Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

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A u 4 N S 4 Q 0 , I rf r THE Cf-XULDRCDN 19-413 published by tne Class oi 1943 Morton Townsiwio i-iigti School Morton illinois Gi Jot 1 O Fritz Witzig, Editor enn ac: ua, Advisor Pcnreword 0 N 01 nw 0 I p umm thnx nmctccnth ISSUL Ol CAI I DPUN 1 our mu 11 Oiioxt to ILCOICI us 01 h1 mc x I xc o X msc c us 1 IX m 111 on Crder QI Books I CUR SCHOOL XY +-k-ki-+ f " I II ATHLETICS III ACTIVITIES 5?"W3"'5? IV PATRONS W, tl - Soni 'C'l: f IMS, ww ' 1 H 1 ' tho ', .C1',zs 's' 'fn "' 'V' OUI'jf".' ' zppy : IIHISC czlys in high A-h ol. Mzljtl 51 12 In '0 Fi z 'Q our hvzirts that may novel' fuflv, :md may tho pugvs of this hook help to -yu: if , ' -, CJ-- X I fgylf? .zrf Jffsr Y 5 'I I 1 Q"x,V 1'-U 6:3 R., ' at -11 ,wp '. 1 42 pgs! T 0065.5 Q ay. Z .Saqv . " jx" Q 'S . 1,7 f of ., .. f 'Z Dedlcutlon To the gallant boys ln the armed QGFVICQS of our country we the Senlor Clase of 1943 proudly d9dlCHtG thls nlneteenth lssue of the CAULDRON Many of tneee boys are from our own communlty boye who at one tlme or another 'lttended our Schools and churches Thev ue now flghtlng to preeerve theae vexy lnstltutlone It IS ln the llht of then h9I0lC deeda that the claas of 45 dedlcates thlg Neue of the CAULDRON to them 'N our trlbute to the flne Job they are domg for all of ue I fi L45 ,', f' ,s nr or ,ff Q ', R ' , ,f' 41 fl' llblxx I 'f .1 K' -XXX ,fff ' , f 5' ' - as -mf' ' 4' 4. li I ' f 1 ,- X, f ,gr list , v J 26 3 ' ff? K ,. AX . Z! l wxefm Q ,f . 1 f "' " ' X ' ft X . :- tl rl? fa 1, I X L F bkwixy X nf' X A2 , N ' ,' A l l Qi' 1 H 3, X. N' , f l X. - f" ' 3 I , -. x f l X md 1,6 X Q , F , Mm GN I, Q! 5 X. ' fag M I O - - A1 - - . , , -. . ' Y . . , - , .I , I . . - . L . i ' . T N H , ,, . . . C s Mmm CDUR SCI-IGCDL THE 1943 CAULDRON V , t OUR PRINCIPAL Mr James G Hatcher our p11nc1pal has been largely responslble for the efflclent adm1n1strat1on of our school dllfllig the past few years Through hxs unt1r1ng efforts and h1s sympathy YVlth the students at all tlmes Morton Townshlp Hlgh School has engoyed one of ltS most suc cessful years BOARD OF EDUCATIGN The Board of Educatlon agaxn played a large part ln the success ful adm1n1strat1on ot our school The members of the board deserve much credlt for the splendld progress Morton Townshlp hlgh school has made 1n recent yeaxs Mr Roblson D1 Buehle1 Ml' RHDD Mr Frank PgS rw' ,gf Mr Ph1l11ps Mr Getz as g O ,.,' izr- Q i"' TII' ,... H c ee R l A I ,,.. THE AU RO Faculty Snaps Here We see the faculty 1n a dlfferent llght than we are generally accustomed to 111 classrooms but whether m '1 classroom or outslde of the school the faculty has l ways been of great help to us 1n solvlng our problems In add1t1on to domg an ex eellent Job of guldlflg us ln our subjects and teachlng us to thlnk correctly they haw helped us lmmeasurably m our extra eurrlcular act1v1 tles All of our act1v1t1es and orgamzatlons are under the Jurlsdlctlon of one or more teachers These orgamza tions are the Student Coun cxl the varlous classes Ath l e t 1 c Program Cauldron Phllosopher Athletlc Asso Economlcs Club M Club Class Plays Soclal Problems Club Llbrarlans Speech and Debate Drum Magorettes Gxrls Athlet1c Assoclatlon and School Partles We are grateful for the help they have glven us dur mg our school days Mxss Wheeler Mr Hatcher MISS Drake Mr Gould M1ss Melvln MISS DeVore Mr Rosen thal MISS Smlth MISS Wal dorf Mrs Hoyt Mr Jacquat I s , . 1 a - ' r X 1 , . I 9 . . x ' - , 1 y , - c1at1on, Band, Chorus, Home .Y U H , 4 , . ! V I . , Y . . . ' i O 1. ' . 2. . . 3. ' . 4. . , ' . 5. , . - 6. . . , . - 7. . , . . AUL RON ..,,, FACULTY MEMBERS JAMES G HATCHER Prmclpal U of MISSOUII B S Ozark Weqleyan College South westeln MISSOUFI TeacherS College Umverslty of Ill IHOIS M S ISABETH S'VIITH HERBERT D GOULD Latm Mathematlcs Amerlcan HlStOFy PhySl ology Athletlcs Boys Physlcal EdUC3t1OH Ill1no1s State Normal Un1 verslty North Dakota State College UH1VGFSlty of Ch1CHg0 Umversxty ot 111111015 B S Ufl1V9FS1ty of Ill1no1s B S MRS ROBERT HOYT Engllsh Chorus Marshall College Illmols State Normal U B Ed FLORENCE M DRAKE l:.ngl1sh Dramatlcs De bate Speech L1brary Demson U Ph B U of ChlCagO Northwestern U U of Iowa M A Pg Egf THE 1943 C D ,. ,,. 'X O - ' 1' 1 v . , . L , - z ' ' - 1 ' L . . , . 1 . . - 1 - ' ' '- 7 9 , . Q , , ' . . .- ' O -,QA . . ' - 3 Q ., . . 3 . . 3 ,.. ,.. .g. , . . aeih THE HELEN M WALDORF Home Economlcs UHIVEFSIIY of Ill1no1s B S Unlverslty of Colo rado BETTY L MELVIN Typmg Bookkeeplng Algebra Western Ill1no1s State Teachers College B Ed 1943 CAULDRON BERNARD R ROSEN THAL Soo1ology Economlcs CIVICS World Hlstory Am Problems Band Long Island U U ot 'Vhnnesota B S M A GLENN E JACQUAT Manual Arts Physlcs Ill1no1s State Normal U B Ed Unlverslty of Ill1no1s if! HARRIET R WHEELER Shorthand Typlng Gen eral Buslness Cornell College Mt Ver non Ia Augustana Col lege A B Rock Island Ill StateU of Iowa M A Iowa Clty Iowa MARY E DeVORE SCIENCE Glrls Physlcal Educatlon Unlverslty of Ill1no1s PagNe , 7 71 f K c , ' , - ' v I 1 ' 1 a I O . , . 1 . 1 Q O ' 7 ' - y D Y 'Y ,Q ' ' - ' i A . 7 - -y , . ., . ., .l , . . I . , . . - . . , . Y 7 v ' v I I , , C ' I 1 I .Y . 4 , . tg . 1 , , . . . B. S. I Q, e in THE U O LaVe1 ne June Apple Kenneth Belsley Wllma M3119 Belsley LOUISE Mae B11 key Lyle Blrkey Martha Jane Burgm Dorls Dletrlch Betty Frank THE D O Betty Gerber Ed1th Getz Marie Eumce Grlmm 1101 nee Gunther Robert L. Hasty Ila M. Hochstetler Raymond Huette Robert Humm Peg EI THE 1943 CAULDRON Raymond Rem Mlldred Rlsen Verna Ellzabet Shuley Schult h Roth Joseph E. Jacob Elmabeth J Kaufman Anlta M111er D01 othy Mae Rapp THE 1943 CAULDRON Marvin Smith Ila Jean Stieglitz Carol Jean Strunk Edith Jane Stuckey f " .31 'XXI' Ruth Mary Tuffentsamei F1QdE3I'lCk WV1tZlg June Ex elyn Yentes Calvin Zobrlst Page That THE AU O Semor Class Offlcers Presldent Edlth Getz VICE Pres1dent Dorothy Rapp Secretary Treasurer Joe Jacob AdV1SOFS Mrs Hoyt Mr Jacquat The Class of 1943 has been very actlve ln all o1gan1zat1ons They have sponsored many so C131 hours for the entertalnment of other class es and have part1c1pated 1n many extra curr1 cular act1v1t1es 43 has 1tS share of school and commun1ty leaders of outstandlng merlt An1ta Mlller 1S presldent of G A A Eunlce Gr1mm presldent of the Llbrarlans Edlth Getz presldent of the Sen1or Class Ehzabeth Kaut man pres1dent of Home Ec Club Frltz Wltzlg who IS the most popular 1n extra currlcular act 1V1t19S presldent of Student Councll Athletlc Assoclatlon captaln of the basketball and base ball teams and presldent of the Band are a tew of the most prom1nent Dorothy Mae Rapp who won the D A R avs ard IS sald to be the most popular student ln hlgh school Ed1th Getz who has been aCtlV9 all four years of hlgh school IS dolng grand wo1k 1n her senlor year as our leader Other members of the senlor class also par t1c1pate IH chorus G A A Home Econom1cs debate band athletlcs and other HCt1Vlt16S The class of 1943 IS sald to have edlted the best Ph1losopher 1n years They really Worked hard on the monthly publ1cat1on and are work mg ex en harder on the 1943 Cauldron Whlch We hope, XV111 be as successful 1 9 4 3 C L D R N . . . , 1 ...Y.,,...Y.....,,,l,,,.,,.,.........,..,. ,,,. 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Y , 9 THE DL RO AdVlSOIS MRS ROBFRT HOYT MR GLENN JACQUAT We the Senlors wlsh to thank our Class ld vlsors for the splendld help they have glven us throughout thls year We know that because of thelr work and tlme spent our many act1v1 t1es have been successful Thelr fr1endl1ness and good naturedness Whlle helpmg us Wltn the Cauldron has made lt seem less dxttlcult and we enjoyed worklng wlth them CLASS PGEM The Class of 1943 Leaves to each a memo1y The tears however won t be great On thls our graduatlon date For each has labored toward th1s goal In l1fe that they mlght play their role In hope to flnd then' place ln 11fe Wlthout too much of solrow and strlfe We leave thls school Wlth prlde and tear And hopeful hearts for the comlng year Edlth Jane Stuckey 59 1943 CA ' D N . 1 ' ,l C H WE CAME Apple LaVerne June 4LaVerne1 A perfect lady of cheerful yesterdays and hopeful tomorrovss Transferred from Washlngton hlgh school 421 1d 421 431 L1b1ar1an 441 Phxlosopher Qtaff 'iemor Play Belslcy Kenneth 4Kenny1 A shy country l'1d who knows what he xx ants Belsley W1lma M8119 4W1lm1 A frlend to all yyxth srmle so sweet The klnd of a glrl you llkc to meet LllJI'3I'11I'1 441 Phllosophtr Qtait JUIIIOI Pl 15 5ClllOI Play Home he Club 431 441 'irc Treas 441 Debate 411 421 qOCl3l SCIGHCQ Club 431 Bllkey LOUISE Mae 4Turk1 The best thxngs come ln small packages A A 43 C orus 411 421 431 441 Llbrarlan 411 Phllosopher 3t'1ff C iuldron Staff Jumor Play St mor Play O t1ttta411421431 B11 key Lyle 4Red1 All regret h1s leavmg but he IS domg h1s b1t ln the Navy for Uncle bam Burger Maltha Jane 4Mart1 Happy am I from care Im tree why arent they all contented llke me Phllosopher Staff 4 luldron Staff nd 411 421 31 Chorus 411 Page Sixteen AU O WE SAW Dletrlch Dorls 4Do1 ISD Domg yy hat she fmds to do ln cheerful sort of way S orus 411 421 4 1IlI'1'lH 491 Cretta 411 421 Class Presldent 431 Ph1losopher St iff Cauldron Staff Soclal Sc1ence 4a1 441 Semor Play Junlor Play Dramat1c Club Plank Betty 4Bets1 Centle and modest and syyeet a frlend we always hke to mtct orus411421 3 trttta4114.21 Jumor Pl iy Sc n1o1 Play Phllosopher Staff Cauldlon Staff Ge1be1 Betty 4Bets1 Always anxlous to lend a helpxng hand Chorus 411 421 431 441 Semor Play q0C13l Qc1ence Club 431 Home Fc Club Phllosophtr Qtalf O trttta 411 421 431 Getz Edlth 4Ed1th1 None knew her but to love her none name her but to pralse her Debate 411 421 Operetta 411 421 431 llbfaflafl 411 Phllosopher Staff Class Presxdent 441 Class Sec Treas Qenlor Play Junlor Play Home Ec Club 431 441 A A Chorus4114.Z1 431 T E 1 9 4 3 C L D R N , V V4 uv, - , " ' a . 1 ' ' 41.314, 4l1 421 4314-l1.'OC'y.421 .. Ch S 31 441 Bal . 441 Lil 'z 1 .. 431 ' ' ' Gpl' ' 431 . . ,' ll , rv 'l E Y , 0 i y G. A. A. 411 421431441 ' 3 ' " PY. A '2 G. A. A. 411 421 431 441 ' ' ' 4 1 H Cfh ' ' 4.1 Cauldron Staff Librarian 411 ' ' 2 ' Opx - ' 431 G. . .411 421 1 441 . '- h ' ' ' 7 Z v p-, , 1 K px'x f ' I .V ' ' ? , .- . . 421 Ba 4. 441 , , G. A. A. 411 421 431 441 G. . .4l1421431441 " .. 1 '. ' . 441 WEHEQNCSDUEORED Grxmm Marle Eunlce 1Moddy3 Kaufman, E11Z3beth J 1L1z3 To know her lS to love her Chorus 113 123 133 143 Operetta 113 123 133 Home Ec Club 133 143 Vlce Presldent 133 Semor Play Junlor Play Phllcsopher Staff Cauldron Staff A A 13 Llbrarlan 113 143 Soclal Sclence Club 133 Gunther Florence 1Floss1e3 A shy thmg but really swell A A 13 Senlor Play Hasty Robert L 1Hasty3 Full of fun and m1sch1ef too darmb thmgs he shouldnt do Team Manager 133 Cauldron Staff Phlloscpher Staff Hochstetler Ila M 1Ila3 Always 1n a meek voice she w1ll speak Senior Play Huette Raymond 1Ray3 A bashful lad but he gets around Phllosopher Staff Senlor Play Humm Robert 1Bobb1e3 A llttle nonsense now and then rehshed by the best of men Transferred from Bethalto hlgh 143 Semor Play Jacob Joseph E 1Joe3 I know everythmg except myself Band 113 123 133 43 Cauldron Staff Phllosopher Staff Class Sec Treas 143 Student C0unc1l 113 143 Gay of heart and brlght of tace no one else can take her place A A 13 Chorus 113 123 Phllosopher Staff L1brar1an 113 Home Ec Club 133 143 Pres 143 Operetta 113 lVI1ller Anlta 1Neets3 Shes not a flower shes not a pearl shes just an all around noble glrl Dramatlc Club Ath1Qt1C Assn Sec Treas 133 Cauldron Staff Senlor Play Socral Scxence Club 133 143 Camera Club 143 Phllosopher Staff Class Presldent 123 Operetta 133 Chorus 133 143 A A 13 Treasurer 133 Presldent 143 Rapp Dorothy Mae 1Dot3 In club and group shes been quxte actlve We all agree that shes most attractrve Senlor Play Cauldron Staff V1ce Presdent 143 A A 13 Band 113 123 133 143 Secretary Treasurer 133 Soclal Sclence Club 133 Phllosopher Staff D A R Representatlve Rem, Raymond 1Ray3 H1s earnest expresslon makes a lastlng lmplesslon Senlor Play Soclal Scrence Club 133 Bus Mgr 1.53 Basketball 133 Student Councll 143 Camera Club 113 Class V1ce Presldent 133 Band 113 123 133 143 Sec Treas 143 Phllosopher Staff 1Cont1nued on Page 633 hge Seventeen 1 9 4 3 C ' L D N G. . . 113 123 3 143 G3 . .113123 3143 ' ' 1 ' ' 2 G. . .113 123 3 143 ' ' ' ' Class Sec.-Treas. 133 3 G. . . 113 123 3 143 ' G. . .113 123 3 143 , is . . . . I 1 THE AJ RO Row 1 Vlaulyn Mueller DOFIS Fort Ahce Rocke Peal le Re1ge1 V1rg1n1a Moser Row 2 ueuy Roecker Norma Grlmm Ethel Mae Gel ber Margaret SChIT121ll6Ilb9IgOl Shlrley Kruse Row 3 Dor1s Roth Dorothy Getz Joan Getz Ruth Zlmmerman Margaret Hauter Row 4 Lucxlle Jacob Yvonne Henson Ada Staker Rozanna U9bPFFhP1H Ruth Roth Row 5 Llla Mathls Elleen Z1mme1man Ernestlne Duke Mabel Belsley Madelyn Schxck Page Enghtccr Jumors OfflC61S Presldent Mal gal et Hauter Vlce Presldent Dan Strmac Secletary T1 easurex Bob Baurer Adxlsors HGIDGIT Could Betty M0lVlIl We feel confldent ln leavlng to thls years 1un1o1s the t1ad1t1ons and honor of M T H 5 l'h1s yeax has been successful fol them ln the fleld of academlcs and athletlcs The tall hav lack rlde vs h1ch was follow ed bx dellclous re school yeal The Phllosopher has enjoyed one of lts most successful veals due to the dlllgence 'md lngen ultv of the staff 1 9 4 3 C I L D N I freshments, was one of the highlights of the I . 'H R if 6 . . Q. . . 1 8 L , :D ' N M - M S as QI ' 'X A . . 