Gilman High School - Owl Yearbook (Gilman, IL)

 - Class of 1935

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ar..:.ff -arse? f- ' "" '.sEva91-H-'f-ww 2'-ff-:.e-759.11-:Jaw-.ff?ff:-2552521111-Efriibfiffia5- : fs Ll ,...1 ,av GILMANIAN T9 3 5 LD NG C LMAN H CH SCHOOL BU Dedlcotlon Thus annual IS dedacated to Mr E H Bremer our prmcupal class advnsor and suncere frsend It as through hns unturnng efforts and careful :nveshgahons that the class IS able to put out this book It as In apprecvatuon of all he has done for us that the annual us dedlcated to hum 4 J V U74 me f X, fx ."?. ol' .f"" S? is fr of . X lf Q of Q all ' ll a ll , ' - -. lll'l'l l uf . X Z EN W f W2 Liz L G I X K MAIN ENTRANCE V v f' ' h 5 1 I I if ef f N F , j 'ffl rff "' 'lk -.- R71 X XX' F f 'ff 1- S' I--C'-' N- -7 'Qm J SN A N e ,'- 1 4' A TU Q ff N Xf h ff , X ,KZ f . fx XX High School Boord of Educotion Wlk 1.41 1, 1 Z., fr re. f Y 674' Ez! X YW ,, ' fy ' M - l , fl -N 1 -1 , I ' I - ,- V :fs .,, R Carl Frey, Louis M. a er, George Reighel 'll ll N Frank I. Mann, William Medendorp , J' il .1 .af A N, K fl il fax . il ll it l ' A , W llfl ii X, :XI ' A 7' rf' if x To the Board of Education we owe our sincerest gratitude and appreciation ol' af- f 1 I IIIII I ff! L y x.x f I0 XX E H BREMER Unuv of Chucago Ph B Prmclpal LUCIA CONNELL N B Ed FAY MILLER Unlv of Illmols A B and A M ROBERT SPELLMAN Bradley Poly ROBERT WALKER N B Umv of lllunoas Focuhy BESSIE ALFORD III Wesleyan B S Umv of Chucago M S Dean of Curls FOSTER MCCLELLAND S N U B Ed MILDRED PARKER Umv of Illmous KENNETH TARPLEY Univ of Ilhnous A B and A M VENICE WHORRALL Offlce Secretary X, V V 7" .. IIT 1? I " IIE Qffff N I IW I -.- A III --- II 1' f I If f . ,I IV I1 I QJ., I 7 IIS, .U, I. . . . ,T Q, -A ix Fx, 'And' L iv Eff 3 in f I, I, ' B.S. 'I X yIf 2 1' X 'T :XXX . TV as. ' H I P K 6 . .. - . -. V .f I ' I W I , Y , W Iw f' 'IW 1 S.l..S. ...Ed If 'M.s. I yL I1 , , ,A I ,ff if I if fy y . , Vf. I ' 6 Annuol Stott Advnsor Prnnclpal E H Bremer Edltor an Chlef Rhule Rider Assustant Edvtor Veronica Demers Bus ness Manager Arthur Relnltz Subscruptlons Gerald Whntted and Evverks johnson Art Edutor Lawrence Slemons Luterary Editor Elizabeth Sparenberg Athletlcs Marjorle Tracy and Harold Buss Photography Norma Albrecht junior Class Representatives Donna Walker and Fred Scherer Sophomore Class Representatlve Dorothy Classen Freshman Representatlve Mary Savoue ,J Y fl is 1 ,, A ."?. .XNQ if ,Fit , QW ff"4'f'.Z :H X elf rf Q l ye s o Q aaaaa aa A a. f J ff Axfl iyl ' All . . xl, la 7 rl, ! ER fi X ff! uf 4- l ll lf , X , L ff! f ll , J GQ ln Memorlom We da 'sax XM61 Q., r""" REMIE FORTIN MRS ROSA KRAFT MELVIN SOUCIE Remue Fortln was born as Beavervvlle llllnous anuary 5 1918 ln Sep tember 1934 he moved with hls parents to Cnlman where he entered hugh school as a freshman On February 5 he underwent an operatlon for appendlcutus I-le passed away at the Watseka l-lospntal February 17 at 8 45 Funeral services were held nn St Mary s Cathollc Church at Beavervulle at ten o clock Wednesday February 20 1935 Melvnn Soucne was born nn Ashkum lllnnols july 22 1921 He attended the Plato Crade School and In September 1934 entered Culman I-llgh School as a freshman Melvnn was taken to the Kankakee Hospital November 27 with appends cms He passed away there November 28 Funeral servuces were held In the L Erable Catholic Church December 1 1934 at ten o clock on Friday mornlng Mrs Rosa L Kraft a friend to all who knew her was born Aprll 11 1873 and patnently and effncuently labored nn our communuty especially an the an terest of the schools untul the time of her death july' 19 1933 Mrs Kraft graduated from Cllman l-llgh School with the Class of 1891 After her graduation she taught school near C-llman She was elected a mem ber of the Cllman Communlty l-llgh School Board of Education nn 1919, serv ang as secretary of the Board from 1921 to the time of her death How much she ns and has been mlssed none of us wall ever know She has flung the torch to us, may we hold It hugh and steady 8 S! 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L i le sf Sennor Stotnstncs NORMA A ALBRECHT Crescent Cnty 32 33 34 Class Presndent 34 Crescent Crntncs 32 33 34 Presndent Camera Club 35 Dramatnc Club 35 Student Councnl 35 Cast Call Me Early ALLAN ARENDS-Class Presndernt 33 Latnn Club 33 Student Councnl 33 F S A A 32 33 Cast Spooky Tavern 33 Lnbrary Staff 32 Orchestra 32 33 Basketball 33 34 35 Football 33 Dramatnc Club 35 G Club 35 Natnonal Athletnc Scholarship Socnety 35 LESTER BILLINGSLEY Tompknnsvnlle 33 Football 3l 35 Baseball 35 RUSSELL BURDICK F S A A 32 33 Dramatnc Club 34 Cast Mnss Cherryblossom 33 CHESTER BOOI-Cast Mnss Cherryblossom 33 Cast And It Ranned 34 CAROLYN BOWLES-Class Secretary Treasurer 32 33 F S A A 32 33 Dramatnc Cl b 34 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 34 Dramatnc Club Comedy Nnght 35 Glee Club 32 34 35 C st And lt Ranned 35 Cast Call Me Early 35 Natnonal Honor' Socnety 35 SYLVIA BROWN Basketball 32 33 34 Glee Club 32 33 Cast Mnss Cherryblos som 33 DOROTHY CARPENTER Marnon 32 Dramatnc Club 32 33 Dramatnc Club Secretary 33 34 G A A 33 34 35 Class Secretary Treasurer 35 ROBERTA CHEADLE Ashkum 32 33 34 Sophomore lunnor Plays 33 junnor Play 34 Basketball 32 33 OLIVE CLARK Vnce Presndent Class 32 F S A A 32 33 Presndent of F S A A 33 Secretary Treasurer Class 34 Glee Club 32 G A A 34 35 Latnn Club 33 Natnonal Honor Socnety 35 WILMER CONDIT Thawvnlle 32 Freshman Play 32 RAYMOND COTTRELL Watseka 32 Manager Football Baseball Basketball 32 33 Glee Club 35 F S A 3 G Club 35 Latnn Club 32 Cast a Eary 35 VERONlCA DEMERS St joseph Semnnary Kankakee 3l 32 33 Treasurer Class Basketball 33 Post graduate 35 PATRICK ELLIOTT Crescent Cnty 32 33 34 Basketball 32 33 34 35 Football Baseball 32 33 34 35 Vnce Presndent Class 34 Natnonal Athletnc Scholarshnp Socnety 35 Cast Call Me Early 35 ROY EVANS Saybrook 32 33 Football 34 35 