Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

 - Class of 1941

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THE CAULDRON Morton TOWHShlp Hlgh School Morton Illmols Q? Q Publlshed by the Class of 1941 RGb ofijqt of 7 Q mf xi 0 Esther ae er er, Editor . . ac ua, Ad Zeclwafziw 'GX 'ii S We the class of 1941 Wrsh to ded1cate the seventeenth lssue of The Cauldron to Glenn E Jacquat l-le has spent four years mn thls school and has accomphshrd much Durmg the four years he advlsed us he has solved our problems 'md has proud a loyal fr1end We therefore take thls opportumty to thmk hmm for hrs he p sl V, je 1 M N INIW Hb' U 8 1 I p N I 'I K -X , U - . ,, y is-. X 1 : U . K 1 Y ff ' U l l . N l - xi l s I JIUW jf! MGWOJIGW In memory of Oscar J Bauman who met wrth a fatal accrdent on October 23 1940 Oscar wbxlc rn school was 1 well llked member of our class He left us af cr thc sophomore year and even after that he remamed one of our very best frrends qaaewoacf In thls seventeenth xssue of Ihe Cauldron publxshed by the class of l94l Morton Townshlp I-llgh School vue haye trrecl to preserye the memorles as yyell is pre ent to the pubhc in xnleresrrngs leeount of the work done ln the pisl yur Students read each page and let your memory relnye the mo ments plctured there We haye used more ncuon plclures and 1 more mformal style of presentatlon than formerly found rn fhe Fezuldron We hope you hke th1s nevy form PIFLHIS see H1 prose Ind pxeture the re1l thmgs vee hue ueom plmshed and the lmproyemenls brouohr 'ebout 1n our school 1n one year ff ll, Qpib ---ef ow eg H g f in-1" w if I omeome OF Booles ll? School JlCl1U1llCS Jlthletlcs Features I 0 O I . rx J I 3 V H . . . 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I.-I ' O 0 . ,T Wa if N..,,,,.,-X SCHQQL fix 4241 Q QJ M24 f N THE 1941 CAULDRON Uur Prmclpal HIS ready suggestions are ap preclated by students and facul ty al1kc and hls wlllmgness to help has done much to ease the problems of the varxous classes Wlth the excellent support and ZISSISEHIICE gnen hum by the Board Prxnc1pal George F Cor xell has done admlrably ln thc admlnlstratlon and supervlslon of the school BOARD OF EDUCATION Our Board of Educatlon always co op eratlve always eff1c1ent has glven the ut most IH advlce and help ln order that Mor ton Hlgh School should be the be t Never to busy the members of the Board have found tlme for perlodlcal VISIIS to the school to glve Whatever they could to the advancement of the school the pUp1lS an the communlty E C Roblson Dr C J Buehlcr J N Frank J Hugh Ph1ll1ps Wm Rapp P g Seve , . I l ..- v 1 - , , , - - V Y - Y ' 1 . s. d . Q . b , ' 52 Il E 19 CAULDRON The Faculty At 'Vlorton lownshtp Htgh School we are proud ot our teachers and we feel w really hate a rea on for our prtde Just look Eour Masters Degrees are pos es ed by the Eaculty But scholastrc ab1l tty 1S not the only reason for our deep vullmgness fot servxee tn the school and rn the communtty play an tmportant part too lt IS unlortunate that the general publtc cannot come tnto clo e contact as we do vuth the teachers ln the classrooms A Xlorton we have always become very well acquatnted wlth the teachers They are xery much llke one of the gang outstde of school hours Anyone of them IS wel Ol ENN E JACQUAT Manual Arts and Athlettcs l3 lqd lll State Normal U 1937 Sentor flas Adusor DONNA BROWN Enghsh and Mustc B A 111 Wesleyan U 1939 freshman Class Advtsor Pag Eght GEORGE CORIELL Prtncxpal Mathematrcs and Amerncan Goxernment A B Bradley Polytechntc ln tttute 1977 A U ofl l El ORENCE ST FVJART Speech and En 11 h B Ed Normal U 1937 M A North tn estern U 1939 comed by u as chaperone at so 111 exents nd IS mls ed rf unable to attend We are always sorry to lo e a teacher We mtss htm as we would miss a frtend yet we wel come new addtrons to the faculty and soon make them our frtends too Although th enrollment ts teadtly rncreastng at Morton Townshlp l-hgh School we have newer lost tlae personal touch m classroom or campus M Cortell heads our lacuttt, staff s prtnctpal and teacher l-le jomed the staff tn 1935 At that t1me he was sentor class advrsor and Soctal Scrence teacher Stn t then he has added geometry ht lonv 11st of duttes Mr Cortell IS very rntercsted tn educa tton and ts always ready to try somethmg new to better our school Wtth thts vtew tn rntnd he attends vartous educattonal T H 41 - 4 M. .. , . 934. 1 A tt 's . 7 s . :Q t' . a ' 'S ' . 1 - C 1 3 I ' 1 l ' 3 ' A X i 3 jj C I ., V U . S ' . p ' . . C j ,' , s 4 t ' s A rx im 7 Y. . .P ' , ,. A I I 1 J, I x respect and loyalty. Their friendliness and N ' l V' ' ,H . V., '-s' s ' y, t as . V 7 . 1 - 1 . ' ' ' - - ' ' ' . ' cl ' F 1 to 's 3, A x x 1 m 3- 1 . I I ' 1 ' 3 ' l - ' s ' 1 m l 1 1 ' ' ' x I t rx ' " ll ' - . l 1 ' M e e, X I - I I I I . 1 ., . r e ' . . ' ..f1 ff . , ,, a e i T E 1941 CAULDR N HELEN WALDORE Home Economles and Phys1cal Educauon B S U ofl 1934 U of Colorado RAl PH M MINN lxfl'lIllt1T1Z1f1LS Latm and Debate e B S lll St1teNormalUn1we1s1ty1929 V1 A U ofl 1915 Jun1orClas Adv1 or mee mgs and h1s pOpl1lZ1I'l y IS shown by the Peor1a DIVI 1on of the lll1no1s Educat1on ASSOLIHEIOII when they chose Mr Cor1el1 the1r p1es1dent th1s year M1ss Stewart Jolned the staff ln 1939 the sophomore and enlor Engl1sh teach She IS also IH charge of speee a11d dramat1cs Another of her a11nual tasks IS the d1rect1ng of the Junlor and sen xor plays whlch she handles very capably Mr Jacquat better known as Coach He has the d1ff1cult Job of produclng A No l athletes along w1th teachlng manual arts HIS ab1l1ty IS shown 111 the grand success of ou1 baseball ba ketball and track teams Coach has been our class advlsor all our four years of h1gh chool l-le 1S also 1n charge of boys physlcal educat1on MISS Brown Jomed the staff 1n 1919 as an Engl1 h teacher Along w1th teach lll freshmen and Junror Engllsh she d1 rects the chorus Her choruses have won ma ny r1bbons and honors for the school xllbs Brown th1s year IS freshman class adv1sor She has successfully drrected two school operettas dur1ng her career 1n Morton M1ss Waldorf came to teach tke g1rls to cook and sew ln the fall of 1940 She s also advlser of G A A and IS 1n charge of gurls phys1cal educat1on She IS the f1rst teacher to pres1de over the remodeled Home M1 McM1nn IS our very capable Latm and mathematlcs teacher who came t Morton 1n the fall of 1936 l-le IS also 111 charge of debate a school act1v1ty that does not FQCQIVL 1ts due honors MISS Wheeler IS one of our new members of the staff She has the ta k of teachmg typmg and shorthand world lllSlOI'y and AI11LflC1U h1story She IS ZlL1Vl9LI' of the HARRIET R Wl-llifl FR l'l1story and Commercnl Cornell College Mt Vernon lowa A B Augustana College R ck lsland lll 1 27 Xl A State U of Iowa Iowa C1ty Iowa '59 JAMES C HATCHER Commerc1al an-1 Band O7ark Wesleyan College Sw Mo Teach sCollegeBSUoM 27Uo PgN ii H 0 ..-l ' N- sv . . . f . 1 . ., . . . ' . .5 's . I i. U . .L . I . g . . . V .- as ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' , as s ' ' - ' ' t er. ' ' 'h ' A ' - f ' . 1 - . . . J joined the faculty when we were freshme11. Economics department, . I . . K , j O I ' ' . . 1 s ' 1 t B '5 l 1 I ' . s ' L ' . K s ' 'M s 1 E 4 xy 1 h , . . . . , eg: o . , . 9 . 1. . 1 er' 1. . ., . f o. 19 . . f l. a e ine My Hoyt Very qapgbly Stepped 111 10 M T H S Off6I'S Ill? best 6ClLlC3I1OIl E 1 CAULDRON Soclal Sclence Club whlch th1s year made a three day tr1p to Chlcago Nlr Hatcher IS the veteran of our staff lOl1'1lf1g xn the fall of l93O Through hns long years here he has been ln charge of commerclal subjects and band He h1s won much re pect from the student body nd tht faculty Mr Rupprecht sclence teacher sopho more class advlsor and Camera Club ad v1sor Jolned the staff tn the fall of 1939 l-le left us at the begmmng of thxs semester to Jom Uncle Sam s a1r force at Pensacola Elorlda We were xery sorry to lose such a flne teacher but we feel sure he ls domg hls part for h1s country C ARNOLD RUPPRECHT Sclence esleyan U tant lNormal Un1vers1ty U of Maryland U of l Sophomore Class Adv1sor ROBERT HOYT SCIQHCL B Ed Ill State Normal U 1938 U of WISCOIISIH a teacher as popular wlth the students as was Mr Rupprecht In general our school IS rated well by tht state IHNQQCUOH board One lmprove ment that was suggested 1n the mspectors report was the add1t1on of agnculture t our currxculum whxch now conslsts of Eng llsh Latm soclal SCIQDCQ science homt economlcs mathematlcs manual arts and commerclal studles We expect to see this lmprovement made 1n the near future Morton TOWl1Shlp I-hgh School IS a credlted by the North Central ASSOCIBIIOH ard 1t mects the standards for college en rance rcqulrements of the Unlverslty of lllmons that can be afforded 1n a town the SIZE of Morton take Mr Rupprecht s place l was f course a d1ff1cult task to take the place x If nm"-In ' Q 'UV X lllllll hues' 5 ' if Q65 ' gain!!! .l PgeT --- 'r H 9 4 1 -- B. 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' 4 of . 2 g -giggfz-I , t 'fe K f - l 4 Sis' . - ': A -fi ,QR I g T I pf f K4 54" Q34 L " ,, fa fry 3 E ED T E 1941 CAULDR N IIPNN I' IAIQIAI Ed B Ill State Normal U 31 U ofI Manual Ants Athletlcs Semor Class Advlsor I I R in Pm dxf-za-.e of the hralt rack 111 I' 4 Baslxe ball S 141 Class P ay D itz 1 I lil Philosopher Staff 131 Basrball 141 Cass Pm l t 141 Camera Cluh Plesldert VU CH Camera Club D 'Nilllflfll I ll Modest men ale dumb Vice Pxcsxdcnt Class WJ QU Cauldlon Staff 143 RAY VIOND Xl IN lb! llllfLl'l All the world loves a Invcx Science Club C23 Cla s Play14J B seball Q13 1 J 121 141 Track ISD 141 Basketball VD 143 Secletaly Trea urel Class 141 Phllosophcr Staff 133 Hobby Club 111 Cauldron Staff 143 Class Poem In the summer of 1941 When hlgh school IS left behmd us We ll remember all the thmgs we ve done And they wlll always remmd us Of teachers and frrends and classes and fun We ve really enjoyed these last four years In sprte of the way they ve flown In the future we ll never have any fears For the seed of knowledge IS sown So we d llke to say here at the last To our teachers prlnclpal and coach A thousand thanks not one reproach For the four years that have passed Thelma Henderson Jean Vzsserzng Alzce Comstock Gwen Carl us its-v' -vw CLASS OFFICERS Adxxsor Mr Jacquat Presxdent Yale M111 r Vrce Presldent Don Getz Secretary Trcasurcr Ray Yent s Class Flow er Class Colors Class Motto for success , Cr1mson Carnatlon CIIIHSOII and Sllver Perseverence IS our formula Success our a1m rn l1fe Page Eleven li.. H 0 .il kwa S1 ffl' I. . ' ' " ' , '-'-: YAII 'T Hllllld " ' IP" T r V I ' -W T-- Ll 1 J: Nt 127151 g ' .. 1 um: 'fl eb: ' 2 I 3 ' ,- -- ' . 3 Q : lr. ' rwiwen 3 - ' .' . . 3 ' ' 181 HJ Q Cauldron Staff UU. Of. 1 iI"'4 " 10 " ' ' ' 41 "1 gl .. . -v . ' ' 3 s. :I a. - 2 - 1 llll 4' , 3 : .V U 3 , H- S . 1 . . ' ' ,, Y ,W ,,,,,, ,A ,H,A,,,.,, I, v 1 ' ' ' YYYYYYYY Q - l Y 7 - . . v , v , . E 19 Page Twelve CAULDRON I'5IHFIl RAF' f FRIII R In hu ns huzh bcauty ulthout prldp A 171141141 Tr1asulLr1.1A A 131 P1os11l0ntHfrm1 lc Club 121 Home Fc Clrb 111 1 1 Phrlnsophu Staff 151 Clas Play 1'31 Studnnt Councrl 1'i1 Olrudta 1 1 bcrsnu Club 111 Edrtor rn Chrcf of Cauldron 141 RAY NIOND BINRI' I P ' IgllIIx,' W'rsdom comes to no man by chance 1.110111 1 1 131 NPL 11 c s nscrphor Staff 131 Ednor Phrlosophu 1 1 B nd 1l1 1 1 P Class P ay 4 H1111 y L11 Z Class rc 171 Asst Frlrtur Cauldron 141 Scrcncv Club 171 Sec Tltd 121 Socral Scrcnce Club 141 Student Councrl 151 Irbralmn P HAIR! IN 100k Wlarx' 'Ihr' l rcshm1n 1.111 Thly 5.lV0 mc nn p1ac1 Transfurtd from Washrnutrrn Hr h Sghonl lunmr 1031 S111 tember 11129 DORIS I0liRlNl Ilb' A b mga: ralc rndecd to End Who knows when not to spcak hcl mrnd CAA 111191191141 Home Et 1111 1 Q1'lK'l3lqClC'llCCcllI'1 141 S1c Trcas 141 SCIQIICQ Llub1J1 Phrlrrsophtr 111 1aul zhnn Staff 141 V5 I' NDUI YN 1AIlIl N 1 Nell VVhrle men have eyes or ears or taste Sha ll always find a lmcr A Home 1 1 Chun rs Y Soual Scrcncc Club 1 11 Clrs Play 141 Pl'lll1lN1'1l1hll 'staff Operetta 1 1 131 Cauldron Staff 141 Chnu Imadmr 111 Vrce President Class 131 Lrbrarlan 131 Sucncc Club Hobby Club 111 Pup Club 191 141 LI I A NI ARIL 5TIEf1LII'l Ntexe VVhat 1 Cl th1 task may he She always does rt cheu fully A 1l 171 1"l1 141 Home Ec Club 111 171 Phrlnsop cr Staff 131 Socral Scrcncm Club 141 P111 Club 131 Opuuta 111 L AIIOLX N 1 RIWIWI ' Cnrolwn' An equal mixture of hood sense and 1.0011 humfvr A H0 u 1 mus ' 131 141 Omretta 121 131 Class Play 131 SocralSc1cnce Club 131 Scrence Club 111 RIC I-IARD DIFWILR ' Dov' A sensible and vlcll bred fellow 1 scball1211'31 141 T ack 191 B'1nd1l11Z1 '31 4 R41 'Vl0lNl1 IA! Ull Juke' Theme 'ne trmes when all alone I thrnk out ldeas of ms nun Band 121 131 141 Scmncc Club U1 Hobby Club 111 l1Dl'l ll I! 0l"H Flliihn A rose wrthout a thorn Home Ec Club 111 121 SocralSc1ence Club 141 -----'I' H 41 -- 1:.A...111 2 : 1 1 '. . .: a' - 5 . ' 2 A . r 2 : ' s " I ' I : ' '.: :::"-- Dol' 2 L ' 1 ' 1 121 1:11 1 SJ.-'rr511a.4. 121: Phil- .4 , ' - ' 1- sz 1 2 2 1:11 141 rcs: 141.: l' 1 11 A ll' Cl l 1'13 I"'s, 17111 195.131, ' 1 ' J ra 'iq . ' -A.: - '- 1:i,3x.:1l112.11s1141'gy 4 15161111111 121: , -1. 11.1 .' 2 Q 3 ' ' ' :' 5 ' 141: ' - " 1 : ' : " 121: : 1 . . 1?.A..11.-..:A.., '2:',h- 1 ' Q 4 A 1 -Y v 1:.A. ,1211I51141: me Ec.Cll1l11213Ch':1l11L1 Pa. - 1 1' - : . ' 11 11. 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Cuocl thm 5 umm IH smful 1141011.11 1 r11l 101111 1 am 11 A 1111 V114 usldcr' n1l111 L ll 1 111 '5I"I 1 X101 IINI Il I nllll I T'1l Q llfn tors xulously and uh it 1 11 xxmlh 11111 Fc Club 111 171 111 Cla x S l1l"LQ Club 171 qoclil Scwnco Klub 1 1 1-11 C'1ulc 11m Staff il I Inssw H11 'wflllllx LO m1l1 omg C u 7 Phllnmp fx Sta 2 110111 01111 a 31 1-11 8110141 Sammi' Club 141 bnunu Club 1'1 I Ill Iioh 1 x to ll x Sflildl Sumnm Llub 111 l'h1 fwphu Staff 5 Cl1Sx Play 3 b 111111 Llulw 171 Kaul :hon N1 111' 111 Ill Rl IIIIII 1 111 n N 11 011 L11 mn 111 1 llulmlmx Llub 111 Xl WI S I I KNPR illllll Ila e 'md Hunt Hmmm Iac Club 111 1 I INI- I- llil 00 lhc load IS l11,ht uhmh IS Uhltlfllllj bunc XA 1111'11 1141 Home En Club111171 iomalgucnce 111141 '1'-s 5 1010 P 1Cu 5 4 I1 11 Ill S aff 1 Q 1ulrl1o11 Sta IIIUYI KN ISR Kill I X 5Ill 1'llIl 'lhomfu B1 ldlu an lXd5.,Q.Qld,t0l nf 11I10XX11 Is thn Scrum Llass s humo1r1uQ clovxn I Ill ll Illk H1111 s A14 mad-. n rt horn Illll Il 1 ll 'VII W' She I5 4 fl 111111 of exe13nn0 X 141 Hom u 171 Cholws 2 11 0m1etta171 151 Class Play 1 1 Soc1alSc1enr-0 11 111 I"1pClu1 Page Fourteen --T 'r H 4 1 -- 41. .' 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Cl b111 2. : '. 111 1211.111 3 L I g -' 3 3 ' -' Flll 13 4 Z ' l 131. T E 1941 CAULDR N ALMA BAR'lFlWIA1 'l5art" Who uve: today the beet that nn hu lu: Wlll find thn mad that leads to clean: sluex CAA 141 Hom E Cu 171 Ban mus :eu a 7 q91'll0l Play 141 Llbxallan 131 Vice Prnsldent Class 111 Vice Plwldent qflllll Qclence C lub 141 Swclal SCICIILL Club 151 141 Sclcnnc Llub 171 Llbrarlan of Band 151 UR! Il l I4 IIYIYII RH KN Yillhlll' WVould N011 belnvn that I us1d 111 br bashful Clue Pixy 151 Socxal bcmmc Club 141 Cauldxnn Staff IH ll R 5 N ll! Qt Patil s uft tu the vxomen Scxvnce Club 1'1 brvcxal bounce Llub 141 Class Play 131 I I 1N Dll Wll Il I-llocn Hu gnnlus le hu fxlendlmcss Home Ee Club 111 111 Social Science Club 141 GAA 131 141 Sc1LncL Club 1'1 Ill ITY IIONP llviii' TILIC molds need no lntupletel Soual Sclence Club 1 1 111 Home Ea Club 111 Scxcnce Club GAA 171151141 Pep Club ll Nl H0513 R01 H 'lllll Thou h :he vww with ue but half the yeam We stlll fm h 1 do sulely keel Tranefnlled flom East Pemxa Community High School 41 XX AND-1 Ill! H WN nndu' Modeet as the wavslde violet Tnansfe-ned flem VVash1n ton High School 131 Cl'l0111i 131 141 Claw Play 131 PllllO5OIDl1L1 Qt'1H131 Opeletta 131 Caul dxon SUE 141 THPI Nl 1 HPNDI RSON lil!! It S nice tu bn nltulal VN hen vr u an ndturalls nlcc Dlamatlc Club 141 Debate111 GAA 111171131141 Vlce Premdont Honu EC Club 191 Home Ec Club 111 171 Phll osnplfvel StaFf1'31 Chmus111 1 1 131 141 Ope1etta111 121 131 141 Cheex leader 131 141 Clams Preslclent 161 Cauldlon Qtaff 141 Pxesldent Social Smence Club 141 gn nal Scwnce Club 131 141 Llbvallan 131 Pep Clubl 1 141 Sclence Club 121 Hobb3 Club111 -ill1Fl01hHiR'I' Alice The zcadlnr ie nf rlom dvth exprue N0 other but the doe! Q xx 1ll1n ness Tlamfexxed fum Hoopcston Commumty Hlgh Qc-hnol 141 Chgnue 141 Qmual Scunee Club 141 Opexetta 141 Claes Play 4 Page Fifteen ..-,.. H 0 -1. ,. . .111121 1311, 1 Q 2. lb1l1,1.kE 11111 121.131 141: Ch 's-111-121 11:1 141,301 gr: 1L1 1:11 141: 1 r 5 " " - . ' : ' 7 ' 141. 1 Al. cl " l.'l'I,' -- c-r' A ' , L :' ' ' : ' ' - 141. EILQ1: ' 41, 1: --1' " " ' 3 ' : , - 5 ' 1219 '. . . L A 1 141. S -' ' 'Z -I ' - Z 2 l . .: ' 1. : '- zk' ' "K - : '3 : Q' THE 1941 CAULDR N l'ht Junlor classes of Mo1ton H1gh seemmglv have always found thclr way fo the founta1n head of pun1shment and tr1 bulat1on Th1s year s class IS no except1on Its respons1b1l1t1es are many a11d varled The task of reportmg ed1t1ng and pub l1sh1ng of the school tabloxd The Ph1lo sopher trad1t1onally falls to them How ever thls year 1t d1d not fall to tem they had to p1ck It up from where We hael forlornly dropped ll as of la t year Th y accomphshed lt very eff1c1ently More than IhlS the respons1b1l1ty of con 3u11ng up a banquet for the sen1ors IS also a Jumor he1rloom Th1s year If IS rumor ed lf IS gomg to be qu1te an lmpre slve fete PgSt Jumors OFFICERQ Readmg ltlt to r1ght Qlas Adusor 'Vl1 XltM11111 Pres1dtnt Robert Hull V1ct Pres1dent Gerry Rapp Secy Treas Mary Stmckfaden JUNIORS 1 lop row left to flgllfl Carl K1esler Maxmt Sch1ck John Getz Ha1'r1et Schrock Dean Hauter Verna Belsley l:l1zabeth Erank lSecond rowj Robert R1tthaltr Blll Spahr Leda L1tw1ller Kenneth WOFIIQI Ve1elda Rocke Martha Ellen R2UllHg Ruth Roecker lTh1rd rowj Norma Stleglltz Robert F1 tle M1ldred Guler R1chard Rapp El do1a K1 oll AlVlf1 Getz Betty Hager lEourth rovsj Burdell Hall Lloyd M11 ler Dorothea Glock Erank Hoffer Donald Strunk Eldon Bauman Ellamar1e Ba1er lE1fth lOV!l Helen Goodyear Delmas Staker Verla Ge1ger Edward Wanner Lu cllle Slagell Edward Schm1dgall Verna l511key lS1xth rowp Elton Getz Mary Rohlfmg Jes e Muselman Georgene Ueberrheln Wal te1 Z1mmerman Edna Getz Robert Leade lBottom rowj Elorence B1rkex Rvch rd Belsley Eleanor Yanch1k Samuel Gerber Helen Stetzler ff f--4 r - 1 .1 '5 ', W, 1 '. 