Gorham High School - Gorannum Yearbook (Gorham, IL)

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Our hope for the futufe is that we may help mKeep 'em Flying,n mKeep 'em Roll ing,N mKhep 'em Floating5n nKeep 'em March ing,n to a speedy and conclusive allied -Y-1.0-T-QQRQY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X XX XFXXXXTJ XXXXX X XXXXX, Rebert KocnCSD ton But?1erfo:r'dCJ5 P. J. DemstcrCS5 Edware ReamesCJP Geneva Dunn CSD X Velma BTUSYICJD X X XX X :XXX IW H X X X X '-5 J X f Billy Gale Cs? XC, X X X Jn R. crainfw X X f X , X X EQ' X Lufla Jane CrainCS5 X X X XX X XCX X X Berna Lee McCleland CJD at X X XT X , CS5MaI'gaI'et X. McNeXllX X X X CSDMBTY Etta McElroyX , X X Y X X V . Leefiosenberger' CJD CSDLouise Gregersen X X X ' X Nelda KranawetterCJD CS3Pansy Crain . Betty Stephens CJD g----- X Uv X A Regeta VogelCJ5 CSDJohn Claussen J X X CSN-lagdalene Reames X X H ... 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Dorothy Qgughgr April 9, 1924 Secretary of Freshman Class '395 Foreign Correspondencee Club '3Q3 Athletic Association '39-'4l3 Chorus '39-'42g Chor- us Contest '40-'41g Orchestra '39-'423 Senior Pley '42, Ruth Bggjshew , December ll, 1924 '42g I41-. Honoroble Vention"?9-'AO5 Vonitor '40-'4l5 Library Club , Foreign Corresronvence '39g Athletic Association '39- Chorus '39-'425 Chorus Contest '40-'Aly Orchestre '39-'42g Activity Cueen '41g Athletic Associetion Door Keeper 'Alg Lieutenent of Stuoent Patrol '4l5 Gorannun '423 Assistant- Librarian 'Alg Variety Program '4l3 Intellectual Teen '4l-- CTvying3g Heao Librerian '42g High Scrool Treasurer'42. H2225 Bust Fav 22, l9?4 Orchestra '393 Honor Roll 'AO5 Junior Pley '42. gill REELS? June 249 1924 Athletic Association '39 -'42g Baseball '30-'42g Chorus- '?9-'4Og Basketbell '39-'425 G. Fen's Club '425 Fresioent of Chorus 'Al-'425 Gornnnum '42g Vice Fresieent of Athletic - Association '42g .Track 'AO-'41. Egbert Choate ' June 19, 1923 Baseball '30-'4Og Basketball '30-'42g Fountain Staff '42 Qghn Qlgusggn August 30, 1924 ' Chorus '30-'42g Athletic Association '40-'425 Library H Club 'AO-'425 Gorennum 'A2. Norma Qlgnienin Merch 29, 1G29 Foreign Corrosponoence '39g Chorus '39-'AQ5 American His-- tory Teen '41 Clntellectuelbg Chorus Contest '40-'4l3 D.AQR. Delegate '42: Fountain Staff '42. .-- A ..-.......-........., J 1 1 i i 1 3 4 3 5 '- 3 1 I 1 5 i .1 1 1 -i i Y: I 15 ti V P r l 1 I i 1 l i E L..1,,,l , Eensy Qrain August 9, 1923 Foreign Corresponcence Club '39g Honor Roll '39-'42gHonor- able Mention '39-'42gFountein Staff '4OgLibrary Club '41-'42, Stu6ent Patrol '4l3 Intellectual Team '41gPresi6ent of Senior Class '42g Monitor '42, Gorannum '42g High School Treasurer - '40, Chorus Contest '41g Variety Program '4l5 Chorus '39-'42 2.Q. Qemster October 11, 1924 Baseball '39-'42g Basketball '39-'42, Athletic Association '39-'42g Library Club '415 Track Team '40-'4l3 Presicent of - Junior Class '4l5 Honorable Mention '4lg ,C. Men's Club '42,- Library Club Presicent '41g Chorus '39-'42g Orchestra '39-'42 Chorus Contest '40-'4lg Gorannum '42, August 29, 1922 Malls Ellis! Chorus '39-'41, Monitor '4Og Library Club '4l. Qevena Dune June 4, 1922 Student Council '39g Athletic Association '4Og Orchestra - '39-'425 Dramatic Team '39-'4Og Chorus '39-'425 Junior Play - '41g Senior Play '42, Monitor '42. Geoegia Esisl March 28, 1924 A Chorus '39-'42, Athletic Association '39-'41, Library Club '41, Secretary of Senior Class '42. Eill Gale Foreign Corresponcence Club '395 Basketball '39-'42: Base- ball '39-'42, Athletic Association '39-'42g Gorannum '42g G.- Men's Club '42, Presicent of Athletic Association '425 Chorus '40-'42, Vice-President of Freshman Class '39. Qeeeee Qele February 25, 1924 Athletic Association '39-'4O. . Qemee Qele June 21, 1922 Athletic Association '40, Fountain Press '42. Leelee Qeegegeee March 31, 1926 Chorus '39-'42, Chorus Contest '40-'4l5 Fountain Staff '40 Junior Play '4lg Athletic Association '39-'42g Library Club - '41, Monitor '423 Orchestra '39-'423 Gorannum '423 Honorable- Mention '42, Senior Play '42. 16 i Eileen Heins February 2O, l92u Foreign Correspondence Club '39, Chorus '39-'42, Athletic Association '39-'42, Chorus Contest '4O, Library Club '41, Egbert Kggh September 22, 1923 Algebra Team '39, Geometry 1 Team '4O C3rd.D, Honor Roll- '39-'4O, Honorable Mention '39-'40, Locker Boy '40, Student - Council '40, Vice President of Student Council '41, Athletic - Association '40-'42, Baseball '39-'40, Basketball '39-'4O,- Foreign Correspondence. Club '39, Fountain Staff '41, Sec. - of Welding Class '42, Editor Gorannum '42. Mary Etta McE1ory February 27, 1924 4 Foreign Correspondence. Club '39, Athletic Association '39- '42, Orchestra '39-'42, Chorus '39-'42, Chorus Contest '41 , Pep Band '40, Student Patrol '4l. Margaret Ann McNeill March 21, 1925 Foreign Correspondence Club '39, Athletic Association '39- '4l, Chorus '39-'42, Chorus Contest '41, Orchestra '39-' 42 Gorannum '42. ggnq Harold "Mink" iaaqken october 12, 1924 Basketball '39-'42, Baseball '39-'42, Track '4O-'41, Chorus '4O-'42, Athletic Association '39-'42, Library Club '4O, Vice- President of Orchestra '4O-'41, Orchestra '4O-'42, Soloist-2nd DiV.State '40, Soloist-2nd Div.'4l, Pres. Sophomore Class '4O, Monorable Mention '41, Junior Play '4O-'41, Senior Play '42, Vice Pres. Chorus '41, Business Manager Chorus '4O, G. Men's- Club '42, Co. Captain Basket Ball Team '42, Fountain Staff '4O Gorannum '42. Joe Mosehenrose September 22, 1924 President of Freshman Class '39, Freshman Play '39, Soft - Ball Team '39, Athletic Association '4O-'42, Honorable Mention '41, Honor Roll '42, Track Team '4O-'41, Intellectual Contest- '4l, Baseball '4O-'42, Monitor '42. Evelvn Newfarmer November 24, 1923 Chorus '39-'42, Fountain Staff '41-'42, Chorus Contest '4l. Jim O'Daniel May 3, 1924 Athletic Association '39-'42, Businessn Manager 'of the Fountain Press '42, Pres. Welding Class '42. . 17 f' ' " Y' " 'W' Carl Qean Peters July l9, 1924 Athletic Association '39-'42g Honor Roll '39-'425 Algebra l- Team '395 Basketball '40-'42g Library Club '4O5 Geometry l Team '4Og Track Team '4l3 English lll Teamg Sec. HGH Men's Club '42 Chorus Contest '4lg Vice Pres. of Chorus '42g Orchestra '39-'42 Monitor '42g Gorannum '42g Chorus '39-'42. Walter Porter September 10, 1922 Chorus '39-'42g Orchestra '39-'42g Chorus Contest '40-'4lj - Track Team '4Og Athletic Association '4l. x V Imogene Bednour September 28, 1925 Q Athletic Association '39-'4lg Foreign Correspondence Club - P '395 Chorus Contest '49-'4lg Chorus '39-'42. I Lola aohifing y Nas' 3, 1925 Intellectual Team '39-'4l3 Foreign Corresponoence Club '395 , Library Club '40-'4l5 Vice Pres. Senior Class '42g Monitor '42g Stu6ent Patrol '4l. p , Vera Bogifigg January 24, l924 Foreign Corresponcence Club '39g Stucent Patrol '4l. Cecil Saul June 27, 1924 Foreign Correspondence '39g Carrier for paper Staff '39-'4Cg Honorable Hention '4lg Monitor '4O5 Chorus '40-'4lg Athletic - Association '39-'4l5 Sec. Stucent Council '4l5 Editor Fountain- Press '42g Mineagraphcr of paper Staff '4l. Q Bobert Vogel September 6, 1922 ' Athletic Association '39-'4O3 Orchestra '29-'423a Fountain - Press '42. Lula Jane Crain - Athletic Association '39-'42g Honorable Mention '40--'4lg - Chorus '39-'42g Junior Play '4lg Nonitor '4l-'425 Senior Play- '423 Variety Proaram '4lg Chorus Contest '4l5 lst. in District- Elk's Essay Contest '4lg Gorannum '425 Athletic Association - Door Keeper '42g Stuoent Patrol '4l5 Lieutenant of Girls' Patr- ol '4lg U,' - ' ' L - I E 5 18 L44-44 aaaa Aaswnwksnnsalniin cumin. r.r. -i-iLL.iLlii... -lnlmli -..,..--., flmpn' ggi! Q... .L-Q-'-.1 YK f - if 1,3 5 4 ff 'j If VV , ff 74,1 . , z 'ff' 72540-mes,l L,-Nfy C.-ff 11' - ,jf"S- is Q 'N' We f --Q.. We, the Seniors of the GCHS class of '42, legally, yet absent mindedly, do hereby, will and bequeath to the Senior Class of '43 what we have acquired through these four years of joys and hardships. May all gifts be received gratefully and be used wisely or---otherwisely. Dorothy Boucher --- giggles to Regeta Vogel Ruth Bradshaw --- affection for the boys to Ruth June Smith. Homer Buck --- some of his height to Ikey Rutherford. Bill Butler and Margaret Ann McNeill --- jellying in history to Louella Hamilton and Bill Qualls. Bob Choate --- way with the women to Mark Shields. A John Claussen --- chewing gum and paper-wod shooting to Warren Taylor. Lula Jane Crain -f- romantic attitude toward history to Veneda McLaughlin. - Pansy Crain --- long curls to Magdalene Reames. Geneva Dunn --- excess weight to Velma Brush. P. J. Demster --- ability to woo to J. R. Crain. Marie Dilday --- dancing ability to Sylvia Saul. lf ' V Y Afgmgny-W A A algal- ,V I E. 1 ,......-- "' N Georgie Estel --- ggr to William Glenn. Bill Gale --- freshmen girl to Jack Rader. Ernest Gale --- bashfulness to Harold L. Clendenin. James Gale --- liking for the Yankees to Ed. Reemes. Louise Gregersen --- some of her heizht to Berne Lee McClelend. Robert Koch --- ability to stay uh nights to Clarence Arbeiter. Mink Manken --- Model A ford to Ted Phillips. Joe Moschenrose --- blonde heir to Lester Stueve. Evelyn Newfarmer and Eileen Heins --- quietness to Nelda Kranea wetter. Carl Dean Peters --- affection to Virginia Lee Rosenberger. Walter Porter --- trip to Murphy to Letty Stephens. I Lole Rohlfing and Norma Clendenin --- smiles to John Paul Mc- Elroy. Vere Rohlfing and Imogene Rednour --- noise to Marjorie Weather ford. Cecil Saul --- teaching ability to Junior Jarrett. Mary Etta --- Writing letters to Joan Kessel. Bob Vogel --- blushing to Chester Brown. N Jim O'Deniel --- ability to play bass fiddle to James Korendo. 20 Jn 95 f 5 ,I 559 I2 N J I ID w KU 2 lf 9 . . si it if-U9 'SS-Q f The famous notes of the G,C.H.S. Symphony Orchestra were scattered by the winds to the far corners of the earth. Once again they are returning to play one more selection at the re- union of 1952, ' As the time draws near, they are,eseemb1ing from their various positions in the world: 6 -HEY .w, LQ' Homer Buck fab? , fhv x .sf:f?3fQ!2:5F! , uTake Me Back to Coloradou 'g WJEi?3Af'4 O Broncho Bustin' Buck is speeding by train from the HHBH Ranch in Colorado. A fZ ,53 0 fNBfN5iJ' 6x,N'M. Evelyn Newformer 'Q i:TL,y F Joe Moschenrose Q4f7QX?!,xkQ53!Q nWhat'chn Know Joe?H .... -, ---- HSweet Evalinau ' The Moschenroses are stopping as they return to their HOld Kentucky Homen. They are homewnrd bound from the 1952 Olympic games where Joe won first place in track. ,H ' V X . " W Vf' ff " rx, iLTxixQjj W r 'dggfpf V V NNw9EEIli Dorothy Bogiggg kEQLi?f O . ,, . 'T""T "f ' ,,, nSt. Louis Blues! ---- - - HI was 'Maid' for youu ' Mary Etta McElroy, owner of, Mariettofs Paris Fashion Solon, is flying from her home inlet. Louis. Dorothy Boucher, her assistant, is making the trip to the reunion with her. 21 -,-. -..Q ,." -Q . M,x if .ana Qianiei , ,V A , ly AYQQLL " 392222 29521 egQL!5lffiQ?y' ., X "Two Hearts That Pass in the Night" 5'W"D'q .Jim O'Daniel, the noted heart specialist fmore special on ladies' hearts than othersD is coming, He is bringin'his faith ful assistant, Robert Vogel, with him. N XE xX KFQT .4 hu her.,-ffarar an rgraig-.i fQGq5?p n - . y X l kg? L'6N'hW Happy Days Are Here Again' ' N'o-91 Miss McNeill has been promised a few days off from her work as the private secretary to the president of the Johnson Wax Co. She will bring as her special guests, the famous radio comedians Fibber McGee and Molly. ,X Qeasziza .Qiaiia WSE! if I, ' vi X, HPianoVConcertoH A Geneva Dunn is arriving from St. Louis where she is em- ployed by the broadcasting station K.M.O.X. She may be heard each Monday through Friday at 7:30 pounding the 'key board on her own program. Bill Gale :mf'r mm- Mmm -- "Keep 'em Flyin' " . Bill Gale is flying in his private plane to the reunion.He is engaged in piloting B--l9 bombers in the United States Air Corps. - hfawlffgg fWQgY fjiiluq 'xjv,i,p Boll 2995292 fyhnq LM' Lania-2 f Y nMoonlight Serenadeu A UWhen the Moon Comes Over the Mountainn P.J. and Louise are coming together, P.J. is now director of the former famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. He is very good on that trombone. Louise is his world famous soloist.m rg G1 c .Qarl N4i'7t-frfeg i nSweet Jenny Leen XKNSENXXXE .Ui R N L3 Word has been received that Carl Dean Peters is coning 22 , A ,J if his latest case can be cleared up right away. He is famous lawyer practicing in New York. He is specializing 1 divorce suits. V-jQm,' ' ,qX'f2a as - , ra- ,a1f', 4 ULF 'W f l.32 Jggxzalgg Nxaly Q3N?1 . G ,I ,,- L release -fe+ ,V , X HCalifornia Here We Comeu Vera and Lola Rohlfing are flying from Hollywood, Vayafg latest picture HGlamor Girln has just been released. Lola is her publicity director, y X. L Walter Porter ,J cr,.ah nSweet Genevieveu .Walter is coming to show us all the new medal he fihas .,.. received for selling the most 1952 Fords so far wthis year. Dilday y ' ' I fx- If X is f Cecil Saul ,f V HA11 This and Heaven Toou ---- HI found my Thrill on 'Hog' Hill" We imagine Marie and Cecil will get together and compare notes. They are teachers now. Marie is the art instructor at S.I.S.T.C. Cecil is teaching at G.C.H.S. He is 'the sponsor of the Gorannum and Fountain Press. f' ,-,r1a,fJt' K 'J f', f,J- hftAYQ, mmm mm iyff -, ir, r Vlfvig II , V -,nv If 't ., ,QQ-7-14 if T - ' A ff 1' ,fy Lula LED? CI'al1'1 f ,.. -1,5 , , 1 fy gr, I """"' """"""' """""' , I ' I H J 526 t' - . wc UCarclessU ----- HI love to Watch the Moon Lightf255 Koch and Lula Jane are driving down from Springfield. Bob is employed as a State public accountant. Be sure your accounts are perfect. Lula Jane is the head librarian in the State Library. .4 Q'-f 1 games. Gale 5q,s4x:Q375QPf gwy J ' ,e 1 r- .,,... Y- ,.m-fWwf UHOW Ya Gonna Keep 'em Down on the Farm.NM fa' ' James will also be there. He runs a big dairy farm in southern Illinois. Gorham is furnished with his Vitiman B milk. 23 1- .J 3J!H John C1aD.'5-ggg gf -., it 'T' 4 Ki HOh How I Hate to Get Up in the MorniUg1'J Johnny has been granted leave from his army post. He is in the Meohanized Motor Cycle Squad. 1 if , , 9 we Ruth Bragshaw X feels ,J -,Xg . " ',W'f f Hgrma Qlendenin Ke.fg5 I "Angels of Mercy" ' Ruth and Norma are coming from Mayo's Clinic. They have just been advanced to the position of hea6 nurses. 