1 Q THE 1943 CAULDRON Row 1: Myron Rutledge Dorothy Roecker Kay Stimeling ROW 2: Geraldine Krug Elwyn Miller C'yde Bruell Row 1 Erma Rocke Betty Davls Inez Brandt Ruth Crumrlne Dorothy Bauman Row 2 Lawrene Comstock Carolyn Vlsserlng NIHXIHG Brants GIOFIH Sorenson Velma Ackerman Row 3 Robert Strunk Robert Baurer Russel Hull Kenneth Jacob Rlchard Rellly Row 4 Nelson Roth Russell Zlmmerman Daud Hager Glen Marquart Bernlce Allenspach Row 5 Dan Strmac Harold Straesser Rlchard Lang Marks Goodyear P a9eNnten THE AU O Row 1 Ramona Grafelman AIICQ Musselman Eunice Stleghtz Ila Litwiller Mary McHenry Row 2 Betty Thompson Lois Hochstetler Dorothy Crumrmc Dorothy Schwarzenti aub Ellda Blrkey Row 3 Jesse Rohlfing Russell Yordy Wm Russell Ralph Roeckei Marvin Schmldgall Row 4 Bernadlne Gelgei Harold Witzig Louis Belsley Ivan Steiner Vernon Zimmerman Row 5: Willis Bauman James Shipps Richard Kent Wayne Marquart Marvin Getz P ge Twenty lil' Sophomores Offlceis Picsidcnt Paul btuckey Vice Fiesldent June L1tw1lle1 Qccict ly Tieasurei Donna Jean M1lle1 Advisors Bernard Rosenthal Mary Ellen DeVore 'Some of the green has uoln off and this class is piepaiin to caiiy on the traditions ot Vloiton Tox n hip h1 h school The social houi w as eminentlv successful and the annual x cm 1 ioist held at the Optimist cabin x is enjoy ed ly all xy ho attended The lovs s xx ell is the gnls weie actlve in thletlcs Basketball and baseball had their peicenti e of ophomoie talent and C1 A A C ll'llHlX PlOf1fCCl bv sophomoie participation QQ G if 1 W , . ' '53 x s as W THE UL RO Row 1 .limes T1lle1 Jean Shlpp Rlchard Dalllnger Row 2 Robert Andrews Orva Hunzlcker Robert Stevenson S2 ilwl Row 1 Lloyd Zobrlst MQFVIH Waldbeser Kenneth Huette Carrol Smlth Byron Koch Row 2 Robert Grlmm Rlchard Ackerman Myer Mendel Howard Canady Paul Stuckey Row 3 Wayne Gerber Gene lVI1ller Emogene Bachman Roberta Llndenberger Barbara Tuffentsamer Row 4 Florence Schenke Betty Moschel Vlolet Dlemer Margxe Getz Loxs Smlth Row 5 llene Kruse Donna Jean Mlller Patrlcla Broderlck Jerry Henson Mary Lou Strunk .L Page Twenty t TH AT O Row 1 Lenora Ackel man N01 ma Jean L1tw1lle1 FIHHCGS Roth Ellsle Mae Uhlman Mary AIICG Schaer Row 2 Eleanor Relnken Wllma Schlck Ex a Straesser L1ll1an Woerner Margaret Arnett Row 3 Ruth Huette Dolores Beyer V1I'glIl13 Getz Gladys Vissering Mary Rose Sorenson enty-two Freshmen Off1CGYS Presldent Howard Rapp Wayne btrunk Vlce Presldent Secretary T1easu1e1 Dolores Beyer Advlsors Isabeth Smxth Helen Waldorf We have some astoundlng freshles thls year they follow ed most of the tradltlons Wlth the exceptlon that they made a lot of money on the11 soc1al hour Thls large class entered as green as usual but contrlbuted the11 share to the scholastic re cord of the hlgh school and more than thelr hare to the athletlc endeavols We predlct that th1s class XVIH go far ln add 1n0' to the reputatlon of the school THE ULDRO Row 1 Gerald Mueller Rose Mary Jacob Nelson Wood Row 2 Ann Brandt Warren Renner Ruth Guth Row 3 lohn Homer Llleen Stetzler Paul Rlsen Row 4 Helen Smlth Darrel Beehm Ruth Belsley fl in 5? 'x 1 W' Row 1 Wayne Strunk Howard Goodyear Elmer C1 ager Don Rapp Albert Hohstadt Row 2 Arthur Bachman Robert Carlus W1ll1am Dalllnger Howard Rapp Wllllam Sanders Row 3 Jack Stumpf Lloyd Redlger Nyle Hochstettler Wayne Knappen F'ldon Tuffentsamer P g T ATHLETICS TH AU O Boseboll Morton s 42 reco1d was not an outstandlng one but It must be Sald that the whole team was 1n there tlghtmg all the tlme Facmg some top notch competltlon thev always gave the1r opponents a run for thelr money and came out on top 1n three contests The team lacked GYDEFIGHCE th1s year but w1th the1r only loss be1ng Fr1tz W1tZ1g through graduat1on they should come up NV1tl'1 one of the best n1nes 1n the Corn Belt League xn 43 The boys galned 1nvaluable GYDCPIQHCG 1n thls vear s play and th1s w1ll be a great asset to Coach Herbert Gould when he whlps h1s 1943 team 1nto shape PERSONNEL RAPP Howard tHodJ Th1s freshman proved to be a relxable second baseman IH h1s flrst year of play and w1ll be a valuable asset to next year s squad SHIPPS James CJ1mJ A good llttle hltter and a sklll ful 1nf1elder Jlm w1l1 make a good man tor next year s team RUTLEDGE Myron iRuntJ Runt 1n h1s flrst year at M T H S was a valuable man on the team Runt dld a good Job of handlmg the recelvlng end be h1nd the plate RAPP Donald iDonJ Don IS another promlslng fresh man and w11l be Counted on for blg th1ngs 1n h1S remalmng years as a member of the squad WITZIG Frltz fFrazJ Captaln and pltcher of the team Frltz graduates th1S year and w1ll be mlssed very much on the squad next year Frxtz d1d a good Job of fleldlng and hlttlng l' -Zio" E 1 9 4 3 C L D R . 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Q , . . . , A Q V we T as " kk MHIVIH Splv Cetz Myron "Runt" Rutledge Russell "Hubbell" Hull Robert "Bob" Strunk THE AUL STRMAC Damel fDanJ Fast llttle center flelder he d1d h1S share of work on the squad Dan IS just a Junlor and w1ll be very rellable on the team next year BAURER Robert fBobJ Bob IS a Jumor thls year and played left f1eld on the team He IS a rellable player and lb expected to do his share of the work on the team next year GETZ Marvm CSDIVJ Left handed flrst baseman on the squad th1s year SDIV IS Just a sophomore and IS rellable and experlenced as an lflfleldel' He also d1d h1S share of the hlttmg WITZIG Harold fBertJ A steady nerved sophomore and a strong batter playmg thlrd base Bert IS a good prospect for the commg two years LOBRIST Lloyd fBudJ A ut1l1ty player qulck IH thought and mlghty Wlth the bat W111 see plenty HULL Russell CHubbellJ A very rellable play er Wlth plenty of experlence playlng short stop and sharlng the atchmg dutles Watch h1m go next year' STRUNK Robert fBobJ Although It was h1S flrst yeal of playmg Bob dld a flne Job at rlght fleld and was a very good slugger ROTH Nelson fNell1eJ Nell1e was the foul ball chas er bat racker and general handy man through the season Any s1m1lar1ty between Nell1e and a foul ball IS purely colncldental GOULD Herbert fCoachJ A man well versed 1n base ball and a dandy fellow Hls helpful guldance and mstructlon was a valuable asset to the team D O N Nelson Nellle Roth Pobert Bob Baurer Howard Hod Rapp Damel Dan Strmac Harold Bert W1tZ1g J1mmy Jlm Sh1ppS Page T enty seven 1 9 4 3 C R H ' !l v ,. Q ,' A , ,.,, 7 D 1 ,uw- v ' 4 r . . . . .a "" , 1 - 1, ! ot servlce 1n his next two years. , A . 7 y . 4 , . . . 4 7 7 . . '- ! L 3 Y . . I 1 - 1 . v. - 4 ' 1 ' . L as u ll D7 ' KK 97 U 77 ' ' ' KL ' H ' ,, . T H E A U R O INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS NEXT SEASON S SCHEDULE Players H Wltzlg D Stlmac J Shlpps Strunk Getz Wltzlg Baurer Rutledge Rapp Hull Zobrlst Lang Pc kiorton at BIHCKIHHVV b4 5.5 lo Z8 Z 8 ZZ 4 153 1 U U UO Totals Won 3 lost 4 428 per cent ZZD THE SEASON S RESULTS Morton Opponents Macklnaw Del avan MIHIGP Green Vallev Hopedale Tremont Armlngton Delavan at Morton MIHIQF at Morton Morton at Green Valley Hopedale at Morton Morton at Tremont Armlngton at Morton It IS hoped that condltlons a1e such that the schedule may be carrled out because of the fact that the team Wlll be fortlfled wlth lettermen who have a year Ol more of QXDGFIGHCG Ih1S w1ll no doubt show up ln the won and lost column next year We ale IIOIJIIIV' fo many WINS and tem losses next season ould Don Rapp Howard Rapp James Shlpps Russell Hull Bob Strunk Myron Rutledge B111 Sanders Llovd Zobr st Nelson Roth manager Front row left to rlght Marv Getz Dan Strmac R1ch Lang Bob Baurer Harold W1tz1g lfrltz Wlt Back row left to rlght Coach 71 Page Twenty eight 1 9 4 3 C L D N AB R H t. ' ' , . ' ' 22 5 8 .3 ' . ' 18 7 6 .3' ' ' . ' 16 3 5 .3 " - - R. 21 2 6 .' 6 ' M. 21 4 5 .' 3 . F. ' ' 22 5 5 .' ' 7 R. 23 4 4 .17 ' M. 15 2 2 . ' ' . . H. 18 4 2 . 11 . R. 11 2 0 . U ' L. ' 3 O 0 . 0 D. Rapp 1 O 0 .000 . R. 0 U 0 .000 . 191 38 43 .' ' 7 ' I 1 ' ' 1 ' 10 I ' V ' 7 3 - - 10 ' ' 8 ' ' 0 V 6 ' - ' 3 5 . ,, ,- - , 14 7 D L 3 ' 6 . jg. y , THE AU RO Basketball Robert Baurer Cforwardl A Junlor was a valuable asset to th1s yeal s team Hls deceptlve floorplay and good Sl'lOOtll'lg w1ll be a blg help to next year s f1V9 MHIVIH Getz fguardl SDIV an ag gresslve llttle guard was always 111 there after the ball and kept many an opponent from scorlng by hls el f9Ct1V0 guardlng Splv will be back tor two more Vears ot play Frltz WltZ1g fCapta1nJ Eraz the on for the team HIS reboundlng and Sll0Ot1f1g w1ll be mlssed xery much next year Bob Strunk Cguardl Wlth hls tlne guardlng Bob kept many an oppon ent h1gh scorer from gettmg basl ets Thls along Wlth hls accurate eye for the basket should bolstcl the team 1n hls last year of com petltlon Russell Hull fforwardl Th1S Junlor s keen eye for the basket kept Mor ton ID the runnlng ln many a game th1s season Hubbell s shootlng ab1l 1ty w1ll be a blg asset to the next year s f1V9 Howard Rapp fforwardl In h1S tlrst year or h1gh school compet1t1on Hod dld some fme work tor the varslty As he IS only a treshman he w1ll be back tor three more year of play at Morton Hlgh Nelson Roth Ccenterl Nellle a blg SIX foot two 1nche1 helped wln many a g 1me tor the reserves Wlth his reboundlng ablllty and hghtxng next year s team Harold Wltzlg fforwardl Bert a tall rangy sophomore rendered a great servlce to th1s years squad Hxs clean cool headed play w1ll help h1m very much 1n h1S next two years of basketball compet1t1on Donald Rapp Cguardl DOHHIC had a lot to do NVlth the success of the re serve thlc year He IS a freshman and th1s year s experlence w1ll help h1m a great deal ln comlng years B ck row left to rlght Paul Stuckey B111 Sanders Don Rapp Howard Rapp Gerald Mueller Harold Wltzlg Gene Mlller Elvxyn Mlller Davld Hager Coach Gould Fxont row left to rlght Dan Strmac Bob maurer Nelson Roth Frltz Wltzlg Bob Strunk Russell Hull MHTVIH Getz Seated on floor Robert L arlus l Page Twenty nm: 1 9 4 3 C L D N . , . - 4 y l ' Y ' . I u . . v , 1 ' u N ' u . . ' 1 - . ' . , . . . S 1. Y A 1 ' ' 44 ' H ' - , , l , 1 . - K 7 I 'Y . - - 2 . , s u a ly senior on the squad, was center Splflt, he Will be H good man OU - . . 7 5 . . ' . 7 . . Y 7 Y S lv . ' 9 ' ' r - ig . . , . 1 . . S .V I. . . . . . , , y , , El '. . G .Z '.' U l - ' ' ' ' ,f 1 y 7 r 7 n l Coach Gould Basketball Dan Stunar' tguirdl Dannv was another valuable man on thls years aggregatlon Dan IS a Jun1or thls year and h1s last hard flghtlng play xx 111 be needed on next Veal s team Robert Carlus lManagerJ Bob was the llttle guy who '1lxx ays kept the sults and equlpment ln perfect order flnd alvt lys bxought out the refreshments ln tlme outs 'md qu xrtels Bob IS llttle but fm tul handy COUNTX TOURNAMENT Molton 34 MIHIGF 36 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Mol ton '78 Pekln 41 Robert Bob brrunk Fxedeuck Fr1t7 W1t71g Donald Don Rapp Damel Dan Strmac PgThy T H E l 9 4 3 C L D R N . ,, , 4 C U . , . . . . . . ,. . . 7. Y ,J W . . V I . . L A Q . fz . 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H 7, - 41' H ' 77 ' ' Sl YY ' I6 17 ae irt BASKETBALL CAMES PLAYED THIS SEASON Wlth the loss Ol sucn players as B111 Spahr Johnny Getz Jesse Mus selman and Eldon Bauman through graduatxon and also Ernle Rassl and Husk Blrtelmay xx ho jomed the U S Marlnes Morton started out thls year Wlth an lnexperlenced bunch ot players As the season rolled on how ever Morton became one ol the toughest teams ln the county lhe boys ran 1nto some stlff compet1t1on agaln thrs year as the record ot elght wms and twelve losses wlll show However many of these losses were due to competltlon llke East Peorla Peorla Manual Pekln and hureka Prospects are brlght for next year Wlth the return of every member ot the squad Wlth the exceptlon ot lfrltz Wltzlg who w1ll graduate Much Cfedlt IS due Coach Gould tor h1 flne work wlth the 1942 43 team The team fought hard rn every game and dlsplayed clean sportsmanllke play at all tlmes Th1s alone IS a tr1 bute worthy of hlgh DFHISQ not only to the team but to the school T H E A U R O GAMFS AND SCORES Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton 16 Dee Creek .33 Green Valley 22 Armlngton 20 East Poorla 49 Tremont 25 Tremont 34 Cirlook 21 Peorla Manual Delavan 29 East Peorla 45 Green Valley .52 MIHIGF 27 Tremont "4 Deer Creek 23 Washlngton 47 Eureka 47 47 Delavan 37 Harold Bert WltZlg Robert Bob Baurer MHFWID Splv Getz Howard Hod Rapp 1 9 4 3 C L D bt I J Y I . - .r , ' ' ' ' . 19- ' ' ' 45- ' . y. u , u 1 - . ' ' 13-' I -- Ll Y! E , 7 . - Q 19- - ' . 1 ky. . L i 2s- ' . -, ' ' 29- 1. ' . . . ' . . 20- ' i - ' ' - 47. ' " - 33- . 7 7 1 ' - ' ' 7 l 19- . ' .. ' . ' 22- ' 29- ' H . - - - Morton 19-Washington 18. I U ' '. ' ' 4 37- 9 ., s 2 '- . - 30- . ' U I . ' E 32- ' . '. . ' 21- . K6 77 ' ' U ll ,' U ' H TH AU RO Mr Gould Dan Strmac Trock RAPP Hovs ard Thls young freshman garnered many needed polnts ln the VHFIOUQ meets th1S season Hod s speclalty IS the hop step and Jump WITZIC' Harold In h1s flrst Vea1 out fo1 track Bert dld a f1ne Job ln the dlstance runs He has a H106 strlde and should lmprove Ill h1s next two years STRMAC Dan Danny a Junlor and one of the most valuable track men on the squad th1s year almost al ways won two or three flrsts 1n one meet It IS hoped that Dan wlll contlnue hls fme work next year LANG Rlchard Rlch the Allentown lflash whose speclalty was short dlstance runs racked up a lot ot polnts for thxs years squad He Wlll be a valuable man to the team next year RAPP Donald Don another freshman who made hls hurdler and relay man Don s llttle but fast REIN Raymond Ray the only senlor on the team W111 be mlssed a great deal when next year rolls around H1s numerous flrsts and seconds xn varlous meets th1S sprlng proved hxs ab1l1ty to pole vault STUCKEY Paul ThlS llttle sophomore proved hlS abll 1ty as a track man wlth hls pole vault and dlscus Th Bob Baurer Jlm Sh1ppS Halold WltZ1g Don Rapp s v E 1 9 4 3 C L D N I debut in track atv Morton Highuwas an excellent low ,K K4 L' e irt -two ' . I . ' 1 THE AULDRO prowess We know that the team w1ll want his ser VICQQ agaln next year SHIPPS J1m Another speedy sophomore who plcked up a lot of polnts th1s year J1m was a good hurcller and relay man thlg year and should lmprove a lot by next sprlng MARQUART Glenn Glenn was a speedy llttle halt m1l er and proof of this was hlS many flrsts and seconds 1n th1s event As he IS Just a Junlor he w1ll be back GRIMM Robert ThlS was Bobs flrst attempt at track should lmprove 1n hls next two years SCHMIDGALL Marvln Marv was the Welght man tor the team th1s year H1s ab1l1ty to heave the shot was a b1g help to Coach Gould s squad ZIMMERMAN Vernon Vern was another llttle sopho more who rendered a great servlce to the 4.3 team Well expect blg thlngs from hlm next year RENNER Warren Agaln IH track Warren served as general handyman for the team H1s tender and lov 1ng care was always deeply appreciated GOULD Herbert iCoachJ As the results of the season w1ll show the team enjoyed a successful year under the guldance of Coach Gould H1s sound advlce and help was a marked asset to the 4.5 track team 1 9 4 3 C . , . at Morton High. Although he didn't win any firsts, he ' 1 l Y r ' ' , . - v ' Q ' 1 ' , , . 