1 ' ' 1 sw 'a- V J I .'- . 1 'L ' V 1 , . - Y , , . . A , ' 4 1 ' v ' - ' I , v v ,- . . . , . - - , . . I V . ...ry . . - . . . , , 1 , , Q , . , I r r - - .1 . 1 , .- , . 1 vv 1 - ' ' , . . . , - . . . , , , , h 3 - . , 1 ' - v ' f v v 1 H , , , 1 S . C ' '- 1 . v . ' ' " S , . - V - . - Y . 1 l V T. , . . . . , . r, cm ' v " . , , 1 , S . . ae ixeen an Page Seventcer T E 1941 CAULDR N C ., From what vse haxe seen of the 3CIlVlllL of the sophomore class and we have wxt nessed two years of tts labors toys ard success way The class rs well represented 1n many of the O1'g3I1lZ3flOI1S of the school and a good ly number ale reportedly doing ultra super Memlcrs of the gloup can be found ll band debate chorus G A A the varxoas teams et al 'I ht class also has lts share of mttlltgtnt 1a whrch tleough not luavlng reached tlt strata of genlus does show slgns of super lorrty Pytotechnlcally they rt collossal' Page Elghtzer ophomores OFFICFRS Readmg left to rlght Class Advlsor Fxrst Semester C A Rupprecht Qtcond Semester Robert Hoyt Irtsxdtnt Amta lVl1llt1 Vxce Presldtnt Dorothy Mae Rapp Sec y Treas Edlth Getz SOP IOVIORES l lop row left to rlghtl Mane Gumm lrtdtuck Wltflg Carol 'Strunk Robert Strubhar lzdllh Stuckcy Loulse Blflity lSecond rowj Marvm Sm1th Wllma Belsley Raymond Rem Nlarxlyn Martrn VI hrrd rowj Verna Roth Robert Knabt Xla1 tha Jane Burger Ernest Rasst Katherine Crager Russel Schrock lFourth rowj Rrmer Kru e lla Jean btreglltz Ray Huette June Yentes Luclllt Baurer lla Hochstettler rF1fth rowl Dorls Dtetuch Wnlln Grxf fill Jacquelmt Bradley laVernt Applt Robert Hasty Ruth Mary Tuffentsamer 6Bottom rowj Lyle Brrkey Florente Gunther Calvln Zobrlst Elrzabeth Kauff man Jo eph Jacob Betty Frank -1-1 H O --- , t k . , L ,e J t' s f f r Y 'K ' 14 , , 5 e ' I t 1 r 1 s ' ' ',5' ' , R I ' 7, I I ' '. I Y 1 V I I 1 we can safely testify that it is well on its Kcnncll, liclslcy Mildrcd Riscn. . 7 ' W ' ' ' s , . . , .... . ' 1 ' , I I I 'I V A ls 4 ' S' , ' . A ' t V , . ,IP ,59- iw 'Q' 36' if xxx' '36 'WGN gk J i Z' if H' W JM ,div 'T 4s-mv? ,vhs X K 'rl am Ns? Q' 1 A wo? Page N E 1941 CAULDR Thls years crop of freshres vuth the trad1t1onal shamrock personalrty well d1s gulsed by vacatlon tan arrnved at Nl T H S last fall and promptly took over They establrshed precedent after precedent enough to make upper classmen lower therr heads 1n shame As Geo1 ge Washlngton was fxrst ln war flrst rn peace etc so were tho e newcomers fust rn numbers frrst 1n soclal actrvltres and f1rst 1n downrrght orueryness They were seventy strong ready and w1ll1ng for any occaslon Durmg the term they presented several athletxc men to the yarrous teams who showed promlse of fut ure vars1ty materlal In soclal gatherlngs at the school wrener roasts at outly1ng woods and skatrng paltles at nelghborlng cltres the freshmen took a notlceable lead And as to the last quallty mentmoned well we won t enlarge on that' Page T eniy Freshmen OFFICER9 Readmg left to rrght Class Adv1sor M Donna Broy n Presldent Elwyn Mrller Vlce Presldent Floyd Bartelmay Qec y FI reas Rosanna Uberrhel 1 FRESHMEN 4Top row left to rlghtl Russell Hull Xlargaret Smallenberger Harold Straesser Dorothy Bauman Harold Brrght Inez Brandt Russell Zrmmerman Erlene Zrm merman lSecond rowj Norma Gramm Carolyn Vxsserrng Juanlta Worner Marre Chr1st1e Llla Mathis Glenn Marquart Evelyn Stak er Dorothy Roecker flhrrd rowj Erma Rocke Maxlne Brandt Ethel Mae Gerber Lucxlle Jacob Joan Getz Margaret Hauter Madellne Schxck Bernrce Allenspach 1Fourth fOWlWllll8m Blankenshlp V11 grma Xloser Melvm Felkex Alv1n Woerner Clyde Bruell Merle R1tthaler Ruth Z1m merman Robert Freeman fl:1fth rowp Pearle Rreger Rrchard Lang Dons Fort Ada Staker Velma Ackerman Kenneth Jacob Irene Ackerman Mary Klester fS1xth rowp Marllyn Mueller Geraldme Krug Betty Dams Joe Wxkoff Robert Strunk Yvonne Henson Lorene Com tock Robert Wanner 1Seventh rowl Nelson Roth Glorla Sorensen Ruth Roth Dorothy Get? Malshall Srmmons Paul Rrtthaler Phyllls Wagler Ehzabeth Anderson Phyllrs Pool fl ast row! Gerry Roecker Mabel Bels ley Rlchard Rerlly Doris Roth Marx Goodyear Sh1rley Kruse Robert Baurer C arl Kreser Jack lrylng V M... e . . V . , ., YYYY lsfl J . V V x x T' .' e, . l , V 1 u 1 V . e V V 4, .f A a - r V V WV x . fe V V , V V V V X ' ' 4 1 . u V . , . . V . V , . . . . 7 7 3 V V V V Y - , V u -- . . V 1 Z . V V V . , V V - , . V V - ' ' ' ' V V V J 7 . . , , 1 -x m V - . 5 ' ' ' m :- ' -Y . . . , m . V. V V V 1 V ' . I I I ' 5' V . x s V V V ' V V -V - 1 ' . . . . . . , - s ' V V V V V ' ', , 7 u s ' V ' V V . V 3 1 I V e V s m ' . . V ' . A V V 3 x V , ' .4 e , e . W '-of -0 IJ' NGS' xl 2 if wk f-Wqm is ins' 5 ir' S3815- +16- Qiv ' ,Qs ec, ,a ,Wi YSQW 31. QV! Pa ge Twenty-one Twenty i T E 1941 CAULDR N In Adtlilion llseft to rlghtl Jesse Nelson Jumor Nlerle Rocle Juntor leRoy Tuffentsamcr Junlor Ahce Rocl Fleshman These four students entered Morton Tow nshtp Hlgh School after the current school yeau had started They mcreased the total enrollment to 205 Thts 19 the flrs year the enrollment has reached the ZOO mark eepers of the chool 91m Huette and liddnc Schmmdgall were the two xx ho kept us warm and the bulld regular jamtor employ ed by the school board and a great fuend of all the students Lddxe under Qam s mstructlon qulckly learned the fme pomts of handhng an ele trtc stoker and cleanlng up after school Eddle better known as Schmttty IS a Jun lor and he does h1s work Wlth Sam after classes are over Both are famxllar around the school iam has been Wmth u a great many years and vse hope he wlll he here a gleat many more ' 1 , ' 3 A ' Q, ' 1 - ' , . ' : It ee, ' 1 u V u . ' 'F ' l Y , , , , e AL 1. 4 I A ' 7, 5 ings clean during the year. Sam is the 'B I r Y V : lx. K le I I y I I 'LL 3 1 I I L ' I BC, -'I' J J AA I ll I A - V 3 U 7 I I V L 3 L ' I e . sl- - ,I . S 1 4 me K. L 7 1 u ' x - y -W V! fjxjf V 2 ACU FJWXHTHES Y saw FY, F I Q47 i f 523 AVE Q K A 4'u X A 252 4 jflW3S 'AAA.53 T-5 ' ,sg ,Q 1 W: --l--THE 1941 CAULDRON-l- Trophles Just look at tho e trophles and then try to say that Morton Hlgh 1sn t an actrve place There are orgwnlzatrons of all klnds and srzes Whlch are always busy ln our school of Junlors puts out a very fme paper eacn month Then there s the musxcal dlvlsron of our school Whrch IS made up of the band and chorus They enter contests through out the year and then home they come W1th the bacon The C1 A A does rts share rn keeplng thmgs llvely around school wrth all of the1r act1v1t1es and the1r Work ln the Pep Club The Debate teams help to ralse Morton s name by entermg tournaments w1th larger schools Through very capable d1rect1on many frne works rn dramatlcs are produced by both the Junlor and Sen mor classes Then the OUISf3IlCl1I'1g members 1n dramatlcs organ1ze 1nto a Dramatrc Club work Camera Club members are always around try1ng to get plctures of us and oh some of the prctures' Another organl Zatlon that should be mentroned IS the Soc ral SCIENCE Club whose arm IS to take a nlce tr1p each year Page T enty fl e s ' ' The Philosopher staff which is made up and then they also turn out some very fine . . V A . H, w - 'v T E 1941 CAULDR N STAFF AT WORK Had you been around you would have seen the aboxe scene many t1mes durxng the course of the year as the staff put 1n many hours vsorklng on the Cauldron Cauldron Stall Edttor 1n Ghxef Esther Rae Gerber Assrstant Edltor Raymond Btnke t Busxness Manager Gwen Garmus Advertlslng Managers loulse Eort Bob Brechtr Don Getz Dan Ras 1 Glrculatxon Manager Dorxs Zobrtst Sports Edltors Ray Yentes Lovy ell WllfhflCll Ofg3DI73IlOHS Edxtor Thelma H nderson Calendar Edltor Eltfabeth Roecktr Joke Edxtors Melvln Acktrman Orvmllt Zlmmerman Art Ed1tor Allce Gomstocl Photography Ed1tor Yale Mlller Adusor Glenn Jacquat lBack Row left to rrghtl Ray Yentes Lou ell Wuth rlch Bob Brtcker Orvlllt Zlmmerman Don Get? lGtnte1 Row left to rlghtl Nlelvtn Ackerman Gwen Garmus Mr Jacquat Thelma Henderson Yale Maller Dorxs Zobrlst lEront Row left to rnghtl Wanda R1ch LOUISL Eort Esther Gerber Alxct Gomstotk Ellnbeth Roecker Emma Woerner Page Twenty sux l- H O ll- 1 l ' ' QQ tttaett Quit ' 11 I V Tl ' Sl .4 . . f ffrgf Ha 9 . "4 I l Quotations Editor , ,,, ,ot Wm , Emma Woernet' ,,,,,,,, YYYY ,. Yfff, ,,,,, , Q V.. ,,,, V, Y-7777 C L V I 7 - l . V . ' 1 , ' Y 1 V y 7 I . 4 l Phllosopher Stall THE 1941 CAULDR Vi A ' ON-l lBack Row left to rlghtj Kenneth XVOIHCI Bob E1 ele Dean Hauter Bob Hull Bob Leader Burdtll Hall tfenter Row left to r1ghty B111 Spahr Nlary Strlck faden Gcolgene Uebtrrhexn Mr MCMIDH lflla Vlarme Baler Verla Gclger Johnny Getz lEront Row left to r1ghtJ Eldoxa Knoll Mary Rohl fmug Gerry Rapp Betty l-lager Eleanor Yanchtk Norma I12gllIZ Echtor ln Chlef ASSISFHHI Eclttor Qforts Ed1tors Art Edltors tlolfe Edltor Alumnl Edltor Reporter Advertxslng Nlgrs Dean l-lauter 'Vlartha E Rtullng Martha E Reul1ngRobert ltadtr Kenneth WOfllLf Bxlly Spahr Johnny Getz Robert E1 ele Kenneth Vklorner Burdell lall Eldora Knoll Mary Rohlfxng Eleanor Yanch1k Betty Hager Vtrla Gclger Gerry Rapp Buslness Manaoers Robert Hull E culty AdXlSOf Ralph McM1nn Betty Hager Eldora Knoll 'Xflary Rohlftng l H1 Marxe Ba1er 'Vlary Strtckfaden Eleanor Yanchlk Norma St1egl1t7 Robert Hull Ralph McM1nn TO PRESS Beloyy we see the Phxloso yhcr staff vyorlung on one of the etght ISSULS they pub hsh each year The t1me lf took to take thls plcture yy as a fr1ct1on of the tlmt actu ally spent on each lssue PgT ty v 1 v X v D ' ' C Y ' ' - Y 7 I . , ' ' 1 - ' , , 1 ' , 1 L . ' 3 1 , I ' V 3' ' v 1 'fu ' A Y - 1 ' ' 3 1 - gl . . . yr I L Q ' 1 - Staff Positions First Semester Second Semester ' 'a 5 - ' , l . ' ' I I Y ' I 'D D o, I , ' ' '5 V N ' Y ,,,,. 1 b , I , , . ' ' I 1 I e. fl ' ' , Y 7777 V l ' 1 . I A . 'D c D' 4 I I ,fr Z 3 v v' i ' ' ----THE 1941 CAULDRON-1-- THE BATON WAVER Below we ee MINS Brown ln one of the brlef moments ou of all the hours she spends worklng Wlfh the chorus She not only worxs wlth the mlxed chorus but also wxth the glrl s chorus Page Twenty elght if 1 4Standmg left to rlghtl Dorls Dletrlch Carolyn brlmm Nel on Roth Rooert Freeman Dean Hautel Robert Hull Mlss Brovsn Floyd Bartelmay Robert Ersele Kenneth Wor nel Burdell Hall Dorthea Glock Leda Lltwlller 1Seated left to rlghtl M'uy Strlckfaden Allce Comstock Jean Vlsserlng Alma Bartelmay Allce Lockhart Mlldreu Getz Margaret Allenspach Thelma Henderson Florence Roth The Chorus Llbrarran DOYIS Dletrrch Sec y Treas Dean I-lauter Advlsor Mus Donna Bmown The Morton hmgh school chorus had anotl er xery sue cessful year placxng very atlsfactorlly ln all conte ts Morton was well represented ln the county contest by Dean I-lauter boy s vocal Jean VISSGFIHQ glrl s vocal and Wanda R1ch 1n plano solo The muted chorus also sang at the county contest The chorus dld a very flne plece of work nn the Chrlst mas program and xt was thoroughly apprt lated by all attendmg Each year at Chrlstmas tlme the chorus goes about town carollng and th1s work by the chorus alwavs adds more sp1r1t to that grand hol1day A I ff ll 1 , v . 5 l T ' ' S 14 nz x, . . . . . , . y y 1 Q ' I v v 1 - v v v 1 ' v v v - v '- y v f ' v v 1, 1 w ., . - , , - 1 y . . , 1 . v ,. . , S S . - r , . . . V 4 , . , , V . . . l . . t ' sf-' 1 c , .J . , THE 1941 CAULDRON All Gnrls Chorus Thls year for the ftrst tlme two choruse were formed a m1xed chorus and an all glrl chorus compo ed of about flfty glrls They contrlbuted thelr flne voices on many oc cas1ons They also motored to BlOOmlHgfOIl and entered thc Wesleyan context and a always brought Lack honors fBack Row left to Flghtl Betty Franks LOUIQS Mae Blra ey Margaret bmallenberger Carolyn VlSS6I'lDg Shlrley kru e Norma Grxmm Marlyn Mlller Geraldme Krug Betty Davls Ldlth Getz Verlda Rocke Pearle Relger Betty Gerber Edlth Stuckey Verna Roth CCenter Row left to r1g'tJ Georgerv be-belrhem Verna Brrkey Florence Blrkey Lucllle Jacob Erma Rocke Ethel Mae Gerber Rozanna Ueberrhem Marxe Eumce Grlmm Dor othy Bauman Juamta Worner Madehne Schlck Ellzabeth Kaufman Bermce Allenspach Ellzabeth Frank Edna Getz Dorls Roth Ellene Zlmme man Phvlhs Pocl Maxme SCh1Ck Joan Getz NIISS Brown fBottom Row left to rlghtl Puth Rotl' Eldora Knoll Kath erme Crager Verla Gelger Gerry Rapp Norma Stleglltz Eleanor Yanchlk Martha Ellen Reulmg Ella Marle Baler Betty Hagar Ruth Zimmerman Lucille Slagell CHORUS Some of the members of the glrl s chorus are gettmg rn a l1ttle extra practlce as we can see These glrls are eager to make a good showmg and also do the1r best Page Twenty nmz . l,.. 1 I r - ' 1- - .1 . S 1 1 . .- Q . .1 .. - -,, - 1. 1 1 l , . . . , Q 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 -, . , . . 1 1 - 1 1 1 . , .L 1. . ' , ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 - A s ., -' - v ' , . . . , s. 1 A, , - 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - THE 1941 CAULDR N ONE TWO THREE Nlr Hatcher ns wavlng that baton as usual and domg hr best to get some sweet musrc out of hrs musrclan s horns He spends many many long weary hours pxcparrng hrs band for the1r contests The Band OFFICERS Presrdent Raymond Blnkele Sec y Treas Margaret Allenspach Llbrarlan Alma Bartelmay The band reached a new hlgh th1s year ln the1r actrxltres Last summer they played wlth the Morton MUHlClF8l band for our weekly concerts and also mirchcd vuth them rn the Memorral day parade At the begrnmng of thrs school year we saw Mr Hatch er lookrng rather down rn the dumps because he greatly mlssed the ones that graduated last year But soon he had a smrle upon hrs face due to the fact that the freshman class had many fme prospects for band After all of tht promlsmg mater1al was gathered up we really heard a wry f1ne band They made basketball games lrvelxer They Eleven members W1ll recerve emblems th1s year rBack Pow left to rlghtl Elma Rocke Lucllle Jacob Dor othy Getz Martha Jane Burger Lorene Comstock Ray Rem Nelson Roth Robert Hull Dean Hauter Rlchard Rflpp Bet ty Hager Alma Bartelmay Geraldlne Krug FTltZ Wltzlg lSecond Row left to rlghtl Mr Hatcher Ray Jacob Mel v1n Ackerman Martha Ellen Reulmg Verla Gelger Ella Marle Baler La'verne Apple Katherme Crager Jackle Brad ley Dorothy Rapp Robert Knabe Burdell Hall Joe Jacob Rlchard Dlemer tFront Row left to Plghtl Georgene Ueberrhem Eleanor YaHCh1k Gerry Rapp Edna Getz Bernlce Allenspach Carol Strunk Dorls Fort Margaret Hauter L1la Mathls Norma Stleglltz Marg Allenspach Ila Jean Stleglltz Page Thuriy M. 0 -M... , D H Y ' also marched in the Santa Claus parade in Peoria. ' ',- L 'y ' ' Y ' 1 y ' ., . . Y Y Y O Y 1 1 5 5 I Y 1 ' Y K I T ' I I ' v 1 f v v ' T 7 . ! I ! i ' Y Y - I s . Y I V 1 Y I 3 ! 1 Y . Y ' ---THE 1941 CAULDRO Nl... lTop row left to ughtl Lou1se Fort 'lom Bradley Walter McConkey Albert RISGH Bob Brecher LovyellWuthr1ch Oryllle Zlmmerman Walter Z1mmerman Burdell Hall Mel vm Ackerman Norma Stleglltz 1M1ddle Row? M1ss Wheel er Elleen Dlemer Emma Vioerner Betty Bone Frances K1ester Mary Rohlfmg Verelda Rocke Betty Hager Ellza beth Roecker Mlldred Getz Florence Roth Martha Ellen Reuhng Ella Mar1e Baler Edlth Roth Verla Gelger 1Front Row? lla Jean Stleghtz June Yentes Helen Goodyear Dorrs Zobrlst Thelma Henderson Alma Bartelmay Allee Com stock Eleanor Yanchlck Gerry Rapp Ella Marie Stleglltz Soclal Sclence Club OFFICERS Thelma Henderson Alma Bartelmay Dorls Zobrlst Presxdent V1ce Presldent Setretary Treasurer Loulse Fort Burdell Hall Advlsor Mlss Wheeler Q-oexal Chairman Program Chalrman 'Ihe thlrd year of the Soc1al Scrence Club has been a yery successful one The chlef purpose as last year yy ts to ramse funds for a trlp Members of the club worked hard on btke sales doughnut sales programs etc and succeeded rn I'3lSlllg thc rerluned sum to pay for transpor tatlon to Chxcago Twenty flye students and Mlss Wheel er left M T H S at 7 OO A M Thursday Aprll 1 for a three day tour of Chrcago Many polnts of mtere L as well as a XVGN broadcast vxere vxsxted and they arrlyed home at IZ 40 A M Sunday mormng Th1s1s another experrence yy h1ch has added many anecdotes to our col 1ect1o11 II-IAT S ALL READY VHSS WHEELER A few of the club mem bers who took part IH the brg program check oycr the acts yylth tht adylsor who worked yery hard to make rt tht success tha rt yy as Page Th rty one V! ' It g ! E Y ' - Y! Y . Y v 7 V ! 7 7 - 54' ' ' 4 . . . . v . , . . ' ' - . v a v ' 1 A H ' V ' ' . l . Y - 1 Y 7 l . - 3 7 . 7 g v v v ' ' q r Y 3 Tx l l . . 7 'I ' . V 1 7 V I ' s f ' r Business Managers ........ Jean Vissc-ring, Daniel Rassi 1 Y Y . r . 7 1 VL C . l , t , .QQ . 1 ' I 4 H I - v . I l V- l Y I 1 - - . Y . 7 1 r I 1 ' ' i . 1-THE 1941 CAULDRON---- DEBITS AND CREDITS Secretary and treasurer Marg Allenspach makes an 1mportant entry 1n the books under the approvtng eyes of the remammg offrcers They all take thelr dutles serlously and do thexr Jobs well Page Thirty t o lStand1ng left to ughtl Asst Mgr Chlnk Warmner G F Corxell Nllss Waldorf Coach Jacquat Mgr Solly Ackerman lSeated left to r1ghtJ Bob Hull Dut Wuthrrch Marg Allenspach Alhlehc ASSOCIBIIDII Plesldent Dut Wuthrlch Vlce Pre ldent Bob Hull Secretary treasurer Marg Allenspach Adyrsors Mxss Waldorf Mr Jacquat Mr Corlell The Athlet1c Assoclatlon an organrzatron governrng the student body ln varlous act1v1t1es rs chosen by the as embly at the beglnnmg of the school term Thls assocna tron IS responslble for the transportatlon of the varlous teams to and from the games and contests IS responsrble for the preparat1on of the el1g1b1l1ty sllps and also cares for the un1forms of tlee teams The manager and asslstant manager haxe many and varxed dutles servxng the dxf ferent athletrc teams 1n all Ways and also carlng for the teams equrpment Under the spon or hrp of the Athlet1c Assoc1at1on the annual Chr1stmas exchange was pre ented The party consrsted of a movre dancxng and a Santa Claus Santa Claus was the chmax of the entlre afternoon because th1s was no ordrnary Santa After d1str1but1ng the g1fIS the L1I1V6lllllg of Santa Clau proved that the face ln d1sgu1se belonged to Eleanor Yanchrk - - .. - VV . . 