1. - Hs.1.ris.1 -. ffl 1 1 e- 1 "Y 2 Imogene Rednoug TFools Rush Inn ----------- HNickel Serenadeu Eileen and Imogene are to arrive by train from HChicagQ Eileen is the Manager-of the UHeinTs Beauty Shopee. Fat is the overseer of the waitresses at the Forum. mi anier. "L W XX 6 2 , fl, XB 'xg Xen' Ernegt gale 'laef HTake Me Out to the Ballgamen- - - - HHaven't Time To Be a Millionaireu Bill will be one of the happiest persons at the reunion. He will be found telling his experiences as a catcher for the Brown's. They have just won their first league pennant in 1952s Bill is bringing Ernest with him. He is employed at the Curtiss Air Craft Co. as an electric Welder. . r , . f v John Harold HM1nkH henxen Yfyyk -..-. -.--....-.- -.-..-.- . --...-.---- 5 X I l 1 1 1, f2?:sX'f17 j ' UGood for Nothing Mink as usual is to be the life of the party. He is now sole owner of one of the Daniel Stores XXX !, , ' aah Quests 9 L 'Uef Q.L..ra.1a ,semi 'f fi HJeepers Creepersu ----- - HYou Can Depend On Men 24 T T V A Bob, the Presicent of Choate Jeep Craft Co. is coming bv private Jeep. Georgia, his private Secretary, is to accompany hlm' Ctxmx V 151-d -. . gy' , , ' i ......m5.u.. . E-Hvvvgi UWhat Woulc Shakespeare Have Said?H im"J Last minute wore has been receivec from the summer home of Pansy where she has been resting. She is a very famous poet. Her latest writings can be purchased at every boox store. The title of the volume is HMy Memories of sG.C.H.S.H XiiiiiiiiikiiiiikiikiiXkiikkiikkikiiXXX?ikkXYXXXXXiiXiYiXXXXXX XXXXXkfkiiiiifiWXYXXXXXYXXXXYXXWXYXWiiiikiiikiiiii XXXiXkXXiXXXXiXkXXiiiiiiikikiikiii President '---- ------- --------- Pansy Crain Vice-President ----- ----. ..... - - -Lgla Rohlfing Secretary and Treasurer ---- ........ - Geoygia Estel CLASS COLORS Red White V Blue CLASS FLOWER Red Rose KCLASS MOTTO UWe'll find a Way or Make one.U 25 H.-, , ,- N A. , l gy 1 .r A f A f . Q!! xx! fix X5 if , it -sf ,X .Xxx I NX x f CQ! if 2255 5317 gfifixwf l 1 Q 'V .L.. iq V' A Q" P' 3 jd 'N xv 42 .ill-J....- VE: ,V... Z.: -:::. nat Adwwv: Dorthy Frances Boucher ------ - - -Deer Fluttery Butterfly Ruth Bracshew ------------------ Raving Beauty Bill Butler ------------------ Blowing Bubbles Homer Buck -------------------- Heart Breaker Robert Choate --------------- - - - Rocking Chair John Claussen ----- Norma D. Clendenin- - - Lula Jeno Crain ---- - - - - Jittery Critter National Biscuit Company - - - - ------ Little Juicy Coe-coo Pansy Crain- - ---- - -------------- Petty Cake P.J.Demster ---- C- ---------- -Puddle Jumping Demon Marie Dildey ----- - - ------------- More Dough Geneva Dunn ----- - Georgia Estel ----- Bill Gale ------- Ernest Gale ------ James Gale ------- Louise Gregersen ------- Eileen Heins- - - - - - - - - - - Robert Koch ------ Mary Etta McElroy- - - Margaret Ann McNeill- - 'minkn Manken- ---- Joe Moschenrose- - - - Evelyn Newfarmer- ----- Jim O'Daniel- - - - - - Carl Peters ------ Walter Porter ----- Imogene Rednour ---- Lola Rohlfing ----- Vere Rohlfing ------------- Cecil Saul ------------ Robert Vogel ------- 26' - - - - - - - - - - - - - Great Dreamer - - - -General Electric - - - - Bethering Girls - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Easy Going - - - - - - - -Just Good - - - - - - - Lotisa Gab - - - - - - Eager Helper - - - - - - - -- - - - - -Rarely Kissed - - - - - - - - - - - Marking Every Man - - - -Mild and Mennerly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Minus Money - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Just Me - - - - - - - -Ever Near - - - - -Just Ordinary - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Ceres Plenty - - - - Willing Partner - - - - - - - - - - - imitating Rooster - - - - - - - - - - - - f Lot's1 Riggin - - - - - Very Romantic - - - - - - Sigur Smoker - - - - - Rarely Vicious , 1 -4 --A WW 44-A-x...,rNa-L., ' x , NN N ,sail fini, . . , ' I lv ,aol-, f XIJOV7 f sl X Xff . x if f ilu, S I: N KD 532, lifaesvjf PLAY cxf, N M M A 12 Y, 5. CD W On the evening of October 17, 1941, the senior class suc cessfully presented the play'entitled HMama's Baby Boyn, un der the very capable direction of the senior sponsor, Miss Imogene Stewart, The characters were as follows: Mrs. Shephard McLean, a young widow-1 Ruth Bradshaw Shephard McLean, hor young son---- Carl Dean Peters Luther Long, a widower---U ---------- A P, J, Demster Juliet Long, his young daughter--- Lguise Gregersen Mrs, Matilda Blackburn, Mrs. McLean's Mother -------- Lula Jane Crain Wilburn Warren, Shephardfs pal ---- -.a----Mink Manken Sylvia Kline, Wilbur's girlfriend---HDorothy Boucher 27 1 .. , .0-nu 1 n .,' W- N,,,,.,nv,-..... . 'V . 'z ,f - , I 5 ji 1 , Mrs. Carlotta Anglin, e friend of MrsfiMcLedh's9 --------- T 'guffgr J K fl, ,,- Qeneve Dunn Cynthia Anglin, her young daughter--44LggEvelyn Newfermer Mex Moore, a real estate agent-Lage--llffffge Moschenrose Minnie, a young colored Maid-flee-N--nMangsret Ann McNeil . -I xx Mrs. Shephard McLean, an ettrectire young widow of forty, makes her eighteen-year-old son, Shephepdn dress and'5pose as a boy of fourteen so that she may pass es a younger woman and marry a widower, Luther Long, whom she supposes to be wealthy. Luther, also trying to appear younger, has his seventeen-year old daughter, Juliet, pose as e girl of thirteen so that he can win Mrs. McLean whom he supposes to be rich Both Luther and Mrs. McLean get into hot water trying not to let the other one know the truth, Both Juliet and Shepherd find out the truth. cynthis Anglin, Luther's sister, finally breaks the truth to Luther and Mrs, McLean. As the curtain comes down, Luther and Mrs. McLean plan to get married and Juliet and Shep herd are very good friends. The setting of the play is Fort Wayne, Indians. The time, the present. 28 Q... 1 ' " sxvf- XxNif x ,BN 'X SNK -N-, rx' xx., X' X' XX I ftiflli' I N, xfipf fn J x X f, - ' 1' Q' v'.,!.,! .,.-- ,ffl ,. .-gg' ,,.,-f...-If LX A ff "mt tr- 'Q if .V I f frrfi N' ' . .X 'yr 61 f 2 5 F-V ,xi 1 U ffl N 4 x 'J .. 1 gif ., KX NX X ' x A Q X, T f,m j i fl thx m N gg.. I . . 3 E3'WN-MM-Nl W5 ' V 1 ,wp J "X, - V ff . J. Com matte 1" QW' Porthy Boucher - ----------- - - to become a housewilo Ruth Bradshaw - ------- - - - - A to talk over the telephone Bill Butler ---- - - - to balunco thc huogot nt Nontgomery Ware Homer Buck --------- -------- to head for Coloraoo Robert Choate - ------- - w ---- - to Writo lottors to Vergennes John Claussen ---------- - U - - to hebomo a millionare Norma Clenoenin ---- to reoeivo more lfttoro from Service Hon Lula Jane Crain ----- - n to on a promchor's oanghtor-in-law Pansv Crain - - - ---------- - - - X to roa6 more hooks P. J. Pomostor -------- ------ -A ' ' 1 to slap those Jap: 1 Mario Pilfav - - - - ---- - ---- - - - - -- J- to bo Q nurse Genova Dunn ------ ' to get along with the Solio Geometry Class Georgia Estel - - - - - - - - H 2 - - - - - - to got Wm's hoart Bill Gale - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - to get along with the women Ernest Gale ------- - - M - - - - - to enter the air corps James Gale ----------- - ----- - - H to be a wolder 29 Q . Louise Gregersen - - Eileen Heins - - - - Robert Koch ---- Mary Etta McElroy - Margaret Ann McNeill Mink Fanken ---- Joe Voschenrose- - Evelyn Newfarmer - Jim O'Daniel- - Carl Dean Peters - - Walter Porter - - - Imogene' Rednour - - Lola Rohlfing - - - Vera Rohlfing - Cecil, Saul ---- - Robert Vogel - - - . LJ 30 ..."',' ,'. ' 5-,'-.-.- ,r 1'1,.. 5.-.Q .' ,..u.. ,- '-.,',.+. nf.. Y, ., to talk more to be a public speaker to get along with Kelly to get the other ring to ride in a Hoeel A Ford to be Aemiral in U.S. Navy to clean up on Button Hole to make up with Joe I to make Bob Vogel laugh to get the valedictorinn meoal ' to run the 440 in 40 seconds ' y to live in Chicago to keep Jim from reafing her letters to be leoeing lcd? to Robfrt Taylor to be ccitor of the Egg York Times - - - n - - - - - to be like Jim Qi """M aux Q?f A ' "NWT in x i 1 . l . 13. .,' .TS . g:Xi'n Q! ff- !! ,- .KK W A w xxx :.-il-,. X.- , Nlzyj ff M V 1 1 31 1 , ,li xx' C l i I X IW, , . I X 435, Qf -ll 'tflfgf fx X -N ,-,-. "xi . .xx . I Sum 1- '7 -'gvg1'xfU IX Nlili k F F T .....1x.J ff iflfiogigl gx., . x , "2 "C 'X -' 7' I U, f w .,:53,,.,:,. ff .f F420 4 QIA I, '1'Jz,,::.' X , :A X! -72 Tix, y ,f : 5, , . 416 If U . J xx fl X I 4'-'. iii? '! at X147 X ff 7, X i A g f IX x 1 , lil, -'Nxt X N 1 .xx 3 X ff .'A"'.." it Qxliyzk 1 I- - W 7f'.1."r. 'X 1 . -1' 'qv rx ' ' c-Q: ,312 , - . :E-3'-15:1 A - - .1 , ,,. ., QQ 2:12 Q4 'Si' xxihg Qi X V. Q I .H 1 ' H9,! k1 x , .:' x, , , . ,.--, ..f 9 .- ff' M, fu. WP' X 11 A, Gi, 3' . H gg? 4. ' .,. 1, lf.: t f. "xx S 1 X K , I Axih . ' Q . Wlagdalme Hamas ifown Q, 9 Y, A SL.. Venedajflciaq ' Clgfgngg Znaflf I I B X X 7 ' 7 01 N Velma Brush jeddy Fufh Smifh Edward frames 5 jklda Efyllll' Quail: Virgizxia he Wbsenbergzr U ,- I If I A 5? S 1' X - JI?,Crczin James ,lfeffyfidfine Sfrphms Q 1? I . gli: S X x 'X . . x .' N ' ' -:xx .- 1 , ,--Vg, ,i 5 I 'wif Sylvia Saul 1CC8ftf' Sffueve :a f - ! iii 'K H3 Wan Kessel ZU.'71'f:11 Zlleaflzeffbra' diflnffkzffffffilzqy Hfsfonfhfhfwfd Effffa lefjyfflffazzd X 1UhW'DlQ Pxfr f 1 l l X 1 s a 9 x ft' I 4 N. X .if , ' f- AX-'lg H -I J H: 3 I. K q Clarence Argeitgr Septwh er 13? lF' President of Freshman Class '4Og Athletic Assccietioj '4Og Basketball 240-T4lmt423 Orchestra '4O-'41e'42g Student Patrol '41g Baseball '4O5 Library Club '42g Cratl ns '4om'41 Chorus '4Og Annual '42. Chester Lee Brown March 24, 1924 Athletic Association '4O-'41-'42g Student Patrol '4lg Orchestra '4O-'41-'42, Velma Brush March 21, 1925 Intellectual Contest '4O-'4lg Athletic Association '4O- '42g Sophomore Medal 141g Honor Roll '4O-'41n'42g Chorus '40 Staff '42g Library Club '42g Secretary of '42g Gorannum rary Club '42, . William Qleaa Bunsalmsrar Hay 17s Athletic Association '41-'42-g chorus '40-'41-'42, HQQQLQ QAQEQQQAQ July 3a Basketball '4Owf4l-'42g Baseball '40-'41-'42g Ath Association '40-'41s 423 President of Class '4lg G-Man '42g Letter Man '4le'42g Annual Staff '42, Q. B. Qgaig ' March 22, Lib- 1923 1926 etic Club 1924 Secretary of Orchestra '415Athletic Association '4Oe'41- '425 Basketball '4Oe'ilN'42g Baseball '4O-'41-'l2g Orchestra '4O-'41-'42g Annual Staff '42g Chorus '4O-'41-'42gLetter .Man '41-'42g G-Man Club '42, Louella Hagiltgn November 7, Chorus '42, Park Jarrett August 9, 1924 1925 Athletic Association '40-'41-'42? Basketball '40-'41-'42 Baseball '40-'41-'42g Orchestra '4O- 41-'42g Chorus '4O-'4l- '42g Track '40-'41. J"""""" ' -A-A'--i "" , . 1 3 ., 35 A .,.,...- Joen..Kessel February 18, l925 Secretary of Athletic Association '42g Secretary of Cho rus '42g Athletic Association '40-'4l-'425 Queen of Classes '425 Chorus '40-'41-'425 Fountain Staff '4Og Class Treasurer '40, James Korando - MH? 25, 4912 Assistant Art Editor of Fountain '4lg Art Editor Foun- tain Press '42g Assistant Art Editor of Annual '42g Orohest ra '40-'4lg Chorus '40-'41-'42. Nelda Kranawetter April 14, 1925 Intellectual Contest '4lg Chorus Contest '40-'4lg Hon- orable Mention '4Og Class Secretary '425 Honor Roll '41-'42g Chorus '40-'41-'425 Annual Staff '42. Berna Lee McCleland January 3, 1925 Athletic Association '40-'4l-'42g Orchestra '40-'41-'42 Student Patrol '4lg Chorus Contest '4lg Chorus '40-'41-'425 Pep Band '4O5 Annual '42. John Paul McElroy May 2, 1925 Athletic Association '40-'41-'42g Orchestra '4Og Chorus '40-'41-'42, Veneda McLaughlin January 25, 1925 Ted Phillips ' March 22, l925 Class President '42g Athletic Association '40-'41-'42g Annual Staff '42g Monitor '42, Billie Qualls September 7, 1925 Athletic Association '40-'4lg Honorable Mention '40-'41 Student Patrol '4lg Library Club '4Og Annual Staff '42, Jack Rader December 9, 1924 A Vice-President of Class '40g Athletic Association '40- '4l-'425 Basketball '40-'41-'42g Baseball '40-'4lg Sergeant at Arms '4l5 Library Club '4lg Track '40-'4lgG-Man Club '42 u Edward Beames September ll, 1924 Intellectual Contest '4lg Basketball '40-'41-'425 Base ball '40-'41-i423 Student Council '4Og Annual Staff '42, 36 Magdalene Reames Q June 5, 1924 Athletic Association '41, Honorable Mention '41, Chorus '40-'41-'42, Annual Staff '42, Virginia Lee Rosenberger October 22, 1925 Secretary of Class '41, Solo Contest '41, Monitor :'41, Honor Roll '40-'41-'42, Athletic Association '4O-'4l-'42,Se- cretary of Orchestra '42, Orchestra '40-'41-'42, Dramatics'4O '41, Cheer Leader '41-'42, Chorus '40-'41-'42, Annual 'Staff '42, Chorus Contest '41. ,Preston Rutherford November 7, 1925 Athletic Association '40-'41-'42, Honorable Mention '40 '42, Orchestra '40-'41-'42, '40-'41-'42, Basketball '40-'41-'42, Baseball Letter Man 41, Track '40-'41, Fountain '40, Library Club '42, Annual '42. Sylvia Saul September 11, 1924 'm""Honorab1eHMenti6h '40-J41a'a2g' secretary' bf Class '40, Library Club '40-'41, Chorus '40-'41-'42, Marg Shields February 12, 1926 Orchestra '4O-'41, Student Patrol '41, Chorus '4O. Hugh Qgnglggith August 5, 1924 getty Stephens , December 19, 1925 Honorable Student Patrol Chorus '40-'41 Lester Stueve Mention '42, Athletic Association '40-'41-'42 '41, Orchestra '40-'41-'42, Library Club '42, '42, Annual Staff '42, August 12 , 1925 Library Club '41-'42, Orchestra '40-'41-'42g 1 Warren'Tay1or November 5, 1924 Athletic Association '40-'41-'42, Chorus '4O-'41-'42, Regeta Vogel August 9, 1924 Freshman Medal '40, Sophomore Medal '41, Honor Roll '40 '41-'42, Chorus Contest '41, Intellectual Contest '41, Chorus '4Og'41-'42, Sophomore Progress Medal '41, Annual Staff '42, 37 Merjgrie Weatherford Q lv ll 10 4 Intellectual Contest '4l3 Athletic Associatntn Chorus '40-'41-'423 Annual Staff i426 .3 x M Z 1 'X ,-'N V---Xl ,f-.1 ff I r if ,Xe f 5 + X, A , jj i x K 'if XA X KX w , 'f' , - Q -1 'B x,,,,5 ....V..f f fx "' S w.J ,J 'I ,,,., ,J .1 f----, ,--X 1 T V' 1 1 V' f jf V rw X re' .1 'XJ ,..J .1 N --J X X X XHX X X X X X X X X X X X X X X President: t Vice President X rx X X X X X X X X X X X W' TedxPhillipsf'f Wm., G, Bunselmeyer X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Y Secretary and Treasurer X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Nelda Kranawetter X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Y Sergeant at Arms X X X X X X X X X X X X'X X X X X X X Y Berne Lee McCleland X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . X X X X X al: X X 38 -r .,. ,F .,,, - x 'Af "5 X el 4 P Nqr -fre X Ea 4 We 1 .fr-X .f N f Q Y? ' I-A. -X. xx -,4 J- - 4- ' R, ' .1 T-,N 7 XX-,tan .I r 'Xa -Aff. ,AI-,X . - x B' r V' V N- V :.5!fjX., I 1 l In-y 1? -X "lc ' ' 'MX 'ff x .. fx 'iff-' ' 511. - X! A-'Sf xx J xx is X. XM? kbgfl' KJ. ' 5. , xv?-1. X 'fu X . -S? 1. x -. ,- . X . .. . , , . ,, I ,uf 3 xi X 4 N 'M W 'lj - w X 1 yer- 5 -V ,-., ' ig S 't- x 5 - X-f :veg Mt V 2 .j-j-.Vu , , xg. ,.. -. Pfyg I .gm Q .gf 39- ffegfw. ,gg ?' .2 5 '41 A-1" ' " , . 