Milton Union High School - Blackhawk Yearbook (Milton, WI)

 - Class of 1945

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AGNEW Commercial-Whitewater State Teachers College B E Northwestein Uni versity M A GERTRUDE AXELSON History and Social Science Ch1CHgO Teacheis Co lege University of Chi Lago Ph B LEONORA CURLESS CMrs J Omce Secietary Whitewater State Teachers College B E GLADYS DRAKE QMRSD World History Milton College B A HELEN C HULL CMRSJ Librarian Milton College CARL F. ANDERSON Physical Education- University of Illinois, B. A. KENNETH A BABCOCK Vocal Music Milton College B A Oberlin College C H DORR Algebra Supervising pr1nc1pal Whltewater State Teachers College Umverslty of Wisconsin B A M A PAUL GREEN Vocatlonal Agriculture Milton College B A Unlversity of Wisconsm Cornell Unlversity DOROTHY M MAXSON English and Latin M11t0D College B A University of Wisconsin ROXA PRITCHETT KMRS J Instrumental Muslc Dubuque Academy Muslc Amerlcan Consel xatory of Muslc BEVERLY RUOSCH Physlcal Educatlon Blology Mxlton College B A BERNARD H WESTLUND Elementary SCISUCC Mxlton College B A Nqrthwestern Unlverslty Faculty EDWARD J ROOD Mathematlcs and Sclence Mxlton College B A Umxerslty of Colorado EDITH L STOCKMAN English and Business Practlce Mllton College B A J .rf 'J jg. HELENE P WILLEMS Home Economlcs The Stout Instltute B The Semor Class of 1945 submlts for your approval the 1945 Blackhawk In It you Wlll find convement summarles of the varlous act1v1t1es carrled on ln th1S school for the past year The Blackhawk Staff has performed a real serwce fol all students ln the school and It 13 thelr bellef that you wlll enyoy thls lssue of the Blackhawk not only for the present but also many tlmes 1n the future when you wlll peruse 1ts pages All of us vull remember xlvldly the frlendshlps formed here, and th1S year especlally vue feel the effect of the War and the several members of th1S year s class who are already 1n the SGFVICC May th1s book be of lastlng pleasure and xalue to you ln the years to come C H DORR -7... -ufm i any V l Q fl-fi. "A git- 80 Imtmztn mlfl 0114 P I'1rs1 1110111 Ill-tom flaw "l'111q1r C1xn1m1xt1f Bmwlx Dans lzlflz lllllll lxfw I' xpw nm utzmf 8 Xml my ffm- SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS William Weidner-Vera Jennings Dorothy Heinig Marian Lipke CLASSES 'f S JMU JUNIOR CI.Ass OFFICERS FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sztlzng Bette Anne Mullen Stttzng Edxxa1dStond'1ll Szttmg Shuley Stubbendick Back Rou, Gloria Haugom Betty Poxxeis Back Row Ramona Dunwell Leslie Striegl Juquelme Back Rou, Ray Dumxell Charles Rusch Carolyn Nlabson Donald Lukas Buidick 9 ,t, Q I 3 z, n .I , A I -v e 4 -at l A -- . .' 3, 4' , S " x 1 .- Av 1 R 41 Q- . . . I I , I Y V 6 Q . , Z .Q . ,. ' , ,, . - y . - y t Z ' 'I ' , v l . . ' . Senwrs ROBERT ALBRECHT BUD In that days feats H vroved the best man on the field Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 4 Stunt Show 1 H Y 12 Chef Club 4 ROBERT ANDERSON HUNK Lost ts our freedom when we submtt to women Transferred from Edgerton 2 FFA l234pres1ent 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Int a murals 2 3 4 Class Play 4 PHYLLIS ARNESON DAISY True to her work her word and her frtends Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Tr1 1 2 3 Home Ec C ub Greggxtes 3 Stunt Show F H A 3 4 treasurex vlce presldent 4 Crlmson Flash 4 ROBERT BURDICK BOB Best ts he lzlced who zs lzked by all Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Basket 1 2 3 Band 2 HIY 1 Stunt Show 1 Or chestra 2 Quartet 2 Foot ball 4 Blackhawk Staff 4 Octet 4 Class Play 4 DORIS BURHANS An mnocent face but you can never tell Home EC C1ub1F H A 4 Band 4 Stunt Show 1 GENE ANDERSON We fight out countrys a t es F FA 1 Dalry Herdsmanl Intramurals 1 2 3 Jr!! ff I I ALICE ARNDT Another fazr matden with eyes of blue Stunt Show 1 Greggltes 3 H A MAURICE BOND MORRIE I never hurry nor worry R O T C 1 Intramurals 2 CHARLOTTE BURHANS CHAR She has no heart the navy has tt Stunt Show 1 F H A 34 Intramurals 3 4 JAMES CAMPBELL CURLY A rare compound of oddrty froltc and fun To reltsh a yoke and regozce at a pun Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Football 3 4 chestra 12 Stunt Show 1 Octet 4 Class Play 3 SHIRLEY CARROLL Shes never too busy to be frzendly Intramurals l 2 3 4 Band 12 3 4 Home Ec Club 1 Stunt Show 1 F H A 3 Gleggltes 3 4 presldent 4 LEONARD DANGELO L P Men of few words are e best men Intlamurals 1 2 3 4 DOLORES DITTBERNER LOLLY Small and neat wmsome and sweet Transferred from Chapln Iowa 2 Greggltes 4 Trl Y 3 4 Class Play 3 JEAN FISH JEANNE Gaze mto her eyes and you ll see a lzttle angel Gaze longer and you ll see a lzttle amp Intramurals 1 2 3 4 man ager 2 3 Band 2 3 4 Trl Y 1 2 3 4 play 4 Stunt Show 1 Glrls trlo 3 Crlmson Flash 4 Student COUDC11 4 treasurer 4 Class Play 3 4. CLAUDIA GIFFORD GIFF Quiet and unobtrusive she goes her way. Band 2-3-4' Stunt Show 1' Tri-Y 1' F. H. A. 3' Gregg- ites 3-4' Crimson Flash 4' Blackhawk Staff 4. U 1 X , A I 4 Seniors ROLAND COATS ROLLIE God bless the man who ln vented sleep Intramurals 8 school manager 3 Hl Y 1 2 Football 4 Basketball 4 FRANK DANIELS DORSEY Every man has hrs hobby mme ts muszc Transferred from F0OtV1lle 3 Band 3 4 Code Club 3 Intramurals 4 GENEVIEVE EVERSON GENNY Never glum or out of sorts Always Jolly and fond of .sports Intramurals 1 2 3 a school manager 4 Trl 1 2 3 Home E Club Stunt Show 1 H A secretary 3 presldent Cleggltes 3 4 secretary Cllmson Flash 4 Class Play EAN FOX ever a care never tn a hurry Just one gzrl lS hzs only uorry Football 2 3 4 Class VICC Plesldent 1 2 3 Code Club 2 3 Stunt Show 1 ROTC 2 B nd 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 12 3 Student COUDC11 2 Blackh wk Staff 4 Boys Octet 4' Class Play ". EVELYN GILBERT EVIE Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Intramurals 2-3-4' Stunt Show 1' Tri-Y 3-4' Band 1' Semors ROBERT HAKE BOB Slou, as molasses rn January Fo1ens1cs 3 Class Play 3 Stunt Shovs 1 La lub 2 RUBY HAU OW UQRED Happy go lucky farthful and true Rubys a gzrl who never is blue Intramurals l 2 3 4 Stunt Show 1 Cheerleader 12 3 T1Y 1234 V1cep1s1 dent 3 secretary 2 play 4 cablnet 4 Blackhawk Stafi 4 Cumson Flash 4 Band Color Guard 4 ELIZABETH HULL Z Joyous and eager shes ln everythmg Band 1 2 3 4 Intramulals 2 3 4 Student Councll 1 2 Tr1Y1234 play4' G11ls T110 1 2 3 4 Debate team 3 4 Stunt Show 1 Blackhawk Staff 4 Crlmson Flash 4 Class Play 3 DEAN JOHNSON JOHN A Star? Well hes always out at nzght Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Foot ball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Stunt Show 1 MaJor U Club 4 H Y CLIFFORD JURGENS CLIFF Gwe me a place to stand and I ll find a place for Her Intramul als 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Football 3 4 as ketball 3 H1 Y 2 Major U F F A 3 4 Class P 6 s 1 JOHN HASSE An honest man wzth a warm heart Intramurals 2 3 4 Stunt ow H A 1 2 3 Studen Councll 3 DOROTHY HEINIG DOT When she wzll she wzll you can depend on rt And when she wont she uont thats all there 1s to lt T1Yl234 La1nClub 2 C la s s Treasurer Blackhawk Stafl 4 Class Play 3 4 VERA JENNINGS Hzgh ambmons and deeds that surpass rt Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Trl Y 1 2 3 4 secretary 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Class Secretary 4 Gleggltes 3 4 V1cepres1 dent 3 Student Councll 4 Blackhawk Staft 4 Cumson Flash 4 Stunt Show 1 Class Pay 4 D A R 4 ROBERT JONES BOB Some how or other I get along Intrarnulals l 4 F F A H1 Y 3 DOROTHY JEAN KILDOW DOT Lzfe ls just one man after another Intramuxals 1 2 3 4 Class se1etaxyl23 Tr1Y123 4 Stunt Show 1 Cheer le e14FHA2D1m majolette l 2 3 4 ESTHER KLEMP Scrzous and ulll behatecl Neter any troublc gate lnt1amu1als Stunt ou l F 14 MARIAN LIPKE one thmg uc shall a agree A brzglzt congenzal gzrl zs s 1 11mu1 als 1 7 T11 