Jersey Community High School - J Yearbook (Jerseyville, IL)
- Class of 1945
Page 1 of 120
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1945 volume:
Traveled To Greenfield
Thursday For Second
Team W L T Pct.
Pittsfield ..... 1 0 0 1,000
Wincheeter .... V1 0 0 1,000
JERSEYVILLE 0 0 1 1,000
Roodhouse .... 0 O 1 1,000
White Hall .... 0 1 0 .000
Greenfield ..... 0 1 0 .000
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GAMES THIS WEEK
Jerseyville at Greenfield
Winchester at Carrollton
Pittsfield at White Hall
Pleasant Hill at Roodhouse
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Thursday night, October 12, the
Jersey Township High School foot-
ball team will be host to the Car-
Hawks at th aschool
, rw znepartmegocatlonal
1 banquet, March, 28 ie annual f Won I-1
- T. H. S. "60" Club banquet ?0u1try J Sefffonal
30, Good Friday, no School lllker Hmudglng com
3, Senior Dance, April 5 Three tr Saturday
Day for Teachers, n gCompan.eamS fr-Om'
April 6, East St. Loui fructo, fed by Fred
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10, Junior Playg April 12 Schnilggfhthe evggfl,
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prom and banquet, May 25 U was nors in .
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Ona, Q--f e - 2 i earbook of the. Jersey Township
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. L3l'1'0llt0I'l L3,St The polio 'J t,Ac'f1I0N IN 'SPORTS nnounced this week and are as
U k. ll sports .,ctiv,':'ff'f3l1.1ne in Jerseyville has stopped comple ollowsg Patsy Howell, editor-in-
,lnp .L X st week .I du y until October No league bowling took pl lnefg Doris Medford, administra-
'lly ville won its first game 0 Jemevllsl as there are no pm boys on hand the owners off 9dlt0l'S -121110 and Jean S'tal'll'9Y,
ce expanse of Carlinvmc but I . , e owling Alley have decided to close the do enior editors, Dorothy Campbell,
fn, H rdin 50-30 Thu'I'Sday mil the quarantine is lifted. ' unior editorg Dorothy Lanham,
ld nd garrollton 36 to 26 Fri- Jersey Township High School officials have cancelled Ophomore editor: Betty Hutchin.
- arrulhon, yyhite Hall and Winchester fm on, freshman editor, Sue Brurrg
, . . rtball games. All th ..
. it i t amps yygrc ongmany scheduled for the' I f. I .K n let and Homer Dolan, art edr-,
- n The Victory C - I1 l eyville showing 3 lot of pmmiqe is th 'UUE' VIC d a d with J orsg Clyde Powderly amd Paul
- ' tould hav V . n eir irst two games t ' Jory, sports editorsg Kenneth Botai
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I Panthers - 1ii,- 'leasfm1 llill and p-u.f- ldcrow S or 'heso engagements. 0 lmfD0nalS1 Bootty, Dorothy Foyer-fi
Tuesday , Q th games are U. lv 5,19 are left on the Panther Schedule I bend, and Imogene Isringhausen'
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BANQUET AT I'l0TEL
The annual "GO Club" banquet
and dance of the Jersey Township
High School was held Wednesday
evening, March 28, at six-thirty
o'clock at the Jersey Hotel in this
city. Covers were laid for one
hundred and one guests.
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Covers were arranged for forty
guests at the annual Pan-American
fiesta held in the music room at
the Jersey Township High School
on Thursday evening, March 15.
The banquet was given by the
Pan-American League for its
members and a few guests.
Jonquils gay fiesta napkins and
cactus leaflets were used in the
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Schools Dismissed Until
October 30. State Police
To Assist In 'Enforce-
ment Of Regulations.
Quarantine regulations affect-
ing all students under the juris-
diction of Jerseyville city schools,
all pre-school children and young
people under the age of twenty-
one were adopted Wednesday, Oc-
toder 11, in an effort to stop an
outbreak off infantile paralysis
tpoliomyelitisj in this community.
an students of the Jersey Town-
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Published by the Class of 1945
under the direction of
the "I" Staff
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INFORMALITY IS THE KEYNOTE
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To plow is to pray-to plant is to prophesy
and the harvest answers and fulfills."
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Doris cmd Dorothy Richey Icme cmd Iecm Stanley
E T R E A D S Peggy and Teddy Shortcll
Belvcx cmd Elvcr Feyercbend Icry cmd Ierry Kramer
CHOOI F NS WORK
A School.Yec1r Is Made Up of Little Things
We remember the school dances and
Bio Sisterjlsittle Sister partieswfthe candy
and hotfdog sales in the main hallway
carried on by our various clubsmf-the
plays by the dramatic club and the two
all important class plays senior gradu-
cition with all of its seriousness fsolemn
processionl thc assemblies, pep ses-
sions, and band practices which relieved
the monotony of the ciirriciilum and, of
course, that never failina interest in the
opposite sex-W especially when the opf
posito sex responds.
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Uconsider that I labored not for myself only
but for all them that seek learningf,
"MARCH OF TIME" T J.T.H.S.
5. What a day! The unmentionable joys of
trekking back to school and seeing all
those sun-tanned kids.
6. Freshmen Day-They came today and
began- to find their way around. Oh,
well! They'1l learn.
7. All except Freshmen came today. And
would you believe it! We found out things
we never had known in all those previous
8. Seniors elect class officers. Again, Peggy
Shortal was chosen "leader for the year."
Good luck, Peg.
12. luniors elect class officers.
14. Aowakiya Camp Fire organized today
under Miss Newcomb's leadership.
15. Senior girls choose "Little Sisters." What
a responsibility! What fun! Sophomores
elect their class officers.
19. Freshmen elect class officers.
19. U60 Club" elects Pat Gibbons for its presi-
dent. lsn't it wonderful what the Irish
20. Ahern! That's us! Finally had to look
presentable. Senior and Iunior pictures
taken today and tomorrow.
23. First football game and with Western Mili-
25. Big Sister-Little Sister Party in the Gym.
Can Irene Cuellar dance? Whe-
29. Football game with Roodhouse . . . 7-7
. . . A thriller!
5. Football-1. T. H. S. 16, Greenfield 6. ARE
we good! We say so.
8. Betty Hutchinson ill at Presbyterian Party.
9. Betty's case pronounced polio. All Pres-
byterians trek homeward from school.
10. Iohnnie Wimmersberg is taken to hospital
. . . polio again! Such excitement at
1. T. H. S.
ll. Will we be excused from school? Will we
be auarantined? Yes, we will. Goody!
12-30. Oh! lt's not so much fun . . . Those
long days and nights. What could ler-
seyville have done without telephones?
30. 1sn't school wonderful?
Who says so?
Wesall say sol! "Rah! Rah!! Rah!!! 1. T.
31. Tut tut, Halloweeners, we warned you!
Never, never, never tamper with Uncle
Sam's Mail Boxes.
l. Both Camp Fires have a hike and picnic!
We never knew before the priceless worth
of companionship. At least we learned
that much from the quarantine.
3. Football game at Pittsfield.
4. Mrs. Searls, Patsy Howell, Esther Lynn,
and Harold Beach study year books at the
U. of 1. Kenny Beach became a contribut-
ing member of this 'committee, too. ls
our "I" cover and text going to be good!
Wait'll you see!
7. Candidates for Carnival queen are
8. Queen Candidates cause real excitement.
Seniors in the lead . . . Sophomores next.
9. Seniors only seventy-five votes ahead.
10. Football game with Plainview: Ierseyville
13. Senior Carnival. "Right this way, friends,
to see a real show!" . . . Doris Bray is
crowned "Queen of the Carnival". For
three years now the "Class of l945" has
furnished the Queen. 'Rah for us!
14. Football game in Winchester. We won
16. Rex Hogan, former Alton High teacher
and now a returned war veteran, spoke
to us about Australia and sang their songs
for us. We really liked him.
17. Iunior Fall Frolic. Did you see those Pil-
20. Football game with White Hall.
23. Dear Old Thanksgiving Day!
24. Recovering from Thanksgiving.
30. Basketball game with Shipman.
l. Peggy starts her Christmas shopping.
Teddy follows her example. We played
basketball with Alton.
4. Basketball game with Winchester.
7. Aowakiya Camp Fire aave an assembly
program in memory of Pearl Harbor. We
lost by one point a basketball game to
White Hall. .
11. Iohnnie Wimmersberg returned to school
today. Welcome back, Iohnnie.
12. Camp Fire Girls make stuffed animals for
14. Played Hardin in basketball.
15. Played basketball with our old rival, Car-
rollton. What a game!
17. The Annual Christmas Cantata, "The
Prince of Peace is Born" was presented by
Vocal Music Department of our high
school. We liked it all . . . especially
the speaking parts Miss Orr' had Written
for the occasion.
19. Watanopa Camp Fire Ceremonial.
20. Camp Fire Girls' Christmas Party. .- .
22. Christmas Vacation-1sn't Santa a grand
old man? A
1. Little "l945" '
2. School again. Kinda glad to get back.
Believe it or not.
4. Home basketball game with Winchester.
9. U60 Club" Dance. On the dance floor the
football hero is a hero still.
11. We play Greenfield there.
13. Grafton plays host to our basketball team.
16-19. Exams. Oh, woe! Oh, woe! is me!
16-20. Winchester tournament.
BQARD QF EDUCATION
"lt is one of the most beautiful cornpensations of
this life, that no man can sincerely try to help an-
other Without helping himself."
Austin Cope .....,.........,.i ....... P resident
Charles Stanley .i.. ,,... V ice President
Iohn W. Suddes ....... .......... S ecretary
Oliver St. Peters Tell Solander
Richard Voorhees Frank Miller
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FRANK H. MARKMAN
"An investment in knowledge always pays the best
McKendree College, BA.
University of Colorado, MA.
University of Southern California
C U L T Y
Louis Newton Heider
"Science when well digested is nothing but good sense
Southeast Missouri State T1-aclifzs Collvae ll S llmvcrnity
ol Iowa, Umverstty of lllrnc-is
Irene T. Schmidt
"Ol gentle soule. to human race a friend."
Sluxrtlett Colleile Ali
Esther Cox Searls
"A pertect woman. nobly planned.
To warn. to comtort. and command."
Wheaton Colleaf-, BA: Umversltn' nt ll:-nr.::vlvama, MA
Indiana Unlversmty, Unxversuy of Volowitlo
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Dorothy M. Bandy l lf. 'V lr
"A highbrow is the kind ot person who looks at a sausage
and thinks of Picasso."
lllmots State Normal Umverszfz' F lfdl llntvffztcntu' rel Volo-
rado llnxvfrscrfjf of lllznms
"Gentle ot speech. beneticent ol mind."
llmvevsmty ot Mtssogrt RA 'W-xs?zux1"'r. llvtvvf-':.1t': M A
Unlvorsrty of 'vV1sr'cr1Sm Sfc'l'oru1v l"r',.. llruvf-'::1tj.' of
Oklahoma l.7r11'c+'S3f'. rf lJl:r1nwSo'a Mvfltll llrlzvfufztty
William I. Creamer
"Fight the good tight."
Soutlwwvn lllumogs State .-orrlal llxttvf-r:e1t',' ll1uvm:z1t',' of
llltnols, B S
Claude S. Smith lf , 'f Il ' li I I
"Music, Maestro, please."
Colorado State Colleae, Dodge City Sclrool of Mums Mac
Murray College Private lnstructowi Clark llvntlrvlc llmxvf-r
Carl I5 Carson, Ft Collins
"Find the square root ol a negative number."
Washington Untversug' BS M A Mmsouzl llruw-:stty
Nellie Pearl Brown
"Get your word-make it make cents."
llllnots State No'rnal llntversltv Gr'-13 Sclwfwl Vlufaqo
Gem City Business Coll'-an
Edna L. Swope
Does she teach clothing? lt seams sew.
Southwest Mtssourt Teacrrers' Collect- ll S
Colleqe, Nashville, Tenn MA
Her days are "booked" in advance
Illinois State Normal University Blfi
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Fred V. Peter
"It's but little good you'll do. watering last year's crops."
Umversrty ol Mrssorrrr, BS rn Agp Unrversrt t lllrnois,
Vema N. Woodman
"Right hand man."
Her attendance slips read. "All present--eventually."
lllrnors: College, AB, lllrnors State Normal, Unrversrty ol
She'a the "type" tor our school spirit.
lllrnors State Normal, Unrversrty ot lllrnors, B S,
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She loves "mo-so" ,
lllrnors S'ate Normal Unrverl ty, B S 'N 5
Mary Lou tDavisonl Clinton
"The !leet's int"
Sotrtlrr-rn lllinors State Normal Unrversrty, BS
Mary Eleanore Metz
Can anyone explain, "Ontoqeny recapitulates phylogeny?"
Fairmont Colleqe, BA: Iowa State College
"For she can so intorm the mind that is within us."
Monmouth College, BS.: Western lllrnors State Teachers'
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Raymond I. Bersche
"The secret of education lies in understanding the pupil."
