Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

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'Q 4 THE CAULDRCDN 9 Published by the class of 1944 Morton Townshzp High School Q Robert Strunk Edltor Glenn Jacquat Class Advisor Rozanna Ueberrheln Buszness Mgr r, Gill ,l in-Eze ind ' 9 7 , 0 Foreword To the Qtudento iaculfx alumm and lllendo of Molton Toxxnohlp Hlg h School we the alms ol 1944 ploudlx pusent thls tha txuntldh memoxleo of thlb school we shall feel that oul pul pose has been ac compllbhed Grder ol Books School Jlthlehcs JlCt1UltlGS IU . Features ' X in r ' rx x - 2 'wh' ' l 'f ' 1 - x,'3 lf, 1 71 ' 1 issue of the Cauldron. If this book helps in any way to preserve the 1' i ' - K- y v -- f . - 1 - , Ill ' ' ' Dedlcutlon We take thlg grand opportumty to exprese our apprecxatxon and thanks to two capable people whose Cooperatlon and Wllllngness to help us has made everythlng Wh1Ch we undertook durmg thls school year a great auccess To these two frlends and leadera MISQ Betty Melv1n and Mr Glenn Jacquat whom we greatly admlre the class of 1944 dedlcates th1Q 20th xssue of the Cauldron 'lf Us - 0 O . , 1 . . I . 1 , . . l, . ' 1 ' y L . FREEDQM QP SPEECH f 2 hc Iutula mxv c nth enjox Ihr ilufo 01 LXIJILSSIOII which h is 1lxs us hun one ol 0111 chulshcd 11QiC1OIl1S 1 Int X ' '1, zu alll thv pvoplos ol' the -2 ' 1 ' L' ' "Ui m ' 'xf."', "' zfz 'z H 1 ' '-1".'- "H Q if. A gif' ,"Hi17C,x . Reproduced by SDGCIHI perm1ss1on of the Saturday Evenmg Post copyrlght 1943 by the Curtls PL1bl1ShlI1g Company K I 1 A 1 1 N , 2' Y ! Class Autographs I If 1 EP sl -1 C" A l' I. I7 R U H A RO BGARD QF EDUCATION A lot oi CICdlt Qhould Le lven to the Bofud ol f:.d,1 C"ltlOll oi Molton Townel lp 111511 Qlchool who h1vt IX en thcn tlme md enel y ln makln th1Q 1 uccefssful ohool veal Www? Es J B Cetz E C Roblson Wm Rapp J H Ph1l11pS J N Frank MR HATCHER GUR PRINCIPAL The aucces oi ou1 school thlS year has been made rOSQlb1G bv the Capable admlnlstratlon ot our DIIHCIDHI Mr hmea G Hatchel H12 sug gestlons and advlce have prox en xery xaluable to both the Student body and the faculty Page Seven T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D N VH - , .,,., ,. ., , I 14.1 . 'W . ' X j fr- . I C ' I I 1 ' " .. ' ' ' . x' 'O' K j 1 2 1' 1- I I " . T' V - 2 'g ' ,.. . - .,.,. . K , . ' 7. on . Z Q . ,,,,w,,m ,QMS L, , . . . N ,Xt V X Q "'..I:..E:-25:-:,: .:., I : ,,,..., L V t'1" -. .. I C lx K . V J . . . , ' ' 1 r 7 H QWQSN 1 M1 Hatcher 2 MISS Neeley 'S MISS Jones 4 MISS Smlth 5 M1 Could 6 Mr Black 7 M1ss Brown 8 Mls 'VIelv1n 9 Mxss Coady 10 MISS Vkheeler 11 Mr Jaequat CA O Q,-J JAMES G HATCHFR Prlnclpal U ofM1sQour1 B S Ozarks Weslevfm Colleve Q W M1QQour1Te'1chers College L ofl M S HARRIE1' R WHEELTR Shorthand Typlnff 'md General Busmees A B Rock Ieland Ill State U of Iowa M A Iowa Clty Iowa BETTY L MELVINI Typln Pookkeepm., Algebra Western Ill1no1Q Qtite Te'1che1 Q College B Ed Page Elght T E 1 9 4 4 U L D R N w M Q tl 1 C YJ F ,. it 3 , .I '. , .y . .u T . kc , Jig.. . Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Ia.g Augustana College, l 1 CBB I I H ISABETH SMITH Iatln Mathematlcs Illll'lO1S State Normal U N D State College U of Chlcago U of I B S Graduate Work Unlverslty of Illlnols NANCY NEELEY Home Economlcs Western Ill1no1s State Teacher s College B Ed Iowa State DORIS BROWN Enghsh Speech L1b rary Dramatlcs Debate Illlnols State Normal Unlverslty B Ed HERBERT D GOULD Am H1story Physlology Athletlcs Boys P Ed Umverslty of Il11no1s B S BERNARD R BLACK SOC10lOgy Econ omlcs CIVICS World H1StOFy Amer lcan Problems Band Long Island U Umverslty ot Mlnnesota B S M A ALICE' G JONFS Fngllsh Chorus Southern Illlnols State Normal Unlver sity Carbondale Ill B Ed CHARLENF COADY BlOl0gy C 1r1 s P Unlverslty ofIll1no1s B S U of WISC GLENN E JACQUAT Manual Arts PhySlCS Ill1no1s State Normal U B Ed Umver slty of Il11no1s U O QQ, Mil' JK Page Nme T E 1 9 4 4 C A L D R N y 1 . v I ' . . ' , , . K , ., . . s - 0 N1 f , . f , . .3 I. . c c .. 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Ed. . - a y I ., . .3 ' - H A O SENIORS ADVISORS Mlss Betty Melvm Mr Glenn Jacquat OFFICERS Pres Elwyn Mlller Sec Treas Llla MHth1S VICE Pres Russell Hull Our alm success our hope to wln CLASS COLORS Blue and Gold CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose CLASS POEM Our hlgh school days have come to an end We must leave each othel as frlend leave f1 lend And as we leave dear Mol ton Hlgh Accept our thanks vuth our sad goodbye Your memor1es w1ll go o er land and sea Wlth each of us where ere we may be You can trust th1S class of 44 To do 1ts part and even mme To hasten the day when our s w1ll be A vlctory over the land and the sea So 1t'S onward and forward, a new l1fc to begm, Wlth our alm success, and our hope to Wm' Alyce Rocke 'F Page Ten T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R - CLASS MOTTO: H A D O VELMA ACKERMAN tVELMl Says little but IISILHS much Band 2 3 4 Chorus 2 Home Ec Club 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Library Club 4 Pep Club 1 2 Philosopher Staff 3 BERNICE ALLENSPACH tOLLYl She has Wlt tun and fire Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 tSecretary Treasurer 41 Operetta 1 2 C A A 1 7 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 Home hc Club 1 2 3 4 Human Relations Club 4 DOROTHH BAUMAN tDOTl I have a great more kindness than is ever spoken Human Relations Club 4 Pep Club 1 2 G A A 2 3 4 Home Bc Club 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Operetta 1 2 ROBFRT BAURER tBOBb These big silent men. Basketball 3 4' Baseball 3 4' Track 2 3' Student Coun- cil 3' Class Secretary-Treasurer 3' Philosopher Staff Fd- itor 3' M-Club 3 4. MABEL LUIS BELSLEY A fun-loving maiden with eyes so dreamy. G. A. A. 4' Library Club 2 3' Human Relations Club 3 4' Speech Contestant 2' Philosopher 3' Cauldron Staff 4' Chorus 2- Camera Club 3. INE7 BPANDT KTOOTSD Her hair is no more sunny that her heart. G. A. A. 1 2' Home EC. Club 1' Pep Club 1, 2. Closs History Chapter I In 1941, seventy students entered M T H S as fresh men Within a few days the girls star ted a new style of extremely short dresses one sock and unmatchlng shoes Order was soon made out of thls chaos under the guld ance of their advisor Miss Donna Brown Assisting her was the president, Elwyn Miller vice presldent Floyd Bartelmay and secretary treasurer Rozanna Ueberr hein Durlng the course of the year this class was active in athletics and showed the us ual freshman interest in oth er school activities By spring of 42 their bright grassy greenness had turned to a very drab green indeed' Chapter II Dullng their sophomore year Robert Strunk served as president Margaret Hau ter as vice president, and Carolyn Visserlng as secre tary treasurer Miss Helen Waldorf and Miss Judith Spellenberg were chosen as advisors. The following students held responsible positions during this year: Carolyn Vissering, was secretary of the G. A. A.' Margaret Hau- ter was the Girls Chorus librarian' Rozanna Ueberr- hein was president of the Home Ec. club, and Ethel- mae Gerber was its secre- tary, and Kay Stimeling was one of the cheer leaders. In the Speech department this class was represented Continued on Page 57 "' Page Eleven THE 1944 CAULDRON Senior Class W1 We the class ol 1944 hav 1ng mastered four years ot hlgh school and teellng lngh ly U1 educated proclalm th1s our last w111 and testa ment and do hereby b queath our OLltSt3I'ldlI'lg qual 11195 to our colleagues To our school we wlll '1 new bell system that rmgs 11 hen lt IS supposed to To M1 Hatcher we w1ll an alalm clock that 11 akes you gets you up feeds you and sends you to school To Mr Iacquat ou1 class advlsor, we wlll a number 19 shoe stamp the w1ll need 1tJ To Mlss Melvxn our class advlsor we w1ll The Plstol Packmg Mama to help Wlth the elght hour study hall To Mlss Jones, we w1ll a book on southexn hOSp1tallty to go along w1th that south ern accent, To Mlss Smlth, we w1ll a set of correspondence cours es to supplement class 1n structlon ln trlgonometry so that her students get thelr To Mr Gould we wlll a carload of grapefruxt and all the hot m1lk he can dr1nk To M1ss Brown, we w1ll a book on How to Select a Mate, be he prlvate ser geant, or lleutenant To Mlss Neeley we w1ll the rlght of way between here and Forrest so she can get to the dentlst qulcker To Mr Black, we w1ll a band conslstlng of members who don t have anythlng else to do and a1en't always askmg to be excused Contlnued on Page 58 1 Page Twelve MAXINE MARILYN BRAINTS IMAXINE1 T1s a good vslll that makes mtelllgence Home Ec Club 2 CLE DE BRL ELL Heroes are born not made Left school 4 LAWRENE D COMSTOCK KLAURIEP Though quxet of nature shes full of tun Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 4 Home Ec Club 1 2 3 4 Human Pelatlons Klub 3 4 Muslc Contestant G A 4 DOPIS M FORT tMAYIEJ The answer to Romeo's pray r pray hard boys C A A 1 4 Band 1 2 Pep Club 1 Semor Play Junlor Play Phllosopher Staff 3 Llbrary Club 3 4 Cauldron Staff Cheer Leader 3 4 Majorette 3 4 Human Rela tlons Club 3 4 Camera Club 3 Vlce Presldent 3 FTHFLMAE GERBER tETHELJ Here we flnd HYIFHCIIVPHPSQ and mtelllgence hand ln hand Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Operetta 1 2 Debate 2 L234GAA2'34 HomeEcClub 4 Secretary 2 Phllosopher Staff 2 3 Cauldron Staff 4 Llbrary Club 3 4 Junlor and Semor Plays Camera Club 3 Human Relatlons Club 4 DOROTHY GETZ IDOTJ Wonder of wonders a Jolly but qulet g1rl Band 1 2 3 Chorus 2 Operetta 2 Home EC Club 2 3 4 L1brary Club 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Human Rela tlons Club 4 Speech Play 2 Cauldron Staff 4 " T 1' 111 . , b , - y Q1 . , I - ,1' I 1 9' . 1, ' V L 7 . . . t . , 4 1 ' 1 1 Y , 7 .1 . , ' . 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Qulet modest and always ready to lend a Transferred from Kempton 4 Band tho us GAA Home Ec Club Cheerleader Student Councll Senlor Play Cauldron Staft Hun-an Relatlons Club Vlce Presldent Spcech CERALDINE KRUG lGERRYl Qulet and unassuming but always on the o Band1234 GAA134Home Club 2 4 Human Rclatlons Club 4 Choxus 1 2 Operetta 1 Cauldron Staff 4 SHIRLEY ANN KRUSE ISHIPISI In school shes been qulte actlve we all agree shes most attractlve Chorus 1 2 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Phllo Statt 3 Cauldron 4 C A A 4 Operetta 1 2 Pep Club 2 Human Relatlons 4 Cheerlfadel 5 1 Drum Majorette 3 4 Page Thlrteen f 1 . D . . . 1 -' - 1 u - - . ' ' . f ' , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 77 u Q ' . ' 1 7 Y 7 Y ' 7 ' ' 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 :' p 1 1 1 f 1 , 11 C I 1 f 7 ' . 1 ' ., ' 1 'L' 1 1 C - 4 1 ' 1 ,, . , .. 1 1 11 at - - , v ' 1 1, ' Y! 1 1 1 1 1 1 , " . 1 ' . ' ' - 1 , , w , - 1 1 1 G. . . 1, 2, 3, 4, nd 1, ', 1 orus 1, 2, 51 1 - -l . 1 1 1 I ' 41 ' I - 1 Q . ' - 1 ' . . ' 1 . 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N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q ' 1 . . . l -1 - i I ' ' 1 - , J. . . , , , , , . 1 c I 1 , 1 . 1 Q c 1 Q , xc ' 1 , 1, ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' , 1 THE 1944 CAULDRON PICHARD LANL lRIC'H1 Women not studles attract hlm' Phllosopher Staff 3 Cauldron Staff 4 Semor Play M Club 4 Human Relatlons Club 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Baseball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 GLENN MARQUART He admlres glrls from a dlstance Human Relatlons Club 4 Phllosopher Statt 3 Track 3 4 M Club 4 Speech Contestant 3 LILA MATHIS tTWEE'l'ER1 She has grace ln belng gay 4 Home Ee Club 1 2 3 4 Phllosopher and Cauldlon Staffs Senlor Plfly Treas Secy 4 Pep Club 2 Human R latlons Club 3 4 Camela Club 3 Operetta 1 ELWYN MILLER KTINNERJ A llttle nonsense now and then 1S rehshed by the best of men Phllosopher and Cauldron Staffs Junlor Play 3 Senlor Play 4 Human Relat1ons Club 3 4 Bask tball 1 2 3 Baseball 4 Class Presldent 1 4 VIPGINIA MOSER Her smlle IS vsarmth her VOICE IS greetlng G A A 2 Pep Club 1 Home Ec Club 2 Page Fourteen MARILYN JFWELL MUFLLER H r attractlveness hes ln her naturalness Chorus 1 2 4 Llbrary Club 2 3 Cauldron Staff 4 L1 A A and Home Fc Club 1 2 3 4 Human Relatlons Club 3 4 Operetta 1 Pep Club 2 Drum Majorette and Camera Club 3 PEARLE RIEGER tPEARL1 Shes not a flower shes not a pearl shes just an all round noble glrl G A A 1 Drum MaJorette3 Home Ee Club ALYCE ROCKE tROTCKIEJ Happy thoughts ready laughter good VSII thats Alyce Home EC Club Chorus 1 2 3 4 N F L and Debate 2 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Op eretta 2 Athletlc Assn 4 Sec Treas Caul dron Staff 4 Phllo Staff 3 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 VICE Pres 3 Speech Cont 2 3 4 Hu man Relatlons Club 4 Junlor Semor Plays ERMA ROCKE tSHORTIEJ Short and sweet and hard to beat Chorus Band G A A Home Ec Club 1 2 3 4 Phllo Staff 3 Pep Club 1 2 Human Relatlons Club 3 4 Speech Contestant 1 2 GERALDINE F ROECKER QGERRYJ She IS gentle she IS shy but there IS mls chlef 1n her eye Chorus Operetta 2 Llbrary Club 2 3 Phllo sopher Staff Drum Majorette Camera Club 3 Human Relauons Club 3 4 Cauldron Staff G A A 4 Q 4 QM 4 1 xl 1 Ya- , 5 . 