pepper . . . willing
worker for GSL . . . "Ianie"
INGERSOLL, SELMA . . . Passion for pineapple . . . home artist
. . . slender "Si" . . . GSL
IACOBS, ALICE FAYE . . . Sews a fine seam . . . bowls 'em
over . . . future beautician
IACOBS, DONALD . . . Head man in visual aids . . . guy with
a gun . . , lake's a future medic
IEWSBURY, IEAN . . . lmpish exchange editor . . . SC . .
amiable alto . . . GSL scrapbook chairman
IOHNSON, ALVIN . . . Wood worker . . . Future Farmer of
America . . . "Al" . . . ice cream fiend
IOHNSON, PHILLIP . . . Likeable, laughable fella . . . blonde,
IOHNSON, ROLAND . . . Listed as an intramural active . .
"Bubby" 's ambition is pattern making
IORDAN, DELBERT . . . Athletic addition to the Streaks . . KILLINGSWORTH, ALAN . . , Triple threat athlete . . . Boys'
"Delbie" . . . tracks the tracks Chunterl Forum chief . . . vice-pres. "G" Club
KEENE, HOWARD . . . "Keene" of football fame . . . Pep Club KIMMITT, IACK . . . Versatile art major . . . football and track
prexy . . . all-state sportster . . . dynamic drum dancer
KILGORE, WESLEY . . , Future retail Worker at BroWn's . . KIMMITT, WILLIAM . . . Boys' Forum cabinet . , . "square your
spaghetti consumer . . . outdoor man set" . . . baseball booster
KINTON, ALYCE . . . Her choice-cheeseburqers . . . FDA KUHL, PATRICIA . . , Last seen at the beach . . . future curl-
. . . merry melodies setter . . . vivacious gal
KIRKBRIDE, DALE . . . Manages the Streaks . . . NHS . . KUNKLE, MARY . . . lmport from Wataga . . . likable lass .
ambition: test tube artist "Boots" is headed for home nursing
KLAPP, EARL . . . A medic, maybe . . . sings with the bass LAGE, GLENDALE . . . Whistles for his work . . . FDA . .
section . . . chicken every Sunday record collector . . . Boys' Forum rep.
LANDON, MARY LOU . . . Future Teacher . . . goofy over golf
. . . Knox next . . . REFLECTOR staff
LARNER, FREDERICK . . . Knox this fall . , . Future Teacher of
America . . . collector of discs
LARSON, DONNA . . . Future pencil pusher Csecretaryl . .
thrives on apples . . . GSL
LASSER, DONALD . . . One of the gang . . . rates tops in intra-
murals . . . ambition: attorney
LEAF, IOSEPHINE . . . Advisory banlcerette . . . future Knoxite
. . . friendly music major
LENTZ, WILMA . . . Booster for GSL , . . plans to be a stenog-
rapher . . . "love those tenderloinsu
.xy A ,
LENZ, SHIRLEY . . . Likable lass . . . delightful dancer . .
Shirley has talent for cooking
LEON, MARY . . . GSL Cabinet member . . . GAA gal , .
keeps notes on FDA . . . swimming pool addict
LEVEY, MARY . , . Stellar GAA'ster . . . super songstress . .
dark-haired Mary favors Shortcake
LINE, IOHN . . . Intramurals . . . Future Farmers of America
. . . loyal member of Adv. 211
LINGWALL, MARILYN . . . Captivating clarinetist in the band
. , . future steno from BroWn's . . . Ml-IL
LITTLE, IOYCE . . . Money keeper for GSL . , . scheduling co-
ed. of REFLECTOR . . . gorgeous golfer
LIEBER, CLARICE . . . Leads the way in FTA . . , GAA . .
artistically inclined . . . pretty, versatile
LINDBERG, WELDON . . . Betters the baseball team . . . one
steak, rare . , . last heard snoring
LINDEEN, GALE , . . Future Distributor cf America . . . big
eater who likes to hunt
LITVIN, ROY . . . "LeRoy"'s a lover of good food . . . am-
bition: to sell cars . . . FDA
LONG, GORDON . . . Music mad . . . French Club secretary
. . . hearty l-Iarmoneer . . devours devils food cake
LOSO, DONALD . . . I-Iarmonizes with Harmoneers . . . FAA
reporter . . . aims at college diploma
LOUTTIT, RICHARD . . . Pigskin predictions . . . likable NHS LUNA, TONY Dark hair cl hunter Nick s a pie fiend
member , . . managing ed. for BUDGET . . . Q 6- S . . . goes all out for intramurals
LOVE, STERLING . . . All-American Boy . . . special talent in LUNDQUIST WILLIAM Stars on the hardwood
track . . . bookworm at heart Club chief Willie tee man
LOVITT, CRAIG . . . Editor-in-chief of the BUDGET . . . Lawyer LUVALL SHIRLEY Toes the mark in Totem Tom Tom
Lovitt . . . honor student . . . SC tops in art chic senior future co ed
MCCALL, JAMES . . . Potatoes preferred . , . Boys' Forum rep. MACDONALD IAMES Letterman in football basketball and
. . . McCall favors Macomb U .... intramurals track . Mac s a Harrnoneer SC rep
McCLURG, ROBERT . . . Bachelor Bob . . . intramural interests MALCOLM PAYE Terrific tumbler efficient equestrienne
. . . Illinois inclined . . . SC . . . wants to pilot an airplane
MCCOMBS, AUDREY . . . Personality plus-plus . . . active office MANWORREN EDWARD Capable cadet Sharkey
holder . . . "Arid" . . . masters music . . . on to Urbana Super Swlmmer
l MARTINEZ, RITA . . . Short and quiet . . baseball's her pastime
l . . . amiable and athletic
' MARTINSON, OMER . . . Trips around the track . . . wants a
new car . . . basketball batty
MATTHEWS, ALMA LEE . . . "Spotlight Fashions" stylist . ,
i future coeed . . . likable Cabinet member
MELLICAN, IOI-IN . . . Master of "Latina lingua" . . . headed
for Notre Dame . . . junior Einstein
MILLER, IANET . . . Music-minded majorette . . . Ian's a Center
fan . . . twinkling toes
MILLER, NORMA . . . Vivacious choir vocalist . , . sweet smile
. . . "Normie" Wants an art career
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MILLS, ARTHUR . . . Boys' Forum booster . . . hamburger MUELDER, RICHARD . . . Knox beckons . . . "Mildew" has his
booster . . . radio rates with him own ideas . . . fits feet, sells shoes
MOREHEAD, RONALD . . . Anchors aweigh . . . diet centers MURPHY, IACK . . . Salesman supreme . . . shows the shows
round French fries . . . scoots along . . . Hallemande left" . . . Colorado U.
MORRISON, WILLIAM . . . Easy-going Stage Call member . . MURRAY, KEITH . . . Colossal cross countryist . . . future
happy "ham" operator . . . shutter-bug diesel driver . . . cheerful cut-up
MYERS, KATHRYN . . . Sweet smiles . . . Katy's SAA sec. , . NELSON, ANN . . . Speed ball specialist . . . outdoor girl . .
looks toward the IJUSIHGSS world vivacious future Augustana co-ed
MYLER, HAROLD . . . Monstrous meatloaf muncher . . . "Happy" NELSON, DEBORAH , , , NHS vice prexy , , , very likable lass
. . . capable Cabinet maker , , , GAA Bgard member
NAPE, MARIORIE . . . College corridors call . . . French fry NELSON, IANE . . . Pep and personality . . . GSL scribe . .
fan . . . Marge dotes on dancing O G S . . . senior copy editor
NELSON, STANLEY . . . Farms in his future . . . smiley . .
Stan screams for ice cream
NELSON, WILLIAM . . . Student Council prexy . . . "docey-doe"
. . . end letterman on the gridiron
NEUHAUS, HAROLD . . . Last seen behind an 8-ball . . . 212
SAA treasurer . . . polka dots . . . Model A
NICHOLS, THOMAS . . . Business man of tomorrow . . . movie
goer . . . U. of I. is his choice
NICKAS, GRACE . , . Tickles the ivories . . . friendly GSL'er
. . . quiet and competent
NORTON, MARY . . . Future Distributor of America . . . costume
creator . . . nice to know
OBENLANDER, SARA IANE . . . Beauteous blonde copy ed.
. . . O G S . . . National Honorite . . . chic Knox co-ed
OLSON, MARIAN . . . Maybe model . . . blonde agua-maid . .
jolly GSL member
OLSON, RUSSELL . . . Water boy Cswimsl . . . Russ is a future
farmer . . . for leisure fun: fishing
PASCOE, lACK . , . Mischievous mite . . . super skater .
Navy next . . . good Ioe who's nice to know
PATTERSON, IOANNE . , . Last seen at the glass house . .
future career girl . . . FHA . . . FDA
PATTERSON, RICHARD . , . Turtle's a treat for him . . . Streak
manager . . , "Pat" favors basketball
PAVLAT, IONE . . . Brown-eyed bowler . , . candidate headed PETERS, IAMES . . . Penny-pincher for advisory . . . deals
for business world the deck . . . next is the Navy
PEARSON, RONALD . . . Phantom four comic . . . "Snorina 32" PETERSON, DONALD , . . Backs the Boys' Forum . . . Pete's
. . . Pep Club active future is undecided . . . quiet and likeable
PEDIGO, RAYMOND . . . Sports rate with Ray . . . Intramural PETERSON, DONALD LEE . . . Artist , , . student of chemical
addict - - - fO0d fdflaiifi engineering . . . University of lll.
PLANK, IOHN . . , "Trail of the Lonesome Pine" . . . book- PROCTOR, ELEANOR . . . Seeks a secretarial career . , . ath-
keeping boy . . . Totem dancer letically inclined . . . cherry pie
PLUMMER, MARIORIE . . . Desires to be dietitian . , . "Plum" OUAAS, IOANNE . . . Strikes and spares . . . super swimmer
. . . REFLECTOR index staff . . . senior council
PRINCE, DOLORES . . . Neat 'n nice . . . Student Council . . OUINLIN, VERNA . . . Cadet captain . . . part-time worker at
wants to be an assistant surgeon "Ferms" . . . future stenographer
RABENAU, DONALD . . . Totem'Tom-Tom sufterer . . . "swell"
. . . Don stars in swimminq
RAMIREZ, EULALIO . . . "Lolly" has a crave for chicken . .
loyal to GHS intramurals
REES, ROBERT . . . Tall, dark and handsome . . . one of Mr.
Donaldson's fellas . , . easy-qoinq
REVELES, ANDY . . . Darkehaired romeo . . . likes to take things
easy . . . interested in intramurals
3 RICHARDSON, ROBERT . , . Brown-haired, brown-eyed hunter
A . . . Bob . . . northward to Northwestern
RILEY, NORMA JEAN . . . Steady GSL Cabinet member . . . ice-
skating . . . secretarial ambitions
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RIPPEL, FRED . . . Touchdown king . . . homecoming ruler . . ROBSON, IOHN . . . Future in farming . . . neighbor frorn
all round sport-star . . . BF rep. Wataqa . . . Student Council
ROBINSON, PANSY , . . Revels in records . . . jovial jokester ROELLE, IACK , , , Vgcal Vafiaqim-,S in Hafmgngefg , , 4 foot.
. . . fair future air hOSteSS ball letterman . . . popular trackster
ROBINSON, PAUL . . . Scientific minded . . . qoing far away ROOT, IOANNE . . . 'Wears a band uniform . . . studying for
to Washington U .... outdoor man Stenoqraphy , , , cute and quiet
ROSS' IANICE , , . G61 with the golden locks , , , Cadet , , SCHWANKE, EUGENE . . . Cross country sprinter . . . head of
accomplished mermaid . , . smiles NHS - - - YJGSS v0Ca1S ifl the ChOif
RYLANDER, BARBARA , . , Backs the Girls' Athletic Associa- SCOTT, ERNEST . , . Versatile letterman . . . call him "Scotty"
tion . . . likeable lass . - - Spare time Dhotoqrapher
SCHULZ, SHIRLEY . . . "Sid" , , . sports-minded . . . secretarial SCRIVEN, MAXINE . . . Pretty "Mickey" . . . able afternoon
ambitions . . . tiny but terrific office worker . . . topped off with blondness
SEDWICK, LOIS . . . Shy qal with sweet smile . . . horses . . . SHARP, DONNA . . . Scrape-s scrap for scrapbocks . . . business
future salesclerlc . . . hamburgers college bound . . . sharp secretary
SETTERDAHL, FRANCIS . . . Gal with a gun . . . expert SHEETS, NANCY . . . Piano perfectionist . . . chooses chocolate
equestrienne . . . "Babs" 's weakness: cake . . . pretty blonde . . . MHL
SHANNON, MARCIA . , . One of the gym's girls . . . future SHINN, MILDRED . . . Next fall at Knox . . . horse happy . . .
PE instructor . . . VVestern's next Wants to be a nurse
SHORE, IOAN . . . Center supporter . . . tiny blonde "co-oper" SMEAD, WILLIAM . . . Efficient electronist . . . active interest
. . . dancer divine in radio . . . home cooking
SHOTTS, DUANE , . . Tuba tooter . . . Future Distributor of SMITH, ALLAN . . . Clock Watcher Cbaslcetball timerl . . . pretty
America . , . cars, cars, cars girls and post cards . . . Ohio State
SKINNER, OSCAR . . . Baseball batty . . . "pep up, kid" , . SMITH, NORMA . . . Fruit fancier . . . does her part in GSL
prints the BUDGET . . . Norma Will set coiffures of tomorrow
SMITH ROGER Roger and his band Smitty motor
cycles and music business world bound
SNOW HAROLD Peddles pep for Pep Club s y guy
model building boy
:PARLING DONALD . . . Messes With motors . . . plays
rnellow clarinet . . . carefree and happy
SPRINKLE, MARLENE . . . Taste for turtles . . . "Iune bug" . .
amiable miss with artistic aims
STARR, GERALDINE . . . Passionate pie eater . . . short girl
with pleasing smile . . . friendly
STEWART, DAVID . . . Second vice-president of Future Farmers
. . always smiling
STIARWALT, EUGENE . . . Raves for raspberry pie . . . swell STRADER, BARBARA . . . Effervescent cheerleader . . . vivacious
guy . . . intramurals . . . U. of l. homecoming queen . . . REFLECTOR art ed.
STOFFEL, DONALD . . . Bur head . . . grid team . . . tops aS STRADER, MAX . . . Tenor troubadour in the choir . . . ar
senior class prexy , . . lake dweller intramural man . . . card shark
STONEKING, MARY ELLEN . . . Secretarial plans . , . student STROMQUIST, LORRAINE , , . Tiny bundle Cf enthusiasm , ,
of Espanol . . . piano player student nurse at Knox next
STUART, RODNEY . . . "Cv" Club and BF scribe . . . "Rod" . . SWITZER, BEVERLY . . . Appetite for dried apricots . . . sparkling
ambition: lawyer . . . all 'round athlete . . . SC and gay . . . neat and nice
SWANSON, RICHARD . . . Cross country squad . . . likes to TABBONE, LENA MARY . . . Music contestant . . . MHS . .
eat . . . BF . , . "Swanie" 's future: undecided attractive potential accountant . . . U. ot l.
SWANSON, ROYCE . . , "Buster" . . . active in intramurals TATE, DONALD . . . Future man of white tlaundry manl . .
. . . his favorites: records, ice cream, and baseball "Tater" . . . blue-eyed Boys' Forum rep.
tnursel . . . photo ian
TRIBBEY, MARY . .
TRYON, MARILYN . .
glamorous blonde . . .
hikes . . . orchestra . . .
TAYLOR, HAZEL . . . "Veep" of FDA . . . strives to be a suc
cessful seller . . . crazy about chicken
TOLAND, LOIS . . . Future private steno . . . pianist . . . the
Center rates with "Teen"
TOUT, MARIAN . . . "Toot" strives for a White-clad caree
TREECE, TACK . . . Stellar intramuralist . . . "Bessie" 's a goo:
kid . . . "Don't give me no trouble"
Craves a commercial art career .
Leads GSL "big sisters" . . . "Honey
TUCKER, DELORES . . . Skater supreme . . . "Dee Dee" . .
Future Homemaker of America . . . swell
VANDELL, KENNETH . . . Future fur trapper . . . greased
lightning . . . head in the clouds . , . Intramurals
VANDRAN, GEORGIA . . . Bassoon player in GHS Band . .
white dress of a nurse next . . . always smiling
VANDYKE, IOHN . . . Handy Harmoneer . . . "Holy nippy!"
