Morris Community High School - Chief Yearbook (Morris, IL)
- Class of 1941
Page 1 of 88
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Allowing the present to become merely a day to day occurrence without novelty,
satisfaction, or stimulus, we sometimes look for enjoyment in a future event or period.
But more often we err in not relating what has taken place to what is taking place,
in not making the past help us in the present, in not improving ourselves by
studying our former mistakes. The fact that five or even fifty years from now we
will wish for some criterion of our high school achievements and failures seems a
good reason for the existence of this book. However, it is not the reason.
This CHIEF may also be of some value during the school year 1941-1942. Cer-
tainly the incoming freshmen will learn the ropes more quickly if he borrows a
copy of this annual from an upper classman and certainly the upperclassman will
find the annual of use in looking for a date for next Saturday night. To the outsider,
it presents an account of Morris High School's seventy-second year. Even these may
be reasons why THE CHIEF must live.
A good reason, though, is not good enough. The real reason is that since the
students of a country are one of its most important elements and undoubtedly will
be in the future, it will be necessary for us as adults to have some means of under-
standing them. lt has been said that the more closely the mind's map of the world
and its problems is similar to the actual world the better the chance for successful
living. When we are older, the best way of developing this map to include, in
accurate proportion, youth and the students of school age will be to recapture our
own experiences by means of such a book as this. We hope THE CHIEF will con-
tribute favorably to your life by keeping you in contact with this period through
which all must pass.
-RAY MUNTS, Editor
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Having completed another year of
sound, patient, and inspiring admin-
istration, Mr. L. li. Starke is admired
hy the faculty and the student hody
for his enthusiasm and fine manage-
Mr. A. C. Newsom in his four
years with us has proved to he more
than a principal to the students of
M. H. S. Because of his leadership,
his inspiration, his enthusiasm, his
interest in each person as an individ-
ual, and his fun, he is also our coun
cilor and friend.
l5.S. University of Illinois
I5.Etl. Western State Teachers College
Summer Term-University of Illinois
X. FIELDER MYERS
I5.M. Illinois Wesleyan University
Two Summer Terms-Illinois Wesleyan
l5.A. MacMurray College
University of Wisconsin
l5.A. MacMurray College
MA. University of Deliver
Eastern State Teachersflunior College
Three Summer Terms-University ol'
lI.S.I2cl. University of Illinois
xstEs C. MYERS
l3.S. Illinois Wesleyan University
LYLE K. W.NliIJ
B.Ecl. Western State Teachers College
Winter Term-University of Iowa
Winter Term-University of Illinois
Oitx'it.i,H M. Piuiix
ILS. North Central College
M.S. University ol' Illinois
Mun' I,IlI'ISF, I,.xsi.tl.
li.,'X. Rosary College,
River Iforest. Illinois
MA. Mellill University,
Ciertilicat, Degre Superieur,
I.a Sorlmonne, Paris
Diplonie Institut cle Hautes Etucles
ISA. Northwestern University
MA. Northwestern University
.XR'I'Ill'R V. Mstnotts
IIS. University ol' Illinois
E- Utsny ol Rome
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li.Iitl. Illinois State Normal Universitv
lS.S. Northwestern University
ILS. Illinois Wesleyan
MA. University of Illinois
As representatives of M. H. S. students, the purpose of the Student Council is to
discuss the desires and needs of the student hody and to find a solution for them. In
keeping with this purpose the Student Council this year arranged the assemhly pro-
grams, kept our hulletin hoards up to date, installed a traliic system for the girls, and
have gotten the teach dances under way. Oflicers of the Council are Ray Munts,
president: june Spandet, vice-presidentg and Harriet Miller, secretary-treasurer.
Ray Munts-President of Student Council. Iunior representatives: lioh Barnard,
Marilyn Sorem, lim Coalhy, Ellen Paulsen. Senior representatives: Harriet Miller,
Iune Spandet, Don Black, Ben Sklut.
june Spandet-Vice-president. Harriet Miller-Secretary-treasurer. Freshmen
representatives: Dick Bull, Ieanne Peacock, Virginia Hagen, Bert Ricketts.
Class Presidents: Ray Costello, Iuniorg Ray Munts, Senior, Ronald Sampson, Sopho-
more: Clyde Hiney. Freshman.
Sophomore Representatives: Donald Sheedy, Vera Galli, Herbert Hansen, Mar-
garet Stangland. Group picture of Council.
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To relate the Senior Story in a few paragraphs is an impossibility. To relate it
in one book would not even be adequate. The story of our senior class is a saga in
itself. It is the story of all the boys and girls who are graduating this year from high
schools that stretch from "sea to shining sea." It is the saga of America.
Only in America could everyone of us have started in school back in 1929
regardless of color, family tree, papa's bankroll, or our chosen Sunday school. In no
other country could we all have had a chance to gripe about ablative absolutes in
Latin, those horrible algebraic equations, and the close shaves we had with hydro-
cloric acid in chemistry. But most important of all, America has given us the chance
to develop into individuals, separate personalities, each with something to contribute
to the new chapters of the American saga. Each year has identified us a bit more
clearly. Our freshman year saw several of our boys prominent in athletics. Our
sophomore year saw our class well represented in the all-school play "Seven Little
Rebels." Then came the junior year with more of our class distinguishing them-
selves in athletics and the presentation of the rollicking junior play "Spring Fever,"
punctured by its immemorable chemical explosions. Who can forget the hair-split-
ting days before the prom when we racked our brain-centers for star songs and
scoured the countryside for lilac blossoms? And now our senior year has come and
gone and we've probably forgotten our French verbs, our history dates, and the parts
of a frog, but we're content in the knowledge that we've learned to work and play
together. Yes, our story is not only the story of what America stands for and what
she is, but what she is going to be. And America can never be any more than what
we make her. But the "togetherness" that we have learned so far is our promise
of a happy saga for America and for this Senior Class.
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"M" Club --l .-XIl4Sulwul lll.1y- 2 "M" Club---l .Xll-Sclmrwul l'l1ly' Cust- 9
Allgllst Sl Uslwr -'xlllllht 27 llI'l!l7L'I'Iy lN1.u11zgcr- 4
I'vp Club-Al, 2, S Psp Club-'l
l.ibr4u'x' Club- -2. 9, Al Sclnmm- Club- Vi
'lll'k'.lNlll't'I""'l l.ilu'a1ry Club---2, S. -l
llslwxwlrrx---l, I Sn-fn-r11l'y---l
llubbx Club 5 l:f'1'I1k'll Club -4
l'I11'lll Stall l lim-lli Sunil'--4
l1Ul1l'lI.lI'X fb lluxuzlu-r li
VIC Sl'.'XNlll",'l' ll.XRUl,ID COOP lN11XllY l.UU NVl5.l'l4Z lilllblli lf. l'lf'l4lfRSUN S'l'l".l.l..'X llliRlil..'X.