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I 7 - - - 1 I - - , . . . . ii THEl944 CAULDRON DORIC ROTH fDORISJ She has an agreeableness that tlts every cccaslon Chorus 1 2 Operetta 1 2 Drum Malorettf 'Z NFI SON ROTH UNIELLIEJ Possessed of all the qualltl s that go to mike 1 mm orus 1 2 4 amll 4 V10 Pcs 4 Opcut 2 Baslxctb 111 llumm Rflfxtlons Club 5 MUQIC Contest ant SCHIOF Play Cauldron Staff L1b ary Club 4 PUTII ROIII tRUTHIEI L'1bo1 conquers all Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band 'S 4 Qtudent COUHC11 3 Humfm Relitlons Club 4 Phllosophel 5t'1ff.5 Asst FCIIIOI' L, A A 1 3 4 Llbrary Club 4 Operetta 1 2 MADELYN SCHICK Pleasant and cheerful at 'ill tlmes thorus 1 2 3 4 C A A 1 2 'Z Phllosopher Sta Pap Club 1 Opcretti 1 2 M NPL APFT SC HMALLI NBFRCFR X heut thflt f els md eyes that smlle C holus l L LOPIA QOPLNQON 1 ull ot lun xncl m1 chlet too daung thlngs sho should not do Chorus 1 2 'S 4 Opx1ett11 2 Phllosopher btatf J Speech Contestant 2 Prophecy Llsten my chxldren to the prophecy ot the 44 students 1nd what they wlll be on the Nth ot May IH 64 We meet Carol Vlsserlng at the door O1 her beiutlful home ln the suburb ot Morton, Marrxed to Bob Baurer a man of lmportftnce Ktnnv Jtcob the mana bout town Is drlvlng Marllyn Mueller around Mortons hero, the great R1Ch Lang Has won the electlon WVlth a bang Ile and Ada qulet as a mouse Llve together ln the blg Whlte House The happy crooner, Danny Strmac, Has marrled Lucllle a re tlred WAC Look at the glomous flgure of Mabel On the brlght and gaudy la Je Of the natlons most popu lar magazlne, Whose edltor 19 our pal Lawrene Lxla M3th1S and Joan Getz Are playlng and slnglng at the Met Our congressman at large IS Dave For us he dally works and slaves MTXIHP Brants 1s hls secre tary Some day they expect to Contlnued on Page 60 1 Page Flfteen 1 - 1 1 Q . , , - 1 , . . , . 1.1. 1 . an 11 ' ' ., L N U l ' . 1 1 1 1 ' U - - v c , , , 11 1 11- A ' A - , , 1 ' r 1 1 1 1 1 fl - ' 'Z i c, . .J . 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' ' ' ' , 't I Y KY 1 ' C 7 7 7 I THE 1944 CAULDRON ADA STAKER A very lndependent l1ttle Mlss Home EC Club 2 3 Chorus 2 Operetta KAY STIMELING She knew what she wanted Left School 4 HAROLD STRAESSER QHOPPYJ Hes just an ordlnary fellow 1n hls qulet way Semor Play 4 Human Relauons Club 4 DANIEL STRMAC QDANN YJ Transfer from E Peorla 2 Chorus 4 Phllo Staff Junlor Play 3 MClub Basketball Baseball Muslc Contestant 3 4 Human Re latlons Club 3 4 Pres 3 Track 2 3 Capt Class V1ce Pres 3 Speech Contestant 2 3 4 ROBERT JACK STRUNK QBOBJ A leader ln sports and SOCIHI act1v1t1es Phllosopher Ed 3 Cauldron Ed 4 Junlor and Semor Plays M Club Pres 3 4 Student COUHCII 3 4 Pres Vlce Pres Athletlc Assn 3 4 Pres VICP Pres Human Relatlons Club Baseball 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Class Pres 2 Speech Contestant 2 Page Slxteen ROZANNA UEBERRHEIN QROZYJ Gay of heart and brlght of face no one else can take her place Chorus 1 2 4 G A A 2 3 4 Camera Club Junlor Play Ph1lo Staff 3 Semor Play Hu man Relatlons Club Bus Mgr Cauldron 4 Operetta 1 2 Home Ec 1 2 3 4 Pres 2 Lxbrary Club 3 4 Sec Treas 3 V Pres 4 CAROLYN VISSERING QVISSJ Not very tall not very small but klnd and sweet and loved by all Secretary 2 Chorus Home Ee Club G A A 1 2 3 4 Sec 2 Phllo Staff 3 Debate 2 Cauldron Staff Human Relatxons Club Sen lor Play 4 Operetta 1 2 EILEEN ZIMMERMAN A good dlsposltlon and a Jolly person Chorus Operetta 1 2 Home Ec Club 2 G A RUSSELL ZIMMERMAN QRUSSJ I do my best and leave the rest Semor Play 4 Human Relatlons Club 3 4 PUTH ZIMMERMAN KZIMMYJ A cheerful but sterllng character a gxrl worth knowlng Chorus 1 4 Llbrarlan 2 Phllo Staff Hu man Relat1ons Club Camera Club 3 Sec Treas 3 Operetta Pep Club Debate Speech Contestant 1 Cauldron Home Ec Club 4 . E V g Q . .- I Xt Y .Q v - L- 1, 1, ' A , Ci ' ' ' !! Ki ' ' Y . . H . , , , 2- . 1 1 3 - - - 1 1 3 1 1 - S 1 ' , . . , Y G ' ! 7 Y : ' Y li Y! ' . - 1 - . , , . . , . . H ' , , 11 U , . . . . - ' 1 ' . , . . . H 1 1 . . . ' . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' - 1 V , . 7 ! ' Y 3 ' AA ' ' I ! ' l YY Hle smlled, and sald, Don t rush me g1r1S. .1 - - - - 11 . , . . , , . f 1 ' 1 - . . ' . - 1 1 1 - 1 ' ! Y 3 7 ' 7 A 2 1 1 Q ' I , , . 2 , 9 -5, - I 1 1 ' U ll . . 3 , - Q ' - L . , ' 1 . ' ' '. , - 1, ' Y Y' 'Y 'I ' . ' . . , , ., , .Q , 1 . 1 y ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y . ' ' : Q ,V , 3 , - 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' ' if ' H A O Front row Joan Getz Geraldlne Krug Ruth Roth Llla Vlathls 'Vlargaret Strubhar V1rg1n1a Moser Dorothy Bauman Kenneth Jacob Bob ble Wanner Second row Dorothy Roecker Jack ler Luc11le Jacob Mary Nan Kelster Norma Grlmm Bernlce Allenspach Erma Rocke R1Ch ard Rellly Back row Ruth Burd Elvun Mlller Bob Strunk D1ck Jackson Nelson Roth Emanuel Getz Floyd Bartelmay WHY BRING THIS UP School days' school days' Dear old golden rule days' Readlng and XVI'ltlI'lg and rlthmetlc Taught to the rule of the hlckory stlck You were my queen IH callco I was your bashful barefoot beau You wrote on my slate I love you Jo "' When We were a couple of k1dS Ah' yes' It was twelve years ago that we danced around the Maypole and made eves at our favorlte beau Ilttle dld vse know and llttle do we remember but maybe th1S plcture w1ll help recall your SO11d sender' Page Seventeen T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N Carolyn Braden, Margaret Hautyer, Phyllis Wagf Baer, Russell Hull, Harold Straesser, Dorothy . . . , . . u , C. A , O H O The 1ollv yunlorq haxe gricxougly kept up the tladltlon of M T H S Then' SOClHl hour was held Nov 12 VkhlCh the students all engoyed Nl The Phllosopher was put out by an enthuolastlc Qtaff and wlth the pro ceedQ the claw put on a flne Junlor Senlor Banquet Whlch waQ held ln JUNIOR CLASS CLAQQ ADVIQORB Mr Bernard Blick MNQ Dorm Brown CLAQQ OFFICERQ PreQ1dent Vernon Zlmmerman Vlct Pregldent Mfuvm Cetz beclet try TPQHQLIFEI AIICC MuQelman Morton 'lhen plfiv Almoet Sum to be a great success Th1S Clase xslth all lts upe and dowm especxally trymg to make both ends meet wlll make a gxeat Qenxor Claw ln 45 We the Sen1orQ of 44 vvxsh them a yeax of Quccess 1 Sk1pp1ng school agam Marg and Jean 4 Bert and Allce A Elma and LOIS 0 Dlckxe 6 Oh Margle' 5 Well vtell Dxck' 7 Spxv Bud and Gene' Page E1ghteen T E 1 9 4 4 C A U L D R N . f . .I . .., V ' , L' H H K . ' ' W 1 2 - K 1 YY--F---Lrrkrvvw ' In -I V -. I . 7 i 1 - . ' . X I 4 L L , H . 5: ' ' ' ' . . . S. mer" was held March 21, and proved . Z., , . A A , , Y ' , 1 L . . - . , . , -. . . 1 M . 1. 1 4 R I H A O lst IOXX left to rrght Mdrvm Schmldgall DOIOlhY Qchyxawentraub Mary Lou Strunk Alloc 'XIuQelman Lloyd Zohrlst Charl s Hur t1g Byvon Koch 2nd 1 xx YVIIQS Brovsn adv vor Josso Pohltmg Imn Sh1pp Eunuv QTIPQIITI Marglc Getz Gene Nllllu Wllllb Bfiuman 11m Qhlppg P1111 lot roxy lett to ught Elda Blrkey Bernadlne QM,-1.1 5::3Q :L 1- 3 Evan 1-,H 22 22512 Q ASH-4: '11-. C7 Sd F. ,. QE J 1.1 1: 1-17' SH, O '-:D+ ,D - :gi 7: JJ.-- H3 :sg 1 F. :O Z5 'D' O2 -1 ,. 'JE E-UZ fag? 1-+ hw, S5 ,E E3 S5 A 'ta O QE if 'U7 11:5 Stuckey Harold Wllllg 3rd roxy Sh1r1ey Garber C'1rrollSrn1th Loulq, Belslcy Nlarvm Vvaldbcser 4th roxy Dorothy Crumrlnf Wayne Cerbcr Pmhard Dallrnger Russell iordy Rlchard Ackermfm Ron llmer A1 drexxQ Lo1s Sl'Y1l'h 'Srd roxy B111 Ruwell Kenncth Huatte Wayne 'Nl uqu nt Bob Str ph: mon J 1mes T1llcr Ralph l or Ll1t1 1th rox how 1rd 4 1n1l1y Vc1nor1 Ylmmer mm Bob Andrrws Ivfrn Stelner Dxek Kent -.......1 "Q'w.gU' 11.4512 9' K Page N1ne-teen I E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N " ,, I fgfv gf-1311? w . 5 R' ' x 'N 5 . X l . ..4 . ' " 1 . , . . v ', . . A 1 ., .. , '- 1 . . . . y' . , ,z , , ' .Q - 1 ' 1 . v X A . , , 1. I , 1 1 . ' , 1 . 1. v 1 ' 7 v ' 1 1 ,, - 1 . . f X, 1 X , -P H , ' 1 i'- " ' ' ., " 1 ' . .1 , 1 ,, , 1, , o . . , , V Y ,V , 1 ' ' ' ' - 1 ' - ' 1 ' ' . 1 L , ,f 1 ., ., f ' . X ', ' r , 1 1 1, r . ' .' . ' 1 ' . 1 , . ' . ' - . , , . , . . , . 1 1 .. . . 1 . 1 ', 1' 11 .,,1, ', ' - . . 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Q., ' , 1 Q1 A J ' y " " ,.. -'Y , V111 H A O The forty mtelllgent sophomores may be called the old know hows They are outstandmg for the1r athlet es muslclans usual wemer roasts ghastly SOCIHI hours scholarshlp good d1sc1pl1ne spoxtsmanshlp yes SCDPHCDMCDRE CLASS CLASS ADVISORS MISS Ahce Jones Mlss Nancy Neeley CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Bob Carlus VICQ Presldent Jean Lltwlller Secretary Treasurer Rosemary Jacob even for thelr Jugglers and black mag I'h1s glV9S you an ldea of the act they look forward to the following two yeals 1n Wh1Ch they too can prove thelr worth to M T H S 1 Jean Ruthy Dee and Flances 3 Jack 4 Bob Callus Z Rosemary and Ruth G 5 Kld Renner l' Page Twenty T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N if ff - J' ic. . . A . - ivities of the sophomore class and H A O 1st row left to r1 ht Ann Brandt Lenora Ackerman Frances Roth Gladys V1sser1ng MISQ Jones advxsor Ruth Guth Nelson Wood 'Pnd row Lloyd Redlger Mary Rose Sorensen lst row left to rlght EISIP Uhlman Ruth Belsley Ruth Huette Eldon Tuffentsamer Schaer 2nd row Elmer Crager Dolores Beyer Ben Vlrglnla Getz B111 'Sanders Don Rapp Helen Jean Smlth Howard Rapp 3rd row Warren Renner Paul Rlsen Jack Stumpf Wayne St unk Gerald Mueller Carxus Wayne Knappen Jean Lltxuller Eileen Stetzler Wyle Hochstettler Wllllam Dallmgel Wllma Seh1ek Rose Mary Jacob Margaret Arnett Albert Hohstadt Wu, Page Twenty one T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N ' 7 f 'J ' 1 1 . . I " 'v 1 . y 4 , 7 , y V ' . . , ,i , . . ' ': Y ', . , .. . : . , . , , , . r , . 7 y ' Y I y A Y y .3 MISS Neeley, advisor, Eva Straesser, Mary 3rd. row: Howard Goodyear, Eleanor Relnken, ' ' 1 V 1 h ' f f y 1 ' A y ' of ,, " an 1'- 'Y Q 5 Tr Q 5 f x ,,. S 4 Z ' . Y . tx , , ui. N f H A O freshles who were just as green ae uaual entered M T H S The 1n1t1a t1on xx ae qulte drfferent and everyone enjoyed It tholoughly lExcept aome of the freshleal It was provlded by the M Club and not one fleshman was overlooked FRESHMAN CLASS CLASS ADVISORS MBS Charlene Coady Mr Herbert Gould CLASS OFFICERS Preildent Bxllle Dlggs V106 Presldent Imogene Ke1del Secretary T1 easurer Della Bartelmay generously pfxrtlclpated 1n school act lvltles and thelr soclal hour xx as then outatundmg ex ent of the year feel Qure that thls Q1 eat class xvlll add to the Qchool S leputatlon ln the com mg years 1 Ixznny and Calvln 4 Haent she changed? Darlene 2 Hurrylng to lunch Frltf 'Z Fleanor 5 Vllma V1l'1S Eleanor and Reva Page Twenty two I T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N 5 A A very large class of about sixty The freshman class as a whole has ' ' . ' ' . ' ky f '. We H A O lat row left to rlght Howard Zlmmerman Herbert Roth Robert Smlth Roy Fort Ray Fort Donald Rellly Henry Grlmm 2nd row Mary V1erhout Wllma Z1mmerman Mabel Bauman V1rg1n1a Thompson Reva Ma dacey Velma Schrock Vilas B1rkey Wanda Hager Mar1e Ellen Strunk Darlene Darst lst row left to r1ght Doretta Yentes bhlrley Rocke Cordon Selhold Helen Pfelfer Eugene Huette Sally Ann Ackerman Gene VV1tZlg 2nd row Peggy Davls Della Bartelmay Imo gene Herrlng Dor1s Blelema Betty Jur Gumm Sadle Ann Hunzlker Jo Ann Burger Imogene Keldel Eleanor Getz Donna Mlllard me-iid? ZH -illvw 'Kam akin xauniw ww "'i Dean Base MISS Coady 31d row George Sllmellng Walter Zeller Ed ward Kruse Frltf Rapp Rohut Schleber Clenn Poecker Cllfford Kaufman Garland Paul Bruce Schoenbeln Mllea Hauter Ken neth Rem LOIS Starr M1 tould 3rd row MOIIIS Roth Pobert Relnken Harold Yo dy Lor n Lutlex Ella Dully Marllyn Young Alvln Sclmauentraub Bllly Dlggs Calvln Speerly Robert Huber Manuel Hoh Stadt Page Twenty three , . 7,.r , l V K 8 . .X -- - eg -Q" 4, 1. X A t. , 0 9 X . 1 V- 4 3 t gl L E Ik ' P K A Q. Y Y f 1 'gf 'uf N' 'T f K -- ..-1 'Q - , . , ' : ' ' , ., ' . D 1 D v 1 v 4 - - l q , 1 Y' Ir ' ' . : . V l 7 ' ' V ' . 'I I . . , 1 1 x ' ', I . , 1 ' . 1 ' y e w - y ' Y ' I Y - 1 n J W 1 x u ' 4 N A v ' 'i - - - v , '. .1 . 1 - - . . ,, 1 , .V V , I ' . . I ' ' I , L , , - ' ' 9 ' v 'Q f 1 v ' I x q 1 1 1 - 3 I ' 'Y 7 ,L - M-Wt' ,mm ,l mm ,7 N ' A I I -Hu ,Rr KL , K if! 5 vt - f .F v ' W , z , ' I gg, , as " ' x . ' 0 x - .A A i , - 'V I' at Y 6 , 5. x 4, ,4 V1 ,E X , A N 'g 1 ' f 6 SS fi " g I X an D , if x , A v 7 .. ""' V, ' - 1 L . L :ec V, FREEDQM OF PELIGICDN f e, lg, EVQIy Amellcan has ilu us hid the 1161610111 ol xx O1Sl1lIJ1I1.., m lux own may Mfly the peace ploxldn this lI69l'lOl'Il lOl all peoplu umm xx hele ln the ROI ld 1 U A- 2 vz tx. C 5 'v , ' v ,S ' ' FT ' '-. v v . K . - 5 'A- '., ' .. 