Waslrrnqton Unrversrty, A B Urrrversrty ot Wrsconsrrr, M A
Ruth Ann Orr
"All the world's a stage."
lllrnors State Normal Unrversrty, BS, L . F. Ernest Tuthill -
A "solid" sender. but a "plane" pilot, too. '
Southern lllrnors State Normal University, B Ed: Unrversrty K ' :X
ol lllrnors, M.A. F I Q- Y
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By careful survey we found out thot Seniors ore the most studious, most aggressive,
most talented, have the best personality, and thus ore most deserving of this highest honor
for so it soy: herel.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Vice President-Wayne Campbell
Treasurer-Doris lean Cope
Sponsors-Esther Searls, F, Ernest Tuthill
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SENIOR HCNCR ROLL
Dorothy Campbell Aubrey Montgomery
Geraldine Cates Ada Shaw
Doris lean Cope lane Stanley
Doris Medford Margaret Shortal
Wayne Campbell Betty Bohlfing
Mamie Fraley Lorraine Schweickhardt
Kenneth Boram Dorothy Lanham
Patsy Howell lean Stanley
Iocole Bagley Dorothy Feyerabend
Imogene lsringhausen Richard Long
Doris Fessler lohn Cornelius
Pat Gibbons Betty Willis
Sue Brummett Mary Holland
Homer Dolan Regina Buyle
lean Allen Frenchie Her giggle Hot fudge sundaes Her diet Secretary
Eunice Ansell Eunie A locket Her sewing Dancing An artist
Fred Armstrong Armstrong His height Ioining the Navy Math A hero
loseph Bagley Ioe His baritone voice Making "A's" His fifth hour class!? A doctor
Kenneth Beach Kenny Friendliness The U. of I. Studying Too hard A dentist
Donald Beatty Don A beautiful blush Reckless driving Farming A ping pong champion
Kenneth Boram Kenney Distinguished appearance His Model A Losing a ping pong game A doctor
Doris Bray Dory Blond and demure A basketball wizard Speed tests A shorthand teacher?l
Thelma Briggs Briggs Curly hair Being a telephone operator Plaid shirts Somebody's sweetheart
Sue Brummett Susie Her grin Her baby brother The Man Shortage An artist
Dorothy Campbell Dot Clean saddles Horseback riding Frank Sinatra A debutante
Wayne Campbell Red Freckles Marilyn Cicero A movie star
Geraldine Cates Gerry Good-natured Science ' Cats Technical Engineer
Hayden Cooke Cookie Wolf whistle Flirting Working Something different
Doris lean Cope Copie Soprano voice Living up to her nicknames Having to go home early An opera star
Marcella Cope Brains Unhurried and undecided Detroit! litterbuggin' To be idle
lohn Cornelius Iohn Bill Ability to study Farming Girls A bachelor
Paul I. Cory P. I. Full of pep Football A Making speeches Mayor of Grafton
Iames Creamer lim Long stride K. P. fKeep Peelin'l Leaving I. T. H. S. A football hero
Q, Kenneth Croxford Kenny Dreamy ldleness Exerting energy A winder of electric clocks
N ', Homer, Dolan Dolan Cultured , Pleasing teachers Missing a question An engineer
' -Kenneth Eads Kenny Slow and easy goin' Noon hours World History A famous snorer
Iohn Ferenbach lack' ' Indifference lean Saturday nights A hitchhiker
Donald Fessler Don His quiet attitude Washing dishes English literature A tennis player
Doris Fessler Fessler Her sweet nature Bicycle riding Riding the school bu Navy nurse
Dorothy Feyerabend Dot Her wardrobe Box of candy Walking to school A radio technician
Lila Fraley 1 Fraley Her blondness Her sister Writing letters A farmer's wife
Mamie Fraley Mamie Dependability Books Waiting for anyone A teacher
Patrick Gibbons Pat His whiskers Arguing Themes A henpecked husband
, Doris lean Gier Bugs Gay spirits Hauling kids around town Flirting A sign painter
Anna Gfreeling Ann Her small foot size Gerry lce skating A bride
Betty Iune Gross Red Her wide grin A certain senior Being called "Pinky" A soda jerk
Frank Hagen, Ir. Frank Tall and serious The Navy Icy roads A horse doctor
Robert Hardwick Bob His dry wit Teasing Freshies Being serious A Carpenter
Eva Herring Schanz Ev Shyness Receiving letters Foolishness A nurse
Mary Holland Honey Her personality Her brothers Her temper A Representative to Mexico
Patricia Howell Pat Very independent Who is he? Football games A newspaper corresponden
Gerald Howell Ierry His athletic ability The Marines The Army A scholar
Betty Hutchinson Betsy Expressive eyes Keith McClusky A farmer's wife
Imogene Isringhausen lmo Her black tresses Variety in beaus Gas rationing A music teacher
icia Iune Kadell Pat Short and sweet Kenny Arguing A private secretary
Gladys Kanallakan Twinkie Big eyes Doris Iean No letters A student nurse
Iames Kanallakan Iim Wise cracks Iersey Theater World history tests A milkman
Marjorie Kessenger Tommie Petite Roy Living in the country Stewardess
William Kibler Bill The modern Romeo The opposite sex Murder mysteries Man of leisure
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Geraldine Kiel Gerry Daydreaming A Godfrey fellow Walking A champion swimmer
l9G1'1 L-O1'1dOI'1 leanie Her perfect manners Monticello Dentists A great lady
Dorothy Lanham Dot Her fair complexion Selling shoes Peoole without shoe stamps Keeping up with Miss Browns
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Betty Martin Bet Her dimple Class second hour Staying home A school teacher
Doris Medford Doris Past talker Shorthand Waltzes A comedienne
Aubrey Montgomery Aubrey Seriousness Straight "A's' Idle time An engineer
Gene Murphy Murf Burr hair cut The basket-ball season Skipping school A scientific farmer
Harry Nelson Nelson His track ability Agriculture Getting a good night s sleep A swami
Clyde Powderly Butch His build A Freshman girl Teasing girls A strong man in a circus
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Ada Mae Shaw
"The only way to have a triend
is to be one." Home Ec Club
l, 2, 3, Style Show 1, 2, 3, Ag
Banquet Waitress 1, 2, 3.
"A very careful student-care-
ful not to overdo it." F. F. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Iudging
Team 3, F. F. A. Style Show 3,
Glee Club 2, "I" Staff 4.
"A success in everything she
does." Home Ec Club l, 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, Ag
Banquet Waitress 2, 3, 4, "6O"
Club 2, 3, 4: Pan American
Banquet Waitress 2, Queen
Crowning Committee 4.
"It l can sleep and pau. why
"I like work-it lalcinatel me.
I can nit and look at it lor
Eva Herring fsChQhl,
"l'd rather listen than talk."
Banquet Waitress 2: Pan Amer-
ican League 4: Cantata 4.
"Why rush through lite? You
never get out alive." Track 3:
F. F. A. l, Z, 3, 4.
"A little quiet. a little lhy, C
little girl, not no hiqh." Pan
American League 4.
"The senior's gilt to the
it tu. t . Ht' ll
girls." Spwrmnlu f'l11lw ,l
lltt n llr ll rm 'Z Ir uk l
Stal? 41 Vltrfarz lll-rv ll Part
tual: lltry lltmrt-1trx fl
Betty Iune Gross
"Always in the red" llomv lc
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litmqm-t Wtrltu-:an if lv S: limi
qu:-I Wmlrt-:1:1 2
could call him a quiet
but we know him too
well." lwwtlwtrll l, ll, Il 4, l.1-t
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. A tx-gt-ax'-1 lmltrmrl 11
"This miss with skin so lair is
also blessed with curly
Lu. A A .l, fwtl flulv Z, 3
"Not only good, but good lor
something." Flass Pmsltlvnt l,
.l -1 Llasfs Vtcw Prosldvnt 2,
Vtzrxpttrv l .' ll -1 Se-czotary 45
l.r'1:. "l .lt il R Secretary 3,
th-1 " .lt l
"One ol our most popular up-
per classmen. with the ladies.
too. incidentally." Football fl,
1 llnzk-Ktlmll 3 -1 Track fl, 4
l' l' A l ll R .l, Vive Prom
.lwul fl pvmzldertt 4' F. F. A,
Sgt--tkm if llauqtu-t Wa1tm'3, fl
Doris lean Spriggs
"The better you know her. the
better you like her." Glow Club
l ll'-"t.:1 -1 "t1r1lata -1 Hart
q .Y-' Waitress 2 Latin Club
.l 'Trmvtrl Fommtttee 4. A
"Always happy and gay am l,
worries kill men. why die?"
Glu' fflub l, Chorus l, 3, 4g
Latm fflulw Ll 3, 115 Band l, 2,
ll 41 "I" Stall 4: Cantata 3, 4,
till' Vlub l Class Play Il,
lkrttxtrtxt' Vlurl' Play 4
Q I l ,
'lx g .. z
hi' :X 1 I'
lw 3:0 .':s
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"Courteous, sweet. extremely
neat. a nicer girl you'Il never
meet." llama Fc Club 4 Pan
Ams-:icon League 4.
"I wanted to be a chemist un-
til I took Chemistry." Bond l
Stott 4, F l' A ludama Tflcm
Q Banquet Waiter 3 lxzmor Play
Committee fl Bc1cCr1ln:,'1r1'-
"Away from books, let's have
some fun." "l" Stott 4: Clic-'..1
l, Glare Club l VU' 'fqzlo
"lt is such a bore to be a
"A gay smile plus a happy
personality equals Paul." Foot-
lfnll 4- F F. A -t 'l" Stall 4:
Foxkotlwill 4 'lltfiflt fl
ulnseparahle-Pat and the UI".
Fermi l 7 3 -1 Cnnuptxm l 2,
7 -1 Lfitm Vltzlv l, 2 llciccfi-
ki .rf-nfv Uslzvz fl ' l ' lftiitm 11,
fl ous l 'Nl' fflulw I D' fl,
" Sr Fmxqt.--2 Wmt:-ware 2' Pun
Ariwicnri l.:-n-Tivf +1
"The good die young. I leel
grand." Spanish fflutw fl "FAU"
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lab l, 'l Frm. 7 1 , l A
matic fflnb 4 Claszs Play R, fl.
Betty Lee Rohlfing
"Though little in stature. my
words are mighty." Cmuptim 1,
2, 3 4, Proswlvnt 4, Latin Club
l 2 3 linntl l "I" Stntt 4,
'till' Club l, 2, 3, 4: lltiriquvt
'Wmtrwssz 2 fumme-nm-inf-vit
Usher 3, Ccintata l,
"Ev must love tho mailmu sho
writes so many letters." pan-
ish Club 3, "6U" Clu 3:
"I" Stat! 4.
"Who's the cutest boy in school
and why arn l?"
"Lilo is short. Why spsnd it in -' - ,
study?" Chorus l, 2. Jjcllio 'ndg anxlix ol hgh'
' zjjnice Ansell
E 5 lub 1, 2:
,Chorus l, 3, 4, " Clu'b l,
c ub A
Vl'lome lf , . . A. 2:
yt' Cantda I, 2, 3, '
J .x ,' K5 5
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Betty Martin l X IosePh c.' Bag! Y
"Sho thought hsrsoli a man "Bam with q mn, -- can in
hater. hut finds horsol! slip-
ping." G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Music
Festival 2: Glee Club 2: Can-
tata 2: Secretary, Dramatic
Club 3: ul" Stail 4.
'Triond ol the pooplo Qprohr-
ably Iomalol." Basketball 2, 3,
4: Football 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4,
Track 3, 4: Class Play 3: Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club
2, 3, 4: Pan American League 4.
his mouth." Band l, , 3, 45,
Chorus l, 2: "l" Staff 4: Latin
Club l, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2,1
3, Glee Club l: Class Preli-
dent l. 1
.. ' '
iff' S l ' ,
Lila Fraley -
"ll nocoslary. I will speak."
"Prom" Decoration Committee
3: Pan American League 4: "SO"
Club 2, 3, x
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"When there is nothing else to
do. I study." Football 2: Bas-
ketball l: Glee Club 2.
"lf it's cute. she said it." "I"
Staff 4: Spanish Club 2, 3:
Campfire l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4: UI" Clipper l:
Class Play 3, 4: "GO" Club I, 2,
3, 4: Pan American League,
"lt's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice." Home
Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A.
Waitress 1, 2, 3, 4, Banquet
"Now we see why gentlemen
prefer blondes." Chorus 1, 2:
Glee Club 1, 2: Campfire 4:
Carnival Queen 3: Cantata 1,
Z' "I" Staff 4.
"li every good deed were a
cent, she would he a million-
aire." "I" Staff 4: Class Sec-
retary 1: Class Treasurer 3:
Campfire 3, 4: Cheerleader 3,
4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Latin
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3:
Pan American League 3, 4.
l .' 1
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Patsy Iune Kadellw
"I would not, if l could. be
still a minute." "BO" Club 2,
Dramatic Club 2: "I" Staff 4:
"Speech is great. Silence is
greater." Home Ec Club l, 2,
3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: P, F. A.
anquet Waitress 2: orus! -
"I" Staff 4. 1 'ki
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1 I ' X
"Basketball is his sport-Wo-
men his interest." Basketball 4:
Football 4, Track 4.
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ll 5,5045 Mfeafo .f Donald sem
"I like le 1241: las! because I "I-ess te hirn are no worry
can may mere." llomeJfc Club HIS Y Wish I8 G' 3215-H
l, 2, ll, 4, Heporter 2, rvsldvnl ,
4: G. A AJZ, 3,45 HL'-sf 114, 1 ,
cum: l,A1 LUG!
lean sm Lorraiho Schwejclchardt
"She stepped out o a dream." 'You "iWaY5,'hink FP55 df' 'P
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, spanish Clulv X219 bu' Shes 'M Hofqe fc
2, 3, czqmpmc 1, 2, "eo" Club , lv J: Band 2. 354- ' ff
l, Ql, 3, 4: BCICCGLllCIllll?C!l0 Uslx f' l f f.