Ill-gnl'r4-p.1r.mwry f:t'Il4I'.ll liulll-gp l,I'llP2lI'.llIlI'X G1-mml C94-m'r41l f:UlllIHl'I't'l.ll
Ihrlx' Ulu- Kflub I l-',lf..X.- 2. 5. 'l lim-lli Stull? 4 lfumlmll---I, 2, 'l l'llH'lll Stall- 'l
lllillllllllk' Club- -l, 2, 3. 'l lh-pmu-1'--5 ixlllllllll Stull'--4 ll.ukvllv.1ll---2. 5. 'l Dum-umlwr ll
'l'l'L-qlsllwl' S ll.uul- l, 2, 9. -l Arr lfclilm' f:Ll17lLI!l1" A4
Vin- lll'L'5l4lk'I1l' -'l .xlljlllki I4 llrnuugltic Club-- l. 2. 4. 'l "M" Club, --4, 4
Iuniur Plgu'-3 llxuimll-11:3-l lin-Ili Smll --f-' l
NllfScl1uul lllnyn 2, 5, -l l,l'l1HI'lll'i'X Club--l M.ly Ill ' I JN'
limim-M M.lI1.lQIk'I'-' -2 Glu- Club-I, 2. 5, -l
lxllYl'l'llNlIlg M.lI1Alj1K'l"7'l ljI'1'SlllL'I1l-Af'l
TUIIIlllk'llL'l'Illl'llI LlSlllll"q Pop Clubf--l, 2. 5, Ml
'vp Clulwfl, 2, 3, 4 Vin- l'rusi1l4-m----l '
llrn-m'lx Clubf-3 French Club--3, 4 K
M-lwrelrvx Clllbfl, 2. 4, -l All-Sflmul Phu--2, 3, 4
l'mgr4uu Cllqlirmzul--4-3 BllAllR'5S Munugur--2 .
I'rcsi4lcm- -Al Iunior l'lnyf5
xl1l1lIlll SIMTA4 Girl! Srxtgilc- -3, -l
Clalsx liclilur KtlLlS- Ufllcrrf I
ltumlrnt Councilf-l Innunry ll ,"
Vin' l'rvslclc'nt-4 ,
M-lmtc 'IR-:un-2, fl, 4
ku :ber 4
Girls' Cllvv Clllbfrl
HOU MACIDONALIJ MARll.YN FNGIZR BRUCE S0U'l4llCOMlll". RliNli'l4'l'.'X S'l'lNli
Cullvgc l'n-purnmry Gum-rnl Gem-al Gum-rnl Cmnxm-rcinl
All-Sclmol Play Cihlfs, 4 llrvmvmzlking Club-4 Scicncn Club-5 Iuniur Plnyf--5
Iuniur Play Cust--5 Scpu-lnbcr 7 F.F.A.f2. 3, -l Uslwr
Annual Stuff-4 Vicc Prvsiclcnt-4 linm-Hi Stull- -Ml
Drgnumnuc Club-I, 2, 3, 4 I7cccmbcr 27 Allfll lll
llrmys' Ulm' Cllllvvf-l
llvlmrtlrvxfl, 2, 3
Scirncc Club-3, 4
MARY llllfbl llli'I"I'Y l'liRRY MARIAN M0l,ONliY MARY TIIUMPSON MA Y GRll3l7lN
hum-ral Ch-m-ull Cululucrrinl Cullcgv l'rcparatory Gt'I1CI'ill C0111-gr l'rup1m1lm'y
Girl! Glu' Club----I Pup Club-3, 4 Girls' Glu- Club-l,2,5 lim-I Il Stall--l lnni-u' ln' .
Pup Club V-l llmncmnking Club--1-4 lll'1ll11llllC Club-2, 5, Pop Club--5 Xssis' Ili' r
lim-Ili Stall'-V-4 lim-lli Suxilfl Iuniur Plnygj Drmnutic Club-3 IH-p CI -, 5, -l
Hyun Club- -2 Oclobcr 5 Property Mnnngur-3 Hobby Clulv 5 l.ibr.u'y , 2, S, -l
Scptunubnr I All-Sclmool Play Cust-2 Iuninr Play-5 Frm' Club- -
Propc-rty MllUZlj.ZL'f'-ns, 4 Usher Pr .' TIL--
Pcp Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Innuary 7 llubor 2
Stlcncv Cllll7f5 lim-lll . ll rl
Frcnch Club-3 llrcn-unlu-
I G.A.A.-3, 4 X
Gym Club--l, 2
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.'Xl5lNli GOOIJI-I ll",.XN C, llUl.l. X"lRK5I Hll MARION CLUSTIZR l'll.l5OR.'X IZRICKSON
-rr.-I4u'i.1l flUI1IIIli'lx'l.ll tk-Ill-gc l,l'l'Plll'LIlUI'y flL'Il0l'1ll cgL'llCI'1ll GL'l1i'l'ill
IR-lv Kilulx -'l Glu- Clulvfl. Z, 5, 4 Girls' Glu' Clulw-l, 2 llulm-lunking Clulw--4 lim-Ili Stull'-4
llwlwlu' Clulv 5 Pep lflulv-l, 2, 3, 'l lirzuuntic Clulw-2 l'rL-ximlrnt-4 llulwlwy Club--3
.xIIl1lI.ll Shllll' --l ll.uulA--2, S, -l Gym Club-2 limflli St41fl'a4 Allgllst 6
.'Xsxisl.u1t lf.llc'uml.u' limlitur lfn-ucll Club--S All-Sclmol Plalyfl May 5
flllIIIl1Il'I'L'l.ll Clllllfxl 9 Girls' Srxtvttv- fl Usllcr
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-1 K ,.
August 15 Pup Clulw-NZ, 3. -l
llllSll1t'SS Munn wr
NS IUIINSON lNl.'XRfl.XRl'l,'l' Nl".l.SUN l5ORO'l'llY IOHNSON ll1XRRll'l'l' UUXRIJ
:lla-gr lyI'L'l7.ll1ll0l'X 94-crm-t.11'i.1l Cuxwmlmlcwiqll Scc1'n'tglI'inl Coululrrriall CFL-llcrzll Cullum-1'ci11l
IR-p lflulv fl. I, 4, 'l lllYllIlllQ'llLL'l1llHI Uxln-rn-u Iuniur Plgu'-3 Pup Clulwgl
l.ll3l'.ll'l Clulv 4. l l.ilu'.u'y Clulw --2, 3 Umllcr lIulm'l1111lii11g Clulvf-l
lfu-mln lflulw 4. ll .xlllllhll Stull-'l Cuullm'l1c4-lnclmt Lklwr-J l'rmiclrl1l--l
IM-lwl'cl1'vx lilulw -Z, H .'XxxN.ll1r Class l".cluu" Pcp Clulw--l lim-Hi Stull----l
lim-lli Sl.1ll' ll lfulxulm-lriqxl Cunlulx ---- 5, -l llulmluy Club-5 Ogmlwr l
l'l'lll'll.II'l IU lim-Ili Stull'-l Annual Stall'-4
. May ZW x .'x55lSt2llll. Spuru liclilur
' f:llII1lllt'I'Clill Cul1tcsls-2,S, 4
ltm-I I1 Stxlfl--l
,X August 13 .