15. 11-,-5 an if 4'w:fP. 5 ' , ' ":7f"5'V ATHLETICS FH-If 1944 CAL'I.DHf7N Athletic Autographs H U O Boseboll M01 ton Qtarted lta baaeball sefxeon NVIU1 Seventeen playere, mx of VVh1Ch were sen IOPS FIVC lettermen Wlll be back to Show the11 '1b1l1ty next year Under the VCIy capable management 01 Coach Gould the team won four games and lost four The team tled for thud place 1n the Corn Belt League INDIVIDUAL STANDINCS Nw ilu Blur! gms, B-wi' Rip ff' ci-45.4. Wgtxw M milf-ff 4 424255.41611 'if W Name Rapp Pet! Sh1pp5 Bauror Schmuigall Strunk Rlpp W R Hull W1t71g Stuckey St1m'1c Lang Miller W Sanders Rapp Strunk W P Sch1eber 7 4 L b 8 0 I 0 U0 0 0 0 Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton SCORES Opp Tremont 4 Macklnaw 4 Delavan 5 MIHIGF 12 Green Valley J A1 mlngton 1 Hopedale 10 Roanoke 5 Standlnq left to rlght Coach Could E M11 Kneellng R Strunk P Stuckey R Lang W ler 1' Rapp D Strmac H W1t71g D Rapp W R Hull M Schmldgall J Shlpps L Zobrlst Renner W Strunk W Sanders R Baure1 II Manager R Camus front Rapp h Schleber 1' Page Twenty seven T E 1 9 4 4 C A L D R N .4 ,I Lf- "Qi, f vf K I fy V 1 3 l ' X' Il Af 2 V Y L V l , 1 I v p . ,. ' 7 4 1 . Q . . S c c f I-ffhvre vi! P ' 1- .2.w51aw.:24:1p.1.5 ..f-rr'-f: -1.12 'Q lk . AB R H P. C. D. C rrrr . 9 6 4 .500 M. , '. rrrr r....., . .11 4 5 , 54 J. 3 ' - ..........., 23 s 9 .3J1 R. ...l........ 26 11 9 .3'0 ' M. . ' .... 28 7 2 .2 8 2 R. S - ........ 1 17 7 5 .277 II. 1 ......,...... 24 7 6 .25 3 ' . . ...,.,,.. 22 5 5 .227 H. ' J ....... .... 2 4 7 5 .20 13 P. 1 .... . 13 5 2 .153 13 . - . D. ' - . .,,..... 14 3 2 .142 R. ' 1 .............. 10 2 1 .100 1 ' E. f . ........... 1 1 0 .000 U . - ........ 1 1 0 .0 28 ' F. .............. 1 1 1 .05 . . .... ..... 0 0 0 .00 11 t .. ' ........ 0 0 0 .00 1 H AU O Page 'Twenty elght HERBERT GOULD fC0achJ He knows hls stutt when lt comes to ba eball Under h1S capable man flgement the team had a good season WILLIAM R HULL fHubbellJ for hls Jabber WhlCh kept up the splr It of hls team H1s sklllful catchlng was also a great asset to the team ROBFRT STRUNK lBobJ A semor and a good outflelder wlth a year of prevlous experlence who w1ll be mlssed next year ROBERT BAURER lBlond1el A calm steady second baseman H1s second and last year Wlth the team RICHARD LANG lItChJ A semor and h1s flrst year ot var slty baseball A good shortstop whose place wlll be hard to f111 next season MARVIN SCHMIDGALL fSChm1ttyJ A Jumor He dld a good Job at flrst base He was Just long enough to reach out and pull them IH from all helghts T E 1 9 4 4 C L D R N i .L Senior and Captain. Well knovyn H A D O HAROLD WITZIF lBe tj A Junlor and hls second year wlth the team He proved hls ab1l1ty at thlrd base The fans wlll see hlm agaln next year' ELWYN MILLER CT1nnerJ A semor and hls flrst season Wlth the team He helped flll the pos1t1on of catcher and rlght fleld PAUL STUCKEY Stuckeyl A Junlor small but mlghty Hls all around playlng ablllty helped EJ eryone on the team JAMES SHIPPS fJlIT1J A Jumor Thls Shlpps makes an ex cellent fly Chaser he played IH the outfleld Where hls speed could be used to a great advantage He Wlll be back wlth the team next year HOWARD RAPP CHodl The boy who has the largest r s pons1b111ty on the team He IS only a sophomore but he has developed IH to a real pltcher Hls years ahead Wlth the team should be blg ones ROBERT CARIUS lBobJ Bobs a small boy but he fllled a blg Job as mana er of the team He IS a sophomore and W111 be back next season l Page Twenty n1ne T E1944 C UL R N 11' I Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton lVIorton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton Morton t Page THE 1944 CAULDRON C' AMES PLAYED 1943 Games We Carlock Eureka E Peorra Washrngton MHCRIHSW lDoub1e Overtrmel Deer Creek Tremont Pekrn Peorra Manual Eureka E Peorra Green Valley Delavan Washrngton County Tournament Deer Creek Washrngton Mackrnaw lTh1rd Place! Mrnrer Tremont Green Valley Deer Creek Macklnaw Delavan Regronal Tournament Mrnrer vs Woodruff Thrrty 4 They COACH GOULD Coach Gould deserves fr great deal ol credrt for the showrng thrs year s team made Berng very rnterested rn thrs sport he has spent a great defrl more trme than 13 usually spent by a coach He has been our coach lor the past two years and has done much for basket ball ln Morton -o SCHEDULE 1944 45 Frlday November 17 Carlock here' Tuesday November 21 Open Wednesdav November 22 Roanoke there Tuesday November 28 Armrngton there Frrday December 1 Deer Creek here Tuesday, December 5 Green Valley here Frrday December 8 Mackrnaw there Tuesday, December 12 Eureka here Frrday December 15 Delavan there Tuesday December 19 Mrnrer here Frrday December 92 Roanoke here Frrday Januarv 5 Arrnrngton here Frrday January 12 Tremont ther Monday Jrnuary 13 Green Valley there Frrday Janu ry 26 Washrngton here F1 rday Jfrnufrry 19 Deer Creek there Tuesday January 23 Delavan here January 3 February 3 Tazewell County Tournament Tuesday lebruary 6 Open Frrday February 0 Open Tuesday February 13 Mackrnaw here Frldav February 16 Nlrnrer there Wednesday February 21 Washrng ton there Frrday February 23 Tremont here 1 - 4 - n- . vs. .....,l..,.,.,...,,,.. 26 13 ' L , ' ' - vs. .,,lll,,,.,,......,,,,,, 27 34 . vs. . ' .,r......,,,rr,,,,,, 20 30 , - ' , vs. ' ......,.,..... 29 45 . vs. ' .....,,,....,..... 23 25 ' , - 1 , , vs. ,.........,..... 19 3 . VS, ,.,,.........,..,,e, 31 25 ' , - ' , vs. ' ......,,,l........ ....... 3 2 35 - , Vs. ' ...,.r,, 24 47 ' , - . vs. .....VV.......-......... 29 38 , - ' ' . vs. . ' ....,.............,- 26 37 ' ' - , .. -- . vs. ,,Y..lVl........ 27 32 ' , . 'U . - ' , Morton vs. Minier ....,Y,........2.VV,.... 33 30 Tuesday, January 9--Eureka there. Vs. .,,,............,... 31 16 ' , ' -- Q, vs. ' .....V..VVV.V,.. 30 45 C , g ' '-- ' . VS, , , ,' ,,.,.......,,,,, 44 29 1 " - , ' 5 ' -- , ' vs. ' ................ 16 35 " , it L ' -- , , VS, ' ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 33 , 1 , . ' 'T - 'LQ vs, ' ' ....,ee.e..,.,. c.,..... 3 7 32 l vs. ....,333,....l.l,,.. 32 22 , w , - , vs. ........,,,, 42 28 -- , . U-. y vs. . ,...,l,,....,....... 51 32 , ' - ' VS. ' ,l,,l.,,,,,,,,,, 43 47 . vs. .....l33....e3,,,,.. 20 21 --' ' ' . vs. ' ' ,..,,......,....,..,,,,r 48 36 . . ................,,,, 23 42 -' , - . H A O Bolsketboll INDIVIDUAL SCORING Fleld F1 ee Total Player Goals Th1ows Polnts Howard Rapp Paul Stuckey Marvln Getz Russell Hull L Robert Strunk Robert Baurer Dave Hager Harold Wltzlg Don Rapp Dan Strmac 20 lst row left to right Paul Stuckey Bob Strunk Russ ll Hull Nelson Roth Bob Baurer Danny Strmac Howard Rapp 'Und row Manager Bob Camus Bud Zobrl t J1m Shlpps Wayne Strunk Davld Hager Plch Bob Baurer Bob Strunk Russell Hull Dan Strmac and MHFVIH Getz were us ually consldered the startlng flve but two or three other players were pushlng them for a startmg pos1t1on all year long and as a result we often found someone else 1n the startlng llne up rules of good basketball shooting that of keeplng your eye on the basket but how can you make a basket wlthout a ball My what dreamy eyes they have' ard Lang B111 Sanders Fr1tz Rapp Gordon Selbold 3rd rovs Don Rapp Bert Wltzlg Gerald Muel ler Bob Schleber Howard Goodyear Elmer Crag 1 Coach Gould 4' Page Thlrty one T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N 17 10 54 g , 37 27 101 ' ' ' 37 52 126 45 29 11.1 ' l - 'g I 71 53 195 l u ' - 22 21 65 ' ' ' 2 2 6 I ' ' ' - - - - 4 3 ll The boys are practicing one of the 7 3 17 ' - l, 27 67 . 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H A O Bclslqetboll Morton Hlgh opened lts 194s bflsket ball season xxxth f1ve rcturmng lettel men Russell Hull Bob btrunk Bob Baurer Marvm Cetz 'md Howard Rapp Thls gave coach Could a place to start loundlng thls ye'11s team lnto shape and xxe feel that he d1d a mlghty flne 1ob of lt BOB QTRUNK Bob D1 ox ed to be the outstandlng playel of the team Hls calmness and coolness was an as set B6Q1dCS belng a ve 1y good defenslve play er he xx as also the lead mg scorer of the team Coach started the tl alnlng season ea1 l1er than usual thls year and the flrst two weeks were spent runnlng cross country Each mght after school about thlrty candldates were requlred to run the dlstance of about txxo mlles before belng el1g1ble for the squad Thls run nlng helped conslderably 1n cond1t1on1ng the team The flrst few games IH the season found the Potters rather stale but as the season progressed so d1d the team and along about m1d season they we1e really h1tt1ng thelr str1de Th1S years schedule was of the toughest competl t1on ln Centl al Illlnols and conslsted ot such teams as East Peorla Peorla Man ual and Pekln In splte of th1s compe t1t1on Morton f1n1shed second ln the Page Thlrty two MHCKIHHXN Valley League and placed thlrd ln the County Tournament whlch was held at Morton The tournament was another hlgh llght on the act1v1ty schedule 'xt Morton and proved to be one of the Imest tou1 ntments eve1 held The gate recelpts for the entne tournament totaled 'lp DlOXlfT11tCly Sl 800 1nd If '1 slnglc ses slon the gym xvas p xcked to 'tn estlmflt ed capaclty of about 1500 fans Thls XV'lS the laxgest crowd cvex attendmg 1 county toulnnmcnt so ou1 school has reason to be proud of the fme tourna ment held th1s year Another added feature thls year was the t1a1n1ng table provlded for the team after home games Rathex than have the team eat at the crowded restaurant the Home Ee glrls flXCd lunches for the team These lunches conslsted of cocoa glapefrult and toasted h'1m salad sand XV1Cl16Q They proxed xery satlsfactory to the team BOB BAURER Bob was one ol the four sen1o1s on the squad th1S year and he w1ll be greatly mlssed next sea son He xx as an all around player and al though th1s xx as Just hls second yeal of basket ball he played the game l1ke a veteran Lookmg back on the past season we feel that It has been a most successful one and xve feel sure that coach Gould '1nd h1s three returmng lettermen will do exen better to brlng honor to our school nest year T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N . 7 1 . . 0 - . , . 1 1 c 1 ' L 1 . 7- , x . 1' ' - N l l I b L 1 n ' ' v 1 ' 1 .. . . 1- , 1 c . 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TH CA L O RUSSFLL HULL Thls year was Hub bells second year of varslty basket ball Hubbell was noted for hns beau tlful long shots and he usually made them when they were most needed DAN STRMAC Dan playlng hls tlrst year as a regular developed 1nto one of the best defenslve men on the team His speed helped the team conslder ably on offense and h1s posltlon wlll be hard to flll next year HOWARD RAPP Hod 19 Just a sopho more th1S year and he already has Tazewell county teams wlll be seelne a lot of h1rn for the next two years PAUL STUCKEY Paul a cool headed player could always be depended up on for h1S all around play1ng ab1l1ty He IS a Junlor wlth a br1ll1ant future DAVID HAGER Dave was a worthy substltute thls year and could be counted on to play a good game wherever needed He IS a senlor th1s year and may well be proud of his M as he deserved It RICHARD KENT fManagerJ No one reallzes how much of a Job lt 19 to be manager of a team unt1l they are one He IS the flrst one to report at gym and the last one to leave It D1ck proved to be a very capable man ager ln all respects gf Page Thlrty three E 1 9 4 4 U D R N two years of varsity experience. The TH A O Track The Morton track team th1s yea1 has a mighty f1ne 1ecord, as the book goes to press They have won all meets part1c1pated 1n except the Delavan Invltatlonal where they were able to sco1e f1ve po1nts We feel sure that the team IS golng to w1n the County Tournament at Delavan Thelr maln competltlon w1ll come from Delavan and Green Valley who both have strong teams It IS lnterestlng to note that for the rnost part thls vear s team mem bers are freshmen and sophomores It looks '1s lf the teams ln the county will be glven a lot of trouble by Morton for the next few years We can even see some of these squad members breaklng county re cords before thev graduate All 1n all this has been a mlghty f1ne track season and the boys should be complxmented on thelr verv good showmg S D Kruse W1ll1am Sanders Elmer Crager Howard Goodyear Robert Andrews Velnon Zlmmer man Jack Stumpf Russell Yordy Coach Gould Second row Paul Stuckey Donald Rapp Har old Wltzlg James Sh1pps Maxvln bchmldgall Wayne Gerber Fnst rovs Robert Carlus Calvxn Speerly Mor I1 I' th Kenneth Peln Fredcrlck Rapp Wayne Strunl Gordon Selbold Page Thxrty four E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N Left to Pl ht, to POW! RiCh-Hfd Kem, Edward Richard Lang. Glenn Marquart, Howard Rapp. H A R O COACH GOULD Wlth a number of the upper class men worklng in a war plant lt was necessary for Coach Gould to buxld the track team out of the under classmen and from the