Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

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Hardly a student graduates without going to his room to attend some kind of committee rneeting, to have an eligibility signed, or merely to enjoy talking and laughing with the friendliest of Gl-lS's teachers. In his daily classes he has acquired the reputation of patience and honesty in dealing with his students. No questions go unansweredg no one is turned away because he is too busy. His teachings are not only from the books, but from his experiences with life. His pep is reflected in the organizations he has sponsored, the Pep Club and "his kids," the cheerleaders. While these be his permanent jobs, he continues to be in charge of printed material for every high school affair year after year. With words we try to pay a tribute to Mr. Roy Darnberg. Even Mr. Webster is sadly lacking in words that will describe him. To hirn who has given so much, and who is loved and admired by all, we sincerely dedicate our 1951 REFLECTOR. ,VJ M? s 4 fjff, iQg21f1'i.W337f6ii5355Q57Efi59-4?X'f?SfWF'55ff'1 ' Li1QW?55255'Z1'2Yl7"1FHK.!?f3fQtfHfWf5jQw59UW?"fi?EQ-2.5H'jC'11fifw22:'3?Wff5r:3WiW?iW' w51?Hfk1i2? W5AWf'f15'1PfEVvlQ' ' J -gfgw-ff, .ww Q. gm JA-5,'Zi,1'f1,.5,.f',V?-.Um,gglzixx-g'..J.ynsf,f5,511-w,,1.m-7.f?j. uflggd 1C?9-11i,q:g":-,p'- wg-gm 'ns-.,1:w 1' Jffw:.,w 55 aft, 3534 f-ifwlf Wir Wm! . g -. My .. gy ,f ..1g,jgAy15, ,,pffvgg,,,f, ,gf'mgz,whr,.-MENmg, 3,-N, f :JW-3,--,gg W-3 15M.3A-g.',,,,- .5-gg,,ig1,, 4 gf:-31 NJ, 5' :1f,y-,.,.L:,g!Q, gs '-Mp, 1 1 1 f ff 4: ' ' ' :fi5.Nfjq,Sj'f1 vi,:".'jL'-fr fi 1"-"'w"jY55fMjf" W , J-. u W A - 'W - , .' 'E ' ' ' "N " 5 'fvl , 'I ff W-4 ' ' .5 J " , r- .-,gwp, , f ,Lu.L,.3 A QAM. ,, , ,H .7 1 1 9 ' V 1 y Mr. lQichardfiV. Lindsey lust a stone's toss from "dear old GHS" the superintendent of District 205, Mr. B. V. Lindsey, is busy in his office located in the Public Library, directing the development and growth of the Galesburg educational system. Mr. Lindsey wants all of the GHS faculty and student body to think and act democratically and to grasp basic training in knowledge and skills required for a useful and successful life. Under his guidance our schools are moving for- ward to higher standards. While his prime interests are our public schools, he finds time to be active in several other civic activities. Each student sincerely feels that in Mr. Richard Lindsey they have not only a teacher, but have also niet a real friend. THE BGARD QF EDUC!-XTICDN The Board of Education consists of seven people who are elected by voters in the school unit 205 During their three year term, the Board members serve faithfully for the benefit of the school system promoting the welfare of the youth throughout the Galesburg school system. During their monthly meet ings the Board considers problems, approves the budget, selects teachers and personnel of the schools and formulates a building program. The Board members render invaluable service to the community OFFICE STAFF Mrs. Pauline Werner, who takes the attendance, and who is in charge of all mimeographing, and typing of letters for both deans, is standing at the left. Mrs. Donaldson is seated next, and has the big job as the school registrar. Mrs. Elsie Patanella is standing next: she is the private secretary of Mr. Wooley and sees that each student is assigned a locker. This office staff has been serving GHS for several years. They have proved themselves capable and efficient in these past years. They are kept busy during the summer months in prepara- tion for the starting of school in the fall. The students don't realize how much time this staff spends in making the school operate efficiently. Mr.Wesley Wooley One of the most important and re- spected jobs in the community today is that of being a high school principal. The person holding this job must pos- sess democratic ideals, executive abil- ity, inexhaustible patience, friendliness, enthusiasm, and above all, leadership. These essential qualities are only a portion of those required for a person to manage adeptly a modern high school. Our capable principal, Wesley T. Wooley, meets all of these qualifica- tions and many more. Among his many duties are: oper- ating the school within the budget, supervising and guiding the students and faculty, teaching democracy, pro- moting public relations, maintaining the high standards set by the state and guiding the school's curricular program. With these many executive responsi- bilities, he also teaches a psychology class. Mr. Wooley is very active in several civic organizations. ln addition to serv- ing as president of the Community Chest in Galesburg, he is a member of other service clubs. Mr. Wooley's high ideals and many accomplishments through the year, will always be remembered by GHS stu- dents. MISS SYLVIA RYIN Dean of Girls Finding time to listen to all the girls' tales of woe, Miss Ryin has faithfully served GHS as Dean of Girls for five years. Preceding this office, she was an English instructor here at GHS, Her friendly counsel has won the con- fidence and admiration of all the students and faculty. Besides these duties, she is Girls' Service League advisor and co-sponsor ol Stu- dent Council. Miss Ryin has proven herself fully capable as Dean of Girls by her cheerfulness, efficiency, friendliness and willingness to accept responsi- bility. Her job is far from easy and has many responsibilities, but she always is successful in whatever she happens to undertake. Girls do not hesitate to seek her advice. DEANS MR WlLLlAM GGGDWIN Dean of Boys One who is always willing to lend anyone a helping hand with their school problems, is Mr. William Goodwin, Dean of the Boys. He is advisor of Boys' Forum, an organization which is open to all the boys. He spends much time towards the success of its work. Mr. Goodwin also serves as a sponsor of the Student Council. Dean Goodwin is willing to help the boys with their plans for the future and will give them some of his time so he can give helpful advice concerning their plans. Also Dean Good- win gives his assistance to various other school organizations. Any GHS student who is at all acquainted with Mr. Goodwin will probably agree whole- heartedly when we say that he has a good sense of humor, is admired, and very coop- erative. 1-auo-w- FACULTY CDF Gr. l-T. S. Behind each door at Galesburg High School there can be found at least one teacher. Since we have many doors we also have a great many teachers, but here at GHS, quantity will never be known to triumph over quality, and our teachers are no exception. Each faculty member co-operates with the rest to develop Well-balanced, active, useful citizens of tomorrow's world. There are many people on the faculty who are always ready to lend a hand to anyone who happens to be in need of advice. Besides helping students academically, many members of the faculty are advisors for various clubs and organizations here in school. These teachers are prepared to listen to all the students' tales of woe and to help them clear their problems. They always find time to help us with the many problems we bring them. This willing guidance makes our life at school much more pleasant. During the past school year, we learned a lot about teachers. Aside from being a group of swell teachers, they all have a sense of humor which is supposedly uncommon among teachers. All of us have criticized our teachers at one time or another, but we should realize that they know what is best for us. Have you ever stopped to realize how much time teachers spend at their work: correcting papers and preparing the next day's plan? They devote much of their time to their work from which we benefit. All of the extra work they do is seldom appreciated by the student body. We present our faculty who have made life so happy for us here at GHS. As they watch the seniors leave school to take their places in the world, they can be sure that they have done much to help them have an equal chance at success. This could only be true in a democracy where we have teachers pre- paring students for their life ahead. We wish to congratulate our faculty on the fine job they are doing in the field of education. Seated on the right in the first row is the printing instructor, Mr. Roy Dam- berg. ln the middle is Mr. Ray Dunn, agriculture teacher and advisor of the local chapter of the Future Farmers. He also conducts several classes in agricul- ture for veterans. lust next to Mr. Dunn is the wood shop's instructor, Edward Chamberlain. He instructs all the wood shop classes. ln the back row on the right is Mr. Homer Zum- walt, instructor of architec- tural drawing and faculty advisor of the Student Activity Association. Mr. Arthur Dameron fcenterl instructs the classes in metal work. Tom Brook- ing, on the left, conducts machine shop classes. Pictured here are Miss Ruth Schwarz, Miss Lena Mae Noble, and Mrs. Mary Baker Cleft to rightl. ln- structing classes in foods and beginners' clothing, Miss Schwarz is advisor of the Galesburg Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America. Besides instruct- ing classes in home and family living, a girls' class, Miss Noble also conducts a boys' class in home ec. She is also co-sponsor of Future Teachers of Amer- ica. Mrs. Mary D. Baker is the school nurse and teaches home nursing, a one-semester course. Classes are instructed in both advanced and begin- ners' clothing by Miss Alta Youngblood fseatedl. Also, Miss Youngblood is co- sponsor of FTA, and head of the Home Economics Department. On the left is Mr. Edwin Lantz, conductor of the GHS band and orchestra. Mr. Edwin Lantz also serves as director of the many ensembles, and the German and pep bands. To the right of Mr. Lantz is the art teacher, Miss Ra- mona Amundson, who di- rects the creation, plans, and construction of scen- ery for the major stage productions. She also sup- ervises the costumes for the spring and fall plays, and the Reflectavue. Mr. Roland Hegg, seated at the piano, is the director of the vocal music department. Not only is he the conduc- tor of the a cappella choir, the Harmoneers, and a mixed chorus, but also he coaches several small vo- cal ensembles. All those who expect to get majors in music must take a course in music survey from Mr. Hegg. The boys' physical edu- cation department, pictured here, is under the capable supervision of Mr. Gerald Phillips. Mr. Phillips is also coach of the Silver Streak basketball team. l-le is seated on the right next to Mr. Fish. Besides teaching classes in gym, health, and swimming, Mr. Fish also coaches the sophomore football team. Behind Mr. Fish is Mr. Charles Bednar. Mr. Bed- nar not only instructs the general gym classes but supervises the extensive program of intramural sports. This program be- gins early in the fall and gives all boys the oppor- tunity to enjoy participa- tion in sports the rest of the term. Standing back of Mr. Phillips, is Mr. Van Dyke. Mr. Van Dyke coaches the varsity football squad, teaches several gym class- es each day, and instructs the sophomore basketball team. if ff" -.J I l 5 Standing, left to right, as instructors tor the com- mercial department are Mrs. Mary Lou Winter, teacher of business arith- metic, office lab, economic geography, and typing, Mr. Martin Swanson, treas- urer ot the school and bookkeeping instructor: and Miss Ruth Stacy, typ- ing and stenography. Sitting on the left is the office lab and practice teacher, Mr. Robert Hun- gerford. He is also the ad- viser for the lllinois Office Occupation Association. By Mr. Hungerford is Mr. LeRoy Donaldson, Busi- ness English and selling instructor, besides FDA sponsor. Credit should be given the commercial teachers, as yearly they send thor- oughly trained students forth into the business world. Miss tune Macabee, who is a sophomore physical education teacher, serves as the department head and also as the GAA fac- ulty advisor. She is sitting at the left in the picture. Seated next is the senior physical education instruc- tor, Miss Molly Wilkens, who assists with the GAA program. She directs the water show, an annual af- fair. Next, is Miss Phyllis Rust, the junior class teach- er of physical education, who supervises the mod- ern dance or Orchesis Club. Miss Rust was insti- gator of the club. GHS girls are required to take PE where they learn many types of sports. This department endeavors to execute co-operation, cre- ative ability and a sports- manlike attitude towards one another besides de- veloping skill and co-ordi- nation. Standing from the left is a teacher of biology, Mr. How- ard Whitcomb, who serves as the senior class's advisor. Mr. Biley Bowen, next to Mr. Whitcomb, also a biology teacher: and Mr. lohn Aitchi- son, next to Mr. Bowen, teaches electricity and radio, pre-flight aeronautics, and physics. Mr. Aitchison is head of the science depart- ment, and serves as the pub- lications photography ad- visor. Seated fleft to rightl is Mr. Fred lones, a geometry and practical math teacher: Mrs. Vera Biddle, who is a teacher of algebra and geometry: and Miss Gretchen Gates, who teaches trig and solid geom- etry and algebra, is also the math department head. On Miss Gates' left is Mr. Lloyd Simpson, teaching consumer science and chemistry. To teach chronological de- velopment in world and in American history, the prob- lems of our government, the human mind's functions, and world geography is the duty of this department, Seated Kleft to rightl are Mr. George Collins, who teaches World geography and the his- tory of America, and this de- partments head, Mr. Ted Mansager. Mr. Mansager teaches a course in history of America and is the coach of varsity football line. Standing from the left are Miss Myrtle Kainu, head of the ushers and an American History teacher: Mr. I. D. Les- ter, Who instructs American Problems and American his- tory. Mr. Lester is the senior scholarships advisor. Serving as a sophomore counselor and instructor of our world history is Miss Velma Denny Criqhtl. Seated Cleft to rightl are Miss Ellen lrvine, English lit- erature instructor, sophomore advisor, and instructor of practical Englishg and Miss Saaijenga who teaches courses in English and Amer- ican lit. Miss Dorothy O'Conner, standing on the left, is an in- structor of American literature, REFLECTOH copy advisor, sponsor of GHS's annual orig- inal pamphlet, "The Search- light," and an English teacher for the sophomores. Standing in the center is a journalism instructor, Miss Shirley Fries. In addition to teaching jour- nalism, she sponsors both the REFLECTOR and The BUD- GET. Standing on the right is Miss Helen Olson. Sopho- more English and American literature are the subjects which she teaches. Sitting on the left is Miss Virginia Hinchliff, an instruc- tor of sophomore and junior English. She serves as the English department's head and as faculty advisor of GSL scrapbook. Mr. Royal Harsh- barger, who is sitting on the right, conducts classes in business English and com- mercial law. He also coaches the debate team. Standing from the left are Miss Susan Greer, advisor for the Latin Club, Latin teacher, and instructor of sophomore English. William Turner, who is the head of the foreign language department, in- structs Spanish and French classes. He also is advisor for the Spanish and French clubs. Miss Hazel Anderson conducts American literature and reading skills classes. She is also publications' bus- iness advisor and sponsor of NHS. Miss Rachel Anderson is the school librarian. CLASS CDF 1951 LaVern Adolphson, president Peter Kellaway, vice-president: Paul Benson, treasurer Marilyn Nelson, secretary A silver and gold tassel, a trailing gown, that final diploma, countless congratulations, smiling parents, and the class of 1951 will have finished their three momentous years at GHS. As they enroll in colleges all over these United States or take their place among fellow workers, they will look back at their high school days with a great deal of pride. Guided by their advisor, Mr. Howard Whitcomb, and the officers, President Lavern Adolphson, Peter Kellaway, Marilyn Nelson, and Paul Benson, their Senior Class has brought many victories and honors to our alma mater. The class of 1952 will have to work hard to surpass the standards they have set. Will they ever forget that first day, facing an enormous crowd in Senior alley ..... the first Budget article assigned to them ..... the thrill of playing in the first football game? To the senior these are famous firsts, and not soon forgotten. With diplomas in hand they are guided out into a turbulent world to try their hand at peace. 