. . . speedy trackster . . . cross-country
VANFLEET, IOI-IN . . . Veteran Streak baseball squad member
. . . practiced pool player . . . favorite: food
VANWINKLE, ALICE . . , Future Distributor ot America . .
"Bo" goes for malted milks
JANWINKLE, DONALD . . . Desires a diploma . . . has weakness
or cake . . . enthusiastic gridiron follower
IARNER, IAMES . . . Peppy pumpkin pie fancier . . . all sleep
ind no work for him . . . Intramurals
IENN, MARY . . . Sea food sampler . . . grades count . . . am-
nitionz physician . . . Chic Knoxite
VATSON, DONALD . . . Guns, golf, and guns . . . rifle reveler
. . wrapped up in baseball
VEBB, CONNIE . . . Best at bowling . . . presides over SAA
. . willing SC member . . . NHS
JEDAN, GLORIA . , . Paint brush pupil . . . square dancing
xpert . . . tenderloin lover
WAGNER, IANET . . . Debater de-luxe . . . tall and talkative
. . . curvacious feature editor . . . NHS
WALKER, RICHARD . . . Toots a sweet trumpet . . . ice cream
and cake . . . Intramural enthusiast
WALTER, MARY LOU . . . Keeps notes on Stage Call and
Future Teachers . . . a cappella choir
WEEDMAN, IUANITA . . . "Nita" 's a piano player . . . brown-
haired book-worm . , . future: secretary
WEINBERG, DICK . . . Ambitious actor of many plays .
camera clicker . . . MHL pianist
WESSELS, IOHN . . . Coarec and Intramural bowling . . . "lack"
. . . happy when eating
WESSELS, MARILYN . . . Pretty auburn locks . . . green-eyed
GSL member . . . smiling and friendly
WHIMPEY, I-IARRYETTE . . . Prospective hair stylist . .
"Wimpy" 's a baseball ian . . . happy and full of fun
WIDDRINGTON, PATRICIA . . . Super sonic seamstress .
little dress designer . . . Wataqa . . . likable
WILBUR, NANCY LEE . . . Mint keeper of advisory 230 . .
potato soup p-leez
WILDER, SHIRLEY . . . Pretty picture preserver . . . Bradley
bound . . . future GoV't Worker
WILLIAMS, BARBARA . . . Super skater . . . secretarial aspirae
tions . . . French fry fancier
WILLIAMS, EARL . . . Halls from Monmouth . . . football . .
Illinois Tech. calls . . . hot rod happy
WILLIAMS, IANET . . . Yearns for success . . . "Ian" sings
. . . future Knoxite . . . sweet Miss
WILLIAMSON, MARILYN . . . Sweet staqe stand-by . . . Nl-IS
. . . three year SC vet . . . DAR
WINDISI-I, ROBERT . , . Trumpeteer . . . Pep Club rep. . .
Intramurals . . . band enthusiast
WIRT, IAMES . . . One of our athletes . . . A-l fella and first
baseman . . . G Club
WORLEY, DEAN . . . Passion for pin-ball machines . . . Intraf
murals . , . he orders olives
WILLIS, CLAIRE . . . Soprano section of the choir . . . secretary
of NI-IS , . , REFLECTOR staff
WILSON, PATRICIA . . . Dark-eyed songstress . . . dreams of
rnodelinq career . . . swims like a fish
WRIGHT, IACK . . . Model making maniac . . , coming con-
ductor . . . Boys' Forum rep.
YELM, DONALD . . . Golf suits him to a tee . . . wants to be
Older than sophomores, still children to seniors, what are they? Nothing but the middle class of
GHS, the juniors. Oh, they're trying very hard to act like the distinguished upper classrnen that they
have just become, and slowly they are acquiring that mature attitude.
Last year they got their first taste of this high school career and liked it so well, they decided to
have more. After a slight indigestion period of adjustment as sophomores, they were passed on to be
educated by the junior teachers. They became tied up in some activities last year and hoped to hold
onto them for the next year, too. If they succeeded, that was swell: but if they didn't, they learned that
only the "fit and the fittest" survive. This year they found that high school wasn't just a gay round of
fun but hard work and responsibility mixed in with that fun.
For next year, they're still a little confused whether they'll lead the rest of the school properly as
seniors. They're confident that they will, because they've grown up at GHS. They're now ready to
become the distinguished seniors of Galesburg Senior High School.
ADCOCK IOAN BELL MONTGOMERY
ADDIS ELEANOR BELLAMY, ALICE -Z
ADOLPHSON LaVERN BENSON PAUL
AITCHISON, MARTHA BENSON, ROY
AKEYSON IOYCE BIRMINGHAM BARRY
ALLEN BARBARA BLUCKER DONALD
AMATO MARY BOWMAN ROGER I
ANDERSON, IOAN BOYD ROSE I
ANDERSON, LARRY BRADBURN, GRETA
ANDERSON, RICHARD BRAND, ROBERT
APPLEBEY, MARTHA BREMHORST, RICHARD
ASHMEADE, BETTY BROCK, ELNA ANN
BAINTER GLORIA BROKAW De-ETTE
BEAIRD BETTY BROWN WILLIAM
BEAN, MARIORIE BUCK ROBERT
BEAN WANDA BURCHELL DONNA
BURGER, EILEEN CONDREAY, DAVID
BURKETT, CONNIE CONNER, BETTY
BUTLER, DONALD CONNOUR, ROBERT
CABRERA, MARY COOK, PATRICIA
CAMPER, THOMAS COOK, RALPH
CARLSON, BETTY COOLEY, THOMAS
CARLSON, NANCY CRAIG, GENE
CARLSON, ROSALIE CRANE, IACK
CARTER, BARBARA CRAVENS, IAMES
CI-IILDERS, BETTY CRISER, KENNETH
CHRISTIANSON, IOAN CUNNINGHAM, IACK
CLAEYS, MARIE DAWSON, WILLIAM
CLARK' IJATTY DEXTER, IOYCE
CLARK, PEGGY DIXON. ANN
COBURN, ALBERT DIXON, IOHN
COLWELL, IAMES DONALDSON, MARY IANE
DUCKWILER, CHARLES GIBBS, PATRICIA
DUCKWILER, ELBERT GOETHE, DAVID
DuVALL, BEVERLY GOODWIN, IOHN
DWYER, BETTE GOULD, WILLIAM
DYER, HARRIETTE GRABILL, ANTON
EMSTROM, DWIGHT GRIFFITH, IOLENE
ERICSON, PHILIP GUY, IRMA
FACH, RITA HALL, MARY
FEATHER, MARY LOUISE HANEY, IAMES
FELL, ROBERT HANSBROUGH, IEAN
FLESHER, NED HANSON, VERNA
FOSTER, EUGENE I-IARPMAN, MARILYN
FULLER, DONALD I-IARSHBARGER, ALLAN
GABRIEL, NANCY HARSHBARGER, ARLINE
GALLOWAY, GALE HARVEY, MARILYN
GERSTENBERGER, IUDY HAWKINSON, NEWTON
HEALEY, WILLIAM IACOBS, MARY
HEARNE, MARLENE IAMISON, WILLIAM
HECHLER, CAROL JOHNSON, EEATRICE
HENDERSON, LILLIAN IOHNSON, DONALD
HENDERSON, THELMA JOHNSON, ERIC
HENNINOER, MARILYN IOHNSON, ERWIN
HESS, BETTY IEAN IOHNSON, RICHARD
HIOOASON, THOMAS IQHNSON, RAY
HIX, IACK IOHNSON, ROBERT
HOLLINGSWORTH, IERRY IOHNSON, RONALD
HOOKER, ROBERT KELLAWAY, PETE
HOLLOINAY, IAMES KELLY, SHIRLEY
HOLMAN, NORMA KELSO, PATT
HORANEY, IAMES KENNEY, ROLLAND
HORN, WAYNE KIDDER, RICHARD
HULL, IAMES KIRKBRIDE, SHIRLEY
KNIGHT, FLORENCE MCADAMS, CATHERINE
KREMER, MARIANNE MCDORMAN, BARBARA
LAGERSTROM, PAUL MCGILL, SHARON
LAKE, ALICE McGRAW, ALICE
LANDON, IOYCE MCLENNAN, INEZ
LASWELL, IOANNE MCMICHAEL, IOHN
LAWRENCE, CHARLES MCNEIL, WAYNE
LEPPERT, IOANNE MADVIG, FRED
LETCHER, NANCY MAHONEY, JOEL
LIBY, IACK MATHERS, SUZANNE
LINDBECK, IOHN MATTHEWS, CAROLYN
LINDBERG, DONALD MAURER, RICHARD
LOEGREN, VIRGINIA MAY, DALE
LOVELL, ALICE MAY, HENRY
LUCAS, HANNAH MEAD, IACK
LYDIC, LOWELL MEDINA, MARY
MORRIS, MARY ELLEN
MURRAY, IO ANN
NORRIS, BETTY LOU
NYSTROM, IO ANN
PETERSON, DONALD L.
PETERSON, LOUISE SCI-IIENBEIN, GAIL
PHILLIPPI, DONALD SERDAHL, DENNIS
PICKARD, RICHARD SHELTON, LEWIS
PIERSON, RICHARD SHERWOOD, ALICE
PINKEL, EDRIS SHRIBER, BONNIE
POWLESS, IAMES SKINNER, GRACE
PRICE, ALICE SLQAN' DQNNA
REEVES, ROSEMARY SMALLWOOD, LESLIE
REMICK, ROBERT SMITH, ALICE
RICHARDSON, ROBERT SMITH, BETTY
ROBBINS, PAULINE SMITH, ELOISE
ROSSELL, ARNOLD SMITH, IOYCE
ROYSE, PATRICIA SMITH, MAXINE
SANDERS, RICHARD SNOUSE, THOMAS
SAMPSON, GORDON STEBBINS, NANCY
SAUTER, RODNEY STECK, DARRELL
TEMPLETON, MARY IANE
TRIPLETT, MARY ANN
YOUNG, MARY ELLEN
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Say, I'd like to know who those sophomores think they are! Why, just the other day I trotted
down the hall and not a single one knew me. They stepped on my tail, and they even tried to put
me out of the building. Well, I see those green horns have a lot to learnfthe idea of not knowing
I remember one day when I saw an interesting girl walking down the hall and carrying a tre-
mendous load of books. I thought she was definitely for the honor roll, so I went over and talked to
her for a while. I found out that the books weren't for studying! She was pressing her corsage
from the last dance. Oh, sophomores are that way, but they always out grow it.
Then there was the time I overheard a boy say that he thought the BUDGET room was the place
where the records of the school's money were kept.
I guess it's about the time to get down to brass tacks and give a little credit where credit is
due. Those sophomores that we always class as being shy and timid, scared, and stupid, do stand
up bravely under the weight of all the teasing and torment from the upperclassmen. It seems that
every year the sophomore class comes in just a little smarter, and in no time at all they fit right in
with the big family of GHS students, They work hard on activities, make friends easily, and are a
swell group of students. It's their voices that you hear above everyone else's at the pep assemblies,
and they always turn up at the games to boost the team. They have the "get up and go!" And
speaking of going, let's get along and take a look at this sophomore class.
Brunkow, Patricia Ann
Byland, Mary Louise
Clark, Ona Lee
Collopy, Mary Lou
Davis, Robert D.
Firoved, Edna Mae
Forsythe, Mary Io
5 Foster, lean
L 5' Frambes, Rhoda
, Galusha, Rodney
'E Garfield, Diane
I Goudschaal, Philip
H x Grey, Floyd Lee
A V Guenther, Howard
- H 2 Hall, Herman
lmel, lo Ann
Kilby, Dixie Lee
Moran, Rose Marie
Nichols, lane Ann
Olson, lla Mae
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Roach, Norma lean
Trusch, Martha Lou
Van Norman, Marilyn
Van Winkle, Arnette
Short, Dixie Lee
Smith, Patty Ann
Smith, Patty Annette
Van Winkle, Ioan
Von Drake, Darlene
Wiqnall, Mary Kathryn
G. S. L.
MARY ANN EVERIST ALICE HUNTER IOYCE LITTLE IANE NELSON
President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary
Have you ever wanted to slip into a Girls' Service League meeting Without being noticed?
Well, I tried it, but I caused a big commotion Which, of course, is usual for me. After much
begging and pleading they finally agreed to let me stay, and I jumped up on the front desk
with promises of complete silence although I could hardly keep from barking with joy at the
thought of being surrounded by all those beautiful girls. The league should give me an extra
bone for that!
Mary Ann Everist, president of GSL, opened the meeting, the minutes were read by Iane
Nelson, secretary, and the treasurer's report was given by Ioyce Little. This last report in-
terested me most. Iust think of how many bones I could buy with that money. Alice Hunter,
vice-president, is in charge of all GSL assemblies.
This group of thirty-eight girls represents each advisory at GHS, and their purpose is to
stimulate the girls' interests in various school activities as well as to make them feel like mem-
bers of one big happy family. The GSL sponsor is Miss Sylvia Ryin, Dean of Girls, who right
now is frowning at my bad behavior. I must slip out to tell ShagQY Dog of my experiences at
a real GSL meeting.
Front Row: S. Kelly, E. Guy, A. Bellamy, N. Bocox, N. Riley, S. Worman. Second Row: I. Kennedy, R. Carlson, P.
Eckman, N. Hallas, A. Matthews, I. Segall. Third Row: P. Griffith, I. Hurt, M. Dowell, M. Peterson, M. Still, C. Cowell,
S. Adams. Fourth Row: N. Stebbins, I. Adcock, M. Allen, O. Clark, M. Van Norman, M. Landon, C. Moore, B. Cook,
G. Weclan. Fifth Row: C. Swartz, B. Bryngelson, P. Royse, L. Lindberg, S. Myers, A. McCombs, M. Tryon.
ALAN KILLINGSWORTI-I BOB BUCK ROD STUART ORV CARMICHAEL
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Have you ever seen a business meeting held in a gymnasium with basket-
ball and food as attractions? Well, l have. You see, snooping around the
school at night does show that the boys are working. This time it's Boys' Forum
and these workers are the cabinet members elected from each advisory.
But, believe it or not, our boys do get some work done in these Forum meet-
ings. You see, it's their duty to plan monthly assemblies and the annual
Besides this, however, the boys always give something to the school for the
benefit of everyone. This year it's another trophy case for Steele Gym as well
as a drinking fountain for the building.
This year's officers who led the meetings as well as the entire program are
Alan Killingsworth as president, Bob Buck as vice-president and program chair-
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Front Row: R. Purnell, I, Woolsey, C. Swigart, C. Howard, B. Mullhatten. Second Row: I. McKenzie, W. Mettler, I.
Cams, B. Kimmitt, T. Camper, I. Hix, R. l-lalburg. Third Row: R. DeWee-se, F. Rippel, D. Bogard, I. Sargent, D. Peter-
son, C. Pilcher, D. Swanson. Fourth Row: E. Scott, B. Murphy, D. Durbin, E. Iohnson, L. Trevor, I. Alderson, R.
Anderson. Fifth Row: I. Wright, T. Glas, D. Carlson, B. Dawson, I. Goodwin, I. McCall, W. McNeil, I. Treese.
7 Advisory 2UU's prize winning float, "High-Yo Silver."
Queen Barbara Strader and King Fred Hippel reigned over
the 1950 Homecoming.
GHS really put on the dog when she began her ninth annual homecoming with an assembly which took
us back to the dark days ot rule by Queen Kewanee. Laughing our way through the antics ot a cast composed
ot "GI-lSers," We finally saved the queen, dethroned to be replaced by Fred Rippel and Barbara Strader as
Galesburgs King and Queen, With Sharon McGill and Sally Ward as junior and sophomore attendants. VV e
closed our yearly festival Saturday night when the students and alumni danced to the music oi Freddie Stevens.