7 . 1 I Paul Stuckey Howard Rapp Glenn Marquart Rlch Lang THE AU RO Track The track team along w1th baseball and basketball th1s year lacked ex per1ence For many of the boys t Xl as the11 f1rst yea1 of track competl tlon However to look at the sco1e of some of the meets you would nex er know lt Paced by Danny Strmac who generally copped two or thre fnsts 1n each meet the team came out on top ln several contests There were about twenty men on the squad th1s yea1 and though some of the boys dldnt get many po1nts they were always there ready to work Jack Stumpf Russell Yordy Ivan Ste1ner B111 Sanders and Bob Strunk who was 111 durlng the b1ggGSt part ot the season are a few of these boys The team w1ll suffer the loss of on ly Ray Rem th1s year through gradu atlon Wlth all of the young blood back agaln next sprlng we know that Coach Goulds boys 11111 d1Splay the same Splflt and dete1m1nat1on that they dld th1S Vear Hou about t boys? TRACK MEET RESULIS At Mamto Morton 20 Tremont 28 M3HltO 50 At Morton M01 ton 71 MIHIQF 24? Deer Creek U At Morton Mo1ton 511 Deer creek 17 lremont 48 Hopedale .221 At Delavan Morton 39 Delavan 68 At Morton Morton 49 Tremont 59 Flrst Row left to rlght 1Seatedl J1m Shlpps Wayne Strunk Paul Stuckey Danny Strmac Ralph Roecker R1chard Kent Dav1d Hager 2nd Row left to r1ght Bob Car1us B111 Sanders Harold W1t71 Glenn Marquart MHTVIH scnmrd gall Don Rapp Vernon Z1mmerman Mr mould Back Row Bob Baurer Bob Grlmm Warren Renncr Gerald Mueller R1Ch Lang Howard Rapp Ray Rem Jack Stumpf Pa ge Thnrty four y Y. . . . 7 1 O ' ' ' ' ' c U 7 - 'YY1 . ' i , 1 7 -1 1 1 F- I p ' , 1 U 047. ' . ' "4 ' 1 9 21 U 1 LJ' 1- 1 - - 0 - 1 1 G . 1, '- - ' r- - - 1 1 1 . . . 1 Y c, . . , , ' I V . 7 - 1 177- 'T . V' , , 21 1 f 1, - Y , 1 2' 1 9 . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' , . 1 1 - . . Q . , . b v , ' . '. . ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 -31 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , . THE 1943 CAULDRO Let tr rlght Don Fort Carol Strunk Sh rley Kruse Cheer Ledclers In all our years of hlgh school basketball season has never been as EYClt1l'1g as thls year It was our flrst tlme at cheerleadlng and lt was an mterestlng one We hope We fultxlled what we set out to do and congratulate the boys on a good season At out of town games we tray eled wlth the team and had one good tlme Wm or lose We all hope next year wxll be a success ful one and that the cheerleaders to come have as much fun as We have had I m sure lt We had Heres a b1t of advxce to you cheerleaders that take our places ln years to come Don t Walt t1ll the last mlnute to do a blt of QXGFCIS or youll be sore and I do mean sore But I guess that all comes m chcerleadlng and It doesnt last the Whole season Now 1n hlgh school we don t reallze Just how much tun we are hax mg but these tlmes Wlll never come agaln Don t let someone else have all the tun Joln IH yourself' Carol Dorls and Shlrley Th ' i I ! . ' A c l' 7 ' , . . s . C it to do over again we'd still have as much fun. . , - 1 1 l - fx K-'Y 7 , . , Y . . , . , , . . . 7 , 1 . . 1 Y l . , . - - 1 , . B 2 I If , me 'If ACTIVITIES H AU RO Cauldron Stott Ed1tOI 1n Chlef Fr1tz W1tz1g Asslstant Ed1tor Anlta Mlller BUSINESS Manager Carol Strunk Cnculatxon Manager LOUISE Blrkey Asslstant C1rcu1at1on Manager Betty Frank Alumnl Edltor Martha Jane Burger Calendar Edltor Marle Eumce Grlmm AdV6ItlS1Hg Staff Joe Jacob Dorothy Mae Rapp Edlth Stuckey Calvln Zobrlst FRITZ WITZIG AND D0115 Dletrlch Fmtz as edltol In Chlet Sports Edltors Robert Hasty Calvm Zobrlst has done excellent xxolk on photography Ray Reln the Cauldlon and Calol as buslness mantgel hxs also done het moth well AdVlSO1Q Mrs Hoyt Mr Jacquat OIgHY11Zd.t1Ol1'i Edxth Getz Wllma Belsley Back Row left to rlght Martha Burger Arllta Mlller Edlth Getz Dorothy Rapp Dorls Dletrlch MHFIE Eumce Grlrnrn Second Row Glenn Jacquat Loulse Mae Blrkey Edlth Stuckey Carol Strunkvhlma Belsley Betty 1-rank Ray Rem Front Row Calv1n Zobrlst Robert Hasty Freq STICK Wltug L5 le Blrky and Joe Jacob P 9 Th ky ght T E 1 9 4 3 C L D N I CAROL STRUNK Joke Editor ,LLLtLLLL.LLLLcc..........,.LLtL......,. Ila Jean Stieglitz y LL THE A Phllosopher Stoll Fust Semestel Bob Strunk Ruth Roth Llla Mathls Shlrley Krust Al1ce Rockc Norma Grlmm Dorls Fort Rlchard Lang Elwyn Mlller Bud Hull Rofanna Ucberrheln Rozanna Ueberrhun Margaret Hautel Glorla Sorenson Yvonne Henson Mabel Belsley Gerry Roecker Carolyn Vlsserlng Dan Strmac Allce Rocke Betty Gerber Ethel Gerber Pat Broderxck Margatet Arnett Mxss Melv1n Mr Gould Edltor Asslstant Ed1tor BUSIHLSS Mgr Advcrtlslng My Joke Edltor Alumnl Edltor Scandal Sports Edltor G A A Home Economlcfz Band Art Edltors Exchange Ednor Chorus Assemblles Student Counc1l Q lass Reporters Second Semester Bob Baure A1109 Rocke Ethel C erbe Norma f rlmm If lwyn Mlller Joan Get Rofanna Ueberrhe1n Llla Mathl Russell l-lull Velma Ackerman Qarolvn Vlsserxng Nelson Rotr Gerry Roecker Yvonne Henson Roaanna Ueberrhelr Madelyn SCh1Cl" Glenn Marquart Margaret Haute Martha Burger Erma Rocke Elda Blrkey Jack Stumpt MISS Melv1n Advlsors Mr Gould DRO PHILOSOPHER STAFF IN ACTION' buslness manager, L1la Ma th1S are plctured above They have done great work ln w11t1ng and mlmeographmg the Phxlosopher and gettlng It out on trme Br-10k ROW Left t0 Right Mabel B61Sl9y berry Roecker Ruth Roth Carolyn VlSS6I'1I'1g Margaret Hauter Eluyn M11ler Dan Strmac Second Row INIISS MQIVIH Rozanna Ueberrhe1n Norma Grlmm Ethel Gerber Allce Rocke Yvonne Henson Dorls Fort Front Rovs Rlchard Lang Shlrley Kruse Russell Hull Glorla Sorenson Bob Strunk and Llla Mathrs Pag TH: 1 9 4 3 C U L N 0 ' " It '. I ! Q - K-1 m -' y-. . 3 ' ' v x x ' I Y ' I ,S . ' f Editor Bob Strunk and . . q , , y I ' ' ' ' V , f ' Z 'w u '. . ' I N - '. , . , . f: f J , ' , 1 , , 1 1 ,Y X , '. . ': , : - ty-nnlc THE AU DRO INT THE RED AGAIN? Maybe so but at any rate Marg Hauter secretary IS dolng her best to stralghten thmgs up Frltz Wltzlg and Bob Strunk look on hopelul Athletlo Assoolotlon Of IC rf: Pre-sldent Fr1tz Wxtzlg l'1cs1r 1 Robert btrunk Secret uv l'1e'1sme1 Margaret Hauter l vmv membe oi our school li a member oi the Mhletlt As ommon Through the efto1ts ot thxs org.,an14at1on lthlttlcfs and VHIIOUS School tunctlons xre promoted the Athletlc Asaoclatlon was largely leaprnslble for the succeas of the School scrap metal cluve ln the fall of 1942 Advlsols of the asfsoclatlon are as follows James C Hatcher He1be1t D Could Glenn E Jacquat and Vllse Mary Fllen Devo1e Back row left to rlght Mr Jacquat Mr Gould M Hatcher Front row left to rlght Marg Hauter Fr1t7 Wltzlg, Bob Strunk MISS DeVore Page Forty 1 9 4 3 C L N . . . Q fu fri' Vice ' 'r."l1nt E E, ,E E, , ' 1 4 v -' - . 1 1 5. . f .V I t , V ,, , , - Q' . ,. ' 1 . ' ' J , v l . . 4 1.1 4. l 1 . i . , In .Y . I x . i. . . l . 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I, . , . 3 ,EEE THE AD RO GAA 1 he Girls Athletlc ASSOCl3tlOD xx as fo1 med to p10 mote lntelest 1n physlcal 1ct1v1t1es spo1tsmansh1p and health G A A OfflCL1Q for the year 1949 1043 810 rs lol lows Presldent Anlta M1lle1 Secretary Jesse Rohlflng Here IQ MISQ Dexore our Gym teache1 and advlsor ot G A A She IS patlently YV3lt1l'lg for those g1rls who ale always late for gym The glrls took part IH ouruoors sports basketball baseball, badmmton and volley ball durmg the past year F1rst Row Lett to B1ght Ethel Gerber lla Jean Stxeghtz lVlar1e Eumce Gr1mm Wllma Belsley MISS DeVore June Yentes Bernlce Allenspach Cprdldmg Krug 2nd Row Carolyn VlmS6I'11"lg Rozanna Ueberrhem L1la Math1s Dorothy Roecker Marllyn Muellel Allce Muselman EIIZHDQIH Kaufman Mary Lou Strunk Edlth Getz Norma Crlmm Carol Qtrunk Roberta Llndenburger Mar ga1etHauter Joan Getz Dorothy Mae Papp Frma Rocke Lucllle Jacob 'Srd Pow Al1ce Rocke Madelme 5ch1ck Welma Ackerman Eumce btlegllll Betty Prank Florence Gunther Margle Getz Gerry Henson Dorothy Bauman 4th Row Ruth Poth Mlldred Rlsen Anita Mlller Iou1se Mae B1rke5 Dor1s D1etr1ch Martha Burger Llda Blrkey Bernadme Gelger Barbara Tuttentsamer Betty Thompson Jean Sh1ppS JQSSIQ Rohltmg Donna Je n M1lle 'lene Kruze Mary McHenry Florence Qehenke Ramona Grafelman Page Forty one 1 9 4 3 C ' L D N O M . , . . . Q I 1 I I C . . . . ' an T 1 . .-. G 2. ' - Treasurer .r,.ar..tsDDr,raarrr,r....rar.rr,r..,.ttaa Margaret Hauter WAIT! WAIT! WAIT! . 7 - - .. I M 7 , . i ' 1 ' ' ' 7 f . . -f I f 1 ' , A- . f f Y ! 'I .7 in V X7 I V v 1 v 1 r . 'L v F . r ' 'x . , , . , 4 , . t u 'I 5 , ! 7 'Y I ll . . ' y Q ' 7 Q . y . ' . yy: - A' Y . . v , J.. Y 7 ' ' 7 ! . l 1 H 7 A I 7 The Bond Offleers Plesldent P 1 lt! VV1tZ1 Vlct Plesldent MCIIQIICI Hautel Qtelet ny 'llelsulel R lymond H9111 Llbl lIl1l'1 LaVe1ne Apple New clnectol new muslc' new Qplllt new enthus usm 1nd lots of new members Char1Cte117e out lnnd thls yer We eonsldel OLIIQPIVCS extremely lOlTLll'l 1te 111 h lung such an evccellent d11QCtOl M1 Rosa nth 11 has ployed to be more than 1 cxpfahlt TAKING LHB EASY, dl1OCfOI He 18 rlso 1 lllend mstructor and gLlldC M1 Rosenthal IHGUIZZIUEI 111 tllbuted enthusmsm and excltement to exch oi the that pause that lefleshes bqqketbqll games after 1ehea1sal MUSIC hath chalms and so h 1th M1 Rosenthal The bind gut 1 291195 of th1ee Coneelts It con The band h'1s made very deflnlte progress IH out flttlflg themselves 1n new L1H1fOFH'1S Left to rlght fust roxy L1Ve1ne Apple Erma Rocke Gladys Vlsserlng Mary Lou Qtrunlx hthel Mae Gerber ind roxy Mye1 Mendel Howard Raop Carol Strunk Bernlce Allenspaeh Vkaynt Knappen Delores Beyer John Horner Gerry Hensor Ma Jorle Getz V1rg1n1a Getz L11a NIHTHIS 3rd row Jessle Rohlflng Roberta Llndenberger Dorothy Getz Donna Jean M1ller Jean bhlpp Bemadlne P91g9I' Dorothy Mat Rapp Margaret Hauter Albert Hohstadt Jack Stumpt Russell Yordy Lloyd Zobrlst Martha Jane But 91 Rozanna Tleberrheln Velma Ackerman 'Nelson Roth Frxtz W1t71g Ray Peln btandlnff Dorothy loeekel Barbara Tuffentsamer Mr Rosenthal B111 Sanders Geraldme Krug Harold W1t71g Pa ge Forty two ' 1 9 4 3 C L D N Y ' O 1 1' '1' 1 ' 'fr ' ff-- ---f-fff - ----' 1 ff--"f - - 1 rw ' 1 1' , 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 '1 . 1 1 1 . 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H A RO The Chorus Offreer s Pr c srdr nt Fdrth btuekey barrel rry Trr rsurrr Betty ber ber Lrbrarrfrn Lourse Mae Brrkey Dnector Mrs Robert Hoyt The frrst Chorus rs compo ed of grrls lrom all four clrs rs 'lhrs group IS Chosen for therr vsrde 1'I1Llb1C11 Lxpurenee They have aequrred the abrlrty to read musrc and also to express themselves musr cally The musrc lrbr ny has been uctended by the 'rd d1t1on of elassrc semr classrc and popular selectlons A set of rrsers xx as burlt for the chorus Thrs en ables a flner blend of xorces frnd also adds to the rppe ranee of the group LE FTING OFF STEAM' are strarnrng therr vocal chords rn an effort to brrng forth those tones vxhreh are so pleaslng to the ear Frrst Row I efr ro Rrght Mrs How Dorls D1etr1Ch Glorra Sorenson Alrce Musselman Donna Mrller Vrrg nrfr L U Bernrer Allenspach second Row Ruth Roth June Lrmrller Loursr Mae Brrkey Eunrcr glllgllll hdnh Stuclxry Mrdelrnr behlck Gladys Vrssrrrng Marre Isunrce Lrrrnm hrma Pocke Jo n Ce 1 Rrttx Frrbu Franers Roth Thrrd Row Carolyn Vrsserrng Ethel C erber A1106 Pocke Norma Grrmm Margaret Hauter Jean Lrtwrller Vdrth Cetz Anrta Mwller Page Forty three T E 1 9 4 3 C U L D N X y as as A ' ' ixT1 Zu - uxz Aw vin V V 1 v h . 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H AU RO ONE TVVO THREE '11I'I'1'i belong to our duectoi Mrs Hoyt bhe is trying to accomplish the gieat task ot getting these xx aibling gnls to bring foith their most gorgeous tones Chorus The choi us has appealed in public numerous times and xx ith thc help of Mrs Hoyt hfxs been very successful Among their p xfoimances xx as the spiing conceit which xx is the first 'ill choius concert given here in a number of years The second chorus is also composed entirely ot gnls It is '1 ttfuning choius The girls have work ed especially hard and have made much progress prerequisites for the first chorus They appeared in public with the first chorus in the spring concert Front rovx left to right Ann Brandt Mary borenson Ruth Huette Warren Renner Margaret Ar nett Elsie Mae Lhlman Ruth Guth Second row left to right Mrs Hoyt Wilma Schick Rosemary Jacob Ivan Steiner Eleanor Reinken Dorothy Bauman Lucille Jacob Third rofx left to right Palph Roecker Bob btey ensfn Eva Straesser Eileen Stetzler Lanora Ack erman Paul Stuckey Marvin Getz Bob Grimm Page Forty four T E 1 9 4 3 C L D N O I ' ,, , 1 ' ' ' x i 3 . V. , -X I .L . . Y , L L , 7 Y . VL 5 I s 1 ' Q ni . 