19 ASBURY, PATRICIA , . . GSL cabinet member . . . Orchesis . . . brown eyed secretary . . . PHA ASHBY, MARYANNE . . . Cherry pie ian . . . to be a secretary . . , Brown's Business College . . . GSL ASHMEADE, BETTY , . . NHS . , . "B, Q. Wiggles" . . . REPLECTOR and BUDGET staff worker . , . Stage Call's treasurer BARNES, IACOUELINE . . . Hails from Long lsland, California . , . "Iackie" . . , always smiling BEAN, MARlORlE . . . To be a beautician . . . Stage Call . . "aw, shucks" . . . "l just can't remember" BEAN, WANDA . , . Secretarial aspirations 4 . . fancies photog- raphy . . . "Oh, dear" . . , ice cream crazy ADCOCK, IOAN . . . "lo" . . . Student Council . . . skater . . . blonde horsewoman . . . Future Homemaker ADDIS, ELEANOR . . . GAA enthusiast . . . baseball batty . . . "Eddie" . . . photography fan , . . "holy cow" ADOLPHSON, LaVERN . . . Student Council . . . senior class prexy . . . football letterman . . . "Pug" AITCHISON, MARTHA . . . Publications photography . . . NHS . . . O 6 S , . . Stage Call . . . "Sorry, wrong number" AKEYSON, IOYCE . . . Five foot two . . . eyes of blue . . platter player . . . outdoor girl ALLEN, BARBARA . . . "Babs" is in the band . . . Macomb bound . , , future physical education teacher AMATO, MARY . . . Modeling, maybe . . . "Liz" . . . GAA . . . friendly personality . . . dark hair and dark eyes ANDREWS, BARBARA . , . Bound for Brown's . , . "Bobbie" . . . comes from sunny Vallyjo, California ANDERSON, LARRY . . . Boys' Forum representative . . . Cross country harrier , . . pointed to Purdue . . . a coming coach ANDERSON, RICHARD . . . Plays a terrific trumpet . . . "Rich" . . . Visual Aids head man . . . accountants career ANDERSON, lOAN . . . Stockcar crazy . . . Browns . . happy horseback rider . . , "Andy" . . . blondie APPLEBY, MARTHA . . . Costume crew . . . FHA , . . "Meri" , . . future office employee . . . sports minded ll' BELL, MONTGOMERY . . , Prospective press photographer . . . Boys' Forum cabinet member . . . fixes the footlights BELLAMY, ALICE . . . Collector of stuffed animals . . . FTA , . . Future Homemaker . . . likes to read BENSON, PAUL . . . Vice-president oi G Club and Nl-IS . . . keeper oi Boys' Forum cash . . . Mr. Music , . . cross country BENSON, ROY . . . Cross country trekker . . . University of Minnesota . . . sleepy time boy . . . track BIRMINGHAM, BARRY . . . Sleeping specialist . . . "Easy come, easy go" . . . intramurals . . . dark hair, dark eyes BLOMOUIST, BRUCE . . . Last seen with Pauline . . . crew cut . . . fellow of few worries , . . co-op BLUCKER, DONALD . . . Airplane addict . . . conscientious coin collector . . . violin . . . intramuralist BOWMAN, ROGER . . . Clever cornetist . . . aspires for the wires . . . "Bump" . . . chicken chcmper BOYD, ROSE . . . Big hearted big sister . . . swift swimmer . . . needle pusher , . . GSL worker BRADBURN, GRETA . . . Blonde roller skater . . . GSL big sister . . . strawberry sodas . . . GSL cabinet BRAND, ROBERT , . . Treasurer of FDA . . . clown , . "Brandy" , . . future retailer . . . likes to cartoon BREMI-IORST, RICHARD , . . Basketball boy . . . future Illini . . . enterprising engineer . . . G man . . . lazy loafer ,af t 51 BROCK, ELNA ANN . . . Stage Call prexy . . . Augustana next . . . dark eyed debater . , , Student Council BROKAW, DeETTE . . . Co-operative seller at Maurita Dale's . . . brown hair . . . brown eyes BROOKS, MAXINE . . . Interested in Illinois State . . . music madness . . . "Max" . . . "Life is what you make it" BUCK, ROBERT . . . Fast on the cinder track . . . Quartet , . . basketball bouncer . . . music master BURCHELL, DONNA . . . Snappy seamstress . . . costume crew chairman . . . GSL . . . nice to know . . . likes to dance BURGER, EILEEN . . . Girls' Service League representative . . . "Ike" . . . prospective pencil pusher . . . future in good hands Q, 21 COLBURN, ALBERT . . . To join the Navy . . . "Billy" , hamburgers . . . model and motor builder CONNER, BETTY . . . FDA . . . super saleswornan . . . cherry pie . . . seen skating . . . "Gee whiz" COOK, PATRICIA , . . Vice-prexy of FDA . . . Future Home- maker . . . "Pat" rolls around the rink COOK, RALPH . . , Baseball . . . football . . . basketball . . pointed for Purdue . . . Student Council 4 . . G man CRAIG, GENE , . . Equestrian . . . square dancer . . . carrot top . . . sports a Chevy . . . intramurals CRANE, IACK . . . Fellow of few worries . . . "Satch" . quiet guy . . . likes to catch and eat his fish BURKETT, CONNIE . . . Pen pals . . . efficient secretary . . silent but steady . . . GSL worker CABRERA, MARY . . . Spare time dancer . . . faithful partici- pation in GSL . . . to tour Mexico CAMPER, THOMAS . . , Tenor troubadour . . . big wheel in the Pep Club . . . witty . . . hunting sportsman CARLSON, BETTY . . . FDA . . . loves lake trout and lemon . . . SAA . . . retail buyer . . . FHA CARLSON, NANCY . . . Publications . . . Tri-l-li-Y prexy . . Student Council . . . "Carkey" . , . "Sure, kiddie", CARLSON, ROSALIE . , . Arniable alto . . . GAA . . . tickles the ivories , . . strikes and spares CARTER, BARBARA , . . GSL big sister , . . FTA . . . minute keeper of Music Honor League , . . choir CHRISTIANSON, JOAN . . . Cadet captain . . . office worker of the future . . . "Oh, shoot" . . . GSL CLAEYS, MARIE . . . Future Homemaker . . . "Spooks" . general choir . . . future woman in white CLARK, CAROL . . . California's loss, our gain . . . FHA . . future Knoxite . . . cooking crazy CLARK, PATTY , . , Reliable REFLECTOR worker . , . SAA . . . penny pincher for advisory lU3 . . . uncertain future CLARK, PEGGY . . . Amiable artist . . , smiling and happy . . . "Peg" . . , modern dance . . . modeling career CRAVENS, IAMES . . . "Mauri Rose at the wheel" . . . "lim" . . . faithful follower of FFA CRISER, KENNETH . . . Cap and gown . . . "Ken" . . . content while working on his CUNNINGHAM, IACK . . . "Ox" . . . brown CBT . . . Swims like a fish . . . food fiend hair, gray eyes CURRY, EARL . . . Collector of coins . . . intramurals . "Someone has a stormcoat like yours" DAWSON, WILLARD . . . Bound for Western . . . potential draftsman . . . "You betchaw . . . "Bill" DEXTER, IOYCE . . . Knit wit . . , Future Distributor . . . busy recorder . . . hair of brown , . . eyes of brown DIXON, ANN . . . SAA girl . . . supreme skater . . .redhead . . . desires to travel . . . likes to draw DODGE, PHILLIP . . . Affected by motor mania . , . "Phil" . . . okay by us . . . intramurals DONALDSON, MARY IANE . . . Baptist Missionary Teaching School next . , . FHA . . 4 "Myrtle" . . . FDA DUCKWILER, CHARLES , . . G man . . . "Chuck" has a liking for cherry pie . . . BF . . . trackman DUCKWILER, ELBERT . . , "Bud" . , . brown hair and blue eyes . . . Boys' Forum . . . caddy DuVALL, BEVERLY . . GSL worker . . . M 6: . GAA recording secretary . . . efficient M minion . . . FHA DWYER, BETTE . , . Merry mermaid . . . terrific tennis player . . . desires a desk . . , "Bette with the light brown hair" DYER, HARRIETTE . , . Future steno . . . "Hattie" . . . seam- stress supreme . . . Browns is next EMSTROM, DWIGHT . . . FFA vice-prexy . . . prospective plow pusher . . . sandy haired fella FACH, RITA , , . SAA treasurer . . . future florist . . , Future Teachers . . . GSL . , . scrap books FEATHER, MARY LOUISE . . . Girls' Service League worker . , . lots ci fun to be around . . . future distributor FELL, ROBERT . . . Pep Club . . . REFLECTOR . . . husky Harrnoneer . . . Visual Aids . . . "Big Feet" GRABILL, ANTON . . . three year football-basketball veteran . . . G Club . . . magazine minded . . . varsity man GREEN, IOHN . . , "Sonny" . . , sings songs , . . hot dog happy . . good will guy . . "Never a dull moment with Sonny" GRIFFITH, IOLENE . . . lll's SAA treasurer . . , "Reclcon so" . . . nurse minded Io . . . Cottage Hospital GUY, IRMA . . . GSL scrapbook committee . . . nursing next , . . "Our Friend Irma" . . . likes to draw and paint HALL, MARY . , . First rate alto at State . . . "Take the solo, Mary" . . . Music Honor League HANEY, IAMES . . . Often seen on fairway , . . Harmoneers . . . Boys' Forum . . . band . . . intramural interests FINN, LEOTA , . . Light on her toes , , . future homemaker . . . "Lee" . . . Girls' Service League FLESHER, NED I . . Shy guy . , . "Kilroy" . . . prefers piloting . . . master mechanic . . . model airplanes FOSTER, EUGENE . . . Draftsman . . . willing worker . . prospective Illini man . . . "Fog" FUGATE, JOHN . . . Plans to be a pilot . . . University of Illinois . . . jello lover FULLER, DONALD . . . Money making man . . . future Rocke- feller . , . Reflectavues manager . . , "Pip" GABRIEL, NANCY . . . Science-slated . . . GAA . , . Minnesota bound . , . swimmer and life saver GALLOWAY, GALE . . . Duty at the Drive-ln . . BF rep. . . Harmoneer . . . girls . . . future draftsman GERSTENBERGER, IUDY , . . Peppy Streak cheerleader . . goldie locks . , . SC veep . . . DAR winner GIBBS, PATRICIA . . . Foto Follies dancing girl . . . charge of GSL office work . . . delightful dancer GOETHE, DAVID . , . Blue eyed Swede . . , happy hunter . , . likes malteds . . . intramurals GOODWIN, IOHN . . . "Shadow" . , . links lover . . . golf squad . . . A Cappella choir . . . Reflectavue . , , Harmoneers GOULD, WILLIAM . . . "Bill" . . . ambition: air force . . machinist and mechanic . . . intramurals A nf 'l ' I , 5 HANSBROUGH, IEAN . , . Future Career Girl . . . supreme swimmer . . . craves chocolate cake . . . "Really?" HANSON, VERNA , . . FTA . . . piano player . . . Career Girl . . . "Blondie" . . . regular reader HARMON, ROY , . . "Pete' . . . chess player . . . basketball lover . . . hopes for Annapolis HARPMAN, MARILYN . . . GAA president . . . Student Council rep .... artistic ambition . . . "Harpie" HARSHBARGER, ALLEN . . . Cross country . . . choir prexy . . . Student Council representative . . . basketball HARSHBARGER, ARLINE . . , GAA . . . asset to choir . . freckles . . . musical activities . . , MHL HARVEY, MARILYN . . . Historian ot FTA , . , "Red" . . plans on a career in art . . . Service League HAWKINSON, NEWTON . . . Farming future . . . intramural bowling . . . Iowa State next . . . stage crew . , . NROTC HEALEY, WILLARD . . . "l've Been Working on the Railroad' . . . "Bill" . . . car craver HEARNE, MARLENE . . . Modern dancer . . . SAA treasurer . . . desires devil's food cake . . . 'Blondie' HECHLER, HELEN CAROL . , . Clarinetist of band . REFLECTOR worker . . . orchestra . . . seed grower HENDERSON, LILLIAN . . . Dancer de luxe . . . bebop fan . . . friend of all . . . modern dance HENDERSON, THELMA , . . Costume crew . . . St. Francis School of Nursing . . , cyclist HENNINGER, MARILYN . . . Future Homemaker of America . . . dancer . . . favorite food is chicken . . . "Midge" HIGGASON, THOMAS . . . The friendly undertaker . "I-Iiggy" . , . choice: chop suey . . . metal worker HIX, IACK . . . Streaks' manager . . . mighty mite , , . fried chicken . . . whizzing whizzer HOCKER, ROBERT . . . Intramural man . . "Yea, rah, Augustana" . . . any food is good food HOLLINGSWORTH, IERRY . . . WGIL's guitar strummer . . . intramural basketball . . future carpenter . . Midwest Ramblers f IOHNSON, RONALD . . . Reel and rod . . . "Ronnie" . head rnan of PA and lighting system KELLAWAY, PETER . . . Heads concessions for Publications . . . BF officer . . . "Sour Grapes" . , . Student Council KELLY, SHIRLEY . . . Future Red Cross worker , . . green eyes . , . petite dancer . . . GSL KELSO, PATRICIA . , . BUDGET circulation manager . GAA . . . piano player . . . GSL . . . "Pat" KIRKBRIDE, SHIRLEY . . , Future private secretary . . . FTA . . . BUDGET . . . "Shelly" . . . headed for Brown's . . . GAA KNIGHT, FLORENCE . . . Backs GSL . . . "Flossie" . cheeseburqer consumer . . . FDA . . . spare time skater HOLMAN, NORMA . . . Beautiful red hair . . . Cute kid with a cute smile . . . likable lass . . . FDA HORANEY, IAMES . , . One of our baseball boys . . . wants to Work . . . "Shot Gun" . 4 , choir HORN, WAY'NE . . . Terrific trackster . . . prefers the pigslcin . . . railroader . . . Intramurals HULL, IAMES . , , Choir . . . "Lazy Bones" . . . intramurals . . . future as a radio technician IACOBS, MARY . . , Cabinet member in GSL . . , Orchesis . , . "Tootsie" . . . a music lover . . . GAA IAMISON, WILLIAM . . . Happy-go-lucky guy . . . eight ball in the side pocket . . . anything edible IOHNSON, CHARLES . . . Farming to play an important role in his future . . . last seen behind the cue . . . FFA IOI-INSON, ERIC . . . Music Honor League . , . "Sonny" . band member . , . stamps and music are hobbies IOI-INSON, ERWIN . . . BF cabinet . . . "Erk" . . . BUDGETS ad manager . . . Knox, after graduation IOHNSON, RICHARD . . . Hails from Cameron . . . tickles the ivories like an expert , . . "Dick" . . . BF IOHNSON, RAY . . . Office Worker of the future . . . "Killer" . . . raisin pie . . . "Shortie" IOHNSON, ROBERT . . . Superior skater . . . "Curly" . . active intramuralist one of the BUDGETUS printers LAGERSTROM, PAUL . . . Mad man at the wheel . . . baseball booster . . . messes with motors LAKE, ALICE . . . Veteran Student Counciler . . . two year member of FDA . . . "Ally" . . . orders cheeseburgers LANDON, IOYCE . . . GSL note keeper . . . active in GAA . . . FTA . . . Western State Teachers College LAWRENCE, CHARLES . . . Streak trackster . . . dancing enthusiast . . . "loin the Navy and see the world" LEPPERT, IOANNE . . . Capable cadet . . . GAA . . . amateur dog trainer . . . Brown's Business College is next LETCHER, NANCY . . , Heads O 5- S . . . Publications manager . . . blends her voice with a cappella LEVINS, INA MAY . . . Hopes to be a nurse . . . picture post card collector . . . Girls' Service League LIBY, IACK . . , Talented in basketball and baseball . . "Curly" G man . . . senior council LINDBECK, IOHN . . . Band . . . plays the comet . . . chooses chicken . , , head in the clouds LOFGREN, VIRGINIA . . . News and Views . . . ETA vice prexy . . . future elementary educator . . . Normal next LUCAS, I-IANNAH . . . Likes to be around people . . . favors chop suey . . . book worm . . . Ir. Red Cross committeewoman LUDWIG, IAMES , . . Intramural enthusiast . . . progressive printer . . . "lim" . . . rates our okay LUNDEEN, EVA MAY . . . Exceptional eguestrienne . . willing worker . , . specializes in sports . . . fried chicken LYDIC, LOWELL . . . Carpenter's career . . . capable swimmer . . , pork and beans , . . partial to baseball MCGRAW, ALICE . . . Future Distributor . . . sweet singer . . . future clerk , . . pleasing pianist MCGILL, SHARON . . . GSL prexy . , . cute cheerleader . . Orchesis . . . SC . . . queen of homecoming . . . NHS MCADAM, CATHERINE . , . Quiet and dependable . , . secree tary, maybe . . . reading . . . steak preferred MCLENNAN, INEZ . . . NHS treasurer . . . BUDGET . . . clever cornetist . . . GAA board member . . . "Inie" MERIWETHER, KATHRYN . . . Stage Call . . . future Knox co-ed . . . NHS . . . "Kaye" . . . BUDGET . . . Student Co nci MITCHELL, BETTY . . . GSL participator . . . chocolate craver . . . sweet and small , . . "Betts" MONTGOMERY, EDWARD . . . Branded as band member college and future still uncertain . , . "Blondie" MOONEY, SHARON . . . Script writer for Reflectavue modern dance . . . Northwestern next . . . FTA MOORE, CARLENE . , . Black eyed beauty . . . three Reflectavuer . . . songstress . . . REFLECTOR staff MORAN, KATHLEEN . . . Nursing next . . . Eddie Ho fan . . . "Kay" . . . spaghetti special cake year ward McNElL, WAYNE . . . Going to be a grocer , . . "Bud" , . . prefers pie . . . brown hair . , . brown eyes MADVIG, FRED . . . Bound for Bradley . . . "Fritz" . . . loves lobster tails . . . all around intramuralist MAHONEY, IOEL . . . Intramural basketball . . , radar . . patient fisherman . . , "Ice" . . . swimming hobby MARTINEZ, ROBERT . . . Apt athlete . , . cartooning artist . . . swims . . . "Bob" . . . excessive eater MATHERS, SUZANNE . . . GSL cabinet . . . choir . . . PTA , . . secretary or model may be jobs in the future MATTHEWS, CAROLYN . , . Social worker . . . band . . West Virginia bound . . , dreamy dancer MAURER, RICHARD . . . Master mechanic . . . "Dick" . . hamburger happy . . . brown eyes . . . intramurals MAY, HENRY , . . Intramural track . , . future in the FBI . . . "Hank" . . . prefers swimming to most sports MEAD, JACK . , . Steady intramuralist . . . little old Ford . . . "l've Been Working on the Railroad" MEDINA, MARY . . . Clerical ambition . . . musical minded . . . crazy over chicken . . . terrific on a dance floor MEIIA, LUCKY . . . Book collector of long standing . . delights in dancing . . . favors chicken that's fried MELLICAN, THEODORE . . . FFA . . . tiller of the soil . . craves candy , . . blue eyes . . . friendly guy MORGAN, CELIA . . . Peppy personality . . . new comer to GHS . . . plans to be an airline hostess in the future MORRIS, MARY ELLEN . . . GAA . . , GSL helper . . . first college, second social work . . . sports specialist MUMMEY, ROBERT . . . Ambition is to be a skilled mechanic . . . intramurals . . . works part time on cars MURDOCH, SUSAN , . . Secretarial ambition . . . co-op course . . , shrimp craver . . . tiny and cute MURPHY, GEORGE . . . Mashed potato lover . . . brown eyed intramuralist . . . Blackburn bound MURRAY, IO ANN . . Enthusiastic feature editor . . "yoooooo" . . . GAA . . . O G S scribe . . . destined to be a rec. director NELSON, ANNE . . . Managing ed. of REFLECTOR . . . Q G S . , . Student Council . . . NHS . . . Orchesis . . . FTA NELSON, DEAN . . . Future plow boy . . . baseball fan . . raises sh NELSON, secretary ow cattle . . . "Swede" , . . FFA DOLORES . . . GAA . . . ambition: to . . . works for coaches . . . "Dee" be an efficient . . NHS . . ..OcS-S.. NELSON, IAMES . . . Basketball spark plug trackster . . . G Club . . . ambition: physician NELSON, MARILYN . . . REFLECTOR editor . SC secretary . . . A Cappella choir . . . NHS NORRIS, BETTY LOU . . . FDA . . 