Q-r 3 Pun AlYlCl'lCill'l Lvuque Al l' x . 1
"I" Stull fl 'J f
f N f'
JR l I
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f 1 a
I S .1 lv- Doris Iean Gier
Q ey I "A smile. a Hash and she is
"Tho wa o man's earl." gone." Home Er: Club l, 2
Fond l 2, 3, , Spa lx Club 4: Glvc Club lp "l" Stull fl
2, 3, Cczmphre 1. LZ, lil" Club Pan American League 4: "BU
l, 2, Bcxccuul cctv U::l1 Club 1, 2 Banquet Wcxltress 2
er 3, AIIFICGY Looquc 4.
"I" Slnll 4.
T , r
John C0l'l19lil-IS Geraldine Cates
"OPC of 9'-If quid f'59W9d "Whatever if is. she does it
seniors who adds much needed wen."
dignily to our class." "I" Stoll
"Who says this lad is mis-
chievous? We say. 'He'! ll-ll'
tull ot tun'." Football 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 45 Track 2, 3 4 ' 90'
Club 3, 4, Vice President 4'
.Maxine Wock -' A
"The worst tault I have is to
be in love." Latin Club l,
"He intends to be the most
prosperous tarmer that ever
straddled a milk stool." F F.
A 4: Carnival Committee 4.
"She seems very shy 'till you
know her." Home Ec Club l,
2, 3, 4g Ir. Sr Banquet Wai-
tress 2: F F A Waitress 2,
3, 4g Cantata l, 4, G A A 3.
Pan American Leaque 4
"lt all the girls were as nice
as you." Home llc Club l, 2,
3 4, Aa Banquet Waitress l,
2, 3, 4 Pan American Ban-
quet Wattress 2
"A blonde. handsome senior-
certain dynamite to young
ladies hearts." "I" Statt ftp
Latin Club 3 4, Carnival Queen
Escort 3, Play Committee 3:
Baccaulaureate Usher 3, Ir
Prom Committee 3
-v-Ar lcd YG.
fs.. . J
"A lair exterior is a silent
recommendation." H o m e E c
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American
League 4, "SU" Club lp Wai-
tress at Ag Banquet l, 2: "Y"
Staff 4, Ir Sr Banquet Waitress
V'-fl' ' '
"My idea ot an agreeable per-
son is cr person who agrees
"H blulh il beautiful, but often
inconvenient." Band l, 2, 3, 4
"I" Stall 4, Chorus l, 3, "SO"
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, l'harnattc Club
3' lr. Sr Hanquvl Wattrvss 2
Cantata l, 3, 4
Dorothy lean Feyerabend
"Sho dresses like a fashion
mannequinf' Han-i l, 2, 3, 4
Chorus l, 3, Carnphru l, 2, 3,
4, Latin Club 1, "I" Stall -1'
Pan American Lt-aauv 4: Bac-
calaurvato llslurr 3, Will" Club
l, 2, 3, 4
"Bolieval that lilonce is worle
than death." Class Secretary 4,
Class Treasurer 1: Camphrv l
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 25 Car-
nival Oueen ZZ, Iunror Play 3,
?.3A4 A. 2: "GU" Club l
"A Grafton lad-uml-not
badl" Football 2, 3, 4, Letter'
man 3, 4, Track 3, 4, "BU"
Club 2, 3, 4,
"Our loss, the army's gain.
How's K. P. lim?" Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Basketball , ', ., I
Track l 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4.
"The 'gal' our class chose to
be its queen, with our Bobby
Shaw nhe's often seen." Camp
hre 3 4, Class Secretary 2,
Cantata l, Nl" Stall 4: ll Sr
Prom Committee 3, Carnival
Qut-on 4 x
t A J
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L. t '
f b Dorfs leqn. Copa! ,
shes r nl. thou 'tfx tru
her vo a boauti sound
Home lub l, 2, 3, 45 C2 -
fire l, 2,'3x4, Rand l, 2, , 4,
Class Tre!! ure: 2, 4: Dra tic
Club 2, I, Banq et and rom
Committee Ag ltd uet at-
tress l, 2 Glass PIGT4
'Tlfhs are diet uiet ,
"Always popular Cl a music-
ian. in the band lho's a super
addition." Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Camphre l,
2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
"I" Stall 4, Pan American Lea-
que 4, Dramatic Club 4, Class
Play 3, 4.
fi F I
n 4 5
. 3, :Pri
f' 'Nt '
"All great men are dying. l
don't leel well myself."
i'l"2 Sgalfli 4: Football 4, Track
"A good scholar and a perlect
lady." Pan American League
4: "SU" Club 2, 3, lr. Sr Pom
3' . 1'
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"Our 'all 'round guy' hal a
love lor speed. even though
there is no need." Football 3,
4: Track 2, 3, 4: Basketball 4:
"I" Stall 4: Class Play 3, 4,
Chorus 1, "BO" Club 3, 4.
Mary Io Wade
"Oh, what a quiet girl, or
don't we know her?" Can-
tata 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3:
Chorus 3, 4: Style Show 1:
Home Ec Club l, 2,, 3, 4: Pan
American League 4: Carnival
Committee 4. ' -
"The debate'l the thing."
Spanish Club l, 2: Band l, 2:
Ml" Stall 4: Campfire l, 2, 3,
4, Pan American League 3, 4:
Leaaue Treasurer 3, Class Play
4 If ,X
F I .
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"Goodness gracious! How you
do go on."
"You may not hear her, but
you know lhe'l there." Home
Ec Club l, 2, 3, 4: Pan Amer-
ican League 3, 4: FFA. Wait-
ress 3, Latin Club 1
"One ear heard it. and llll
other-out it went!" "I" Stall
4: Banquet Wait.ess 2.
,"A lion among the ladies. he
loves but one--at a time."
Latin Club l, 2, 3: Band l, 2,
3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3: F. F.
A. l, F. F. A. Speaker l.
'Always bubbling over with ioy
s this jolly country boy."
"Quietness is a lactor of suc-
cess." Sparuslx Club 2, 3, Lat
in Club l, 2, "fill" Club l, 2, 3,
Pan American LL-aqua 2, 3
Pxcsiclt-ut 3, Cantata l, Class
Play 3, Suu-use Club 4, Bicycle
"I stand on the brink ol a
great career. won't somebody
push me oil?" Latin Club l
2, Band 1, 2, 3, "SU" Club l,
Edna Mae Powers
"Give us that secret about the
dimple denter. Edna." G A
A, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3
'SUN Club l, 2, 3.
"Silence is golden. but some-
times I speak." Band 1, 2, 3,
' Home llc l, Pan American
ltaauo 4 "SU" Club 2, 3,
"Il everyone were as loud as
he, school a quiet place would
be." 'FU' Club l, 2, 3, 4
"That indolent but agreeable
condition ot doing nothing."
l Clipper l, Gloe Club l.
I 'Fill' Club l, 2: Dramatic
Club 2, 3 4: Class Play 3:
if A A L2
"None but himsell can be his
parallel." Latin Club 2, 3, 45
GU" Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic
Flub 2, 3, 4, "l" Stall 4, Pan
Ammtcan League 3, 4,
, 11 .
I Mi 1 5
Fred Armstrong Frank Hagen. Ir.
"If I can't talk sense I'll talk "Who took the khaki and the
nonsense." "BO" Club 2, 3. gun instead of cap and gown."
Army Air Corps. Overseas.
Howard White Gerald O. Howell
"It's the Navy for me." Over- "The life of a Marine appeals
seas, to him." Basketball 3: Track
34 Class Play 35 African Cam-
Senior Whose picture does
not appear here
"To graduate or not to gradu-
ate. that is the question."
Last year's juniors who are in the service and
will not graduate with us. But you still belong
with us, boys.
Bill Beaty - Merchant Marine
Harold Shaw - Army
Robert Martin - Navy
lunior Bowers - Navy
MARCH QF TIMEHH
22. Home basketball game with Grafton.
24. Basketball game with White Hall there.
25. Iunior Boushka gave a whole yard of 5
dimes 055.203 to the polio fund.
School closed early again! What's this
meeting of all Iersey County teachers at
We know now, "Buy a bond, please," has
become our watchword. Uncle Sam, we're
with you. We'll try to reach our 370.000
Home game with Roxana.
Game with Benld-there. V-Roy the Ma-
gician . . . O Boy-I love to be fooled.
Overtime game with Carrollton: We 26-
They 25. Wow!
I.incoln's birthday, also a game with
Roadhouse: We 28-They 27.
Sweetheart Ball by the Freshmen.
Valentine's Day--Several kids received
comic valentines from their best f?l friends.
Valentine's Day over. Some hearts still
Basketball game with Greenfield: We 28
F. F. A. Banquet. Why can't we all be
"Red Points"-prized possessions of Wa-
tanopa Camp Fire.
"What a Life"-thinks Wayne in the
Dramatic Club play.
Regional Tournament begins.
lerseyville defeated by Scottville in re-
Regional tournament continues.
White Hall wins the tournament.
Iuniors and Seniors take State achieve-
ment tests. We thought they were endur-
ance tests before we finished.
Pan American League Banquet. Mary,
did Mr. Markman keep you laughing that
luniors choose their class rings.
Tryouts for Senior play.
"GU Club Banquet" at the Iersey Hotel.
We liked it, especially Irish Pat and his
Good Friday Services found our chorus
there in good form.
Easter Sunday . . . I never saw so many
Decorating for Senior Dance.
Woman's Club Tea for the Iunior and
Senior girls. Easter Parade continues, it
Senior Dance . . . What a beautiful moon
and stars for a rainy night.
auota . . . that's a lota' dough, though.
6. No school, Isn't Teachers' Institute a won-
derful thing? For once I'll be able to sleep
7. Class rings arrive at last. High time, we
9. Seniors sponsor collections for the United
National Clothing Drive.
10. lunior Play-"Ask Me Another". . . .
O. K., Iuniors, we accept your dare.
12. Mother-Daughter Banquet showed us in a
most pleasing way the worth of a patriotic
18. Seniors in headlong search for their dig-
19. Miss Bandy says we shall probably find
it in the Iunior Class.
20. How I wish it was a custom at I. T. H. S.
to have Senior Skip Day. And how I wish
today was that day.
27. Ierseyville wins Illinois Valley Conference '
Track Meet. Are we proud! ! It's the first
time in the history of the school. '
4. Senior Play-"Leave to Marry". We're
pretty good, too, aren't we, Iuniors?
l0. Those Iuniors certainly know the art of
entertaining. Seniors thought it superb
. . . such eats even in wartime . . . and
music . . . and fun on the Iuniors. We
can most assuredly say of that Iunior-
Senior Banquet and Prom . . . "Seldom
equalled, never excelled!" Say, by the
way, didn't the girls look great! "Whe-
25. Latin Club Picnic
28-31. Exams! The last for some of us-we
hope! Keep your chin up.
30. Memorial Day Parade.
3. Baccalaureate Sunday! Seniors in caps
and gowns make an imposing spectacle.
Is my cap on straight? Gee! I feel funny
in one of these things, but sort of dignified,
too-Ahem! Don't tell "me" I look like a
7. Commencement Night. The "Big Night".
Will I be glad to get my diploma-
Whoopee! There's that funny "all gone"
feeling again. They were good years, I
hate to see them go! Good-bye, I. T. H. S.
8. Alumni Dance.
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Q trouble again . . . The dignified senior sponsor, Mr. Tuthill . . You mean Harold isn't
taking the picture this time? , . . Who wants to hurry? . . . Lazy bunch, aren't we?
JUNIQR CLASS QFFICERS
Vice President-Polul Connolly
Treasurer-Mary C. Ccrtt
Sponsors-Dorothy Borndy, Louis N. Heider
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Doris Breit iser
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Mary I. Thompson
Mary Ann Pille
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ck Pivoda-Delights in-his red hair . . . Admits--he's a good
clerk . . . Regrets-he has to work . . . Expects-H to be man-
y. ager of an A 5: store.
Doris Breitweiser elights in-Acooking . . Admitse--she's a good
houseke e . . . Regrets-she took shorthand . . . Expects
-to st mo xl year,
Harold Bea -D ghts in-taking pictures . . Admits-he spends
34 is ti in the dark room , . . Regrets--,that school must
h so cla s . . . Expects'--to be a news photographer.
ry nt-Deihghg -singing . . . Admits--she doesn't attend
I-home E ,flleeti s . . . Regrets-she is so young . . . Expects
Ato belg s i 's wife.
nald al elights in-playing soft ball . . Admits-he
It . . Regrets-there are so few pretty girls . . . Ex-
dke -t be a farmer.
Kirchner-Delights in-wearing her glasses . Admitsfshe
can give the "cold shoulder" . . , Regrets--New York isn't
within walking distance . . . Expects--to be more than a l0c"
William Landon-Delights in-Football . . . Admits---he's always
late . . . Regrets--he doesn't get around more . , Expects-J
to be an engineer.
Imo Harley-Delights Ln-going to St. Louis . . Admits-she likes
a certain sciiloff . . Regrets-he doesn't get leaves . . . Exe
pects-to pass shorthand.
Lee Iones-Delights in--making good grades . . , Admits-he's
not very tall . . . Regrets-he has so many nick-names . . .
Expects-to be famous some day.
I Mariorie Vinz--Delights in-a student at Washington U ,... Ad-
mits-she likes all of her teachers . . . Regretseshe took
Latin . . . Expects-to quit studying next year.
Herbert Ely-Delights in-making "A" in English . . . Admits-
l'm just a little small . . . Regrets-his impatience . . . Ex-
pects-to be a farmer.
I Martha Burch-Delights in-"Latin" . . . Admits-Caesar was a
great man . . . Regrets--she can't boss Marjorie . . . Expects
w -to take Latin next year.