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noon and a wet game that
evening were also in-
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Everything from goats to
newspapers was included
in the parade, but a hand-
some White horse, l-li-Yo-
Silver, irom advisory two
hundred captured tirst
prize. By the way, a dog's
lite isn't so bad, l was the
main feature ot the Publi-
Friday evening the
Weather was against us,
and our halt-time enter-
tainment had to he cane
celled. However, our mud-
covered Silver Streaks
splashed in rain and sleet
to a twentyfone to zero vic-
tory over the Kewanee
MARILYN NELSON CLARICE LEIBER
Secretary Corresponding Secretary
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DON STOEFEL BILL LUNDQUIST
lt's Wednesday and the room is full oi politicians who are transacting business in the way
that no one but politicians can. Oh, they aren't members of the House in Washington, but
members of the house ot GI-IS. They are the Student Council members. They maintain politi-
cal characteristics throughout the year as they make bargains, negotiations, and plans for the
Every year we lucky dogs get to dance to the music of orchestras, gorge ourselves at pie
sales, acquire sore joints at fun nights, and take part in the entire social program planned by
the council. This year as an extra project the SC carried on a campaign and election to choose
an official GI-IS flag.
As in all political groups there must be the big wheels. This year Bill Nelson, presidentg
Don Stoiiel, vice-president: Marilyn Nelson, secretary: Clarice Lieber, corresponding secretaryg
and Bill Lundquist, treasurer, lead the group. Miss Ryin and Mr. Goodwin share the advisor
title and assist the group when it needs help.
They all pitch in and help build a big working machine with a lot oi little cogs, the GHS
'ront Row: I. Gerstenberqer, P. Kella-
fvay, N. Carlson. Second Row: D. Suy-
iam, I. Nystrom. Third Row: A. Lake,
. Haney, L. Wehrrneister, F. Scherer,
.. Adolphson, E. Brock.
Front Row: A. Hunter, I, Eary, M. Bow-
er. Second Row: C. Webb, R. Stuart,
M. A. Everist, S. Benqtson, D. Edward-
son, I. Robson, I. lewsbury. Third Row:
M. Dyer, D. Husmann, M. Williamson,
B. Brynqelson, I. Little, D. DeLong.
Fourth Row. E. Schwanke, C. Boothe,
R. McClurQ, l. Macdonald, C. Gersten-
berqer, A. Killinqsworth.
Front Row: S. Worman, I. Nichols, I.
Iohnson, I. VanWinkle. Second Row:
I. Foster, C. Cochran Third Row: P.
Long, H. Hall, R. Baldwin, R. Rickords,
L. Mitchell, B. Sparks.
DONNA DELONG DONNA HUSMANN
Front Row: Alice Hunter, lane Nelson, loyce Little, Sarajane Obenlander. Second Row: Mary Ann Everist, Sara Adams,
lim Dunlevey, Marilyn Nelson, Barbara Strader.
Extra, extra, read all about it! Say, what am l yelling about? You're reading all about it
right now, in tact, reading it. That's right, the BEPLECTOB, taking you back by reflections to
persons, places, and things ot GHS.
Led by Donna Husmann and Donna DeLong, the rest oi the editorial board consisted of
Saraiane Obenlander, Alice Hunter, loyce Little, Mary Ann Everist, lane Nelson, Marilyn Nel-
son, Barbara Strader, Sara Adams, and lim Dunlevy. As Well as student cooperation, the faculty
pitched in to give their advice, too. Mr. Iohn Atchison supervised photographyp Miss Dorothy
O'Connor, copy, Miss Ramona Amundsen, arty Mr. Wayne McCormick, director ot publica-
tions. These editors and advisors were not the only ones who Worked, but a staff ot students
gave part of their time to relieve and help the editors.
Swimming night alter night in a pool ot rubber cement, pictures, drawings, and copy, the
editors and their statts did have a little fun as Well as hard Work in giving you this yearbook.
To raise money for this Worthy publication, the BUDGET and the BEFLECTOB sponsored an-
other Retlectavue and a dance.
lt's just another yearbook to a lot ot people, but to us at GHS, the BEFLECTOB pictures a
true image of life at GHS.
Front Row: Dolores Nelson, Barbara Swartout, loAnn Nystrom.
Second Row: Betty Ashmeade,
Helen Holman, Anne Nelson.
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Front Row: Donna Edwardson, Audrey McCombs, Mary Lou
Landon. Second Row: Phyllis Griffith, Marjorie Plummer, Mary
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Front Row: Donna Nelson, Mary Ellen Young, Sally Thomas. Front Row: Arnette VanWinkle, Alma Lee Matthews, Shirley
Second Row: Patty Clark, Marilyn Van Norman, Mary Weinberg. Vforley. Second Row: Iacqueline McClain, leretta Popham,
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CRAIG LOVITT DICK LOUTTIT 1 U m m
So you want to know what goes on in the little green and gray BUDGET room, do you?
Well, l'll tell you if you'll wait while l dig up the bone l buried in this desk. None herel? Oh
well, l guess Editor Lovitt must have gotten hungry. Elizabeth Parker, news editor, is always
looking around for juicy bits, too, and is helped by her assistant, Mary Ellen Young. Dick
Bogard, advertising manager, visits all the business firms and tries to get advertisements for
the BUDGET. lanet Wagner is the capable feature editor, and along with lanet is Anne Nel-
son, my interpreter for the BUDGET, known as the assistant feature editor. lim Dunlevy is
dog-trotting through his second good year in the role of sports editor.
We are all very thankful to the faculty leaders. Wayne McCormick, journalistic advisor,
and Boy Damberg, printing advisor, co-operate very well and suggestions and encouragement
which have helped immensely in publishing every Thursday our forty-seven year old BUDGET
-exact as yesterday, progressive as today, modern as tomorrow-ewhich is an unsurpassed
view of life at Galesburg High School.
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Seated: lanet Wagner, Gene Schwanke, Elizabeth Parker, Nancy Letcher.
Standing: Anne Nelson, lean lewsbury, Mary Ellen Young, lim Dunlevey, Bettilee Cook, Sylvia
Bengtson, Sara Adams.
Front Row: Sally Ward, Eleanor Carlson. Second Bow: Sharon Front Row: Shirlee Myers, Pat Kelso. Second Row: Sharla
McGill, Elna Brock, Carol Allender, Barbara Moore. Smith, Patty Smith, Margaret Myers.
Front Row: lane Nichols, Mary Still. Second Row: Marilyn Nel- Front Row: Inez Mcl.ennon, Io Murray, Nancy Carlson. Second
son, Cynthia Cowell, Herman Hall. Row: Donna Nelson, lo Leaf.
l'd like you to meet the big bosses ot publications,
and they're a real grand bunch. ln the picture to the
right you see Miss O'Connor, Mr. McCormick, Mr.
Atchison and Mr. Damberg. These tour are copy super-
visor, head ot publications, photographer, and head oi
printing department, respectively. Their job is to make
sure the stait of The Budget and Reflector maintain a
high standard as they have done in the previous years.
Publications are certainly grateful tor their help and co-
operation, and to them we extend a warm thanlcs.
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Bottom Picture-W Seated: K. Nordqren, C. Teaqarden, M. Bean, K. Meriwether, M. Hendricks, R. Weinberg. Standing
F, Scherer, S. Ward, D. Nelson, D. Cox, I. Plank, R. Hall, I. Iewsbur .
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op Picture Seated. D. Delaonq, l.Nelson, Standing: S. Vlfard, M. .
L Walter, F. Scherer, K. Meriwether, Don Stoffel
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Front Row: I. Pratt, I. Stice, C. Cochran, S. Worley, H. Holman. Front Bow: I. Eary, C. Gerstenberqer, T. Trulock. Second Row:
Second Bow: I. VanWinkle, S. Wilder, M. Williamson, S. Ward, L. Smallwood, B. Morrison, A. Smith, B. Smead.
Mr. Allen. Third Bow: M. Henricks, I. Leaf, M. Tout, A. Iacohs,
Front Row: B. Strader, D. Nelson, B. Ashrneade, M. E. Young. Front Bow: D. Burchell, P. Stephenson, M. Zuqg, P. White, R
Second Bow: I. Kimrnitt, B. Cook, D. Iordon, F. Brock, C. Swiqart. Edwards. Second Bow: M. M. Bullman, P. Huqhey, P. Smith
Third Row: D. Hertenstein, D. Weinberg, I. Murphy, F. Mad- S. Smith, S. Lamoree. Third Row: T. Henderson, R. Fach, P
vig, M. Bell. Clark, B. Teel, P. Smith.
Elna Block, Kay Meriwether,
Fleanor Carlson, Louise Cook,
Sally Vfard, Delores Nelson.
Last November l sneaked into the auditorium to see a preview of that great show, the Reflecta-
vue, Canadian Capers. Of course, I came the next three nights to sell popcorn for our publica-
tions staff. This year the annual Reflectavue Was scheduled for three nights, the first
time in history. Written by Marilyn Nelson, Sharon Mooney, and Anne Nelson, the
story centered around the love and life of Ieannine St. Pierre in the Canadian
Rockies. After Ieannine returned from Paris, an American troupe arrived and
with the local troupe entertained an anxious audience.
Ieannine and lean de Clermont, the young trapper, expressed
their moods with songs. Tayago, an lndian girl, and her lover
presented "Indian Love Call" and an eagle dance. The
novelty acts were varied and included everything
from roller skating and "Heap Big Smoke" to the
production number, "Totem-Tom-Tom." A
capers chorus provided dancing while
the mounties showed how they
sing in Canada. As a finale
the entire cast sang "Be-
yond the blue Hori-
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Feeling ambitious one day, I asked Mr. Hegg and Mr. Lantz it I could give
my rendition ot "Bone on the Range" at a Music Honor League meeting. When
they gave me permission, I jumped a doggone mile in surprise, and they ex-
plained that the purpose of the organization is to give the more ambitious
musicians oi GHS a chance to perform. A record is kept ot each member's
performances in or out of school and points are given. One thousand points
entitles the members to a pin and guard.
Heading the musical group is Audrey McCombs as president, assisted by
Bob Windish as secretary-treasurer.
MUSIC HONOR LEAGUE
Front Row: T. Stubbs, E. Parker, S. Sutor, B. Darnell, V. Fullerton, I. DeWeese, S. Black, L. Cook, I.McClain, C. Hechler
M. Armstrong. Second Row: I. Iewsbury, I. Nystrom, L. Tabbone, I. Leaf, I. Bradbury, M. Furrow, I. Hall, I. Ellison
A. Baqes, P. I-Iughey, I. Ankersoni Third Row: M. Christofferson, S. McGill, C. Swartz, B. Carter, D. Nowack, T. Sutor
D. Suydam, C. Allender, I. McLennan, N. McKenley. Fourth Row: N. Sheets, A. McCombs, C. Burnett, M. Tryon, I
Hirst, I. Murray, D. Weinberg, R. Halburg, B. Lantz, B. Swartout, N. Fleisher, M. Lingwall.
Front Row: Eleanor Procter, Ioan DeWeese, Mari'
anne Kremer. Second Row: Ioan Bradbury, Ianet
Front Bow: McCombs, Lingwall, Tabbone, Swartz, Bradbury
Rosenberg, Ankerson, Leaf. Second Row: Halburg, McKinley
Hughey, Hechler, Black, Gillette, Bradley, Addis, Terpening
Walker, Grant, De'Weese, Swartout, VanDran, Parks, lohnson
Matthews, Third Bow: Allender, Lingwall, Nichols, Hughey, Mc-
Graw, Montgomery, Kilby, Suydarn, McFarlin, Walker, Haney,
Carter, Murray, Windish, McLennan, Furrow, Kramer, Staley
Flesher, Hirst, Sutor, Wright, Boot, Cooper. Fourth Row
Roache, Venn, Kidder, Laswell, Lindbeck, Mr, Lantz, Bowman
Miles, Austin, Townsend, Sauter, Cook, Shotts, DeWeese, Stone
king, Hampton, Miller, Orwig.
Front Bow: Carolyn Burnette, Betty Darnell, Nancy Stebbins,
Ann Bages, lo Leaf, Donna Davis, Carolyn Swartz, Carol Hech-
ler, loanne Hall, Marilyn Tryon. Second Bow: Donald Blucker,
Sally Sutor, Verajean Fullerton, larnes Harper, William Tutt, Bich-
ard Anderson, Richard Murray, Roger Smith, George Murphy.
Third Row: Nancy Sheets, Mr. Edwin Lantz, Donald Iohn, Mary
lane Donaldson, Nancy Gabriel, Walter Brown, Mary Armstrong,
As l was wandering very quietly through the halls the other day, l heard
what seemed to be music coming from some far-off corner of the building. So,
after following my ears, l found myself right in the middle of a session of the
a cappella choir. The large musical organization of seventy-eight members is
under the direction of Mr. Boland l-legg, with Alan Killingsworth serving as
president, Audrey McCombs as secretary, and Denny Serdahl as treasurer.
After the choir had left, l found out about a few more of Mr. l-legg's musical
groups. There's the lflarmoneers, a group of boys that sing mainly for the pure
joy of singing, although some of them want more vocal practice before trying
to get into the choir. l sure would have liked to sing with them, but l just don't
seem to be talented along those lines! Oh well, bet they can't bark!
Then last but not least there's the Girls' Glee Club. One of its main pur-
poses is to train girls' voices for the choir. They sure do sound nice and look
nice too! Iust makes me feel like sitting up and howling!
GlRLS' GLEE CLUB
Front Row: Pt Beacom, I. Catron, L. Lydic, I. Hirst, D. Staley, D. Baldwin N Fleisher B
Chisholm, B. Bradbury, W. Iackson. Second Row: E. Shaner, B. O'Bryant I Kimmitt P Ben
son, I. Plank, D. Watson, R. O'Bryant, D. Olmsted, G. Galloway, B. Kimmitt Third Bow G
Long, I. VanDyke, I. Haney, I. Macdonald, L. Wehrmeister, E. Schwanke E Klapp D Serdahl
I. Stults. Fourth Row: B. Lantz, L. Adolphson, I. Goodwin, D. Goethe, I Lindberg G Craig
B. Fell, D. Bird, I. Dixon, B. Telford, A. Killingsworth.
GIRLS' CLEE CLUB
Front Row: D. Burchell, D. Suydam, L. Cook, I. lmel, M. Iacobs, P. Wenzel B Moore D
Nelson, I. Winsauer. Second Bow: S. Worman, P. Harris, L. Cooper, I Hall A VanW1nkle
P. Tryon, M. Morehead, I. Pratt. Third Row: A. Smith, I. Nickols, S Sells C Bodeen K
Nordgren, L. Coupland, M. Sparks, P. Smith, B. Pickrel. Fourth Row: C Cowell S Nichols
I. Ellison, E. Firoved, B. Davis, S. Myers, S. Mathers, E. Plummer, I. Youngquist S McGill
Front Row: S. Black, E. Parker, D. Nelson, C. Willis, D. Sloan, T. Camper, P. Patty, G. Long, A. Harshbarger, L. Adolphson, I. Good-
win, I. Hull, K. Vogel, M. VanNorman, I, Nystrom, M. Nelson, R. Carlson, P. Robbins. Second Row: G. Coupland, M. Christofferson,
I. Williams, N. Sheets, P. Huffman, L. Lindberg, F. Winder, I. Roelle, I. Nelson, P.. Buck, M. Strader, C. Teagarden, P. Benson, B.
Chisholm, O. Bradbury, W, Iackson, M. L. Walter, B. Swanson, M. Hall, Third Row: D. DeSpain, I, Unger, N. Miller, C, Allender,
N. Letcher, P. Wilson, I. DeVx7eese, P.. Halburg, R. O'Brian, R. Empson, W. Maxwell, R. Hall, P. Kellaway, K. Blucker, I. Handy, N.
McKinley, L, Gash, H. Lucas, I. Iewsbury. Fourth Row: M, Kremer, T, Stubbs, S. Bengtson, C. Moore, M. Weinberg, B. Carter, A.
Harshbarger, D, Serdahl, I. Horaney, E. Klapp, R. Telford, F. Pacey, I. Dixon, S. Olson, A. Killingsworth, G. Schwanke, I. Gersten-
berger, A. McCombs, I. Miller, M, Taylor.
SEXTETfI. DeWeese, E. Park-
er, I. Iewsbury, D. Nowaclc,
L. Cook, S. Sells.
QUARTET-G. Schwanke, R.
Buck, S. Olson, D. Serdahl.
OCTET-Front Row: A. Kill!