2 3 4 plcsldent 4 y Stunt Show l C11mson Fl1sI1 Bm to UI gum Cld s p1es1dLnt 3 Class x me p1es1dent 4 WILLIAM MILLER BILL A woman tx only a uoman 1 a good czgartttl 1 snlokc 1amu1 114 1 P 3 4 Stun Shoxx l JOYCE MYTTON Free from all dishonest deeds and thoughts of Lamty Intramumls l 2 3 4 Stunt Show 1 Tll Y 2 3 G1egg1tes 3 4 t1eC1su1e1 4 Crxmson Fl1sh 4 MARIANA RAUKUCE MARY Quttt thc arttst' Stunt Chow 1 Home E Club l Gleggues 3 Tll Y 4 F H A 4 C11mson Fl1sh 4 Blaclxb 11114 Stafl 4 Class Play 3 i Senlors ROSE MARY KUSTER RHEA chatter chatter as I go Home Ec Club 12 Gregg s 3 ll Y 2 3 La IU Club 2 Stunt Show 1 or ensxcs 1 2 Crlmson Fl'1sh 4 MALCOLM MC NAMARA DOOD Greater men have lwed But I doubt tt Txansfexred from Waukegan H1gh School 2 Student Counc1l 4 Presldent 4 WAYNE MUNNS The pangs of absence are re moved by letters Intramurals Student Coun Cll 1 Latln Club 12 Chef Club 2 4 Left for Naxy 4 ELDA PINNOW ELDY How ladylzke how calm she appears Stunt Show 1 F H A Gxeggnes 4 Crlmson Flash ROBERT ROBINSON HERB He who uorks hardest gets tzred Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Stunt on 1 Chef Club D l-I l A 3 Student Coun Q11 4 Semors OTTO RUSCH JR The frzvolzty of senorztas does not bother me Cnot muchj Intramurals 1 2 3 4 a school manager 4 Stunt Show 1 Chef Club 4 ROTC 2 F F A12 3 4 secretary 3 treasurer 4 Student Councll 3 4 treasurer 4 VIRGINIA SERNS JINNY You have known her by the merrzrnent that sparkled zn her eyes Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Trl Y 1 2 3 4 treasurer 4 Student Councll 1 2 3 4 G1rls tr1o 1 2 3 4 Cr1mson Flash 4 Stunt Show 1 Class Play LEOTTA SIVERLY SHORTY Small,-but so ts a stzck of dynamzte Stunt Show 1 Home Ec Club A ALICE VAIL Not that I dont love study but I love rntschzef more Int1amurals 1 2 3 4 Home Ec Club 2 Stunt Show 1 1 Y 1 2 3 A Gregg1tes 3 PHILLIP WAGNER PHIL All great men are dead and I dont feel well Intramurals 2 3 4 F F A 12 H Y 23 Chef Cub 2 4 Exclamatory Speaker 2 Class Play 3 I 11' J I If ER SCHROEDER MOE He can talk fluently on any subject Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 Football 1 2 Basketball manager 2 Stunt Show 1 Forenslcs 1 2 3 4 Debate 2 3 4 Cr1mson Flash 1 2 3 Blackhawk Staff 1 4 Edltor 4 Student Councll 2 3 VICC pres1dent 3 pres1dent 3 Latm Club 1 2 Code Club 2 Class Play 3 4 Intramur lls 4 BETTY SIVERLY She seems quret but maybe you dont know her Stunt Show l Home Ec Club T11 Y 1 Latln Club F H A 34 G1egg1tes 3 4 Intramulals 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 MIRIAM STEVENS MIM lll be so glad when the war zs over Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Trl Y 1 2 3 4 Cr1mson Flash 4 Baton Tw11le1 1 2 3 4 Drum Major 3 4 JAMES VICKERMAN V C They dzdnt do zt that way when I was m country school Football3 4 H1 Y3 F F A 1 2 Major U 4 Chef Club 4 ROTC 2 Class Play 3 4 WILLIAM WEIDNER BILL The gzrl who gets me ts lucky Intramurals 1 2 3 4 m n ager 3 Latm Club 2 Class pres1dent 4 Stunt Show 1 Debate 3 4 Forenslcs 2 3 Blackhawk Staff 4 H1 Y 1 Football 3 4 Class Play 3 PATRICIA WENDT PAT Versatzle vzgorous vwacmus vzctorlous yet sweet wzth all Y 2 3 4 play 4 dent Councll 2 3 4 Crlmson Flash 3 Blackhawk Staff 4 Stunt Show 1 Forenslcs 3 Class Play 3 4 ALBERT WILLE WILLIE Women they are not a part of my ltfe StuntShowl F F A 23 4 Band 2 3 MaJor U 4 Foot ball Manager 3 4 JANETTE YUNKER JAY Heavy eyes b t a lzght heart Home EQ Club 1 T11Y1 2 Bind 1 2 3 Gleggltes 3 4 Cxlmson Flash 4 C1155 Play 'Y HELENE CASH What would she do w1th out her lzttle Ford truck" F H A 4 Transferred from Blue Rlxer WISCOUSIH 4 15 Semors ALICE WENHAM Good thmgs come zn small packages Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Trl Y 3 4 Gleggltes 4 Stunt Show 1 Cxlmson Flash 4 LAWRENCE WOODMAN LARRY I came here to get the gen eral zdea of thmgs a n d F l 2 3 4 presldent 3 O chestra 1 2 3 THEODORE ZELKA TED A man not of words but of actwns Stunt Show 1 Junwi s Flrst Row 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cons1sted of Home commg Dance, the Jumor Class Plav, Growmg Pams , Wh1Ch 11 as a real success, ou1 Jumor Semor Banquet cllmaxmg the year When the 16:11 sta1ted, we were sex enty five strong A few have left ue durmg the 1ea1 They were John Cunnlngham, Kendall Kumllen, V1 llllflm Malone, and Ronald Schaefer Now we number sev ent1 one V1 e ale st1ll the lalgest class at Mllton Unlon -16 1t H111 ludd Sophomores ll Furs! Row ll 1 1l1n I J1 lll Ill Second ROW 1 1 1 1 I I I N llll Thlrd Row 1 N 111 lllll 1 1 11111 Fourth Row r I Nixon N 1 1 X 1111 l NHX l I I Not 111 PICYUFS This wear s sophomore class the class of 47 began the year with nftx eight members Inailx in the veal Calvin Cash and Mary Howland enrolled boosting the membeiship to siictv Later James Cunningham xxithdieu giving the class 9 membership of fiftw nine at the end of the school xear of vi hich thiitx aie girls and tvs entw nine are boys In the fall election of ofhcci s C harles Rusch was elected the sopho more class president foi the xear Other ofhcers elected for the wear xx e1e Ramona Dunn ell vice piesident Shlrlev Stubbendick secretari , Carolyn Burdick tieasuiei 'NIar,1o11e Burdick and John Fish were elected as class representatives on the student council for the first semester. Marjorie Burdick and -Xudrey Marquart were elected rep- resentatives for the second semester. To lead the class in the world of sports Iavonne Qchaefer was elected girls intramural manager and Norman hverson was elected boys intramural manager. Peggy Kelly was elected sophomore cheerleader for the year. The sophomore class has contributed considerably to the school life this year. On February 10 1945 it sponsored 1 Valentine dance which proved to be a success both socially and financially. Class members have been active in otner school activities including football basketball intramural sports forensics the A Capella Choir and various school clubs and organizations. Those who have won major letters this year are: flifford Grout Robert Splinter Gerald Parish John Fish-Football and John Pish-Basketball. 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MUSIC ,Wr's. l'r'it4'l1f'lt'.v Problem Cl1i1r1'r'w1 TlllIIflI'l'!IiL"5 Bing ,21- The 1944 45 Mllton Unlon Hlgh School band of nearly slxty Band Flrst Row Second Row Back Row 111 It 16 111 1 1 111 11111 1 ltll 1 s 11N 1101 ll 11111 1 1111111 Ols 1 11111 1 111 1 1 110101 1X 11111s1 11 N111 1 lllCllKk IJOIIS lwllll'ldl1S 1 1111111 N11 111 Ntlllll Nl1lf1t'l Wax l1011111s011 M 1111111 81111111 1 1011.1 H11111y '11 111 Xml I ll fi 1 1101 11,111 11 lJ111o1h1 IJeX01111g., 1 111111 1 1 111 1 1111 111 11 llllf 1 1111pl11 ll 1101111111 F1 ezson 11 1 X1 111110111 D0101111 H 11 L eo1g,1 C1 1 11110111 1111 1111 I 11111 X1 ood111 1n X11d1ey' Larroll 111 1 s 111111 1 lff0I 1 1ns011 Q0 1010 X111 l1l1l1111p.,'w 111 111k D1n1e s 1 101111 X 1 1 1 1 NOI111'i 511111111615 X 1011111 M llflll 11 li0l1 1111 1 10111g1e11 l0h11 Householder 1 1111 1111 I 1 s X11,a,11111 Nuns R 1 H111 0111 N 111 11 Ilpk '111s H0911 1Ilf.Cl1 10111 l"lNl1 1016111 '1111 11111- l.J010th1 111111011 NI1111111 N11 X111 Not In Plcture 11011 S111111111d11k Xhllllllll 11.11611 DIQCGS IS one of the finest 1n 1tS school hlstory It has very good lnstru mentatlon, and has a repe1to1re of numbers to enable It to glve lnterest mg programs Mllton Unlon has one of Southern WISCOHSIHS out standlng band leadqrs, Mrs Roxa Pr1tchett, and under her d1rect1on the band has developed lnto 1tS present capab1l1t1es The present band has progressed so that It IS now a Class B band The band has glven several concerts and has appeared ln publlc on var1ous occaslons It w11l part1c1pate 1n the local festlval and also It IS contemplated to take part IH a festlval for the ne1ghbor1ng bands 1n the sprlng Because of the development of an excellent 1un1or band of nearly fifty p16C9S, a good future for the Mllton Unlon band IS assured Al though twelve SGHIOTS Wlll not be back next fall It IS b6l19V6d that the other fine players W1ll be able to carryy the load very successfully The group lb w1ll1ng to work hard to malntaln thelr good reputatlon 22 , X 7," I , I t 1 1 1 t ' l S 5 1 p 3 1 W 5 ' 1 1 1 1 , ' X 1 I ' I 1+11is::1l-11111 1l1'Il. 1'1" :f'111 M: r D1 1':11'111 l:l0l1lf.fI'l'I1, X'i1'g'i11i:1 IJ: 11i111s, +': je ' 'gl t, R111 1' l'z1.'11 1.'