Morris Community High School - Chief Yearbook (Morris, IL)

 - Class of 1940

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Qi' 4, J 1 ' .,4. ,L ' - W , fx . -f . 62 Tgime fmseconds, minutes, tlays, weeks, months, years w,u'aits for no man anal once it has passed, can never he regained. 'x..Since the ancestral tlays of primitive man who carvetl pictures with pointetl tools in stone, many improvements have been tlevisecl to achieve a more complete perfection in the preservation of the written wortl.fwfBut even with modern day skills, we can no more hold hack the passage of time than our ancestors coultl. C545 the hands on the clock of time have steadily and silently reached out and seizetl with a firm grasp precious moments, the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years of high school life have recetletl into the past. fx. Cffhese have perman- ently estalnlishetl themselves in the halls of time whose doors open only to the mind's eye through fond reflection anti recollection. Q45 a key for unlocking the por- tals of time anal in entleavoring to attain a full realization of high school memories, we present you with the 1940 CHIEF, .fr emay you spend many happy hours reliving your school experiences spent at this, our e7XCorris Weigh School. ETHE1. CLAYTON, Editor. IW 1 f f 2 wh M 4 bfi-0 3 if ' - E 4 , ,J "-.fa '- 4 . fm-., N I ri A vb A ,,, 6 . ..., x, X - . 4, Xzq rg., .vw - - , ' Y H XJ, '14, -. 4-' V , "'-- W- I ,4 'P QQ: Lf, ,Mi , 1, , - . V+, , , -- ......f?,,.f. -,Q gx J 'X 2, Q 1 ,L s,c3f"S: ' . W' uygftffi 1' ' ' :'- T". " '-5?-75. Y -3ur.'S131'1FA' IJ 2- 'if-is " - W1-4Sf: ', ' ,L 'k::Q15--"5" ,y f' .1 'ls-wr. -. -4 -5 if v K K "P x : Erfgusgr - wi: I li, - 2 J' . , W .. ' I ff -hf?'?ffi5 f We-1 'YF 1 .:- v if sf:-as. . v f gm 2 A fn -X Jw- , 'A . I is -125 -'-'mia 22. . . -' ' -f.,. -. ,, - wh ' r 1' . I' - ' vat VL' U f '- W . 'H 4 M agar x wgifx' W O I 6 Zftlftgl vii 5 ' d eau! A-CAOOX Walk 743 W 71 Classes Report Varmls Panmly Sales Mixers Gym The Em-lli Pivnies Plays Hobo Day Band The Prom Class Night The Annual Pep Meetings The Junior Play Class Pictures Manual Training Class Tournaments Pep Club The Loyalty All School Play Sandwich Sales Tlllllllllllfl' Tap Dancing Basketball Club Meetings Connnunity Sing Gym Show Assemblies Golf Team llll'lIl0l'l0S ot' junior high svhool rlays, That awkwarml, painful, transitional phasvg Y2lll'l1lllll' wartivs-F roim-mhvi' 1' I Aml camly comix in Dt'1't'lllll0l'Z Arithim-tic, not matlivmativs, Palim-1' Mvthocl aml llramatit-sz Assvnihlv J!'0U'l'illllS, ltlmflisli, ch-hatos 4 P' I'1 Y Too olfl for Mayhaskets, too young: for :lates Flash editions, haii' in hraimls, Gvograpliy, Ilallowm-'vii niasrgm-1'ail1-sg Rip Van Winklv. tho Gill mill-, Moinorios Oi'-fll'lIl0l' Svhool. Whvn in high school wo i'0tm'n to play, ln tho spam-ions gym on many a flayg W0 haul out thv vllairs in 0l'llt'I' to soo, Plays, assomhlios, aml pi'og'i'anis with grlvv. Soim- go to Uvntei' to lvarii to cook, Ofte-ntiim-s making things mit in tho hookg Tho hoys iivwi' "mit" tliroiigrli to go to l'l2lHN Q . . - 'l'l11-y rv not lil a lIlll'l'yQ Just so they "pass ln the Ag room, future farimirs lvaru, Ilow to malw a living! wlil-ii it 1-mm-s their tm ii I.ot's not forgot music with its trehlm- oh-t' So you soo Fvlitoi- School m-wr iw-ally is "ll tt CENTER SCHOOL .x X. , . Q uf k what I ' , L. .I ,"'l1-1 M v N 4. ' " ' ' ,W Q. , ' , ' A ,def W 41. v l M -Ss, s v -A W ,w7"f1""f:,K'U":"' I ' 'W' ., MW , ,f Y,.. ? ' f 7 1 I' 'xl ' QQP' 4- -, -s ' . . q x. -1 h X. - Q ag, -,, 5. Q ,tai .. 1 . 'M' T.'iY,T-'fri 'Xl K 3':urf5,f, ' A v - ty' 3 ix ' ,AVS fs 'si , .. , ygy-m.p3,g.g .1 'gf . ,,-. mx iv 6 xg-fi. ' KX XlQ.'N 'rv X ' 4 x .i ' Q -- . -- ' ' "N" , fu ' '. ,, ff' 'A , . , I ,, La. 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'fllhvzu-uiN.t:.Q . mf- mm V X tn W l" ' M.. ,. A .-nam," " '--nun.-..,, 1 -visua- ummm Mr. A. V. Newsom, our 0stvv111vrl Ill'illl'iID2li, has gllidvd :md holpvd us iill'0llQIil 11111-v of om' four yours of high school. XNYCII-iill0NVl1 and well-like-ml, he has 1-o111111:1111h-11 H10 1'9sp1-vt and admira- tion of 1-wvy stufh-nf and faculty 1110111- lwi' of M. ll. S. QW Mr. L. E. Sfarkv has just finishvcl his first ymlr as Slliwrintc-11411-111 of tho Mor- ris School systmn. Hvsidvs SlIl'l't'NSflliiy fulfilli11,Q' his dufies, he has. dum- to his jovial and fI'i0Ilfiij' ll2IfllI'0, 1-211-111-ml for iliIllS0if the lasting: Icl'il'llIiNiliI7 of vvwy- UNK' ill The student body. '7 Raymond Uzmaday, Harry 'I'o1'1'cnf'o, Dr. J. B. Larson Lloyd Wynkuop, Walter Pe-nn. Arlvy Mums. Walter Grvvniivld l:t'lIIlilll' wl'x'iv0 :xml ,ill4li1'i0IlN Ivmlvl'sl1ip uw HIl1N12lIl1lilI,, ml1:ll':lvtm-1'1s!lc's 01 ilu- lxllll'l'lS svllnol lmzml. 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Ed. l'nive-rsity of Illinois .aio Q ' 1 f-"2 1: , w :fl ,fx .f -1 ,- , , 111- -. J- , 1 -1 1, :za ' 'H 2 r" f- - -A 2 ,K -'ff , r .1 J ,3 .Mi gi. Q f 2 wir? My 1- 5 iz: 1, -. Ay i .r 4, aa' 3-' U ' . ' " ..-1 2, .. '-7 51 .'-Y-ff.-:Mrs -I .-.H .if ,.L1'4"' "-" fi ' 2' ' 4' -' w V ' -"nz: nv" 5-Tg4'f'f'-"' ' TTT!" '-Ji..." iff' S1-5' if' ' ' LIP' X' Efvd w,6Lw1'5, P11 g fs- ill X WH! vs 7' N x 1 4' 'l'H'1'lI':' I, lGfIil1vi'ilnvlii1-I': lilhvl Vlsnlxtvmi 2. llxisim-ss Nl:ul:l:1'r: YI--lla: Sip--xxir'f1 S1 Vlnsx Nl:1iu:1:1'l'x li. lirznlnum. X. N-Iswn. I". I"4lx:-in: l. Sn:upslinI Assistants: 19. llzulwr. .I. lllll'lH'l'. J. lirinni, ll. Sharp I" I':-lwlswlxg fr. .hsislzml l'Irlili.i's: ll. llmlm-y, Y. Y:-inllwssi U. .Xilvi-i'Iixiii:' XI:nlx:l:'1'l'N: li llwwi .l. 1IQli'f'ln1 T. .XVI l-I1lit1il'1 ,l:1iln- l"l1-lwlis-u': N, Siinlxslmt l'I4lit-ur: 4'l:ni':-iuvv .Xlzll-:lxllw-1 H. S1-url Hui: :um-rx: l, Hsxxmrvl, ll. 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W. 4ls111-ss: T. 1'l:1ss l'1'1-S1111-nts: l1'l'1'sl1111:111. I 'l'111'1'1-111'1-3 N11pl111111111'1-. K. N1'ls1111: .l1111i1w1', .I. 'l':lhl1-1'1 N1-1111111 li. l"11s1-11: S. Sl1lvl'1-l111- 1'11111'I: A Il I NI11I1 ll lllll 1x I NIHIx1lll1lll1 11s111. ...'1'1-, . , , . "- . or us seniors 4. . fleeting hours Mtzy c: Commercial Ein-Hi Staff, 4. Pep Club. 4 Hobby Club, 4 July 29 wife John W. Ostrem College Preparatory Em-Hi Staff. 4 All School Play, 3 Debordrex, 3, 4 Advisory Counsel, Dramatic Club, 3 Annual Staff, 4 Student Council, 4 December 18 Bernadine A. Rudow Commercial Em-Hi Static, 4 Commercial Contest, July 27 Harvey Johnson, "Bull" General F. F. A., 3, 4 Secretary, 4 "M" Club, 4 Football Team, l, 2, October 10 4. .qt i lol ez Sorem Commercial Ein-Hi Staff, 4 Commercial Contest. August 27 . er Hodney, "Red" Tollege Preparato y m-Hi Staff, 4 Band, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play All School Play, 3 Dramatic Club, 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 S X A Basketball Team. 2, 3, 4 March 12 Program Chairman, 4 4 wskaaz- walflf William Waters, "Ike" General Em-Hi Staff, 4 "M" Club, 4 Vice-president, 4 Baseball Team. 2 Football Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Team. 3, 4 Class Vice-president. 4 July 31 l e Webber neral-Commercial ibrary Club, 3 m-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A., 4 Commercial Contest. 3. 4 August 3 QWWV Mrtliiir G. Olson General-Commer ' l Em-Hi Staff, 4 Annual Staff 4 Basketball eam..3, 4 Football T am, 3 Baseball 611111.44 May 30 Gerrygwolfe General Em-Hi Staff, 4 Band, 2, 3, 4 Librarian, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader, 2. 3, 4 Hobby Club, 4 G. A. A., 4 February 21 James R. Bryant. "Jim" r College Preparatory French Club, 3. 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Junior Play Dramatic Club, 3 Commercial Contest, 4 Science Club, 4 President. 4 Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4 Annual Staff, 4 May 19 Eileen J. Daily General-Commercial Girls Glee Club, 2, 3 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 2. 