4 collects china animals and novelties . . . GSL . . . Missouri College later NYMAN, SAM . , . Printer of GHS . . . red hair and freckles . . . blue eyes . . . Boys' Forum NYSTROM, IO ANN . . , Music Honor League prexy . . . NHS . . . accompanist of a cappella . . . copy ed. of REFLECTOR ed. of REFLECTOR OAKES, PATRICIA . . . GSL worker . , . SAA . . . tenderloin lover . . . blue are her eyes . . , brown is her hair OLSON, STANLEY . . . Boys' Ouartet . . . football . . . All- state linernari , . . BF rep .... G Club ORWIG, CHARLES . . . SAA treasurer . . . music minded "Charley" . . , plays the accordion . . . fried potatoes with sugar PACEY, FRED . . . All around athlete . . . G Club prexy . . . SC money keeper . . . Northwestern and dentistry , I , jp l RICHARDSON, ROBERT . . . "Bob" . . . Future Distributor . . . saxophone tooter . . . orders ham and potatoes ROBBINS, PAULINE , . . Mellow alto tones in A Cappella . . GSL . . . "Bruce and I" . . . pianist ROYSE, PATRICIA . . . Modeled in GSL style show . GSL rep .... "Pat" . . . "to be a good beauty operator" SAIVIPSON, GORDON . . . Likes to work with electricity , . "Rusty" . . . apple addict SARGEANT, IOHN . . . SAA rep, for advisory 320 . "Sarge" . . . car craver . . . future real estate broker SCHERER, FRANK , . . Heads Student Council . . , Stage Call . . . sports participant . . . G Club PARKER, ELIZABETH . . . NHS . . . Girls' Trio . . . Q G S . . . a cappella choir . . . headed for Colorado College PATTY, PHILLIP . . . a cappella . . . intramural addict . . drive Model T Ford . . . pianist . . . "Pat" PETERSON, DONALD , . . "Tootie" . . . "loin the Navy and see the world" . . . member ot Phantom Five . . . hot-rod happy PETERSON, LOUISE . . . Future pulse taker . . . possesses talent in modeling clay . . . "Luigi" PI-IILLIPPI, DONALD . . . Publicity chairman for FDA . . "Flip" . . . Knox next fall . . . orders choc malts PIERSON, RICHARD . . , Intramuralist supreme . , . "Dick" . . . spaghetti's tops in his diet PINKEL, EDRIS . . , Follower of the golden rule , . . "Eddie" . , . spare time swimmer and skater POWLESS, IAMES . , . Terrific on the dance floor . . . "Iim" . . . rolls around the skating rink PRICE, ALICE . . . Headed for U ot I , . . National Honor Society . . . GSL . . , animal lover OUINN, IRENE . . . Has her eyes on a secretarial position . . . "Ike" . . . crocheter . . . Browns OUINN, IOANN . . . A good "Io" that's nice to know . . interests center around nursing REEVES, ROSEMARY . . . Future Distributor . . . musical miss . . . hot dog happy . . . "Rosie" SCHIENBEIN, GAIL , . . Student Council rep .... modern dance . . . Boop-boop-a-doop of Reflectavue fame SERDAI-IL, DENNIS . . . Ouartet's Clowner . . . golf pro . . a cap-pella's bass . . . "Dr, Serclahl, veterinarian" SEVERNS, GERALD . . . Prospective doctor of motors . happy when hunting , . . "Ie-rry" SI-IELTON, LOUIS . . . Future undecided , , . "Country" . goes to bat for baseball . . . tried chicken SHERWOOD, ALICE I . . "Rosie" . . . "Hey, what you say?" , . . GSL worker . . . secretarial field is next SHBIBER, BONNIE . . . Wants to travel and see the world . . . at home in the gym . . . Browns maybe SKINNER, GRACE . . , Future photographer . . . short and sweet . . . blue eyes with blonde hair SKIPTON, STEPHEN . . . Top Streak manager . . . "Let's go to the river" . . . duck hunter cle-luxe SLOAN, DONNA . . . Business ed. of REFLECTOR . . . FTA . . . viceaprexy of Spanish Club . . , choir . . . "Babe" SMALLWOOD, LESLIE . . I His ambition: electronic technician . , . Navy bound . . . "Les" . . . radio repairrnan SMITH, ALICE . . . Plans to enter nurse-'s training at Cottage Hospital . . . "Ally" . . . GAA board member SMITH, BETTY . , . Browns Business College next . . . "Bett" . . . steak and French fried potatoes SMITH, ELOISE . . . Cute cadet , . . future Knoxite . . peppy gal . . . wants to be a rnath teacher SMITH, IOYCE . . . Records kept for EDA . . . "loycie" . . full time worker of GSL . . . FHA SMITH, MAXINE . . . "Max" . . . "Is that a tact" . . . happy with a hot dog . . . dark hair with dark eyes SNOUSE, THOMAS . . . Dynamic debater . . . theres a farm in his iuture . . . Stage Call , . . rod and reel artist STEBBINS, NANCY . . . Eiddles around with a violin . . . art ambition . . . "Nann" , , . GSL STECK, DARRELL . . . Chief planter oi FFA . . , chivalrous plow boy . . . "Yat" . . . everybodys friend ,a,AE, 'if . --fetfgj, SWARTZ, CAROLYN . . . GSL cabinet member . . . teaching intentions . . . FTA . . . knack for knitting SWIGART, CARL . , . lntramuralist . . . "Corky" . . . orders mashed potatoes and gravy TEEL, BARBARA . . . Future Career Girl . . . "Barb" . movie mania . . . GSL worker TEMPLETON, MARY IANE , . . Cadet vet . . . GSL big sister . . . secretary for Visual Aids THOMAS, SALLY . . Colossal cheerleader . . NHS . . REFLEC- TOR circulation editor . . . delightful dancer of Foto Follies TINGLEY, CAROLYN . . . FHA booster . . . rolls around the rink . . . nursing next . . . GAA STILL, IOAN . , . Spare time dancer . , . "Ioanie" . . . has brown hair with hazel eyes STIPP, DONALD . . . Runs the reels . . . Boys' Forum rep. . . . "Red" . . . Knox will he next STROMSTEAD, SHIRLEY . . . Plans to enter the selling field . . . FDA . . . "I'll be hanged" . . . GSL STRONG, ELMER . . . Draftsman of the future . . . "Pete" . . , orders apple pie . . . model builder STROOPS, RICHARD . . . Watcher and wanter of waterrnelons . . . "Buck" . . . sports hobbyist STUBBS, THERESA . . . Costume creator for Reflectavue . . paints for prizes . . . future fashion designer STULTS, IAMES . . . "lim" . . . to take to the air . , . outdoor man . . . midterm graduate . . . Harmoneer SUYDAM, DOROTHY . . . Long time Student Counciler . . "Dot" . . , GSL Vice-prexy . . . short and sweet SUNDERLAND, SALLY . . . President of FHA . . . change keeper of FTA . . . third hour cadet . . . future Normal grad SWANSON, BETTY . . . Presides over FTA . . . modern dance . . . Student Counciler . . . intends to teach SWANSON, MARY . . . Hopes to own a restaurant . . . FDA . . . "Mo" . . . match book collector SWARTOUT, BARBARA . . . BUDGET'S chief copy editor . . . Charlestoner of Foto Follies . . . "Oh, lonathann . . . "Barb" TOTTEN, DOROTHY . , . GAA . . . collects recipes . . . GSL helper . . . nursing comes next . . . future homemaker TOWNSEND, DUANE . . . All-day fisher . , . belongs to band . . . "Dewey" . . . "Gee whiz" TRULOCK, TED , . . Boys' Forums biggest wheel . . . sports specialist . . . "Bobo" . . . SC . . , G Club TUCKEH, LAWANDA . , . Bcund for bookkeeping . . . cone sumer of ice cream . . . skater of long standing TUCKER, NANCY . . . Likable lass . . . curly locks . . e secretariat . . . roller skating JNGER, IOAN . . . Missionary field under consideration . . 'Io" . . , lined up for Illinois Central in '52 IOGEL, KENNETH . . . "Pearshape" . . , active in intramurzfs . . iokester . . . a cappella VALKEH, BERTHA . . . Prospective professional dancer , . SAA . . . spirited swimmer . . . GSL VALKER, GERALD . . . Sports booster . . . "Ierry" . . . content ehind a bowl of chili IEI-IRIVIEISTER, LYNN . , . NHS prexy . . . centered the Lal 1 FB . . first class debater . . . G Club treasurer . , . SG IEIR, THOMAS . . . Terrific tackler . . . bound for Illinois . . the man behind the plate on the diamond . . I G Club 'ENZEL, PATRICIA . , . Overtime GSL worker . , . French tes . . . secretarial ambitions EM WESTBURG, ROBERT . . . Student Council representative . . "Swede" . . . next is the Navy . . . favorite is basketball WHITE, GENEVIEVE . . . Shrimps are best . . "Connie" . can get around in the kitchen WHITE, PAULINE . . . GSL cabinet , . . GAA board , . "Polly" . . . strikes and spares WILSON, HOWARD . . . Pool playing addict . , . favorite is meat . . . intramural man of long standing WINGO, DONALD . . . Varsity golfer . . . "Banga" . . . intra- murals . , . future golf professional WOOD, PHYLLIS . . . SAA prexy , , . square dance exhibi- tioner . . . GAA . . . SC . . . to be a lab technician A 'ENE SAA GSL standby YOUNG MARY ELLEN . . . BUDGET's editor-in-chief . . . WOOLSEY, lVl,.Ru 4 . . . 4 , . . , Future Career Girl 4 4 . plans on stenoqraplny SC . . Staqe Calls Veep . 4 NHS . 4 Q G S . 4 an artist YARDE, LORETTA 4 4 , Plans to be a liousewiie . . ZUGG, MARILYN 4 , . Senior Council . . . secretarial "Lorettie" , . . "Candy and Cake" field . . , Future Career Girl YEAGER, LOIS . . . FDA's president , 4 . SAA casli- keeper for advisory 323 . . . sewing . . . co-op SENICDR CUT-UPS CLASS GF 1952 The juniors are future leaders of GHS. Even though they are still a tiny bit immature, they have proved themselves worthy of taking over the seniors' positions now that they have finished their years at GHS. The seniors may be the "big wheels", but without these "inbetweeners" life at GHS would cease to be. As sophomores, this junior class entered GHS with bright and wide eyes, and now that this year has come to a close, they have even wider eyes with more wisdom for their last year at GHS. They have learned that success calls for much time and hard work, and because of this they are ready and willing to accept responsibility and give their time for the benefit of GHS. The juniors found that the school is not all work and headaches but is also a wonderful place for having fun in the many activities offered at GHS. Their contributions to the extra-curricular program have given future GHSer's something to look forward to. The juniors are looking forward to their senior year with great anticipation, as they will be the leaders of GHS and its many activities. They must set an example for future seniors to follow. Life-long friendships have been kindled in the halls of GHS. These friendships will last through the years, becoming even stronger. They are kept burning by the fellowship in the educational and the extra-curricular programs. The juniors' Worries about homework, exams, and report cards don't seem as great as they thought, now that their days at GHS are numbered. The class of '52 has a goal to work for during the days that are left, but they are confident and assured of success as GHS seniors. CURTIS ALEXANDER RALPH ALEXANDER CAROLE ALLENDER WILLIAM ANDERSON IANET ANKERSON DONALD AUSTIN ANNE BAGES RICHARD BALDWIN RICHARD BEACOM MERCI BEAVERS PATRICIA BENZ IERRY BILLUPS DWIGHT BIRD SHIRLEY BLACK KENNETH BLUCKER FRED BLUE CAROL BODEEN WILLIAM BODENHAMER ELIZABETH BONESTEEL IOAN BOWMAN CLYDE BOYD OVERTON BRADBURY ALAN BRADLEY BEVERLY BREWER MARILYN BROVW1 WALTER BROWN PATRICIA BRUNKOW CADLE BURRELL BEVERLY BUSHONG BARBARA BUTKOVITCH HOWARD BUTLER BARBARA CARLEY ELEANOR CARLSON IAMES CARLSON IANET CARLSON S SJ' S I M- E : I ,I ,.,' i i s PM A A ' 'A I 'JW Q ' 1 1.1 I if if W 7 2 " - :IEE J Aw fe . N , 22 if I fi ' ff' 'V' x X X iv- " ,QA , is . I . S iw I Us 1, up Q X . I, W 353' 'EN' ' ,, . I' 5 uv ,, - A I ww' 'Rf Lisp' JV if ? A ww-11' k-.:. W ,M I . IAMES CARNS MARILYN CASSELL SHIRLEY CHAMBERS BRUCE CHISHOLM ONA LEE CLARK BERNICE CLEVENGER VERNIS CLEVENGER CAROLYN COCHRAN DALE COFFEY THEODORE COFFMAN MARY LOU COLLOPY LOUISE COOK LAVONNIA COOPER IOAN COTTON LOIS COUPLAND CYNTHIA COWELL LORENE CRAIG MARIORIE CURRY DONALD DANFORTH DONNA DAVIS ROBERT DAVIS RUTH DAVIS MARIORIE DERRY ROBERT DEVOSS IOAN DQWEESE IOE DeWEESE MERRILL DIEHL JAMES DOUGHERTY PATRICIA DOUGHERTY MARILYN DOWELL IAMES DUNGAN RICHARD DURBIN IOAN ELLISON IAMES ERWIN LOUISE FIELDS EDNA FIROVED DONNA FISHER ROBERT FOLGER MARY IO FORSYTHE IANE FOSTER IEAN FOSTER MAURICE FRAZIER RODNEY GALUSHA BETTY GALYEAN DIANE GARFIELD ROBERTA GARRETT RAYMOND GAVILELLET KATHLEEN GILLETTE I-IAZEL GLASS PHILIP GOUDSCHAAL FLOYD LEE GREY HOWARD GUENTHER DARLENE GUSTAFSON IAMES GUSTINE HERMAN HALL IOANNE HALL RALPH HALL RODNEY HALL RONALD HALL VIRGINIA HALL NANCY HALLAS RODNEY HALLBERG ARTHUR HAMMAN RONALD HANSEN DON HARDINE DANNY HARE ROBERT HARKNESS WILLIAM HARRIS KATIE HARRISON BEVERLY HECK JEAN HEINZ MARILYN HENDRICKS ROBERT HICKERSON DONOVAN HILLIGOSS JOHN HIRST HELEN HOLMAN CHARLES HOWARD PHYLLIS HUGHEY THEODORE HUNTER JO ANN IMEL GEORGE INNESS ELEANOR JACOBS DOLORES JOHNSON JANE JOHNSON MARILYN JOHNSON MERRITT JOHNSON JANE KEMMITT JUNIA KENNEDY BETTY KIDDER RONALD KIDDER SHIRLEY KIDDER DIXIE LEE KILBY SHIRLEY KNOWLES BERNADETTE LANDON BRUCE LANTZ DARLENE LAVELY JANE LAWSON WILBUR LENTZ JAMES LINDBERG LOIS LINDBERG RONALD LINGWALL KENNETH LUTTRELL SHIRLEY MCADAM WANDA MCCALL JACQUELINE MCCLAIN 'Q LEONARD MCLARLAND IOHN MCKENAIL NORMA MCKINLEY LELAND MADVIG CAROLAIN MATHER WEL' I -,,, ww 5 if L 7, I Q ey N' 'I g f , A I ,iw ' 'W' KQV ARTHUR MAYER GEORGE MELTON GRETCHEN MEYER BARBARA MILES CATHERINE MILLER WILLIAM MILLER LESLIE MITCHELL DON MOBERG FRANK MONTGOMERY NANCY MONTGOMERY BARBARA MOORE ROSE MORAN RICHARD MURRAY MARILYN MOREHEAD MARGARET MYERS SHIRLEE MYERS GEORGE NASH DONNA NELSON IANE NICHOLS SUZANNE NICHOLS KAY NORDGREN DONNA NOWACK RICHARD NYSTROM RODNEY O'BRYANT DONALD OLMSTED A I it -. 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R Q fa 9 'Q , in J L P-' 3? gk 1 Q IENNIE PADILLA ROBERT PAGE DORIS PALMER DONALD PATTERSON MARILYN PETERSON CARL PEYER IERETTA P0121-TAM RICHARD POPLE RUTH POTTER TANTCE PRATT RICHARD PURNELL LARRY RAFFERTY IAMES REDFERN NORMA IEAN ROACH HOWARD ROATE GEORGE ROCHE BETTY ROLLINGS DORIS ROOT IAMES ROSE BEVERLY ROSENBERG ROGER SCRIVEN JAMES SCHERER CONNIE SEGALL SUANA SELLS DUANE SEVERNS EDWIN SHANER MARY SHINN EARL SLOAN DORENNE SMITH PATTY ANN SMITH TERRANCE SNIDER MARY IEAN SPARKS PATSY SPARKS ROBERT SPARKS CAROL SPILMAN 'Ms' 4 'ig ' DELMER STALEY WALTER STECK IOANNE STEPHENS PATRICIA STEVENSON IOAN STICE MARY STILL STANLEY STONEKING SALLY SUTOR THOMAS SUTOR DUANE SUYDAM EVELYN SUYDAM DONALD SWANSON RICHARD SWANSON RUTH SWANSON BETTY SWEGLE GRACE SWIGART AUDREY TAYLOR CLARENCE TEAGARDEN ROBERT TELFORD CHERYL TERPENING IACK THARP IOSEPH THOMPSON LEIGH TREVOR PATRICIA TRYON MARILYN VAN NORMAN ARNETTE VAN WINKLE IOAN VAN WINKLE NANCY VENN JANET VICTOR RONALD VOIGT DARLENE VON DRAKE CORRINE WALLACE SALLY WARD MARY WELCH SHIRLEY WHERLEY sa-4, CARL WHITCOMB HAROLD WILKINS IOYCE WILLIAMS DARLENE WINGO IOLENE WINSAUER ROGER WISE JAMES WOOLSEY ARDITH WORLEY ROGER WORLEY SHIRLEY WORMAN RICHARD WRIGHT SHIRLEY YARDE CHARLES YATES JANICE YOUNGQUIST and -at .,,,, ,g .I qw: . LOWELL YOUNGREN IERRY ZELDES 'P Ii I ., -E F : -'H, -. -,g. 5 '-RH was ' 6 a i K wg x CLASS Gtr' i953 Always the underdog at Galesburg High School, the sophomores take a lot ot teasing throughout the year. Sophomores always get the worst seats at assemblies and are referred to as "those little sophov moresf' Yet, they tolerate this traditional teasing and the bad seats good naturedly as they know all sophomores must go through the same thing. During their tirst year at Galesburg High, the sophomores have done their part in contributing to school activities. Full ot pep and school spirit, the sophomores backed their team, clubs, and school projects wholeheartedly. When they entered high school in the tall, the sophomores found it rather hard to become familiar with their new schedule and various activities, but they were determined to get into the swing of lite at GHS and succeeded in a surprisingly short time. Though graduation was three years away, the sophomores planned tor their lite ahead at GHS. They realized that they had to work to live up to the standards the upperclassmen had previously set. Even though these standards were high, the sophomores met them and added further goals tor the iuture sophomore classes to meet. ln two years the sophomores will be the graduating class ot '53. As they receive their diplomas, they will realize how much GHS will always mean to them. They will always look back upon their sophc' more year as a wonderful year ot their lite . . . a year tilled with memories which will never be dimmed by the years. Q an 4' ,TE PM . ,ay W -V e,,eee it r -'x:, 16 gf!!! f ' V2 X ,...,A 1 Nw " I R if I it M 5 5'-W fb if Mk Ei Top Row, left to right: Nell Adams, Marilyn Adcoclc, Iames Allen, Patricia Allison, Ioan Amato, Eddie Appel, Gladys Arie, Emma Austin, Robert Bacon. Second Row: losephine Baker, Sally Bartlett, Sandra Beavers, lane Behringer, Richard Bender, Elizabeth Benz, Richard Bern, Alvina Bevard, Don Bitts. Third Row: Mary Blair, Larry Blakeney, Beverly Bloomer, Theresa Blust, Warren Blythe, Richard Boen, Carolyn Bogard, Patricia Boostrom, lanet Bourdon. . , EW X ' GEN r Q t 6 mr i C Top Row, left to right: Sheila Boyd, Francis Bradburn, Peggy Bradley, Robert I. Brand, Russel Brannen, Sara Briggs, Helen Brodirte, George Brooker, Donna Bruington. Second Row: Gary Budd, Bonnie Burton, Shirley Burton, Tom Caldwell, Shirley Callison, Karen Campbell, Beverly Carley, David Carlson, Dorothy Cassell. Third Row: Craig Cebert, George Cebert, Robert Chaney, lanice Charl- son, Robert Cherringion, George Chesser, Ted Childers, Leona Christian, lack Churchill. Top Row, left to right: lean Cisco, Donnalene Clapp, Vadna Clevenger, Henry Colwell, Beverly Cooley, Shirley Cooley, Barbara Cooper, Marjorie Crouse, Ierry Cunningham. Second Row: Nancy Custer, Delores Daly, Cecil Davis, William Dawson, Bonnie Deal, Robert Deal, Robert Derrick, Eugene DeWeese, Richard DeWitt. Third Row: Nancy Dickinson, Nancy Dickson, Rex Dobey, Bruce Duff, Mary Duncan, Adah Dupuy, Iarnes Durbin, Carol Eastburg, Cherrill Eck, Top Row, left to right: Betty Edwards, Iames Eilcer, Particia Eiker, Charles Ellison, Bette Emstrom, Iames Enloe, Donald Enz, George Evans, Harold Ewing. Second Row: Lucille Ewing, Margaret Faust, Robert Fay, Fred Fisher, William Gaffield, Amy Gaqg, Patricia Galyean, lack Gawthrop, Marvin Goad, Third Row: lack Godsil, Marilyn Goloisky, William Goodwin, Lyle Grider, Marilyn Griffith, Nancy Hale, Maurice Haponstall, David Harris, Donald Harris. , 'f W V - . S k,,k ,M A R . , i r - -' , It A: 4. , - V' krrk H ,N f.- I syn, I W H n',ri,3Qz,f.I - '5":.2: ' 1 ' V ' f , ' L'A1 ,i ,,-. Qg 1,5 ,. " ' ,f f - ' V" ' f '53 , ' M "2: Q llltill -- 5 -1k' fi V V iw .,,1,, 2 A Q - WJ Top Row, left to right: Evelyn Harshbarqer, Dale Harvey, Mary Hawkinson, Danny Haynes, Mary Haynes, Ianice Heinz, Ioyce Hend- ricks, Kathleen Hendricks, Charles Highfield. Second Row: David Hirst, Fred Hottinqer, Danny Howard, Katherine Huff, Larry Huffman, Rio Hulse, John Hutchison, Grace Ienson, Carole Iohnson. Third Row: Donald Johnson, Edith Iohnson, larnes Johnson, Patty lohnson, Paul Iohnson, Phillip lohnston, Darlene Iones, Gloria Keene, Nellie Keirn. vv K A if A at 'W E H AA, if "-,', 'Q iam fl!! 'z if gt, l sr ,A warg? in QF Top Row, left to right: Mary Iane Kelloqq, Beverly Knepple, Donald Kimmitt, Donna Klapp, Lorraine Klinq, Donald Knight, Donald Kreps, Betty Krisher, Sue Lalfollette. Second Row: Ioan Landon, Martin Larson, Arthur Leasure, Iarnes Lester, Steve Letcher Carole Lindsey, Pauline Lovitt, Ioyce Lowery, Donald Lucas. Third Row: Donna Lundquist, Charles McDorman, Sandra McGill, Dona McKelvie, Barbara Magee, lla Mahensmith, Lucille Malcolm, Phyllis Manworren, Mona March. 