Row: C. Moore, M. Weinberg,
M, Dyer, A. McCombs.
ingsworth, I. Dixon, A. Harsh-
barger, I. Nelson. Second
NATIONAL I-IONOR SOCIETY
Front Row: Marjorie Eurrow, Sarajane Obenlander, Marilyn Williamson,
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS EOR 1950
Francine Anson, Katherine Bages, lack
Bandy, Elizabeth Blue, Marian Bodeen,
Beverly Bryngelson, Carolyn
Mary Ann Christofferson, Dorothy
Clarke, Betty Darnell, Donna Edward-
son, lane Goode, Iames Harper, Darlene
Huffaker, Don Iacobs, Donna Larson, Io
Leaf, Clarice Lieber, Marilyn LingwaI',
Bill Lundquist, Audrey McCombs, ,Iohn
Melican, Norma Miller, lone Pavlot, Mar-
jorie Plummer, Iohn Robson, Ioanne
Root, Donna Sharp, Lena Mary Tabbone,
Lois Toland, Iuanita Weedman, Nancy
Wilbur, Bob Windish.
Standing: Martha Bower, Debby Nelson.
Seated: Claire Willis, Gene Schwanke.
Paul Benson, Martha Aitchison, Betty
Ashmeade, Nancy Letcher, Sharon
McGill, Inez McLennon, Kaye Meri-
wether, Anne Nelson, Iames Nelson,
Marilyn Nelson, Io Ann Nystrom, Eliza-
beth Parker, Alice Price, Sally Thomas,
Lynn Wehrmeister, Mary Ellen Young.
While wandering very quietly
through the halls the other day after
school was out, I chanced to run
across a very unusual meeting. After
winding my way through twelve
dozen pairs of horn-rimmed glasses
and hearing so many strange words
that I began to Wonder if these odd
creatures even spoke English, I ar-
rived at the head of the room and dis-
covered myselfeas you've probably
guessedfat a meeting of NHS. Seri-
ously, l must admit I've exaggerated
just a little bit!
This organization is composed of
a .... of a .... of a .... oh, well,
it's composed anyway! The mem-
bers of NI-IS are elected each spring
by the teachers on the basis of schol-
arship, service, leadership, and char-
acter! Members are chosen either
in their junior or senior year. The
NI-IS is headed this year by Eugene
Schwanke, presidenty Debby Nelson,
vice-president: Claire Willis, secre-
taryg and Martha Bower, treasurer.
Miss Hazel Anderson is the faculty
A GUILL AND
A press, a pen, and a picture .... this is Quill
and Scroll, GHS's honorary journalistic society for
juniors and seniors who have been outstanding in
writing, printing, and photography for publications.
Twenty-five journalists of GHS, under the guid-
ance of Mr. Wayne McCormick, work together for
the betterment of the publications, the BUDGET
Officers for the year were Iim Dunlevey, presi-
dent, Donna DeLong, vice-president: Donna Hus-
mann, secretary: and Anne Nelson, treasurer.
A main event was a breakfast at the park. I
don't know how many were there as I was too
sleepy to notice. You see, it was six a. rn.
A. Hunter. Second Bow: A. Nelson, S
Bengtson, M. Nelson, I. lewsbury, M
er. Fourth Bow: C. Lovitt, C. Boothe
D. Bogard, B. Morrison, E. Schwanke, D
Louttit, l. Dunlevey.
"To be or not to be, that is the question." Now
you're probably wondering why my sudden in-
terest in drama. You see, I'm trying to get into
Stage Call, the honorary dramatic club at GHS.
Most members are either crew workers or students
who have had leads in a play, but I'm hoping
they'll make me an exception.
I first spoke to Martha Aitchison, treasurer, then
to Mary Lou Walter, secretary: Frank Scherer,
vice-presidentg and finally Donna DeLong, presi-
dent of Stage Call. She told me she'd have to
consult Mr. Allen who sponsors the organization.
Oh well, I suppose they've never heard of a
canine Thespian, but l'll keep trying.
Front Bow: M, Williamson, K. Meri-
weather, M. Aitchison, E. Brock, M. Bull-
man, Mr. K. Allen. Second Row: I. Leaf,
M. E. Young, S. Ward, D. Nelson, D.
DeLong, B. Ashmeade. Third Bow: B.
Morrison, D. Weinberg, C. Teagarden,
M. L. Walter, D. Cox, I. Plank.
Front Bow: S. Adams, S. Obenlander,
Everist, E. Parker, B. Strader. Third Bow:
Mr. McCormick, D. Husmann, j. Nelson,
M. Young, I. Little, I. Wagner, N. Letch-
Seated: B. Bryngelson. Standing: M.
M, Bullrnan, M. Tryon, B. Birmingham,
I. Sargent, V. Quinlin, E. Stairwalt, M.
L. Walter, M. Templeton.
Any time during the school day you can find
a cadet bustling around the halls of GHS. These
cadets perform many services and if you stop one
of them, as l did one day, and ask what they are
doing, they would probably Wave absence or call
slips at you and hurry on.
You see, the cadets are students who give up
their study hall periods to greet visitors at the
high school and assist the teachers in any way
The president of this organization is Beverly
Bryngelsong vice-president, Barry Birmingham:
secretary, Mary Bullmang and treasurer, Ronny
Movies at school definitely relieve my day while
learning how to be GI-lS's perfect mascot, and they
certainly relieve-and teachethe study-worn stu-
These films are all brought to us by the Visual
Aids Department headed by Mr. lohn Griffith.
The boys who take part in this program and in the
Operators' Club show the movies, set up the
public address system, and keep the projectors
and films in good condition.
Every year as a reward for good work, the boys
gaining the highest number of points receive a
trip to Chicago.
Through Visual Aids, GHS continues looking
and listening to this business of education.
Front Row: D. lacobs, D. Phillippi, R.
Anderson, I. Akeyson, G. Roache. Sec!
ond Row: Ft. Miller, R. lohnson, G.
Melton, I. Tharp, I. Alderson, C. Whit-
comb. Third Row: R. Rosenberg, D.
Stipp, R. Fell, W. McNeil, W. Gatlin, L.
GHS is proud of their foreign language clubs.
One is the French Club, whose motto is "Toujours
le mot propre," which means "Always the correct
The French Club has many meetings and
parties which are informative as well as entertain-
ing. Games, music, and skits are presented in
French. The purpose of this club is to give a basic
knowledge and understanding of the people and
customs of France. The club is led by Debby
Nelson, president, Shirley Luvall, vice-presidentq
Gloria Wedan, secretary, and Gordon Long, treas-
urer. Under the direction of Mr. Turner, the club
has enjoyed many activities. This year the student
teacher was Edward Sainati of Knox College.
Seated: Gloria Wedan, Deborah Nelson,
I' Mary May Bullman. Standing: Shirley
Luvall, Mr. Turner, Gordon Long, Dick
Muelder, Mr. Sainati, Donna DeLong.
As I was strolling down the halls of GHS, I
came upon Mr. Harshbarger's room, and I heard
the most heated conversation. l slowly creeped
up to the door, and there l stocd, cringing as each
word became louder to my already sensitive ears.
l somehow managed to muster up enough courage
and slowly opened the door.
Then I realized that the joke was on meg it was
merely the debate class practicing for one of their
debates which they give before local organiza-
tions and at several contests held during the year.
Boy, was l relieved! Those students certainly
have a lot of zip, and they've really done a terrific
job. Take a tip from me, and don't start an argu-
ment with any of theml
Front Row: Richard Love, Mr. Harsh-
barger, Anne Nelson. Second Row: lanet
Wagner, Elna Brock, Rodney Stuart.
Third Row: Robert DeVoss, Chester Pil-
cher, Lynn Wehrmeister, Donald Stoffel.
Front Bow: R. Olson, I. Carlson, D.
Bird, R. Pickard, G. lnness, T, Bullman,
M. Setterdahl, C. Alexander, L. Dunbar.
Second Bow: D Steck, O. Martinson,
M. Iohnson, I. Robson, I. Paulson, W.
Iackson, R. Swanson, H. Dunbar, T. Coff-
man, H. Guenther. Third Row: C. Iohn-
son, N. Hawkinson, I. Cravens, D. Ern-
strom, T. Mellican, P. Stewart, F. Fickard,
C. Teagarden, C. Brown, I. Line. Fourth
Row: I. Snyder, C. Boyd, D. Moberg,
V. Heck, C. Wyman, H. Harden, I. Grov-
er, B. Kenny, R. Alexander, L. Packing-
ham. Fifth Bow: D. Nelson, W. Tutt, l..
Anderson, A. Iohnson, D. Stewart, A,
Bossel, G. McMillan, W. Steck, D. Dan-
forth, Mr. B. Dunn.
"Iohnny, get that gum out of your mouth, and
put your feet under the desk!"
These are the famous last words of our cadet
teachers in FTA, a comparatively new organization
at GHS which has just completed its second year.
I barked with Miss Youngblood and Miss Rachel
Anderson, the sponsors of these future chalk
holders, and they told me that the aims of the or-
ganization are these: to learn more about the
teaching profession, to develop leadership, and
to cultivate character qualities essential for teachf
The officers for the year were: president, Clarice
Liebery vice-president, Iane Goode: secretary,
Mary Lou Waltery treasurer, Mary Ann Christoffer-
song and historian, Audrey McCombs.
Because l was born and raised on a farm, l am
happy to give you my report of the Future Farmers
of America. Mr. Bay Dunn is the supervisor of
the boys. Under his watchful eye the officers,
Newton Hawkinson, president, Rodney Davison,
vice-presidentg David Stewart, honorary second
vice-president, Charles Iohnson, secretary, Charles
Brown, treasurer: and Don Loso, reporter, keep
the boys busy with many activities.
The organization is composed of boys from the
agricultural classes. The purpose is to teach and
promote more scientific principles of farming
among students from both the city and rural areas.
l belong to an FFA too! Future Frankfurters of
America. lt's quite an organization if you ever
wanted to be a hot dog!
Front Row: I. Goode, M, Walter, C.
Lieber, M. Christofferson, A. McCombs.
Second Bow: M. Hearne, D. Nelson, K.
Meriwether, C. Willis, M. Bower, A.
Bellamy. Third Row: M, Myers, M.
Still, B. Swanson, P. Griffith, M. Harvey,
M. L. Landon, A. Baqes, I. Segall. Fourth
Row: C. Swartz, S. Sunderland, V. Lof-
gren, F. Larner, H. Hall, G. Long, C.
Allender, B. Bylander, I. Leaf.
l was down town one day buying some bones,
and who do you suppose l met? One of my pals
who was out of school for the afternoon. He was
a member of the Future Distributors of America
who works in the afternoon. Mr. Donaldson is the
advisor of this group, and he tries to help them
choose a vocation.
The purpose of the organization is to provide
exploration of vocational opportunities and create
appreciation and interest in the distributive occu-
pations. The members, led by William DeWeese,
president, Hazel Taylor, vice-president, Pat Court-
right, secretaryg and Robert Rees, treasurer, have
lots of fun at their parties and field trips.
Front Row: loyce Dexter, Sally Sunder-
land, Ioan Adcock, Mary Anne Adcock.
Second Row: Roberta Edwards, Corrine
Wallace, Normalee Boyer, Pat Cook.
Third Row: Billie Hess, Betty Herche,
loan Christianson, Delores Tucker.
Fourth Row: Shirley Stromstead, Phyllis
Harvey, Mary Feather, Betty Lou Norris.
Front Row: Robert Rees, Patricia Court-
right, Hazel Taylor, William DeWeese.
Second Row: Mary Norton, Alice Cozi-
ahr, Barbara Finney, Donna Garfield,
Alyce Kinton, Mr. LeRoy Donaldson.
Third Row: Alice Burnette, Erma Allen,
Betty Herche, loan Shore, Gale Lindeen,
Wesley Kilgore. Fourth Row: Duane
Shotts, Lois Sedwick, loan Brown, Robert
Anderson, Donald Hall, Roy Litvin.
Well, give me a transfusion and call me a blood-
hound, if l didn't get my nose caught under the
door while l was trying to get a stronger whiff of
that cooking. You see, in that room there was a
meeting of the Future Homemakers of America,
and l really wanted to see what they do.
Finally l was invited in and discovered that Miss
Noble teaches the girls many things about cook-
ing, sewing, and homemaking. After sampling a
piece of their cake, l learned that the girls can
really bake. You see, they knew l was coming so
they baked one!
l can easily see that this organization is interest-
ing, profitable, and worth any girl's time.
Connie Webb, Mr. Zumwalt.
Boy, will you look at us play football and bas-
ketball, and what about admission to plays, in-
surance, the greatest book, The REFLECTOR, the
best paper, The BUDGET. What am I barking
about?fthe greatest benefit in school, Student
Otherwise known as SAA, it's the best bargain
of the year. For six dollars and twenty-five cents
Connie Webb, president, and Homer Zumwalt,
advisor, have arranged with sponsors of various
organizations to present these affairs at reduced
student rates. The list is valued at over sixteen
dollars and includes lyceum assemblies and con-
certs as well as what's mentioned above.
A new club has been organized at GHS. The
club which islfor the purpose cf furthering the
welfare of its members, creating an appreciation
and abiding interest in their chosen occupation,
developing leadership, and assuming responsi-
bilities of business and society, is composed of
Throughout the year, the girls had many meet-
ings and parties and attended the state convention
in Springfield. Mr. Hungerford is the faculty ad-
T've always wanted to be a career canine but no
one could decide what occupation l was best
suited for. Some tell me I ought to go into the hot
dog business, others think a dealer in antique
bones would be fun. l decided against both and
am settling down as Streakyfmascot of GHS.
Front How: D. Anderson, A. Howland,
l. Pavlot, S. Coffey, D. Sharp, M. Wes-
sels. Second Row: K. Myers, Shirley
Schultz, loyce Galiher, T. Patterson, E.
Proctor. Third Row: A. Anderson, M.
Stoneking, L, Tcland, T. Root, T, Weed-
man, Mr. Hungerford.
One day not so long ago I decided to give my
short, stubby legs a real work-out, so I trotted clear
up to the third floor to see what I could find. And
what did I find? Well, to make a long tale short,
I found Mrs. I-Iolther and her Latin Club. It seems
that she has three divisions meeting on the last
Friday of each month during the first, fourth, and
fifth periods. They hold business meetings and
programs-very interesting if you can understand
Latin! I must take that subject some day! They
also had a very interesting Roman banquet.
Anyway, it finally soaked through my furry
little head that the main purpose of the club is to
gain a greater knowledge of the Latin language
and a better understanding of the Romans.
An active club at GI-IS is the Spanish Club
whose motto is "Nosotros vecinos panamericanos
sobre todo," which in a dog's language means
"Our Pan-American neighbors above all."
Highlighting the club's social activities was its
trip to Chicago to attend a play and see many dis-
plays at the Art Institute. Enjoying two meetings
a month, the club was led by Iane Nelson, presi-
dent: Ioyce Little, secretary: and Dick Bremhorst,
treasurer. Mr. Turner is the faculty advisor for
The Spanish customs have always appealed to
meg especially siesta. I have one trouble though,
and that is finding a sombrero my size. I can't get
all of me into the shade of one! Won't someone
please help me locate a narrow sombrero?
Front Bow: P. Clark, S. Kelly, A. Hunter,
M. Furrow, P. Clark, P. Kelso. Second
Row: V, Fullerton, M. Bean, M. Bower,
I. Nelson, I. Peters, I, Little, Mr. Turner.
Third Row: P. Griffith, B. Bryngelsort,
M. I.. Walter, M. Bodeen, M. Carlton,
M. Tribbey. Fourth Bow: Mr. Fern, S.
Sunderland, D. Bremhorst, I. Wirt, A. L.
Matthews, M. Harvey.
Seated: I. Ankerson, B, Sparks, S. Myers
L. Cook. Standing: L. Trevor, F. Mont
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lim Wirt, lack Roelle, Fred
Left to right: lack Kirnmitt,
Stanley Olson, Don Sloffel,
Bob Rees, Lynn Wehrmeister,
VARSITY FCCTBALL SQUAD
Front Row: R. Cook, I. Kirnmitt, B. Nelson, l. Roelle, I. Macdonald, R, Stuart, E. lohnson, I. Eary, D. Hertenstein. Second Row:
A. Killingsworth, E. Strawn, C. Boothe, S. Olson, l, Wirt, D. Bogard, F. Rippel, H. Keene, L. Wehrrneister, F. Pacey. Third Row:
Coach T. Mansager, W. Hillier, E. Foster, W, Miller, A. Grabill, D. Severns, H. Butler, C. Iohnson, P. Kellaway, Coach C. Van
lgyrllie. 'l-Eouleth Row: I. Bandy, W. Horn, D. Hulick, L. Adolphson, G. Murphy, E. Williams, W, Davis, R. Davison, T. Snouse,
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For the second year in a row the GHS gridders re-
bounded from an opening game loss at the hands of
Moline to produce one of the top teams in this area.