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 August 1 John 0. Johnson General Em-Hi ' tf, V , ' Octobe v b ' ' M2241 I William Ritter, "Bill" General I F. F. A., 4 Junior Play Football Tealn, 1, 2, 3 Basketball Team, 1 October 22 Ethel Phillips Seeretarial-Cominercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 Commercial Contest. 3 April 5 llowarcl Stangland, "Howie' College Preparatory French Club, 4 , Em-Hi Statf, 4 Junior Play ' March 11 f' k ' Avis Turner, "T0oclie Commercial Girls' Glee Club, 1 Library Club, 3, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2. 3, 4 Dramatic Club, 3, 4 Student Council, 4 President, 4 July 16 General F F A 3 4 . . ., , llobert Peacock, "Bob" Q Tl'CllSlll'Pl', 4 Science Club, 4 April 8 Ethel Cla to , " Cc l,g r ' or! G' , Club, 2, 3, 4 'enc Club, 3, 4 L' ra Cl b, 2. 3, 4 1-H t' ', 4 , l b, ,oi Contest, 4 al Staff, 4 .cienee Club, 4 Student Council, 4 Assembly Program Chair- man, 4 Reporter, 4 September 10 Mabel Underwood Commercial Em-Hi Staif, 4 December 11 G nel f F. F. A. A President, 4 Annual Stuff, 4 May 22 11g1n1a Ventless "Gin" IIIGTCI ll' Q GP I, N nnual Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 August 17 G'l.'l J C , x W IS E' , 4 J ' Hy 4 ' L lub, 1, 2, 4 Harvey A. Hansen, General F. F. A., 4 Football Team, 4 February 3 4 . 1, 2, .2 "Cotton" an vs!-1 Q fl :vat . J - Louise Minarich General-Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 December 12 if recall memories of commercial contests ii: . Page Fifteen club activities . . semester exams iffy!-QJVX Stella Sipowicz ,ff Secretarial-Commercial Library Club. 2, 3, 4 Hobby Club, 4 Commercial Contest, 2, Em-Hi Staff, 4 Annual Staff, 4 May 23 John Cicearello General-Commereial Em-Hi Staff, 4 November 27 Lois Peterson Secretarial-Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 August 20 5 Donald Sharp, "Don" General 'Y 3 ,'v KW if - fj K' Em-Hi Staff, 4 -J If Science Club, 4 f y I .xf ' June 11 , ,bfi J 9 X Bette Kindelspire General-Commereial Library Club, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Hobby Club, 4 Sc-ienee Club, 4 Secretary-'I'reasurer, I.. A, A., 4 4 X416 Commercial Contests, Il, 4 January 14 Glenn Dean. "1Jiz" College Preparatory Em-Hi Staff, 4 Science Club, 4 August 12 Mornia Finehlv school plays . 'wi X, 1, , w K a Robert Bergstrom, "Hob" A, General-Commercial In Em-Hi Staff, 4 A t 11 ugus 'fl a lv ller. "Rainny" C ge Ireparatory rls' Glee Club, 3, 4 m-Hi Staff, 4 Band. 2, 3, 4 Pep Club, 4 Hobby C ub, JP' January ff l' ,049 fa Robert R. Bright, "Bob" Genera1-Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 October 28 l.orotby L. Kay Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 Hobby Club, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Julv 22 l QWW ww' alph Fosen Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 Junior Play Annual Staff, 4 Basketball Team, 3, 4 Class Vice-President, 3 Class President, 4 Student Council, 4 Home Room Secretary, 4 December 6 fc Secretarial-Commercial Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 1 Commercial Contest, 2, 3, November 19 4 Thomas Peterson, Betty Johnston College Preparatory Em-Hi Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 April 25 l'larenc'e A. Alabastro, "Muss" General Em-Hi SHUT, 4 F. F. A.. 4 Annual StatT, , 4 f August 23 N ' N ul Y V J Betty M. Johnson General Em-Hi Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 November 10 rf -,J at ILJ Darwin T. Osmonson General Band, 4 F. F. A. Scienee Club, 4 December 31 Jean Dance General Girls' Glee Club, 2 Em-Hi Stalf, 4 February 15 General Annual Start, 4 Science Club, 4 Basketball Team, 3, 4 July 8 Q l l 1, ,ff Maxine H. Enger, "Bing "Tom" Glenn Baker General "M" Club, 4 Baseball Team, 2, 4 Football Team, 1, 2, 3, Basketball Team, 1, 2 Junior Play F. F. A., 3, 4 Reporter, 3 Watch Dog, 4 December 12 J' Evelyn Rives ' General . Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 4 Annual Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 November 25 4 .J v Va- X J' 'Y 1 .-- , ,f 4 f' 1 ' af .f John J. Perucca Em-Hi Staff, 4f Band, 2, 3, 4 GBIIPFHI-C0mm Club, 4 Baseball Team, 1 Football Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 February 19 General-Commercial n Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 July 16 I, I "f , api 1 41. I M 4 .I H Dalton Bednarik General-Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 F. F. A., 4 Annual Staff, 4 Baseball Team, 1, 2 May 16 Dorothy Nelson, "Dot" Secretarial-Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 Junior Play Pep Club, 1, 4 Debordrex, 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer, Annual Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 Commercial Contest, 3, December 28 4 4 I I the tardy penalty . . blue Mondays . . . mixers Page Seventeen Marjorie Wolverton IWD Thomas A. Delockery, "Tom" General Junior Play "M" Club, 4 President, 4 Football Team, 1, 2, 3. 4 Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3, Class President, 3 January 31 I Lor ine Carlson llege Preparatory 1 iris' one Club, 1 4 Em- Staff, 4 1 Ju or Play X ake-up Manager ,p Club. 1, 2, 3, 4 y u f obby Club, 4 7 Science Club, 4 I f- French Club, 3 ' February 11 4 Thomas H. Johnson. "Tom" General Em-Hi Staff, 4 F. F. A., 4 Junior Play Property Manager March 28 .I Commercial Pep Club, 1, 2, 3 March 15 P rances Fosen College Preparatory French Club, 3, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Annual Staff, 4 May 23 Ruth Hitchcock General-Commercial Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Library Club. 2, 3, 4 Program Chairma Em-Hi Staff, 4 All School Play, 4 n, 4 Assistant Director, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 President, 4 Debordrex, 1, 2. 3, 4 Vice-President, 4 Dramatic Club, 2, 3, Annual Staff, 4 April 25 4 4 fire drills . . term papers debates MH MM, Barbara Kilmer College Preparatory French Club, 3. 4 Vice-President, 4 Library Club, 3, 4 President, 4 Pep Club. 1, 2, Zi. 4 Vice-President, 4 Uvtobei' 19 Richard Dewey, "Dick General Em-Hi Staff, 4 Dl'2llllHliC Club, 3. 4 "M" Club, 4 Football Team, 2, 3, 4 Class Vive-President January 22 Doris Johnson General-t'ommervial Em-Hi Statt, 4 Hobby Club, 4 August 12 r W I yciawvv P'-"'4"J Eloise Peters College Preparatory Em-Hi Staff, 4 Annual Staff. 4 Hobby Club, 4 lien-enilwr 20 Marilyn Hamilton General Library Club, 4 Em-Hi Statt, 4 Junior Play G. A. A., 4 December 11 WWW Bernice Rossi General Library Club. 2 Em-Hi Staff. 4 Junior Play lwep Clllh. 1, 2. 3 Wadi, v Program Manage ' Y Annual Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 Science Club, 4 December 13 X Q0 Ilule Monson, "Ret " General Junior Play z I Stage lilanagvr mtskt-limit 'mnn. za, 4 ff' Mn rch 30 Marilyn June Newman, "Hunk" College i,l't'llill'1lll7l'j' Junior Play All School Play, 1, Z, I! Property lilanager, Il Pep Club, l, 11, 3, 4 lleborclrex, 1, 15, Sl, 4 Program Chairman. 4 Girls' Glee Club, 1, 24 lf'rt-nc-ln Club, Il, 4 linrlli Start, 4 llrumatir Club, LI, ZZ, 4 llelmle TPQIIII. Z! G. A. A., 4 Muy 22 llobert llurkee, "Bob" College Preparatory Em-lll StalT. 4 l". lf. A., Sl, 4 Science Club, 4 September 18 .loyrv llat lr, ".oy" General lfllu-lli Stull, 4 Pen Club, 1, ZZ. CL 4 Cil4'l'l'iC2lliCl', 2, 15. 4 llobby Club. 4 Cluss Secretary-Treasurer, 'I Home lloom Secretary. 4 May 225 - Willurtl SilUClll2liiCl', "Ilu1l" General lim-lli Slatt, 4 All Srliool Play. 4 Stage Manager, 4 llrunmtir Club, 4 bNovt-inln-r 10 ltlvelyu M. Meltille Secreturial-Comniert-iul Girls' Glee Club, 2 ldurlli Stall, 4 Pep Club. 1, 22, 3, 4 Conimerrial Co 't, " ' llevelnbe 30 Q Mr Cecelia Cepiel General-Commercial Pep Club, 1 Em-Hi Staff, 4 October 12 Marion L. Dewey General Hand, 2 F. F. A., 4 Science Club, 4 .luly 11 Ruth Graham College Preparatory Girls' Glee Club, 3. 4 French Club, 3. 