47 W it . ,M 7, K 2 iw 1 I K 5 asa 3 K 5 l J fxri ,-:,:. - ig ,l-, l ' 1 ' W - J wr q t W! r 1 k M F Top Row, left to right: Betty Marsh, Iris May, George Martz, Dearold Merriman, lohnny Mejia, Carl Miller, Donna Miller, William Monson, Margie Moore. Second Row: Rosella Moore, Hollis Moshier, Larry Mudd, Leslie Murphy, Russell Neilson, Carol Nelson, DeLloyd Nelson, Richard Nelson, Marilyn Norquist. Third Row: Ann Norton, Duane Nowack, lack Oakley, Yetta Oiierman, Merion Olson, Shirley Olson, Gary Park, Ann Parker, Gloria Peabody. yia aai r n H N. fr i 't Top Row, left to right: Iohnny Perez, Betty Peterson, Dorothy Peterson, janet Phillippi, Nancy Phillips, Vernice Pico, Millicent Pil- cher, Ieanne Pople, Russell Potter. Second Row: loan Potts, Ralph Procter, Marvin Raymond, Harold Reed, Donald Rees, William Reinhardt, Rodney Rickords, Rolands Rizenbergs, Frieda Roach. Third Row: Arleta Roberts, Roberta Rogers, Wendell Rogers, Richard Roman, Fred Ruggles, DeWayne Sandburg, Arline Searl, Gary Sedgwick, Tom Sharp. V 7 . 077 . -'Fl fi ' Top Row, left to right: Patricia Shriber, Novella Smith, lean Sornlzerqer, Kenneth Specht, Dorothy Stinson, Robert Stroops, Stanley Sutor, Virgil Tayler, Larry Thomson. Second Row: Robert Thompson, Gene Thurman, Larry Timmons, Marilyn Tobias, Dorothy Tout, lerry Treece, Betty Twidwell, Martha Underwood, Charles Unger. Third Row: Phyllis Van Dell, Margaret Van Etten, Shirley Vinkle, Priscilla Wade, Millicent Waldmann, Florence Walihan, Dave Wallace, Richard Watson, Richard Webber. .i Top Row, left to right: lames Weinberg, Roger Wenstrom, Joyce Westfall, Fredrick Wheeler, Imogene Wheeler, Marilyn White, Max Whitman, Carolyn Wilcox, Bruce Vlfilder. Second Row: Dorothy Wilkins, Dorothy Wilkinson, Iames Wilkinson, Richard Wil- liams, Charlotte Williamson, Barbara Wilson, Hugh Wilson, Phillip Wilson, Robert Wilson. Third Row: Vandy Wilson, Deane Wodis, Nancy Woolsey, lack Wyatt, Bill Wyman, Kay Zeldes. 49 Nun.. ' X 'Sf va K ' ix. .V . , . W Af? ff? ' fff' 5'9" .ff ,W A ffl may fw , l fix Q52 if ffm S 1 glmww H, W P ,4- .fur ,-ff-f"'y im I Q Q lf 'S Fifznl Rciw: l. Ainalq, L. Hull- nian, K. Meiivvfiilier, A, Ne' son, L. Trevor. Second Rciwz T. l. Coflrnari, R. Sparks, lvl. llarpinan, S. McGill, l. Ny- slrcm. Third Row: V. Wilson, G. lnriess, N, Carlson, l, Gm. s1enl'werf,qQr, C. Teeiqeiiflfn. Front Row: D, Suydani, L. Fields, C, Cochran, l. Van Winkle, G. Schierilne-in. Second Row: B. Swanson, R. Cook, L, Adolphsori, P. Kellaway, I. En- loe. Third Row: l-l. Hall, P. lienscvn, L, WfihIIDE?lSl9I, A. Harsliberlger, F. PQ-irteiy, C, l'7ilc'lif?-r. Frcwni Flu' .'.' 1 A, Vlfczile-y, L. Tliorripson, l. Landon, lvl. lwlawli- inson, C. Boqard. Seicond Raw: l. johnson, I. Nichols, L. lvliifhell, l. Aflcortk, l. Charl- scn, L. lvlalccilin. Third how: S. Vinkle, R. We-slliuerq, T. Tru' lovlc, l. Dunqan, G. Pink, B, lwlcrison. STUDENT CCUNCTL This year, as well as in previous ones, the Student Council has done a splendid job in reaching a better relationship between the entire faculty and students. Supervised by Mr. Goodwin and Miss Ryin, the Student Council has once again provided an excellent educa- tional and social program for the students of GHS. Every year, we lucky kids get to dance to the music of orchestras. over-eat ourselves at pie sales, get sore muscles at fun nights and take part in the entire social program planned by the council. This year the SC undertook a new project, that of entering a float in the parade which took place during the Christmas holidays. The float received a first place, which was one hundred dollars. The greater part of the Student Council members are chosen by their respective advisories. The major ac- tivities place one representative on the councilg four members at large are elected by the council to help in various ways. Since being founded in l925, the Council has proved to be a very effective organization. At first, the mem- bers of the student governing body were known as Student Councilers. The purpose of the Student Coun- cil has been to create a better understanding between the faculty and the students, and the success of this plan was very evident in the manner in which the plans for this year were carried out. The annual Homecoming activities were sponsored and planned by the council, as well as the winter and spring formals. Along with these activities, the Student Council sponsored an informal dance in February and an after-game hall dance. All in all, the Student Council has had a very satis- factory year. p i . . 7 I I 1 Q VV . KF: 5 .," I, . Iwo: 1 :V 1' : 4 . fi , , A 1 , , . 4 .4 ., A v 'B 0 a ' T T ' ' f " " 0 " Q gg. P ,Pi - :fi-5' or V' g,,llf, . tg- Q g 1 t",,' OQQ,":l'T:.O 'ly'-fO:::ll:q,'95 o.QBpv',,glH:u:lars"'0l.,,fO9 no ,ffl .. ogngldlug 4 Q x.. "lf"""u' o' iff ',, O..-".1.k.q. Q0 5, "" Ji ' l',, 4190 Q- V 9 lnllO0Og.1 ', I "'l1'.99 0 "n'a"u1 uno. 4'-v t ' I 51 Q 6, im, . Q si. Q .5 f ' . ., -Aft t D - T f It I T P ' "I 6 ' , 4' .6..4t..U g' . . J, 5 - .5 . 4 ' l 'W . WML o s Q 'D Q - f 0 - 'I A5 f I .. ,, 1 Q 9 Fi .3 li' li l 'av O 'U .O.,l , f 1- fw iklsif'-.. -..io Qi' T lg , President: Frank Scherer eg Treasurer: Fred Pacey, Secretary: Marilyn Nelson, Vice- President: ludy Gerstenberger. l-IGMECGMING The eleventh annual Homecoming celebration at GHS, held over a three-day period from Gctober l2-l4, was a great success, The gala affair began on Thursday, with the customary Homecoming assembly, at which the coronation of the Homeccming king and queen, Ted Trulock and Sharon McGill, was held. After the assembly, the Homecoming parade took place, with twenty-seven organizations enter- ing beautifully trimmed floats. The king and queen lead the parade, followed by the junior attendant, Sally Ward, the sophomore attendant, Sandra McGill, and their escorts. After the showy parade, a pep rally for the Galesburg-East Moline football game was held, attended by both GHS students and alumni. Friday night, the game between Galesburg and East Moline was held. Galesburg lost by the score of 13-7. At the half time, the queen and her attendants, wearing their formals, were driven around the field in convertibles, along with the prize winning floats. Saturday, the Homecoming Dance was the climax to this year's affair. GHS students and alumni danced to the music of Dick Raymond and his orchestra, under the planning of the Student Coun- cil, with ludy Gerstenberger and Lynn Wehrmeister as co-chairmen. ,. , - il Q S K , S E 3 A 5 s I 5 Z A I-WM Coronaiiori of King and Queen Sriapped ai Homecoming assembly Latin Ciub's Winning float 17? 415' 132. val?- 35? Tv X xdijzugj' wl?,f4'?f, 52i51:1',,,'Z1f Qw MW? 1 'Sin , Q if M 9 ga . f- wr . Q I 5 X Ai 2 -. ffiiffyf 925472.-1iS2Y'M: N 'ifQfg'?1-me --ffa:J-.J rw: A Q , I fff:n,f5Q'1ff I P E A Y H igaii f ff pf f . , ye w: Front Row: ludy Gerstenberqer, Shirlee Myers, Nancy Carlson. Second Flow: lane lohnson, Patiy Clark, Suzanne Nichols, Nancy Wcolsey, Frances Bradburn, Front Row: Norma McKinley, Suana Sells, Shirley Burton. Second Row: Gretchen Meyer, Cherryll Eck, Lcrene Popham. Craig, lerella Front Row: Kay Zeldes, Carol Hechler. Second How: lcannr Hall, Vera Osborn, Belly Aslnneade, lacquellne lVll1'Clain. Front Plow: Delores Nelson, Card Riuil, Bel, Poll, Deane Vfodis Sefonrl Row: Carolyn Cochran, Eleanor Carlson, Charlcnlte Wlil harrison, Mary lane Kelloqq, llalfel Glass, Carlene Nloore. 5 5 REFLECTGR Did you say you Wanted something to remember GHS by? Well, stop right now. You're looking at it. Yes, that's right. The REFLECTOR takes you back through the years at GHS, recalling the familiar faces of your class- mates, the school activities, and fun you had in the "good old days" at GHS. Led by Marilyn Nelson and Anne Nelson, the editorial board of the REFLECTOR consisted of: Sally Thomas, Io Ann Nystrom, Martha Aitchison, Donna Sloan, Lynn Wehr- meister, Nancy Letcher, Arnette Van Winkle, "Pug" Adolphson, Monty Bell, Pete Kelloway, Donna Nelson, and Marilyn Van Norman. Also the following faculty members gave their time toward helping to publish the REFLECTOR: Miss Fries, director of publications: Miss O'Conner, copy, Miss Anderson, concessions: Miss Amundson, arty and Mr. Aitchison, photography. Additional credit should be given to all of the staff who diligently Worked to relieve the editors. Despite the hard work, the editors and staff members had fun being together and Working as one big happy family by selling concessions at the games and presenting the REFLECTAVUE to raise money for the Publications. Publication of the REFLECTOR is due to the co-opera- tion of the students and the faculty members of GHS. All in all, everyone at GHS is agreed that the REFLECTOR is a true reflection of life at GHS. W .X .1 ,- Q it f Front Row: Donna Nelson, Martha Aitchison, Marilyn Van Norman, Donna Sloan Second Row lo Ann Nystrom Lynn Wehrmexster Sally Thomas, Montgomery Bell, LaVem Adolphson, Arnette Van lflfinkle Front Row, lett to right: Betty Ashrneade, Sally Ward, loAnn Murray, Second Row: Martha Aitchison Marye Still, Cynthia Cowell, lnez McLennan, Kaye Meriwether. Top Row: Pete Kellaway, Lowell Younqren Eolb Sparks, Erwin lohnson. BUDGET STHFF Front Row: Sharla Smith, Anne Baqes, Nancy Helen Brodine. Second Row: Patty Smith, Still, Philip Godschaal, Chester Pilcher, lane Dan Parrish. IDM Hallas, Front Row: Ann Parker, Carolyn Wilcox, Carole Marye Allender, Margaret Myers. Second Row: Celia Mor- Nichols, qan, Amy Gaqq, Nancy Hale, lerry Ze-lcles, Bill Mon- son. BUDGET "Modern as tomorrow, exact as yesterday, progressive as today" aptly describes the weekly GHS publication, the BUDGET. Mary Ellen Young, editor: Leigh Trevor, managing editor: Sally Ward, news: Io Murray, feature: Cynthia Cowell, ass't. feature: Bob Sparks, sports: Kaye Meriwether, exchange: Martha Aitchison, photography: Mary Still, copy: and Betty Ashmeade, cut files: have been the students who were on the editorial board this past school year. They, together with their staff members, have completed another successful year for the BUDGET. The advertising manager, Erwin lohnson, as well as the business manager of the BEFLECTOB and BUDGET, Nancy Letcher, have contributed also. Miss Fries, Mr. Damberg, and Mr. Aitchison are advisors of the BUDGET. They see that the staffs maintain the high standards which they have set in the past, with suggestions, Editor in Chief: Mary Ellen Young comments, criticism, and encouragement. The BUDGET's purpose is to keep the readers informed about all GHS activities. Besides the general news about school affairs and sports, the paper also includes editorials and special features. GHS students look forward to the paper's weekly publication. The paper is printed by students who take the printing course under the supervision of Mr. Damberg. Financial assistance is given the BUDGET, as the BEFLEC- TOR, by selling candy and soft drinks at the athletic games. Every staff member is required to sell. Refreshments are also sold in the main hall after school to help pay for the BUDGET. int Row: loan Ellison, Donna Nelson, Shirlee Myers, Second Row: use Cook, Marilyn Adcock, Vandy Wilson, Terry Snider. f Managing Editor: Leigh Trevor Business Manager: Nancy Letcher BUYS FGRUM Boys' Forum, an organization open to all boys ot the school, has again had another successful and tull year at GHS. This year the Boys' Forum was headed by Ted Trulock and advised by Mr. Goodwin. Bud Bradbury served as vice- president, with Peter Kelloway as secretary, Paul Benson as treasurer, and lim Gustine as activity chairman. As a money raising project this year, this organization had charge ot the coke machine located in the main hall. Month- ly assemblies were held in the Gym tor all the boys who had joined the Boys' Forum. During this year a potluck tor Boys' Forum and GSL cabinet members was held. A portion ot their money was given to purchase a speakers stand tor the GHS auditorium. Reading from left to right: Ted Trulock, Paul Benson, Pete Kellaway, Iirn Gustine, Overton Bradbury. I' fypi Front Row, left to right: lack Wyatt, Bob Kimrnitt, Carl Miller, Edwin Shaner, Bill Reinhardt, Warren Blythe, T. l. liles. Second Row: David Carlson, Eugene Dennis, Erwin lohnson, Tom Camper, Roger Worley, Rodney Hallberg, Lyle Grider, Larry Anderson. Third Row: lim Haney, Bob MacDonald, Fred Madvig, Gale Galloway, lim Carlson, lim Culver, Dave Wallace, Bill Anderson. Back Row: Bill Tutt, Bob Telford, Stan Olson, Steve Skipton, Don Stipp, David Sandberg, Harold Ewing, Monty Bell, Rex DeWeese. 62 GIRLS SERVICE I .FAGUF With membership open to all GHS girls and existing tor their benefit, Girls' Service League maintains the high standards and ideals which should constitute a large part ot every girl's life. Headed by Miss Sylvia Ryin, the advisor, and the officers, Sharon McGill, president: Dor- othy Suydam, vice-president: Iudy Gerstenberger, treasurer, and loyce Landon, secretary, GSL has completed another suc- cessful year. The orientation tea tor sophomores took place in the tall. The annual costume party, the assemblies, and the spring banquet were all a part ot the regular GSL schedule. The purpose of GSL is to pro- mote Christian standards ot living tor the school and com- munity through social, mental, physical and spiritual develop- mgnt, Reading from left to right: loyce Landon, Iudy Gerstenberger, Dorothy Suydain, Sharon McGill. Front Row, left to right: Beverly DuVall, Anne Bages, Pat Allison, Shirley Whorman, Mary lacobs, Rosalie Carlson, Marilyn Griffith, Second Row: Pauline White, Marilyn Morehead, Phyllis Hughey, Marilyn Peterson, Marye Still, Marilyn Van Norman, Eleanor Carl- son, loan DeWeese, Dorothy Wilkinson. Third Row: Shirley Burton, Pat Eiker, Ioan Anderson, Alice Bellamy, Donnalene Clapp, Margaret VanEtten, Pat Shriber, loan Ellison, Ioyce Lowery, Fourth Row: Pat Royse, Grace lensen, Gloria Keene, Arlene Harsh- barger, Lois Lindberg, Susie Mathers, Doris Price, Carolyn Swartz, Bernie Landon. REFLECTAVUE The Beflectavue has always been among the most outstanding events of the school year and this year's was no exception. The theme, "Foto Follies," centered around the twelve months of the year and events associated with these months. Mr. Kermit Allen was the director of "Foto Follies," with Mr. Boland Hegg, musical directory Frank Scherer, company manager and Don Fuller, student director. Having no leading characters, the performance was divided into twelve acts, each representing a month and introduced by a calendar girl. Before the curtain rose on the first month, December, Donna Nelson and Clarence Teagarden sang "Sixty Seconds Got Together." Nancy Montgomery was the December calendar girl and intro- duced a Christmas scene with songs by a singing chorus, a trio and a toe dance by lane Kellogg and Deane Wodis. The Ianuary calendar girl, Norma McKinley, introduced the single act by the Orchesis group, which was a winter scene. Lois Lindberg introduced February, which centered around St. Valentines Day. Lorene Craig, the March calendar girl, introduced the Irish theme. Sally Ward ushered in April with the Easter scene and music. May, with Kaye Meriwether as the calendar girl, followed the spring theme. lune, the month of weddings, was introduced by Maxine Brooks. Iuly, the patriotic month, was ushered in by Carole Allender. loan lmel introduced August, with its old-time beach scene. ludy Gerstenberger, the September calendar girl, intro- duced a college scene. October, with its traditional Halloween, was introduced by leretta Popham, and November, with Betty Swanson, closed the show with a fall scene. Also, there were several acts between the months. Some of these acts were: "Fiddle Dee Dee," by loe and loan DeWeese, Sue Sells singing "She is More to be Pitied than Censored," the Phantom Five doing the "Glow Worm" and "Hawaiian War Chant." These and many other acts made up the i950 production of "Foto Follies." The entire cast joined in the grand finale which proved that "Theres No Business Like Show Business." WMM 4' 5424 34 xii MAIORETTES Sally Bartlett, Ioan DeWeese, and Nancy ' 4 4 Woolsey 66 First Row: C. Swartz, R. Hallberg, A. Bradley, N. McKinley, P. Hughey. Second Row: N. Woolsey, E. Montgomery, R. Lingwall, C. Eck, D. Suydam, E. Addis, C. Terpening. Third Row: B. Cooley, G. Roche, D. Lucas, S. Kidder, K. Gillette, S. Cooley, D. Miller, I. Nichols, B. Miles, D. Austin, L. McFarland, I. Lindbeck. Fourth Row: D. Stinson, M. Laswell, B. Allen, M. Miller, K. Specht, G. Arie, D. L. Kilby, C. Matthews, D. Townsend. Standing: Mr. E. Lantz, C. Orwig. BAND Appearing before the school and community many times throughout the year, the GHS band, under the direc- tion of Mr. Edwin Lantz, has completed another successful year. To start this year's schedule, the band performed on the field at the football games and played at the basketball games. Several fine concerts were also presented. Inez McLennan served as band president, with loe DeWeese as vice-president. Ianet Ankerson was elected secretary and Ned Flesher was treasurer. A board was organized, consisting of two members of each class. The sophomores were David Hirst and Mary I-lawkinson. Rod- ney Hallberg and loe DeWeese were the junior board members, while Eric Iohnson and Ned Flesher were the senior members. The German band, a small novelty group, was com- posed of Rodney Hallberg, Ronald Lingwall, Bruce Lantz, Stanley Stoneking and Ioe DeWeese. Equally important in the music department is the or- chestra. The orchestra performed in several concerts and assemblies. The orchestra members elected George Murphy as president, Arlene Harshbarger as vice-president, Bruce Lantz, secretary and Dick Murray, treasurer. Teaching students to play, understand and appreciate music, is the goal of these instrumental organizations. The GHS majorettes, loan DeWeese, Nancy Woolsey and Sally Bartlett, also performed many times for the public. 