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

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• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Foreword We, the Seniors of 1949, are leaving in the Meteor a record of this year's events that have occupied first place in our minds and hearts. Harlem has become an integral part of us. No other school will mean quite as much to us as it has, for here we have learned lessons in patience, in sportsmanship, in friendliness, and in sharing with others. From our teachers we have received not only knowledge, but also ideals which should complement our learning. Only time will prove how skillfully we use them. In our school we have laughed, danced, sang, studied, felt the sting of disappointment, made mistakes, profited by our mistakes, received honors, been reprimanded, learned to accept responsibility, and learned the pleasure of growing into personalities that we can admire: in short, we have lived. We leave with a feeling of gratitude and love in our hearts for Harlem, our Alma Mater. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Dedication To Donald Boomhower who should be graduating with us we dedicate this nineteen hundred and forty-nine Meteor. Donald was killed August seventh, nineteen hundred and forty-eight. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Table of Contents FOREWORD DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION METEOR STAFF SENIORS JUNIORS PEPPER STAFF SOPHOMORES CALENDAR FRESHMEN MUSIC G.A.A. AND CHEERLEADERS CLUBS ATHLETICS ADVERTISING • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Administration Robert M. Hutchins, Chancellor of University of Chicago, has this to say about our educational system: "Americans have never had to be intelligent. America has grown strong and rich, not because of its system of education, but in spite of it." We have come to realize that education does not bring wealth as such. Our school, along with thousands of others, is trying to educate for a good life, not monetary gain. High schools can give only a taste of "this and that." Boys and girls must judge from those tastes which avenues of knowledge they wish to pursue. Our problems today are manifold. Our President is working arduously for world peace. World peace must begin at home and in the school. Our teaching must include learning to respect the rights of our neighbors, overcoming our prejudices and weighing all information, reverencing our Maker, and keeping an open healthy mind toward the future, if our students are to live the "good life." The Board of Education has cooperated with Superintendent Hovey in trying to make Harlem High School a good school. The fact that it is accredited with the University of Illinois and the North Central Association proves that they have secured a satisfactory teaching staff and utilized to the best advantage the small space of an old and crowded building. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • The Faculty Russel W. Hovey, B.Sc., Ph.M. Superintendent University of Illinois University of Wisconsin. Harold Moore. B.A., Ph.M. Principal Dean of Boys Senior Sponsor 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. Frances J. Valentine, A.B., M.S. Dean of Girls Senior Sponsor James Millikin University . . University of Colorado University of Illinois. Plane Geometry . . Advanced Algebra Solid Geometry .... Trigonometry. Jesse Horan, B.E. Northern Illinois State Teachers College .. University of Illinois. Algebra ... Geometry Sophomore Sponsor. John Sontag, B.E. Oshkosh State Teachers College of Wisconsin University of Colorado Rockford College . University of Wisconsin .... Colorado State Teachers College Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wisconsin. General Science . . Biology Physics .. Camera Club . . Conservation Club Sophomore Sponsor. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • The Faculty Clyde F. Peterson, B.S. Illinois Wesleyan University Northern Illinois State Teachers College. Physical Education Health General Science Coach ... H-Club. John G. Martin, B.A. Beloit College University of Illinois. American Government U. S. History Sociology Lightweight Coach. Mrs. Stone, Graduate Nurse Wayland Academy University of Wisconsin Billings Hospital Michael Reece Hospital Rockford Hospital .... Nurse. William B. Young, B.E. Illinois State Normal University University of Pittsburgh Graduate School. Industrial Arts Freshman Sponsor Woodbutchers. Harry A. Campion, B.E., M.A. Western Illinois State Teachers College Northwestern University. Shorthand Typing. Marian Welbes, B.A. Michigan State Normal College Rockford College. English III English II Senior Play Junior Sponsor. Clyde L. Joyce, B.S. Memphis State Teachers College University of Alabama Lake Forest College Memphis Conservatory of Music Mississippi State College Sherwood Music School. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • The Faculty World History English II .. Prom Advisor . .. Junior Sponsor. Azalia Winfrey, B.S. Central Missouri State Teachers College Chicago Musical College Northwestern University. English IV Librarian Meteor Sponsor. Pearl Morton, A.B. Missouri Wesleyan College Columbia Teachers College. Home Economics Freshman Sponsor Junior Prom Committee. Evalyn Clark, B.A. Illinois State Teachers College Illinois Wesleyan University Rockford College. Pepper Sponsor. Rudolph Saarinen, B.E. Northern Illinois State Teachers College University of St. Louis. Glee Clubs .. Orchestra Band. Engenia Turney, B.S. Rockford College Illinois State Normal University. Girls' Athletics ... G.A.A. Camille Ingrassia, B.A. St. Mary's College at Notre Dame Rockford College. Spanish .... English II .... Student Council Spanish Club .. Sophomore Sponsor. Frank M. Williams, B.S. University of California .. Stanford. General Science Plane Geometry Student Council .... Visual Aid Program. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •Do "fyou ‘ emetnbe'i ?• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Meteor Staff Editor-in-Chief Jack Branning Advertising Marian Roberts Rhoda Strong John Haugen Pat Latta Dick Peterson Anna Timmerman Erma Joseph Joan Conklin Delores Wood Pat Fairclough Photographers Larry Gramzow Kieth Henley Art Sharon Cline Typists Larry Gramzow Dona Burdick Betty Wilson Business Managers Marilyn Taylor Marjorie Ades Make-up Jeannine Fair Eva Mae Roush Carliene Reichstein Arlene Houston Russell Zumbro Advisor Miss Winfrey Last Row: Joan Conklin. Dolores Wood, Anna Timmerman, Marjorie Ades, Patricia Fairclough, Arlene Houston. Eva Mae Roush, Carliene Reichstein, Jeannine Fair. Second Row: Richard Peterson. John Haugen. Patricia Latta, Sharon Cline, Rhoda Strong. Marian Roberts, Erma Joseph, Marilyn Taylor. Seated at Table: Betty Wilson, Larry Gramzow, Jack Branning, Miss Winfrey. Advisor; Dona Burdick, Keith Henley. (Russell Zum-bro not in picture.) • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •THE METEOR• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Seniors We have been together now lor lour years, working, playing, and learning. Now we are nearing that day when we will be called upon to use our knowledge and talents in varying lields. We leel a strange sensation come over us when we begin to think ol graduation. It makes us wish we were Ireshmen again. Now we realize that we must go lorward and look lor those opportunities we have dreamed about. We know now that we must put all our knowledge together i( we are to be ready to open the door when opportunity knocks. We thank our advisors, Miss Valentine and Mr. Moore, lor the great amount of time and effort they have put forth to guide us over unfamiliar ground. We know that we could not have had any better advisors. We also must thank the Class Officers for their steady teamwork in getting the best for us. OFFICERS President.....Keith Henley Secretary_______ Jeannine Fair Vice President Jack Branning Treasurer Robert Buxton • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •SENIORS jtucjo -U .» rt HSJ fyiy+tit' £(ctt s • H CJ( CL0 xy o£+ ' 'IA- Oici tci tt 1919 SENIORS s 6b61 3« UV He isn’t o — Hu d'e Belles YivaenVTrio TRnet . time Wm . A % rt He e » ’■ Comes.’' H, 5f e5 oyeY• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Seniors MARJORIE ADES G.A.A. 3. 