Milford Township High School - Reveille Yearbook (Milford, IL)

 - Class of 1934

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Milford Township High School - Reveille Yearbook (Milford, IL) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 15
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MR PLUMMER Adv. MARY SPURGIN DEWEY CASE ELEANOR WOOD OWEN COON EULA LESAGE GLENN GOSSETT KATHLEEN SLOAN ROY WILLIAMS LUCILLE STEWART MR. PLUMMER: As is the usual custom, the Seniors selected the principal of the school as their class advisor. Although this is Mr. Plummer's first year in M. T. H. S. he has become well acquainted with the students and helped us in many ways. We wish to take this opportunity to thank him for all he has done for us in helping to make possible this annual and safely steering us over all Senior difficul- ties. MARY SPURGIN: Spud is another musical member of the Senior class. She can pound out a better tune on the ivories than anyone here and has become an important hxture in the music department. She has been the "shining light" of the classroom. If one member of the class is breezy, Spud's surely a gale. DEWEY CASE: Whenever you see a little blue car go whizzing around the corner, thatis Dewey Case. Dewey transferred to Milford from Onarga. He has htted himself well into the mechanics of our school and has been a smooth run- ning cog this past year. ELEANOR WOOD: "Yea, Bearcats"-so says Ellie, the cheerleader. "I mormember it all"-so says Ellie the dramatic reader. "Can you feature that"- says Ellie the actress. Such a versatile girl in the line of speech, and friends-she has them by the score. An all around good sport is Ellie. OWEN COON: Bud Coon is the moniker he answers to and he hails from Woodland. We have only had the pleasure of seeing "Coon" on our football field and basketball floor for the last two years, but he certainly has rendered good service in that time. His well known giggle is almost as famous as the Dale Beaver haircut. EULA LE SAGE: Thirty-thousand Frenchmen can't be wrong and neither can one little girl. Eula is known all over school as a peppy booster and she is always Page Eleven

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