season s re cord you can see he has done a very fme 1ob HAROLD WITZIG fBertJ Hls second year on the team ln the dlstance runs He was of great val ue and d1d a swell Job MARVIN SCHMIDGALL fSchm1ttyJ Although hxs flrst year at track he was hlgh polnt man and helped to w1n all of the meets He w11l be back to show hls sk11l next year U L D N JAMES SHIPPS CJimJ A speedy runner, he picked up ma- ny polnts ln the dashes which were h1s speclalty He was a letter wln ner from last year and w1ll be back agaln next year RICHARD LANG CR1chJ Semor dlscus thrower and low hurd ler He has placed ln all meets ex cept ln the Delavan Invltatlonal and w11l be mlssed next year DON RAPP 1DonnyJ Don s second year on the squad and has proved very useful at the pole Vaults broad Jumps hlgh Jumps throwmg the dlscus hurdles and runs on the relay team Hell be back for two more years " Page Thirty f1VE THE 1944 CAULDRON TRACK RESULTS Aprll 18 at Morton Morton 63 Green Valley 44 Wash lngton 35 Apr1l 21 at Delavan Morton 62 3 7 Delavan 60 1 7 Mack lnaw 1 3 7 Aprll 25 at Morton Morton 995 MIHIQY 211 Hopedale 20 Apr1l2S' at Eureka Molton 75 Eureka 53 Congerv1lle 9 May 1 at Morton Molton 78 Pekln Fresh Soph 29 Page Thlrty SIX PAUL STUCKEY lStuckeyl Paul's specialty was the half-mile run and he could always be counted on to get a few points. GLENN MARQUART CGlennJ Sen1o1 and second year on squad He was a dlstance man runnlng the half mlle and the m1le sometlmes HOWARD RAPP CHOdJ Hod IS Just a sophomore and from the way he can hlgh Jump and broad Jump now the records better watch out when he becomes a sen lor BOB CARIUS DICK KENT Managers Hele s two boys that really got work out Don t thlnk that Just be cause Dlck s blgger he does all the work cause that Carlus guy IS a mlghty atom May 2 at Morton Morton 91 Roanoke 18 May6 at Delavan Peorla Central 725 Peorla Manual 31 Pontlac 16 Delavan 16 Havana eka 8 Washington 7 Morton 5 Tre mont 1 Hopedale 0 Athens 0 Yates Clty 0 May 11 at Morton Morton 60 East Peorla 485 Tremont 1 2 Remalnlng Schedule May 13 D1str1ct Meet at Peorla Man ual May 16 County Meet at Delavan n -' W, I ' a 1 7 a - , . . - . , . 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Z , . . . - 1 1 ' '1 ' 1 v ' bk 4 . - . , THE 1944 CAULDRON his All1e Lou K9lgh1H Shlrley Kruse Dorls Fort Cheer Leaders We as the cheerleaders of 'VI T H S wlsh to thank the basket ball fans for thelr splendld co operatlon We beheve that th1S year s cheermg sectlon was one of the flnest 1n the county It was 1nterest lng to note the ever lncreasmg number of our adult patrons who en tered mto th1S phase of our school act1v1ty Th1S enthuslastlc body of fans has backed our team at both the home and out of town games As seniors we regret leavlng our old Alma Mater whlch has g1V en us the honor and fun of servlng as cheerleaders We have engoyed thls Job and We take thls opportunlty to express our thanks and to congratulate our team for 1ts accomphshments Here s a t1p to all underclassmen If you llke an lnterestlng Job that s full of fun get 1nto the swlng of thlngs and try out for next year s cheerleaders' Dorls A1l1e Lou and Shlrley , . ' 1. . . . ., 1 ' . . - . . . , ! , . I . . . . , , . . . 7 - . y . , . l ' Page Thirty seven PREILDCDM FPGM WANT Qs 'Q' ffff W ef?- Fhlnklnf 111 KOlIdI1lIT1N thu luydom me ms the wttlnv up oi dll QCONOINIC xt1uctu10 th it xxlll DlOX1dt Ill the pe oplos of the efuth xxlth A 119111191 of se C1111 x -I 7 Y rr xv. ,. A. V, .,, ,E ,. ,,., g , 1. '.,-. . 2 -' v fjz 1 1, -W ' 3 .- -' . 'x ' .w , it v ',Y1 Ffri 5:33 -E' Q35 5 " .44-'ff '.' ., ,iaeiq-,,, ,4 ,,., 'Pa L Tk 1 -n N-Q38 V0 Reproduced by speclal permlsslon of thi Saturday Evomng Post copyrlght 194.5 by the Cumb Publxshmg Company ACTIVITIES ACtiU1t1CS Autoqrdphs 'I' H PQ 1 U -1 -1 il' A If 1. I7 R U N l O 'swf' 'gn X 1 -A. P ,- o'5 ve 'Ni Reproduced by specldl permlsslrn of the bfztuxday Evcnmg Post by the Curtlz, Pubhshmg Company ACTIVITIES s.-'ff'-.. copy rlght 1943 ACfiU1t1GS Autographs 'I' li PI 1 EP 1 -1 K' A U I. I7 R H N O I H A RO Student Councll OFFICFRS Presxdent Robert Strunk VICE Plesldent Harold Wltzlg Secretary Treasurer Alyce Rocke AdV1SOP Mr James Hatcher The Student Counenl wlth the cooper t1on oi the students al d faculty h"lVL carrled on an actxve and successful year In the fall they were 1n charge ot IH 1t1at1ng the freshmen Wh1Ch was made lIltGICSt11'lg by the unusual type oi pro gram they planned Durmg the Fourth War Loan Drlve they sponsored a drlve fo1 two weeks and as a result 354 000 Worth of bonds were sold At the close of the drlve the contest sponsored an all school party as a reward to the stu lst row left to rlght B111 Sanders Pu sell Hull Bob Strunk Harold Wltzlg 2nd low Vernon Zlmmerman Ruth Roth Pe Duung the year the Student Councll presented the school Wlth a Servlce Flag were ln charge of exchange assem blles attended d1str1ct conventlon and sponsored a SOCIHI hour whlch enabled them to send four delegates to the State Student Councll conventlon at Chlcago Where they Iecelved many ldeas Wh1Ch should 'nd ln lmprovmg our Student Councll work va Madacey Alyce Roeke Bob Camus Knot 1n DICILITQJ 'VIr Hatcher t Page Forty one T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D N L ' ' . - dents for their cooperation. . i ' . . 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ICATICDNS Couldron Stoll - Philosopher Stoll Edltor 1 Chref Robert Strunk Asslstant Edltor Russell Hull BUSINESS Manager Rozanna Ueberrheln Asst Bus Manager Allce LOUISE Kerghm Adv Managel Llla M8th1S Advrsors MISS Melvm F11 st Semester Edltor IH Chlet Robert Grlmm BUSINESS Manager June Lltw 1ller Second Semester Fdltor n Chlef Harold Wltzlg Bu ,mess Manager June Lltu 1lle1 Advrsors MISS Brown Every year the senlor class has as 1tS The Phllosopher IS a junror class pro Mr Jacquat Mr Black Bob as editor and Rozanna, frs busl ness manager have certalnly enjoyed helplng to publlsh the Cauldron We know that the other staff membels XVIH agree wrth us when we say lt was one of the most lnterestlng and lmpoltant under taklngs of our senlor year May next year s class proflt by our mlstakes and achleve ments and get lots of pleasure out of do mg lt most rmportant project the publrshlng of the Cauldron Bemg an extra currr cular 8CtlV1ty, nearly all the work IS done outslde of school t1me Because of th1S the staff members are elected from a volunteer group Tlns group selects all the copy They also sell ads to make its publlcatron posslble Identlflcatlon of top plcture opposlte page 1st row left to rlght Ethel Mae Gerber Poz anna Ueberrheln Shlrley Kruse Dorrs Iort Llla Mathxs Gerry Roecker 2nd row Allxe Lou Kelghln Alyce Rocke Puth Zlmmerman Margaret Hauter Joan Pet? Dor othy Getz Carolyn Vlsserlng Mabel Belsley 3rd row Glenn Jacquat advlsor Flwyn Mlller Russell Hull Geraldme Krug MHFIIWD Muel ler Bob Strunk Rlchard Lang Nelson Poth JF Page Forty two ject whlch has a complete new staff each semester The stenclls arc cut and mlmeographed by the students The purpose of the school paper IS to publlsh the news of the varlous depart ments of the school and It also serve nual Junlor Senxor Banquet vthrch IS sponsored by the JLIHIOI class ldent1f1c1t1on of lower plcture opposrte page lst rovs left to right Ilene Kruse Jean Shlpp Eunlce Stleglltl Margle Getz Mary Lou Strunk Allce Muselman Jessre Rohlflng 2nd row Mrss Brown advlsor Florence Schen le June Lltwxller Poberta Llndenberger Pat F1013 Broderlck Elda Brrkey Barbara Tutfent sam r 3rd row Lloyd Zobrlst Gene Mlller Wayne Gerber J1m Shlpps Harold Wltzrg Mr Black adv1sor Paul Stuckey -Q . - .H - . ,Q ' Q Y Ya Y n 1 u . . . . . D . J - 1 - . ' F' 1 . , G , , .J . A l L I' l . . 7 . . . . Q , y , . ' .1 ' s s the COVGFS, d9Sign the book and write as a means of raising money for the an- ' u . - . n 4, 7 . 1 . ' ' 7 ' j ' y y ' ' .. . y il ' . ' . . . ' Y , 4 Y w ' . 1 I 1 . . . , , , N . 7 ' . . 0 . . . V ': I I , E - . . y Q L i f' ' 1 L ' -1 ' Y 1 . .9 D 2 , , '- , 1 r ' , :U 1 Q ' , ' ' ' , K 1 . 1 .Y ' ' -1 11 1 ' N 1 1 1 1 " ' N 1 '- HE 1944 CAULDRO X Page Forty-three THE 1944 CAULDRON lst row left to rlght Dolores Beyer Reva Ma dacey Erma Rocke Shlrley Rocke Doretta Yentes Velma Schrock Mabel Bauman V11 g1n1a Thompson Betty Thompson Eleanor Getz Darlene Darst Sad1e Ann Hunz1ker Ber nlce Allenspach 2nd row Carolyn Vlsserlng Sally Ackerman Ruth Huette Mabel Belsley Gerry Roecker Peggy Davls Ruth Belsley Dorls Fort Ilenc Kruse Shlrley Kruse Mary Lou Strunk Mar gle Getz Eumce Stleglltz Joan Getz Frances Roth Ella Fern Dully MISS Coady Imogene Keldel 3rd row Llla M3thlS Dorothy Crumrrne June L1tW1ller Roberta Lmdenberger Mary Schaer Wlth Marg Hauter as presldent and M1ss Charlene Coady as advlsor been one of the most actlye clubs 1n our school Achrevement awards are presented on the basls of the followlng polnt Elsre Uhlman Allce Mae Muselman JGSSIE Rohlfmg Jean Shlpp Jo Ann Burger 4th row Ethel Mae Ferber Ruth Roth V1r g1n1a Getz Marv Rose Sorensen Gladys V1s serlng Marle Ellen Strunk Allle Lou Ke1gh1n Jean L1tw1ller Norma Grlmm Dorothy Bau man Eileen Stet7ler 5th row Vllas Brrkey Della Bartelmay Wan da Hager Margaret Hauter Bernadme Gelger Dorls Blelema Barbara Tuffentsamer Alyce Rocke Geraldme Krug Marllyn Mueller Ann Brandt Lucllle Jacob Margaret Arnett Rose Mary Jacob Lenora Ackerman Velma Acker man Rofanna Ueberrhem als are glven for 600 polnts second the letter M 1n school colors IS g1V Whlte letter I rs glven for 1800 pornts fourth the Illlnors map IS 1V en for the hlghest requlrement ot 2400 polnts system frrst the graduatlon numer GAA OFFICFRS Presldent Margaret Hauter Vlce Presldent Eunlce btl9g11tZ Treasurer L1ll1an Woerner Secretary Gladys Vlsserlng Advlsor M1ss Coady 'K Page Forty four rv 1 ' Y . 1 ' . 1 A V. V - 1 . Y - l 1 ' as sy ' - - , ' ' s ' 1 ' v 44 H ' ' ' - l the Gir1'S Afh19'fiC ASS0CiHfi0H, TIHS en for 1200 pointsg third, the blue and ' v ' ' as H ' ' U . . Z A . . g. i Z . , . - The Athletlc aesoclatlon consmta ot H U O Athletlc Assoclcltlon OP FICFRS Presldent Bob Strunk Vlce Prealdent Haxold Wltzlq Secret 11 y Treasurer Alyce Rocke every student ln Qchool and IS 'In organ lzatlon govcrnlng the varlous actlvxtxes of the student body Thls organlzatxon IS responslble for the trfmsportatlon ot the team to 'md from the many athletlc conteats held durmg the year Thls vefxr the aesoclatlon recommend ed that all awards other than boy s ath letlcs be Worn on cherry sweaters wlth no emblems on the sleeves and that the only one perm1tted to wear a Wh1t6 sw eatel except the captaln ot boya ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION You would thlnk they were Qlt tlne around a tflble dlSCl,lSS1I'lg XVlth Bert sleepmg and Bob almost asleep athletlca Qhould be the pres1dent of the Gul Q Athletlc Assoclatlon FIFSI row left to ught Alyce Pocke Robert Strunk Mlss Coady Second row Mr Could Harold Wltzlg Mr .Iacquat Knot ln plcturc Mr Hatchel K Page Forty f1VC T E I 9 4 4 C A L D R N . . . 1 4 J 1 A IWWHYWWWWU--H 4 M 1 fm- K . 1 . 4. l 7 c ' ,,,rr, , ....... ,W ' . 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I, l ,I H A O Llbrory Club Presldent Norma Gr1mm 1In plcture OppOSlt9 pagej Kneellng V1ce P1 esldent Rozanna Ueberrhe1n SGCIGTHFQ Treasurel Dorothy Getz AdV1SO1 MISS Brown The Llbrary Club IS composed ot students xvho are ln charge of c11cula t1on of llbrary books They carry out the regulatlons that the club has estab hshed to run the l1b1 ary mole eftlclent ly At thelr monthly meetlngs the mem bels d1SCUSS nexx methods ot l1b1ary or ganlzatlon Shuley Krue DOIIS Fort Rozanna Uebexrheln Joan Getz Elsle Uhlman Qnd row Alyce Rocke Velma ACKGI man Dorothy Cetz Lucllle Jacob Betty Thompson Ethelmae Gerber Ruth Roth MISS Brown 3rd roxv HOXKH1d Canaday Wayne Gerbex Dlck Kent Pat Broderlck Nor ma Gr1mm Elda Blrkey Nelson Roth YSQ4 4 i V 1 I, Il IA Speech Contestants The debate team composed of Alyce Rocke Margaret Hauter Eleanor Getz and Bob Carlus were Class B xxlnners IH the sectlonal contest held at Llncoln Plehmmary speech contestants xx ere Della Bartelmay Pat Strunk June Gllmm Margle Getz Alyce Rocke ln humorous reading Helen Pfeller Elsle Uhlman Norma Gr1mm ln serlous read mg Ahce LOUISE Kelghln 1n verse read mg Dan Strmac Bob Gr1mm ln oratlon Morton placed thlrd ln the I H S A sectlonal contest and xvas represented there by Norma Gr1mm Alyce Rocke Dan Stxmac, Bob Gr1mm, Margaret Hau ter, Ahce Loulse Kelghln These same t Page Forty slx people took part IH the speech events of the Tazexx ell Lounty Llterary and MUSIC contest xx hen Morton placed flrst Mar garet Hautex was our extempore speak er and Vernon Zlmmerman entered the essay contest Identlflcatlon of plctures on OppOS1t6 page tleft to rlghtt Elsle Uhlman Eth elmae Gerber Eleanor Getz MISS Brown All1e Lou Kelghm Helen Pfelfer Ahce Rocke Second row Della Bartelmay Pat Strunk Marg Hauter Dan Strmac Bet ty June Gr1mm Norma Grxmm Bob Carlus Back row Bob Gr1mm T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N . , 1 . eeee as laaeeeeeeee, 1 'S - , ' 1 5 p i iiiii 5 S , 1 Y I 1 I- i 1 I . . . nu -H . l l A ' . . 