Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL)

 - Class of 1952

Page 1 of 130

 

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1952 Edition, Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 130 of the 1952 volume:

.W . 'f 'Jf ,..f, "JL 4, 1 V f N 54111- . .- ,Q I ,MQ f , .- - .-A, ..' ,.: , ' I 1: Q8- 'I 1 P X .1 I-. ,F A TY' Qf' Q-,vi -,, 1 P , xlx r X 4 . X , , 1, ,, - ., Q ,.1.14j ,N 'rw YL. 'lik' L' , gy m, .'Lv1ffl"1,,, . W .751 , x, 1' 'ir w-sf-.3 .A.m,.qm.-N. 3 .M ,, NX.. ' ,,.f, w -5.3 M. M, f .f .? ,tu 1 .,:,, ,. . V. . , ..,.s . , ,mf -f f . A ., , , - ., rx. z .4 , ,w 2 ,www .' v,.....J --.1"' . . lx, z-ag? -. 4 ' 1 Q H I -,u .L, .z'Q-'- -:4.,'x-M K-11 M1 'L " ..,,. . ,,, V , xx,-in MQ, M. I ' L. x . 4, , ,, . 4 QL.. wg ,Z DQ 1 . nuff K V .QUE f . .v.,0Ef.l ffl". .-rgw , , "sift,-'A - . , --ffspfn ' ' 4 . ' , 'z-'jk-", f"'?'4Ri4:1 ' .., ,, Uv ' W ,, -vc, J . 1' 4 1 ig ' . -gd A N, Q ? ll -4 . 1 , p.-'1.,4.. , 'fly-ff' Qfi. .- .N vi x 4. .4 '- . Mn L , N ' ..:v:'!' -' :rv 1711 e- ,..,, ,I mi., .. ' r , ,. J. mmm .Jw 1, +N7f, ,fx P- ' an 5, -,.'N. 1 1 1 f L fi lzfrhfs we 1 Q Q , 52.2, a. 1,f,v.f.-z ,A Y I 5'!YT"..f2' 3? . 1 g,r,l ff -Q 1""r7'5ff,- 5?2',"H, V , A 1 iii: 5,5 . ?'j,. gitafk,-1. ka Vyfx ' :, gg, .fy--5 ig.,-'-a .4 ,.. Q1 - :,,:f .. ,zl-'rmuqa Vai "A ..4, .. JA V f . ' 'hr 9. , Ar., -. A4 .i.a,.,k,K NK i, v , ffl ffig-g , XA: . 'W 123 4- f ,Q , . 1 ' ' WVAJZ ' ,,,,,,5' .55 'Q Ziff? i - , 1 .' i. R , ..1,-i,x?tg.6g,g,,f3.' -4 .X.Y1f3fLi'2f,.:.', . 'f,. N Q a. A. . .- ':'i4.7' ' ' ' - Tw' ar T V -E . "n"f'a' if 1 A. , , .. Q iv? . V 4' F ' H!L:.- 53 mn' 1 , . f A. ,- xi 0, x ku, K W r A Li V., K , 5 W .fi ' L ' 3 1 'Q - V it-F Mx , " , Swv," 5 N. . 1 1 I, N Q 1 13. f fi' ' Q, 3 1:--Ffa, "1 f ,S , f N M2 iq ,. -4-,ag - ' M u -, ' '1 . I 14" ' 'ifi ' ...1 , Zig' V 2' fx 'K . . I. 4- 1:2 , .Lg ,-: ' 'gg X ' .A x .35 - r . x . T5 if 'I v'-' 4-v. "rf f V Q , . A hx A, Q 4' liagg ' -. -ax, ' Q . 4 Q Q . 1 S .' f . ' ' , '.f " Aff. ' 4 5,v 'Q'm. Q. - f4.12,- 1.55"-!"'f ' 9 "'5FA'HVi'5'f'i4' ,-'Li-9. W gill? 'J 9' f 5 ' 1 gf +lm'f5,:,QQ:' 17 g..L.5:f .V 4:1428 pf. ,ggi .4 ,ww ' , , L, , .5 ,' '- ., gym, A . Q , . , 1 .. , ,. arf, " ww. 1.'?.,g,.4g: wg, .., . .if 1 . , .ul-35 -2 fm! 17- As xi, ' V A VCE.: 3? Eff' 15 "4 Mn! -Y ffl' ?'i-13 314, if ' . '. r 95:31 .W2:,f?g!3 .353 'f'2F'M 1 1 Q' .i ...Kgs ef?'?g5".'i, N f ' L' fi E " Q5 V ,T .xi fps, 1 1 ww-A,.f4,q.iQ,', AI., ,v ,f 5 . --- r - 4:7-g"'g,1:3' rv' . - if f I .' V f ,f ,.- ., . ' ' M? , .N gn .1- .. , 1 - N ' ' . f - 1 , y ,, A , . . 4' - . J- K r x TAYLC PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 ' DALLAS. TEXAS X 70144-nada Mews! vunooxs 506655 2 7?52 4 ev 755 441,424 GARDNER-S MINGTON HIGH SCHOOL m h d by s C1 f 9 d .. 3 , i R 1 sf i il W, , , A F 2 . i 'Q 1? Q, Y C i , E. 5 2 P . Q ,. S ,J 5 53 it Q F gi ba 54 5 Q Q1 u ii 1 E 2 -Fi E ii 52 fi f i 'fi 53 118 21 J-'I rf' gl 53 NT HER. u rhe PA rs arehappy ro preserxrto yo business oeo pie ,5Ne, rhe5errio uiry members, and our cooperauorx and studehtbody, Sac garirude, for y 'Yothe we wish to express out 's anrmai which . . i y ears thi ctivrues o sopporr. hour the oi the a ear oi ou cherish rhr ony, r memories ro ig oo Schooi dutingthe rg May y pieasan ' on High ecaii marry Wrirmrxgt W KH I me Gardner-Sourh ' 195 .. Zh 2 LZ 2 i f? . X 'Q' L3 Z ik 1, 3 S , 3 i 'Ea 3? F . P YD cficaiian MR. BLACK Pot mei: scholastic and sociaX keademship in scno0X and io: their guidance and ixienoship to on! Senior dass, we prondw dedicate, tnis '52 edition PANTHER xo oni class sponsors, Nh. Mack and oi the Mt . YNXXMBXIIX. R WXLYXEX-M J' 5. F 2 ,, 5 k . I 4. if .1 5 9. 0 2 4 r 1 it 4 if E 1 if Qi E Q., Q 2. fr 3 i 3 a 5 4. 5. 5 5 E 2 3 rw 2 sa E E 5 35 if 5? if 5 if N . fs 3 s is -s E s 'S if 5 Q 3? P5 2 3 Q: 1 -5 5 E 5 Q. K .QQ Q-s. 5. A TN ,- F? 5? 92 :-. 5-R5 3 if 3 'I Sf Qi ff .,...L....-.,.,,.,---.- , . -M . M. .. ...,.-.,.- .,.,.,., ---...,- , 5. 5 a . 92. 5 2 ' N. f I ,Nfl 45 X c BARR, Principal G. SAUHIWEIN V. ELWOOD B. WILHELM C. BLACK M. SUYDAM B. MAITLAND E. JOHNSTON K. WILHELM 45... by ' NWN R. INGALLS W. FOX x 42 'V' QR .f 1.4.-' X -oo xxx x ,.v X.. Bs. -...C-,. va v I ,, fu! f -1. 445 X0 'f wx J h. MARILYN ULBRICH FHA 1,2,4: GAA 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Librarian 4: Student Council 4: Treasurer 2: Vice President 3: Pres- ident 4: Library Club 4: Annual Staff. TOM PERKINS Student Council 3, 4: Manager of Football and Basketball 1, 2: Junior Play: Class President 3: Vice Presi- dent 4: Photo Club 4. MARY LOU BALLY FHA l,2,4: GAA 1: Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4: Trio 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play: An- nual Staff: Band 1.4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 4: Cheerleader 3: Student Council 4. RICHARD WILSON Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Manager of Base- ball 3: Athletic Club 4: Annual Staff. BETTE LOU GADDO Student Council 4: FHA 1, 2, 4: GAA 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play: Secretary 1: Annual Staff: Treasurer 3. KARL LUTZ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Junior Play: Student Council 1, 3,4 Class President 2: Treasurer 4: Ath- letic Club 4. 2 , i' F5 , 3 fi . 3' 1 DELORES RESIDORI FHA 1,2,4g GAA 13 Chorus 1,2, 3, 4. NOREEN FERRARI FHA 1, 2, 4g GAA lg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Annual staff. LORRAINE JEWETT Junior Playg FHA 4g GAA 1g Chorus 1. RITA KRULL Junior Playg FHA 4: GAA 15 Cho- rus 1. JEAN SOWERS Cheerleader 1, 2, 3g Secretary lg Chorus 1,2,3,4g FHA 1,2,4g GAA 1. PHYLLIS JOHNSON FHA 1,23 GAA 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. K 3 f, if v .L 5 Z Sf 5. L, ? Q E ,Q ar 1 x , F . if Q NORMAN SAUB2WElN Student Council 3, 4g Fogtball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Photo Club 4. ELAINE HAKEY FHA 43 GAA 15 Annual Staff. BILL HOCKINSON Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Vice President lg Athletic Club 4g Baseball 1, 2. MARY LOU COMPASSO Student Council lg Secretary 2g Annual Staff: FHA 1,2, 4, GAA 1, 45 Sextet 1, 2: Trio 1, 2g Junior Playg Librarian 2, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 4. RICHARD HOLM Football 1, 3, 45 Junior Play, Mana- ger of Basketball and Baseball 31 Photography Club 4: Baseball 1. JANET BROWN Chorts 1, 2: FHA 35 Sextet 2: Band 4, Junior Playg Craft Club 3. WANDA READER FHA 1,2,4g GAA 13 Chorus 1,25 Annual Staffg Librarian 4, Library Club. NADINE BURKLOW FHA 1, 2, 4g GAA 1, Annual Staff: Librarian 2, 4g Chorus 1, 21 Library Club. BETTY WREN Annual Staff: Cheerleader 4: GAA 4: Chorus 3, 4. KENNETH LARDI Baseball 3g Manager of Football and Baseball 3. BARBARA HAYES GAA lg Chorus lg FHA 1,4. BILL HOWLAND Football lg Manager of Football 3g Baseball 1. i 3 4 3 1 i Q, I , S, i V ? A: 6444 'Poem Our High School days are ended Soon we will roam To introduce us first I'll read you our class poem. BILL HOWLAND is our skating fan Skates with the girls whenever he can. BE'l'TE WREN with all her might Tries to get a different guy each Saturday night. MARY LOU COMPASSO, ambitious and merry Will make someone a good secretary. JEAN SOWERS the jolliest of our class For Metsger's wife she'll surely pass. After graduation, MARILYN ULBRICH, our class president Would like to remain a Brooklyn resident. KENNY LARDI looks quiet and shy He doesn't like girls, we often wonder why. ELAINE HAKEY a pen pal mate Has a friend in every state. NADINE BURKLOW, so studious and quiet 1 Is never found leader of a riot. KARL LUTZ, who use to have curls Likes Darlene Allen of the Sophomore girls. NORMAN SAUERWEIN, who comes from Reddick Compares girls just like a headache. WANDA READER, fair skinned and black hair She and Richard make a very nice pair. THOMAS PERKINS, a tall lank guy Is always going around giving Bette Wren the eye. MARY LOU BALLY, who wants to be a P. E. teacher like Mrs. Black Plans to get married when she gets back. RICHARD HOLM we often wonder why All the Junior girls are after this guy. DELORES RESIDORI, who thinks she's too tall Never gives up, but waits for his call. J A a, LCRRAINE IEWETT,' our blue jeans gal Always has Eugene as her favorite pal. BILL HOCKINS ON, who goes with Marlene Has to make sure he doesn't get Sharlene. NOREEN FERRARI, who is a sport fan Never is sad, unless over a man. A certain John can hardly wait Till RITA KRULL will graduate. JANET BROWN. a college girl at heart Will go East to get her start. RICHARD WILSON, player on the football team Ignores girls but is always on the beam. BARBARA HAYES, who never looks sick Goes with a guy whose name is Dick. BETTE LOU GADDO, with a mischievious Is always seen with more than one guy. PHY LLIS JOHNSON, author of this rhyme Is seen with Jack Phillips all of the time. Our four years are over So will say Good-bye We'l1 never forget Ole Gardner High. look in her eye O I9 2 4. T4 I 5 I Q. is Q ? i Q ii E T 5 5- Z' . 