Mount Morris High School - Mounder Yearbook (Mount Morris, IL)
- Class of 1941
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Board of Education
O. A. HANKE
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H. A. HOFF
Principal oi High School
Mount Morris College, A. B.
University of Wisconsin, Ph. M.
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ARNOLD R. THOMAS
Illinois Wesleyan University, B, Mus
Music, English, History
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Western Illinois T che lege
University of Iowa, Graduate Work
University of Dubuque, A. B.
University of Wisconsin
University of Illinois, A.lVf.
Huron College, A. B. ,
U. C. L. A. '
junior Class Sponsor
WENDALL H. SCHRADER
Coe College, A. B.
Northwestern University, A. M.
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ARY MARLOWE MCCOLL
University of Nebraska, A. B.
University of Mexico
William and Mary
Latin, Spanish, English
- Annual Adviser
- National Honor Society Adviser
ANN MARIE SCHRADER
Coe College, A. B.
University of Illinois
Girls' Physical Education
G. A. A.
MILTON R. DUNK
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H. R. MOODY
Custodian of High School Building
CHAR P MER
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With hope, expectancy
Commencement we await.
With smiles, tears
We will graduate.
With challenge, concem
The world we will greet.
With wonderment, anxiety
We will hear ot problems to meet.
With determination, decision
We will seek our vocation.
With hardships, struggles
We will try to better our generation.
With pride, elation
We will see our work Well done.
With relief, joy
We will realize our battle Won.
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Class President, Se etary-
Treasurer, 45 NBas 1, 2,
3, 45 Base , ' ' Club,
3, 4' e t' - reasurer, 45
Class ay, , 4: ?Tdent Coun-
il 5 nnual S , 5, 45 Pica-
, 45 coming Com-
tfr,-6 C a 45 Junior-
enior uet C mittee Chair-
"Slight not what's near
though aiming at what's
Class President, 45 Secretary, 35
Glee Club, 1, 25 Mixed Chorus,
1, 25 Music Contest, 1, 25
Operetta, 15 Music Festival, 25
Class Plays, 3, 45 Production
Staff, 45 National Honor So-
ciety, 3. 45 President, 45 An-
nual Staff, 3, 45 Editor, 45 Hill-
Topper, 25 Librarian, 3, 45 Pic-
adors, 3. 45 Homecoming Com-
mittee Chairman, 35 junior-
Senior Banquet Committee Chair-
man. 35 Valedictorian, 4.
"Wisdom is the principal
thing, therefore get wis-
dom5 and with all the get-
ting, get something."
Class President, 35 Vice Presi-
dent, 45 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45
Football, 1, Z, 3, 45 Captain, 45
Baseball, 1, 2, 45 Club,
2, 3, 45 Vice President, 2, Sec-
retary, 3, President, 45 Class
Play, 3: Stage Manager, 45 Stu-
dent Council, 2, 3, 45 President,
45 National Honor Society, 45
Annual Staff, 3, 45 Hill Topper,
45 Librarian, 45 Picadors, 5, 45
"The kindest man
The best condition'd and
In doing courtesies."
Maroon and White
Dark Red Rose
"Never permit failure to become cz habit".
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MARY LIBBY ALLEN
l Class Vice President, 1, Secretary-
Treasurer, 2, Hockey Team, 2, 3, 4,
G. A. A., 2, Spring Fete, 2, Class
Play Production, 3. 41 Annual Staff, 42
Hill-Topper, 2, 3, 41 Pepsters 4, Fresh-
man Reception Committee Chairman, 4:
Homecoming Committee Chairman, 4.
" . . . And she shall lean her ear
in many a secret place . . . "
O Basketball, 1, Football, l, 3, 4,
Track, 1, "M" Club, 3, 4, Glce Club,
1, 4, Mixed Chorus, 1, 43 Operetla, 1,
Music Festival, 1, 4, Class Play, 41
"The desire of appearing clever
often prevents our becoming so."