Baseball 32 33 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 34 EVELYN GOLLER F S A A Secretary 32 33 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 34 Drama tnc Club 34 Glee Club 33 Latnn Club 33 Cast George nn a jam 32 CHARLES GRlLLS Palestnne 32 Neoga 33 Basketball 32 33 34 Baseball 33 34 ELIZABETH HANSON Ashkum 32 33 34 KATIE HARRISON G A A 32 Latnn Club 33 Glee Club 32 34 HAPPY HARTLEY F S A A 32 33 C Club 35 Megaphone Staff 32 33 Latnn u 33 asketball 32 33 4 ot al 3 35 Base a 3 34 35 Football Captann DOROTHY HENNING- Crescent Cnty 32 33 34 Crescent Crntncs 32 33 34 EWARK 1 IOHNSON Danforth 32 33 34 Class Presndent 33 Basketball 32 33 KATHRYN IOHNSON Ashkum 32 33 34 Basketball 32 33 Plays 33 34 WESLEY KRAAY Danforth 3l 32 34 Vnce Presndent Class 34 Plays 33 34 Oratorn cal Contest 34 Latnn Club 35 RUTH MERKLE Vnce Presndent Class 33 Secretary Camera Club 35 Vnce Presndent Drama 35 Glee Club 32 33 4 G A A 32 33 35 Dramatnc Clu 3 35 u dent Councnl 33 34 35 Cast MISS Cherryblossom 34 F S A A 32 33 Cas George nn a am 32 Megaphone Staff 32 33 Dramatnc Club Comedy Nnght 35 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 34 Latnn Club 33 Lnbrary Staff 32 Volleyball 32 Bas e all 33 34 35 Cast Call Me Early CARNIE A MIZE Football 34 G Club 35 ELLA MORRIS Kankakee 34 Latnn Club 33 RAYMONDOKEEFE Brandwood 32 33 34 Class Treasurer 34 Basketball 32 33 34 EUGENE ORR Crescent Cnty 32 33 34 Basketball 33 Thns Page through the Courtesy of Dr C H Condnt N, v - V - .. 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I I, l I2 X1 Senior Statistics DELMER PERZEE Danforth 32 33 34 Class President 34 Basketball 33 34 Class Play 32 33 VINCENT PETIT Ashkum 32 33 Ba ketball 32 33 34 Ba eball 32 33 34 EFFIE PERDUE G A A 32 WILLARD RABIDEAU Danforth 32 33 Football 33 34 Baseball 32 33 34 G Club 35 Basketball 32 33 34 ARTHUR REINITZ F S A A Vice President 32 33 Consul Latin Club 33 Vice Press dent Class 34 President Student Council 35 President Honor Society 35 Megaphone Staff 32 33 Library Staff 32 Cast Spooky Tavern 33 Gilmanian Staff 35 Cast' George in a lam 32 All State Orchestra 33 34 35 Dramatic Club 34 35 Orchestra 3 io in ontest 2 Music estiva 3 Latin Club 33 Camera Club 35 Operetta 34 35 Student Council 33 34 35 Cast Call Me Early 35 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 34 RHUIE M RIDER Crescent 32 34 Holy Family Academy 33 Class Secretary Treasurer 32 Vice President 33 Secretary treasurer 34 Basketball 33 Dramatic Club 33 Glee Club 33 Crescent Critics 32 34 Secretary treasurer 34 Play 32 33 Gilmanian Staff 35 Assistant Librarian 33 35 Student Council 35 Assistant Cheerleader 34 Cast Call Me Early 35 ROLAND SCHLEMMER Crescent City 3l 32 33 Basketball 3l 32 33 34 Baseball 3l 32 33 Class Play 32 Post graduate IRMA SIEMONS-Danforth 32 Latin Club 34 Glee Club 32 33 34 35 National Honor Society 35 Class Play 32 Music Festival 33 34 LAWRENCE SIEMONS Danforth 32 33 34 Basketball 32 33 34 35 Class Play 34 Track 34 Gilmanian Staff 35 ADELINE SISKA F S A A 32 Operetta 35 HERMAN SMITH Danforth 32 33 34 Class Plays 32 34 Latin Club 35 Cast Call Me Early 35 ELIZABETH SPARENBERG- F S A A 32 33 Cast George in a lam 32 Megaphone Staff 35 Library Staff 33 Music Festival 32 Latin Club 33 LESTER STAME President Class 35 Football 32 33 34 35 Captain 35 Basketball 32 33 34 35 Captain 35 G Club President 35 Orchestra 32 Student Council 35 DORIS STAUTER F S A A 32 33 Glee Club 32 33 34 Cast George ina lam 32 Latin Club 34 FRED STERRENBERG Crescent City 32 33 34 Basketball 32 33 34 Baseball 32 33 KARRIN THOMPSON Chatsworth 32 Track 32 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 34 ELMER TAMMEN Danforth 32 Basketball 32 33 34 Baseball 32 MARJORIE TRACY G A A 32 Secretary 33 President 34 Glee Club 32 33 Orchestra 32 33 34 Volleyball 32 Basketball 33 34 35 Captain 35 Cheerleader 34 F S 33 Latin Club 35 Gilmanian Staff 35 Library Staff 32 33 French Club 32 Music Festival 32 33 Commercial Contest 33 34 Assistant Coach Basketball 35 A A 32 33 National Honor Society Secretary 35 Megaphone Staff DELMER TRUDEAU Ashkum 32 33 34 Basketball 32 33 Baseball 32 33 34 Track VINCENTR VOIGHT Ashkum 32 33 34 Basketball Baseball 32 33 34 Basketball Captain 34 Class Reporter 32 GERALD WHITTED Class President 34 F S A A Vice President 32 Treasurer 33 Cast George in a am 32 Cast Spooky Tavern 33 Dramatic Club 34 35 Dramatic Club 34 35 Dramatic Club Comedy Night 35 Cast Three Taps at Twelve 3 Camera Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Vice President Honor Society 35 Megaphone Staff 32 33 Gulmanian Staff 33 Orchestra 32 33 34 35 French Club 32 Library Staff 33 All State Orchestra 35 Latin Club 33 Student Council 34 Commercial Con tes 33 Cast Call Me Early 5 This Page through the Courtesy of Dr C M Marberry My sb 1 X, H011 XX Rf .ZA- X 1 J Y fl-9 1 - , 5 s , , g s , , . 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I --f fllyc 642 fl GQ f Sensor Closs Hsstory ln September I93l a group of freshmen entered the assembly through the west door and made a dash for back seats Very few of them were suc cessful however as there were only a small number of back seats Marsan Stephens was elected pressdent and Msss Muller was class sponsor Because we were freshmen we had to have some partses rsght away Dursng our freshman year we started the F S A A a dramatsc club under the dsrectson of Msss Kertes lt was also dursng our freshman year when the Megaphone was started Other than thss our freshman year was uneventful When we entered school sn the fall of l932 we felt Iske we knew more about everythsng than the freshmen The Freshmen certasnly were green but I guess we dsdn t realsze lust how green we had acted when we were freshmen or we wouldn t have felt so supersor Allen Arends was elected pressdent of our sophomore class Nothsng of smportant happened dursng thss year At the begsnnsng of our sunsor year we elected Gerald Whstted for press dent of