4; Mixed Glee Club 2; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3; Special Girls' Chorus 3; Home Economics Club 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Augustans 2, 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Conservation Club 4; Meteor 4. CHARLES BLOOMINGDALE Basketball 3. 4; Future Farmers of America 2, 3; Conservation Club 3. 4. JACK BRANNING Woodbutchors 1; Track 3. 4; Football 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Sonior Vice-President 4; Boys' Chorus 2, 3; Gleo Club 2; Operetta 1; Meteor 4; Junior Play Committeo 3; Sonior Play 4. Junior Prom Committee 3; Fire Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Augustans 2, 3, 4. Elected to Premier Boys’ State 3. DICK BROWN Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2; President Industrial Arts Club 2; H Club 3, 4; President H Club 4; Fire Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Chief 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Milk Patrol 4. DONNA BURDICK Pepper 1; Mctoor Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Play Committee 4; Operetta 1. ROBERT BUXTON Basketball 1. 3. 4; Football 1. 2, 3. 4. Track 1. 2; H Club 3; H Club Treasurer 4; Conservation Club 4; Woodbutchors 1. 2; Class Treasurer 4. LAWRENCE BYMASTER Augustans 1; Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Chorus 3; Pepper 4; Play 4; Conservation Club 4; Chess Club 2; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2; Senior Play Advertising 4. SUE CARTWRIGHT Augustans 1. 2. 4; Freshman Play at Roosevelt 1. Band 2. 3; G.A.A. 2. 3. 4; Girls' Chorus 2. 3. 4; Conservation Club 2. 4; Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committeo 3; Popper 4. FRANCES CLEARY Operetta 1; Girls' Chorus 1, 2; Augustans 2. 3. 4. SHARON CLINE Window Painting 4; G.A.A. 3; Pepper 3; Art Editor Pepper 4; Meteor 4; Chorus 2; Augustans 2. 3. 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4. JOANNE CONKLIN Secretary of Home Economics Club 2; G.A.A. 1. 2. 4, Special Chorus 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Senior Play 4; Augustans 2. 3. 4; Band 3, 4. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Seniors DOROTHY CUTLER G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Augustan 2. 3, 4; Conservation Club 3; Special Chorsu 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3. JEANNINE FAIR G.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Sports Leader 2, 3; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Senior Class Secretary 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Conservation Club Vice-President 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Chorus 4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Pepper 4; Meteor 4; Student Council 4. PAT FAIRCLOUGH Girls' Chorus 1, 2; Operetta 1; G.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 2; Meteor 4; Pepper 3; Home Economics Club 2. BOB FRANKLIN Football 2. 3. 4; Track 1, 2. 3. 4; H Club 3. 4; Fire Patrol 4; Augustans 2. 3. LARRY GRAMZOU Spanish Club Treasurer 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Conservation Club 3, 4; Meteor Staff 4. LORNA HANEBUTH G.A.A. 3; Girls' Chorus 1. 2; Glee Club Accompanist 2. 3. 4; Sextette 4; Operetta 1; Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Class Play Committee 4. DICK HARVEY Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; H Club 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4. Woodbutchers 1; Junior Play 3; Stage Manager 4; Augustans 2. 3. 4; Pepper 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys' Chorus 1. 2. 3. Elected to Premier Boys' State 3. JOHN HAUGEN Football 1. 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1. 2; Conservation Club 4; Wood-butchers I. 2; Meteor 4. KEITH HENLEY Football 1, 2, 3. 4. Basketball 1; Track 1. 2. 3, 4; Camera Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Camera Club Vice-President 3; Spanish Club 3. 4; Spanish Club President 3; Conservation Club 3. 4. Class Play 3. 4; Play Prop Committee 3, 4. Senior Class President 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; Fire Patrol 1. 2. 3. 4; Fire Chief 4; Band 2. 3. 4; Boys' Club 2. 3; Pepper 3. 4; Meteor 4; Woodbutchers 1; H Club 3. 4; Stamp Club 2; Magazine Captain 2. 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 2. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Seniors ARLENE HOUSTON G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Secretary 4; Sports Leader 2. 3; Pepper 4; Meteor 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Augustans 2. 3, 4. RUTH JOHNSON Augustans 2. 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Girls' Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Special Chorus 3. 4; G.A.A. 3. 4. LACE JOHNSON Basketball 1, 3. 4; Track 1. 3; Conservation Club 4; Class Officer 1; Prom Committee 3; Play Committee 3. 4; Fire Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1. 2; Milk Patrol 4. BARBARA KIMERY Operetta 1; G.A.A. 3, 4; Augustans 2; Play Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Conservation Club 4; Student Council 4. DICK LAMONT Football 1, 2. 3. 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Conservation Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Junior Play 3; H Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Fire Patrol 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Operetta 1; Prom Committoe 3; Play Committee 3; Woodbutchers 1, 2; Prop Committee 3, 4. PAT LATTA Mixed Glee Club 1; Operetta 1; Augustans 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Sportleader 3; Junior Class Play 3; Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4; Meteor 4. Pep Club 3; Conservation Club 4; Play Committeo 4; Prom Committee 3. GEORGIA MEYER G.A.A. 3, 4; Augustans 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. JESSIE O'DONNELL G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Conservation Club 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Operetta 1; G.A.A. Sportleader 3. BURDETTE PETERSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Danco Committee 1; Latin Play 2; Woodbutchers 1; Chess Club 3. DONNA IONE PETERSON Girls' Chorus 2, 3; Band (majorette) 2, 3, 4; Sonior Class Play 4; Augustans 2, 3, 4; Special Girls' Chorus 3; Senior Prom Committee 3. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors JOANNE POOLEY G.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Girls' Chorus 3, 4; Conservation Club 3. 