5 N . 0 I
lgLlINl 2, 5. -l
Pop Club--I, 2,
tum Llulr--l, 2
GA A.--3, 4
liXLXCllllYl' lirmrslf v -l
I l7.NliVlliVl7, l'l".'l4l'iRSON VVll,l,l1XM OSNIZSS IANIQ VIII, EDWARD CONNUR
4-nvral Gcncral Collvgu Preparatory Cullcgt. l1rCpuml,,,-V
llmm-making Clulv--4 Stuilcnt Council-3 Girls' Glcc Cluhfl, 2, 3 fgnhkL.tl,,,11-2- ggi 4
Cmnnicrcial Conti-st---4 "M" Club-4 Iunior Play Cast-3 Bund..1, 2' 3, 4
llvcmilwr 3I l"ootl1allv.3, 4 All-School Play-I, 2, 3 "M" mul,-4
3 JD Baskvllwall-2, 3, 4 Stagc Managcrfl pm,Hi 5,311.4
Baseball-l, 2, 3, 4 House Managcrf2, 3 Annual gmff, ,4
I J Captain--4 Dramatic Club-I, 2, 3 Fchrmry 17
J ,J Iunr 28 Commcnccmcnt Ushrr-3 '
j in-p Club-l, 2, 3, 4
X 1 Prcsirlcnt-4
x G.A.A.-3, 4
l Vice Prcsiclcnt-3
" Gym Club-2
.l ' Annual Staff-4
-V 1, Stuclcnt Council43
f U lim-lli S!aH'44
l Scrptclnlvcr l
Girls Ulu- lfluli-l , 2, 3, 4
Octvttc'42, 3, 4
Fri-nch Club-3, 4
IR-p Clulwfl, 2, 3, 4
Lilwrary Clulif3, 4
Ibclwrclru Clul: -2, 3, 4
Vim' l'l'L'si1lL'l1'f---3, lxt S4111
Stuili-nt Coilmil---2. 3
Claw Ullifvlr-2. 3
ll",llUY Ml'I'CIll-',l.l. l7l'iAN NliUSllVVANl3liR IAMIZS S'l'liRRl'I'T MARY lA,xNI.1 COSGROVIQ RfJlgl.lR'l' m.fI'l.1RS0N
Svure-tarial ifmmmwial Gem-ral Gcncral Gcncmi qg,.m.ml
lK.m'lw.ill -3 llanal- -3, 4 Fri-ncli Club!-3 Gir1'Sg51u.gj1l,l,..1. 2. 3' 4 i:,,,,tl,,,H,,,2' ,gt .1
lfmillwzill- 2, 3 Cuiicvrl Orclicslrm- 3, 4 Swing l3amlf4 Umlmmc Clubfl. 2' 5 lgnmlgli 2' 5' 4
lhski-I-lmll---2, 3. 4 Swing Trim--4 Ocmlwr 2 Iunim. lvIm,45 Urdwstmgkgv 4
l',IIl-lll Sl ll liilslwllwzl 2 Bmincss' Manngcr HM" Clul,,,4
U-ffibff 2 llmuilfl' Ughpr SCEITIRIFX'-'l4l'l'llSlll'i'I"'4
. ' All-School Play Clarincl llnscnilvlc-3, 4
Pap Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Narinnal MIINIC Contmt
Library Club-l, 2, 3 ---3,4
Dclmrrlrcx-l , 2, 3
20 Tl-IE CHIEF
Perhaps we should change that well-known saying, "Busy as a bee," to
"Busy as a junior," for no one can deny that these semi-seniors have kept them-
selves well occupied this last year.
In addition to the regular school activities, club meetings, mixers, games,
all those things which they entered into with the rest of the student body, they
gave us that annual classic, the Iunior Play-in fact, this time it happened to be
plays! A worried looking individual with a handful of tickets could be imme-
diately catalogued as a member of this class, because, not to discriminate be-
tween the screen and the stage, they also sponsored a movie. Now they have
a long, restful summer to look forward to until they reappear as full-fledged
At the left are the underclass presidents: Ray Costello, Iuniorg Ronny
Sampson, Sophomore, Clyde Hiney, Freshman. These boys along with the
other class oflicers and the home room officers have led the underclassmen
through a happy and successful school year.
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Xi lass of 1943
n ic Sampson X, Phyllis Barger Iack Hoffman D
Kenneth Barker Marjorie Delohn Ray Silk Q
Eddie Olson Frances Bednarik Eddie Valdez
Iames Davidson Mary Br Gerald Hovda
Wesley Stelfes Ed Thompson
Tom Carey ce Brown Beverly Peterson
Barbara Ellis Erline Munyon Iosephine Lindsay
Nancy Scoffield Burdette Enger Regina Miller
Barbara Shoemaker Mabel Stangland Norma Ophiem
Willard Harper Don Gunderson Eugene Corrigan
Lester Dance Bob Lynes ' Earl Erickson
Harold Nelson Phyllis Matteson George Durkee
Rosie Panish Richard Redmond
Evelyn Thorson '
Iim Butz Marilyn Olson Norma Likens
William Butterfield Eunice Mitchell Lawrence Rosenmiller
Gordon Vaksdal Iean Osness Byron Iacobson
Arthur Boyleaw' Marjorie Saloga Margaret Stangland4
Homer Carr Gerry Bednarik Maxine Broderick
Marguerite Munts Iane Torrence Barbara Wood
Glenn Nelson Iohn Penn Elva Anderson
Marilyn Miller Pat Starke Shirley Dewey
Iayne Rohan Milton Iacobson Alvin Hill
Alice Lyons Willis Peacock Bill Frey
Maxine Shell Amos Sheedy lack Brady
Irene Reed Herbie Hansen Norman Nelson
Punchy is the word for our sophomore class. It didn't take them long to "catch
on" to the ropes in Morris High School.
The greenness and bewilderment wore off quickly and ever since then they've
gotten in there and punched in all of our school activities. They're rather unusual
in that by their second year they've put a man on the varsity basketball teamg they've
produced musicians invaluable to our Alma Materg they've given us cheer leaders,
baton twirlers, and our chief majoretteg they've shown that they have the raw mate-
rial for our future dramatic productionsg they've participated in our student govern-
mentg and they've shown up en masse at our social activities.
They've put a new zip and bang in our school. With a record like that this
Punch Class should look forward to overflowing years as upper-classmen.