1 A , 4 .L C L 5 . . . Y L s -fi C 'L A ' W T -,- ' ' ' , , .T ri ' Y ' 1 s n. This back and extended They are gaining ability and experience that are C 1 K 1 T T, , I ' ., ' , 5 . I ' X 71 Y u 1 L l 1 Q ' TJ v v . v ' THE Ab RO Student Counc1l Offlcers Pres dent Frltz Wltzlg V1ce Pres1dent Robert Strunk Secretary 'l1easurer Margaret Hauter Th1S year the Student Councll was reorganlzed to take up dutles where It left off two years ago lt IS an orgamzatlon founded on pr1nc1ples s1m1lar to other student counc1l organ1zat1ons 1n h1gh schools and colleges The offlcers of the councll are the offlcers of the Athletlc Assoclatlon and each class has two repres entat1ves ln the membershlp After the classes nom mate representatlves the faculty approves the nom 1nat1ons and returns the names to the classes for the electlon of the1r two members Nommees must hav a scholastlc average of B or hlgher The counc1l s purpose IS to better the school Dur 1ng the past few months It has organlzed the scrap metal drlve purchased a servlce flag and honor plaque and started the sale of war stamps IH the school The councll attempts no dlsclplmary measures and accepts no respons1b1l1ty for breaches of d1SC1p lme All measures adopted by the councll are sub Ject to the school adm1n1strat1on approval PUT ER IN' In th1s corner we have the presldent of the Student Councll Frltz W handmg a check to Mr Hatcher to put ln the safe Th1S check was recelved from the recent scrap drlve Back Row left to rlght Robert Baurer Gene M1l1er Mr Hatcher Ray Reln Joe Jacob Front Row left to rlght Margaret Hauter l'r1tZ Wltzlg Donna Mlller Bob Strunk Allce Rocke Page Forty Eve 1 9 4 3 C ' L D N 9 U L T U tt.l...,tcctttt.t,.rrct lcc. f..tl..rrlrtctrrr.fcc ' ' '- rt W Advisor ...,rrrcr7.....rrrrr,.. James Hatcher Q at 3 THE AU RO EAT HFARLY MATES A group of hlgh students enjoylng one of those sump tuous Home Ee meals that MISS Waldorf IS supervlslnq IH her well knovtn efflelent manner Home Economlcs Club Offleers P1es1dent Ellzabeth Kaufman Vlee Pres1dent No1ma Grlmm Seeletary Jean Lltwlller T1easurer June L1tw1ller AdV1SOl Mlss Helen Waldort Mlss Helen 'vva1do1f IS the adv1sor of our Home heonomles Club whleh held 1tS regula1 meetmgs un de1 her capable dl19C'E1Ol'1 The County Home Eeonom1es Rally was nelu at mast Peorla thls year and Ahee Roeke xx as our re presentatlve Elda Bxrkey was chosen to be our re lnstead of havlng a dlstrlet rally thls xear, the sehools are pLlbl1Shll'lg two news letters Last fall the members of the elub gave an 1nv1 tatlon and balbeeue party to 1n1t1ate the freshman gnls and at Chrlstmas tlme We had a glft exchange party Left to Rlfzht flrst row Ro7anna Ueberlheln hthel Cerber L1la M3fhlS M155 Waldort Ma 19 L Crlmm June Yentes Wllma Belsley Velma Aexerrnan 2nd row L1ll1an Woerner Betty lhomp son Carolvn V1SS9ll"l,fZ Dorothy Bauman Luellle Jacob M3F11yH Mueller Ellzabeth Kautman Norma Grxmm Poberta Llndenberger Flex nee Sebenke hlleen Kruse Margaret Hauter Bernlee Allenspaeh Jessle Rohlfxrg 3rd rom Vern Roth FwaM1r1e Straesser Wllma Sehlek Franels Roth L nora A k rman Ilene bttlfler Jean Lltwlller LOIS Hoehstettler Ann Brandt Jean Schlpp Pat Broderlek Back row June Lltvuller Ruth C nh V1010tD19D'l9l EISIQ Uhlman Alyee rtoeke Pose Mary Jacob Mary Sehaer Dorothy QTUTUTIIIG Bernadme Gelger Barbara Tuffentsamer Elda Blrkey Betty Gerber Mary Rose Sorenson Ana Staker Erma Rocke Dorothy Getz Margaret Arnett Ruth Huette Eleanor Remken Page Forty sux 1 9 4 3 C L D N . - l 1 1 1 1 F4 presentative for next fall. Due to war conditions, 4 I J 7-1 ., 3 - . yy K K g 4 , . . . C 1 - 1 . . r. 1 Y 1 f F 1 - . V 1 l I V 1 ' . 1 N . L 1 1? 1 it 1 1 v C ' ' '.V. ': Aa. ,J 2' , " ' , n , 3 C. Q 1 W X '4 1 ' - 1 I 1 . , 1 . 1. ' ' ' - 'I ' 1 91 , ', 1 ' ' . gt' Q C 1 V Y v i if 3 - ' . i ' ,R Y . Y! i 1 A vi ' 3 J " Y ' 1 4 f . 1 11 THE AU RO M Club Presldent Bob Strunk Vlce Prcs1dent Russell Hull Secretary Treasurer MHFVIH Getz The M Club the newest OIgE:IlfllLdtlOH 1n our school IS made up ol boys xx ho have e uncd lt least one letter whlle par t1c1p ltlng 1n 1nterschol1st1c ith letlcs at Morton Hlgh Duc to the fact th xt the cluh was not formed untll early th1S sprlng ltS actlvltxe for the most part were confmed to general organl Coach Herbert D Gould and Athletlc Dlrector Glenn E Jacquat the offxcers of the club drew up a good constltutlon whlch w1ll serve as a gulde ln lts future act1v1t1es Next year the club hopes to sponsor many soclal and athletlc programs whlch w1ll provlde enjoyabl entertamment for the student body THE PAUSE. THAT WAb PHOTOGRAPHED Mr Gould the M Club sponsor IS shown above 1n one of those well known tac 1al GXDFQSSIOHS of h1S Left to Rlght back row Bob Baurer Russell Hull Mr Gould FFITZ W1t71g Bob Strunk Front Row Harold W1t71g Marvxn Getz Lanlel Strmac Myron Rutledge Howard Rapp Page Forty seven 1 9 4 3 C L D N - ' -VK I zation. With the whole-hearted help of lts advisors, A M ,.ll y THE JUST BEFORE THE FATAL STEP Th1s IS a plcture of the cllmax of the senlor play Wh1Ch found the two br1des, Dor1s and W1lma about to be "h1tched Semor Class Ploy 1he play When Two Declde Vv as glven Novem ber 24 1942 by the senlor class The Cast MISS Jordan Dor1s D1etr1ch Mrs G1lbert A'11ta M11lev Members of the Sororlty tLaVonne Patterson! Wllma Belsley lLuc1llel Shlrley Schult 1DorothyJ Edlth Stuckey llonel Edlth Getz lMlll1 cent? Carol Strunk 4MarthaJ Dorothy Mae Rapp lJeanJ Verna Roth 4Ela1nel Betty Cerber fJoseph1neJ Marle Eun lce Gr1mm lV1v1anJ LaVerne Apple llrenel Mlldred HIS en 4T1ml June Yentes 1AnnJ Florence Gunther lD1X19J LOUISE Mae Blrkey 4G1or1aJ Betty Frank Mr Rlchard Frazler Ray Rem Ph1l1p Kmg Fr1tz W1tz1g Clayton H111 Raymond Huette Kenneth Barrmgton Marvm Srnlth The Reverend Mr Morrlson Lyle B1rky It was a three act comedy wrltten by our d1rector MISS Drake and portrays l1fe ln a soror1ty house on a busy Sat urday It culmlnated 1n a double vueddmg Left to r1ght LOUISG Blrkey Dorothy Rapp MICKEY Rapp LaVerne Apple Edlth Getz Florence Gunther Shlrley Schulte Edlth Stuckey Bob Humm Wllma Belsley Lyle Blrkey Ray Rem Dor1s D1etr1ch Fr1tz Wltzlg Marvm Smlth Ray Huette Betty Gerber Carol Strunk June Yentes Betty Frank Marle E Crlmm Verna Roth Anna M1119 Page Forty aught 1 9 4 3 C L D N . F'1 an , ' u , ' - Y - Y 7 K Y ' v: ' ' : - J ' 1 - . g V . :. . . J . . , I : N . - ' I Z H ' C Z 9 . g , h . L' . 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THE AU Junlor Class Play Shlnv Nose 1 comedy 1n three acts was pr sented bv the Junlor class on May 10 1943 undu the dllCCtlOl'l of Mlss Florence Dmke 'lhe plot of the plav centers 'xround '1 fimlly wlth thlce d tu htels The second daughter IS put under IC trlctxens l w her parents but IS old enough to do he1 utmost to hold the boy she loves The older SIS ter IS 1 problem to het but the younger one help hr-1 le'u 1 to be lamorous 1n flfteen mlnutes The mst follows Janev Fthel Mae Gerber Zlp Rozanna Uebelrheln Helen Mr Marble Coach Jones George Anderson Allan Rogers 'Vladge Grant Peggy Dorls Fort Russell Hull Norma Grlmm Dan Strmae Robert Strunk Elwyn Mlller Luc1lle Jacob A1109 Roeke RO MGM WOULD NEVER STAND FOR THIS' Here we see three stars from the cast Bob Rozanna and Ethel enjoylng one ot those frequent rests whlch are forbldden by M1ss Drake F1l'StPOW left to rlght Lucllle Jacob Rozanna Ueberrheln Ethel Gerber MISS Drake Allce Roche D011s Fort Back Row Russell Hull Bob Strunk Norma Gr1mm Elwyn Mlller Danny btrmac sFv 1 9 4 3 C L D N . 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'MQ ' 4 f DW' Y vi I ' Pa 2 cr! -mne THE AU O Lllorory Club P1es1dent M211 10 Lunlce Grlmm Vlce P1es1dent AIICC Rocke Sec1eta1y Rozanna Ueberrhem In the fall of lf 42 the system of student l1bra11'1nQ A IS 1l'l'1D1OVLfl and '1mpl1f1ed The llbrary IS now open seven perlodfs a day and from one to three Qtudent l1b1a11anQ UIC on duty each per1od Fourth llOL11 no faculty ITICIHICC1 19 preaent on certa1n daye l'h1rty three btudents have served one or both Sem eatera L1b1a1 ana learn to check out bookq keep records QHOOT THE BOQK TU of f1neQ and collect them and keep the magazmcs and bookq 1n o1der 'Ihey also learn the VHFIOUS lou ed to put the number on the outslde of a book Here 119 hme 0119 Of Th xuth the 6lGCt11C pencll or to lacquer the entlre out llbmllam W hoqf? duty It li fslde of a new volume IS lndeed a thr1l1 to see that all goes well and the 1300145 ale retumed qafg In Decembe1 MISS Drake the l1brr1an enter ly when the gtudgntg haye tamed the group XY 1th an unusually clever party flmghed uqmg them 1n her apa1tment Slnce o1gan1zat1on 1n Februaly the club has la1d more than one construct1ve plan left to rlght inet rovs L11l1an Woernex Betty Thompson Rofanna Ueberrhem Ethel Mae ber hcr lNl"lI'l Fun1ceCr1mm Ilene Krusf Znd rom Hgxxqyd Cqnlf-1 15 Rlchqrd Dallmggi Byron Koch M'1brlBclblcy NllCl Pockc PYDISTIUK Duke Illpl Mithls 8rd row Wayne Marquart Bob Andrexw Jcamc Pohlflng, M55 D11kc Barbara '-lllffOlllblIT'CI' Ferry Roeeker Dorls lfort 4h row Wayne Ce1her James T1llcr Donna lem M1lle1 Jean 5l11pps Maulvn Mueller Warren W uc L 5111 lu lark Stumpf Wayne St1unk Shule, Kruse l 9 4 3 C L D R ll . 1 9 V vflil V lviiiiiiii-Viivv'Wiiiiii. i-iiii 1'V 4' ' 7 v ,x ff' 7 ' f aaaaaara aaaaaraealaeeaaaaaaaa aaeaea-a a , K I x,. 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" ',.'- 1 x D 1, A Y' ' 71, J 1 r ', ' 'f I 1 3 1: V1 I - Y B1 . 1 Y C R ZA .Y . 1 y .: b v , lte11.,e.', Gerald 11 'ller, 2111 Sz cvs, ' , L Y - , '- f - I - Page Fifty THE CAU DRONI Speech Contestants Three flrst and two seconds won by speech con testants were lmportant factors 1n tne school s Wm nlng a second place trophy ln the county llterary meet Flrst place Wlnners were Ahce Rocke hum orous Norm-1 Gr1mm serious Dan Strmac or1g1n al orfltory Second place wlnners were Vclna Roth essay Marg Hfxuter extemporaneous speech An lnnovatlon th s year was a publlc program for el1m1nat1on Contestants who took part 1n the rlne Rlchard Kent Wayne Gerber Wllma Belsley and Robert Gr1mm AIICG Rocke won th1rd place IH the sect1ona1 con test at Pekln The followlng people made up the debate team and attended the contest at Pekln Ahce Rocke Ethel Mae Gerber Robert Carlus Margaret Hauter Bllly Sanders and Jack Stumpf AND IN THIS HAND NOTHING' Allce Rocke glV9S out ln her rend1t1on of a Snoopa path Now lf you are a Snoopapath you Wlll try to flnd out what the Word means' Flrst Pow left to rlght Bob Carlus Norma Gr1mm Margaret Hauter Mlss Drake Al1ce Rocke Ruth Roth Verna Roth Back Row left to r1ght Bob Crlmm Wayne Gerber Dlck Kent B111 Sanders Jack Stumpf Page Fnfty one 1 9 4 3 L l I . S - . . . , . - . . L . V Z . Y - ' f v . ' 3 I v ' I . ' , f : ' , .fc , c , ' . . . . . I I . try-outs besides the winners were: Dorothy Crum- Y ' ! ! 7 i' . ' ' u - . . . U ' v A . ' 1 u ' ry ' . 1 1 J , , . ' , . . . . . r . Z I 1 1 1 v ' THE AU RO TWIRL THOSE BATONS' In th1s pleture you see por trayed the three leaders vs ho d1d thelr best to keep the rest together Nlce uolk lt you can get It g1rls' Drum lVld1orettes An lnnovatlon ha1 been made ln the organlzatloa of the Drum Ma orettcf' urder the dlreetlon of M1 Rosenthal Thls Q1 oup has performed many 'xppro p11ate fo1m'1t1ons such as '1 hefut for K7Z1lGHfll'lCQ d'1y 1n111'1ls of Vl'wllll'l tear s 'md ou1 own team nd the p1tr1o11e slow 111 Buy I onds n '1dd1t1o11 to tl e reffulcu YlT11Cl'1lll'T fo1mat1ons Through th ll appear mees at the home basket bill g1r1es they have '1dded to the splrlt of the oe PHQIOH They also partlelpated 1n two of the school concerts Left to Rlffht Flrst Row Dorls Fort Ferry Roeel gr Joan gory Shlrley Kruse Second Revs Elleen Stetzler LOIS Sm1th W11ma behvk Ruth Belsloy R050 M915 Jacob Mar115n Mueller Mr Rosenthal Patr1e1a Bloderxek Pearl P01901 Mugarct Arnett DOTIQ Roth Betty 11 ompson and Eva Straesser ...., Page Flfty Iwo -..-1-Q '6 1 9 4 .J C L D N is Q 1 . T ff c . . 1 Y 4 I I Y . . I 1 1 5 .1a, 1 , . 1, . 1 L 4 1 1 ' 'I' 1 . 1 ' Y Ml 1 1 1 1 , c ,L . - M D . .U .i. i. Y V A - s .1110 4 , , 4 1, 1 c fl. c ' c , yi .111 , . , ' 4' 1: w av 3 ' ' . iv ,Q 11 1 1 .1 J: , 1- 1, 1 . 1 , . V , 7 Q 4 . 1 . 311, 1.1.1 K 'f :w 1 '- ... -,..f ,., . L C 1 1 2' 1 c. ' 4 - ' ' - , L 1 1 1 c 1 y . . Y 1 ., - 1 , . ., . I , 1 xl, y, 1, ' ,- ' ' ' ' 1 ' , ,, ' 1 ' I . . ' .' ' ' ' ' L ' . . ,, . . f 1 Y Y ' 7 7 X A' v 7 "T 1 ' Y 'V Y rw-1 , 1 , . .,.,...... 1 ,W 1' wut., W ,f THE 1943 CAULDRON Albex t Hohstadt Sam Huette Keepenscithe For 16 years Sam has been stat1oned School Durlng tlus t1me he has lea1ned h1s effort to keep the school clean Untll the new bulldlng xx as completed he dld the School at Morton Townsh1p Hlgh every nook and corner ln the year 1909 40 1n whlch vv ork XV1tl'lOLlt an asslstant Wlth the completlon of the new addltlon lt was necessary to have a student helper who th1s year 1S Albert Hohstadt Albert worl s a tcw hours 1n the mornmg and a few hours after school every day Its a famlllar Slght to see Sam leanmg on the stauxx ay each mornlng and noon waltlng to rlng the bell Our guess IS that he has 1ung th1s bell morn tlmes than the bell has been rung on Major Bowc Amatcur Contest Hour' One of Sam s iavorlte saylngs IS Have you got a second s txme ' Durlng thls second s tlme you may hear some mterestlng lntormatlon or a story but you wlll also flnd that the hour hand on your watch has moved from 8 to 10 durlng that second The Class of 4a has enjoyed knowmff qam these foul years and hope he spends many more years here so that other Morton hlgh school students may come to know hlm Ps F fly th i Q . K . i , . . . qv 7 . . . Q . . ' v . . 