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Y , ' 1 - 1 1 ' 9 'Y y , HE1944 CAULDRO N Page Forty seven Phe 1egul'11 monthly meet1ngQ have H A RO Home EC Club OFFICERS Ptesldent Norma Grlmm VICE PICBICIGHI P"lTllC1r1 Broderlck Qecretary Doretta Yentes Treaaurer Ruth Guth club became ellglble for memberahlp ln the HIIHOIQ qtudent Homemakerq an organlzatlon undet the QIIDCIVIQIOH ot the State Home Fc Aasocrttlon The Home Ec Club has been very actlve thls year under the dxrectlon ot MISS Nancy Neeley and three Qtudent teachers of Normal U MIQQQQ Julla Clme Marjotle Enna 'md June Ll'1u By adoptlng a new conQt1tut1on the lst rovs left to rlght Reva M'1d'1cey Marllyn Mueller Margaret l-Iautel Allle Lou Kelghln Alyce Rocke Fthelmae Celber Bernlce Allens pach Ruth Zlrnmerman Eva btraesser Mary Schaer Margaret Arnett Roaemary Jacob E11 een Stetzler 2nd row Velma Schrock Vllas Blrkey Ruth Huette Carolyn Vlaserlng Ruth Btlsley Fmn ces Roth Florence Schenke Wllma bchlck Jo Ann Burger Sally Ann Ackerman Eleanor Getz Helen Pflefer Betty June Grlmm Mabel Bauman Peggy Davls 31d row Marle Ellen Strunk Dorothy Getz Jean L1tw1lle1 June L1tw1ller Dorothy Crum held lnteteatlng ptogt imc of movlcs skltq d1scuQs1onQ and in 'tsaembly ptogmm lhc Qlflg cntettuncd then mothem wlth 1 Chrlatmas pot luck dlnnel 1nd the annual Mothct s Pea thuamatlcftlly tn Qome xx eltare wotk une l4lQ1e Uhlman Helen Smlth Ilent Ktuee Saflle Hunflkcl lflla Dully Lucllle lacob 4th row Shlrley Rocke Doretta Yentea Della Pcuttlmiy Wand 1 Hager Norma C rlmm Je an Qhzpp Bernadme Ccxgcr Frma Hocke Dorothy Bauman Eleanor Remken Pat Broderlck Ann Brandt Lanora Ackerman .nth row Pozanna Ueberrhun Llla Mathls Do IS Blelema Im gene Herrmg Darlene Datst Mrss 'Neeley Geraldlne Krug MISS Enns Barbara Tuffenteamer Roberta Llndenberger Vvllma 71mmerman Velma Ackerman Elda Blrkey Ruth Guth Y Page Forty elght T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D N . 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Y Y y I -Y Y - THE 1944 CAULDRON dex lst row left to rx ht Howard Rapp Jlm Shlpp Russell Hull Bob Strunk Plchard Lang Danny Strmac The M Club the newest organlzatlon IH our school IS made up of boys who have earned at least one letter Whlle partlclpatmg IH mterscholastxc athletlcs at Morton TOXVIlShlp Hxgh School The club sponsored several athletlc and so clal events durlng the year Members of the club were coaches and referees IH the Zoo league Morton Hlghs mtra I'HLl1'll bfxsketbflll leaffue They acte M Club Presldent Robert Strunk V109 P1 esldent Russell Hull Secretary Treasurer MHFVIH Getz 2nd row Paul Stuckey Coach Could Glenn Marquart Bob Baurer Marvln Schmldgall Don Rapp Harold WlIZ1g ed the freshman 1n1t1at1on The organl zatlon functloned under the capable d1r ectlon of Coach Herbert D Gould and Glenn Jacquat the advlsors M CLUB Those Jolly M Clubers eem they xull never grow up What are you 'f Page Forty nlne '0- I ffg 4 - .. , 'g : ,U ' . : , ' 3 , 1' SY 3 J N ! 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' .- , - ' - I y - Q . 14 c . , K c M, , d y ' as ushers for social events and conduct- grinning at Lang? , 'T 1 be L The Bond The band consrstlng of about frtty members, has been very 8CtlV9 thrs year partrcrpatrng rn such out ot school act 1v1t1es as the Fureka Musrc Festrval and the Santa Claus parade at Morton and Peorra In school they played at lst row left to rrght Erma Rocke Lawrene Comstock Dolores Beyer Velma Ackerman Wayne Knappen lloyd Redrger Ceraldrne Krug Mr Black drrector Blll Sanders Harold W1t11g Roy Fort George Strmelrng Brll Drggs Ray Fort Albert Hohstadt 2nd rovs Ruth Roth Jo Ann Burger Allre Lou Kerghrn Margaret Hauter Fflll Rapp Rose mary Jacob Vrrgrnra Getz Gladys Vrsserrng June L1tw111er Roberta Lrndenberger Gene GlIlS A large number of grrls composed the Grrl s Chorus thrs year under the drrec tron of Mrss Alrce Jones Thrs group par trcrpated rn the vesper ser vrces whrch both choruses presented before Chrrst lst row left to rrght Ethel Mae Gerber Vel ma Schrock Vrlas Brrkey Reva Madacey Ruth Zrmmerman Frances Roth Jean Lltvxrller Ma bel Bauman Lucrlle Jacob Ruth Guth 2nd row Doretta Yentes Shlrley Rocke Elsre Uhlman Erma Rocke Ann Brandt Lenora Ackerman Sadre Hunzlker Peggy Davrs Joan Getz Eleanor Getz Lors Starr Mrss Jones dlr ector 3rd row Eva Straesser Vrrgrnra Getz Norma Grrmm June Lrtwrller Eunrce Streglrtz Alrce C basketball games and gave two con certs The hrghlrght of the year was recervrng then new unlforms They are now savrng money to buy new rnstru ments Wrtzrg Lloyd Zobrrst Howard Papp Kenneth Pern l"thel Mae Cerber 'Grd row Dorrs Blelema Lrla Mfrthrs Manuel Hohstadt I-rances Roth Nelson Poth Ilen Kruse Jean Lrtvxrller Darlene Darst Elsre Uhlman Mirgrc tctf Jean Shrpp Mary lou Strunk BQIHICQ Allenspach Jessre Rohltrng Wayne Strunk Jack Stumpf Jrm bhrpps Pu sell Yordy horns mas They also helped to grve a concert rn the sprrng xx hrch was presented bv both choruses Smaller groups ot grrls from thrs chorus appeared on several communrty programs Muselman Bernrce Allenspach Madelyn Schrck Q lorra Sorensen 4th row Wrlma Schrck Della Bartelmay Hel en Jean Smrth Roianna Ueberrhern Marrlyn Mueller Dorothy Bauman Margaret Arnett Erleen Stetzler Donna Mrllard Dorrs Roth 5th rovt Llla Mathrs Margaret Hauter Alrce Lourse Kerghrn Alyce Rocke Carolyn Vrsser rng Ruth Roth Wrlma Zrmmerman Lavsrene Comstock Rosemary Jacob Gladys Vrsserrng Marrlyn Xoung Margaret Schmallenberger MIXED Chorus The boys went all out for chorus thrs year The Junror and senror grrls were proud of the mrved chorus because the rncreased rnterest shown by the boys lst row left to rrght Alrce Lourse Kerghrn Alyce Rocke Jean L1tw111er Frances Roth Joan Getz Erma Rocke Margaret Hauter Eleanor Getz Bob Carrus 2nd row Fthel Mae Cerher Carolyn Vrsserrng Norma Grrmm June Lrtwlller EDU109 Streg lrtz Alrce Muselman Bernrce Allenspach Glor 1a Sorensen Bob Smrth Mrss Jones drrector 3rd row Helen Jean Srnrth Ruth Poth Marr t Page Flfty had made rt a brgger success By the end of the fllql semester the semors could really be heard' They entered the same actrvrtres as the grrls chorus lyn Mueller Dorothy Bauman Madelyn Schlck Lucrlle Jacob Ruth Zrmmerman 4th row Vrrgrnra Getz Ralph Roecker How 'trd Rapp Cladys Vrsserrng Lawrene Com stock Dan Strmac Paul Stuckey Henry Grrmm mth row H rrold Wrtirg Nelson Roth Jack Stumpf Warren Penner Ivan Sterner Wayne Gerber Y ' ' ' C . 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HFI1944 CAULDRO Page Flfty one Senlor Closs Ploy The play bhes A Soldlers bweet heart was gn en on November 9 1945 by the semor class Th1S gay comedy wrltten by Anne Martens concerns the Larkln famlly and partlcularly K1p who IS to leave fo1 the Army Wlth the var 1ety of characters such as the adorlng Paula baby talk Coralle the depend able grandmom the would be play wrlght grandpop the k1d brother who does trlcks the kid next door PIHHCBY and others the plot IS bound to thlcken C THE CAST Klp Larkln fa young phllandererl Bob Strunx Rlcky lhls trlcky brother! R1Ch Lang Grandmom lhls dependable grand motherj Carolyn Vlssernng Grandpop lhls play actlng grand lst row left to rlght Llla Mathis Allle Lou Kelghlfl Ethel Mae Gerber Mxss Brown dlr ector Alyce Rocke Dorls Fort Carolyn Vlsser mg 2nd row left to rlght Davld Hager Russell fdTh0FJ Russell Hull Francey lanyones ghost J Rozanna Ueberlhem Paula lan adorlng gul frlendl Allle Lou KClghlll Coralle fa baby talk g1rl fr1endJ Alyce Rocke Phll Ca good pall Nelson Roth Chub lanothel pall Elwyn Mlller Andrea ta young actressl Dorls lfolt G01 don ther press aventj Russell Zlmmerman Leota QXVIITCI' fox screen magazlnej Norma Cnlmm Kay twrlter for screen magaz1neJ Llla Math1S Laurette lwrlter for SC19911 magazmel Ethelmae Gerber B111 la young SOld19lJ Davld Hager George la young soldlerj Harold Straessel Hull Norma Grlmm Pozanna Ucberrheln Rlchard Lang Elwyn Mlller Nelson Poth Har old Stlaesser Robert Strunk Knot 1n plcturel Russell Zlmmerman if Page F1fty two T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N . uw 1 ' 1 w - ' 7 -------f-- AY---Y-YYY . ..,,,,,,, H -7 ' Y as H ' 1 1 ,,Y,,,,,.,YY,,,, . . 1 . . , --v----f-fYY .--.-A-Y,,YY,YY., . 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K I 4 y 1 ' I 1 .1 ' 1 lv 1 f .L -1 ' , 1 1 1 ' l 'N 1 1 , 2 ' , THE 1944 CAULDRO N Top row standmgv MISS Dorls Brown McHenry Ahce Muselman Dlrector JSQSIG Rohlfmg Wayne Gerber Mary Lou Strunk Robert Grlmm Mary Seated Llovd Zobr1st Eunlce Stlegl1tZ Jumor Class Plcry Almost Summe1 a comedy m three THE CAST acts wa presented by the Jumor cla on March 21 under the dlrectlon t MISS DOFIS Brown The plot of the plav centers around a hlgh school en1or who has three 1m medlate problems to graduate ln the upper thlrd of h1S class to avold sum mer school and to keep h1s glrl frlend He reslsts the temptatlon of stealmg the exam questlons and passes the test W1th the help of a cram SGSSIOH The ca t mcludes Paul Junlor Mary Jack Mrs Jones Mr Jones Lllah Mr Smudzely Anna Bob Grlmm Bud Zobrlst Mary Strunk Gene Mlller Allce Muselman Wayne Gerber Eunice St1EglltZ Marvm Getz Mary McHenry 4' Page Flfty three Q v l D 3: I A 9 1 I ' ! N 3 7 ,. ' . . . . ! 1 ' ., l ' aa ,DF - , - f , S - ' SS 5 ' ' 3 , . . O. . ' s ' , ' - Jane ,ee,,,,,...r..er,,,.e..,.e,,,,.... Jessie Rohlfing b , . . I - . ---------A,4.-4---A-w'--- 1 ' L ll ' Y7 THE 1944 CAULDRON if Page Back row left to rlght Qally Ackermin Lanora Ackermfln Elleen Stetzler Mr Black Maly Schaer Ella Dully Lva Straesaer Front row LOIS Smlth Dorls Fort Elma Andrews Wllma Schlck Sh1r ley Kruse Joan Get? Eleanor Getz DRUM MAJORETTES The Drum Mayoretteq were organlzed a yeal ago by Mr have performed wlth the band 'tt baqketball gamee and concerte here at Qchool They aleo marched xx 1th the band at the Santa Claue par ade 1n Peorla and Morton The glrle have performed Well throughout the year and have added snap to all the eventa 1n VVh1Ch they par tlclpated We hope lnterest XV111 grow 1n thls 3Ct1V1ty Flfty four , ' : t 1 , Q , ' . 1 41 7 ! Y 7 " ' I . . , . i , . . , . - , . I I Black as an added attraction with the band. During this year they Q c . ' ' ., . 7- - , 'as U LV A ' ' - H U ON 'M' 1 Keepers ol the School The tlflss ot 1944 lt els th 1t the1e 1s one IJPIQOYI we must not fox 1n the yt ll hook M1 b"lITlLlCl Hutttt 0111 11n1to1 lf 1 ll ye11s S IS ht IN talltd hw tht student hotly h'1s bten 1 11n1to1 1t lVIo1ton Illgh School Unt1l tht yt ll lil 911340 when he W h111ltl1n1, 11 IS mpltttd t lt x1o1 Vl1lh0Ll IH 1ss1st mt XX 1th tht tomplttlon ol tht new lflflllllbll lt NX 18 lound nec tss11y to h ut 1 student htlllll H110 IH tht p 1st two ye11s ITIS been Albelt Hohst ICU F0 Qlm 1nd Alhtlt ut expltss OLII 1ppree1'1t1on fox tht11 eilolts to ltetp the school to1nlt11t 1hlt 1nd pleas 1nt The el1ss ot 14 h1s emoveti knoxunf bam these tour yea1s and me hope he spends manv mo1e years hele 1 Page F1fty f1ve T E 1 9 4 4 C A L D R , K L gin wa- '. f . G 1 0 - , l X . 1 s Albert Hohstadt and 5211111101 Huette 1 1 I 'win ' l L W3 1 J n K 'if uh y A 1- get ' li ' , '. 'f 1 1 'fa ' '. 'o' ' u .2 ".w2llT1," 23 1 1' 1 t' 1 G . 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' 1 , H U DRO Kf l"3,,, fn 'J-'Q i M T H S SERVICE I-IONGR RCDLL if These peoplc are or have been 1n servlce and are graduates and teache s or students xx hc Q Arnold Rupprecht Vllas A Bender Rohelt Hoyt June Rose Koch Floyd Bartelmay Lyle B11 key Robert Knabe Frnest RHSSI Robelt Stlubhax Chrls Staker VV1ll1am Walz Raymond Lltwlller Adell Bradley Max B1 unnenmeyer Wllllam Ellenson Hou ard Huette Mary Sayers Russell Krug Robext Annasenz Le1 oy Schmldgall Rayburn Knabe Robert Hasty Raymond Huette Joseph Jacob Raymond Rem Frederlck Wltzlg Calvln Zobrlst Eldon Bauman Robert Elsele Samuel Cerber R Alvm Getz Elton Getz John J Getz Dean Hauter Bul dell Hall Robert Hull Carl Kelster Jesse Muselman Mauon Plattner Rlchard Rapp left school to enter the service Merle Rocke W1ll11m Spfxhx I Ol oy Tuffentsamex Edu a1d WQHHGI Raymond Blnkele Thomas B1 adley Robert Brechex Donald Getz Robert Heubach Raymond Jacob Walter McConkey Yale M1lle1 Albert Rlsen Rlchard Pohlflng Raymond Soxensen Wayne Tuffentsamel Lowell Wuthr1ch Bruce Ackerman W1ll1am Baurer Eldon Blrkey Weldon Bllkey John Jay Buehlel MHFVIH CHIIUS Ma1or Darst Jr Elton Heubach W1ll1s Muselman Louls Nohl Clarence RHSSI Clarence Rem Melvln Rem Roy W1ttme1 Wllllam Wlt7lb Ben Allenspach Leo Goodyear Jesse Hasty Elton Rapp Roy Brandt Lloyd Belsley DSHHIS Dlemer Ralph Fort Henry Getz f0lJ9lf Mlllcl R llph Osu 'lld Jos Me1cnf1nth'1le1 Karl Meyels IJHVICI Moslman Yrcdeuck Reulmg MTITIH RODISOH Fdxsln Zlmmexman Geoxge Brmes Raymond Obellander G1lbe1t Rapp Mexle Rug lard Hou nd Waldbeser Waltex Pfelfex Russell Rapp Joe Reed James Sayer John Voorhees Joseph Allenspach Henry Augsburger Arch Bartelmay JI Russell Drexler Ralph Dully Walter Glelder Betty Klopfenstem Eugene Mathls James Wuthr1ch Edu a1d Bmkele Alun Strunk loseph Wltzlg Robert Conlbear Donald Knabe Flmex Wledman Llyde Ackerman Fdxx 'lrd Acke1 man Bruce Baltelmay Walter Schroen Clayton E1gst1 W1ll1am Mos1man Gllbert Yentes Page F1fty sm T E 1 9 4 4 C A L N fi'i7"w'f'4 - ' ' . 