'r- WL ,.., I V "5 1' xi Wi j ,V Fowl sig -ay . 1 - if me J Q' vas. Clarence Arbeiter, , Checter Lee Brown, , Wm, G. Bunselmeyer- H.L. Clendenin- - - JQR. Crain ..... Park Jarrett- - - Jhmes Korando- - - John Paul McElroy- - Ted Phillips .... Bill Qualls .... Ed. Reemes ..... Preston Rutherford- Mark Shields .... Lester Stueve- - Warren Taylor- - - Velma Brush .... Joan Kessel .... Nelda Krenawetter- - Berne Lee McClelend- Veneda McLaughlin- - Magdalene Reames- - Virginia Lee Rosenbe Sylvia Saul ..... Ruth June Smith- - - Betty Stephens- - - Regeta Vogel ..-- Marjorie Weatherford Louelle Hmmilton- - - Pe 9 . 1,- OI' p----- ...- -- -- ..- -- Ft 1 --.-- - - - - - - , G - - - - - , , ,In a hurry - -Without Doris Jean , , , , ,Living in Jacob - - .-------- Concerned - -Being on time for classes - - - - - Carrying a purse - - -Serious all the time - -- - - - - - - - - Being five-feet two - - L'- - - . - -Without his boots - - With his shirtcollar unbuttoned - - - - , , - Headed over Hog Hill - - Waiting for June - - Going for girls in e big way iving Eirls e chance ,Without a question , , , , With a date - - Staying at home - -Being good to Bill - Refusing to dence - - - - - -Fighting - Hiding in a Hudson - - lDodging' around - - - - - - - - -Without lipstick Falling in love away from Murphy - - Making an E - - - - At Jacob - -Being Married --------- - - - - - Staying r 'Hn 1 rw' ,, ' , A ii X gm'-N! . I5 A 4 fd fi 4 ., ft 39 IN! , 3 fy J LAL., pw W stew 'W 4 ff Irs U rwgxgfgigsyw,m.?,s,?,i4g,ji K ,ff NAXEQJI ff j ff ff! fi ,fx , f . A .f--.M I r' I fn If 'J XA ff! 4 , y, if f sf y 'X fy JUNKDR ' X SQNZ5 Clarence Arbeiter- Chester Lee Brownm Velma Brush- - - - William Bunselmeyer ---------- Harold Clendenin- ' J, B. Crainw Q N Louella Hamilton- Park Jarrettu R -------- M - - M Joan Kessel- M - - He's lA In The Army James Korando ---------- Q- f - --nn.--.----- ---.--us.----n .--1--us-1-nv---u .-p .- - r. - .- -. an - U- ,Q -1 - -. . u- -1 nn -4 - vu -. - nn an un - -. -. 1- -. -n Nelda Kranawetter ---------- .- Berna Lee McCleland ---------- John Paul McElroyn - - ----- I Won! iVeneda McLaughlin --------- D - Ted Phillipsm D - - - - - - - - - - - 1 Billie Quallsm - - - - ------- - Jack Rader ------------- 4 - Edward Beams - ------------ Magdalene Beams ---------- 4 - Virginia Lee Rosenberger -------- Preston Rutherford ----------- Sylvia Saul- - it --------- - - Mark Sheilds -------------- Ruth June Smith ----- I Don't Want T Betty Stephens --------- - - u - - Drink the Barrel Dry - - - I Dream of Jeanie - ---- - - They Say - - Georgia On Hy Mind - N - - - - - N Margie - - - Too Lazy For Love - - - - - - - - Billie - - - - Happy In Love and He's Al In My Heart m - - - Precious Jewel 7 Let's Dream Out-Loud - - -Blues in The Night t Be Home Until Morning I'm NoBedy's Sweetheart ----4'----Honey - - 4Your The Only Star - - - - - Always Alone - - - -I Am An American - - - - - - -My Buddie - - - - - - Blue Eyes It's HJuneH In January - - - - - - - - wSylvia - - - I Won't Go Home o Set The World On Fire - - - - - -Ohl Johnnie Lester Stueve- ------- Why Donft You Try Your Love On Me Warren Taylor ------------- Regeta Vogel -------------- Marjorie Weatherford ---- I ------ 40 - - - - Our Love Affair - h - -Smilin' Through - - - The HSteinH Song LJ 3,1 ixw i 41:3 fi fl l,f fnj Ciz lQj jfx nfl -... - 3 X . N-f a - In past years it has always been customary for the Senior and Junior Classes each to give a play. Last fall the Senior Play was presented on schoduleg but this spring when it was time for us to begin planning ours, we had no gymansium and con sequently no stage.We put on our thinking caps and evolved the plan of presenting a general program which could very well ade apt itself to the grade school music room. We can't say as yet that it was an unexcelled success,for as the annual goes to press, our program is still in the form- ative stage, but a success it must and will be with the follo- wing talent performing at highest effecienoy. We plan to open our entertainment with a recording of The Star Spangled Banner and a general pledge of allegiance to our flag, Sylvia Saul and James Korando will then prove in a short domestic skit HPlease Pass the Creamn that the contents of a cream pitcher is cream regardless of its consistency. Chester Lee Brown will follow with a Saxaphone solo. The Junior Chorus with Virginia Lee Rosonberger and J. R. Crain taking solo parts will then sing HDon't Sit Under the Apple Tree.U These same two singers with the assistance of Harold L. Clendenin and Ted Phillips next appear in the musical burlesque HThe Villain Still Pursued Her.H He is successful too. Following this will be a musical interlude by the Korando boys. The last short play is to be HPa's New Housekeeper,H with Preston Rutherford, Edward Reames, Park Jarrett, Betty St ephens, and Joan Kessel as actors. The evening's entertainment will close with the Junior f Chorus singing a few such songs as HDeep in the Heart of Texasu HYou're a Sap, Mr. Jap,H and UAmerica.U fi rxd' N 'f"r we up my , pf, x J! V, Qxx Qlfgiflf 4 1 -LI X. it K M ' - X N ts iff? D 1 C 3:52537 " k...! 41 C RM 'Z' - I Trp iggigifgiggkb' fxq fxJ ouifsehooi for the first time in its history has a Queen of Classes. She is to reigr as queen until the Activity Queen is crowned at the Activity Banquet. A candidate was selected by each class to compete for the queenship. These girls chosen were: Betty McNeill, fresh- man, June Kempfer, sophomoreg Joan Kessel, juniorg and Geneva iDunn, senior. Each class campaigned with untiring effort for its candidate. The spirit of the campaign was spread through the school by beautiful posters and a courageous soliciting of votes. The lucky candidate, Miss Joan Kessel, was elected by votes cast at the Hallowe'en carnival held in the gym- nasium. With each purchase of a nickle or more a ballot was given. This ballot contained the names of the candidates, and the votes were computed on equal basis with' the amount of the purchase. Miss Kessel was crowned at a very impressive ceremony, which took place at the basketball game on January 9th. The throne was elaborately decorated with the patriotic colors, red, white, and blue. She was escorted up to the throne by the junior class president, Teddy Phillips. Miss Ruth Brad- shaw, the retiring Activity Queen, carried in the crown which was placed on Miss Kessel's head by ' Teddy Phillips. The queen's attendents, the other candidates, were escorted in by their respective officers. Bill McNeill, freshmang Richard O'Daniel, sophomoreg and Walter Porter, senior. 42 ' H G Q M X H SQPT9 llfx S1 ua o Fj 'B 2 L 0.0'Vl 1 f f I1 of N X f ..-1. .i N I 1 fx J ef G . 9,7 6, I 3--8 s be ' W, of X . 1 A 4 , ' .X 4 , VA A , , 15 If 54, ' 'f' if i Q -I bp '- X' J f 1 ,fl ,fx ff Ax 4 1 b, 2 I I ' x Qdjx "rx, 'Wi 1 '- aff Gfaff Bob O'67l'f1 ffldfjarie lzmclsford Boyd Buflez' S ea Jrms. L . N. Y Y 1 X Mfxomg Q, N 6lfana1'Z1!eaf.fMffbfa' fVof1naLeej77rL'aughlir1 ff0t'g!mfflSXri'07l14L'l'? msalmqfrr5fZl!and'fz7l1um.1g I ,X PJ ru L , Q L .r EJ EJ 'p"5799L'Ief1a'c'f1rfz X TQYZIQIJ Hra-7.sl1aw Svajllafldhiifan u K' .E Q J !V0l'ff10 Grover ffubg lfrug Joel Vogt! Nfllffd flaussm Egg! df-beifer , wi - V lil. 4: i ' - Wl,..i f VVV, M - xxx W Jdnajlae Saul lfempfer Joh: Zvaf-fhefz Jblm llfhaaie J?well flusfer ' flaydflagf Slfanarhasuenwf 'X - -a '. 1 Qi Mom: gnfs yffwff E1 ll 4 ' I S , X i 3 x N Q J . Z7e0fhff1eZ7arnsfaedf Jium-.f6'dd1eman Cecilfh Hrlzsh fflrfafmirk Qlice Bam UPU! 011539 UU" Ue""'f"" . Q f 4 A W- Wx 4 . 1 M 1 1 .Q KJ. .4 a 1- Nw, c 1. V , ba u4:yaj'- Tm ' ' AF A ! r is .4 C' X, Do CQ .IRQ ffv, C T 1 V 1 T I E S Earl Arbeiter A June 6, 1926 Variety ?rogramM'4f, Library Club-'42, Student Patrol-'419 Alice Born October 26, 1926 ,.,,-Y-....-.. -.-.-.-..-.. Intellectual Teanialternatel-'41, Honorable Mention -'41,- Ftudent Patrol-'41, Cboruswl42 April 6' 1925 Student Patrol-'41 W NH ainefigreyer December 6, 1926 Chorusm'41-42, Orchestra-'41-42. y Qecelia Qrueh June 22, 1926 1 Athletic Association-'42, '41, Chorus-'41-42. Melvin Brush Athletic Association-'42, ent Patrol-'42. Marvin Buck Library Club-'41, Student Q22 E22 52552222125 Athletic Association-'41, 13231 1332423 Library Club-'42, Student John Lawrence Choate Basketball-'41-42. Clella Claussen Honorable Mention-'41. Mb, ..,4..-1-., ..,,. Library Club-'42, Student Patrol April 15, 1926 Honorable Mention-'41-42, Stud- September 7, 1926 Patrol-'41, Honor R011-'41-42. October 7, 1925 February 5, 1925 Patrol-'42, Chorus-'41-42, August 12, 1925 Ag September 50, 1925 47 bbltlllb 2 J Kathryn Clendenin September 14, 1926 Library Club-'41, Chorus-'41-42. Peggy Clendenin August 26, 1926 Chorus-'41-42, Student Patrol-'41-42, Honorable - Mention '41-42, Honor Roll-'4l. Jewell Cluster February 26, 1926 Athletic Association-'41, Class Sec.-Treas.-'41, Chorus-'41-42, Honor Roll-'41, Hororable Mention-'4I-42 Chorus Contest-'41, Intellectual Teamlslternatel-'4l. Robert Crain November 5, 1926 Baseball-'41-42,'Basketball-'41-42, Library Club- '41-42, Chorus-'41-42, Class Sec.-Treas.-'42, Athletic Association-'41-42. Delphine Darnstaedt June 21, l926 Chorus-'41-42. ffQ4M4J lJgA4?5?QQ2?7W4'n Bud Dcmster November 22, 1926 Student Patrol-'41-42, Athletic Association-'42 , Orchestra-'42, Chorus-'41-42. - Opal Dilday October 17, 1926 Honorable Mention-'41-42, Honor Roll-'42, Chorus - ,411 I l Qiggl Eddleman August 25, 1926 Athletic Association-'41-42, Basketball-'41-42, Or chestra-'41-42, Chorus-'41-42. ' - Junior Egg gale June 23, 1925 Athletic Association-'41, Chorus-'41-42. All Q2222 , June 25, 1924 '41 Basketball-'41-42, Baseball-'41-42, Library Club - Eleanor Grosycnor November 4, 1927 Thelma Gulley December 21, 1926 , Athletic Association-'41, Chorus-'41-42. 46 Flovd Hays September 1,1924 Basketball-'41-42. Bob Hiser U June lO, 1926 Student Patrol-'42, Chorus-'42 June Kemgfer 'June 9, 1926 Athletic Association-'41-42, Chorus-'41-42, Pray- er Group-'42, Bariety Program-'41, Class Queen Attend- ant-'42, Honorable Mention-'41, Honor Roll-'42.' Norma Jean Kenon October 26, 1926 Athletic Association-'41-42, Student Patrol-'4l- 42, Library Club-'42, Chorus-'41-42. Bill Knoke 1' July 9, 1926 Honorable Mention-'41-42, Class President-'4l,Bes ketball-'41-42,-Baseball-'41-42, Athletic Association- '41, Honor Roll-'42, G-Nan Club-'42, Chorus-'42. Connie Kreuzer April 14, 1927 Athletic Association-'41, Crchestra-'41-42, Cho - rus-'41-42. Ruby Krug July 7, 1926 Honorable Mention-'41, Honor Roll-'41, Chorus-'41 Marjorie Lunsrord August 51, 1926 Athletic Association-'41-42, Honorable Nention'4l 42, Student Council-'41, Chorus ContestM'4l, student Patrol-'11, Cheer Leader-'42, Orchestra-'41-42, Honor Roll-'42, Chorus-'41-42. Naflmi GI'f?0fiN9tctif1S15L December l, 1927 Athletic Association-'41, Chorus-'41-42. Grover Mifflin October'1g, 1925 Student Petrol-'41-42. George M1195 December 22, 1927 Student.Patrol-'4l. 49 luggigr Cormiok Student Patrol-'41-42, Herve LSU MQ Ldeehlie Sthletio ASSOCiutiQn-' Richard O'Duniol Class PresiQent'42, Chorus-'41-42. Willium Patton Student Petrol-'42. Robert Beams Athletic Assoo1ation'4 us-'42. Athletic Association-' Lg Wggdg Thomas Athletic Association-' Harold Tindall Class Vice President-' Track-'41, Chorus-'42, Jcel Vogel Athletic Association-' Qleahor Weatherford Athletic Association-' Orchestra-'41-42, Monitor-' Eva Mae Whitson X Athletic Association-' ent Patrol-'41-42, Chorusf' Iola Worthcn I , Fekx1'u.a1ry 17, 1926 Chorus-'42. September E, 1926 41, Chorus-'41-42. September 26, 1925 ' September 26, 1925 ' April 19, 1926 2, Student Petrol-'41, Chor- 1926 December 4, 41- 42, Chorus-'4l-42. Apri1I12,,1Q24 41- 42, Chorus-'41-42. AuguSt 17, 1925 42, Student Patrol-'41-42, October 22, iezc 42, Student Patrol-'4l. July 20, 1926 Honorable Mention-'41-42 Chorus-'41-42. 41, 42, September 3, l926 42, Library Club-'42, Stud-- 41-42. September 22, 1924 Chorus-'41-42, Orchestre4'4l-42, Chorus Contest-41 , Library Club-'41-42, Athletic,geeociation-'41-.Q,'f' 50 " ' ,, '44 ,b . 1 cv fy ml I ,fr X X for fy 1 D xf fi in-J Q iixlgj' A 1 f' ! . 1 . Earl Arbeiter- - - lAlice'Born-A-'-ALF-H - Agnes Brewer ---- James Bradshaw- - - Cecelia Brush- - - Melvin Brush ---- Oma Lee Bunselmeyer Marvin Buck ---- Boyd Butler ---- John L. Choate- - - Clella Claussen- - Peggy Clendenin- - Kathryn Clendenin- Jewel Cluster- - - Robert Crain ---- Delphine Darnstaedt Everett Demster- -, Opal Dilday- -'- - James Eddleman- - - Junior Gale ---- Arthur Grace ---- Eleanor Grosvenor- Thelma Gulley- - - Floyd Hays ----- Robert Hiser- - - - June Kempfer ---- Jean Kenon ----- Billy Knoke ---- Connie Kreuzer- - - Ruby Krug ----- Marjorie Lunsford- Hubert McCormick- - Norma McLaughlin- - Naomi Mattingly- - Grover Mifflin- - - A -L1 ' ' ---- I Fell All Over Myself - - - - - - - - - - - - - Too Romantic -'-':Q- ---l-,,a- - -This Love of Mine - It's ThetLast Time'Itll Fall In Love - - - - ----- - - -A-'-'---Keep,SmiIing - - - - -Never Took'a'Lesson inn? Life - - - - - - - - -'- - I'm Looking For A Guy - - - - - - -Let's Call The Whole Thing Off - - - - - - - - - - - -Let's Stop The Clock - - - - - - - - - - I'm Afraid tp Love - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Dark Eyes The Girl With The Pigtails In Her Hair - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Maybe - - - - - - - - - - - Thanks For Everything - - - - - Is I Gotta Go To School, Maw - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -My LOVe.Affair - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I'm A Bad Boy - - - - - - - - -What Money Can't Buy - - - -Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore - - - - - - - - - - Kickin' The Corn Around - - - - - - - -All This and Heaven Too - - - - - - - - -Little 'Joel',The Wrangler - - -,J ---------- Four A.M. - - - - - - - Tall, Dark, and Handsome - - - -0- -' ---- He's a Tough Hombre - - - - - - -,- - - - - My One Romance - - - - - - - - - - Wabash Canyon Ball - - - - - - - - - - - - - Flat Foot Floogie - - - - - - - - - - - - My Disposition - - - -I Only Want A Buddy Not A Sweetheart - - - - - - - - - - - - -Look What I've Got - - - - - - - - -I Wanta A New Romance - - - - - - - - - - -Down by the River - - - - - - - - - - - -Five O'Clock Whistle - - -,- - - ------- Lil Boy Love George Miles- - When The Swallows come Back To HHappy Hallown Richard O'Daniel- - William Patton- - - - - Robert Rennes- - - Edna Mae Saul- - - La Wanda Thomas- - Harold Tindall- - - Joel Vogel ----- Eleanor Weatherford Eva Mae Fhitson- - Iola Worthen ---- - - - Are You in the Mood for Mischief - - - The World Was not Built in a Day - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Nobody - - - - - - - - - - -Love Needs Cooberation - - - - - - - - - - - -.