the class Dursng the year we presented the play Three Taps at Twelve Most of our tsme dursng our junsor year was spent sn maksng money for the sunsor sensor banquet The banquet was a bsg success besng gsven sn gypsy style Msss Connell and Mr Treado were class advssors It was wsth a feelsng of prsde that we came back to school sn l934 We were sensors now' Lester Stame was elected pressdent and Mr Bremer was our class advssor We gave the play entstled Call lvle Early Ssnce we were now sensors we hadn t the tsme for partses that we dsd when we were As the tsme for graduatson drew near we felt a thrsll of pleasure and prsde and yet we had a feelsng of sadness We hope that the lower classmen wsll apprecsate and love our school as we have as we now surrender our place to the sunsors I-lomecomsng The fsrst homecomsng of C-slman Communsty Hsgh School was held on Frs day November 9 Thss homecomsng brought back fsfty three of our alumns who expersenced a pleasant and ensoyable get together Bussness houses closed sn the afternoon for several hours and most of them entered sn the mammoth parade staged sn the afternoon The parade went around town and then to the hsgh school where a receptson commsttee greeted the homecomsng guests After the parade reached the hsgh school a stunt show was gsven by varsous members of the hsgh school student body The numbers conssdered of noveltses an dancsng acrobatscs dramatsc presentatsons mussc etc Fol lowsng thss a receptson tea was gsven for the alumns guests Everyone spent a delsghtful hour wsth thesr schoolmates of the past The ensoyable event closed wsth the annual football clash between Gslman and Onarga Hsgh The game was the fsnal battle for both teams and was won by Onarga I3 O A prelsmsnary game was played between the freshman squad and the grade school team Through the untsrsng efforts of Mr Bremer thss reunson was trsed for the fsrst tsme sn the hsstory of our school lt was such a success that we hope to make our homecomsng an annual affasr Through the Doywsth cs Sensor Yes Mother l m gettsng up rsght now sound to my ears Yes Mother I m getsng up rsght now Ten msnutes later I arrsve down stasrs rubbsng my eyes and looksng as though I had seen better days and nsghts too Thss however ss only the Thss Page through the Courtesy of Dr E V Henderson N, V - V I .xg-1' , ,. .' . . ., , ll, ' . U - ' - . s- sit 'T ' t I I Mg A 1 . . i . . ' is .- U'ff xl I ,, ' . . ' . . '. . sl' T I--'-'N freshmen. U I t 1 ' --Y . I. . A - . 5 Q . . . . , .- I s e r 1 s ' 6 ' . . . , I . ' . ' Q ' . V .. - Q my . . . w - M 5, Il . ' . H . 'qw I fl - , I . y, - , ,L ' y 15 1 . Q 'I r f , I - I .I H .I I I .H f I! ' . . . V I4 begsnnsng of the better day for thss no how dsgnsfsed sensor I fsnd that after gettsng ready for school there ss no tsme for breakfast so I grab myself an apple or perhaps a cookse Ipeanut butter cookses are my favorste vegetablel and take off for school I have a psle of books usually that reach to my chsn but you don t see any of these good Iooksng I?l hsgh school boys gsvsng a poor lsttle sensor a Isft do you? Wslmer Condst passes you up lske he dsdn t know you from Eve Elmer Tammen sometsmes doesn t even wave at you and Roger Buckner s eyes never leave the road but the poor boy ss concentratsng so what could you expect? After strugglsng wsth the arm full of books for about fsfteen msnutes I arrsve at school I often wonder why the heck they dsdn t busld the school out another two msles It would be a most enjoyable as well as healthful walk every mornsng and after walksng st for four years one should be sn perfect health should one not? Here we are at school' Then I go through the regular routsne of combsng the hasr and powdersng the nose Then by that tsme st s tsme for the bell and I scram upstasrs to the assembly I sst there a whole blessed forty msnutes and wrste shorthand by the page Ah the bell rsngs st ss now 9 IO Central Standard tsme and you are lsstensng to statson C C H S at Cslman Illsnoss lor are you lsstensn hmmn?l Then thss would be dsgnsfsed sensor gets up out of her seat and qusetly walks down to clothsng class I sst there and so and so for two persods Then another free persod What Il I do' What II I do Oh I remember Coach gave us some questsons to wrste out for csvscs today so I guess I d better get myself busy for a msnute or two and wrste down somethsng anyway even though I know nothsng' Good Frsend Sensor that dsdn t take long Now you can look around the assembly for a whsle or per chance you d lske to concentrate on some deep smpendsng problem Iwsth what' wsth what'l Fsnally the bell rsngs and now my ksnd frsends st ss I I I9 Central Stand and lssten to Coach rave about present day polstscs land what a bad condstson our country am snl and almost go to sleep Saved by the bell however and then we eat' Doesn t st seem a shame that we have only one hour I58 msnutes to be exactl for a lunch persod the most smportant and that we have SVP. hours for school' Now when l m the Pressdent thsngs wsll be dsfferent you watch and see' Anyway at I2 55 we re all back Isstensng sntently to the announcements etc Then to shorthand and typsng for two persods of torture and take st from me underclassmen when you get out of there you feel as though you had been to-shorthand and typsng class You ve often heard that you should save the best tsll the last haven t you? Sensors always do the conventsonal thang' But we often wonder as we meek ly pass snto the Englssh IV room the esghth hour who sn the heck sasd that After esghth hour there are always outssde actsvstses glee club dramatsc club or somethsng every bst as unsmportant Or sf there ss nothsng else to do I can always type for an hour or two Iconssdersng there s absolutely noth sng else to dol About 5 30 or 5 45 thss studsous lsttle sensor turns her footsteps toward home sweet home Supper ss on the table lust stchsng to be et and so we all 8 It After supper sf there ssn t play practsce or somethsng lske st I can go skat sng or or or or maybe I study MAYBE Anywhere between 9 and I2 30 I start gettsng sleepy and so as the occasson may permst l get myself snto bed and sn almost no tsme the sand man has come and sprsnkled so much sand Inot smokel sn my eyes that I can t see to count sheep and so at last I s eep -CAROLYN BOWLES Thss Page through the Courtesy of Dr A I. 