4 President, 4 j A Em-Hi Staff, 4 ff J, Band, 2, 3 ft X Junior Play ...IQ ' Business Manager An st-11001 Play, 2, 3 "2 ,J Property Manager, 3 -'13 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer, 4 Dramatic Club, 2, 3, Annual Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 November 2 Willis llildy, "Bud" General Course 4X 4 Dramatic Club, 1. 2, .5 French Club, 3 All School Play, 1, 3, 4 Junior Play Manager June 9 Sybil Erickson Commercial Ein-Hi Staff, 4 Commercial Contest, October 27 iw! ff lfrunk Petersen General Em-Hi Statf, 4 F. F. A., 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 Science Club, 4 September 2 3.4 ...,...f-""""- .M Pep Club dance . . . out-of-town games Page Nineteen leaving us Yx General Junior Play All School Play, 4 "M" Club, 4 Baseball Team, 2, 3 Football Team, 1, 2, 4 Basketball Team, 2, 3, 4 .June 26 , - ,Cho .Drab 72,144 fyya. Betty Engel' Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 1. , 4 Febr ary Orville L. Rasmussen General-Commercial Em-Hi Staff, 4 Commercial Contest, 2 July 9 Q Lorraine Parker Secretarial-Commercial Girls' Glee Club, 2 Em-Hi Staff, 4 September 20 r' "' Dale Winsor, "Dude" College Preparatory Junior Play Stage Manager Science Club, 4 "M" Club, 4 Football Team, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3, 4 Class President, 1 October 16 Jane Fletcher College Preparatory Girls' Glee Club, 1 French Club, 3, 4 u J Library Club, 2, 3, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 ,N All School Play, 4 tif Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Debordrex, 2, 3, 4 - Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 Junior Play Q11 I Class Secretary-Treasurer, 1 June 3 Donald Uerkwitz anticipating the hour Peggy Warren College Preparatory Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3 4 Library Club, 2, 3, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Junior Play Manager All School Play, 2, 3 Manager Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Debordrex, 2, 3, 4 President, 4 Debate Team, 4 Dramatic Club, 2, 3 January 8 John A. Stinchcomb General Em-Hi Staff, 4 Novembe W Inez Oswood 'Wax General Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . Annual Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 May 7 Gordon P. Anderson General F. F. A., 3, 4 Vice-President, 3 Class President, April 5 J und Llbrar X? Em H1 Sta sz ' ang TW- ci - Yale b, 1 . Q- ' 3, Pep Club, 1,' 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 Class Secretary-Tleasurel 3 September 14 General Em-Hi Staff, 4 April 1 Gene Ventress General Course Football, 2, 4 Baseball, 4 Basketball, 2, 3, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 October 12 f Maxine , Generl ' lal Course Girl ' Glee Club, 1 2 1 Staff 4 ep Club 1 .! 7 S ,4 0ber 2 y 4 syf M6 . my Gerald Freeland General Commercial Course Em-Hi Staff, 4 March 13 Elean re Griffith Co e n Preparatory Gi Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 French Club, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer, 4 Library Club, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Band, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play, 3 All School Play, 4 Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff, 4 Mixed Chorus. 4 June 20 I Q Thelma Daggett General Course Em-Hi Staff, 4 Hobby Club, 4 September 13 MM William T. Warren General Course Em-Hi Staff, 4 Debordrex, 4 Debate Team, 4 Football Team, 1 January 8 Jane Eva Ray Commercial Cour Library Club, 4 Em-Hi Staff, 4 Pep Club, 3, 4 G. A. A., 4 December 2 Anna Mae Koncher Commercial Cour Em-Hi Staff, 4 August 29 ,2,3 S6 SB of n new beginning.. EHlllllNlTnHlllllNll a Page Twenty-one Page Tizefity-two t'IiASS HISTORY Slowly, very slowly, lest we should miss something, we wander back over the years to a day, the day when we entered school. So proud were we of our first school books and pencils! What a day when we could write not only our names but cal, dog, rat, and even feoelrerl Then when we could tell time-could there be any greater joy? We were very easy to please in those days, it took so little to make us happy. With our valentines, Hallowe'en and Christmas parties, we were quite content. On we went, learning, and then we entered Junior High School. Here we were confronted with the problem of pleasing not one teacher but five or six. This proved a new experience for us. What a task! But after we 'teaught on," it was simple and a lot of fun. Then came the second big "red letter day" in our lives-our eighth grade graduation. After having received our diplomas, we realized that eight years of happy school days holding dear memories were stored in the past. On a September day, we, the class of 1940, entered high school. Such a welcome as we received! Many of us were caught in the wrong room after second bell. Sometimes, during the first week, we were caught on the wrong stairs while hurrying to class. But we learned quickly. The upperclassmen called us Hgreen freshmen" but we could take it. The first social event of the season was a mixer held in OUR honor. After that it wasn't so bad: basketball, football, and baseball games. mixers, the Pep Club dance and banquet, and our freshman picnic. Our studies, together with social events, kept us very busy. After a welcome summer vacation, we returned to M. H. S. to take up our studies where we had left them the year before. This time we weren 't frivolous freshmen but sagacious sophomores! This year it was part of our "duty" to make the freshmen as thoroughly uncomfortable as was humanly possible. Many of our boys were recognized as born athletes and some of them really did our class honor. Among other things, our picnic, Pep tllub activities, sports and mixers took up the greater portion of our time. We enjoyed ourselves a great deal and were just a little sorry when vacation eame. Another vacation gone and we returned to enter our junior year. We were thoroughly at home by this time, and since we had discovered just how much effort to spend 011 our studies to Hget by," we devoted most of our time to get- ting all the enjoyment out of this year that we possibly could. By this time some of the boys were outstanding players on the basketball and football teams. We honored the seniors with a banquet and dance and gave a play, "Radio Rescue." Our last year in school loomed up all too soon! We elected officers, edited the year book, edited the Em-Ili. took part in the All School Play, "Seven Sisters." and we1'e royally entertained by the juniors. Then we prepared for the climaxing activity of our high school career, graduation. Measuring for caps and gowns, choosing and ordering invitations and cards, and rehearsing our class night activities kept us busy during the last month of school. On the night of June 5, 1940, we graduated. The most that we can say is, to quote from the once popular song, "Ah, Well, It Was Swell While lt Lasted!" W 07p?jj"'J?e.'qq? L4 0 X gr Top Row: M. Steele, R. Munts, M. Webster, K. Osmonson, S. Such, G Osmonson. f Second Row: H. Hockings, A. Ryan, W. Huffman, M. Peterson, E. Hill J. Spandet. Third Row: M. Weitz, R. Granger, B. Perry, W. Munyon, M. Penton W. West. Fourth Row: H. Coop, H. Sander, E. Connor, M. Nelson, R. Christian sen, R. Stine. Fifth Row: M. Bien, F. Danforth, V. Ferris, R. Carlson, P. Vice, J Peterson. Sixth Row: M. Otto, B. Osbrink, W. Donahue, J. Barnes, W. Hincy, L Donahue. Seventh Row: F. Winkel, A. Cooper, C. Hendrickson, W. Peterson, M Heggen, D. Durkee. Eighth Row: C. Dickman, J. Cosgrove, K. Qually, D. Pinder, D. John son, L. Todd, T. Daggett, E. J. Peterson, V. Peel. Ninth Row: M. Thompson, R. Peterson, J. DeWitt, J. Bull, B. South combe, G. Hauge, J. Sterritt, R. Dembecki, B. Sklut. Tenth Row: W. Tietke, M. Daily, R. Vanden, J. Gunnerson, H. Harring ton, E. Erickson, S. Sampson, M. Cluster, R. Macdonald, S. Bent son, A. Anderson, H. Erickson. Eleventh Row: N. Goode, M. Erickson, R. Kay, D. Newshwander, B Hoganson, D. Black, H. Guard, M. Meyer, L. Johnson, J. Macdonald M. Gritiln, W. Osness. Twelfth Row: E. Peterson, K. Riley, T. Costello, M. Stine, D. Fread S. Berkland, J. Tabler, M. Narvick, B. Lynes, V. Chubb, E. Hart J. Lovel. JJ Page ,Twenty-four P d b 1 v r 9 I-ll UU' ,1 'IK K-- Q ' , A 4 4 x X X .. lu. SHS SY- it J I Ml" 33 -Li D6 L!! 