- - - - OH! Johnnie - - - - - - - - -I Like Mountain Music - - - - - - - Baby, Nhat Else Can I Do - - - -Your Eyes are Bigger Than Your Heart - - - - -t- - - - - - - - - - - - - - Minka -...--..........- -.... -Junigr U Lf A is rw, ly l Arbeiter ----- 'J SEEN - - - - - - - - -clamoring for the Globe Hlice Born --------- setting in the back seat of the bus Agnes Bremer ---- ---- - - - - going home with Alice B Fames Fradahaw- - - --------- getting into troubles Cecelia Brush ---- ---------- making eyes at Kimzey lwlvin Brush ---- Ona Lee Bunselmeyer Marvin Buck ---- Boyd Butler ---- Jehn L. Choate- - - Clella Claussen- - Peggy Clendenin- - Kathryn Clendenin - Jewel Cluster- Robert Crain- - Delphine Darnstaedt Everett Demster- - Opal Dilday - - James Eddleman- Junior Gale- - Arthur Grace - Eleanor Grosvenor- Thelma Gulley- - - Floyd Hays ----- Robert Hiser ---- June Kempfer ---- Jean Kennon ---- Billy Knoke ---- Donnie Kreuzer- - - Ruby Krug ----- an -- Harjorie Lunsford- - Hubert McCormick - - Norma Lee McLaughlin Naomi Mattingly - - Grover Mifflin- - - George Miles - - - Richard O'Daniel- - William Patton- - - Robert Reemes- - - Edna Mae Saul- - - Lawanda Thomas- - - Harold Tindall- - - Joel Vogel ---- - Eleanor Weatherford Eva Mae Whitson- - lola Worthen ---- 52 .-u--------- - - - - - -running - - - - - - - -Wit - - - -looking for - - - - -looking o - studying the alp -.---.---.-- - looking -with uri -.--.--. ...---- -.----. ---.------ ----.----- ------Q.---. -walking a --nn- --n- ..----.-.---u- --.--.------. ------.--- --us-qnnuu -------bein -.-...-------. - - - - mailing a looking for Tillie JG - - combing her hair erranCs for Nr.Hubb1e - - -teasing someone - - - - - - with Hays h Taylor and Edna Mae - - - studying Latin -looking for somebody - near James Korando - - - - - in mischief riding in a green V-8 a new type of meaness - - - - - - - drawing - - - - in the office - - - - - - blushing talking to some girl - - pounding on Joel - - with Naomi Grace ver everybody C6 ft.D - - - - - being quiet habet especially P.l. asking for requests - - -with a base ball - - - - - - - smiling over Opa1's drawings - - - in Hurphysboro nkles on his forehead using her fingernails - - - - - with Thelma - - -taking joy rides - -studying geometry round in the assembly -taking care of Kelly -mooning over Lenora - - - - -with Taylor - - - - -in a NChevyH - - - waving his hair g told to turn around - - -with her sister -making eyes at Mink letter to Jones Ridge , ,,,n..,.A , -I lf! 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Sv :Q I 4 Weber ghneffea ffawel! 5c'f!7i4'6' Heins My ,A 'D Efffy 77l.'jVe171' lions Jean fforando ivuisefchadg g.7l1e1'ma Sfrklff Jane G0 Ie lfzmzey Emile Koch Gen Sophia ff' i llian :Q -f. Mafqafef Zlavii Olive ffeid ,Uafis fleveland Giles Z!!l11'fnnj'I7afyarefl71ai11 ,X f 7erff0fbeiffr Hiflyffazfse Gfffqf MW Svefeffiindsey 0az1aj'77arieV11sqz1c'K .Z ZL'laz1ssc'n ,fZmh'11ejZZudgI1zz W QXE ' is ..u.......'. ...M '--1-I Q, V31 TFP IFN ,fx ' ffff 1 1 g xl 15 lf MA xl 1 fjz C xy fl 5 tl U I Co ref-1 ALJ 1,1 11 11 I 15 Arbgltgr, Egrn f- February.l23fl928 Athletic Associationn142 Chorus-'42 Qgggy, Mary February 22, 1927 Honorable Mention-P42 Qlaussen, LE. April 20, 13323 Student Patrol-142 1, Qleveland., Qggei August l5, 3,925 ' Basketball-142 Clleveland, QQ-1315 ' June 10, 1927 gtudent Patrol-.142 Honor Roll-'42 gyn.-gg, 112.1-gx-et May 25, 1925 Student Patrol-!42 Honor Roll-942 Q-royell, Janeueg September 3o, 1927, Or chestra--942 Qaylg, Margaret February 27, 1926 ' , Honor Roll-H42 Chorus-542 f Easterly, Benny March 8, 1927 A Eckert, B-15113-Q July 28, 1927 . Chorus-142 gl?-13,-Q-13, QQ-h-I-1 May 12, lf-229 . - chorus-1 42 A A gg-19, QQ,-Q A -- April 12, l928' , Honorable Mention-'42 Chorus-L42 - Vocal Solo-'42 Student Patrol-342 57 -Y . 323225, ligss January 12, gals, ELQQ December 12, Eeins, Bernice A August-51, Athletic Association-'42 1Cncrus-'42 51525, Tillie lg ,January B, 'Honorable Mention-'42 Chorus-'42 Athletic Association-'42 Student patrol-'42 Clase Secretary-'42 Orchestra-'42 Killian, Sophia AuQuSt 2, Chorus-'42 Kimzey, Loren Aueust 28, Student Petrol-'42 Chorus-'42 A gocn, Lucille July 21, Honor Roll-'42 February 18, Kcrendo, Doris Jeen Athletic Association-'42 Chorus-'42 ' Layne, Doris January 13, Chorus-'42 Lindsey, Everett February 3, 42 Sergeent at Arms-'42 Vocal-Solos-'42 Orchestra-' Chorus-'42 Lunsford, Junior August 16, Athletic Associetion-'42 Chorus-142 Orchestre-'42 McC1eland, Eve Mae August 1, Honorable Mention-'42 Chorus-'42 Honor Roll-'42 McNeill, Betty September 19, Athletic Association-'42 Chorus-'42 Maid of Honor for Class Queen-'42 1926 1926 1926 1938 1926 1926 1926 1926 1926 1927 1926 19927 1927 McNeill, Billy September 19, 1937 x'4 Athletic Aesocietion-'42 Glass President-'42 E U "i' Chorus-'42 Modglin, Pauline MHTCU 15, 1935 Athletic Aesccietion-'42 Student Petrol-'42 Chorus-'42 Newfgrmer, Henry Basketball-'42 Baseball-'42 Reid, Alice April 23, November 4, Honorable Mention-'42 Library Club-'42 Rouse, Billy Athletic Association Qgul, Hilbert student Patrol-'42 Chorus-'42 gchack, Louise "'Q ' Eheqiezid , 1555. Library Club-'42 Chorus-'42 Eiiilil- E222 52231221 ggilii Chorus-'42 Qnider, Ketherine June Athletic Association-'42 Orchestra-'42 Student Petro14'42 Chorus-'42 Ticer, Getty Library Club-'42 Merch 18, A February 18, hme2Q Merch 6, December 27, April 17, November 26, Merch 5, 1925 1927 1927 1926 1927 1927 1926 1927 1927 1927 50 ,.. svxxk Jandgfy 23, 1927 1. r -'Tfff QL 127: Vasquez, Anna Marie Cho1'us-- N' TTT A I Weber, Rzelph June 2, 1928 'Siudedf Peffdl--'42 U Whifgongfsiiesfirthur March l6,,l925 Magazine Librarian--'42 N10 Y. -Ao" '42 .... -.... ....-.... ....-..-- ......--..1.. ..,.....-.---. FRE SHME N OFM SERS PRESIDENT Billie McNeill VICE-PRESIDENT Junior Lunsford SECRETARY - TREASURER Tillie Jo Hiser fQENg -J... A in .-T' '- r 'vf-,. "' TT-. -li' Qviiix --- '-1 T.-2-wg.: - .- ' .ffl Qffl-F1 it ,.QT-7'ffi1-'QiQAffgZf"iL V .gin 7 ,'E.s.l:5 4. gn-3. ,Q 7 51,9 .-1 L:','?5!2ll- N ff-'ii' . Lg,-. : fa- ' Qing, :Qi-m, I: . , , -if--M '.i'T Twin? ,, 4.4.- 60 ?f4fN A 9 1- RE sem AN X'V f fl l'g?Zh t'-ff. 'if f N ' HW , u s T :sou lrl E s X l riff lj' ff , Ll? Fern Arbeiter ------------ u--.-- Mary Casey ----------'-- - - J. F. Cleussen- - ------- - - Dewey Clevelanc --------------- - Doris Clevelanc ---------------- Margret Crain- - - - - - - - - - - Jenettea Crowell ------------- -Q ..- Margaret Davis- - --------- -- - - - - Benny Easterly ----------- Ruth Eckert ------------------ John Fisher ----- - ------ - Jane Gale -------------- James Garris ----- Olen Hays ------ Bernice Heins ---- -------- - - Tillie Jo Wiser -------- - Sophia Killian --------- Loren Kimzey --------- - - Lucille Koch ----- - --- - - - - Doris Jean Kcrenoo --------- Doris Layne ---------------- Everet Lincsey ------ - - - Junior Lunsford- ----- - - - Eve Mae McCleland ------- Betty Mcrreiii ------ ---- Billy McNeill ----------- Jean Nansker -------- - - - - Pauline Mo6glin ---------- I Henry Newfarner- - -- - - - - - Alice Rei6- ----- - ------ Billy Reuse --------- - - - Wilbert Saul- - ---- - - - Louise Schack- - Jack Sheparc- - - Gene SicVler ----- - - - Thelma SicYler -------- - Katherine June Snicer- - - - - - Getty Ticer ------- - - - - - Anna Marie Vasquez ---- - - Ralph Weber -------- ---- Giles Arthur Whitson ---- - - - 62 Keep --q--- ..---- - - - Baaneie - .-.- Q.: C35-.,,1.S - His Fightih' - - - - - - -Ruth - Beating Margret - - -Beating Doris - - - - - - Violin - - The Chevrolet - - - - - - -Girls - - - - - Korando - -Skull rho Bones Catching the Bees - - - - Basketball - - - - - - Girls - - - - -Blushing Bracshaw and Brush - - - Just Trouble - - Climhin' Hills - - - Big Brother - - -Chester Brown - - - -Joel Vogel - Tillie Jo Hiser - - - --- - -Katy - - - - - - - Ted - - - - Bill Gale - - - - - Latin - - - - - - Stueve - -Jemas Bradshaw - - - - - Leziness ing up with Tirzah - - - - -G.C.H.S. - - - - CCensore6D - - - - -Bef Hair - - Practical Hath -.- - -Beshfulness -Getting to School - Henry Ncwfernor - - - - -The Boys - -Writing Notes - - - - - -Heivht - - - - - - -Teeth ,. va' PJ for cf e l N X X, fi +4 " ' NX 'W' f - .Ai J uf, ol Jffifyi 1 ig , . F Q X1 A 'ii 'X VW N- an fx inff' tvj ,fig LJ l LJ jf!! ,vf ,I u r' Fern Arbeiter ---- - - -Why Don't You Try Your Love dn Me Mary Casey' ------ - ----- I've Been in Love Before J.F. Claussen ---- ---------- He's a Tough Hombre Dewey Cleveland- - - --------M-- Angel in Disguise Doris Cleveland- - Margret Crain ---- Janettea Crowell- Margaret Davis- - Benny Easterly- - Ruth Echert ----- John Fisher ----- Jane Gale ------ James Garris- - - Olen Hays ------ Bernice Heins ---- Tillie Jo Hiser- - Sophia Killian- - Loren Kimzey- - - Lucille Koch- 1 - Doris Jean Korando- - -9- uv.. Everett Lindsey- - - - - Doris Layne ----- Junior Lunsford- - - Eva Mae McCleland- - Betty McNeill- - - Billy McNeill ---- Jean Mansker- - - Pauline Modglin- - - Henry Newfarmer- - -- Alice Reid ---- Billy Rouse ----- Wilbert Saul- - - Louise Shack- - - Jack Shepard- - - Gene Siekler- - - Thelma Siekler- - Katherine June Snider Getty Tieer ----- Anna Marie Vasquez- - Ralph Weber ----- Giles Whitson ---- --nn- --- an-an ana-qu I E -- 11 no an- -Q an -no- --n 4--f Ybu - - - - - - -Lover Come Back to Me - - - - - - - - - - - -Imagination - - - - - - - - - Hold Everything - - - - - - - - - - -No Other One - - - - - - - - -Benny the Beaner - - - - - - -Inm Looking for a Guy - - - - - -Speak for Yourself John Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart - - While a Cigarette Was Burning - - - - - - - - - - - I Walk Alone - -The Kid Called Corrigan 'fJackD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Jim - - - - - - - -Inm Afraid to Love - - - - - - - - - - -Too Romantic ' "" ' ' "I1Just Got a Letter - -Ybu'd Close the Gate of Heaven - - - - - - - Since My Gal Is Gone I Want to be a Cowboyfs Sweetheart - - - - - - - - - Gbod for Nothing - - - - - - -Pretty Little Peasant - - - - - - - - - - - - Billie Boy - - - - - -You Think of Everything - - - - - - - - I Wanta' be Loved - - - - -------- - - -My My - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 Katie - - - - - - - - - - - M 513 of Me -I Wonder if You Feel The Way I Do - - - - - - - - - - -Smarty rants - -Who's Beating My Time N113 You - - ---- - - - - I'm a Bad Boy - - - - - - - - - - - - - Bashful Have to Take the Bad With The Good - - - - -Oh? He Loves Me - - Ybu've Got That Look - - - - - - - - - Take it From Me Z :i'wi1i - - - - - - - - - Meanie if The Rest of Then Will 61 I 'W 3 'V : fix "I X' tix X! f 'WM fx,Z,,.,., - X 'gig xxsnbss , ' J!!! XX' X k 4 J , q.,1':'?g:gg5511'5:f?.1: 1.1 ,-1 '.'z:.. ' af"'-1- :f13:....u .1',-,LJ 5: .I ie' :1...5.4 .31 . ', -...J "-.-L-V 11. .-- -: .4-. , -1::44.112"'.g: - ' A fwah' 1.1 ,. .,,.,::. c N F2 x mm f 1wn3mm wU1i 63' effgfyf fi view Q ,, M0 M. QP fl 17 Qb ' ' mr. I-fvyemrrillar ' I-fr! 71711 7-Irma Px,Q,4f1fQf,,4'b '..,f.Ll,VfL'k A QS - ' Li: Q' W 'S . i ll " 'M 'zu v 'U i A - ' -1' ' A 'Lg Q gb' - A Alf, sit u x.v,g5. 77117.-Ffrnvipal ' 'QWWA Q, ' f .,.. ' ., '?fQ...p Hg" 'x , . -V .A .44 f .K-' V ' '. ..h,- " .' X I . d uQ?- ' m V K , . x 5 . 1 if xi XX 1 ' 7f7Jf'g7Jr?f Lffmenffouf - 23,621 -ffl G- ' A 0 ,1. V' x f 41 . -J' A, LLM W , ' w qfllssyu- Uv Sd, wb ,stil 5-C ffllf Urn den ' S Mn - 36 uh i1rr,ur" ' Srmefarfy ,113 n 'fi 5 A Q 'iii -5. 717m Hczzm' . is! L Leland L. Hubble Principal Preparation: S. I. S. T. C., B. Ed. VYIVERSITV of ILLINOIS,Qi. A. TTITIVEEQSITV of NOTRE DANE, Cone summer sessionl. Subjects taught: General Science Extra-Curricular: - -- Student Council of Class Officers. Margaret Armentrout English Preparation: ' S. I. S. W. C., B. Ed. UNIVERSITW of ILLITOIS, M. A. Subjects taught: English 1, English ll, English lll, English 1V, Latin l. Extra-Curricular: Junior Adviser, Gorannum, Library Club. Thomas A. Dunn Mathematics Preparation: S. I. S. T. C., B. Ed. Subjects taught: Geometry l, Algebra 1, Physics, Practical Mathemat- ics. Extra-Curricular: - Athletic Association, Boy's Athletics, Sophomore Ad- viser. , 67 - ........-l ..........- ,. -gl A-A A , A .. Y I N -f William L. Ramse ff y Social Science Preparation: S. I. S. T. C., Limited B. Ed. Subjects taught: American History, Commercial Geography W ld H' , or lst cry, Solid Geometry, Elementary Civics. Extra-Curricular: Freshman Adviser, Fountain Press Imogene Stewart Commercial Preparation: S I S T C , I I Q Bo Ed! Subjects taught: Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, General Business. Extra-Curricular? Gorannum, Senior Adviser. Marian Mickle Preparation: Music carthage College, B. A. ' Subjects taught: Orchestra, Music l, Chorus. Extra-Curricular: Music 68 IEEE Car 'gif lx ilni i 5 I QX! ,j E y- ZD U UA U QD N Mr. P. A. Hogenmiller, President of the BoardQ is station agent for the Missouri Pacific Railroad and makes his 1 home . ' ' - is ' . in Gorham. Mr. Emil Schimpfg Secretary, owns a meat Dqmarket and grocery store. He, too, lives in Gorham, Since our community is essentially rural, it is quite log- ical that the other three members are each farmers, They have been chosen from communities scattered over the district that they may the better truly represent the patrons of the school Mr, Carter Clendenin lives near Corag Mr. Edward Heins, near Neunertg and Mr. P. H. Hand, near Sand Ridge. M At the annual public election for board members, held on April ll, Mr. Hogenmiller was reclectcd for the regular three year term. At the next meeting of the board, he, too, was cho sen once again as president, and Mr. Schimpf was re-chosen as secretary for the ensuing year, ' Rx I4 ,ff N-'N XV -5.. y ,, A f J f fff H, X1 . xx XX t X, , xg., 70 , , ., ff-x A 'Mi mix' 2,fef X'-IJj -s I li gjf' QF JU its -FX UX P. A. Hogcnmillcr-f?rcsiQent v . . 'Y Emil schimpf4gseCretaqy,.y y Edward Heins . y A I P. AQ Hand? 2 I ' i U 'Wt A Carter Clendenin J L hnonkthese five.men rests thegresponsibility,0f,directing the brogress: of G, Q,QH,3Q5t Llhis paSE ','f Ye3r'hag r.iegpe6g igilly Acg1y1ea fic:able,i1eaaQrS111re.S1nQre our .neww wishing r has been under construction.,'The-economic.situatibn'fiwhichng nerturally 1 accompanies .werrr has made, 'the Qacq11i'sit'ion 'oft 5 'inext- erlieilend Q ,skilled .labor A-unusually difficultfgf' never:t1ie?1es'si,i Jour building is constantly and consistently growing: "" o' b F The members, too, 5haye,been-confronted'with theF9 prob? lens surrounding.the addition of new subjectsDWtoVourjbr8seEi nt curriculum anq the enlarging of the .presenEft55chinQ'sta' if to eguelige the resulting increased load. GPNeXt year the Witloflfteff '1?1T1?G- ,'l,fSfw'G-L1den,ts afgrficulft-urei 'ahh tTl'iC5lI1G'i63Cf V' ononics and perheps chemistry, biology and adyanbed.commerce cQuf53Sfth,.r,1, h ,y',+f ,ij 'li , g r'i 'H '- "T" 'L' 'AM In Board of Education is:-esp-ecfial,l'y able to? ' stand the problems confronting a school district 'comprised of so much territory and of fatrons of such varied interest for they themselves are quite representative of the communi- ty's urban andtrural occupations. ' i 69 g', f ..