5 - 5 .1 ' My ,- ' V 'I ,"- vi 7 X ' -r f' wifi? - , ' 1 'X 1 ' h Dx5,v V' Vk,k k 'V k rrrii . W l f " 'EL , , A QF ' f " , 'Q 4 1 W L,,,, K ',.VV : I r . , . , ,,., ., , .. b 7 ,i tl, 3 K f 1 5 15 -ws, ' ii, wg. fv' E,: if ' N-+ E 1 ' 5 ' V' 8 N 4! Wd i , H N . Q ff I 1 ', Y Q 71 J. -i. 'N y A 5, ? f I S M it X , A x 7,1 ,Lk X V m- V ij gi , 5.532 Y QQ? Vi , if 1 5 , . ' fl 5? IV' 'ly Vi L K A 0' , Q7 A Y ig N , L x ' I , f Q E - f M? 5' P 51 , , Q 1 5 A kv I f In 'V x 1 Q gf! -72 '- n 5 Q 7 Ks- ay W W , 5 my W A L MQ, -N 9, 5 Q ,xx ,y , 4 " Wh fxi ' f 3, xv- 2. Cl-ICIR Galesburg Senior High is proud of their a cappella choir and they have a right to be. Under the capable direction of Boland O. Hegg, this choir has com- pleted a successful year, which included many public appearances and the an- nual Christmas and Spring Concerts. The choir elected two representatives from each class to be on a choir board. The purpose of the choir board was to conduct all business and social affairs. The members elected were: Al Harsh- barger, Marilyn Nelson, Sandy McGill, Bruce Duff, Donna Nelson and Bud Brad- bury. Al was elected president of the choir and Sandy was elected treasurer. In addition to the choir, several small groups performed this year. Included were the girls' trio, the boys' quartet, the madrigal singers, a mixed group of sixteen voices, and the girls' sextet. All of these groups proved to be very pop- ular with everyone. The mixed choir met during school time while the Harrnoneers, an all male chorus, rehearsed bi-weekly during the noon hour. These two groups performed in both outside activities and also in the Christmas and Spring Concerts. First Row: Mr. R. Hegg, I. DeWeese, S. Black, E. Parker, D. Nelson, D. Sloan, N. Letcher, B. Williams. Second Bow: L. Cooper, S. Worman, M. Pilcher, C. Fuhrken, M. Brooks, B. Davis, A. Harshbarger. Third Bow: I. Victor, S. Bartlett, S. Sells, C. Allender, M. Golofsky, l. DeWeese, R. Hallberg. Fourth Row: L. Cook, I. Unger, T. Stubbs, C. Mcore, B. Carter, S. Nichols, D. Serdahl. HABMCNEEBS 68 HABMQNEERS First Bow: R. Cook, B. Chisholm D. Staley, T. Snider, R. Nelson, B Duff, G. Evans, D. Nowack, D Lucas, B. Chaney. Second Bow I. Friend, B. Scriven, L. Huffman D. Hirst, l, Haney, P. Benson, N Flesher, D. Carlson, l. Treece, B. Goodwin. Third Bow: B. Neilson, C. Unger, D. Kinyon, l. Hirst, S. Letcher, B. Lantz, M. Raymond, E. Shaner, l. Durbin, l. Thompson, I DeWeese. Fourth Row: C. Miller R. Williams, K, Specht, I. Good win, D. Goethe, B. Fell, D, Bird T. Childers, K. Sargent, D. Ser dahl, R. Hallberg, D. Bitts. 44' , FX ,K I k J 1 J , , , . :Q t ,L Z A A Z Q 4 g a :QQI l g. 7 h igi if fr if 6' S g is ff 'F G 1 F 4 5 K E 1 I , 3 , A Q K L . X Q Q , K, k , ,,.. r,, ,M v,,k qk,,,f, ,V 5 ,,,,k wg. ,,., k ,,kk ,, 4 A L. K , N. ,.,,. v 9 In e , 5 W' 'S U www an Shirley Black, Elna Brock, Clarence Teagarden, Gloria Peabody. 'TANUARY TI-IAWH One of the outstanding events of this school year was the annual fall play which was directed by Kerrnit Allen and pre- sented by the dramatics department. The play was entitled "Ianuary Thaw" and given February Zlst and 22nd. The story of the play involved a family named Gage who had moved into a colon' ial state. They found later that the real owner, lonathan Rockwood, is still living. Then the two families try living together. They do this by solving their differences. The cast for the play was as follows: Freida, lanice Charlson: Clarence Teagar' den as Herbert Gage: Shirley Black as Sarah Gage: Paula Gage, Gloria Peabody: Elna Ann Brock as Marge Gage: lane Kel- logg as Barbara Gage: George Husted, Bill Monson: Ionathan Rockwood, Ronald Hall: Kay Nordgren, Mathilda Rockwood: others in the cast were David Sandborg, Frank Scherer, and Richard Watson. Clarence Teagarden, Elna Brock, Shirley Black, Gloria Peabody, Mary lane Kellogg, Bill Monson, Ronald Hall, David Sandberg, Dick Watson, lanice Charlson, Kay Nordgren, Frank Scherer. " R. U. R." The spring play, directed by Mr. Kermit Allen, the GHS speech department head, was presented at GHS April 26 and 27. The play was entitled "R. U. R." fRossum's Universal Robotsl and Elna Ann Brock was the assistant director. Cast members ot "R. U. R." were: Ronald Hall, Harry Doming Clarence Teaqarden, Dr. Call, George Nash, Dr. Hallemeier, Dclores Nelson, Helena Glory, Martha Aitchison, Sullay Dick Watson, Marius, Bill Monson, Dr. Fabryy Frank Scherer, Radiusp Lowell Lydic, Consul Busman, Sally Ward, Nana: Ronald Voiqht, Mr. Alquistg Kaye Meriwether, Helena CRobotessl5 David Sandborq, Primusg lerry Friend, the servant, and Dan Parrish, Bob Hocker, Elna Brock, Ann Parker and lanice Charlson, Robots. The play took place in the future, on an island somewhere on the earth. Sally Ward, Kaye Meriwether, Ronald Hall First Row: Martha Aitchison, Kaye Meriwether, Ann Parker, lanice Charlson. Second Row: Sally Ward, lerry Friend, Lowell Lydia' Dick Watson, Dan Parrish. Third Row: George Nash, Ronald Hall, Frank Scherer, David Sandborq, Bill Monson. CREWS First Row: S. Smith, P. Smith, A. Nelson, R. Fach, A. Hishbarqer, Second Row: C. Teaqarderi, D. Steck, F. Scherer, T. nouse, P. Goudschaal. First Row: B. Ashmeade, L. Cook, E. Carlson, G. Peabody, C, Wil- liamson. Second Row: G. lenson, I. Cravens, E. Brock, N. Hawk- inson. Third Row: C. Pilcher, M. E. Young, B. Brand, D. Hare, D. Purnell. First Row: S. Mooney, D. Wilkinson, D. Nelson, M. Aiichison. Second Row: M. Harprnan, S. Kirkbride, L. Lindberq, E. Firoved. Third Row: G. Nash, D. Bird, W, Steck, H. Guenther. First Row: N. Roach, M. Appleby, E. Burger, H. Dyer, D. Burchell. Second Row: V. Hanson, T. Henderson, I. Hall, P. Tryon, C. Terpen- inq. Third Row: D. Iohnson, S. Myers, B. Teel, I. Nichols, M. White. 72 NATIGNAL l-IGNGR SGCIETY NHS First Row: Alice Price, Marilyn Nelson, Martha Aitchison, Anne Nelson, Elizabeth Parker. Second Row: Kaye Meriwether, IoAnn Nystrom, jim Nelson, Sharon McGill, Betty Ashmeade. Third Row: Paul Benson, Mary Ellen Young, Inez McLennan, Lynn Wehr- meister, Sally Thomas, Nancy Letcher. OFFICERS Lynn Wehrmeister, presiclentg Paul Benson, vice-president: jim Nelson, secretary: Inez McLennan, treasurer. 1951 MEMBERS: Elna Brock, Barbara Carter, Beverly DuVall, Bette Dwyer, Patty Gibbs, john Goodwin, lolene Griffith, Newton Hawk- inson, Carol Hechler, Shirley Kirkbride, Virginia Lofgren, Mary Ellen Morris, IoAnn Murray, Rosemary Reeves, Donna Sloan, Eloise Smith, Tom Snouse, Sally Sunderland, Carolyn Swartz, Barbara Teel, Dorothy Totten, Dale Watson, Robert Westberg, Pauline White, Phyllis Wood, Lois Yeager, Marilyn Zugg, Anne Bages, Cynthia Cowell, Robert Davis, Rodney Hallberg, Robert Hickerson, Betty Kidder, George Melton, Donna Nelson, Kay Nordgren, Donna Nowack, Chester Pilcher, Dorenne Smith, Mary Still, Leigh Trevor, Marilyn Van Norman. , One of the most impressive ceremonies held at Galesburg High School was the induction service for new National Honor Society members. This formal induction Was held April 16th, with l5'Zw of the senior class and SW of the junior class being inducted. The 1950-51 officers of NHS Were: president, Lynn Wehrmeisterg Paul Benson, the vice-presi- dentg lim Nelson, secretary and treasurer, Inez McLennan. Miss Hazel Anderson acted as tac- ulty advisor. Membership in the National Honor Society is the objective of many GHS students, and it attained, is a high honor. The membership is based on tour objectives. These are: leader- ship, scholarship, citizenship and character, the tour cardinal virtues. Students must possess qualities ot leadership in class, ideas, and ac- tivities: maintain a B average: display Willing- ness to render service in any Way, and must possess responsibility, honesty, courtesy and good school and social attitudes. The NHS banquet took place at the Gales- burg Club on April 23rd. The sophomore marshalls, selected on the basis of scholarship were: Vandy Wilson, Bill Goodwin, Max Whitman and Steve Letcher. f STUDENT ACTIVITY ASSCCTATICN An organization which is known by almo: every GHS student is the Student Activit Association. Members receive a discount o almost all of the school activities through th year. This entities them to see home baske ball and football games, and various prograrr presented by GHS and outside talent. Men bers also receive both the BUDGET and th BEELECTOB, the school paper and yea book. SAA covers school insurance, too. This bargain can be purchased by all GH students at six dollars and twenty-tive cent: paid in one or three payments. A large grou ot GHS students belonged to SAA, approx mately 86 percent. Mr. Homer Zumwalt is the faculty advisc ot SAA and Phyllis Wood served as thi ye-ar's SAA president. SAA treasurers ar elected in each advisory to manage the ticke sales. Founded in 1937, SAA has proved a srnasl ing success and will continue to do so in th future. Mr. Homer Zurnwalt, advisory Phyllis Wood, president. STAGE CALL Stage Call is an honorary dra- matic club which was formed to promote an interest in dramatics at GHS. To be eligible tor mem- bership in this organization, a person must have had at least one major role or two minor roles in GHS plays. The student who works on tive productions is also entitled to be in the or- ganization. Mr. Allen was the advisor of Stage Call and the otticers tor this year were: president, Elna Brock, vice-president was Mary Ellen Young, treasurer, Betty Ashmeade, and secretary, Sally Ward. During the year, the club gained many new members. They took part in many school activities and journeyed to Chi- cago. One group ot students saw the recent Broadway hit, South Pacific, and the other saw Peter Pan. STAGE CALL First Row: Kaye Meriwether, Martha Aitchison, Betty Ashmeade, Shirley Kirkbride, Sharc Mooney, Donna Burchell. Second Bow: Dolores Nelson, Eleanor Carlson, Louise Coo Marilyn Hendricks, Sally Ward, Marjorie Bean. Third Row: Thelma Henderson, Elna Brocf Shirlee Myers, Clarence Teagarden, Thomas Snouse, Donald Fuller, Mary Ellen Young. VISUAL AIDS "Good, we have a movie in Inglish today!" We have heard mr said this quite often, even hough it may have been biol- tgy, history or some other sub- ect. Movies clarify and make nur subjects more interesting. Under the guidance of Mr. Sriffith and Richard Anderson, he GHS Visual Aids Depart- nent was composed of about ourteen GHS boys. Their job vas showing any movies or .lides which were scheduled for tny classes or activities. These boys won points for heir service in the organization ind the boy with the largest iumber of points received a trip o Chicago at the close of the school year. ,ymfgw , Q k ' 1 'wa 'Q' VISUAL AIDS First Row: Mr. lohn Griffith, Paul lohnson, Donald Stipp, Bob Fell, George Melton, Darold Merriman. Second Row: Hugh Wilson, lerry Zeldes, Steve Skipton, lack Oakly, Richard Anderson. Third Row: Virgil Taylor, lack Tharp, Marvin Raymond, Delrner Staley, George Roche, Ronald lohnson. P T A FUTURE TEACHERS First Row: L. Anderson, S. Sunderland, M. Harvey, B. Swanson, V. Lofgren, C. Swartz, F. Wheeler, K. Meriwether. Second Row: L. Henderson, S, Black, S. Worman, A. Bell-my, A. Bages, D. Sloan, C. Moore, M. Hearne, L, Kling, I. Segall, M. Myers. Third Row: M. 'ohnson, B. Peterson, L. Fields, S. Kirkbride, R. Fach, B. Carter, l. Gerstenberger, P. Benson, C. Allender, S. McGill. lr, 4 r The Future Teachers of Amer- " I ica is an important organization here at Galesburg High. The aims of the members of the Fu- ture Teachers of America was to learn more about the art of teaching school and how to de- velop various qualities essential for teaching. The senior members of FTA taught at the other schools in Galesburg. Betty Swanson presided as president of this organization and Virginia Lofgren served as vice-president. The treasurer was Sally Sunderland, secretary, Carolyn Swartz and historian, Marilyn Harvey. Miss Noble and Miss Youngblood served as the faculty advisors. 'lf Seatedz Mary Still, Betty Ashmeade. Louise Fields. LATIN CLUB Those students at GHS who are enrolled in the Latin lan- guage Were Latin Club mem- bers. Each Latin class has a meeting once a month. They have their own officers and name. At the monthly club meeting they present the club business matters and then the meeting is closed with a pro- gram. Each class elects someone who will represent them in the Senate, which has a president, vice-president, and treasurer. Leigh Trevor is the president, Cynthia Cowell, vice-president: and Robert DeVoss, treasurer. All big problems or ideas con- cerning any club are discussed and decided upon. The sponsor is Miss Susan Greer. FRENCH CLUB Meeting every three Week during school, the French Clu is open to anyone who has suc cessfully completed first yea French. Mr. Turner Was the facult' advisor of the French Club. Th officers of the year Were: Bett Ashrneade, president, Louis Fields, vice-president: Mar Still, secretary, and Nancy Vent treasurer. A useful and entertaining prc gram Was planned consisting c various French games, anec dotes, jokes, or presentations c short skits in French. The pul pose of the club is to promote better understanding of Frencl The motto of the club is "Le mc propre" which means "the rigli word." FRENCH CLUB Standing: Nancy Venn, CarLene Moore, Mr. Turner, LATIN CLUB First Row: D. Nelson, S. McGill, I. Lowerly, B. Bloomer, N. Dickinson, C. Cowell, B. Wilsor Second Bow: I. Berringer, E, Austin, I. Ellison, C. Williamson, M. White, D. Wilkinson, A Leasure, A, Searl. Third Row: I. Bourdon, S. LaFollet, C. Wilson, P. Smith, K. Nordgren, Tree-ce, A. Parker, I. Baker, H. Hall. Fourth Row: B. Goodwin, M. Golofsky, N. Phillips, E Hickerson, L. Trevor, I. Anderson, B. Monson, G, Iensen, S. Letcher, B, Baker. Fifth Row: E Briggs, S. Vinkle, I. Nelson, G. Parks, D. Sandborg, B. DeVoss, B. Folger, C. Hillard, B. Gaffielc ' Ln ... 8 E' 9 DEBATE The debate team, which is :oached by Mr. Royal Harsh- Jarger, has given GHS an op- portunity to be proud of them. This year, the team won a first n the Northwest Conference neet and won first at the state sectional debate held at Mon- nouth. A trophy was won in each contest and they advanced o the state contest which was :ornposed of Illinois' best de- Jate teams. The debate team consisted of: Affirmative, Lynn Wehrmeister ind Tom Snousep and Negative eam, Chester Pilcher and Bob DeVoss. These boys have done out- standing work and our only advice is: Don't start any argu- nents with them. DEBATE First Row: Mr. Harshberger, Clarence Teagarden, Lynn Wehrmeister, Danny Hare, David Sandberg. Second Row: Larry Thompson, Larry Blakeney, Helen Brodine, Dick Watson, Nellie Keim. Third Row: Tom Snouse, Elna Brock, Dick Love, lim Enlce, Bob DeVoss, Chester Pilcher. CLUB SPANISH CLUB First Row: Rita Each, IoAnn Murray, Patty Gibbs, Ronald Kidder, Donna Sloan, Iudy Gersten- berger, Virginia Lofqren. Second Row: Margaret Myers, Mary Amato, Eleanor Carlson, Marilyn Harpman, Ioyce Landon, Audrey Taylor, Rose Marie Moran. Third Row: Cherryl Terpening, Darlene Gustafson, Hazel Glass, Sharon McGill, Suana Sells, Susie Worley. The Spanish Club, which is known to the second-year Span- ish students at GHS as the "El Club Sombrerof' was advised by Mr. William Turner. The aim of the club is to pro- mote good will, friendship, and understanding between students of the United States and Latin America. The club met once a month and included talks, games, music, and skits of the Latin American countries. The officers were: Iennie Pa dilla, president: vice-president Donna Sloan, Sharon McGill secretary: Eleanor Carlson, treas- urerg Sue Sells, loAnn Murray, and Margaret Myers, directors. 1 77 QUILL AND SCROLL First Row: Arnette Van Winkle, Elizabeth Parker, Nancy Letcher, Anne Nelson, Marilyn Nel- son, Miss S. Fries. Second Row: Patty Clark, Inez McLennan, IoAnn Murray, Mary Ellen Young, Montgomery Bell, Leigh Trevor. DISTRIBUTORS OF AMERICA A practical GHS organization which offers training and experi- ence at GHS in the field of dis- tribution, is the Future Distrib- utors of America. Students have to take part in cooperative work plans to be eligible for member- ship in FDA. Elected as president this year was Lois Yeager. Assisting her was Patricia Cook, the vice- president, EvaMae Lundeen as the secretary and Bob Brand as treasurer. They did a fine job of managing FDA this year. This year, the FDA took a two day trip to Chicago. They in- cluded the Ice Capades, Morris B. Sach's Show and Don Mc- Neil's Breakfast Club in their trip. They also toured several department stores in Chicago. 