. Charles Henson-Delights in-going to shows . . , Admits-'he
likes a Sophomore girl . . . Regretsehes not on a baseball
team .'. . Expects-to play in the big leagues some day.
Ioyce DaylfDelights in-vacations . . . Aclmitsfshes lazy . . .
I Regrets-lshe has to study . . . Expects--to be a stenographer.
Iames Miller-Delights in-senior girls . . . Admits-he doesn't
9 like tg study . . . Regrets-there aren't more football games
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'J Mary lean Thompson-Delights in-laughing at anything . . .
Admits-she hasn't a serious thought . . , Regrets-world
history class . . . Expects-to go to college.
Ierry Wade-Delights in-basketball practice . . . Admits-he
is a good player . . . Regrets-he can't sleep more in class
. . . Expects-to be a basketball hero.
Peggy Griffin-Delights in-her study periods . . . Admits-she
has long curls . . . Regrets-she isn't with Virginia more
. . . Expects-to be a news reporter.
Paul Connolly-Delights in-second hour assembly . . . Ad-
mits-he likes to sleep late . . . Regrets-he doesn't have
the urge to study more . , . Expects-to live "happily ever
Iaunice Challans-Delights inebeing friendly , . . Admits-she
likes good movies , . . Regrets-she has to watch her cal-
ories . . . Expects-to marry young.
C. Edward Bunse-Delights in-smoking . , . Admits-he likes
Fieldon . . . Regrets-every night isn't Saturday niaht . . .
Expects-to live in Eieldon.
Lucille Stamps-Delights in-trying to cook . . . Admitsfshes a
good seamstress . . . Regrets--she stays in town . . . Ex-
pects-to live in Washington, DC,
Orlan Cornelius-Delights in--second hour assembly . . . Ad-
mits--l should study more . , , Regrets--hes not on the bas-
ketball team . . , Expects-to enjoy himself this year,
Bernice Vaughn-Delights in-receiving certain letters . . . Ad-
mits--shes good in math , . . Regrets-typing takes so much
speed . . Expects--to be on the honor roll,
Edwin Weller-Delights in-science . . . Admits-he's broke most
of the time . . . Regrets wsometimes life is so painful . . . Ex-
pects- to get what he wants out of life.
Norma Bchrman-Delights -swimming . . , Admits-she likes
dark haired boys , Ftegheis -she lives in lerseyville . . .
Expects--toxygo to liforfria nelgt year.
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Leo Boushkcx,-Hi.-De Yhts in-sleeping in class . . . Admits-
his tir 'are rn out . . . Regrets-he can't get new ones
. . Exp s o be-presideiit some day.
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Ag s Gibbons-3-Qelightffin--pep rrleetingsr. . . Admits she's a
good Qheerklea er . . . Req-r'5tseLTed is a senior . . . Ex-
' pectr'-to barn t drive a,mr some.
Thomoj' Lock'-Delights ine-Ag . Ny . fACf'InilS--there's a junior girl
thi1lff4s'C,K .... Regrets+-he-'s noiflittle taller . . . Expects
-to bwn cgi: r. 5 "
D6l'i9r,9BsDrainQ-liifght in--telling jokes . . . Admits-she likes
K .t Qt'6' eat xi.. . Regret:-her "average" grades . . . Expects-to
- be a housewife. ,H
3 Donald Chappell-Delights in-long vacations . . . Admits-he's
i L ln good basketball player . . . Regrets-hes not 18 . . , Ex-
T pectsf-to work for Uncle Sam.
Mary Ann Pille-Delights in-having a good time . . . Admits-
. she likes to give talks in English . , . Regrets-lmo lives in
town . . . Expects-to join the Waves.
Billy Beaty-Delights in-Maxine . . , Admits-she's cute . . . Re-
grets-she'1l graduate this year , . , Expects-to join the Navy.
Ora Strunk-Delights infdating . . . Admits -she wears make-
up . . . Regrets-"he" didn't date her last year . . . Expects
--to continue dating a certain junior. '
William Hansen-Delights in-girls . . . Admits-he hates to go
to the office . . . Regrets-he has to take American History
. . . Expects-to behave himself someday,
Priscilla Bell-Delights in-football games . . . Admits-she
always stays out too late . . . Regrets-there aren't more boys
at I.T. H. S .... Expects-to meet a handsome man some day.
Edward Duggan-Delights in-going to Fieldon dances . . . Ad-
mits--he likes to play pool . . . Regrets-Saturday comes
only once a week . . . Expects-to be mayor of Fieldori in 1965.
Doris Iecm Iennings-Delights in-cheer leading . . . Admits-shes
not bashful . . . Regrets-Carrollton is 12 miles from Iersey-
ville . , . Expects-to be an old maid.
Robert Bregenzer-Delights in--Reading . . . Admits-he's good
looking . . . Regrets-he can't have the car more often . . .
Expects-to be a doctor.
Maxine Vollmer-Delights in-'riding on the school bus . . . Ad-
mits--it is crowded though . . . Regrets-Lorraine will grad-
uate . . . Expects-to learn to swim some time.
Norman lones-Delights in-hitch-hiking . . . Admits-he hates
to make speeches in class . . , Regrets-he can't dance . . .
Expects-to be a butcher,
Loretta Beiermann-Delights in-giggling , . . Admits-"some
people" are O.K ..,, Regretshshe doesn't live in jersey-
ville . . . Expects-to marry after graduating
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Myrtle Taylor-Delights in-running errands for Verna . . . Ad-
mits-she's short , . . Regrets-she doesn't work in the office
. . . Expects-to go places.
Harold Piggott-Delights in hunting . . . Admits-he's a good
farmer . . . Regrets-he's shy . . . Expects-a good-looking
Iuanita Wills-Delights in-listening to the radio . . . Admits-
she does't like Frank Sinatra . . . Regrets-she doesn't live
on a farm . . . Expects-to be a nurse.
Harold Cox-Delights in-sitting on front porches . . . Admits-
he'd like to date . . . Regrets-he can't go to school six days
a weekklixpects-to be a dentist,
Marjorie Winters-Delights inereacling books . . . Admits-she
likes boys in khaki . . . Regrets-'shes a half pint . . . Ex-
pects-eto be a beauty operator.
Bert Chappee-Delights in-sports . . . Admits-l like G I. hair-
cuts . . . Regrets-l can't do everything I want to . . . Ex-
pects-to date a certain junior girl.
Virginia Shaw-Delights in-Spanish . . . Admits--Mr. Bersche
is a good teacher . . . Regrets-Peggy isn't in classes with
her . . . Expects-to take another year of Spanish.
Donald Lavey-Delights in-speeding clown State Street . . . Ad-
mits-I'm a persevering student . . . Regrets-gas rationing
. . . Expects-to get kicked out of class.
Dolores Little-Delights in-dates . . . Admits-she's fun . . . Re-
g I-saesf br eta. . Expects-to g t y-so etime.
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Russell Van Meter-Delights in-eating ice cream . . . A mits-
my grades aren't TOO good . . . Regrets-he goes to school
. . . Expects--to live a while longer.
Marilyn Otth-Delights in--listening to Frank Sinatra . . . Admits
-she's cute . . . Regrets-there arent more school dances
. . . Expects-to grow up someday.
Donald Bligh-Delights in-playing football . . . Admits-he's good
Y at it . . . Regrets-he has to study . . . Expects-to have cr
" weak back from carrying his American History book.
- Elvq Spangle-Delights in- having dates with a certain blond
. . . Admits-shes bashful . . . Regrets-she doesnt stay in
Ikrseyville . . . Expects-to make "A" in shorthand .
lorries Powers-Delights in-winking at girls . . . Admits-I like
.qi certain senior . . . Regrets-he isn't on the honor roll . . .
s.Expects-to be an actor some day.
Virginia Lagemcm--Delights in-smiling . . . Admits-she doesn't
talk much . . . Regrets-she has red hair, . . Expects--to
marry a farmer. fl , ' .
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Walter Iewsbury-Delights in4running A. ,Ad-mits--he ltkes to
be an escort . . . Regrets-he has" to 'go to school five days
a week . . . Expects-to fly a bomber.
Wanda Mclntyre-Delights in-Well. does a girl delight in?
Admits-she's a whiz-bang telephone o ratpr. .fe : Regretsf,
she has to work . . . Expects-QL 'e. , .- '
Iose Heitzigg- lights ' 4-cutting pp in class t, 3,4 Admitsi-he's
goo' eig or i the assembly .f. ..Regrets7Lthat night
' ust d . . EX cts-to live in Fieldon for the next fifty
There Phe - lights ' ing . . . Admits-she blushes
grets he o ' qra ate this year . . . Expects-a blond-
ir d lu y nd.
Her le -Deli in-studying Latin . . . Admits-he's
n rally ate . . . Regrets-he's so small . . . Expects-to
Q cr La n Teacher.
ary Catherine Catt-Delights in-studying?????? . . . Admits-
she's smart . . . Regrets-she loses her temper . . . Expects
-to act her age some day.
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Melvin Houseman-Delights in-racing down the streets . . . Ad-
mits-he likes his red hair , . . Regrets-there aren't more
women to choose from . . . Expects-sometime to own a car
that will run.
Donna Reed-Delights in-"Wayne" . . . Admits-I have a cute
smile . . . Regrets-she won't graduate this year . . . Ex-
pects-to be the Senior queen.
Louis B. Koeller-Delights in-hitchhiking to school . . . Admits- fix- .
he's a good football player . . . Regrets-his hair is slightly F
red . . . Expects-to be an all-star football man. A A ,,,
Esther Richey-Delights in-arguing with Audrey . . . Admits- ' 'S , Hg
she can out-talk her . . . Regrets-all week isn't weekfend 5 tg, A2
. . . Expects-to meet a handsome man. 'JN . fl-fx 1
Wilma Strebel-Delights in-mystery stories . . , Admits-she
leads a quiet life . . . Regrets-homework . . . Expects-tc
sleep all next summer.
Rose Schroeder-Delights in-school . . . Admits-she's not bad
looking , . . Regrets--she's so short , . . Expects-to join
Mary Martin-Delights in-Skirts and sweaters . . . Admits-
her hair is always just so . . . Regrets-she isn't a cheer
leader . . ."Expects-to be one next year.
Annie Corzine-Delights in-eating . . . Admits-she swoons over
Frank Sinatra . . . Regrets-shes taking Home Ec . . . Ex-
pects-to be a good student.
Dolores Narup-Delights in-loafing in class . . . Admits-she's
plenty cute . . . Regrets-she goes home right after school
. . . Expects-to be an actress.
Dorothy Norris-Delights in-receiving letters , . . Admits-she is
quiet and reserved . . . Regrets-she's a blonde . . . Expects-
to live a long and happily married life.
loanne House-Delights in-talking all the time . . . Admits-she's
always late . . , Regrets-homework . . . Expects-to be a
Rosalie Gootten-Delights in-dating Bill . . . Admits-she doesn't
like Home EC . . . Regrets-she's always talking . . . Ex-
pects-to marry young.
Margaret Dolan-Delights in-Bing Crosby , . . Admits-she
dosen't like Van Iohnson . . . Regrets-she loses so much
sleep . . . Expects-to be a nurse.
Robert Brammoier-Delights in-being a water boy . . . Admits-
he's a bench warmer . . . Regrets-he doesn't dance much
. . . Expects-to be a bachelor.
Audrey McAdams-Delights in-bossing Esther . . . Admits-she
likes to make straight "A's" . . . Regrets-she's so tall . . .
Expects-to be a naturalist.
Helen Camerer-Delights in-being quiet . . . Admits-shes
very neat . . . Regrets-she doesn't dance . . . Expects-to
go to college.
lame! Vaughn-Delights in-Alton . . . Admits-a Ford is OK.
. . . Regrets-he likes night life . . . Expects-to be a garage
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their giggles, cmd their bod manners. For pastime they poke
fun ot the green freshies.
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SOPHGMQRE, CLASS GFFICERS
A President-Gene Prosser
.Vicq PresiQentjChcxr1es Dehne
Sponsors-Hcrzel Murray, Ruth Ann Orr
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Milton Houseman-"Dynamite comes in :small package
Ramona Kallal-"Air of knowing"
William Lurton--"The true man'
Mary Cornelius--'Silent member"
Mildred Spriggs-"Folly to be solemn"
Mildred Hagen-"A bit of all right'
Billy Burch-"Our Bill"
Odessa .Campbell-"A twinkle in her eye
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Phyllis Erdman-"With a song in my heart"
,Melvin Wjlil-1-"A manly man" f ly 1
Frances Coleman-"Soft spoken and reviving
Theo Loy-"A country girl"
Russell Groves--"l'm bashful but not backward
Fred Schneider-l'Me and my curls"
Peggy Hildred-'Speed in her finqertipsw
Eleanor Martin-"I love life"
Charles Dehne-"Me and my gal"
Dolores Zimmer-'Cheery as a Christma trre
Ioseph Welch-"Calling all cows"
Donna Peter-"Efficiency plus"
Iudith Weiner-"The cook of tomorrow"
Elsie Challans-"l'll be seeing you"
Tom Hughes-'lMan of Steel"
Doris Ford-"Well now, let me think"
Ioe Cueller-"The king of terrors"
Mary Iones4"Little girls are beet"
Roger Goetten-'iRight on the trigger"
Cleta Retzer-"Gal with perfect punch'
Qryille Taake--"Lite is one long comedy"
Verna Ruyle-"Full of giggles"
Ierry Kramer-"I'm an educated man"
Doris Armstrong-"Key to my heart"
Albert Stamps-"Continual chatter"
Barbara Brummett-"Extreme sweetness"
Richard Young-"The average man"
Peggy Gardner-"l have not Slept one wink
Charles Meisner-"An F. F. A. special"
Robert Campion--"Ho-hum! l'm sleepy"
Leona Stanton--"My man is true as steel"
Robert Burch-"A Wise Man"
Margaret Lane-"Worries dont worry me
Ioanne Edwards-'lShe's fun"
Blanche Whitworth-"Red hair, but definitely"
Wilma Heiderscheid-"Heart warming smile'
Russell Sinclair-"Hes okay"
Edith Schaaf-"Endless vitality"
Kenneth Armstrong-"l hate studying"
Herbert Whiteside-l'Girls just bother me
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Marilyn Parsell-"Kendo pvgainq away" i
Betty Smith-"'l'he more the iiierrierw '
Mary Dawson--"A bubble is a puffed up drip"
Louis Kessler-"The runaway boy"
Betty Lou Cone-"It does no good to stew around?