Galesburg played a game that was far below par, in
losing to Moline, 14-0.
The Silver Streaks bounced back to open their lllint
Conference action successfully with a win over Woodruff
and went on to swamp an outclassed Marshall iChicagol
Scoring twice in the second half, GHS downed a power-
ful East Peoria squad, 20-7.
An injury riddled squad edged past East Moline, l2-0,
but the victory was a costly one as two gridders, Bill
Nelson and Stan Olson, were put out of action for the
remainder of the season.
Playing on a muddy, rain drenched field, the Silver
Streaks splashed to a 2l-0 victory over Kewanee in the
ln the crucial Rock lsland game, the Silver Streaks took
a 20-7 half-time lead. The Rocks bounced back, however,
racking up two touchdowns, two conversions, and a safety
in the final period to take a 23-20 victory.
Fred Rippel tallied all four touchdowns as the Silver
Streaks ended their Illini action with a 24-0 win over Can-
ton, and went on to ring down the curtain on a 1949 season
with a 40-7 triumph over Monmouth.
Sparked by a speedy backfield and a rough line, the
Ponies, coached by Art Fish, racked up a highly success-
ful 1949 season. The GHS sophs, in piling up a record of
five wins against only two setbacks, rolled up lO2 points
to 57 scored by their seven opponents.
Despite the loss of 95 yards in penalties, the iunior
Streaks opened their season with a 12-O victory over Peoria
Woodruff on touchdowns by Wayne Mohr and Ollie
Thierry. The Ponies picked up their second win at the
expense of the East Moline sophs, l3-7.
lt was again Ollie Thierry who paced the Ponies as
they extended their winning streak to three by downing
East Peoria, 25-U. Thierry scored twice, on runs of l5 and
30 yards. The Galesburg sophs bounced back after their
l2-O loss to Coolidge of Moline, trouncing the Kewanee
Riveters, 13-O. Mitchell and Davis, on a 65 yard romp,
scored for the Ponies.
Don Swanson's touchdown run was the only bright
spot in the Ponies' loss to the Rock Island Pebbles. The
Pebbles scored on the first play of the game and kept right
on scoring, giving Coach Fish's charges a 32-7 shellacking.
The Ponies ended their season with a win over the
Monmouth Snappers. The Snappers, completely outplayed
on the ground, were unable to cope with the Pony offense
which saw touchdowns by Swanson, Mitchell, Mohr,
Thierry, and Telford. No bones about it, the Ponies set a
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Peoria Woodruff O
East Moline 7
East Peoria 6
Rock lsland 32
Front Row: D. Swanson, R. Telford, B. Bradbury, I. Catron, R. Rickord, D. Moberg. Second Row: R. Kidder, R. Pople, I. Foster,
R. Empson, I. Carlson, D. Ehlen, T. Bullman, L. Spellman. Third Row: Coach A. Fish, G. McMillan, I. Woolsey, D. Hardine, L.
Mitchell, Ft. Wright, R. Hall, R. DeWeese, I. Cams. Fourth Row: O. Thierry, D. Cozad, R. Worley, W. Mohr, I. Gustine, I. Peyer,
E. Montgomery, R. Davis, R. Macdonald.
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COACH GERALD PHILLIPS
Again this year the athletic program
at GHS has been under the capable
direction oi Gerald Phillips. l95O marks
his twentieth year as mentor oi the cage
sport at GHS.
The popular GHS coach is known
throughout the state tor his calm, cool,
and collected manner on the basketball
court. Not even the oldest GHS fans
can remember the day when Phillips
"blew up" during a game, as so many
coaches do. A veteran tutor, he knows
how to take losses in stride.
Phillips coached teams have won
more than 325 games in the past 20
years, coming out on top in more than
7076 ot their encounters. However,
Galesburg basketball fans consider
even more important than the games
won, the valuable lesson oi sportsman-
ship that Phillips teaches his players.
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One of the hardest working and least publi-
cized groups at GHS are the managers. These
boys devote from two to four hours of their
time every night to the "dirty work" associated
with an athletic program the size of Galesburg's.
Most people notice the managers only as the
fellows who push the brooms at half-time of the
basketball games, or run out on the football
field with water during a time out. Actually
these are only minor duties.
One of the most responsible jobs delegated
to the managers is caring for equipment. Ath-
letic equipment is expensive, and GHS uses the
best. The managers must keep it in good
condition and guard it from loss.
Although the Galesburg managers aren't
doctors, they tape ankles, and apply bandages
to minor injuries in addition to their other duties.
The managers are under the supervision of
Mr. Howard Whitcomb, equipment manager.
' Fred Rippel lack Liby
Anton Grabill Bob Westberg
Ted Trulock Robert Martinez
Alan Killingsworth Alan Harshbarger
Richard Patterson, Dale Kirkbride, Steve Skipton, Richard Hillier,
Once again, Galesburg High fielded a team which could not
hit the .SOO mark in win-loss percentage. It can, however, be
stated truthfully that the Silver Streaks may look ahead to a suc-
cessful season next year. Four of the ten lettermen this year
are juniors and should form the nucleus of next year's team.
This year's edition of the Streaks grabbed several early vic-
tories, among them an inspired victory over the highly-touted
Moline Marooners. The GHS cagers then hit a long, depressive
losing streak which seemed to break the spirit of a potentially
fine basketball machine.
The Streaks ambled through the rest of the season dropping
a game here, winning one there. Authoritative sources felt,
however, that Coach Gerald Phillips would have his aggregation
"up" for the Regional Tournament, which was held in the
Armory due to the coal shortage.
ROVA was considered a dark horse in the tourney and, after
downing Knoxville, the Streaks found themselves faced with
the same situation that confronted them the year before ....
to down the determined Tigers.
The rest should go down in the GHS files of "Excellent Dis-
plays of Athletic Poise." After trailing the Rovans throughout
the game, sometimes by as much as l7 points, the Streaks sud-
denly found themselves early in the fourth quarter and shot hot
and often until they had built up a one point lead with some
seven seconds remaining. Then ROVA's huge center, Roger
Boland, dumped in a desperation shot which was virtually un-
guardable, and the Galesburg season came to an abrupt end.
The amazing comeback and never-say-die attitude of the Streaks
will, however, long be remembered by fans who saw or heard
In summation, it can be said that the GHS cagers closed their
season of 7 wins and l5 losses in a brief flash of glory, even
though they experienced a dismal regular season and wound
up out of contention for both the Northwest and lllini Confer-
Front Row: R. Empson, D. Murray, R. Hanson, A.
Deal, D. Severns. Second Row: B. Bradbury, R.Davis,
O. Thierry, B. Macdonald, D. Swanson. Third Row: W.
Mohr, W. Miller, I. Foster, W. Anderson, I. Gustine.
PONY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
inconsistency, both offensive and defensive, played a
major part in most of the GHS Ponies l5 defeats during
the l949-50 basketball campaign. To match these l5 set-
backs, the junior Streaks were able to notch only four
victories, two of these at the expense of Monmouth's
A big club, with several excellent varsity prospects,
Coach Art Eish's charges just couldnt seem to get rolling.
They opened the season with a loss to the Alwood varsity
squad, 5l-33, and dropped two more before garnering their
first win, a 36-21 victory over the East Peoria sophs.
Ollie Thierry's basket in a sudden death overtime gave
the GHS sophs a 57-55 triumph over East Moline, the con-
querors of the Ponies in an earlier tilt, 49-35. The other
two victories were over the Monmouth sophs, by scores
of 48-40 and 40-33.
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Front Row: O. Thierry, D. Peterson, D. Swanson, D. Hertenstein, I. Macdonald, E. Strawn, D. Olmstead, A. Shelton, T. Camper, A.
Harshbarger. Second Row: C. Brown, S. Love, T. tiles, D. Taylor, H. Bramlett, B. Buck, F. Pacey, D. Iordon, I. Nelson, W. Mohr,
B. Stuart, B. Miller. Third Bow: I. Gustine, L. Mitchell, B. Chisholm, R. Benson, E. Montgomery, A. Anderson, P.Benson, K. Murray,
R. Francisco, E. Clark, I. Van Dyke, I. Carlson, I. Alderson, D. Stipp, D. Cozad, L. Anderson. Fourth Row: C. Lawrence, W. Murphy,
B. Davis, D. Wilder, P. Iohnson, L. Adolphson, L. Wehrmeister, T. Snouse, K. Luttrell, D. Hare, C. Pilcher, H. Allen, B. Wright, D.
Baldwin, B. Davis, H. May.
With O1'1lY SlX lellefmen OU hand for the 1950 Sed son, track coach C. C. Van Dyke was forced to build
his team from new material. As the 5955011 WOre On the Silver Streak tracksters developed strength in
the field events and distances, but still lacked capable perfgrmerg in the dashes,
Harold Bramlett, a letterwinner, and two new men from Wataqa, Keith Murray and Paul Benson, led
the distance men. Bob Buck, Bod Stuart, and Reginald Francisco were all letterwinning 440 men. Stuart
also ran the 880, as did Gene SCl'1Wanlie, another "G" wearer. Errol Clark earned his letter as a broad
Buck Was the team's iron man in early meets, appearing in four or five events in each encounter.
Howard Keene WGS the team'S biq threat in the field events, as he consistently placed high in both
the shot put and discus. In the Streaks' first four meets, he scored six tirsts and two seconds.
Other Streak Cinder men who were important cogs in the GHS scoring machine were Del Iordan,
Fred Pacey, Al Harshbarger, Iim Nelson, and lim Macdonald.
A number of promising sophomores were on hand this year. Several of them performed in varsity
meets. T. I. Iiles, Wayne Mohr, Dick Alderson, lim Carlson, Eugene Montgomery, Bill Miller, and toe
Thompson led the first year men.
Van Dyke's men opened the season with a smashing dual meet victory over Abingdon. They finished
fourth in the Geneseo Belays and tied for third in the Kewanee Belays. In the annual triangular meet
with Monmouth and Canton, they swept to victory, scoring nine firsts. I wanted to be on the track team
but l met my end on the quarter mile.
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First Row: Fred Rippel, Ralph Cook, Ernest Scott, lack Liby, Ray Pediqo, lim Wirt, lim Horaney, Don Patterson. Second Row: Bill
Tutt, Chuck Boothe, Bill I-lillier, john Van Fleet, Bill Kimmitt, Oscar Skinner, Anton Grabill, lack Crane, Don Durbin, Ted Trulock.
Third Row: Dick Pierson, Ronald Miller, Don Moberg, Lee Madvig, Tom Weir, Duane Severns, Don l-lulick, Dale Ehlen, lim Dugan,
Bud Bradbury, Roger Whorley, Bob Hickerson, Rodney Davison.
For the second year in a row, Coach Charles
Bednar's baseball team began in midseason to
pull out of an early slump.
As the Reflector goes to press, the Silver
Streak nine has compiled a record of five Wins
and six losses.
Three of those victories came consecutively
in late April, starting with a 3-l triumph over
Peoria Woodruff in one of baseball's real oddi-
ties, a double no-hit game.
At the start of the season, all but one of the
regulars were seniors. As the season moved
on, however, Coach Bednar frequently inserted
juniors and sophomores into the lineup.
Weak hitting was the Streaks' main bugaboo
during the early season. Second baseman lohn
Van Fleet Was responsible for the largest por-
tion of batting attacks.
Senior Don Durbin and juniors Bill Hillier and
lim Horaney carried the GHS pitching load,
Durbin was the GHS moundsman in the Wood-
ruff game, when neither garnered a hit.
Three seniors and a junior formed the regular
infield. lim Wirt, the Streaks' leading fielder,
held down first, john Van Fleet was at second
and Fred Rippel covered third, While Ralph
Cook, a junior, handled the shortstop position.
Oscar Skinner, Ernest Scott and Bill Kimmitt,
all seniors, were the original outfielders, but Ted
Trulock's mid-season hitting moved him into a
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Front Row: I. Van Dyke, L. Anderson, T. Trulock, K. VanDell, H. Bramlett, Second Row: I. Alder-
son, B. Chisholm, K. Blucker, K. Luttrell, K. Murray. Third Row: E. Clark, P. Benson, D. Murray,
C. Pilcher, C. Brown. Fourth Row: Mr. Hungerford, A. Harshbarger, B. Westberg, R. Francisco.
Coach Bob Hungerford once again
built a winning combination from a min-
imum of veteran material. Three letter-
men from last year's fine team greeted
Hungerford at the initial practice ses-
sion. These were Harold Bramlett, Errol
Clark, and Iohn Van Dyke.
The new school consolidation brought
to the GHS mentor two of the finest dis-
tance runners seen on the Galesburg
High scene in several years in Keith
Murray and Paul Benson. These two
harriers from Wataga consistently were
among the leaders in any meet the
Culmination of a great season came in
a double dose. First of all, the team
copped the championship of the rugged
Northwest Conference. Secondly, Streak
harrier Paul Benson qualified for the
state championship meet held at Cham-
Prospects for next year should keep
Coach Hungerford in smiles until next
fall. Four letter winners will be back,
with any other talent which may come
up from the junior highs or may de-
velop from other squad members. Of
the four veterans, Benson will assuredly
be of championship calibre.
Eight Streak runners received varsity
monograms. These included: Seniors,
Harold Bramlett, Errol Clark, Iohnny
Van Dyke, Gene Schwanke, and Keith
Murray: juniors, Larry Anderson, Paul
Benson, and Ted Trulock.
eft to right: Howard Roate, Iohn Goodwin, lohn McKenzie, Dick Carlson, Dick
ogard, Bill Lundquist, Robert Blakeney.
Although there was a lack of lettermen
at the start of the season, the outlook for
the l95O golf team was considerably
better than that of the past year.
ln early meets and practice sessions,
the GHS golfers were turning in con-
sistently better scores than in previous
years, when Galesburg teams were on
the mediocre side. Coach Homer Zum-
walt foresaw a brighter future for the
After several weeks of competitive
practice, the squad was cut to eight
men. Members of the team for the ma-
jority of the season were Bob Blakeney,
Dick Carlson, Howard Boate, Bob
Sparks, lohn McKenzie, Denny Serdahl,
Iohn Goodwin, and Bill Lundquist. The
starting five was chosen from this
The Galesburg linksmen opened their
season by beating Pekin, SV2 to ESV2. ln
an early meet with Kewanee's defend-
ing state champion aggregation they
were edged by the same score. Other
teams that the Streaks encountered in
various meets were Davenport, Peoria
Central, Peoria Manual, Moline, and
other NWC and lllini Conference mem-
lf I could get out of this golf bag,
I'd like to play a little too.
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Top: Bob McClurq, lim Wirt, Dick Walker, Dick Carlson. Bottom: lohn Line, Don Peterson, Delbert lordon.
Galesburg's intramural program, one of the
best in the state, once again proved to be the
most popular extra-curricular activity for GHS
boys. With over thirty sports on the yearly
calendar, the IM activities, directed by Mr.
Charles Bednar, provide an opportunity for
every boy who is not a member of a varsity
team to participate.
For the third consecutive year, the BUDGET
sponsored the presentation of medals to the five
leading intramural participants, according to a
point system established by Mr. Bednar. The
winner of the first place award is designated
Hlntramural Athlete of the Year."
The major sport on the fall calendar is soccer-
football. The golf tourney also drew a number
of participants. Other activities were horseshoes
singles and doubles tournaments, ping-pong
singles and doubles, archery, badminton and
volleyball. Co-recreational ping-pong, badmin-
ton, archery, and volleyball gave girls a chance
to participate in the intramural program.
Basketball is the principal sport in the pro-
gram. Three eight team class leagues play a
regular round-robin schedule, with the top
three teams from both the junior and senior
league and the first two from the sophomore
meeting in a tournament to determine the All-
School Champion. This year The Angel's sec-
ond place senior team captained by Dick Carl-
son, won the championship.
Other winter sports were the inter-class swim
meet, chess, and the free-throwing contest. The
pool was open two nights a week for recrea-
A double round-robin softball tourney involv-
ing four teams is a feature of the spring program.
The inter-class track meet, won this year by the
seniors, is another big event.
Since Mr. Bednar took over the intramural
program several years ago, it has grown into
one of the best in this area. Mr. Bednar has
received several inquiries from distant places
concerning the GHS program. His talent for
efficiency and organization has brought about
an intramural program that is equaled by very
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSCCIATICN
As l was on my way home from
school one day, it started to rainy and
because l had left all four of my galosh-
es at home, l promptly ducked into the
nearest door. The door led to the girls'
gym, and l found myself surrounded by
an enormous group of girls who were
Girls' Athletic Association members.