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X , 2:4 "- 1 f l ZH' I log .lunlorStc1tustucs BARBARA BEYER DORIS BOOI Basketball 33 34 35 Latln Club 34 EVERETTE BOUGHAN Basketball 33 Cast The Tun Hero 35 Dramatac Club 34 35 3 Bo s ee ub 33 3 Latm C u 3 34 Cast Mass Chcr ryblossom 34 Cast And It Rauned 35 HAROLD BUSS Baseball 33 34 35 Football 35 Student Councll 35 Boys Clee Club 33 34 Latun Club 34 Secretary C Club 35 RUTH CLASSEN Basketball 33 34 Cast The Tm Hero 35 Operetta 34 33 Orchcs 35 Dramatuc Club Contest Play 35 THOMAS CROMWELL Latun Club Praetor 35 Radao Club 35 MADELINE DEMERS St loseph Seminary 33 Latun Club 33 34 Gurls Clee Club 33 Cul Manlac Staff 35 FREEDA MARIE DETRICK Basketball 32 33 Clee Club 32 33 34 Muslc Festuval 33 Operetta 34 35 Cast e Tm Hero 5 C A A 32 Cul Manuac 35 Camera Club 35 Latnn Club 33 EDNA FREITAC Vuce Presndent 33 34 Latin Club 34 CERTRUDE C-ERDES Latun Club 33 Cast The Tm Hero 35 One act play contest 35 MARGARET GILES Latln Club 33 Basketball 33 Camera Club 35 Cast The Tm Hero 35 CLYDE CILLESPIE Ashkum 33 Basketball 32 Dramatlc Club 34 35 ELIZABETH CILLESPIE Ashkum 33 C-lee Club 33 34 35 Dramatuc Club 35 FLORENCE COLLER F S A A 33 Student Durector Cllee Club 33 34 Drarnatuc Club r 33 35 C-lee Cu BASIL HAMILTON Football 33 34 35 Baseball 33 Operetta 34 Cast An lt Rauned 35 Latln Club 34 Clee Club 35 IULIA HERRON Orchestra 33 34 35 Clee Club 34 Operetta 34 Latln Club Consul 34 G A A 34 35 Secretary Treasurer 35 Dramatnc Club 34 35 Presudent 35 Cheerleader 35 Camera Club 35 Natuonal Honor Soclety 35 County Musnc Festuval 33 34 35 CHARLES HITCHCOCK Football 33 34 Cast The Tm Hero 35 Raduo Club 35 A LOUISE KERSEY Rossvulle 6weeks of 32 Orchestra 33 34 35 Cvlee Club 33 Basket 33 34 35 C A A 33 34 35 Vace Presudent 35 Muslc Festrval 33 34 Secretary Treasurer 34 Latnn Club 34 consul Operetta 34 Dramatvc Club 35 Natuonal Honor Society 35 Cast The Tm Hero 35 Student Councul 33 35 ROSELLA KNOCHEL ALICE LUND Clnfton Style Show Play MARYBELLE MARBERRY Basketball 33 3 35 C- 33 3 35 S A Drarnatuc Club 34 Clee Club 33 34 Megaphone Staff 33 Cast The Tun Hero 35 Cast Spooky Tavern 33 Dramatuc Club Comedy Nnght 35 Musuc Festnval 33 Cheerleader 34 35 Cul Manuac Staff 35 Student Councrl Secretary 34 Cnlmannan Staff l-IERSCHEL MARTIN Football Basketball Baseball 33 3 35 S A 33 Cast Spooky Tavern 33 Cast The Tun Hero 35 Contest Play 34 Operetta 35 Club 34 Westlung Club 33 34 C-lee Club 33 34 Student Councul 33 34 Thus Page through the Courtesy of Henry C Ryan Ryan s Barber Shop X, V' V 'i lllf f p ' I lr - w v v A V ' 1' Q - ' ' I ' f' 'J - 'Q 2" ' 1 ' '.' 1 , fs' F.S.A.A.'3g y'Gl Cl ','34,',Sg ' lb'3,' 3 :"' - I 2 Z .. l .., A "' fa ' , 'sf' 3 I I, '35, '34," 1 ' ' ' '. 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If I, , if I I8 X "A X Jun1orStot1st1cs ELFREDA MEENTS Danforth 33 34 Class Presrdent 33 Lal'1n Club 33 Clcc Club 3 C A A 35 Vlce Presudent EBRON MIZE Football 32 34 Basketball 32 33 G Club 35 ROBERT MORROW Football 32 3 Baseball 32 Opcrctta 34 Radio Club 33 4 Westl1ng Club 33 34 Crlee Club 32 33 SARAH NANCE Latun Club 34 HAROLDOKEEFE Bra1dwood 33 34 Basketball 34 35 Latun Club Consul 33 WILADENE REITZ Basketball 33 Clee Club 33 34 35 Opcretta 34 Cast And Ramed 35 Latln Club 34 x SCOTT F S A A Cree u FRED SCHERER Class Pres1dent 35 Football 32 33 34 Basketball 32 33 Dramatlc Cu 33 4 Student Councul 32 34 Camera Club 34 Lat1n Club 34 F S A A 32 Pa s 33 Cl Manuac Staff 35 Cast The T1n l-lero 35 Dramatrc Club Comedy Nught 35 Operetta EDWIN SENC-Roberts 32 33 34 Cast nd t a1ned C Club 35 Radro Club ROSEMARY SWEENEY Class Treasurer 33 Vlce Presndent 35 Presrdent Iun1or Cnrls Con erence 35 Basketball 34 3 C A A 33 4 Dramahc Club 34 S 3 33 34 35 Glee Club 33 Cast The T1n Hero 35 lVlus1cFes1va 3 35 Assrstant L1brar1an 34 Megaphone Staff 33 DONNA WALKER Clee Club 34 Latnn Club 34 Basketball 33 34 Class Presldent 33 34 35 Student Counc1l 33 34 35 Presrdent 33 Secretary 35 Cast The Tun Hero 35 Camera Club 35 Megaphone Staff 33 Secretary Class 35 Dramatnc Club Musxc Fest1val 34 Gul Manrac Staff 35 VERONICA WALLACE Cl1fton 3l 32 Latun Club 34 35 IOSEPHINE WERKAU Crrls Clee Club 33 34 35 All State Hugh School Chorus 35 lroquons County Musuc Festrval 33 34 35 Cast Muss Cherryblossom 34 Cast And lt Rarned 35 lroquous County Musuc Contest 35 Student Counc1l 35 FRANCIS WILSON Football 34 And at you can keep your head when everybody around you IS losung h1s then 1t IS vcry probable that you dont understand the s1tuat1on Old Mard Has the canary had :ts bath yet? Servant Yes ma am You may come un now The manager rn an elrte restaurant was horrrtred when a patron tued h1s napkm around' hls neck Call1ng a boy he asked hum to make the gentlemen understand as tactfully as he could that such thungs were not done The boy approached and asked seruously Shave or ha1rcut s1r7 Mr Walker I1n chemustryl How are lead WIYSS made? Clyde C1llesp1e That s easy Take a wrre and lead It around then 1t rs a lead wrre Grandma jackson and her young grandson were r1d1ng on a tram Grandma had dozcd and uddenly she sat up What was the statlon the conductor called? she asked the boy l-'le d1dnt announce any statnon he lust put hus head an the door and sneezed Get the bundles together qurckly sa1d grandma Thus IS Oshkosh lvl1ss M1ller Everyth1ng l say to you goes nn one ear and comes out through the other Vernon Strough ls that why we have two ears3 Thus Page through the Courtesy ol Palace Theatre. X f OZ if ol' Sf xl! ff f f Y ,359 , . . . . ff X -4- . 