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Class of 1 fl- ,
Patricia Baker Marquita Berner I LaRon Massey
Geraldine Ness lim Collins ' Gerald Stangland ' W
Sylvia Hall' Virginia Davidson Donald Iohnson
Mildred DeLaug ter Virginia Hagen Dean Iacobson
Harriet Randall Peggy Iones Harvey Larson
Shirley Hall- Bob Anderson
Raymond Iohnson-v W Helen Sharpe Dude Enger
Carter Hodney lean Peacock Bert Tucker
Iames Connor Shirley Spandet Bob Bolton
Robert Ferry - Bob Bedson Russell Higgins
Marian Morrison Dick Black
Bert Ricketts Charles Enger
Vivien Newell Ierry Goode Harold Metzler
Frances Krzysciak Betty Parker lim McElvain
Iean Kress Mildred Andersen Donald Berst
Maxine West Faye Brooks Iohn May
Edith Kramer Darlene Perry Iack McKee
Charlene Clayton Lois Mae Fritz
Ionc Hutchings Leslie Dummitt ' lim Morrall
Iune Kay Donald Stelfes Dick Graham
Charlene Hutchings Robert Feeney - Floyd Schaible
Thelma I-Ioekings Q Bob-F-easy M Francis Hallman' M070
Willis arland Donald Bunton
E up Clyde Hiney,
Marjorie Agate Iames Meador Grace Rakes' 00Y0f!
Marilyn McGuire Fay Peterson Eva Iune Rygs
Anna Berge Willis Darin lean Melby
Barbara Aarrestad Dale Brooks Marjorie Mitchelli
Betty Hauge Tony Sterritt Fern Gordon Q
Charles Kindelspire Lois Thorson
Iohn Such Verneda Brown Bob Weidner
lack Barkley -M Evelyn Terry Wendell Eich
Fcrdie RUd0W Rella Sklut Russell Starks v M
Wayne Rose Doris Munyon Everett Nibbelink
Iohn Rudow Shirley Fredericks-W Erwin Durkee
Bob Walsh M Quinten Benson
lack Kennedy' Bob Sanders
Wrong stairs, wrong rooms, initiation, all are part of a freshman's life. Their
first weeks of school are a daze of home rooms, traffic officers, mixers and make-up
slips. Someone is always saying, "Do you have an admission slip?" "Where do you
think you're going? Other door, other door!"
Gradually they slip into the routine. They join clubs and read the Em-Hi. They
yell at the games and join enthusiastically in the Loyalty. They no longer rush
through the halls but stroll nonchalantly along with the assurance which comes from 3
knowing that they have three-hundred seconds to reach their destination. At the
end of this year they can say to freshmen-to-be, "There's nothing to it!"
F5 I' zly ne
SMITH - HUGHES
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS
The Homemaking Cltlb is the newest club in the school and has just about the
largest membership of any club here. If they continue to have as many interesting
talks, movies, and demonstrations at their meetings as they have had this year, there
is no doubt but what their membership will increase next year.
Under their enthusiastic sponsor, Miss Curry, this club is the personilication ol'
the word active. Candy sales and sandwich sales have been their forte. So success-
ful were these that the club is sending two girls to Iiast Bay Camp at Bloomington,
Illinois for four days this summer.
This year the Homemakers have been successfully led the first semester by Har-
riet Guard, presidentg Anna Berg, vice-president, and Barbara Aarrestad, secretary-
treasurer. A new administration was elected the second semester with Marion Clus-
ter, president: Harriet Erickson, vice-president, and Marilyn Steele, secretary-treas-
THE F. F. A.
The purpose of the Future Farmer's organization is to promote activities for boys
taking agriculture in high school and to further their agricultural education.
The activities concerning the farm are many and varied and consist of judging
contests, live-stock exhibitions, and trips to the International Livestock Exposition
and Chicago Stockyards.
The othcers who guided the F.F.A. this year were Howard Hoge, presidentg
Bruce Southcombe, vice-president, reporter, Charles Bolto I easurerg Willis Pea-
cock, secretary, Howard Iohnson and the ever faithful watc og Harold Nelson.
MISS CARMEN WI-IITESIDE
FAITHFUL SERVICE IS NEVER FORGOTTEN
ALL SCHOOL PLAY CAST
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
Forensics-public speaking and dramatics-has always been a strong activity
in Morris High. The Dramatic Club has been an active organization for many
yearsg it has backed the all-school plays and from door receipts has purchased cur-
tains, scenery, and other stage improvements. The Debordrex Society is also a well
established organization whose aim is to promote stage appearance in general and
public speaking in particular. Successive junior classes have presented plays which
are better and better every yearg in fact the junior plays became so good that this
year the juniors presented two plays, each of which was a perfect success.
But all these are comparatively old institutionsg "Something new has been
added." That something is a special public speaking class which offers a full unit of
credit. Compared to the other forensic activities, this course which has been on the
curriculum only two years is still a baby. Also, this year due to our extensive assem-
bly programs we have had more opportunities to speak and act before an audience
than ever before.
All this evidence leads toward the one inevitable conclusion that forensics is
among the SU'0llgCSl of high school activities. On the following pages are pictures
and articles that bear out this statement.
Fur the pglst four is-:Irs the ery of the Dixi-
niqitie Cliih hiis heen, "We neeil new scenery."
lliit the Chili was tlisegisetl with that erininum
nflliction "Nu Money." Sn we paiintetl :intl
tlzirnetl :intl pqitehetl zincl hriieeil hut still
"l'zitehes" four scent-ryj reiniiineil tutteringly
tentler. But this yezir untler Miss llrown's
spunsorship, the Society eleetecl Mary Lou
Weitz :is presiilent, Iune Spzintlet its vice pres-
iclent, lrickie Mclilviiin its secretary, Rosie Pitn-
ish zis treasurer, :intl lliirriet Miller ns pm-
grriii ehnirmixn. they then went tn work to
rziisq lnrwiiey. The All-Selitml Play receipts
were iiilileil tu hy the Holly Huis iintl sainil-
wich siles, lt sm-nis unite prnhihlt' thzit hy
next yeiir M. ll. S, will ligive the liitest in
zlmzitelli' stage scenery.
'llhe wuril Iiehnrilrex is ai coiiiposite uf the
wortls dvlfiite, nraitnry, a'riiiniitics, ginil Artem-
pure speaking. The prugrgini of gi regular
meeting niiii' wnszst ut' ri euniie clelmte nr ol ii
prepiiretl speech nn tiny topic. For the lirst
seniestei' the lells won the stair.
The lJehfmlrex Society pres:-iitecl .i short
priigriiin liefnrc the zissenihly iinitziting ai
political mnvenriim. liiieh nieniher repre-
sentetl ii pqirticuliir pgirt of the country, we.ir-
ing the clress :incl speaking aieeurcling tn th.it
The first semester ullicers were lune Sprin-
ilet, Rin' Munts xlnfl Uwii Allgin :is presiilent.
vice presitlent, :incl secretiiry-treasurer. The
'eers fur the secontl semester were Ray
Miinw, lnne 'l'n:.ti1-ie, zin.l Gfnriii Allain.
"Are ynii ai New Dealer?"
"l'ni zifrgiitl su, I'ni tlelxiting thzitz 'l'he
llnwer ul' the lferlerail Cluverninent Shuulil lle
This was the iiiitiuiigil high sehnnl ilt-ligne
question for l'7-lll-ll. Ifm' the Morris tleluite
teinn Virginia llaigen :intl l.ine Rnhiin uplielil
the iilliriniitive while Ray Miints :intl Iune
Spiinilet siippmtt-tl the neg.itix'e. With the
exceptiun uf their first twin clehziies, :ill were 7
cleeisiun. Of the ten 'lriiile Winds' Confer-
ence tlehiites the texim won four, lust three,
:intl furfeiteil three beeziuse of illness. '
K'Henry Aldrich!" "Coming, Mother!" keynoted this year's play. Every radio
lan will recognize that familiar opening from the broadcasts based on K'What a Life."