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V - S 'S S 1 r V V . t V , V V , fr S ' -w E 1941 CAULDR Pep Club The Pep flub agam xx ent llllO actlon durtng the bas ket bill serson lhe Pep Club ts mteele up of ill C A A memlsers lnterestecl tn taklng an TCIIXC p1rt m the per formince at home mmes nlhe glrls were under the drr ectlon of the cheer lmders 1nd Mtss Wtldorf FI he performmce of the Pep C lub llwuys ieleleel much eolor and pep to the gimes lhe crowd enloyeel the performince of the club mel huleel them hetrttlt, wh Il they marcl eel onto the floor Pl hey then mireh lnto the formntons of letters 'tn M for Morton and also the letter of the opposlng team Durlng the formatton of the It IS hoped thwt thts club continues tts flne work III the future years because through the work of the Pep Club we un see Whut the glrls of the hlgh school 1re dw lll So keep 1t up lr s tStand1ng Left to Rlghtb June Yentes Dot'1s Fort Ber nlee Allenspach Llla Mathls Norma Frlmrn Margaret Hauter Mlldred Rrsen Edrth Ce-t7 Roth Zmemerman -Seated! Juamta Worner Phyllxs Pool Erma Koeke Mane Eumee brtmm Catherlne Crager Dorothy Bauman Velma Ackerman Pl OT FOR PEP Here 'ere the cheer lerders Ind Mtss Vwaldorf WOllilllg on fOfmJIlOHS for the next basl etball game They do tleerr best to xx ork out some thrng new and entertalnmg for each game Page Thnrty three . V V 4 A V l -N' ' 1 r at . r i X 4 It 1. L 1. . . ' t . l . I I r I ' e ' C nc A' 1 s ' K 1 1 ' - ' x ' ,L H r L I 'er C . A 1 1 M i Y X ' X L y. r 4 X H I V1 I V 'B 'D . Q V 1 g A I x I X X A V X letters, the girls give forth yells. V I 1. V A. I . ' . I W' ' ' A ' 'L YS 1 1 I 1 11 4 4 4 ' L .' e ' ' ' I L X L - - .g. v. vgljf L . I 'l 1 r X L y. 1 l Y I v Q v ' All ' - I ! ' I 1 lv 1. 7 A I x 1 ' V , 1 ., . . , I .4 . , .I y. V . y A Y ' 7 V Y THE. GAA Abou we set Mug, con duetlng ont ol the lLgLlllI' U r A metungs lht s are 1lwx1ys rntertsttd to he1r wlnt plans Xluq has made for them Vlarg really has put 1n a lot of t1me on thls o1gan1Lat1on 1941 CAULDRON GAA The Grrls Athlet1c ASSOClJIlO1l IS an OI'g31'llZ21flOll for all g1rls who Wrsh to 30111 Its pu1poSe 15 to promote mterest 1n phys1cal act1x1t1es sportsmansh1p and to keep the g1rls IIIUL occupltel CJ A A offlcers for the yur of 1940 41 are as follows Pres1dent Margaret Allenspach lreasurer Mzutha Lllen Reulmg Secretary Dorrs D1e rlch Actruty captalns WCIC Bowlmg captaxn Elmabeth Roeclter Bmketball c1pta1n Dorls D1etr1el1 IL xarlous vxays of makmg money were cool IL ales andy sales and gym exh1b1t A tea for the mothers was gnen on May 9 1941 l place of the annual gym eXh1b1t a soc1al hour ent1tl d Sprrng Spasms was presented on May 2 fSt'1nd1ng Back Row left to rlghtl Wllrna Belslev Verna Bukey Edlth Lfetz June Yertes Larol Strunk Norma Stlei, l1tz LOUISE Fort Ehzabeth Kaufman Mary Rohlfmg Alma Bartelmay Ila Jean Stl8gl1tZ Gerry Rapp Eleanor Yanchlk Margaret Hauter Bernlce Allenspach Leda L1tw1ller Dorxs Fort Joan Getz Phyllls Pool lStand1ng M1ddle Row! Dor1s Zobr1st Thelma Henderson Ruth Ann Roecker Verna Belsley Georgene Ueberrhem Bet ty Franks Martha Jane Burger Marle Eunlce Crrmm Em ma Woerner Elleen D1emer Ellzabeth Roecker Mlldred Getz Carolyn Gr1mm Ella Marle Stxeglltz Helen Stetzler Florence B1rkey El1zabeth Frank Frances Klester Betty Bone 1Seated Front Rowj Katherme Crager Esther Rae Ger ber Gwen CHFIUS Betty Hager Dorls D1etr1ch Marg Allens pach Martha Ellen Reulmg Mxss Waldorf Allce Comstock Ella Marxe Barer Verla Gelger LOUISE Mae B1rkey Page Thlrty four ...- i-- -11'-l-T Y ' "3 I 7 3 H i . .F ly 7 .. ' , , . ll" 1 - X-s ,, L o ' . . n f Q W. . . ,- . .4 . 6 . 3 x , g , 1 1 V Y X. . .. glfl , , , X I Yr H X 3 ' ' ' ' V v 1 v ' L - 4 , v v I 1 ' , , , . . . . . l ' Y y , . I Y - 1 If I Y i Y U - ---THE 1941 CAULDRON--- 1Top row left to rlghtj Dean Hauler Coach Ralph 'VlclVlxnn Yale Mlller AND FURTHER rBottom row! Georgene Ueberrhexn Mary Strrcl faden MQRE Wrlma Belsley Edrth Getz Debate Words and gestures vy1th vocal cords rampant on fleld of data Vox omnla yrncrt It IS more than lrkely that rf the debate squad of Mor ton I-hgh School should haxe a coat of arms the deslgn and motto on the shleld would closely resemble the fore gomg descrrptlon For lf IS true that for almost all of th thlrty erght years of the school s emstence there has be n competmye groups Thus year has rroyed to be no ex ceptlon Negatwe and afflrmatlve te ms have affaln n gaged 111 comp1lat1on of data and matchmb of w1ts wrtn yarlous surroundlng schools The que tlon th1s year was Resoly ed Fl hat the power of the Federal Goyernment ohould Be Increased Takxnv the negatlye XICVS poxnt were Mary Strrckfaden and Dean I-lauter affrrmatlye l:d1th Getz and Wllma Belsley Led by the1r coach Mr lVlclVl1nn they have taken sey eral trlps to other c1t1es where they argued to therr learts content They made trlps to Peorla Woodruff San Jose and the Dlstrlct Tournament at Frsher Results of these en counters show Nlortons score w n Z lost 4 Dean I-lauter lusty orator of Moltons Debate team collects hrs thoughts on the run and hurls them across the table yuth gusto Dean contend that rn hrs oprnlon the spoken vxord IS mlghtler than exther the pen or the y otel Peg Th yf l l l ' , ' . - ' ' , ' ' Q , v x K' ' V. 3 X I 7 . . . . .T ' " , ' y' ' z" 5 5 4 , . . N 3 Y 5 T I V ' ' 3. 3 provision made for a debate team. as one of the several I I Y . I 1 1 V ' 4 . ' ' w v D C - . . A Y . W . . , G . . Y ,, V I . , y T C ' v v' v I r I U . . 7 4 . . V I ' v v. ' ' Y f , s . 1 o , 1 . . e irt -ive ---THE 1941 CAULDRON---- DARK ROOM We see Bob and Dean two of the many students who u c the dark room trymg thelr hand at developlng prctures YKlllCl'1 they have taken This room is oenerally busy w1th someone dolnv exper mental work Pg Thi tStand1ng left to rrghtj Gerry Rapp Prank Hoffer Nelson Roth Russell Schrock Yale Nl1ller M1 Rup precht Husk Bartelmay Marx Goodyear Marshall Srmmons Kenneth Jacob Anlta Mrller fSeated left to rrghtb Mary Strlckfaden Bob Hull Rlchard Rapp F11t7 W1t71g Dean I-lauter Sam Crerber Ray Rem Georgene Ueberrhem Camera Club OFFICERS P1 esldent Yale Mrller Vxce Presldent Rrchard Rapp Sec 3 Treas Mary Str1ckfad n The Camera Club members star ed rlght rn snappmb unexpected p1ctures of people but a few people were awarded the oppontumty to po e for thelr prctures No matter what thelr ubjects are they always manage to turn out some f1ne work The club grleved the loss of Mr Rupprecht vsho left us to Joln the army rn December They had a farewell party for h1m and gave hlm a partmg grft Then Nlr Ho,t stepped 1nto Mr Ruppre ht s posltxon and ably fxlled rt Thrs club should be compnmented on IIS flne wolk through the year Workxng w1th cameras now as a hobby may result rn a lrfetrme work 1n later years v v A v l- - .. 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F . . . . . . . . ae iry-six T E 1941 CAULDR N Dramahc Club The Dramauc Club was orvamfed ln 1934 as part of the speech class In 1935 lf became at tparut Ofg21IllL1flOl1 whoft members were hlgh school students alumm and f1culty mtmbers It has been aunt ever SIHCL A llmtttd numLer of new members 'lrt taken Into the tlub nch year New members thls year ire Donna Brown l OUIS Nohl and T htlm1 Henderson Mtttmgs are held onct tath month uutpt durmg the summer Members tilt turns tntutalnlng lnd tveryont tnjoys thtse monthly fmt to gathers It has been the tustom to prutnt a plly each year and thls year was no txctptlon A thru act firtt called Aunt T tlht Got To Fl own was gmtn on Aprul 4 It not only vms a huge success but lftordtd 1 lot ot lun for the mst ln practlclng In ctltblatlon of thtlr success the members held 1 dm ner party md tht atuutlcs of the yur wtrt brought to an htlarlous toncluslon GFFICKRS Vlce P1 esldent Fred Reullng becy Treas Thelma Henderson Play Duecior Ralph McM1nn lbtandmg left to rlghtl Marg Allenspach Lotus Nohl Frances Qulgley M rle Rugaard MHFIOH B1rkey Fred Reul ng Thelma Henderson Kathryn Skaggs tbeatedb Verna Gmgrlch hdna Hlrsteln Lflenn .lacquat Ralph MCMIHU Loulse Beyer Donna Brown lNot present 1n plcturel C Arnold Rupprecht Robert Com bear Marv Carlus Vhlhs Musselman IIRINC ON! THE HATS xt Gang 1t om ol tue 11 tht homt of Mxrv Car lUSl They are rmdy to ad Journ ifttr 1 hot Qll"CLl9slOl'l on tu pluy ind otnr guts Page Thnrty semen I O V. D X FJ L 5 'L l I 1 1 rx x I 1 ' L 3 3 x it ' ' V1 B 3 l 1 l I 3 wx X x 5 - L x 4 x r mc I . 1 h h A 'L V! g x ' 1 I' 1 5 L 1 x xx r x x X 1 ' x 'X 'I x . ' . X f . t Q' ' , X " ' ' L ' ' x ' x 1 v m - - u v . . D t. N X - - .ws L 1 fs I' YD 'A' 3 I ll- L 'B 1 .L . , . 1- ll 'Ag 1 Y' I YI I ' V-Lt X 1 . 1 A 3 L A - 1 L. l u m - ' x' w 1 g ' - E, Y . . . ' ' ' . J L ' ' . ' V K ' Y ' x vu 5 1 1. , 1. l Tl m . A- 1 Pl'ESld6I'lt ................. ., ...,........ K3.tl11'y'H Skaggs fngnthly fnggflngg fthls One w I7 - .............,............... X. 1 1 E - . . ...............,.......... C - . L . . I r Ax 7 L x XL . W ' ' 1 w 4 'sq v f , v , . . ' , e' . , ' , - t 3 . ,l : . -4 1 v y . H H ' ' ' , ' ' ' ' , ' Y l.' . ' L l ' full- Y li: ' f . . . ,- . , ' ' I, .. U , Y. I f . M. , ll' . .RQ K-1 4, ..- L rl Q " . O -6 l---THE 1941 CAULDRON-- ALU Xl Nl OFFICERS O The following officers helped tht Alumni As ocia tion to get a ntw and xigoi ous stirt Tht organization had lost some of its color and ptp but once again it is in thc limelight Presidtnt Alfred B Carlus lst Vict Prtsidtnt Florentt Mustlman Znd Vice Prtsidtnt lloyd Fort Secretary Betty Rapp 'lreasurei Bruce Ackerman Asst lqreas Hilda Qtrunk Alumm lBack row left to rightl Lloyd Fort Al fred Carius Bruce Ackerman tFront row ltft to rightl Hilda Strunk Florence Mus elman Betty Rapp The Alumni Association decided last ytar at thtir annual banquet and election of officers that they would make their orga nization an actixe one and one to be proud They elected their officers for the year and then the responsibility of the organ17a tion was put upon their shoulders To 'trou e mort intertst and to get mort peoplt in actual working po itions they elected a board of governors which consisted of one member from each class from l909 to 1937 and then two members from each of the Pg Th tye following years The board of goxernors took cart of all of the parties and entertain ment throughout the year to earn money printed and distributed to all the active members of the Alumni Association A committee was appointed to see about the publishing of it Those on the committte xxtre Robert Conibear chairman Louise Henderson sec treas Florence Muselman Mary Alene Wuthrich Margaret Seidel and I loyd Fort The directory included a list of officers board of governors alumm di rectory committee the alumm members and the history of Morton Township High School The annual Alumni Banquet was held at the Civic building in honor of the Sen iors on May 31 +91 I94 - 1941 6 4 f' , . g 5' 1, I A AS A - '-W. A 7 I T YA ', I ' m 4 m T' ' v o C .MTI ' L I ' , 1 3 . . - . ' . ' ' This year an Alumni Directory was J '- , . . . Vi !- L 7 I I ' l , I l ' f ' - tt ' . ' 3 ' A ' ' 1 A , - .1 , of. V 4 Y a l I I C 4 ' I . ' I K S 3 I 3 D 3 . . . . K ' k s , L a e ir - ight E 1941 CAULDR Semor Class lay The play tltled Llttle Geraldrne was presented by the senror class on October 25 1940 The locale of the play was the Alpha Beta sororrty n a co ed school The plot centered around Llttle Gerald me an old fashroned gxrl ralsed under tht mfluence of the gay nlntxes perlod The story IS about her dlffxeultles rn a modern SOFOIIIY house lt was well glven under the lble dlrectlon of Mlss Stewart assusted by Mlldred Getz and Carolyn Grlmm nl ue ca t IS as follows Bus Mrller Ray Yentes PAINT JGB Llttle Geraldme Allce Comstock Nlp Yale Nlrller Tuck Albert Rlsen Lrssa Gwen Camus Tully Alma Bartelmay Jrggs Jean Vrsserrng Marv Ray Brnkele Mrs Montgomery Alrce Lockhart Totsy Frances Kerstel Me Walter McConkey Mother Lannxng Emma Woerner fl eft to rrghtb Allce Comstock Alrce l ockhart Em ma Woerner Ray Yentes Cmen Qarxus Yale Mlller Alma Bartelmay Albert Rxsen Ray Bmkele Jean VlS9LI'l11t Walter MeConkey France Kelster Nl Stewart dramatres dlrector Cllllblllg on a blt of wax parnt Lefolc the f1r t curta1n of the Semor play ltlust a dash of colo1 needed to rouse Splfll ln the mrdst ot pprehensronl Pa e Th ty I ,, 7 . . . H AA 3 . - s s 1 . Y s 1 s s 1 A , , A X s , s . C 1 I I 'L 'b V ' -L 3 I I 1 'i l s 1 I Y x 'A D 'A 3 Yrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrwfwff A t ISS e ' f. , ' " V . . . ------ --------g---- , - - . e ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,, ffff , if e L '- ' ' S ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,aa . - Y , . I .. . 5 3 ' I ' , .WYY -. a Z! . ' . ' , s 4 - s s L 1 l v 3 u 7 v L v x x ' u ' x A s u ' U , , , . ,, 3 ' , S . ,'. - f ai .. L , 5 ir -nune --1-THE 1941 CAULDRON--1 KATE SVIITH Xtrtlda Roclt as att Qmmth as taklng one last look at the audlcnce before the cur tam gots up J hu, rc walt mg to hear you slng God Bless Amerm a Kate Soclal Sclence Broadcast One of the brggest and mo t ortgrnal exents of the year was the M T H S Broadcast presented by the Socral Sc1ence Club on January 17 Th1S was a great varlety program rn the form of a radro broadcast Lowell Wuth rlch was the announce: and Master of Ceremomes and handled thc commerclal ads qulte well Everyonc cooperated wrth Mxss Wlmecler IH preparlng thc events of the cvcmng conslstxng of two one act plays an amateur hour a boxmg match man on the street news and sports flashes a Negro sk1t and dramatrc and humorous readxngs Although thcrc wasn t much tame to practmce and there were many confllcts the broadcast went off hke clock work as all good broadcasts do Thls program wa a blg source of mcome to the club and tht audlcnce was vxcll cnttrtalned 1Standxng left to rlghty Norma St1egl1t7 Dons Zob rlst 'Vlary Rohlflng Florence Roth Jean VlSSOflHg Martha Ellen Reuhng Mrldled Get7 Ahce Lockhart Vcrclda Rockt Edith Roth Ehzabcth Roecker Ella Marte Sfltgllfl Gerry Rapp Walter McConkey lowell Wuth rtch Ray Brnkele Burdell Hall Mrss Wheeler June Yentes Thelma Henderson Verla Ge1ger Betty Hager Ahce Comstock Alma Bartelmay Ila Jean Stleglxtz 15-eatedp Eleanor Yanchrk Louxse Eort Ella Marne Baler Albe1tR1sen Tom Bradley Robert Heubach Bob Brecher Danxel Rassx Sam Gerber Xlelvm Ackerman llllalllla 5.-Mali Page Fo ty l , 1 l l S f . . . . V V Q . . I I I I 4 1 D 1 . A D I ' , J I 3 I I ' , .J 1 v v ' ' ' D V . . L . I , . . . m . . - , . S A K A y , ', , , , , ' y I , , L Q , K , . . . 3 I 1 L , 1 2 , , 1 . , - . s s - . . . ' A 4 ' v A 1 7 1 I I ' I I r s s , , - , . . I I ' ' 'I l - I ., . , - , . , . ' v y v v ' - v V 1 1 v v L , . . . . , . . , . , , . A . A 5? wt asset vm In Arg wwmw, 3 Q W" W ' l y ' it W ew - 1 ti . 22 1 1 L -' , ' ii f , ' ' X 152 - ld 1 . ,- is-19' , c... .ln f A. e I - V- 3 it 4- -is :av 1,5 f -5 fr K' - n T- may Masq was a.,.....-.,.,,,,, ,W WW ,,,.,, ,,,,, W- A-M .N . .5 l Y -THE 1941 CAULDRON-li- fStand1ng left to rlght J MISS Stewart Eldora Knoll Johnn1e Getz Martha Ellen Reulmg Le Roy luffentsamer Pobert Elsele fSeatedl Betty Hager Norma Streglltz Mary Rohlflng Verla Gelger The Jumor Play Look Who s Here a farce 1n three acts was the play presented by the Junlor Class on Apnl 25 1941 The well attended play was a succe s and enjoyed by all It was under the capable Clll'9CflOll of Nllss Florence Stewart who was asslsted by Eldon Bauman The entlre actlon of the play took place 1n the lxvmg room of the W1HCll9ll home ln a suburban town 1n thc east The plot centered around a young man and hls wlfe who found lf very necessary due to f1nanc1al reasons that h1s aunt be kept ln the dark about the marr1age The cast IS as follows Lyman Wrnchell Leroy Tuffentsamcr Estelle Wrnchell Martha Ellen Reulmg Tommy Rotanah Robert E1S9l9 Grace Sterlmg Verla Gexger Ahce Bambrldge Nlary Rohlfrni Jennle Eldora Knoll J1mm1e Johnny Get Rose Stanford Betty Hag r Irene Andrews Norma St1egl1t1 g 1 LYMAN MARRIED A scene from Look Who s Here Betty Hager as Rose has found that her old boy frlend Lyman lS mar med Naturally hlS wlfe resents Rose especlally when she calls h1m bub bes SFIIIF' Page Foty N ft ,, gl llm y 1 v Y Y Y 1 1 - . . 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S , c ' ' ' , . , . . . v ' - . . . . . , ' u - 1 . . 1 vy , Y ' K ,,, . , ' gg, W . , , f----Y---f-----e-f K . . i v q L- ffff n---,,,,L---,-L,, c r -one THE 1941 CAULDRON Wwe i8w CAREFUI COACH Ont of the most humorous scenes rn the play and one of t h e Coach s predrcaments Careful Coach dont let rt slrp Becomrng style don L you thrnl P Page Forty two N... llaeft to rrghtj Thelma Henderson Merle Rugaard Donna Brown Ralph McMrnn Kathryn Skaggs Frances urglcy Glenn Jacquat Lours Nohl Nlarg Alltnspacn 'Vlaryrn Carrus Marlon Brrkey Verna Grngrrch Dramahc Club Play The annual hrlarrty show was presented on Aprrl 4 by the Dramatrc Glub The play gryen thrs year was a comedy as usual called Aunt Trllre Goes To Town by Wrlbur Braun Besrdes berng a stupendous success there vycrc request for a repeat performance Thrs speaks pretty well of Ralph McMrnn who was a most capable drrector and coach A lot of credrt rs due 'Vlac The story of the play was based on the trrple character lrft of Mervrn Tucker who almost lost hrs crotht h franctt and hrs lrfc all becau e of a lrttle prcce of radc about whrch he forgot among all the other complrcatrons lht cast of characters Lucrnda Frances Qurgley Aunt Trllre Trask Verna Grngrrch Mervrn Tucker Ronald Howland Lrzlre Parsons Pamela Marsh Luther Lorrrmer Ellen Neeland Gharlre One Lung Trllre Tucker Dr Hattre Brng Glenn E Jacquat Merle Rugaard Donna Brown Nlarg Allenspach Marv Garrus Thelma Henderson Lours Nohl Mrrram Brrkey Kathryn Skaggs .