1 3. ,., I 5' I 2 3, J 5, L 1 -Q ii' Q .. bi! We, the class of 1952, in 24 distinct and individual parts, being about to pass out of the sphere of education in full possession of a crammed mind, well-trained memory, and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills and promises by us at any time heretofore made, or mayhap carelessly spoken, one to the other, as the thoughtless wish of an idle hour, To the faculty we leave our profound sympathy at losing such an intelligent and bril- liant class. We leave to the Junior Class any overlooked gum we may have left sticking to the un- derside of the assembly seats or any likely or unlikely places, giving them their choice of flavors. To the Sophomores, we leave our marked ability to master the frogs, snakes, insects, etc. . in Biology. To the Freshmen we will our extreme dignity, providing said Freshmen are capable of the inheritance. To the Junior basketball girls we will our ability to win all of the games at noon. To the Junior basketball boys we will our ability to become All-sStar material. fWell, maybe almost that good.j To the entire school we leave an extra bus that will go I0 the away games. even if there aren't thirty signed up. To the janitors we leave two cots in the gym for camping. QThey seem to make their home there anyway.l To the bus drivers we leave the hope of getting heat out of the heaters. Qln winter- time, nut summer. J As being 24 perrect pupils, we do hereby bequeath the following to our successors, the Juniors: I, Mary Lou Bally, leave the referee to Kathy Lewis and Joanne Lardi. I, Janet Brown, leave my portable locker to Shirley Lechow. I, Nadine Burklow, leave my studious look to Mickey Jerus. I, Norees Ferrari, leave my cousin, Jack to Shirley Gay Hayes. I, Bette Lou Gaddo, leave my plan for going on a diet to Mary Leona Gray. l, Elaine Hakey, leave my ambition to be a model to Dorothy Jerantowski. I, Barbara Hayes, leave my hopes and wishes to go to college to Lois Kingman. I, Bill l-lockinson, leave my reckless driving to Bill Sorensen. I, Richard Holm, leave my figure skating to Junior Sorensen. n .4 1. Q i A 5 E 5 .2 ze 'K I, Bill Howland, leave my hidden charms with Pontiac girls to Jack Thygesen. I, Lorraine lewettm leave my fighting ability to Shirley Arendt. I, Phyliss Johnson, leave my ability to sneeze in study hall to Shirley Louch. I, Rita Krull, leave my embroidery work for my hope chest to Betty lean Alderson. I, Kenneth Lardi, leave Richard Muzzarelli to watch over Kathryn Wiborg. Take good care of her Muzzy. I, Karl Lutz, leave my interest to underclassmen to Barney Vigna. I, Tom Perkins. leave my ability to sell Curtiss Magazines to Eddie Jewett. l, Wanda Reader, leave my soprano voice to Lois Weber. I, Delores Residori, leave my height to Mary Ann Monferdini and Joy Kisellus. I, Norman Sauerwein, leave my flash bulb camera to Elliot Hayes. I, Jean Sowers, leave my dancing ability to Harold Iacobsgaard. l, Marilyn Ulbrich, leave my interest in Essex boys to Darlene Cobb. I. Richard Wilson, leave my" D" honor roll to Jack Lardi and Red Johnson. I, Mary Lou Compasso, leave my technique in getting a Secretarial .i0b in mY Senior year to Judy Lutz. I, Betty Wren, leave my ability to have a different boy friend on my doorstep every night to Clarie Perino. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We the Senior Class, aforesaid have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals on this twenty-ninth day of May, in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-two. Q Seal Q Perry Crosby g Seal L Bing Coma Signed. sealed, and published as our last Will and Testament by the Senior Class, by the above named testors. WITNESSES: Milton Skeleton Charlie Bergen Red Berle Edgar MaCarthy M350 Armmvns Tallulah Godfrey Louie QPopsJ Lanzo Arthur Bankhead Gabby Rogers Trigger Roy Hayes Da gmar v Q 2 X a v we x 1? rw 1 4. has ,Qlailecy As we turn the dial on our T. V. set we see a great comedian directing his show, none other than Uncle Hokey, alias Bill Hockinson. He has replaced the Uncle Milty Show. Boy can he make the audience roll in the aisles. As we settle our brains down to watch the show, Uncle Hokey introduces the great soprano of this time, Jean Sowers. She really is a scream. Following the opera singing by Miss Sowers came the commer- cial with Kenny Lardi advertising mattresses. Doesn't he look realistic when he tries them out. As we switch the dial of our T. V. set to channel 8. we see Norman Sauerwein, the great television tycoon. Besides owning a large number of television stations, he also owns a new camera which he invented. It is called Oscar's Special. We then switch the dial back to 4 to see Thomas Perkins walk on stage. This show is 'sponsored by Perkins's Lumber Company. lt introduces talent from all over the world. The first act that will be presented will be three beautiful housewives from South Wilmington, Illinoisg Bette Lou Gaddo, Noreen Ferrari and Delores Residori. They will sing "When You and I were Young Maggie." As the program ends we can see three well known names which everyone knows: Broducer, Phyllis Johnson, Music by, Mary Lou Bally and Clothes by Betty Wren. As we turn the dial to channel 5 we see a show that will interest every farmer. The Agriellltllral Review. directed by MI- Kell Luiz- president of the Illinois College Agri- cultural Center. Today he is talking on how to keep your hogss healthy. Richard Holms, who is Mr. Lutz's chief assistant is one of the world wide known biologists. Janet Brown is the first speaker. She is the 13b0l'3t0l'Y teacher which is experimenting with many diseases. We now change the station to channel 7. We come across a quiz show with Rita Krull, M. C. and her partner, who sponsors the show, Miss Lorraine Jewett. Miss Jewett owns several modeling agencies around the country. Miss Marilyn Ulbrich, who has studied in Paris, designs all of the creations you see on television. She sponsored many of the well-known shows. I The first two contestants who are teachers from Gardner High School and 01d school chums, are Elaine Hakey and Barbara Hayes. Elaine is a World and American History teacher while Barbara is a music director and P. E. Teacher. They will sing "Cry. " The next contestant is a secretary for a millionaire, Miss Mary Lou Compasso. She will sing "l'm In the Money." We now change the channel to 9 and as we are waiting for the next feature, a com- mercial is being done by none other than our old senior sponsors, Mr. Black, who is advertising for Nashes and Mr. Wilhelm, who seems to be advertising for Buicks. Now there seems to be a squabble as to the better car. E-gads, it is getting to be a free for 311, Quickly we change to another channel and find the roller derby in progress with Richard Wilson and Bill l-lowland, Joint owner. Mr. Howland is also the chief instructor gf astronomy at Illinois University. As we swing the camera around in the audience we see seated in the front row a well known doctor, Miss Nadine Burklow and her able nurse, Wanda Reader. It is getting very late so we must turn off the set and hope the future of the gradu- ating class of 1952 becomes as successful as here aforesaid, but before we retire let us turn back to channel 9 and see how the fight is going. Well it must not have been much of a contest for they are carrying Mr. Wilhelm out on a stretcher. With the ex- ception of Mr. Black's puffed eye, he seems to be in good condition. ' "XZ K0 Q-ke mmm.: 'I Q -,NM r W1 I, 7 XIX 4 Zhu Www In starting our history we go back four years to August 28, 1948. This was the most exciting moment of thirty -four anxious students beginning their high school life, To guide us through this year was Miss Suydam, our class sponsor. Our