1 , : . 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' -H' Q1 I My I I -- 2 -W fr' th ,lf 1: M ' ' H lr l f V r 1 I 3 X !ll 19 y , 1 2 f f ' f fl lv A leg .lunuor Closs Hustory ln September l932 lne smartest freshman class that C C H S has ever seen or ever wull see clumbed the staurs and selected theur seats on the west sude of the study hall How doth the busy luttle fly Improve each shunung munute9 He Suts upon the freshman s head And wonders what us un ut No one wondered what was un our heads The others knew by our actuons that we held an excessuve amount of gray matter We were so smart that none of us got unto the wrong classroom or stood up when asked to recute The freshmen gurls learned the culunary arts wuth the help of Muss Alford The whute sauce was often lumpy one demure luttle lassue had to make sev eral pues before hers had reached perfectuon and two other gurls played catch wuth some buscuuts but nevertheless we had a good tume whule learn ung to cook Several of our classmates were elected to uoun the F S A A quute a few were reporters for the Megaphone and many of the boys went out for foot ball and basketball Our Curls Basketball team won second place un the Inter class tournament There were forty two of us and under the guudance of Donna Walker as class presudent Edna Freutag vuce presudent Rosemary Sweeney secretary treasurer and Muss Muller as class sponsor we sauled through our freshman year wuth no mushaps Mrs Burke was our class sponsor untul she moved away and then Mr Tarpley took her place lulua Herron was the class presudent Edna Freutag vuce presudent and Louuse Kersey was the secretary and treasurer fudent that we could steer the uunuor shup Thus year we are the smallest class un the school there beung only thurty nune of us But don t worry' What we lack un quantuty we make up un qualuty We are a fast and peppy bunch and really keep thungs buzzung around the school Our class play The Tun Hero was a whuz Many people saud that ut was the best uunuor play ever guven un C C H S whule some saud that ut was the best play every guven un Culman They were rught too' Thus year chemustry and typung seem to be the two chuef gruevances of the uunuors Some of the students have guven theur hard earned money to buy new lab equupment that was broken un chemustry If you want to see what tempers some of the uunuors have lust come to the typung room Some count to ten whule others tear theur haur lt s really most dusgustung to make a mustake on the last word of a perfect page Wuth Fred Scherer as class presudent Rosemary Sweeney the vuce presu dent Donna Walker the secretary treasurer and Muss Connell and Mr Mc Clelland as class sponsors we are plannung to guve one of the buggest and best uunuor senuor banquets Next year we wull be senuors and we hope that we wull have as faur weather un saulung the shup Senuor as we have had un past years The followung people un the class have been together sunce the furst grade Barbara Beyer Everette Boughan Freda Detruck Margaret Cuules lulua Herron Charles Hutchcock Marybelle Marberry Rosemary Sweeney and Herschel Martun Thus Page through the Courtesy of Culman Lumber Company N V - V 2 f ,u , a ff f u ' - 4 ff ll' - 'Zi ' ' ,S ' , 'lf . . - I -Q Q J! Y, A . ' . .. n . ' , .xl . ' . ' . UM X .. ,. . . . ' . . - nl F F A ' F V -J-'T . I - . y. . I - ... Jr . . . . , f ' 1 l fb After conquering Caesar and learning geometry theorems, we felt coru- l K t . . . I I- l F F - I . ,- 9 1 . , u . . . flu ' W A A W W A A A X ' a 4 ' . ' . 1 ff, Q . I 1 ll . -' li . . ' X if . . . . I V I .lf ' . X . . X 4 20 X J Y Fomilior Scenes cmd Faces ,ff iff P th N ,329 , 'f wi if ff' f2,V,f, ' V I f 4 7 fi W gif? X ,f N ff V -A- xv H3- , W. X," 13 67 ,Y 'f 31443 -W W- '10, nxrlw' P fl f MIL Th gthgh CtyfFrrIBk jig, -I , . J? f f 1 t ll illl 9 it' 131 L l lay Sophornores Class Advisor lvlr Kenneth Tarpley CLASS OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer Roger Buckner The sophomore class for the year l934 35 is composed of the follow ne members Stanley Arends Mildred Barney Lucille Borchers Elizabeth Bremer Mary Brown xoger Buckner Robert Burdick Robert Cherry Dorothy Classen Gladys lane Classen Gladys Mae Classen Doris Coyne l' rnicc Dunn Evelyn Eimcn Gilbert Frerichs Delores Cioldenstein Leslie Hartke Ve nicc Hartley Mary Helen Haubach Eldon Kimmel Robert Long Delbert Mize Charles Nims Helen Noy Phillip O Neal Wilma Robinette Elizabeth Roush Wallace Schaumburg Stanley Seng Lola Sharp Raymond Shear Delmer Short Dorothy St Peter Laverne Strasrna Arlene Tammen Vernon Tatro Ada Fay Tharp Wayne Trobaugn Lillian Wallace Lamont Wasmer Russell Werkau Esther Wycoff Cicorge Zachgo This Page through the Courtesy of L lvl Walker Coal and Crain X, V' V Zi i' 7 3 li fk I 1 1 'tt fl Z .V '.,,' fs. 'f - Y T 1 "- x ' I l 5,4 f . tfff XX ,T LE' ', President: Delbert lvlize Vice President: Dorothy Cla cn 'll Q - 3 . U dd 1 V 1' X 'T l 3' X - . , Q K 6 ' r ' - , - 9 JI R P A S ' 'rt W fe A L Xflli' S If . l. X1 f N f I t lx ' ' ' V 22 X 1 7 X Sophomore Closs l-llstory ln our freshman year we had forty two members an our class Wuth Mlss Muller as our advasor the followlng offlcers were elected President Stanley Arends vlce presudent Dorothy Classen secretary treasurer Luculle Bor chers We held a Hallowe en party an :ce skatung party at Scherer s pond and a pucnuc at Tnmberlawn We had many members at each of these affanrs and everyone enjoyed hnmself nmmensely We were promnnent ln scholarshup athletlcs and extra Currucular actlvutles our sophomore year wuth forty three members and Mr Tarpley as ad vusor we elected these offucers Presndent Delbert Muze vnce presndent Dor othy Classen secretary treasurer Roger Buckner Our parties thus year have included a treasure hunt an the fall and an Aprul Fool s party At the close of the year we are going to have another prcnuc We have kept up our good record an the same things In which