4; Home Economics Club Treasurer 1; Play Committeo 3, 4; G.A.A. Dance Committee 2; Special Chorus 3, 4; Assistant Editor Pepper 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. CARLIENE REICHSTEIN G.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Sportsleader 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Play 4; Prom Committeo 3; Conservation Club 4; Vice-Presidont Conservation Club 4; Class Secretary 1; Meteor 4; G.A.A. Treasurer 4; Popper Stall 4; Girls' Chorus 4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 4. MARIAN ROBERTS G.A.A. 4; Meteor 4. EUGENE ROGERS Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Industrial Arts Club 1; Fire Patrol 1. 2, 3. 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Boys' Chorus 1, 2. 3; Class Treasurer 2; Latin Club 2, 3; Senior Play Stage Committee 4; Conservation Club 4; H Club 3, 4. Elected to Premier Boys' Stale. RAY ROGERS Football 2. 3. 4. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 3. 4; Baseball 2. EVA MAE ROUSH G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; G.A.A. Vice-President 3; G.A.A. President 4; Sports Leader 2. 3; G.A.A. Magazine Captain 3; Class Vice-President 3; Chorus 4; Special Chorus 4; Pep Club 3; Pep Club President 3; Play Committee 3. 4; Play 4; Meteor 4; Operetta 1; Conservation Club 4; Student Council 4; Prom Committee 3; Advertising Manager Magazine Sales 4. BETTY SEYMOUR Class Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 2. 3. 4; Girls' Gleo Club 3, 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Class Play Make-up Committeo 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 2; G.A.A. Hiking Assistant 4; Junior Prom Committeo 3; Freshman Initiation Dance Committee 2; Special Chorus 4. JO ANN SKRODENIS Class Secretary 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Conservation Club 4; G.A.A. Dance Committee 3, 4. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Seniors WILLIAM STRAHER Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Industrial Arts Club 1; Conservation Club 3. 4; Conservation Club President 4; Play Committee 3; H Club 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Camera Club 3; Boys' Chorus 1, 2; Operetta 1; Augustans 2, 3. 4. EDITH STROM G.A.A. 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Special Chorus 3, 4; Library Stall 1, 2. RHODA MAE STRONG Needlecrait Club 1; Augustans 2. 3. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Meteor 4. GENE STUFFLEBEAM Woodbutchers 1, 5; Band 2, 3, 4, 5. MARILYN TAYLOR Student Council 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1; Sport Leader 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Play Committee 3; Meteor 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Conservation Club Secretary 4; Glee Club 4. ANNA TIMMERMAN F.H.A. 1; Band 1. 2. 3; G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Augustans 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 3; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; Play Committee 3, 4; Conservation Club 4; Meteor StaH 4. CHARLES VAUGHAN Operetta 1; Augustans 2, 3, 4; Football 3. 4; Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Class President 3; Student Council 4; Student Council President 4; Junior Class Play 3; Senior Class Play 4; Fire Patrol 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 3. BETTY WILSON Cheerleading 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 4; Conservation Club 4; Home Economics Club Vice-President 1; Studont Council Vice-President 3; Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Special Chorus 3, 4; Sextette 3. 4; Pepper 3. 4; Pepper Editor 4; Meteor 4; Class Play 3. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Captain Magazine Sales 3; Publicity Chairman Magazine Sales 4: Augustans 2, 3. 4. DELORES WOOD G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Leader 3; Girls' Gleo Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Special Chorus 3, 4; Conservation Club 3, 4; Augustans 2, 3. 4; Augustans Secretary 3; Home Economics 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Class Play 3; Senior Class Play 4; Pepper 4; Meteor 4. RUSSELL ZUMBRO Latin Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Conservation Club 3, 4; Woodbutchers 1; Meteor 4; Football Manager 3. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Senior Play Under the able direction of Mrs. Welbes, the senior play “Digging Up The Dirt" gave a rollicking evening's entertainment. The cast was as follows: Charles Vaughan Dick Lamont .... Jack Branning Keith Henley Dick Peterson Delores Wood . . Donna Peterson Joanne Conklin Carliene Reichstein Lawrence Bymaster Marjorie Ades..... Mrs. Welbes ...... Ken Andrews, student at Anvar College William Loomis, a friend of Ken Professor Roger Halleck, an archaeologist from Anvar College ........................Sheriff Carson Jose Andrada, a bad hombre Aunt Miriam Eggles, bad news to the younger generation ..................... Betty Sherman, her neice ...................... Nan, friend of Betty .................... Jane, friend of Betty ....................Allan, Betty's brother ...........Phyllis, Allan's fiancee .............................Director Betty Wilson and Eva Mae Roush Tap Dancers NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Senior Prophecy A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE 1. Marjorie Ades who can't study enough. Goes to Rockford Memorial where the courses are tough. 2. Charles Bloomingdale says a farmer he'll be. But for just the type, we'll just wait and see. 3. Jack Branning has decided his country needs aid. So his career in civil service will be made. 4. Perhaps to California goes our Dick Brown To seek in the Navy fame and renown. 5. On to Minnesota is Dona Burdick's cry; When school is out, to there she'll fly. 6. Bob Buxton is sure that he will go west. He says that's the place that he can do best. 7. For college Lawrence Bymaster's making preparations. Maybe Uncle Sam will ask him to help with reparations. 8. Vivacious Sue Cartwright wants to be a nurse. To bring help to people and also fill her purse. 9. In some little cottage we'll meet Frances Cleary, She will help her community, for she'll be always cheery. 10. We think an artist will be Sharon Cline, For the drawing she does is all very fine. 11. To Chicago goes Joann Conklin to learn to do milady's hair. Her aim, to make said face to seem more fair. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Senior Prophecy 12. Dorothy Cutler aspires to a nursing career. That her patients won't love her we have never a fear. 13. Jeannine is our Fair girl in school. When she works in the office the bosses will drool. 14. Pat Fairclough says she hasn't made up her mind. But to California she would go if fate is kind. 15. The dark-haired Franklin boy says he'll have his fling. In Research Chemistry which a future will bring. 16. Larry Gramzow wants to do more book-keeping, From his records his money he'll be reaping. 17. Lorna Hanebuth wants to learn to teach, She'll stand the kids in the corner and to them surely preach. 18. From garbage collector or lawyer Dick Harvey must choose. From either one or the other, may he nothing loose. 19. We hear John Haugen will earn his wealth. In some good climate where he'll keep his health. 20. Keith Henley's going to college. But he won't say he seeks any knowledge. 21. Arlene Houston is our high score Harlem Peach, A successful career in baseball she'll likely reach. 