.1e11, 1121111-1' S1-1 ' '11 1 ', 111: ": 1 H111, 111 SOI 1 130 1 11-11 S65 '1 '11111'1e, S11i'111,' C'2ll'l'0ll, ' lj . 1 - , , : Q 3 ' " , 1 ' ' , C " Sz ',.' 1' Sz, ' , C 1- -f- 'e,,z'j. .kts Y: ' 1- . f ' ', ' .' ' f. Third Row: K:11l1111'i111- ll1111i11s011, 1"1A1'111e1'i1-k CO111'l11l'Y, H1-I1-11 lilllll 11111-11, l.:111'1'e111'1f VVOod111:111, NV'l ': 1,11 k ', R01 - 't Hill, P01 ,'1, IZ '1l"k, D1-:111 Fox, .l: -s 'z ' , ' ' 1 u ' ' , ':1'1'e ' ' ' ' . ' j 1 ,i I "'- 1111, ' ' ""': I ' 1 , . ' 1' M1 ":1,' liz1.'11111s::e11. Cla 1': 1' '11, V' .'1 1.1 fl ' , '-'1 . 1 ' "1 1 ' l,. I '1 1 e ,111 ,1111 ', 1' ' . .' 1, " - 2' :1', : 1 " , . 111111 Yi C "'o1'11 . 1111: 'l1.', " '1 C1- lll y 1 1: , .11 Jil .' 11, , 'Q ' " ett . z 'H' , ' , 1 1 -1" , ' ' A' " ', 1 "'z .' - ' 1 S. ' ' : . 1 .' .1 1 ' ' , " 'z 1 f 1 ' . . . . . , 7 A fapvlla P11011 Flrst Row 1 H 1 lJo1c x 1x1 I Second Row lc lk I ll Th1rd Row ll ' I 4 4 f 1 ' g c':11-1-'ur llmtlilll, 11. 11.1-.-,: lvirrl.. rm-13 liclwyrlil l1y.l1c'oc-lc, 51:11'.lo1'i.- 11111111 'k. 131111111 5' 111'-' 111: 1-1l111- 1:1111-l1:11'I. 11+-115' .Ir-:111 li-ml. 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A ' . egg- Fourth Row The -X L rppella Chou thrs xear has had an enrollment oi srxtx srrc larger tnan of any prexrous xear Begrnnrng rn October the chorr ap pearecl before the Nlrlton Grades, the Nlrlton Junctron Graded School, anc the Hlgh Qehool assemblx In Noxember the group sang lor the Lnron Thanksgrung SQIXICQ sponsored bu the churches of the communrtx Durrng the month of Decebmer the chorr sang for the Mrlton College as sembly Cr Sundax exenrng serxrce et the Presbx terran church at Roch P1 ar rre rt the annu 11 Chrrstmas program ofthe 'NY Omen s Vlllagc Improxement ub anc or t e rusrness and IO essronal Xomcns lrb The m0st LIU rtrous program as grxen rt e Scxcnth Dax 1 rptr 1 church rn N11 on on December lbth where the chorr sang an hour program consrstrng en rrelx ot C1'1l1NlI'I1dN musrc On e cember lflth the chorr xppearecl rgarn rn thc -Xnnual fhrrstmas Program at the llrgh School xxrth the chrlclren of the Nlrlton C raclcd School In Januarx the chorr NX as asked to appear before two Rotary Clubs, at Janesxrlle and at Edgerton On Nlarch 4th the chorr wa grxen a 1 er 1 hrgh complrment rn berng asked to appear ox er Station X1 HA rn Mad rson 11 here thex gate a h rlf hour con eert The follourng week the Pubhc Schools of Stoughton proxrded the transportatron for the entrre chorr' rn order that thu mrght appear before then Hrgh School student bodx The chorr xx as agarn of serxrce rn the com munrtx bx srngrng for each of the fiwe Lenten Serxrces sponsored bx the churches of the communrty The chorr 11111 srng rt the -Xnnual rrng Nlusrc Ifestrxal e d at e xllllfill C ollegc in mnasrum rn -Xprrl 'lt the llrstrrct Nlusrc Pestrxal rn Nlax, and agun rt Qommencement Petore the cncl of the school xear, the chorr xx 111 haxe sung flftx drfferent choral numbers representrng prae rea lx 1 txpcs ot choral lrterature Txxcntx one ot these arc now rncluded rn our concert repertorre I' 1 Ind l p Jolzn It ll t Ill -24, Janzw l,lllll'V, Ilrwotlzy Kildoic, Jlargarvt Kelly, SIIZIHHIA' llfllilfllfli ATHLETICS .4 ff' 3 7 5 Furs! Row Second Row ,. U ll Za Football 51 It Front Row 1113 I I I IIIS II 110 l 11111 I II IX! enneth 'Xlsl 11110111 Iolu 1 4 s lm I s 1 hulls 11111.11 sax G1 my IIOIIIIYI 111111111 Ilfllbill Nummetz Hutlex lIfIxSOII huhnd ludxxu, Second Row um N1 111 Osl ll Imlllflllx Hmsln w 1 l0Q11y GLld1d I 111811 110111011 t0r1flQN lugene Cam 111 111kl111 Hudson li In xt XII 141111 Ross in 13 lohn IIQII .I1111L- L 11111111111 Donald Ixll XX 11d 'wtondlll 1 1 LQ 41 1 lussqll kotllIllllE'tZ Josep Q1111111111.,11111 h1o11.,c hrl IS Thlrd Row 1ch L Xnd son llll s C1111111111..h1111 Kolmelt VKIXOIII feolge HIIIIQN liolind Loa s melt 5131111191 111111 II IM ll'11Il1 IJ: 111 Ifox lllffo rl I1111.+11s 19+ Ill IOIIIISOII 1111111 XX hltfold 1 ll ion K I 0' Gum 111 tm 41 NGS I lfkrllli UI N L R11 Illlf XIId6'lSOlI 130111 I 11 1 X It ll V81 1 The 1944 football team went th1ough 1ts seven game schedule undefeated and unt1ed for the first t1me smce 1932, and 1n comp1l1ng th1s record, lt won the Rock Valley League champ1onsh1p for the fourth t1me slnce 1932 A few of the records of th1s team Most games won 7 1 830 yards from scr1mmage ln 305 tr1es, an average of 6 yards per try, All non conference foes were held scoreless, Made 76 first downs for a new record, and tled the 1930 team s record of hav1ng had only 13 po1nts scored agamst them At a meetmg of the maJor letter wmners after the close of the season Robert Albrecht was chosen honorary captam HIS fellow players awarded thls honor to hlm on the b3S1S of belng the team s leadlng scorer, havlng pro duced 40 po1nts for the league 1nd1v1dual scormg t1tle and 33 po1nts 1n non league play for a total of 73 po1nts wh1ch led all other players 1n Southern WISCODSIH Another of the major letter wmners was the sturdy l1ne crashlng blockmg fullback Dean Johnson B6S1d6S scormg 38 po1nts for h1mself he opened the way for many other plays and scores Carlng for the center pos1t1on was Dean Fox and h1s capable substltute, W1ll1am We1d ner, both sen1ors SCDIOTS Bob Anderson and Cllfford Jurgens held down the left and rxght tackle posltlons, respect1vely The other three semor major letter wmners were James Vlckerman and Roland Coats dependable reserve ends and James Campbell a small, but scrappy reserve guard The major letter w1nners Senlors Jumors Robert Xlluccht Robelt Xl'ld6lQ0Yl James Campbell Roland Coats Dean Fox Ross Gnu Rohan H111 I 1111141111 Hudson George Hu1ley Xxllllilll NX hltford 1,11 lld Iselg I P119 K in IK eslew L10s11y Moldon Godfrey Dean Iohnson Ll1ffo1d JllIgBIIS James xlCk6I'Ill'iIl 1111113111 He-1d11er fsemor managcrj Sophomores Freshman John I1sI'1 he OILQ G1 llonild hlldow I du nd Stondall Lllfford Grout herald I 111511 Robert Splmtex The team was not only a champ1on on the Held but was one off the field too Through adherence to good tramlng hab1ts and hard work, the players were ln superb phys1ca1 con CCor1t1nued on page 457 , VV , I -I . M53 : Il: ' Link, lirycs- Il: lc-0 'k, XY' :to Iloofl 0 ' , XV'I1': Ijpke, 1'1111ip " ': j lOl', If . '- ' ' , I -rt S11 '11l'l.'01I, Ric-l1:11'r1 Hartzell, . 71111 1u11.'e11o1d -r, Q' 1 ' 1' Y am Vx' 2 -' -'-' . 2' , "':' . "r, : Ed " 11 '. J 'z ' ' ' 1' ' '. ' " . ', 1" ': , ' - I ' fl 4 , ' '2 -' . 0 -' . 1'-' , ' -1 ', . 'I . 2 'z - , - " dow, lid 'z ' S z , lm-11'-' - l'u,', i - .' 'A . . h I ' fl: . ' X 'U T 'fl' . ' : Fo: - Tarl Q er: , .: 1 1-,' ' ' -' 1 , 1 ' " , I 1 - - ' xg, 2 ' ' t., H01 ' U A , '. " 'HI ' " '. '2 ' ' ' 1' . 'ff 3: . .' . XVI '2 ' ' ' . 1"?lld l3f'l'tJ, I Ivrt Hill. 'l'ff 'd " ' 1. R01 -'t . 1-'so11. .lan Q " ' Q , IA-Sliv .'t1'iv"l, " 1 'I . , :ld , k: s, , II -- "ll A. 1 5 . . . 1 D '-' , . , . . , . I , . - K . - .. . , . . . 5 Y V . . . . - t ,F ' , ' ,U ily . - . 