Any girl who wishes to participate in
extra curricular athletics may join GAA
for a small fee. A different sport goes
on each week night, and every six
weeks a whole new group of sports is
organized. Some of the sports are mod-
ern dance, tumbling, swimming, bowl-
ing, riflery, badminton, tennis, ping-
pong, and basketball.
After watching two girls play a wild
game of ping-pong and getting hit three
times, l decided to find out who headed
the organization. l found that Martha
Dyer was president: loyce Landon, Vice-
presidentg losie Craig, reporting secre-
tary, Katie Myers, corresponding sec-
retary, and Marilyn Zugg, treasurer.
Miss Wilkens, Miss Rust, and Miss
Blumenshine are the faculty supervisors.
Front Row: President Martha Dyer, Miss Elumenshine, Vice-President loyce
Landon. Second Row: Treasurer Marilyn Zugg, Secretary Kathryn Myers,
and Corresponding Secretary losie Craig,
Front Row: C. Lieber, B. Beebe, D. Nelson, l. Goode. Se-coni Row: M. Shannon, K. Bages, M. Williamson, D. Graves, G.
Schienbein. Third Row: l. Danielson, E. Addis, R. Carlson, P. Wood, A. Smith. Fourth Row: B. Bryngelson, N. Gabriel, B.
Swartout, l. Murray, D. Clarke, M. Harprnan.
Bill Lundquist, Program Chairmang
Howard Keene, Financial Chairman:
Due to the tact that l'm the mascot of the
Silver Streaks, l'm especially anxious to let you
in on what the Pep Club does. It's a very
special club made up ot representatives from
advisories for the purpose of getting some real
The Pep Club sees to it that various other
clubs and associations present pep assemblies.
I even made a personal appearance in one!
Also the Pep Club attends to halt-time inter-
mission at games and all publicity concerning
the Silver Streaks in action. lt builds up the
competitive spirit and boosts the morale of the
players and fans at the games by having e
cheering section that can really be heard.
Leading the activities oi this energetic club is
Bill Lundquist, program chairman: Howard
Keene, iinancial chairman: and Ted Trulock
business chairman. Mr. Roy Damberg is the
Ted Trulock, Business Chairman.
I. DeWeese, H. Holman, l. VanWinkle
I. DeWeese, E. Sloan
B. Strader, A. Hunter
S. Thomas, S. McGill
Despite popular opinion that the "G" ot the
G Club stands for my tavorite dog food, Mr.
Gerald Phillips, sponsor of the organization,
convinced me that the "G" stands for Galesburg
and is awarded to all boys who have earned a
varsity letter. These Winners band together in
one of GHS's most exclusive clubs.
The sports included are cross country, foot-
ball, basketball, baseball, track, and golf. Be-
sides the boys, tour girls have invaded the or-
ganization and become honorary members by
serving as varsity cheerleaders.
Led by the club's otticers, Bill Lundquist,
president, Allan Killingsworth, vice-presidentg
Rod Stuart, secretary: and Don Cox, treasurer,
the members peddle pencils, pennants, and
stickers around school. They check coats at all
basketball games. All ot the money went for
the annual banquet held at the Custer Hotel.
This banquet is to honor the parents of G Club
This year to strengthen the club all the boys
had to sign the pledge ot sportsmen. This stated
that they would keep and uphold training and
sportsmanship rules. All in all, the G Club
helps make bigger and better athletes from
Front Row: Treasurer Don Cox President B111 Lundquist Secretary
Rod Stuart. Second Row Coach Phillips Vice President Alan
Killingsworth Coach VanDyke
Front Row: I. VanDyke, I. Roelle, L.
Anderson, P. Benson. Second Row: D,
Patterson, E. Scott, I. Horaney, D, Kirk-
bride, R. Cook, B. Hillier. Third Row:
I. Macdonald, R. Pearson, D. Durbin, D,
Hertenstein, F. Rippel, I. Eary, I. Bandy.
Fourth Row: O. Carmichael, T. Trulock,
E. Schwanke, C. Boothe, D. Bogard, C.
Duckwiler, H. Bramlett, E. Clark, Fifth
Bow: D. Stotfel, K. Murray, I. Wirt, B.
Buck, L. Wehrrneister, B. Nelson, H.
Butler, S. Olson.
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After twelve years of hard labor, our senior class
is finally getting their walking papers. Now just
where they're going to be walking, I haven't the
For three wonderful years I have had some 320
seniors under my wing. CI should say paw.l I've
watched them run up and down the hall trading
senior cards, friendship pictures, and making plans
for senior day. It seems like only three years ago
that they came to GHS. As a matter of fact, It was
three years ago, and in two months it will be three
years and two months ago.
Getting down to all seriousness, if that be pos-
sible, I want to take this opportunity to speak my
piece to the senior class. You, the class of 1950,
were seniors the year GHS adopted a school flag.
You were seniors the year of the half-century mark:
the year the BUDGET won the All-American Award:
the year the football team tied for first place in the
Illini Conference. Thinking back over all these ac-
complishments, l'd say you were a pretty exclusive
bunch. You have had honors as seniors that none
others may ever witness. And, don't you forget it!
Think back on these days and these accomplish-
ments, and use them to spur you on to greater heights.
GHS now bids you adieu and thanks you for the
fame and fun you have brought her. Think back
upon GHS, and remember her as she will always
remember you. So long, seniors.
Adams, Cecile 1101, 48
Adams, Sara 1121, 20, 56, 64, 75
Adcock, Edward 1121 20
Adcock, Man 1111, 38, 56, 79
Adcock, ary Ann 1121, 20, 79
Addis, Eleanor 1111, 38, 71, 101
Adolphson, La Vern 1111, 38, 61, 72, 73, 88,
Ahline, Fred 1121, 20
Aitchison, Mr. John, 14
Aitchison, Martha 1111, 38, 75
Akeyson, Joyce 1111, 38, 71, 76
Alderson, Jack 1101, 48, 57, 76,
Brown, Walter 1101, 48, 71
Brown, William 1111, 38
Brumtield, Mary 1101, 48
Brunkow, Patricia Ann 1101, 48
Bryngelson, Beverly 1121, 21, 56, 61, 76, 81,101
Buck, Robert 1111, 38, 57, 73, 90, 94, 103
Bullman, Mary May 1121, 21, 67, 75, 76, 77
Bullman, Mr. Theodore, 10
Bullman, Theodore 1101. 48, 78, 89
Burchell, Donna 1111. 38, 67, 72
Burier, Eileen 1111, 39
Bur ett, Connie 1111, 39
Burnett, Carolyn 1121, 21, 70, 71
Burnette, Alice 1121, 21, 79
Alexander, Curtis 1101, 48, 78
Alexander, Ralph 1101, 48
Allen, Barbara 1111, 38
Allen, Erma 1121, 79
Henry 1121, 94
Mr. Kermit, 14, 67, 75
Margene 1101, 48, 56
Bushong, Beverly 1101, 48
Bushong, Donna 1101, 48
Butkovich, Barbara 1101, 48
Butler, Donald 1111, 39
Butler, Harold 1121, 21, 86, 88, 103
Butler, Howard 1101, 48
Allender, Carol 1101, 48, 64, 70,
Amato, Mary 1111, 38
Amundsen, Miss Ramona, 14
Butler, Virginia 1101, 48
Byland, Mary Louise 1101, 48
Audrey 1121, 20, 80
Donna 1121, 20, 80
Miss Hazel, 17, 74
Anderson, arry 1101, 38, 78, 94, 96, 103
Anderson, Miss Rachel, 14
Anderson, Richard 1111, 38, 57, 71, 76
Anderson, Robert 1121, 20, 79
Anderson, 1Villiam 1101, 48, 93. 94
Janet 1101, 48, 63, 70, 81
Anson, Francine 1121. 20
Applebey, Donald 1121, 20
Applebey, Martha 1111, 38
Armstrong, Mary 1101, 70, 71
Armstrong, Raymond 1121, 20
Ashmeade, Betty 1111, 38, 63, 67, 75
Austin, Donald 1101, 48, 70
Cabrera, Mary 1111, 39
Camper, Thomas 1111, 39, 57, 73, 94
Carley, Barbara 1101, 48
Betty 1111, 39
Carlson, Eleanor 1101, 48, 65, 67
Carlson, Evelyn 1121, 22
Carlson, James 1101, 78, 89, 94
Carlson, Nancy 1111, 39, 61, 65
Carlson, Richard 1121, 21, 57, 97, 98
Rosalie 1111, 39 56, 73, 101
'Mar 1121 22 Q1
Carmichael, Cgrville 1121, 22, 57, 90, 103
Carns, James 1101, 57, 89
Carter, Barbara 1111, 39, 70, 71, 73
Carter, Darlene 1101, 48
Catron, James 1101, 72, 89
Chamberlain, Mr. Edward, 15
Chambers, Shirley 1101, 48
Baars, Mary 1121, 20
Bacon, George 1121, Z0
Bages, Ann 1101, 48, 70, 71, 78
Bages, Katherine 1121, 20, 101
Baintetr, Gloria 1111, 38
Baldwin, Richard 1101, 48, 61, 72, 94
Bandy, Jack 1121, 20, 73, 86, 88, 103
Chesko, Mr. Edward, 15
Childers, Betty 1111, 39
Childers, Donald 1121, 22
Chisholm, Bruce 1101, 48, 71, 73,
Christianson, Joan 1111, 39, 79
Christofferson, Mary Anne 1121, 2
2, 63, 70,
Beacom, Carole 1101, 48
Beacom, Richard 1101, 48, 72
Beaird, Betty 1111, 38
Bean, Marjorie 1111, 38, 66, 81
Bean, Wanda 1111, 38
Beavers, Merci 1101, 48
Bednar, Mr. Charles, 14
Beebe, Bonnie 1121. 20, 101
Bell, Montgomery 1111, 38, 67
Bellamy, Alice 1111, 38, 56, 78
Bengtson, Sylvia 1121, 20, 61, 64,
Benson, Paul 1111, 38, 72,
Benson, Ray 1111, 38, 94
Benz, Patricia 1101, 48
Billups, Jerry 1101, 48
Bird, Dwight 1101, 48, 72, 78
Birmingham, Barry 1111, 38, 76
Biddle, Mrs. Vera, 14
Black, Shirley 1101, 48, 70, 73
Blakeney, Robert 1121, 20
Bledsoe, Leona 1121, 21
Blucker, Donald 1111, 38, 71
Blucker. Kenneth 1101, 48, 73, 96
Blue, Elizabeth 1121, 21
Blue, Fred 1101, 48
Blumenshine, Miss Mary, 14, 101
Bocox, Nadine 1121, 21, 56
Bodeen, Carol 1101, 48, 72
Bodeen, Marian 1121, 21, 81
Bodenhamer, Charlotte 1121. 21
Bodenhamer, XVilliam 1101, 48
Bogard, Richard 1121, 21, 57, 75, 86, 88, 97,103
Bohannan, Merrill 1121, 21
Bonesteel. Betty 1101, 48
Boothe, Charles 1121, 21, 61, 75, 86, 88, 95,103
Bowen, Mr. Riley, 14
Bower, Martha 1121, 21, 61, 74, 78, 81
Bowman, Roger 1111, 38, 70
Boyd, Clyde 1101, 48
Boyd, Rose 1111, 38
Boyer, Normalee 1121, 21, 79
Bradburn, Greta 1111, 38
Bradbury, Joan 1121, 21, 70, 71
Bradbury, Overton 1101, 48, 72, 73, 89, 93, 95
Bradley, Alan 1101, 48, 70
Bramlett, Harold 1121, 94, 96, 103
Brand, Robert 1111, 38
Bremhorst, Richard 1111, 38, 81, 90
Brewer, Beverly 1101, 48
Brock, Elna Ann 1111, 38, 61, 65, 67, 75, 77
Brokaw, DeEtte 1111, 38
Brooking. Mr. Thomas, 14
Brown, Charles 1121, 21, 78, 94, 96
Brown, Joan 1121, 21, 79
Brown, Marilyn 1101, 48
73, 74, 75
73, 94, 96, 103
Claeivs, Marie 1111. 39
Clar , Errol 1121, 22, 94, 96, 103
Clark, Marvin 1101, 48
Clark, Ona Lee 1101, 48, 56
Clark, Patricia 1111, 39, 63, 81
Clark, Peggy 1111, 39, 67, 81
Clarke, Dorothy 1121, 22, 101
Clevenger, Bernice 1101, 48
Clevenger, Vernice 1101, 48
Coburn, Albert 1111, 39
Cochran, Carolyn 1101, 48, 61, 67
Coffey, Dale 1101, 48
Coffey, Shirley 1121, 22, 80
Coffman, Theodore 1101, 48, 78
Collopy, Mary Lou 1101, 48
Collopy, Verna 1121, 22
Colwell, James 1111, 39
Condreay, David 1111, 39
Conner, Bett 1111, 39
Connour, Robert 1111. 39
Cook, Bettilee 1121, 22, 56, 64, 67
Cook, Dean 1121, 22. 71
Cook, Louise 1101, 48. 67, 70, 72,
Cook, Patricia 1111. 39, 79
Cook, Ralgh 1111, 39, 86, 88, 90, 95, 103
Cooley, T omas 1111, 39
Cooper, Lavonnia 1101, 48, 71, 72
Cotton, Joan 1101, 48
Coupland, Gladys 1121, 22, 73
Coupland, Lois 1101. 49, 72
Courson, Shirley 1101, 49
Courtright, Patricia 1121, 22, 79
Cowell, Cynthia 1101, 49, 56. 65, 72
Cox, Donald 1121, 22, 66, 75,
Cozad, F. Dale 1101, 89, 94
Coziahr, Alice 1121. 22, 79
Craig, Gene 1111, 39, 72
Craig, Joan 1121, 22, 101
Craig, Lorene 1101, 49
Crane, Jack 1111, 39, 95
Cravens, James 1111, 39, 78
Criser, Kenneth 1111, 39
Cross, Dean 1121, 22
Crow, Joyce 1101, 49
Cunningham, Jack 1111, 39
Curry, Marjorie 1101, 49
Dalton, Richard 1121. 23
Damberg, Mr. Roy, 15
Dameron, Mr. Arthur, 15
Danforth, Donald 1101. 49, 78
Danielson, Jo Anne 1121, 23. 101
Darnell, Betty 1121, 23, 70, 71
Davis, Donna 1101, 49, 71
Davis, Richard 1121, 23
Robert D. 1101, 49, 89, 93, 94