1 . Y . . c , . c . . . .. . ww c , . . . . C ' , .. . ' . l.1v L L C . Y.. . , . . . , . . . . i - . , ' 3 . S c' . Y 3 ' ' ' KI , Y ' '97 l A k .' , c c ' c ' ' KK Y! :fm ' ' . up l n ZR s K C , Y . ae 1 - T H E 1942 SEPTEMBER 1942 SUN NON TUE WED IHU FRI SAT 1 9 101 13141516171819 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 0 an . Edlth and Betty go back to txme of Chaucer Chrlstmas party ln Phy SICS lab If Chaucer could see me Runt ln an 1ron mask Talklng thlngs over What s the matter? Whats the matter youl hand cold Bob? AU O Aug .31 Cl1ck" Offlce dool op ns for the sel llng of nexx books What a llneup Assembly ln t oduclng flye nexx teachels Sept 1 Assembly to get thmgs stralghtened at What a bang New rules and everythlng Ctudy hand k1dS those excuses must be good' Sept 2 Assembly scnlor guls dldnt knoxx nythlng about Dunkuk Sophomore boys ln tbo much of a huuy about 1n1t1at1ng 'loo bad loys lVl1 Hatcher had a good tlme planned tor you Sept 4 Cho1us tryouts Freshmen glrls par don the1r sa1ong on account of 1n1t1at1on Sept 9 Seats changed so soon 1n Amer1can Hlstory? Clyde and Rlch R agaln Sept 10 Jumor xvelner roast What s thls xve heal about some klds 11d1ng out ln the country afte1xxa1ds'7 Sept 11 Fust baseball game of the season xvlth M3CklH3XX 10 to 1 ln the1r favor Another assembly but 1f they could only last longer' Sept 15 Sophomore xx emer roast Sept 16 Senlor xx elner roast F1l'l1Sl'16d gam xvlth Delayan on account of 1a1n yesterday Sept 17 Another xx elner roast freshmen th1s tlme Bet those teachers are full of Welners Sept 18 We xx on from M1n1er 10 to 8 Sept 99 Plaved Hopedale Lost 7 to S Sept 30 Sen1or play cast selected ge Fnfty four 1 9 4 3 C L D R N 12345 tl . -, 6 7 8 1 24. . c .1 . I . ' l X 1 Q Sept. 8-Senior xx'einer roast postponed. n 2. . ' 1 ' - 1 'f ' . . Q K g A 4. ' ' . - D fi. ' '. , ' ' . ' ' . 6- , ' 4 1 " .- , y ' .. THE Oct 2 Played Tremont here Won 14 to b Chorus SlflgS for Vloman s club Oct 5 Jllfl1OI'S get sw we ks t t 1n Enghsh Oct 6 Home Rc has a hamburger ba1 becue Oct 8 Uenlols hold Chaucer party Oc 9 Sev11o1 Fun Nlte Game at Armmg on Oct 12 Erme Jolns the Marlnes Oct 13 Slnce Jug has started you should sec the klds lush a1ound to get to class on t1me' Oct 14 Assembly School has scmp drlve Oct lb SQHIOIQ have plctures taken at Alt Foto Oct 20 Cauldron Staff and Student Councxl have DICTUFCQ taken for paper Two movles today Amerlca Marchlng On and Plontlels of the Future Oct 22 Boys excused tms afternoon to col lect scrap 1n thelr SCI ap d1lVC Bob s Slde won Oct 26 Engllsh test Semor proofs arrlveo Oct 27 Glrls let off easy from play practlce Oct 28 Stevy donates h1s bra1n to the chor us for the Chrlstmas program Assembly Oct 29 Band and Chorus concert bomeone moved thelr house in 1th a cat 1ns1deJ outslde the west door Oct 30 Assembly MOV19 on War In Illln 01S Marg and Frltz and A1109 and Nelly talk over the football s1tuat1on U L D R O 1942 OCTOBER 1942 SUN MON IUE WED UHU FRI SAI 8 11121314151617 1819 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Chaucer Party Captam Frltz and Coach Dance at SOCIHI Hour SDIV grabs one Dan a r1ves safely at 3rd Outslde and Wlde Page F-nfty f' 1 9 4 3 C A N . - , ' '. fee 'U est' , ' . . 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T H E 1942 NOVEMBER 1942 SUN mon we wco mu ns sn 8 91011121314 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 CD OID ll ll Slnlllflg Renner Allce and Gerry Hlgher Qtevle Joan Getz H1 Sam' Watch your step Hold that Cowbell' AU RO Nov 2 Glrls slgn up for dlum majorettes Nov 0 Shorthand glrls found somethlng to add to then vocabulary Coffm nalls Nov 4 A bl mck 1 st fo1 llbrary IS started Nov 5 Semors x orkm hard on posters and stage for the1r play Nov C No school Instltute Nov 9 Senxor olay cast and Phllosophex staft p1C1L41CS tal en for the papers Nov 10 As ombly MOVIC on televlslon Nov 11 AFll1ltlCC Day School for senlol pl'1y cast only l ov 12 Husl B home from the MHFIUGS V19l1S school Nov 10 SOHIOI have pny practlce every day th1s xx eek Nov 17 Assembly Tvso ITIOVIGS Lets ho Amerlca and Amerlcas Anmversary Nov Phys1cs class studled play parts Nov P1CtU1 es taken fo1 Cauldron Nov Curtaln goes up on When Two De Cld9 Nov Assembly Cheel leader tryouts Losers of scrap drlve glV9 show to umners at the theatre th1S afternoon Game wlth Alumnl Nov 30 Look at the snow' Blg Jug tomght' Too much ThHIlkSglV1I'lg fo1 some of them ge Fnfty sux 1 9 4 3 C L D N 1 2 3 4 s 6 1 1 ' ' - if Q, . 1 'S . 1. A . xi 1 - Q 1 LNOV. 13-'l'ests this week. 1. . I . " as-1 in " I! 7 ' A y H ,Yy ,L Y , 2. ' . . 20- ' . 'A .. 3, ' ,Uk ' 3' . 23- ' N ' . 4. . - 24- 'K 0' 5. ',, . . 25- 1 . g ' m . 6. , , . ' . 7 Y THE AU DRO Dec 1 Pep meetlng Game Wlth D C there M1 E1t,ts1 SLlbStltL1tGS for Mr Jacquat Dec 2 Bob Hasty s blrthday Dec 3 Senlor glrls come to school ln slacks and boys 111 bum clothes Assembly Dec 4 Assembly Pep meetlng Game Wlth East Peorla Dec 7 Mr Jacquat comes back to school Dec 8 Second chorus drew names for Chrlst mas Senlors get plctures Ilome EC meetlng Dec 9 Assembly Movle on O11 of Alladln s Lamp Dec 10 Student body and teachers draw names for Chrlstmas Dec 11 Assembly Movle on Meat and Ro mance Dec 14 Whats happened to some of those concelted freshman boys? Lose to Green Valley there by 3 polnts Mothers were lnvlted tam flrst chorus at thelr apartment Wlth a buf fet supper Dec 16 Assembly Ton Gene M Tmner and Bob S smg the loyalty after everybody goes out Dec 17 Dorls Fort Sk1pS school Dec 18 Assembly Dec 21 Senlor plctures arrlve Physlcs class has a party Dorls D FGCGIVES a toy tractor NVIUI rubber t1res How she does rate' Dec 22 Other classes have Chrlstmas par tles Dec 23 Chrlstmas program Exchange ot g1ftS 1942 DECEMBER 1942 'UN MON UU! WED YHU Ill SAY 8 9101 13141516171819 20912223 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 dr dl SIC em Rapp' What no neckt1e" Joedy and Squab B r r r r' Strut your stuff Three n1tw1ts Page F fty se e 1 9 4 3 C L N 4 ' B, ' ' ' 1 ' 1 2 3 4 5 - -- . ' , 6 7 1 12 Dec. 15-Mrs. Hoyt and Miss DeVore enter- 1 Q y . 4 . , ., - 2. , '. ' - U H Q 6. ' ' . A A 6. THE UL RO Jan 4 Fxrst day after vacatlon Jan 6 Cauldron contest ends Jumors wm 1943 1943 Jan 7 Assembly Llstened to Roosevelts sou non we wsu mu fm. sn Speech Jan 8 Pep meetmg for game w1th Manual an un an KD at Saturday Sophomore soclal hour Jan 12 Surprlse' Newspapers are here to day 10 Jan 13 Semester exams thxs afternoon 11 Jan 14 More exams Crammlng 1n labrary 3 2 6 Jan 10 End of exams Qulte a few celebrat 8 5 2 2 ed and saw the game Wlth E Peorla there Jan 18 Study hall fllled wlth klds at noon hour these cold days Jan 19 Seats changed 1n classes and study halls Jan 20 Assembly Game w1th Green Valley Pep meetlng and movle Jan 21 F1rst Home Ee lunch was served at Bl noon Junlors take I Q tests Jan 22 W1n from MIHIGF and take Cow Bell Jan 25 Assembly Cow Bell and Tomahawk The three Musketeers DFGSGUYGC1 Jan 27 Another excltlng game wlth Wash Whoa Nelhg-1 lngton Morton 19 W ashlngton 18 Who says we can t beat them? Mary Eunle and B111 Jan 28 Rlch L gets a hot foot Jan 29 Game w1th Tremont We w1n 37 to Where s Lang? 34 Th1rd txme s the charm' Careful L1la xx!!! F fty 1 9 4 3 C A D N 1 2 ' f A ' - . 3 4 s 6 1 a 9 H- - 4 - .1 9 ' H- 'u .D . - . '11, - T' 2. , ' . ' 9 . -. ' 5. ', ', '. . - ' '. I - . Y Y! S. ' 1. ,- i -eight A THE 1943 CAULDRON Feb 2 Ground hog saw hls shadow leb 2 3 4 5 County Basketball lour la ment at Washlngton Molton plays Mlnler nd loses by two poxnts Feb 9 Assembly Mlss Drake needs mem bers for debate Band concert Feb 10 SCHIOIQ measured for Laps and gowns Ien 11 Freshman Pun Nlte Feb 12 Game W1th Deer Creek here Feb lb Basketball game at Washlngton bcore Washxngton 41 Morton 02 Feb 18 Zoo League champlonshlp game The Crocodlles defeated the Kangaroos Qulte a cheerlng sectlon for the Kangaroos I ol say Feb 19 Game at Eureka We lost 47 21 Feb 23 P E O g1VGS a tea for the Junlor and senlor glrls and the faculty Choxus and band concert Feb 25 Senlors order 1nv1tat1ons and name cards My 1943 FEBRUARY 194: SUN MON TUE WCB INU ill. SAY 7 8 9101112 3 14151617181920 21 22 23 24 25 2627 KD CD CD ll CO Sophomore adv1sors Seelng IS bellevmg Rlde em Knappen Holdmg out on us MISS Smlth Don t block the doorway' if Page F ity I 4' 1 T in q -I f ' -' L H lv 1 2 3 4 5 6 ' . -L . u.. c ' .' ' 1 A 1 C 1 . , 1 ' an 4 1 ll n ' . N I . F, qt. , . 2. . 1 c . . ' . ' I 'W 3. ' ' , 1 ' -' ' I ' ' - ' ' 4. ' . - . Q . . 5. b I . ' 6. ' . 311 F37 Fld 2' -ff .T ! 'V 94 AIEI: 1 4- .. 5. MN M W U 1 W I NN- 'Hin THE AU RO 1943 MARCH 1943 SUN MON 'IUC VID IHU fl! SAI 7 8 910112 3 14151611181920 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28293031 Wlmpy Lang B1ll Henson Gene lVI1ller Delores Beyer Too tlred Renner Dee agaln lean What no Gene? March 2 Movle The Forest Ranger hMarch 4 Last of the Home Economlcs lun c es March 5 Band and Drum Majorettes get ted March 8 T B f1lm Dr Sanfold talks to the assembly on Youth and the War March 10 Flrst meetlng ot the Human Rel atlons club March 11 Llbrarlans OlgZ11'l1Z9 otfxcers March 12 War Stamps bemg sold at noon March 15 MISS Devole started teachlng L1 A A glrls dancmg after school two nlghts a week March 16 Movle Llsten to Br1ta1n C1 A A meetlng Send for thelr plns March 17 Junlors PCCCIXQ thelr class rlngs March 18 Th11teen boys 1nd Coach Gould see Ill1no1s H S State Tournament basketball games at Champalgn March 19 Glrls go to state tournament March 20 Fxve semox glrls beat slx JUHIOI glrls 1n three games of volley ball T B tests March 23 Dr Cox speaks at the Human Rel atlons club Home Ec sevfs on lap robes March 24 March 26 Debate and speech contestants at m Boys start track practlce tend N F L sectlonal meetlng at Pekm March 29 March 30 testants 1n Seats asslgned 1n assembly Prellmlnarles for M T H S con USIC and llterary meet md' PgSty 1 9 4 3 C L D N 01123456 Q. 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A -524 9. 2 1 THE Aprll 8 Here we go agaln SIX weeks tests Aprll 9 Results of the play glven 1n hngllsh IV 4th perlod was the corpse Bob H talhng off the coffln Aprll 12 Tlme between perlods IS length ened Aprll 13 Remalnder of county contest Apr1l 14 Assembly Movle Fltty two Pay Checks Prescntatlon of second place Lounty and Lltcrary trophy Aprll 15 Ah report cards oh' Aprll 16 Human Relatlons club and soclol ogy class V1Slt State hospltal at Bartonvllle Track meet at Manlto Results M3HltO 531 Tremont 38 Morton 231 Aprll 20 Assembly Movle Industry hor Health Everyone surprlsed to see all the students back from Bartonvllle Aprll 21 Track meet here Results Morton 77 M1n1er 28 Deer Creek 12 Aprll 22 Assembly Program on war bonds and stamps Aprll 27 Assembly Mox 19 The Amerlcan College of Surgeons Nurse and Red Cross nurse speak to the g1rls Track meet here Results Morton 541 Tre mont 48 Hopedale 225 Deer Creek 14 Aprll 28 Assembly Presentatlon of bonds Record of amount sold Aprll 30 Assembly Movle Whlte Battal lons U L D R O ma APRIL 1942 SUN MON UUE VID THU Ill SAI GD G8 K9 GD 8 11121314151611 1819 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Fllrtlng agaln Nell1e" Wlndy lsn t It coach? GOIHQ home etc Track boys Brlght sun Sp1v'7 'QQSMW Page S ty 1 9 4 3 C A N -. - . 3 llll 1 2 3 ' - 1 : ' , f' " - ' 4 5 6 7 9 10 I 7. , .. , . . Q ' our , ll . T, . . Y, 1. . . . , . . . -Q 7. U . 2- n v I , ' v ' . 3. show Paul how, Bobby! ' i s H 2: ' 4' ' M y I . ' - . ' . 5. . . L . . . Y H . - 6. ' , ' ' . pl M1 ' n V Q I . 3 1 1 T H E 1943 MAY ma SUN MON UU! WED 'IHU fill SA1 CD CDD ID Cl Cl CD 9 101112131415 16171819 20 2122 30 "1 25 26 27 28 29 Whex e xx e gomf., 'P JQSSIG and Jean H gang' Up and over Sleeplng Koch? I eanlnq on the old top raxl You tell her Ruth' Uncle and H1909 AU RO May 3 M1ss Waldorf glV9S three boys xx ork out on sewmg for lap robes ln Jug Mav 4 Last band concert May 5 Track meet here Tremont D9 Mor ton 49 Mav 7 Home Ec club gxves Mothers lea for all of the student s mothers MOVIE Amerlca Can Saxe It y 8 D1str1ct track meet at Peorxa y 10 Jumors present thelr class play Shmy Nose May 11 Home pc club DICHIC County track meet at Delavan May 14 Chorus PICHIC son Hotel ln Peorla May 18 Semors get out May 21 G A A banquet at CIVIC bulldlng Presentatlon of awards for varlous organl zatlons attended May 23 Baccalaul eate May 24 Class Nlght May 25 Commencement Pg Styf 1 9 4 3 C L D N -I l . . . a 1 I M . C , ,, 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ' ' . Ma - ' ' ' ' . 