'QQ if cf N .86- sd 3-L Q o EX' ' ' N' U N Q3 Xa N 'X 'V Page' Twvnry-si.r A if W 'W WA was 4 .- ul" Q -art? f94f . First Row: H. Jones, G. Nelson, D. Cooper, F. Newell, T. Heggen, D. Ryan, J. Hauge, B. Terry, G. Meyer, M, Weimer, L. Blair, R. Rogers. Second Row: B. Lyons, H. Johnson, M. Kramer, H. Tucker, J. McElvain W. Anderson, A. Hutchings, R. Carr, H. Stangland, R. Hexdall M. Watters, M. Llmbach. Third Row: A. Peterson, M. White, H. Hoge. Fourth Row: J. Stinchcombe, C. Bolton, J. Johnson. Fifth Row: D. Parker, D. Peterson, R. Brown, G. Fraley, L. Goalby, A Krzysciak, R. Smith, P. Uerkwltz, W. Sampson, M. Morrall, E Kussler, H. Rossi. Sixth Row: M. Allen, R. Seavy, M. Bryant. B. Winkel, J. McNabb, M Day, M. Kindlespire, R. Gunderson, A. Olson, W. Kindlespire, C Knutson, M. Morrison. ' Seventh Row: N. Benson, I. Hougas, B. Hume. Eighth Row: R. Barnard, M. Lavarier, J. Butz. Ninth Row: J. Chrisman, A. Hockings, A. Harrison, C. Burmeister. Tenth Row: V. Brady, S. Johnston, R. Matteson, M. Kay, B. Lyon, M Sorem, R. Webster, M. Gahlbcck, K. Nelson, E. Erhler, J. Wool- dridge. E. Paulsen. Eleventh Row: M. Schildt, D. Freeland, F. Ellberg, M. Osncss. V. Glenn. H. Arnold, M. Manning, W. Southcombe, N. Bolen, R. Darin, J. Bar- ger, R. Hagen. Twelfth Row: W. Silk, E. Olson, L. Boyle, C. Mills, R. Costello, R. An- derson, G. Fisher, M. Mettille, C. Kopczick, H. Smith, H. Pugh, C Gwarney. 1744 VY X Page Twenty-seven ' I 1 . .1 ,C- 'QC' '36 RK' QQ X ,,5, 1 6 JG- 16- f..,.J 36 -15, 49 .4 p.f 'F Vx. 5-r' ,.,- QQ if 2-9- ai- AQ' l'rlgc' 7'11'Pr1f1f-vigil! --34 F14 ,Q I 7 ,iv-.7 O Mead' ,lazy ' V First Row: E. Corrigan, E. Ullrich, J. Penn, M. Schott, R. Sampson B. Peterson, B. Frey, E. Canaday, C. Fancher, E. Munyon, L. Liles F. Anderson.- Second Row: M. Terry, E. Valdes, B. Obenshain, E. Erickson, M. Olson, G. Nelson, N. Opheim, E. Champlin, M. Munts, W. Peacock, M Stangland, J. Brady. Third Row: A. Hill, M. Saloga, D. Sterritt, J. Rohan, D. Sheedy, E Mitchell, R. Silk, J. Lindsay, W. Sharp, R. Miller, W. Sampson A. Brown. Fourth Row: L. Severson, E. Thompson, M. Brady, L. Rosenmiller, P. Barger, A. Boyle, A. Ehrler. Fifth Row: G. Durkee, G. Lund, G. Enerson, M. Seeger, N. Nelson, R. Panish. T. Carey. P Sixth Row: F. Best, J. Maunder, P. Starke, R. Redmond, J. Torreuce, J. Feeney, J. Osness, D. Watters, J. Kowalzyck, J. Butz, R. Bednarik Seventh Row: B. Jacobson, W. Laabs, E. Olson, L. Erb, L. Christensen P. Matteson, W. Favreto, B. Wood, J. Wilson, S. Berge, I. Bell. Eighth Row: J. Heath, G. Vaksdal, L. Gulley, D. Dibble, M. DeJohn H. Nelson, B. Harrington, W. Butterfield, I. Reed, J. Davidson N. Scofield. Ninth Row: J. Dance, V. Galli, B. Enger, B. Shoemaker, W. Harper, B. Bumgarner, M. Stangland. Tenth Row: R. Enger, H. Daily, N. Likens, G. Bednarik, A. Lyon, B. ' Lynes, M. Miller. Eleventh Row: H. Carr, E. Thorson, H. Hansen, G. Johnson, G. Hovdu M. Greenlee, H. Johnston. Twelfth Row: T. Greenlee, M. Broderick, L. Larson, P. Clayton, G. 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Picturesque Hungarian costumes and soft lighting effects combined so realistically that they transported us into the land of ancient and carefree Budapest. The entire cast worked hard to make the play the success that it was. "What a funny smell l" "That's the 'stinkum stink- torumf " "My mustache-my goodness!" "Ed Burns! Come back here this minute! ! ! ln These are just a few of the lines Fever .4 which the cast of t'Spring Fever" could be heard mumbling weeks, days, and even hours before the cry 'tactionn was heard on the set. An appropriate play for this season of the year was pre- sented by the juniors on May 10. The play was a story of a typical eastern college and the perplexities of student life. Humor, misunderstandings, explosions, and snappy dialogue all were combined to make the play an entertaining feature of the year. Page Thirty-two Library Club The Library Club is an organization of girls whose duty it is to have charge of the school library during study periods. Each girl acts as librarian once a week. She must exercise a good deal of patience and tact for she must keep the library quiet so those who are studying will not be disturbed. She must also be able to locate a book on the shelves when a request is made for that book. This year the girls have revised the cataloging system of the library. They have re-accessioned and re-cataloged all ot' the books. Many new publications and periodicals were added to the library rack and also a new set of the World Book Encyclopedia. Barbara Kilmer is President, Eleanore Griffith is Vice- President, and Jean Haglund is Secretary-Treasurer. E x All School Play Spring Fever Library Club French Club Renulrquezl ln case anyone finds a note in the study hall which contains any French expressions, he generally looks up an member of the French Club to do a bit of translating for him. "Why can 't I learn how to roll my fs?" "Can't we sing today?" 'tLet's translate Monsieur Perrichonf' In passing the French room, one might hear these questions being asked. Many times the students practice their French accent by singing French ditties. At any meeting of the club "L'Alouette" and "Les Gars de la Marine" are likely to be heard. These are favorite songs, and the club has become so interested in singing songs in French that they have translated several current popular numbers into the French language. One of the highlights of the year which Le Circle Iflrangrzis will long remember is the trip to the French movie, "Louise" Here the students had a chance to test their ability in under- standing a true Frenchman speak the language. In case one got a bit befuddled, there were English translations at the bottom of the screen. A picnic climaxed the activities of the club for the year. Ruth Graham-President, Eleanore Gritiith-Vice-President3 Jean Haglund-Secretary-Treasurer. Yea Maroon, Yea White! Come on Morris lets fight! This Pep yell may be heardhat almost any Pep assembly. The Pep Club girls use the names of the opposing teams as Club their themes for the pep meetings, such as, "Eat-'em-up Sand- wich" and 'tTakum starch out of Argo." Prominent in their white sweaters with maroon letters, the Pep Club girls are an important and decorative part of every basketball or football game. If you get hungry, buy a har-if you get thirsty, get a bottle of pop. Both are sold by the Pep Club girls at basketball games. An annual event sponsored by the Pep Club is the Pep Club Banquet and Dance. This year the decorations and program were in keeping with an Hawaiian theme. Ruth Hitchock is President, Barbara Kilmer. Vice-Presi- dent, and Ruth Graham, Secretary-Treasurer. Page Thirty-four Science JHIIIGS Bryant .... ..... ...... P r esident Club Robert Brown ...... ....... V ice-President Bette Kindelspire ........ Secretary-Treasurer The Science Club is a new organization in our high school this year. lt was organized to create more interest in science subjects. Meetings are held the third Monday of each month and special meetings are called for laboratory work. The two main events of the year, financed by dues paid monthly, are: a trip through the Morris Paper Mills, and a trip to the Museum of Science a11d Industry in Chicago. French Club Pep Club Science Club QX 3 .46 4 T' N -. QQ? gs, : -. X QQEPQ Q Q . 3 5 C Q '55 5 . 13 .