78 QUILL AND SCROLI Quill and Scroll, an honorar' organization for GI-IS, is opei to any GHS junior or senior wh has served on publications ant fulfilled the qualifications. The officers of QGS were Nancy Letcher, president, Mar' Ellen Young as vice-presiden' Marilyn Nelson, treasurer, ant lo Murray, secretary. New members were inductef in the fall and spring. Thes- members were: Sally Warc Donna Nelson, Bob Sparks Marilyn Van Norman, Mary Still, Sally Thomas, Donn Sloan, Kaye Meriwether, Erwi: Iohnson, Io Ann Nystrom, Petr Kellaway, Martha Aitchison, Put Adolphson, Lynn Wehrmeistei and Betty Io Ashmeade. FUTURE F D A First Row: Betty Carlson, Donald Phillippi, Eva May Lundeen, Lois Yeager, Pat Cook, Bol Brand. Second Row: Mr. Donaldson, loyce Dexter, Mary Swanson, Marilyn Patterson, Bettj Conner, DeEtte Brokaw, Alice Lake. Third Row: Shirley Stromsted, Alice McGraw, Betty Lo Norris, Mary Louise Feather, Bruce Blomguist, Donna Morgan. CADETS I am sure that if you look out nto the deserted halls of GHS luring classtime, you will spot he hall cadets gathering attend- ,nce and library slips, bringing :all slips, notes and records to he teachers and pupils, and rreeting visitors at GHS. The cadet officers for the year .re Ioan Christianson, as presi- lentg Betty Bonesteel, as vice- mresidentg Bernie Landon, serv- ng as secretary. Every cadet does his Work vhile giving up his particular tudy hall. To the cadets who ielp to keep the school operat- rig smoothly we say "Thanks!" CADETS First Row: Gale Galloway, VVanda McCall, Gail Schienbein, Mary Ellen Morris, Second Row: Barbara Swartout, Eric Iohnson, Ned Flesher, lim Woolsey, Bernie Landon. POA First Row: Pat Wenzel, Eileen Burger, Susan Murdock, Wanda Bean, Pat Oaks. Second Row, Marilyn Zugq, Pat Asbury, Marlene Woolsey, Verna Hanson. Third Row: Mr. Hungerford, Barbara Teel, Dick lohnson, Rosemary Reeves, Ray lohnson. FUTURE OCCUPATIONISTS OE AMERICA The Future Occupationists joined with the state association, and as a result, will be known as Illinois Office Occupation As- sociation. This subiect offers the GHS students a business course which includes general business fields, stenography and book- keeping. Students who take this course are employed in offices during the afternoon. Eileen Burger, president, was assisted by the vice-president, Patricia Asbury. Verna Hanson was secretary-treasurer of the organization. Rosemary Reeves, a GHS student, is state president of the organization. A very important event of the club during the year was a din- ner for the employees which was held April l7th. The club also made a trip to the Cater- pillar in Peoria. First Row: C. Iohnson, I. Cravens, B. Tutt, D. Steck, D. Swanson, G. lnness, D. Moberg, C. Teagarden, W. Steck. Second Row: Mr. Dunn, N. Hawkinson, W. Smith, I. Carlson, T. Snouse, FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA To create a love of countr life and develop competer farmers, to encourage co-oper tion and improve farm life i America are just a few of man aims of FFA. The officers of FFA Wert president, Darrel Stecky Vic president, Dwight Emstrom, Zn vice-president, George Innes treasurer, Bill Tuttg secretar' Don Mobergg reporter, Dic Swanson and sentinel, Iim Cra' ens. The chapter advisor we Mr. Ray Dunn. Many fun nights, parties, an other events were included f F P A the year's activities. The Donke Basketball game was one of tl most outstanding events of tl' L. Anderson, S. Sutor, I. Wyatt, C, Wyman, G. McMillan, T. Bullman, D. Nelson, Third Row: YQGI. D. Nelson, R. Iohnson, I.. Packingham, I. Harden, C. Iohnson, D. Sandberg, R. Kenny, H, Guenther. Fourth Row: F. Me-llican, C. Boyd, R. Alexander, H. Wilson, M. Olson, B. Cherring- ton, D. Iohnson, R. Wenstrom, B. Reinhardt, P. Stewart, C. Alexander, M. Iohnson. FUTURE I-IGMEMAKERS OF AMERICA A highly active year with many worthwhile projects marks the end of FHA's third year at GHS. Miss Ruth Schwarz was the advisor for FHA and serving as officers were: president, Sally Sunderland: vice-president, Cor- rine Wallacep Grace Swigart as treasurery Irma Guy, secretary: Rose Boyd, parliamentarian, his- torian, Martha Truschg program chairman, Ioan Adcockg project chairman, Carol Clarkg song leader, Hazel Glassy Carolyn Tingley, reporter, and the Chap' ter Mother was Mrs. George Clark. Some of the events of the year included assemblies, potlucks, and co-operative events with other GHS organizations. FHA First Row: M. Henninger, Miss Schwarz, A. Bellamy, C. Wallace, C. Tingley, I. Adcock, Sunderland, H. Glass, Second Row: L. Christian, M. Harpham, D. Lavely, I. Landon, Rollins, B. Kidder, D. Clapp, B. Bloomer, I. Guy. Third Row: B. Wilson, R. Boyd, P. Brunko F. Roach, B. DuVall, P. White, B. Deal, K. Hendricks, B. Emstrom, M. I. Donaldson, M. I. Te pleton, B. Butkovitch, M. Haynes, M. Blair, D. Totten, D, Tout, W. McCall, B. Burton. l 1 X NATIONAL S FORENSIC LEAGUE A new organization at GHS A his year, the National Forensic Teague, has taken its place among the other organizations. Galesburg was recommended or membership in this national Jrganization because ot its ex- t""-Zivw :eptional standing in speech and iebate. Mr. Royal Harshbarger and Vlr. Kermit Allen were advisors or the organization. The otiicers Mere: Elna Brock, presidentg rice-president, Chester Pilcherg Robert DeVoss, secretary and Zlarence Teagarden as treas- irer. The purpose ot the organi- :ation was to recognize proti' NATIONAL FQRENSIC LEAGUE ASUCY ln Speech and debate' Seated: Bob DeVoss, Clarence Teagarden, Elna Ann Brock. J5fIiCUl5TlY debate- Standing: Mr. Allen, Chester Pitcher, David Sandberg, Danny Hare, Mr. Harshbargor. MUSTO HONOR LEAGUE MUSIC HONOR LEAGUE First Row: L. Cooper, C. Hechler, D. Nelson, M. Nelson, M. Van Norman, T. Stubbs, L. Cook, R. Moore, I. Ankerson, S. Bartlett, S. McGill, F. Bradburn, C. Eck, S, Sutor, A. Bages. Second Row: P. Robbins, N. Stebbins, B, Rosenberg, E. Firoved, P. Hugltey, V. Osborn, B. Swanson, S. McGill, I. McClain, P. Tryon, I. Hall, I, Ellison, M. Golofsky, I. Nystrom, C. Moore. Third Row: B. Carter, M. Brooks, C. Swartz, C. Fuhrken, D. Nowack, L. Lindberg, A. Harshbarger, I. Gerstenberger, N. McKinley, I. Nelson, B. Lantz, I. Hirst, D. Serdahl, K. Vogel, T. Sutor, S. Sells, E. Parker. Fourth Row: R, Lingwall, R. Hallberg, A. Bradley, D. Blucker, B. Dutt, I. Dixon, S. Olson, D. Murray, B. Buck, A. Harshbarger, P. Adolphson, E. Ichnson, B. Telford, I. Hull, R. Hall, P. Benson, D. Hirst, N. Flesher. Providing students with opportunities to peitcrm tor a group is the aim oi the Music Honor League here at Galesburg Senior High. Any students who have an interest and talent tor music are entitled to become members ot the organization. The members must pertorm at one ot the regular meetings ot Music Honor League. The l95U-5l MHL otticers were: IoAnn Nystrom, president: Rodney Hallberg, vicefpresident and Bar- bara Carter, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Edwin Lantz and Mr. Roland Hegg were the faculty advisors. rf ' f y fi. xi In-E i AW, I 4 , Q :iii ll' MIC O E A 3 s I E Hwy, +V' . 'M' QQ 1 i 91509 Ralph Cook Anton Grabill Bill Miller Lynn Welirmeisier Stanley Olson Wayne Mohr lunior Tyler Duane Severns Bob Davis Fred Pacey Earl Strawn Tom Weir Don Swanson E QQTBATJ . LETTER WINNERS Hex DeW'eesQ 'Wayne Hom Frank Scherer LaVem Adolphson T. I. Ii VARSITY FGGTBAT .l. First Row: F. Pacey, B. Ernpson, L. Wehrmeister, S. Olson, L. Adolphson, A. Grabill, D. Howard. Second Bow: W. Horn, W. Mohr, D. Severns, B. Miller, T. I. Tiles, B. Duff, T. Trulock. Third Bow: T. Weir, B. Davis, Ft, Galusha, D. Ehlen, D. Pople, D. Swanson, O. Thierry. Fourth Row: B. Martinez, H. McBride, B. Telford, T. Carlson, G. McMillan, I. Dungan, T. Woolsey, H. Guenther, E. Mont- gomery. Fifth Row: l. Tyler, D. Goethe, E. Strawn, B. Worley, F. Scherer, B. Tutt, D. Nowack, B. DeWeese. Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburq 6 ............ 7 ........... 13 ............ 20 ............ Moline Peoria Woodruff Hammond 'Tech East Peoria East Moline Kewanee Rock lsland Canton 53 ............ Monmouth The l95U edition of the Silver Streaks opened their season September l5 only to suffer a stinging 31-O defeat by the powerful Maroons at Moline's Browning Field. The next week the Streaks again faltered as they dropped a t4-O decision to a good Peoria Woodruff team at Lombard Field. A last minute touchdown by the Hammond Tech eleven, a scrappy Indiana crew, stopped a very much im- proved GHS team l8Al3 in an intersectional bout at Lom- bard Field. The Streaks lost their fourth game the next Friday evening by a 6-U margin at East Peoria. Galesburg was defeated l2-5 by the East Moline Hilltoppers October l3, the evening of the annual Homecoming game. The Streaks traveled to Kewanee to play their sixth outing and tasted of defeat once more as they were nosed out by the Boilermakers l3-7. But this game proved to be the last reverse for the Silver and Gold as they went on to tie a highly favored Rock lsland crew l3-l3 and swamp Canton 20-0. The curtain closed on the football season as the varsity team was victorious over Monmouth, its tradi- tional rival, 53-O. Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg PCNY FCCTBALI. Peoria Woodruff 6 East Moline 29 Canton 13 Moline Coolidge 7 Kewanee l4 Bock lsland 2l Monmouth O The sophomore team, coached by Art Fish, along with their varsity counterparts, was the victim of a slightly dis- appointing season. However, the record they made was somewhat better than the Streaks' as they compiled three victories, three defeats, and one tie. The first-year men of Peoria Woodruff furnished the opposition for the opener at Lombard Field September 23. The passes of Pete Thierry and Larry Huffman and the ex- cellent all-around play of Iohnny Perez contributed much to Galesburg's victory. However, the following weeks were not as bright as the Ponies were handed shutouts by both Canton and East Moline and had to settle for a draw with Moline's Calvin Coolidge. It was not until the morning of October Zl that the Iunior Streaks could again crack the win column. Thanks to a pair of touchdowns scored by Bob Fay and one scored by Perez, the Kewaneeans went down l8-l4. The Satur- day following, the Rock lsland Pebbles handed the Sophs their third defeat of the year as they won by a 21-7 margin. This failed to daunt the Galesburg crew though, and they ended their season by whitewashing the Monmouth Snap- pers l9-U, First Row: I. Perez, P. Iohnson, D. Carlson, R. Potter, D. Roman, B. Deal, D. Bitts. Second Row: P. Thierry, B. Fay, L. Huffman, R. Hall, l. Enloe, I. Wilkinson. Third Row: W. Smith, W. Blythe, A. Leasure, G. Evans, I.Churchill, D. Nelson, El-lilligoss. Fourth Row: R. Dobey, I. Godsil, I. Barns, B. Dennis, B. Thompson, D. Haynes, D. Kimmit. Dick Bremhorst Anton Grabill Fred Pacey Ted Trulock Ralph Cook lim Nelson Frank Scherer Dewey Taylor ,,,,4,m MANAGERS The Galesburg High School indeed was fortunate in having splendid man- agers this past year. These managers are to be highly praised for they did an exceptionally fine job. Most managers have to give up many activities to do their job. Plenty of hard work is con- nected with the job of manager. They have the task of caring for the athletic equipment. The athletic equip- ment that GHS uses is the finest pos- sible and it must be taken care of and guarded from loss. Seldom does a night go by without these boys having to spend around two to three hours at their respective jobs. This year's managers were Donnie Kimrnitt, lack Hix, Don Patterson, Rex Doby, Richard Bender, and Steve Skip- ton. Steve, as head manager, was a vet- eran of three years experience. Howard Whitcomb is equipment manager and serves as faculty advisor. First Row: R. Bender, R. Dobey, D. Patterson. Second Row: D. Kimmiti, I. Hix. Third Row: S. Skipton. VARSITY RASKETRAI .I . Galesburg Macomb Galesburg Wood River Galesburg ...... Moline Galesburg ...... East Peoria Galesburg East Moline Galesburg ...... Peoria Manual Galesburg ...... Sterling Galesburg 44 ...... Riverside-Brookfeild Galesburg ...... Rock Island Galesburg ...... Canton Galesburg ..,... Monmouth Galesburg ...... Kewanee Galesburg ...... South Shore Galesburg ...... Moline Galesburg ...... Pekin Galesburg ...... East Moline Galesburg ...... Rock Island Galesburg ...... Canton Galesburg ...... Monmouth Galesburg ...... Peoria Woodruff Galesburg ...... Kewanee REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Galesburg 45 ...... Knoxville 92 The Streaks blew the lid off the l95U-51 season by registering a decisive 48-29 victory over a scrappy Macomb five at Steele Gym. After dropping a road contest to Wood River the following week it appeared that they were in for a bad season. But when they roared back with wins over' East Peoria and Moline, Galesburg fandom saw better days ahead. But again the Streak machine bogged down. Nine games brought only three victories: these being over Sterling, Canton, and Monmouth. The Galesburg squad appeared to be easy prey for powerful Moline and the Maroons were still smarting from that pre- vious loss. However the Streaks caught fire and downed the visitors for the second time 63-58. The following day they could score only twenty-nine points as they allowed an inferior Pekin team to romp roughshod. Galesburg came to be known by one word-un- predictable. When they spanked a highly-regarded Hilltopper crew from East Moline, the name seemed right. Following the East Moline game, the Streaks lost two to Rock Island and Canton, decisioned the Zippers of Monmouth, and closed the campaign with losses to Kewanee and Woodruff. The Streaks fin- ished tournament play with a 45-46 loss to Knoxville. Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Cfalesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg Cfalesburg Galesburg Galesburg Galesburg PCNY BASKETBALL Calvin Coolidge 39 Calvin Coolidge 27 East Peoria 37 East Moline 4l Peoria Manual 45 Sterling 38 Bock Island 43 Canton 48 Iohn Deere 52 Monmouth 39 Kewanee 4U Iohn Deere 44 Pekin Sl East Moline 47 Bock Island 66 Canton 50 Mcnmouth 52 Peoria 'Woodruff 4U Kewanee 47 First Bow: Pete Thierry, Phil lohnston, Larry Huff- man, Charles McDorman, Lyle Grider. Second Row: lirn Colver, Dave Wallace, lack Gawthrop, Iohn Perez, Bob Fay. Third Row: Danny Howard, Bruce Duff, Paul Iohnson, Harold Ewing, Duane Nowack, Under the tutelage of Coach C. C. Van Dyke the Pony basketball team suf- fered a rather dismal seasoneif one considers only their competitive record. However the fundamental purpose of all sophomore squads is to develop capable varsity material and Mr. Van Dyke certainly succeeded here. Every boy was given a chance to demonstrate his ability in actual competition and this alone is sure to pay dividends a year from now. Practice sessions de- voted to the learning of fundamentals will prove their worth on the varsity court next season. Among the boys who turned in top notch performances for the sophomores were: Dave Wallace, Tohn Perez, Pete Thierry, Danny Howard, Phil lohnston, lack Gawthrope, Larry Huffman, Harold Ewing, lim Culver, and Bob Fay. 93 CROSS CCUNTRY Under the very able direction of Coach Bob Hungerford and led by Paul and Boy Benson, Larry "Swede" Anderson, and Allan Harshbarger, a fine Galesburg Cross Country squad swept through the l95U season, copping two firsts, four seconds, and one third place in seven meets. In ad- dition, ace GHS harrier Paul Ben- son carried the silver and gold of Galesburg home first in every meet of the seven, including the Gene- seo Invitational, Northwest and Illini Conferences, and District. The Streaks opened the season with a 24-31 decision over Gene- seo. The following week they continued their winning ways by racking up a 20-40-72 victory over Canton and Pekin. The Geneseo Invitational meet provided the third First Bow: Carl Whitcomb, Boy Benson, lim Colver, Bob Macdonald, Gerald Taylor. test fOr the Streaks, and they Came Second Row: Paul Long, Allan I-larshbarger, Clarence Teagarden, Paul Benson, ' th , Larry Anderson, Coach B. Hungerford. aqaln to Cop e runner up In their next two meets GHS was compelled to bow to a great Peoria Woodruff squad. The boys from the river city copped a 23-37 dual meet decision from the Silver Streaks October I2 and followed up the next week by running away with the championship trophy of the Illini Conference. In the latter contest GHS again finished in the runner-up spot. Three days later the Streaks traveled to Bock Island to compete once more for conference laurels, this time in the power-packed Northwest loop. As usual the Galesburg aggregation turned out to be one of the better teams in the meet but they again had to settle for second place as the speedy Moline Maroons grabbed first. The District Meet at Sheffield provided the IQSU squad with their final competition of the season and they again rose to the occasion, finishing with a very respectable third place. Paul Benson Roy Benson, Paul Benson, Larry Anderson GGLF r t The varsity golf team, coached by Homer Zumwalt, was definitely handicapped when fall golf compe- tition began for it lacked experi- ence. Thus, the team can justly be commended for its fine showings against veteran teams of high cali- bre. Although its record was not spectacular, 2 wins and 2 defeats, the team members gained invalu- able experience. This experience evidently was an excellent aid to the golf team. When this article was written, the golf team had played 3 meets up to date. The first foe of the Gales- burg golf team was Kewanee. After winning this meet, it then defeated Peoria Manual. Both these wins were by large margins. This indi- cates a balanced team' The Gales- First Row, reading left to right: Iim Durbin, Dennis Serdahl, Bill Goodwin, Don bufq SIIVQT SlT951kS then W9T9 Winqo, Larry Blalceney, Iohn McKenzie, Dick Durbin. Second Row: Coach Homer participants in 5 fQuf team QOII Zumwalt, Iack Churchill, Iohn Goodwin, Bob Sparks, Iim Haney, Stanley Stoneking. meet at Peoria and placed. Eleven boys came out for varsity golf this Spring. There was only one returning letterman, Iohn Goodwin. The team greatly missed the services of Howard Roate, ace Iunior golfer, who joined the Navy. Other junior and senior team members were Dick Durbin, Iim Haney, Iohn McKenzie, Dennis Serdahl, Bob Sparks, and Don Wingo. Sophomores on the team included Iack Churchill, Iim Durbin, Bill Goodwin, and Russ Neilson. ln other matches this Spring, the Galesburg team played Davenport, Moline, Quincy, Pekin, Rock Island, Peoria Woodruff, Peoria Central, and Decatur. When the Spring golf season began, Coach Zumwalt impressed upon his team that a good golfer is a gentleman on and off the course. After this comment, the attitude of the team members seemed to improve and was a contributing factor in its successful season. r ! xr,-lGfV..gMg7.fl?'35 I Left to right: D. Serdahl, B. Sparks, I. Goodwin, I. McKenzie. Left to right: D. Wingo, I. Goodwin, B. Sparks, I. McKenzie, D. Serdahl. BASEBAT .l . As we go to press, the baseball team, under the very capable direction of Coach Charles Bed- nar, has compiled a record of three wins against five defeats. The 1951 Streaks were handicapped by inexperience, however, and they should really be tough by tournament time. At this time games remain to be played with Bock Island, East Peoria, East