Or we could call it "Days in Principal's Office" because that is where Henry spends
most of his time doing everything from choosing a career to dating a girl for the
Spring Dance. Our wish is that our being sent to detention via the olhce would
win as much sympathy from our friends as the hero's tribulations from the audience.
Working on the supposition that two are better than one, the juniors this year
did a take off on movie theatres by presenting a double feature, "The Wedding'
and "Three's a Crowd."
The villain of the Hrst play, or perhaps he is the hero, is an innocent, commonplace
collar button whose disappearance almost calls off a wedding and reveals that all
little tin gods have muddy feet.
The other play tells the tale of a hectic date where everything goes wrong: the
boy loses his father's car, his girl, and his sunny dispositiong but everything turns out
to our satisfaction.
Editor-Ray Munts. Music-Burdelle Hoganson, Eddie Connor. Class-june
Spandet, Margaret Nelson. Athletic-4jim Tabler, Dorothy Iolinson.
Advertising Managers-Tom Costello, lane Lovel, Bob Peterson. Art-Mary
Lou Weitz, Donald Black.
Calendar-Harriet Miller, Nadine Goode. Picture-Maxine Stine, Bob Mac-
Donald. Sponsors-Lyle Ward, A. C. Newsom. Business Manager-Virginia Chulili.
'l'r.ulitioii W.ls lirolwii this yi-iii' hy rho IH-ii Cluh ns lhr girls inyitcml thc hoys lo thi- lmnquct :incl
llvsiilvs giving this lmiiqiint iinml iliimu, llcp Cluli also sponsors thi- Ili-p Mcutings, sv.-lls i'ul'i'usliim'liIs.
h.is .1 click-riiig Mfllllll. iiml comriluitus to thc gi-in-nil well-lu-ing of the school.
ll is gi cusloiii of lliv Pup Cluli to uoiitrilvun- soiiirthing to thu school t'VL'I'l' yvalr. 'l'his yuir il glock-
riispicl w.is lloiizitul In thi' hziml hy lhciii.
Thi- ollicurs of Prp Cluh airy: lainu l.oi'vl, piwsimlciit: Mary l.ou NVQ-itz, vim- lYIAl'SlllL'l1lI aiml Marilyn
Sinn' thu Lihrnry Cluh has liven L-iilgirgcml it
has iiiiulc it possihlc not only for thi- stumlunls
to have :icccss to more rcfcim-nu' hooks hut
also it has hi-lpul to givc our lilirziriain morn'
luiowlcilgr of taking um- of ii large lll1I'All'y'.
Also this your thc iiuiv "Cairn-r" pniiiplilcls
:incl new iniigzizincs haivv lx-cn aulzlcil.
Thi- olliccrs Qin-z prcsimlcnt, lliirrict Milli-rg
sucrctilry ainml in-iisiircr, Shcrrilyn llcntson.
Reading thc lim-lli is ii wry populiii' w.iy
of lim-ping: up on high school cycnts, 'l'lic
lim-Hi is pulvlishcrl 1-wry othui' vvcvk: hy thu
sunior linglish claisscs. 'lhcru urn reporters,
typists, fcziturc writurs, ii make-up coiiiinittvc,
and husini-ss L'XL'CllllYC5. Any senior who
Wishul to work on thc stall' may alo so. Dur-
, ing this your thc stall' hais iiliaiiuloiiul thc imlui
of niiiiicogriipliiiig the pgipur, iinml it is now
ATHLETICS IN M. H
G. A. A.
Coach Benoit took green squads in lioothall and hasliethall and developed them
into strong units hy the end of the season. Besides the fundamentals ol' the game
Coach lienoit also taught the players the ideals ol' sportsmanship.
Mr. Myers serves as assistant coach in lioothall and hasltethall and head coach ol'
sehall. His interest in hasehall revived the game at Morris High. This year he is
hnilding a strong team to play the higgest schedule ever played at M. H. S.
haskethallg Harold Tucker lor hasehall.
Dalt and his assistants were always on the joh,
many times working harder than the pltyers, lhe
players' constant demand lor water, tape and towels
always lqept the managers httsy. A manager can
he compared to a lioothall guard. "He worlis hard
and is a vital necessity hut receives httle credit."
The head manager is Dah liednarilc and his assistf
ants are Maurice linger for lioothallg lien Sldttt lor
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Tom HEKICEEN-Tllm played a running guard. Besides his fine hlocking he also
played a steady game on defense.
Dom Fiuzan-Don was playing in the line until he got a chance in the hackfield.
After one game his ability was recognized and he remained a hack.
KEN NElsoN-Ken was quarterhack and did a good ioh of signal calling. He
also played the spinner hack and his faking helped the other hacks to fool the oppo-
DoN PINDER-13011 was an elusive hack who led the team in scoring. He was a
constant threat on offense.
Ilxi rl4AISl.ER-llITl played end on offense and line hacker on defense. He high-
lighted the year with a 95 yd. touchdown run. He always was down to cover punts.
Boa ISARNARD-Boh turned in several Hne games at tackle. He will he hack next
year to holster a green line.
Blu. OsNEss-Bill had a hahit of playing in the opposing hackfield. He was small
hut made up for this with his light.
Bois PETE1xsoN-'Boh had weight and experience. His weight made him immov-
ahle and his experience enahled him to he in front of the opposition.
lack BRADY-lack was the squad's higgest man. He played the important center
position. lack improved greatly at the end of the year and should he an outstanding
player next year.
lin l'm'EnsoN-lid did all the punting and most of the passing. He also was a
hard driver and picked up a lot of ground through the line.
Iii: KUss1.Ek-lid played at tackle and end. He gained quite a hit of experience
which will show in his play next year.
Al.N'IN ANIDEl!SllN4A good halfhack, Alvin could play any hackfield position and
do a good ioh. He played in every game and always turned in a good performance.
BEN SK1.lVr-Hen could always he counted on when a reserve hack was needed.
He proved himself a capahle signal caller.
DoN BLACK-Captain Black led the team in spirit and in actual play. He always
was alert on defense and proved himself quite a runner on end around plays.
lion c:.AIiI-SlJN-Wl1Cl1CVCf either end needed a rest lioh was there to Fill in. The
opposition found that there was no weakness at his end.
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The team started out hy dropping several games. liaeh
game showed improvement until the squad ran up a winning
streak of eight games. This streak raised them from the hot-
tom to the top ol' the Northeastern lfonlerenee. Two defeats
at the end ol' the season kept the Redskins from the champion-
ship. Une of these was an overtime game whieh was lost hy
one point. The team took second place in the Northeastern
The Tigers from the start lelt no douht as to what team
was the hest junior Varsity team in this area. They lost hut
three games during the season and none of these were when
they were at lull strength. ln many of the games they douhled
their opponent's score. They ran up the high point total in
heating Pontiac 78-ll. The regulars played less than hall' the
game. Their pressing ollense and fast hreaks left all oppon-
ents hewildered. They scored 781 points to their opponents' 428.