+.. .,. 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IS L , T E 1941 CAULDR N he Counl and lhe Co ed On January 26 1941 the chorus presented the operetta The Count and the Co ed by Morgan and O Hara The scene of the story was on the campus of Nlarden College ln the mlddle west It concerned a college com dlan Sl'lOO7L Andrews who IS played by Kenneth Wortt r Snooze was tn love wtth Dolly McSpadden played by Dorus Dletrlch and was constantly aroustng the dlspleas ure of Dolly s father President XlcSpadden Wnth such 1 sttuatlon fo1 the plot the cast d1d plenty of good acttng and the chorus added plenty of good stngmg Jean and Dean sang speelal numbers whlch won much approval The operetta wlth tts splendld cast was very successful The Cast Bxrdle Boggs Tnelma Henderson Amy Arnold Dorls Dletrlch Dolly McSpadden Dorls Dletrlch Mlss Agatha Loclestep Marg Allenspach Dr Clcero MCSpadden Burdell Hall Mrs Mcbpadden Martha Ellen Reulmg Mark Watson Bob Elsele Ham1lton Hunter Dean Hauter Wlllle ISleepyl Cartel Nelson Roth Marjorle Blackvx ood Jean Vlsserlng Dan Flanlgan Bob Hull Kenneth Andrews Kenneth Worner llrtt tx xx ht back :owl Betty lxtnk Loulse Mae Bulxey Ruth llmmumxn Dumthy Lxumu' Mane Lhzlstle hlmt Roeke lxathulne' Qld el hlclol 1 Ixnull Llleen lllllmllmdll M211 aut Smallmnbet tr Rsmxnnn Ilkbtllhllfl E,thelGe1bex Nmmd 1 umm Emth let! 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V I YV 1 T E 1941 CAULDR N SO TENDER and MILD Gwen Carxus and Fr1t7 Wltzrg fbehmd the beardj as Mary and Joseph nn ano ther scene from the Natlvlty Thls scene was presented whrle the chorus sang Sl ent Nlght Not shown IH thxs candld picture but also .1 part of the scene were two angels Esther Rae Gerber and Alma Bartelmay The Nahvlly The NRIIVIIW was presented as a Chrrstmas program on Wednesday December 18 l94O The purpose of the pro gram was two fold to present the pageant of the natxvxty and to allow the publnc a glxmpse of the new home econ omlcs department of our school It was arranged and dtr ected by Mlss Stewart and Mlss Brown lt conststed of a number of posed scenes aga1nst a back round of approprx ate muslc by the glrl s chorus The Cast Narrator Dean Haut r Mary Gwen Camus Joseph Frrtz Wxtzxg Angels Alma Bartelmay Esther Rae Gerber Robert Freeman Ernxe Rassr Kung Herod Lowell WUIhflCh Kmg s AdVlSOfS Yale Muller Johnny Getz Wrse Men Bob Knabe Bob Etsele Kenneth Worner After the applause had dled away the audlence attended the receptlon arranged by Mlss Waldorf and the students taklng the Home Economlcs course Sevelal table center pxeces were dlsplayed by the grrls and they also served can dy cookxes coffee and tea The parents and general pub llc sat1sf1ed the1r CUIIOSIIY about the rumors they had been hearmg about the new equlpment The shrmng stoves venettan blmds and whlte furnlture were commented on very much 1Left to rrghtj Alma Bartelmay Erme Rasst Bob Freeman Floyd Bartelmay and Nelson Roth Page Forty fou -...-. 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FJEEJLJEZLJ HECS 1 .T fx 7 .K I 1" KSN X M gl X X f X31 f S R s., in uf' A V 4-P -1--THE 1941 CAULDRONl-l Athletic Program The Morton High School athletic p10 gram for the past years led by Coach Jac quat was something to be proud of 1n that it was improved and expanded classes the athletic resources of Morton High were given not only to the few who made the teams but to every student 1nte1 ested in sports An intra mural basketball league was organized composed of four evenly matched teams giving the fellows who did not make the squad a chance to benefit from our new gYm During the past years Coach Jacquat has been scheduling bigger and better teams to make the athletic program more interest ing to the athletes and fans alike Morton 1s also preparing for next year The athletic field including the track and Plans are being made for the installatlon of new fan shaped backboards in the gym Pekin and East Peoria have all been scheduled for two games in basketball So in the future we hope to see Morton High recognized in Central Ill1nos for its strength in the athletic field Page Forty sevev With better organization of the gym diamond, will be improved this spring. E 19 CAULDRON Cheerleaders Yea cherry' Yea gray Morton Potters Hurray' Thats our three peppy cheer the second year for thls snappy tr1o Too bad you krds dldnt start when you were freshmen You have had the crowd these past two years and Im sure that M T H S IS really gomg to mrss you next year These three glfls not only are three of the grandest cheerleaders but are really up on the latest styles as you can plalnly see by therr classy outflts These glrls were unanlmously elected when th electrons took place last November 'I he Pep Club lx also under the d1rect1on of the cheerleaders 'I hlS group of gnls IS ally perform at all the home games The purpose of thls club rs to add more pep to the games and to enteltam the fans between games May next year s cheerleaders do as well as these three grrls have done 1n the past two years Page Forty eughi -i T H 4 1 li Q . leaders, Marg., Tiny and Gwen. This is composed of all four classes, and they usu- ---'r E 1941 CAULDR 1111- lStand1ng left to rrght Coach Jacquat Bud Hull Eldon Bauman Bob Strunk Husk Bartelmay Frrtz Wrtzrg Dut Wuthrrch Bob Knabe Elwrn Mrller Ton Zobrrst lSeated left to rrghth Nlgr Solly Acl rman Ernre Rassr Rav Yerrtes Yale M11 1 r Jesse Muselman Johnny Getz B111 Spahr Asst Mgr Chrnk Wanrrer Baskelball The Morton Hrgh basketball team gurd ed by Coach Jacquat and cheered on by Gwen Carrus Trny Henderson and Marg Allenspach frnrshed the season wrth a record to be proud of for a school of our srze The Potters were successful rn placrng thrrd rn the Washrrrgton Holrday lnvrtatronal tour nament frrst place honors were grven them rn the county tournament second rn the Tazma League and rrrst rn the Macl rnavx Valley League Coach Jacquat s frrst frve Yale Mrller Ray Yentes B111 Spahr Jess Nluselman and Hans Getz arded by the worthy substrtute Errrre Rassr played a good brand of ball throughout the season wrnnrng ZS out of Z9 games All srx of our losse were to teams rated hrgh rn central 1ll1no1s ln many games played the team showed up best on the East Peorra floor where they defeated the Red Rarders by one porrrt East Peorm rs consrdered one of the best team rn central lllrnors The Morton fans were on therr feet most of the game and were almost as thrrlled over the rrctory as was the team The team also showed up wtll by wrnnrnv four strarght rn the county tournament where they too' frrst place l onors The teams record was due to the frne coachrng and advrce the players recerved from Coach Jacquat as well as to the sprrrt and loyalty grxen tht '11 by the fans The players also drsplayed great frght and sprrrt whrch went far toward ma crng up for therr lack of sr7e We congratulate Coach Jacquat and hrs team for rts frne work and feel sure the teams rn years to come wrll admrre rt and try to follow rts example Page Fo ty nrne 1. 11 1 - 1 1 1 .1 11 V 1 - - 11 11 ' ' 1 1 1 . 5 U ,, . 1 . . . - .1 11 1 1 . x' '2 - . 1 1 I 1 Y ' 1 C 1 1 1 - ' 11 - 11 Q 4 . 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E 19 CAULDRON Basketball eller Men Coach Cllenn Jlcquat Comeh sta1ted the season w1th seven ot the ten lettel mn m1ss1ng because of gr'1duat1on Xlvfllll only three veterans he developed 1 team good enough to vs1n the County Tournament In the four years he has coached basketball tor Morton vye haye been county cham plons IVNICC and run11erup tvs 1ce Not bad Coach Xale M1ller tCapt11nJ Sen1or Yale vsas the center on the team and yull be m1ssed yery much next year H1s reboundmg and l1 hung sp1r1t lept the team omg sttong IlllOLlgllOUf the entlre eason Ray Yentes tguardl Senlor Butch played h1s f1rst basketball gnne uhen he vs is 1 Junlor and 1n one year he dexeloped yy 1n the free throw trophy Jesse Muselman Jumor A hard flght mg guard yaluable to Morton s defense the past year and 1n the future H1s cever guard1ng stopped many an opponent f1om gettmg a basket B111 Spahr Junxor Blll vm the h1gh sco1er on the team and vs1ll be back next year play1ng as forward H 1snt v y b1g but can s1nk shots from all parts of the floor Many a t1me hlS t1mely shots have kept Xlorton 1n the game Johnny CJLYI tforvx ardl Jun1or Bet ter nown as Hans H pays an a around game maklng h1s share of the po1nts and also play1ng an excellent floor game HlS t1mely passes led to many MOlfOH bas ets Ernest Rass1 tguardl Sophomore Lrme IS only a sophomo1e but he played most of the t1me vuth the f1rst f1V6 Playmg e1ther guard or forward he f1lled 1n wherever needed He ll be here tyyo more years a11d 1n that l.lfllC he should become one of the ma1n cogs IH Morton basktball mach1ne Ps Low ell Wuthr1eh tguardl Sen1or Dut played hlS last yea1 of basketball He vyas on the bench most of the t1me but was always ready when needed tHe was the leader of the Stallers 9 PIIIZ W1tL1g fCCllIQll Sophomore Fraz Fr1tL IS tall and plays a good floor game If he IIHDIOVES 1n h1s shootmg and flghts hard he should make the f1rst f1ye next year Floyd Bartelmay tforwarul Freslne Husk a b1g fellow who played h1s f1r year of h1gh school basketball He was 1 member of the second team but has h1gh hol es fo1 the future Robert Strunk tguardl Fresh1e Bol another fresh1e who made the squad Bas ketball fans 1n central lll1no1 vs ll ee a lot of h1m for the next three yerrs N e y1n Ackerman Solly nl he b1 llttle manager who held a yery respons1ble pOS1IlOll and f1lled 1t very vxell It would take a b1g man to f1ll h1s shoes Robert Wanner f21SSlSf2llll managerj Chmk was elected ass1stant manager be cause ue had to haxe omeone that Solly could handle After a yea1s tutor1ng under Solly he should be able to take over full re1gn next year tLef+ to rlght OPQOSITG page! B111 Spahr Jesse Muselman Johnny Getz Yale Mlller Lowell Wuthrleh Ray Yentes Coach Jac quat Fritz Wltalg Erme RHSSI Chlnk Wan ner Sollv Ackerman Floyd Bartelmay Rob rt Strunk Carl Kenser Xlr Hoyt what keeps us from fall1ng off the earth when we re up s1de dovs nt Mr Hoyt Why the law of grav1ta t1on Carl Ke1ser Yes but hovx d1d people t1ck on before that law was passed , '. ' -,. 7 . 3 I e N, - 3 'L 3'- C e 3 c . V V ' ' ' ' - 7 1 7' ' I e. ' ' ' ' , . . , . . . . , ,, . e - ' , 7 Y A. V L Y Y Y ,I e 7' 74 i. v Y , .H .. ., - V . . Qt L 1 7 e v ys ye 4 s ' . . 7, . , .. . W . . Y 1 U . Y 1 . H S . A , s , s ' -, e 1 ' . s '1 s rx 'y 1 M Ll L 4 1 V 1 w ' u 1 f ,sm D VL K L A v L N A v 3 enough to make the flrst team and also to lsl ,' H " ' 1, . - ' 9 V t , ,. . V Y 5 . ' ' ' ' 1 I Y 3 V 1 ,s ' . . ' 1 , ' Yi I Y 1 - .A C I 'V 3 A - , L U V 5 ,v . A4 ew , ' 5 7' L 7 Y . ' ' . e ' ' er Y . 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' ' Y Z8 ' 5 ly-two E 1 1 CAULDRON Track M T H S undoubtedly had the1r best track team 1n 1tS h1StOFy Havlng a well balanced team the thlnlles made a showmg 1n every meet they ente1ed Hampered by the absence of the1r coach they went on to w1n all sched uled meets except one Paced bv Mlller who led the team u1th 13 polnts they ran away Wlth the county meet the1r nearest r1val Wash 1ngton 20 po1nts behlnd Brecher and WUthF1Ch came through Wlth record breaklng performances 1n the dlscus and 440 dash respectwely In the Dlstrlct Morton agam made held back by a thumb IHJUFV placed fourth ln the dlscus Mlller placed second 1n the 220 yard dash and Wuth r1ch placed flrst ln the 410 dash 1n lecord breaklng tlme M1ller and Wuth11ch w1ll go to the State Meet The other SGHIOFS who sv1ll be mlssed very much next yea1 ire Dlemer 1n the m1le and half m1le and Yentes IU the hlgh Jump and hur dles HOLDERS OF SCHOOL RECORDS 100 and 220 yd dashes Yale M11 er 440 and 880 yd dashes Lowell Wuthr1ch M1le run R1chard Dlemer Dlscus Bob Brecher Broad Jump hop step and Jump and hurdles B111 Spahr Pole vault Jesse Muselman H1gh Jump Ray Yentes ner Coach Jacquat Ernest RHSSI Dean Hauter Floyd Bartelmay Robert Strubhar Solly Ackerman fSeatedJ B111 Spahl Ray Yentes Low ell Wuthr1ch Yale Mlller and Bob Brecher News W 4 Pg F11 h --l T H 9 4 11- ' - l . themselves known. Brecher, who was CStanding, left to rightl Chink Wan- 2 Q l 1 V 4' ,f I ,TA 1 J, 1 49 a e i y-I rc: E 19 1 CAULDRON Track Team l orr ell Dut Wrrthrrcld C o captarn and tht outstandrng man on the track squad thrs year and ha been rn the past rs expected to take frrst place honors rn some of the dashes rn the county meet Robert Bob Brecher Qenror and co captarn of the team rs our drscus man and a good one He should take frrst rn the Ya e Curly Nlrller Another good dash man rs expected to go far rn the county and yyrll be greatly mrs ed next year due tu graduatrorr Ray Butch Yentes A frrst year man and hrgh Jumper wrll be lost by the team next year by graduatron Wrllrarn Brll Spahr A yunror and hurdle man vtrll be back next year and should vrrn the county meet hurdles thrs year rs well as next Jo n Johnny Getz' Our shotput man rs tryrrrg hrs lucl as a runror and can be proud of hrs drstance throw Jesse Jess Vlrr elman Also 1 junror rnd pole raulter rs expected to make a nanrt for hrmself thrs year as vrtll as next Dean Hauter A mrddle drstance runner and hrgh yumper that vyrll be back next year to carry on hrs good work Robert Bob Strubhar A ophornore track squad by fakrng on the burden of runnrng the mrle and half mrle Floyd l-lusk Bartelmay Our fresh man contestant rs runnrng the mrle and throvyrng the drscus and should rrnproye rn hrs future years Ernest Ernre Rassr l out for track as a drscus man as yy ell as the hop step and Jump He rs expected to go far rn hrs fu ture years because he rs only a sophomore tTop of pagej Robert Strubhar Dean Hauter Rav Yentes CCenterJ Brll Spahr Yale M1ll6I Lowell Wuthrrch tBottomJ Floyd Bartelmay Ernest Rassr Bob Brecher' P ge F fty fou .-.l--T H 4 ---1 h r. 4 U A V. , Q x " I YW ' - I - y ' -s V s s X. V U ' 'J , 7, ' . Y . ' . . . . Y, P .. .. ik . - N A V . V g I ' , 4, Q. Q ' T 5 COUUYY- is trying to gain a regular' position on the Y' ' fs ' t ' v H H It k . " " ' , 7. , Q . v . V l Y Y V . Y. V I 7 I 1 ' V . '1 R7 1 y ' . 7 'Y ' Y Y B I ' I 2 W QQWGVZ1 'S Page Fifty live f' . f 'T ,ff 4:53 ' , I WS" if - 1' 4 ' 1 'W . - 1 E 1941 CAULDR Baseball Coach lwequat s baseball mne yy aund ll W the season the second strught yen by Wm nmg elght and losmg none T l e boys on th1s years team vyere not the best h1tte1 anc pltclers but la d 1 lot of f1ght and s 1r1l s 1 resul the team md co1c1 x ere mutreleel 1 hand ome IFOHJX RlCl13fd Do? Dlemer R e 1 1 en 10 llll year and co captam ot the Ie Tl w1ll be m1s ed greatly next year for h1s grett defensue play and cons1stent llllllllg Ray Butch Yentes R 1 semor er wnll al o be lost by graduat1on Yale Curly M1ller A semor who made good h1s f1rst year IU the outf1eld yy 1ll also be lost by graduat1on Robert Bob Brecher rl he other sen mor o11 the squad W1ll be m1ssed greatly next year fo1 h1s batt111g power and f1eld1ng ab1l 1 1 ham B1ll Spahr A 1un1or W1ll le back next year to CTIYY on wllh h1s good lLlCllHQ and pltehlng Jesse Jess Muselman Thef1rst base man and a yunlor vull be bacl to help the te1m next year Kenneth Ken Woerner llllld bas man may Le lost to the team by IUOXIDU to Wasl1111gton and he wlll be IT1lSSCel greatly 11 he changes schools Eldon Fanme Bauman Second baseman wlll Le back next year to play l'llq u ual good brand of ball Robert Bob Strubhar The on1y ophomore on the team w1ll be bacl next year to help f1ll the outf1eld agam Page Flfty sux Floyd l-lusk Bartelmay A freshman IS startmg hlS career by talemg OXQI the catch1ng duty and yy1ll be back for years to come Robert Bob l.1sele A yumor md 1 subsulute vslll be baele to take oxer X regu l1rl1rst strlng berth Carl Sonny Klkgltf Another sub st1tute yy1ll be back to try h1s lucle as a f1r t slrmget next yeal lie butmq ayeraqe of Ille team lor the etson ol l9-+0 ua 01 T1e 1nd1y1dual battlng ayeraoe of the lettermen are as folloyys Yentes WOO Splhr 448 Blrtelmay 796 Breeher 216 X ller 6 DILIULF 779 'Xluselman 259 Strubhar 738 Bauman 222 Woerner 700 ljllelalng l1LkOlLlS Wo11 Lost R '1 entes X171 1r Vlrs llatcher ou neyer talee any good 1dy1ee Mr Hatcl er old Illlllel stlll lNo If l d1d you d be an Haye you forgotten that Brnle Rass1 IllClxE.l you oyye me, Ton Zobrlst Not yet but g1ye me t1me --- T H O N l- V AA 'll 7 3 ' 7 7' YD 1 ' 1 1 e e e , 1 xl 1 1 Ib' fuk - 1 ' - " ' i , - ' L e 1 . 1 I '1 lx 14 yu 1 uk ' --S 4 A' 'H "K 7 1 - l ' 1 1 a 1 4 1 A , ' ' 3 V 7 .p . A. 1 A l, n 1 . l ' f VFX. f. ' 1 . ' gl .I1 x L - U L X , 3 - Y . ' 212.76 '. - 1. A 1 ' 1 ' - 1'l, 1 se - 'r 'S 'x - ' S ear 11' ' 1 I 3 I 75 I X I . O R 'H 1 .' ' I ' 'K 1 JY- L -f - l'1.e 1 . and co-captaln of the team as well as pnch- i 1 ' k , 1 - ' , la 1 ' 1 ' .- R 1. 1 ' j an vv ' X ' Y . . 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 '1 1' Y. .li 1 .26 1 "1 l 7 ' R W 3 .-' I I ' I A 1 3 y jr , . .x , ,, , ,- R. .- 'ty. E. . . . 1 . . , K. 3 5 .- W1 " - K ,, 1- f H .' ' '. ' ' ' ' " ' I L K Y' C l 1 . 73 F if if ir if 0 1 L - B. 5' tl 3 O 1' LeL' -1 1 1 -' "'T?i . L ,' . ty 1 L v'- . - T ' v ' 1. -Bn 3 'I ,A ' - 1 ' N1 1 11 y ' sg . 