-- . f- W ----r--rv r-- -5 --.. -... -. .1 'A-3. I ,:., EA' I , all ,.... .., f X I ..,' -Sn-J ' -q--- ' ....- I If f' R A Q! f ff? XX. -nn-,,.'v'9Z 1 f ff p , if LN-,,.f' Z Qfxbfff .-...ff .xg "3 BASKET BAIJQ INDIVIFUAL Bohn H. Nenkeng Jemes B. Craiog Bill Butlerg Harol6 Clenoening P,J.Demster BASKET BALL SFUAL STARTING Cle?t to right? . Cerl D. Petersg Henry Newfarmerg Junior Jarrettg Dewey Clevel- andy Billy Knokeg Floyd Hnyeg John.L Choeteg Arthur Graceg Jim Eoolemmn' Billv Gale: Preston Rutherforf' Robert Crain 7 J r 9 V, INPIVITUAL BASEBALL Cleft to right? 4' lst. Row: Jvmes R. Cveinj John J. Yankeng Pfrk Jerrettg Arthur Graceg Eowmrf Rennes 2n6. romg Bill Galeg Henry Neuformerg Preston Rutherforfg Joe Mosohenrose f Brd. rowg Bill Knokeg P.J. Tewsterg Bob Croin 4th. rowg Herolo L. Cleu6ening Clarence Arbeiterg N CAPTAIN: BILL BUTLER ' Right, Leftg Thomas A. Dunn--Coech Right: C. D, Peters: G, A, Uhitson: J. Mosehenrose 72' s A- -'44----A 'A A-Ye. Q-A----.l. A.......A...,,.. Y M- A W' he f X yy Y X I , X ! ' N 'S I - I X X x X, 1 x .7-' A L , -' 13 J Wifi? Lb-capfufn JI gf 1,1 5, hid 1 'Elf 1 vm F, 1 ' .iff I X fm WJ f L ' 4, b 1 W ik. 5111 62 - , puff "W X eg? ff Uillff I ' gf VX 7 D , Ju X X' , ly I' I gf gy I f jf . I I I ' 1 ll X '15, A, X L I7 WXVVV' gud I 3 Hnhf 1-T 941'-vvff Um s- Capfarh FJ: GJ-vapfn 3 if 7 5? 54 , T 1 aff X Eddie W ' V X 3 ty Joe 321151: Fab C, 19,242+ JU? uw.. f-41' ,4 ,K e , ,, f., w.. U ,,1.,,.., .4 'Q V ,WT .L aifge a' V gp. ,fi .,..f,.f X -.asv g . L9 A! A - N au -,: M we mg fb Amifffl ' A. w 'r fQs':,:'f : EE' Q, 4 X. . ., . if Vx ' BT-5 ' 'C a my -'ri I. A rv., k fn, 3 gf V 451 x, 1 4 , 9 , 5 fl 'lp , 'w . 1 5 ' '.:.f, j' 1,2 , -'15, ., e L rn , f ' - . y . I. 4 . ' Q ' Vifiaii , ' Ng. X ' f X' , ygxjg i M. if f 91? ' ' f "7 - - + ,, ,rm K Q , ,, fe we v 1 of . x,,J J .A 4 jf"-A'i""" "' ' A' ' "'Q--..,..,,,,s-sk. N A 'Nil 'ff x'T A. 1' ' , fflw f' 1930. ff X - X y X X, X ' 4 - ' no ff'f V f X NX QXyfxf,f'Q VX 5'ffkvf4,2,fi1 f I N f Xw" f f . N X' K-7 5 f f I XX C DQT5 Cb QL.. F3 I "' 5 !.f jxkxi-svigwnn N-Hfd,,Qf"is I "' of 1 x ' X 1 ff f ' f If uf 'A or 5,,L4o,' r by Q t ' ' 7 ' f -....,..-.....--...,...-....................... x xv 3' ij: X X25 L, ... - r All the senior girls 'were candidates. for Activity Queen this year with the exception of Ruth Breoshaw, who very gracio usly withdrew because sho was Activity Queen lest yeer. We playoc two home genes before the caneioates Were out Hown to five. There were Evelyn Newfermer, Pansy Crain, Lula Jane Crain, Eileen H eins, anc Lola Roblfing. It provcc to be a very tight race curing the lest five homo games of the soeson. At the ond of the lest homo game the votes were countec, Evelyn becoming Queen with Pansy and Lula Jane as males of honor. . !, ! ,ir 1 ya. - y as W y -,..,.Q,.... ,,,., . , ..l....r.- ,. '. ,..,...Ag.-,.f, , . ,..., , ...l A ...NADA -- .M---A --'-- '- '- -A In ,Xp in , p M 2 f ' X f f ! i-v f if 5 5 I f I X! f : , . 3 E f j ,'-' X, f--N sl,-fm f-N -- T ,,,, ,V 'z R 1, 1 f 2 C I ' ,-s r 5 5 T --v 9 s 5 W Q ff Q' I 1 2 in 3 1 I K ,wif f . .... Since you may have your Gorannum by May l4, the date of the Activity Banquet, I won't dare say that We did thus and so, and a good tina was had by all. We are, nevertheless, anticipating a pleasant evening wherever it may be held. At the present the arrow seems to be pointing toward the Royal Neighbor Hall at Jones Ridge. At this banquet it is always our customs at present intel- lectual and athletic letters earned during the current year.Our regular conference contests, other than athletic, 'have been suspended because of the tire rationing programgconsequently, the number of letters will be greatly diminished. f'N g 5 ,,.e, E 5 1 I T f f ' L... 4 f This year a new club, known as the G.Men, has been organ- ized. It is composed lf all those boys who have in previous years received athletic letters. The fourteen members are Bill Butler, P.J. Demster, Jack Rader, Walter Porter,Bill Knoke J.R.Crain, Harold L.Clendenin, Carl D. Peter, Bill Gale, John H Manken, Bob Choate, Art Grace, Preston Rutherford, and Joe Moschenrose, Coach Dunn is, of course, their sponsor. They chose two officers-P.J. Demeter, president, and Carl Dean Peters, secretary. 76 .........4L.-.nm--V-----M-----' " ' ' ' man Within a very few days after the opening of 'the.aschcol year Coach Dunn called all boys interested in baseball T out for practice. This squad of boys numbered about 3C with such veteran letter-men as Bill Butler, P. J. Demster, Mink Mank- en, H. L. Clendenin, Ikey Rutherford, Bill Gale, and Bill Kno ke making it hard for the younger players to attract attent- ion. After a week of practicing, the squad was decreased to 18 boys and the holes left in the team by graduation were be- ing filled with youngster. This year we didn't get to have the two Wolf Lake games preceding our regular conference schedule, as we have been having for years, consequently, the team went into action ag- ainst Campbell Hill without having had any warm up games to settle their nerves. When the game was over everyone realiz- ed that we had had a very good game, that C'Hill had a 'good team, and that we had lost by the score of 4 to 2. 'V Having lost the first game of the season, Coach Dunn ma- de a couple of changes in his team and the second game of the year against Ava saw Butler, catching, Clendenin, pitching,Kn oke at first base, Newfarmer at second base, Rutherford atfsh ort stop, Demster at third base, Gale in the field, Manken in center field and Grace in right field. In beating Ava by a big score this team showed so much power at the plate and fie lding ability that it took the field as the starting team in most of the remaining games. The next game, which was played at Cobden, saw pArbeiter starting on the mound. Demster finished the game as ppitcher as Arbeiter was pulled for a pinch hitter in the 4th inning. We won this game by a score of 5 to 2 in the first 'half of the last inning after two were out and two strikes were on the batter, When we went to Grand Tower the pitching assignment was given to Demster, and he accounted for himself by ' 'pitching our team to a 15 to l victory, It was in the sixth 'inning that Grand Tower managed to'get their only hit and run of the game, The next five games found the Gorham team performing lib ke the Yankees of the Western Egyptain High School Conferences as they defeated Ava, Grand Tower, Vergennes twice, and Cobden by scores. The last and deciding game of the year was played at Camp bell Hill on a cold rainy day. The team still looked like the Yankees but they were the Yankees on an off day. The game end ed 2 to O in favor C'Hill. This victory for C'Hill made them undefeated conference champions, leaving Gorham in second pla Ceo P ' Q9 5-73 ffxhlf f O f 1 T .-' X1 f ' L f I A X 1' ' ' if V . 1 T 1 , Q N 1 5 l ,. X , i'H 5 xx 1 A- V' 2 'eff I f Q i alf' wie !"'m. LJ 3 f wi Xi.,,,,? ij? 7 Our second team,which was made up entirely cf under-Clase men,started the season by losing to Wolf Lake ny one pcint,unt when the season ended, the second team had l0 victories and on ly 2 defeats. The first team ,played a .system of basketball .that 'igavertwoi men the greatest number of scoring chances, two men were used to handle the ball, and one boy need as a guard almost entire ly. As the table below would indicate Mink Manken and P. J. Demeter were the boys who did the shooting, Art Grace, J. R. Crain, and H. L. Clendenin were the ball handlers, and Bill Butler was our dependable guard. Demeter Manken Butler J.R. Crain Grace Clendenin TOTAL Wolf Lake Cobden Campbell Hill Thebes Ava Vergennes Cobden Valier Grand Tower Ava Wolf Lake Vergennes Ava Campbell Hill Vergennes Grand Tower 73? lit.. 1 S. 17 117 60 47 38 30 409 OPBI QHRI-S-I '59 30 47 35 44 3g 17 3 29 26 25 19 47 20 53 3-3 21 53 34 43 352 zo F0 ll 39 LO 33 32 26 29 16 22 'Mis-1 L sr le A5 oe mm o N Our Athletic Association for this year was limited chiefly to high school students and teachers. No extensive campaign was carried on to enlist outside patrons in View of the fact that it is always a difficult problems to get them notified of meet- ings and to furnish transportation for outings.We did emphasize that patrons were welcome, and several joined our ranks. The usual membership fee of fifty cents was charged, and each member was given a current basketball schedule card. This initial fee, however, had no effect on the price of admission to our games. Qi The big outing of the year was a super, super supper held at Fort Kaskaskia. Everyone was responsible for his own food. Wieners, bacon, and marshmallows seemed most popular. 'We built our fire and ate lunch on the bluff high above the mighty Miss- issippi. -A,-',i Kelly took Mr.Medglin's bus, and it was crammed for beyond true capacity with happy carefree Hvagabonds for a nightfn4,Ef The weatherman has consistently conspired against as this spring, but we're still planning a mammoth hike. iQ,f,csdfit t" 'Early after organization the association chosenthehfolhemw ing: ' .A 1 1 ,ef Q ' lf Bill Galew?resident Bill Butlermvice President Joan Kessel-Secretary Lula Jare Crain-Door Keeper June Kempher-Door Keeper Virginia L.Rosenberge:-Cheer Leader Marjorie A.Lunsford-Cheer Leader 79 ATHLETIC QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS:Clefi to Tight? P.J.Demster3L.J.CraingB.ButIer3E,NewfarmerCQUEENJ5J.Moschenrose P.CraingJ.H.ManKen OFFICERS OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATICH:C1eft to rightj B.Ga1egJ.Kessel3L.J.CraiugJ.KemphergR.ButIer ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION:QIeft to rightb 21353 393: E.WhitsongE.Hewfarmer3 J.Kenon5K.Sniderg T.Hiser5I.- WorthengE.McNeill3B.Stewhens5B.NcCIeland5R.BradshaW5 E. Saulg - M.McEIroy5 D.Koraudo5E.HoinsgB.Heins3C.Brush Qecong gQg:B.DemstergD.Rouse3R.Reams5B.Butler3R.KochgJ.Lunsford P.Rutherford3R.Crain3J.MoschenrosegP.JarrettgC.Erown5J.EddeIman L.ThomasgY.Rosenberger5V.Brush5P.HodglingF.ArbeitergL.Gregerson J.VogeIgM.Lunsford3T.A.Dunn Coach Tglgg gggg M.ETUShQH.HHDk6H2 W.PoTter5J.Craing B.KnoKe5J.Rader5 J.HcElroy3A.Grace5 B.ChoetegP.Densterg P.Clendenin5 T.Phillips5 B.McNeiII5W.TayIor3C.Peters5J.Claussen CHEER LEADERS:Left,H.LunsfordgRight,Va.L.Rosenberger G.C.H.S. LEADERS:left to right First row: R.Koch3B.GaIeg J.laukengR.BPaoshaWgE.Demster3P.Crain P.Rutherford5 J.Moschenroseg R.O'DanieI Second row: J.O'DauieI3 B.ButIerg ?.J.Domster5 C.SauI5 W.Porter B.HcNeill3 T, Phillips G.Men Qleft to rightb B.BUt1GT5P.DGmStGTQJ.R3dQTQW.POTtUTQB.KDOKG51.CT3iH5P.C1GDdGHiD Standing:C.Peters5B.GalegJgManken5B.Choate3A.GracegP.Rutherford J.Moschenrose5T.A.Dunn,Coach MAMA'S BABY BUY Cleft to rightj - Seated:Carl D. PetersgFirst row standing: E.Newfarmer5DLBoucher H.McNeil5R.BradshavgL.C1e5ensengF.Douscer5 Geneva Dunn5.L.Crain ,Second row standin,:J.Hoschonroso:Kiss I,Stewart3 M.ManKen CLASS QUEEN ATTENDANTS: Left to right:W.Porter5R.OfDanioIgI.HcNeiII5G.Estel3 T.Phillips J.Kesse1CQUEEHD: R.BradshawgP,Crain5B.EcNeiIIgJ.KemphergG.Dunn 30 Wfafyfb N519 H1 K I dfhlefic Queen and dffendan fs - X 0111 Ifffr' Clssocfa fam 11.1. Zee 6 CT 7-Z S, Lieaofe-rs .gen ,f - ' 65 " Wfelz Ula ' .1 J W U H M F' 9 L1IXiTfX IM E373 This year the high school and the grade school papers were combined under the name FOUNTAIN QBESS. This was the only solution to the problem which had arisen. Mr. Wathen's leaving left the high school paper without a sponsor, While Miss Stew- art's transfer to the high school created an absence of typi-- sts at the grade school. It was finally decided that Miss Bradshaw of the grade school would sponsor the new paper. The gradeischool held an election and chose a sports reporterg -a business manager, and a reporter from each grade of the grade school. The high school typists typed all the news turned in. Mr. Ramsey, the new high school teacher, took Miss Bradshaw's place as sponsor during the last semester. Although the staff has certainly missed Mr. Wathen, we have had some very co-operative sponsors since he left. 'The paper this year was self-supporting with subscriptions selling at fifteen cents per semester. Editor ----------- Cecil Saul Assistant Editor ---- Norma Clendenin Business Manager ----- Jim O'Daniel Forrest June Van Pelt Art Editor ------- James Korando Society Editor ---- Evelyn Newfarmer Sport Editor -------- Ruth Kenon Typists -------- Joe Meschenrose Bob Choate James Gale Carriers -------- John Claussen Robert Vogel Co-Editors ------- Miss Bradshaw Mr. Ramsey 84 SU U JUDU' NU i' 7 ...- 'vw :,' ' 41 "1 UW Ui' DI' ' x il i This is the second year for the Student Safety Petrol. The duty of the girl menters of this organiztion is to stand at the stair landings to make sure the students pass from the building in a safe Cane sanej manner. The boys are patrolmen on the buses. They assist the students in getting on and off the bus, and assist the drivers in turning around. We are happy to say that no one has suffered a serious accident since our patrol has been inaugugnEQd. The students are as follows: Boyd Butler Melvin Urusn Grover Mifflin 'Q Warren Taylor ef ag Robert Hiser X6 7 Q 1,1 Harold Tindall -0 1 william Patton gf if-f is wilburt Saul it A ' Ralph Weber lgmjwi Lucille Schack Jean Kenonu Doris Cleveland Eva Hee McClelend " Tillie Jo Hiser N u,fi'p., J. F. Claussen 'Q 7 ?"?" Eva Mae whitson .A ' A Peggy Clondonin .fJ,m nf-ef, Jane Gale M N- . Pauline Kodglin . gKdtherine June Snider Marjorie Ann Lunsford u S5 GORANNUM STAFF Seated,Cleft to TightbFIRST ROWpRutherford,co-editorgKoch,-co- editor.SECOND RQH:McClerOiEGFEQersongStephensgRosenbergergCrain Standing,FTRST RCW-BTUShQDUQDaWUClG13UdQStQW3Tt' cowMwpwuQHW0 . ... X- '. J , 0-12 -- . ' . 