first duty was to elect freshman officers who were to lead us through our first year. They were: President. Maurine Taylor, Vice-president, Bill l-Iockinsong Secretary, Jean Sowers, Treasurer, Anita Hansen. We were then informed that we must select two student council members. We chose Karl Lutz and Mary Lou Compasso as these representatives, We were then in- vited as honored guests to the Freshman Initiation Party, 5P0f150Ted bl' the S8I1i0l'S. We had a gay time with parties, games and other such activities, and before we knew it, the first year was gone. As we returned school for our As we returned to school for our sophomore year, we found the absence of Dick Burkhardt, Dorothy Brown, Florence Elam, Warren Elam, Ann Hobbs and Irene Schultz. This year our class was under the sponsorship of Mr. Black. A meeting of all the classes was called to elect the officers of the coming year. This year we chose: President, Karl Lutz, Vice-president, Marlene Aldersong Secretary, Mary Lou Compassog and Treasurer, Marilyn Ulbrich. This year we had no student council. Our sophomore year was busily spent making money. We were kept busy by selling popcorn, pop, and candy for all games. During Easter we gave a play named "Easter Shoes. " For Christmas we sponsored the all school party. This year soon had passed and the summer vacation was upon us. Looking over the faces of our junior year we find Carol Hansen, John Jensen, Bob Vignocchi, Marlene Alderson, and Maurine Taylor gone. We made an addition of one of our former classmates, Dorothy Brown, and Betty Wren. Dorothy Brown dropped out later in the year. The class officers elected were: President, Tom Perkins: Vice-presi- dent, Marilyn Ulbrichg Secretary, Anita Hanseng and Treasurer, Bette Lou Gaddo. The class was represented in the student council by Karl Lutz, Norman Sauerwein, and Anita Hansen. The sponsors for this year were Mr, Elwood and Mrs, Johnston, This was one of our most successful years with the Junior play coming up first. The name of this was "Where's Grandma" under the direction of Mrs. Black. The play cast consisted of Anita Hansen, Mary Lou Compasso, Mary Lou Bally, Rita Krull, Lorraine Jewett, Bette Lou Gaddo, Tom Perkins, Karl Lutz, and Richard Holms. Now, we were really upperclassmen when we received our junior class rings and started flashing those brilliant looking rings around. The peak of the year was reached when the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom was given. With all the decoration and planning the big date finally arrived on April 28, with the theme "Hawaiian Harbor." The Banas Brothers was the orchestra chosen to play for this big event. The days following soon flew and we were ready for another vacation. Coming back our last year we were saddened by the absence of Anita Hansen. C1353 officers elected were: President, Marilyn Ulbrichg Vice President, Tom Perkins: Secretary, Bette Lou Gaddog and Treasurer, Karl Lutz. Student Council members elected were: Tom Perkins, Bette Lou Gaddo, Karl Lutz, Marilyn Ulbrich, Richard Holm, Mary Lou Bally, and Norman Sauerwein. Mr. Black and Mr. Wilhelm were our class sponsors for our last year. In our senior year the tables turned and it was our turn to initiate the poor little, helpless freshies. Everyone was scared bu! in the end it turned out to be a lot of fun. This being our last year we had to put out the Annual. First we had to choose the Annual staff who were: Mary Lou Compasso, Elaine Hakey, Mary Lou Bally, Noreen Ferrari, Bette Lou Gaddo, Marilyn Ulbrich, Betty Wren, Rich- ard Wilson, Wanda Reader and Nadine Burklow. After that we all put our heads togeth- er and started to gather the material needed for it. Our next high light was the senior pictures. The senior girls were seen running around with mirrors in one hand and comb in the other, while the boys were itching their neck from their white shirts and tie. After the pictures were taken we sat back to relax and wait for the outcome. We then started to plan for the senior play, under the direction of Miss Fox. On May 3rd, we were honored at the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom given by the juniors. Right after graduation we plan to take a trip. We sold Christmas cards and magazines, had bake sales, skating parties, paper drives and other such activities to raise money for this expense. We plan to go to Washington, D. C. and maybe New York, but this is yet to foresee. At last our goal was reached as our school years together were reviewed Class Day on May 16. We became serious on the night of the 25th for Baccalaureate as the ad- dress was given. We accepted our diplomas on May 28 and had finally closed our school days and reached our goal. ,And Sa Goodbye Q 3 1 . , Senior Summary Seniors, At Gardner In Fund Drive The seniors at G a r d n e r-South Wilmington' high school are now un. dertaklng b a magazine campalgnj h0Dil18 t0 sell many Christmas gift subscriptions and renewal subscripf tions. - A A contest among the members of the class ls also being held. The girls, selling the most subscriptions at the' end of the campaign wlll receive a watch, earring and necklace set. The boy selling the most subscriptions will be given a watch, cuff llnks, tie clasp and key chain set. A camera will be given to the boy or girl sell- ing the m ost subscriptions in fthe! I ,nrst eleven days of the campaign. The class has divided into two teams and the loslng team is to give a party at the end of the campaign. The seniors recently staged a Christmas card campaign and sold many cards, wrapping paper and other articles. They made approxi- mately 387. Prizes Awarded For Gardner High 5 Sales Winners Prizes were awarded Nov4 20 at Gardner-South rWl1mlns'D0l1 hlsh chool for the magazine drlve which ine seniors of the school recently conducted. . Funds derived from the cam- paign will be paced ln the groupe senior trip fund. A waste paper drive was held on Nov. 23 to further augment the fund. Top prize, a watch. was awarded to Thomas Perkins, vlce president ot. the class and leader tort Team No. 2.1-Ie sold S310 worth of magazines. A camera was presented to Mary Lou"'Bally who sold"t100,worth' of subscriptions. She also received a pen ,and pencil set for selling the most magazines the last three days of the drive: . V Team No. 1 which was under the leadership' of Marllyn Ulbrlch, class president. wlll present a party for Team No. 2. I vf J it ml ,Q x' ' 17"- ftl gl Trip Fund For Gardner High Seniors Swells Gardner-South Wilmington hlgh school seniors added a few' more dollars to their 'senior trip fund when they sponsored a Ha1lowe'en carnival the night of Oct. 31. One of the top attractions of the night was the series of boxing matches staged by high school and junior high school "sluggers." A costume contest, cake walks and a spook' house were other at- tractions, The spooks had a busy evening meeting some of the same persons.several times during the evening. One of the prize winning costumes was a couple of the Iacultymen combining their talents to make up a horse. zhg Qllgfn CANDIDATES Estelle Sarti, Kay Louch Betty Smolik, Lila Horrie Jean Sowers, Queen Phyllis Johnson, Shirley Hayes, Mickey Ierrus. sf L Queen: JEAN SOWERS EEE MAWWMMN HARBOR 1950 1957 EEE -v 'iv xx Ck A Zfemaufafzg fifmmm Occurs every sixth period. OCCLIIS eVCl'y HOOD -J L i Q 5 B 1. 32 ii X1 as :x 5 5 E f ss F 5 5 S S Q 2 2 2 22 ,Q Q' 5 .4 if lx FT 5. 'Z La -. 31 3? if :- AQ 'Q 2 ii Q Q ., we F 5 HAROLD JACOBSGAARD President MIRIAM IERUS Vice President LOIS KINGMAN Secretary BILL SORENSON Treasurer MARY ANN MONFBQDINI BARNEY VIGNA JO ANN LARDI JOY KISELLUS DORUFHY IERANTOWSKI IUDY LUTZ IACK LARDI DARLENE CCBB LOIS WEBER CLARIE PERINO BETTY ALDERSON VERNON SORENSEN MARY LEONA GRAY SHIRLEY LIKIHOW RICHARD MUZZARELLI CATHY LEWIS SHIRLEY ARENDT DONALD JOHNSON EDWARD JEWITT ELLIO1' HAYES SHIRLEY GAY HAYES SHIRLEY LOUCH JACK THYGESEN .. J , -?. ai .s M, , I 3' 42-' E , ,J 'R an I jg v ,S Q as- H W 5' l Q if 4 f,wJf"x5S K' ' .. ,. . Q s 5 TJ S . ' :ffl W gl tai 3,5 ,ES . Y' 0 an 4 in 3 S L? 3 QT ? 'nl ij ,Q -D fi N 'Q , if .4 A PZ: 11' r'1 5 ,. E2 2 .r -.1 P5 5' fa E x .S Q of 55: if Rf SS Qi' E ? F? d R 'K 75 52 -r -f 45 PZ fi: fi .Q X x NI x 5 I. -,,.,X ,L -umgv we frflvfv ,Y ., E f ff fv sw " 1 V, E A v , 4' Q 5 r 5 if V 6 5 J?-5353" gh MH s ,t ,, r .. 