- eww ir!! lf: Hobby Club Dramatic Club Debordrex Dramatic Hobby Club The Dramatic Club has as its President, Avis Turner, Vice- Girls! If you haven 't a hobby, get one . . . if you have one, join the Hobby Club and develop it. That's what many high school girls have done. Besides their spending many joyful hours in sewing, knitting, crocheting, and making scrapbooks, the girls have found time to enjoy a roller skating party. Meet- ings of the club are held twice a month. At one meeting a dog show provided an entertaining program. Inez Oswood is President, Joyce Baker, Vice-President, and Marcella Mettille, Secretary. President, Ray Munts, and Secretary-Treasurer, Jane Fletcher. Tl1e club furnishes many actors and actresses for the annual All School Play. .It also provides managers, directors, property men, and ushers for the play. The versatility and ingenuity of the members are demon- strated in small plays, skits, pantomincs, and dramatic mono- logues which are given for womcn's clubs, church functions, and other organizations. Every year the mothers of the Dramatic Club members are honored with a banquet at which they are presented with cor- sages and entertained by a play. Debordrex "Madame Chairman, I definitely kno flavor XVT1011 left on the bedpost overnight Club W that gum loses its . . . Madame Chair- man, I object! . . . Are the Jetfs or the Hams ahead at this meet- ing?" On and on go the decisions and arguments until the gavel is brought down accompanied by an emphatic "Order! Order!" and silence reigns throughout the meeting hall. The Debordrex society 's aim has been to further the art of public speaking. lt has accomplished this end by giving pro- grams which eonsist of extemporaneous talks, original and dramatic, declamations, debates, and sessions molded after those used in Congress. First Semester Second Semester Peggy War1'en ...... President Ray Munts ......... President Ruth Hitchcock-Vice-President Wm. Warren --Vice-President Burdelle IIoganson-Sec.-Treas. Dorothy Nelson .... Sec.-Treas. Page Tmrty seven "M" Club To promote sportsmanship throughout the school and the community and to promote a better spirit among the teams them- selves are the objectives of the "MM Club. A motto might well be, t'All for one and one for all." The boys traveled to Champaign to witness the Illinois State High School Basketball Finals. This trip was financed by a basketball game with the Morris faculty versus the Marseilles faculty. Score: Morris 25, Marseilles 21. A dance climaxed the activities of the "M" Club for the year. The president is Tom llelockery. William Waters is Vice- President and Harry Sklut, Secretary-Treasurer. The Girls' Athletic Association was introduced this year as a new organization. One of the main events of the season which the G. A. A. sponsored was the Gym Show. This included a tumbling act, a calisthenics drill, folk dancng, games, relays, and a grand finale. This organization has been active in spon- soring school dances. The most spectacular was the Barnyard Frolic to which the boys and girls wore overalls and calico dresses. The otiicers are Jane Eva Ray, President, Jane Lovel, Vice- President, Rhoda Hagen, Secretary-Treasurer. Page Thirty-eight F. F. A. G. A. A. The Future Farmers of America represents one of the most active organizations of Morris High School. The purpose of the F. F. A. is to practice brotherhood, honor rural opportunities and responsbilities, and develop those qualities of leadership which a future farmer should possess. An educated man is one that is educated to live as well as to earn, which is brought out by the slogan: learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve. The officers are: President, Nolan Nelson, Vice-President, Gordon Anderson, Secretary, Harvey Johnson, Treasurer, Robert Peacock, Reporter, Harold Coop, and Watch Dog, Glenn Baker. "M" Club G. A. A. F. F. A. i 'Y .-+-'ew' Page Thirty-ninf 7 Chorus The girls' chorus has been a busy group this spring. They entered two contests: the district contest which was held in Mendota, where they received a flrst place or superior rating, and the contest held in DeKalb, where they received a second place or excellent rating. Besides entering these contests the chorus has made several public appearances. Two of their outstanding numbers this year were "Balloons In the Snow" and "Homeland," 5 .0 Roger Hodney As our one and only mariniba soloist, Roger received a first place rating at the district contest and a second place at the northern state contest. Octette The Octette furnishing sweet Ha- waiian melodies as well as semi- classical music, has been popular this spring for their entertainment. "Will You Remember" their sing- ing "Rose Marie" "In the Still of the Nlght"? We are sure to! Bob Peterson You've probably heard Bob "swing it" on his saxaphone and clarinet, but he knows his classical music too! As a saxaphone soloist he received first place at Mendota and second place at DeKalb. Page Forty Clarinet Ensemble Bob Peterson, Jane Torrence, Eleanore Grifllth, Harold Tucker. This group has made many pub- lic appearances. They received a first place rating at the district contest and second at the northern state contest. Margaret Allen , Margaret is a'talented violinist who received a first rating at the district contest and a third rating at the northern state contest. Edmund Valdes We are very proud of our vlolln star, Edmund, who received a flrst rating at both the district and northern state contest. He was also entered in the national contest in Battle Creek, Michigan. Battle Creek, Michigan. Here he received a second division rating. Violin Ensemble Edmund Valdes, Rose Panish, Donna Peterson, Margaret Allen. The violin ensemble received flrst place at Mendota and second place at De Kalb. This group has fur- nished a great deal of entertain- ment for clubs and church gather- ings. W Jane Torrence A first place winner at the dis- trict and northern state contest was our star clarinetist, Jane. She also entered the national contest at Battle Creek, Michigan, where she received a third division rating. Band A down beat of the baton, some shrill notes from the woodwinds, a deep note from the bass, and a rhythmic sound of the drums start the events in motion. Maybe a football or basketball game, perhaps a school play, a musical program, or even a parade: all are inspired by the band. This year since the band has been made a part of the curriculum, its members have taken a more serious interest in their work. Many benefits were given to raise money for uniforms. We now have an attractively uniformed band as well as a musically talented organization. 7 '-Xi .1114 7M H151 'I 7!ze .faqaliq We sing your praises far and wicle dear Morris l-ligh We love you for you are our pride clear Morris High Maroon and While we'II fling on high Jrhroughoul The lancl And here's To you, we'll e're be Jrrue for we're a Loyal Band l-lere's 'ro you, Morris l-ligh School, As we sing To you our praise We pledge lrue 'ro your colors As in cheers our voices raise Rah! Rah! Ever loyal in lhe baffle For we're oul +o win This game Yes, we're cheering, Yes, we're fighling For our clear-old Morris High School. Me Sag H ig,hZ'!" Wwl Q1-'49 N Tin- K'0IlllPiIl2ltiHll ui' NAKICR, QXXRICY. WUIAFIC. ISICIINAIKIIQ with ilu-ir 2lllilll2l11'1l ZIIIHUN Sl1lll'l'l'll lmslwilmll faux Hll to rvn' 4lvrn1gr husky, Ihl'o:1t-pzlrvlllngf yvlls in 1'll1'Ulll'2lQ.l'1' tllv hglltlllgf livmlskins. 'Wm Glock al 3:30 O Page' I"orty-threc' Mr. Rex Svhool. for his T1 JAMES M YERS HEX BICNOIT livnoit has tzilu-11 ovvi' the zlfllli-Tim' flutivs of Morris Iligh lllll'llljI tho past, ho has grain:-fl much rvoogfnition. not only -aims' vivtorivs hut also for his sportsmansliip-likv attitlulm zmrl inc-tliomls of supervising his lll2lj'l'I'N. Wi- vonsiflor oiirsvlvvs vvry l0l'lllll?lfl' in lmvingr El lf02lL'll with his vxpm'ivim-, nhilily, :xml 4-lmi'zicfvi'. J' lluo to the 0Xll'llNl0ll ol' thu allih-fic' 4ll'lT2ll'llIll'llf, it was f4lllll1l ll1'l't'NSill'j' to Sl'4'lll't' an zissistzmt vozwh in foollmll :incl lvzlskvtlmzill mul si hi-:ul 4-ozwh for lmsm-hall. Mr. -l2lllll'S My:-rs was sr-lm-vii-cl. mul hv has wow-in vi-rv l'lllIll1'f9lll. 