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TH Contmued from Page Eleven by C'lI'0lSll Vlsserlng Margaret Hau te1 Alyce Rocke Rozanna Ueber1 hem Ethelmae Getbel Danny Str I'1lK Ruth Roth Glo11a Soxensen Mabel Belsley Kty Stlmelmg 'md F1 m 1 Rocke Clorla Sorenson 'md Nelson Roth h 1d supl o1t1ng 1oles ln the ODCILIII And It Rfuned Robert Strunk 'md Danny St1m'1c were lette1 xxmners 1n 1r1ck Russell Hull and Floyd Bartelmay xverc on the baseball team Bob St1unk Floyd Bfutelmay Russell Hull Rlchard Lang and Flxxvn Mlller were the sophomo1e 1epresentat1ves on the basketball squad Chapter llI Mxss Bettv Melvm and Mr Herbert Could assumed the 1espons1b1l1ty ol sponsormg the 1un1or class Smce the Jumor year brmgs xx 1th It many so lal and fmanclal obl1gat1ons thls class thought It xv1se to elect a glrl to the OfflC9 ot ores1dency one Margaret Hauter The VICQ pres1dent xvas D n ny Strmac and the secretary t1easu1 GI was Bob Baure1 Thls class xx as 'ICIING 1n the usu1l school '1ct1x1t1es but three maJo1 es DOI1S1bll1tl9S oecupled most of thelr t1me One of the flrst class respons1b1l1t 1es was the publ1cat1on of the Phllo sopher Wlth Bob Strunk and Bob Baurer as ed1tors thlS enterpr1se Nas a success A Shmy Nose became thelr nest problem th1s refers to the three act comedy they presented under the d1r ectlon of Mlss Florence Drake Ethel mae Cerbe1 and Robert Strunk played the leftdmg roles xx1th the fOllONVlHg supportlng cast Rozanna Ueberrhe n DOFIS Fort Russell Hull Norma Cllmm Dan Strmac Elxvyn Mlller I ucllle Jacob and Alyce Rocke Then th11d undertaklng xxas the JLIHIOI' Semor Banquet Atte1 many U O h9CtlC exper1ences meludmg a cloud burst the mght ot the banquet the semors were entertamed at a dmner at the Jefferson Hotel 1n Peorla In the athletlc t1eld they were rep pesented by Russell Hull Robert btlllflk Dan Strmac Bob Baurer My ron Rutledge D'lVld Hager Elxvyn M1lle1 Nelson Roth Glenn MHFQUHII md R1cha1d Lang The chee1 leade1s lor these boys xvere Shnlev Kruse 'md Dor1s I1 ort Robert Strunk and Margaret Hau ter xve1e OfflC6lS of the Athletlc Asso c1at1on and the Student Councll Mar lret Hauter represented the class as treasurer of the G A A and VICE presldent of the band Norma Grlmm xvas the VICQ presldent of the Home Ec Club Bob Strunk and Russell Hull were presldent and VICE presldent res pectlvely of the M Club Alyce Rocke served as VICQ presldent of the Llbr ary Club and Rozanna Ueberrheln as In the new o1gan1zat1on of Drum Majorettes xve fmd Dor1s Fort Gerry Roecker Joan Getz Shlrley Kruse Mlrllvn Mueller Pearle Rleger and DOIIS Roth Chapter IV The freshman class started YVlth 70 students but decreased by the sen1or year to only 46 students They chose Elxvyn Mlller as presldent Russell Hull as VICE presldent and Llla Math IS as secretary treasurer As sen1ors they had a very full year ahead ot them M1ss Betty Melvln and Mr Glenn Jacquat xx ere chosen as the ad v1sors The semor play She s A Soldler s Sxveetheart xvas the flrst dramatlc product1on of the year Under the dlr ectlon of Mlss Dor1s Broxxn It was a b1g success The east was as follows Bob Stlunk Dor1s Fort Elwyn Mlller Rlchard Lang Russell Hull Norma Grlmm Rozanna Ueberrhem Llla Math1s Allle Lou Kelghm Ethelmae Gerber Alyce Rocke Carolyn Vlsser me Harold Straesser Nelson Roth Davld H1ge1 'md Russell Zlmmerman t Page Flfty seven X , . . . . - , , g 1 1-1' 1 L ey ' ' V C - L . 1 - 1- . 1 1 ' . 1 ,I 1 - f 1 4 Y 1 " - I f f, , ' v 1 1 l . . 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H A O The sen1o1s1n G A A xvon the solt ball volleyball and basketball tourna ments M11 aret Hauter xx as chosen DPCSI dent ot C A A Norma C11mm pres ldent ol the Home Fc Club Bob Stlunk p1es1dent of the Athletlc As soclatlon and Alyce Rocke 1ts secre ta1y treasurer Bob Strunk was the edxtox of the Cauldron and Russell Hull hls asslstant edltor Rozanna Ueberrheln xxas buslness manager The band offlcers xvele senlors Mar galet Hauter as presldent Nelson Roth as v1ce presldent and Bernlce Allenspach as secretary treasurer Bob Strunk xx as the presldent ot the M Club and Russell Hull was the v1ce p1es1dent Speech contestants wexe Alyce Rocke and Norma Grlmm xvhlle Joan Cetz xx as our muslc contestant All1e Lou Kelghln held the Off1CQ oi v1ce plesldent and Margalet Hauter sec1eta1y treasurer of the Human Re latlons Club Joan Getz represented the class as a majorette and All1e Lou Ke1 h1n Dor1s Fort and Shlrley Hautel Ethelmae Gerber and Alyce Rocke xxere agaln 1n debate Russell Hull Ruth Roth and All1e Lou Kelgh 1n lepresented the class 1n the Stud ent Councxl N01 ma Grlmm xvas pres ldent and Rozanna Uebexrhem was vlce presldent of the Lxbrary Club The boys takxng a part IH sports xvele Bob Strunk Russell Hull Danny Strmac Bob Bauler Elxvyn Mlller Nelson Roth Rlchard Lftnrf and Da v1d Hager The I1?1dlt1OI1E1l Junlor Senlor Ban quet xx as held IH Morton durlng the sprmg of thelr last year The folloxv1ng boys are 1n the ser v1ce of our country Floyd CHuskJ Baltelmay Bob Strubh'u Jack Irv mg Mal shall Slmmons and Flxvyn M1lle1 who IS 1n the Army Alr Corps leserves Thls 1S the past and from It th1s class has acqulred the quallflcatlons xvhlch xv1ll permlt them to enter an adult llfe 111 an adult xvorld Page Flfty elght Senlor Wlll Contlnued from Page Twelve To Miss Coady we xx1ll extra long xxeek ends because she says Monday comes too tast To MISS Wheeler xxe xv1ll '1 .SZ pas senger bus so she can hlul the stud ents of south east Morton to lunch To Sam Huette xve xv1ll a set of ten dust mops XV1Ih full IYISIFLICIIOHS on hoxx to use them I Velma Ackerman xv1ll my ab1l1ty to play basketball to Blll San ders 1 Joan Cetz xx1ll my ab1l1ty to do extla Cledlt xvo1k 1n bookkeeplng to any one xxho IS sucker enough to do lt I Elxxyn Mlller xv1ll nothlng be cause I m taklng my Gerry xxlth me I MHIIIVH Mueller xx1l1 my long xx ftlks to school to SDIV Getz I DOI othy Bauman xx1ll my pos 1t1on as soda Jerk at the Dalry Store to Long dunk Gerald Mueller 1 Rlchard Lang xx1ll my knoxx 1t all to FFIIZ Rapp We All1e Lou Kelghm Dor IS Port and Sh11ley Kruse xv1ll ou1 posltlon as cheerleaders to the three shapely adorables Mary McHenry Ilene Huber and Darlene Dal st I Ken Jacob xv1ll my posltlon at the cleaners to anyone xx ho IS dirty enough to need It 1 Dorothy Cetz wxll my cheer ful dlsposltlon to Albert Hochstadt I Dorxs Roth w1ll my study halls to anyone xvho needs them flsn t that a p1stol'?J I Geraldlne Krug leave my Job 1n T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N . 1 . , - 0 Y .1 C I s ' . 1. . .Q 1 1 , r ' , . 1 . 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K ' ' ' 9 Y H A O my fathers grocery store to the brg butter and egg man Warren Renner I Russell Zrmmerman wrll mv abrlrty to sleep durrng classes to Mrles Hauter at the request of the teachers I Carolyn Vrsserrng wrll a bot tle of peroxrde to Lunrce Streglrtz so that she can have golden tresses I Margaret Schmallenberger wrll my 'rbrlrty to skrp school when 1 hrve a speech to grve rn Fnglrsh to anyone who rs bashful l Nelson Roth leave the south end tfrvr cab busrness to Bob Crrmm I Ethelmae Cerber w ll thc back sefrt rn r certrrn Pontiac to Wayne btrunk and Velma bchrock but I wfrnt the tr ont seat tor mysell I Norma Grrmm wrll the '1 hose at my dads frllrng statron to Jack Stumpt so he wont run out or arr by the trme he s out of school I Lucrlle Jacob wrll my boy attractrng glasses to Lanora Acker man I Russell Hull wrll my gentle manner to Paul Stuckey We Inez Brandt Vrrgrnra Mos er and Madelyn Qchrck wrll our long lrst of connectrons wlth out ot town boys to Jo Ann Burger and Vrlas Brr key I Margaret Hauter wrll my abrlrty to get along wrthout my lov er to Ruth Huette I Harold Straesser wrll myselt to any good lookrng babe rnterested I Ruth Zrmmerman wrll my Job rn the offrce to Bob Stephenson so he cfrn crncel hrs own excuses I Bob Baurer wrll my blonde han and babv blue eyes to Lorrn Cut le I Erma Rocke wrll my Ivan to bhrrley Garber tOh yeah'l I Rozanna Ueberrhern wrll my colate smrle to Bruce Schoenbern I Danny Qtrmac wrll my Frank brnfrtra qualrtres to Cene Mrller I Ruth Roth wrll my nose lor news to Calvrn Speerley I Alyce Rocke leave my undr crded mmd about that bov on the farm and that boy rn the servrce to Helen Smrth I Bernrce Allenspach wrll mv rnterest rn Uncle Sam s Army to I ors Qmrth I Ada Qtaker wrll the trres on my car to Vernon Yrmmerman so he wrll have enough rubber to get to school next year I Dave Hager wrll my lett end on the basketball bench to Brll fguar I Mabel Belsley wrll my young and foolrsh rdeas about Johnny to Imogene Kerdel I Lawrene Comstock wrll my abrlrty to stay out of trouble wrth Mr Hatcher to Wayne Knappen I Robert .Strunk vsrll my fond ness for grrls to Donald Rapp I Maxrne Brants w ll my chorce of colors to Wanda Hager We Erleen Lrmmerman and Pearle Rerger wrll our everlastrng frrendshlps to Jessre Jean and Mar re I Gerry Roecker leave noth mg because I am gorng rrght along wrth Trnner I Glorra Sorensen wrll my eye brow tweezers to Eldon Tuftentsfrmer I Glenn Marquart w ll my abrlrty to mrlk cows to anyone who gets the mrlk from '1 bottle I Lrlfr Mathrs wrll my dancrng thrrlls wrth '1 certarn Mackrnaw Ro meo to anyone who has never been thrrlled t Page Frfty nrne , . . . c , - . 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N . . . c I , ' fp, N 1 . , c , 1 1 -v "' ' .4 . l ' ' 1' C ' ' ' K " - 7 11 , 7 Y ' H O Prophecy Contlnued from Pave Fltteen marry Oul ambassadol to MGXICO 19 Dot She says the ellmate IQ vely o Oul senatol 19 no othel than Male, w orklng as no othel can Russell Zlmmerman her qleatest fan Is Nelson Roth s hlled man Velma IS an arehlteet Il nolmous IS her monthly eheek Bel nlee was chosen Queen ol Mag And we know It was fall pl ly F01 the ludges wele Ruth and Flleen M010 commonly known IS the flm merman team DOIIS Roth works on her l lthCI s iarm halm Glolla the slngel had a plrty DOIIS the altlst as usual w as taldy Dolothv KGB and Gelaldlne wele ples en These famous nurses made lf pl as an And that new spaperwoman Ruth Qtlll goes about seeklng the tluth She told the news that Russell Hull Coaehlng the Cubs w as hlt by a b Malgalet S wlltes l love loln eol umn Whleh makes her leaders V013 sol emn At the theatle aeloss the street Inez the actless we happened to meet Hoppy and Peall sule get l klek Out of that eomedl ln Madelyn Sehlek Down Flfth Avenue Comes qhlFl6V And a man wlth hall so Clllly Page SlXty NES, okes WOFKINU at the Catelplllal SIGVIC elueht hls coat ln l levolvlng wheel w as whlsked up and w hllled around and around tlll the foreman managed to 9NVlfCl'l off the 'naehlne Stevle tln allv dropped and up rushed the tore man Speak to me speak to me he pleaded QYOVIQ looked Why should I h sald I passed vou sly tlmes lnd vou dldn t speak to me Wllen Ml Ruppreeht eame blek to MOITOH w lth a well developed stnse of llumol llc told hls llstenels It s so eold ln Ieellnd that the lnhlbltants ll lxe to IIVC somtwhele else Stuekev w as buslly engaged w lth l Sllldi? ln the mud beslde hls eal when Bob C'lIlL19 hllled hlm Stuck ln the mud Stuckev' Oh no' My englne dled hele and lm dlqglng a glaxe fOI lt' V11 glnla wlltes letters to every host Qhe IS the ueeessor to Emlly Post Elma and Alyee on the Homemaker s Houl Ale slnglng the plalses of Rocke s Nut Flour Gelly was chosen by D1 Tlnner To be the natlon s beauty Wlnnel Rev Malqualt XXOYldC1Q why NOID13 Crlmm Ihe Eng,l1sh teacher IS 1lIQd ot hlm Robtlt StlLlI'lk had the flu On the day oi hls mllllaqe to Allle Lou Tlllq ends Rozannl and ljthtlm It s lddltss At w hleh wt hopt you have bein lm pressed Ro7annl Uebel l heln Ethelmae Gerber T PI 1 9 4 4 C A U I. 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Wllma Zlmmer man Kfrtzenyrmmer Klds Hans Ray Fort Jlggs Hou 'rrd Lrmmer man M rggrt Dorrs Brelema Len r Pry Della B'11telm'ry Jane Arden Lors Starr Hrney Chrle Imogene Kerdel Lrttle Annre Rooney Eleanor L etz Slmp O D111 Mrles Hauter Ella Crnders Llla Fern Dully Blsrckre Crnders Lorm Cutler M1 Cmders Darlene Darst Tfrrvfrn James Anderson Superman Garland Paul Popeye Henry Grrmm Olrveorl Wanda Hager Whrmpy Brllre Drggs bw eetpea Donald Rellly Etta Kett Helen Plelter Mandrake Robert bchrebcr N'1rd'1 Imogene Herrrng M115 Worth Mabel P'1um'1n FI1fZ1 Rrtz Peggy D"1V1Q N'1ncy Dorett'1 Yentes bluggo Ceorge Strmelrng Chlcl Wahoo C ordon Scrbold MIHHIC H1 Lhsr 5 rdrc PILIHLIKLI Henrv H rrold Yordy Drck Trfrcv Cfrlvrn Speerly Mrs Pruneffrce M'1r1lyn Young Wonder Woman Vrrgrnrr Thomp son Phantom Morrrs Roth Blondre Jo Ann Burger Dagxxood Bumstead Cenc W 1tL1g Bable Dumplrng Her bert Roth COOk10 Shrrlev Rocke B111 Whlmple 1Our 151113 brederrck Rapp Joe Psrlooker Llrllord K1L11m rn Knobby Walsh Robert Smrth Flash Gordon Robert Rernken B111 Blft Alvrn Schu 'rrzentraub Abrgarl bcrapple June Grrmm blatts ber apple Fdu ard Kruse B'1thless Gr oggrns Wrllram B rld wrn Becky Groggrns Marre Fllen btrunl Mary Rose Too b'1d Bhfrkespcrn xx asnt born rn London Mrss Jones Why Mrry Rose? 