O Hockey Team, Z, 3, 4, G. A. A.,
1, 24, 3, 4, Spring Fete, 2, Water
Pageant, 2, 3, Basketball Team, 1, 2,
3, 4, Operetta, 3, Music Festival, 1, 2,
3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play, 5,
4, Student Council, 4, Secretary-Treas-
urer, 4, National Honor Society, 4:
Annual Staff, 3, Librarian, 4, Pepsters,
3, 4, Home Economics Club, 3, 4,
Picadors, 3, 4, Vice President, 4,
D. A. R. Award, 4, Clarinet Quartet,
"Good counsels observed are
chains of grace."
I Basketball Manager, 4, Football
Manager, 4, Club, 4, Class Play,
4, F. F. A., 2, 3-, 4, Poultry-judging,
4, Grand Champion Potato Winner, 4.
"Every why hath a wherefore."
0 Basketball, 1, 3, Football, 1, 3, 4,
Baseball, 1, Club, 2, 3, 4, Class
Play. 3, 4, Picadors, 4.
"Take all the swift advantages of
O Hockey Team, 4, Spring Fete, 3,
Water Pageant, 3, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Operetta, 3:
Class Play, 4, Home Economics Club, l.
"I have no other but a woman's
reason: I think him so, because
I think him so."
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0 Class Treasurer, 31 Hockey TCSIIN. -ll
Spring Fete, 25 Glee Club. 51 Mixvd
Chorus, 3, Music Contest, 3g Operetta,
3, Music Festival, 5.
"The future is purchased hy the
0 Oregon High School, Oregon, Ill.,
l, 2, Basketball, 5, 45 Football, -lg
Track, 52 "M" Club, -1.
"Nicknames stick to people and
the most ridiculous are the most
O Spring Fete, 2g Home Economics
"Sludious to please, yet not
ashamed to fail."
m Basketball, 1, Class Play, 3, -ig
"lt matters not how a man dies,
but how he lives."
I Hockey Team, 3, G, A, A., l, Z1
Spring Fete, 23 Water Pageant, 2:
Class Play, -43 Properties, 3, 4, Hill-
Topper. 4, Asst. Editor, 4, Pepsters,
3. -4: Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3,
-1: junior-Senior Banquet Committee
Chairman, 33 Representative, State
Home Economics Cunvention, 2,
"Miss not the occasion, hy the
forelock take that suble power,
the never-halting time."
O Hockey Team. 2, 3, 41 G. A. A.,
2, 3, -1, Water Pageant, 23 Class Play,
-ig Home Economics Cluh, l, 2, 3, -1.
"Our own felicity we make or
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0 Basketball, 2, 5, 43 Football, 1, 2,
3, 43 Baseball, 3: Track, 33 "M"
Club, 2, 3, 4: Class PlaY, 33 Hill-
Topper, 5, 4, Picadors, 3, 4.
"From the crown of his head to
the sole of his foot, he is all
O Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club,
3, 4, Glee C tb, 4, Music Contest, 1,
2, 3, 4, District, 2, 3, State, 2, 3, ,
National, 3g Music Festival, 1, 2, 5, 4,
Band, 1, 2, 5, 4, Clarinet Quartet,
2, 3, 4.
"Few things are impos ' ' 1
diligence and skill." .V
O Elkhart, Ind., lg Oregon, Ill., 2,
Hockey Team, 5, 43 G. A. A., 3, 4,
Class Play, 4, Home Economics Club, 3.
"Knowledge is more than equiva- ji'
lent to force." lf.. lj , .r
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0 Hockey Team, , 5, 4, S ring Fe , 1 '
2'g Water Pageant, 2,5251 s y, J " -5
5, 45 National Honor oyty, g An-
nual Staff, 4, Librarian, 4, ep? Q:
junior-Senior Banquet C h '
"They can conquer who believe
they can." '
0 Class Vice President, 2, 55 Track, 2,
3, 4, Club, 3, 4, Stage Man-
ager, 3, Annual Staff, 55 Hill-Topper, 3.