Moline, Monmouth, Canton, and Woodruff. The Streaks had only four lettermen on hand at the beginning of the season: Ace pitcher lim Horaney, catcher Don Hardine, shortstop lack Liby, and outfielder Ted Truloclc. A fine array of sopho- more and junior talent helped immeasurably, though, and prospects for the future are bright. At the present, Coach Bednar is depending on his pitching staff of Horaney, Bill Tutt, and Russell Pottery his infield composed of lim Lester, lack Crane, Leland Madvig, and Libyg and his slugging outfielders, Iohnny Perez, Ted Trulock, and Bob Hickerson. Able reserve strength is supplied by veterans Duane Severns, Tom Weir, and Anton Grabill and sophs Larry Huffman and Danny Howard. First Row: I. Lester, L. Huffman, B. Tutt, I. Liby, R. Potter, D. Hardine, I. Horaney, B. Hickerson, I. Crane, I. Perez. Second Row: P. Thierry, R. Linder, B. Fay, B. Monson, T. Weir, D. Severns, D. Howard, C. Burrell, A, Grabill, L, Madvig, T. Trulock, I. Gawthrop, D. Bitts, G. Taylor, B. Davis, D. Taylor, D. Roman. TRACK Galesburg's cinderemen opened the l95l cam- paign by downing Canton and Monmouth in a tri- angular meet at Lombard Field. As we go to press, the tracksters have engaged in no other competition but are awaiting such events as the Kewanee Belays, Illini Conference, Northwest Conference, Geneseo Belays, District, and State meets. Although the team lacks experience, coaches VanDyke and Fish are confident the boys will win their share. Lettermen Paul Benson, Boy Benson, Al Harshbarger, and Iim Carlson seem to have the dis- tance events well in hand. Bob Buck and Noah DeWeese are handling the 440 while Dave Wallace, T. I. Iiles, and Buck are carrying GHS colors in the sprints. l-lurdlers are Iim Nelson, Tom Snouse, Daniel Hare, and Dick Baldwin. Frank Scherer and Duane Nowack are representing GHS in the shot and discus events and Buck, Wallace, and Montgomery are broad jumping. Iim Nelson still climbs the long bamboo in the pole vault and leads the high-jump crew. D. Hare, T. Snouse I. Nelson First Bow: D. Watson, D. Olmsted, I. Thompson, T. I. Iiles, D. Wallace, I. Carlson, D. Lucas, B. Benson, W. Blythe I Wilkinson L Thompson. Second Bow: D. Hare, L. Anderson, I. Colver, E. Apple, A. l-larshbarqer, B. Buck, P. Benson, I. Nelson T Ramirez B Brannan, B. Miller, D. Sandberg. Third Row: Ft. Webber, A. Leasure, T. Snouse, B. Wenstrom, O. Tracy, D. Now ck D Baldwin I. Wyatt, Cv. McMillan, B. DeWeese. Fourth Bow: B. Galusha, D. Steck, F. Scherer, B. Davis, B. Anderson, D. Stipo l-l McBride B Montgomery, W. Steck, I. Enloe, P. Iohnson. INTRAMURALS lt is generally agreed that Galesburg High School has one of the finest intramural sport programs in the State of Illinois. lt is designed to provide the boys of GHS with a competitive athletic program that will supplement the varsity squads. Any boy may participate in an intramural activity regard- less of ability. The only requirement is a desire to compete. For the past year great interest has been shown in this program and many advances have been made. Coach Bednar directs intra- muralsy and, as any of the boys will tell you, he does a great job. The intramural program got under way as soon as school started in the Fall with a soccer foot- ball league. Upon completion of this sport a horseshoe tournament was held, after which came the golf tourney. The boys concluded the autumn activities with an archery meet. The coming of "old man winter" ushered in the basketball season and also one of the perennial favorites on the l-M slate. Three separate leagues were formed: one for the seniors, one for the juniors and one for the sophomores. Regularly scheduled games were played once a week and the season was climaxed with a round of exhibitions and an annual all-school tournament. Bowling also drew a large field and both boys' and co-recreational leagues were formed. Other activities held during the winter were: volleyball, badminton, ping pong, chess, water polo, wrestling, and free throwing. Heading the list of spring sports was the handball tournament. Following this came tennis, decathlon, and softball. Other spring season highlights were the track and swim meets. The climax of the intramural year is the awarding of the all-school trophy. This award goes to the boy who has compiled the greatest number of points throughout the year. This trophy is highly coveted and competition for it is keen. As we go to press, there are ten boys in the running for the trophy. These are: Ned Fleisher, Fred Madvig, Walter Mettler, Larry Thomson, lack Crane, Dick Pierson, Ed Apple, Ken Blucker, lim Haney, and Dick 'Watson T ! I 4 Sig A ws. " Qu ,. sf .Q j S x f VL- VL.l ,L.. L ,L,. ,,ii,f K my 1 I 1 M ' T " 4 I 71, +2fz.,J vw MMEQ 5.5 fxgixwvi , X www 5 A . GlRLS' ATHLETIC ASSGCIATIGN Seated: Anne Bages, Marilyn Harpman. Standing: loyce Landon, Kathy Miller, Beverly DuVall. Very popular among the sports-minded girls at GHS, the Girls' Athletic Association, or GAA, as it is Widely known, offered a wide variety of sports this year. Girls who were not members were able to participate in the sports, also. Some of the sports offered Were: tennis, swimming, bas- ketball, softball, bowling, volleyball, and archery. The GAA officers for this year were: Marilyn Harpman, presidentg Kathy Miller, vice-president, Bev DuVall, corresponding secretary, Anne Bages, treasurer and secre- tary, loyce Landon. Advisor of the organiza- tion for the year was Miss Macabee, assisted by Miss Wilkins and Miss Rust. The purpose of GAA is to make better leaders and sportswomen and build stronger minds and bodies of the GHS girls. Some of the events of the year were: a water ballet, a mother-daughter-teacher fun night, an overnight camping trip, and a moth- er-daughter potluck. First Row: D. Nelson, P. White, l. Pratt, G. Schienbein. Second Row: P. Wood, M, Myers, V. Osborn, R. Carlson, A. Smith. Third Row N. McKinley, l, Murray, B. Swartout, A. l-larshbarger, I. MfLennan, ic.:-' , ww:-g Fai? 7" Hi um,-nfl E v-m"T1 ' 1 , L. .Sim He" cms Q. T f The "G" Club is considered the most exclusive organization at Galesburg High. Membership 'Q is restricted to those boys who have won their N varsity letter either as a player, manager, or T cheerleader. However, merely earning a letter ' does not automatically entitle a boy to member- ship in this group, tor members must pledge to raise the high standards of athletics and uphold the rules ot training. The "G" Club is very active in GHS altairs. The boys supply a checking service at all home basketball games and also handle the sale ot schedule pencils. These ac- tivities supply the organization with the funds necessary to put on the "G" Club banquet, an Left to right: Lynn Wehrmeister, Fred Pacey, Ted Trulock, Paul Benson, annual affair honoring the parents of the letter, . Q 4-' 5 ,Q TT1911. This banquet is really the highlight ot all club activities during the entire year. lt is given to honor the parents and it has the distinction ot being the only organization banquet at GHS that is completely financed without charging admission. lt is held in the ballroom ot the Hotel Custer. Each year the club elects tour otticers to assist the faculty advisor, Coach Phillips, in supervising the group's activities. This year's otticers were: Fred Pacey, presidentp Paul Benson, vice-president: Ted Trulock, secretary, and Lynn Wehrmeister, treasurer. ff v-f"Xr Lett to right, Front Bow: Bud Holloway, Don Hardine, lim Horaney, lim Nelson, lack Liby, Ralph Cook, Tom Weir. Second Bow: Dewey Taylor, Don Swanson, Bob MacDonald, Steve Skipton, Pug Adolplison, Roy Benson, lunior Tyler, Bob Davis. Third Bow: T. I. liles, Wayne Horn, Bex De-VV-eese, lohn Goodwin, Bill Miller, Chuck Duckwiler, Larry Anderson, lim Carlson. Fourth Bcw: Tom Grabill, Duane Severns, Dick Bremhorst, Bon Hanson, Frank Scherer, Bob Buck, Al Harshbarger, Stan Olson. lO2 PEP CLUB The Pep Club is an organization that was started to arouse the students ot GHS to better support the Galesburg athletic teams. lt has three officers who are: Tom Camper, ludy Gerstenberger, and Sally Ward. Many times in the past year it was thought that more school spirit was needed. When this fact became evi- dent, the Pep Club went into operation and a great improvement was noted in school spirit. Because it aids in promoting pep and enthusi- asm in the student body, it is a great iactor in maintaining school spirit. Much credit is due to the Galesburg High School cheerleaders. Without a cheering sec- tion, iootball and basketball games would not be the same. The Pony and Varsity cheerleaders did a fine job this year. Varsity cheerleaders keeping the GHS students yelling during this past year were: ludy Gerstenberger, Earl Sloan, Sally Thomas, Gail Schienbein, and Sharon Mc- Gill. Pony cheerleaders were: Ioan Amato, Pat Allison, Larry Thomson, Sandra McGill, and Karen Campbell. Mr. Damberg is the super- visor of the cheerleaders and Pep Club. Sharon McGill, lucly Gerstenberger, Earl Sloan, Sally Thomas, Gail Shienbein. Sally Ward, Tom Camper, Iudy Gerstenberger. Seated: Karen Campbell, Larry Thompson, Sandra McGill. Standing: loan Amato, Patty Allison. lC Wi. f SPY E ,Eff w fliiggg, ax-gg 1, ff,.wY'V 'V e' 'ie K V, I ogg, iii N,,,,,fk .K .gh I ' ,. T7ilCT.v39'- ., 95.355 M7--T, ,iikii " M21?Lif'.iTig 5 ., it il A , I 1? -2 f 5' -f -1 , -. ,, ' . mf .zf J ' "2 my - fy Kliwiir K-si: -:ff ef if . 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Not great in the sense of outstanding athletic achievements, but great in the sense of all-around success. Fifty-one was a great year. lt witnessed the final coaching year of one of the finest athletic personalities in the state: it saw a debate team finish fourth in state com- petition: it saw original oratory and externporaneous speakers each finish second at state: it saw a total of 60 art awards and one national art scholarship given: it saw music students, both band and choir, through ensemble and individual work, take many first and second places in the state: it saw a superior high school newspaper, the BUDGET, take Columbia's Medalist Award for an outstanding paper: it saw two boys from cross country go to state for the first time: it saw an office student president of a state com- mercial organization: it saw the National Poetry An- thology publish Z5 poems: it saw students receive awards from Scholastic writing: it saw all of these things recognized outside the school, while inside organizations, clubs, and committees accomplished their own aims. Nineteen fifty-one, successful, great? Surely! Great in the eyes of its students, its faculty, and its friends, this year, nineteen fifty-one has been noted by sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as the beginning, the middle, and the end. A Adams, Nell Rose 1103, 45 Adcock, Joan 1123, 20. 52, 80 Adcock, Marilyn 1103, 45, 61, 68 Addis, Eleanor 1123, 20, 66 Adolphson, LaVern 1123, 19, 20, 52, 59. 68, 81, 87, 88 Aitchison, Mr. John, 17 Aitchison, Martha 1123, 20, 59, 60, 71, 72, 73 Akeyson, Joyce 1123, 20 Alexander, Curtis 1113, 36, 80 Alexander, Ralph 1113, 36, 80 Allen, Barbara 1123. 20, 66 Allen, games 1103, 45 Allen, r. Kermit,81 l Allender, Carole 1113, 36, 60, 68, 75 Allison, Patricia 1101, 45, 63, 103 Arriato, Joan 1103, 45, 52, 103 Amato. Mary41123, 20, 77 Amundson, 1 iss Ramona, 15 Anderson, Miss Hazel, 18 Anderson, ames 1103. 76 Anderson, oan 1123, 20, 63 Anderson, arry 1123, 20, 62, 75, 80, 102 Anderson, Miss Rachel, 18 Anderson, Richard 1123, 20, 75 Anderson, William 1113, 36, 62 Andrews, Barbara 1123, 20 Ankersen,dJan.et 1113, 36, 66, 81 Appel, Ed ie 1103, 45 Appleby, Martha 1123, 20, 72 Arie, Gladys 1103, 45, 66 Asbury, Patricia 1123, 20, 79 Ashby, Maryanne 1123, 20 Ashmeade, Betty 1123, 20, 58, 60, 72. 73, 74, 76 Austin, Donald 1113, 36, 66 Austin, Emma 1103, 45, 76 B Bacon, Robert 1103, 45, 76 Ba es, Anne 1113, 36. 60, 63, 67, 75, 81,100 Baier, Josephine 1103, 45, 76 Baker, Mrs. Mary, 14 Baldwin, Dick 1113, 36 Barnes, Jacqueline 1123, 20 Barnes, Jerry 1103, 89 Bartlett, Sally 1103. 45, 66, 68, 81 Beacom, Richard 1113, 36 Bean, Marjorie 1123, 20, 69, 74 Bean, Wanda 1123, 20, 79 Beavers, Merci 1113, 36 Beavers, Sandra 11013, 45 Bednar, Mr. Charles, 15 Behrin er, Jane Ann 11-03, 45, 76 Bell, Nfontgomery 1123, 21, 59, 62, 78 Bellamy, Alice 1123, 21, 75. 80 Bender, Richard 1103, 45, 92 Benson, Paul 1123, 19, 21, 52, 62, 68. 73, 75, 81, 102 Benson, Ro 1123, 21, 102 Benz, Elizafyieth 1103, 45, 69 Benz, Patricia 1113, 36 Bern, Richard J103, 45 Bevard Alvina 10 45 INDEX Blucker, Kenneth 1113, 36, 68 Blue, Fred 1113, 36 Blust, Theresa 1103, 45 Blythe, Warren 1103, 45, 62, 89 Bodeen, Carol 1113, 36 Bodenhamer, William 1113, 36 Boen, Richard 1103, 45 Bogard, Carolyn 1103, 45, 52, 69 Bonesteel, Elizabeth 1113, 36 Boostrom, Patricia 1103, 45 Bourdon, Janet 1103, 45, 69, 76 Bowen, Mr. Riley, 17 Bowman, Joan 1113. 36 Bowman, Roger 1123, 21, 66 Boyd, Clyde 1113, 36, 80 Boyd. Rose 1123, 21, 80 Boyd, Sheila 1103, 45 Bradburn, Frances Q03, 45, 58, 66, 69, 81 Bradburn, Greta 1123, 21 Bradbury, Overton 1113, 36. 62, 68 Bradley, Alan 4113, 36, 66, 81 Bradley. Peggy 1103, 45 Brand, Robert 1123, 21, 72, 78 Brand, Robert-1103, 45 Brandau, Gale 1103, 69 Brannan. Russel 1103, 45 Bremhorst, Richard 1123, 21, 90, 102 Brewer, Beverjy 1113. 36 Briggs, Sara 1103, 45, 69, 76 Brock, Elna Ann 1123, 21, 52, 70, 72, 74, 77, 81 Brodine, Helen 1103, 45, 60, 77 Brokaw, DeEtte 1123. 21. 78 Brooker, George 1103, 45 Brooking, Mr. Thomas Brooks, Maxine 1123. 21, 67, 68, 81 Brown, Marilyn 1113, 36 Brown, Walter 1113. 36, 67 Bruington, Donna 1103, 45, 66 Brunkow, Patricia 1113, 36. 80 Budd, Gary 1103, 45 Bullrnan, Theodore 1113. 80 Burchell. Donna 1123, 21, 72, 74 Burger, Eileen 1123, 21, 72, 79 Burkett, Connie 1123, 22 Burrell, Cadle 1113. 36, 96 Burton, Bonnie 1103, 45, 80 Burton, Shirley 1103, 45, 58, 63 Bushong, Beverly 1113, 36 Cherrington, Robert 1103, 45, 80 Chesser, Geor e 1103, 45 Childers, Tedgy 11013. 45, 68 Chisholm, Bruce 11 3, 37, 68 Christian, Leona 1103, 45. 80 Christianson, Joan 1123, 21 Churchill, Jac 1103, 45, 89, 95 Casco, Jain 11123. 46 aeys, arie 123, 22, 69 Clapp, Donnalene 1103, 46, 63, 80 Clark, Carol 1123, 22 Clark, Ona Lee 1113, 37 garb Early 1123, 22, 58, 78 ar , eggy1123, 22 Clevenger, Bernice 1113, 37 Clevenger, Vadna 1103, 46 gleijvengekuyernis 3113, 37 o urn, t 112 , 22 soihfwfiiiz Q11 SS o ey, ae , Coffman, Theodore 114113, 37, 52 Collins, Mr. George, 1 Collopy, Mary Lou 1113, 37 Colver, James 1103, 62 Eolwell, l1'lIenryf1103, 46 onner, etty 123, 22, 78 500115, Ilsotiisq 11153 3226136.51 72, 74, 81 oo , a r1c1a , , Cook, Ralph 1123, 22, 52, 68, 86, 90, 102 Cooley, Beverly 1103, 46, 66 gooley, Slhirlgey 11033 46, 66 ooper, ' r 1 , 46 Cooper, Lgvoiiiliia 1113, 37, 68, 81 gottofa, Jioaln 1113, S37 oupan , oi l1,37,f9 gowellhCyntE1?aJ115g, 37,i60, 76 razg, ene , graig, Iiflrinf 1113, 37, 58, 69 rane, ac 12 , 22, 91' Cravens James 1123, 23, 72, 80 Criser, 1ienneth1 123, 23 grouse, yargie 11102, 136, 69 unnmg am, ac 12 , 23 Cunningiham, Jerry 1103, 46 Curry, uarl 1123, 23 Curry, Marjorie 1113, 37 Custer, Nancy 1103, 46 Butkovich, Barbara 1113, 36, 80 Butler, Harold 1113. 36 C Cabera, Mary 1123, 22 Caldwell, Thomas 1103, 45 Callison, Shirley 1103, 45 Campbell, Karen 1103. 45, 69, 103 Camper, Thomas 1123, 22, 62, 68, 103 Carley, Barbara 1113, 36 Carley, Beverly 1103, 45 Carlson, Betty 1123, 22, 78 Carlson, David 1103, 45, 62, 68, 89 Carlson, Eleanor 1113, 36, 58, 63, 72, 74, 77 Carlson James 1113, 36, 62, 80, 88, 102 Carlson Janet 1113, 36, 66 D Daly, Dolores 1103, 46 Damberg, Mr. Roy, 6, 7, 14 Dameron, Mr. Arthur, 14 Danforth, Donald 1113, 37 Davis, Cecil 1103, 46 Davis, Donna 1113, 37, 67 Davis, Robert 1111, 37, se, ss, 96, 102 Davis, Ruth 1113, 37, 68 Dawson, Willard 1123, 23, 69 Dawson, William 1103, 46 Deal, Bonnie 1103, 46. 80 Deal, Robert 1103, 46, 88 Dennis. William 1103, 62, 89 Denny. Miss Velma, 17 Derrick, Robert 1103, 46 , 1 3. , Biddle, Mrs. Vera, 17 Billups, Jerry 1113, 36 Bird, Dwight 1113, 36, 68, 72 Birmingham, Barry 1123, 21 Bitts, Donald 1103, 45, 68, 89, 96 Black, Shirley 1113, 36, 68, 70 Blair, Mar Alice 1103, 45, 69, 80 Blakeney, Barry 1103, 45, 77. 95 Blomquist, Bruce 1123, 21, 78 Bloomer, Beverly 1103, 45, 60, 76, 80 Blucker, Donald 1123, 21, 67, 81 Carlson, Nancy 1123, 22, 52. 58 100 Carlson. Rosalie 1123. 22, 63, 68, Carns, James 1113. 37 Carter, Barbara 1123, 22,, 66, 68, 75, Cassell, Dorothy 1103, 45, 69 Cassell, Marilyn 1113, 37 Cebert, Craig 11703, 45, 68 Cebert, George 1103, 45, 66, 68 Chamberlain, Mr. Edward. 14 Chambers, Shirley 1113. 37 Chaney, Robert 1103. 45, 65- 68 Charlson, Janice 1103, 45, 52, 70, 71 81 Derry, Marjorie 1113, 37 Devoss, Robert 1113, 37, 76, 77, 81 DeWeese, Eugene 1103, 46 DeWeese, Joan 1113, 37, 63, 66, 68 DeNVeese, Joe 1113, 37, 66, 68 De1fVeese, Rex 1113. 62, 87, 88, 102 DeWitt, Richard 1103, 46 Dexter, Joyce 1123, 23, 78 Dickinson, Nancy 1103. 46, 69, 76 Dickson, Nancy 1103, 46 Dixon, Ann 1123, 23 Dixon, John 1123, 68, 81 Dohey, Rex 1103, 46, 89, 92 ZZZzzzz! Dodge, Phillip 1123, 23 Donaldson Donaldson Donaldson , Mrs. Elva, 11 , Mr. LeRoy, 16. 78 , Mary Jane 1123, 23, 80 Dougherty, games 1113, 37 Dougherty, atricia 1113. 37 Dowell, Marilyn 1113, 37 Duckwiler, Charles1 123, 23, 102 Duckwiler, Elbert 1123. 23 Duff, Bruce 1103, 46, 68, 81, 88 Duncan, Mary Louise 1103, 46, 69 Dungan, James 1113, 37, 52, 88 Digin, Mr. Roy. 14, 80 Dupuy, Adah 1103. 46 Durbin, James 1103. 46, 68. 95 Durbin, Richard 1113, 37, 95 DuVali, Beverly 1123, 23, 63, 80. 100 Dwyer, Bette 1123, 23 Dyer, Harriette 1123, 23, 72 E Eastburg, Carol Ann 1103, 46, 69 Eck, Cherryll 1103, 46. 58, 81 Edwards, Elizabeth 1103, 46, 69 Ehlen, Dale 1113, 88 Eiker, James 1103, 46 Eiker, 3atricia 1103, 46, 63 Ellison, Charles 1103, 46 Ellison, Joan 1113, 37, 61, 63, 76, 81 Empson, Robert 1113, 88 Emstrom, Bette 1103, 46, 80 Emstrom, Dwight 1123, 23 Enloe, James 1103, 46, 52, 77, 89 Enz, Donald 1103, 46 Erwin, James 1113. 