22. Ruth Johnson you must call if you feel ill. As a nurse she'll cure any ache or chill. 23. Lace Johnson is getting more ambitious, His growth of late shows his food's nutritious. 24. Erma Joseph will train for a nurse in D. C., From hard work and cranky patients she will never flee. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Senior Prophecy 25. Barbara Kimery is interested in the health of our nation. All ills will plead with her by special legation. 26. A carpenter Dick Lamont will be, The "new look" in houses we'll now likely see. 27. Pat Latta plans to be health's assistant. When germs attack, she'll be a firm resistant. 28. Georgia Meyer plans to go to college. But which course she will take she will not acknowledge. 29. Burdette Peterson plans to be a good farmer, If he can find a helper who will be a charmer. 30. Donna Peterson's ambition is to chase away your ills. Give her the chance and you'll always get sugar-coated pills. 31. Dick Peterson's tastes run to drums and Fords, To one or the other he's always running towards. 32. Joan Pooley says she wants to work. But she hasn't said whether as housewife or clerk. 33. Carliene Reichstein's nursing will be full of pluck, Especially if the patient should be the one and only Chuck. 34. Marian Roberts likes Math, particularly geometry. So she's thinking she'll like work in comptometry. 35. Gene Rogers says he can't make up his mind, But a very good profession we are sure that he will find. 36. Ray Rogers will make a very good clerk in a store. His smile and his honesty will bring customers galore. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FOKTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Senior Prophecy 37. We hear Eva Mae Roush wants to sell drugs and such. We wish her success because she'll help people much. 38. Betty Seymour's decided to work on our heads, She will dye hair, cut hair, and give permanents it's said. 39. Joan Skrodenis thinks X-Raying will be play. And at the end of the day she still will be gay. 40. Hunting, fishing, and traveling is Bill Straher's aim. He intends to catch a “dear” that will bring him fame. 41. Edith Strom, our quiet lass. As a competent teacher will take no sass. 42. Rhoda Strong intends to use her punctuation. For her office work she will have to take dictation. 43. Eugene Stufflebeam likes cars and tools and things. The greasier he gets the more he sings. 44. Marilyn Taylor denies that over pots and pans she'll slave. She'll work in an office and there her strength she'll save. 45. Anna Mae Timmerman is third on the X-Ray list. We hope of all important facts she will get the jist. 46. A long hard road Charles Vaughan will choose. His skill and knowledge of engineering he must fuse. 47. Betty Wilson in an office will seek a career, We are sure as a worker she will be without a peer. 48. Delores Wood to a college will go. Whatever she sows, there it will grow. 49. Russell Zumbro will be headed for Minnesota. For fun, fame, and fortune there to get his quota. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOI The Juniors The Junior Class lost several of their number for various reasons, but new ones entered and brought their ranks up to about equal that of their sophomore year. Their advisors, Mrs. Welbes and Mr. Joyce, worked very hard to help them give a successful prom. Mr. Horan's health did not permit him to direct the play, and Mrs. Wood took over and did a very good job. The interests of the class are varied; however, athletics comes first. They elected as their class officers the following people: President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... .. David Abbott Janice McCarthy Dorothy Husen Jerrold Schuneman NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NIN.David Abbott Henry Anderson . dv'inne. Andrew "DoanBarrie F?onold Board Denton Bol ton IbnaU Core Gloria Cl 4V K Harold Com bet lWmdD ,e son Hdr C-Doherly R.cUrJDore AI lenfdvwds Iberia Hassin er RVehard Hansen Olive HoffmanDorothy Husen Vivian Li. T3on Warreh L y no- I Icw i f c3.ciR niT a "Thomas 3e. r ne Sc-hwenK Rohort Vvfcaner Virginia Warner 3c.v,elry Traj1 ’ Doris orK (rlcn Yurnba 11 D retta or kHARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL The Junior Class Play “JIMMY. BE CAREFUL1" A Comedy in Three Acts by Lillian Mortimer Directed by Dorothy L. Wood Characters (in the order of their first appearance) Tillie. the Blake's maid Thelma Danielsen Pietro, her admirer Glen Turnbull Emilie Blake Mary Doherty Jim Fisher Bill Ryerson Ma Blake Doris York Aunt Ellen Jean Schwenk • Verna Blake Sharon Mitchell Willie Blake Roland Nelson Uncle Chris Thomas Timmis Herb Clark Henry Anderson NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINEHARLEM CONSOLIDATE D HIG H SCHOOL • Pepper Staff Standing: Alan Bjorkland, Carliene Reichstein. Warren Layng. Alice Hoover, Richard Peterson, Marilyn Berndt, Thelma Danielson, Joan Stein, Kieth Henley, Delores Wood. Richard Harvey. Seated: Lawrence Bymaster, Sharon Cline, Jeannine Fair. Betty Wilson, Joan Pooley, Mrs. Clark, advisor; Arlene Houston. The aims of the Harlem High School Pepper are to give the students a chance to voice their opinions on subjects related to the school and to promote school spirit, teamwork, and co-operation. This the Pepper has been striving to do since the early twenties when it was known as the Harlem Bulletin. Later it was changed to the Harlem Herald until in 1913 it acquired its present name of the Pepper. STAFF Editor.......................................................Betty Wilson Assistant Editor.................................... Joanne Pooley Circulation and Advertising Manager Jeannine Fair Assistants Sue Cartwright. Carliene Reichstein. Alan Bjorklund Typists ....... Sports Editor G.A.A. Editor Reporters...... Art Editor Assistants .... Mimeographer Faculty Advisor Arlene Houston. Lawrence Bymaster ...................Warren Layng Joan Stein Delores Wood. Alice Hoover. Thelma Danielson .......................Sharon Cline Leatrice Anderson, Marilyn Berndt, Keith Henley. Dick Peterson .....................Dick Harvey Mrs. Clark NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •W VA w 4. Huskies at v;crc r Ja s of St. T Vf 1 to So.-. '' ?e Qt S? 'a. _ • v v v- ' 'Sl ©, _ 3pper cn iouJd-t of tion- ‘ a set vv The th % T .'O to inpi ' '' .j V‘v ' nr. If roveef VC of S. Beloirv ,n quarters -•ft Xiotv Ol •’ doioir j ©u did littlfc©. ° 6. .x- stand and they bov;od to a-final .c of 49-43- M V i o X __l2 , ci TOT- scYv°° . ■pa - ' - oV°r, tv TT _ » _• V . _h-«5 S : y, (j u 0VI buccessor h 2 04 :s - v ; v W. t i ATe ST. .. «.. -O' . j ' j" u -- ’A-r VA „o?The Sophomores The Sophomore Class started the social year off with a party for the Freshmen. Clever initiation stunts entertained visitors and made the guests feel as if they were full fledged Harlemites. We find all school activities represented by the class of fifty-one. They elected as their officers: President....................... Vice-President ................. Secretary....................... Treasurer....................... Advisors ....................... Edgar Johnson Richard McKern Betty Allbee Richard Roush Mr. Horan and Miss Ingrassia nineteen hundred and fortv-nine• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Back Row: Richard McKern, Richard Johnson, John Fox, Natalie Trapini, James Bender, Rocco Fiordelisi, Edgar Johnson, Jerry