7 n. -f. ,I -1 -. VogelgDemstergMcNeil1gBradshaWgCraingButler5Craing ATRSHCTCQQS co-sponsorgMankengPeters5STAFDING SQQQQQ RQH3RQames5 Rednourg ClaussengQual1sgRadergPhilIjpsgGalegReames5Westherford5Kranawow tter, MONITORS FIRST Rgwileft to rightJGregersengWeatherfoydgRohIfinggCraing Orain,SECOND RQH:PetersgMoschenrose3PhiIIipsgPorter, LIBRARY CLUB FIRST Rgwfleft to rightjBrushgKenongWhitsongTicergReidgSchackg Newfarmer.SECOND ROW?StephensgBradshaWgPres5WorthengBorngCraing HeinsgSau1gBrushgTHIRD ROE ClausscngRutherfordgReamesgArbeiterg Stueve5GracegO'DanielgArbeig5ggggaingButlergShepardgWhitson. FIRST ROE RednourgDemstergLunsford5Grcgersen5WhitsongWeather- ford5LaynegModg1ingDarnstaedt'WeatherfordgBrushgVoge1gSmith, SECOND ROW MicklcgSau1gShepar5gMattingIygCraingMcLaughlingKre- uzergKi1IiangKenongKorandogBrushgRutIergMcNeilgGaIe.THIRD ROE LunsfordgTinda1lgTaylorgO'DanielgBrewergTicQrgSicklcr5McCIeland Hami1ton5NewfarmergGalegHisergStephonsgDemstergHiserg FQQRTQ ROE EddlemangReamQsgPetersgClustQrgMcNeilgaBouchergThomasgKes- SelgDaviSgWorthbhEROSCHbGTgcrgArbeitergEckertgMankengKorandog McCormickgPortergBut1ergFIFTH ROE RutherfordgCraingKempfer5 Sau1gReamesgMcNeilgCraingGuIIeygSaul5BorngKranawetter5Dunng Jarrett3Bunselmeycr5Gale.QlKTQ QOH KimseygOrain-McElroygVasquez McC1elandgBradshaw5RednourgMcEIroygClendeningEsielgHeinsgHQ1ns5 Knoko, ORCHESTRA VIOLINS:KeruzcrgCroweIIgStephensgwcathorfordgBradshawgLunsfordg PortergStuevogGrcgerSongBroWer5LunsfordgMcNci1gBouchcrgCELLO: RoscnbergcrgTRUMPETS:PetersgFddlemangRutherfordgJarrett3Kunceg SAXOPHONES:DcmstorgRednourgBroWngVogelgALTO:WhitcgCLARIFRTS: McElrQy5McClelandgTaylorgSnidergArbcitcrgSTANDING:MankcngQuaIls girtgqmgLEnsfordgDunngHindmangWorthengCraingDemstcrgHisergMic- Q- 1TCC or. A WELDERS FIRST RQH:GalegChoatogSaul5PGftcr5S2QQQQ RQj:Claussen5Moschen- rosegO'Danielg23g5.Koch5Vogel , JUNIOR PROGRQH FIRST RQW:CLeft to riqhtjweatherfordgKrRnaWettorgStcphenS5Ham iltongBrush.EEQQHQ 5QHzPhiIliDS3ClcndeningKesselgSmithgMcCle- IandgVoge1gTEl3Q BQE:ReamcsgStuevogRosenborgergArbcitergJarretg McLaughlingFOURTR 2QH:RutherfofdgRoame5gCraingKorandogBroWng iauliFIFTR RQH:BunsQlmeyQr5ShiQldsgRadergQuaIIsgNcEIroygArmen- T OU' ' --Tavlor . f U FOUNTAIN STAFF FIRST RQQ:Saul,editorgKorandogMoschenroscgChoatc5GaIegSECOEQ RQE:Ramsey,co-sponsorgClcndoningNQWfarmergKonongVanpcltgBrad shawgco-sponsorgO'DaniolgVogel. H STUDENT PATROL F1351 RQH:WhitSddgCIbndoningLunsfordgDcmstcrgSnidcrgModgIing GQ1egSFCOND Rggzwebcr5SchucKgKcnongBorngClevelandgCraingMc- glclang5HgSiigCIiussoggTHIRD RQH:RutlergBrushgMiffIingTayIorg - isorgIin a gPa tong mul. ae f ---Af - --A I -........,........,.. M.- , 'fflonifafs Junior I-frogfczzn V' Chorus .,.Q Oches fra fm I A my Club 7aunIain Mess J X so Egxv MXXNXXXXXXX C . 7 ---C Q, A 1 VCV 1 'QB XY' N ' ,l...1,f-L-'ix -steamer C .,u'- X ,ffffw E Xxx. XNXXXN C f xxx - X gs We, the members of the 1941-42 Gorannum Staff, sincerely hope we have pleased you with this annual. This year, because of financial reasons, as well as the uncertainty of procuring future supplies ano the resulting possibilities of being unable to publish a l943 yearbook, the Seniors and Juniors have combined their efforts in preparing the present edition. The staff eleetee from two classes follows: 7 7 Editors in Chief: Robert Koch CSD 5 Preston Rutherford CJJ Business Kanagers: P.J1 Demeter CSD Edware Reames CJD eSports Editors: Ruth Braeshew Csb ree Phillips CJD Feature Eeitorss Lula Jane Crain CSD Berne Lee MeCleland CJ? Art Eeitors: Geneva Dunn Csb 1 Velma Brush CJD Calendar: John Claussen CS? Magealene Reanes CJD QQ . sm.. ,,.......... ,,,, , ...................,,,,.. .,. , ., . ,, . , Typists: Margaret Ann McNeill CSD Mhry Etta HBEITGY S1 Louise Gregersen CSD A Pansy Crain CSD Virginia Lee Rosenberger CJD Betty Stephens CJD Regete Vogel fJD Nelda Dranawetter CJD Alumni: Imogene Rednour CSD V Marjorie Westherfori CJJ Printers: Carl Dean Peters QS? Bill Butler fSP JmnJ.MmmnCN Bill Qualls CJD , Jack Rader CJ? Sponsors: Imogene Stewart Margaret Armentrout We wish to thang our sponsors for their time an efforts in Publishing this edition of the Gorannum' and to. extend four appreciation to anybne 'who has lent a helping hand in any way. f4?N 1 i- 2 X .X K Xilinx.- , x f' 1-VNx"1w XX fx ,X ! -'I Ku X, ljhm 'Erik F ' if A Egfx 1-I R K I X s,.,fxl ,. N' ws XX if' X rx X' . ' ,S KN, X on r 3, it X fI-f' ' X ..x w .X- x -H, x .g,.. '1 ."x 'iw v ..... b X,-I I .,I5',, .,- A :. mf' x H . .W , W , ,fww,M ,, I I 1 4, j 3 I 1 Q 7 lf- 43 K If 5' XfQ4EX'fQ5fi' . .- 1 f-fbi, 1' -- .5 gnwf Q ,lxLWfgf,A,Rb6Qig jjljgxflr' emma K+. 3 5',:i3,,px '.x'-V-f,.?. 'K , 1- Z- .gs . .- Each year new groups of high school students find that they have voices and set about discovering the best and su rest means of developing them, People sang long before they 1 - Q built instruments to play upon, ,MMU V M' Huwumawgl v V Through the years' our high school chorus has grown to an organization well to be proud of. We boast a mixed 'cho- rus of eighty-nine members, singing together and giving a stimulation of "close family life,'fwQaQ1'1,,,QL1e,,d,2?E,,h?g,S. fhfwe each one contributes something, all pull together, and be- come closer in doing so. The chorus sings all songs HA CAPPELLA,H meaning, with out accompaniment, which gives them the musical value in bl- ending of voices. One achievement was gained this . year when singing a NWar Medley.H They modulated from one key to another. This is extremely difficult and requires skilled concentration on the part'of the singers. Although we did not go to the chorus contest this year because of the war program, we feel sure that the chorus would have given a good account of itself, H "l ' The chorus sang at the ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL this year. A large crowd attended, and many compliments were received. The ANNUAL STAFF would now like to join all, I think, who have heard the ehorus, in -salut"fn'g' Mi's'sNMi'ck1Me' ahd"sT.1ch a grand and cooperative organization. ......4...........l....J. .e7e enleg, , ee,ef fir . URL, fllijfy I lx!-X During the fall of 1936, under the direction of Allene McCord, the orchestra was begun. In l939, Marion Mickle, our present director, filled the vacancy created by Miss McCord's leaving to accept a jpositioh at Murphysboro. During the past three years under the supervision fcf Miss Mickle the orchestra has grown in number and has pro- gressed rapidly. The members of the orchestra are as follows: VIOLIN lst Ruth Bradshaw Marjorie Lunsford Betty Stephens . Eleanor Weatherford ,ffm Janetta Crowel V ,jg Melvin Brush V . VIOLIN 2nd "'Llyod Gale fffs Louise Gregersen X 13 Walter Porter f J Dorthy Boucher U X J ff ' ' "'Joyce Lunsford fi fr" Agnew Brewer , Bw Lester Stueve ,f 'Billie Schimpf gagcorflzowa ' tSonia Rednour Robert Vogel Chester Brown Fern'Arbeiter Bud CEveretteJ Demster BELLS Geneva Dunn 9 tGrade school pupils 92 ,. .,.....Li.,,......,,.1.,-Lg, A, -W , 1 CLARINET Clarence Arbeiter Katherine Snider YRuth Taylor Berne McCleland Mary Etta McElroy TROMBONE. T V , ' P, 1. Demster J. R. Crain , rForest Dean Hindman,, f Iola Worthen , 1 , . Carl Dean Peters James Eddleman ' Junior Jarrett Preston Rutherford C YMary Kunce rmmprxrs l 'BASS 'p John H. Manken Everett Lindsey lim rLaverne White Eli? QEQM Junior Lunsford EM b fEdward Earl Qualls tLee Wortham EILANQ Tillie Jo Hiser QE!-LQ Virginia Lee Rosenberger Q 'J I 'x F. .J H 1... , is-D L-: Du' ' . D ' J - 4. Q jx, , . A fQFl l rGrade School Pupils 3 l 1 k L... -lei - -i.,..,,.,- ,,,,,, .W ,, ,Y , WH W W if it 15 Sli VM letj L l - On Tuesday night, March l7, l942, the Music Department pre sentee their thire annual Music Festival. The program was es follows: Taps Cln menory of the brave since Dec. 7, l94lD---Trumpcters: M . . , Jr. Rutherforeg Cerl Deen Petersg Jimmie Edelemen. Seng--CGoe Bless Americalz---Sarah J. No6glingBetty Lou Quollsg Patsy Weatherforcg Evelyn Gregerseng Donna Quinhg June Quinn Orchestre Selections:---Americag Years of Peace: Preise for Peace. Horn Solo---Free Gverture NTennheuserH--Wegner--Lavefne White. Soprano Solos--Come Along and Dance --- Louise Gregersen. Grade School Chorus---Long, Long, Aqog Ouilting Party. High School Chorus---In the GloaninggStars of the Summer Nightg All Through the Night. Vocal Fuet-- -Betty Crain :nf Ruth Kenon--CSwanec Riverl Trumpet Duet---John Fisher ene Ralph Weber. Orchestra Selections: Largo Cfrom XerXes3--by Heneelg Hey Pioele-Piecle-Pickory Fickory Tockg Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Baritone Solo---Hello, Swnnee, Hello--thy Everett Lin6seyD Saxophone Duet---Fern Arbeiter one Kiss Nickle' fDrinK to Ne Only With Thine Eyes? Vocal Solo---Ole Nan Wine--Chy Evelvn Gregerseni Instrumcntel Quartet---C J.R. Crwin, P.J. Derstcr J.H. Uanken Miss Nickle!--Softlv New the Liqht of Dev' White Cliffs of . . . 'i Dover. High School Chorus---Silent Night Ch? special requestDgNeoley of War Soncs. Orchestre Selections:---America the Beautiful: Onwarc Christ- ian Soldiersg Star Spangled Benner. 94 fi ' -4 .GL .. 5 ,.,- s .. , . -. 1- my V- . ,. 2. -, 'fi g fs, J::. .M--.-,J 5- 1- . . wr. ' l ':w:.1?n.:,-.-.4-'ff' 7.':!.3'.i ii 311'-L' i .f1.,..:. .,.:'.,..9',?fi.., ' 5, , fi V 5:1 ,..,,,ii - , , A , , , . . ,, ..,. .. A i W ,y . Q j.. I.. VU al nw s it QE ml 3 W f? la .1 Qi- 1 1 xi L 1 1 " -in' ifi' HE: IQ: fx? " Z.:-'1' Q- er, , 4.3: Rik .Qc . jfs- . ". l Q I ':-1' Q E,.1f'f. .,'j': 7 ' " fn ' . 'l', - ' 1 1" --in -'15 - . ': ' . 5-. A X fri nib "' "'- -i' ' . ,e .11 4 ffffi iEa'a' '..y1 1. Qv.: iig. VWQ4 , -415. . -.-... . ...,......-.- 'L-Lp 4.41 At the beginning of the school year '41-'42 a monitwr was appointed for the study hall. His duties are to ars- wer the students hand, allowing only one person on the floor at a time. Therefore the teacher in charge of the assembly has more time to give individual supervision of study. The following is a list of the monitors in the order they serve: Eleanor Weatherford Louise Gregersen Carl Dean Peters Pansy Crain Lola Rohlfing Joe Moschenrose W g,- L oTed-Phillips""' tr N'fs NT Walter PorterC9th hour Tues. and Fri.J Lula Jane Crain Due to Physis Laboratory on Tuesdays and Fridays two are appointed for the 9th hour. l.J1E,cRA RY QLUEL The Library Club was organized this year with Miss Armentrout as the sponsor. All rians and anyone that has work longs to the club. The purpose magazines and library books in the students. magazine and reserve litres to do with the library be- of the club is to Keep all good condition for use by Ruth Bradshaw is the head librarian with Betty Stop- hens as assistant. The following hold offices of the club: President:--Ruth Bradshawg Vice-Presidentze-Lester Steuve Secretary:--Velma Brushg Sgt. in Arms:--Edward Reames. The students who have been assigned definite duties for certain periods of the day are: Magazinefgibrariansz-- q 'r, g,fg Giles Whitson 'E 'Q Jean Kenon Clarence Arbeiter Velma Brush Earl Arbeiter Jim 0 Daniel Sylvia Saul Bill Knoke John Claussen Reserve Librarians:-- Iela Worthen Eva Mae Whitson Sylvia Saul Ikey Rutherford Jack Shepard Cecelia Brush Lester Stueve Eileen Heins Richard O'Daniel 53 X ef, mx L lRfXf.f:lm DAVID During a series of two weeks, a group met in the typing room each day at 12:30 for prayer meeting. The group was under the supervision of Mr. Amos Qualls who read scripture and commented. During the time that was left,questions were brought up discussed, and answered. On the average, there were from twelve to fourteen present. Each day we had visit ors. Miss Eliza Alma Hand attended our meetings when pos- sible. When the noon hour was over, we had closing prayer- by some of the members. This band was organized in Jan- uary during the Methodist Revival. 96 112' . .. .VN ,J ,x L L1 jx LL gd QV x-.. fd?-iii.-' -Lxii.. . .X X X I ., , ,L ' 1 K S M K 5: s ss -N N ,rum-W-, ' : 5 ' 5 M ' 7 ff' f 4 , f N" -i?::- ...ff . . X I 1' l Tri- " . ... ,I f' 1 'I """'i4" f' - 5-m -dw-ff' A ti +4 sixxguxxnx , , ,. , ,,,......4.A,-.. Xxx ff! low .... . . -X Z . F V I 7 E 1? 1 ! T X . P E r 5 i L Lo 6 o ..... -' my W., Y , -V L....,nnp.-- .V---1-W ' i in U I3 f t August 26---School opened September 18---Miss Stewart absent with mumps September 24---Mr. Wathen accepted position at Murphysboro October 17---HMama's Baby Boyn ' November 20-2l---Thanksgiving Vacation December 22---Boys gave Taylor a hair out December 25-Jan,5---Christmas Vacation January 9---Wm G. Bunselmeyer satfl January January January January January January January 9- l2 22 23 26 27 29 Feburary'3 71:5- ---Mr. Ramsey came into Feburary 5- -Joan crowned class queen --Miss Armentrout gave seniors 16 E's 23---Semester Exams assistant janitor--little C. H. S. asquired Gerald Leon. Amos has great ambition for his son our midst ' 1 f ---First Robins arrived--Spring Fever assured p ---carl Dean became a pilot with big feet N - ---New coach arrived for G. C. H. S. 6 pound Benny Allen--better known as B.A.D. A --Prayer group had first meeting. Amos very effeoiently lead the group Feburary 5---Jim O'Daniel wrote his first letter to a girl Feburary 6 Febuary 16 ---Mink--A.W.O.L. --Registration Vacation Feburary 28---Spieth, 98 h , - -..a.nb-- H-M -- - 1 ' 1 ' in ' Z sl. ll- L- :E Q' 1 -fp-if .M H v A 8 'A -.,,,.. F f7ic'n1'c'king if .-. q - in -- Nyx ei 521 In 1-at x AM, 1' lg f 1 J. X X Biffle Sarg- anl l1 Chief 3 5' ni: I, ' J Shields and Udvii A 'W Z1 ,-w ff ,.,-L jfufh W A af - .mf fi Uni am-I mf'!1f7 wheres five sh ? fffaygfe alice 711LIlI'C' ? I-fare we are "ax jffffe mm' Cb. IT a fic' Cawan da 4 . . 3. vi, L 255 5: . 2 . -.PFA N. , -.,- va. .. 1 , ,-ex ' f r.PiifQ 1-was 'vi' J Q 4,- Y . 1 R . . v 'il Ifiiclfeyiwousek 5f!1l1dff1 L",-J gf JU' .n ' I.g' .X k 1 Grover, 7am ala wfmf 1 :mf Weida i t y 24. C Earn ff 55717194 ffuebfn 00114 Jean Eva 7Uaelf7c' Cleland Boxes f" .." 4jUN!OR SENIQR uxLKNQU?f ,f'f?' , RX to-,O I- -h .ff ff' fp 'fx XX. XX- ffff nw? 'WH XXXX X wif 1" ij Xe ,uf X I if' f XF if iw, ,,, May 2 is the date set for the Junior-Senior Banquet, Be- fore that time our annual will have wended Spieth-wardg con- sequently, this notice must of necessity be a report of plans rather than one telling of a past pleasant episode. Our general building plan has cut short many of our usual public programs. A logical result is a rather scant supply in the Junior Treasury. Determined not to be victims of circum- stances, they rallied to the emergency and decided to furnish the food themselves--roast chicken and the trimmings--and ap- pealed to the Gorham Methodist Sunshine Class as an organized group to assume the responsibility of preparing the banquet. They graciously consented, and with the help of perhaps ten in phomore girls who will act ns waitresses, plan a very delightn ful evening in the grade school music room for the fledgling Seniors. 