Davis, William 1121, 88, 94
Davison, Rodney 1121, 23, 88, 95
Dawson, William 1111, 39, 57
Deal, Allan 1101, 49, 93
Deem, Norma 1101, 49
DeLong. Donna 1121, 23, 61,
Denly, Donna 1121, 23
Denny Miss Velma, 15
Derry, Marjorie 1101, 49
DeSpain, Delores 1121, 23, 73
Deulen, Annilee 1121, 23
Devoss, Robert 1101, 77
DeWeese, Joan 1101, 49, 71, 77, 102
62, 66, 74,
DeWeese, Joe 1101, 49, 71, 73,
DeWeese, Rex 1101, 57, 89
DeWeese, VVilliam 1121, 23, 79
Dexter, Joyce 1111, 39, 79
Diehl, Frances 1121, 23
Diehl, Merrill 1101, 49
Dixon, Ann 1111, 39
Dixon, John 1111, 39, 72, 73
Donaldson, Mr. LeRoy, 15, 79
Donaldson, Mrs. LeRoy, 11
Donaldson, Mary Jane 1111, 39, 71
Dougherty, James 1101, 49
Dowell, Marilyn 1101, 49, 56
Downey, James 1101, 49
Duckwiler, Charles 1111, 40
Duckwiler, Elbert 1111, 40, 103
Dunbar, Howard 1101, 78
Dunbar, Larry 1101, 78
Dungan, James 1101, 49, 95
Dunleve , James 1121. 23, 62, 64, 75
Dunn, Nlir. Ray, 15. 78
Durbin, Donald 1121, 23, 57, 95, 103
Durbin, Richard 1101, 49
DuVall, Beverly 1111, 40
Dwyer, Bette 1111, 40
Dyer, Harriette 1111. 40
Dyer, Martha 1121, 23, 61, 101
Eary, Jack 1121, 23, 61, 67, 86, ss
Eckman, Patsy 1121, 23, 56
Edwards, Roberta 1121, 23, 67, 79
Edwardson, Donna 1121, 23, 61, 63
Edwardson, William 1121, 24
Ehlen, Dale 1101, 49, 89, 95
Ellison, Joan 1101, 49, 70, 72
Emery, Robert 1121. 24
Empson, Robert 1101, 49, 73, 89, 93
Emstrom, Dwight 1111, 40, 78
Ericson, Philip 1111, 40
Everist, Mary Ann 1121, 24, 56, 61, 62,
Fach, Rita 1111, 40, 67
Farrell, Patty 1121, 24
Feather, Mar Louise 1111, 40, 49
Fell, Robert 1y111, 40, 72, 76
Fields, Louise 1101, 49
Finney, Barbara. 1121, 24, 79
Firoved, Edna Mae 1101, 49, 71, 72
Fish, Mr. Arthur, 15, 89
Fisher, Donna 1101, 49
Flesher, Ned 1111, 40, 70, 71, 72
Folger, Robert 1101, 49
Forsythe, Mary Jo 1101, 49
Foster, Eugene 1111, 40, 88
Foster, Jan 1101. 49, 89, 93
Foster, Jane 1101, 49, 61
Foster, Jean 1101, 49
Frambes, Mary Ann 1121, 24
Frambes, Rhoda 1101. 49
Francisco, Reginald 1121, 24, 94, 96
Frazier, Maurice 1101, 49
Fuller, Donald 1111, 40
Fullerton, Verajean 1121, 24, 70, 71, 81
Furrow, Marjorie 1121, 24, 70, 71, 74, 81
Gabriel, Nancy 1111, 40, 71, 101
Galiher, Jo Ce 1121, 24, 80
Galloway, Gyale 1111, 40, 72
Galusha, Rodney 1101, 49
Galyean, Betty 1101, 49
Garfield, Diane 1101, 49
Garfield, Donna 1121, 24, 79
Garrett, Roberta 1101, 49
Gash, Luan 1101, 49, 73
Gatlin, Xvillard 1121, 24, 76
Gavillet, Raymond 1101, 49
Gerstenberger, Charles 1121, 24, 61, 67, 90
Gerstenberger, Judy 1111, 40, 61, 73
Gibbs, Patricia 1111, 40
Gittings, Mr. Clarence, 10
Gillenwater, Patricia 1121. 24
Gillette, Kathleen 1101, 49, 70
Glas, Theodore 1121, 24, 57
Glass, Hazel 1103, 49
Glendening, Ernestyne 1103, 49
Glendening, Virgil 1123, 24
Goethe, David 1113. 40, 72
Goode, Jane 1123, 24, 78, 101
Goodwin, John 1113, 40, 57, 72, 73, 97
'Goodwin Mr. VVilliam, 12
Goudschaal. Philip 1103, 49
Gould. WVilliam 1113, 40
Grabill, Anton 1113. 40, 88, 92, 95
Grant, Dean 1123. 24. 70
Graves, Dorothy 1123. 25. 101
Greene, Lawrence 1103, 76
Grev, Floyd Lee 1103, 49
Mr. John, 15
Jolene 1113, 40
Griffith, Phyllis 1123, 25, 56, 63, 78, 81
Griffith, Raymond 1123, 25
VVilliam 1123, 25
Grover, James 1123, 25, 78
Guenther, Howard 1103. 49, 78
Gustafson, Darlene 1103, 49
'Gust'ne, James 1103, 84, 89, 93
Gutierrez, Norma 1123, 25
Irma 1113, 40, 42, 56
Hall, Donald 1123, 79
Hall, Herman 1103, 49, 61, 65. 78
Hall l3Iar 1113, 40, 73
Hall, Rodsiiey 1103, 49, 66, 73, 89
Hall, Ronald 1103, 49
Hall, Virginia 1103, 49
Hallas, Nancy 1103, 49, 56
Hallberg, Rodney 1103. 49, 57, 70, 73
Hampton. James 1103. 71
Haney. James 1113. 40, 61, 71, 72
Hansbrough, Jean 1113, 40
Hansen, Ronald 1103, 49, 93
Hanson, Verna 1113. 40
Hardine, Donald 1103, 89
Hare, Danny 1103, 50
Hare, Richard 1103: 94
Harkness, Robert 1103. 50
Harper, James 1123, 71
Harpman, lhlarilyn 1113. 40. 101
Harris, Patricia 1123, 25, 72
Harris, Ruth 1123, 25
Harris, VVilliam 1103
Harrison, Katie 1103, 50
Joanne 1103. 49, 70, 71, 72
Harshbarger, Allan 1113, 40, 73, 92, 94,
Harshbarger, Arline 1113, 40, 73
Harshbarger, Mr. Royal, 15, 77
Harvey, lVIarilyn 1113, 40, 78, 81
'Harvey, Phyllis 1123, 25
Harvey, VVarren 1123. 25
Hawkins, Eugene 1123, 25
Hawkinson, Newton 1113, 40, 78
Healey, Vlfilliam 1113, 41
Hearne, Marlene 1113, 41, 78
Hechler, Carol 1113, 41, 70, 71
Heck, Beverly 1103, 50
Heck, Verle 1123, 25, 78
Hegg, Mr. Roland, 16
Henderson, Lillian 1113, 41
Henderson, Thelma 1113, 41, 67
Hendricks, Marilyn 1103, 50, 66, 67
Hendricks, Mr. Robert, 16
Henninger, Marilyn 1113. 41
Herche, Betty 1123, 25, 79
Hertenstein, Dean 1123, 25, 67, 86, 88,
Hess, Betty Jean 1113, 41
Hess, Billie Allen 1123, 25, 79
Hickerson, Robert 1103, 95
Hicks, Marilyn 1123, 25
Higgason, Thomas 1113, 41
Hill, Katherine 1123, 25
Hill, Theetis 1123, 26
Hillier, Richard 1123, 26, 92
Hillier, WVilliam 1113, 86, 88, 92, 94, 103
Hinchliif, Miss Virginia, 16
Hirst, John 1103, 50, 70, 71, 72
Hix, Jack 1113, 41, 57
Hocker, Robert 1113, 41
Hoffman, Katherine 1123, 26
Hollingsworth, Jerry 1113, 41
Hollingsworth, Joseph 1123, 26
Holloway, James 1113. 41
Holman, Helen 1103, 50, 63, 67, 102
Holman, Norma 1113, 41
Holt, Patrick 1103, 50
Holmes, Barbara 1103, 50
Holther, l3Irs. Marjorie, 16
Horaney, James 1113, 41. 73, 95, 103
Horn, Frederick 1123, 26
Horn, VVavne 1113, 41, 88
Howard, Charlie 1113, 50, 57
Howard, Donald 1123, 26
Howland, Alpha Gay 1123, 26, 80
Huffman, Patricia 1123, 26. 73
Hughey, Phyllis 1103, 50, 67, 70
Hughey, Richard 1123, 26, 71
Hulick, Donald 1123, 26, 88, 95
Hull, Betty 1103, 50
Hull, James 1113, 41, 73
Hungerford, Mr. Robert, 16, 80, 96
Hunt, Beverly 1103, 50
Hunter, Alice 1123, 56, 61, 62, 75, 81,
Hunter, Lois 1103, 50
Hurt, Jo Ann 1123, 26, 56
Husmann, Donna 1123, 26, 61,
Hyman, Wilma 1123, 26
Imel, JoAnn 1103, 50, 72
Ingersoll, Selma 1123, 26
Inness, George 1103, 50, 78
Irvine, Miss Ellen, 16
Isley, Mr. John H., 10
Jacobs, Alice Faye 1123, 27, 61
Jacobs, Donald 1123, 27, 76
Jacobs, Eleanor 1103, 50
Jacobs, Mary 1113, 41, 72
Jackson, VVilliam 1103, 50, 73, 78
Jewsbury, Jean 1123, 27, 61, 64, 66,
Jiles, Thomas J. 1103, 86, 94
Johnson, Alvin.1123, 27, 78
Johnson, Beatrice 1113, 41
Johnson, Charles 1113, 78, 88
Johnson, Delores 1103, 50
Johnson, Donald 1113, 41
Johnson, Eric 1113, 41, 71
Johnson, Erwin 1113, 41, 57, 86, 88
Johnson, H. Richard 1113, 41
Johnson, Jane 1103, 50, 60, 61
Johnson, Marilyn 1103, 50
Johnson, Merritt 1103, 50
Johnson, Michael 1103, 78
Johnson, Phillip 1123, 27, 94
Johnson, Ra 1113, 41
Johnson, Robert 1113, 41
Johnson, Roland 1123, 27
Johnson. Ronald 1113, 41, 76
Jones, Mr. Fred, 16
Jordon, Delbert 1123, 27, 67, 94, 98
Kainu, Miss Myrtle, 16
Keene, Howard 1123, 27, 86, 88, 102
Kellaway, Peter 1113, 41, 61, 73, 88
Kelly, Shirley 1113, 41, 56, 81
Kelso, Patricia 1113, 41, 65, 81
Kemmitt, Jane 1103. 50
Kennedy, Junia 1103, 50, 56
Roland 1113, 41
Betty 1103, 50
Richard 1113, 41
Kidder, Ronald 1103, 50, 89
Kidder, Shirley 1103, 50, 70
Kilby, Dixie Lee 1103, 50, 70
Kilgore, VVesley 1123, 27, 79
Killingsworth, Alan 1123, 27, 57, 61, 72,
Kimmitt, Jack 1123, 27, 67, 72, 87, 88
Kimmitt, William 1123, 27, 57, 72, 95
Kinton., Alyce 1123, 27, 72
Kirkbride, Dale 1123, 27, 74, 92, 103
Kirkbride, Shirley 1113, 41
-Klapp, E'arl 1123, 27, 72, 73
Klinck, Diana 1103, 50
Knight, Florence 1113, 42
Knowles, Shirley 1103, 50
Kremer, Marianne 1113, 42, 70, 71, 73
Kuhl, Patricia 1123, 27
Kunkle, Mary 1123, 27
Lage, Glendale 1123, 27
Lagerstrom, Paul 1113, 42
LaFollette, XVesley 1103, 50
Lake, Alice 1113, 42, 61
Lamoree, Susan 1103, 50, 67
Landon, Bernadette 1103, 50
Landon, Joyce 1113, 42, 101
Landon, Mary Lou 1123, 28, 56, 63, 78
Lantz, Bruce 1103, 70, 72
Lantz, 1N1r. Edwin, 16, 70, 71
Larner, Frederick 1123. 28, 78
Larson, Donna 1123, 28
Larson, Jane 1103, 50
Lasser, Donald 1123, 28
Laswell, Joanne 1113, 42
Laswell, llfIerle 1103, 70
Lavely, Darlene 1103, 50
Lavendar, Donald 1103, 50
Lawerence, Charles 1113, 42, 94
Lawson, Jane 1103, 50
Leaf, Josephine 1123, 28, 65, 67, 70, 71, 75
Lentz, NVi1bur 1103, 50
Lentz, VVilma Jean 1123, 28
Lenz, Shirley 1123, 28
Leon, Mary 1123, 28
Leppert, Joanne 1113, 42
Lester, Mr. J. D., 16
Letcher, Nancy 1113, 42, 63, 64, 73, 75
Lib , Jack 1113. 42, 92, 95
Lieber, Clarice 1123, 28, 60, 78, 101
Lindbeck, John 1113, 42, 70, 72
Lindberg, Donald 1113, 42
Lindberg, James 1103. 58
Lindberg, Lois 1103, 50, 56, 73
Lindberg, VVeldon 1123, 28
Lindeen, Gale 1123, 28, 79
Lindsey, Mr. R. V., 10
Line, John 1123, 28, 78, 98
Lingwall, Ronald 1103, 50, 70
Lingwall, Marilyn 1123. 28, 70
Little, Joyce 1123, 28, 56, 61, 62, 75, 81
Litvin, Roy 1123, 28, 79
Lofgren, Virginia 1113, 42, 78
Long, Gordan 1123. 28, 72, 73, 77, 78
Long, Paul 1103, 50, 61
Loso, Donald 1123, 28
Louttit, Richard 1123, 29, 74, 75
Love, Richard 1103, 77
Love, Sterling 1123, 29, 94
Lovell, Alice 1113, 42
Lovitt, Craig 1123, 29, 74, 75
Lucas, Hannah 1113, 42
Lucas, Mr. Ralph D., 10
Luna, Tony 1123, 29
Luiaadjfguist, VVilliam 1123, 29, 60, 90, 97,
Luttrell, Kenneth 1103, 50, 96
Luvall, Shirley 1123, 29, 77
Lydic, Lowell 1113, 42, 72
McAdam, Shirley 1103, 50
McAdams, Katherine 1113. 42
McCall, James 1123, 29, 57
McCall, VVanda 1103, 50
McClain, Jacqueline 1103, 50, 63. 70
McClurg, Robert 1123, 29, 61, 98
McCombs, Audre 1123, 29, 56, 63, 70, 73,
McCormick, Mr. Vfayne, 17, 75
McDorman, Barbara 1113, 42
McFarland, Leonard 1103, 50, 70
McGahey, Doris 1103, 50
McGill, Sharon 1113, 42, 64, 70, 72, 102
McGraw, Alice 1113, 42. 70
McKenzie, John 1103. 50. 57. 97
McKinley, Norma 1103, 50, 70, 73
McLennon, Inez 1113, 42, 65, 70
McMichael, John 1113, 42
McMillan, Jean 1103, 50, 78. 79
McNaught. Kenneth 1103, 50
McNeal, VVayne 1113, 42, 57, 76
l3Iacdonald, James 1123, 29, 61, 72, 80, 87
Macdonald, Robert 1103, 89, 93
Madvig, Fred 1113, 42, 67
Madvig, Leland 1103, 50, 95
Mahoney, Joel 1113, 42
Malcolm, Faye 1123, 29
Manwarren, Edward 1123, 29
Mansager, Mr. Theodore, 17
Martinez, Rita 1123. 29
Martinez, Robert 1113, 92
Martinson, Omer 1123, 29, 78
Mathers, Carolyn 1103, 50
Mathers, Suzanne 1113, 42. 72
Mathews, Alma Lee 1123, 29, 56,
Mathews, Carolyn 1113, 42, 71
Maurer. Richard 1113, 42
Maxwell, WVilliam 1103, 50, 73
May, Dale 1113, 42
May, Henry 1113, 42, 94
Mayer, Arthur 1103, 50
Jack 1113, 42
Medina, lNIary 1113, 42
Lucy 1113, 43
Mellican, John 1123, 29
Mellican. Theodore 1113, 43, 78
Melton, George 1103, 50
Meriwether, Kaye 1113,
43, 66, 67, 75, 78
Merriman, Shirley 1113, 43
Metler, VValter 1113, 43, 57
Meyer, Gretchen 1103. 50
Miles, Barbara 1103, 50, 70
Miller, Cathie 1103, 50
Miller, Donald 1113, 43
Miller, Janet 1123, 29, 70, 71
Miller, Norma 1123, 29, 73
Miller, Ronald 1113, 43, 76, 95
Miller VVilliam 1103. 43, 50, 88, 94
Mills, Arthur 1123, 30
hlitchell, Betty 1113, 43
Mitchell, Leslie 1103, 61, 84, 89
Moberg, Dan 1103, 51, 78, 89, 95
Moberg. Mr. Forrest XV., 10
3Vayne 1103, 89, 93, 94
lNIontgomery, Edward 1113, 43
Montgomery, Eugene 1103, 57, 89, 94
Montgomery, Frank 1103, 57, 81
Montrose, Mrs. Hazel, 17
llIoon, Mr, XVilliam, 10
Mooney, Sharon 1113, 43
Moore, Barbara 1103, 57, 64,
Moore, Carle-ne 1113, 43, 56,
Moran, Kathlien 1113, 43