we excelled as freshmen We are Iooknng forward to our junlor and sensor years and are hopnng to have a bugger and better class Think It Over A curcle ns a straight lnne goang around an empty space Have you heard the one about the grandfather clock nn Pennsylvanla that had tucked so long the shadow on the pendulum wore a hole un the back? Our Idea of a pacufust as the man who wall not even accept mrlltary brushes as a gift Seersucker ns a maternal wlth a cruppled surface Ivory IS a valuable product of Afruca lt comes from the wuld elephants and as used to make soap Heard In school newspaper School Board Served on New Dishes What does a bat do nn winter? lt splits If you dont oll at Snmlle Vanlshed wlthout trace luke a glove IH a movne When Mt Vesuvius erupted Pompen was covered wuth larva Maybe the reason so may laws are passed us to allow for breakage To Englnsh IV students Toupee or not toupee sand the bald headed man That as the questuon A blizzard ns the unssde of a hen Th s Ptge thr ugh the Courtesy of Trobaugh and Son J Y If! Rf is 1 X I . . ' . W- l 3 -' 'V l Lf iff! I 1 ' ' . 1 - . ' - f y . ln i U .' , , ' . ' " l ' ' . ' ' 1 1 f W- K. fy x HQ' . . f yr , ' . ' ' l ' l . . , -f . . . ,X , . . I . . ' . . .4 In M yr It . I .. V-, . - llxl Y . . . . . tl Q l 23 . ,ffl . gif! , ll rllll l Xxx ts L P Freshmen Class Advusor Mlss Fay Muller resldent Harold Classen Vnce Presldent Mary Savole Secretary Treasurer Ethel Suska X, V Ll? pre T 'lll lr ,X X X-C41 l"f -- T T 1 '- I llff tl GT ' at my ' 1 ' ' : ,Laji in Il: -.. - Z The members of the freshman class of l935 are as follows: X 'll J . . T . I 5 D X wld . . 1' X T' L ' :Y X - ' ' ' at 6 G ' f- 'lr ji. I A , Q 5 , I , . jf, . , , . , 1, fr h V f f- ' I v- ! 24 X 'Q 7 pl loy lessue Barney Yvonne Bremer Mary Brown Robert Burduck Marshall Cassxdy Robert Cherry Harold Classen Gerald Clouse Ivan Condxt Delbert Cottrell Vernon Cottrell Bernard Coyne Belva Demers George Detrlck Evelyn Ecker Howard Ellnott Frances Eppesteln Raymond Evelsrzer Elizabeth Falke Robert Fordyce Margaret Fortln Dorothy Frerlchs Verna Freruchs john Gules Dolly Gnllesple Earl Goller Wllllam Grills Alrce Hale Margaret Hamilton Martun Hanson Leona Hanson George Harrison Leslue Hartke Clnnton Hartley Charles Hartman Edna Hulgert Robert Hull George Hudson lames Hudson Cathernne Keath Lawrence Knochel Ardene Kraft Ruth Marne Kraft Agnes Mapes Charles Ohler Madelrne Ong Leroy Pence Marvin Redenlus Sylvla Relnltz Lee Reynolds Ruby Roberts loe Rubin Margaret Savore Mary Savole Roy Serlmg Eddue Schroeder Ethel Sxska Ruth Sterrenberg Fred Stout Vera Strough Vernon Strough Wullram Tracy Donald Werkau lane Whltmer Vlctor Wllson Melvin Soucue Remue Fortrn Thus Page through the Courtesy of Gilman Motor Company Plymouth and Chrysler Freshmen Closs History Two boys Remue Fortun and Melvun Soucue dued of appendscutus The freshman class sent altar cards as theur token of fruendshup and sorrow Melvun Soucue was the football team s mascot so the boys of that team acted as pallbearers at hus funeral He dued the day before Thanksguvung November 28 l934 Remue Fortun was an actuve member of the class and was luked by all wuth whom he came un contact Some of the boys of the class acted as pallbearers at the funeral Remue dued Sunday evenung February l7 There are now suxty fuve members un the freshman class The week after school began we voted for class offucers Harold Classen was elected presudent Ethel Suska secretary treasurer and Mary Savoue vuce presudent Our class also voted for a member of the student councul Verna Freruchs was chosen to take that posutuon Most of us felt rather out of place at furst but now we feel quute at home The class for the most part can now be looked upon as a credut to the school not just because of the large enrollment but because of the scholarshup as we Our class members have taken part un many of the school actuvutues unclud urug Clee Club C- A A Dramatuc Club Curls Basketball Boys Basketball Football and Baseball The freshman party was held February l4 l935 un the hugh school gym nasuum The party proved to be a bug success and everyone enuoyed humself The day beung St Valentune s Day the refreshments were un harmonuzung de sugn and colors Muss Muller the class advusor had charge of the freshman assembly un Aprul The commuttee decuded on two short comedy stunts whuch were not unstructuve but appropruate for freshmen FIRST WAS a BABY SHOW un WHICH sux of the largest boys were babues and sux of the smallest gurls were the proud and boastful mothers The other stunt consusted of verses from mother goose Sux freshmen who umpersonated mother goose characters told uokes un rhyme about people un the school A large number of the freshmen took part un the operetta whuch was held Aprul l2 l935 Vuncent Vougt Next to a beautuful gurl what do you consuder the most untercstung thung, the world? Delmer Perzee When lm next to a beautuful gurl l dont bother about statustucs Muss Parker Delbert can you defune nonsense? J Y I fi jf' O Sf Delbert Cottrell An elephant hangung over a cluff wuth hus taul tued to a dausy X A Wullard Rabudeau lto garage rnanl Do you do repaurung here? Carage Man Yeah but we DON T do manufacturung The celebruty looked at her sadly and saud Madam l regret to say l have never attauned my boyhood ambutuon And what was tt? Madam my greatest ambutuon was to throw an egg unto an electruc fan Thus Page through the Courtesy of larvus s Cvage f f ' A l ' I I - fix' X . I . 3 . . ' I ,X ' . ' ' I ' , . lf 4 V 4 I Z. 7 ! 