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IN H A O Everyday Dlory SEPTEMBER b Flrst halt day ot school on La bor day but not much l'1bor1ng ex cept 'xt su appmg books 7 Flrst whole day of school Lan lt be true that ue the SOb91 sophlstl cated senlors were ever as gay green and g1uesome as thlS years crop ol freshles? 8 Fweryone s gettmg ln th e groove Whv are there so many re marl s to the glrls who de tasseled th1s summer My how brown you are Unquote 9 In1t1at1on of freshmen IH wh1ch everyone took part Nou It comes out The freshmen boys are better Romeos than the semor boys Por shame' 10 Bemg seated ln alphabetlcal order ln study halls IS Just attroclous ISU t lt Hubbell and Rozanna? 13 Assembly elected student off1 cers Why do the students of the op poslte sex always compete m s1ng1ng'7 It remlnds me of cats and dogs No" Yes' elected class offlcers and advlsors 1b Cauldron staff IS sltuated con cocted organlzed or what have you? 17 Baseball game WV1th Delavan here 90 In M1ss Melvm s study hall for chorus colleagues there xx as a dlspute between Bob Grlmm Stelner Stuck ey SDIV and Kent as to whlch was better 1e'1d1ng Gag or Esqulre 21 PhySlC31 examlnatlon for gvm nastlcs Sorry gxrls no rejectlon tor flat feet' '74 Ball game wxth Green Valley 28 Ball game wlth Armlngton '79 Sophomore XVQIIICI roast From what I hear they had a ghost hunt and oh' those mean Boy Scouts leav mg those poor mnocent g1rls deep 1n the heart of the tlmber after dark' O Semor XVGIDQI' roast Oh' Vou poor glrls why dont you have the appeal of the Invlaterra Ball Room' 1 Push lt up B111 2 Oh your k1dS Tlnner' J Follow through Dlck and Bob 4 Cene Bud Wlmp Jlm and Frltf J Mabel and Gerry 6 Jean and Margle 7 Baseball rooters 8 Second team actlon 1 Page S1Xty f1VE T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N ' l l f A 7 . ' 4' , N -, . ' I 1 ' , . 1, . ', .' c .B '. V' l'c.' I , ' , . ' 1 1 I V , . . Q v I hr - Q. ' . - , ' , Gi T! 7 . - ,L A C 14. Seniors, juniors, sophomores . v . 7 . .-4 . s. A C y . . G ' 1 1 ' ' 7 , ' as H an ' ar C C ' . , ' , c 0 . ' . . . Y . - Y.. -J . . . . , 4 1 . ' ' ' ' .' ' . 9 Y v - - 7 v r 1 ' ' ' . '.. c . . .3 ' . . . I '. ,. Q r I THE 1944 CAULDRON N 'oz T H E G R I L L Ice Cream Sandwlches Sodas Quallty Meals Morton Ill JUNE S BEAUTY PARLOR We Speclallze ln Permanents North Maln Street Morton Ill KNOLLS BOWLING PALACE Favorlte Spot for Recreatlon ROCKE S FOOD MARKET 6 COLD STORAGE LOCKERS Morton Ill1no1s Page SlXty SIX HOME OIL CO We Alm to Please You' Morton and Tremont K R U G S M A R K E T The Happy Hour Store Phone 2311 Morton Ill FREIDINGER BROS MARKET Featurlng Rlchelleu Foods Morton Il11no1s THE SMART SHOP Ladles Apparel and Mlllmerv 1 E .L Morton, Illinois Phone 4831 - Morton, Ill. X. X, - 5 THE 1944 CAULDRON OCTOBER 1 Ball game wlth Hopedale 4 Class meetlngs ot Junlors and semors Mr Black Just dlscovered they forgot to measure the lower half of the glrl s band unlforms 5 Game at Roanoke benlor play try outs Glrl s baseball tournament 6 Instructlon flre drlll for Flre Preventlon Week 7 Manny Hohstadt asks the blg bad bovs ln the flfth hour study hall to keep thelr tacks to themselves 8 Senlor hay ride and soclal hour Warren Renner what are you golng to do Wlth all that ham you won at the raffle? 11 Boys llstened to Yanks and Cardmals 1n upstalrs drawlng room They started basketball tralnlng by runnlng four mlles 13 Boys walked 2l mlles and play ed rlng around the rosy the rest ot the way of the track 14 SGHIOFS had plctures taken ln Bloommgton Jun1or boys went about ln Work clothes 15 Everyone IS Just flowlng over wlth knowledge now that the flrst SIX weeks tests are here 18 Bob Strubhar IS ln the Navy now and not behlnd a desk Wlll mlss you Bob but we re behlnd you 99 44 percent 19 Look sharp glrls Nellles got another d l1c1ous car twlth tour 20 SBHIOFS got graduatlon proots and are We thr1lled" 21 Assembly everyone IS 1ust so calm about the hohday tomorrow' '72 Teachers go to school for change CTeachers Instltute and no schooll 25 What s the matter Johnny cant you Koch 'md Hartlg Joln the Coast Guard? 27 Glrls Home Ec club IS gettlng ready for the b1g Hallowe en partv 28 These poor freshle Home Ec glrls back ln the1r second Ch1ldh0Od carrymg dolls around 1 How was the ICG boys? 2 The Jolly Junxors 5 Oul lettermen 4 What can they be looklng at" 5 Nlce group ot girls 6 Senlor play k1SS her Bob 7 My' My' Look at Llttle Red Rldlng Hood' t Page Slxty seven . , . - , . . s L . ' ! , . . t n 2 ' 'v Y Y ' V . . . . , . ' , Q tires, too!!J. ' ' 1 .. . a 1 - I 7 F A . . ,A Q 1 . , , Y A , , , c . . . 1 . , I , , . ' .. . . T . l THE 1944 CAULDRON "i'1hn1 I-IAUTER GRAIN :S COAL CO Feed Coal and Reed Phone 5141 Morton Ill THE CLIFTWOOD INN A Good Place to Meet Your Frlends U S Route 100 Morton Ill MORTON BLDG 6 LOAN ASSN Your Lucky Day When You Start Savlng for a Home Morton I1l1no1s STUMPF PHARMACY Drugs Fountam SBFVICG Morton Ilhnols PEKIN AUTO BODY CO Body and Fender Repalr Pekln Illlnols WILLIAM GRANT Your County Sherlff Pekln IHIUOIS W I EDENS Pekln s Shoe Store Flne Shoes Phone 222 421 Court Pekln I111no1s WALZ 6 WIECKHOFF MOTOR COMPANY Morton Ill1no1s Page SIXYQ elght , ri . . 25 at 1 u . , L r-r . . . 1 ' y I .. . '-"' , . Y ' I I ' u u . , . . L L 9 7 . . A y l nbwq ., 4-.F ' H K- ak Q Y- . . , . , "' - V .. -.,..,,f. H A O NOVEMBER 1 Basketball boys are busy tak mg thelr CI oss country work outs 4 Dress rehearsal for the senlor play and to thmk tomorrow nlght we have to glve lt 5 SGUIOI' play and we all Just went wlld over RlCh Langs loud socks lbrlght redj' b CSatJ The Student COUHCII sectlon conference at Pcorla Central hlgh school Be1t says It had to hap pen on a ralny day' is Basketball squad posted Hey you other guys dont go dragglnv your lower l1p all over our nlce clean flool' 9 Assembly and student body was arranged ln alphabetlcal orde1 Gelry wants to skoot over about two places Pretty mee eh T1nner" 10 Assembly student e o u n c 1 l speakers group slnglng 11 Armlstlce Day" 12 Back to school Junlor SOCl1l hour m the evemng and Mlss MQIVID won the turkey laffle' 15 Assembly today Program tor tlckets 1b Questxon Why are all the band members so ulde awake? An SWQI Because they had to be here at 1 .10 '1 m for band practlce' 19 Band concert tonlght and oh' those flashy red and gray umlorms' 22 Cauldron contest open What excltement' 23 The Zoo Leaguers are gomff strong and that grand stand of lus elous females' Flrst basketball game of tht year wxth Carlock We won 26 13 Thanksg1v1ng Day Vacatlon to get over 1nd1ges t1on Stlll a hangover from 6 weeks today Oh' those grades' Played Fureka Somethlng new has been added to the Eureka team Gerald Mueller scored two for Eureka and we lost tests 1 MICS Enns and M1s 'Neeley 2 The gang golng skatlng 3 Mabel and Ferry 4 Luc1lle Ann Erma and Margaret 9 Al Shuley and Dorls 6 None other than 'VI1 Jacquat' 1 Tlnner and Hubbell 8 Ruth Al11e Lou and Norma Page Slxty nlne T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N C . . ' , . Y . l ' . n L . ry - ' Y! I . 7 3 , ' D 'V I LJ J ' c . sr C n Cn L l K . ' ,- L 1- i 5 A C ' 1 s-Y .T ' -, tv. . . . ' 'z boosting sale of season basketball 1 L. . t H , . l 7. ,, - , .. H l . . L . "HQ ' YY . C. . - ,L , " .4 . C . L . ' ,D . C . 24. ' 1 25. ' ' . 26. ' ' ' - 29. ' ' A 30. , , ' .I 1 . . 'sf f. . " . 'i ,T . H A L O O E K E L 6 S O N S Heating and Plumbing KEENAN SPORTING GOODS CO Sport Goods for Good Sports 514 Main Street Peoria Ill DR L E PATTON Osteopathic Physician Morton Illinois JOHN FRINTZ IR Morton s Jeweler Gifts that Last M01 ton Illinois Compliments of YALE MARCH ARCH BARTELMAY 6. SONS General Farm Fquipment Dealers Morton Illinois Lamps Kitchen Pottery Art Ware THE MORTON POTTERY COMPANY Morton Illinois ART FOTO SHOP Photogi aphers foi The Cauldron Bloomington Ill Page Seventy T E 1 9 4 4 C U D R N Phone 3561 - Morton, Illinois Morton, Illinois H DECEMBER 1 Assembly after whlch report cards were dlshed out Hear those groans? omores and freshmen we1e taken to day by the All Foto Studlo 3 Fame wlth hast Peorxa here We lost lt 30 20 6 Jumors Won the Lauldl on con test WhlCh closed today at 4 p m 7 Lost the basketball game w1th Washlngton here 8 b0 puplls were absent today because of flu colds and Peoria A movle was shown ln assembly 9 Questlon Why IS It that only the students get s1ck" 10 Gave away our Tomahawk to MHCKIHQW ln a double over tlme game Excltement DeLuxe' 13 Bob Strunk came to school to day w1th a black eye He says bhe b1t me' T B tests glven today 14 Basketball game W1th Deer Creek tonlght Belleve It or not by Coach WE WON' 15 Assembly 'md movle Bob Baurer was gflplng about second per 10d belng omltted 16 T B tests checked 17 Note Jlm Sh1ppS has just re cently dlscovered there are exactlv 11893 school seconds left untll the Chrlstmas vacatlon 20 The elghth perlod study hall has been lnformed by MISS MGIVIH when to check out It seems that Mlles Hauter tells tlme by the sun 21 The SCHIOFQ recexved thelr pho tographs today A lot of moans and groans but all ln all we d1d get our plctures before Chrlstmas. 22 Santa Claus IS comlng day at ter tomorrow So all the llttle kldd19q were let out for the holldays after a blg party A O WT'- i M ,Q aw wx 1 Bob and V1las 2 Ruth and Russell 3 Well, go on 1n, vour p1cture IS taken' 4 Dot, Norma, Roz anna and MISS Brown 5 Tweeter 6 Bermce and StCV1G 7 M1ss Jones' walblers 8 Rozy and Hubbell 9 Wmter at M T H S 10 Close your mouth, SPIV' 4' Page Seventy one T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N , F 5 mg, ,s 0 2. Class p1cturesofjun1ors,soph- L J f 2 7 , - . . uv' 4, 'V K "B . 1 . 1 u . - L ' - g mu' y ii . X In I 5 . , ., . . u H . . ' YV . ' 167' - ' Y . ,, . v y Y ' at 4 K . u ! THE 1944 CAULDRON 1 B 81 H Shoe Store 390 Court Street Pekin Illinois Strunk s Dairy Milk 81 Cream Ph 4511 '3 Henry Blrkenbusch 'ind Son Jewelers Pekin Ill Page Seventy two Pioneer H1 Bred Corn Co Morton Illinois The Illinois Hotel A W Prei S Prop in Ioneo Broq Iewolem Town v Country Clfl Shop Peg Jcwilt 5 Arn fern Society Pekin I11 7 Schipper Sz Block Co Dry CoodS Clothing and Furnishings Pekin I11 Seymour s Department Store J The Beauty Box 25 Jeffe1QonStreet Morton Illinois . y . . - Y , , ' . ' - 'T - . 7 U 2. H ' ' 5. ' ' 5- ' Morton, Iliinois Tao Q91 oi-in Tekinf Ill. Pekin, Illinois V -- C . y' i N .. 'v'i!:", V' .l In ' ,1' i I :F . H A O JANUARY 3 Flrst day back after hol1day vac'1t1on and oh' you should have seen those sleepy students th1Q morn mg The 1de'1' Cettlng up before nlnc '1 m' 4 Junlors get thelr class rmgs today 5 Pep meetlng today Tonlght Molton plays '1 band beneflt basket b1ll same w1th Manual Guess who won not us' 10 Mary McHen1y now has a blg load off her mlnd She cut her halr' 11 Lost to Eureka tonlght 12 G A A bowlln tournament started today Played Peorla there today and ost Semester examlnatlons Semester tests today Stlll semester tests' 20 We groaned a llttle when we heard the results of our examlnatlon papers but most of us were so preoc cupled Wlth our new classes that we dldn t mlnd those old grades a b1t 21 Played a game at MIHIBF and won 33 30 24 Yes even ireshmen get klcked out of classes' What s the matter w1th Engllsh MIIGSV 25 All Junlors and some sen1o1s took the unlverslty test today 26 Played Delavan here tonlght Won both games 27 Senlors pxcked class flower the yellow rose Class colors are blue and gold They also p1Ck9d out 1nv1 t3t10HS lor graduatlon 28 Played a game at Washlngton tonlght and lost 31 Warren Renner was elected P1n up Boy of 44 Wlth a unanx mous vote of the shop class al 1 Glrls basketball actxon 2 Dont b1te It otf J1m' 3 Stuke one' Bobby 4 Mary and Howard 5 Bob made lt 6 Cornt get 1nl1nc 4 Mr Black 8 What are they dolng together 9 Jean poses Page Seventy three T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N . ' . ' . fl fl 'Q 1 ' ' WV l 'ff 4.3 14. ' 1 . 17. ' ' . l 18. . 1 19. ' . THE1944 CAULDRON I MORTON DRY CLEANERS Y V E T T E S Tdzeu ell Countv Q Flneet Cleaners Pek1n s Flneet Dress Shop Phone 6601 Morton I11 Pekln HIIDOIS Pofned by L1l1 Mlthl Pu Qell Hull and 'vlgdeled by CQFIV Roegkg-r and Roz mnx Ueberrheln Mabel Belsley MARTY S BEAUTY SHOP FARMER S CO OP SCIVICC oi Exccllent Qualltv GRAIN 6 COAL ASSN Permanents F1nge1 Wavef: MQHICUIC GIFIIH Lodi Feeds Seed and Llmestone MHICQIS and If aclals Phone 6301 Morton Illlnom Morton Ilhnom Page Sex enty four I I v , . . , . 