Anderson, and Robert Brown. Fourth Row: Joyce Bartlett, Beth Ann Williams. Carol Larson, Mary Owens, Margaret Friels, Joan Sawdey. Joan Lindquist. Sally Corrigan, and Janet Kinson. Third Row: John Sontag, Jr.. Robort Hughes, LeRoy Meyer, Kenneth Brydon. James Avery, Richard Roguski, William Babcock, Paul Meyer, and John Purdue. Second Row: Shirley Ferguson, Ruth Mead, Barbara Arnold, Joyce Johnson. Carol Messimore, Bonnie Swanborg, Sheryl Crawford, Beverly Nordmore. Joetta Mace. Seated: Mr. Horan, Advisor. Robert Hazen, Neal Ricke, Walter Stenzel, Royco Gilbert, Margaret Russ, Ruth Shellcross, and Elaine Conovor. Back Row: Franklin Herbert. Harold Clark, Joe Everett, Milton Evans, Gene Larson, Rex Ferguson, Robert McCarthy, John Willis. Billy Eau Claire. Fourth Row: Earl Beach, Robert Borden, Leif Ayen, Dallas Johnson, Richard Yates, Gerald Johnson, Richard Roush, Kenneth Nelson, Robert Hissong. Third Row: Verna Justice, Bonnie Baldwin, Donald Rydeberg, Alan Bjorkland, Fred Moore, Donald Anderson, Wayne Sonneson, Richard Townsend, and Fred Conwell. Second Row: Judith Colombo, Bonnie Burdick, Jean Meyer, Georgia Muchmore, Elaine Hottman, Karalyn Schenk, Shirley Swanson, and Sue Cullimoro. Seated: Marguerite Triplett, Donna Peterson. Nancy Stevens, Norma Mitchell. Betty Allbee, Beverly Stein, Alice Hoover, and Mr. Horan. Roll TOP BOTTOM • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE ••HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Calendar AUGUST- 25 Football practice — off with the summer weight! SEPTEMBER— 7 Freshmen getting lost when school starts — ask upperclassmen why! 11 Harlem-Aquin Football game— 17 Harlem-Zion Football game— 22 Freshmen entertain at initiation party — Laugh, 1 thought I'd die! 23 Cheerleader election — congratulations, girls. 25 Harlem-South Beloit Football game— 27 Fire Patrol organization and drill — Hush - hush - but don't push! 27 Work started on Meteor. OCTOBER— 1 Annual Magazine Campaign underway — Come on, girls. Nice going, boys. 1 Harlem-Amboy Football game— 6 Class Officers Elected. 8 Harlem-Hononegah Football game— 12 Student Council Elected — Congratulations. 16 Harlem-St. Thomas Football game— 29 Teachers Institute — Oh boy, a rest! 29 Harlem-Belvidere Football game— NOVEMBER— 2 Assembly Program — "Adventures in the Dark." 5 H-Club Dance — Oh! you "Huskies" you! 6 Harlem-Marengo Football game — "Homecoming." 5 Assembly Program — "Communism Versus Civilization." Very fine. 9 A Trip to Chicago — Physics Field Program. "A good time had by all." 10 Armistice Day Program. 13 Athletic Benefit Dance — Shrine Temple — Thank you. Businessmen. 19 Harlem-Burlington Basketball game— Dance sponsored by Student Council. 24 Harlem-West Rockford Basketball game— DECEMBER— 2 Senior Play Matinee — Gray hair from worry and red faces from embarrassment. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NIN■ — ■■■■ -■ ' - ■ ■■ —... - " ■— ■= .. - • HA K LEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Calendar 3 Senior Class Play — Last fingernails chewed and finally the Zero Hour — Good work. Seniors. 4 Harlem-Durand Basketball game— Dance sponsored by Pepper. 10 Harlem-Aquin. there— 11 Harlem-Genoa, here— Dance sponsored by Junior Class. 17 Harlem-Kirkland. there— 18 to Jan. 2 Christmas Vacation — Isn't it wonderful! 22, 23 Belvidere Basketball Tournament at Belvidere. JANUARY— 3 Back to School. Everyone tired. Let's have another vacation. 7 Harlem vs. Burlington, there— 8 Harlem vs. Polo, here— Dance sponsored by Sophomores. 13 Assembly Program — Gilbert and Sullivan Operettas. 14 Harlem vs. Hononegah, here— Dance sponsored by Meteor. 15 Harlem vs. St. Thomas, there— 21 Harlem vs. South Beloit, there— 22 Harlem vs. Genoa, there— 26 Assembly Program — Petrie Hussars. Music and Pageantry. 27 Money collected for Meteor. Marian Roberts and Rhoda Strong are winners. 28 Harlem vs. Aquin—Here. Dance sponsored by Freshmen. 29 Harlem vs. Mt. Morris, there— FEBRUARY— 1 First Semester ends — The last lap has started. 4 Harlem vs. Kirkland, here— Dance sponsored by Band. 9 Mr. Blankenberg comes to take pictures for Meteor. 11 Harlem vs. Belvidere, there— 12 G.A.A. Dance. All the girls were there with their best boy friends. 12 The Annual G.A.A. Dance. The girls will be thinking of which boy to ask. 17-18 Winnebago County Teachers' Institute. We rest while the teachers go to school. They will be guests of Rockford business men. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Calendar 18 Hononegah vs. Harlem, there— 19 Our well known rivals, St. Thomas, here— Dance sponsored by Seniors. 21 Mrs. Wood chosen director for Junior Play. 25 More basketball. South Beloit, here— 26 Zion basketball team comes here. MARCH— 1-4 Regional Basketball Tournament. Harlem lost to West High School. 10 Vernon Ishmael — Assembly Program. 9:00 A M. Tenor and Pianist. An excellent program. Could we have him again? 9-11 Sectional Basketball Tournament. Hard luck. Harlem lost in Regional. 14 Meteor work coming to a close. 18 Junior Play. 23 Open House. The house will look clean when we finish scrubbing. 25 Musical Concert. Band and Glee Clubs. APRIL— 2 Athletic Banquet and Dance. Everyone looking forward to a good time. 5 Assembly Program — McBride, the Man of a Thousand Mysteries. 11 Everything moving smoothly. 15-18 Easter Recess. A short vacation. 26 Stanley Ross — Assembly Program at 2:15. South America by an American correspondent. 28-29 Junior Prom Decoration starts. Gym reserved. 30 Junior Prom. Every Junior and Senior will be there, we hope. MAY— 4 Biology Field Trip. 7 Reviews and More reviewing. 11 Senior Mothers' Afternoon Tea. 20 Senior Class Night and Farewell Dance. JUNE— 1 Worrying about grades, diplomas, and such. 5 Baccalaureate Service. 8:00 P. M. 9 Senior Class Picnic, the final social “Get-together.'' Food! Ah! 10 Senior Commencement. 11 Seniors are gone. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINEw • HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • TOP Back Row: Russell Mackey, Donald Burns, Jerry Ray, John Nicholas, Philip Ralston, Robert Phelps, John Hazelo, Jamos Miller, and Dennis Johnson. Filth Row: Ollio Johnston. Garnet Blosser, Iva Key. Darlene Zumbro, Eunice Anderson, Patricia Immers, Norma Ringlo, Nancy Lucky, Alice Kampmeier. Fourth Row: Allen Austin, Gene Snydor, James Hall, Rullell McKisky, Charles Epling, William Avery, Donald Hutchinson, Tommy Monigold. Third Row: Betty Coffen. Patricia Stewart, Martha Swanson. Marjorie Smith. Jacquoline Hallden, Alice Swenson, Lois Gorham, Shirley Beach. Second Row: Richard Stevens. Duano Huoy, Jamos Burton, Clifford Johnson. Jack Elliott, James Torgersen, Donald Samp. Jerry Nelson. Seatod: Miss Morton, Advisor; Richard Thomas, Rosie Gagliano. Gilbert Cof fen, Marilyn Hildebrand, George Borden, Wayne Nicholas, Donna Mae Rowo, Karol Peterson. Back Row: Frank McGuire, Donald Gruner, Eugene Clark, Floyd Schoonmaker, Jerry Baker, Richard Colby, Dennis Hodlin, Robert Huto. Doyle Seamore. Fifth Row: Sallie Johnston. Joan Hoffman, Helen Moody. Audrey Stodola, Barbara Parrott, Lois Nolson, Myrtle Gorham, Suzanne Emerson, Joan Me-Cartnoy. Fourth Row: Cecelia Cunha. Doris McDougall. Baibara Johnson, Virginia Carey, Evelyn Pastuska, Donna Schunoman, Louise Vaughan. Marilyn Berndt, Donna Foster. Third Row: John Hagberg, David McCarty, Glenn Ott, Harold Cousins, Tommy Sherman, Roger Yeakle, Ralph Turnbull, Marvin Blocmingdale. Second Row: Druscilla Herbert, Lucille Lanning, Charlotte Combs, Jaunita Roadette, Gary Wagner. Warren Gobor, Beverly Burdick. Marilyn Davis. Barbara Conover, Ruth Foldt. Seated: Dolores Hooker, Anna Smith, June Struvon, Shirley Stata, Vora Hol- lingbaugh, Lois Torgersen, Gloria Nickison, Kay Schlensker, and Mr. Young. Advisor. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE • BOTTOMha KLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Music Our music department has gained under Mr. Saarinen's able directing. It has furnished music many times during the year for various school activities. We hope they will continue to take part in musical activities next year. Brass Quartette James Miller Trumpet John Hagberg Baritone Charles Vaughan Trombone Robert Hazen Trumpet Girls' Sextet Back Row: Norma Ringle, alto; Lorna Hanebuth, second soprano; Betty Wilson, first soprano; Ruth Johnson, accompanist. First Row: Beverly Pilgrim, first soprano; Donna Peterson, alto; Judith Colombi, second soprano. NINETEEN HUNDKED AND FORTY-NINE • V f. SAAvinen Vt18 Girls Clnorus ail wo r K. 'Em ,Zwei, Orel, Spiel'." directs Herr tfftrveij• 11 A K L K M CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOI Girls' Chorus Back Row: Joanne Pooley, Loree Mace, Betty Wilson, Loma Hane-buth, Jeannine Fair, Thelma Danielson, Jeanne Schwenk, Eva Mae Roush, Joan Sawdey, Darlene Zumbro, Mary Doherty. Fourth Row: Barbara Parnham, Joyce Johnson, Joyce Bartlett, Norma Ringle, Delores Wood, Dorothy Cutler, Joan Conklin, Ruth Johnson, Beth Ann Williams, Joan Hoffman, Betty Seymour, Margaret Russ. Third Row: Bonnie Baldwin, Doretta York, Sharon Mitchell, Pat Stewart, Suzan Emerson, Virginia Carey, Joyce Madsen, Ollie Johnson, Donna Rowe, Doris York, Helen Moody, Marianne Andrew, Marilyn Taylor. Second Row: Nancy Steveson, Shirley Beach, Edith Strom, Sally Johnston, Alice Kampmeier, Martha Swanson, Carliene Reichstein, Beverly Nordmore, Ruth Shellcross, Sue Cartwright, Beverly Nif-fenegger, Judith Columbi. Betty Allbee. Karalyn Schenk. Front Row: Lois Torgersen, Verna Justin, Ruth Feldt, Druscilla Herbert, Donna Foster, Louise Vaughan, Doris McDougall, Marilyn Berndt, Beverly Stein, Charlotte Combs, Donna Peterson, Beverly Pilgrim, Mr. Saarinen, director. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINEHARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Orchestra Standing: Joyce Johnson, Marjorie Ades, Donna Peterson, Betty Allbee, Mr. Saarinen, Conductor; Sheryl Crawford, Donna Peterson, Bonnie Swanborg, Donald Hutchinson. Seated — Back row: Robert Hissong, Jerry Anderson. Louise Vaughan. Second Row: Carol Messimore, Gene Stufflebean, William Wilson, Richard Harvey, James Bender, Donald Bloyer, Kenneth Bryden. Back Row. Right: John Hagberg. Marianne Andrew. Keith Henley, Charles Vaughan. Second Row: Margaret Russ, Warren Gober, Dennis Johnson, Jack Willis. Front Row: Burdette Peterson, William Avery, Joan Conklin, James Miller, James Avery, Eugene Rogers, Robert Hazen. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE • _• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • G.A.A. Pledge “I promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls Athletic Association. By promoting interest in Athletics and the out-of-doors, by living so that I may be healthy and strong, by making good sportsmanship a constant factor in my conduct." Mrs. Turney............................... Advisor Eva Mae Roush.............................President Dorothy Husen........................Vice-President Arlene Houston ........................ Secretary Pat Palmer......................Assistant Secretary Carliene Reichstein.......................Treasurer To start out the year we had the rough and tough game of soccer. This was coached from the sidelines by Marilyn Taylor. This game is known for the bruised shins and broken toes resulting. We went into volley ball after soccer and as long as we had a short season of soccer Marilyn Taylor was appointed to be head of it also. Tired of soccer? Well, then, let's go for a hike. A well planned buddy hike was appreciated by all freshmen. Dorothy Cutler made the plans for all our outings. Yea! Winter is here and that means basketball. Teams were chosen and were ready to play. This is the most important game to the girls at Harlem. Vivian Larson was at the head of this. Did you get any spares or strikes? Let's ask Janice McCarty; she has all the records. We were rated fifth place in the telegraphic bowling tournament. Nice going, girls. Does anyone want to take a chance on broken arms, legs or their neck! Then let's go up on the stage and watch the tumblers. You will find Donna Peterson (Soph.) giving instructions up there. Strike 3. You're out! The baseball season has started, and Carliene Reichstein picks out the different teams we have to compete against. This pretty well brings the season to a close. The two main social events of the year was the initiation and the G.A.A. formal dance. The girls, of course, had to ask their escorts. The theme was the "Sweethearts Ball." It turned out to be a gay affair. At the end of each year the presentation of awards and the election of officers will be held. Then the new officers will carry on from where the old ones left off. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • G.A.A. TOP Back Row: Left to right — Marjorie Ades, Betty Wilson, Jeanne Schwenk, Evelyn Brown, Virginia Warner. Thelma Danielson, Jeannine Fair. Joan Skrodenis. Donna Peterson, Mary C. Doherty, Joan Pooley. Fifth Row: Patricia Palmer. Patricia Latta, Georgia Meyer. Gloria Clark, Jessie O'Donnell, Dorothy Cutler. Anna Timmerman, Dolores Wood. Joan Conklin, Betty Seymour. Donna Burdick. Fourth Row: Barbara Kimery, Patricia Fairclough, Doris York, Vivian Larson, Marianne Andrews. Joyce Madsen, Janice McCarthy, Margaret Reid. Joan Johnson. Sharon Mitchell. Third Row: Sue Cartwright, Beverly Niffenegger. Joan Barrie. Beverly Traff, Doretta York, Marilyn Taylor. Lois Cline. Patsy Peterson. Rhoda Strong. Second Row: Ruth Johnson, Marian Roberts, Edith Strom. Joan Stein, Beverly Pilgrim, Roberta Hassinger. Seated: Mrs. Turney, advisor, Arlene Houston. Eva Mae Roush, Dorothy Husen, Carliene Reichstein. BOTTOM Back Row: Joyce Bartlett, Beth Ann Williams, Janet Kinson. Sally Corrigan. Carol Ixirson, Darlene Zumbro, Eunice Anderson. Barbara Messinger, Joan Lindquist, Bonnie Swanborg, Carol Messi-more. Fifth Row: Bonnie Burdick, Ruth Shellcross, Martha Swanson, Sheryl Crawford. Joan Huffman, Suzanne Emerson, Ollie Johnston, Norma Ringle, Garnet Blosser, Helen Moody, Ruth Mead. Joyce Johnson. Fourth Row: Barbara Johnson. Judith Colombe, Shirley Ferguson. Virginia Carey, Alice Kampmier, Jacqueline Hallden, Beverly Nordmore, Marjorie Smith, Nancy Lucky. Marilyn Hildebrand. Joan McCartney, Sallie Johnston, Elaine Conover. Third Row: Alice Hoover. Betty Coffen, I-ois Gorham, Rosie Gagli-ano, Georgia Muchmore, Sue Cullimore, Verna Justice, Bonnie Baldwin. Donna Schuneman, Evelyn Pastuska. Margaret Russ, Jean Meyer, Karalyn Schenk. Second Row: Beverly Stein. Charlotte Combs. Barbara Conover. Louise Vaughan, Donna Foster, Marilyn Berndt. Druscilla Herbert. Juanita Readette, Beverly Burdick, Doris McDougall, Myrtle Gorham, Audrey Stadola, Shirley Beach, Alice Swenson. Seated: Dolores Hooker, Anna Smith. June Struven, Shirley Stata, Gloria Nichison. Donna Peterson. Nancy Stevens, Kay Schlensker, Ruth Feldt, Betty Allbee, Norma Mitchell. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Woodbutchers Back Row — Left to Right: Karol Peterson. Tommy Monigold. Gilbert Coffen. George Borden. Philip Ralston. Robert Phelps. John Nicholas. Jerry Ray. Russell McKisky. Harold Clark. Charles Epling. William Avery. Third Row: Floyd Schoonmaker. Eugene Clark, Richard Thomas. Richard Stevens. James Burton. Wayne Nicholas. Jerry Nelson. Allen Austin. Donald Hutchinson, Jack Elliott. Clifford Johnson. James Hall. Second Row: David McCarty. Harold Cousins. Donald Gruner, Frank McGuire. Richard Colby. Jerry Baker. Robert Hute, Doyle Seamore, Glenn Ott. Roger Yeakle. John Hagberg. Gary Wagner. Seated: Tommy Sherman. Donald Samp. Mr. Young. Advisor and Teacher; Russell Mackey. Dallas Johnson. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE r  HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Fire Patrol The Fire Patrol has an important place to fill during fire drills. This year the entire system had to be changed because the south door could not be used. The fact that the building was emptied quickly is a credit to Mr. Hovey, who charted the routes for the various rooms; the fire captains, who looked after open doors and windows; and the student body, who took the drills seriously. We passed inspection with flying colors. Back Row; Gene Readette. jerry Anderson. Eugene Rogers, Henry Anderson, David Abbott, Robert Buxton, Richard Peterson, Allen Edwards, Ray Rogers, William Ryerson. Fourth Row: Dennis Johnson, Richard McKern, Robert Phelps, John Fox, Gene I-arson, Rex Ferguson, Robert Brown, Tommy Tim-mis, Charles Epling. Third Row: Richard Roush, Franklin Herbert, Milton Evans, Richard Harvey, Warren I ayng, Robert Franklin, Dick Lamont, Karol Peterson. Doyle Seamore. Second Row: Ralph Turnbull. Thomas Sherman, Burdette Peterson, Russell Mackey, Pat Palmer, Joan Stein, Jack Elliott, Robert Schlensker, Ronald Board, Roger Yeakle. Seated: Jerry Schuneman, Charles Vaughan, Richard Brown, R. W. Hovey, Superintendent; Keith Henley. Jack Branning. William Straher. Student Council The Student Council of Harlem High School consists of twenty-one members representing the students from every home room and the major organizations of the school. The Council has endeavored to furnish the students with passes to be used at games. The card lists the name of student and his picture. Also included is the name of the president and the year valid. Two members of the Council are required to be in the office at the noon hour to answer the phone. A suggestion box has been made. Students are requested to place in it any suggestions for the improvement of the school in any way. The officers of the Student Council are as follows: President . T77............................Charles Vaughan Vice-President ..............................Edgar Johnson Secretary ....................................Dorothy Husen Treasurer.....................................Keith Henley Advisors.................... Miss Ingrassia and Mr. Williams Back Row: Eugene Clark, Gene Snyder. Allan Bjorkland, Robert Hazen, Dennis Johnson, Robert McCarthy, Joan Hoffman, Helen Moody. Second Row: Glen Turnbull. Tommy Timmis. Marilyn Taylor. Barbara Kimery, Richard Harvey. Jeannine Fair. Eva Mae Roush. Carliene Reichstein, Vivian I-arson. Seated: Keith Henley. Charles Vaughan, Edward Johnson, Dorothy Husen, Mr. Williams, Advisor. Miss Ingrassia, Advisor (not in picture). • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FOKTY-NINE •• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • The Conservation Club The Junior Conservation Club of Harlem High School, now in its second year, has thirty-five members. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Sontag, the organization has held monthly meetings at which wild life, soil erosion, and other subjects were discussed. At our first meeting. Bill Straher was elected president; Jeannine Fair, vice-president; Marilyn Taylor, secretary; and Carliene Reich-stein, treasurer. The club has been selling pencils with the name of the school printed on them to finance a field trip this spring. Back Row, Left to Right: Robert Franklin, Jack Branning, Eugene Rogers, Lawrence Bymaster. Robert Buxton. Keith Henley, Charles Bloomingdale, Richard Lamont. Third Row: Dorothy Cutler, Donna Burdick, Eva Mae Roush, Marjorie Ades, Betty Wilson, Jo Anne Pooley, Arlene Houston, JoAnn Skrodenis. Second Row: Barbara Kimery, Patricia Latta, Delores Wood. Jessie O'Donnell, Anna Timmerman. Betty Seymour. Sue Cartwright. Irma Joseph. Beverly Pilgrim. Front Row: Mr. Sontag, Sponsor; Marilyn Taylor. William Straher, Carliene Reichstein, Jeannine Fair. NINETEEN HUNDIIED AND FOKTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Spanish Club Miss Ingrassia has made it possible for the club to hear many interesting programs, such as the one given by Miss Joan Reese, a Rockford College Senior, who spent last summer in Soltillo, Mexico. She spoke and showed slides of Mexico. Our next speaker was Mrs. Xanten, who also spent last summer in Mexico. She supplemented her talk with many interesting souvenirs. Then came Miss Maurice Quandt, just returned from eighteen months of study in Europe. She spoke of Spain primarily. Our last speaker was Mrs. R. Spottswood who spoke on Mexico and likewise added interest to her talk with souvenirs. The highlight of the year was the Christmas program. In Mexican tradition the members of the club reenacted ’ Las Pasadas.'' the searching by Mary and Joseph for an inn. "Las Pasadas was followed by a dance and the breaking of "La Pinata," a decorated container tilled with candy. The Spanish Club includes all students taking Spanish. The object of the club is to acquaint the Spanish students with our South American neighbors. We owe much to the advisor for a successful year. Back Row: Neal Ricken, John Sontag, Jr., Richard Johnson, Jerrold Schuneman, Rocco Fiordelisi, Richard McKern, Edgar Johnson, Richard Roguski, Denton Bolton. Third Row: Bonnie Burdick. Sheryl Crawford, Bonnie Swanborg, Joan Lindquist, Sally Corrigan. Joyce Bartlett, Ruth Shellcross, Sue Cullimore. Second Row: Margaret Russ, Beverly Stein. Richard Day. Glen Turnbull, Gene Readette, Olive Hoffman. Joan Stein, Roberta Hassinger. Seated: Vivian Larson. Thelma Danielson. Dorothy Husen, Keith Henley, Tommy Timmis, William Ryerson. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE • • •«.HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Cheer Leaders VARSITY—Alice Hoover. Evelyn Pastuska, Betty Wilson. Dorothy Husen. and Judith Colombe. LIGHTWEIGHT—Janet Kinson. Bonnie Swanborg, Sally Corrigan, and Donna Schuneman. H Club Back Row: Robert Stulflebeam. Keith Henley, Henry Anderson. Rocco Fiordelisi, David Abbott. William Straher, Eugene Rogers. Warren Layng, and Robert Franklin. Second Row: Richard Lamont, Jack Branning, Charles Vaughan, Richard Hanson, Gene Larson, Richard Harvey, Denton Bolton, Gerald Joseph, and Ronald Board. Seated: Robert Buxton. Richard Brown, Jerrold Schuneman. and Mr. Peterson, Coach. Athletics To play a good game, one must train, learn to cooperate, and to win and lose. Our boys have been both losers and winners this year, and they are to be commended on their sportsmanlike deportment at all times. Friends and acquaintances forget in a short time whether you lost or won. but they will not forget how you played the game and how you lost or won. We are sure the experiences the boys had in working with each other and their coaches will help them to make proper adjustments in life. 