Harlem High School - Meteor Yearbook (Machesney Park, IL)

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jUilsuATHE (T1ETE0R PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN V I . £0IwiwK IJ DERR . . ERT ED iLJtJS NCSS FELSE RY HANSON . Y LO KENNEDY • LK0R5T ... HOiVARD RLS3 MILLER N ROGERS . CY STE.iART ALL TUITE fU 4cod . . COCK . . . 1. AR 1.. ».. or. S . . . . . HOC EH BURK'. nil . . HCLER7 DEITEH . . . . • FUSEELL ERICKSO • EVELYN FC.LDT . . ROLANA K0LU3TED . . THOMAS KEY . . LAYNG . . . . . . PRISCILLA MULLEN . . . CARLYNE 3CHLENSKER . . . IILLIAN S7. C . . . JILL I Ail .'.'EY' . DOROTHY YORK . iEREERT a'RDICK Jv .Wki. La.. vs Ul» • • • 3!«£!»•» C vKLSUlt • • kAL’RiCE EaSTON • . J . . . DAVID FAIR , JOSEPH FLEEING . . CLYDE HUTCHINSON . . DvNaLD king . . • ROYAL KAGNU50N . . . . PATRICIA NELSON . HERE Eh T a'RDICK . . • . ROONEY CARLSON . . I . JACK EaU CLAIRE . . . . . JOANNE FARREY . . . , . JILLIAL GENRICH . . . . . MARY ANN JOHNSON . . ROGER KIN30N . . . JALS3 . MAIN HARRIETTS . . . . . . .iILLlAL ROGERS . . VERNON S£D£R U1ST DARLENE S.iISuER . ;ald jhitfgrd . MARVIN . . GEORGE SMITH • • . . JAYNE THEDER . . . • • JACK . IDELL ... ANDERSON ... DONALD ■ ... . . RODNEY CARLS v. tON . . . JACK EAU CLAIRE R • . . JOANNE FARLEY . . •1LL1AH OENRICK . . 5HINSON . . . EaRY ANN ALD KING . . . ROGER BUSON. . . . DuAlN LAR U IICIA NELSON ... iiILLI EHNON SEDERS 1ST . . . . 0 .; LENE S» I3HER • . . dc:;ald iYHItfcrd . DON ADAMS . . . EARVIN ILYN a’RDICK . . . IS DERK . . . ROBERT ER BURKMaN £R . . GLENN EAURICE . DAVID KING smith AN TER EVELYN FELDT . . . JOSEPH HGLM8TED . . . CLYDE . . . TKOLIAS KEY . . . HO.YmRD LaYNG . . . ROYAL PRISCILLA MUL ........ . CARLYNE SCHLENSKER . . • • • JILL I O. 3T. CLAIR . . . JILLIaM jEYRAUCH . . . DOROTHY YORK . . . . HERBERT a'RDICK . . . . RODNEY CARLSON . . . . JACK EaU CLAIRS . . . . . JOANNE FARHEY . . . • WILLIAS GENRICK . . . . . EARY ANN JOHNSON . . ROGER KIN SON . . . JAi.ES . DA’AIN EAR4UETTE . . . . WILLIAM ROGERS . . . . . GEORGE SEITH . . . . WAYNE TREDEh . . . . JACK ill DELL . MARVIN ANDERSON . . . . . . ROGER BURKMAN . . • . . ROBERT DEITEH . . . . . RUSSELL ERICKSON . . EVELYN FELDT . . . JOSEPH HOLMSTED . . . CLYDE . . . THOMAS KEY . . . HO. aRD LAYNG . . . ROYAL JANES Foreword Our founding fathers taught that honest service could not come to loss. The more they placed themselves in the debt of good, the greater was the interest in the form of freedom from ignorance, tyranny, and fear. In the face of age old institutions and governments they hurled their declaration that all men are created equal. Each succeeding conscientious American has worked not alone to keep this idea aflame at home but to reflect it abroad. To America, sweet land of liberty, sing we, the Senior class of 1947. HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Dedication When days were dreary and filled with indisposition, when life lost its glorious savor, hope was restored through the comforting and healing touch of Mrs. Stone, to whom we, the Class of 1947, dedicate this Meteor. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★ HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL it ruble of Contents FOREWORD DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY DEPARTMENTS ACTIVITIES CLASSES ATHLETICS Football Basket ball Track Baseball OIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ADVERTISEMENTS ic NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN itif HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL jf Meteor Stall EDITORS—Pat Nelson, Roger Kinson. Nancy Stewart. Jimmy Kohlhorst, Darlene Swisher, John Rogers. BUSINESS MANAGERS—Frances Fecsc, David Fair, Gordon Adams, Ennis Derr, Bob Deiter, Charles Miller, George Smith. Don Babcock. FINANCE MANAGERS—Glenn Carlson, Mary Ann Johnson, Jack Eau Claire, Marilyn Burdick. ART—Jack Widell. Romana Uolmsted, Priscilla Mullen, Carlyne Schlensker. PHOTOGRAPHY—Jerry Tuite. Royal Magnusen. COACH—Leona B. Meier. ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★Ol)e Mleteor HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Administration At no time has the need for vital education been so great as today. With the trend toward the utilitarian and modern, it would seem as though it were necessary to dismantle all that was precious in the past and embark on fragile patterns of learning in order to sell the curriculum to those who cry That's old stuff! Let's get in line with the new!" To meet the tremendous problems, the public schools of America must extend their influence to humanity. Threatened as is the fibre of society by flimsy and taudry standards of living and diversions, there needs to be a training in those things "that are of good report" so that good judgment may obtain. Then only can the mind be freed and fearless. Then only can one know that the world is his. In the course of study at Harlem, there is sought a balance between facts and ideas. The co-operation of departments tends to effect a blending of learning. Purposeful study will dispel the fog. The school exists for the student. Given serious application, patient research and thought, there is demonstrated satisfaction, freedom, wisdom and benediction. To Mr. Hovey. a leader, patient yet firm, progressive yet conservative, willing to live and let live, goes abundant credit for maintaining and holding the required educational standards. There are many building handicaps but through his ceaseless vigilance, the days pass by smoothly. + NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN  HAK I. E 1 CONSOLII) A T El) HIGH SCI! O OL ★ Faculty We learn when we become our own teachers. Emerson says it this way: "It is only as a man puts off all foreign support and stands alone that I see him to be strong and to prevail." Our teachers were beacon lights toward new horizons. Russel W. Hovey, B.Sc, Ph.M. "We see united in him the qualities of a good citizen, an efficient leader” Superintendent University of Illinois . . . University of Wisconsin. Harold Moore, B.A., Ph.M. '7 trace your lines of argument Your logic linked and strong.” Principal Dean of Boys Lake Forest College . . . Northern Illinois State Teachers College . . . University of Wisconsin . . . University of Illinois Extension. Bookkeeping . . . American Government . . . Business Law . . . Guidance Director . . . Student Activities Treasurer . . . Director Magazine Sales . . . Senior Sponsor Francis J. Valentine, A.B., M.S. "With firmness in the right.” Dean of Girls James Milikin University . . . University of Colorado . . . University of Illinois. Plane Geometry . . . Advanced Algebra . . . Solid Geometry . . . Trigonometry . . . Industrial Mathematics. Senior Sponsor. Jesse Horan, B. E. "laborious still, he taught the early mind.” Northern Illinois State Teachers College . . . University of Illinois. Algebra . . . Geometry. Sophomore Sponsor. John Sontag, B.E. "He is generous, brave, and good.” Oshkosh State Teachers College of Wisconsin . . . University of Gdorado . . . Rockford College . . . University of Wisconsin . . . Colorado State Teachers College . . . Stout Institution, Menomomie. Wisconsin. General Science . . . Biology . . . Physics. Camera Club. if NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN  HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Faculty Clyde F. Peterson. B.S. "A man of plain seme and sincerity." Illinois Wesleyan University . . . Northern Illinois State Teachers College. Physical Education . . . Health . . . General Science. Coach . . . H Club. John G. Martin, B.A. "Here is the fast main of action and thought." Beloit College . . . University of Illinois. American Government . . . U. S. History . . . Sociology. Lightweight coach. Marian Doyle. B.F.. "What pleasure on such charm to gaze." Northern Illinois State Teachers College. Physical F.ducation . . . Health . . . G.A.A. . . . Junior Advisor . . . Prom Advisor. Mrs. Stone. Graduate Nurse "A merry heart that laughs at care." Wayland Academy . . . University of Wisconsin . . . Billings Hospital . . . Michael Reece Hospital . . . Rockford Hospital . . . Nurse. William B. Young, B.E. "A well drau n character—interesting and fearless." Illinois State Normal University . . . University of Pittsburgh Graduate School. Industrial Arts. Freshman Sponsor . . . Woodbutchers. Harry A. Campion, B.E. "Well humored is he. learned and ruled by wit." Western Illinois State Teachers College . . . Northwestern University. Shorthand . . . Typing. Louis Alrutz, B.M.E., M.A. "No magic shall sever thy music from thee.” American Conservatory of Music . . . Northwestern University. Glee Clubs . . . Band. + NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN if★ HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL ★ Faculty Joan Moen. B.S. "Eyes glad with smiles, and brow of pearl." University of Wisconsin. Home Economics. Senior