Dorothy Armstrong-"Balanced outlook"
Archie Woods-"l-le's a swell guy"
Mary Spencer-"A day of sunshine"
Marilyn Weir-"My Buddy"
Doris Little-"Foot loose and fancy free"
Dwight Munsterman-"A true genius"
Betty Taylor-"Things are always happening'
Fred Glassbrenner-"Living in a dream"
Marion Piggott-"Peaches and cream complexion"
Donald Poleet-"Me and my bright remarks"
Dolores Lammy-"The maiden of the moon"
Gene Prosser-"Oh, you senior girls"
Isabel Stafford-"Easy going"
Clyde Wieland-"I practice what I preach lsome-
Donald Gowin-"Yel pleasing gentlemen"
William Cox-"l'm hooked"
Evelyn Eads-"Always smiling"
Glenn Higgins-"Every girls' dream man"
Betty Thurston-"Brunettes are best"
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Evertt Wade-"Yau canlhkeep a aood mari' o '
Kathryn Steckel-Ulxliate the country" -
MarY 'l'raCY--"Nile to know" ffm!
Paul I. Begllald-"Give me back rriy 1'
Thelma ilhittico-'llviore oi the
David Schafer-L-l'AIkhallenge to science"
Doris Mainsk-"More lun" h X
Biiiy Garbdr-"AlwaysLin G foqi
Norma I. 'Narug-"Doll have to do that?"
Ioefiiolland-" tteg late than never"
Gloria Hunter-"Uni Nixgiable charm"
Laverne Crull-"I d 't-'Ieel like myself today" -7 "
Bernice Skinner ooqlight mood" N 7 , - I
William Mill r ' ight hand man" . ' 5
Emma Turp 'ng-"Short and sweet"
lay Kramerv-HA' 'i Misbehavinaw
Margaret Sea' "Do I like books?"
Iohn Bruyl-"Why hurry? .
Eileen Weller-"Love-'em all is my motto"
Bobby Creamer-"Let me at that ball"
Dorothy Downey-"Happy in all weQhpr"
Elinor Yates--"Youre a Natural" '4 ,' .- . G
Betty Campbell-"How'm I doin, Q ,. '-'
Eleanor Fink-"I'm new at IT. H. S."A
Sophomores whose pictures do not appear.
Iames Burge-"Sometimes I sit and think but mostly I just
Truman Garland-Study is a dreary thing, so l don't
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men-Which is why We shouldrft have freshmen.
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S- President-Alfred Bedinger
A Vice President-Marvin lsringhausen
Sponsors-Orphcr Holmes, Mary Ellen Orr
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Mary Lou Hedgcock
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Mary Lou Carpunky
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Lorton-"I Speed Through Life "
Belva Feyerobend-"Summer Dreams." '- 1
Darrel Bailey-"Smilin' Thru " Q3 l
Dolores Campbell-"My Castle ln Spam " ,
Barry Ritter-"Its Love l'm After " Y
Mary Rhodes-"TO Mary, with Love ft '1-
Murdell Smith-'lEveryth1ng Must Be just So' ' f
Robert Tittle-"It's A Great -Life." ,
Mary Taylor-'iGlamour Pi,uf3,'L .- .
Bobbie sdIl'l5v'JT Want a Ctrl " sf
lrene Poviers-f'lmaginatfon.'' ' Q
Raym9nd.VVeller-'The Perfect Alibi 'Y t
Charles Powers-i'Let's Have Some! Fun " l M
L nu Colle qrger-it yes Young Drea . ' '
Q-' is homas e elabeimd 'Let Tomorrow Car For Its "t'
'K JS iller-'Perf' t ity Plug: " t in
AL bby Yocii Only Young ,Onc x..' 4 ,'
t f Gerry Par er weet Little Headache
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Si xxglrd Scrr?!bferg A Does Nothing But Doezt lt ,
Gdle Wi som- at Certain Technique,"
V rich om-"A l-luntina We Will Go"
I r Te Lummy-llllll Take XROl'TlCll"tI'f?ll
I I on Iacfson-VA True Ge us"
v it.NIRrf:fou Carpunlcy-" ays Good-nature-d."
x-le ifanben-"Mel and o ,"
' - Dbhgvlesl all-"Wom Are gerouta '
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L i llvllmtl CO --'A Love of Mine."
r H.-N 'Tir' ,lph ,Sears-"Go On, lust Tell Me l'm Stupid."
f 'Filly Laubs iioige? Certa' l"
1 'Thresa undc.. 'f-'You and Love." I
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'X arilyrrseago-'flt Must Be Love "
Eddie Schell 'iCute As They Corrie' 3
lj Marie fin-"Deep In A Dream." ' ' '
iufeifc, Rr er34"1l Kirtdly Grace of .Manner " 5 i
. Eugene gag-"A Mere Life of Ekrsef' ,
'V ' Aurellcx Williams-"Seg6tly.' t.
' " . 'Ernest Turpin-"l kn All the Answers." X X
. - ' Mary Lou Powers-"More Than You Knovg'
Helen Beiermcmn--"Eyes Speak Volumes " X .
Donald Bauer-"l'm No Angel."
Ruth Campion--"Shes Not "Ruth'less." '
- Wesley Iewsbury-"l'm Not Bashful, Really ImA'Not,"e
le, Mary Lou Hedgcock-"The Girls' Choice." t
1 Edward Bunse-"Grieve Not, Ladies." Q
ma Lockman-"She Goes Calmly Along." X
'3 W' 'am Randolph-"Billy Boy "
am Wxmmersberg Man About Townf V t,
Igcm Kibler-'AA Girl With Brains " '
Eugene Kuehnel-"Mental Gymnastics are Seccfx-
- rabend-"In My Garden." Ol S
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Larry Zimmermon-"Doctor Rhythm."
Anna M. Brclmmeier-"Does lt Matter." X V i
f Claude Shaw-"Whats Up, Doc?" "X
Delgres Cabulek--"Lady Be Careful," .
Hlchdrd Hall-"Deep River."
D l ', Barbara Garber-"A Friendly Smile for Everyone."
Ger e Schoake-"In School Days."
B 8 Campbell-"Great Guy."
- othy Richey-"The Full Heart."
., 'N . Lee Wade-"I Like to Reason Thinqs Out By My-
K t self."
X,'Q'Iune Davenport-i'There's Room ln Her Heart for All."
'X X Q George Maher-"My Friend Flickaf'
Q, 'Lois Wock-"My Sister and I."
Je xXKenneth Fearno-"Old Ironsides."
' Gerry Ferenbach--"Dream Love
Charles Delp-"One Never Knows, Does Gne?"
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Forrest Ringhausen-"A likeable Cuss. My
Susan Huffman-"Sweet Sue."
Robert French-"Careful Girls, Don't Trip Over y Line."
Doris Richey-"The Lady of the Lake."
Clarence Boner-A'Peck's Bad Boy'
Iulia Campion-'Day of Sunshine. Aj'
Bill Iennings-" 'Amazing' is the Word
Doris Parsell-"There Are Such Things " 7
Iames Lageman-A'The Dreamer."
Inez Same Story," 4,
Nothing is too Great For
Orpha Wedding-"Actions Speak Louder Than
Dale Taul-"Why Study?"
I Grow Up
Zelma Wallace-"The Voice of Thought "
lack Helsley-"Not Sleppy, lust Tired,"
Doris Delp-"Satisfied With Life."
Herbert Cope-"lust A Boy."
Helen McAdams-"Very Sincere."
Marvin Isringhausen-"Not Me, Brother."
Harold Walkington-"lt Is Good To Be Sure."
Charles Lockman-"The School Boy." x .
Esther Hampton-"Theres Mischief In Those Eyes,"
Bert Hamblen-"Wake Up and Live." X
Carl Rodgers-"A Real Boy "
Morris Lon -"Baseball For Me "
Iulius Hardwick-"Why Take Life Seriously."
Iunior Long-"Gee, Aint He Cute?"
Wayne Dihel-"Thats Life, I Guess."
lack Spiegelman-"A Born Leader." J
In Getting Thing.,
Robert Buck-"And As For Me ff
Iames Reddish-"Swing lt, Professor." WA
Alfred Bedinger-Life of the Party." 4 Q
Neil Christen-"Captain Courageous." '
Charles Koenig-"Study, Study, Study-and Why
Paul Meuth-"The Age of Wisdom."
George Poleet-"I Cant Sing That High."
Alfred Beierman-"Make Way For Tomorrow."
Iohn Shaw-"Motor Madness,"
Orlan Nelson-"Country Friend."
Robert Flowers-"Chin Chat
Edward Springman-"Dont Call I 8
Charlotte Schafer-"The Cowboys Dream.
Agnes Ryan-"The Things You Can't Fo tg
John Pille-"When Day Is Done." W , JL' ni'
Doris Tucker-"You Gotta Be A Footb :PW Ll- 1
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Alice McCauley-"My Heart Leaps Up." ' I
Rosemary Green-"Sweet Adeline."
Freshmen Whose Pictures do not appear.
Frank Hazelwonder-"Shall l or shan't I study?
Morrison Skinner-"To sleep-To dream."
Kenneth Smith-"Our Caballero."
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. . Carnival, rio lciddiii . . . Buy your stamp please, NCW . Stuffed animals aaairi Wliats
Get your facts first, and then you can distort ,em as you please
Editorfin-Chief . , . . . Patsy Howell
r,.....,. Doris Medford
.. , .lane and lean Stanley
, . . .Dorothy Campbell
. . . . . ..., Dorothy Lanham
Administration Editor ....,
Senior Editors ...........
lunior Editor .....,
Sophomore Editor. . .
Freshman Editor 4.... .....,,..,....., B etty Hutchinson
Art Editors ........ ..... S ue Brummett, Homer Dolan
Sports Editors ..... .....,.....,.... C lyde Powderly, Paul Cory
Business Managers.. Kenneth Boram, Donald Beatty,
Dorothy Feyerabend, Imogene lsringhausen
Circulation Managers .,......,................,i lohn Cornelius, Chairman
Doris Bray, Betty Gross, Evelyn Tucker, Dick Long, Doris Gier,
Doris Eessler, Glenn Leach, Gladys Kanallakan, Bernard Spangle
Photographic Editor ...,.....................,.........,...
Dayfby-Day Editor .... .................,.........,,.....,,. E sther Lynn
Typists .,......,............,..... Betty Martin, the typist who really typed
Bette Willis, Patsy Kadell, Betty Bohlting, Marcella Cope
Mechanical Department .....,.......,...,...,.. Pat Gibbons, Dick Thurston
Activity Editor ......... ...............,...
Publicity ...,... ....,...... I oe Bagley
Sponsor .... ..., M rs, Esther Searls
"Music is lor certain among us, more than a pleasure:
it is a necessityf,
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Donald Beatty It
Betty Lou Cone
Doris lean lennings
Harold Lee Walkington
Mary lean Thompson
Donna lean Peter
Doris lean Cope
Mary Lou Hedgcock
Dorothy lean Feyerabend
loseph C. Bagley
Doris lean Cope
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Processional e- -f - "O Come All Ye Faithful" "Glory to God" - - -- Original Arrangement
N I Cl'lm"S hi' MGVIOUP Vmlf A "Hark the Herald Angels Sings" -H Original Arrangement
O Little Town of Bethlehem 4 Lewis H Redner --Hmk NOW Q Shepherdgg K Momvicniuvqox
Descant: Doris Medtord, Mary Hunt, Betty Lou Cone ' ' Tmblk, Chomb
"Hi Sl ll Fr d H'.' Fl lc" -V - "Th M t" .. . .. ,
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"As Lately We waicitpdif at ee Austrian Folk song H Due" lm' DGV?nt'OfT and OW' PM
Dolores Little and lim Cfreainer with Chorus The MGTCH of the Three KINGS f l3ll1 Century
"lt Caine Upon the Midnight Clear" Fl. A. Willis Mmm Choms
"We::tinin::ter Carol" -- f -- French-English "We Three Kings of Orient Are" - - --- I. H. Hopkins
Mixed Chorus Bass Soloists. Donald Chappell, Homer Dolan, Dick Long
"A Star Was His Candle" -- - - T. Del Riego "The Prince of Peace is Born" - - --- M. E. Orr
Contialto Solo lmoaenv lsrinqhausen Verse-Speaking Choir
'Silent Night" - 7- - - - Franz Gruber "Gesu Bambino" ---- Pietro A, Yon
Soprano Solo-Phvllis lirdman Soprano Solo-'Doris lean Cope with Chorus
Descant Mary Catherine Catt Phyllis lfrdman, Doris Mains Recessionct ,W A ,a - "Icy To the World"
HO Holy Nlgllln 'H f 7' -- f AdGm'R9X Audience and Chorus
Womens Sextet. Mary llunt, Mary Lou lledqcock, Mary Taylor,
Betty Cone, Ioan Kibler lfuqenia Arger R th K- h -4 i k- i -- R d
"Birthday of a King" e A- A W. H. Neidlinger u UC my ec ,er
Baritone Solo-locole Bagley Imogene Isringhausen - - - Accompanist
"Io::eph, O Dear Ioseph Mine" --A German l4th Century Martha Burch --.,- ACCO,-npcmist
Soprano Solo-Leona Stanton ,
Tenoi SolofAllred Bedinger MGTY Ellen Off -' f ' - Director
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
"Here's what F. F. A. means: Iobs well done-any kind
of farm job-and when cmd where its most needed." J if JJ'
President Gene Murphy
Vice President lohn Randolph
Secretary Milton l-louseman
Treasurer lerry Kramer !