'J ., , 17,.gV:l . SR 5 we , -af- xzff? 5' S X12 rj? fm, 3 , ,wvgxw if av 5 , L Rhea Christensen President Haven Johnson Vice President Charles Treasure Secretary Lorraine Wren Treasurer Phyllis Nielsen Louise Scoggin Ronald Corneglio Juanita Sowers Dell Vota Betty Smolik Max Cullums Dorothy McKnight Jennie Hakey Jean Fatlan Donald McGurk Mary Jo Kirby Sharlene Anderson Marlene Anderson Wesley Holm gfjfjig i v F , A Rosemary Webster I Vdr' .' -U William Tyler Marilyn Vaira Connie Ferrari Darlene Allen uw Elaine Green Joy Sandeno james Lenzie Janet Fieldman Richard Gaddo Emilie Roff Btelle Sarti Lila I-Iorrie Robert Chapman Donna Olson Shirlie Francisco Vemon Bally S'no Fun David Wibor g Robert Mack For SHOWN :- 6 Z 'r ' " ' o' x fn ' s -f W wfv-.wp-ar m 'f I or - 1 vw' s "X" 'rv -'r s "1 "'1-' " ' ' " " ,: .1 .1-4' -' fs MW wr + W 1. -f f N2 ffgqam F . ,-,W..,.:- 6,!.n,u, 9,.,.-.-S'-fs.,-9 ag.-.,-. 64. 3, 1? f. lx Em ,, ,Sega N M ,.'-, -.,', '-.'.::,.'-- .,' . .','- ...Q sl , '.3. 0- .,, a. A . . ,- f . - . . . ' , ,- , .- .' . 1 -' ' ' Q- - - rf''f-.frif2'-',:.!f"f',?25ffv53'.wsf',m-:-.1-q'??'+f?1-'A-, 4 '-'ff P1-sw? x ' 15.34 4 - , -:. , -. 315. M.: . .+s+,-.xo-yZs.f'5f+ 2'.5.-'-t-.g4-:-:-'..g.- Q 1g:.g.w.+:-'.-9 .- . -, 1- .-:- o 4-., 4. , . 1- . - , .-.' .-1. -. M93 ,-..-H' .fx . , .. - -' ' f f D ff. '.-Us .'3o,--'II'-03" sa ,, .-. fx ,-' Q1 ,ff'x-. NN, .wax- . . S., A.,.+3'.':,.,.,Q.,3.g,Q,,:.,,,d. Jug., .-5.0, ,, 9.7 . X., .. -,, 4 -5a,i.w+g- , . . ,. ,yfjg2:,'b.,,.5,,g, fjggkan ffiss-W:5:o',4cc,wi. -. . zf sglffii..-Lf ' 1g..4f. z ,K ,' 41,1,5,'2'k'-.,g9,- ,fl .sh . .. Z: -. -,,.- . I.. My ., g-., ,. by .. 4.-'qhzt' ., rg. i 1- 4, ,i 1, M N 1, .',-"' J, f . ifq '3' ' ,2"f"' M", Q sv. 0 I 11? QI.-'gf' - ' , 1 1 ' -" 4 49555, . .-Q' fx 1" f ,J-03554 ,5 ' ' , , '., -: - ., an , wp, 1 - I s A 'ka 1 3.5 Jer ,'efsf.:-Wlfgig-f,E'fl. "f5'-:f',f:1'- - -44' GM ,gf " 5 'F 1 ' " -'I ' .5:f'-'-:-.- is ' -'f:3., 1'-1.-:'.,-'I 'f-ag 2, " " 4 ' Sri:?i2i1Z1i2:21i!fe-:QW52:21i15'T-542--.'f:1f-:Z-:?:1S?f?ff'4a-.' ".-'+'W'332??'3:3'1'f .""' -' ,:- 1 f"-'FQ-'5f'51b ' "35W"?f7"' ' ' 'Z-"'3"' 1. "'.--ki ww"15.1'.+'EC'ff3f:1-rf1111:lZ-ki?-Y' .fxilyfgiici -,-',.5.f -.. .- -1.4 f - . , ..' .1-, -. ' , .H , f ' . - . . .-.- -we .- ,-1 . . - Y ., ug. .. .-,- I . . . . ,gg ,,4-3' .gf-,fs .hu we 'Jo' . If -., , Q ,463 1, N. 4, ,A 5' ,141-N 4 , W ' I fiflakffff. mga 'if ,ff ,A gf fs? HN + ,f .F wa 'N .,. ' '.-,', -.34 ,.,.,.-:, I, -.,.-,- ,Ru an 3, I A 5? N x , 4. ws.,-f, .-f. M 4-Q ,N 'g 4 'Q'f5?'E7f3E'Z5?733ff':":' -.f.fAff.1Ef'f.mi-f'-'5f':f.4:-vf.'-" ,. .:- if .' jf A "5"-'U' lr -1 Q- " " - ' '- - 1-2:1-va'-:1. sg,.,.g".:j.5g.5.,, - ,wwf - .-1f-'- 13- tg 'Egg 'H - - .nd I - 40,1 ff - , - ' I. - . , f , . - if ff? ' I-':Z'.-'Is ,'-'-'12 '-' . 'T '.' .- 23. " '-V -'v - .- - ' -'. f - , . - . -' n ' ' --I - ,zu :..:.',-..L.c,: anM.:.v,.':A'.-...gnA gwrh. 5-3502" -. ' ..,?7. . U Qld' A, qixhgl H asia- f.. :Ig I . is-gmwx, ., N. i..3w.1.. 5.3. f ' '- f-1.-aff-15-:f.:: 'f:.''.-ff-'g:e:1-,fa-2, f1.-s'sf.f-fQ:zf.ff::s. M' ff- .1 Af- 1- :w.,4:- ww.-'a.-' fr,.,-fs.-..-:.:2w-ws:r-- fsrfwr-.1 .. .-- nfs ,Mk fff- -ff? -W5 f 251' xiii? - X ' 'Q' "'83.:55'2fi?" ' X ff' 39" w'5f?"J'N"5 We -- Q vi:-5 'NYXSQ-24 -ffm Q -', fb 1 ','.'. '1 J-f-'q'.'.'-'.ofa'-'.1' . n' 96,1 - fs. '- , . . . - nn'-. 5 '- , ' w -, '. - ."- , ,A . '. ll.. .,:,3,,.,4.:,.-..'.9, ':g:.L:gU ' 4 ,, '.z,.,,,'.-5534 , 53 .,'.5,m, ,. .,v..5 4 .Q veg! fiwwq . wjfffefgg 1' .'5i?ri'5f:I4 q.-'T-4320:-27.-. ::.' - f 'g:- ,-gg., - ' -' 34- 1-'Q , 2336355529 12 512.39 - J7g5,vf53g:.':iw:3' f. ,.Q,.'.3:-p,q.f.7'.-Q''.-',.',g..g.,,.,::-73.-.5 ,315-2493. ,.g-'.,:g..3:,:,,g-,.,.-.- if .,-.3 . ,.'., ..j,.-, .,j,gW1-,, , 6: , fb. ww, -1.,,' . . . 3-.. , ,f , 9- Q . , A I-.51 . o J -1,0 G, f J 'is 1 .- xi' ,p,f!',-Osgz, ,WW f 1, ,K '- f-..' 1:2-'.e A mln, ., ,wg gg ,s . .ff-'J ' '- ' ,g --gg., .L.,1.v , .l ,. ,, ..-,. .g..- ' . - ..- , ,Au I ZZ.,'1511.1-zgiglggr-.1R5o. ..5.:5,6.Ihfzggrgu-3.,.Qj3,f,:f?2., rgl,4 If ,, ff :lil ,.g, ,431-,3R3.-.L ,3 , , X ,- A A421 -J , . .1-?:e:r':::1.. .. -1 ffm-mf A -f 1' - P ' HI- -,xxx .f..:r- .Is :,-'.,.u,:,. 44. 1 gxiigx, . ,Q fr. -ff If ,js 'R I ,-xv. . . v.- ... . , te... . .3 - .gf-,f gf. vb I I f. M 4- 4, N 5' v , f , 4, 1 , we x ' 55:-11,.fryq:g:1g':'g-ag.':.,. fs.:,ffap Q., M .fafxg .V 1- ' ' ' 351:-,.,,,:,:g,-Q...:i.:,--5.-.ig-,I . ':,. ng..-.,:3.g4a,., ,I si ' "' ,' .3 ' .,s, 'I W 3 K, ?',x.?Q., 5 f.gs, .- vs., C I sg , . - lv ., V S ...nh ., ..,,'- . .1 -.1 .- .f 1 Q.. L. . . . A K 1 do 44 -..:.3'og '-,ff-1 -'-35,9 -7g.'Qi,'. A3-3, fly. ff' -1- 450- ' -v qi' ' , -.N " X . . :1'f:22Qa4::2:1:Zf-,f-4.-rfrla-2:2135a:2E::f.ff:2Feag5Zf:::f' 1225 'S5'9'fZ3,, - fi. V . . . , ..- . -.'. f..,,.-,., -, - .-.-.-, .1 4 - .'. A 1, . , , 1 ibrffittfflS+1'3'5-S3s9!33'Zgfr."15f'5:25f-22.3559 .1 uf" "'-1:9-A'-12-44-.'23f1"'22",i-1-''fi' " 4 ' va -jntmfi.-219Do-'.'."."'1'-. .- '.-2-.s 'edui-.N 'v - .-9f.y:.,,'gf'Z- .VIS - g '. - , '-'Wf1,::,?d! '''+'o:o'6'5-252-'-'?:Y0125!+2'1'+?!-' .5".'2'24' Q,-Z?g'a-u " Q63 'r . 4"',:c'5- J ' 4,0 e ' ' . ,. Q.. . ,.. f,.,:,-' '.. ..,.5,., , . x ' ' - '. . -, - 1,0 - - . .- 5 ' r'f'.f"? o' R ' Q'.t.Jf"'J'f' V.-' ,qi-x . - ?"'7:3 . ' "' 0I"eQ . ,v 133 .:-. .-Jax... ,-1-.J -- .atv s - .-,-,,'3,,,x-Rf:-x I 'Y' " ' 'Q ' ' 1324: ,Y My u-A f f . , f ' ... . . H' ... . .. .. 5.-3' ', f1,,,af4' R. .5 "' , "fsxl'4g,,7" . ff. 5.9, -., .,.-.' jv Q' 5 Q ., 5-,M 51, Q, , Gx-.-Q-'. IIVQQSV. x' -'-, - 4? -55"'Q-'X-'-I-F . " - . - f .O v' iw 4'-1-" if :SM 'Sv X' , vqiflf - A 9:25-.FQYIQ-1k',S'f5g'Q?i:F:2'-7?ii al.- 4: .- --' ., , ,4gkiv::v,'.-.-T-fr: -1-1-:,'f:-'Q-4,-.xi . . fb- 41:-:A 1--.-"'-' .-1f'1:f,gxQ-:hp '-. -.gr ' ' :-- .- 24,6 - --1-W N N A .f--- '---. '-:----.4 .9 .q3e:1:12aE1-Q:afr-mi-15:1-:cv ff. I, -f' qlffs2??1if'15k:51:157fC''?255:7fi-t5'T:f: -3. ,Q 2? . f...,.4,...54a.. - . :- 9 - -1-1.5.1 YQ - -otT:15:1:f:f3-rg-'T-vfvgfzwi-effi:-S .. I . . .5-4.3.5 4.4.5,-. .1 ' 13. 4. .. .34 ,n-.-9 q.'9'.x. . . ft,-. JJ- r. ,foe -,- I 3' '-1-1, .',-.gQ-5:32-rf'.-9.-.f-Ski..-Tc 5' , f 5' .-'fix ' - A Q", , E ' V 3 '95 .ve-,c,-.-.-A-.fg-'k2z". -A-132' 5 5 KR-51' " 6' 5 'XC f, -. N.3:g.-.- .'.'.L:, .fx'g.y,--,.'.-..3.4:g.-ef.3.'.5.1- w , , . A - 2,5 'gzqgh g.f,q.- RQ:-35.1.-,,-:5.,'4-X-:5293.4.3gpg., ,. V, . ,W .T ...,c ax . . . . . x . 11 f .. ' ' ' - . A- ,Q-3-.1 - -111--.-I--'.:-14-: ,1 'NF' ' .NX ,.,-"gv:Y'.:-."I-Q,-2,14Q- Zqgq.'QT-2:52f'-??1A'-:I-1-:QW-'-1'f,-1 'W -5:3'b':-X' -' f: F-5424-:--:wi-CLIN-:1'J'f9-Cv.--.'.-T01 :1'qr-7'-.4-.NfL'?1:1-'-93:52-45:'.Cf.5 ' 'KI' '-V'+22,'l"f"5if1f- SW.,.dir-'.-sf'-i'9-'f3'3'HT::ff-.'-L-7-'gf'-Affi'iv?-1425131 .C-kkififihc 1. k-.,n7.gf:f-.'- ,viys-Ffa '26-N:-1-,.f.-,-.5.-.' '-t-5-Lf,-.'f.-.'::.-.--ony..-. H1512 -1-5-.-eg-.w 'bfi-' -.1049-:-239-.-bg? -f.-NN.-.-.f.'-'f:.'-.- 'FGA-.4.' 5- -.-.-A:-'A '-Kev ',1f:-1lfk-:-:1--4'fL-.-,-',:- ' -'-.-v-4-Z5-kiwi-:-:zxjzff-f-:Q-1'1-C15-'4-'-'S5-if.ix-1-.'-xv-:Fi-r-551.-a .5'.kf'I-N555 413.-Q53.-.X,g1-'fi-if-iliuglfi-715:71-:-Z' 115.-1-'-2-2353:-Ng:-'ggi-E-Q-5:5353-fc-:-: 1-F5525-5. ' - ' - . .- ,X ' -.i I--, .-.1 '2',-- ,- wi... -, v up .p1.:.-,-.le - .,QN.5J"f'E3Xx,"z,-f-1'Q- . -. . . .A - . Q, -0, ,AQ .'.-6.31,-.,. . .kv .1 3.85 , Ok, 63? x , P f'-Nm w .. N K-""5?,,f ' 'W ffl 14:5-'. - '- -0, u . fn- ' ' . ' . . . Syn:-.'.' .:- Jr .v."1.' -l" ' 9 -uw' 4 I-G, -- I- i .v. -19' n4'..g,- ,V -?- 5. . ."' If I 1 .I 1 I- ' 3' .1 1 . -U., -ff? ,,:,.jr-. ...sg-.f.,-gf'.,,,x . , if ' ,Qf 35' . 3 QQ., . 1 - a '15 :':,f4-1:-if'-.-2"w'fL'Z'Z'A-.-34.38-:-a5q,.g.g:' -w.-1..q.:2f:." .tp . - " ,,- -gr f ff' . f -frizi H ,. -, .fy - .1 .- . pf. I - -. 4 4, , V - - f .'3'.---.'!'.'7'.g-'.'4-T-5-'101'-:-f-:wi-r I 2-- Q. r- . .-z Qi .- . .V '- - , 4 ' -u -.- - ,-, Ax '- .g::gq.g.oE...'-.L,-,.I :,f.,a,.,g.k. ,N 4:33. .,:,93.5.,. - A- 3, A I N 1,54 533.1-K I ...ff Qt.: ' K. ' ," ".".' ..', 'bf 'J' N- ' 'R' ' an 4' 2, figv .. , . w 1 f .- rg 'Q X v . ' , a "'-'HM-. H Air Q, 55,5 " Qwbxgk ng,-x 3255, 1 .,, 4 N, ef 'X ' x -:Q gigwf l .. ' if, .- . ff:-' ":"I'f'-: -7- -f-:" . . -W - . ,:' '. 2' - , .- ' -1--. I-I.-:-1-1-:.-:,'f:-'1i:s.+.-- '-'1,c1-2:-'--A--'.-:-.-- -, q, '-f' 3.-.-' -- , ,-:-' ,: H ' . . ,.-' . - -5 2' 4"Z-Y.-,l'C'- .-..,:---,:1:--- 423 :-. wg- ff'ff":ZW+K 5 " ' ff if-Q " .if.5.1f':2?-1'A,i2m2fi1E:?Q2??:a2S5i2'ge:g:f:::9Z"QiT.r:fffg+:':-:.1. 23:33 4.