2! ' Ma - ' ' , Are you kitidine? May 155-Junior-senior banquet at the Jeffer- i, . ' ' - f 6, 2 1 THE AU DRO We Came We Saw We Conquered Contmued from Page 17 CHUIGPOH SU111' Stuckey Edlth Jane 1Ed1th1 Rlsen, Mlldred 1M1ckey1 A ptppy kld vxlth a gltt of gab A A Senlor Play Phllosopher Staff Roth Verna Ellzabeth 1Verna1 I do my best and leave the rest Chorus 111 121 131 141 Soclal SCIENCE Club 131 Home Ec Club 131 141 Ph1losopher Staff Semor Play Operetta 131 121 Schulte Shlrley 1Sh1rley1 Though she was w1th us but half the year we stlll for her do keer Transferred from Argusvllle 'Worth Dakota Smlth Marvln 1Marv1 Be there a wlll and he flnds a way Jumor Play Senlor Play Phllosopher Staff Basketball 111 Stleglltz, lla Jean 1IllyJ Laugh and the world laughs w1th you A A 11 13 Band 111 121 131 Soclal Sclence Club 121 131 Phllosopher Staff Junlor Play Home EC Club 141 Strunk Carol Jean 1Carol1 and her beauty matched the heavens Band 111 121 131 141 G A A 11 13 Pep Club 111 121 Whlle men have eyes or ears or taste she w1ll always fmd a lover Operetta 111 121 131 'lome hc Club 131 Chorus 111 121 131 141 Presldent 141 Senlor Play Cauldron Staff Phllosopher Staff Tuffentsamer Ruth Mary 1Tutty1 Never trouble trouble untll trouble troubles you A A 1 Soclal Sclence Club 131 Phllosopher Staff Wltzlg Frederlck 1Fr1tz1 wlsh there were more l1ke hlm dont you" Semor Play Junlor Play Camera Club 111 SOCIHI Scxence Club 131 Student COUHC11 111 141 Presxdent 141 Band 111 121 131 141 Presldent 141 Athletlc Assn 141 Presldent 141 Cauldron Staff Edltor Phllosopher Staff Class Secretary 111 Basketball 121 131 141 Captaln 141 Baseball 111 131 141 Captam 141 Yentes June Evelyn 1June1 She Smlled and the shadows departed Llbrarlan 111 Home Ec Club 111 131 141 Soclal Sclence Club 111 121 131 A A 11 13 Phllosopher Staff Semor Play Class V1ce Presldent 111 Zobrlstv Calvm KTOIU Jumor Play Phllosopher Staff Senlor Play Cauldron Staff Soclal Sclence Club 131 Llbrarlan 111 Small but full of dynamlte Cauldron Staff Phllosopher Staff Baseball 111 Basketball 111 121 131 Page Suty thru 1 9 4 3 C L N H H ' l G. . .111121131 141 . Y 1 ' ' G. . .111121 31 141 , - ,Q A A handsome boy and witty toog I G. . .tn 121 1 141 Q ' ' G. . .1 121 1 141 . . .1 121 1 141 . CUB PATRCDNS Tl-IE AIR CCDRPS x, A 1 3 "You build them, we'll fly them." 0-11:15 i f-7 V Main street of Morton Community Church Apostolic Christian Church K Yflgili it 4 THE AU DRO mpahawi Thls sectlon of the 1942 CAULDRON vshlch vs as foxmerly used to1 Z1dV61tlSll'1g has been changed through the cooperatlon of former ad xertlsers to a Patron s Sectlon The patrons llsted on the tollovung pages gave freelv and xx hole heartedly to the effort of thls year s statt That effort was to ralse SLlfflC19I'lt funds that CAULDRON COPIES mlght be sent to graduates of M T H S who ale ln the servlce and 'also to those who left school to entex the SPIVICG Because of thelr Each patron was xanked ln one of the follovung gloups Generals Colonels Lleutenants Selgeants Corpoxals and PIIX ates dependlne upon thelr contrlbutlon to ou1 effort The staff Wlshes to expx ess 1ts gr 1t1tude to 'xll patrons and slncerely hopes that every '1lumn1 xx ho recelves thls book wlll 1n one way or ano ther derlve some good fxom 1t or that some memory vslll be revlved Thanks to Vou p'1t1ons hello alumnl' THE CAULDRON STAFF 1 9 4 3 C L N ' . . . . L V I 7 , 1 . ' 1 x 'p . , M V f - 7 . , . i . . V. 1 , - ' Y ' ' V L 'x L l ' Y p Y L K p 5 7 as 1 n , 1 ' 1 K ' 1 eo-operation this section of the book was made possible. r 5 1 ' 1' 1 1 ' ky ' 7. i "7 1 I ' Y 1 ! 1 7 ' Y Q L , .L A . w , - K Z . C p C A ' n , L - y ' ' .S - ' L - 7 ' Y Y 7 . y ' c . W , 1 T . . X THE AU DRO Last of Patrons Wlth Then' Rank Colonel Ben Franklm Store Morton Illlnols General The Morton News Prlnters of The Cauldron Morton Ill1no1s Colonel Walz Sz W19CkhOff Motor Company Roecker 8: D1etr1ch Hdw 8z Furmture Morton Ill1no1s Colonel Wurst Mlller Bakery Morton Ill1no1s Colonel Mathls Lumber Co Morton Ilhnols Colonel Art Foto Shop Photographers for The Cauldron Bloomlngton Ill1no1s List of Servlce Men and ranl at tlme Cauldron went to press Class of 1942 A C Bob Elsele Harrls Hall San Marcos Texas Pvt Merle Rocke Camp Barclay Texas Betty Klopfenstem WAACS Ft Oglethorpe Georgia Pvt Jesse Musselman Kessler Fleld MISS Kessler Fleld M1ss A S Johnny Getz Great Lakes Ill Pvt Edward Wanner Camp Joseph Ark Pfc R1chardA Getz Gllfort Fleld M1ss Class of 1941 A S Robert Brecher Tempe Arlzona Cpl Raymond Jacob Ft Monmouth N J P gcSx!y 1 9 4 3 C L N ' ' 'I AA . . ' I T : ' . : 1. 0 o , ' 2. , ' o ' . 3. . . .. . o ' , ' - 4. o Colonel . Pvt. Richard Rapp ' , ' ' o . - 5. ' ' o 0 o 6. n . o , . 1 . ' ' Z 7. ,. - 1 o a i -seven THE List of Patrons With Their Rank Colonel The Morton Pottery Co Morton Illinois Colonel Home O11 Co Morton Illinois Colonel The Morton Theatre Morton Illinois Colonel John Frmtz Jr Morton s Jeweler Morton Illinois Colonel Libby McNeill 81 Libby Llbby s I' ood s 75th Anniversary Morton Plant Morton Ill Colonel Theo. Witzig Sz Son Shoes and Clothing Morton Illinois Colonel Morton Products Co. Mfg. of Farm Elevators Morton, Illinois C img 1A A A Page Sixty-ei AU DRO List of Service Men and rank at time Cauldron went to press Pvt Donald Getz Omaha Nebraska Pvt Robert Heubach Camp Wolters Texas Pvt Albert Risen Overseas Pvt Lowell Wuthrich Camp Robinson Ark Pxt Walter McConkey Tampa Florida Pvt Raymond Sorenson Fort Rlley Kansas Pvt W Tuffentsamer Provldence R I Mldshlpman Yale Miller U. S. Naval Academy Annapolis Md. Class of 1940: RT2C. Elton Heubach Dakoma Park, Md. Pvt. Louis Nohl Carroll College, Wis. THE List of Patrons With Their Rank: Lieutenan Ehrllcker Brothers Co DFUgglStS Pekln Il11no1s Lieutenant Cody A Cox Physlclan and Surgeon Morton Ill1no1s Lieutenant Dr C J Buehler Veterlnary Morton Ill1no1s Lieutenant Morton Dry Cleaners Morton I1l1no1s Lieutenant Arch Bartelmav 8: Sons General Farm Eqpt Morton Ill1no1s Colonel Interlocklng Fence Co Morton Ill1no1s Lieutenant Stumpf Pharmacy Morton I1l1no1s 1943 CAULDRON List of Service Men and rank at time Cauldron went to press: S 2C Wllllam Wltzlg Navy Pler ChlCagO Ill W1111s Muselman rmy A1r Corps Cpl Clarence RHSSI Kearney Mesa San Dlego Callt Cpl Eldon Blrkey Chlldress Texas Pvt Bruce Ackerman Camp Grant Ill Pvt Wllllam Baurer Camp Grant Ill Cpl Weldon Blrkey Chlldress Texas John J Buehler Unlted States Army Roy Wlttmer Camp Blandlng Fla Cadet Melvm Rem Curtls Hall Granvllle Ohio hi S THE AU RO Lrst of Patrons With Their Rank Sergeant Marty s Beauty Shoppe Morton Illinois Lieutenan Illinois Iowa Power Morton Illinois Sergeant Henry Blrkenbusch Sz Sons Jewelers Pekm Illinois Sergeant Schlpper 81 Block Clothing 8z Furnishings Pekm Illinois Sergeant P A Bergner Department Store Peoria Illinois Sergeant Esther S. Hodel M. . Morton Illinois Sergeant Rocke s Food Market Morton Illinois P55 ty ENT? Alf! List of Service Men and rank at time Cauldron went to press Class of 1939 S 1C Ben Allenspach Chatham Mass Pvt Jesse Hasty Camp Butner N C Pvt Elton Rapp Camp Blandlng Fla Class of 1938 Pvt Joe Reed Overseas Cpl Lloyd Belsley Drew Field Florida Pvt Walter Pfeifer U S Army Cpl Harold Heubach Drew Fleld Fla Pvt Russell Rapp Fort Jackson S. C. Pvt. Robert Miller U. S. Marines Overseas. Pfc. Roy Brandt Army Air Corps Dow Field Maine. THE AU DRO Llst of Patrons Wrth Thelr Rank Sergeant Conxbear s Drug Store Morton I111no1s Sergeant The Beauty Box Helen Crove Prop Morton Ill1no1s Sergeant Morton State Bank Morton I111no1s Wm Grant Sher1ff Pekm Ill1no1s Sergean Y V E T T E S Pek1n s Fmest Dress Shop Pekm I111no1s Sergeant Bartelmay 8. Oertle Motor Co Buick Servlce Morton I111no1s Sergeant Oekel Sz Sons Plumblng Morton I111no1s Lxst of Servrce Men and rank at trme Cauldron went to press Lt Jlm Sayers Army Au' Corps Bowman Fleld Loulsvllle Ky AC C Ralph Fort Pre fllght School n Antonlo Texas Sgt Denms Dlemer Fort Meade Md Jack Voorhees U S Navy Kansas Class of 1937 MHFIOH Albrecht mp No 58 Delaware Sgt Joe Allenspach Pt Leavenworth Kan Henry Augsburger Cunner s Mate 1 C U S Navy Pvt Arch Bartelmay Camp Plckett Va Px t Russell Drexler Alaska Cpl Ralph Dully Camp Ellls Pug S 1 9 4 3 C L N Q I 1. Q ' 'N :V . . Y D 2. Q ' Y 1 - ' sa - ' . . O 3. it 2' I 1 ' , 1 a Sergeant S Q ' Ca , , . O 5. ' f . .l 1 4 . . -1 , ' 9 O , . 4, W ' . I O i 7 u 7. , - e svcnty-one THE 1943 CAULDRON List of Patrons With List of Service Men and Their Rank rank at time Cauldron went to press Sergeant Freldlnger Bros Market Morton Iumols Cpl Walter Greider Ind1antown Gap Pa Sergeant Tch Sgt Earl Meyers Krug s Market Overseas Morton I1l1no1s Pvt J Merchanthaler Sergeant Stuttgart All' Fleld R 0 X Y S Arkansas Fish Chlcken and Steak Dlnners Pekln Ill1no1s Capt E Zlmmel-man Overseas Sergeant Seymour s Cpl Martm Roblnson Department Store Fort Dlx New Jersey Pekln Ill1no1s Ens DaV1d Moslman Sergeant The Morton Creamerv Morton Il11no1s Ens F H Reullng Boston Mass Sis Sefgefmt Pvt Eugene Math1S Jones BI'0th9I'S Carroll College WIS Jewelers Pekin I1l1no1s Class of 1936 Pfc R Oberlander Camp Edwards Mass Sergeant The Gr1ll Good Food Morton Illmols Lt Merle Rugaard Afrlca ' : 1. ' 9 ' , - I I 2. , . . Y . . g I ' , . 3- - - . . l 7 , . ' , ' . gg 3s...si . . y . . D i . . . 4. . 0 , . . . , . 7 O . . . . 5. Pensacola, Florida. I , . I V, I o n c ' , , . ' M ,,,,,, 6. ' .,, V , I . , ' Q Q . : 7. , n ' i .W ual , ' . . V es. , , . Page Seventy-two D THE AULDRO List of Patrons Wlth Thelr Rank Sergeant N Reullng Co Pekln IHIHOIS Sergeant The Smart Shop Ladle and Infant s Apparel Morton llllnols Sergeant Banty s Tavern Morton Ill1no1s Sergeant Morton Bulldlng Sz Loan Assoclatlon Morton Ill1no1s Sergeant J N Frank Auctloneer Morton Ill1no1s Sergeant Koch s Dalry Pasteurlzed Dalry Products Morton Ill1no1s Sergeant Roecker Chevrolet Co Morton Ill1no1s Lxst of Servrce Men and rank at tlme Cauldron went to press George Brmes Overseas Ens Gllbert Rapp l S Naval Statlon Norfolk Va Cpl Howard Waldbesex Alr Force Brazll S A Pfc Jim Wuthrlch Camp Skokle Ill Class of 1935 Pvt Edward Blnkele Las Vegas Nevada Capt Alvln Strunk Marana Flymg School Tucson Arlz Lt Joseph Wltzlg Camp Clalborne La Class of 1933 Sgt Elmer Wledman Camp Walla Walla Washlngton Ens Howard Huette New Orleans La Class of 1932 Lt Clyde Ackerman Port Meade Md Pa S ty t THE Llst of Patrons Wlth Therr Rank Sergeant Lee s 1 ax ern Morton I1l1no1s Sergeant Kleln s Dept Store PGOFIH Illlno s Sergeant Pekln Auto Body Pekln Ill1no1s Sergeant 2201 South Adams Peorla Ill1no1s Sergeant Strunk s Dalry Morton Ill1no1s Sergeant Nohl Concrete Products Morton Il11no1s Sergeant The M1dWESt Pottery Morton Ill1no1s Pg Sze AU n:'!""'.,g RO L1st of Service Men and rank at tlme Cauldron went to press Staff Sgt E Ackerman Adams Fleld L1ttle Rock Ark Walter Schroen Overseas Pxt Max Brunnemeyer Scott F1eld Ill S Srt Bruce Bartelmay Buckley Fxeld Colo Class of 1901 I t Wm MOSlmaH Japanese War Prxsoner Class of 1930 Pfc Gllbert Yentes Camaguey Cuba Pfc W1ll1am Conlbear Afrlca Pfc Wm Walz Wrlght Fleld Oh1o Pfc Chrls Staker Postmaster San FFHHCISCO Callf 2d Lt Robt Annasenz Army Alr Base WIIHITII Beach Florlda Class of 1926 Cpl Robt Yoder Marlne Base Great Lakes Ill Class of 1920 It Wm H Ellenson Sharonvllle Oh1O Teachers Pvt Robert Hoyt Camp Crowder Mo 1 9 4 3 C L D N . : 1. - 2 . f - f , . . Q . . 2. 1. fy. - Y . 'Z . ' 0 ' f, . 3' J . o .- . . . ' . . 0 . Szold's Dept. StOI'6' Class 3 1929: . , 5. ' , ' ' . 1 ' r . , , , ctw . . z h 6. -V . . ' y . . . "2 . J . . ' . ' 7. ' a e v nty-four THE AU RO List of Patrons With Their Ran Sergeant Illinois Hotel Pekin Illinois Sergeant HQISCF 81 Son Real Lstate 81 Insuranc Morton Illinois Sergeant B Sz H Shoe Store Sport and School Shoes Pekin Illinois Sergeant Hugh Phillips Standard O11 Products Morton Illinois Sergeant A E Klopfensteln Funeral Dlrector Morton Illinois Sergeant June s Beauty Parlor Morton Illinois Sergeant Knoll s Bowling Palace Morton Illinois General Pontiac Engraving 81 Electrotype Co. Chicago Illinois List of Service Men and rank at time Cauldron went to press T Sgt Ralph McM1nn Camp Murphy Florida Lt C Arnold Rupprecht Iceland Cpl Vilas Bender Lamp White Oregon Adell Bradley Aviation School Memphis Tenn Boys Who Left School lst C Petty Officer Bob Knabe Wrlghtsvllle Sound North Carolina Pvt Floyd Bartelmay Kearney Mesa San Diego Calif Pvt Ernie Rassi Camp Pendleton Oceanside Calif S 2C Lyle Birkey Great Lakes Ill Pvt Eldon Bauman Kessler Field Miss Lieutenant Alfred Homer Chiropractor Morton Illinois Corporals C. H. Rein Plumbing 8: Heating Morton Illinois A. B. Hoettchen Insurance Morton Illinois Peg S -' TH Corporals Janssen Bros G1oce1 les and Meats Morton Ill1no1s Koehler s Recleatlon Morton Ill1no1s Grleder s Grocery Morton Ill1no1s Baler s Lunch Morton Ill1no1s Mlllers Flower Shop and Green House Morton Ill1no1s Mueller s Grocery Royal Blue Store Morton Ill1no1s Kurley Q Beauty Shop Morton Ill1no1s Beyer Implement Co Morton Ill1no1s Hauter Gram Co Morton Ill1no1s Mxllers Restaurant Morton Ill1no1s Ben Helnold Slnclalr Servlce Morton Ill1no1s Blrkey Implement Co Morton Ill1no1s Farmer s Co op Graln cgz Coal Co Morton Ill1no1s Dr B A Shepherd Dentlst Morton Ill1no1s PaS AU Corporals Emma Hartman s Swedxsh Massage Salon Mol ton Ill1no1s W B Wlttmer Insurance Morton Ill1no1s Paul Wennlnger Contractor Molton Ill1no1s Dr L E Patton Osteopathlc Phys1c1an Morton Ill1no1s Ben Bloch Insurance Phone 31484 Peorla Ill T E Soltermann County Clerk Pekln Ill1no1s Carp s Ready to Wear Dry Goods Men s Wear Pekln Ill1no1s Russell McCl1ntock Jeweler Pekln Ill1no1s George Donaldson County Judge Pekm Ill1no1s Dr W H Smlth Dentlst Morton Ill1no1s Pekin Daily Tlmes Pekln Ill1no1s W1lk1ns 81 Brecher Attorneys at Law Pekln Ill1no1s W E Schurmer County Treasurer Pekln Ill1no1s RO Corporals Velde 81 Prettyman Attorney s at Law Pekln Ill1no1s J M Powers Attorney at Law Pekm Ill1no1s Alfred W Black Lawyer Pekln Ill1no1s Pek1n Floral Co Pekln Ill1no1s Eden s Shoe Store Pekln Ill1no1s Brown s Peorla School of BUSINESS Peorxa Ill1no1s Pnvates Bob Reel Barber Shop Morton Ill1no1s Cllftwood Inn Morton Ill1no1s Helnlger s Standard SGFVICG Standard O11 Products Molton Ill1no1s Mrs Muselman s Tea Room Morton Ill1no1s Max s Tavern Morton Ill1no1s Gerald Cooke Barber Shop Morton Ill1no1s Sl1pDan1els Barbel Shop Morton Ill1no1s E 1 9 4 3 C L D N Y 1 1: . 1 , - - Y Y 1 9 0 0 y ' . . D D . ' . . ' ' . - . - . 0 , l . , 0 ' Q , . . . Q . y ' ' . . . u Y . , . . Q , . . . - . 7 , , 0 , ' , . ' I , Q 4 Q . , , , . 0 I ' ' . . - ' ' 1 I , . ' . . . , - E , ' ' 9 1 . . 9 . 1 . . y ' 0 Y l . u Q y . . ' Y ' ' 7 y Q . I . ' Y . . . . . . , , . . y ' 0 ' . f 1 1 Y l . Y 7 I U 0 . 9 . , , I . - . Y . . , - - I I , 0- , . . 