At the left is llddie Peterson, haskethall captain.
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Dux lfizmn: Don pltlyotl with both the Tigcrs gtncl thc Rcnlsliins. His spcccl
cnaililul him to lcgivc his gutircl lair hchincl its hc scuwstl ulitcn in cvcry gannc on il
,-Xixix .-Xxnmtsoxz Alvin was low in height hut high in scoring. His onc-
ltgintlctl shut Ling up scvcrgil points in cvcry gtinic.
lurk liutxmz luck was the ttillcst mam on tht- tctim. His height was 1111 alssct on
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rvlmtimliiis hut in mtmy ggimcs hc clicln't usc it to its lull giclvtnttgigc. ln ncxt to the
lust ggnnc luck shnwctl thc lurm cxpcctccl of him. If hc takes up whcrc hc lclit ull,
Morris shuultl control the rchouncls ncxt ycttr.
linims l'm'Husox: fltlpllllll licl hclpccl the tczun in thc cllllll-CVCIICC gmtl lt-tl thc
'l'igt'rs tu 17 victorics in Z0 ganncs. licltliifs hcst puint wtis his Iflilbllllilillg.
NVHNE liiuczxsnxz WC wcrc liortunzttc whcn Wiync ll"lll9l-CI'l'Ctl hcrc lrmn Iulict
X lmcls next VCLII' so the Rcclsluns shoulcl have plcnty ol scoring punch.
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5 lt' provctl tu hc gin clusivc lnrwzircl tmcl vcry aiclcpt git lmll h4mclliny'. Wtiyttn' will hc
M AV lamina lpsxwm: Intl in his ltrst your ul vqirsity cumpctitiun clcvclopctl into nn nut-
sttinmling gutircl. His tlclcnsivc plgiy stnocl out in cvcry gtimc.
Dux l3i.xc:l4: Dun pltiyccl gutircl tmcl plgtyccl ll stcticly gums on clclicnsivc. Hu
wultl also hc Cllllllldl on to scorn' in cvcry ggttnc.
Tim Hiitztzuxz Tom was Ll high scoring l'UI'XVLlI'll. Hc wus it cunstgmt worry to
the upposing gutmls. With this your of cxpcricncc hc shoulcl hit his punk next ycalr.
lim, .Xxnuiasoxz This was l5ill's lirst yczir nl lmskctlxtll. Hc gziinccl Al great clczil
nl' cxpcricncc with thc 'ligcrs which shonltl cnzihlc him to fill one of the viictmcics :lt
gtitnml ncxt ycnr.
The season opened with many boys out for baseball. With a large group to pick
from Coach Myers selected these players to round out his team.
BILL OsNEss-Captain Bill is second to none in this area as a receiver. He also
has an arm that is respected by all opponents.
ED E. PETERSON-Ed has plenty of speed and is hard to hit. His only drawback
is a tendency to be wild.
BILL ANDERSON-ThiS is Bill's hrst year and in his appearances on the mound he
has shown good control and a good curve ball.
Bon WEIDNER-B0b is only a freshman but he proved he is capable of pitching
Bm. PETERSON-Bill showed last year he was a good Helder. This year he has
started out in the same vein.
TOM HEGGEN-Tom is a good fielder and a pretty fair hitter.
DoN PINDER-DOH has a strong arm which enables him to cut off many base hits.
DON BLACK-D011 plays a steady game at Hrst and shows signs of being a slugger.
WAYNE SILK-WHYIIC is small and his eye makes him an ideal lead off man. Any
hall hit to him in left Held is a sure out.
WAYNE ERICKSON-WHYDC plays at shortstop and centerfield and has shown
ability at both positions.
IIM TABLER-Jim packs a great deal of power when he is at bat.
ED I. PE'rERsoN-Ed is an outfielder but has also shown that he could play first
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The "M" Club is eomposerl of maior letter
winners who still are attencling Morris High.
It was fountletl to promote gootl sportsman-
ship on the part of the fans and athletes of
The club sponsorecl the First annual home-
coming clay. The clay consistetl of at pararle,
football game anal clance. At the ilance a
homecoming king and queen were crownecl.
The "M" club also solcl basketball scheclule
pencils. The money raisecl was useil to ile-
fray the expenses of the members while attencl-
ing the state basketball tournament.
G. A. A.
ln the gym you hear "ling," anil a cheer
goes up from the spectators. What is going
on? No, it isn't a basketball game, it's the
GAA. girls enioying their game of archery.
VVhatl You never heartl of them. Oh, but
you must have, although they were founclerl
only a year ago. Don't you remember their
float in the homecoming paratle, antl their
carnival clance where everyone hacl such a
Their presiclent is lanet Barnes: vice-presi-
rlent, Rosie Panish, and secretary-treasurer,
Pat Starke. There are clozens of girls in this
'Spring is here anrl while some thoughts
turn to love and bwsehall, ours turn to the
rolling fairways antl the thrill of sinking a
long putt." Last season the team won two
of three matches against Lockport and Ioliet
Catholic High. With the loss of only two
men. Coach Benoit ancl the team look for-
warml to making Morris High tops in the state
golf ranks. Iiesimles these people in the pic-
ture, liob Barnarcl ancl Iunior Hauge are also
members of the squad.
MUSIC IN M. H. S.
MORRIS HIGH SCHOOL BAND
What is more stirring than the sight of ti uniformed IXIIKI, like our own M.H.S.
ImncI, marching down the fuorlmll I3leIcI or Iieatcling il pziratde up Liberty Street, IecI
Iiy Al Iienutiful cIrum maxiorette and ti dancing IncIi11n Chief in full wttr regulin?
The atnswer-nothing. Ray Costello, our I1IontI Inclizln, alncl Gloria AII41n, the IILISI
stepping IittIe mqiiorette, are creations of Mr. Myers, in Iiis eIIorts to make our Imncl
the must outstanding tll'gLlIlIZillIUIl in this vicinity.
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GIRLS' CLEE CLUB
The girls' Chorus has welcomed a new director this year in Miss Gertrude liiclt-
enhach, who has ahly guided the memhers over their "do's" and "re's". This organ-
ization has helped to stimulate an interest in music as well as cooperation and unity
in ensemhle singing. The chorus has made several appearances this year and the girls
are loolting forward to showing what they can do in the State Contest at Clen lillyn
on May S. We are all stlre to rememher their heautiful renditions of "The Star" and
'ZX Madrigal in May." This group with their efforts to master their music has added
a considerahle amount of harmony to our M.H.S.