- ' ' 'PJ' 4 N -N - -N ,I 1 ".'3"""3 "m s . . '-. -K. . 45' 'fx 'Q' 1' A-' f 'I 4' 'W 4' ..- N + X wie- -U fwiff' :J I ' ' 2, ' ffl Wa, X :'-fg,-MQ,"""":,m.- -' ' 25525 '-' f-f ,f ' ,wx x' 4-fp, W :.,.+N,4gA,z""" . vff' 0, ' o-. . -g . .-.. x . 44 , Aff, . 0-gl., fwim W fx I- 11-I' X AH ---.-- -.-'---:Jn -ffaf f . If A , .U , . M 2- '- +.-M-Sv . q"":.'f' f-,'5bf" .45 .' E'-. if 'Q' r'5"6lx4"" WM"-mg'g' N 49' K Y 'WAY A 24' wt GP' C65 :XR " -95-'o N. V13 -1. 37:43-" 4 l-1, ,, v.'l 'Aux ra' .541 . X... fl , l I-ba I.. f,.,. ,l ' Y .N V 1 5 v ' Ain .ic ill. I li ll xi , A- --K Q Km I lu- 1. 'vt N I J' . I :','0,?of.'1."f'o:-ja' 42.3-:fig-32-.-.g.f:,. .7-f3i,:,'3-. f. .' . ' e?g.3.-:f.k'?sg5r?f!v.2::A . -f - ,xo , 4'9,,:' -x-Cys: Q, Qing .-f3loL1f:2'f:A'.'-.I-. TC -3. -5-'9."03S,.',2 . -.-.-51 "-.vi ..-,3r,1',3-" JV4, -.4-.f 6' ,sb -cf w. " 652151, "dw X' - ff., '- -:g.q.,.'ki ',.?-3,151-.1jpg:-.if,-gs.f.14,-:?'1,ff4:-11' ' 5 . Za ' .,...-1. f , . .. :-- . 31.-':Q:: -.j-,f.g.'.3-1g.'.'.f.g-, 1-A-i,5i'.'3gY,-Zg2,f' .lhzgf mg- :3,y,,'.g2b".'f,q.'.." 51--,fn -yi' - 'V 0' 'f..'."'.,' -1.4. 32- , , .-H IS-'i - gig, -'-1. ng? - '-f,.f-201359-QE '-,-. - ..'-:-.-., ' .- 3 f +4 o-:,--- 6 4:21 ,Hg 4. , ., '- ,,,,, Mg, JV-- ' f . . .. - . 2- .. 'f ff . U59 ... 5'-. .. . ' ' ff . .. f'fVfcf?':sfa1f:. -7f'53i'::ff'-.-'- 3 '1-4. nf' : ,fa ' .w s -' + - 7,- .g.- Q. .-...M 1. ,1...I.. ,5,..g.. ,,' ...M -, -. f . , -,gf-, ,. ,. . ,. i 74 , ,. x .. . . iw. : . I I ..x-xv? ,. , .I l . . , I. ,.g:-,A-5?-:,:-z-:.-,.,-.zz-.1- --: 'if -, , ,. L. -32 N Q, . - - .--:4--4+ -' ,- - H-1-. -' ' .9 .-5 7'1ft?.f"2Q"-?-?r2:1:C'l:?.ff'QI 'f' ' " " ' 'ff' ' ' ' .- xi' 'f'.,,kg-S--- '-4.1-Z5gSL1:T:i'lv QQ. K 15-.1. V, Q'--.'f1Q.-. 'lf'-::'f.':'i4'f:2:f:.'1:1:':.-iff' -. ---r2:1:l'-, -. ' ' :1:f:I. 455- . .- ' f'1:2- -' x.. 1 . '-. Q5 ':.' '-.-1-' 1. .--' 'f-Z-Q -' QT'-I-:--.N -.-5, ,-7.3.3.-4.-,-' ,gg-Q., -v .,,f -. . . Q., 'f:,.'."-, ,'- ' '-Q., . , ' j ' , I- ' 1' ' .-.- 6.-. '- 192- "- .. - - , 4,-Q.g.,,::,.g.gZi:5,f to 3. x,,l.W3P Q4- , K xxbli gj .,,.. far. v xg? ev., fx If gA+3.M,,.,,3Qz,.,q:-ix .,fq3.,5Q' N ,. .,--we ,, .s ,- . I, 1 Q -:V , 5 :N . ' ,. ',..' .. -. ak. ':-,D ..,z',955' H, 4, qi: , A -gh 'W tw 1 -xx .-' 0. ,g 1-,Nl xg '-' ,.' '. " ' Q' "2' ' 1, gi' . ,- " ' I 'fi ' f "N, 42 K' 491 e 'gif 1- N' Q.. W" 4' .". Qf., , e::.'i,. 7:4 . ' , 'JJ 4? fp " 3' "f ,. -." Nfwvlr -,"' ff , G S . .. .-1-:. .. M .1 W' .ff ww ef , A w Mx 1ifi5I5.fT5i4:-,ii-1151315.1:2221'?3,.3I'5??.If3n-22-f':i1-.: ff"..a. -' 1 ' ff ' 2.5:-.Q-'L-. .-fl Tilf' "ei: 15"-. - - : :J g?:fg14:5iii-1:-Sy:"fgf.:2:f:f?E:E:f:'-53:-rv-eg-QQ6:3:5:R?'3 .ff f , -agp .f wgzfjgf-' f - ' . 4' + z." -9 - .- :-'- . ,. '-.-... ' . ,- fo .. . . .. . 0 '1-f:3f5:32f?f:3523?fsf22Eiff4?1'1?2143f-35145arf? " J E-5' .ff '-I - .wif 'ff--...gi .'Z"' -'Iit-'1:'-.f'-'-L-e"'f' 'gg-z-f vt'f1-.m-.g',.- 1- ff-, .-'-R., .-. , f ,, ,- . -H -. ' .5--.3-.'-1-' 'L f - '-N - ':f ', .,- . K, ,sin- . 5. ' ' o 'H' 'A' " -sg-' fa , ,O , 4- Fw 5 ' 0.-ng. 3 : .' ga, -Jie '.- X ' ' x 'o . ' s., . 4s..,.gg'- '. '.g'L,'. .-3.-,fl -.':93y:Q :.,,i,-gm"-5,A'., A, ,QU 4 ' ' -. :sg -,eg-I5 -,,w:3' --5 . .SF ., . 5-"2 'Y '. -I, .. . nf ,-f Q '.-,+,-- .-cg. .- w . . 1 -, Nw. GC f 41.0" f X2 ., f . .- -.j.3.'.gf4f.,:Qg.- D' iz,-:-.-.51-.4 ,.g,,I-2:5-5 5. v ,' .g. 1' .3 .'-.:,'- .f '. Q. .- ':::- -- '- r. - '- ' . df' 5' 'ff 3' S. f:1-1:-z--1'-.'.g.-uf:2:fff:-"4-1-'f:-ffsgt-ra?-45:--e-:4:.4'1.v.'-. S-':.-2.51 .' ff.-: Q'-2-' .- -2" ' -. -'f-If . -' . .. ?.,:,1:1:1f f,-ff-.91f.,',.'!f,-.52-. ,-,-A339-..f2'.p:5:g.-hwgrf -'f.'4:2::?f,4"s'I:-4 952432 -.,.-qQf5.gQ?Kgt' :::f.'Zg. if K. 2:-'qffg51g.'.g.2: .- f- V. f ' ., 'g 'kg' , 1.5. . I , . o Q, .P o -, .s, Q ."-affef-34? WP? . 21-' f .1 ff .V 'f' "l'3.. ? 1.,f.jQ 0 hum 'o, , .,- . '. ..-.J ' .fe ' ' of-.,v.," 35, 45... -.g-.ff , 1 ' S A ., Nix . .Q . f,-,-5:94, ev: Q84 ,.f.- -43, .. 'v,. ' ..',, ., '. '- ,bg ' ,, .." 'N . 5 - f' . ,-' ' - ., . , ' ..'. . - , . .. , . ' -, -, . 'C 'J '4.,'.1q:44Q :-,,f.- "' .'.,L.if.:g?b:"..,L..,,,3-vi,"-.ies :v a 1 ." ' .,,,,:, ' 5523.24-, -. :' . .,.- . jg,f'.69J'2"'f,9,'12f15.g.3.fJgf7f-,v.'.Zgiglff.-.3337ff.,.g1'2fj5f:.'.f-.3.h',,'I'.g.g2'-1-23.9505-.a'1g.g, .24 ,-,q.g.'. f. .gig-gag.. ' ,"' -- A f -2-' .-'-.Q . I . - ,.- 59.7. gr.-.Q - b i ..,- -' , -' ' .5..,g- x ,. ff-,I . x I.-.,g.,.g U I , . . . x .f., ,., '.,.g.'3:n .-.ora .,--.,.,, . .-. 4'.'.'. 1,1 , . .,., ,Q '.', Xa,-.-3. . 1.'.'.,p'.f.,'.,., ,..,...,' 44-f ff.g.g.5.g.g-: :-Q-I-1b2:5.f "2'2'D-'-'-I :-w:-M-1-T-'v.-.- v' .0 ','. ' .'. fn'-'.'.'v'u'.' .' ,',-.'-.',-.3 .-Q.-,f,-,'.-.9 -'.' Fo... j.,.:.g.g.'.g.5:ff: ., E,f, ,j..,:,.g46:x ,gs 4,4 . . , QQ.,'5.,.. X.. . wg-.53-9 05.125, . I lg.:-: 8 ,lxirgzgz f . ...fn . all ., --. . . I f f . ' . v . . -. ' : .131 Agn., .319 aqihf -.ss ,Q-:'8'I'-,5iL':',',.,:":S4, it U cm X 19"-'3,. , 15. se... :ttf 5 Heb? -. 12" ,549 4'-3 . Q - 21 . '. 3.51" , :'..s..nY2,:'5,' , ' 8, .6-,Ef:,.,::E' Q 'Q 4-35-:lk r : s. N QC-5 5, sy I ,af-. A ER-. . 'QW 9 4. 1 '-xg K " 4 fa.::ig.f.t . Zh, -.I!"!::f' 531. if. . , gr., 6 J. 'Q :7:3.,..,': .- .'..l..27 ,5- 'Z33532-ff?2:4ffi3'?'?35'f1zj22f"2f'f25 S-NEFF:-I'f" .' 'gi ."' ' ' f"f'Ff.. ""gf1:g3'Q.-' 'I-J" 'S"1':'Y.,, -i', ' '-,- " . .fs - .--. -.av .1-'ff' Q."-it-' '!'.-my--.-'-.-9.43-r.,'.g4"..-' 'qw gs: 2- '25-e-zz - .g.'ffg.a-5:Z:"-.'-ng. 'v' " s " ' '. .'.-?.'.". 'C'-,'.'.5" . ' He' ' o's'a' ,' -'-N' s-"'o'v.+'.- .,.5"f,- '-.,. -5-. .f X -'31 .9 4 5'-. ,. , jj? - '-'b..-.- 1' 5, ' -- .- we " . ,-QoZ'1'.'o'-'.-9 r.'I'1 1. .,,....,'., ...yo ,- f.,.-Q..-Q-xg: . .- .M ' ' - 1 -".-.- - +- ', .ft-Q.-.-,:-. . -.., .. -1-:A . 3.04 -QV' Q, . . -.ug A. , . 5 'A J. J 4 ,. f - -. . . . -,- .' v. .-. -"5 ' 2?-'.'91'. "q.? Uv- . -.-. - o"f1i1:3"?-15'-"'f:-'4"0'f -v 4+-.a5'?5v?"'.?'.'2,,'53f N - ' s 'ts S7-" '1-':'5Seft ' 4' - f-Jud 3:11-j gr", '12.5:'i:'.-:f"', "3.'?:2Ef?'g1" -:f'ff-'.-" 17.125134-"'ff:':. .-: " .. ' al. ' .' . .4 - ' . ' -.- .-:."Z:. 5525... 3'-gf. '-Ij.:A'1'a,.",: gg.-:v.,.gL,'f .nxt '-L. .Q -5.5 s 6 xy I, - . 3 '- :,.1:,:.,:- .- '-,' ,.-.3-,m:.1-1f41Q.4aig.- . - "Nffgts5"e'ff' - - KM:-:Q-: ,-.Ab 1 ,4.,s':j.Y:?:f:3Sg. N- 3, 0: ', x' 'f ",.., 'aw . -,. q.. 'i 5 'We , .al Q 1' -.5 9' mi-.'.,"'s ' N- .1::5' " . Jes? 065' . I '4.s'.5s"' :' ' Q s.:.'o s 3 .95 I 'RQ' V is 6 Q' Akai' QV +'r"'g 5' ' 59133 va 'v'vZ:f'i': -I-mr, .'-."- ..-."'w3,'4..'2"'w.- 'WM-1+ -o.f!:f.'- ' 'Wu 'gp W -.K .., N M M" -A .f- Wx ff S Q X if H V .sv-56 -N Q. ' ifzai . . s Q!-5:32-:",-. - -544 gig., ..g.,j-.g J-3.1.3, 2331-.5.f'ff' '5:f3tT:fj1:1z2:3":: ' ,-avid. . -. , ..'-, os at c.. N. . ,Q-. - . -Q 9 . .- Q. Q ,. qi A Q-.Xof ,Wx -.5 S gi. - Q J, ...big , "- 4':'.-.3-. -' "sf" - .-2-'YJ -52322 iw. 2' P '17 "' W ' '52,-"' if". 45' W S5041 .- sf 14' '2 ,...' -.7-f-.,.g.--.5 ., '. - 2-,. , . , ,. . .. , .-sf . . - 1 ., , . :REQ-.'. . ' II-- . .-:g:3:f:Z'3:-QZ.?fQ:3 32-.gtgqiif-:-.-.-J S" nSf'f.eg:-fi?-,'-03 -.,. w., 1,4 ,, .' .' 4- 'ff-fo .v-1 -.ff5.3'Q5-.'v '52-:fag ' . .-...955:.,.,-1.4.31'-3b,5,,5.g'o44. Q ':. g-fa'-'-:-133, 2:33. .-.5.'.:.v -. 5 ., , .. ,gx 1 . .. - .3242 . -i3Zg,'.y I A . . Z'. .1 '-...,.',, pg. .'...g.-' 'flgq-..,. -,454 '-:V "!C'3 W "Ui:-" """" 'Wfh vi""?f' be If 535 '-gif' ' 5' 4' 'R ' "' " ' "" ' -7- .. ..,,..,- ,. . .. .- .,,i.-.Q ., .-...-.v.. ,424-,.,.,.' .. .-,-ex. -1. .,-.,.+., .-..-Q, ., . -.f Z., . .:.w,,, .,.,.,. 5.:.g,,gv , qv. I fy .-"B-:1'- i'L-1-:1:,.f:-112:"fr-.1.l".-+1-. "-:':2:f" "V-. ' . ' -'O-.'11: ZZ ' ' 'V' . ,S ,ie ' .. Qgzggffplt-2-:I5F5.g.:f.,'14:g5::g,f2'2.,':b:'..3.9r7".2a-S:fZfnQ,b2t:g.2?:if?'3?-2.-.,'fs3:f'3?,371:-9-f.' my '-2:22:15 ' ,.' ,.-:If ' ' v4.3.3,.513,-Qg!g:3.-.pfgg,gt-.3,1:5511:-gg-f--,,"g1-tgf3g-gq.0g.f':q2- 3"3"::"'.g.7'1-'L0f'i'1Q5 '-:-.,.'- .-,g2.g2g:,'.5 .- '3"-.-.':- 1:313455.53-eiggg:,3g54:g.::g4.1-j.,.fflggxgifgzggzggsgegzz 11:-.5:5r?5Z.':b.:.g..34f:, -'. nf' ,--. f- fy.,-,' - ,-.- .--Q . .5.' ,R Q, . ', , ' 0 .' .. , - Q .U 3. ,.,5:',:,...-25.2,.S-.,g.,.:,.?.y .,.Z:.E:?3,o,.-qi:-,5ff.3..,. 646, 2.4, 3.81:-,.:?.S:,o2:.v:,Q,-gE:,9::4x3.::g-Q'.,.g.,1isggggiaggi ' '-?"' K-59" .1-' -.g.'Z-g.'s,--E'g:.'.s,.12- 53.51.52 .,.:.g:Lg '.,.g.5g...'5,.f3,n.2!-'.4-.3-.-' --'.,.'.,.-.t""'mg. ...g -:w.,.7.-,g.g.w!-'.' gpg..----'.ff1e-f-WS? -2-'-.1.,.g-"iz:gt"-.g:'23-'2:f',.::1.-ff11-2-:S-2.-' uf.,-tg'-'vi 1123!-:ff7"b5-We-,0'-:-:Q -:is-.f - -:ggg:??','-?2sf1,f:53gq.11,1 7g?P1g-iftkytf:1:-:Q-221:s!Q:oQ5:E:-:g:E?3?:-Q'ffs??6" ' ff.