Play . . . Prom Advisor. John H. Mohring, B.S.. M.S. "He seemed to me tike a galvanic battery in full play.” Drcxel Institute of Technology . . . State Teachers College. Kutstown, Pa. . . . University of Pennsylvania . . . University of Wisconsin. English II . . . Plane Geometry . . . Social Studies. Sophomore Advisor. Marian Welbcs, B.A. "Fashioned with a wisdom and a meaning that may speak." Michigan State Normal College . . . Rockford College. English I . . . English 111. Junior Play. Clyde L. Joyce. B.S. "A set d that doth leaven our earthly dullness.” Memphis State Teachers College . . . University of Alabama . . . Lake Forest College . . - Memphis Conservatory of Music . . . Mississippi State College . . . Sherwood Music School. World History . . . English II. Junior Sponsor . . . Prom Advisor. Azalia Winfrey, B.S. "She is always full of joy and pleasure." Central Missouri State Teachers College . . . Chicago Musical College . . . Northwestern University. English I. Librarian . . . Pepper. Leona B. Meier, B.A. "Life is a merry treat.” Iowa State Teachers College . . . University of Chicago . . . Rockford College. English IV . . . Latin. Meteor . . . Augustans . . . A.O.A. Genevieve Peterson "Her feelings have the fragrancy. the freshness, of young flowers." Secretary. ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★ J SSJHIS" ] o p a 4 .f M • ||(y sj°p j ;sjsn:,x3 j snaiAja MX J |°U ;su,hH H31bttH ‘(j noi. {jOAI 5 ° • • } H+ uiojj HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors Recorded in terms of hours or minutes, the time spent in High School would appear almost endless. Actually, however, it is as a moment. After the few months of adjustment during the first year, the days flew by happily and now the curtains roll back for the commencement, the beginning, as the education prtxess does not end. As one with the Alumni, we must become a power for enlightment to carry on the good news we learned at school. For a pattern of real service to the class are Miss. Valentine and Mr. Moore, sponsors, and the officers: President—Bob Edwards; Vice-President —Carlyne Schlcnskcr; Secretary—Glenn Carlson; Treasurer—Ennis Derr. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND F O R T Y - S E V E N if HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors GORDON ADAMS—"Each wan reads his own lesson according to his own mind." Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; H-Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Operetta 3; Wood-butchers 1. 2; President Woodbutchers I; Prom Committee 3; Play Committee 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Meteor 4. MARVIN ANDERSON—"Speak evil of none." Woodbutchers 1; Vice President Woodbutchers 1; Play Committee 3. 4. DONALD BA13COCK—"If we fail at any time, we hope we shall he willing to listen to good advice." Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; President Pep Club 4; A.O.A. 4. HERBERT BURDICK—"It is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope.” Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. 2, 3. 4; baseball 2, 3, 4; H-Club 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 3; Operetta 3; Woodbutchers 1, 2; President Woodbutchers 2; Secretary Woodbutchers 1; Play Committee 4; A.O.A. 4. MARILYN BURDICK—"Let us spend one day as deliberately as nature." Play Committee 3, 4; Pepper 3. 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. ROGER BUR KM AN—"A man of sense and sober life.” Glee Club 4; Woodbutchers 1, 2; Play Committee 3. 4. GLENN CARLSON—■’Freedom is not to limit but to share." Football 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; H-Club 3, 4; Scrgeant-at-Arms 4; Glee Club 4; Woodbutchers 1, 2; Class Secretary 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. RODNEY CARI-SON—"If a man would be alone, let him look at the stars." Baseball 4; Woodbutchers 1. 2. ENNIS DERR "I am willing to know the whole truth." Football 2. 3, 4; Track 2; H-Club 3. 4; Secretary-Treasurer H-Club 4; Band 1. 2; Orchestra I, 2; Glee Club 1, 4; Class President 3; Class Treasurer 4; Augustans 2. 3; Play Committee 3; Class Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Meteor 4. ROBERT DEITER—"Small benefactors will amount to a capable sum." Woodbutchers 1, 2; Play Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Meteor 4. MAURICE EASTON—"The forest is my loyal friend.” Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 1. 2, 3. 