7 ! ' , , -. . . . I -26- Basketball 49-fs U Fsrst Row 1 Second Row 1 Third Row l n Nl Nl Although ou1 basketball team started at a sloxx paee th1s year, It began to h1t ltQ Stl1d6 xx hen It defeated the Janesxllle Blue Jaxs ln an ox Qltlmb game 31 29 Our next game xx as xxlth our rlvals Ex msvllle, xx hom we also defeated by 1 score of 33 29 We ended the season ln a tle xx 1th Iaxansxllle and Jeffelson, for seeond pllee lll the Rock Vxllex Le xgue Undefeated 1 lke Nlllls xvon the tltle thls yeax oxxmg to thelr splendld pl lklllg zblllty ll l 0131312111011 15 a unlt To entltle the team to entel the Reglon ll 'Iourna ment at Elkholn the team defeated Delax an 1n an oxertlme game 43 42 Oul first game there xxas xxlth Burllngton xxhom xxe defeated 30 29 but lost the next game hoxx ex er, to Lake Genexa xx ho won the tourna ment champlonshxp SCHEDULE OF GAMES Opponents Wlllton Umon T 18 years B te lm 1150 dld xvell Ol Elkhorn Wh1texx xter C1ty Hlgh Jefferson Lake Mllls Janesxxlle Blue J xys Exansx 1lle Whltexxater College Hlgh Jefferson Lake Mllls Whltevxatel Clty Hlgh J inesxllle Blue J xys Ex ansxllle Delaxan Vxhltexx :ter College 1-hgh Delax an Burlmgton Lake Genexa themselves xxmmng sexen out ot txxelxe games md tymg one B TEAVI SCHEDULE Opponents Mxlton Umon Elkhorn Whltexxatel Lake lVI11ls Janesxxlle Ex 1nsx1lle Whltexx xtex Lake M1lls XX h1texx atel J mesx 111e Exansxllle Delax an W hltexx ate! 27 Clty Hlgh College Hugh Clty Hxgh College Hlgh . 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' av' z ' ' 2 lc co- 1 2 K- . s 4 - A ' 2 ' V - . - , . 1 . -V ' 1 - ,E ' . 1 : - ' 1 . V v. V V' ' V V , x - 1 . , K , V V V V - . ' ' hu " 1 1 - ' f 32 14 .- , f' ' ,- 1 ' v ' fa A ' 19 18 ' z ' . 25 20 M 1' V ' 3 40 26 ' " L 29 31 ' ' ' " 29 33 18 13 ' 1' ' 30 29 - ,, . - - 7 13 ' 25 26 ' ' 16 17 ' J 45 27 15 14 ' ' ' ' ' 35 19 'z 25 25 2 " 2 3 25 35 ' 'L ' ' ' ' 12 18 " " 40 29 ' ' ' 14 19 ' " 42 43 ' ' " ' " ' 11 21 ' ' 'L f A 25 44 2 'A 39 25 ' 29 -13 ' " 9 16 A 29 30 " 22 17 4 ' 40 19 ' ' ' ' ' ' 14 25 3"":? tn- ' gr? ,foul ,--.-1 ..T. 8111111 1111 1 1 1111111 1 1 I1 1 fllzllll 1 1 II 1 zlllff 1 x lf zf I lm f11111p lm!! ffl f 1 1111 I fnwlf 4 78 Girls Basleetlzall Champs QRGANHZATIIKDNS Front Row II 1 1 ll + 1- no H4 Xiu sn Back Row 1 am Heugu Xlxldru-d lx 29 : XX" mifrf-fl NIM- lr'-rr, XY:n11:1 Sr-hultz, Mzwinrl Ijgkvf, l':1!rif-ia XV-mil, Ii tt? .Xu - . ll: 1 M: Iizm Hull, I-Ilizzfl---lh Hull. l'uirif-in AMN: urn, Ruby 1 f m, . ' ' 'Q-Hy. Future Homemakeris Assoclatlon 'YW Flrst Row ecord Row N 4 1 If oi 1 1 Sn :lx Nlllll X Still bendlf' c Kind! 11 Jn ina in ur lt 1 IIIIIIONX Ioxcf Snlioll O I , f' H - M v- ' , wr' ' A 'lip Y 1 J - 'E , 1,5 3 X . K A, V ,V V ,, v' ' s - 'v 'Q -' ' , r r 2 - " sf. V" f . ' YL .4 - I' .f ' I V I I C' fi? : ' 1 'H qi Ili lf 4, : Lvoltzi fix' frly, Cl :irlottv llurhsins, l JI 'es Yuil, Alien- Y: il, .I rycf- ." 1- ' I "cj .' i ' k. Murj wie liurflivk, Alive- , ' . D - 1 S . : Pxlrolyn llnrclivk, Phyllis Arr -sc , Shirley f'2ll'l'0ll, Mari: : Ii: k -mi, li ls ' ', . j : . ' , Audrey Mal'quan'l, liclwynzi I:2lllL'0f'k, Miss NVill4-ms, adviser. ' Third Row: M:irg:n'et Boynton, G4-iwvievv l'Iv1-rson, Betty Sivvrly, Kutliryn llalrtmzln, Bl2ll'f'lIl liuukuce, D ' j 1 ' 1- on 'l'm-islu-ur, Doris Ilurlmns I l,:lV mic Sf'l2l'f1'l', l'1'm:y Kelly, Nl!ll'l1lll Lusln-r, lin-tty .Xlflrir-li, Norma .lt-:un ,'1:u.:s-, l':lll'ir-in Kll'NJllll1ll'2l, XV: mdn liox 1-rs. , . . . . - , . u . - 1 . . . , 7. , . I K , ' , k ! v ' - 1 ' . , 1 , . . L ., ' . k , - , - ' L, l . n . . - . , - , S - . . . 7 ' i 7 - Q 1 Q . , S - . H . . . . H . . ' . -30- Fourth Row 1 ll X The Future Homemakers Assocla t1on IS a state Wlde organ1zat1on for students ln Homemaklng The organ lzatdon has a purpose to provlde a medlum for extra curricular work ln Homemaklng to provide for organized SOC13l act1v1t1es to help the girls to recognlze the value of worthy home membershlp and to pYOV1d9 oppor tunltles for leadershlp The local chapter of the Future Homemakers Association was organ 1Z6d two years ago This fall the membership lncluded twenty four members then after the spring 1n1t1a tion of Freshmen and other new mem bers the enrollment was fifty four members Our oilicers lnclude Gene vleve Everson president Phyllls Arne son vice presldent Shirley Carroll secretary Carolyn Burdlck treasurer Joyce Slverly hlstorlan Miss Mlllems IS the advlser ACtlVlt19S of the organlzatlon are many Last August some of the girls entered the Pra1r1e Farmer Demon stratlon contest Genevleve Everson and Shlrley Carroll worked out a dem onstratlon together on the Drylng of Food for Wartlme Use They received S15 00 1n prize money at the contest at Lake Geneva and took the demon stratlon to the State Falr 1n West Allis oiothy Deiounr. HI 0 1 N and received S10 00 there Several girls are plann1ng on enterlng the contest agaln this year to be held ln Stoughton in April Our soclal act1v1t1es lncluded sev eral parties with the Future Farmers In October the girls 1nv1ted the boys to a Scavanger Hunt with lunch and dancing following Seve1al of the eve nlng meetmgs were held as Jolnt meetings w1th a SOCIHI hour or with a program followed by a SOCIHI hour In March the glrls held a skating party 1n Whltewater MISS Ann Kyle County Home Demonstratlon Agent attend ed the December meeting and held a workshop on sweater darnlng The St Patrick s Day Dance was an all school dance sponsored by the F H A ln March Last summer the girls were very active 1n both the state and county fairs Margaret Boynton and Marcia Raukuce entered suits ln the State Fair and won first place on them Dorothy DeYoung won a second on her suit Marcia and Mary Ann Weldmer entered much of the1r cannlng and received a prize on each entry There were many other prizes on the clothlng and handlcraft d1v1s1ons There were about one hundred and thirty entries in the county falr 1n Janesvllle also F utlu 11 F111 mm .s of Amer 1011 FIFSI Row 1 1 o C h 1111s 111s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10lll1 loxxe Second Row s 1 s1 1 s1p11 X 11111111 1 x1 18011 101111 I lllllllllgll 1111 1 11 1 111 s 1 lllf s 1ol111s1111 Thlrd Row 111 011 0111 114 s1 1 1 1 XX 1111 1111 N1 AIOIIC x1rlllN011 kStN 104111111 I 1 N N I Fourth Flow 1 lXl 11 1 ll 1 1o1111t 'NDIIII Q1 1111 1 1 1111 1 11111 lxlll Ll Oll The Future Ifarmers of Amerlca 15 a nat1onal organlzatlon of farm boys en rolled 1n vocat1onal agrlculture M11 ton has had an agrlculture department s1nce 1921 and a P F A chapter slnce 1929 All of the forty one students en rolled ln agrlculture are members thls year Our chlef act1v1t1es are 1un1or D H I A a program to secure 1 record on each cow 1n the home dalry herds, 1o1nt meetlngs and partles xx 1th F H A glrls, a radlo b1oadcast over WIBA home pro1ects, farm accounts and exhlblts at the Rock County 4 H Fa1r Our PICIVISQI' 19 Mr Green, pres ldent Robert Anderson, N109 DIQQI dent, ROb91t Qplmter, secreta1y Cllf ford Jurgens, and Gordon Godfred reporter Lawrence Woodman recelved the WISCOHQIH Farmer s Degree, a state award glven to xocat1onal agrlculture students w1th outstandlng accompl1sh ments ln farmmg act1v1t1es, scholar sh1p and leadersh1p Degrees glk en by the local chapter are the Green Hand Degree and the Future Farmer De gree PlOI6CtS Cdlrled by our members mclude 40 da11y cattle 5 beef cattle 7 brood soxx s, 58 f 1tten1ng hogs, 7 sheep 800 chlcks 250 hens, and 50 ducks Clops grown were 37 acres corn, 36 acres oats 8 acres soybeans, 5 acres tomatoes, 23 acres hay, and 1 acre tobacco In Jun1orD H I A 500 cows 1n home herds are be1ng tested for butterfat and mllk productlon each month Txx enty members took an ln x entory of the home farm busmess and fifteen are keep1ng an account of all mcome and expenses on the farm for 1945 Qhop xxork IS an 1mportant part of the xx ork of xocat1ona1 agrlculture classes llrI1ltOI1 Unlon s fine shop makes lt posslble to overhaul farm machlnery f1om home farms, as well as to do xx ood worklng and small repalr yobs Our plans for the comlng year 1n clude the development of better pro 1ects keepmg of records and accounts, e1ch1b1ts at the Rock County 4 H Fa1r, more farm machlnery repalr, and the dex elopment of better chapter meet 1ngs O . . . 1 Q YY Y 1 1 ' Z N1-'I 111-1111-11xx':1y, l'1:1i1'1- XVl1iIl'111'11, XY:1'1'1-11 Y:111-, Ott llusr-11, .11'., 1-Zx':111 SW1-1-111-y. 