-' ,Ig . -1-: .3133 ,"a:7,,.i:2:3"'1:-.- on- s,.-.-3.1:-'gtge 20,-':gl'mfg:-1,1-'Q-'-:Zz-:jf-glfgtlq. -I' QQ'-.,., 131- 3:-. - . '-.-.44 xg ug. ug- .g-'. sf,-.'.----'Q' .,. v Q 'r -g..'.'.-. '-wa' ..-:-aa' -5 ,-.nu . .." '-Q ' Lg.,-, -..'. o . .. '2 -'.2 -' ' - 355' .:-'3'1".-'3-'- ' 'Sf' ' -P'-W? "f-"'-3f'fI.'?.""a'.-:1s31f'Z "'- -'fi' "-:'3:-:.9".21- :rw--.-1.:,:g'g.,r1.4-'3-5-:Arr .-1-:-.':'.'-'..1.f' ' f"' --:-. ,f"'2.ffg" 'gfgifillfZi'it-:2.-2362555t3w-:'2'.'-3'IQ'rf'lffwit-:2ffa1:f:i5rY:lHZ'Y1441'-ET?.'5irf:15'-'-:M " 2 '.' ...1 .'..'. 0.14 '-.-f-0" fs 'o ,- 0, s . 'r..... . N. . . "f',, 'I-gr, , .f 4' U. r. w.-.-.'-3-1.3.-.4,.g.-zz.-.-.-.-,-A-z-1-ng.-. U' -Q.-3,-,-3.-.51-, :-gg.-.OZ-Q-'.'.,4'.:1s , ,Q -.:-. .5-9 .-y.-Q. v -9.-gp-.V , . '.v. , -. .-,-,-,..-,. .,.-,,.3.-, - .-.b -. . . .-. ,-,. .g. . .M ,Q . .-.-Q. . ,-., Av.-.-. . 4.-. .-.'.-. .4 qv W, . . '. . Q 4 -.4.a'.' s - - - . .'. . 1 . 'g we s.'.'.-.- ..'. .ff .. .- .-re. . . on f . 9 . ..f.-.-.,f,.,-,. 1 ,-4 .. .4 .0 N .-.- 4, -.' .'.-.mv 0. -.-s -'.-f.'.'.'.-.'.'.- we ' o am . , . v.'.'." -N-.-.ve .Q f.ve-.'.'a'.'wt-.f- -r -.-.-. 4.9 - .'.g,,0.': 0,0 ,o,o 5-4:--. ' -.+,o,- '.G,'.-:Jr':cc3.'.'.'.'.q.-,s,-1J'?,',',-1.'.'.'.'.-.- 'A-.-.-.'.',-E.-:.'.'.'.-ep 1 .,-,- -'-.:f.-.vt.:.,g J. 'A'-'. .'.',0P, , Q fa.. -41- 1---.'-14:-.-.-.-.-:-:ow-:-:-3-'-.-.Q-.-.f.-.-.'.3.'.v:.:-:4-'-.4ae:-z-1-'-:-:-4-2-5-2-1-'v.-2-few-:-:-rwf:-:-:':'-:-'-'o:-:"o.- v -.-fv 'A aw:- ,g 97.3,-,-,:,-,',-., ,- g.,...,,-,-5...3.-gf,-3. A.,-,-.V .,-,.,.,.,-.q.:1.,.,.,.,...',y,-tv... 4, .,,.,-.1,...,- --.....,.,',0, . 9,5-'.....f:.a,v,',,f,,,, . . . 9 . . . a s.- .,. N ,o . . , . 94... , , , . Q.. ,-65... , .,.-. ...S ,Q . '.,'. 4 -gf, ,153-4 , . 5-.-,tn-.fo 0- . I oy, 1,4 . . .-.-,Q -,'.'.' M' .-. o'.s Q .'.'.',-,s.-.- .'.o,',v.'4v ve ',- . 32-.6 - 9. u +.. es- 4 . .,,, 3,-, , .-pf, , , gan . Q f -,W 1, . ., , . .-, - . f. .- . .-.' f - - . . . f , . . . .-4-,Q 1.-.-.9-. Q Q.-,'.-f.-tb, . .-,-g . - Q,-P. . . ap,-.n -.-.s 1.3. Q,-. '.f.'.'.,-.-.-..-.-.-3,-.'.-.-.'.'.-. ,.-.f.,4 .o 0 -.'.g,-.-.w e.-.-,M .-.g- 4 -.-.-.4-vQ.-zw.-.Q-.'.'.'e-.0 'Q .'- '.- .-,',-.'.- .e.-.'.'-.'.'.'.-'Q-.-.-,Q-.'.-.'.'.Ae.-:-:- .'."u'. u'.'r.'.'.-'pin' 6.-4 ...Q .1 1-:-L'-9 1:-.9,-,v ::-.- 0.0,-.-1.-.'.'.w .-,,'.w'-.'.'.'-.', :.- 1, - -' -. '-A -'- - Q - of - - - .'.'.'.-.-.0 V- Q- -. .'.'.'-'-'ug-'-.-e. ser- .'.-.' 1.-ff. -,o QS.-.-'ew . . . .-or v, ' -2- van -.','- -. . '- - -3 .' get-.-: : .1-'.'.'.-.-.-Z-:.'.-.1 ,- Q.-' .0 - -.-, v- ef ' - -2-:-:-1--'f -.:.g-.-'---gf, 3. I . -- , 41.0.-e Q -e- 4.3-.-p Q .-.9 -.','..f. wfiliffg-1'f:41:25-311+1'!:3i'St3:3g3'232:25331535i55Z4t7t5!5f53g,"33.5'!3f:3f1'2:f'1:2a4:Q:1:f:1:Qjo'!e?29' 51'-:31:15i!3!5?fZ:1i5:3'?Sf751QE9:5:f: 4.15311-.pg.5-1-1.-1-1.2.2-f....g ax. qQ.g.:.j.f-1-2-gs,.g:5.Q,v,'.g.g.aq'.. 4,-31,-2o,:.:.',.q.g.g-1-5-:ve-.33-Z-gy ,'..."-3.-tg',.f,:-3.2.7 3:4-g773.f.k..,q.xg - - 4.1.3.5 5- e -3.1,-2. Q.-.g.'.'4.-,-1-.-.7.:.:.g.'.w.g.g. .1312-.-Q 0 gf.-,o,-.3737-,-.5-,g.g-Z-I4-'QQ .4-' ,-, ,.' o'!g.5,g,,.1.'.-,o,:.'.'e1-1.3.-q.g.'.'.6 J gg.,r:.ga,5.g:g:1.5..,1-,.,.-:.,:g.g.g.g..+a.,.3.3-z-r,.g.g:3n.5.g.5q5.g5.f',,..5,.gQ5,525,.9,.1.::1gf!x.,5:QQg,.-2 ff55.f3:3g.g.,5.,3.,,:f ,gi '.-.s3.'.'. 40.-.-Q .4-.q.-. 1- .-.'.g.j-21:-Z-.'.-4, 7-lg-...s,'.'.',-'e,-'. J. 44- .21-3--. . ,-.'.',- . . , ,-,v , -,-1-. 'fp'-3. ,.-4. , 4- o, .5195 . 9 - O .aw - ee.-.-1-3 - v-f.-.'.-'-'-.-.-.'.'.'.-.v -,-.-.' - o - -.- 0 -2- -'.v.1 '.'1'.'4'.'ZfQ ,-.r.-:S-'.-.f.-.v" -4' -.aw Q 19,3 -za-'vi' 4 -.- s N." 4 f.-.-.o Q .-,a Q .,. . . 1 --.r .,.-.'. . . . . - , ,-. . . ,Q Q 30, ,e,o.- ,we . . .' 5,5 .,.,. ao,-,Q . A.. . A ..,- ,.:,o, ., , . ,,.,,.'. . 9.4 . ., , 5 -, Q,-,.,.-.Q -u-.-1-3-'-.-2-.-1 .'.f.-.-.-.'.- v.-,- 4.-.'.-9 . .,.,- . ,-. . .,...- -.-,-'-'.-.f.'. ,yen .,.,+,,-,-,.,,-.- .w.- we Jw.. '.'o 9. o - .'.'.'.'.-,-, '. , .-,o rw.-Z g.0.'u'.',o N55 s'f,e,',- s 60, n-'.'.'.s.'.a o ",'.59.'- AVC? v'.'.'.'."q'.- I-38" Q4 o'-g.'.'ep'- .0 0 ":'0.'ar.' -' - w Q . Q 0 -,-.-.- 4 nf e -0 4-.-.-.- .-.- o Q .'.-4 .Q -. - . .- 9, fe -.-.-.-f.-.0 Qs I .yo -.' 0 0 - Q' '.-.- - Q . ew -.'.', .4 v. .- 0 . Q.. -' 'tw - ax we !.'.','.-.9,-,w,-3.9 e.-. -'Q .- . ...g-3.5,-,-,Q e '.'.'.',l,"'- . .g.e,f,5.-.-.'.-.-. 4. ,' ' ,If 12" .g2'.o,-'p,.g.g,'4'iJ3.- u,','.9,',' if-,I-' '20 Q 544. fe.-D ngq.-.'.g.g.,y-.-..g.f.g-1-I-. o5.f.,.,.g -.3-.-'86-Z-1-1.'.a,s2:'-1-.9 -:.,o5,:-:-:-gg.0.3.'!'!4,-g.2.,- 5.3.3 3.1.3.-v2.3 .gtg.-.:.,:,o,o2?q..QY'.-2.2-.3.m,.1.1.5-1.2. . . f N -.'o--'.-1.9:-1-:-.Q ' -1-'e.f.-.'ce.-'.,'.-Tw.-:-.-.-.95-A-2 o'- -9,0 '.-.o,-.-.- of v - 1-.4 .-wg-1. af. e '.-'-12--w 2'-t-1-.-bmf.-ef-:-:-:-:-.'.-.g.-if-.gt-I-I-'Q-:-:-:-'-'-ww -:-:4'-'-'-t-:-:-.- of-'-:vt-2-:'e.4'.'e.0.'-'gre'-:-'+'2'F3-1-xwcf.-9 - -1-. - J- e. f -' ::f:.:'--fe-'-2-' '2g:g:-gag:-2-Qf:inf:5:4S:f:Y:-S:':-53:3-!1:1:1si85'wff'J:Qtefgiafzitwlizicfirfgiglmigigq::1f:g?E:5:?:frs:1s?:1f! q:f,,3. . .:3:g.g.,- :g.g.'-'.-.1g::3:5.-q,4g:-:-'egg.-23.5.95 .-.g.-.-.'.5g.g 4:g5.-,:,:,7g- ,9 .-.Q '15g.g.fg-:e2:::1:f"' ,lQ'.'3if.""5x-Z-bt-:-'Q-1 .'. . - -1+ 0 -. . . -.- - . .- --. ':-:- .z ., ,. . .- .-. ',-.-,.-. , ,-.' . . . - 4- Q .-:-.- ,. - - .- . nga- -,v,'.g. ., '. .-.-5: .-.-,-,-.-.- -.'.-.'.'.,.g.'.,f,.g.g. 9,-.'.'. a,-Q,.1.- -V ,ng . .-.9 4.-, ,o,-.-. Q .-.- .,,vE'.-3.-1.-.-.0 - .,-4,0 ,-'e.'.yg,a5,ge.-.-.vb - -. -.,., -.54 Q,-.-1 .-.-.-.'-:-:'r-'-:-'- f.-f-.'---.4-'-f-1-'ima .we '.'.'-au.-.-.g.f.g.'. .ug-g. -.ag-5-z-as-3-1 fy.-. gf.-Q:-1-z-,qw-. -.,z-g-:-:-95:f:2v.-.'-f'f.- f-.-.g.-.-. .'.- -.g.,.,A.-,.f..q.'.,.,-,.,-,-, -e.'.'.-,w.-.- .,.,.-.4.-.-A . .-.',5.g.,.g. 0.5.0, . .Q -, , .g.-.-g .,,,-thy? .6-1.,.,-,. wp.-,, ,N .,-,-,.,,:,.,.4.,.,. Ay. N,- -.- ..,-.,,.-...qu -.-,ohm o,- -4. .,o,-nf.. ,, J 5...-,-, .q.+,.. ...,.,, , ... ,.,.,o,.f,....-,..,.,.u.,.,,, .5.,,... . . az.: . ',. . .3 9: .:.,.,:..f,. ,' 3: :J .Q . .'. 'v o,:,.. ,B - ' -9, .:. 2 gy Ji: . ip, 4,3 . ye, '. az . ".. -, -.- ,.-,,...-- ' 1a5"...'-' 3, .f .. sg.: -.4 fo .1 ff..-2'-:H f .H .- " 4- ' .'.." .. e - .g'.,e, .0 -.-3 ' -1-12.0-,i":'22v so.,3,,,:- ,uw ' -pg-,ir3.g'..,.,52-' ',g"Y:, " " .gs 1 J., Zqbzil:av-A,g.".,".. 5. xl Z,L,-1-.:'...,.,-gs,-1f',tiQi'.,?' ..:.. .. x5,.,3Q:- . ,.d-JL? 2.5, 92.2 .... , - I -,-:z 33. 6. 2-24521. :IM .. 3 -1-:': - ' x. - J Q - -. Ag.. . ' ' -. ' ' ' 's ' ' Q u- ' ." .' -, -If -'. ' ' 'Z' 'Q ' "' Y ' -g.--.- . .0 "' N' '.f "4 4: . 3- qv.: . 'QF' "- ' ' . o,. , . . 38 - 3, v an o . ,fygin Qu' 95 A A 4 . N IA, 4 .1 Q . . J, f . ' .1 -"Fi 1' 5 fx- -Rf?" ' A --' rw x in ' f.. -.. H . -. -I wx ' ' 's '- ' ' ". '. "6 '5"'.' . -4- "3 -m 5 ' s ' .. ' ' '- 1. 5' "' lfxv' "-' ' .gb 5' 'Q ' 1 " . -W 4-"3 1 . Q '.- ' ' . 5 . .N - -1511"-4:'fes'g:5:f:.,' 1:l:3f:'2.l, g'-2'?-'-ff5-.'S5T:?25l.-if1:32115 "hr 2. - wa-I X- f- N' -9? ,- 5-1S,., 3.-fi "'92SfE1igS2:i'?7i:-'IQ''31, " 5-:ab-ffi.7f':,.f'-' 4. " " -1' , 'ff' 35 fa. ' :. -4 " .' . '1'l"'f:: .-"af--r'3':2": f':":?f:' We :ifz-si: ' 4154- 4 'as ' .. -f ' D . '- - -- -' 1' '- 1" - 'z-.':-ff V.-3--wil-1.'Im-:e?i:f1:17r-5f?iJ."c'W-If:za-fiiivzr.-is-1f5fnEf' "il-rf"-221'--15111'4S2N" "-.. f, 'a' . ' ""4-' ' -. 7 W- f 1-4? 4 "-- ----.'.'-'. . . ., 1. , -,qu g.'-,f, -Ng. H-,, ' '.,.g.,.g- rg- . -- , , ' - M , A 1, .. -. '.' ,-' . I - -I - ,. -, .A . 3.5.1.1 , . .I1I55:3::.E.:.:...:1:'g..:::+1..::...::i7i.:.?0:,.:M.,:il:e.Z5,..v.5,z.eesz. 55 fs .9 .I .45 45.6 ghgz-,-E' '31 - xqyfi la 0 xi- .fn f,.?'..--.fzf-,thx 4 , v al .' .' -.-Z-A''.'.g2-ff'-'Z"'0'."g."-:-Migw -Sn-'-r.3.'e2.-.-.'5t'jQ :eu .-.gf .-12' '.s- . .-. 1 Jn.. ' .4 .fggi-I-S'-. ag- Q1 ?- -, . ,,f'-.-.-Q's,- -' "M 1 . ' -' . " ' Q' A 0 o o x Z Qc .-S+. . .5 . - -153.23 ' "-.. we 3. x " 's.,. ff' " ,df .- Mfr., :-' f ' 3 - f ff .KR - .' '. f. . . .Q .',- u- up ,,. .1 sp., , . . I -.+ 4.. -.-.- - " - 5 " N ' -'T' -2 . " '. ' ' . - . f " " c' sv +' Jgixz' - 'Q' 5' 'Q' " - "gf: Q' 'Xt' ':Q.4.-. .-' . '." ' 9 lj, . ' ,, , 'f Q, 'f b. gs X M, I a .r M - , 'P -, ' -. ,, f ,Q ,," g., -3- .R 2-, ,gy tux ,K ,f 204' ' ' N .- ' .xg '. if "' ' 4 :Ei .'- 2: .v . Q: tx 3. up-'qgg 1' ' Q.: 42- I-.4 ' 1'- -f ,54:f -,Q-" " 4 , '655 2-' .-. x' 1 - 3' .. - lx K ? R .-.-.,. I G4 . , .4 Cf S 4' 's f . , .-S29 A-. . Q f Q..-. :" .-9'-'yi 1, f ,W A use ., '94-' . -,: . 1. ."o,::f't . "'1 'Z . ' ' .'f'a'a K .-!2if.2'.QfZ4'.fi,f,fg .-af 3. ' -' wr, l.-I-'..g "f 4325 ,. ,-' ,. uf J a f I ' I 0 I . .. . N . .fs . ' 3.2. .' vu . 