M. H. S. SEXTILTTIZ
The Sextette has heen a popular entertainment group in and around M.H.S. this
spring. We are very proud ol' their winning lirst division rating at the State Contest
at Glen lillyn on April 18th. lt was their Hrst entrance in a contest and they surely
deserve complimenting on their excellent showing. Their winning in this contest
enahles the girls to go to the National Contest at Flint, Michigan this year. Nice
THE PEP CLUB SILXTETTE
At the l'ep Cluli Dance six girls sang during the program. These girls are known
as the Pep Cluh Sextette. Thanlis to them and the rest ol' the Pep Cluh, the dance
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Real "retl hot" music was createcl by our new M.H.S. Swing Iiantl this year. It was matle up
ol' liob Peterson, jane Torrence, Dean Neushwantler, antl jimmy Sterritt. Their Congo rhythms,
hot jazz, as well as soft music, will long be remembered by the stutlents.
"I may not remember my Latin and French,
l may not remember I sat on the bench.
All of these things I may forget,
liut l'll always remember the Swing Quartettef'
When we hear the strains of soft lilting music floating to us on the ether waves, we can be certain
it is our violin ensemble, either practicing or playing for a recital. Members of this stringetl quartet
were Rose l'anish, Donna Peterson, Margaret Allen, anal Etlmuntl Valtles. However, "Ijtltly"
recently movetl to California antl Shirley Spantlet is now the other member.
The Orchestra is another one of the creclitable groups in our musical tlepartment. Untler the
clirectiion of Mr. Fieltler Myers, the orchestra has matle several appearances by which it will be well
rememberetl. Among the groups they entertainetl were the American Legion Armistice Banquet,
the Farm Loan Convention antl various church meetings. We are intleetl fortunate to have such a
talentetl violin ensemble within the orchestra. The purpose ol the organization is to further interest
avtl playing ability in orchestra music.
SCIENCE AND LANGUAGE
Let no one suppose that we the students of M.H.S. lack culture. Many times we
hear such expressions as "Comment allez-vous" or "Par exempleu floating from
Miss LamaI's classes. Every fall the French Club has a picnic and this year's was held
at Aux Sable fpronounced the French vvayj and after the picnic we gathered around
an open Hre to sing French songs.
The French Club is ably directed by its officers who are: Mary Griffin, presidentg
Donna Peterson, vice presidentg Mary Lou Weitz, secretary.
The Science Club got off to a good start this year with Bob MacDonald as presi-
dent, Ray Costello, vice president, and Winnie Southcombe, secretary. In the
monthly meetings several talks of scientific interest and some demonstrations in the
various science courses have been given by the members. During April many
of the members went to the Museum of Science and Industry to spend a day.
CALENDAR AND ADVERTISING
3' School starts Sept. 5. Oh! dear Wish it was Iune again.
'W Freshmen Mixer Sept. 6-Must get tickets for it.
Sept. ll-Ask mother about activity tickets. Explain
how cheap they are. Get card from Date Fixing Agency.
Have to go to G.A.A. picnic the 19th. Bring money
Sept. 13-Look on hoard for Annual Staff fl lookedj.
Swell I'm in.
Sept. 20-Going to vote for class elections. Hope good
one gets the office.
Have a date for F.F.A. hay ride tonight. Oct. 1.
Hope to have fun.
Remember to tell Mother not to get me up Oct. 8. No
semi. Oh h hi boy. QP
I'm interested in Bowling league. Meeting Oct. 10.
Be sure to he there.
Work on Em-Hi-Thursday first edition out Oct. 25.
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going to visit the museum, planatarium, and aquarium.
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Going to Chicago Oct. Z5 with history classes. We're
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Should he fun.
Homecoming game tonight fOct. 3U queen is to he
Pat Starke. There is a parade and a dance after the game.
Going to Ioliet Friday the eighth. No school.
' Nov. 9-Student Council went to Pontiac to annual
g 9 F' meeting of all student councils in this district. Ray Cos-
ts tello elected president. Must get full particulars for
Nov. 13-Mooseheart is to come here for exchange pro-
gram. Anxious to see it.
A date for all-school play Nov. 15. What a Life is the
name and when we see it we'll think the same.
Flowers by Wire Anywhere
CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
833 E. Nor'I'I'1 S+. Phone 328
LIBERTY FOOD MART
320 Liberiy Sfreei
I29 E. Jackson Morris, III.
NATIONAL FOOD STORES
LARS J. FOSEN
PAINTING AND DECORATING
S+yIe wiI'I'I Pain?
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member of Federal Deposif
G. J. Eleopoulos
SANDWICHES - CANDY
SODAS - ICE CREAM
305 LIBERTY STREET
TRY OUR CAKES
2I2 Liberfy Sfreef
A. H. HILLIKER HARRY J. LEACH
Phone 38l Phone 58
BUYING AT HOME
MEANS A GOOD DEAL
PERSONALIZED - LOCALIZED
TIME and CALAMITY TESTED
J. L. CAREY MAURICE E. ROBINSON
Phone I44 Phone 846
heart Dec. 4.
E that's what they call a pun.j
Some of students going to return program it Moose
Must go to G.A.A. dance to see if everything they sly
Q is true. They say it is to be carnival effect.
T Dec. 20--Pontiac game and Holly Hop after I hope
we win and then I can dance for joy. fHmm wonder if
Dec. 19-Several girls to go to Miss Whitesides funeral
Sorry I cannot go to pay my respects to one of our be
Get out of school Dec. 20. Don't have to he hack till
Ian. 6. Now I can rest my tired brain?
Remember to get ticket for Northwestern Conference
Basketball Tournament in oHice.
Ian. 15-Annual staff to give program today. I hope
it is a good one and I hope they tell the kids that Morris
won second in tournament.
Ian. 20-New traffic rules for girls coatroom to be put
in force. Tried them yesterday and you get all mixed up.
But I suppose I'll get used to them.
Must stay home till after 25-24 because those are the
days of Final exams. Oh dear, my theme song after the
exams will he "It All Comes Back to Me NOW."
8 MFG. COMPANY
PRINTING of Ihe beffer kind
3I4 FRANKLIN STREET
CATALOGUES - FOLDERS - SCHOOL ANNUALS
OFFICE FORMS - LABELS - CALENDARS - POSTER ADV
MORRIS PAPER MILLS
FOLDING PAPER BOXES
FOOD PRODUCT CONTAINERS
AIR CONDITIONED 24 HOUR SERVICE FOUNTAIN SERVICE
AN DAN CAFE
DISTINCTIVE GOOD FOOD AT POPULAR
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C. A. BAKER 81 SON
Shop IOI3 Norfh Liberfy SI'ree'I
Residence Phone 648
9 Cor. Washingfon S+. and R+. 47-52
TIMES HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
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Phone 738 Morris, Illinois
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DR. FOSTER DR. HARRISON
DR. GRAHAM, JR. DR. CLASSEN
DR. CONNOR DR. WALLACE
and Fuel Co.
Phone 68 Opposife Courf House
Stephen Oil Co.
DISTRIBUTORS OF MOBILGAS
STEPHEN SUPER SERVICE
FRANKLIN 81 JEFFERSON STS.