1 .3 I -T V3 Y AA ll 1 17 I fi Y YD A 5 ' Q A1 A T 1 V I r E 1941 CAULDR Baseball The Morton Hlgh Potters led by then coach Mr Jacquat were successful ln the Corn Belt League by endlng the season wrth a clean slate of elght Wms and no defeats The boys always played good ball and had much splrlt Whlch was usually needed wxn from lts opponents such as Green Val lty who had a good team Nlacltlnaw was probably the toughest opponent of the seas on after a hard flght the Potters came out 1Stand1ng left to rrghtj Asst Mgr Chmk Wanner Bob Strubhar Bob EIS ele Ray Yentes Bob Brecher .Jesse Musel man Carl Kerster Mgr Solly Ackerman Coach Jacquat 1Seated left to rrghtj Rrchard Dlemer Eldon Bauman Yale Mrller B111 Spahr 1-lusk Bartelmay Kenny Woxner The team Wrll not carry on lts Work ln the sprmg due to track but w1l1 have a full schedule ln the fall of 1941 only to be wxthout Ray Yentes Rnchard Dremer Robert Brecher and Yale Mrller all f whom are graduatrng They may lose lxenneth NVoerner also srnce he rs movmg to Washlngton Coach My dear 1 really don t belnexe you can ever teach that dog to obey vou remember how obstrnate you were when we were flrst marrled Bob Ersele 1 my frnend am a self made man Kenny Worner 1-low badly you must feel about bemg xnterrupted before you had completed the Job 1 Page F lty seve -1 T H O N - , V O . , . . . . . . to i on top with 3 gcgre of 1 fo 0, Mrs. Jacquat - Nonsense, darling. Just T 1 1 i - n Athletlc Autographs FE!-NCI FIUIJQXQJES Ili! 1 X' A X Vx " ' gy! N , Q J A EJ -l-THE 1941 CAULDRON-l Added equtpmcnt of thls year has made our school one of the very fxnest Our new Home ECOHOITIICS Department IS really somethmg to be proud of The wall was taken out between the old cools mg room and the clothlng room and midt lnto one btg room Then thts room was completely done over and all new equlp ment was purchased for lf New whtte stoves slnlxs and work tables are arranged around thc room wlth llttle whtte tables and chatrs nn the center The gurls are proud of thts department and do thetr best to keep lf spotless New books have been added from t1me to tlme to our already func ltbrary We recently obtalned a new set of reference books and they are really grand The typlng classes were greatly pleased wlth the new typewrxters just purchased Everyone really enjoys class now Page Slxty one 1 1 l 4 3 V . . . D 1 1 ' ' s f- 1 -, x t , , 1 , . 4 . . V s 1-' , s s . Page S tyt E 1941 CAULDR Day By Day September 3 Thmgs started off wlth a bang Class meetlngs were held today for electrng of flcers and advrsers What a gang of Freshmen September 4 Freshmen were rmtrated today Tht water fountaun rn front of the school sure ly served lts purpose today Why Well ask someone who knows September 5 Students who decrded they would lrlxe to do a lrttle croonlng met wr h Xlrss Brown Everyone had better do hrs tot ton shoppxng early September 6 Semors vuth the help of several pre cedrng classes purchased a talkre move machue Everyone IS hoprng for a lot ot assemblles for enjoyrng the moves September 9 We drdnt have to wart long for the opportunrty of seerng a movre The frrst out of classes September 10 We played baseball at Tremont We won of course September ll Senrors elected Cauldron Staff and sel ected the class play Senlors also had a wrt ner roast and they experrenced some excrtrng moments what wrth a runaway car and th toad rn Brecher s sweater September l2 Sophomores had a wlener roast and boy were the wreners consumed Two Fon Zobrrst led by a doLen WQEHICS for bemg champxon weenre eater September l3 We played Delavan here We had another 'uccemblv t0 elorf Athlgtur Assn nffrrers These assemblres are really gettmg popular Jumors had a Socral Hour September 16 Freshmen had a w1ener roast no casual tres or fatalrtres have been reported so far but there st1ll IS trme for some late reports Cauldron Staff elected assocrates September 17 We played Mackmaw Wow what a -l- T H O N -i . 1 l I I A 3 Y 1 I v A J 3 l , . , ' t . . ' Y' 1- 1 I I I I7 YA! . Y . . , V. movie was shown today. More fun to get ' e . V -p ' I ' T"' ' "' " 'AVI ' ' """"J y . x ' . lv V ix -wo V E 19 game September 18 Jumors had a wrener roast Say they really go 1n for wlener roasts around these parts September 19 Semor Class play try outs Boy those semors really have got some talent' WJ September 20 Semor Class play cast announced The Jumors sponsored a photographer who took DICIUYCS of mdxvlduals who wlshed them Jumors you are takmg an awful rlsk September 23 Junlors began work on the Phllosopher Mr lVlclVl1nn says he has about perfected a remedy to make those Pek1n boys qult bothermg the glrls while they are workmg on the Philosopher September 24 Senlors looked at plctures Oscar Bau man a former classmate was mstantly k1lled1n an accldent last nlght Entxre class plans to attend funelal September 25 ls MISS Stewart havmg trouble wlth the sophomores? September 26 Craft Studlo as the place where they w1ll do the blrdle watch1ng and breakmg the cameras September 27 School was dlsmlssed ln the afternoon so that the students and faculty mlght at tend the funeral of Oscar Bauman Septembel 30 Junxors looked at class rm s Some of them are quite anxmous to get thelr rlng Lecause they have already promnsed them to a certann someone October I A group of glrls and Mlss Waldorf went l3OXKllI1g Thxs rs the flrst tlme the glrls have gone this season Many new begm ners have started thls year October 2 Those who had thelr pictures taken last week recelved the results As yet the Junlors have recelved no b1ll for repaxrmg a camera but they still have thenr fmgers crossed CAULDRON Page S xty th il T H 4 1 - . YYY ' ' Y Seniors have voted on the Camera . ' . I U. . ' 4 . KJ 4 . s V . . . . . . ' l ' 1 j . T E 1941 CAULDR N October 3 Jumors looked at mole class rxngs X photographer from the Camera Craft took some p1ctures for the Cauldron October 4 Jumors yoted on class r1ngs lt wont be long novy Certaxn Someone before yoa vylll get If on your thxrd flnger left hand October 7 lu hmen decrded to sponsor a skat mg party Heres some sound adyxce Take plenty of plllovys and paddtng along October 8 Morton played baseball at Green Valley and boy we were really snttlng on needles and pms Thls was the last and decldxng game of the season October 9 Why rs exeryone walklng around w1th hls no es stuck rn a book Has every body turned bookworm lmpossmble 1 1ust learned that If IS the eagerly looked foryy ard to sn. weeks exams O tober 10 19 now here rn the person of Carl Kelser and he IS makmg qulte a hlt among he gurls A man spoke before the assembly to day on the subject of Alcohol and Its lzf fect on the Human Body October ll Verdlct day Why yerdlct day? Well thls lS the day the teacher flnds out just what you know and dont know Ihc moral 15 Learn all your lesson and know vshat lf IS about October 14 Plng Clyde Bruell just shot a paper wad Xl1ss Stewatt scolded Clyde for shootlng xt and he told her that he dldnt know hrs rubber band was loaded October 15 Some of the gxrls have asked the pm boys to set the p1ns 1n the gutter 111stead of thc alley More strlkes to vou Q1rls October 16 Very ql1lCl wlthln the walls of M la H S After the flrst hectlc sux weeks everyone rs settlmg IHEO the routlne October 16 Assembly today It was a grand oppor tumty for lettlng off steam ln the form of popular tunes d1tt1es and yells 0 -- V' . . Y V. . . . 2.3 ' . 1 I Y. ' Y' ' ' ' 7 l V. , Y ' VY Y Y I . X C l Q I V r 4 . r , A ? 7- , 3 ' V Juliet, cease looking for your Romeo. He . ' ' ' ' L ,, I . . . , . E 1941 CAULDR October 18 Some are 3IlX1Ol1SlY rushmg home shovy thenr report cards whlle others are lust golng then' ayerage rate Stlll others are rather reluctant m showlng papa and mama then report cards Octobtr Zl Absolutely no vxeather at all today October ZZ Glrls who hayc been gomg bowlnng haye heard ll rumored that the pm boys haye consented to the request of scttlng the pms ln the gutters 'io a lot of perfect scores are bemg ant1c1pated October 23 The song I ye Got Englne Trams and XVh1stles On My 'Vlmd Woo oo o maklng the rounds at the present ttme It seems to be the only song we thtnk of to slng now October 24 Lost Mlldred Getz s fountam pen Stop your searchlng everyone the lost has been found It seems that one of the boys ln the physlc class has stlcky flngers October 27 Senxors gaye the1r play It was a blg suc cess espectally the mcldent of the marsh mallow strung on a strmg and the contest to see who could reach the marshmallow ftrst or vyas xt a contest? October 28 It was a qutet day at M T H 9 out slde of a ftw lost math physlcs Latxn and Engllsh books October 29 We had an assembly to elect Chcerlead ers Marg Tlny and Gwen were the unam mous vrctors Anothe1 one of those chances to see what krnd of a Job we could do ln ralsmg the roof October 30 Semors had a class Hallowe en Party A grand t1me was had by all Mam attractton of the eyenmg was our owr Hula Huh dancer Ksther Rae Gerber W1lbah hoyy d1d you learn to play XVlllli so well O tober 31 County Teachers Instttute and of course no school Novtmbtr 4 Ray Solensen IS back ln Engllsh class after a two weeks vacatlon eS tyf .'1'H QN to 7 . . . . . V . 1 t 1 C v s v .. Y . . Y I V V v X . . 4 L . ,. . . . V . . ., . l T - - , IS V . . , . , . 1 S X O - X . . . . 7 . . . . c. - . 5 O 7. . ' ' L - .t L . A - Q V V ' V44 . 'v , K' c 1 s , . s - ix - Page Snxty sux THE 1941 CAULDR N November 5 Nl1ss Brown asked one of her puprls to spell stralght The puprl spelled 1t cor rectly and then Mlss Brown asked hrm what lf meant and he answered W1thout soda November 6 lt was suggested 1n solld Geometry class that whoever received Esther Rae s name Ill the Chrlstmas Exchange drawlng should get her an alarm clock so that she w1ll be able to get to class on tlme after that November 7 Clyde Bruell doesn t belleve m wastmg tlme When one of the teachers tells Clyde to get busy he quretly obeys and engages hxmself 1n making more ammumtron for h rubber band November 8 The Freshmen are sponsoring a skatmg party They had better remforce the floor of the skatmg rlnk before thls gang comes or they may fmd some holes rn their floor Basketball practlce tonrght November ll No school today because lf IS Armrstlce Day November 12 It seems that chorus let out early today but Mrss Brown sard No someone honk ed a horn outside and all that was left were the boys November 13 A qulet and dreary day at M T H S outslde of a few paper wads and a norsy jug November 14 Several Freshmen boys have the pleasure of keepmg company Wllh Mrss Brown at 3 15 Sxx hours of school IS not enough November 15 Camera Club sponsored a soclal hour One of the h1gh llghts of the evenmg was a boxmg match between Marshall Srmmons and Husk Bartelmay Srmmons won by a rlght hook to the jaw November 18 Everyone rs drearsmg about Th nk gn mg dmner after the samples Sunday November 19 Girls IH the OfflC2 are be1ng overworked Money from all orgamzatlons rs pourmg m fast November 20 Long week end ahead for teachers and students ' sf .: X.. . f . . ,. Q A 1 ,, . ,, , . - rl - H ,1 , ' ' , .a ln . , , 1 , . . . v Q ,S Y - , . , H - Y Y - sf e . J Y , , . . . 'e " ' 11 3 S " 'az' ' ' E 1941 CAULDR November 21 22 Thanksgiving vacation Yippee N school November 25 Geraldine Krug IS in the hospital with appendicitls Everyone is wishing t e Geraldine well soon November 26 Doris Dietrich was operated on today for appendicitis What IS this an epidemic? November 27 The girls had a card shower on Geraldine and Dor1s We hope they will be back with us soon November 28 A close game with Pekin Although we lost everyone felt good November 29 G A A had a party to celebrate after the successful cookie sale Ice cream and cake was enjoyed by all December 2 ning the game at Stanford tomorrow 1 fact too confident December 3 The team went to Stanford lost a basket ball game and kicked in some lockers December 4 The Wesleyan uartet entertained us by smgtng several numbers It seems that one of our Freshmen Maxine Brandt to be exact has fallen for the blonde tenor in the uartet December 5 The basketball team is finding out wh t it s l1ke to go hungry Broken lockers cost money and the funds are taken from th ir lunch money December 6 Aimington played here Of course we won The largest profits ever made in the history of M T H S at a basketball game was made ton1ght The profit w s a whole twenty cents December 9 Gwen Cartus IS going aroung with tears in those big beautlful brown eyes of hers Dut told her there was no Santa Claus Now she wishes that Butch would come down the chimney December 10 The third hour Semor English class en loyed a snow ball fight between Yahooty and Hammer in class today December ll Seniors recened their pictures They all seem to be busy exchanging memos and autographing them December 12 Operetta was postponed because of the illness of one of the cast December 13 Eriday the thnteenth seems to be an un ucyday for M 'I H S Our we liked science teacher Mr Rupprecht leaving us today to join the air corps of the Navy We drew names for the Christmas exchange December 16 Robert Hoyt is the new science teacher fveryone is looking him over today December 17 Due to icy roads bowling has been called off December 18 Pep meeting today gave the students 1 several yells and singlng the loyalty W played Hopedale and won December 19 Dor1s Z has a dreamy look in her ey today The reason is SIX boys left for Florida today and Bob was with tnem December 20 January 6 Christmas vacation Morton played m the Wash1ngton Invitational Tournament at Washington during the holidays January 7 East Peoria played basketball here The girls went bowling and Wlarg Allenspach poodled Think of that January 8 The movie Golgotha w presented and enjoyed by all The students wish the board would either buy lounge chairs ot cushions for the folding chairs January 9 Movie about Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address was shown today in the assembly The students made use of this time to let off some steam January 10 Birdie made the mistake of trying to cheer at the Mackinaw game tonight Burdell is formerly from there January 13 January 14 Pract1ce for the Social Science Club Broadcast Unknown talent IS being brought forth Page S xty save - TEH O N 1-l ' ' ' ' . ' 1 o ' " ' ' , x ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' o see ' 1 f , i I ' v ' 1 '- x - ' ' ' . ' ' , ' ' 1 k . '. . . rll , s , , , , u , y is , J X I I D L ' E l ' I 3 5 K. Everyone seems very confident of win- swell chance to let off steam by yelling . n . 3 . e I o , Q , -' ' . ' e . x - 1. . . . . A A . . 1 . , . , Y . , . e' . V " " as . ' l I , B I 'D 4 ' 3 ' . o . g . a . . i - n T E 1941 CAULDR N January 15 January 16 Dld you ryer sre so many bookwotms No vtondrr Srmrstrr rxamrnatlous January 17 SOLIJ1 SLILHQL Club Broadcast lt vyas 1 blg succrss January 20 Nrvk Semestrr It 11 be just as long as thr flrst January 21 Our boys play at Washmgton to nlght Thr gtrls who go bowllng hayr bern lrt down lhr ptn boys havr drctdrd aglmst srttmg thr ptns tn thr guttrr January 22 ar ebtpresston Y ah lll rl1 gomg thr rounds January 23 Photographer from the Camera Craft Studlo took plcturrs of the Cauldron Staff a C1 A A Lo and Behold Tar Cauldron Staff brokr a rulr of an old tra dltron lhry had thrtr ptcturr takrn vytth out that mystrrrous objrct thr typryy rltrr brmg thc crntrr of attractton Why rs eyeryone walkmg around vsxth long faces Oh 1 undrtstand Rrport cards wrre gtyrn out today Mmurr playrd hrrr to ntght January 27 T e fayorltr reply to Yeah 111 ell n 1 ll ask January 28 31 County Tournamrnt at Mrnxer Hurray Vvlr won ftrst placr agam makmg tt twtrr m succrsslon Februaly 3 We took the afternoon off to celebrate thr yytnmng of the County Tournament The afternoon mcluded a parade bonfxrr prrsentatlon of thr trophy sperches by the tram and the tram managrrs and a show 1 um and Abner February 5 The song Brer Brrr for Jld Morton 1-hgh Brlng on thr Cocl talls Ermg on the Ryr rtc rrms to br gaunng populartty fast February 6 Cveorgene wondered how ltpstlck would look on a man Shr ftnally recrtved thr prrmtss1on from onr of the tewchrts to try If on hlm Hr rrally looked cute Page S1 ty e ght February 7 Washmgton play ed basketball hrrr Wr won Allcr that tomahayyk IS dangrrous Who arr you laymg for? Frbruary 10 M1ss Stewart asked Bob Brrchrr to ttkr t e sentrncr 1 saw the gtrl cllmb r frurr and state how many Is hr yyoull usr Bob replted Both of tnem February 1 1 Xlacklnaw played baskrtball vytth our bo herr Thr gttls had thr gym att 1 srhool at whlch tlmr thry playrd Daskr ball Mtss Waldorf had a tcrrlblr ll1L lrrpmg thr boys out of Ihr gym vyhrn thr glrls vyerr playlng basketball February 12 Many of the students sktpped chool o see Gonr Wrth thr Wxnd Everyonr sremed to hayr a grand tlmr M T H S dtdnt seem ltke the samr old placr Wlth so many gonr Frbruary 13 saymg that thetr l1ttlr datltng had prrmts slon to go see Cuonr wtth thr Wlnd February 14 Green Vallry playrd baskr ball yytth our boys here Another pep mertmg to sre how loud we could yell February 17 Slncr the tournamrnt IS over We turn out attrntlon to rrgular srhedulrd gamrs and tt srrms that wr play at Drrt Crrrk today Thr gxrls wrnt bowllng today February 18 Tremont our old rtval was our guest tomght tn a game of baskrtball T remont was not consldered dangrrous though and a tr1umph was easy Frbruary 19 Srr lilranor Yanchtck for doughnuts thratrr ttckets Phzlosophcr Ads and bxsk t ball ttckrts tor the Crntral gamr Frbruary 20 Mr Lrnnoyc a rrpresentattvr from Mar Murray College spoke to seyeral Semor glrls about thr college February 21 Thosr Morton Potters are strll gomg strong what wtth 1 game at Delayan to nlght y 1 ' 1 sl 1 1 ' I ' , V ' I y . I D . 7 1. - - - f h X R the 3 7 I , ' A 1 -1' v 'A 1 v L I v - A I vv y . A 1 ' r ' vs ' 1 11 A ' Y A 1 V' A y 'T 1 ' v , 1 ' 1 yt' - YQ 1 1 I-A 1 7 1 ' C. -1 I , 3 I v I y 5 " I A 1 BV 1 IL, , 1' 1 ' 1 IH1 T1 ' ' Q 'A "e ' t' him" is 4" ' r ' ' ' ' ' A 1 . yi 7 1 I ' ' 5 t ' 1 H . . H 3 3 . T' Y nd . . . . 1' , ,, , . . . .r. I 1 - . y 1 1 k 1 'A A I T 11 1' I 1 1 7' , Y l .3 5 Y D V I X . .' ' 1 r ' m Mimi ur 13.1 Januaryy 24 lpast rall for rxrusrs tro ' r . r F.y Y 7 L I f 1 y xl v , K 1 1 . v A . .1 1 V1 1 y1 1 1 , ' 11 1 wi fl 1 3 I D h f ' 1 f " . , ' t ' I. ., . ,, . ,,, 111 IS her: 1 ' ' v' 1 I ' .T , A At' 1 A 1 ' ' I ' '11 U A' A 7 jx' T ml 1 I 1 . , l 5 . ' . 