Moran, Rose Marie 1103, 57
Morehead, Marilyn 1103, 51, 72
Morehead, Ronald 1123, 30
Morris, Mary Ellen 1113, 43
Morrison, VVill1am 1123, 30, 67, 75
Muelder, Richard 1123, 30, 77
Mullhatten, Robert 1123, 57
Mummey, Robert 1113, 43
Murphy, George 1113. 43. 71, 88
Murphy, Jack 1123, 30, 67
Murphy, Villiam 1103. 51, 57, 97
Murray, JoAnn 1113, 43, 65, 70, 71, 101
Murray, Keith 1123, 30, 94, 96, 103
Murray, Richard 1105, 51, 71, 93, 96
Myers, Kathryn 1125. 30, 80, 101
Myers, Margaret 1105, 51, 65, 78
Myers, Shirle 1105, 51, 56, 65, 72, 81
Myler, Harold,1125, 30
Nape, Marjorie 1125, 30
Nash, George 1105, 51
Nelson, Ann 1125, 30
Nelson, Anne 1115, 43, 63, 64, 75, 77
Nelson, Dean 1115, 43, 78
Nelgon, Deborah 1125, 20, 66, 67, 74,
Nelson, Delores 1115, 43, 63, 67, 72
Nelson, Donna 1105, 51, 63, 65, 73
Nelson, James 1115. 43, 73, 91, 94
Nelson, Jane 1125, 20, 56, 62, 66, 75, 81
Nelson, Iarilyn 1115, 43, 60, 62, 65, 73, 75
Nelson, Stanley 1125, 30
Nelson, XVilliam 1125, 30, 60, 87, 88, 103
Neuhaus, Harold 1125, 30
Nichols, Jane Ann 1105, 51, 61, 65, 70, 72
Nichols, Suzanne 1105, 51, 72
Nichols, Thomas 1125, 30
Nickas, Grace 1125, 30
Nordgren, Kay 1105, 51, 66, 72
Norris, Betty Lou 1115, 43, 49
Norris, Margaret 1105, 51
Norton, Mary 1125, 30, 79
Nowack, Donna 1105, 51, 70, 73
Nyman, Sammie 1115. 43
Nystrom, Jo Ann 1115, 43, 61, 63, 70, 73
Nystrom, Richard 1105, 51
Oakes, Patricia 1115, 43
Obenlander, Sarajane 1125, 31, 62, 74, 75
O'Bryant, Rodney 1105, 51. 72, 73
O'Connor, Miss Dorothy, 17
Olin, WVillis 1105, 51
Olmsted, Donald 1105, 71, 94
Rees, Robert 1125, 32, 79, 87
Reeves, Rosemary 1115, 44
Redtern, James 1105, 51
Rem1ck, Robert 1115, 44
Reveles, Andy 1125, 32
Rhoades, Julia 1105, 51
Richardson, Robert 1125, 32
Richardson, Robert Leon 1115, 44
Rickords, Rodney 1105, 51, 61, 89
Riley, Norma Jean 1125, 32, 56
Rippcel, Fred 1125, 32, 57, 58, 87, 88,
Roach, Norma Jean 1105, 51
Roate, Howard 1105, 51
Robbins, Pauline 1115, 44. 73
Robinson, Pansey 1125, 32
Robinson, Paul 1125, 32
Robson, John 1125. 32, 61. 78
Roche, George 1105, 51, 70, 76
Roelle, Jack 1125, 32, 73, 87, 88, 103
Root, Doris 1105, 52
Root, Joanne 1125, 32, 72, 80
Rose, games 1105. 52
Rosen erg, Beverly 1105, 52
Rosenberg, Robert 1115, 71, 76
Ross, Janice 1125, 32
Rossell, Arnold 1115. 44, 78
Royse, Patricia 1115, 44
Rust, Miss Phyllis, 17
Rylander, Barbara 1125, 32, 67, 78
Ryin, Miss Sylvia, 12
Miss Helen, 17
Olson, Ila Mae 1105, 51
Olson, Marilyn 1125, 31
Olson, Neil 1105, 51
Olson, Russell 1125, 31, 78
Olson, Stanley 1115, 43, 73, 87, 88
Charles 1115. 43, 71
Osborn, Vera 1105, 51
Pacey, Fred 1115, 43, 73, 88, 91
Packmgham, Larry 1105, 51
Jennie 4105, 51
Page, Robert 1105. 51
Pankey, Carole 1105, 51
Park, Ro er 1125, 71
Parker, Elizabeth 1115, 43, 64, 70, 73, 75
Pascoe, Jack 1125, 31
Patanella, Mrs. Elsie, 11
Patterson, Donald 1105, 92, 95
Patterson, Joanne 1125, 31, 80
Patterson, Marilyn 1115, 43
Patterson, Richard 1125, 31, 92, 103
Patty, Phillip 1115, 43, 73
Pavlot, Ione 1125, 31, 80
Robert 1105, 51
Pearson, Ronald 1125. 31, 103
Pedigo, Raymond 1125, 31, 95
Peters, James 1125, 31, 81
Peterson, Donald 1125, 31, 94, 98
Peterson, Donald L. 1115, 43, 57
Peterson, Donald Lee 1125, 31
, Ernest 1105, 51
Peterson, Louise 1115, 44
,Marilyn 1105, 51,56
arl1105, 51, 89
Saaijenga, Miss Dena, 17
Samson, Gordon 1115, 44
Sargent, John 1115, 57, 76
Sargent, Kenneth 1105. 52
Sauter, Rodney 1115, 44, 71
Scherer, Frank 1115, 61, 66, 91
Scherer, James 1105. 52
Schienbein, Gail 1115, 44, 101
Schulz, Shirley 1125. 32, 80
Schwanke, Eugene 1125, 32, 61, 64, 72,
75, 96, 103
Scott, Ernest 1125. 32, 57, 95, 103
Scriven, Maxine 1125, 32
Scriven, Roger 1105. 52
Sedwick, Lois 1125, 33, 79
Segall, Connie 1105, 52
Segall, Joann 1105, 52, 56, 78
Sells, Suana 1105, 52, 72, 73
Serdahl, Dennis 1115, 44, 72, 73
Setterdahl, Francis 1125, 33
Setterdahl, Martin 1105, 52, 78
Severns, Duane 1105, 88, 93, 95
Shaner, Edwin 1105. 52, 72
Shannon, Marcia 1125, 33, 101
Sharp, Donna 1125. 33, 80
Sheets, Nancy 1125, 33, 71, 73
Shelton, Albert 1105, 52, 94
Shelton, Lewis 1115. 44
Sherwood, Alice 1115, 44
Shinn, Mary 1105, 52
Shinn, Mildred 1125, 33
Shore, Joan 1125, 33. 79
Short, Dixie Lee 1105, 52
Shotts, Duane 1125, 33, 71, 79
Shriber, Bonnie 1115, 44
Simpson, Mr. Lloyd, 17
Skinner, Grace 1115, 44
Skinner, Oscar 1125, 33, 95
Skipton, Steven 1115. 92
Sloan, Donna 1115. 44. 73
Sloan, Earl 1105, 52, 102
Smallwood, Leslie 1115. 44. 67
Smead, VVilliam 1125, 33, 67
Terry 1105, 52
Phillippi, Donald 1115, 41, 56
Phillips, Mr. Gerald, 17, 103
Pickard, Fred 1105, 51, 78
Pickard, Robert 1115, 44
Pierson, Richard 1115. 44, 95
Pickrel, Bernadine 1105, 51, 72
Pilcher, Chester 1105, 51, 57, 77,
Pinkel, Edris 1115, 44
Plank, John 1125, 31566, 72, 75
Plummer, Earleen 1105, 51, 72
Plummer Mar'orie 12 31, 63
Alice 1115, 44, 72, 101
Allan1 125, 33, 67
Smith, Betty 1115, 44
Smith, Mr. Charles A., 10
Dorenne 1105. 52
Eloise 1115, 44
Smith, Joyce 1115. 44
Smith, lNIaxine 1115, 44
Smith, Norma 1125, 33
Smith, Patricia Ann 1105, 52, 67, 72
Smith, Patricia Annette 1105, 52, 65, 67
Smith, Roger 1125, 33, 71
Smith, Sharla 1105, 52, 65, 67
Snider Ruth 1105, 52
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Popham, Jeretta 1105, 51, 63
Pople, Richard 1105, 51, 89
Potter, Ruth 1105, 51
Poulson, John 1115, 78
Powless, James 1115. 44
Pratt, Janice 1105, 51, 67, 72
Price, Alice 1115, 44
Prince, Delores 1125. 31
Proctor, Eleanor 1125, 31, 70, 80
Purnell, Richard 1105, 51, 57
uaas, Joanne 1125, 31
uinlin, Verna 1125, 31, 76
Rabenau, Donald 1125, 32
Rafferty, Larry 1105. 57
Ramirez, E'ulalio 1125, 32
Snouse, Thomas 1115, 44, 88, 94
Snow, Harold 1125, 33
Snyderixgack 1105, 52, 78
Soper, r. Roger, 17
Sparks, Patricia 1105, 52
Sparks, Robert 1105, 52, 61, 81
Sparling, Donald 1125, 33
Spellman, Larry 1105, 89
Spilman, Carol 1105, 52
Sprinkle, Marlene 1125, 33
Stacy, Miss Ruth, 18
Staley, Delmer 1105, 52, 71, 72
Starr, Geraldine 1125, 33
Stebbins, Nancy 1115, 44, 56, 71
Steck, Darrell 1115, 44, 78
Steck, XValter XV. 1105, 52
Stephens, Joanne 1105. 54
Stevenson, Patricia 1105, 52, 67
Stewart, David 1125, 33, 78
Stewart, Paul 1105, 52, 78
Stiarwalt, Eugene 1125. 34, 76
Stice, Joan 1105, 52, 67
Still, Joan 1115, 45
Still, Diary 52,455 65,9718
Stipp, Jona 11 , 5, 76,
Stoffel, Donald 1125, 19, 34, 60, 66, 77, 87, 103
Stonelliing, glary El1er6J112g, i34, 80
Stone ing, tan ey 1 . 5 , 1
Strader, Barbara 1125, 34, 58, 62, 67, 75, 102
Strader, Max 1125, 34, 73
Strawn, Earl 1115, 87, 88, 94
Stromsted, Shirley 1115. 45, 49
gtromquislt, Loiiraigie 1125, 34
trong, mer 11 , 45
Stuart, Rodney 1125, 34, 57, 61, 77, 87, 88,
Stubbs, Theresa 1115, 45, 70, 73
Stults, James 1115, 45, 72
Sunderland, Sally 1115, 45, 78, 79, 81
Sutor, Sally 1105, 52, 70, 71
Sutor, Thomas 1103, 52, 70, 71
Suydam, Dorothy 115, 45, 61, 71, 72
Suydam, Duane 1105, 52, 70
Suydam, Evelyn 1105, 52
Swanson, Betty 1115, 45, 73. 78
Swanson, Donald 1105, 52, 57, 93, 94
Swanson, Mr. Martin, 18
Swanson, Mary 1115, 45
Swanson, Paul 1125, 34
Swanson, Richard A. 1125. 34
Swanson, Richard M. 1105, 52, 78, 89
Swanson, Royce 1125, 34
Ruth 1105, 52
Swartout, Barbara 1115, 45, 63, 70, 71, 101
Swartz, Carolyn 1115, 45, 56, 70, 71, 78
Swegle, Betty 1105, 52
Swigert, Carl 1115, 45. 56, 67
Swigert, Grace 1105. 52
Switzer, Beverly 1125, 34
Tabbone. Lena Mary 1125, 70, 71
Tate, Donald 1125. 34
Taylor, Audrey 1105, 52
Taylor, Dewey 1105, 94
Taylor, Elizabeth 1105, 52
Taylor, Hazel 1125. 34, 79
Taylor, Marilyn 1125, 73
Taylor Paul 1115, 45
Teagarden, Clarence 1105. 52, 66, 73, 78
Teel, Barbara 1115, 45. 67
Telford, Robert 1105, 52, 72, 73, 89
Templeton, Mary Jane 1115, 45, 76
Terpening, Cheryl 1105. 52, 71
Tharp, Jack 1105, 52, 76
Thierry, Ollie 1105, 89, 93, 94
Thomas, Sally 1115. 45, 63, 102
Thompson, Joseph 1105, 52
Tingle , Carolyn 1115, 45
Tolandi Lois 1125, 34, 80
Totten, Dorothy 1115, 45
Tout, Marian 1125, 34, 67
Townsend, Duane 1115, 45, 71
Treece, Jack 1125, 34, 51
Trevor, Leigh 1105, 57, 81
Tribbey, Mary 1125, 34, 81
Triplett, Mary Ann 1115, 45 -
Trulock, Theodore 1115, 45, 57, 92, 95, 96,
102, 103 -
Trusch Martha Lou 1105. 52
Tryonfmafilyn 1123, 34, se, 70, 71, 76
Tryon, Patricia 1105, 52. 72
Tucker, Delores 1125, 35, 79
Tucker, Lawanda 1115. 45
Tucker, Nancv 1115, 45
Turner. Mr. 1.Vil1iam, 18, 77, 81
Tutt, William 1115, 45, 71, 78, 88, 94
Underwood. Patricia 1105, 52
Unger, Joan 1115, 45, 73
VanDell, Kenneth 1125, 35, 96
VanDran, Georgia 1125, 35, 71
VanDyke, Mr. Clifford, 18, 88, 103
Van Dyke, John 1125. 32, 72, 94, 96, 103
VanFleet, John 1125. 35
VanNorman, Marilyn 1105, 52, 56, 63, 73
VanVVinkle, Alice 1125. 35
VanVVinkle, Arnette 1105, 52, 63, 72
VanXVinkle, Donald 1125, 32
VanVVinkle, Joan 1105, 53, 61, 63, 67, 102
Varner, James 1125. 32
Venn, Mary 1125. 32. 74
Venn, Nancy 1105, 53, 70
enneth 1115, 45, 73
Voight, Ronald 1105. 53
Victor, Janet 1105, 53
VonDrake, Darlene 1105, 53
YVagner, Janet 1125, 32. 64, 74, 75, 77
XValker, Bertha 1115. 45
1Valker, Betty 1115, 45, 71
VValker, Jerry 1115. 45
VValker, Richard 1125, 35. 71, 98
Corrine 1105, 53, 79
Wallace, Donald 1105. 53
Walter, Mary Lou 1125, 32, 66, 73, 75, 76,
Ward, Sally 1105, 53, 65, 66, 75
VVatson, Dale 1115, 45, 72
Watson, Donald 1125, 32, 72
Webb, Connie 1125, 32, 61, 74, 80
Webster, Clarence 1115, 45
Wedan, Gloria 1125. 35, 56, 77
Weedman, Juanita 1125, 35, 80
Wehrmeister, Lynn 1115, 46, 61, 72, 77,
88, 94, 103
Weinberg, Mary 1105, 53, 63, 73
Weinberg, Richard 1125, 35, 66, 67, 70, 75
Weinberg, William 1115, 46
Weir, Thomas 1115, 46, 88, 95
Welch, Mary 1105, 53
Wenzel, Patricia 1115, 46, 72
Werner, Mrs. Pauline, 11
Westberg, Robert 1115, 46, 92, 96
Wessels, Hahn 1125, 35
VVessels, arilyn 1125, 36, 80
WVherley, Shirley 1105, 53, 63, 67
1Vhimpey, Harryette 1125, 36
Whitcomb, Carl 1105, 53
Whitcomb, Mr. Howard, 18, 19
White, Pauline 1115, 46, 67
White, Roberta. 1105. 53
White, Miss Velma, 7
Whitman, Mr. Harold C., 10
Widdrington, Patricia 1125, 36
Wignall, Mary Katherine 1105, 53
Wilbur, Nanc Lee 1125, 36
Wilder, Donald 2105, 94
NVilder, Shirley 12.5, 36, 67
Wilkins, Miss Molly, 18
Williams, Barbara 1125, 36
Williams, Earl 1125, 36, 88
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Willis, Claire 1125, 36, 73, 74, 78
Wilson, Patricia 1125. 36, 73
Winder, Fred 1105, 53, 73
Windish, Robert 1125, 36, 71
Wingo, Darlene 1105, 53
Wingo, Donald 1115, 46
1Vinsauer, Jolene 1105, 53, 72
1Vinter, Mrs. Mary Lou, 18
5Virt, James 1125, 36, 81, 87, 88, 9
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Wodis, Lynn 1115. 46
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Worley, Ardith 1105, 53
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Wright, Lack 1125, 34, 36
Wright, iehafd 1105, 53, 89, 94
Wright, Orie 1115, 46, 71
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Yarde, Shirley 105. 53
Yeager, Lois 1115, 46
Yelm, Donald 1125, 34
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Youngblood, Miss Alta, 18
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Youngren, Lowell 1105, 53
Zeldes, Jerry 1105, 53
Zost, Clinton 1115, 46
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