37 Evans, George 1103, 46, 68, 89 Ewing, Harold 1103, 46, 62 Ewing, Lucille 1103, 46 F Fach, Rita 1123, 23, 72, 75, 77 Faust, Margaret 1103, 46 Faust, Virginia 1103, 69 Fay, Robert 1103, 46, 89, 96 Feather, Mary Louise 1123, 23, 78 Fell, Robert 1123, 23. 58, 68. 75 Fields, Louise 1113, 37, 52, 75, 76 Finn, Leota 1123, 24 Firoved, Edna 1113. 38, 67, 72, 81 Fish, Mr. Arthur, 15 Fisher, Donna 1113, 38 Fisher, Fred 1103, 46 Flesher, Ned 1123. 24, 66, 68, 79, 81 Folger, Robert 1113, 38, 76 Forsythe, Mary Jo 1113, 38 Foster, Eugene 1123, 24 Foster, Jane 1113, 38 Foster, Jean 1113, 38 Frazier, Maurice 1113, 38 Friend, Jerry1 103, 68, 69, 71 Fries, Miss Shirley, 18, 78 Fugate, John 1123, 24 Fuhrken, Carole 1123, 68, 81 Fuhrken, Nancy 1103, 68 Fuller, Donald 1123. 24, 74 1, Gabriel, Nancy 1123. 24 Gaffield, VVilliam 1103, 46, 76 Gagg, Amy 1103, 46, 60 Galloway, Gale 1123, 24. 62, 79 Galusha, Rodney 1113. 38, 88 Galyean, Betty 1113, 38 Galyean, Patricia 1103, 46, 69 Garfield, Diane 1113, 38 Garrett, Roberta 1113, 38 Gates, Miss Gretchen, 17 Gavillet, Raymond 1113. 38 Gawthro ack 103 46 68 91 N 13,3 ' 4 ,, , . 1 i Gerstenllerger, Judy 1123, 24, 52, 53, 58, 68, 75, 77, 81,103 Gibbs, Patty 1123, 24, 77 Gillette, Kathleen 1113, 38, 66 Glass, Hazel 1113. 38, 58, 77, 80 Goad, Marvin 1103, 46 Godsil, Jack 1103, 46,89 Goethe, David 1123, 24, 68, 88 Golofsky, Marilyn 1103, 46, 68, 76, 81 Goodwin, John 1123. 24, 68, 95, 102 Goodwin, VVilliam 1103, 12, 46, 68, 69, 76, 95 Goodwin, Mr. XYillian1, 12 Goudschaal, Philip 1113, 38, 60, 72 Gould. XYilliam 1123, 24 Grahil, Anton 1123, 24, 86, 88, 90, 96, 102 Green, John 1123, 24 Greer, Miss Susan, 18 Greiy, Floyd Lee 1113, 38 Gri er, Lyle 1103, 46, 62 Griffith, Mr. John, 75 Griffith, Jolene 1123. 24 Griffith, lN1arilyn 1103, 46, 63 Guenther, Howard 1113, 38, 72, 80, 88 Gustafson, Darlene 1113, 38, 77 Gustine, James 11134 38, 62 Guy.Irma1123, 24, 80 H Hall, Herman 1113, 38, 76 Hale, Nancy 1103, 46, 60 Hall, Joanne 1113. 38, 58, 67, 69, 72, 81 H:-chler, Helen Carol 1123, 25, 58, 66, 67, 81 Heck, Beverly 1113, 38 Hegg, Mr. Roland, 15. 68 Heinz, Janice 1103. 47 Heinz, Jean 1113, 39 Henderson, Lillian 1123, 25, 75 Henderson, Thelma 1123, 25, 72, 74 Hendricks, Joyce 1103, 47. 69 Hendricks, Kathleen 1103, 47, 80 Hendricks, Marilyn 1113, 39-, 74 Henninger, Marilyn 1123, 25, 80 Hickerson, Robert 1113, 39, 76, 96 Higgason, Thomas 1123, 25 Highfield. Charles 1103, 47 Hlllard, Charles 1113, 76 Hall, Mary 1123, 24,108 Hall, Ralph 1113, 38 Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Halla Hallb Rodney 1113, 38 Rollyn 1103, 69, 89 Ronald 1113. 38, 52, 68, 70, 71, 81 Virginia 1113, 38 s, Nancy 1113. 38, 60 erg, Rodney 1113, 38, 62, 66, 68, 81 Hamman, Arthur 1113. 38 Hampton, James 1113, 66 Hane ,James 1123. 24, 62. 66, 68. 95 Hansllirough, Jean 1123. 25 Hansen, Ronald 1113, 38, 91, 102 Hanson, Verna 1123. 25, 72, 79 Haptonstall, Maurice 1103, 46 Harden, John 1123, 80 Hardine, Donald 1113, 38, 96, 102 Hare, Danny 1113. 38, 72, 77, 81 Harkness, Robert 1113, 38 Harmon, Roy 1123, 25 Harpman, Marilyn 1123, 25, 72, 77, 100 Harpman, Myrna 1103, 80 Hilligoss, Donovan 1113, 39 Hilligoss, Franklin 1103, 89 Hinchliff, Miss Virginia, 18 Hirst, David 1103, 47, 69, 81 Hirst, John 1113, 39, 66, 68, 81 Hix, Jack 1123, 25, 92 Hocker, Robert 1123. 25 Hollingsworth, Jerry 1123, 25 Holloway, James 1123. 102 Holman, Helen 1113, 39 Holman, Norma 1123, 26 Horaney. James1 123, 26. 68, 96, 102 Horn, VVayne 1123, 26, 87, 88, 102 Hottinger, Fred 1103, 47, 67 Howard, Charles 1113, 39 Howard, Danny 1103, 47, 88, 96 Huff, Katherine 1103, 47 Huffman, Larry 1103. , 68, 69, 89, 96 47, 52 Hughey, Phyllis 1113, 39, 63, 66, 81 Hull, James 1123, 26, 68, 81 Hulse, Rio 1103, 47 Hungerford, Mr. Robert, 16, 79 Hunter, Theodore 1113, 39 Hutchinson. John 1103, 47 I lmel, Jo Ann 1113, 39 lnness, George 1113. 39, 52, 80 Irvine, Miss Ellen, 18 J Jacobs, Eleanor 1113, 39 Jacobs, Mary 1123, 26, 63 Jamison, VVilliam 1123, 26 Harris, David 1103, 46 Harris, Donald 1103, 46 Harris, VVilliam 1113, 38 Harrison, Katie 111J, 38 Harshbarger, Allan 1123. 25. 52, 68, 81, 91,102 Harshbarger, Arline 1123, 25, 63, 67, 68, 72, 81, 100 Harshberger, Evelyn 1103, 47 Harshbarger, Mr. Royal, 18, 77 Harvey, Dale 1103. 47 Harvey, Marilyn 1123. 25, 75 Hawkinson, Mary 1103, 47, 52. 66, 69 Hawkinson, Newton 1123, 25, 72, 80 Haynes, Danny 1103, 47, 89 Haynes. Mary 1103- 47, 80 63, Healey, XVil1ard 1123. 25 Hearne, Marlene 1123, 25, 75 "What's that, Monty?" Jensen, Grace 1103, 47, 63, 72, 76 Jules, Thomas 1,113, 62, 87, 88, 102 Johnson, Carl 1103, 80 Johnson, Carole 1103, 47 Johnson, Charles 1123, 26, 80 Johnson, Delores 1113, 39, 72 Johnson, Donald 1103, 47, 80 Johnson, Edith 1103, 47 Johnson, Erie 1123, 26,. 66, 79, 81 Johnson, Erwin 1123, 26, 60, 62 Johnson, James 1103, 47 Johnson, Jane 1113, 39, 52, 58 Johnson, Marilyn 1113, 39, 75 Johnson, Merritt 1113, 39 Johnson, Mike 1113, 80 Johnson, Patty 1103, 47 Johnson, Paul 1-l0,3. 47, 75, 89 Johnson, Richard 1123, 26, 79 Johnson, Roy 1123, 26, 79 Johnson, Robert 1123, 26 Johnson, Robert 1103, 80 Johnson Ronald 1123. 26, 75 Johnston, Norma 1103, 67 Johnston, Phillip 1103, 47, 66 Jones, Darlene 1103, 47 Jones, 'Mr. Fred, 17 K Kainu, Miss Myrtle, 17 Keene, Gloria 1103, 43, 63, 69 Keim, Nellie 1103, 47, 76 Kellaway, Peter 1123, 19, 26, 52, 60, 62, 68 Kellogll- Mary ane 1103, 47, 58, 69, 70 Kelly, Shirley 1T123, 26 Kelso, Patricia 1123, 26 Kemmitt, Jane 1113, 39 Kennedy, iunia 1113, 39 Kennedy, Iary 1103, 69 Kenney, Rolland 1123, 80 Kidder, Betty 1113, 39, 80 Kidder, Ronald 1113, 39, 77 Kidder, Shirley1 113, 39, 66 Kilhy, Dixie Lee 1113, 39, 66 Nichols Kimmitt, Donald 1103, 47, 62, 89 Kinyon, Donald 1113, 68 Kirkbride, Shirley 1123, 26, 72, 74, 75 Klapp, Donna1 103. 47, 69 Kling, Lorraine 1103, 47, 75 Knepple, Beverly 1103, 47 Knight, Donald 1103, 47 Knight, Florence 1123, 26 Knowles, Shirley 1113. 39 Krisher. Betty Jane 1103, 47 Kreps, Donald 1103, 47 L LaFollette, Sue 1103, 47, 76 Lagerstrom, Paul 1123, 27 Lake, Alice 1123, 27, 78 Landon, Bernadette 1113, 39, 63, 79 Landon, Joan 1103, 47 Landon, Joyce 1123, 27, 52, 63, 77, 80, 100 Lantz, Bruce 1113, 39, 67, 68, 81 Lantz, Mr. Edwin, 15, 66, 67 Larson, Martin 1103, 47 Laswell, Merle 1113, 66 Lavely, Darlene 1113, 39, 80 Lawrence, Charles 1123, 27 Lawson, Jane 1113, 39 Leasure, Arthur 1103, 47, 76, 89 Lentz, Wilbur 1113, 39 Leppert, Joanne 1123, 27 Lester, games 1103, 47, 96 Lester, r. J. D., 17 Letcher, Nancy 1123, 27, 61, 68, 73, 78 Letcher, Steve 1103, 47, 68, 76 Levins, Ina May 1123. 27 Liby, Jack 1123, 27, 96, 102 Lindbeck, John 112-3 27, 66 Lindberg, iames 1113, 39 Lindberg, ois 1113. 39, 63, 68, 72, 81 Linder, Eugene 1103, 96 Lindsey, Carole 1103. 47 Lindsey, Mr. Richard V., 10 Lmgwall, Ronald 1113, 39, 66, 81 Lofgren, Virginia 1123, 27, 75, 77 Love, Richard 1113, 77 Lovitt, Pauline 1103, 47 Lowery, Joyce 1103, 47, 63, 76 Lucas, Donald 1103, 47, 66, 68 Lucas, Hannah 1123, 27, 68 Ludwig, James 1123, 27 Lundeen, Eva May 1123, 27, 78 Lundquist, Donna 1103, 47 Luttrell, Kenneth 1113, 39 Lydic, Lowell 1123, 27, 71 Mc McAdam, Catherine 1123, 27 McAdam, Shirley1 113, 39 McBride, Herbert 1113, 88 McCall, Wanda 1113, 39, 79, 80 McClain, Jacqueline 1113, 39, 58, 69, 81 McDorman, Charles 1103, 47 McFarland, Leonard 1113, 40, 66 McGill, Sandra 1103, 47, 76, 81, 103 McGill, simon 1123, 27, 52, 63, es, 73, 75, 77, 81, 103 lNIcGraw, Alice 1123, 27, 77 McKelvie, Dona 1103, 47 McKenzie, John 1113, 40, 95 McKinley, Norma 1113, 40. 58, 66, 68, 81, 100 McLennan, Inez 1123, 27, 60, 66, 73, 78, 100 McMillan, Gene 1113, 80, 88 McNeil, Wayne 1123, 28 M Macabee, Miss June, 16 Macdonald, Robert 1113, 62, 91, 102 Madvig, Fred 1123, 28, 62 Madvig, Leland 1113, 40, 96 Magee, Barbara 1103, 47 Mahnesmith, lla 1103, 47 Mahoney,LJocl 1123, 28 lylalcolm, ucille 1103. 47, 52 Mansager, Mr. Ted, 17 Manworren, Phyllis 1103, 47, 69 March, Mona Lee 1103, 47 Marsh, Betty 1103, 48, 69 Martinez, Robert 1123. 28, 88 Martz, George 1103, 48 Mathers, Carolyn 1113, 40 Mathers, Suzanne 1123. 28, 63, 69 Matthews, Carolyn 1123, 28, 66 Maurer, Richard 1123. 28 Maxwell, Vlfilliam 1113, 68 May, Henry 1123, 28 May, Iris 1103, 48 Mayer, Arthur 1113, 40 Mead, Jack 1123, 28 Medina, Mary 1123, 28 Mejia, Lucy 1123, 28 Mejia, Johnny 1103, 48 Mellican, Theodore 1123, 28, 80 Melton, George 1113, 40, 75 Merriman, Dearold 1103, 48. 75 Meriwether, Kathryn 1123, 28, 52, 60, 71, 73 74, 75 Meyer, Gretchen 1113, 40, 58 Miles, Barbara 1113, 40, 66 Miller, Carli1103, 48, 62, 68, 69 Miller, Cathie 1113, 40, 100 Miller, Donna 1103, 48, 66 P Pacey, Fred 1123, 29, 52, 53, 86, 87, 90, 102 Packingham, Larry 1113, 40. 80 Padilla, Jennie 1113, 41 Page, Dale 1113, 41 Palmer, Doris 1113, 41 Park, Gary 1103, 48, S2, 76 Parker, Ann 1103, 48, 60, 71, 76 Parker, Elizabeth 1123, 30, 68, 73, 78, 81 Parrish, Daniel 1103, 60, 71 Patanella, Mrs. Elsie, 11 Patterson, Donald 1113, 41, 92 Patterson, Marilyn 1123, 78 Patty, Phillip 1123, 30, 68 Peabody, Gloria 1103, 48, 69, 70, 72 Miller, Maralee 1103, 66 Miller, William 1113, 40, 86, 88, 102 Mitchell, Betty 1123, 28 Mitchell, Leslie 1113, 40, 52 Mober , Donald 1113, 40, 80 Mohr,WVayne 1113, 86, 88 Monson, William 1103, 48, 52, 60, 70, 71, 76, 9 Montgomery, Edward 1123, 28, 66 Montgomery, Eugene 1113, 88 Montgomery, Frank 1113, 40 Montgomery, Nancy 1113, 40 6 Perez, Johnny 1103, 48, 89, 96 Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peyer, C , Betty 1103. 48, 69, 75 , Donald 1123, 30 , Dorothy 1103, 48 , Louise 1123, 30 , Maril n 1113, 41, 63 arl 1113,, 41 Phlllippi, Donald 1103. 30, 78 Phillippi, Janet 1103, 48 Phillips, Philligs, Pico, e Mr. Gerald, 15 Nancy 1103, 48, 69, 76 rnice1103. 48 Mooney, Sharon 1123, 28, 72, 74 Moore, Moore Barbara 1113. 40 Carlene 12 20, 58, 68, 75, 76, 81 , 1 3, Moore, Margie 1103, 48 Moore, Moran, Moran Rosella 1103, 48, 67, 69, 81 Kathleen 1123, 28 Rose Marie 1113, 40, 77 63 Morehkad, Marilyn 4113, 40, Morgan, Celia 1123, 29, 60 Morgan, Donna 1123, 78 Morris, Mary Ellen 1123, 29, 79 Mosher, Hollis 1103, 48 Mudd, Larry 1103, 48, 69 Mummey, Robert 1123, 29 Murdoch, Susan 1123, 29, 79 Murphy, George 1123, 29, 67 Murphy, Leslie 1103, 48 Murray, JoAnn 1123, 29, 60, 66, 77, 78, 100 Murray, Richard 1113, 40. 67, 81 Mustapich, Emma 1103. 69 Myers, Beverly 1103, 69 Myers, Margaret 1113, 40. 60, 75. 77, 100 Myers, Shirley 1113, 40, 58, 61, 72, 74 N Nash, George 1113, 40, 71, 72 Neilson, Russel 1103. 48, 68 Nelson, Anne 1123, 29, 52, 59, 72, 73, 78 Nelson, Carol 1103, 48 Nelson, Dean 1123, 29, 80 Nelson, DeLloyd 1103, 48, 80 Nelson, Delores 1123, 29, 58, 72, 74, 100 Nelson, Donna 1113, 40, 59, 61, 68, 76, 81 Nelson, Jdames 1123, 29, 73, 76, 81, 90, 102 Nelson, Mynn 1103, 67 Nelsgg, slarilyn 1123, 19, 29, 53, 59. 68, 73, Nelson, Richard 1103, 48, 68, 69, 89 Nichols, Jane Ann 1113, 40, 52, 60, 66, 72 Suzanne 1113, 40, 58, 68 Pierson, Richard 1123, 30 Pilcher, Chester 1113, 52, 60, 72, 77. 81 Pilcher, Millecent 1103, 48, 68 Pinkel, Edris 1123. 30 Pophain, Jeretta 1113, 41, S8 Pople, Jeanne 1103, 48 Pople, Richard 1113, 41, 88 Potter, Russell 1103, 48, 89, 96 Potter, Ruth 1113, 41 Potts, Joan 1103. 48 Powless, James 1103, 30 Pratt, Janice 1113, 41, 100 Price, Alice 1103, 31, 73 Price, Doris 1103, 63, 66 Procter, Ralph 1103. 48 Purnell, Richard 1113, 41, 72 Q guinn, Irene 1123, 30 uinn, Joann 1123, 30 R Rafferty, Larry 1113, 41 Raymond, Marvin 1103, 48, 68, 75 Redfern, James 1113, 41 Reed, Harold 1103, 48 Rees, Donald 1103, 48 Reeves, Rosemary 1123, 30, 79 Reinhardt, William 1103, 48, 62, 80 Rich, Carol 1103, 58 Richardson, Robert 1123, 30 Rickords, Rodney 1103. 48 Rizenbergs, Rolands 1103, 48 Roach, Frieda 1103, 48, 80 Roach, Norma Jean 1113, 41, 72 Roate, Howard 1113, 41 Robbins, Pauline 1123. 31, 68, 81 Roberts, Arleta 1103. 48 Noble, Miss Lena, 14 Nordgren, Kay 1113, 40, 70, 76 Norquist, Marilyn 1103, 48 Norris, Betty Lou 1123, 29, 78 Norton, Ann 1103, 48 Nowack, Donna 1113, 40, 68, 81 Nowack, Duane 1103. 48, 68, 69, 88 Nyman, Sammie 1123, 29 Nystrom, JoAnn 1123. 29, 52, 59, 68, 73, 81 Nystrom, Richard 1113, 40 O Oakes, Patricia 1123, 29, 79 Oakley, Jack 1103, 48, 75 O'Bryant, Rodney 1113, 40, 68 O'Conno'r, Miss Dorothy, 18 Offerman, Yetta 1103, 48 Olmsted, Donald 1113. 40 Olson, Miss Helen, 18 Olson, Ila Mae 1113, 40 Olson, Merion 1103. 48, 80 Olson, Neil 1113, 40 Olson, Shirley 1103, 48 Olson, Stanley 1123, 29, 62, 68, 81, 86, 88, 102 Olson, William 1113, 40 Orwig, Charles 1123, 29, 66, 67 Osborn, Vera 1113, 40, 58, 81, 100 That's the editor? l I ! Roche, George 1113, 41, 66, 75 Rogers, Roberta 1103, 48 Rogers, Wendell 1103, 48 Rollings, Betty 1113, 41, 80 Roman, Richard 1103. 48, 89, 96 Root, Doris 1113, 41 Rose, games 1113, 41 Rosen erg, Beverly 1113, 41, 66, 67, 81 Royse, Patricia 1123, 30, 63 Ruggles, Fred 1103, 48 Rust, Miss Phyllis, 16 Rym, Miss Sylvia, 12 S Saaijenga, Miss Dena, 18 Samcimson, Gordon 1123, 30 San bore. David 1103. 62, 70, 71. 76, 77.81 Sandburg. DeNVayne 1103, 48, 80 Sargent, Kenneth 1113, 68 Sargent, John 1123, 30 Scherer, Frank 1123, 30, 53, 70, 71, 72, 87, 88, 90, 102 Scherer, James 1113, 41 Schienbein, Gail 1123, 31, 52, 79, 100, 103 Schwarz, Miss Ruth, 14, 80 Seriven. Roger 1113, 41. 68 Searl, Arline 1103, 48, 76 Sedgwick, Gary 1103, 48 Segall, Connie 1113, 41 Segall, Joann 1113, 75 Sells, Suana 1113, 41, 58, 77, 81 Serdahl, Dennis 1123, 31, es, si, 95 Severns, Duane 1113, 41, 86, 88, Severns, Gerald 1123. 31 Shaner, Edwin 1113, 41, 62, 68 Sharpe, Thomas 1103, 48 Shelton, Lewis 1123. 31 Sherwood, Alice 1123, 31 Shinn, Mary 1113, 41 Shriber, Bonnie 1123, 31 Shriber, Patricia 1103, 49, 63 Simpson, Mr. Lloyd, 17 Skinner, Grace 1123, 31 Skipton, Stephen 1123, 31, 62. 75. 92, 102 Sloan, Donna 1123. 31, 59, 68, 75. 77 Sloan, Earl 1113. 41,103 Smallwood, Leslie 1123. 31 Smith, Alice 1123, 31, 69, 100 Smith, Betty 1123, 31 Smith, Dorenne 1113, 41 Smith, Eloise 1123, 31 Smith, Joyce 1123. 31 Smith, Maxine 1123, 31 Smith, Novella 1103, 49 Smith, Patty Ann 1113, 41, 76 Smith, Patty Annette 1113, 69, 72 Smith, Sharla 1113, 60, 72 Smith, Walter 1103, 80. 89 Snider, Terrance 1113, 41, 61, 68 Snouse, Thomas 1123. 31, 72, 74. 77, 80 Sornberger, Joan 1101, 49 Sparks, Mary Jean 1113, 41 Sparks, Patsy 1113, 41 Sparks, Robert.1113. 41, 52, 60. 95 Specht, Kenneth 1103. 49, 66, 68, 69 Spilman, Carol 1113, 41 Stacy, Miss Ruth, 16 Staley, Delmer 1113. 42, 66, 68, 75 Stebbins, Nancy 1123, 31, 67, 81 Steck, Darrell 1123, 31, 72, 80 Steck, NValter 1113, 42, 72, 80 Stephens, Joanne 1113, 42 Stevenson, Patricia 1113, 42 Stewart, Paul 1113. 80 Stice, Joan 1113, 42 Still, Joan 1123, 32 Still, Mary 1113, 42, 60, 63, 76 Stinson, Dorothy 1103, 49, 66, 67 Stipp, Donald 1123, 32, 62, 75 96, 102 Stoneking, Stanley 1113, 42, 66, 95 Strawn, Earl 1123, 86, 88 Stromsted, Shirley 1123, 32, 78 Strong, Elmer 1123, 32 Stroops, Richard 1123, 32 Stroops. Robert 1103, 49 Stubbs, Theresa 1123. 32, 81 Stults. James 1123, 32 Sunderland, Sally 1123, 32, 75, 80 Sutor, Sally 1113, 42, 67, 81 Sutor, Stanley 1103, 66, 80 Sutor, Thomas 1113, 42, 66, 81 Suydam, Dorothy 1123. 32, 52, 63 Suydam, Duane 1113, 42, 66 Suydam, Evelyn 1113, 42 Swanson Swanson Swanson 3 v Betty 1123, 32. 52, 68, 75, 81 Donald 1113. 42, 86, 102 Mr. Martin 16 Swanson: Mary 1123.'32. 78 Swanson Swanson Swartouti. y Richard 1113. 42, 80 Ruth 1113. 42 Barbara 1123. 32.66. 79. 100 Swartz, Carolyn 1123. 32. 63, 66. 75, 81 Swegle, Betty 1113. 42 Swigart, Carl 1123, 32 Swigart, Grace 1113, 42 T Taylor, Audrey 1113. 42 Taylor, Dewey 1113. 90, 96, 102 Taylor, Elizabeth 1113, 69 Taylor, Virgil 1103, 49, 75 Teagarden, Clarence 1113, 42, 52. 70, 72, 74. 76, 80, 81 Teel, Barbara 1123. 32, 79 Telford, Robert 1113. 42, 62, 68, 81, 88 Templeton, Mary Jane 1123. 32, 80 H Terpening, Cherryl 1113, 42, 66, 72, 77 Tharp, Jack 1113, 42. 75 Thierry, Ollie 1113. 88 Thierry, Theodore 1103, 69, 89. 96 Thomas, Sally 1123, 32, 59, 73, 103 Thompson, Joseph 1113, 42, 68 - Thompson, Larry 1103. 49, 52, 71, 103 Thompson, Robert 1103, 49, 89 Thurman, Gene 1103. 49 Timmons, Larry 1103, 49 Tingley, Carolyn 1123, 32, 80 Tobias, Marilyn 1103, 49 Totten, Dorothy 1123. 33, 80 Tout, Dorothy 1103. 49, 69, 80 Townsend, Duane 1123, 33, 66 Treece, Jerry 1103, 49. 68, 76 Trevor, Leigh 1113, 42, 52. 61, 76. 73 Trulock, Teil 1123. 33, 52, 62. 88, 90. 96. 102 Tryon, Patricia 1113. 42. 68, 72, 81 Tucker, Lawanda 1123. 33 Tucker, Nancy 1123, 33 Turner, Mr. XVilliam, 18, 76 Tutt. VVilliam 4123. 62, 80, SS, 96 Twidwell, Tletty 1103, 49 Tyler, Junior 1113. 86, 88, 96, 102 'U Underwood, Martha 1103. 49. 69 Unger, Charles 1103. 49, 68, 69 Unger, Joan 1123. 33. 68 V VanDel1, Phvllis 1103. 49 VanDyke, Mr. Clifford, 15 Vanlitten, Margaret 1103, 49. 63, 66, 69 VanNorman, Marilyn 1113, 42. 59. 63, 68, 81 VanNVinkle, Arnette 1113, 42. 59, 78 VanVVinkle, Joan 1113, 42. 52 Venn, Nancy 1113. 42. 76 "Say, this is interesting?" 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Deane 1103, 49, 58 VVood, Phyllis 1123, 33, 74, 100 VVooley, Mr. VVes1ey, 11 VVoolsey, James 1113. 43. 79, 88 VVoolsey, Marlene 1123, 34, 79 YVoolsey, Nancy 1103, 49, 58, 66, 68 VVorley, Ardith 1113, 43, 52, 77 VVorley, Roger 1113, 43, 62, 88 YVorman, Shirley 1113, 43, 63, 68 XVright, Richard 1113, 43 Wyatt, Jack 1103, 49. 62, 80 VVyman, XVi1liam 1103, 49, 80 Y Yarde, Loretta 1123, 34 Yard, Shirdey 1113, 43 Yates, Charles 1113, 43 Yeager, Lois 1123, 34. 78 Youxi. Mary Ellen 1123, 34. 61, 72, 73, 74, 78 Youngblood, Miss Alta. 14 Youngquist. Janice 1113, 43. 68 Youngren, Lowell 1113, 43, 60. 67 Z Zcldes, Jerry 1113. 43, 60, 75 Zeldes, Kay 1103, 49, 58 Zugg, Marilyn 1123. 34, 79 Zumwalt. Mr. Homer, 14. 74, 95 , 1 , I L ,, . 59. .. .li g lj . . . L - gs ' j mfh ' 4 um 1 ' . .3 t P 1 P 1 V 'I' -Tk e N ah J ' 'f n -. L , , 5 ' 1 11 Egfr 57 . .. 1. HH f 1 l i wzfavma 'G wa ffl 'L kx' ' . J -M 4 v J wJ , ., ' K . 'F . 73 f- ' - f r 4. 1. - -, ' ' 2 '.L' ' MAI . A ,-f .1 .fx . '14 H V , W ff . 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