7 1 . . ' ' , ' s , , Q . f 1 - ' 1 1 ' I 7 1 .. 11 xx A , ' A - . . ., ' 3 1 , A .' A . r t' Y H 1 11 f 4 ' A Tx 1 '. , , 1 1' 'V q11 - 1 1 ' ' y 1 1 I 1 '- ., - . ., . , t . 1 s ' 1 I 1 3 3 ' . I 1 ' I 1 V 1- y 'l It v , 4 x XL V Q Q 'x -5 E 1 February 24 Another one of those blue Nlondays and thrs one rs really blue Why blue Well tbr week rs the week for those lovely srx yy eeks exams February 25 Fveryone attendrng the East Peorra game xx as srrtrng on needles and prns Due to a basket made by Johnnre Getz at the very end Morton came out on top agarn February 26 The Manual team had the terrrble mr fortune of losrng therr star man rn a freak rsh accrdent last nrght Everyone mourr hrs death February Z7 Central wrll play agarnst our team rn stead of Manual for the band benefrt game February 28 Mr Roberto de la Rosa ho rs on r good wrll tour sponsored by the Rotary Club sraoke before the assembly He wa yery well recerved March 3 Tom Bradley rs qurte busv these days The reason? He rs tryrng to frnd out how to keep hrs car from runnrng out of gas Well Tom rf you drscover somethrng new let the rest of us know March 4 The grrls are strll talkrrrg about our Merc Uarch 4 Regronal Tournament rs on thrs week March 6 The Senrors are rnvrted to Knox Colleg Cralesburg to attend a play Saturday March 7 Esther Rae Gerber Alma Bartelmav and Jean Vrsserrnv went to Bradley College last Saturday and trred for the scholarshrps grven by that College Thev are anxrously awartrng the results March l0 Everyone who saw the play at Knox College Saturday enyoyed rt rmmensely March ll Mrs Wood had several meetrngs durrnra the two days she was here wrth both stu dents and parents She was sponsored thrs year by the Home Bureau Nlarch ll The operetta cast was drvrded rnto two srdes for a trcket sale Thrs evenrng the CAULDRON losrng srde gave a party for the wrnners I rs rumored that drop the hankre was the marn game play ed durrng the evenrng March l4 Teacher s lnstrtute And agarn no school whrch caused no end of tears March 17 Too cbrlly Sam put more coal rn that toker March I8 Assembly at l OO p m Mackrnaw Val ley League trophy was presented March 19 Ray Yentes came to school wearrng a t Boy drd he get teased March 20 No less than la enror boys came to chool vyrth suspenders rolled sleeves and of all thrngs bow tresl March Zl Boys went to Champargn to ee State Tournament Xlarch 24 urte a drsagreement on rnvrtatrons amongst the Senrors March 25 The grrls went bowlrng today Xlore balls down the gutter March Z6 Anyone knowrng of someone who hrs wrth the frfth hour typrng class They are the market for some March Z8 Freshmen sponsored a socral hour E eryone had a grand trme March 'Sl o hum I e ms a lar e number r Vl Fl H S tudents have become vrctrms of sprrng fever Aprrl l Bowlrng vs as called off due to rey roads Aprrl fool Aprrl 2 Those Aprrl showers that brrng May flowers haye an early start It rarned prtch forks and nrgger babres today Aprrl 3 Senrors ordered rnvrtatrons cards today They were also measured for eaps and gown lCOnt1nued on Fa e O53 Pa e S ty and name ---1- T H 9 4 I ll ' ' ' . t 1 ' " . 2 ' f ' ' ' 'Q l 1 . 1 V . YL. el I . I . L . V 4 , ' , - V ' 1 1 , I F , - -, . 1 , . . ' e - ,- ' ' . ' . as . ' . C H L ie. , ' . . A ' st 2 e ' s ' e T fl L ' 3 1 X 1 I :- r . 15 ' Y ' . Y . .y . . N . U 7, A 1 'ffm fflcnd who talked t0 US the Other d3Y- errorless typewriters for sale. get in touch . A . x A I L L . F L I ' ' nl . f - ' rn - . , L 1 e . ' ' e, , ., A ,vb C 1 X 1 o s 7 ' 5 I . . ,A - - ' L L "L , H- f tf'e vtf 1 A . A I 7 , L I . eu 4 A I ,Le X E T L - ' v , C L C , I ' I V . . . X en e e kv I . I K 0 . 1 V 1 L x 1 ' ' ' Se 5. . . . . t . . 2 . gy 1 g ix -nnrre l-THE 1941 C!'xULDRONl-- CTop th1s pagel VIEW of the front entrance and part of the school s two year old add1t1on Rooms whose w1n dows are shovsn 1n thls plcture are fupper floor l to r J Soclal SCISHCG and Commerclal CLower floor l to rl SCI ence Laboratory and L1b1 ary tBottom thxs pagel The gymnaslum sltuated Just beh1nd tle four room shown 1n the top plcture Many VISI1 mg teams have met defeat on th1s floor A few have galned vlctory fOppos1te page topj Mr Corlell pre Q1d6S over the Study Hal' ln the or1g P g S ty mal bu1ld1ng Decorat1o WH on the llght f1xtures were 1n I'6COg1'l1tlOll of Armxs t1ce Day COppos1te page 2nd pxcturel The SCIGUCQ I ab wxth senlor physlcs clas In SGSQIOH Teacher Mr Rupprecht COppos1te pag 3rd p cturel Tvpmg class III MISS VVVIAIQQIGI Commerclal dlrector lnspects work of hdd1e Wan ner They are tvpmg to IYIUQIC thls year a new ldea lncorpwrated by M1ss Wheeler tOppos1te page bottom! School l1b rary the scene of much 1esea1ch ana. study U1 for all classes I . . i . . . . X 1 . , . , L., I , y u - ' ' Y ' ' ' .- n ' ' ' ' c , - Q y . . . I . . ! ' 7 , . . 4 ., . S . .- . . i. . , . . -t . , , . . . Q . A : - Q . X 1 F K 1 . . s ' . - 1' - . , , . 1 - ' 1 . . V 1 . 1 S , I Q . . . . . ' . 'V' - , .t . . ' ' ' ' 4-, ' - ' V1 - 1 1 ' ' I . 1 . . . . , r ' 7 ' - 4 1 1 ' . - - 9 L V 1, ' . f . a e even ' ' E 191'-ICISULDR THE 1941 CAULDR N Class Hlslory Just four years ago forty four bashful boys and glrls slowly but proudly sl1pped lnto Morton Townshlp H1gh school This was the begrnnxng of four years 6dUC3I1011 m1Xed w1th troubles and good tlmes Our class numbered shghtly less than the freshmen of the year before but we stood for our r1ghts regardless We had heard tales that pranks were pulled on the freshmen but we boldly stat ed that we vsould stand up and fxght agalnst our so called super1ors but consequently vse took our punlshment and d1d we look s1lly The glrls looked as 1f they were two year olds wlth thelr short dresses and pxgtalls The boys looked as nf they belonged to Tom Sawyers gang w1th rolled up pants legs and no shlrts Well we lxved through thts day but we vs ere xery glad to get back to our After all the fuss and bother of the f1r t few days we began to wonder what we weme goxng to do about class off1cers and advlsor With the ald of Mr Corlell we elected Hen ry Rapp Pres1dent Alma Bartelmay Vlce Presxdent Oscar Bauman Secretary and Treasurer and Mr Jacquat a new teacher in our school our class advlsor Durlng thls year we had welner roasts whlch prosed to be very successful events Our method of maklng money was the sponsormg of soclal hours and w1th the help of our able adylsor Nlr Jacquat they turn out to be very xnterestmg and successful projects The boys entered rn all types of sports ln cludmg basketball baseball and track We had members ln chorus and band also We entered our second year of hlgh school a llttle more yslser and bolder Our class lost and galned members maklng a total of forty three We lost Crandall Huser and IH December a new member Ahce Com stock Jonned our class Our class assembled afte1 a few days of school and elected 1ts rulers who were Ray Page Se enlyt o mondB1nkele Presldent Donald Getz VICL Presxdent and Yale Mlller Secretary Trea surer The class advlsor was st1ll our faxth ful Coach Jacquat Our class was represented 1n all of the socxal affalrs of the school Durmg thxs year we had a Halloween Party at the CIVIC buxldxng for our class only Prtzes were g1ven to the best dressed and vshat a var1ety of costumes Our debts were pald by soclal hours pre sented by our class Our th1rd and most d1ff1cult year found our class number1ng forty two To our lost and found columns we added lost Irene Blgger Oscar Bauman Melvln Roth Ca therlne Pfexfer and Henry Rapp Found Wanda R1ch and Marvm Cook Hurrah for the glrls We rule the class thus year wrth Thelma Henderson Presl dent Gwen Carlus V1cePres1dent and 'Vlargaret Allenspach Secretary Treasurer For the thlrd consecutlye year vse chose Coach Jacquat as our advlsor The Ph1losopher staff was chosen one for each semester The f1rst semester he ed1tor was Ray Blnkele and the second semester the ed1tor was Loux e Fort Wlth the help of Mr Jacquat and Mr McM1nn we put out a very good paper iso our readers sald l Thus gave the class an ldea vyho woull be good workers for the Cauldron the fol lowmg year Durmg thls year the class gave a very successful soclal hour the mam attractmon belng our rmpersonatlon of the facufty members Tom Bradley took all honors with hls rmpersonatlon of Mr Comlell After a very heated dlscusslon on what play we were to present Tempest and Sunshlne was chosen The characters of the play had to use a southern accent There was a very able cast chosen and the play was a huge success We worked very hard on a banquet for the senlors and were well rewarded by the compllments of the sen1o1s The honor of puttlng on the best banquet 1n the hlstory I ' , 1 . 1 ' A, ,, v , ' s . Y . , ' v . '- V - - ' . . . - Q , I I- - V ' ' ' D v v ' 9' . , ' ' ' 1 O Q r ' ' 1 . Y V '- ' ' ' 1 , Y- . own usual garbs. Y ' H - s , . . , , t 1 . - ' ' ' , f . I . s . e Y Y. - , . ' 45 , . . v - Y - V 'W THE 194 of the h1gh school was g1ven us The de coratlons took t1me and energy but they proved to be very attractxve Our Jumor year ended wxth our helplng the senlors w1th thelr Commencement Ex erclses In our esttmatlon our last and buslest year came about too suddenly The class lost Ruth Augsburger to East Peorna and Weldon Staker to Pektn Hlgh School We took ln new members 1nclud1ng June Koch Allce Lockhart and Jean V1sser1ng The electlng of class offlcers was not to be a rush order because they have very re spons1ble posxttons Those elected were Yale Nl1ller Presxdent Donald Getz Vlce Presldent and Ray Yentes Secretary Trea surer For our fourth and fmal year we agaln cho e Coach Jacquat as our advlsor maklng our class the only class to have the advtsor for the durat1on of our hrgh school years Ihe Cauldron staff W s chosen and work was begun xmmedlately The senxor play Lrttle Gerald1ne was g1ven October Z5 1940 Tlse cast was well chosen by the dlrector Iloren e G Stewart and agaln the class play was success Our class w1ll remember one welner roast whnch occurred durlng thls year Durmg the event Tom Bradley s car drlven by Ya hooty las far as we knowj slowly crept down the htll at the t1mber Tom who s ha1r was standlng on end ran after II only to see 1t was stopped by the emergency brake Yahooty put lnto use Ihe senlors thought they would lose part of the class once durlng the year be cause of a walkout whxch occurred at the end of the baseball season After a few apologmes howexer they were admltted back unto school In the spung the senlors were busy wxth graduatlon dutles and consequently were llowed a week of relaxatlon before gradua UOI1 All of thrs ended the very busy happy years we spent 1n Morton Townshrp I-hgh School Louzse Fort Ella Marte Stzeglztz Dons Zobrzst ICAULDRON Semor Class Wlll Frrst We bequeath to the faculty the suprlslng mformtlon shown on our 1ntel llgence papers wrrtten as freshmen Second Flo the Jumors we leave our name and dtgnlty also the drag we have wxth the faculty Flhxrd To the sophomores we bequeath our knowledge You wlll have no other want Fourth We leave to the freshmen the ambltlon to become a class such as ours Flfth We as 1nd1v1dual members make the followmg bequests I Walter NlcConkey leave my donkey characterxstxcs to Marshal Slmmons We Wayne Tuffentsamer and Raymond Sorenson leave our graceful stxldes to Clyde Bruell and Carl Kleser I Albert Rlsen leave my crownmg glory to Wllllam Blankenshlp ln case hls supply of Golden Gllnt d1m1n1shes I Prancls Klester leave my broad should ers whlch have brought me great fame to Robert I-lull I Florence Roth bestow my brown W1 vy locks upon the one needmg them Mll dred Guler I Lowell Wuthrlch leave myself to any good lookxng babe 1nterested We Elllabeth Roecker and Xlxldred Getz bequeath our everyday sentlmental notes on whlch we base our eternal love to Norma Stxeglltz and Verla Gleger I Marv1n Cook bequeath my hatred for glrls upon one who 19 1n need of such Alvm Getz We Betty Bone and Emma Woernet lsxnce the way to a man s heart IS thlough hrs stomachj leave our cookmg ab1l1t1es to Gerry Rapp and Verelda Rocke I June Koch leave my knack of skrp Page Seventy three 1-l-. . . I I . V - - I. VV . . - 1 , V . - 1 1 I V V V ' . . V V ' " , . . . . . 4 - S ' . . . . D, , I V P . 1 ea . . 1 V . U . . V, . V V , V . A , , . V- I V 1 N . . V . . - 1 1 ' ' M . . . . V V ' , 1 1 V V V V Y - ' - V 1 . V V L ' ' ' Y 1 11 1 , 1 V V V V ' 1 ,- . ' ' 1 1 1 r ' - 1 1 , A I 1 1 y -1 1 . , f 1 1 1 1 V V V - 1 , . . I V V ' 1 3 11 . . . , . . ' V , , . :- , V V . , . . V V ' E 1941 CAULDR mng school and my streamlxne strut Ella Vlarte Bater I Yale Nllller leave my unusual abtltty for assoetattne wtth the ftlrer sex to John ny Get! I Dorts Zobrtst wtll not leaye anythtng lecause I am taktng my Bob wtth me I Bob Butcher wtll not leave anythlnv leeause I am gotng rtght along wtth Dorts I Alma Glaser leaye my romanttc tastes to C arol Strunk I Ray Jacob leaye my knaele of teasmg to Joe XV1koff I Alma Bartelmay leave my posttton tn the ofltee to Mary Strtel faelen XVe Edrth Roth and Etlten Dtemer W ll our abtllty to get along wtth each other to Martha Ellen Reulmg and Eleanor Yan chtek XX e Carolyn Grtmm and Allce Lock hart w tll our lonff w alles to school to Edltlm Get? for all I haye belongs to 1 young man tn the Nayy Atr Corps We Robert Heubach and Dantel Rast w1ll our Mutt and Jeff chatactertsttcs Rtchard Rtley and Eloyd Bartelmay I Ella Marte Sttegl1tL wll my da k leauty to Marte Euntce Grtmm I Thelma Henderson Wtll my admrr r lwtth a Butckl to Eleanor Yanchtck I Xlargaret Allenspach wtll my husky yotee to Ada Staker I Gwen Gartus wtll my ttme out be tw een classes to talk to Butch to Marte Chrtstte I Wanda Rtch wtll my surtoundlng admtrers IH the drawtng room to Betty Hager I Tom Btadley wtll my Model A to anyone mterested provlded they pay for ll trst I Esther Rae Gerber wtll my square Pge Se shoulders to Edtth Stuc y I Orytlle Ztmmerman wlll my school gtrl complexton to Chtnk Wanner I Dtck Dtemer wtll my gentle manner to Elton Getz I Melytn Ackerman wrll my populartty wlth the gals to I-Iarold Stresser I Dtck Rohlftng wlll my hatchtng abtl tty to any old hen I Don Get7 wtll my romanttc attttu le tn school to Kenny Jacob I Jean Vtssermg wtll my abtltty to take care of chlldren to my stster Carolyn who tsn t so bad now I Ray Btnkele wtll my yocabulary Erank I-Ioffer I Loutse Eort wtll my al ltty to take responstbxltty to my stster Dorts I Ray Yentes wtll my broad shoulders to Purdell I-Iall The Yen or Class ustomer Hey wattve what klnd ple IS thls apple or peach? Waltress Well what does tt taste ltle fu tomer Glue XV3lffkSS Well then thats the apple The peach tastes ltke putty A drunk who had boarded a double deck bus and stumbled up to the ton ce k came rolllnq down the statrs a mmute la er wrtn the observatton I atnt gotng to rtde up there There s nobody drtxtng 'ltftf NY1 WITPQ lfl X oup Vvell make sure I cant be bother el wtth rumols 1 1 tray That tn whtch we put ctgar ard etgare te stubs ashes burnt matches et when tl ere 1 no I oor - , 'I' H I O N ..-li-. , . . If ' I . to tx . , I I . . . - Y 1 . e , I I I , I I D l ,I I 1 I . 'I ' 1 Y' 1 ' ' - . . . ,L K A I 1 Y Y 1 l K i V I , . I I I Y I I 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 4 - . 1 is 1 1 I I 1 y 3kA , 'H X I 3 'I . I I V ,I O , . V. V . . - -x- s ' ' 1' ' ' , I g ,. . 1 K I x- x 1 1 I I , , li L I L A 5 Y L 3 , . - I 1 1 1x - - ' I I ' I ' L ' 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 . ' e ' l ' I . . A , .e I 1 ' I m 1' 1 1 1 I I ' I I 1. x 444s - 1 I-1 m I X ' V 1 sv 1 1 1 l 1 to a 4 ' " ' I - 1 1 I ' 1 'I . . . . , . . 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' , ' lf. 1 , 1 1' s C 1 s 1 s 'tg 1 I a vznty-four E 1 CAULDRON Semor Class Prophecy In the year 1955 whrle lookrng through the marl Presrdent Donald Get7 of the Consolrdated Forwardrng and Beverage Company of New York recerved letters from Danrel Rassr manager of the Chrca go Branch Walter 1VIcConkey and Robert Heubaeh managers of the Dallas Iexas and Los Angeles Calrfornra branches re spectrvely Mr Donald Getz s secretary Gwen Car rus read a letter from Danrel Rassr mana ger of the Chrcago branch The letter reads Chrcago Illrnors May 30 1955 'Vlr Don Getz Presrdent Consolrdated Forwardrng 8 Beverage Co New York New York Dear Mr Getz Our monthly reports show an rncrease of frerght and beverages over Nlay of 1954 One of our drryers Thomas Bradley was hrghjacked and the Dresel truck and trarler were completely wrecked Therefore I am purchasrng a new Sterlrng Dresel from the local dealer Rrchard Rohlfrng Drck rs rng to get hrtched rn June to Alrce Lock hart an old flame of hrs I took the new truck out for the frrst run from Chrcago to Peorra We stopped at the Betty Bones Beanery at Wrllramsfreld Ill Alma Glaser was workrng for her as head wartress I brd the ladres adreu and went on to the Yentes Chevrolet Garage rn Eureka where we refueled Rays wrfe Elrzabeth Roecleer happened to be at the garage wrth then twrn boys and I had qurte a chat We traveled on to Peorra swrtched trarl ers and came back to Chrcago The truck performed perfectly I wrll send the reports by the frrst of next month Srncerely yours Danrel Rassr Mgr Chrcago Branch Another letter taken from the stock came from Walter 1VlcConkey manager of the Dallas Texas branch It reads Dallas Texas May 29 1955 Mr Don Getz Presrdent Consolrdated Forwardrng 8 Beverage Co New York New York Dear Mr Getz We have had a lrttle trouble Wrth our help Our grease monkey qurt so I hrred a new man Yale Mrller who has had exper rence as a greaser I attended the Interstate Commerce Con ventron at Denver Colorado last Frrdav May Z5 The speaker at the conventron was Robert Brecher Secretary of Com merce I also met a reporter of the Denver Bugle Mrss Wanda Rrch After the con ventron I went to the hotel and I met See retary Robert Brecher wrth hrs wrfe the former Dorrs Zobrrst The bell boy who showed me to my room was Nlelvrn Ack erman The next mornrng the mard came up to clean my room and I was surprrsed to see rt was Florence Roth I was then to be down at the statron to take a srght seerng tour of Denver In the evenrng we attended the Black Cat nrght club and saw the famous blue s srnger Mrss Jean Vrsserrng The proprretor of the club was Ray Brnkele Wrth whom I had a frrend ly chat Ray sard The Black Cat rs easy money We then had to leave for Dalla I got qurte a few rdeas at the conventron about a new warehouse I wrll send you the plans so we may get an early start and complete rt before fall I have already sent for the burldrng permrt Respectfully yours Walter McConkey Mgr Dallas Branch The thrrd letter was from manager Rob ert I-Ieubach of the Los Angeles branch It reads Los Angeles Calrf May 28 1955 Mr Don Getz Presrdent Consolrdated Forwardrng 'Z5 Beverage New York New York P 9 S ly T H 9 4 1 l- ' , . 