Reporter loe Welch
Sponsor Fred Peter
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' yr' "Wh0'11 dare deny tlie truth, there's poetry in pie?"
Mary Lou Davieon,
Edna L Swope
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The manager of an athletic team leads
a hectic life fso says Eddief.
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Sept. 23 Western Military Academy
Sept. 29 ftoodhouse
Oct. 5 Greenfield
Nov. 3 Pittsfield
Nov. 10 Pleasant Hill
Nov. 14 Winchester
Nov. 20 White Hall
Totals 7 Games
3 5 U
These big boys proved too much for
our "fighting eleven" and gave us our
worst defeat of the season.
Our biggest accomplishment, for it was
the first time in the History of I. T. H. S.
Here we found ourselves in the second
A set-back in our favorable seascn.
Too much for us immediately after the
Our previous defeat helped us win
A great day!
Our first time this season to be defeated
on our home field.
I. Bob Shaw fSeniorl Right End. Although small, Bob really messed up
the opponents' plays.
Paul Cory fSeniorJ Right Tackle. His size and aggressiveness com-
pletely offset his inexperience.
Pat Gibbons fSeniorJ Right Guard, "Irish" was the key to our
Clyde fButchl Powderly fSeniorl. Butch, a transfer from guard
to center, was a boy who really loved the game,
Donald Surgeon CSeniorl Left Guard. Don turned up in our
hour of need to become a tough linesman.
Iim Creamer fSeniorl. With his four years of experience, lim
developed into a tough left tackle.
Gene Murphy fSeniorl "Tunney" played a real game at
II. Donald Bligh fluniorl Halfback. "Rabbit" really lived up to his name on
those end runs.
Louis Koeller tfuniorl "Louie," the hardest line plunger, will be back
Bert Chappee Uuniorl. Bert is a fine prospect for "end" man.
Dick Thurston CSeniorD Halfback. "Pee-Wee" was a fine kicker
and the hardest "end" runner in the conference.
Bill Landon ffuniorl Halfback. Bill was the smartest boy on
Captain Iohn Randolph fSeniorl Quarter Back. His fine
performance in a perfect season is a "perfect tribute" to him.
Ioe Holland fSophomoreJ Alternate End. foe was as good
as the best.
III. Dwight Munsterman fSophomorel. Dwight is a boy who will make all
his opponents respect him.
Bob Creamer fSophomorel. Bob will make a cracking good end.
Ierry Wade lluniorl. "Curly," if heavier, will make a rough center.
Robert French fSophomoreJ. This halfback should develop into
a hardy runner.
Fred Glassbrenner fSophomoreD. A sure promise for next
William Miller Alfred Beddinger David Schafer
Robert Campbell Barry Ritter Bill Wimmersburg
Albert Stamps George Lorton, Ir. Bert Hamblen
Our first team got off to a bad start of the 1944-45 basketball season, but
later snapped out of the old rut and started winning. We conquered several
of our enemies who had overpowered us earlier in the season, even beating a
better Hardin Five in the Regional tournament.
Our scond team enjoyed a good season winning more than half of their
games. These boys were Freshmen and Sophomores which gives us reason
to believe lerseyville will have good teams for future years.
1944-45 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
1 1 Thursday
White Hall Home
Winchester Tourney lMiltonl
White Hall Away
Regional Tourney CHardinD
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IQ44-45 BASKETB LL LETTERIVIEN
Bob French-Sophomore . . . Possessed a nice long shot.
Melvin Houseman-lunior . , Loved to heckle the enemy.
Bill Burch-Sophomore , . . Could hit from any position.
Paul Cory-Senior . . . A knack for getting the ball off the board.
Donald Chappell-Iunior . . His long shot couldn't be beat,
lim Burge-Iunior . . , A very clever dribbler.
Bob Shaw-Senior , . . When driving into the basket he never missed.
Gene Murphy-Senior , 4 . Captain , 4 , Was the crowds favorite.
Donald Bligh-lunior . . . Very fast and shifty ball handler.
Dwight Munsterman-Sophomore . . . Good rebound man.
Gerry Wade--Iunior . . . A versatile player who always came through.
lim Creamer-Senior . . . The center who was missed when Uncle Sam called.
Fred Glassbrenner-Sophomore . . . A more determined player couldn't be
Bert Chappee-Iunior . . . Under the basket was his specialty.
Bob Creamer-Sophomore . . . Watch Bob, he's basketball material.
Bob Campbell-Freshman . . . High point man and will become better.
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Conference Meet at Pittsfield-Ierseyville Second State District Meet at Tcxylorville-Ierseyville Fifth
Ierseyville 331A f Pittsfield 8 fThirty schools competingl
fEight schools competingl Donald Bligh ,.... ..,... T hird in l00, Second in 220
- . - - Walter lewsbury .......,..,.,...... Fourth in mile
Esfcgfufgfg' if jf Ilgglsffeffg Gene Murphy .....l,..,.......... Fifth in mu miie
Dale Cottingham .. ....l. ..Relay team SPRING OF '45 TRACK SCHEDULE
Edwin Fessler ...,,.. .... , ,. Fifth in high jump April l7-Triangular Meet at Roodhouse, Rood-
Walter Iewsbury ...., .... ,i.. .,,,. F i r st in mile house, Carrollton, and Ierseyville.
Gene Murphy ,.., Second in mile, First in half mile April 27--Conference at Roadhouse. Dual meet.
Richard Thurston ...... Third in 440, Fourth in 220 May l2-State District Meet at Taylorville.
Bligh, Boushka, Cottingham, Thurston. 2nd in Relay May 18-State Meet at Champaign,
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THE PANTHERS TAKE THE LEAD
See all those excited lerseyville fans? lt was a close game and Carroll-
ton had us worried for a while, but the Panthers were victorious!
fSalute To The Bandl
No home game would have been complete without our I. T, lfl, S. band,
Under the direction of Mr. Claude Smith, the band members have been on
hand at every game to entertain us They did a grand job, too. How could
we ever forget that version of "Accentuate the Positive" by Beverly, lerry and
Maribelle as well as the other musical specialties they presented!
Always performing with distinction at pep rallies, parades and football
and basketball games, the band with its ten majorettes has shown us a very
'Solitude is very sad
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Houma Huyle and
Sue Bmmmott cmd
Most popular boy and girl
Gene Murphy and
Maxme Wock and
All 'round girl and boy
Imogene lsringhausen and
Most studious girl and boy
Geraldine Cates and
Most likely to succeed
Kenneth Boraiii and
Best apple polisher
lane and lean Stanley
President and First Lady
Kenneth Boraiii and
CARNIVAL QL E 1'
Her Escort .. . .
Her Escort . . ,
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Helen Beienn -"a :nn
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ferry Reach, lint Gmlabwnm
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Iersey Township High School
fUnder the direction of Miss Dorothy Bandyl
ASK ME ANOTHER
a comedy in three acts
Wilma Shepard, an office girl ,.....,.........
Mrs. Gates, managing editor of The Herald ...,..
Mrs. Snell, society editor of The Herald ..........,..
Harriet Hogan f"Aunt Sally"D, a cookery expert. . . . .
Ioyce Martin, a young newspaperwoman .........
Mike Warren, a reporter on The Examiner .,.,.,.
Ioe Weber, a detective .........,,...,.....
Eloise Archer, a society girl .....,..,.,,..
Mrs. O, B. Hammond, a wealthy Widow ....
Frank Sylvester, a cook ..,t.... ...,,..
Marco, a mystic .........,.,.,..........
Cassie Short, an underworld character ....,.
. . . .Ora Strunk
. . . .Martha Burch
. . . .Ruth Kirchner
. . . . . .Marjorie Vinz
. . . . . . . .Dolores Little
. . . . .Donald Chappell
. . , . . . .Paul Connolly
. . . . .Doris lean Iennings
Mary lean Thompson
.. ...Iack Pivoda
. . . . .Charles Henson
. . . . .Virginia Shaw
The action takes place in an outer office of The Herald, a morning news-
paper in a fair-sized American city, during the afternoon and evening of an
early spring day. The present.
Act I: 4 P. M.
Act II: 5 P. M.
Act III: 8 P. M.
DRAM Tic CLUB PL. Yi?
"Henry Aldrich confuses and amuses I.T.H.S. as well as Central High School"
THE DRAMATIC CLUB
Iersey Township High School
fUnder the direction of Miss Ruth Ann Orrl
"WHAT A LIFE"
a comedy in three acts
Miss Shea, Secretary of Mr. Bradley ....,,
Mr. Nelson, Assistant Principal ,,,......
Mr. Patterson, a teacher ..4..... ,
Miss Pike, a teacher ..........
Bill, a student . .,.......,,. .
Miss Eggleston, a teacher ,....
Miss Iohnson, a teacher ...,
Mr. Vecchitto, a parent ,...,.
Henry Aldrich, a student ......
Barbara Pearson, a student ,,..
Gertie, a student ..,..........
Mr. Bradley, The principal ....
Miss Wheeler, a teacher ,..,..
George Bigelow, a student ..............
Mrs. Aldrich, Henry's mother ,,...,4......
Mr. Ferguson, From police headquarters ..,,
Mary, a student. . . .....,..........,... . . . .
Act l: The principals office in Central High
Act ll: The same. The following morning.
Act III: The same. An hour later.
. . . .Sue Brummett
. . . .Imogene Isringhausen
, . . .Tom Feyerabend
. . . . . ,Doris lean Cope
. , . . . . , . .Melvin Welch
. . . .Wayne Campbell
. . . . . . . .Doris Mains
. . . .Mildred Spriggs
. , . . .Donna lean Peter
. . . . . . .Gene Prosser
. . . .Peggy Shortal
. . .Morrison Skinner
. . . . .Dorothy Downey
School. A morning in spring.
Response . . .
My Projects ...,.,
Alfalfa in lllinois.
. Iohn Randolph
. ..Gene Murphy
. . Louis H. Lock
.. . Harry Nelson
.. F. H. Markman
. . . .Louis N. Heider
PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE BAN QUET
MARCH 15. 1945
Latin American Poetry ....
Latin American Music .
Charro Days . .
Solo-"Begin the Beguine". . . .
.. .Homer Dolan
.. .Sue Brummett
. . . .Iocole Bagley
FATHER AND SON BANQUET "BO" CLUB ATHLETIC BANQUET
FEBRUARY 20 I 5 MARCH 28. 1945
Welcome Address, .. ..,.,..,..... ..... P at Gibbons
Principal .,,........,. ,..., M r. Markman
President of Board .... .... Mr. Cope
Basketball Captain. . . ...,. Gene Murphy
Football Captain . . ..Iohn Randolph
Boys' Chorus .... ,.,,..,,..,................, M usic
Athletic Director ,...,...., ....,,..,,.. M r. Creamer
State Supervisor of Physical Education .,...... . ..
. . . .Mr. Raymond Duncan
APRIL iz, 1945
Toastmistress ..,. ....,
Group singing .....
Toast to Mothers ..,.
Response of Mothers..
Poems of the Home. . .
Iolly Spats of Home Life
Patriotism at Home ..
. Eunice Ansell
.. .Doris lean Cope
, . . . . . . .Doris Medford
Mrs. Ioseph Fessler
. . Therisa Phelan
, . Elva Spangle
, . . . .Leona Stanton
uture Home Makers
Remarks... . . ..,....... .F. H. Markman "Star Spangled Banner"
MAY 10. 1945
Invocation ............... Miss Rebecca Newcomb
The Colonel ......, ..... . Mr. Paul Connolly
The Sunny South . .. ....... Mr. Charles Henson
Southern Hospitality .. .... Miss Margaret Shortal
Old Folks at Home ...,,...... Mrs. Clarence Schmidt
Southland Songs ..........,....... Miss Marjorie Vinz,
Miss Dolores Little, Mr. Edward Bunse, Mr.
Donald Chappell, Miss Martha Burch.
Iunior "Fall I"rolic" ................ November 17, 1944
Theme: Thanksgiving-those dear old Puritan
Dames and Gents
Don't forget the Duck Hunter's Hop!
Sophomore "Swing Session" ..,..... December 19, 1944
Theme: Santa Claus Parade
Didn't we all enjoy the Teddy Bear Roll and the
Snow Ball Bounce!
"GO" Club Dance ....................., Ianuary 9. 1945
Theme: "You Gotta Be a Football Hero"
Freshman "Sweetheart Ball" ,........ Febmary 13. 1945
Theme: Dance of the Hearts
Remember? ?--Lover's Leap Swing and Cupid's
Quiver CBoys' Tagjt
Senior "Spring Dance" .................. April 3. 1945
Theme: "In the Spring a young man's fancy
lightly turns to-Iyou knowl,
The Moonlight really adds romancel
Iunior and Senior Prom .................. May 10. 1945
Theme: Plantation Party
Ye Southern Belles and Country Gentlemen really
added festivity to a festive orcasion
I I !Real Orchestra! What a treat! !l
Mr. Lawrence Allen Mr. Homer Roberts
CMr. William Shawl
flvlr. Abraham Lanel
To Mr. Homer Roberts and Mr. Lawrence Allen, who were unable to spend
the entire year with us, we owe a great debt of thanks for their splendid
co-operation and untiring efforts. Their tasks, which included an infinite
number of small jobs, were handled with much skill and careful consideration.