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' . -I1 . , 1' . .V v - -1 ' f .-31- Blackhawk Staff Student Councll The Class of 1945 1n a hotly con tested electlon, chose Walter Schroe der to be the edltor of then yearbook, The Blackhawk It lS lHt8I'9StlIlg to note that the edltors of the two pre cedmg annuals have been brothers of the present edltor Wllllam We1dner was chosen to be the asslstant edltor Ehzabeth Hull and Do1othy He1n1g were the bubsmess managers, photog raphy was under the d1rect1on of Rob e1t Burdlck Mar1ana Raukuce pro duced the art vs ork Ruby Haugom and Vlfglnla Serns were 1n charge of spec 1al artlcles Publ1c1ty for xentures un dertaken by the annual staff has been managed by Dean Fox Patrlcla Wendt comp1led and edlted the materlal for the calendar Typlsts were Vera Jen nmgs and Claudla Glfford The staff was very ably asslsted and advlsed by MISS Ruby A Agnew To ralse money for the yearbook a paper salvage drne xx as conducted ln Mllton and M1lton Junctlon the first week 1n February About four tons of salsage materlal were collected and sold Startmg 1n February the staff put on a number of moxles xx hlch were well attended We, of the 1945 Blackhavx k wlsh to thank the students and faculty for then' wholehearted cooperatlon ln makmg thls annual a success :ont Row nl 1 rm lrnmngs lllu o llmothw He lrllg W1 I Back Row Holm lt l uldlck san Fox Ruin H xugom zx ye 1 u l 1 S hlOC du NN lllllllll VN Q ldllil X ms Xgm xx Picture N ixglml r t w 1 l md rr ul N11 N lm xr: Donn 1 ul u Otto Rusc h Seco d Row Num ltl'lI11!lgS ll OI vu ug..1ntlownton ll 111 IHS llmklln H 'I hlrd Row lohn P ish 'Nllss Xxfl on lwxlf Hull N c n d t Vtarxen The Student Councxl Wh1Ch IS composed of two representat1ves from each class and one from each school organ1zat1on has been pro motmg soclal aCt1X1t1ES and constructxve work 1n our school the past year Regular meetmgs vxere held each Frlday M1ss Axelson was the faculty adv1ser At the beglnmng of the fall term the Student Councll conducted the electlons for all school offices Campaxgn speeches g1ven before the student body proved to make the elecuons xery exutmg and much more lnter estmg than 1n past years The Councll was orgamzed and the follow mg officers were elected presldent Malcolm McNamara uce presldent Oscar Burdlck secretary Donna Lee Severance and treasur er Otto Rusch The second semester Malcolm McNamara was re elected presldent Otto Rusch xlce presldent Vera Jennmgs secre tary and Jean Fxsh treasurer When the presldent left for m111tary serv1ce the VICE p1 esldent took over h1s work and Oscar Bur d1ck was elected V106 pres1dent In the fall a Freshman M1xer was sponsor ed a sock hop was held 1n November and a patIlOt1C Mlxer was held 1n February Dur mg the year about S15 was spent on new records for the use of the school Oscar Burdxck made an 1I1t9I1S1Ve study of const1tut1onal forms and wrote most of the new features 1n the school const1tut1on whxch was placed before the students On February 28th the const1tut1on was passed by a three fourth mayormty vote of the student body O 'V 1 F : M: "mn llau- ku - -, Ywru . - ' '.'. ':. dm fi fx' 1-fl. ' 5 X , Intric' ll ' - Nlt. V 1 -' 5 ' . IJ-' ' J, ,' 1 ' . Ellzl-tl H l. XV: ltel' Uv ' - ' 'e 'H Not in ' : 'Y 2 Horns. Fi ' Ro : Os-:xr 'S ' ick. Mal-1 ln . 12, 2 Loc- Se: ' - 'z nr-eu 1 ' . 2- : 'aw . X ' -. M: 'j 'iv Ilurdic-k, Lois lA'I- l's,Blz":'- lj .V '- gil ': S4-' 9 ': ' ud- ron, llohc-rt .Xllvrr-c-ht. V . I-11 , l'l'.z will . l'zitl'iL'i:1 V' . " ' Yule. 7 - - 7 L ' ' . , , A ' ' - 7 . . vi. w 4 . ' ' - , . . . , N Y . . . . 7 I 1 J - r ' ' . . . . K - 1 ' - 'r 1 ' . V s' ' ' , , - ' I I ' . ' ' I . K . 1 4 - u. . - - . . . Y V , h Y I , . . , - . , 1 . . ,' . - ' ' . . . 1 1 , 4 ' ' .4 . - . y Y Y 1 ' ' . . - - Q - . ' , ' - - L , - .. 3 , . . Y I N I , - .. . , , n , 1 ' . 7 Y . . . - . , . D . Li 77 ' . 0 Y - J Y - y -. . . . - .' . I , Y' x Y l 1 V 9 K Trl Y 5 . 3 i .gwg 1 e First Flow: .Xlivv XY:-nlmm, llorolliy liilflmv, lromlliy lli-inig, Ilmiinv Spnmzle-V, lla-tty Goorlgn-r, Vera .il'lllllllLfS, x'll'lIlIliIl Sf-rns, Nlarizm Lipkv, livin- Ami Alullvn, Lois l"llius, Nliirlvy Stuliln-mlivk, Nlurjory llulfym-, Ili-ily lows-rs, llnlmws llittlwrnf-r, Miss Maxson. Second Row: Poli-lla Nl:-liridi-. I':ilri4-in XXX-lull, Ilomin Iwi- Si-ve-r:im-l-, Vzirnl Illoixigrmi, llnrotliy IJ:-Yoiinpr, NUVIIIH .li-:ill .iQ'lllllll,!1'S, XViiiiI'r1-ll Mm- llurr, .loan ll'-ml, llrlmulizi lbimwe-ll. XY:iml:i Ilowi-rs. Blirinm Stn-vvns, llorotlmy liusls-V, l':ilris'i:i XlvNan1:ir:n, Mary Lois liillflllillll. Third ROW: lfopv lllidsrm, lziiriviai llowiiirm, th-l':il1iiiiv Smith, lh-lor:-s Ynil. 3lHl'iHll1l liilllkllfw, Gloria llzniigmii, .l:u'qii1-Iini- Nlnlismi. lluliy ll:uig'mn, XY:m4l:i S1-lmltz. Marian lkvwnis, ii1'l'Ili4llll1' lmvis, M:irs'i:i llfiiikllvv, Yiolu 'I'il'I':iii5'. Nl:ii'im:iri1- K1-lly. Fourth Row: lllizulwlli llull, .XlIl'1'll 3I:xz1m:iw, Siu- Xxlizlfm-il, Alilfliw-sl lil-lly. Alurimi l.:usln'i', lmrris 4':iri'oll, lizitlin-l'il1v llnlvinsnn, .lean li1llll'l', Nillldllll llilll. l42lY1lllllt' St'l'H1'f1'l', xiIll'L.1Jll'4'l K1-ily, li:itlii'yn Xlzznuir, lmroll-3. llill. Twenty new members were initiated into our club, with an induction cere- mony inthe fall, giving us a club mem- bebrship of almost sixty. In August, at a week-end retreat. plans for the activities of the year were worked out by a Cabinet, with Marian Lipke as president. Other Cabinet members were: Virginia Serns, treas- urer, Vera Jennings, secretaryg Bette Mullen, vice-president, Dorothy Hei- nigg Winifred Mae Dorrg Ruby Haugomg Katherine Robinson, Eliza- beth Hullg Geraldine Davis, and Coletta McBride, with Patricia Wendt. representative on the Student Council for the first semester, and Jean Fish, second semester. During the school year, Monday eve- ning has been Tri-Y night, with busi- ness and discussion groups alternating -33- with recreational meetings. Miss Max- son was faculty adviser for the former and Miss Ruosch for the latter. The discussion groups were led by club members and occasional outside speakers. Other activities: a major dramatic production "Nine Girls", coached by Miss Maxson, was staged in March, a sleigh ride in Januaryg two teas, one for the freshman girls in September, one for the mothers in May, swimming parties at the Janesville poolg enter- taining twenty-eight girls of the Brooklyn Girls' Athletic Associationg a pot-luck supper, hikesg Weiner roastsg and ushering at all home bas- ketball games. The girls of the organization feel that this year has been a very success- ful one. Greggltes First Row lf 1 ll lox 1 Ylxtton Nhulu Larloll D! D l 00Ik4 lit Qlllil Second Row H mf H d on lu o 1111 blllll Ruth VN 1lcox I Ida lmnow flilldll Cllf0ld Third Flow 1 ll 1 x 1 KlldlfX tanoll Nllss Kgnux advlser Fourth Row 1 1 I ll 1 tu NlXCIlN lmette Xun ex The 1945 Greggxte Club vxas made up of about twenty two glrls who were taklng beglnmng and advanced shorthand At the begmnlng of the year electlon of officers was held wlth the followlng results plesldent, Shlrley Carroll VICE presldent Dorrxs Carroll, secretary Genevleve Everson , treasurer, Joyce Mytton Chalrman for varlous comm1ttees appomted by the presldent were Jean Lauer chalr man of the Program Commlttee and Betty Slverly chalrman of the Re freshment Commlttee We found that our partles were more enjoyable and the work was d1v1ded among all the glrls Also at the begmnmg of the school year a complete calendar was made out by the officers Wlth all ac t1V1tl6Q to be carrled on durmg the year B6S1d6S our regular day and nlght meetlngs we have planned movles, and a hard t1m6S party Regular day meetmgs were the th1rd Wednesday durlng the act1v1t1es perlod Nlght meetlngs were more for a soclal gatherlng where basketball bombers attack and other games were played Both the begmmng and advanced shorthand students entered ln the O G A contests sponsored by The Gregg Wr1ter a shorthand magazine In order to earn a few dollars for our treasury boxes of Chr1stmas, Every day Soldler and Blrthday cards were so d MISS Agnew was the club advlser O : Al' -1- NVQ-11l1:1111, Gv11e-x'ivx'4- l':Y4'l'SOll, lin 'Vis 0:1 "oll. . jr' 1 . Q , .' " 'z ' , ' -. ' 1- ' 1 '. : op 1 ll s , . mjr-v l'l:1yl1-1', N 1'111:1 .le-1111 .ls-1 '11g:s, , 1 " , ', Q 1 " . . . 