1 I ' ' .3 a I 1 - I I x 1 I I 1 v T ls I I T I I . . I . I . - v f n A v I Y v Y . . - - - - meet my wrfe, the former Lourse Fort, and J X T ' , ' ' . ' ' ' go- . . . ' - - s. V , 1 . . . r A Y. V . I V 4 I -1 ' 1 ' Y Co., a e even -five THE 1941 CAULDR N Dear Mr Getz I vxrsh you could have been w1th me the past few days I went to Hollywood and met the Seven Swlngsters of whnch there were three I recognwed as Thelma Hender son Margaret Allenspach and Carolyn Grxmm In the ewenxng my w1fe the former Ella lVIar1e Stleglmtz and I went to the prem1er of Allce Purdees 1Al1ee Comstockj latest plcture 'Ihe Lrfe I Lead Lowell Wuth rlch was the drrector and Ray Jacob the producer of the p1ctu1e and they were seat ed besrde us The next day we wrstted the largest dog kennel tn I-Iolly wood owned and operated by Vlarxm Cook and hrs wtfe the former Irances Krester Whale tn Hollywood we ustted the many polnts of lnterest rnclud mg the Morton Creamery a branch of the Blooksxde Creamery of Nlorton IIIIHOIS are ln partnershxp Last week Ray and Wayne had a double weddxng the brnd s benng the former lVI1ldred Cmetz and Ednth Roth Vkle then went back to Los Angeles and on the way stopped at an orange grove Here we found Rlchard Dlemer and Orvrlle Zmmmerman the owners Drck IS marrl d to the for mer Alma Bartelmay and Orv1lle IS marrxed to the former Esther Rae Cmerb r We then went on toward home and being xery hungry stopped at Red Rlsens Soc mety Cafe for a blte to eat and what a brte rt was We found Albert proprmetor and marrled to Elleen Dremer I-Ie also had two wartresses Emma Woerner and June Koch workxng for htm My bus1ness has succeeded out 1n Los Angeles and I tntend to make more money for the company rn the year to come Yours xery truly Robert Heubach Mgr Los Angeles Branch Danze! Rassz Don Getz Robert Heubach IVaIter Mcffonkey P g S tys Jumor lass Wan! Ads Lost and Found BILL SPAI-IR Lost I-Its lose for playlng sports Found Some new glrl frxends JESSE MUSSELMAN Lost The love for glrls Found 'I he tdeals of learnmg how to work as a mechamc BOB RITTI-IALER Lost I-Its thoughts for glrls Found A new way of playtng pmg pong DELIVIAS S'I AKER Lost One freshman gtrl frlend Found Another freshman gtrl frxend Lost I-Its ablllty to dance Found A new way to woo grrls CARL KEISTER Lost I-Irs great lose for geometry Found A great future baseball play er NORMA STIEGLITZ Lost I-Ier abxlxty to stay home one nlght out of the week Found I-Ier senror boy frrend whom she loves so greatly DON STRUNK Lost Hts loxe for walkmg to and from school each day found Hrs great super human strength HELEN GOODYEAR Lost I-Ier love for Tom Bradley Found I-Ier love for studres OEORGENE UEBERRHEIN Lost She does not lxke to study any more Found I-Ier love for wrecking fen ders VERELDA ROCKE Lost Wetght Pound A new boy frrend Q -l . ' : ' V. . V 3 - T . 4. - , v, - K 1 V-4-4 T 7 l 7 . '3 I 'I - 7 v. , A , V in . Y 3 I - ' 1 V. . . V . V 1 1 1 7 , ' s V ' ' , ' L , - ', V V. . . . T - , Ray Sorensen and Wayne Tuffentsamer ELTON GETZf V A I l . li W a I 'A I V I A I V 1 Q --T l - V Q V V ' 4 D V V I I le 1 1 1 a 0 . l ' l Y Y VV . I - I V 'V V ' I L V-Q . V . I . 1 I 7 1 . . V 4 -1 - , V V ' - . . a e even -' E 1 9 EII A MARIE BAIER Lost Her boy fr1end at the dance Found That same old r1de at 1 dance BURDEI L HAI I lost HIS love for Sflldylllg hard Iound HIS thoughts of all the g1rs I LDA LITWILLER Lost Job of eatchmg latecomers Found An extra study per1od C ERRY RAPP Lost Dale Yentes Found Dale Yentes fF1rst she loses h1m and then s gets h1m agamj NVALTER ZIMMERNIAN Lost HIS chances for gett1ng good grades because of love Found Some g1rls1n Fremont ED SCHMIDGALL Found More love for Jamtor worle BOB EISELE Lost H1s buddv K W Found A new g1rl 1n Tremont BOB HULL Lost HIS ab1l1ty to bowl Found Another new plpe t IS week MILDRED GULER Lost Her love for Wallemg t school every day Found A new rel1g1on DEAN HAUTER Lost HIS fa1th 1n stud1es Found All A s on h1s report card RUTH ANN ROFCKER Iost Her ab1l1ty to kxss Found A new boy frxend Name o B S MARY ROHLFINO Lost Her love for all the boys Found He1 love for gym CAULDRON JOHNNY GETZ Lost H1s g1rl Sp1ke Found New love for plpLS smce basketball ended I I DON BAUMAN Iost My love for sports Found A new way to h1tch h1ke I I OYD MII I LR Iost H1s Jblllly to get g1rls Found H15 trequeney modulat1on rad1o set DICK RAPP Lost H1 class r1ng Found A way to go steady ELLANOR H ANCHIK Lost Her boy fr1end Found Another boy fr1end ROBERT LEADER Lost HIS 32 Chevrolet Found New fad IH playxng foot ba NIARTHA ELLEN REULINO Found Ed1torsh1p of Ph1lo opher VERI A GEIGER Lost Ray Yentes Found Another guy c1lled O1Ix BET TY HAGLR Lost Her ab1l1ty to walk r1ght Iound A new way to dance KENNY WORNER Lost To the baseball team next year Found A new school fWash1ng ton FI ORENCE BIRKEY Lost Love for school Found A way to woo the boys VERNA BIRKEY Lost Her ab1l1ty to get A geometry Found A way to dr1ve that new Ford VERNA BELSLEY Lost Her love for the boys Found A way to come 1nto town mghts s v -ll T H 4 1 -l- . f ' ' ' so - - ' . ' I . ' ' ' 'T -T . . 3, 1 - 's ' . - , 2 f L ' ' he 1 ' , K ' ' ' , ll. Lost-His love for the teachers. Lost-Somgfhlngl IO do ant Highf- W- I . I . Q l 1 vi x 7 L i . 7. E. C. 1 ' I , 1 , ' h' ,- M Y' O J' I I - ' ' ' ' in f . . Pa e Seven! -seven E 19 CAULDRON RICHARD BELSLEY Lost A chance to be a farmer Found Adam La7ongas style p1tch1ng woo dogpatch way BETT Y FRANK I ost Her 11ame El11abeth Eound A new love for basketball EDNA GETZ Lost Her tr1ps to Deer Creek Found A way to have Solly talk to her between DCFIOLIS DORO FHEA GLOCK Lost That romant1c touch Eouncl All As on her report card QAM CERBER Lost H1s l1ttle 4 tube rad1o Found T1me to come to school agam ALVEN GETZ Lost H1s r1ght to grow a llIflC Eound H1s g1rl fr1end June K LUCILLE SLAGELI. Lost Her love for111ght l1fe Found A chance to take boys r1d mg IH her Chevrolet EI DORA KNOLI Lost Her boy frrend J W from k1dd1ng her EDDIE WARNER Lost Everyth1ng Found A new way to savt h1s earn1ngs LFROY TUEEENTSAMER Lost All acquamtances 1n M1n1er Found The same old ones 1n Mor ton I-IARRIE'l SCHROCK Lost Her enthus1asm for geometry Pound A way to come up Day s exemngs MAXINE SCHICK lost A boy frlend tl won er who?j Found A way to go skat1ng more often P g S ty t MARY STRICKEADEN Iost It s hard to say Found A way to make all h boys l1ke her HLI EN S I ETZI ER Lost Bob Condre smce he went to Pek1n Found A r1de 111 a 41 Pont1ac FRANK HOEEER I ost H1s des1re to WFIIC poems Iound A new way to sell wattr melons JESSE NELSON Lost Her boy fr1end at Normal Found A new one at M T H 'S MI Rl E ROCKE lost H1s glrl fr1end at Pekln found A place to play basketball Johnny Getz Llton Getz B111 Spahr I Irion Bauman Glamour Curl GlVk me back my p1e ture we re through Boy Erlend What IS th1s a photo f111 1s1 Who e language was very QIOFUSQ But he grew o p1everse That he prayed 1n reverse And h1s good father tanned h1s caboose Mrs Jones Dotsnt that look l1ke 111111 out there on the water Mr Jones Thats no man Fbats buoy Mother Mirgaret there are two words IU O1 Ou e lb W l other1 -ousy Nlargmet H All r1ght what are they mother' Marx Goodyear When dr1v1ng I al ways sound my horn at ra1lroad crossmgs One never knows what those crazy eng1 neers wlll do next i-- T H 4 1 ---- - . ' of - t -2 4 b , I 'fl I T- 1 I' 1 1 1 3 3 Q I I ' R , , A W It I I F . ev 1 11 ' I J - 1 r px 1 -4 . "L " r ' ' - 2 , f i . I I I YH ' 1 "- . . nf l In ' -1 F,--H ' I I ' . - 'sl ?" FOUMMA WHY IO keep the b0Y5 There was a young man from Toulouse 'n I . S V ' I S . l . ' 1 I 4 3 'A . I ,,, A -M I I I I I I T11 1 . f 'I 3 -I 1 H I 3 1 I 1 1 I ' 7 I fc1":d y " to use. On- is s and the - - II .S , ,, 1 to ' I .1 - I - 4 W de e ' ' - -... ' 1 1 1 'I r ',, . I 1 I .H a e even -eigh E 1 ICAULDRON SOPHOMORE M T H S Broadcast OO A M The Slnglng Mrlkman by Russell Schrocl Announcer Ray Huette Sponsor Rexner Kruse Danry Co OO A M Mornmg, Jazz Sesslon by Kenny Belsley Kmg of Swmg Slnger The slngmg canary and leaders sweetheart l 1 Verne Apple Sponsor Valley of the Orchxd Soap OO A M llfe of Lnerey Strub har s Puffed Corn Announcer The talkatlxe Ray Rem Leadmg roles nn play Mlss Energy Xlartha Jane Burger Vlr Jones her france Jack Ervrng Betty Gerber Sponsor Grow Bug Baby Food 12 OO Noon Dmner Tlme Hour by Anlta Mlller Sponsor Gunther s Ready Prepareel Dmners O P Nl lSldCll9i Nap T1me Stones Ed1th Getz Sponsor Ellzabeth Kaufman s Fresh Dated Coffee OO P M Advlce to the Lowe Lorn by Dot Rapp and Wllma Belsley 30 P M Flash Soclety News of the M1nute by lla Jean Streglrtz Sponsor Stxunks lnv1s1ble Hand Lot lon O0 P M Hmts on Etlquette by Marle Eunlce Grlmm Sponsor The Bradley Handmade French Seamed Bustle Backed Dresses OO P M The Three Yodehng Tex omans Ernxe Rassr Ton Z brlst Bob Hasty and sweethearts Lucllle Bauer Ruth Tuffentsamer and Nllck Rlsen Sponsor Llnk Knabes Tootsle Rolls OO P M Llttle Orphan Annle June Yentes Sponsor Dletrxch Ovaltme Co 30 P M The Hour of Charm by Katherlne Crager Sponsor lla Hochstettler s Meed Cake Make Up Go Inc O P Xl lhe News of the Hour by Joe Jacob Sponsor lhe makers of Gone Wttla the Wtnel cars 30 P M lhe Mlracle Beauty Soap Radlo Theatre ehrecteel by Mar Smlth Leadnng roles ln play A Chtnaman lyle Blrky hrs sweetheart Verna Roth 3 P Xl The Shadow l Y hooty Spon or sophomore class lO OO P 'Vl Fr1tL Wlfllg and H1s Nlght ln Gales lorchestraj Sponsor Radxo Statlon M T H S lZ OO M1dn1ght Xlndnxght Ralders Theme song We Bld You A Sad Adleu by Loulse Blrkey Betty Frank Marllyn Martln Waymre Tuffentsamer just learned why the moon 1snt wealthy It spends all fs quarters gettmg full If Cupld wrote the alphabet Wrth h1 arrow for a feather He surely made an error not Puttmg U and I together Mrs Knabe Robert where were you unt1l three o clock th1s mornlngp Bob Knabe I was loo 'ag or 1 nlght o Mrs Wlmpus O how plcturesqu The Smxths are draggmg m a yule log M XXIIITIPLIS Yule log nothlnb That s Mr Smlth A secret 1 something you tell one person at a trme Pag S ty -l-'I' H 94 -ll 5: . . - ' ' - o o o o - ' ' ' . 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Jess Muselman l m golng to bury my past tGet1 Man you need a steam shovel A road hog 19 a ham that neyer has been cured Motorxst Why dont you look where you re golng? You pedestrlans walk around just as lf you owned the streets Pedestrxan Yes and some of you mot OFISIS drlye around just as 1f you owned your autos I ' - ' ' ' . . . Y ,b I I ' I A - r 1 ' A .ll A 7,7 77 e I -3 77777 7, ' e ' 3 e 7 7 7 I 5 D N 7 7 7 ' I 3 ' 1 X Vjiiiii I V 1 L 7 777 77 7 77 7 7 l 1 3 A , V 1 7,77 777 7 7 irriir VY I 'lv 7 7,,, 7777777 7 Y . , iiviii iii Joan Getz 777 7777 777777 7 77 Nell . Y I Y I 7 77 7 , A I . 5 -77. iii V 7--" . ' ,' ' I I V1 77777777 777777 I Y .. s .N L 7-A. Y H , . . .. 777777777777777 A El , ,A ' , ' J ff v . I I I ' - ' L e Y Iii ' YY YYY 177' ,YF Y'X 7777 77777777 . .. , 77 7 7777 ,,,, 7777 77 , . . . 7 , . C 777 7 77777 I I I vv 77. 7 . Y a c i E 1941 CAULDR GOOD NAME A GOOD NAIVIE WILL SHINE FOREVER A FOOD NAME LOST IS HARD TO RFCAINI A GOOD REPUTATIONI IS A FAIR PSTATF A COOD NAME IS A SOUND INHI' RITAINCE HE WHO HAS A BAD NAME IS HALF HAINC A COOD NAME IS BETTER THAN A C OOD EACI NEVER MAI E YOUR EAR THE C R XVI' OE ANOTHI R S f OOD NAMI A FOOD NAML IS RATHI R TO BE CHOSI N THAN C RI A'I RIQHPS CONKLIN LUMBER C0 6.01625 Comphments of WHITE MFG C0 Manufacturers of Funeral Supplies XL PRODUCTS Morton Illlnols COMPLIMENTS OF 8 C .I BUEHLER REAL ESTATE an INSURANCE V eterinary Morton, Illinois Morton, Illinois Page E ghty ----- T H o N -l J I IJ AI.. ' -. , . 4' IIED. cf 1, A nl? . as I 4 I. 4' C . .cm 141' 'Z' I PEIIIN, ILLINOIS. PHONE I::4o .It I ' U IH X 'I S-'lrvluvulkf I 1 I I U I Q C O O . d 1 THE 1941 CAULDR N GUY E DUNAHUE IT HAPP1-:NS I IN MORTON YOUR RLAD IT I IRS I' PEISSLEIILY TIMES LR IERIN Il LINOIS Young People Need Protectlon FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SERVICE Life Auto Flre Wlnd Crop Hall Employers L1ab1l1ty Accident Speclal Agents Dennls E Whlte Anton P Scha fel A Llncoln Helm Edu and Suttel PLUMBING HEATING OEKEL 81 SONS 1 9 S Maln Stleet Molton IIIIIIOIS Gas Water Heaters Stove 81 Furnace Burners Valves Pumps Plpe Flttlngs DURO WATER SYSTEMS Compllments of A E KLUPFENSTEIN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Morton Illlnols ..,l... 0 ......... I 11 n '17 S H 5 I F F O ' Nl- - . i . . . , . . . . Chas. C. Masching, Pekin, General Agent 1 . ' . e ' 3. . . . - . 7 . . 1 T E 1941 CAULDR N 1941 BUICK IT S A FIREBALLV at BARTELMAY 81 OERTLE MOTOR CO Phone 5541 M orton Illlnols LLGIN BULOVA Communlty Plate 1847 Ro ffyhgi V QQ Genulne Reglstered Kee JOHN FRINT -qw ysuyl g,,fD'! gers Bros Sllverware Flne Quallty Jewelry GlftS That Last hxpert Repalrlng psake Dlamonds Z JR WATCHES VV IWORTONESJE ELER h nw..... H 0 ....... T Q .L 1 ' 1 eta I , V O O 1' 1 i I I 1 . f 5 jg' T- A al . ' O' Ca li' 2 ' ., I .rss K QFW - - ',6.,n,,.A" . , as ' 79 O, 9 , . . we x, YZ 0 , o 7 E 1 CAULDRON HOME OIL CO Gas Sz Electrlc Ranges Refrlgerators Radlos Stokers O11 Burners Gas Heaters COMPLIMENTS OF THE BEAUTY BOX HELEN GROXE WILWVIA GLTL D Expert Beauty SCFVICCS 15 VX JLFI' ERSON ST PHONE 2591 EHEEEMEETE ACENT FOR Insurance of All Kmds Morton Illlnols DRUG STORE Registered Pharmaclst DUTY -XT ALL TIMPS Morton Ill1no1s COMPLIMENTS OF TI-IE WIECKHOFF SERVICE STATION Slnclalr Products Greaslng Washlng' Route 15O Phone 3601 Morton Ill EXPI' RILNCLD BEAUTICIAN MARTHA MILLER SERVICE OF EXCELLENT QUALITY Permanents Flnger Waves Manlcures Marcels Faclals CALL 6 61 MILLER s FLOWER SHOP Cut Flowers Funeral DGSIHHS, Corsages, Pot ted and Vegetable Plants Phone 3761, Morton, Ill. COMPLIMENTS OF MORTON PRODUCTS COMPANY Mfgrs. of Farm Elevators age Evghty four ---- 'r H 9 4 1 -.--- O . 'V I A 1 V . P' rietor Operat ' . - 9 O ' 0 ' A I CONlBEAR'S O O ' ON . 3 , 0 . . . Q . . O I O . . - . , . Q 9 . 9 9 O 9 9 ' 7 Q 1 i 9 -THE 1941 CAULDRON--- Comphments of MORTON STATE BANK Morton Illlnols Member of the Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon Better Quallty Fences Palnts Roofing E c Dlrect From Factory at Money Savlng Prices INT ERLUCKING FENCE C0 Morton Illlnols Comphments of THE MORTON THEATRE The Best In Entertainment FREIDINGER BROS MARKET Two Llttle Glants SUPER SERVICE STORE Grocerles Featurlng Rlchelleu Foods Meats Phone 2631 Morton Illlnols Free Dellvery h I , U , I , t . Morton - Illinois 66 ' ' 39 9 Pag ' ty-fi P 2 E 19 CAULDRON O on Saturday Nlght Untll Nme ont 84 for RQSQFXBIIOIIS ILLINOIS HOTEL Corner Second and St VIary A NV PFQISS Prop PIIKIN II LINOIS ARcH1nQ3gInISICIiIiIMAY GENERAL FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS VIORTON ILLINOIS VIEL I NIE AI THE STUMPF PHARMACY DUNKELBURG gl RUST ATTORNEYS AT LAW PEKIN II I INOIS COMPANY I Uleutch Prop J I ORIA S GREATEST SOU SIDE FURNITURE ST ORL 2023 South Adams St ASSOCIATION Your I tcky Day WI1en You Start Sivmg Por A I'Iomt MORTON ILLINOIS SAX E WI 1 H SAFETY SZOLD S Com uIctcIy Amr Coudmoncd Dtpartment Store 2201 South Adams Street PEORIA ILLINOIS IT PAYS TO LOOK WELI BOB REELS BARBER SHOP IVIORTON ILLINOIS E ghty ILLINOIS FURNITURE IIIORTON BLDG. 81 LOAN BEN FRANKLIN STORE Whele Spendmg Is Savlng A Complete Varlety of Merchandlse V S Schumacher Morton Illlnols A Comp ete Drug Stole 1n the Same Room Smce 1864 Your Eve1y D1 ug Want l'1lled At Lowest Advertlsed Prlces Quality the Best Mall Your Order Pay Later EHRLICHER BROS Phones 1373 1374 Pekln Illlnols TAZEWELL CANDY C0 Harold A Weyhrlch President WHOLESALE ONLY Our Motto Is Servlce ROCKES FOOD MARKET AND coLD STORAGE LocKER F1 esh F1 ozen FIUIES Sz Vegetables kept F1 esh the Yeal Round Up to Date Grocery and Meat Market 0 Custom Butcheung Open Evenmgs and Sundays Melton Phone 4151 Flee Dehvexy 'r H 1 4 1 , 0 0 348 Margaret St., Pekin, Ill. Telephone 470 0 0 -il 66 ' 99 9 O Page Eighty-seve --lTHE 1941 CAULDRON- MIDGET STUDIO Greeting Cards For All Occasions Trick Novelties - Gifts Kodak Finishing Costumes for Rent I 308 Liberty Peoria Ill JANSSEN BROS. Quality Groceries and Meats at Reduced Prices O Morton Illinois ESTHER S HODEL M D Morton Illlnols C E PFER Painter and Decorator Morton Illinois BEYER IMPLEMENT CO Morton Tremont Illinois L E PAIION Osteopathic Physlc an Morton Illinois COMPLIMENTS OF CODY A COX MD Physician 8: Surgeon O Morton Illlnols GOLDSTEIN JEWELRY CO Peoria s S P D14 PLNDABLI' OPTICAL SI' RX Cl' DIAMONDS INDIAN JEVS LLRX Vi ATCHI' S CHARWI BRACELETS JEVS FLRY CLASS RIWCS 9 9 0 Q S OF . I I OF . . Kl I I O . 