Their successor, Mr. William Shaw, has taken over their responsibility
and is keeping our buildings in good condition. Although he has been handi-
capped in taking the place of two experienced men, he has done a fine job.
On May lst, Mr. Abraham Lane began his new duties as janitor. His
assistance has been a great help for Mr. Shaw and they are both doing a fine
job at I. T. H. S.
This spider carefully scans our "I" to determine "which merchant is not
advertising so he can go to that store, spin his web over the door. cmd lead a
life of undisturbed peace afterward".
1 -' as is
May VVC CXPFCSS
MR. BERT O. BELL
A real friend of our school
INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING CO.
care in making cuts for our "I"
MR. CLAUDE SMITH
for his amazing ingenuity
his infinite patience
so unstintingly extended
to grateful Seniors
MR. I. W. PATTERSON
helpful suggestions and cooperation
THE INDIVIDUALS who posed for
our division page pictures
DAVID MOLLOY COMPANY
covers for our Annuals
who through their kindness and
generosity have helped to make
this record of 1945 a reality.
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
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Freshman: "I don't know."
Sophomore: "I'm not prepared."
Iunior: "I don't remember."
Senior: "I don't believe I can add any-
thing to what has been said."
Bill Landon: "Mary dearest, I'm burning
with love for you."
Mary Taylor: "Come now, my Romeo, don't
make a fuel of yourself."
Florist: "Well, so you want to say it with
flowers. Say, about two dozen?"
Wayne Campbell: "No, make it half a doz-
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Standing in the aft part of the ship with
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to recover some scraps of food that had been
thrown from the galley.
"What a beautiful pigeon," exclaimed
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Phone 5 I 4
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ferry Howell, in Iapan, wrote to Pat Gib-
bons, saying, "I don't know if this letter will
ever arrive, because the lapanese censor may
open it." A week later Ierry received a note
from the Iapanese post office saying, "The
statement in your letter is not correct. We do
not open letters."
Russell Sinclair: "Since I met you I can't
eat, I can't sleep, I can't drink."
Gloria Hunter Cshylyl: "Why not?"
Russell: "I'm broke!"
Miss Bandy: "Iackie, translate 'Rex Fugit'."
Iackie Spieglemanz "The king flees."
Miss Bandy: "You should use 'has' in
translating the perfect tense."
Iackie: "The king has flees."
Geraldine Kiel: "Should I marry a man
who lies to me?"
Maxine Wock: "Do you want to be an
Glenn Leach: "I hear they're going to fight
the battle of Bunker Hill over again,"
Dick Long: "Why?"
Glenn: "It wasn't fought on the level,"
Bill Wilsoni "My acting in this play will
put me in the foremost rank."
Sue Brummett: "Yes, right up with the
four most rank actors."
Charles Henson: "Thanks for the hug."
Doris Mains: "The pressure was all mine."
AUSTIN COPE 8x SON
OLIVER FARIVI EQUIPMENT
Sales and Service
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793 Wearing International Shoes
keeps International Factories
busy - a good reason, but
here is a better . . . Interna-
tional Shoes are unexcelled
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The War Effort and You-
Public Service Company
East Tire Sales
Sinclair Gas 8: Oil
N. State Street Phone 5 I 6
The Vogue Shop
READY TO WEAR
Jersey County Home
A Professional Organization
Office 116 W. Pearl Phofne 164
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Leona Stanton: "You dumb looking dope!
You idiotic bore, you! lust the sight of you turns
my stomach! I wish you'd fall dead! Oh, I
could push you in a cage of raging lions!"
Alfred Bedinger: "You mean you don't
Coach Creamer: "lf I have talked too long
its because I haven't my watch with me and
there's no clock in the room."
Bill Wimmersberg: "Theres a calendar
right behind you."
Orlan Cornelius: "What's your favorite sum-
Bob Bregenzer: "Canoeing! It improves my
We have been told that Wilma Collins
has added more mirrors to her room so she
can be surrounded by the people she loves
Harry Nelson: "Do you know anything about
Gene Murphy: "My father raised a big
Harry: "You're telling me?"
Miss Metz: "Now remember that thinking
is said to draw the blood to the head."
Roger Goetten: "Is that why, when you
think twice about some things, you get cold
Ernest Palmer, Manager
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E. H. Sauer
Diamonds ' Watches
Fine Watch Repairing
Jersey County Farm
Food Will Win the War
and Write the Peace
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Dealers in Grain, Feed, Flour
Why not Trade with Your Own
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lVIcCIusky 784w3 jerseyville I93
School and Office Supplies
Gifts, Stationery, Novelties
Ryan Book Store
Five to One Dollar Store
Something different all the time
Good looking clothes
Good looking girls
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Mary Iean Thompson: "Why the toothpaste
in your coat lapel?"
Bert Chappee: "It's my class pin-I'm going
"This," explained Mr. I-Ieider, "is one of the
most dangerous explosives known. If I am
wrong in my experiment we are liable to be
Kindl com alittle
blown through the roof. ' y e
Closer, so that you can follow me better."
Ioe Holland: "We play music when we milk
1 Glenn Higgins: "And the way this tastes you
must have played 'Ole Man Ftiver',"
Doris Medford: "Where are you going to
Dorothy Campbell: "Let's eat up the street."
Doris: "No, I don't like asphalt."
Kenneth Smith: I guess you've gone out
with worse looking fellows than I am, haven't
Kenneth, a little louder, "I say, I guess
you've gone out with worse looking fellows
than I am, haven't you?"
Patsy Kadell: "I heard you the first time.
I was trying to think."
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104 North State Jerseyville, Illinois
Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry
l Clocks - Music
Watch Repair i' Engraving
I06 N. State St. jerseyville, Ill.
I89l if Sir 1945
Jacoby Brothers, Inc.
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BAKERS or FINE PASTRIES
A. M. HEISLER, Prop.
Phone 120 Jerseyville, Ill.
THE lVlEN'S AND BOYS'
Establish I 864
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Dorothy Downey: "I don't see why he dates
herg she's a terrible dancer."
Barbara Brummett: "No, she can't dance,
but she sure can intermission."
Ioanne House: "Why doctor, you told me to
show you my tongue, but you haven't even
looked at it!"
Doctor: "No-it was only to keep you quiet
while I wrote out this prescription."
Tom Lock: "I like a girl who can take
Ora Strunk: "Then you stand a splendid
chance of being accepted."
"I turned the way I signaled," said Doris
Gier indignantly after the crash.
"I know it," retorted Bob Shaw, "that's
what fooled me,"
Miss Vance: "Eddy, I'm only punishing you
because I love you."
Eddy Schell: "I wish I were big eenough
to return your love."
Mrs. Hallett: "Lot was warned to lake his
wife and daughter and flee out of the country.
Lot and his wife and daughter got safely away."
Bob Hardwick: "What happened to the
"The Home Newspaper of
U ' O
"Devoted to Home Interests"
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
EXIDE and GOODYEAR BATTERIES
300 South State St. Phone 39
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Barber 8z Beauty Shoppe
Hollmann's Dry Goods
and Gift Store
Elsye Hollmann, Prop.
II6 N. Stare Street
Concrete Brick 8: Building Blocks
Dealers in Coal
SPECIAL RATES ON QUANTITY
F armer's Elevator
F. A. Beach
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A few weeks ago Paul Connolly was very
much in love. He wanted to marry Imogene
Isringhausen but being a shy lad, he could not
find the courage to ask her. After much
thought, he asked her in a whisper one noon,
"Imogene, how would you like to be buried
with my people?"
Morris Long says: "Boots are what a man
wants to die in so he won't stub his toes
when he kicks the bucket."
Bernard Willis: "Last night I dreamed that
I asked the most beautiful girl in the world to
Pat Howell: "Really, and what did I say?"
Iohn Bray: "Women don't interest me any-
moreg I prefer the company of my fellow men."
Leon Iackson: "Move overg I'm broke too."
Kenneth Fearno: "Why are those trees in
the orchard all bent over?"
Charles Powers: "You'd be bent over too if
you were full of green apples."
Billy Flamm was hurrying to school, and as
he hurried he prayed, "Dear God, don't let me
be late-please, God, don't let me be late."
Iust then as he ran he stumbled, and ex-
claimed, "Well, you don't need to shove!"
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T. W. Kirby and Son
104 South State St. Phone 32
C. and A. Grocery
Phone 333 Jeraeyville, Illinois
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C H E V R O L E T
Sales and Service
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QUALII Y PETROLEUM PRODUCTS S106 '49
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JERSEY coumv FARM SUPPLY co. Ae, -TA
When You Buy Insurance 4K . . . SEE . . .
YouWantittobeReliable 'K Ira Cottingham
And at a Reasonable Price 'Y jerseyville, Illinois
Horn Insurance Agency
205 North State Street 009 Jerseyville, Illinois
Phones: Office 6lW - Residence 474W
David Schaferi "I want to buy a pencil." Edward Duggan: "What is yo o p
Mrs. Woodman: "Hard or soft?" tion?"
David: "Hard It's for a stiff exam." Bill Hansen: "I'm a locksmithf'
Edward D: "Then what were you doing in
Regina Ruyle was visiting an insane asy- that gambling house when the police raided
Ium. While passing the big clock in the hall- it?"
way, she glanced at her watch and remarked, Bill: "I was making a bolt for the door,"
"That clock must be a little off."
"Sure, it is," a patient volunteered, "it Billy Garber says: "The Grand Canyon
wouldn't be here if it werent" a cite tl'1at's simply gorgesf'
Wh t f d d
Phone us for all your a evef yciur oo nee S are'
. you ll find them here.
FOOD NEEDS Sam s Grocery
F . R . IVI I I.. L E R
Hardware, Paints, Farm and Carden Seeds
Phone 507 JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS North State Street
SHELL GASOLINE Sf? FIRESTONE TIRES
VULCANIZING Compliments RECAPPINC
Munsterman 8: Sons
Fresh meat all summer .... D with a
Fresh vegetables all winter . . . Q RINGHAUSEN FROZEN
Fresh food the year round . . . FOOD I-OCKER
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THE FAMILY THEATRE
SUPPORT EACH FIGHTING MAN
BUY ALL THE BONDS YOU CAN
Miss Murray: "What do you think of the
Mr. Bersche: "I try not to think of it. I'm
too easily frightened."
Mrs. Hallett: "Where is the Mason-Dixon
Howard Sandburg: "The Mason-Dixon Line
is the division between "you-all" and "youse
Herbert Whiteside says: "Marriage is the
greatest cause for divorce."
Miss Orr: "Construct a sentence using the
Robert Campbell: "We can't have archaic
and eat it, too."
Miss Vance: "What is the most interesting
and outstanding product chemistry has given to
Dwight Munsterman: "Blondes,"
Melvin Houseman: "You look sweet enough
Dorothy Feyerabend: "I do eat. Where shall
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Compliments of the
G a m b I e S t o r e
IO7 S. State Street Jerseyville, Ill.
The Friendly Store"
Gubser Funeral Home
Phones: Day 107-Night 14
North Liberty Street .lerseyville
Herbert W. Gubser-Phone 260
No charge for Funeral Home Accommodations
Quality - Service - Economy
Bertman' s Department
"A Good Store in a Good Town"
HERBERT C. BERTMAN, Mgr.
John G. F lautt
JOHN DEERE QUALITY
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Why not . . .
Laugh . ..
Eat . ..
Drink . ..
At Ware's Drug Store
Music Shop and
HOME COOKED FOOD
HOME MADE PUB
Mary and Marie
Mrs. French: "Robert, I dor1't believe you
are trying very hard in school."
Robert: "Yes, I am. Mr. Tuthill says I'm
the most trying boy in school."
Harold Beach: "I just got a check from
Paul Cory: "Then pay me that five dol'
lars you owe me."
Harold. "Wait till I tell you the rest of
Mr. Bersche: "Now, class, we'll see what a
hard nut we have to crack-Randolph, please
Miss Orr: "Donald, use the word 'ransom
in a sentence."
Donald Walsh: "When she drew her re-
volver, I ransom."
Mrs. Searls: "Why don't you answer me?"
Donald Sears: "I did. I shook my head."
Mrs. Searls: "But you don't expect me to
hear it rattle way up here, do you?"
Miss Newcomb, rapping on desk, "Order,
Gene Murphy, "Make mine toast and
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Al. J. Schleper
Shoes For All The Family
Manning 8: Manning
MANNING MEALS - LARRO FEEDS
POULTRY and EGGS
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Harry Recllich 1 Jacobs
CONTRACTOR 7 LUMBER and CoAL COMPANY
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Plumbing and Heating More Than 50 Years
ll'0l'l Fireman Stokers of Dependable Service
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Western t -
, 1 MCGUlF6,S Grocery
Auto Associate Store 1 .Y F . d t M I T.
' Ou rle
ACCESSORIES - PARTS 1 I n a " 'me
Tires - Batteries - Radios - Bicycles 44 "' b
Men's Clothing Sporting Goods i
Home Owned Dan T. Edwards, Jr. Phone 30 ik We Deliver
Mr. Tuthill: "And always remember never Miss Holmes: "Now, Albert, if I substract
to go in the water after a hearty meal." 20 from 45, what's the difference?"