1 1 - v . 1 2 2 S, . A t , 1 - ZZ E , . 5 I I I ' ' W . ' ' ' , 1 . ' ' I . 1 . . 1 w . ' . v c 1 . K, 1 . - ' y . ' y K h '91 - 1 v ' ' r I 1 f T A . . 1 , . , . 7 ,- H A O FEBRUARY 1 Countv Tournament held here Washlngton won ovel C xeen Valley Armmgton over Mackmaw and Mor ton over Deer Creek 5 Flnal nl ht of tourn lment 'md Molton won thlrd place 7 A spec-111 assembly spulted bv ou1 thlrd place "lNX'1I'd 8 Morton played MIHICI herr and Won '32 '37 I Assembly wlth bfmd under the leadershlp ot Mr Black playlm, Wh1lL MISQ Jones led the student body mglng 10 Qulte a bl17z1rd today and Mr Hatcher klndly let us have the alter noon off 11 No school today because ol the deep Wlnter wonderland frozen va po1' 14 Valentme s Day has arr1ved especlally for Wayne Gelbel md Wllma SCl1lCk who have been called down 101 converslng over the encvclopedla desk ln back of study, ha 15 Played Tremont here and Won the famlllar 'lomahawk back agaln board Lost' A boy t11end D'ulene Dalst' 17 Pep assembly th1s aiternoon Play Creen Valley tonlght 18 Pep assembly Played Deer Creek there and won by large margln 21 Chorus members were chosen for county contest Practlce tomght 22 Played Mackmaw here Lost' 23 Movle on Vocatlon Mlles Hauter and Lorln Cutler are gomg out for feather welght boxing champs so says NIISS bmlth when she had to part them this mornmg 25 Played Delavan there Lost 28 What s thls we notlce between W Knappen and Imogene Keldel? It seems Wayne never gets any studymg done 29 Mlss Jones 1s actlng student novs and glvlng students a chance to teach Nlce 1snt1t'P Valentlne soc1al hour 3 ban Law off Frltz 5 Blondle Baur md Bob 1 Come and get lt Not numbered Lucllle Lanora Helen and L1ll1an 1 Kent and Bobby 2 ta Claus 4Pcnne1r 4 er 6 Bernxcc Cmny 1 Page Seventy f1V0 T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N ' , ' f ' 3' . 3 . I . K YY K - . ' 'g z l. W ', c . 1 ' C VC . '. f ' ' ' Fc E. ' . ' c s I i . 1 , c I L7 1 3 - ' . . , in S' ' . . . ' . . c W . Y Y V - . , . Y ll. . C 16. Post-script on study hall black , A : " . . - . ' . . A 1, !! . r. . ' . ' I 1 . ' ' KK ' V! ' ' - Y - A . f y , . . g 7. .A . . .2 L , S 'Ox Y . ,I , , , , . . . J I, c . . V . h Q - ' v - lv I , c, Y , . T HE 1944 CAULDRO EDWARD MATHIS LUMBER COMPANY Contractors and Bullders Morton I1l1no1s Page Seventy SIX Complements of INTERLOCKING FENCE COMPANY O Morton Il11no1s O Fence, Hardware Supplies, Steel Tanks, Roofing THE 1944 MARCH 1 Molton played Mlnler ln the tournament at Pekln and won 2 After wlnnlng the basketball game last nlght we lost to Woodrutt hlgh school tonlght S Assembly thls afternoon proglam was glven by the Manual Alts class tthe best assembly of the yearl 8 An assembly was held at whlch an artlst lrom the MOITOH Blble church lllustrated QQVEIHI songs Fvso movles were shown and report cards were passed out 9 Dr Hodel spoke at the meetlng of the Human Relatlons club altel XVhlCl1 the Student Councll SXVGEHGI dance was held 10 Teachers Instltute No school 13 MUSIC and llterary prellmlnar IGS were held thls evenlng 15 Outslde ot flllng lncome tax returns the boys of Morton and of the surroundlng hlgh schools flled lnto the study hall to take the Army Navv tests today 18 A number ot Morton Hlgh stu at Champalgn Lots of fun was had by all 21 Junlor play Almost Summel was UIVGYI The Junlors dld very xx ell' 23 Approxlmately 90 SQHIOPS t tended Bradley Dav at Peorla 24 lhe sophomore soclal houl was a grand success tonlght' 28 A vlsltlng speaker from Chlca go told us all about the effects of al cohol An excellent speaker :ll The Morton Hlgh Band Joul neyed to Eureka for the Band Festl xal A good tlme xx as had by all especlally Ethelmae and Velma S CAULDRON 1 Flght team flght' 2 Hurrylng VH to school 3 Rushlng home 4 MISS Jones and M155 Brown 5 Mabel feedln Kenny 6 Joan Few 1 Jean a snow queen 8 Excltlng lsnt lt" lk Page Seventy seven . Cp Q c , . I . . '. I . A it ' r , ! . C A s C s ' . .A 1 I 7 7 ! ' 1 dents attended the state tournament ' K6 1" ' 1 . . . . 7 C, . . . ' - . ' . a - V'W ' -, t - . . s L . W l 4 . . l 7 ' ' , -T . A ,. . l .T Y . -- - l . '. .i J .. H. , , ' THE 1944 CAULDRON The Rexall Drug Qtore Pekln Ill1no1Q The MOltOH Qtate Bank Member Federal Depomt Insurance Corp 3 A B Hoettchen Insurance Morton Il11no1s Page Seventy exght Bulck Servlce Morton Ill1l'101Q Roecker Chevrolet Cornpflny Body Kz Fender Repilrlnsz Molton IlllHOlQ 6 Cody A Cox M D Ph3Q1f11n 'md Surgeon Morton Il11no1s Concrete Producte Morton Il11no1s A E Klopfeneteln Funeral Dlrector Morton Ill Morton Creamery Makere of Brookslde Butter Morton Ill I E, yt C if-' A , in 1" A , L n -x ' I 'M I N X ,I , .h sxw E 5 Ill BF? G ,, -L. 1. Ehrlicher Bros. Co. 4. Robert Bartelmay 7. Arnold Nohl L, 1 K 4 ' 4 K. . t Y . . c . . 1 , , 1li.-- 9. . 3 z fl .' V 1 y ' H A O APRIL 4 Llterary Meet at Tremont 6 btudent Councll party glven for students Sort of an Easter gltt Lots of fun was had by all 7 Food Frlday 9 Easter 11 Llterary Meet at Tremont We won flrst place Y1ppee" 12 Roth Smlth spoke at Human R91Ht10HQ club meetmg 13 Quotmff Wayne Gerber day lS Thulsday followed by Frlday and lf all goes vsell Qaturday Wlll be alone on schedule 14 Blue Monday atter the exclt mg tlme Don P had with M Belsley at the Inv last nlght 19 Fnst track meet here Ratlngs 111101 ton 58 Green Valley 42 Washlng 19 Assembly was held th1rd per 10d Student Councll members report ed on the Chlcago conventlon The band contestants performed and there was a Red Cross movle 20 Mr Gould IS havmg a hard t1me convlnclng the PhyS1Ol0gy class that they are mammals Track meet at Delavan We won over Delavan and MHCKIDHW Freshman soclal hour tomght Hopedale and MIHIQF came here for track meet Score Morton 991 MIHICF 211 Hopedale 20 26 Fourth perlod omltted fo movle at the end of th1rd perlod 27 Parents and k1dd19S get toge ther for a panel d1scuss1on at the Hu man Relatlons club 28 Morton High band concert 28 Track meet at Eureka bcore Morton 75 Eureka 53 Congervllle 9 1 L11a and Dorls 2 Goxng for a rlde 3 Our photo grapher 4 Who owns 111159 5 Erma Rocke 6 Mr Hatcher doesnt allow lt boys 7 Rxch makes a cute glrl 8 Is lt good Gerry? 9 Schools out' "' Page Seventy nme T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N l -. u ' Q z fTo- A 3 'I Y 1. 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' ' r a H CAUL RO WURST MILLER BAKERY H1 hest Quahty of Bakery Goods Morton I1l1no1s N Reuhng Hlgh School Fash1ons Compllments of for the well dressed student Natlonall Y CARP s ln Mademolselle It s always flrst at Reddy to Wear Dry Goods and N REULING an Co Menqweaf Peklfl IUIHOIS Pekln 111111015 KOCHS DAIRY STORE I LOGAN UNT-AND Pasteullzed TVI1lk Ice Cream Insurance SGFVICE' Fountaln Servlee bandwlches 12 South Fourth St Pekln IH Morton Illlnols Off1ce Ph 1762 Res Ph 1763 ROECKER 6 DIETRICH Hardware Furnlture and Floor Coverlngs Morton Il11no1s Page Elghty T E 1 9 4 4 D N A Ig 4 advertised togs that you see advertised H A O MAY 1 T1'1c'c meet here wlth Pekm frC'Rll1'YlLI1 and SODhOI'l101C We won 7'-1 to 29 2 T1 'lck meet 'xt Morton 3 Home Ec presented '1 very ood program 4 Mothers Tea glven ln llbrary by the Home Ec club 6 Track team went to the Dela van Relays 10 Chorus has fmal tune up lor concelt 11 Chorus presents 1ts concert to C1 large 'ludlcnce 'md rc'1lly d1d well 12 Dlstrlct track meet at Peorla 12 Soclology class went to Bar tonvllle We understand they all got back safe and sound 13 G A A had 1tS annual ban quet and a very flne one lt was 16 County track meet at Dclavan 19 20 State track meet at Cham palgn 20 Junlors staged the Jumor Sen lor Banquet and Prom Freddle Stev ens gave out the SO11d beats 25 Semester exams start and we are all dolng the last mlnute cram mmg 26 Plass Nlght Sen1ors have the1r last flmg at actlng out the class prophecy It was a blg success All departments had nlce GXh1bltS 28 Baccalaureate was held at the hlgh school gym 29 Graduatlon Exercxses 1n the gym R W Falrchlld presldent of Ill 1no1s State Normal Unlverslty gave the address 1 Pamt em up gxrls' 2 Those green f1QSh1PS' 3 Our Ed1tor Bob 4 H1' Ger ry' 5 Cold Sp1v" 6 Bob Rlch and Tm ner 7 M T H S belle 8 Mary Lou ge-ts a Chr1stmas present Page Exghty one T E 1 9 4 4 C U L D R N ,. 11 . l ' v A' . A 1 ' ' S. 1 1.1. 5 'fi r. 1 c, . . . " L Pr 0 Q - , . . . . 1. . r h . r C, L . C 'c l . . R ' 0- - 1 L 7 1 . . , - . . , I L . . - A .1 ' .q . ' I . . . , ' x ll ' 7 ' !l K I - , . ' . n . , , . , . . . ' . . , , . , ' '. . .... S. . ' H A L O Compllmenw of MORTON PRODUCTS COMPANY Morton 111111015 ' Page Elghty two THEO WITZIG 6. SON Wearmg Apparel for Men and Boys Morton 111111015 i BEN FRANKLIN STORE V S Schumacher Mgr VR here Sp9l'1d1I'lg1S Savlng M01 ton I1l1no1s T H E 1 9 4 4 MILLER'S FLOWER SHOP Cut Flowers, Funeral Designs, Corsages, Potted and Vegetable Plants Morton I111no1s THE MORTON THEATRE fA1r Condltlonedj Come to Morton The Best Llttle Clty ln I111no1s CONIBEARS DRUG STORE Reglstered Pharmaclst on Duty at All Tlmes Morton I111no1s Pay Cash Pay Less Save at S Z O L D S 2201 So Adams Street Peorla I111no1s ULDRON KLEINS DEPARTMENT STORE Peoria I111no1s LIBBY MCNEILL 6. LIBBY Food Is Helplng Wm the War Morton I111no1s X Page Elghty three ' v I . . w Y L4 n as v 7 - ' - ' I Y 1 ' WFQQX-15 52? A1255 I 1 A ' ' va Y w 1 THE1944 CA DRON 0 Quality, Integrity and Dependability have established themselves as a definite tradition with Pontiac. We have been constantly on the alert for new and improved procedures in yearbook designing and service. Our modern precision equipment is concrete evidence of adherence to this policy. Our experienced craftsmen and servicemen are carefully super- vised by experts in the field of distinctive school publications. We are proud to have played a part in the publishing oi this book in the capacity ol official photo engravers. Our entire personnel congratulate the staff for their splendid work and cooperation. Enncrnorrp AVING poN,rIAc ENGR Q , O P I wiCKE cl-loot. 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PRETTYMAN Attorneys at Law Pekm Il11no1s MUELLER S GROCERY G MARKET Your Royal Blue Store Morton I111no1s U O BIRKEY IMPLEMENT C0 Your M M Dealer Morton 111111018 BEYER IMPLEMENT Morton Ilhnols Eat at MILLERS RESTAURANT Morton Illmols W B WITTMER Insurance ot All Kmds Molton Illmols Cornpllments of BEN BLOCH Estate Buxlder Equltable Llfe Insurance Co of Iowa Phone 31484 Peorla Illlnols DR B A SHEPHERD D6Ht1St Morton Ill1no1s DR W H SMITH Dentlst Morton Illmols ALFRED W BLACK Lawyer Farmers Natlonal Bank Bulldlng Pekln 111111015 J xx xx SER S9 Page Exghty flV9 T E 1 9 4 4 C A L D R N fr . I -56 , ' . . y X on 1 -1- lv - N: CQ, I - I Y. 5 5 X . . r .71 I -1.- i ' Q Read It First In The - ---- is - 1... Q f -Q UI Q? 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H vm I 1 na 1 -I ' an W ' ' s 1 ' 1 "v , P1 , H w rv :gf 1- H U O Sophomore Closs THE PERFECT GIRL The Perfect Clrl would have the folloxx mg characterlstlcs Lanora Ackerman Eyes Mal garet Arnett Smile Ruth Belsley Frlendllness Dolores Beyer Llmberness Ann Blandt Neatness VIFQIHIH Getz Clothes Ruth Guth Walk Ruth Huette Humor Rosemary Jacob Llps Jean L1txx1ller Knoxxledge Eleanox Relnken Halr Frances Roth Personallty Mary Schaer Cheerfulness Helen Jean Smlth Love of School Mary Rose Sorensen Eyelashes Elleen Stetzler Complexxon Eva Straesser Cooklng Ab1l1ty Elsle Uhlman Ablllty to Blush Gladys Vlssermg Vocal Chords Lllllan Woerner Safety Plns THE PERFECT BOY The Perfect Boy xx ould have the followlng characterlstlcs Robert Carlus Eyes Elmer Crager Laugh W11l1am Dalllnger Innocence Page Elghty elght Allan Evans Frlendlmess Howard Goodyear Ab1l1ty to keep h1s car 1n one DIGCQ Nyle Hochstetler Shyness Albert Hohstadt Cornet Playing Wayne Knappen B1t of Dev1ltry Gerald Mueller Danclng Don Rapp Talents Howard Rapp Basketball Playlng Lloyd Redlger Atf1tUdES Warren Renner Humor Paul RISQH Quotlng Rlpley B111 Sanders Ambltlon Jack Stumpf Vocal Chords Wayne Strunk Gettlng along xx 1th the talrer sex Eldon Tuffentsamer Ab1l1t5 xx 1th lnfants Nelson Wood Bashfulness A xxord to the freshmen If you xvant to hlde just go and l1e doxx n 1n the grass no one xull see you A general returnlng home to h1s quarters late one nlght found Lorpor al Ifanny Bauman crawllng around under a lamp post outslde the IIOHI doo1 What are you looklng for? he asked I lost a half dollar a couple of blocks doxxn the street he ansxv ered trying to hlde a gullty h1c 1n h1s volce If you lost xt '1 block away xvhy the devll are you looklng for It here ' asked the general The llghIS are better here plalned Fanny Danny Strmac I m grovx mg a mus tach What color do you thlnk It vxlll be? 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