'lllll'0ll4'll his lllllll'lll4" Offorts :xml u F' P5 Page Fnrfy-four lrn-mllv voopi-raltioil hnsvhnll has grown :xml lllfhlllllil MANAlll'IliS if 'Ol' "0 ill r "l ,,,t ly 1:11 'll1'y, QW wr? .lzwli, liow about an iowi-I?" ull2lY0 you goi flw keys?" 'lillt'Sl' :irv tx pi- vul shouts Hoaxling zirouml lwforv l'Yl'I'y QI2lllll'. A lllilll2lQIl'l' is :ui ussoii- tizil part of any train mul must llzlvm- voopm-rzltioii. xoiisi- toznn work, mul ri-sl ull ls :my lllllill'N sis V- as plwvvr on tho touni. .loo c illlll .lurk fittm-al tho lmill niuvly. Svpt. S1-pt. Uri. Uri. U1-I. Nov. Nov. 22 Morris 29 Morris li Morris lil Morris 27 Morris 2 Morris 11 Morris RES Momlotzl llwigrlit Ottawa l,0l1il2i0 Siflllilwlvll liovkporf Argo UAl"l'AlN William W'z1h-rs- No lwttvr clioivv coulcl liavv boon madv Thani Willy to lvzul this f02llll of footlmllws. llis light, vii- lllllSl2lSlll, mul lust to win wore gnu-at assi-Ts to his Train. llis zllnilify To buck up Thr limi. siop lim' pliingxvs, illlll llruzik illl'0llQ1ll ll6'fl"llSl' ram not lw over- lookml. Willy will lw ll2lI'il To equal at flu- l'l'lll'l'1' posi- tion nvxt yoar. ,,l'PLZf 6 6 13 6 0 12 19 Page FO7'ty-fi176 Cenneth Nelson A sophomore with a great high school career ahead of him is Ken. He played regular halfhack n the 1939 Red- klns and carried ut his duties with a great amount of skill. Next year we ex- pect him to be ne of our out- standing offensive threats. .lrck Brady The tallest of the tall is Jack. Experiencing his first year in the football line-up, Jack showed that he could take care of assignments in the tackling field. Bill Frey Another prom- ising freshman is Bill. This year he served as a substitute in the backiield and han- dled hls substitu- tions very well. Bill Brayton Bill served as a regular halfback and also played safety man. He seldom carried the ballg however, he was an excellent blocker. Page Forty-six G01 M0I'I'iS. We got a high school Go, Morris, ! We got a yell Kick 'em hig We got a team that fights Tackle low. like Go, Morris, . Yea, Maroon, yea, white C'mon, Morris, let's fight!! Jim Tabler Glenn Baker Bob Peterson Don Black Dale Winsor Jim has played almost every posi- tion on the eleven. It was found that his backfielfl skill overshadowed his other abilities, so he spent the lat- ter part of the year in this posi- tion. Next year Jim will be in his prime as a back- field man Glenn had a lot of competition but came out on top with a regular berth on the Var- sity. Glenn's greatest assets were: breaking around defense, breaking up plays, and bothering the ball carriers. Glenn is also a senior and will be missed next year. Bob, a powerful guard with plenty of drive, was prominent in many line plays. He saw action in the majority of the games al- though he was a substitute. Don has lots of pep and ability in backing up the line and is a very good blocker on offensive. Next year in his second varsity season, he will act as cap- tain and will be s e e n occupying the end position. September 1 found a large group of eager, anxious boys anti- cipating their first afternoon of scrimmage. This year new outfits were purchased for the players. With the exception of one game, all were played on the home a11d foreign fields under light. The team enjoyed a reasonably successful year and greater success in future years is the wish of the whole school. Harry Daily Harry is our exceptionally tall freshman and is just getting "broken in." We expe ct great things 'from him after he has had a little more ex- perience. Strawberry shortcake, huckleberry pie V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Are we in it? Well, I guess Morris, Morris, Yes! Yes! Yes! Tom Heggen Tom is unpar- alled as far as skill and fight are concerned. He is one of the rea- sons for everyone thinking the fu- ture of M. H. S. football is des- tined to improve. Joe Panlsh A hard driving fullback and an accurate passer is J-oe. He compiled a good average in yardage gained, specializing in power drives over the center of the line. Joe is also a. very excellent kicker, and this combination of talents classes him as a real triple-threat back. Bob Barnard Bob shared the guard assignment with other hope- fuls. He had a bit ot' competition that was so close that substitutions were frequent. Bob has a future to look to and it does look rosy. R-E-D-S-K-I-N-S That's the way you spell it Here's the way you yell it Redskins! No one has worked harderrfor a position on the Varsity than Dale. His past experi- ence and excel- lent blocking abil- ity won him his starting position. Harvey Johnson Harvey could figure out what play was coming and best of all knew what to do about it. His abil- ities were not no- ticed by specta- tors but were a necessity for many plays. John Perucca John's build cer- tainly lit the pop- ular conception of a tackle. He was powerful and hard to move and was an important fac- tor in the Red- skin defense. Richard Dewey This was Dlck's Hrst year out for football and he gained a starting position at guard. His two main as- sets were his weight and his ability to break up plays behind the line. Tom Delockery Quarterbacks have one of the toughest jobs and receive severe criticism. Tom handled his as- signments excep- tionally well, backing up the line and doing a great deal of blocking for the other backs. He is a fast, shifty ball carrier and also an accurate passer and re- ceiver. 9 3 4-. X 5 il "'- NAP Kgs SY . Mfr" . ' if , . N -A ',N X ipkxx Jiri X I A ,iw K- . . - ...N A, kkt. H ' Y QCQ l 'A 0 -.., Q wx Q.'e.b,-..-,... , AL...-ff , x-wk: Hvdfw .4-e-"' 1 Q , .N Q. , , . 1- .X x K A v' '3,,3gn.,Q ,.Ng..3 wg-, ,,. . .- Q, . Q. 5 ,X ' gg. .. . Y XJ. --:QA M , ' WM' . W .rsfi---fig ' Q 'Q A k 1 Q- sf -xg. U3 .-Kg. x. --ww. .Q L..-L1 .A . I-5 - 4-Y... .' 4 ,Q l, . + '- ' ' x.. X.,:vf.. , ...v Q . .WW N., Hwy. . . ,L.:5,. -555. X .X .. . 25635. . 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Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Marseilles Wilmington Coal City M azo11 Pontiac Dwight Pontiac Ottawa Maxon Gardner Bra idwood Seneca Dwight Marseilles Ottawa Gardner Wilmington Coal City W We lmbwf -ta CAPTAIN Joe Panish- Joe reached his fourth year of Var- sity basketball serving as captain of the team. He is a leader in both offense and defense. A specialty with Joe is his side set shots. SCORES Q8 21--- 44 ..... ..... 31 ..... ..... 31 ..... ..... 32 25 ..... ..... 22 ..... ..... 29 ...., ..... 20 ..... ..... 29 ..... ..... 28 ..... ..... 39 ..... ..... 40 ..... .... , 1 27 ..... .... 42 ..... .... 47 ..... ..... 231 ..... ..... Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Page Forty-'nine Coal City vs. Morris One of the most thrilling games witnessed in this season of thrillers was the Coal City versus Morris game. The Redskins' confidence was consistent throughout the whole game, and this fact proved to be an important factor for their victory. Morris led all the wayg then late in the fourth quarter, Coal City splurged ahead. With about a minute to go and Coal City two points ahead, Morris made the tying basket. Coal City took the ball and hurried to get it in their court. But due to a foul, it was given to Morris. Instead of shooting, they chose to take it out ot' bounds. With a very few seconds remaining, the winning basket was made and Morris marched on to victory. Roger Hodney "Red is one of the seniors whose loss will be badly felt next season. He played a steady defensive game at guard and many times broke in for short shots. Ed Petlgon wa' Ed promises to be a good ball handler and accurate shot. This fact makes every fan happy. His passes have been converted ever so fre- quently. He was chosen cap- tain of the '40 squad. -fm-if John Perucca John covered the backcourt etllciently and was always in there trying and never giving up. He found his weight and size an asset rather than a draw- back. Joe Panish As pivot for the action of every game in actual plays as well as position. Joe