101 dim? H fm EM j,R,- - - Mink- - - Teddy- - P.J.- - - Bill Gr - Bud- -J- Tillie Jo Betty- - Junior- - Jr.- - - Jm-Fc' " " Benny- - Jimmy- - Junior- - Billy Me. Peck- - - Buggar- - Gene- - - Katie- - Junior- - Bob G, - Art- - - Billy- - JT, MC.- Peanuts- BObR9" " Jim Dc' ' Gene- - - Pud- - - Bill Q. - Bobf - - Eddie- - 102 HEHINKU - - - - - - - - -James Ruben - - - - --------------- John Harold -n g In an A Q 3.1: an no .-u-cuba-cuaonnu.-n my--.-manga-an il -ll ll un Q no il In as :- as as an -I ll as In h Q Q 1 an 1- .Q an an Q Q. 3 1 I! I' Il ll ul as ll ul ls A as an no up 1- -u -n nn -1 -. an - -Theodore Doerr - - - - - - - Phillip Judson - - ---- Billy Edward - Everrott Norman Athalie Josephine - Elizabeth Ellen - - - - - - - -Isaac Preston - - - Park Gordon - H ---------- Jeff Bennington Gerald - - -James Donald -..-....-.........---......-.........-QWQ11 - - - - - William - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Henry otto - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Giles Arthur - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Harold Eugene -- Katherine June - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -John Lawrence - - - Robert Lynn - -Arthur William - - -John William - - - - - -Hubert - - Richard Allen - - Robert Eugene - - - awilliam Russell - - ----- i- - -James Leo - - Harold Loyld - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -William ciifton --n-up-u--.uu--our uvnnnnnaiqnnnnnnunuu ',...i'ff'ffff fi,-.3,,, A 5.,p'f': .H-,,g.g1::. g g. . ,Legg-25 jg. R -1. nys, ' walwmmw' "fawgww' '.1'.3g3' "'.1zC:r'f 'f - -Robert Raymond - - Calvin Edward X fa. f,, ,-reef if q72r?Q?.4fA4gf! Brush, Velma 5. Peters, Carl Dean 5. Vogel Regeta 5 Krananetter, Nelda 4:75 Bosenberger, Va. Lee 4.75 Saul, Cecil 4.66 SECOND Koch, Lucille 5. Kranawetter, Nelda 5. Peters, Carl Dean 5. Rosenberger, Va. Lee 5. Vogel, Regeta 5. Buck, Marvin Cleveland, Doris Crain, Margaret Davis, Margaret Koch, Lucille Lunsford, Marjorie QUARTER Cleveland, Doris ' Crain, Bansy Dilday, Opal Kempfer, June v Knoke, Billy Brush, Velma 4.75 McCleland, Eva Mae Crain, Margaret 4.75 Moschenrose, Joe Buck, Marvin 4.5 Stephens, Betty THIRD QUARTER Brush, Velma 5. Vogel, Regeta Kempfer, June 5. Buck, Marvin Rosenberger, Va. Lee 5. Lunsford, Marjorie Knoke, Billy 4.75 'Moschenrose Joe Kranawetter, Nelda 4.75 Peters, Carl Dean 35343 E 5??1w I TL Fi iEQQ mff5Hs3?4?ii?i..n .,.. rj ' . . ,,., A.-.gat-f L-, p,- -1--.- ...na-11111'f7E""a' ..--. 1- V- .' . .,, mga .-'.. . ,M,,,,.Lk,,5. rw-sn I I O I I UTUTNNUTUTNTL 0 U1 ' o U1 O 0 0 0 I 0 UTUTUTUTURNJT 0 YWUIQ VT .5 .5 10 ?.. ff 1 ' A 'I' jf'-,:' Vs ie- N31 ,HH .,,- r if 1 .site ' X iffgia sr QTWAIQER Brush, Melvin 4.25 Clendenin, Peggy Cluster, Jewel . 4.25 Crain, Pansy Dilday, Opal 4.25 Gale, Jane Kempfer, June 4.25 McCleland,-Eva Mae Knoke, Billy 4,25 Rutherford, Preston Weatherford Eleanor 4.25 Saul, Sylvia ciaussen, cieiia 4. steph-ans, Betty SECOND QUARTER Saul, Cecil 4.3 Crain, Lula Jane Davis, Margaret 4.25 Estel, Georgia Easterly, ennie 4.25 Gregersen, Louise Reid, Alice 4.25 Hiser, Tillie Jo Buck, Homer 4. Lunsford, Marjorie Brush, Melvin 4. Porter, Walter Casey, Mary 4. Reames, Magdalene Clendenin, Norma 4. Rutherford Preston Cluster, Jewel 4. Weatherford, Eleanor THIRD QUARTER Brush, Melvin 4.25 Weatherford, Eleanor Casey, Mary Lou 4.25 Cleveland, Doris Cluster, Jewel 4.25 Crain, Lula Jane Crain, Pansy 4,25 Crain, Robert Davis, Margaret 4.25 Dunn, Geneva Dilday, Opal 4,25 Krug, Ruby Koch, Lucille 4.25 Saul, Edna Mae MoCleland, Eva Mae 4.25 Snider, Katherine June Reid, Alice 4.25 Stephens, Betty . ..., , .A ,ji t- ,A 1 WffIf1Qfs-j,f'w ',', ' 104 by V9 fx V59 5 fx fl, '-J .- f by Q 1 X , ,- ,..J in df - 1 is -..J Jr- I I N..J .,J A Sun doesn't have a chance to rise as long as you can see 48 stars--W.W. A Walter Winchell's toast to the Jap fleet--HBottems Upn. Hitler is giving medals to his soldiers: For Running. Bear hunting Hitler has decided to bring the bear back to Germany alive: To see if the German people can kill it. . Order of the Year Don't fire until you can see the slants of their eyes. ' A glass bottom boat has been built for the Japanese leaders so they can View their fleet, ttomerrowb Bob Burns says HLet1s not bury the hptchets until we bury the Axis, Bob Hope says he Went to the Lockheed Airplane factory to see how fast they were building Airplanes. He stretched out his arms and yawned,and before he knew it, they had landing gears under him and were loading bombs on his back. RQGQ Qi L32 X953 The Japs will be saying in l943. I'M going back to Tokyo,boys, these Yanks are killing ne. The U.S. has agreed to share the oceam 50-50 with the Japs.We take the topg they take the bottom. Our big bombers will soon be going over Tokyo and painting the town yellow. Hitler's entensive investment in Russia should give us a pretty fair idea of what is meant by frozen assets--- Kansas City Times. If you wish to buy a map with Japan on it, you had better hurry. We are going to demolish it. The Japs are on a one-Way road to Burma. Bob Burns has the Japanese Lumbago. Every once in a while he feels a stab in the back. The Japs have decided to get the earth. The marines are going to give it to them--one shovel full at a time. 105 2.---.W Y, ..,f. -,. ...V,V . , .-,--.....,,.......,.,,..,....Y.... WH., W... ..,,, ,...... --.... ., V, . , M Q 1? x , '- ' - 3 ...Q ' u . - x l I Xx - J N ' 171' b'lxgU' X'J I F 3...a,"E., x..f- -31---Miss A. had flu ---Teachers Instutute .-...J iffx l ' J 25-27---C.D. become known as Professor Peter Q March 19 March 20 March April 1- April 8- April lO Hay 2 -- May 8 -- May 14-- Hay 17-- Hay 2l- Hay 22-- 106 taught for Mr. Hindman.D --I!!! --Baby-doll afraid of rain -U-Dgpptngria shot Junior-Senior Banquet -Junior Program -Activity Banquet -.Bhconlaureate --Commencement -??Grand Final ' ---- - - -Il-----L-Y--aiu-fb -V '-1-as f--- '-1I-e--- --- E A . g.f ,,,,,ngiigii'ilH.k I 1 Q and -m -f 1-A 3 si X 1 52111151 2211111 A 1 1 1 is-fda' 1 - I! , fi ffdymoncl Saul p '1 Z3e1111y':fhu1f1na11 ' ml? 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The aderess in the latest obtain able. We hope we have omitted no one. P.F.C. Victor Arbeiter Co. NIH3n6 Quartermaster Training Regt. Quartermaster Replacement Center Fort Francis E. Warren Cheyenne, Wyoming PVT. Robert D. Bracshaw A.s,N. 16041288 35th Interceptor Control Sq A.P,C. llO3 ofo Postmaster San Francisco. California S!Sgt. Homer E.Bradshaw 59th Air Base,Souadron.5 . Keesler Fielo, Vississirpi PVT. Walter Butler Mefical Fepartment Barkscale Fiolo, Louisiana Sgt. Roy Casey 79th Air Base Group Air Corps Gunnery School Las Vegas, Nbvaoa P.F.C. James Claussen Hqo Con I ,' 501 Parachute Battalion Fort Knobbe, Canal Zone Robert Carruthers Yeoman School U.S. Submarine Base Pearl Harbor, T.H. SfSgt. Burl S. Crain 560 Tech. School SQ. Special Scott Field, Illinois John Dunhouse U.S.S. Barnet Norfolk, Virginai ' Leon Dunhouse 369 School So. ' Scott Fielc, Illinois lll avr. E. B. Dunn A.s.N. 364.78495 Hg, Btry. 26 th F.A. Brigade Plum Cfl Postmaster San Francisco, California Douglas Dycus . CjC.Yeoman, DG. Air Station St . Petersburg, Florida PVT. Glenn F. Downen 447 Ord. co. CAVNDB Bardsdale Field, Louisiana Cadet Wayne M. Demeter A.S.N. 16066304 Moffit Field Santa Ana, California Uslysses Charles Farrell l506 Ames Ave. Omaha, Nebraska P.F.C. Louis Fehringer l60th Med. Det. A.P.0. 40 Los Angeles, California PVT. Freeman Gale Battery HBH 3rd Battalion F.A. Replacement Center Fort Bragg, North Carolina iriz Joseph Gale UPS. Naval Training School Barraeh C. Lower West Ford Motor Co. Dearborn, Michigan Joe Grace SK-3c Athletic Dept. U.S. N. Great Lakes, Illinois PVT. Robert Hastings Oo. H. 160th Inf. Camp San Luis, Obispo, California Sgt, Albert Hiser Co, G.Q.M, Training Regt. Fort Francis E. Warren Cheynno, Wyoming PVT. William Hiser 93rd School Sqd. Scott Field, Illinois Sgt. Eugene Kimzey Bet. l lith C.A. Fort Flager, Washington - P.F.C. Roland Krause co. C. 55th Q.M. Regt. CH.M 3 Fort Sill, ozianoma Pnm 310 Francis Layton N.O.B. Receiving Station Norfolk, Virginia Corp. Chas..Glenn Mattingly 93rd Pur, Sqd. Morris Field, North Carolina PVT. Chester McMeen Co. B. 14th Training Bn, lst Platoon Camp Wheeler, Georgia Barrack F450 PVT. Albert Miesner United States Army Fort Custer,Michigan Maxwell Morgan Pensacola Naval Air Base Pensacola, Florida sfsgt. George O'Daniel Hq. Hq. Squadron ACRTC.CTD Jefferson Barracks, Missouri Dale E. Peters S.K.3fc' U.S. Submarine Base New London Connecticut Box-12 Corp. Lavern D. Qualls A.P.O. 501 San Francisco, California Glenn Reid U.S.S. Chicago T.H. 4th Div. Pearl Harbor, awaii H James Reeder U.S.S. Overton cfo Postmaster New York, N.Y. PVT. Herbert Saul cfo Distrist Engineers Station Y Pier 2a Honolula Territory, Hawaii P.F.C. Gilbert Saul CO,F. lllth Inf. A,P.O. 28 ' Indiantown Gapz Pennsylvania P,F.C. Raymond Saul U.S. Army, 3rd Company 4th Students Tn. Bn. Fort Benning Georgia PVT. Rueben Strothman Co, HCM 60th Inf. 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L Xfxf 1fVXf gy .S 4Mark Shields: UYQS, I use the Columbus systcnnn D E LJ cg 10145 I oToH5oI'szQl , P o QHNJD NAI fc if E5 rv-s 1 XE . sxklklihfyiyjqlo V 4 in xg-.xg-G Nl ANAV M 1 ., i E155 Stewart: HWh5t's that?H rk ia ' S.: UI discover a key and land on its irq Dunnzffinishing long alge- 'ua izoblcnb. 'And so we Ft QT ,U ina x equals zcro.U Bill McNeill: ,.l' HAll that work for nothingcu Friend: Well, been fishing! oh? C51 Caught anything? old mas? f 5,3 ,.A,J! ,.f 'A1HgVQ .U Angler: CglumlyD?Yos indeed! JmJi:iplilL'tljTkm:LtmQt'L"C! caught the 9110 thcrc and tfi C3 A 3 Q-, 9 5:57 back. Got c.e.u5gh't in ...- U OUC4 10 C2 J -Z.. to o storm caught cold and boy -, T , 1 will i catch it wlicn I get -H-flf71bif4.l'g52.9f' -5 if Hd llcge home' -,,,,, lf: e C V G Fnfi. 1 Success: Biting off more than E , ,. J El' you can chew and chewing it. wlliizklillllwglill LEi33-w- , 714 . - --ff Q: Vifczmul -mu rmy , 119 9 44-AA-ummm M Am-Mm.--M-SM-MAAMMMMAA . , fmiss Armentrout: "Def1nethe' CX word puncture. 84, J.R..: "A puncture is a little '-.fxgf 'Jgyk hole in a tire, usually fou- l ,L 'nd a great distance from tho Qhfja I-gl maya: "i 'sfyfv garage., e he Egvw-V,-facts figs Bill Gale is always boasting about his family tree. Do you Vzeld +GaYd2 11 .is -think he has One? cies. Q S fag,-118 lv. H 51-mu,,yPQQJg5.fQcVnb1W- Sure he's a nut. Father: "Who broke that chair 'M ' 'i f i ' ' in the parlor' last evening?" ijo QC! S fQ-j 11,8 Betty S.: "lt just collaspsed l 'l " l ' l all of a sudden, father, but Q- N N fl, , W neither' of us was hurt." as-a9l'QA9-5 Cliff' as - --..---..-..- 1 X He: I Wish I had a nickel for lqn, MAJINQ1 fQV,gQi,5.Sb9yQ,S,,-.-.M every girl I've kissed. ,X ., N She: What would you do? Buy IWW 90,33 ,1 CU: -gf Sj.LQ-Q5 t a pack of gum? 5 1 J """" Q,.-,-.-,--.-fVfi!VfflQ' - Qual-2 e me c -, lli, 3 Du1gi3L1O,lc 72 , V V 5 Vt - .Ml ..... A.- ...T ..... -..JU i I A5 X :J , TCE X ci C O M EL 5 59' 5 Ls , ' - gm ls X y l iWarfawQ,LllhvclcegQ1cvw gm , si? A . N , E I , t FA',-.X1Xll.Q.l.,-LXi..,U.e. all , pe lv, 0, vv.ec-lQ2LZc -f, vw ,M , y XVX u R P HY 1."'1 n.'1' I '1 nl " x':" 11' ,I XQQOVG l- 120 iSome Solid Geom-l A Teacher: What is wrong with for Mr. Ramsey? this sentence? UGirls is na- GiVGH2 One ton of coal. turally better looking than 5 To Prove: One ton of coal is a boys,n 5 chicken thief. Mink: Girls is artificially PI'OOf2 5 better looking than boys. One ton of coal is two thous i ---------- L and pounds. Two thousand 5Mr. Dunn: Where is Bill Knoke?f pounds is 3 Weight. A wait ,Bill Butler: Do you nean that iS a short Stop. A Short 1 fellow that wears a size 14 stop is a baseball player. ' Shoe? A baseball player is a foul ,Mr. Dunn: Yes. catcher. A foul catcher is aLBill B, He's down at the crossy i chicken thief. ' l A ' f road turning around. Given: One sheet of writing pa-lTraffie Cepg Den't you knew A per. what it means when I hold my To Prove: A sheet of paper is a hand. lazy dog. Miss Armentrout: I ought to. Proof: I've been a school teacher A sheet of paper is an ink A for twenty-five years. lined plane. An inclined --------- f plane is a slope up. A slow ,Barberz Wet, or dry, sir? pup is a lazy dog, lCustomer: Comb my hair and ----------- 5 never mind about my politics. only Q.i.-5.. .,.tl-,V,u,LQ,aJ1.f..5z,11t9a-l... I ,a t,., EQJHQEMMH ' Q... Hiic,asrs,Qf,,fes,----, ,Bali Haj' In def v 1 ce A ,vftjfjfgff Vmiatmfz MPA. .117 y If F'fi.Y SDOATO - A ' 121 , 1 5 Z 4...., ,, 'FXU1 ,z -'fy sg -ssj C'J1fXJOLlMf.Nfo DJ. lo HL. ' i"' X 1 fX ,LAX .. 7-'xJ A A . X fx . - 1. I , I.. Fl A F l X -M l.fK1J.VJ Y J if 'J HJ, L' L'- .am .32EEE2'fllllfsffSESS.-'52'jiri'E22EE''ZEEEZZT'mi? FOR .YOUR CONDIATIONED Q .-V. - V -. -A"- V COMFORT ' IN H5956 U MGS of Ju 6 SS 'O A21 ,.,, If ' ,147 fff' ,J f" Evory one moods divforsion. This is prrticularly A true in times of strain as at present., One form of diVC?1"Sj.OIl that ls accessible, to all is the MOVIES. Going to thf ITOVILZS is rr splcifrldid anti- dote for TLCE1'1SiOI'l.T1'1-12 choiczo of soroou intortain- mont is so VE'T',f.'f.C1 as to provide just the pickup you mood. Whom r,orvf,s fzifo tomso, Go to thou... HARLOYIYS TEHLLQTIEB, and RELAX. . . RI3IAiEI'fiZI3Z'i IEOKQHRJRSF DAY . A SUIEDILY HAY 10th N SPECIAL MOTHERS" DAY program SUNDAY 62 IIONWDAY May 10?-ll I Trent hor' to a movie at Tho I.LlRL.O'.E"S TI-XEATRE. M O . N 122 l s ,MT D, .c, H .. - ,, lebout music? I In 4Opera Singer: I've been singing in the Metropolitan for twen 1 ty years. C3 I F Q' Miss Mickle: Then you must have -H.W9-H .... - known Madam Butterfly whenk i .., ' she was only a caterpillar." ' Ester: Crather bored and sleepy , i at 2:34 A.M.l HI don't know a thing about baseball. Bill Butler: Let me-explain it .offilid ,, ' ' ll, , cCQQtdl, oid Lsdyctot11zt15fE657"Snibk3iBE KX cigarettebz You'd better 5 vivo stop that, otherwise you will 'lg , , never become president. M fe '-Qfiy Little Boy: CBob Vogell Oh, x'Q9 'XJM that's all right, I'm a rep- '.ff7 E 'ws ublican anyway, i fjyw Q c --------- - , Draftee: Course I know all ab- ggglilgljlp-M '52G, out Uncle Sem, Surg, but who ffl' -,XA is that Auntie Air Craft? M -- ---.---Q-q Q N-5 S ii BBT, '- i ite you. B B W 1 - B gpf, ?x J 1 1Ester: Very well. Give me an ...A9...uCl--fi , illustration of a home run. fs gf . ?He was just a fortune hunter- .i.N.o.r.iU'a..4.bg!.d.2..l ..9,4P,.7fi.,K just Widow Shopping- "x 1 , ..-.-.. -- Xxx . ,ff EOur son rises at lO, and sets bs. ,f' 1 all day. r, -.