4, Z4 g'!', -J' -hy 0' I-31", .- a,-Q - '."'. gb: 12.-ojwih , .. .-5.9. iz, J! A f:5'.4i-:-:. '-:f--:1'1-:.'- -.-.-.',-:Q.Z7i2'f"::.53.-.f-f221:- ' .-1-1-. 41f.'3-E1':.,EfE1i1:i.,iz-.I.' 'EMI",:fi.g.g:51If.'.E-:2g:f:1'.,.1-.3 ,-" I-'51f11S:!:':274Y5-12-'-fi!.-:lst-"'Z:1:1!5:15?f'i: 'fri'-!'1"':3f'5f 0'9f'3t3'7-:1f23?:1"5f:i:Z""'2:fri1i'.7:1' '- .fn . , . - " 11-1C55-TLL:2,5.0.-,v.QjgQi?.-.::v,Yf'1::,o.::.v.:,wfo:5S.':'f,gg,-sQ.f.5:1.gE215-1f,,,3:goji?.1.lg'-f',.5Qe,-g::3f3:d.gQ2:g?gfg.-.5339g-f'4,g.4:35:fo,-6229,,gfzigjl crm., 34,-5:3',2'g'? ,X .fb 4 , a' :fn-z.'.f. --2.4. . -, .1 -1.1-'-2-:-,' -.v :.w:1.-:- .',-. -.-f:'-+ .-.-.':- ,,- '-.-:-ze , vi- .'--., . .fa 4' -:J . . . -. J' -' . 'v -. ' , , . Q 1' jg- f- .1 J' ' ' 4 " , '.' f. "v 'c' +, e' .' pg.,f.-"" -g t2g."I".- '-.- " vg"'-I-fi,-"4 ", ,.7'.' . 'fa .' ,-:'l-gl" .' .7.'3:e7" .git ,. , e.--4.4, W'-I , ,"-g'-. R 'hs ..,?',,'!f."' .36-L I ," ,, X49 ,fi 4 . . . 4 '-1I- ' W ' Zz.:-. -' ..,-' J' -4.5. ",.l - -NL ' ,'!..'.1,,.-,gr-,.,Q--Qs,-':.'. ., " 1. "-Q ',4-.fx 4, xi '4 ''-:'-2-.-iv-I'+S.15f4:2.-'bfilzi'-'1'."-:-'o-'ffiiilfziz-' .-.-'.-rf"f?-wa'-Z3-if1f" .-.'4fe'. vis-.-.1:1r:5"f-32112:-. 2'f::-:"2j.,?'4fff' .- V "?' nf" 347- .' 0 '1' 54'-4:75:2-"3'fsfzlifitgf:ff'ff'2?E"!7"513:23'-'-rf"S!?:T:4'52?i:1:1:2''Ef':1'1if3'-Lite'''!75":S-9323:''Tai:-:''517'-3r1:g!?'ErE"9"'1-!3!"3.-17219'-52'-A-:1i"9-59'-1:1-3"'?tf:"f '.'! f'.-- 45" A5'.a7:3tZ:' - '-' '-'-2--.-.- .92 int- ,...va+"... .',...-, .-'1,. '....to .vis-0' "-. -2-:?.c-...ff." - . ,-' . ,..,v 9. 5 , . , , :H 'fe " . ,. . vs , r , , . a. u f' .a.,u.,-Q,-' 41.1.-.Q-1... .'-:.g.g.'.g. 'I-.5 ,333-,'-.,,'-' .- .ug ,.,' ,4-'5!:.v.f mpg. -. .g.gjg,.ff'-Ng, ,.' , .. -.g.g.- - . ng. A . y f... ., -Ivy ,- 11' - , .-A. 1 x g1g2'.'2J'-'ffl-.-31733.5-113.5-gqtgtf.3fq:-g!'.3t?':-Sfgfvrggag-152flg:3'i2!?:'f!?g.QI-:Z-:+19!f?g:5ff.3:gtQ'.g-:3:Zgft3.3.Q3.QZgSg?E2Q1ZE'7-L-'gc-39' fgI:f'Qg'.g:y, ' . - 1 "Q '7,. '-5' 4' -!"!:Q:-313 47 ' ,. ' A 4'3" V, u .rf ,,4'4:. ,Qi -' "3.'.'.?':-:4-:-..-.5'1175:1::-Salt?" .-.'l5.E2a-:-:2'7.':5f!4.-.'.-.Jg1:!'1t-12-.-.4-':-.-::1A- ,-45 .Q -+'-. 1 V-.,' . ' ' ' ,- '3' -' ' W- - - A . 5-.:.-,2,.5,:p'1.:,- :fjglzzfif '51 rg :f.:g2.':g:.-ti'-:'agi5g::...?,..,e3'.f.' ,-' '49 '-N .-Q'4C',,+- . -.4-3.-,sl u z' ,v:,gf5:?g:I:--15, - . , Mn,....,..N.,,- M .,:,'. 3:99, z,-L. eo-. . . ,.-vu., ...g .Q s ,I 4,98 . -'I'J-,,4-..?4b,-, ,ofvigt 5534: ...Q .4 I . .' 4 0 A W! I' gt 'EVM if -4' 'Ebb ' 'ggfi , - 6-'-r. M' 9+-.-4 ff- f' 1- S ww- 1-"'J'ff?'fj?"5" as Ui' me 7 am, v.:o...41,:..,. , ,ts ., - .41-Q.. qv 5.2. nv... t,'.h:,. 2,3 P, G s.,:,:,f ,Q f -.v ,. . Ove., sup 6... ,af J, yz ., . . . . ... ' Q, . , .g.g.g.,.' 3 1, ,,-. No, Q, --W:-' - -.g.,.- - . .9-.-.. .'.,.s . ., , , ,. 3: 4' w. 4. 4, " I "'9 ':0'w':'o"""v' ' ' .ceo fum!-'9. 559 'o 'ff 'ffn' " "l "fa" ' M ui'.:':' 'I' 'S K4 .Qi f ' f f" 'Q 'Q ff--Q -.,., --'- 'v-, . , ., 0' ' ,---.--,g-.:-sf . ,' f--..- . .-: . ,.-' . - ' . .2 . - - ' - -, .g..N l, .. f' . "x":- 'f'-.- f' '-:1-.-:-:- 2.1:-424'-:-.0 '-'31 ,Q -1,-'-'1f3!'4'59 2-.'-:I-:?:-rfi'-3,-' .',-I , - :1'- 3'. -tr .-.-.. . . Lin- . .' "ko" -2- 214. ,. . :. ".-. " .-.- 5?g:gs:g,,, :,:.3:5:g,,,f55:3-515:,',:5,gg':f,3f5:ifz"',3 j,.f,E,Egi31g.ggj' . . pg, M-:Z -4 . .-2 ,,:::.,'f.,-gm' w a? 1:3 iq." ,ge-,gg 4: - 11.5.5Q-g.g.g.g4g.5f-ge ,lg .,I.f" ,,.-I ,, -:Ag-.pf.,-:5,,.3.g:g::.g:,:g:.1.,g-..5..-.-3-1? -'-,X ak'-. vgy' " ' " " "' 'QQ' 'f"- -'-' "ff ' f.g.5.. . .-.,. 3.5, .,,,--.g.,-,.- Mg. . ,, 4 , 41.0 ., -, ' - , 1 -. -. - ,. 0 Q -3, -, , - s.. - 16:32-2.g.sfZtZ9ZeZ:!e!1.fff.:.:-?2p1.e.:Z2.:1:-1.15:A.iw:-ff.11:.e2?.-TO.:-22Qaft4f22.i?:-:-xi-121:f:f:1:f??:fs-a.1.Ste2-:-S:.Me7:Z?f-zeithsztzlviie..ik'.,.,.e.fIm-.M, .. .A 4 , .9 ...Q-. 41.-.. -...o.r.-:145.-145:1,'B.:.:.1.s?5:::f-:-93-f-x- A ..:.. , , ' 4, '.'.Q.' n,-6-', ,I N aa-'Qs , 0.5.1 .49 '.,-9 . , , , ' 5:3 '. ,a,f,f,,'Jr .9 qlgfsz-. ,vie .V 93,2 , Oi., -ax 'v f . I V , Q Q 'wwf ' Rf 51,-in ' 5 4 " r 3 - J ax 5' .xr f I I iw fy T 'V i t A Melvin Smith President Joyce Lutz Vice President Marlene Allen Secretary Kay Louch Treasurer Marvin Smith Roy Johnson Nancy Treasure Nola Morse Joan Allison William Anderson Harriet Yoder Robert Zanello Alex Densmore Barbara Smolik Alice Krug Martin Mack Edward Evens Donald Lenzie Terry Sorensen Joseph Macedo ti, Wm: HES , umm- 'WI ' 'L :-v ' .1 -.. 5,44 X l'I'v , - IK rm: . 9 I n xt' nd' l n -'- Q- ' I Cz., ' . T 5 William Brooks Ina Hansen Ida Hansen Fay Clover Jean Perino L Griglione William Anderson Katherine Wiborg Charles Lenzie Arlene Nelson Janis Lardi I. Meredith f' 9 2 3 I f avg, Hi 1 i w vm 1 'la , :L 5 v If 2' .,4' f E me -,W Y iff! NOT WOTZMJQJQ Q, Gene Lardi 4,1 fp Ronald Ferrari CLE' KX Robery Meridith Russell Moore Marjorie Malek Edward Klein Helen Conley Peter Residori Sammy Nichols Roy Nielson Theresa Kirby sf 5 55 x PS sv Q. Q S 55 2 1'- 4. if 3 E if Sf -4 35 Qc N, 52' Z 4 S 5 fi -:Q 5:1 .lf 12 fi 2 2- E Q I -S EQ X 3 33 5 5 52 5 'f f-I 'a 5 1. C1 Q 1 TS S S fi 92 FQ q, if? . .... ,... .... ..-A.,. .,... -.- ............ ..,. . .... .,,,. ,- .... M ,,,. ......., , , ,.., .. . ,.,. ., , ..,. ..,.. , .... ...,, . . .-,..- ....,. -A,...,.,.,.. .....,-.,. . ...9 5 is 53 L n E r E r 1. A fi 1 . Q , . E I 5 fin F' ii F4 9 5 5 r 5 9, s- xi -1 52 :e Ea 3 3 .2 , 'Q ., ,- E72 Seventh Grade ffiglzflz grade kwigiggwx f,f.K.-Y, ,U-, , L,,,,,w3 .f ,f..p,,i,,,f, . mn H Q .fm A 11, . i 1 C e 1 S se 23 as E2 -Q 4: if ,L ii S: 9. sf Pi 3' AI bf 'L if -4 5. E: S S ii 95 7 E 'Q 3 ss 5 3 is 53 ff rf 4. EN 1-- 'Ei kin 5 52 x F fi S Q fc 8 fi D- ,C 2 fi fe 5 6. 4 sw S ff. . N -Q . lr Sf in ,cf S U Sp ,, "wie m- Q Johnson, Corneglio, Lardi, Lenze, Smith Chapman, Macedo, Brooks, Zanello, Wilson Muzzarelli, Vigna, Jacobsgaard. Mack, McGurk, Sorensen Coach - Benny Wilhelm og A A . 3 a , l 0 " M nager Jr S rensen -'r . gg if Q .5j:Q:'.:X,X X. .Q :L offs ,, 'W Q 'Bef SW S ew: 2. e n ' w wf gk ,gg W An., .,f as " ,- ' gkaY'? . ' r 1 ' 7 5, ilqmik X w A , z, LL Vg' Zrofball S H ,ij . 'S W N -n ew igirfw . ,vi Q liiom M4 Coach Wilhelm, Mack, Vigna, Lutz, Jacobsgaard, McGurk Sorensen, Lardi, Muzzarelli, Hockinson, Sorensen B- WISH L. Scoggins L. Wren M. Monferdini "sandy" 2 Lenzi, Smith, McGurk, Jacobsgaard, Chapman, Muzzarelli Smith, Hayes. Bally, Johnson, Sorensen K. Louch J. Fieldman S. Hayes L. Horrie ..Becky.. Q K. LUTZ V. SORENSEN B. HOCKINSON GSW 56 vs. Reddick 41 H. IACOBSGAARD R' WILSON A P- ? " 5 D. MCGURK Gardner 35 - Braidwood 43 CVC Tourney gy, AY 6 I df' .3 I. LARDI B. MACK R. MUZZARELLI B. SORENSEN B. VIGNA gays ' gzzsleflfzl Nov. 27. Gardner was turned back by a slightly more powerful Wilmington quintet by a 39 to 30 score. The junior varsity whipped Wilmington 35 to 30. Nov. 30. G. S. W. visited Mazon. The Panthers overpowered the weak Mazon cagers both games. The scores were 50 to 32 and 48 to 30. Dec. 7. Gardner played host to Manteno High. The varsity won by a 38 to 32 count and the J. V. by a 27 to 20 score. Dec. 11. In a home game the powerful quintet of Odel community High overpowered our Panthers to win 57 to 48. The Ir. Panthers whipped their foes 34 to 19. Dec. 14. Gardner traveled to Coal City to meet the Coalers. G. S. W. was edged in a close overtime contest by a 42 to 40 count. The Jr. varsity overpowered Coal City 33 to 19. Dec. 18. A G. S. W, visited Reddick's new fieldhouse to trounce the Bulldog, 42 to 37. The Panther lightweights ran away from the Reddick Ir. to win 54 to 24. Dec. 27. In the Second Annual G. S. W, Holiday Tournament our G. S.W. Panthers were turned back by the Saints of St. Paul. The score was 42 to 40. Ian. 4. Our own Panthers and the Wildcats of Wilmington met for the second meeting of the season. Our Panther five was edged by a 3 point margin 47 to 45. I. V. won 40 to 27. Jan. 8. St. Paul of Odell played host to Gardner. The Saints won by a score of 60 to 54. The G. S. W. lightweights made 'it eight in a row by 2 points. 28-26. Jan. 11. Braidwood Comets vs. G. S.W. Panthers. Our boys played a stalling game against the powerful Reed-Custer five. The R. C. Conets emerged victorious by the margin of 2 points. 