proved to be the backbone of the team. He received recognition by hon- orable mention on the mythical Illinois Bill Brayton Bill's skill was not appreciated until mid-season, but when given a chance on the starting line up he really went to town. "Dead eye" left handed shots from the corner and tricky passing char- Dale Winsor The versatility of Dale was shown in his ability to handle every position he was called upon to flll. His most fre- quent substitution was as guard, and he proved an enthu- siastic sub. Eow Black Playing guard in this, his junior year, Don showed great improvement. He started the season at forward, but when his defensive ability was discovered, he was quickly shifted. He brightens the Tom Delockery "Red" is known as the most fiery and peppy player on the team. He is a good dribbler and quite skilled in one hand shots. all-state high school basketball team for his high scoring ability. Pontiac vs. Morris acterizes Bill. hope of the 40-41 squad. It seems that the had a. great influence encouraging them to against the invading chiefs of the faculty tribe on the Redskin Braves by put up 'theap-big fight" team from the south. The first quarter went to Pontiac 8-7, but that didn't last long. At the half. Morris was right back up there 22-17. ln the third quar- ter, Morris took 3 to Pontiac 's 2g and in the last quarter, they really went to town to end the game, -lil for Morris, 25 for Pontiac. Tom Peterson Tom, an excellent defensive man and hard to get by, was faced with some tough luck in his last few games. How- ever, Tom should not be over- looked as an asset to the team. Page Fifty Jack Brady A freshman, Jack took the role as the tallest man on the entire squad this year. Of course, Jack needs experience and practice on pivot shots, but with these things mas- tered he should be a great help in the future. lg 1.-,I is 'f' A ss 1' ' r -P ,W E N 'Page Fifty-two B 0539? itll 1 V id S 'l'his year for the first time in B or is High School, baseball is recofrmzed as a major sport. The spirit of the playe ' has been augmented, and an intensm interest for the genie has been stininlatecl. Morris was very fortunate in receiving an invitation to compete in tn Streator tournament. A f0lll'Il2lllll'llf is to be held this year which leads up to the state ehmnpionship. 'l'his is another new mlclition to baseball this season. Sta rting Line-up B. Peterson 3B R. Fosen SS ll. Pincler 2B ll. Black IB B. Osness C W. Silk LF Il. Tucker CF ID. Bednarik RF J. Panish P 1 lu. Peterson P. B. Brayton P April April April April April May May May May 4 9 16 18 26 7 9 14 17 Scores Dwight 3 Seneca 3 Gardner 9 Yorkville 1 Coal City 1 Seneca 3 Yorkville 3 Mazon 8 WllmlYlgIt0l1 0 Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Q' QQ M 62 pmduadxlae Pudiwjiawf Fiffy-foul' Complimenis of WILLIAM THOMPSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Phone 824 I306 Lisbon S'rreeI' Morris KINDELSPIRE'S FUN-O-Pep Feeds AUTO SERVICE Make PouII'ry Pay ' EXPERT AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING BE suns TO em oun suns ON ' I09 W. Washingion Phone 94 GRAIN BEFORE SELLING WE BUY SOY BEANS Demand THE QUAKER OATS "BUSH'S BETTER CHICKS" Bloodiesfed U. S. Approved FEED B-LINE FEEDS Manufaciured by Ourselves Fresh-Lower Priced BUSH HATCHERY X: Phone 25 Morris, IIIinois H Morris I inois Com pIimen+s of MATTESON HARDWARE CO. 420 Liberiy S+ree'r I I I W. Jackson S+ree+ PHONE II7 MORRIS DEAL GRAIN COMPANY FARMERS' SQUARE GRAIN, SEEDS AND COAL Phone 43 Sara+oga Phone 562-W-2 Complimenfs of THE NORTHWESTERN CORPORATION W. E. BOLEN, Presidenf HONE 659 Complimenfs D W Y E R of HEVROLE THE RANCH SALES AND SERVICE I . . MORRIS' ILL' Moms, llllnons I29 E JACKSON ST. Pagr' Fifty-fi Page Fifty-sir Sept. 5 451 sflulc-nfs furnecl out Hrsf day In llopvs fhPy'll learn for fufure Complimenls of MORRIS pay. Svvf. 15 BOTTLING WORKS Tflllilj' wo grof ax Illll0ll longxvfl-for Vzwufion, School le-f out fo sm- 'fliirfll of a Q Nation." Sm-pf. 18 NELSON 8: SON Manufacfurers of 'l'0nig1l1f: All-sulmul play fry-oufs. Will l be flu- llvro? l lmvv my floulmfs. Nelson's Sopf. 22 H i , H Agrainsf Memlofa we plnym-rl our Moms Mad first granle, - pop - lf we koep on this way W0ll'0 surv fo win fame-. S O Hopf. 23 'llfllllgllf flu- l4ll'1'Sllllll'll vlnsw lu-lfl sway, Phone 354 7 , . . , , 1' . ' . . WkglGl'lllltl fo flu lllllhll, of llamlml 225 W. WaShing+on S+. 2 , . .4 Com pllmenfs of STEPHEN LUMBER AND FUEL CO. Phone 68 Opposife Courl' House GOLD'S 408 Liberty Street Morris, IIIinois WHERE MEN'S AND BOY'S QUALITY WEAR IS PRICED LOW The Home of Society Brand and Clothcraft Suits CONDON CLOTHING CO. "The Store for the Lad and His Dad" ERICKSON STYLE SHOPPE COATS - SUITS - DRESSES LINGERIE - BAGS - HATS HOSIERY Open Evenings Phone 682 Compliments of MORRIS DRY CLEANERS ALBERT KECK, Prop. ONE DAY SERVICE Sept. 28 . Tonigrlit tlw future f2ll'lIIPI'S took their bows. 'IIIl0j"I'1' Ivzlrllingi to In- 1-xpvrts on crops. slim-p, and cows. 001. II 'I'Iw I'iI'l'Ill'Il IIIIIII had EI wcinvr roast, It was ai gII'l'2lI snwvss, as :III wiII boast. Oct. 9 AII the In-z111tif11I gals for Corn Qin-on were tryin' Ami tho Iuvky winner was Aliuv Ryan. PI10r1e I8l I I8 V'fdSI'1. Oct. 13 Our first Em-Ili was ln1ImIisI1t-QI today, MORRIS' ILL' We :III IJlll'l'Il'tI to gre-t ours without delay. Page Fifty-seven Uvt. lii For tlw first timv this yvar tlw IIPXX Sciollcfff Flulm mvt. .Xml from all l hear the-y'll lwat Ilalllr-0 yvt. Uvt. I8 Complimeni-5 of Toflay om' ZIIIIIIIPII statl' waa 1-lovtvfl .Xml wv hope you all thmk tllvg wow wisvly st-Im-tml. O'BRIEN 8: SON Oct. 24 CONTRACTORS The fre-slnnan pivnic- was no talo ol wov Ext-Ppt fm' Ilmso who fIi4ln't go. SHIIIIWICII in tlwir play, 14 U xx I 'as mu' figrllting Rm-rlskin wa y. Compliments of FINNEGAN GRAIN CORPORATION MORRIS, ILLINOIS Corn Our Specialty Elevators on IIIinoIs Wate and C. R. I. 8: P. R. Phone 567 rway R. Pam' Fifty-vigltl Oct. 27 'l'Iw faculty as lmlians svalpml in 8? f an ,ig ,x W 'za X2 Q -. sis:- A rv 04 "SW '4 A l. un,,y in X mx ' Nu., K ie., .ik af , f 'Ll :. -f ., J 1, V, 5,3 , ,irgfab X Z -1. 144 A x ' - in L- Q' 1 g-, x Xflxi N X L 1 . 1 v- J L mjfi ff " wwf' Sixty KNOBLICH PAINT AND WALLPAPER PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS PRODUCTS O Wall Hide Flai for Walls Floride for Floors Wafer Spar Enamel O Glass, Window Shades, Wallpaper O :zo E. washangmn sire-8+ FOR GOOD EATS REMEMBER WEITZ CAFE O HARRY O. TORRENCE MEN'S WEAR Phone 738 Morris, Illinois NELsoN's GREENHOUSE F05EN'5 Flowers by Wire Anywhere cur FLOWERS AND PLANTS STQRE FOR ALL OCCASIONS Marlin Senour Painf aaa E. Norfh S+. Phone 328 Headquaflefs Morris, lllinois I023 Liberfy Pl'1OI'1e 44 FEED - REMEDIES - SUPPLIES MINKLER'S HATCHERY Baby Chix Cusfom Hafching Phone 76 Morris, III. FOREMOST IN FRIENDLINESS AND FIRST WITH THE NEWEST FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS H. H. BAUM Nov. 3 Why worry if wo slevp foo latv? '1'oaclw1"s Institute was 011 this date. Nov. 6 Senior piotnro list put up at noon Maki-s ns realize we graduate soon. Nov. 10 The senior picnic was held i11 the Uillllllllllllfy room, And llolpvcl chase away tho rain and tha' grloom. Nov. l-I I". I". A. Il2lj'l'IiIl'S are always lots of fun, Ilavv you and your data- gone on one? Nov. 15 Om' now rnlvs for tho hall Make room for onv and all. B 81 H SMOKE SHOP MALTED MILKS - ICE CREAM - TOBACCO - CIGARETTES GEORGE RYDER, Proprielor Page Sixty-one Complimen+s file Ofjqciafs of grwzryy Goumfy W. G. PEACOCK S. J. HOLDERMAN H. J. HOYT J. F. STINE ANNA L. ONDESCO FRANK D. CONDON IRVIN L. KAY T. A. HOG-ANSON C. H. MOON S1..1.ty-four Morris Phone 373 Dwighf Phone b4R VARLAND IMPLEMENT CO. AND DWIGHT FARM MACHINES "GOOD EQUIPMENT MAKES A GOOD FARMER BETTER Complimenfs of emfisfs of orris DR. R. A. FOSTER DR. J. E. WALLACE DR. A. G. HARRISON DR. E. CLASSEN DR. F. W. GRAHAM, JR. r 117 xfkig' if ,. 