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Played II teams and It times. fW'tno Houston will ploy With "F AOyheS this Summer Onl theiYmother's would fcnowl Tins is the latest mindi ndisGuise• HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • 1948 Varsity Football We They September 11 Aquin ........................ 0 0 17 Zion .......................... 0 29 25 South Beloit ................. 7 20 October 1 Amboy ............................. 8 33 8 Hononegah .....................7 14 16 St. Thomas ................... 0 39 29 Belvidere .................... 6 32 November 6 Marengo ...................... 0 21 1948 Lightweight Football We They September 11 Hononegah .................... 0 12 24 South Beloit ................ 21 0 October 4 Aquin ........................ 0 6 8 Hononegah .................... 7 0 16 St. Thomas .................. 21 0 29 Belvidere .................... 0 7 November 6 Marengo ...................... 6 6 • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Lightweight Basketball Team Back Row: Dallas Johnson, David McCarty, Tommy Sherman, Frank McGuire, Franklin Herbert, Donald Samp, Gerald Joseph. Second Row: LeRoy Meyer, Manager; James Miller, Chuck Epling, Richard Johnson, John Nicholas, John Fox, Robert McCarthy, John Martin, Coach. Seated: Robert Borden, James Avery, Jerry Anderson, Natali Trapani, Milton Evans, William Eau Claire, Richard Roush. Varsity Team Standing: Robert Hughes, Manager; Robert Stufflebeam. Richard Hansen. Robert Buxton. David Abbott. Virgil Adrian. Jerry Schuneman, Ray Rogers, Clyde Peterson, Coach. Front Row: Warren Gober, Manager; Ronald Board, Ronald Granath, Richard Brown, Jerry Faulkner, Charles Bloomingdale, Warren Layng. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •  • HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Frosh-Soph Basketball Date Played Day Who Played We They November 19 Burlington, Wis. 23 20 November 24 West Rockford 14 57 December 4 Durand 43 21 December 10 Aquin 25 30 December 11 Genoa 20 52 December 17 Kirkland 28 12 January 7 Burlington, Wis 24 29 January 8 Polo 36 20 January 14 Hononegah 42 30 January 15 St. Thomas 38 32 January 21 South Beloit 36 24 January 22 Genoa 29 39 January 28 Aquin 45 27 January 29 Mt. Morris 28 24 February 4 Kirkland 46 19 February 11 Belvidere 34 28 February 18 Hononegah 42 21 February 19 St. Thomas 31 42 February 25 South Beloit 43 28 February 26 Zion . 28 22 Wins, 14; Losses, 6. Varsity Basketball Date Played Day Who Played We They November 19 Burlington, Wis .... 23 22 November 24 West Rockford .... 35 54 December 4 Durand .... 58 24 December 10 Aquin 34 35 December 11 Genoa .... 29 43 December 17 Kirkland .... 35 46 December 22-23 Belvidere Tournament 28 50 January 7 Burlington, Wis .... 34 43 January 8 Polo .... 34 50 January 14 Hononegah .... . 40 21 January 15 St. Thomas .... 25 27 January 21 South Beloit 43 49 January 22 Genoa .... 40 41 January 28 Aquin .... 43 35 January 29 Mt. Morris . . . 49 37 February 4 Kirkland ... .... 25 34 February 11 Belvidere 36 56 February 18 Hononegah 55 31 February 19 St. Thomas . . . 46 45 February 25 South Beloit . 42 43 February 26 Zion 25 37 February 28 West Rockford . .. 28 63 Won, 8; Lost, 16. • NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •HARLEM CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL • Baseball With an increasing interest being shown in the sport of baseball, the Harlem athletic department decided to attempt to field a team. About twenty boys responded to the first call for candidates. Five conference games were scheduled as follows: April 5 April 12 April 19 April 26 May 3 at Hononegah at South Beloit . at Kirkland Genoa at Harlem Aquin at Harlem Although most of the squad is inexperienced, it is felt they will improve rapidly and prove worthy competition for any school they play. The following boys make up the squad: Lloyd Nordquist, Harold Combs. Natali Trapani, Charles Epling, Rocco Fiordilisi, David Abbott, Robert Border, Robert Stufflebeam, Walter Stenzel, Ray Rogers, Milton Evans. Duane Hovey, Warren Layng. Track On March 28. the call for Track candidates was issued with approximately fifty boys reporting for the first workout. Denton Bolton, Robert Stufflebeam, Richard Hanson, and Robert Franklin are the holdover lettermen from last year. Upon these boys will fall the major assignments in shaping up this year's track team. Many promising Sophomores and Juniors are reporting for their first year of track and should improve greatly before the end of the season. Our main goal for this season is to win the first track meet held by the SHARK Conference. At the time of printing the Harlem thinclads have participated in one meet, a triangular affair with Hononegah and South Beloit. The meet was won by Hononegah with Harlem a close second and South Beloit third. The Track schedule is as follows: April 14 — Hononegah and South Beloit at Rockton April 22 — Interclass meet at Harlem April 29 — South Beloit at Harlem May 7 — East Rockford Relays at Beyer Stadium May 11 — Shark Conference Meet at Beyer Stadium May 14 — District Meet at Beyer Stadium NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE •The Meteor extends its thanks to these business houses for their subscriptions: Allen’s Crockery Loves Park Florist American Cabinet Co. Loves Park Furniture American National Bank Loves Park Jewelry Annon's Royal Blue Loves Park Laundry Bean Shoe Service Loves Park Record Shop Berl Berry Loves Park Sporting Shop Bill Peterson Clothes Mangel’s Blue Star Foods, Inc. Mason’s Bredstein’s Master’s Shoe Co. Burdick’s Radio Service McAllister-Julian-Poorman Funeral Home Burpee-Wood Funeral Home Mid-City Stationers Buxton’s Variety Store Midwest Photo Laboratories Camlin, John H. Co. Miller-Patton Baking Co. Cantwell Hardware Modern Laundry Car-Pet-Line Store Mrs. Bartlett’s Bake Shop Central Dairy Mrs. Fisher’s Potato Chips Central Illinois Gas Electric Muller’s Dairy Chicago Motor Club Mutimer’s Recreation Center Christensen Funeral Home National Lock City-Wide Delivery National Tea Company Coca-Cola Bottling Co. North Tow-n Fuel Co. Colonial Bread Olson, Henry and Son, Monuments Colonial Grocery Owen’s Colonial Heating Parksidc Dry Goods Colonial Shop Parkside Food Mart Conklin, W. H., Insurance Patterson Lumber Co. Corey’s Sport Shop Peers Son, Jewelers Cubby Hole Perkins Oil Co. Dairy Queen Peterson Camera Shop Dusings D-X Phoenix Cleaners EIco Tool and Screw Corp. Pierce’s Studio Fly-Inn Drive-Inn Porter’s Drug Store General Electric Supply Co. Rapp Floor Company Gilbert Johnson, Architect Rockcote Paints Goerlitz-Becknell Co. Rockford Lumber and Fuel Hart Oil Co. Rockford Mattress Company Hedrick Electric Co. Rockford Printing Supply Co. Hi-way Grocery Rcxall Drugs Hotel Lafayette Rocky Dempsey Hough and Burknian Rowland Pharmacy Illinois National Bank Trust Schleicher, Dr. R. F. Illinois Printing Service Skandia Hardware Jackson, E. H. Stuckey’s Style Shop Jackson-Keye, Inc. Sunshine Cleaners Josten’s Superior Plating Co. Johnson Appliance Co. The New State Theatre Johnson Burke The Door Lentz Pharmacy The Park Theatre Lindquist, C. 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