1 , 1 n Y ' Y O O O . . .1 , , k ' l . C 1 , y v . . ge cventy-six II AU RO SZFVICC Mens Jokes A group of Amerlcan and Br1t1sh SHIIOIS xxele swapplng varns about then sh1ps Im CUFIOUS about your earl 1018 one Br1t1sh tar said 1-low last a1e they? To tell you the truth rephed the Ameuean I don t know We ve nevel leally opened them up All they ve been xequned to do so far IS to keep up xxxth the pl mes' Ive been Jeeped sald the pedes tuan as the army car h1t h1m Morale sfnd the sergeant what makes voul legs do what your head knoxxs alnt posslble Thr ee Canadlan soldlers sleeplng xr an Enghsh camp xx ere awakened by a terr1f1e crash near by l omb? asked one Bombs xx as the brlef reply Thank goodness Sald the tlrst 1 thought xve xx ere golng to have more I'Il1'1 Then there was the cat xvho Jomed the Medlcal Corps to see lf she could b come a fn st ald k1t G1rl I suppose you fmd It rathel dull ln the evemng? P1lot Slmply nothmg to do at all We play dat ts do the Crossword puz zles drop a texx bombs on Hamburg and go st1a1ght to bed Sgt So you re the nexv messenger boy? D1d the Corporal tell you xvhat to do afternoons? PFIVHIE Yes slr He sald the most 1mpo1tant thmg xvas to xvake hlm up xvhen I saxv you eommg Cpl E Blrkey Do you hyphenate headache? Cpl W Bnkey Not unless 1tS spllttmg headache AIS Johnny Getz Hey Red Where IS Atoms? I can t fmd It anywhere on th1s map S2C Lyle CRedJ Blrkey I dont thlnk there IS any such place AIS J G There must be Thls paper says an exploslon blexv a shlp to Atoms An Amerlcan soldler tWalt PIEIIIQFI 1n England xvas glvlng some lllustra tlons of the slze of hls country You can bo nd '1 tram ln the state of lex as at dawn he sald and 24 houls later you ll stlll be ln Texas Yes sald one of hls Enghsh 11s teners w1th feelmg We ve got trams l1ke that here too Lloyd Belsley a mllkman betore Jolnlng the Army wrote back home from camp I sure do l1ke th1s Army l1fe Its so n1ce to l1e abed every mornmg untll f1V6 thlrty Army Doctor Calf? Recrult Fourteen 1nches Army Doctor Thlgh? Recrult Twenty s1x 1nches Army Doctor Neck? Recrult You betcha' Pvt Jesse Hasty Poor c1v1l1ans' Now thelr fruxt IS belng ratloned too Pvt Elton Papp How come' Pvt Hasty Army cooks got orders to put apples ln apple DIES Captam All hands on deck The Shlp IS leaklng Lyle Blrky Axv put a pan under lt and go back to bed Pvt Lowell Wuthrlch Is It true that we re gonna have real lmported sard1nes for supper ton1ght? Cook Well not exactly There ll be some other flsh mlxed ln Pvt Wuthrleh How much other f1sh? Cook Oh flfty flfty One sardme and one hallbut Page S ty se r-x 'i' vw q 1 Ig, 1 O 4 .1 C L D N , at . , . . , , . , . . ' !1 C ' . 1- v ' ' !, ' 1 v 1 . 1 . . , an ' ., . 1 Y . H , . w . . .. . 1 .' .1 H ' ' x .. ' H ' ' ' . , . c . . H . y H . . C s . ll 7 ,Y ' . 7 - . . . . - ,' LK 7 7 , Y - . . . . , 1 - . , . . C I . . . . U ' ' 1 - , . , ' " - - 1 w f x Z ' H 2 ' c ' . ' 77 ' K4 y 0 ' ' t ' an 1 - i H , ' ' ' H 1 V 7 . . 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No well then shut oft all flve senses especlally your nose And 1f you do want to hear about lt Just slt quletly and relax Last Mon day nlght I had a startllng dream' A hang over from the week end? Per haps Flrst a wh1rlw1nd twlrled me around and as the dlzzlness left me a llttle fellow stood 1n front of me and sald Seven years have passed and then he went away Ifound myself s1tt1ng at a desk ln an offlce I had a 11St of names ln my hand and soon dlscovered they were my classmates ln hlgh school It read at the top of the llst Call any name and he shall appear' At flrst I was afrald but de clded to try It and see what would came IH and told me thelr present oc cupatlon None of them recognlzed 1ne for some reason or other I de Clded to make a l1St and lt appeared slmllar to the followlng Betty Gerber a d1et1c1an 1n a Lhl cago hOSp1tH1 June Yentes a prlvate secretary to a famous crlmlnal lawyer Marvln Smlth a gem cutter for a large concern Mildred RISQH a beauty operator Ellzabeth Kaufman a nurse Calvln Zobrlst a pllot on a trans port plane Dorls D1GtFlCh a teacher of Engllsh llterature Ruth Mary Tuffentsamer a proprle tor of a large cafeterla Edlth Stucky a p1an1st travelmg w1th the New York Phllharmonlc Symphony orchestra PgS ty Q AU O Ray Rem a sclentlst now experl mentlng w1th the house fly and xts a1d to manklnd Carol Strunk a retlred WAAC not that the WAAC s xx ore her out lthat was all she saldl Edlth Getz a teacher of mathe matlcs Martha .lane Burger a publlc ac countant Ila Hochstettler marrled to Ken neth Belsley Kenneth Belsley a far mer LaVerne Apple a typlng lnstructor at Bethalto Wllma Belsley the dean of women at the UHIVGFSIIY of Ill1no1s Bob Humm a leader of a Jazz band Anlta Mlller a blues slnger ln Bob Humm s band FFIIZ Wltllg a sllde trombone play C1 ln Bob Humm s band certaln someone Loulse Mae Blrkey Betty Frank and Marle Eunlce Grlmm proprletors of a large department store ln New York Clty Joe Jacobs a proprletor of a dry cleaner s establlshment Florence Gunther marrled to Ray Huette Ray Huette a proprletor of a large bakery Dorothy Mae Rapp a superlntend ent of a Chlcago hospltal Bob Hasty a postmaster ln Peorla My name was the last on the llst and I automatlcally read my name and answered Scrlpt Wrlter at NBC, New York I suddenly awoke and heard Mom callmg If you dont hurry youll be late for school There you have 1 You can take that clothespm off your nose now Verna Roth 1 9 4 3 C L D R N o ' ' 7 happen' AS I Called their names they Ila-Jean Stieglitz: married to that ' - ' 'rx a c even -cigh THE AU RO Class l"llSlOfY Chapter 1 On September 11 1939 forty one green llttle freshles entered the halls ofM T H S We chose MISS Donna Brown as our class advlsor W1lbur Hertenstem as presldent Carol Strunk as VICE presl dent and Frltz Wxtzxg as secretary treasurer On the second day of our new ad venture we were much surprlsed when they had us trottmg ln the halls wlth our shoes 1nd socks dangllng around our necks Durmg our flrst year many welner roasts class partles and soclal hours were sponsored to keep the ball roll mg Many students were eager to Jom all school 3CtlV1t19S We were well represented 1n Llbrarlan Club Debate Band Chorus G A A Pep Club Camera Club Track Baseball and Basketball Ton Zobrlst Ernle RHSSI and Bob Knabe were on the basket playlng and coopelatlon M T H S was crowned County Champs Chapter 2 When we returned to begln ou1 year as sophomores our class num bered forty We lost two members ot our class W1lbur Hel tensteln and Don Wagner but LaVerne Apple was transferred here from Washlngton Hurrah the glrls rule' Amta Miller was presldent Dorothy Rapp was VICE presldent and Edlth Getz secre tary treasurer Mr Rupprecht and Mr Hoyt were our class advlsors Mr Rupprecht s place was taken by Mr Hoyt when he enllsted ln the U S Navy A1r Corps As usual we were well represented ln all the leadlng actlvltles ot the school Dorls D1etr1ch was chorus l1 brarlan and G A A secretary W1lma Belsley and Edlth Getz agaln repres ented us ln debate In add1t1on to those already IU basketball Frltz W1t zxg tued out and made the team Chapter 3 Our thlrd and most dlfflcult year found our class numbermg thlrty SIX We lost Remer Kruse Robert Knabe who Jomed the Navy Russell Schrock and W1ll1s Grlffm Dorls D1etr1ch was elected presl dent Ray Reln VICG presldent and Amta Muller secretary treasurer MISS Harrlet Wheeler and Mr Robert Hoyt were our class advlsors Amta M1ller became secretary treasurer of the athletlc assoclatlon and also treasuler of the G A A Dorothy Mae Rapp was secretary treasurer and Frltz W1tz1g llbrarlan of the band Many students Jolned the varlous organlzatlons although they d1d not hold Off1CeS The responslblllty of publlshlng the Phllosopher was taken on by our class and Edlth Getz was edltor the tlrst semester and then wllllngly handed the Job over to Betty Gerber tor the second half of the year Mother ln law Blues was the play chosen by our class for the Jumor play and those 1n the cast were LOUISE Mae Blrkey Dorls D1etr1ch Frltz W1tz1g Erme RHSSI Carol Strunk Ila Jean Stleglltz Lyle Blrkey Edlth Getz Bet ty Frank Marv Smlth Sharon Rae Covlll Wllma Belsley and Marle Eun 1ce Gr1mm The play was dlrected by MISS Drake and proved to be very successful In athletlcs Bob Knabe It rltz W1tz1g and Bob Strubhar were on the base ball team Wlth Bob Hasty as mana ger Frltz W1tz1g Erme Rassl and Ray Rem were on the basketball squad LH track Ernle Rassl was our only representatlve W1th all th1s belng accompllshed we st1ll had the Junlor Senlor Ban quet to undertake We chose the Jet ferson Hotel IH P90113 as the locatlon and on May 16 held a very successful banquet there Our last a1m ln our Jumor year was to help the senlors get ready for Com mencement whlch was held May lb Page Se nty n 1 9 4 3 C ' L D N ' - 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' , y . . - . , .- ve -ine THE AU RO Chapter 4 It seemed to us as though our lfrst year rolled around too sxxrftly found that four of our members had left us to enroll elsexxhere Lucrlle Baurer and Marrlyn Martrn went to East Peorra JHCKIC Bradley left us to enter Peorra Centr rl and Katherrn Clager to enter Hesston College rn Kansas We also added txxo nexx members Shnley Schult and Bob Humm Our class noxx numbered thuty students We chose as our xery capable ad yrsors Mrs Hoyt Ind Mr Jfrcquat Edlth Getf acted as our presrdent Dorothv Mae Rfrpp 'rs xrcc prcsrdent md Joe Jacob handled our frnancral problems by actrns, 'rs our s cretarv treasurer The publrshrn of the C uldron agarn fell rnto the hands of the senror class and Frrtz Wrtzrg xx as chosen as edltor rn chref crde xx as prese rted on 'Nlox ember Z4 1942 Each member of the class had some responsrbrlrty rn presentrn It and a successful performance folloxx d Mrss Dral e xxas 1ts author and drrector Ernre Rassr and Lyle B11 kv left our class to 3SS1St Uncle Sam rn hrs Job of frghtrn the Axrs Ernre enllsted rn the Marrnes and Lyle rn the Navy Qhrrley Schult also left us at the end of the fnst semester to return home Frrtz Wrtzrg represented our class rn baseball and basketball He xxas also presrdent of the student councrl and the athletrc assocratron Ed1t'1 Stuckey xx as pr esldent and Betty Ger ber xx as secretary of the chorus Mar re Funlce Grrmm xx as lrbrarran presr dent Anlta Mrller xxas presrdent of G A A and Lourse Mae Blrkey xvas chorus lrbrarran Elrzabeth Kaufman xx as presrdent of the Home hc Llub The class xvas qurte busy at the end of school preparrng for Commence ment Hovx ever the senror class shall never forget then daxs spent as stu dents at M T H S Carol Strunk Elrzabeth Kauf man Edrth Getz Martha Burger P g Eghty Con You Top Thls Arthur Bachman not skrpprng Eng llsh? Bob Carrus 6 ft 8' rnches tall P Elmer Cragcr 'rrrrvrng at school on trmc? Wm Dallrnger the school Romeo' Hoxx nd Coodycar Mr .3 by 5? lNylc Hochstettlcr thr ovxrng How ard Rapp out of the xxrndoxv? John Homer drrvrng under 35 mrlcs per hour? Albert Hohstadt bovxlrng fr hlgh game of 51? Wayne Knfrppen stayrng out of Jug for one nrght? Gerald Mueller xxrthout 20 combln atlons? Don Rapp tr yrng to juggle h'1ncl grenades? money? Warren Renner 4F rn the Army Under xverght? Lloyd Redrger frndrng hrs xvay home at nrght ' Paul Rrsen not quotlng Rrpley? Brll Sanders walkrng home Wrth 1 boy? Wayne Strunk hatlng grrls? Jack Stumpf not belrevrng 1n thc good nerghbor polrcy? Eldon Tuffentsamer t adrn hr SIX guns for a submachrne gun? Nelson Wood an Army M P? Margaret Arnett bowlrng 1 000 ame Ruth Belsley not lookrng out for Wayne K ? Dolores Beyer passrng up Hod tor Brll? Mary Sorenson gorng xx 1th only one boy a month? Eleanor Relnken takrng gym? Mary Scharer gettlng a math as srgnment strarght? Lanora Ackerman takrng every thrng to heart? Ann Brandt not gorng to Pekrn ev ery week? Vrrgrnra Getz wrthout Jackl 1 9 4 3 C L D N . 4 C 1 - 1 . We ' 1 1 1 x. ' 7 f ' V I 1 1 K-2 ' 1 Q 1. T . 1 1 - - v V2 - ' L K K , C ,Til L xi L p L v 7 . 1. 1 , 1 ' ' Z L l, . ' A A V 'Z 1 1 I 11' . F I. 1 r 1 . 7 1 1,77 1 7' - , 1' c T 1 v xy c c ' . 1 K V , 1' . ". 1, 1. . c 1. c A . 1-- 1' ' 1 ' 5 4 ' L l- C K1 1 1 K - fn 1 1 U C K tw v- v ini- i V . y 7 9 C . 2 A ' 1 H ll Cr: , . 4 . - I c . ' . 9 1 1 - Y . - ' ' Pr 1- - c --1 . ' 1 ' 01 9 1 1 ' . . a 1 a1. I ' Y kr A i .l 1 I . C . TIE? Senior play' Hwhen TWO 199' Howard Rapp--spending just a littlc , ' . ' .. r' r ' ' , . ' c . . c 1 11 ' x I . . 1 . " O 1? v e . ' Q ' . , ' 1 - f L 1 U ' " . l . -I L I n O' 1 u 1 a - ' . ' . D. ' . 1 ' N . k H - T ' U . ' . . ' 1 - - 1' ' g 'S . n 7 n - it . ' - 1 C 1, , ,x O- 7 1 ' 1- O ' . . 1 7 7 .I '- ' . . 1 7 . , I F- Y . . ., . -,- ' Y' 1 a l I I 7 ' ' 1 . 7 ' . ' , . , , - - . Y b' . . .