4; H-Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President H-Club 4; Woodbutchers 1, 2; A.O.A. 4; Co-Captain Football 4. if NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★ HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors JOHN EAU CLAIRE—"Those who govern should be wiser and better than the governed.” Basketball 4; Basketball Manager 1. 2. 3; Track Manager I; H-Gub 3, 4; Mixed Chorus I. 2; Boys Glee Club 4; Operetta 1; Class Play 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. ROBERT EDWARDS—"lie ashamed to die until you hate won some victory for mankind.” Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball I. 2. 4; Track 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball 4; H-Club 2. 3, 4; Class President 4; Woodbutchcrs 1, 2; Pepper 4; A.O.A. 4. CLIFFORD ERICKSON—"My life is for itself and not for spectators.” Football 2; Track 2. DAVID FAIR—'My soul has grown deep as the rivers.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Track 2, 3; H-Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 4; Class Vice President 3; Orchestra 2; Augustans 2; Class Play 3, 4; Prom Gimmittec 3; Meteor 4. JOANNE FARREY—‘The obscurest and humblest person has an open field for competition." Glee Club 1, 2, 4; A.O.A. 4. FRANCES FEESE—"Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods.” G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sport Leader 4; Orchestra 2; Band 4; Glee Gub 1. 2. 4; Operetta 3; Pepper 3. 4; Pepper Editor 4; Senior Service Scouts 1, 2; ( lass Play 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Meteor 4. EVELYN FELDT—"Speak not but uhat may benefit others or yourself.” G.A.A. 3, 4; Glee Gub I, 2; Sport Ixradcr 4; Gass Play 4; Play Committee 3; Pepper 4. JOSEPH FLEMING—"I hail a bookish inclination.” Football 2, 3; Track 2; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; H-Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Play Committee 3. WILLIAM GENRICH—"Time is but the stream I go fishing in.” Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 4; Track 1, 3, 4; H-Club 3, 4; Woodbutchcrs 1. 2; Woodbutchcrs Treasurer 2; Baseball 2. 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Operetta 3; Play Committee 3. 4; Prom Committee 3. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND F O R T Y - S E V E N  HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors HENRY HANSON—"He is not a wise man who does not help his neighbor in need."' Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; H-Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Operetta I, 3; Pepper 4; Prom Committee 3. ROM AN A HOLMSTED—"What tee obtain too cheap, tee esteem too lightly." Glee Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Play Committee 3; Class Play 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4; Secretary A.O.A. 4. CLYDE HUTCHINSON—"Associate yourself teith men of good quality." Navy, May 12, 1944—June 7, 1946; Augustans 4. MARY ANN JOHNSON—"Nature is glorious teith form, color and motion.'' G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Point Chairman 4; Sport Leader 4; Orchestra 2; Band 1; Class Play 3. 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. MARY LOU KENNEDY—'' ! great hope and inteard zeal had she of laying a great foundation." G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President G.A.A. 3; President G.A.A. 4; Sport Leader 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Glee Club 2, 4; Operetta 1. 3; Prom Committee 3; Class Play 3, 4; Pepper 3, 4; Pepper Editor 4; Wing Scouts 2. 3. 4; A.O.A. 4. THOMAS KEY—"The sun never shone on a cause of greater worth." Woodbutchers 1, 2; Play Committee 3. 4. DONALD KING—"Ut all things hate their places." Woodbutchers I, 2; A.O.A. 4. ROGER KINSON "Who so would be a man, must be a non conformist. Football I, 2. 3, 4; Basketball I. 2. 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2. 3, 4. H-Club 2, 3, 4; President H-Club 4; Meteor Editor 4; A.O.A. 4; Co-Captain Football 4; Captain Basketball 4. JAMES KOHLHURST—'Truth can stand by itself." Glee Club 4; Class Secretary 1; Augustans 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4; Vice President A.O.A. 4. HOWARD LAYNG—"I came out for a bird and you know the reason why I like small game." Glee Club 3, 4; Woodbutchers 1, 2. ir NINE I KEN HUNDRED AND FOR I Y - S F, V E N ★★ HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors ROYAL MAGNUSON—"Hold forth in a peaceable way." Track 4; Baseball 4; Glee Club 4; Magazine Captain 4; Woodbutchcrs 1, 2; Camera Club 1, 2. 