0 , 9 9 ' S OF I I I O ' 5 I I 1 U I ' 9 , Leading Jewelers , , 211 So. Adams t., eoria, Ill' 9 I C e Eighty-eight E 1941 CAULDR You ve got to see and d11V6 it Wolds cant descube 1t' Such is the magic of Dodge Fluid DIIVQ A new kind of lld 4 new kind of CIIIVIHQ ease Ameiicae gieat mfety Cdl Bullt to save you money DODGE AND PLYMOUTH SALES and SERVICE foo X Rucu Moiou SALES I8 rx 21,46 rx 112 Noith Main St Molton Il11no1s Rush to Ruch fo HMO X Bettei Cai s LIME CEMENT TILE SAND ROOFING BRICK EDWARD MATHIS LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS MORTON ILLINOIS PHONE 2111 BUILDERS HARDWARE BUILDING BLOCKS P g Eghty -1- 'r H o N -- . . N .V . I- ,, . I. 9, U . n. . Q V . For the first time Fluid Drive in a low priced car. If ff , ,XQ ff, u I . ' . . wi' E 7 1 1 5 Y ix aa 97 , A 0 f' I O O E 19 AULDRON Comphments of ED HEUBACH REAI ESI A I F and INSURANCE Vlorton IlImo1s Compllments of YOUR RDYAL BLUE STORE 'VIUEI IRR S GROCERX Morton IIIIIIOIS SCHROCKS DAIRY Morton IlImo1s WILKINS gl BRECHER Compllments of DR B A SHEPHERD Vlorton Illmols Complxmcnrs f SLIP 81 CO0KE Vlorton ILLINOIS KDCHS DAIRY A FULL LINE OF PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS PERIN FLORAL L0 PEKIN II LINOIS PgN ty --- 'r H 4 1 3 - --D - L 1 ' ' 0 4 Q ATTORNEYS - AT - LANV 0 0 . I . ' O 0' I ' 0 9 7 I! 0 O T E 1941 CAULDRON Cong1atulat1ons and Best W1Sh9S to the SENIORS OF 1941 f1om BROWN S PEORIA SCHOOL of BUSINESS A School Whele Many Futule Executlves Ale Novs In T1a1n1ng 240 S J ffelson Ave Peorla Ill Phone 1256 Lamps Kltchen Pottery Art Ware THE MORTON POTTERY C0 Secy Tleas Genl Mgl Morton Illlnols Compllments of Al Helnlger HEINIGERS STANDARD SERVICE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Colnel of Ma1n and Jackson Congratulatlons to the Class of 1941 BAlER'S LUNCH Morton s Popular Eatlng Place Quallty Foods Roszell s Ice Cream Morton Illlnols .li H ll. Q 1 u l . 1 7 1 . . 1 . e ' ., ' , . 3- I S. W. Ra J William Ra J 1 7 Q - , n , 9 , . G6 ' 99 7 ---l- E 1941 CAULDR BOOSTER PAGE ROTH S SMITH Attorney at Law ED HIRSTEIN 81 SONS Phone 2261 HARRY RAND MAXS TAVERN LEE HUDGENS CLIFTWOOD INN Anna Kretz Prop H E SCHOPP WILLIAM E HEUBACH E COTTINGHAM J YENTES Shell Servlce L E Les SUTTER WM J DAUSMANN D D S CRIEDERS GROCERY STORE BANTY MARCH CONIBEAR S AUTO BODY REINHARD 81 MEYER Lumber Co 1' H o N --- 0 L. . . P. W. CRUM, General Hauling. Phone 3311 P. . , ' . -THE 19 CAULDRON--- COMPLIMENTS OF THE J. G. JACOB ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Phone 6651 Morton Illlnols STOP AT ANGELO'S Iocitcd on Routc Z9 TENDERI OINS HAMBURGERS BARBELUES Open 24 Hours of the Day VELDE 81 PRETTYMAN C L CONDER ATTORNEYS AT LAW LAWYER 'VIARSI-IALL BUILDING PEKIN ILLINOIS PEKIN ILLINOIS AGAIN Featuring Thrxllmg New Bxgnes Longer Larger and Wider Pxscher Bodies wlth No Draft Ven t1lat1on Longer Wheelbase Three mches added The longest car the leader has e v e r CHE ROLET S the LEADER BUYERS ln any 1nc0me group may well say, "1t's FIRST because lt s FINEST' The 1941 Chevrolet wnh 1ts 90 H P Valve 1n Head Vlctory Engme regardless of the PFICE that brlngs to you such amazlng power and even greater gas and 1l economy in addxtlon to the llghtmng acceleratlon for whlch Chevrolet cars are famous All thls and bullt Economy Too plus the luxury features only to be Safe T Special Hydraullc Braxes Deslgned t stop quxcker Wlth less ef found 1n the most expenswe cars Eye It Buy It Try It' You ll be Satlsfled' ,jfjfm Pm, Wt Roecker Chevrolet Company Bullt only as the Chevrolet bullds It SALES and SERVICE TELEPHONE 1930 FENDER and BODY REPAIR GREASINC SI' RVICE ACCESSORIES PgNt 4 4 4 4 4 L . A E L . . L , I O I , , O T T w l ' 0 Q - A I 9 . . , . ,., , ' - . 7 ' . . . . , -Y i It . 7, . l . . - - . . - j 1 . l 1 K 0. , . . . . . . . ,, . ' uv, . . - f , 0 l - 0 , ' ' u 4 7 , L ' . . , ...i....-l- , . 1 1 - J .. a e ine y-Ihre ---THE 1941 CAULDRON---- B6lgHQl',S Plepales You For DEFENSE IN GOOD APPEARANCE As you travel along the Ioad of life, look carefully to your appearance It counts for so much . and costs so little when you buy at Bergner's Your Dependable .Store For APPAREL ACCESSORIES BERGNER S Make Your R6S6FV3tlOHS at ROXY S We Speclallze In Flsh Chlcken and Steak Dmners We Also Have DGIICIOUS Sandwlches 304 Margaret St Pekln Illlnols Phone 961 A Compllments of CH EIN PLUMBING 8: HEATING Sheet Metal Work Morton Illlnols Lowest Prlces Hlghest Quallty Let Us Make Youl lf utule A Pleasant One Hardware Funnlture Floor Coverlngs ROECKER 5: DIETRICH MoRToN PHoNE 2561 ILLINOIS 9 . 9 . . . - 0 9 . . . . . I I . . . -9 9 ' 1 0 0 R . . . . Q I 1 fl I . Q .1 I. ,T age Ninety-four E 1941 AULDR N WURST MILLER BAKERY Let 1 our Sense of Taste Be the Judge Hlghest Quallty Bakery Goods Mllk Mald Bread Phone 3391 Morton I1llIl0lS THE GRILL The Eatlng Place Where Everyone Meets Hls Frlends Super SerV1ceStat1on Quallty Petroleum Products HOME OIL C0 Tlres and ACCCSSOYICS Washlng Greaslng We Alm To Please You MORTON TREMONT Compllments of AMERICAN FREIGHT LINES 0 Peorla 111111018 --- T H 2 0 --i T I C 66 ' - ' as I MRS. HULL. Proprietor. PHONE 4561. MORTON. ILL I I E 19 CAULDRON HENRY BIRKENBUSCH S5552 ZCERSQQCRCIMENETE AND SON SCHCQCRIQISEHOIEIS WL ALWAY PEKIN JEWELERS STYLE AIQIEEXEIFIEIEISR D amonds Watches Clocks Cut Glass Jewelry Ey Q 'Icsted a d Fltt d B Q H Rcpalr ng a Speclalty 320 Court Strict PEKIN ILLINOIS PEKIN ILLINOIS MC L FARMER s co op RUSSEUSEWELEIQ INTICK GRAIN 8: COAL ASS N COAL FEED SEED Dlamonds and Watches In Style Shop 347 Court S Phone 6301 PEKIN II LINOIS SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1941 MOR'I ON ILLINOIS INDIVIDUALS AREN T DIE CUT 5 that lS the reason our made to measure sults flt best When you buy a su1t at ou1 stole the su1t 1S hand cut and 1nd1v1duaIIy tall 01ed to youl measmements as you want It THEO WITZIG 81 SON MORTON PORTIS HATS GLOVER SHIRTS and PAJAMAS COOPER S JOCKEY UNDERWEAR. SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY. ---- T H 4 1 ---- . Q A I - F' ' O . 9 . e, . n e ' ' . i . y O - 9 I O sd - - Expert Repair Work LIAIESTQNE O I - S t. F ' 0 i 4 .- 9 ' f . 1 1 , - - it I , I . I N. 8 . 3 O P N' ety s' --THE 1941 CAULDRONi1 COMPLIMENTS OF I ALFRED HOIVIER Morton Illlnols REMEMBER Your School Lockers Were Installed By W. B. READ 8: CO. Bloommgton Ill Also Headquarters For All School Supplles MIDWEST POTTERIES The Prlde of Any Home Makers of Fancy Lamps Vases and Noveltles HUGH PHILLIPS and VALENTINE WICK Standard O11 Products Morton Illlnols KEENAN SPORT GOODS Sport Goods for Good Sports 514 Maln St Peorla Ill Phone 4 1719 In Peorla PORTMAN SPORT GOODS G N PORTMAN C0 122 N Adams Street Phone 3 3745 Be Sure to See the New Models MINNEAPOLIS MOLIIE TWII CITY L. BIRKEY IMP C0 Buyers of Poultry When In Peorla Shop At Peorla s Leadlng Apparel Store for Men Women and Chlldren 222 So Adams St Peorla Illlnols . I l , Q 1 . I l ' 9 O 66 79 I O . . CO , I 9 9 . - I . l O O O I O 9 , . . if ,' ,W A 111 fl-1 ,. kms vf,, ', 1 X! XX l 'M ' M - ' ' Mmunvous- Ngqormgoffmwsnilfgvlbrmlnr fonnnv . O I . . . . . 9 Page Nin - E 9 CAULDRON John T Elhff Nathan T Ellnf ELLIFF 8: ELLIFF Attorneys at Law FARMERS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 1 Illn s ALFRED W BLACK LAWYER PWIER Q IxATIoNAL BINIX BUILDING O S T E SOLTERIVIANN Pekm Ill1n01s YOUR COUNTY CLERK B Sz F CONFECTIONARY PEKIN I HEAT! E BLDC Pekln Ill no s Fountaln SCTVICC Lunches Home Cooked Meals STRUNKS DAIRY Mllk Cream and Cottage Cheese State Cert fxed Herd Phone 5411 Morton I111no1s Lomphmtnt of JOSEPH ARONOFF Morton Il1Ino1s Comphments f TRAN.l'FER Phone 4541 Morton IHIHOIS Compllments of JUNE S BEAUTY PARLGR June My ers Prop ABOVE THE GRILL PHONE 3541 Morton Illlnols P Nt ht -.-1 T H 1 , 4 I -L I I - - . . 'I v FAM 'A .L T ' JIT 0 Pcltil, i oi Pekin. Ulin I Compliments of Compliments of , . I C 'V' '5 . . . A X .Q ' , I I Q 9 . . , 'N ' , I s . . . i ' Q l ' o 9 . E 1 CAULDRON PUBLIX GREAT STATES THEATERS PEKIN EMPIRE PEKIN II LINOIS KDCHS DAIRY STORE SOLDWEDEL S PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS MORTI ON ILLINOIS EVERY SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OE 1941 W J REARDDN LAWYER PEKIN ILLINOIS PEKIN DAIRY PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCT S 41 'J Znd Street PEKIN II LINOIS THAI YOU DO SAVE CARPS CAN BE PROVED ON YOUR READY T O WEAR DRYGOODS MEN S WEAR PEKIIN ILLINOIS WATCHES DIAMONDS J E W E L R Y SINGERS JEWELRY CD 420 Mam Street PEORIA ILI INOIS WM SANDERS SHEET METAI SHOP Gas and Coal Furnaces STOKERS MORTON ILLINOIS SCHIPPER 8: BLOCK PEKIN II I INOIS DRY GOODS LADIES an CHILDREN S Rcidx to Wear MENS and BOYS CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS PgN ty -- 'r H 9 4 1 -- 9 ' v 0 . 4 A o ' 0 Q o ' " 1 ,, , AT - , I 9 VISIT TO OUR STORE . ' ' 0 0 0 4 ' A 0 , , , TAZEWELL SERVICE STATION BlueSeal - MagicAladdin - BlueSeal O L GAS TIRES Mgr Edward C Ackerman Morton Illlnols ARNOLD NOHL CONCRETE PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER Phone 6413 Morton Ill MORTON CREAMERY Cash Buyers of Cream BROOKSIDE BUTTER KRUGS MARKET The Happy Hour Store Flne Meats A Speclalty Grocerles Vegetables 0 Phone 2311 Free Dellvery Morton Illlnols I 0 0 0 0 0 Phone 5601 Morton, Illinois 9 0 THE 1941 CAULDRON FOR HEALTH AND APPEARANCE WEAR CLEAN CLO'1 HES MORTON DRY CLEANERS TAZEWELL COUNTY S FINEST CLEANERS PHONE 6601 MORTON ILL Now' YOU TOO CCBO IWCBVQ STEAK HAMBURGEIQS' Fresh Chill and Ch1l1 Mack PLATE LUNCHES Every DAY at DAYS Sandwich Shop Folmerly The El Clan Cafe 202 So Mam Stleet Peg e Hundred O T .H y .e,, A F V , 4 'flfmzzfk M , ,gg - WL, -4 . '- 11 ,L I-if , ,..,e 4 7 1 1 , . . . . . . . CG 9, I 1 . I E 1941 CAULDRON 7fze Mwfan fVea14 Pr1nterQ ot Qmce 1938 f'N XJ gl We Speclallze ln GOOD PRINTING --T 'r H - Jw? s 'Gr 5 -'31 s gil s 15' 5 THE CAULDRON ig? 'Q' 8 'U' jig Q as Jil 2 8 'G' -1--THE 1941 CAULDRON---- 108 North Street Phone 5651 Gamma 0 Simba Portralt and Commerclal Photographers Offlclal Photographers for 1 in N U and Lauldron E It Tungate Developmg and Plmtmg Normal 111111018 P90 Haan. O O J. J. Watchihski Picture Framing THE 1941 CAULDR N BUY YOUR FORD IN MORTON' if WALZ gl WIECKHOFF MOTOR CO S A L E S SERVICE Morton Ill1no1s MORE F OR LESS Duung the twelv months endlng with Decembei 31 1936 lesidence customers selved by this company fi om Bloom ington used an avelage of 695 kilowatt houls of eneigy and pald an avexage of S32 82 a yeai for it at an average iate of 4 72c pei kilowatt houl In the yeai endlng December 31 1940 our 1es1dence cus tomels SQIV d f1om Bloomington used an avei age of 997 kilowatt houls and paid an average bill of S37 46 a year at 3 75c pei kilowatt hou1 Eneigy used gained 42 per cent Cost pei k1lowatt hour was cut 20 per cent. Women in homes We serve know what thlS means to them less labor, more leisure better lighting radio other benefits. ILLINOIS IOWA POWER COMPANY iii... Q 1.7. O O . . L , 3 1. O . . ' S' r s 1 . 'D . 1 - . I l 1 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . - a 1 x . . . . ,Q l P g O Hundred Four T E 1941 CAULDR N DAY BY DAY lCont1nued From Page 693 Aprnl 4 The school seemed rather empty and qulet w1th all the semors gone to Bradley for thc Annual Brwdlex Day Apr ll 7 l 1st Frlday Woodruff s debate team was tt Morton md debated vs 1th Morton s team April 8 The rcmalnder of the county contests were held at Mackinaw tonlght Aprll 9 More long faces and Worrled looks T hose lovely slx weeks exams Aprll lO and ll Dr Sanford wa here for two days and gave aduce to JLIIIIOIS and senlors Apr1l 14 The Jumors and semors spent the day takxng an rntelllgence test sent out by the state of Ill1no1s These tests wrll prove benef1c1al xx hen one IS entermg college Aprll 15 students of M T H S and good frrends of all the students left to resume thelr stud1es for naval offlcer posltlons Aprrl 16 The Apr1l ed1t1on of the Phllosopher was on sale at the M T H S newstand today Th1s ed1t1on contalned the mam events that occurred dv nv the past month Aprxl 17 and 18 The Soclal Sclence Club wrth M1 s Wheeler left Thursday for a three day tour of Chlcago Accordmg to the reports rc celved everyone had a doubly grand tlme Aprll 21 Blrdlc vsas very much surprxsed when he recuxcd 1 card today from one of the Chl cago group The Joke IS that Blrdle was one of the group that went to Chncago Aprll 22 We had an assembly at one o clock when scvenl moxles were presented and Xlr Cor lcll presented the D A R award to Thelma Henderson Aprxl Z3 Washxngton partlcrpated rn a track meet here Sophomores had a wlener roast and everyone had a grand trme mcludmg the trme Edrth S got stuck and when several people fell in the creek Aprll 25 Junlors gave their play thls evening They gave prevlews of lf before the assem bly thls afternoon Aprll Z8 Everyone was sorry to learn that coach wlll not be able to flmsh out the year wlth us but we hope he w1ll be wlth us next year Aprrl 29 The track boys wish that Green Valley would go on new tlme They drdn t get to leave untll the end of the seventh perlod lnstead of the slxth We shall see what we can do about ll Aprll 30 Mr Corxell and hrs c1v1cs and Amerrcan problems classes took an all day trrp to Sprlngfleld today Everyone had a grand trme May l The remalnlng copy for the Cauldron was sent ln today May2 The G A A renovated gym exhxbrt was presented under the trtle Sprlng Spasms May 9 The band put on thelr annual concert They have been worklng very dlllgently o 1 t G A A club and the home economrcs class are g1v1ng a tea for the mothers May 13 County tournament May 16 Jumor Semor banquet May 23 G A A banquet May Z5 Baccalaureate May Z6 Class Night May 27 Graduatxon tat last'j Page O e Hundred F e KT H 0 ...l- 0 - - ' c 4 I' c . , , . .L t 4 I I ', 1 A 4 A L 1 L V' . n . s - ' A V. . . . , . . Y b . . , George Brines and Gilbert Rapp, one time - . . . . A .i I rl - - - ' . T. B-no D V A Q B4 I ' . I A 1- 41- Y Y I 1 ' 'm v 1 ' A l G 41 xl VX . L - r 1 -C 9' e A . ' l Q n iv E 1941 CAULDR N Nahonal Scholashc Press Assoclahon F01 the second consecutive veal The Cauldion IS a member publication of the National Scholastic Press Associa tion Last xeai the bool: was enteied for the iating serxlce and the mting the 0fflClHl Ol gan of the N S P A It xx as a gi eat S'lllSfdCt1OIl to the staff of the 1940 Cauldron to leain th it their book had ieceived a scoie of 840 xx hich entitled them to 1 Fust Lliss I-lonoi Rating The scorebook xxlth Judges c11t1c lsms xx is sent to the school Needless to sav the booklet xx as an excellent have enteied our book in the iatlng seivice and of eouise xx 1th meat ex DCCt3tlOllS Watch next xears annual foi the results QNKMSCHUI l' Zi NCmbQ,I' 1 I9Zl I94O 4I P PgOHddS 55455009 -l-- T H O -l- l l I I K 1 - U . 1 C l v ' . . J ' ' A' ' 'z . .. . l S 1 . 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Q ss - P1 'G K xx' a e ne un re ix THE 1941 CAULDRON Names Pages Faculty Brown Donna 20 28 9 42 43 Corlell George F 8 Hatcher James 9 30 Hoyt Robert 10 18 Jacquat Glenn 11 26 48 51 53 MCMIHH Ralph 9 16 27 5 Rupprecht C Arnold 10 36 Stewart llorence 8 41 3 Waldorf Helen 9 32 34 Wheeler Harrlet 9 31 0 Students Ackerman Irene Ackerman Melvln 14 26 3 3240415153 7 Ackerman Velma 21 33 Allenspach Bermce 30 33 34 43 Allenspach Margaret 30 32 34 37 42 43 48 Anderson Ellzabeth Apple LaVerne 19 30 Baler Ella Marle 17 27 Bartelmay Alma 15 78 31 34 39 40 43 44 44 48 51 53 55 57 Bauman Dorothy 21 29 Bauman Eldon 17 49 57 Bauer Baurer Belsley Belsley Belslcy Belsley Belslcy Blnkele Birkey 34 43 Blrkey Lyle Blrkey Verna 17 29 34 43 Blrkey Florence 17 29 34 Blankenshlp Wllllam Bone Betty 15 31 34 Bradley Jacquellne 19 30 Bradley Thomas 14 31 Brandt Inez Brants Max1ne Brecher Robert 14 26 31 40 53 55 57 Brlght Harold Bruell Clyde Burger Martha 19 30 34 Carlus Gwen 12 26 34 39 Lucllle Robert Kenneth Mabel Rlchard Verna 17 34 Wllma 19 34 35 Ray 12 39 40 Loulse Mae 19 Z9 Chr1st1e Marle 21 43 General Index Names Pages Comstock A11ce 13 26 28 31 34 39 40 43 Comstock Lorr-ne 21 30 ook Marvln rager Katherlne 19 29 30 33 34 43 Davls Betty 21 29 Dxemer Elleen 15 31 34 Dlemer Rxchard 1' 30 7 D1etr1ch Dorls 19 28 34 43 Elsele Robert 17 27 28 41 Ervmg Jack Felker Melvm Fort Dor1s 2 30 33 4 Fort LOUISE 14 26 31 34 40 Prank Ellzabeth 17 29 34 Franks Betty 19 29 34 43 Freeman Robert 21 28 44 Gelger Verla 17 27 29 31 34 40 41 43 Gerber Betty 19 29 Gerber Esther Rae 12 26 Gerber Ethel 21 29 43 G rv erber Sam 17 36 40 Alvm Donald Dorothy Edlth Edna Elton etz Getz Getz Getz e z Getz 11 26 21 30 18 29 33 17 29 30 Getz John 17 27 41 4 14 28 31 M11dred e z Glaser Alma lock Dorothea Goodyear Helen Goodyear Marx W1ll1s Carolyn Marle 19 29 33 34 43 Norma 21 29 33 43 Guler Mlldred Gunther Florence Hager Betty 31 34 40 41 Hall Burdell 7 31 40 43 Hasty Robert Hauter Dean 7 35 36 43 53 55 Hauter Margaret 0 17 28 17 31 21 36 Gr1ff1n Crlmvn Grlmm Grlmm 12 28 34 Henderson Thelma 28 31 34 37 40 42 43 48 Henson Yvonne Heubach Robert Hochstetler Ila Hoffer Frank 17 36 Huette Raymond Hull Robert 1 28 30 2 36 43 Names Pages Hull Russell 21 49 Iacob Joe 19 30 Jacob Kenneth 21 36 Jacob Lucille 21 29 30 43 Jacob Ray 12 30 Kaufman Ellzabeth 19 29 Kelster Carl 17 31 Kelster Frances 13 34 39 Kexster Mary Kleser Carl 21 57 Knabe Robert 19 30 49 Knoll Eldora 17 27 29 41 Koch June Krug Geraldlne Kruse Relner Kruse Shlrley Lang Richard Leader Robert Lltwlller Leda Lockhart Allce Marquart Glenn Martln Marllyn 21 29 30 43 21 29 43 17 27 17 28 34 15 28 39 Mathls Llla 21 30 33 McConkey Walter 13 31 Mlller Mlller Mlller Mxller Lloyd Amta 18 36 E1w1n 20 49 Ya e 11 26 35 49 51 53 55 57 Moser V1rg1n1a Mueller Marilyn Muselman Jesse 17 49 Nelson J ESSIQ Pool Phyllls 21 29 33 Rapp Dorothy 18 30 Rapp Gerry 15 27 29 34 36 40 43 Rapp Rlchard 17 30 RHSSI Damel 13 40 53 Rassl Ernest 19 44 49 51 55 Rellly Rlchard Rem Raymond 19 30 36 Reulln Martha Ellen 17 29 30 31 34 40 41 43 Rlch Wanda 15 26 Rleger Pearle 21 29 RISCH Albert 15 31 39 Rlsen Mlldred 19 33 Rltthaler Merle Rltthaler Paul Rltthaler Robert Rocke Allce Rocke Rocke Rocke Roecker Dorothy Erma 21 29 30 33 Merle 22 Verelda 17 29 31 40 Roecker Ellzabeth 13 26 31 34 40 Page One Hundred Seven 1 - S1 1 1 1 371 ' ' ' 4' Q , 'f , ' . 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