1 . : Geraldine S11 'tl , l':1t1'ic'i:1 llo x'11i111.f, Mm- Sim- lH'l'S, 1 " " , . ' 1 f x ', . ' . : Yo ':1 .Iv minjts, xvilllf :1 Sc-I 1ll',, .lv:111 l,:1111-1', 154- ,' C' ' - ' .1 , ' k . '. . Y . . . . . . - y . . . . . - , . . . I 4 I ' 9 ' v ' . ' . I . . , . y - v 9 n , ' n 7 , - N . . . . , , . . 7 . . 7 Y , l . , , - , The Chef .s Club First Row I 1 Second Row Lk fm Th d R w 9 1 . 1 V ' . I V fs 1562 F Q ,1 3 Vi , K x I Inf. ,4 - .S V1 .V 4 '.'V . . Q , 1 Vi A- V ,I ,,. ,rt a I , , Q L 1 .1 ' 4 ' 7 2- - . 1' ., 'J ,V an - D , ' : l':nul 1loflI'r1-y, llmlgglus H1 lvlt. lloln-rt .XII-yu-1-ln, l"1'u11kli1 llurlson. : .lzmu-S Y1- 4-rmzm, l-Im.1'm1f- i':u'y. .Inf-k l,rmt'ln' , Otto llusc-ll. ' 2 llnlu-Vt 'iUlb4llSUll, liussf-ll Kin-nlfauum, la-sliv Strin-gql, l'l1ilip XVnp.:vn- '. I lA'Sll'I' llfilrlllsfbll, X. lll :um XX llillkurl, .nllnvs I.:u1l1-l'. - V: Q V1 A . V . , . , , . A. . ,, 1 . 1 D 4 I Q 5 x K C 1 1 ' A1 z K1 I x I '1 1 2 k1k1 K1 1 . . ' , 1 . . . ' 2 . X ' . 1 1 1 1 . 1 v 4 N 1 1 l n A s A C A C ' S, 2 ' 2 ' .' I I a n 1 . ' c . , in sv C L1""W n n t' . I T ' ! Y . . . Q . . t .V ' v r 1 , . A. . V V A K , v I V ' s ' V ' - . , . , , . , . r . v ' 1 v , . . . . L ! Y . V . . V V. V . V A L L ' A ' n n . . V V .. ' ' ' 2 lt all. K Q .V , V- 2 . UV V. ,V , A I . 1 6 D 1 1 u 1 I . - v 1 - A 1 V . . . 2 V ,- , n n 7' C sq Q ' S - . 1 ' u 1 I 1 Yr 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 l V 1 . , . . . -35- lr o 1 Fourth Row Last fall twenty four boy s org mixed a club whlch was named The C hefs Club These boys were lnterested ln learnlng some of the fundament mls of meal preparatlon and SQFVICG Aftel several meetmgs a numbex of the boys were dropped for VHFIOUS reasons md Robert Bollerud and Kenneth Schmel 1ng became new members Meetmgs were held dur1ng the act1v1ty perlod and noon hours on Tuesday and Thurs days The boys started out bs studylng the prlnclples of menu plannlng and then worked out breakfast menus whlch they prepared and served Food was prepared on the unlt meal plan ln Wh1Ch a unlt of four boys served four complete breakfasts on four consecu tlve days ThlS plan gave each boy 1 chance to prepare rolls bevelage cel eal protem dlsh and frult and to see lt worked out m a meal Thls same plan was carrled out durlng the serx mg of several luncheons and d1nne1 We studxed meal preparatlon table QQIXICQ table etlquette and used all the mtolmxtlon exch tlme we served 1 me xl VVe enloyed ou1 cllsses Vely much 1nd I m sure no one wlll ew er forget the tlmes ue m ide seafo zm and dlscover ed thzt the the1mometers were very 1n lcculate Then too the time we made ples and found out that we could make good p1e clust lf we trled lt often enough We prepared meat 1n many vsays 1I1ClUd.1Ilg'I'O3.St1I1g' meat loaves frymg b1o1l1ng and blaxslng We made many baked thmgs muflins bakmg pow der blSCLlll1S cakes D169 dough nuts and COOkl6S 'Most of the food turned out very good but some of course xx as not so good but we ate Paul Godflex xx as elected presldent to succeed Robelt Albrecht Leslle Stllegl bec xme xlce presldent and Jack Loofboro the secletary treasurer Robelt Robmson w as elected as the lepxesentatne to the student councll Crlmson Flash Staff Flrst Row ul Seco d Row D or 1 cc 1 mx X eson 'll X Ill HG' Thl d Row I IN ce e Fourth Ro 0 1 t X n e I Not ln Picture 141 h Frlday What IS Frldayo That s the day the Crlmson Flash IS lssued The Flash scheduled to be publlshed every two weeks was sometlmes de layed but then the staff worked hard to see that you recelved an even better edltlon the next week The prlmary alm of the publlca tlon IS to brlng to the student body of Mllton Unlon tlmely lnterestlng and unpre1ud1ced news of what goes on around our school If you could look 1n once and see how the Flash IS publlshed you mlght appreclate the efforts of every mem ber of the staff to g1V6 you the paper that you must admxt holds a pretty promlnent place ln the l1fe of UHIOH Hlgh Its a fasclnatlng game thls news paper work Startlng from the begln n1ng Wlth each member brlnglng hls appolnted artlcles to Jlnny Serns ed 1tor She ln turn gave them to MISS Agnew the advlser who censored the artlcles Then all the stenclls were typed and sent to the bookroom where we would 1nk the machlne and run off 325 COPIES of the ten or twelve pages sllp sheet each one fold put them to gether and there you have your paper The gossip was by far the most popular and the most dlscussed col umn Even though the wrxters were a b1t late sometlmes gettlng thelr ma terlal ln they always managed to have It ready by the dead l1ne tlme for the paper to come out Often they ran over thelr allotted space and had to be requested not to dlg up so much 1n formatlon The art contrlbutxons were tlmely and well executed In fact every mem ber of the staff dld a swell 1ob w1th thelr handllng of a dlfficult 1ob To see your work 1n prlnt to know It w1ll be read and cr1t1c1zed by the whole student body glV6S one both a chlll and thrlll O l 1 ' : l'Iuudiu Gifford. D4-lore-s Vail, llvn - "1-ve live-rson, Ruby llnugom, lVlHl'l3lll Lipke, xvll'H,'llll1l Sr-rns, Viola 'l'iff:my. n : ol 'es llittlwrm-V, Mm'iur:1 lflllkll -, lildn Pinnow, 'ljllis . rn 1, , Joyce . Q m, .Invq line Mulvson. 'r : Volt-ttn Mr-llridm-, .loam llnrr, lut'i0i:1 Me v2llllZll'2l, 3lHl'K'l2l liuuku 2, Yum .l1'lllllllgS, Alice -XYt'lll'l2lIll. w: lvllldillll Ste-vm-ns, D rris Carroll, 0SC'1'lI' llurdivk, Mary L0's llingham, .lvane te 'u k r, lilizalwtll lull. ' ' 2 Jean "S . . . . , . . ' ! A 9 r ' - 1 1 - 9 s ' . , , n . a o a l . D v ' K . ,Q . , . , . , . o 0 1 1 o n A l - q 1 y ' 9 ' ! , . , . ...36.. Debate The year 1945 found the debate teams marklng up another very suc cessful year of debatlng The hlgh school debate questlon th1s year was Resolved The Legal Votlng Age Should be Lowered to 18 and as the season progressed thls questlon proved to be one of the most lnterestlng and controverslal debate tOplCS of the past few years When C H Dorr coach of the de bate teams announced the opemng of practlce sesslons on the questlon he found three of last year s debaters on hand The affirmatlve team was made up of Wlnlfred Mae Dorr and Walter Schroeder The negatlve members were Ellzabeth Hull and W1l11'1m Wxedner The teams partlcxpated ln thlrty one debates this year twenty two of these debates were judged debates wlth Mllton Unlon wmnmg seven een of these On January 13 they took part IH the Belolt lnvltatlonal tourna ment and won thlrd place out of twelve teams there bemg outranked only by lu Elgln and Freeport teams On Feb luary 17 a determlned M1ltOD Unlon debate team won the South Central WISCONSIN Tournament held at Mad 1son After w1nn1ng all slx of then' other el1g1ble schools ln the last round of debates Mllton debaters found themselves to be tournament champs and sole representatlves to the State Flnals from thls d1str1ct The State Debate Flnals were held at the Capltol March 3 w1th the num ber of teams taklng part greatly re duced by ODT rulmg on conventxons Out of the thlrteen schools represent ed Mllton placed ln thlrd d1v1s1on for the second stralght year w1nn1ng three and losmg three These three vuns were taken from strong Eau Clalre and Kaukauna teams and last years State Champlons Kenosha Three debaters Ellzabeth Hull W1ll1am Weldner and Walter Schroe der w1ll be lost by gxaduatxon thls year leawmg Wlnlfred Mae Dorr as the nucleus for next year s teams NViniI'rf-fl Maw Dorr, I'Iliz:lln-th l Il. VVinniI'r'a-fl Maw Dorr, llllizulwllx llull. S - A , I . . . I gg - . . . . .