4; Pepper 4; Meteor 4. DWAIN MARQUETTE—"Music is the flower of language." Band; A.O.A. 4; Operetta 3. CHARLES MILLER—"I will lore my friends." Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; H-Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1, 3; Woodhutchcrs 1; Play Committee 3; Augustan 2, 3. 4; Meteor 4. PRISCILLA MULLEN—"I hope for a total emancipation." G.A.A. 3. 4; Class Plav 4; Meteor 4; AO.A. 4. PATRICIA NELSON—"Thou art like a flower." G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Secretary 3; Sport Leader 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Glee Club 2, 4; Class Secretary 2; Operetta 1, 3; Augustans 2, 3. 4; Augustan President 3; Prom Committee 3; Pepper 3. 4; Class Play 3. 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. • JOHN ROGERS—"We are the people to whom nothing seems impossible." Football Manager 3; Track Manager 2. 3; H-CIub 4; Woodbutchcrs 1. 2; Pepper 4; Class Play 3, 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. WILLIAM ROGERS—"I was taught to love humanity and liberty." Football 3, 4; Basketball 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3. 4; H-Club 3. 4; Class Secretary 3; Woodbutchcrs 1. 2; Prom Committee 3; Pepper 4; A.O.A. 4; President A.O.A. 4. CARI.YNE SCHLENSKER—"It is a comfort to think of that state where there is fullness of joy." G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sport Leader 3; G.A.A. Secretary 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 2; Operetta 1, 3; Class Secretary 2; Vice President 4; Augustans 2; Cheerleader 3. 4; Wing Scouts 2. 3. 4; Pepper 3. 4; Class Play 3, 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. VERNON SEDE.RQIJIST—"The poetry of words is the rythmical creation of beauty." Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Woodbuichers I. 2; Operetta 3; Play Committee 3. 4; A.O.A. 4. GEORGE SMITH—"Give me liberty or give me death." Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; H-CIub 4; Woodbutchers 1; A.O.A. 4; Treasurer A.O.A. 4; Meteor 4. ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★■ HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL ★ Seniors NANCY STEWART—"Nature never wears a mean appearance G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Sport Leader 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Prom Committee 3; PcP per 3. 4; Class Play 3. 4; Meteor Editor 4; A.O.A. 4. WILLIAM ST. CLAIR—"Our schools must cultivate the higher faculties in the nation of childhood." Glee Club 3; Operetta 3; Woodbutchers 1, 2; Pepper 3; Stamp Club President 4; Camera Club 3, 4; A.O.A. 4. DARLENE SWISHER—"Be in general virtuous and you will he happy' Transferred from East High School. G.A.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. Treasurer 4; Sport Leader 3; Operetta 3; Glee Club 4; Glee Club Treasurer 4; Class Treasurer 3; Class Play 3, 4; Pepper 4; Prom Committee 3; Meteor Editor 4; A.O.A. 4. WAYNE TREDER—"And all my days are trances." Football Manager 2, 3; Football 4; Basketball 4; Track Manager 2, 3; Baseball 3, 4; H-Club 3, 4; Woodbutchers I; Pepper 3; A.O.A. 4. .GERALD TUITE—"We must submit to regulations and restraints in our trade." Football 3. 4; Track 2, 3. 4; H-Club 4; Glee Club 2; Woodbutchers 2. 3; President Woodbutchers 3; Camera Gub 2, 3, 4; President Camera Club 3; Pepper 3. 4; Operetta 3; Magazine Captain 3; General Manager of Magazine Sale 4; Class Play 4; Meteor 4; A.O.A. 4. WILLIAM WEYRAUCH—7 will hate no man" Football 2, 3; Basketball 1. 2, 3; H-Club 3, 4; Woodbutchers 1, 2; Class Play 4. DONALD WHITFORD—"We shall not fight our battles alone" Football Manager 3; Track Manager 3, 4; H-Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Woodbutchers 1, 2; Prom Gimmittee 3; Play Committee 3, 4. JACK WIDELL—"Nature never becomes a toy to a wise spirit." Transferred from Proviso High School. Football 4; Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Meteor 4. Mixed Chorus 1, 4; Play Committee 3; Play 4; Prom Committee 3. LAURA WOOD—"She looks up in perfect silence at the stars." Mixed Chorus 1, 4; Play Committee 3; Play 4; Prom G»mmittee 3. DOROTHY YORK—"Divine in song." G.A.A. I. 2, 3,4; Sport Leader 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; Pepper 3, 4. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN  it HARLEM.CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL We have not decided just what the slogan of these stalwart people is.— They seem to have energy, enthusiasm and ambition a-plenty. A great proportion steered into the study of the Ancients and have become first rate Augustans.—Others have shown their prowess in other fields—all in all we salute them! We know that they will grace the name of Senior. Mrs. Doyle and Mr. Joyce gave splendid help and were assisted by their president, David Ralston; Vice president, Clifford Nelson; Secretary, Marlene Anderson; and Treasurer. David Clark. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! Here they come! A brave, enterprising group. Classicists—thirty-four strong! Actors and actresses in the making! Also there is evident the longed for scholar)' trait—in other words the records show some high averages—also some—well, we just want to say "good luck" to a fine group. The sponsors, Mr. Horan and Mr. Mohring gave them good and lasting advice—and also helpful were the officers. President, Marjorie Kexel; Vice president, Nancy Grant; Secretary, Eugene Rogers; Treasurer, Betty Seymore. It takes the Sophomore party to effect an introduction to the Freshmen. We bow! Such talent! Such enthusiasm! Let s see in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and fifty! Well be back to see you graduate— they should top all others—if they work. They received the needed in- President, Jerry Schunaman; Vice president, Robert Schlensker; Secretary, Warren Layng; Treasurer, Dick Hanson. Juniors Freshmen spiration from Miss Moen and Mr. Young. Those who presided were: it NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN itif HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH. SCHOOL ★ CALENDAR Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen September 3—Enrollment (Don't worry, Freshmen, You'll make it). September 13—Cheer Leader Election (Congratulations to Pillsbury and Burdick for being elected to aid the regulars, Carlyne, Don and Jean). September 28—G.A.A. Play Day (The under classmen were bravely represented). October 2—Freshmen Initiation (Such talent!) October 8—Auditorium Program (Hanley Marionettes were enjoyed by the faculty as well as Freshmen!) October 9—Class Election (Good Citizens!) October 14—Magazine Sales (No ambition shortage to the Juniors). November 6—Physics Field Trip. (Something to talk about). November 7—Armistice Day Program (With malice toward none . . .). November 13—Augustan Mixer—Dine and Dance (They crossed the Rubicon of fun). December 6—Junior Dance (It scored on every note). December 20—Christmas Holiday (The Birthday of The King). January 11—G.A.A. Dance (The best way to say the best-event!). January23,24—Semester Exams (Dark Brilliance!!) January 25—Freshman Dance (The ultimate in affairs for wee-folks). January 30—Report Cards (Dare I take a peek????) February 7—Lincoln Patriotic Program (Honorably submitted). February 12—All schools closed (Let us hallow this day). February 13—Valentine's Day (No mistletoe, please??) March 14—Junior Class Play (Precision timing and precious performance). March 22—Athletic Banquet (Labeled—Memorable). April 4-7—Easter Holidays (That we may have life abundant). April 11—Sock Dance—G.A.A. (Something different). May 1—Biology Field Trip (A Tisket! A Tasket!) May 3—Junior Prom (Bright with shining lights). May 14-June 6—Hat's off! The Seniors are passing by! ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★V . . . AMD UR o ... DUM. i ttlshinCK . . . JUL . . . : c: by:as e 3..B LSCU . . ' T • . . F: ALOIS CLS..RY . . . s: .,r " cli: : KLIU . . . . . . . . . . R iEPT . al. su E _E . . IAPRY . . JEA • .'IN FAIR . z GRAiri . ! ... . . . • • • keiti: in ... t:s . . .doris jc uclle; - .................... ::so?: . . . SBLA OSEP:- . . . - . . —............. -JiXBL . . . bar .:-. hiker Y . . . rici . : . • FA RIC LB . . . DC.UALD I cCAi . . .LOUIS c;. LL' . . ... ...................................................... . . . ' - . . . PHYLLIS PATRICK . . . V r,‘: : K-.E S ... DO -A ... 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Jerry Tuite ATT.-ISC a. Xlss Jinfray DON’T TAKE MY PENNY Tor the special tHngs vt did. It’s precious story was heart- satisfvjinij, Tho coach. Miss Moan, q{ actad tha prattiast possible sotting in which. to display the charm-laden lines and precision timing. She, with her cast o savan-toan seniors, wont to anas viol Widths to entertain. RESULT ? AN ACCENT ON STYLE wm Mqster ullij Detailed! Conui nc i ncj I Superb! The Junior ('.lax Tin: GHOST PARADE rnyilfn in threr rt« ky kathjiriiir kavanaugli s 'IKS. 