45 Q f 'Q , 1 f WHA . Y w s J Nov. 20 What can paper possibly bc? The Science Club went to thc Papcr Mill to see. Nov. 29 The stndcnt council introducccl our ncw constitution, Which makes M. II. S. a notc- worthy institution. Dcc. 13 Wc danccd to tI1e music of Tucker, Kyser. and Kaye, In this dance that was given by thc G. A. A. DOO. 22 Orvillc with his magic niaclc Hildy disappear On this last day of school for all this ycar. Doc. 22 Compliments of M. K. WIX 8. SONS ALLIS CHALMERS AND NEW IDEA FARM EQUIPMENT G. M. C. TRUCKS HANSEN BODY CO. Rebuilders of Auto Wrecks School out for Xmas vacation- B48 N' LIBERTY MORRIS Morris High studcnts happiest in nation. Pl-,one 3 . O W E S T IMPLEMENT CO. CONGRATULATIONS FUI-L I-'NE OF TO THE GRADUATES JOHN DEERE FARM IMPLEMENTS C A R I. S O N S T U D I O SALES AND SERVICE Phone 88 O I . Page Siwty-Jive Page Siirty-sir -lem. J Today mu' sleepynvss re-app0a1'emI, After clllI'iSilllZlS vacation dis- nppeziiw-Il. Jan. 5 'I'h1- Loyalty was sung at the pop nivctingr With Mr. Myers as Frecl Waring loading. 1- Jzm. I4 XL I8 Plxams Imvx- Iillml us with IIPSITEIII' Aml nmmlv us grozin and tear our hair. F4-h. 27 'I'his llolmitlm-X party was lots ol' fung In my c-stimzition, scfconcl to none. s I"m-Il. .28 Tho Soplioiilom-s l!IlI0l'i?lilIOCl with zu grrvat littlv show, lt was really El privilogft- to Inv zil- Iowml to 510. Compliments ot PAT RILEY'S MEAT MARKET Compliments ot BOOK AND GIFT SHOP Compliments ot LEE'S DRESS SHOP Compliments ot DICK AND ED BRYANT ZIMMERMAN DRUG: STORE William J. Zimmerman, R. Ph. 2I8 LIBERTY ST. MORRIS, ILL. PHONE I84 l 1- Compliments ot ED MOLON EY Compliments ot RADIO HOSPITAL Radios - Retrigerators Washers - Oil Burners ROGER HOVDA, Prop. I06 W. Washington Street Morris, IIIinois Frigidaire Sporting Goods PIWOUG l48 Household Appliances O 2I4 Liberty Morris MORRIS PAPER MILLS 1 lx- T ,M A , .. vwy, K Y 1 L... F: W, - I. Wm iff f 1 I IW my I A CMNGS QS , X WWA, X- ' " I ' ' MANUFACTURERS OF FOLDING PAPER BOXES AND FOOD PRODUCT CONTAINERS I Stj Compliment of A L L A N FURNITURE CO. MORRIS DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE VIew showing huge shovel Ioading coeI in Ihe sfrip mine fields MORRIS COAL and MINING CCDMPANY Mine Loca+ed ai' JuncI'ion of Rou+e 6 and 47 Morris, IIIinois Phone 80 Page Sixty-nine A. H. HILLIKER HARRY J. LEACH Phone 38I Phone58 BUYING AT HOME MEANS A GOOD DEAL PERSONALIZED - LOCALIZED INSURANCE SERVICE TIME and CALAMITY TESTED J. L. CAREY MAURICE E. ROBINSON Phone I44 Phone 846 GABEL'S GROCERY AND MARKET Monarch Finer Foods and Qualify Meats sb?- ll " S . . fs .- I 1 f , ' U fr' - Y sss'x Ulvtills xsxmNN ss x,x,ssss xxx' SPEND FOR THE HOME FIRST-MAKE IT YOUR SAVINGS BANK Thousands of home owners all over Ihe country are making improve- ments on their properly the ABC way. Many of Ihem could pay cash if Ihey wanted Io, but they prefer 'Io pay for the improvements in small monlhly payments 'Ihal' 'Ihey never miss. Culiiva-Iing 'the habit of laudgeling a portion of the in- come, making 'rhe home a savings bank, so 'Io speak, is a wise and sure way of accumulating wealth. USE OUR ABC PLAN-THE SMART WAY TO BUY- THE EASY Compliments of HICKORY CROFT DAIRY PURE JERSEY PRODUCTS Chester Winsor Phone 43 I M Feb. 9 Tonight Marseilles was our foe, Why we didn't win we'll never know. Feb. 13 We played Ottawa on our home floor, Did we win? Just look at that score! Feb. 14 The talented Freslimen entertained today, We eouldn't have enjoyed a pleas- anter day. WAY TO PAY Feb. 23 I. N. VIIOIIIQIIIT was the most exciting game of the season, LUMBER CQ. Because of our swell teamwork. Morris In Phone tl1at's the reason! Page Seventy-om, Complimenfs of ANDAN RESTAURANT "WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET" JOHN PANIGIOTOU Propriefor 404 LIBERTY STREET Air Condilioned Complimenfs of lXIg1r, 4 EVELYN CLAYTON'S BEAUTY SHOP lI2 E. JEFFERSON ST. Phone 79 Morris, l Compliment of THE BRIGHT SPOT Page Sevvnfy-t1ro Diflift Mr. F. Myvrs nmko si dainty lifflv nmid? My rupfurous vision of liim will iiewr fzulo. Mar. 12 Our Junior class progrmn was iluifo 21 sviisafion, Wasn'T Bill Ilirwy zz pi-rfm-ct crvzi- tion? Mar. T3 Get your Rollin Iloocl haf and lic in Style! For only 21 climo tllf-y'rv worlll your wliilcf. ar. l-l Our "M" lllllll boys w0nTtoC'l1:in1- pziigrn, Ami now lmym- ai mvmory that IIPQPI' will wane. For +I1e New M. M. I. SERVICE of inferesl fo Prospec+ive Agenls Es+abIisI1ed Agencies Prospecfive Buyers See C. M. HODNEY, General Agenf Norfhwesfern Nafional Life Mar. I6 Our Gloe Ululi won honors for us foclayg Wv'ri- proumlvr of Thom than wo can say. April 5 Today was Toaclli-x"s visiting: day Anil for all flu- sfmlonis a Iiolimlziy. April I0 Our sopliisticateil seniors por- formvd for us today, And wi- Iezirm-ml how To travel in an mite-1'tziii1i11g: way. Company Minneapolis AIWII 13 I For honors at Yorkville Paoli com- E1, bl- h d I 8 Illl'I'Cl2Il SIIIIIOIIT vlos, 0 sa IS e 8 5 And bruigs back to Morris The Shvong Liberal Iiilllllill' as tho prlzv. Studebaker Sales and Service Telephone 6 I 6 THE MORRIS MOTOR COMPANY LEO. J. BORENS I 24 W. Washinglon Morris, Illinois Page Seventy three 0 N1'rr'nty-fmlr April 27 'l'h0 c-fmimvrcial COYTTPSI was holtl om-0 more With Morris getting thv Ieirgvst NCUVO. Many I Wt- wt-rv 511-1-1-tml this month hy ram :mtl volcl, This isn't Iikc' thc May of olcll CENTRAL CANDY KITCHEN G. J. Eleopoulos SANDWICHES - CANDY SODAS 305 LIEERTY STREET May 3 Gym girls showecl athlc-tic fvatsg ls tht-rv any group who hvats? May I0 PATRONIZE YOUR 'l'h4- Juniors ,fave their zumual HOME plnyg It was zu siwc-ussfill om- in every MERCHANTS wav. CompIimenI's of CARKUFF'S SERVICE STATION BLANCHARD LARSON CLIFFORD COBLEIGH CHARLES ERWIN THE GAMBLE STORE D. G. CRONIN MORRIS FLORAL Com plimenfs of orris ocfors . DR. WHITMAN DR. TRATT DR. SACHSE DR. BOWKER DR. LARSON DR. GRAHAM DR. ROTH n ty 6 SCHULTZ BROS. CO. Feauring 5c Io SI.00 Merchandise THE STORE OF FRIENDLY SERVICE 3II Liber'I'y S+. Morris, III. C. H. HYNDS DRY GOODS, RUGS, NOTIONS, COATS, SUITS DRESS AND MIILLINERY Morris, III. Phone 306 Complimenfs of FIRST NATIONAL BANK MORRIS, ILL. Member of Federal Insurance Corporafion KlNDELSPIRE'S O When your appe'ri+e wanes, When old favorifes Iose Iheir ap- peal, SI'op aI' Kindlespires and gef Some home-made candy or ice cream. J 81 R BROWNBILT SHOE STORE AIR STEP SHOES For Women ROBLEE SHOES For Men BUSTER BROWN SHOES For Boys-For Girls 409 Liberfy Morris, III MORRIS BAKERY TRY OUR CAKES 2 I2 Liber+y Sfreef THE MORRIS THEATRE McKEE DRUG STORE C. E. McKee, R. Ph. WALGREEN SYSTEM Phone l08 Morris, III. Complimen+s of OTTO'S BARBER 81 BEAUTY SHOP I08 E. CHAPIN ST. Complimenis of MURPHY'S BARBER SHOP Complimenfs of LlLLlAN'S BEAUTY SHOP Congrafulafions, Class of '40 OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR ,A PROSPEROUS FUTURE S. Tallman - A. Kuzma GREEN GABLES RESTAURANT May IT Tho Junior banquct and prom wcrc supreme As all excited upper classmcn will rlccm. June 2 With Bacculnllwafc wc all ln-gin to fccl quitc bluc That our high school days are al- most through. .Iunc 3 The scnior picnic and thc greatest fun ! Itfs hard to bclii-ve our schooling's ilonc. Jnnc 5 From high school wi-'rc taking 11 permanent vacation With tonight thc climax-our grzuliuition. Page bi Uenty seven If yyvwpf A bf , I ' 2' Qi ' 'iffff' 'rj ,f:iff f'Qf1:iq1 -2' X J My X f-2 ,- H The Grundy County National Bank ESTABLISHED l864 O ' ' Member Federal Deposir Insurance Corporafion I I ,M r W 5232: 'WMA 4 X522 WWE? .W CMJ NK tu afC0f'WUr39 ' qqwp 700424 V . S W9?yfVEFi R6m35Q'm Wd' 2 'Si Q X 377 Q5 Q fjylwffmm 91 " 6?-,r Cm QW YW W 0flV'W8?,6 2 Q WW Mff W q 4 Q QQ QQQWMQMQMQ '4 QQ! xx IMJJZ, ZWV Ajk i if AW MW F! QM fWyijlan QW! WMLWWM aww 'CM QQMWET QW 176 ,. gi 021 WW W Q , fwfr if by WWA QV I 7 JM Engravlngs by the Indlanapolxs Engravmg Co., Inc. Page Eighty 1' ' 1' X V "'fX3'XV,'if-Q? 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