MORRIS SERVICE STATION
ROUTE 47 81 WASHINGTON ST.
FARMERS' SQUARE DEAL GRAIN COMPANY
EIeva+ors af Morris, Saraioga and CenI'raI Phone 43
' DRESS SHOP
compnamem of 'S
H- P- SOUTHCOMB Phone 996 304 Labeny S+
Gasoline and Moior Oil
INSURANCE AT COST
Office af Farm Bureau
PAUL T. BROWN, Ageni
W. E. BOLEN, Presideni'
Remember to get date for Pep Club dance. We Finally
broke down tradition, the girls are to ask boys but that's
Mr. Peterson one of our best teachers is leaving soon. '
I'll go to farewell party for him on Feb. 16. 'l
Feb. 19-Yesterday we heard a talk and demonstra- I
tion on liquid air by Dr. Brown of Chicago Technical 1 I
College. Interesting this thing called liquid air. There A if
sure was a lot of hot air floating around. Hmmm.
Feb. 26-Freshman to give program today. I wish
them well on their first time before the high school.
Iuniors having bake sale April 19 to raise money for
Iunior-Senior Prom. Have to buy something.
Mazon will have their exchange program March 15.
Hope its a good one. We get our report cards then too.
I can't wait to see mine.
They are going to have high school night at the skat-
ing rink. It should be loads of fun.
Teach dances to start Thurs. 27, for those who do not
know how to dance. Good idea, I think.
McKEE DRUG STORE
C. E. McKee, R. Ph.
Phone I08 Morris, III.
U. C. DAVIS 8: SONS
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BOOK AND GIFT SHOP
FOREMOST IN FRIENDLINESS
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PETE DEPCHYK MURPI'IY'S BARBER SHOP
WAI.KER'S STATION D. J. CORNIN
CARR'S SERVICE STATION GAMBLE STORE
P ge Sixty-four
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TATE HEATING COMPANY
705 IIPERTY ST. PHONE l022
"The Bes+, For Less"
NEW DEAL FOOD MARKET
Phones I0-II 3l9 Liberfy S+.
MORRIS DRUG STORE .
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Formerly Dawson Drug Sfore
Morris, III. Rouie 6
E. W. OLSON
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Federal Deposii' Insurance Corporarion
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Remember to get tickets for Iunior Play. There is to Q
be two one act plays instead of one long play. The names g 6 3594
are "Three's a Crowd" and "The Wedding." Should ' fig!
be very good. "
There is to be an exchange program with Marseilles
tomorrow, April 9. I hope it is a good one.
The district commercial contest is to be Saturday,
April 25, at Braidwood. Let's hope that we win some I
more banners to hang up in our typing room. I think X jf
the girls are capable of it. X.. ......... Ku.
MAY AND IUNE
Gee, I can hardly wait for May 16 to come. That's to
be the night of the Ir.-Sr. Banquet. It will be a big event
in my life and when I think that it will be my last formal
dance, I could cry.
Everything is so sad when we prepare to graduate
from our dear school. I have to remember only four
more dates now, Baccalaureate Iune 1, Class Night Iune
4, Senior Picnic Iune 5, and last of all and it will be the
last of M.H.S.--our graduation on June 6. This is
Com plimen+s of
The Western Foundry Co.
E. W. FRITZ, Manager
PAT RILEY'S MARKET
ZIMMERMAN DRUG STORE
Wm. J. Zimmerman, R. Ph. STOKERIS - FRIGIDAIRE
2.8 LIBERTY ST SPORTING GOODS
Morris, III. Phone I84 ZI4 Libedy Morris
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REBUILDERS OF AUTO WRECKS
I348 N. Liberfy Morris
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our MORRIS SCHOOL
The ben an +I'1e LAND,
Led by FIELDER MYERS
THE VALUE SERVICE
Thos. Williamson, Prop.
For +I1e Lafesf Toggery
FULL OF FLASH AND CLASS
STYLE SETTING UNIVERSITIES
WHERE MEN'S AND BOY'S QUALITY WEAR
IS PRICED LOW
408 LiberI'y SI'reeI' Morris, IIIinoIs
HIGH GRADE DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
ELGIN WATCHES SHEAFFER PENS AND PENCILS
COMMUNITY SILVER I847 RODGERS BROS. SILVER
CAMBRIDGE GLASS COMMUNITY SILVER
Phone 377 40I Liberiy S+reeI' Morris, IIIinois
FOR GOOD EATS
SKLUT S SKLUVS
EVERYTHING IN MEN'S
AND BOYS WEAR
Che Ofjqcials of Qrmzgy
F. H. HAYES
S. J. HOLDERMAN
J. F. STINE
IRVIN L. KAY
W. G. PEACOCK
ANNA L. ONDESCC
FRANK D. CONDON
HENRY J. HOYT
T. A. HOGANSON
C. H. MOON
MAKE POULTRY PAY
BE SURE TO GET OUR BIDS ON
GRAIN BEFORE SELLING
WE BUY SOYBEANS
THE QUAKER OATS
Phone 25 Morris,
ROOT 81 ROOT AGENCY
REAL ESTATE 8. FARM LOANS
Grundy Counfy Bank Bldg.
KELLY'S BARBER SHOP
B. 81 H. SMOKE SHOP
GEORGE RYDER, Prop.
MALTED MILKS - ICE CREAM
"BUSH'S BETTER CHICKS"
BIood Iesied U. S. Approved
FEED B-LINE FEEDS
Manufaciured by Ourselves
Ask 'for Our Free Feed Formula SI1ee+
BUSH HATCHERY 8:
TOBACCO - CIGARETTES
C. H. HYNDS BUEHLER BROS. INC.
- MEATS -
DRY GOODS, RUGS, NOTIONS.
DRESS AND MILLINERY
Morris, III. Phone 306
CONSISTENT GOOD QUALITY
AND LOW PRICES
3I0 Liber'I'y S+. Morris, III. Phone 642
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SOME HOME MADE CANDY
OR ICE CREAM
B. N. MYRICK, Mgr.
Phone 76 Morris, Ill.
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BROWNBILT SHOE STORE
SHOES FOR EVERYONE
409 Liberfy Morris, Ill
MORRIS IMPLEMENT CO.
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BYRON G. MARVICK, Mgr.
THE MORRIS HERALD
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C0mPIIme"I5 PT S+a+ionery - Office Supplies
O'BRIEN 8: SON
Ladies and Genfs PIain Garmen+s
60c CASH and CARRY
THE BRIGHT SPOT
2I5 LIBERTY ST.
Morris Motor Co.
Phone 6I6 I24 W. WBSIIIHQTOD S+. Morris, III.
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WILMINGTON, ILL. MARSEILLES, ILL.
M. K. WIX 81 SONS
NEW IDEA FARM EQUIPMENT BUILDERS HARDWARE AND
GMC TRUCKS FACTORY SUPPLIES
Phone 62 Morris, III.
KINDELSPIRES ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING
AUTO SERVICE GOODS
' SPORTING GOODS
REPAIRINQ Phone II7-Morris, Illinois
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