Hugh Snelli "Gosh no, you'll never find it Alflefl Sfemvsr "Thurs Whcl I SUV- Who
lean Stanley: "He's so romantic. Every time I Clyde Wlelcndl uWhC1Y do YOU think Of mY
he speaks to me he says, 'Fair Lady'." Volce?
Evelyn Tucker: "There's nothing romantic in Mlldfgd 5959955 nh might Come in hQndY in
thatg he used to be a street-car Conductor." C059 Of flfe-
Mrsl B,-Gy: "Why are You taking that Ruth Kirchner: "Have you heard the latest
whistle with you tonight, Doris?" gossip?"
Doris: "I have a date with a basketball MQW Ccllhefine CGM? UNO-H
player." Ruth: "Well, then I guess there isn't any."
Q Compliments of
, Opal's Beauty Shop
Bert s Hardware Store 5
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C O N O C O I Jerseyville
YOUR MILEAGE MERCHANT 7 Monument Company
G, W, CHURCH, Mgr. Our work is done for those who
i love and who remember
jerseywue 'H' Iihiwls Quality Granite Memorials
Miss Orr: "Iunior, have you done your out-
side reading yet?"
Iunior Long: "No, it's been too cold."
Miss Metz: "Really, Fred, your handwriting
is terrible. You must learn to write better."
Fred Glassbrenner: "Well, if l did, you'd
be finding fault with my spelling."
Milton Houseman: "That forward is going
to be our best man next year,"
Doris Iennings: "Oh, Milton, this is so sud-
Pat Gibbons: "The next time you contra-
dict me, l'm going to kiss you."
Doris lean Cope: "You are not."
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It is a pleasure to announce that the Class of I945
of the jersey Township High School has again
chosen me as their Commercial Photographer
for the Publication of their edition of
BERT O. BELL
I do not Steal, But Take Everything
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lack Pivoda: "This book tells how to be
popular with the girls."
Louis Koeller: "It does! What kind of a car
does it recommend?"
Miss Holmes: lafter finishing a long alge-
bra probleml, "And so we find x equals zero,"
Paul Bechtold: "All that work for nothing,"
lean Allen: "I've an awful lot of electricity
in my hair."
Priscilla Bell: "I don't doubt it. You always
have such shocking things on your mind."
Marcella Cope Cusheringll "How far down
do you want to sit?"
Mr. Smith: "Why, all the way, of course."
Reese Drug Store
Drugs with a Reputation
DRY GOODS and READY-TO-WEAR
We Give and Redeem EAGLE Stamps
Stanley's News Stand
is always willing to cooperate
"Call us when you want a
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Donald Beatty and Iunior Boushka, busis
ness partners, were at the theatre. Suddenly,
Iunior turned to Donald, and said, "Oh! I for-
got to lock the safe!"
"Whats the elif?" Donald replied, "Ain't
we both here?"
Mr. Brummett: "I'1l teach you to make love
to my daughter!"
Bill Wilson: "I wish you wouldg I'm not mak-
ing any headway myself."
City Editor: "So you want a job as a re-
Peggy Griffin: "Yes, sir."
Editor: "Have you ever told a lie?"
Peggy: "No, sir, but I'm willing to learn."
Miss Vance: "Doris, how many times have
I told you to get to this class on time?"
Doris Ford: "I don't know, I thought you
were keeping score,"
Cleta Ftetzer: "Can you keep a secret,
Verna Lee Ruyle: "Sure I can, but it's
just my luck to tell things to girls who can't."
Clyde Powderly: "Why is a young couple
making love on the beach like a bull-dog
on a cake of ice?"
Doris Iune Tucker: "I give up."
Clyde: "Because it's dog-on-nice."
WE'LL SERVE YOU
A MEAL OR A SANDWICH
IT'S A PLEASURE
Market Your Cream the Co-op Way!
The Patron Gets the Profit
Jersey County Producers'
CROSS AND GIBBONS
C. A. POWEL
Skelgas and Home Appliances
IZI W. Pearl St. Phone 400
jersey State Bank Member of Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation
Spend less than you earn
lnvest your Savings
In War Bonds and Stamps
Your Banker will help.
Jersey State Bank
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
lane Stanley: "Do you believe that dark-
haired men marry first?"
Mary Holland: "No, it's the light-headed
Bob Bregenzer: "She's always looking for
ci man who'll give her the shirt off his back."
Betty Gross: "She's a golddigger?"
Bob: "No, a loundressf'
Gene Prosser: "I quarreled with Paul. I
should have beaten him black and blue if I
hadn't been prevented."
Bernard Spangle: "Who prevented you?"
Kenneth Boram fat the moviesl: "Can you
see all right?"
Betty Hutchinson: "Yes,"
Kenneth: "ls there a draft on you?"
Kenneth: "Is your seat comfortable?"
Kenneth: "Will you change places with
Bill fennings: "I got a real kick out of kiss-
ing Rita last night."
Tommy: "Any more than usual?"
Bill: "Yes, the old man caught me."
Hamblen' s Grocery
FRESH MEATS 0 VEGETABLES
Across from the Courthouse
Phone 2 7 7
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ARTISTIC FUNERAL DESIGNS
Dul-ladway and Suddes
During the rush for gasoline ration coupon
registration, Miss Newcomb looked up from her
table, grinned at Chris Ringhausen standing be-
fore her, application in hand, and said, "Well,
after all these years, I'm finally able to give
you an A."
Rose Schroeder: "Now tell me the truth-
do you men like the talkative women as well
as you do the other kind?"
Pete Skinner: "What other kind?"
Kenny Beach: "May I kiss you?"
Betty Rohlfing: "I-Ieavensl Another am-
Cutting Agency, Inc.
Mrs. Florence A. White, Pres.
1 862-1 945
83 years of Insurance Service
Jos. F. C. Schell's Sons
Plumbing, Steam, I-lot Water, Warm Air
Heating, Oil Burners 6: Stokers
Phones: Office 480, Residence 478
Irene Ringhausen: "Eleanor Yates has an
income tax figure."
Virginia Lageman: "What do you mean "
Irene: "She should be arrested for not filling
out her form."
Donald Chappell: "Are you fond of nuts?"
Sue Brummett: "Is this a proposal?"
Truman Garland: "I'm mad at Masief'
Iim Burge: "Why?"
Truman: "She asked me if I danced."
limi "Whats so insulting about that?"
Truman: "I was dancing with her when she
DR. H. R. BOHANNON
DR. B. M. BREWSTER
LOUIS H. BROCKMAN
DR. B. CAFFREY
VIRGIL j. CAMPBELL
COPE'S BARBER SHOP
DR. H. C. WORCESTER
LELA'S BEAUTY SHOP
W. j. TWOMEY-Monuments
DR. A. M. WII-ES
WAYNE V. WILLIAMS
WIMPY'S HAMBURGER SHOP
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Bill Randolph. "My brothers gone into the Bill: UNO, he leeds them one day ancl
pig business. Hes raising fancy hogs." starves them the next,"
Kenneth Eadsi "Whats he planning on- Kenneth: 'iWhy does he do that?"
showing them at fairs?" Bill "Thats the way people like bacon-a
strip of fat and then a strip of lean."
THE STRENGTH OF A BANK is determined by
its history, its policy, its management and
the extent of its resources.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS the State Bank of
jerseyville has been in the forefront of
jerseyville ancl jersey County Finance.
THE STATE BANK OF JERSEYVILLE
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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Dorothy Iean Feyerabencl: "Thats the sort of Doris lean Cope: "Me, too, but you go
man l've been looking for all my life." ahead, dear, you've been looking longer than
I have "
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L-a-d-i-e-s and G-e-n-t-l-e-m-e-n,
and now in the center ring we present our Grand Finale. Introducing: Diane Creamer, Equestrienne Princess:
' ' ter Supreme, Tommy Schmidt, Merrymaker Extraordinary, and Claudia Smith, Queen
Ste hen Tuthlll, Rmgmas
h Wire. We thank you.
of the Hig
On a slipllgry field
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Thursday F 01' Second
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Pittsfield ----- 1 0 3 1'000
Winchester ---- .1 0 1 1'0O0
JERSEYVILLE 0 0 1 1'000
Roadhouse ---- 0 ff 0 'OOO
White Hall ---- 0 1 0 1000
Greenfield --S--.0 .
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Pittsfield at Whfte Han
Pleasant Hill at RoodhouS6
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Program mem, Tf1c1SLyCEnflEtlh
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Several students of the Jersey lgfnnllfl-Q01 of
wnship High School will take, L 'gill Very, Paul
in a panel discussion at th 'Uh '
e "J, Fm. ,
meeting' of the Educational ,nd John P11 fx . HM 1
of th " '
e Jelseyvllle lVOlTlZlll,S . C?"'bH1c
which will he held at Chap- hint JU'
Hall on Monday evening, 'I total
om , a mem- mn Ulfl DL
of the JTHS-'faculty, will 111- nk ff 1-nl ui
the program. Present Con- ,hhu fm!
in France will he discussed ' llfdvfl
,bys Kenneth Boram, Glenn ' , tml C172
ang.. calendar n.,i,iic
held tglfjfr and
Eh School 1astlx'g5'cTo
The aim Sm'Ved l
Tl 1 -
'50 Al I
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Elvenlb A, 0 W
Da S, Wbcne Mu ,
,rseyvllle Wins First Game
gl m garlinville l-light 135-29
er Rally Ties Roocl
' . i '
Miss Patsy Howell, daughtie .zbf
1.1 udge and Mrs. Fred W. How ,
has been selected as Ed1tor-iif1-
hief of the "J" staff, the annual
earbook of the Jersey Township
I igh School, edited and published
-. '?' 5 ' A 1. if the senior class of the school.
Games T0 Hardin ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' . The members of the staff were
V Carrollton A VACATION IN SPORTS ' nnounced this week and are as
5 The polio quarantine in Jerseyville has stopped comple ollowsg Patsy Howell, editor-in-
k- ll sports activity until October 30. No league bowling took pl hie'f5 Doris Medfprdf administra'
U if ' st week and as there are no pin boys on hand the owners i-on editor? Jane and Jean Stanley'
ville won its first gamel
he.Jerseyville Bowling Alley have decided .to close 'the do
ntil the quarantine is lifted.
Jersey T0fVnShip High School 'officials have cancelled
a1'1'0l1t0n, VYh1te Hall and Winchester football gwames. All th
expense of Carlinville but:
i Hardin 50-30 Thursday
nd Carrollton, 36 to 26 Fri-
enior editorsg Dorothy Campbell,
unior editorg Dorothy Lanham,
ophomore editorg Betty Hutchin-
on, freshman editorg Sue Brunrgg
iet and Homer Dolan, art edil
it ,K it amss were eflglnally Scheduled forvthe local field aifdfwith' J orsg Clyde Powderly and Patil,
The Victory C n eyville showing a lot of promise in their first two games t ' ory, sports editorsg Kenneth Bot-6
Jersey To High ould have drawn good crowds for these engagements, .- m,Donalgl Beatty, Do'rothyFeyer1-j
Panthers 4 lin- leasant Hill and Pittsfield are left on the Panther schedule . bend, and Imogene Isfinghausenv
esday 'emi we oth games are away. Perhaps some or all three of the pogtpo usiness Managers, John Cor '
defe K, X043 imma ames can be played. Games might possibly be worked in ehlls' chauimaii' Betty Gross?
L C555 Q X959 Qoev onday nights with perhaps one game scheduled for Thanksg gms Bray, Dick Long, Dons
SQ was V OKX o 5 - . - U ier, Doris Fe-ssler, Glenn Leach,
sp Q we sa ws e 0 9 e. KYKA iyzr JWJ- ,Kar-5,77 A .Q avelyn Tucker, Gladys Kanallakan,
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Sixteen Athletes To
nd Bernard Spangle, Circulation
llanagersg Photographic editor,
'arold Beachg Day-by-day-editor,
sther Lynng Typists, Betty Mar-
in, Bette Willis, Patsy Kadell, and
etti Rohlfingg Mechanical de-
art ent, Pat Gibbons and Dick
I urston, and Activity editor,
is 99 2,
Receive Cage Letters
ary Holland. A I I
uarantine Cn Persons
I Years Qld ln Jersey
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e BANQUET AT HDTEL
The annual U60 Club"' banquet
1 and dance of the Jersey T0WnSh1P
A High School was held Wednesday
, ' , March 28, at six-thirty
th Honor Siciiigliilgat the Jersey Hotel in this
li SClIleSlQ2l' city. 'Covers were laid fOr one
hundred and one guests-
The dining tables were arrang-
ed and decorated to represent 2
r . .
,?w.,:J,..,,.,..?,. i.,. rv: -+f.,A.5-'Lan' 4 - W Y ""'t""'
At .ITHS Thursday
Covers were arranged for forty
guests at the annual Pan-Ameflee-H
fiesta held in the music room at
the Jersey Township High School
on Thursday evening, March 15'
The banquet was given by the
Pan-American League for Its
members and a few guests-
Jonquils, gay fiesta napkins and
cactus leaflets were used in the
Schools Dismissed Until
October 30. State Police-
To Assist In 'Enforce-
ment Of Regulations., i
Quarantine regulations affect-
ing all students under the juris-
diction of Jerseyville city schools,
all pre-school children and young
people under the age of twenty-
one were adopted Wednesday, Oc-
totier 11, in an effort to stop an
outbreak of' infantile paralysis
. I , .E . . - . U .., Q. Miniatu - 'tpoliornyelitisj in this community.
' 1 students of the Jersey Town-
St Francis Paloch
ton school are.
1 S Ind win
5 ii ' h School, Jerseyville
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