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

 - Class of 1934

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51 JOHN 'HERRIOTT WANDA BAIER GAYLE FIELDING DOROTHY PECK DALE BEAVER MARY DONALDSON HAROLD DAHLQUIST FLOYD PITZER ARCHIBALD THOMPSON WILMA BAIFR to get along very well. He has played football, basketball and jokes steadily for four years. He is very proficient in the art of making speeches, maybe it's because it is such a long way from his seat to the front of the assembly and he has plenty of time to organize his material. He is to be commended for his work especially when the other boys were ineligible and he and Coon took over the Captainacy. Some boy! EDNA BURGER: For pure fun, run around with "Breezy", She's a clevah lil' gal and the qualities which won for her her name have also won her much fame in school. Her "Ma at the Basketball Game" will never be forgotten and her charm- ing personality has gained many lasting friendships for "Breezyy'. FRANK DAHLQUIST: Ham is a bashful boy-sometimes. He's another star athlete who also has a yen for Sophomores. He has been an officer of our class several times and has never failed to do his duty by his school. Good boy, Ham. MARJORIE GRIEST: Also a member of the well-known threesome. Marj is quite a basketball star, tossing 'em in almost as well as Beaver. She also figures in the music and Home Ec. department. Although she transferred here from Hoopeston early in her Freshman year she is a loyal Milfordian. WILMER EIBEN: Bill happens to be a strong rival of Cotton Haxton,s for the honor of being Senior jester. He has made a good showing in athletics during his career at M. T. H. S. playing football and basketball. CLYDE BACHMAN: Clyde is a quiet boy, but his dry jokes never fail to get a laugh. He has been an active member in the Ag Club and like his brother, Frank, rakes in the coin at the judging contests. His desk in the assembly is always sur- rounded by uspeakersi'-he,s quite a boyl GAYLE FIELDING: It seems that Pick can get more places in a minute than most of us can in an hour. He's always "on the go". He has a keen sense of humor Page Tlmtrer

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Q' i THOMPSON VELMA MC KEE LE ROY HAXTON EDNA BURGER FRANK DAHLQUIST MARJORIE GRIEST WILMER EIBEN CLYDE BACHMAN HOXVARD ADWELL FREDA HUBNER whole hearted in her enthusiasm for all school activities. GLENN GOSSETT: Glenn has a great reputation as a "woman hater". He himself made this statement. "I donyt know much about girls". However, he knows his stuff when it comes to athletics. He has been out for both football and basket- ball and is a star on our track team. KATHLEEN SLOAN: K-K'K'Katyf-a very busy little girl. She has tak- en part in practically all outside activities except football. and if there had been a girls' team. she would have been there. too. She ranges from the athletic to the domestic and forms the other half of our cheer leading organization. ROY XVILLIAMS: "Horse" was in school only part of the year. but believe me. everybody knew it, when he was here. just ask the teachers in the assembly. He was an active member of the football squad and helped bring home the bacon for M. T. H. S. LUCILLE STEWART: Lucille is a quiet girl but she's a "stout fellow". She never misses a football or basketball game and always backs the school with every thing she has. GORDON THOMPSON: "Alasl Alaslu. cries jiggs. when he graduates. "How can I ever write notes anymore or play football or do Algebra problems." "Alas. Alas." cries the spirit of M. T. H. S. "what will the teachers do? No one will sing 'Good morning. dear teacher' to them anymore." VELNIA MC KEE: "Red" is one of three. She transferred here from Gary High School in her Sophomore year. Since she had spent the earliest years of her life here in Milford it didn't take her long to get acquainted all over again. She has been very active in school and a hard working member of the Reveille stag. ROY HAXTON: Despite Cottonis attraction for Sophomores he manages l'.i3r lixilmr'



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as he sees a Joke rn everythrng ffor reference ask Spudj He rs also qurte musrcal as he can play at least a half dozen rnstruments as well as srng HOWARD ADWELL Buck rs wardrobe mrstress and bookrng agent for the football and basketball teams He studres very drlrgently when he rsn t passrng out gum to all hrs nerghbors especrally the grrls and puttrng tacks rn seats FREDA HUBNER Freda has not taken an actrve part rn the school lrfe but she spends her trme rn studyrng and grgglrng mth Dot She may be a farmer s daughter but she rs certarnly preparrng for a busmess career She plunks away farth fully at a typewrrter every day and knows her shorthand rlght out of the book JOHN HERRIOTT Johnny T rs such an rndustrrous boy He loves to work Physrcs problems etc He has been a farthful member of several athletrc squads but he never has enough energy left to stand up when speakrng to some of hrs pals WILMA BAIER Wrlma rs the other twrn In sprte of the fact that her great est rnterest rsn t rn school thrs year she has spared us enough trme to ard rn the srng mg and other school affarrs She can sometrmes be seen wearrng as many as srx wrrst watches oh' It s qurte all rrght she rs only keeprng trme for one of tht Freshman Home Ec Club basketball games DALE BEAVER Krck Em over and Shoot Em rn Beyer Here s the star that all lrttle boys hrtch therr wagons to And rf they don t get loose they 11 surely go somewhere Dale has been an out standrng athlete durrng all of hrs four years MARY DONALDSON Nrta IS the thrrd of the Three Mrrsketeers There couldn t resrst the pull and here she rs a memb r of Home Ec Club and a loyal booster HAROLD DAHLQUIST Jerry rs another of the famous Dahlqurst basket ball players He says that he can t srng but don t let hrm fool you He was rn the operetta hrs first year and made a very elegant gypsy but he gave up hrs career as an actor to become a basketball star Although a broken arm rn hrs unror year was qurte a hrndrance to hrm and has kept hrm from makrng the varsrty squad he never gave up and was the old farthful of M T H S ARCH THOMPSON Archre has been on the varsrty basketball team all hrs four years He only played football thrs last year but from all appearances he would have been a benefit to the team rn other years It rs so hard for Archre to obey hrs trarnrng rules and go to bed early FLOYD PITZER The Brng Crosby of the senror class and can he croon ' He also plays football berng Captarn of the team thrs year He was once a cheer leader However he gave up thrs professron and sought hrgher frelds such as operettas etc And now he s gorng to become a professronal farmer and do every thrng rn a brg way DOROTHY PECK Dot doesn t talk much but when she opens her mouth she emrts words of wrsdom She has been an actrve member of the Home Ec Club and has learned how to make herself very useful around a farm perhaps' WANDA BAIER Chrck rs one of the famous Barer tvrrns We ll leave rt up to you to decrde whrch one Shes been playrng her fiddle and excercrsrng her vocal cords rn the musrcal department very farthfully for four years and she can clrck out a pretty good tune on a typ wrrttr Prfr! , . . ' ff ' 77 fe ' 37 . . . , , , . ff 7, ' ' ' I 1 ' l . 1 ' ' ff ,Y , , . . . . - ' , , , , 0 . 1 - , . . . . , , was some doubt as to whether she would go to M. T. H. S. this year but she finally ' ' ' e . I , . , . , - 7 . lf ' ',Y ' ff WY . , , n I Q , . l re 37 v ' 7 .. , l l u - ,y - - V- a - . . , . . . . . . f J 'K' 'U 17 een

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