1 1 - uu. ' -TBC!! ,V . '-.. ' . l ' . , y l.. A l u . I U gl XX V . I . ' ' . . QQ' . . . . . , - 1 ' . . ' Mfrs , , , .. V l 'fl - In u . A .... . . al u 1 " , , :U x - I 1 f Q. N guxlj, ut ' - .fl YI- l ll I -' ' ' ' ' I" l . . if I fy 25 . I I ll . IQ!!! f I 1 l tlll N S 9 X 121 g fl J! leg Colendor by Months SEPTEMBER H1gh School opened Grade School opened Freshman Sophomore party Hoopeston football game home Elect1on of cheerleaders Marybelle Marberry and lulua Herron Watseka football game away OCTOBER 5 Dramatlc Club Assembly Sauce for 26 the Coslmgs Forrest football game away M1Iford football game home East Central D1v1s1on Teachers meeting C1bson C1ty football game away Momence football game home NOVEMBER Rantoul football game away All School Party Onarga football game home Homecommg lunuor Class Play The Tun Hero 24 State Musuc Festnval Hugh School Conference Latun Club Party 30 Thanksglvung vacatvon DECEMBER Cullom basketball game away Cnssna Park basketball game home Paxton basketball game away lroquous County Musnc Festlval at Mnlford Mnlford basketball game away Momence basketball game away Chrustmas vacatnon IANUARY 8 Iroquous County Teachers meetnng Donovan basketball game home Onarga basketball game home I6 l7 I8 Semester examunatuons I8 Sheldon basketball game away 25 Thawv1lIe basketball game home Assembly Presentahon of Flag Amerucan Leguon speaker Capta1n Bnttlnger 3l Mr Tarpleys Maruonette Show FEBRUARY l 2 lroquous County Basketball Tour nament 9 lroquons County Basketball Tour nament Freshman Party lroquons County Teachers lnst1tute Onarga basketball game away Watseka basketball game home lunror party Dramatvc Club Comedy Nnght MARCH Loda basketball game away Reverend Decker Assembly State Play Contest Watseka State Musuc Contest Watseka Reverend Morrow Assembly APRIL Arbor Day Program Operetta And lt Rasned 22 Sprlng vacatlon un1or Assembly Iroquous County Track Meet MAY Senuor Play Semor Assembly Orchestra and Glee Club Assembly lunaor Senuor Banquet Fnnal Examlnatnons Baccalaureate SCYVICCS Alumna Reunuon Grade School Commencement H1gh School Commencement Th1s Page through the Courtesy of Hugo Nomellum s Sweet Shop N, V V ll ,, S , . 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A- .lx ' 28 X rg 7 X - Junior Ploy JUNIOR PLAY CAST Dlrector K 1 Tarpley Mademouselle Bardonu A Louxsc Kersey Douglas Charles l-lltchcock Adelaide Ruth Classen Mrs Goodyear julia Herron Bunny Wheeler Herschel Martvn Vuctorla Margaret Gzles Mrs Baxter Warner Freda M Dletruck Grace Gertrude Gerdes Baxter Warner Everett Boughan Vlrglnla Ferguson Donna Walker Spuke Ryder Fred Scherer Annette Rosemary Sweeney lMarybelIe Marberryl JUNIOR PLAY The lunnor play The Tun Hero a farce un three acts by Charles George was produced on the nlght of November 16 under the durectnon of Mr K I Tarpley Charles l-lutchcock took the male lead the part of Douglas Goodyear a very tnmnd young man who had to learn to become a very great swnmmer un two weeks lulna Herron had the femme lead, the part of Douglas s mother a very forgetful and gossnpy woman julua gave ut admurable characteruzatnon The slster part was played by Gertrude Gerdes wlth unumltable charm Donna Walker played opposute Charles ln the lead role of hrs trance Everette Boughan and Freda Marne Detruck were Mr and Mrs Baxter Warner The most of the wlse cracks were furmshed by Bunny Rosemary Sweeney Adelalde Young by Ruth Classen Vuctorna Esmond by Margaret Gules and Mlle Claudette Bordonu by Louuse Kersey Fred Scherer as Spnke Ryder a champuon swnm mer furnnshed a conflnctlng force to the drama The play was full of deep human nnterest' wlth nothlng strauned nothung forced Fred Scherer and Nell Peacock served as productuon crew Thus Page through the Courtesy of Scherer s Meat Market . 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Lyffy If 1 N V v 'TE to alll 135 gl f fff log Dromotic Club DRAMATIC CLUB COMEDY NIGHT February 28 l935 the Dramatnc Club held a comedy nught under the dlrectron of Mr Kenneth Tarpley The musical prologue was played by Ruth Classen Between plays lulua Herron gave an Interpretatuon of The Congo a study of the Negro Race Humorous readlngs were glvert by Rosemary Sweeney The plays whuch were given were Three s a Crowd The Revolt and Two Gentlemen of the Bench Donna Walker Ellen Mary Savone Elmer Fred Scherer Mr johnson Charles Hitchcock The Revolt Paulune Ruth Merkle Grandma Gregg A Louuse Kersey Susan lane lones Carolrne Bowles Kate Marybelle Marberry Grace Yvonne Bremer Edlth Verna Frerncks Ida Vernuce Hartley May Margaret Savoue The Ideal Husband by Hnmself Two Gentlemen of the Bench Madame Carewe Ruth Classen Frances the luttle maud Gertrude Gerdes Ronald Van Tale Gerald Whltted Barry Baldwln Arthur Reanltz The Thyrsus Dramatuc Club organlzed un l926 has been conducted tor the purpose of studylng the technlc ot amateur dramatlcs The following club offrcers were elected this year ulna Herron presndent Ruth Merklc vuce presldent and Donna Walker secretary and treasurer Mr Tarpley IS the sponsor At the meetings whnch are held every Thursday at 3 O6 appropriate reports and demon stratuons are given by the members Thus Page through the Courtesy of Herft jones Company jewelers 7 5 l A, ff r' 4,2 f ,J rf X M, tiff E, E T l 'T x ' I l 9,4 f' . 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Bosebcull l935 The furst nught of baseball found about eughteen boys tryung out for the team The furstq few weeks were devoted maunly to battung practuce and fundamentals but due to the con tunued cold weather the team wasnt allowed to have much real hard practuce Several unter squad games were played to aud the boys un team play New suuts were purchased thus Year and they have created no Iuttle enthusuasm At the start of the season the followung boys were playung Rabudeau and Hartley putchers Elluott catcher D Werkau R Werkau C Crulls W Curulls Seng Long and Bullungsley unfuelders Buckner D Muze Roy Evans R Shear and Hamulton outfuelders The furst game played showed that the team was un need of practuce Later the games showed a decuded umprovement and uf the good work contunues we wull probably have a successful season FOOTBALL BANQUET The senuor gurls held a banquet on Tuesday November I3 l934 for the football squad and theur dads and ut us hoped that un the future the