'IAKION WHIMS - - - Shqrp ? En+'er fa i ni nc|? reafhtaKincj fl jslerij From He roots of He INDUSTRIAL Air T S, 'fheij uiorK u ua d Toward genuine products o v»«® h e e r SoucjKf a er _f at every marlfe'f — I 9 0 — 47 n 6 eXo 'R A !«' ' Vi -sT At®59 3 T B V4 ° i .tsVa ' WV wyji .n?a URfliB The. U. CWV is a sumbol oC Or oo -VbVeVicS. 'Retd Kru TKe lisT" o£ . C ub members pasT a J oyesenT spe b)azit q cbarac+fers Cordon Adorno Herb Burdick Glenn Carlson Dave Clark Ennis Derr Laurice Easton Jack Eau Claire Lob Edwards Dave Fair Fred Fleming Joe Fleming Bill Genrich Gall Gobor Henry Hanson Dick Husen Rog Kinson Chuck Layng Chuck Miller Dave Ralston John Rogers Bill Rogers Bob Schoonnaker George Smith John Sundsted Wayne Trader Jerry Tulte Bill Weyrauch Don Whitford Bob Woods  HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL ★ ATHLETICS They Speak Aloud Well, kids, this is the day after the big game! A real game with the Huskies doing a mighty job in that well-trained way! The regulars— Kinson. Burdick, Hanson, Rogers and Fleming—leading the way, fought a terrific uphill battle before finally being subdued. The whole setting (Harlem players, Harlem fans, Harlem cheer leaders) merited the attention and praise of the Rockford sportcastcrs. The entire season was great and at one time Harlem was the possessor of an eleven game winning streak. An outstanding team means outstanding coaching. Coach Peterson, an ex-Harlemite, has the power and force. He is firm, sharp, and convincing. Definitely a top notcher! The lightweights had a formative season. Genial coach Martin, a spark of enthusiasm and determination, gave these lads a form and alertness essential for good playing. Another season will be the showoff. The immediacy of the tournament starts off this review with the hard-wooders. No less thrilling was the Gridiron schedule. Harlem fielded a good team and played a good brand of ball. One of the wins came at the expense of the old rivals, St. Thomas. This game was really put over slick. Incidentally, it was gixxl for a touchdown. It's pretty hard to pick out the stars as Harlem had eleven g xxl men on the field at all times, so we ll let it go at that. As we go to print, the track and baseball season are next in line. Rogers, Edwards, Burdick, Kinson, Easton, are seniors who are bound to shine. Hats off to all the rest who participate. If all who posed for the baseball picture will practice diligently through the season, the World Scries may be played on Evans Field. L x k for the picture! Watch what happens! Come, gang, stick around. You're in the picture one way or another!!! NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN  HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL They Think Aloud You can't play and work together month after month without a feeling of closeness to one another, without a resolve for quality work, and of precision obedience. There's always the last game and the pangs that go with it are inexpressible. Chuck Miller recalls, with a grin, the St. Thomas game. That freak play, the opponent didn’t know what happened until after the score was made— Playing football was Dave Fair’s high school joy. He would like to begin it all over again—The turning point of the season was the win over Hononegah, said Ennis Derr. From then on, we were a winning team Kinson, Burdick, and Easton, a trio in more than one sense of the word, give each game its due. Unmistakably quality training," they say—Listen to Glenn Gtrlson! That Belviderc game could have been a cinch but for a few bad breaks but nevertheless a good, clean game. Genrich, Eau Claire, Tuite, Smith, Edwards, Bill Rogers put their stamp of emphatic approval of the team, of the coach— When the clashing and disputing over the Army and Notre Dame game-died down, we could hear the ladies Rah Yeahing for Harlem. Listing all the reasons for the wins, near the top stands the Pep Club, the cheer leaders, and the fans. Gay attire, flashy fascinators, banners of orange and black, the snappy, well-timed cheers! Triumphant!! The teams, first, second and third, bow to the cheering section. YOUR PEP! YOU VE GOT IT, NOW KEEP IT!!! ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ★ LiGHTi 'GHTs H 3N° Ah . «7 "AftLCM . O V 0 M U , O 2 o i© o T HE TRAINING AND SKILLFUL CARE THE YOUNG ATHLETES RECEIVE FROM THEIR COACHES ECHO THE PATTERN Of THE HARLEM SPIRIT - 2 C 20 - o o - 20 o - I 1 12 - 19 o - IS t, - 40 VARSITY STtRONO COMMUNITY HAWI I Ml BCLVIOCKf HARLEM SOOTH BELOIT HAKLLM MONONWW HARLEM 6T. THOMA6 HARLEM LAST er HARLEM CAST 6' HARLCMqfe'H J'se3 •.•1 0 s ,K»uibcia io]_ jouoibd 3J3piA|'ag 3||irtbubjQ uin b uo ba jq souo y 5 puopjt u obauQ !° 3 3 °S L|obau«uO|-j -be ze uinoj y Qb bQ souj 6£ b8 puo| JMiyj fir ZT 3japin|ag gr lb ,0la 3 °5 6C ?S qobsuouoj-i T9 xe qb.H Xs an re Tb || inabuOjQ 8b TC 4 °|aQ 9 £ r «n fuui njy R him rt i LJ e 7 Beloit 19 48 Orancjsui lie 25 34 Uesf 13 52 Wononeqoh 32. 17 So. Heloif 33 14 f5e luidere 17 48 KirK land 40 31 Thomas 28 34 -) cq U1 0 38 33 Honon each 32 31 So Be oif 34 11 Orecjo n 53 21 KirK and 22 52 Stf. Thomas 28 42 0 reqo n 24 34 flqum 34 25 Orancpille 31 28 BeluicJere Oelv »d«r e Tonrnamthf 28 42 Dund«e 27 48-- VA| ----------- aVw R k A -CV J (Vt o B«W ««e — ry 1 'Relays (ok SUimm')- f a io fr ee S aVuntv»')--n a  ★ HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Girls’ Athletic Association Come the first day of school, and there follows the plans for a full season of activity. Right early in the year a distinct showing was made in the selection of sport leaders, to wit: SOCCER—(Sept. 13-Oct. 28) Evelyn Feldt assisted by Laura Wtxxl. ARCHERY—(Sept. 25-Oct. 14) Jean Kennedy. VOLLEYBALL—(Nov. 8-Feb. 28) Frances Feesc. BASKETBALL—(March 7-March 28) Mary Ann Johnson. BOWLING—(November-March) Eva Mae Roush. SHUFFLEBOARD—(March 10-April 29) Nancy Stewart. BASEBALL—(April-May) Marilyn Kelley. HIKING—(Fall and Spring) Marlene Anderson. No sooner did the sun set on one activity but it rose on another. It was observed by an onlooker. "No activity holds them as does the G.A.A. It could be their resolutions: "I promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls' Athletic Association, by promoting interest in athletics, and out-of-doors, by living so that I may be- healthy and strong, by making g xxl sportsmanship a constant factor in my conduct. The Point Committee, Phyllis Zumhagcn and Jeanninc Fair, with Chairman Mar)- Ann Johnson, checked carefully on the work of each member. ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN Those behind the curtain as well as on the stage arc the officers: Mary Lou Kennedy, President. Marlene Kinson, Vice President. Carlyne Schlensker, Secretary. Norma Bentson, Ass t Secretary. Darlene Swisher, Treasurer. Mrs. Doyle, Advisor. The reader will recall these outstanding dates and events: Sept. 17, 1946—Buddy Hike—(Succulent Hot Dogs. Chocolate milk, double layer dessert.) Jan. 11, 1947—G.A.A. Dance—(Focus of eyes on shimmer)- lovliness of attire and appointment.) March 18, 1947—P.T.A. Exhibition—(Tap dancing in rythmic treatment.) March 19, 1947—Initiation—(A blending of gayety and solemnity.) March 19, 20, 21, 1947—Basketball Tournament—(A fashion of sports attire and a display of balanced playing.) Always the G.A.A. for better living! Its aims—to solidify friendships and to externalize honor—give youth a Way! ★ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN ANDRE RADIO AND APPLIANCE 5424 North Second Street LOVES PARK General Electric Store also Hardware, Paints and GlassLET YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBE . . . Then Let Vs Fill Your Prescription C. E. EDWARDS, Drugs 5452 North Second Street |{o«k ford. Illinois Parkside HK W e Deliver COAL - COKE • FUEL OIL LUMBER AND Bl ILDING MATERIALS J. H. PATTERSON COMPANY See Us . . . 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Illinois THE FLOWER SHOP Depentlahle Store for Young Men 505 East State Street BUCHANAN MUSIC SHOP DEETZ 103 West State Street Rockford, Illinois House of Music Phone Main 445 Musical Instruments Successor to Uaddorff s Supplies Music • Repairing 108 West State Street ANNON’S THANK YOU ROYAL BLUE hr Fresh Groceries your patronage Meat ami Vegetables THE TOP HAT 5447 North Second St root Parkside 434 5211 North Second Stroot BURDEN’S ANCONA’S Orthopedic Shop l)- SERVICE ARCH SUPPORTS MADE TO ORDER Complele Lubrication Dry Cleaning Shoes - Shoe liepairing FIRESTONE Phono Parksido 1470 ACCESSORIES 5428 North Second Stroot 1 iOvom ParkSEARS-ROEBUCK AND COMPANY EXTEND (;0()D W ISHES to till• Senior Class of Harlem COMPLIMENTS and ;oon W ISHES from BLANKENBUROS Photographers KANKAKEE. 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