- ," judged debates and eliminating two Y! , K , . . , - , 1 , s s u q 9 x ' 1 , ' - .D . , . . . . .. ' f K' , 3 - ' ' . , . , . ., , . . . . . . L V . L .1 , u I Q u u a , 1 , n .- - , K . ' , 1 Y ,1 , . . . . .-37... Growlng Pams n Floor 1 ack 1 In November the yunlor class presented Growlng PHIUS a three act comedy It tells the dllemma of the Mclntyres who see thelr boy and glrl tossed ln the cataracts of adolescence and can help httle further than glve dlrectlons for the turbulent course from a dlstance adV1C9 whlch egocentrlc youth always 1916CtS of course George and Terry go through thelr throes 1n company Wlth the nelghborhood k1dS Many thlngs happen to all of them but the end IS brlght and promlsmg Cast of characters George Pat Gallagher lerry Glorla Hau gom Mrs McIntyre Mary LOIS Blngham Professor McIntyre Wllllam Agnew Sophle Joyce Playter Mrs Patterson Marlan Lasher EISIG Patterson Effie Rlnehart Traffic officer Paul Godfrey Dutch Robert Warren Brlan Leslle Strlegl Omar Richard Boehm Hal James Lauel Pete Kendall Kuml1en Prudence Dorrls Carroll Patty Jac quellne Mabson Jane Wmlfred Mae Dorr Mlflam Anna Ruth WIICOX V1v1an Marlmarle Kelly Promptels Bettle Anne Mullen and Donna Lee Severance MISS Dorothy Maxson was dramatlc coach and MISS Helen W1ll6mS dlrected the buslness staff wlth the result that the class reallzed over one hundred dollars 38 C6 ' ' 99 O : lloriu Hllllllillll B : l'zu1 llullzuzln-r, Maury Lois lllllflllillll, xvllllllll Agm-w. . . 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' . . , . . . , . . . , K . very F amlly Has One Do othy H lol g t W endt On Aprll 26 the semor class presented 1tS annual play Every Famlly Has One The Reardons are a typical Amerlcan famlly whose eccentrlcltles lf h1lar1ous are only normal Laura the mothdr has englneered a match between her daughter Marcla and wealthy Sherwin Parker The youngest Reardon Penelope IS a demon wlth sllngshot and piano Warry the son asplres to authorshlp Reglnald the father would rather tlnkelr Wlth a car than tlcker tape and Nana the grandmother IS concerned w1th Blng Crosby records and gettlng r1d of the Parkers Nana succeeds ln domg thls Wlth the help of L1ly an adorable l1ar wlth stage asplratlons Her performance as the skeleton ln the famlly closet IS convmclng and reveallng The Parkers leave 1n a hurry and Marlan IS reumted wlth the boy she really loves The cast Penelope Dorothy Helnlg Laura Janette Yunker Mrs Parker Mlrlam Stevens Nana Vera Jennmgs Essle Genev1eve Ever son L1ly Patrlcxa Wendt Marcla Vlfglnla Serns Reglnald Robert Anderson Warry James Vlckerman Mr Parker Clifford Jurgens Sherwln Walter Schroeder Todd Robert Burdlck Prompters were Jean Fxsh and Marlan Llpke Dramatic coach Dorothy M Maxson Wlth the publxclty and sale of tlckets under the leadershlp of Mlss Helen Wxllems the play was a flnanclal success 39 CCE ' 99 r ' einig, I vert Burdick, Yir iniu Se-rns, I'a ricia ' . . . H . 9 ! ' 77 . . . . . . . 9 . . . V 1 . 9 - 1 ' 1 7 Y ' y , . . . . . 9 - 7 7 1 Y 7 ! 7 3 I . c . I 1 u ' ! 7 Y 7 ' . . . . . . . - ! ! ! Y 7 . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 ! 7 9 ! 3 , S - 1 . . . . ! Y ! ' . . . . , . , mm 4-ii 0' Eff "- X deign ? Q SEPTEMBER Once again we turn our footsteps toward the place for h1gher book learn1n Our first assembly program of the year Our fiist football battle of the season against Wh1tewater C1ty Hxgh We came out on top 21 0 Class e1ect1on after a full week of heavy cam pa1gn1ng on all sides B111 Shadel Forexgn Correspondent Class of 1926 talked on the reporters Slde of the war Un1on and Janesvllle Blue Jays clash on the gr1d1ron Unlon vlctorlous 20 1 OCTOBER Coach Anderson really turned out a good team th1s year We have another v1ctory ln our favor Jefferson 7 6 No they re not Indians Just Freshmen havlng a w1ld txme at the Freshmen Mxxer Mr Jones told us about atoms very 1nterest1ng We WIH agam th1s t1me Evansvxlle IS the loser 39 0 Fools are discovered first s1x weeks are over The usual Homecom1ng Day Parade bonfire snake dance game wxth Lake Mills ibut th1s year we won 26 OJ and mixer We captured the Rock Valley League Champ1onsh1p th1s season Football theme was used to decorate the gym for the annual Homecom1ng Dance My my dont we look mce today but why not we had our plctures taken for the Blackhawk V1ctory IS ours as Delavan succumbs to the smashing force of our M1ghty Eleven 45 0 Football season closes wxth a bang up game against Wh1tewater College Hxgh lt was our seventh straight w1n 31 0 CALENDAR NOVEMBER 3 Teachers on a spree poor M1lwaukee Comes the revolution' The record player held out for a full evemng of S0lld JIVC Growing Pa1ns the Jun1or Class play a huge success Ah a breathmg spell at last-or should we say cause of It all' Basketball game at Wh1tewater we lost 19 18 The first conference game w1th Jefferson We lost 23 19 Nuff Sald DECEMBER Senlors sponsor a Sixth War Bond Dr1ve Dance I wonder Just how long the fellows w1ll have those gold footballs they were awarded tonlght at the annual football banquet dont you" They did lt agam I mean lost Th1s t1me to Lake M1lls 40 26 We won"' 31 29 Janesv1lle the loser A shout of Joy' Chrxstmas vacation begms Our team IS 1mprovmg we ve won two games m a row Tonight Evansvllle bows to us 33 29 4 CQ 0 A S - 5 0 75 0 1 ' . f N il. I. O I R 5 ' B .9 x ' Q1 u', f ,ie-Q ' 1 y ' o O ' ' Y I-41 1 . y, 2 0 oil: 0 S if ! Xt W , N-N -I X 9 ' . . , 2- ' ' I 11 ' . I . ' . . -Q .- . ll - . ,yy . . 1 . . . . ' 23 Y ' ' - y - ' Y an eating spell? Thanksgiving vacation is the - ' - H . 'H 28 1 ' , - . . . y . . . - ' 30 , ' , . I . . y 2 ' H ' ' , , - ' . , . y . 4 . ' ' ' . . , . . 9 . .l ' 7 - - ' -, y I ' '. " - - - ' 14 - ' ' . - . , Y 21 ' . ' ' ' , -40... M5555 15- 5-Q 5 CALENDAR Q JANUARY MARCH Back to ye olde gund agnn' School reopens Pract1ce for Nme Glllb the T11 H1 Y pl 1y began today Now we are on the beam xgam me inmg the team w on '1 game Jeflelson lost 26 2:1 My how t1me flys' The drudgexy of semester ewcams IS ox 91 Oh well Lrke M1lls leads IH the league und we really d1dnt expect to w1n KSLOIC 48 283 Lady Luck deserted the m1ghty ine when she lllowed Wh1tewate1 C1ty Hxgh to tuumph OXCI us Wlth '1 35 19 scoxe FEBRUARY Un1on sunk one more b1sket than Delavan Wh1Lh means the team w1ll go to the Reg1on1l Tournament 1n March As tax as we can flgule out Wh1tewater College H1gh m1ght just ns well hate stayed home cause they d1dnt st md a chance They hung the1r heads after belng deteated 44 25 The debate teams were really on the b1ll todxy at the Southern WISLOHSIH finals at M3d1SOD They won SIX and lost none The fellows 1eally b xttled It the tourn xment xt Elkhorn tomght and won the game w1th Bur 11ngton wh1ch mexns they play L1ke Genexx Fr1day nlght CWe lost thlS garnej The deb lte teams competed 1n the state finals today xt MWCTISOD They crme out fourth Su1e an 1ts the NVQHFIYI o the green' We all celebrlted St Patmcks Day by attendlng the dxnce sponsored by the F H A Muldel' thr11ls' dont be alumed 1ts only N1ne Guls the Trl H1 Y play Alonzo Pond showed us some ve1y mterestxng pleted on the l1fe ol p1eh1sto11c man lergue FOISDSIC Contest here APRIL ll Peppexed candy crazy Jokes but really we re not crazy folks' We re happy we hate two days x 1cat1on' The hungry SGHIOIS were satlsfled at the Jun1or Sen1o1 banquet' No beans for the Sen1ors cause the Jun1ors worked l1ke l1ttle beavers The xnnuxl Spllflg NIUSIC FeStlVa1 The comedy Every F1rn1ly Has One was pxesented by the semors lNIAY 20 The SBDIOFS show 1 seuous xem as they attend Baccalaureate SCFVICSS 233 A b1g day for semors' Gladuatlon and Farewell' -4 S 1+ a . 5 1 Q c, . Q 1, L l up ij as A KN Q Q U 1 f. 'Tl U X T J 1 491 5 r l ' R . I N t , X H4 HY I ,lt l U V I -ff xx " z' . . 