gurls wull contunue to do so Decoratuons of course were un keepung wuth the occasuon The large centerpuece consusted of football goal posts wuth a large football so large that as someone so aptly expressed ut lt looked luke a baby blump Each table had small unduvudual goal posts and footballs The color scheme carrued out was red and blue our school colors Everyone had a good tume at the banquet uncludung the dads Speeches were guven by four members of the squad Lester Stame captaun Harold Buss the captaun elect Happy Hartley and Allen Arends Other speeches were given by Dr R A Buckner and Coach Spellman Later Dr Buckner gave a bug feed for the team at hus cabun at Tumberlawn Most of the squad were called upon for speeches as were the teachers who were present The squad w ll not soon forget these two bug treats of theur football season Thus Page through the Courtesy of Kreeb s Grocery X, sf fgy ru ful 'A " -A he ee ee ffyr 7 11 Tr T f N so u 'V' 1 yy 4, ' 1 1 E , . i , . 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Tlu l ff' ' ly K If , u ffl A 'lu 40 "G" Club Sponsor Coach Robert Spellman Presudent Lester Stame Vuce presldent Harold Buss Secretary treasurer Charles Grills C- CLUB MEMBERS Lester Stame Ebron Muze Herschel Martin Patruck Ellnott Wayne Trobaugh Francns Wulson Delmer Perzee Fred Scherer Wullard Rabndeau Charles Crrlls Raymond Shear Allen Arends Carnue Muze Basal Hamilton Lester Bnlllngsley Roger Buckner The C Club whuch was started by Coach Spellman consnsts of all players who have recelved a C un any sport The C Club was formed on the Monday followmg the Foot ball Banquet The offucers whuch were elected were Lester Stame Presvdent Charles Calls Secretary Harold Buss Treasurer After the offacers were elected Mr Spellman suggested that the boys get G sweaters Most of the boys have thenr sweaters and those who do not have them as yet untend to get them at the earluest possnble opportunity The boys are very proud of theur club Thus Page through the Courtesy ot Schleefs Garage f Y ifaff XX 1 ,-'-' f,'I fi if 2-.,-a, s-, s,s,,, M ,T s f 'ff fy T I ll! 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I f Intro Murcul Chompuons GIRLS INTRA MURAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT The furst game of the tournament was played by the two freshman teams The wunncr was Freshman A by a score of ll to 9 The freshmen were later defeated by the sophmores by a score of I6 to I3 The champuonshup game was played March 8 between the sophomores and a muxed uunuOr and senuor team The uunuors and senuors won by a score of 29 to I4 Marybelle Marberry was hugh pount gurl wuth 20 pounts Those who made the most pounts on the sophomore team were Vernuce Hartley and Luculle Borchers The freshmen teams played a seven munute consolatuon game between halves Referees Martha Mann Helen Noy Tume Keeper Eluzabeth Bremer FRESHMAN A TEAM Luculle Borchers Dorothy Classen Captaun Vernuce Hartley Mary Helen Haubach Dorothy St Peter Arlene Tammen Esther Wycoff IUNIOR SENIOR TEAM Dorus Boou Dorothy Carpenter Oluve Clark Ellen Fancher A Louuse Kersey Marybelle Marberry Ruth Merkle Rosemary Sweeney Margorue Tracy Captaun FRESHMAN B TEAM Mary Brown Gladys janet Classen Gladys Mae Classen Captaun Helen Noy Lola Sharp Ada Fay Tharp THE CHEERLEADERS Last September at an assembly program whuch thc enture school attended the cheerleaders were elected Marybelle Marberry was re elected from the prevuous year and another was to be elected Four people trued out Russell Burduck receuved thc hughest number of votes After Russell left school lulua Herron took hus place because she had receuved the next hughest number of votes A schedule was made whuch gave a pep meetung to every organuzatuon Although the attendance at games was not so hugh those who drd come co operated well wuth the Cheer lcaders Thus Page through the Courtesy of Mulford Varuety Store v N, V H v ff I' T' I ' u ,I 1,17 I T Q ,j,Lf tf f 'gl' I 'v s.- ' ,lm "- M . 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X ,Q 7 42 0 x Girls' Athletic Associotion Lucille Borchers Carolyn Bowles Elizabeth Bremer Yvonne Bremer Mary Brown Dorothy Carpenter Roberta Cheadle Dorothy Classen Gladys Mae Classen Ruth Classen Olive Clark Bernice Dunn Sponsor Miss Bessie Alford Vice president A Louise Kersey President Dorothy Carpenter Secretary treasurer julia Herron C- A A MEMBERS Evelyn Ecker Evelyn Eimen D rothy Frerichs Verna Frerichs Margarette Fortin Dolly Gillespie Alice Hale Vernnce Hartley julia Herron Kathryn johnson A Louise Kersey Ruth Marie Kraft Marybelle Marberry Ruth Merkle Madeline Ong Sylvia Reinitz Wilma Robinette Margaret Savoie Mary Savoie Lola Sharp Ethel Siska Dorothy St Peter Rosemary Sweeney Donna Walker f Y ,F9 flig IX f ,,, fn lane Whitmer Calendar of Events for this Year The Gilman C A A was organized in December l929 by Miss Pauline Knapp the state -fw- sponsor of the girls The girls belonging to this organization have always taken an active part in state activities such as Play Day and Basketball Telegraphic Tournament 'X September l934 Freshmen Party September Hike September Hike September Party Membership Drive September October 3 Hike October l3 Play Day at Onarga November l4 C- A A Breakfast at School X-' December 3 Beginning of Basketball Season February I8 i933 Starting of T T Practice February l3 G A A Breakfast at School March l Assembly Program Basketball game March ll Freshman A and B Teams played first game of B B Tournament March Zl Sophomores player lr and Sr Teams for final game of Tournament March l8 Telegraphic Tournament March l9 Freshman A and Sophomores played second game of Tournament May ll Play Day at Sheldon Miss Bessie Alford coach and Miss Martha Mann assistant coach and referee have helped us wonderfully Miss Dorothy Carpenter is president of the C A A This Page through the Courtesy of Dixon s Garage I 1 . 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