- i . H .evn a e i THE UL RO Jean L1tw1ller falllng 1n every sub ject? Frances Roth not actlng tlred Enghsh class? Wllma SCh1Ck and Eva btraesscr gettmg thelr locker open on tlrst try ' Helen Smlth wlthout a fr1end" Elleen Stetzler the fattcst Woman IH the world? EISIG Uhlman not blushmg when l9C1t1I'lg7 Cladvs Vlsserxng Wlthout her vo cal cords? L1ll1an Woerner Wlthout a pencll behlnd her ear? Estella Vxerhout not sk1pp1ng school on test days? Ruth Guth belng 1n Jug every n1te'7 Ruth Huette belng an angel? Rosemary Jacob bemg concelted P The JUDIOI The Jumors have declded that all thls world needs IQ a house Wlth ex ceptlonally U3 good materlal 1n lt Tlns IS the house that Wlll wlthstand all tempests for at least anothe1 year we hope Velma Ackerman a tack Be1n1ce Allenspach a mlrror Dorothy Bowman Lucllle Jacob french doors Robert Baurer a cornerstone Mabel Belsley stucco Inez Brandt Erma Rocke and Glor 1a Sorenson stalrsteps Maxlne Brandts study Clyde Bruell a Wlndow Lorene Comstock a1r vent Betty Davls a Wall Ernestlne Duke a 2 X 4 Dorls lfort man tel Ethel Mae Gerber llght Dorothy Getz a key Joan Getz door chlmes Norma Grlmm 1ce box Dav1d Hager sfhllngle Margaret Hauter couplmg Russell Hull flre alarm Kenneth Jacob chlmney Geraldlne Krug book shelf R1ChaFd Lang llghtnlng rod Glenn Marquart a board L1la Mathls a s1ll EIWIH Mlller a brlck V1rg1n1a Moser a grate M'1r1lyn Mueller celllng Pearle Relger foundatlon R1ch'1rd Rellly brlck a brack AllCL Rocke putty Gerry Roecker floormg Dorls Roth venetlan bllnd Nelson Roth parklng sp mce Ruth Roth telephone Myron Rutledge a door Madelyn Schlck a door knob Margaret Smallenberger a cornel cupboard Ada Staker ra1l1ng Kay Stlmelmg palnt Harold Straesser a grandfather S clock Dan Strmac plaster Robert Strunk radlator Rozanna Ueberrheln dlnlng room Carolyn Vlsserlng lamp shade Ilene Zlmmerman a plcture Russell Zlmmerman wallflower Ruth Zlmmerman a p1llar Why Barney George Washlngton was de honestest man what evah llxed Den hovs comes dey close all de banks on h1S b1rthday" Nelson Roth We hadn t been hunt 1ng long when my r1fle cracked There lay a b1g bear at my feet' R1ch Lang Had It been dead long? Women Were made before mlrrors and have been before them ever s1nce The Jones famxly was putt1ng on the dog for some lmportant guests The gravy d1Sh was almost empty and as Mrs Jones left the table to retlll It llttle Junlor exclalmed Please g1V9 me some gravy Ma before you Water lt Pas E ghty o 1 9 4 3 C A D N v- . . in . Z . . l ' ' . : . . 4 1 . . . . . i v. . ' . . . . . 'Z ""' ' L I I - ' . 4 l 1' - I . c I 2 Q ' . 5 . . . . X I I I A w. . i . V Z . - . . - . . I . F E . , . I . .1 . . . . ' A . I. , ' l . . I ' . ' - , . . ' : ' . ' 'L ' - - I . l ' sz ' 7 7 ! ' C ' l, u 1 . I i .' U ' r I . . . . . ,, 1 y ' ' I . 'H ' - I D ' , - va l l 9 . ' . ' ' . an ' ' : n 1 , . - 0 u 1 I .- I . . l - ' u ' , ' ' H ' . 2 . ' . I .. . y . ' . . . . l U . : ' . J . , , ' ' ' 71 e i - ne Pug THE CA LDRO SOPHOMORE Theme Songs Rlchard Ackerman Scatter Bram Robert Andrews Oh How I Hate To Get Up ln The Mornlng Emogene Bachman Slender Tender and Tall W1ll1S Bauman Bllly Boy LOUIS Belsley That Country Lad Elda Blrkey Secret Patr1c1a Broderlck All I Need Is You Howard Canaday A Guy Llke Me Dorothy Crumrme Somebody Else Is Taklng My Place R1chard Dalllnger Jersey Bounce Vlolet Dlemer Bashful Bernadme Gelger I Get the Neck of the C,h1ck Wayne Gerber Im A Hard Luck Guy Margle Getz Trust Hlm Not MHPVIH Getz Gotta See A Glrl About Love Ramona Graffelman She Dont Wanna Robert Grlmm Love W1ll Never D1e Jerry Henson That Sold1er of Mme LOIS Hochstetler E ghtyt o Breathless Kenneth Huettc I m Old Fashloned Rlchard Kent Arthur Murray Taught Mc Danclng Byron Koch I m A L1ttle Tea Pot Ilene Kruse Can t Get Out of Thls Mood Roberta Lmdenberger I Got Rythm June Lltwlller Lady Be Good Wayne Marquart I ve Got A Pockettul ot Dreams Mary McHenry Curly Halr In A Hlgll Chalr Myer Mendel Can t Get Indlana Oif My Mmd Dona Jean Mlller Skylark Hey' Mabel Betty Moschel Dont R3tl0H Your Lharms To Me Allce Muselman Who? Ralph Roecker There Are Such Thmffs JGSSIC Rohlflng Danny Boy Wllllam Russell Blg Bad Blll Florence Schenke Tlme On My Hands Marvm Schmldgall The Moon Got In My Lyes Dorothy Schwarzentraub That Llttle Country Lass Jean Shxpp 1 9 4 3 U N 20. 5 C 21. ' - 1. ' U - . ,, 2. - 22- . - ' -" S 23. - - 3. 4 ll dl D as , .Yi 24. , in 4. ' Q - ' - Ai .YY 25' . - ,T 5. ' . - - ll 1 'YV 26. ' l ' V 6' l 'q H xv V 7. " ' - 27' . - . . . 8. - 28- - . . 9- 14 i ' 29. l -- 10. - I - - 30. Gene Miller- 11 . . -' 31. -- 12- KC D . -T. 1 ' - 32. . T- en.!! . 13. - 33. H - I v H 14' . . 'T 34. K4 ' . T 15. ' - . 35- ,Q 1 . 7 16. - 36- ,, . - ,, 17. ' - 37. ' ' - i 18. I- Q 38. n - 19. ' - 39. ' - 7 57 THE AU RO I Was Seelng Nellle Home James Shlpps A Llttle JIVC Is Good For You Cal roll Smlth Any Old Place the Gang Goes Lo1s Smlth Llttle Ole Lady Ivan Stemer Llttle Sleepy Head Robert Stephenson Jumpln Jlve EUHICQ Stleglltz Hey' Stop KISSIH My Slster Paul Stuckey That Sly Old Gentleman Mary Lou Strunk Don t Get Around Much Any more Betty Thompson I m So So So So So In Love James Tlller Mr FIVE By Flwe Barbara Tuffentsamer I Got A Feellng I m Fallmg MHFVIH Waldbeser Golden West Harold W1tZ1g Im Followlng You CMary Louj Russell Yordy BOOg19 Woogle Cowboy Vernon Z1mmerman The WISE Old Owl Lloyd Zobrlst Small Fry Orva Jean Hunslcker Just Plaln Lazy Robert Dausmann Who Do You Thmk You re Foolm Semor Class Wlll We the class of 1943 belng of sound and lntelllgent mlnds under the sup ervlslon of Mlller Dletrlch Stleglltz and Rapp do hereby proclalm th1s ou1 last w1ll and testament and do leave our preclous possesslons and tralts to our colleagues To our dear Alma Mater we be queath some new grass seed guaran teed to grow under all walklng con d1t1ons To the Junlor class we wlll our an gellc natures and qu1et d1spos1t1ons 1n assemblles To the sophomore class we be queath our ab1l1ty to persuade the teachers to see our pomt of VIEWV To the freshman class we leave our ab1l1ty to wm Cauldron contests To Mr Hatcher our prlncxpal we bequeath a staff ot clerlcal help To Mr Jacquat our class advlsor c1at1on for h1s k1nd ways and thought ful ldeas To Mr Rosenthal we w1ll some meat ratlonmg polnts for lunch when the Human Relatlons Club meets To M1 Gould we bequeath a w1n nmg team to brlng home the bacon To Mrs Hoyt our class advlsor we w1ll the ab1l1ty to just carry on To MISS Smlth we leave fwe hopej as mtellxgent a sol1d geometry class as ours To MISS DeVore we wlll the ablllty to conduct her seventh hour study hall ln checkerboard fashlon To MISS Wheeler we leave the orlg mal checkerboard' To MISS Melvm we bequeath the ab lllty to keep up he1 good work as a typlng teacher To Mlss Waldorf we bequeath a polnt ratlonmg book for he1 Home Economlcs class To Mlss Drake we will a more lnter ested group 1n Engllsh llterature than we so they can more easlly adopt an lnterest ln her unl1m1ted knowledge of Ellzabethan llterature LaVerne Apple w1lls her ablllty to Page E ghiy th ee 1 9 4 3 C L D N 40. 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T . . i . . . - 7 I THE hold up the cla11net sect1on to l:.rma Rocke Wxlma Belsley xxllls he1 Hblllty to get along w1th the boys to Lo1s Hoch stettle1 LOUISQ Mae Blrkey wllls her ab1l1ty to f1nd out Ch01CG b1ts of gOSS1p to Ada Stake1 Robert Humm xx 1lls h1S sleek ha1r do to Don Rapp Betty Frank vt 1lls her good natured ab1l1ty to take orders from t?J to B11 lv Henson Ray Re1n vt1lls h1s theatre pos1t1on to Elmer Crager Betty Gerber vxllls her mathematl cal ach1eVements to James T1ller Mar1e Eunlce Grlmm wllls her fa1r han and complexlon to Velma Acker man Florence Gunthe1 and Ila Hochstet IGI w1ll the1r lastlng frlendshlp to EUHICQ Stxeglltz and Allce Musselman Ray Huette bequeaths h1S robust phvslque to Warren Renner Ve1na Roth xulls her long locks to Norma Gr1mm Edlth Stuckey leaves her Job as p1an1st 1n the chorus to Llla 1VIHth1S w1lls h1s unexcltable vo1ce Ruth Tuffentsamer bequeaths her shorthand ab1l1ty to AIICQ Rocke June Yentes bequeaths her good cholce of color comb1nat1ons to Ruth Zlmmerman Frltz W1tz1g leaves hlS Marg Lare ful' Hands Off' Str1n0's Attached' Carol Strunk vsllls her long l1ne oi adm1rers to lVIary McHenry MHFVIH Smlth wllls h1s technlque at maklng model alrplanes to Bob Steph enson Edlth Getz leaves her w1ll1ngness laugh at other people s WISE cracks to Roberta Llndenberger Robert Hasty wllls h1s Unlted btates Covernment posltlon at the post OIII ce to Lloyd Zobrlst Ehzabeth Kaufman vsllls her slow mot1on vo1ce to Dor1s Roth Joe Jacob w1lls h1s come hlther look to Howard Canaday Mlckey RISEH leaves her prom1n once at the Blue Island Skatmg Rlnk P g Eghtyf AU RO to Madehne Schlck Calv1n Zobr1st w1l1s h1s permanent ha1r curllng machlne to Eldon Tut fentsamer Martha Jane Burger wllls her abll 1ty to stay on a reduclng dlet to Dor othy Getz And M1ller D1etr1ch St1egl1tz and Rapp w1ll the1r ab1l1ty not to stay on a reduclng d1et to Helen Smlth MISS Waldorf Dld you tell any body about my ples? MISS DeVore Oh yes I had to tell my physlclan what alled me Bob Andrews Have you read Freckles? Carroll Sm1th No mme are brown Mlss Drake Pools ask questlons WISG men cannot answer Bob Hasty Yeh thats why we flunk exams Mr Jacquat How many natural magnets are there? Ray Rem Two slr blondes and brunettes Mr Gould was lecturmg on the scalp to h1s physlology class Mr Gould What IS dandruff? Ellzabeth Kaufman ChlpS off the old block Dr Buehler H1 J1m who are you XVOI'k1I1g for now? Mr Hatcher Oh same bunch Wlfe and the two k1dS He Isn t th1s a stupld party? She Yes He Why don t you let me take you home? She Sorry I l1ve here Anlta Mlller My mlsslon 1n llfe IS to save men LOUISE Blrky Oh please save one for me won t you? 1 9 4 3 C L D N . . , . . . . Y. 1 . . . - . . .- vt 7 . - N 1 - ' - 1 ni s 1 I . ' 7 Y Y 7. . . - . . . . 7. , ' . aa ' - . 7. . . . - 1 H 4 ' . . H . . - ' Y ' 7 1 ' ' ' Y! , an ' -. 7' - ' 4 Y? - 1 ' , as ' . - ' 1 YY 1 V ..... I . . i H 1 - Q l - ' il ' 1 7- . , 11 . 1 ' V Y., Y . . . . . C 1 I , KK To Bob Carius, Kenneth Belsley H . . . . ' . l H 7 I ii ' , , I . . '. . H ' l 'P ' ' ,, . . . Q . , I U . . . 1 . l D I . H y . - X n a s p . S it , , . . ' 77 - , :K i l . . , . . . ' ' H to ' . ' ' - . ' , 44 1 ' ' rv - - . 1 1 ' , u n K . . . ..k - .H y 'I ' n Y - yy ' , 7, H I :ax . ' in . ,, . . i . . . U . ,I . . ' H . . . . . va . . . - - - I Y ' ' 7 ,! , . a e i -our THE AU RO Jo ZS Frltz Why don t you llke glrls' Joe Because they are so blased Frltz Blased? Joe Yes blas thls and blas that Sultor Is May 1117 'VIald May who? Sultor May O NHISG Mald MHYOHHHISQ IS dresslng Mr Rosenthal Where do you tlnd the cream of soclety? Danny Strmac In Reno that s where It goes through the separator Marle Grlmm What klnd of tlme dld you have xx hlle you were ln Lhl cago" Russell Hull What was your last Job? Elxvvn Mlller Dlamond cutter Russell Hull In the Jewelry busl ness eh? Elxxyn Mlller No I trlmmed the laxvn at the ball park Calvln Zobllst If you were walk lng doxxn a dark road at nlght hoxv would you protect yourself? Dot Rapp Id slng Hall Hall the Gang s All Here Mrs Knappen treadlng report cardj I cant understand xvhy you are maklng such poor grades now when you dld so well last tall Wayne Knappen Aw Mom you know how they always mark thlngs down after the holldays O Yes ma am Sald the old sallol durlng the last war the shlp I was on vxas sunk ln the Atlantlc and I llV6d on a can of sardlnes for a week Tell me she asked werent you afrald of falllng off? A traveler ln the mlddle of the ba hara desert came upon a man ln a swlmmlng sult Where on earth are you gO11'1g7 demanded the traveler Swlmmlng xvas the reply But sflld the travelel you re a hundled mlles fl om the sea Yes the SWVIITIIIICI agreed wlde beach lsn t lt" Lustomer I say xx alter IQ thls peach or apple ple? Dorls Fort Cant you tell by the taste? Customer N DOF19 Folt Then xx hat dltterence does It make? Dld the play have a happy end Oh sure everybody was glad when It was ox er I xvant to get a llttle on hand be fore these hoarders get busy plalned a woman to the grocel when Ol derlng I0 pounds of butter Gene Don t act llke a baby Mabel I can t help It I was born one DF1VlHg Examlner What would you do lf the car brakes suddenly falled to work? Pupll Hlt somethlng cheap Teacher GIVE me a sentence wlth the xvord blennlal Pupll Mom VV111 blennlal thlng ll she th1llkS It IS a bargaln Horse sense IS just stable thlnklng Walt McConkey Please slr l thlnk you re xvanted on the phone Fommandlng Offlcel You thlnk What makes you say I thlnk' Walt McConkey Well whoever lt xvas at the other end sald Is that you you old ld1Ot'7 Page E ghty f lx , ' . rs I " 4 I H , I ' in u ' ' rr . 44 - 1- 1 ' . .. 4: . an lx - , u 1, ' . K4 ' 19 Y ' C 9 . , . ., ' . . H I H l, ., . c . .yy an 77 , - ' , H ' 'V ' , Y ' ' , l ' . 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Jacob Joe: 12 14 38 42 4.1 Kaufman Eliz1beth:12 41 46 Page Eighty-six Miller Anita 12 38 41 43 48 Rapp Dorothy Mae 12 14 38 41 42 48 Reln Ray 12 34 38 42 45 48 Rlstn Mlckcy 12 41 48 Roth Verna 12 46 Sehult 8h1rley 12 Smith Marvin 13 gf19g1lTZ lla Jean Strunk Carol 13 35 38 42 48 Stuckey Edith 13 43 48 Tuffentsamer Ruth Mary WlTZ1g Fritz 13 26 28 29 1 38 40 42 45 47 48 Xentes June 13 41 46 48 Xobrist Calvin 13 38 Juniors Allenspach Bernice 19 41 43 46 Bauman Dorothy 19 41 Baurer Robert 19 27 28 34 45 47 Belsley Mabel 18 '39 Brandt Inez 19 Brants Maxme 19 Bruell Clyde 19 Qomstock Laxxrtne 19 42 Lrumrme Ruth 19 Davls Betty 19 Duke Ernestine 18 50 Fort Dor1s 18 35 39 49 Gerber Ethel Mae: 18 39 4 43 46 49 .0. Fetz Dorothy: 18 42 46. Fttz Joan: 18 41 43 52. Goodyear Marks: 19. Crimm Norma: 18 39 41 46 49 51. Hager David: 19 29 34. Hauter Margaret: 18 39 41 42 43 45 46 51. Henson Yvonne: 18 39. Hull Russell: 19 26 28 29 39 47 49. Jacob Kenneth: 19. Jacob Lucille: 18 41 43 49. Krug Geraldlne 19 41 42 Kruse Shirley 18 35 39 50 Lang Richard 19 28 32 34 'Vlarquart Clenn 19 33 34 Mathis Lila 18 39 41 42 46 Miller Elwyn 19 29 39 49 Moser Virginia 18 Mueller Marilyn 18 41 46 Perlly Richard 19 Peigcr Pearle 18 52 Roeke Altce 18 39 41 43 45 49 50 Rockt Erma 19 41 42 43 46 Boecker Dorothy 41 42 Roecker Cerry 18 39 50 52 Roth Dor1s 18 52 Roth Nelson 19 27 28 29 31 Poth Ruth 18 39 41 43 51 Rutledge Myron 19 2b 28 47 Schick Madelyn 18 41 43 Schmallenberger Marg 18 Sorenson Gloria 19 39 43 Otaker Ada 18 Lslll'T1C1lllg' Kay Straesser Harold 19 Strmac Daniel 19 27 28 29 30 32 34 39 47 49 Strunk Robert 19 26 28 29 30 39 40 45 47 49 Ueberrhein Rozanna 18 39 41 42 46 49 50 Vissering Carolyn: 19 3 43 46. Zimmerman Eileen: 18. Zimmerman Russell: 19. 7immerman Ruth: 18. Sophomores Ackerman Richard: 21. Andrews Robert: 21 50. Bachman Emogene: 21. Bauman Willis: 20. Belsley Louis: 20. Birkey Elda: 20 41 46. Broderick Patricia: 21 46 52. Canaday Howard: 21 50. 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