3 2 ' ' . Y - - C v 17 ' , ' 'K l ' ' ' . I A Y Y , Q . . Q 1 Av . 1 Y .A , . , - . - ' ' , - A . 1- f .. slides-in regard to the research he has com- c ' ' ' ' ' ' -' ' ' 28 . z ' A- : - ' . . i . - . h l C . . Q Q . .1 . - ' 4 ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' 19 2 2 " " ' . 1 ' ' if ' ' , 26 ' , " ' ' L ' ," ' 141.. Men and Women mm The Ar- ecdl Forces Class of 1922 Merton Sayre Class of 1923 Carl Sunby Sr Alfred Wxleman Class of 1924 Garrelt D Coon Ruth Jenn1ngs Class of 1925 Charles Agnew Class of 1926 Robert Arnold Stephen O Connors Class of 1927 Edward Ell1s"' W1ll1am Davy Ruth Paul Harold Hull Class of 1928 Hartley Summers"""t' Donald Wrlght Class of 1919 Charles McBr1de Leland Skaggs Stanley V1en Class of 1930 Elwxn Coon Edward Courtney W1llard Cutts John Holmes Duane Parks Oren Serns Alfred V1en Class of 1931 Robert Cary Gerald Cost1gan'H"" Robert Rogers Donald Godfrey Gerald H1ll""f"' Howard Severance Wlllard Sherman Frederxck Thoms Russell Tyler Class of 1932 Lawrence Burdlck Maurlce Cashore"""f Frank Gilbert Marv1n Harte? John Walter Woodt Class of 1933 Arthur Anderson Loren Cralg George Mlles Crandall Donald Drew Kathleen Fannlng Woodard Kerr Robert Kunkel Vernon Loofboro Harry Paul W1ll1am Peabody J Woodrow RelCh Lou1s Sunby Leroy Watson Class of 1934 Wayne F Davldson Charles A1l1son Davls Kenneth Emerson Vernon Erbs Maynard Leel' Sherr1l1 K Rasmussen John W Rlnehart James She1ton""""' Elton Van Horn Class of 1935 Albert Bentz Chester Boss Max Burhans Duane Davls W1ll1am Erbs Charles Fanmng Fern Fleld Warren L1pp1ncott Arthur G11bert Edwm Kunkel Harold L1ma Marlon Ludeman Roger McGowan Al McK1llops Harold McM11lan Maur1ce McQueen Elmer Meyer James Mullen Loren Shelton Luther Walley Class of 1936 John Cunmngham John Gallagher Ray Humettl Robert L1pke Gordon Rxce Wesley Sharpe Class of 1937 Oren Babcock Donald Brown Walter Gray Rlchard Hull Donald Kidder' Robert Bruce Kumhen Chester Langholil Leslle Llppmcott Arthur Marquardt George Nuerenberg Charles Peabod Robert Polan Roger Polan Thomas W1xom Class of 1938 Donald Bussewltz Chfford Carroll Gxlbert Cunnmgham Robert Daland Harley Davldson Lloyd Garnett Ralph Gray Marshall Gandy Lyle Hllton James Hume -42 Harold Jenn1ngs Lawr L1pp1ncott"""t Rolland Maxson Basll Robert Mxtchell Bermce Newton Russell Polan Hubert Rlchardson V1rg1n1a Roberts Jeanne Townsend W1ll1am Traynor Robert V1ney Vernon Wendorf Chester Zanzmger Class of 1939 Bettle Anderson Wllllam Burdxc Wesley Coats Wlulam Deegan Thomas Harker Donald Hevey Roger Johnson W1ll1am McBr1de Max Munkber Stuart Phelps Irwln Randolp Ivan Randolp Ste1ner Stondall Howard Summerbell Stanley Van Horn James Wagner Sylvester Welter Irene Wlxom Hubert Wrlght Class of 1940 Harrls Bond Dorls Crandallrlut Eugene Hudson Hendrlc Hudson Benle Koch Spencer Kumllen DHFWID Llppmcott Nolan Nelson Westly Stockman Horace Tiffany Class of 1941 Irene Beran Delbert Chrlsty Robert Courtney Everard Cralg Donald Deegan Corw1n Hllton Warren Hull Wayne Hull Ross LeRoy Johnson Ke1th Maxson Duane Messer Alv1n R1ce Balon Severance Dalon Severance Hamllton Thompson Class of 1942 Joseph Vlckerman Lawrence Astmw Norman Bowers Paul Boyer Freedly Cunnmgham Emmett Fanmng Dav1d Hart Owen Haugom Rolland Holhday Robert Johnson Wllllam Klemp Horace Peabody Thane Peterson Kenneth Salmon Lester Townsend W1ll1am Vlckerman Charles Wagner Kenneth Zxllmer Class of 1943 Don A Borden Jr Wm E Cunnlngham Bruce E Gray Theodore Green Robert G Hemenway Edwm A Kapek Gene Kumllen Wllllam C Lauer Paul McNamara W1lllS Marshall Kenneth A Maxson Wxlham E Pond Ivan Kxrk Rice Harland J Roblnson Edw1n H Schroeder Joseph Stevens Carl Sunby Jr Donald Thomson Class of 1944 Allen Cooper R1chard Corkhxll Bob Cunnlngham George Geske Paul Greenman Harvey Grlflis Clayton Harley W1ll1am Helnlg Rlchard Henry Robert Hume Arlowayne Kanter James McCulloch Harry Marrlfield Robert Patterson Charles Scholl Ph1l1p Schroeder Kenneth Schultz Lea Scovllle Kenneth Tlffany Class of 1945 Gene Anderson Leonard Dangelo Malcolm McNamara Wayne Munns Ph1l1p Wagner Dxed ln Serv1ce Prxsoner of War 'l' onorably Dxscharged O ' wr Y 'FFF ' I ' HUF v - ' ' . . . . . k ' .y l ' 'l' . . 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Charles Andeuon Re 11 ENt1tc and Insurance Dr I VV B xbcock Dentlst Bank of Mllton Hans B11nk Texlco SEJXICC The Burdlck Corporatlon Roy Chase Park Garage Cltles Serwlce Statlon Co op St 1t1on and Feed M1ll Crandall s Malket Dlckhoff fl1t,XIOl6t S1lcs W E Emerson Stand zrd O11 Co E N E Store Farmer s Bank Gamble Store Gray 81 Albrecht G1 15 s Pountam 81 Gllll G1een s Balber Shop H 1rr1son Grocery IL R Hull GYOCQI Huttel s Shoe Store IRATLQONS Jf1nesv1llc Sterm I rundry 8: Dry Cleanem Johnxon Feed NI1ll Junct1on H 1rdw a1e Kent s B tkery L1pke B1oQ Pdlm Implements L1pp1ncott s Standard Stat1on A V Iukxs Hardvs tre S I M xbson Grocer Nlllton H udw 119 XI1ltOfl O11 Company DQXIQI Munson Attorney Ochs Sz Drake Grocery -13 P 'NI Ogden D15 Goods Olson s Ph 11m :cy P 11 k C lfe Pfefferkorn Stud1o Relch s Ford Garage E A RICE Heat Ma1ket Rollle S D1ug Sto1e Rye B 1rber Shop qCl'1lCl6 s P1kerx Dr G A SchmutLle1 Dentmt Sex erance Plumblng 8. He 1t1ng Stras bu1g Shoe Shop VAISIIX H111 Shop D1 T L Vogel XI ISCOHSITI Pow e1 81 Ilgllt C omp my Ina1l Xoung Phllllp A 66 SGIVICC ' 1' "S , Z S2 " 1' 1 ' I I .1 1 1. 1 1 , 1 . .1 1' 1, , ",.v' L , 11 . , . . V .. . 1 1 n' v K . , . ' l - 2 1 ,Q v ' I ve in I X kf ,Lv ' 1 1 ' ' . . 1 , c . ,Y I 1 41 vvy 1 ,. v. I 1 we ,1 1 1 E 1' i Q . . , u,'w 1 1 c 1' In 2 42 , . - 1 . 1 n. I Y 1 C V1 l Y n C 1 w . .. 1., . . , - . , . 1 1 .. . 11 . 1 1 11. c Y I 1 1. 4. 1 1 , 1' fl V40 A C C . . , Y 1 A 7 . 1 X 11 1 .1. , 1 w Iv rv la , n 1 f C 1- . C C ' 1 L. C.. , .1. ,1 c ' . , v W 1 1' A x v I I U 1 1 I 1 1,' Z 1 JL Y' V Q . . . .L , 1 ' ' 1 ' v .12 ' 4 vw 4 I 15 1 K fav' v 1.4 1 W C L ,. . Y . , 1' 1' t' 11' 1 2 ' 11. ' ' ' '- 1 ' , 1 'Qw- ,gun tif hx N111111 1111111 1111 rlxfll 1 1 1 1 1 1111111 11 1 111111 f1111 111 111 lllllf 111111 1111 11111 1 11 -14 FY V, v , rr , 1 1 ' yr' -' ' Y , 4' ,Q Q V. E Q 1 , 1 -1 x ,J - A ' -rf ' rf: -I 1 1 W' .vb kv dnl ,gf 'H 'ar ' 1 71 1 f '1 , 1 1 A 1 ' I ' nj 17 I xi .,. 'uf 1 , 1 it -W N 1 K , Vg l 'X F "I 4 Q, 1 H5 11 1 . 1 1 NX U x 1 f1 ,f 1 ' ' 1" 111111' ' 1 1:11 1'1p1" 11"1'1 ll' ' ' ' 171 ' 1111' 11'111'11'11 S11 1"1'1'1' H ' if .Y 111115 71,1l' 'ffl A "1' '1 1" p 1111111 C1 ' ' 1 1111, tCuntinued trum Page 26l ' clitiun at all times. They were enthusiastic and harl swine line ideals that they worked hard to inaintain. .-X write-Lip nt' this nature shoulql contain a iiic-iniiiizil tu the tiiwiispemiple who piwivideci ti'aiispcii'tatiiiii fm' out-tif-tciwii games. After the we-asiiii, the lliltwn Civic' Club and Milton .liim-timi lwiiiriic-i'c'izil Cluh spuiisriied a ban- quet Iwi' the ti-urn in aclclitiwn to the Support 2.il'CilKif' summarizecl. A iuiiitiiiii ui' the Sllt'L'llSS of a team is always pi-rwiflccl hv the t-fricli: thei'et'm'e, we give f4flllK'il .-Xiirloiwiii his share ul' credit in the fle- vclfipiiig tit' this great team. The sl-liocliile tif gainesf XXi.it--xx,il4i'1'1lx Hit-li H Nlilitiii I :iii-ii Il liviw- l:ii-Nxilli Illini- .Inna i'Nlilt1iyi l'liluii "H tllviw- I- It- I'-1-'i h'Nlilimi I'iiiriii T thviw- ix vvisxilli' ii l'y,i.iyl "'4 yn.,-,. 'Nliltmi ... 'Xllltiiii luiv- Hills U A ' lvmml .,'- hw,-,. lhluxuri H Nliltmi l'ni1vii 15 thi-rw Hliiti-xxittwi' lflllvfiuf High I' Xliltmi Vviiun 32 her- ,L l'riwtiig.,i iphw ltefleikoin Studio I-uit Atl-iinwn Xliwonkin lnuiaxing Brock Fngraxinsg Companw Xlaciscin Vkikcunxiii Nitiiiiiil lintm ' rin 1 11 nt Nkwuw ' ,I vim. '. . L- V f. .' k. V H' l'i'iniinig -lliiwe l'i'inting Cmiipaiiy, Prairie clu Chien, Wifi-misiii .X ' Q "hi.idiiig C i pany, Stevens l' i , .tin rqujaqaafzlvi


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