20-18. The I. V. was handed its first defeat of the season 32 to 29. Jan. 16. ln the second night of the C. V. C. Tourney our boys met once again the powerful Braidwood Five. G. S. W. was turned back 35 to 43. Jan. 22. Gardner traveled to Odell to take a thrilling contest, 51 to 47, from the St. Paul Saints. The I. V. five turned back St. Paul 51 to 45. Ian. 25 The Panthers easily turned back the Red Devils of Mazon High 55 to 22. In the preliminary contest the Junior varsity overturned Mazon 39 to 15. Ian. 29. Seneca High and Gardner High met in the latter's fieldhouse when the Irish over- whelmed the Panther five 68 to 38. I. V. won 39 to 36. Feb. 1. The Panthers set down the Coalers of Coal City for the first time in twenty-four matches. The Score was 47 to 43. The Jr. prep team won by a 40 to 31 count. Feb. 5. Panthers dumped Dwight 58 to 38 at Dwight. The Trojans were easily turned down in the varsity tilt. In the I. V. tilt the Panthers suffered their second defeat of the season. 46 to 39. Feb. 8. The Braidwood five visited the Panther gymnasium and emerged with a 56 to 46 victory. Jr. varsity avenged previous defeat 45 to 3'7. Feb. 12. Panthers played a non conference contest with the Bulldogs of Reddick. We e- merged in the victory bracket by winning 56 to 41. The J. V. did not play due to mis- understanding on contract reading. Feb. 15. In a conference tile the lrish of Seneca outlasted the- Varsity to capture a 54 to 46 battle. p The I. V.'s were edged 39 to 37. Feb. 19. Gardner traveled to Odell to meet the Rams. There were two over time periods with Odell making the final basket to win the game by two points. G. S.W.. 60. Odell 62. The J. V. 's won the preliminary 41 to 31. Feb. 22. G. S.W. Panthers visited the Manteno Panthers. The G. S.W. Panthers won by a score of 43 to 41 with two over times. 'I'he G. S. W. J.V. won the preliminary 54 to 46. sl-43 ef " 9 5 al .r 'I F: 'v f, K Q Q4 4 :Z ,. Q: -D- V 1 P P 25 1 4. 2 --: E D' fi 's a 53 35 2 ff 2 3 2 2 9: 2 2 as 6 2 9 ff '1- E .ff fx :ZZ 5 ,. Q ef :E 5. '4 0' J 'o .....M....,,A.......--..,..,.-..........,.,.,.-.......-......,........,..,.... ..,,... .,.,. .. ....N,N... ,A..... , .. ....,. . ... . .. , ,. J wfffffiffff-i?TY?2,2-W'?A2 5' - 'if P? fi f 'fmf juuiar 6145.9 Play The Jr. Play "A Ready Made Family" was presented on Nov. 18, and it was a huge success. Shirley Arendt, as the widow and Barney Vigna, the confused widower, were excellent. Kathy Lewis and Bill Sorenson were typical teenagers. The audience was kept laugh- ing by the antics of Joy Kisellus 1 as Little Gracie, and spellbound by the axe scene with Vernon Sorenson as Sammie. Judy Lutz was great in her por- trayal ofthe neurotic mother-in- law and Janet Brown was equally good as the attractive Doris. Miriam Jerus and Richard Muz- zarelli, as colored servants were es pecially good. The play was directed by Miss Wilda Fox. f 5 Seniofw ' The Senior Carnival was one of the activities which the Senior Class sponsored in order to raise money for their Senior trip. ALICE LUTZ and MABEL MORRIS ffirst prizej 0450 x I 1 li, 1, ff heshmcu On September 19, 1951, a Sen- ior Party was enjoyed by all. Enter- tainment was furnished by the Fresh men, who were being initiated. Dancing and refreshments were also included. Q Q Chapter Mother WILMA INGA LLS President ---- Vice President - - Secretary - - - Treasurer - - - Parliamentarian Historian ---- Reporter - - - Sponsor - - ZBA. - MARY LOU BALLY - - - LOIS KINGMAN SHIRLEY GAY HAYES - - - -JEAN SOWERS - - RHEA CHRISTENSEN - - - - LOIS WEBER - - - - - - LILA HORRIE EDITH S. JOHNSTON XWUU0 CWC! 7K XX I 3 Q. a 1 ' -In 4 kr' , Q ' -X Yffnlln-1" ,-4:41am Zed Richard Muzzarelli - - ---- President Richard Wilson - - ---- Vice President Donald Johnson - - - - Secretary-Treasurer Karl Lutz ---- ------- H istorian Barney Vigna - - - - Sergeant-at-arms A 'Xa .A The Boy's Athletic Club was organized for the first time this year for the purpose of promoting better sportsmanship among the boys. It has raised money by selling chocolate milk to the students at noon. After the regular season the club plans to sponsor a basketball game between a professional team and the Coal Valley coaches to raise money for new warm-up jackets for the basketball team. CRAFT f C I.. U B " k :ae ,Q ' l ' l ME X 6 6 CLUB Developing in the dark room. Camera Club Organized At Gardner High A new feature this year at Gard- ner-South Wilmington township high school is a Camera club. Or- ganized by and under the super- vision of Clyde B1ack,.the club re- cently met and elected officers as follows: president, Norman Sauer- weing vice-president, Tom Perkins, and treasurer, Richard Holm. This club will help take picture: for the annual and also learn a lit- tle about the producing of picturelt They hope to have each of the mem- bers learn the developing and print- ing of negatives. The club has d membership of 40. w N 5 'xl - X it J: ulllr 4 X MW 3 sm 3:1 7 1 wr 6? AJ. 1 Walewzfuze Dance Sponsored by the GAA February 14, 1952 I Jacobsgaard, Lutz, Sauerwein, Lenzi, Smith, Holm Allen, Christensen, Lutz, Perino, Lardi, Bally, Ulbrich Director - George Sauerwein Student Kauncil OFFICERS President ----------- ----- K arl Lutz Vice President - - - - - Mary Lou Bally Secretary ---- - - Harold Jacobsgaard Treasurer - - - ----- Jo Ann Lardi The Student Counci1's duty is to keep the halls quiet during classes and also to keep them clean. The Council has sponsored movies throughout the year to raise money for their trip to the convention, which is to be held at Peoria. nv' f ' X 5TUDENT COUNQQ, no . fini 'ff' f A --ww M , :A , Y. Wim-.' 'TQLh'i?Z."?'Si? J 1m......v-V. , W, K 4 W., W gljpgg 1 ,svq,::g. ,ft W xr.. www fr" 5 X ur' 2 1 , it .Qi 2 3 vi ,, P. x r.-. -. .1 -Q., I. Q .i .-.5 1 +V . f -A , .. A - x , x N ..-9,-,H X 1' -'. ..,.q,,g.5-- :ij , Nj f. .-k ' 5 K 153 Y' 12?,T"H?'f5'fi'fXfk 157-V " , ',"1-.5"V',"'K-ii' K w ,, .w , 5 I , , I ,g . R- X F - 1 ZE- '5 The following businesses have contributed financially to the support of this annual. SOUTH WILMINGTON Oxey's Tavern Dom's Service Station Pigeon's Place Dinelli's Service Station A. J. Berta Insurance Agent Cerutti's Tavern Callegaro's Store 8: Garage Romeo Mike Vota 's Tavern Menozzi Cash Grocery 81 Quality Meats Moon's Tavern Compliments of the Alma:-ee Amiens Post 1740 V. F. W. L. at L. Gift shop BEACEVI l.L.E Gardner Chronicle Hanks Dry Dock Toppers Dept. Store B. O. Jeffers 8: Sons Arendt 8: Provence ' The Riviera Aimone Cafe 8: Service Station Gray's Service Station Mainwarning 81 Company 6A'I2D N E12 Glasgow 's Restaurant Jack's Place Bulls Store Carter Barber Shop Sowers' Brothers Dr. C. E. Cumming Carolyn's Gift Shop Treasure's Welding Tri Oil Company Int Hout Poultry .Tiggie's Tavern Yatuni Ice Cream Ideal Mfg. Co. Dr. Palermatti Treasure Grain Co. Farmers Co-op. Elevator Co. of Dwight "Wade" 8: "Phil" Allison Insurance Agency Dunlap Service Station M. A. Hansen 81 Sons, J. H. Drew' Earl Fatlan Gen. Hauling Cy Sorenson Gen. Hauling, Phone 2453 1 i w A. W. Perkins Lumber Co. Treasure Implement Co. Gardner 66 Station Jim Morris Trucking C. Wise Garage Geo. S. Berglund John's Welding Service, Phone 2.193 Leo Scoggin Trucking Whee1er's Junk Yard Francis P. Lund, Phone 3691 OTHE125 Donald Valienti, Curtiss Candy Co. Bob Musser's Sport Shop Swannell Hardware, Inc. Kankakee Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Josten's, Jewelry and Stationery VE Uv qgiif wwf! ,wif no' ' I f ll ,, . vi! vu. ll ? , 1 ff? ' 4, I W" X Y 4. fikiie. :, g :na xifugx Q1 mf k s V0 4 0 V Lf is Q- Q x ' 5 4 myfmfwgdfdmubw SENIORS GF l952 ? Q 5 QM s -, Qkcuiy Hufagaahls 1 ,. W 'Q fl Lgfzzhfzf yfzffagxzfzhfs 'wt j e' 41 V If f ' + '4 l , .1 R " ul Q ' L 1 I Q , E z 4 si cgfuhfzl Hufagaahii E x Q lgvmi Q ? '. ffff f- Q , Q 2, ,..,,5-A. , . d w Y 4? . .Rx 'mf'-' p K 1 3 K 1 E, 2 v X 1' If f i , Q. 1 g , ,. i E. Q -..-L , ... . .. i A '34 A -.Q ' I 1 xi f V ' '- :sunr-


Suggestions in the Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) collection:

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 86

1952, pg 86

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 36

1952, pg 36

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 9

1952, pg 9

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 105

1952, pg 105

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 43

1952, pg 43

Gardner South Wilmington High School - Panther Yearbook (Gardner, IL) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 104

1952, pg 104

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.