------ ,- . ' Q i, X, V 2. HKeep Smilingu ...Qo.nl1.gi3:n..l.e.,....e-oJ.,l - c .A B --o . ,. After a long talk and the voluei ff ' V , of peace, good will, and disarm!lgiQLL2MuUf3SLb1Jg111.F?lf-W-l ament, Mr. Ramsey asked his is class if they objected to wer. gflegrlQ1illnJY3EJiQJ1zL71dLSfiH, Walter Porter: HYes, l do.U 1 id l ' Mr. Ramsey: "Good: Nov tell us Jef--f ' Why " M 4 L 'W 17.64-...t. M 1 Walter P.: UBecause sir, wars E jl'J'Ti""'gNu Aff'r make history, and I hate , Q-31'-' B history.H Q 4X1',A,5'i --------- I - Qf' ' Miss Mickle: What do you know Q XE? 2 123 r i V W j about the Dead Sea.H x Ax I g A HWell, did you know that my rg.ic:h1mme,Qlfleafc vrrlfflmufeuifbri Elii23?imdfathef mm the A v lStueve:nbo-you-inet-the diff- l . - i??SQTEE between visionfand iMfiHLQHHDdiEHIWQ0QK0QnHligig NoL T-SEHLLQEILQZ You know the girls ve jwere out with yesterday? Well, Qthe one I was with'Was'aJ . J H fvision, and the one you were ,JJLHJFIA - Gerhevvemmv ' June: You remind me of en air- ,l plane. P.l: Why-because I'm a high flyer? June: No, because you're just A l , I .- he .5.Q,,iJ,!ffQ.lTl Zzf? . - .r J., .W-. -13 .QM L tom. L Em RD. no good on earth. l CW I l fx? V -------------- Z -, Q, w H FOR about an hour a Wen fromykl-LJi!LLL!1EK "'--" Qgigixuil' Denver had been boasting to an Englishmen about the magnificent of the Rocky TToLmtains.ysQg,Qn'td'D Tf VI 5171, M t , ljoldier: Sir, the enemy are es thick as peas! HGnnerel: All right shell them Mod- 'V..!,.I.l'J..-S...... .mi1.d.CUrri.dl, b"f""' .... ----i--l--- ' Q 0 , . ,f -X ,-7 fx X.. v ,. ,,.. eww ..... v-,,1.,e.,o.r,r,,h,, r UOVbmmm,r 1 Katie: What is a pedestrain? Sophia: A men who has two cars, a wife, and an eighteen year-old daughter. --.---..------- J HYou seem very proud of theml observed the Englishmen. I V s""' K HYou bet I am H renlied the E j j '.M7 -f J men from Denver.9And l ought toindflejwkelh,4,f1MLZfjg!Uf3uQSnH be, since my ancestors built I . them.H l fx The other thought this over ' a few moments, and then eslied, U vHDid you ever hear of the Deed J! ISea?H V HYes, indeed,U replied the t man from Denver. l know elligonliib U y j? C,2:Jb-5LI?1 ?! 124 fDeason Jones was very ill. His? l brethren were keenly inter- l 1 x l ested in his condition. To- 1 fxif Eff? ward the end, bulletins Werel ' goggedbforzlhghlelogiackboard outj 'Cf' - '--- H-XQYQ--Q---7-,K il A.M, Deacon Jones very much i f' N' 'C xii' 1 Worse. ' f ,by VX 2 A,M. Deacon Jones sinking A' X K h fast, 6Q? 'QQ N, I3 A.M. Deacon Jones very low. 2 In Qyf 3 m.i4 A.M. Deacon Jones dead. Gonel 'v " Z- I - , V ,,,,,,, I Y V v r Z Q- Mother:UNow say your prayers, 4 Sonny, and go to sleep.H 2 - y Little Charley Ca new 'football' Lx 'T' Q Q fan : UGod bless ma God - ' , L I bless pai God blessvmen ...,. rahi rah. rahZ" i ' W Louise:G.: "Mummy, you know f . - that vase I handed down from generation ! YOU Said had been -i4.f.e.z-1.e1:.d.L,.M.Q.K.C,mz.v:.d.1.Se..- to generation?H 1 Mummy: HYes, dear?H Q Conyt' I e,,,il3.Q F Llillld l D I 1 Qto heaven. 11 . 3 y1JC3QA gijq O L3 'gThe little boy read the bu - 'H' "A "" """'4" 'H ""A""" M'HY6tiD and then added this: 5 , I A.M. Great excitement in .1,C,,l1aDf:.Qf,S,LFISQE? J heaven- Deacon Jenes not I , ' 4 yet arrived. -H-HHH-HH-f?AJl2MHM-HH--Hema-iPHow'aboutna:little kiss?M I . 1NNo, I have scruples.H -g.,JQ.b..n e.... M.ae,pn,!fe,:g'zrCfbf.2n3"Well, them all fights We ? 5. f - ,g'eg1 V 'e.QQ wwkbeen Vacc1nated.H Q 1 MQ 0J5.1,,i7 QQZjL7.---.--..l be e M 4VQ,V ., ,- Louise:UUWell, this gonerationf'WWwUWM' ff, Q 5 has 'dropped iw' 3 ...1f-1.m5.iZit Q As reported The happy couple IX', ,- , will make their home at the , LQ IYQE-, ...... old Manse As printed: The happy couple Q IDA x will make their home at the 1 ,QPR fjff 4 Old men's i V' 'k""' 'x" f'HH' M'g 3 ----l--- --- i is f ' r! .LDCDT 11 3,711 yi D 12 5: -. W. A .. ckufmlaermr Bslaalwsmshiimaes CY o R lv El -me s I I Betty: "She dresses sensibly I and modestly." Va. Lee: UYes, that woman will do anything to attract atte D tion.H ' I He: If you keep looking at mei n like that I'm going to kiss you . 1 Miss Stewart: Well, I can't hold this expression much M longer. 1 Picturesque speech and patter UEvery boy in the room was, trying to get her wave len th f,f f - H Mn MmvmmMnW'umeinNg ,Inj "" 3155? "" !AQAdQJiW' The saying is that heaven ' will protect the working girl, '-j?klL'LL'lj?5 ""' QQQU but who will protect the guy y , ,,,, ' she's working? QQIQQQ-i .,., Sigilmnm- I r , I L10 VII! Q 777, , by nA school teacher has saved cl 71 I6 L S S fo 7' EL many amusing answers on ex- H'nn'UU'uu 'U7'UU'Uu'UU'HU'H'amination papers by her pupils l The following are a few of the -.LA52.4-.f.4:',1'...2?2?f?f?. ff.4U!J?.',5'.'?..1 best: K ' ,..!5'..?f.. lggrlimony, sometimes called L D VV Qzg S-T holy, is another name for mar- U """""' H """""' It iriage,nweWhat are rabies, and ' ' what would you do for them? C-gr-y.Q2,,5 .-M- Sig-H-WAffffni-gg-,f'jf9fiMBabies are Jewish priests. I J should do nothing for them.--- F A mgmentgm is what you give a 0, if 7 ff if 'tr G1 o If lv E2 77'L,WFQ,QlL'fQiOIQY'Jxi'1'i6Il they are leaving .N Jacob, son of Isaac, stole his brother's birthmark,wuMA gen- sgs taker is a man who goes from house to house ingregging t e population.---The ggvgrgment of England is a limited mock ery,---The letters M. Q. signify Wmertally deficient,H---Sol- omon had 300 wives and 700 porcupinesaee-The.Mediterranean and the Red Sea are connected by the Sewage Canal.-umQl1QgEQ lasts all the time, but weather only for a few days. nn...- -nm--an Miss Armentrout: HWhat is a creditor, J. R.?N J. R. Crain: "'A man who must be told that daddy is'not at home . " 126 I-NhD-E-X 1 Arbeiter, C1arencef2O,33,35,39Q Buhselmeyer, Wm.:2O,33,35,38, 40?72,73,86,37,93596 Arbe1ter,Ear1:45,47,51,52,35 sms, , Arbeiter,Fern:55,57,61,62,3Q 81,86,87,92,94 Arbe1ter,Victor:111 Armentrout Margaretr7,65,67, 86,87,90,9g,106,12D,121,126 Born,Alice:45,47,5l,52,86,87 Boucher,Dorthy:13,15,19,21, 26,27,29,8O,81,86,87,92 Bradshaw, Homer:111 Bradshaw, James:45,47,51,52 Bradshaw, Robertzlll BradshaW,Ruth:7,l3 15 19 24, Q,,26,27,29,42,75,gO,g1,g6, 537,39,92395 Bradshaw, The1ma:84,86,87 Brewer Agnes:45,47,51,52, 86,Q7,92 Brawn, Chester Lee:2O,33,35, 39,4o,41,8o,81,86,87,92 Brush, Cecelia! 45,47,51,52, 8O,81,86,87,96 Brush, Me1vin:45,47,51,5?,8O 81,85,86,87,92,104 Brush Ve1ma:19 3 15 39 40 8o:81,86,87Zg9Z55f96f1oi Buck, Homer:13,15,19,21,26, 29,104 5 Buck, Marvin:45,47,51,52,103 Bunselmeyer, Oma Lee:45,47, 51,52 39,4O,86,87,98 Bztle B'11:7 13 15 19 24 26 L 2Sfl7f72,7i 7d,7B,76,8C,81, 86,87,9O,121 Butler, Boyd:45,51,52,85,86, 87 Butler, Walterzlll Carruthers, Robertzlll Casey, Mary:55,57,61,62,104 Casey, Royzlll Choate, Bob:13,l5,19,24,25,26, 29,51,52,76,8O,81,84,86,87 Choate, J.L:45,47,72,73,102 Claussen, C1ella:45,47,5l,52, 104 Clausseh, James:l11 Clausseh Johh:7 1? 15 19 24 26,29:8O,81,8i,BB,85,85,95 ClHUSSGH, J.F.:55,57,6l,62,85, 102. Clehdenih, Carter:65,69,7O Clehdehin, Harold L.:2O,33,35, g9,4O,41,72,76,77,78,8O,81, 6,87,102 Clehdehin, Kathryn:45,48,51,52, 86,87 , , Clehdehih Norma:13,l5,2O,24, 26,29,Q4,86,87,104 Clehdenin P ggf:45 48 51 52 85,86,57,io4J ' ' ' ' Cleveland, Dewey:55,57,61,62, 72,73 Cleveland Dor1s:55,57,6l,62, 85,86,57,102,104 -4- -A 4- C- I-N,DiE-X Cluster, Jewel:45,48,86,87,1Q43,f Crain, Burlslll Cr in J.R.:7 19 33 35 39 4O ' a41:72,73,75,78,80f81,86, ' 87,93,94,lO2gl2O Crain, Lula Jane:7,l3Al8,l9, 23,26,27,29,75,79,00,01, 86 ,87,89,95,lO4 Crain, Margrett55,57,6l,62,86,87, 103 Crain, Pansy:7,l3,l6,l9,25,26,29, 75,80,8l,86,87,90,95,103,104 Crain, R0bert:45,48,5l,52,72,73, 80,81,86,87,102,104 Qrowell, Janetta:55,57,6l,62,86, v ,87,92 Darnstaedt, Delphine:45,48,5l,52, 86,87 Davis, Margaret:55,57,6l,62,86, 87,103,104 Demeter, Bud:45,48,5l,52,8O,8l,86, 87,92,lO2 Demeter P.J.:7,l3,l6 l9 22 26 27, 29,7i,73,76i77,78,80,81,86,87, 89,93,94,10 Demeter, Wayne:ll2 Dilday, Marie:l3,l6,l9,23,26,29 - f . Q r if 01 05 ,, 01188 0 31.45 4m ,1,,s,06,0y,103,G Downen, Glenn:ll2 Dunn, E.Bennie:ll2 Dunn, 42,8O,8l,86,87,89,92,lO4 T. A.:65,67,72,73,76,77,80, 81,119,121 Dunn, Geneva:7,l3,l6,l9,22,26,28,29QraCe, Dunhouse, Johnzlll Dunhouse, Leonzlll Dycus, Douglas:ll2 Easterly, Bennie:55,57,6l,62, 86,87,lO2,lO4 Eckgrt, Ruth:55,57,6l,62,86, 7 Eddleman, Jim:45,48,Sl,52,72, 73,80,81,86,87,93,94,102 Estel, Ge0rgia:l3,l6,2O,24,25, 26,29,80,81,86,87,104 Farrel, Charles:ll2 Fehringer, L0uis:ll2 Fisher, John:55,57,6l,62,86,87, 94 .0 1 Gale, 29,72,73,76,77,79,30,3l,36, 87 102,120 . Billy:7 13,18,20,22,26 9 Gale, Ernest:l3,l6,2O,24,26, 29,86,87 Gale, Freeman:ll2 Gfle Jameszlj 16 20 23 26 29 Q 5i,52,8A 9 an 1 Ja 1 9 Gale, i32e:55,57,6l,62,85,86, Ufv Gale, J0e:ll2 Pale, Juni0r:45,48,86,87 Gale, Ll0yd:92 Garris, James:55,58,6l,62 Arthur:45,48,5l,52,72 73,76,78,8O,8l,86,87,lO2 Grace,Joe:ll2 I N D-E-X Grosvenor,Eleanor:45,4S,51,52 Gregerson Louise:7,l3,l6,ZD, 22,26,27,30,8O,8l 80,87, 9o,92,94,95,1o4,1i5 Gulgey, Tbelmm:45,48,5l,52,86 7 Hand, P.H.:65,69,7O Hamilton, Louolla:l9,33,35,39 40,86,87 Hastings, Robert:ll2 Hays, Floyd:45,49,5l,52,72,73 Hays, 0len:55,58,6l,62 Hines, Dornico:55,5S,6l,62,80 8l,86,87 Heins, EdWard:65,69,70 7 7 7 Hoinesg Eileen:l3,l7,20,24,26, 3O,75,8O,3l,86,87,96 Hindman, Forest Doan:86,87,93 Hisor, Albert:ll2 Hisgg, Bobby:45,49,5l,52,85,8 Hiser, Tillie Jo.:S5,58,60,6l N QSASO,8l,85,86,87,93,l02, Hisor, William:ll2 Hogenmiller, P.A:65,69,70 Hubble, L.L.:65,67 Jarrett, Park:20,33,35,39,4O, 4l,72,73,80,8l,86,87,93,l0 Kompfer June:42 45 49 Sl 52 79,86,81,86,97,io3:ioi,ii4 Kenon, Joan:45,49,5l,52,80,8l 85,86,87,96 69 7 2 9 Konon, Ruth:84,86,87,94 K sul Jos :zo 93 36 9 40 41 eZ,3,a9,83?81,ea,e7,5i' ' ' Killian Sophia:55,58,6l,62,86, 87,124 Kimzey, Eugene:ll2 Kimgey, Loren:55,58,6l,62,86, 7 Knoke, Billy:45 49 5l,52,72,73 ZQA77,80,8l,g6,g7,96,lO2,103 Koc?5Lucille:55,58,6l,62,l03, Koch Robett:7 13 17 20 23 26 36, 8o,s1,s6,85,s6 ' ' ' Koraudo, Doris Joqn:55,58,6l, 62,80, 8l,86,87 Korando Jamos:20 UU U6 39 40 41,8i,86,87,1oiJJ'J ' ' ' Kranavettor Holda:7 20 W3 U6 38,j9,40:86,87,90:l0fJ 'J ' Krauso,Rolland:ll2 Kreggor, Connio:4E,49,Sl,52,86, Krug, Ruby: 45,49,5l,52,l04 Kunco, Mary:86,87,93 Layne, Doris:55,58,6l,62,86,87 Layton, Frances:ll3 A Lindsey, Everott:55,58,6l,62,86, 87993194 Lunsford, Joyco:86,87,93 . Lunsford, Junior:55,58,60,6l,62, 8o,81,86,87,93,1o2 Lunsford, Marjorie Ann:45,49,5l,52 79,80,81,85,86,87,92,103,104 McClel8hd Eva Mme:55,58,6l,62,85, 86,87,i03,104 McLeland, Borna Loo:7,2O,33,j6,38, 39,4O,8O,8l,86,57,o9,93 McCord, Allouo:92 McCgrmick, Junior:45,5O,5l,52,86, 7,105 McEggogi.g9h5qPaul:2O,33,36,39,40, :J 1 Oaxf' McElroy, Mary Ettm:7,l3,l7,20,2l, 26,30,80,81,86,87,90,93 McLaughlin, Norma Loe:45,5O,5l,52 86,87 A McLaughlin, v6n6d6:19,33,36,39,40 86,87 McMeen, Choster:ll3 McNeill, Botty:42,55,58,6l,62,86, 87,102 McNeill Billy:42 55,59,6O,6l,62, 8O,8l,86,87,lO2,ll9 McNeill Margaret Ann:7,l3,l7,l9, 22,2o,28,3O,8O,8l,86,87,9G Manken John Harold:7,l3,l7,2O,24, 26 27830 72 72 76 72 78,68 Qi 86:87f90:93:9i,98,102,12i 7 ' Hanskor, Joan:55,S9,6l,62 Mattingly, Charles Glonnzlij Mattingly,Naomi:45,4Q,5l,52,86,87 Miesnor, Albert:ll3 Nickle, Marian:65,68,86,87,9l,92, 94,123 Mifglin, Groverg45,49,5l,52,86,85, 7 ld., Al.. D-E-X Milos, George:45,49,5l,52 Modglin, Paulin0:55,59,6l, 62,8O,8l,86,85,87 Morgan, Maxwellzllj Moschenroso, Joe:l3,l7,2O, 2l,26,28,9O,72,73,76,8O, 8l,84,86,g7,95,lO3 Nowfarmor, Ev0lyn:l3,l7,2O, El,g2,28,3O,75,8O,8l,84, Us Nowfarncr, Honry:55,59,6l, 62,72,73,77,102 O'Dani0l,Go0rge:ll3 O'Dnniol Jim:l3 17 20 22 26,3O:8O,8l,54,g6,g7,, 96,98,102 0'D6ni61, Richard:42,45,5O 5l,52,8O,8l,86,87,96,lO2 Patton, Willi8m:45,5O,Sl,52 C' ' , 8y,,6,87 Peters, Corl Doan:7,l3,l8 2Q,22,26,27,3O,72,73,7o, 8O,8l,86,87,9O,93,84,85, 93,103,106 Peters, Dalo:ll3 Phillios, Tod:7 20 33'36 38 ?25fO,Zl,42,8O,Ql,g6,g7,g9, ., ortor, Wnltor:l3,l3,2Q,23, 2v,3O,42,76,8l,8O,86,87, 92,95,lO3,l23 Qualls,,Amos:96,98 Qualls, Edqard Earlg86,87, 93 Qu8lls,Lavorno:ll2 Qualls William:7,l9,33,36, 30,40,86,87,90,102 3 - - -. 4, -. -- Rader Jack:7 20 36,4O,76, 80j31,a6,g6,96 s6u1,R6ym6nd:113 a6mS6y William L.:6f 60:81 86 'Shui Sy1vi6:19 53 30 39 87,68,123 J, , Q' ' 40,4l,86,87,56,1Oi, , Roanes, Edw6rd:7,20,33,36, Saul, Wi1bGTt255,59,6l,62,35, g?,?g54l,72,73,8U,C7,89, 9 Reames Magda10n0:7 19 33 37 39 40,06,87,89,104 ' ' ' ' Reamos Rob0rtg45 50,51,52, 80,91,86,87,102 Reeder, James:113 Rednour 1m0g0ne:7,13,18,2O,24, 26,30,86,87,90. Rednour, S0nin:86,87,92 Reid, A1ic0:55,59,61,62,86,87, 104 Reid, G10nn:113 Rohlfin Lo1a:13 18 20 23 25,22,30,75,86Z87:95' ' Ronlfing, Vera2l3,18,20,23, 26,30 Rosenbergcr, Virginia Luc: 7920933 37939a'A'0a,4la799 80,81,86,87,90,93,103,125 Rouge, Bi11y:5S,59,61,62,80, dl Ruthurford, Prcst0n:7,19,33, 1' ,n 1' r' .f I ' 6 g7139vgQag1af2a63n729?71U0a l,86i0I,09,93,Qm,90,104, J-O fr , 1 Ai' Saul, Edna M0e:45,50,51,52, 80,81,86,87,104 Saul C0ci1:13 18 20 29 26 30 a6,61,64,66je7I10i,i04 ' ' Saul, Gi1bert:113 Saul, Hcrbert:113 13 80,87. Schack,Louise:55,59,61,62,85,86, 87 Schimpf, Bi11ic:9Z Schimpf, Emi1:65,69,7O Shepard,Jack:55,59,6l,62,86,87, 96 Shie1ds,Mark:l9,33,37,39,40586, 87,119,124 Sickler, Gene:55,59,61,62,102 s1cgg6r,Th61ma:55,59,61,62,87, Snider Kathryn Jun0:55,59 61, 62,90,81,85,86,87,93,102, 104,124 Smith, Ruth Junc:19,33,37,39,40, 06,87 Stephens Betty:7 20 33 37 39 40,41:80,81,86i87,90:92:95: 103,106,120,126 056-Hrs 1 6 .-7 27 65 60 80 61,0i,02,53?S0,66,119' O' ' Strothmnn, Ru0b0n:113 stu6v6 1L6Su6r:20 33 37 U9 40 86 07,02,95,96,12i ' 'J ' ' ' Taylor, Huth:86,87,93 Tavlor Warron:19 3 37 39 40 J8O,01,85,86,87:9g, ' ' ' Thurman, Benny:1l3 Thomas Lawanda:l5,50,51,52,80, 8l,66,87 1 gy, M 1 U , .Q,ef3': AW YY,, Y 1 .-,,. 11.1 .41 4 , ,vv'r, - D 11, 5 1,1-f-D,E.X Ticer, G0ttji55,59,6l,62,86,870 Iingall, Haro1d:45,50,51,52,85,86, 07 a - 1 Van Polt, Forest Juno:84,86,8? Vasgq0z,Anna,Mari0:55,6O,6l,62, 0,87 ' " Vogel, J0el:45,5O,5l,52,8O,81 Vogel, Bogota:7,l9,33,37,39,40,86,87, 90,103 0 Voggg,Qgo?ggt:13,18,2O,22,26,3O,84,86, '91-'7 Wathon, John B.:5,84,98 Woathvrford, El0an0r:45,5O,5l,52, -,,f C fr X N , 80,07,9g,95,104 Wcathorfogd, Marj0ri0:7,2O,33,38 39,40,06,87,00 Weber, Ralph:55,6O,61,62,85,86,S7, 94 White, Lav0rno:86,S7,93,9i Uhitson, Eva Mne:45,5G,5l,E2,6O,8l,85, 87,96 Whitson, Giles:55,6O,61,62,72,73,86,87 96,102 0 WOI't1'12'?.I.'1, LOC: S , , Uorthcn, Iolag45,5O,51,52,8O,8l,86,87, 93,96 . se, 7 . A fi 'Ly N f x F gv - W 6 J 4 ffff .1 ' Q W f ' 1 'wiv 'N K . 0 F .. , g ' 1 W + Q, ? - , 3 ' " , :lf fyw x s ' '. ' I I n 1 ' . 3 fn f MJ Q W of x V V , fui"LAf A v I ,E X " . 4,1 f : A fy aff, 1 I 1 I I 1 vp WW W . wx WW L, if f f if 1 A ' N V if 5 ,y,S L'A 1-I 3'-gg 0 1 wi .,1?lj.,gL. :ty 'kv H V! V I L fix X R xv , ' ,M 51 'Q 9 L 5 mi KEN. 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