"In the world I fill up a place,
which I hope may be a little
harder to fill when I have made
I Hockey Team, 2, 5, 4g G. A. A.,
Sport Manager, 3, President, 4, Spring
Fete, 2, Water Pageant, 2, 33 Basket-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4: State Award, 33 State
Emblem, 4, Mixed Chorus, 1, Oper-
etta, 1: Music Festival, 1, Class Pla ,
3, 4, Pepsters, 2, 3, 4g Home Ei
nomics Club, 1, 2, 3, Picadors, 4g
Speech Contest, 3, 4.
" . . . Make the remembrance
I lr. A. A., 41 Spring Fete, Z, 3, -tg
Water Pageant, Z: Annual Staff. 4:
Home Economies Club, 2, Commercial
"Subtle wiles are in her smiles."
O Hotkey Team, 3, G. A. A., 11
Spring Pete, Z, Water Pageant, 2,
Class Play, 3, Student Council, 3, 4,
Vice President, -lg Anne-'l Stall, 3, -lg
Pepsters, Z, 3, -lg Vice President, 3:
President, 45 Cheerleader, 3, 4, Home
liennomies Club, -tg Vice President, 4,
Picadors, 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer, 43
Homecoming Committee Chairman, 3,
4: Representative, District Student
Council Convention, 3, 4.
"Sensibility is the.. po r f
0 Hockey Team, 23 G, A. A.
President, 2'g Spring Fete, 2, Glee
1, 2, 3, 45 Music Contest, 1, 2, 3g
Music Festival, 1, Z, 3, 4, Hill-Topper,
2, 3: Pepsters, 2, 33 All-State Chorus,
4, Girls' Sextet, 3, Mixed Octet, 3.
"Round her she made an atmos-
phere of life"-
LEROY SAN DER
"I had a thing to say, but 1 will
fit it with some better time."
SX ' Y SAWYER
G. A. A., lg Spring Fetc, 2: Water
geant, 2, 33 Glee Club, Zl, 3, 43
ed Chorus, l, Z, 3, 43 All-State
1 s, 4, Operetta, I, 3, Band, 1, 2,
'X ill-Topper, 4, Home Economics
. b, l, 2, 3, 43 President, 4.
i"O r revels now are ended."
I Class President, 2, Hockey Team, 1,
3, -lg G. A. A., 2, 3, 4, Spring Fete,
21 Water Pageant, 2, Basketball, 2, 3.
43 Music Festival, lg Band, 1, 2, Secre-
wy-Treasurer, 2, Class Plays, 3, 4,
S udent Council, 2, Hill-Topper, 3:
Librarian, 4, Pepster, 2, 3, 41 Home
litonomics Club, 41 Picadors, 4.
"Beauty provoketh thieves sooner
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0 Football, 1, 3g Glee Club, lg Mixed
Chorus, lg Operetta, 1.
"There is no dearer lover of lost
hours than I:
I can be idler than the idlest
O Hockey Team, 2, 3, -ig Sprinu Pete,
23 Water Pageant, 2, 33 Home Eco-
nomics Club, l, Z, 3, Treasurer, 3.
" . . . Black brows, they say, be-
come some women best."
I Hockey Team, Z, 3, 4, Spring liete,
Z1 Glee Club, 13 Mixed Chorus, I:
Music Festival, lg Class Plays, Asst.
Director, 3, 4, Home Economics Club,
"To unpathed waters, undreamed
shores . . . "
0 Baseball, lg Track, 23 Class Play, 4.
Picadors, 3. 4, Speech Contest, i.
"None but himself 'Jil be his
TENA MAE SUTER
0 G. A. A., 2, 3, 4, Spring Fate. 2:
Water Pageant, 3: Operetta, 33 Music
Festival, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1 Z. 3, 45
Class Play, 4g Home Economics Club, '.
"Let the world slide."
0 Hockey Team, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.,
l, 2, 3, fig Spring Fete, 23 Water
Pageant, 2, Basketball, 2, 33 Glee
Club, 1, 2, Mixed Chorus, 1, 2,
Operetta, 1 1 Music Festival, 1 3 Class
Plays, 3, 41 Hill-Topper, Z, 4, Pep-
sters, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club,
2, 3, 4, Picadors, 4.
"It seems to me 'tis only noble to
O Oregon High School, lg Football, 31
Track, 2, Glee Club, I. 5. 4: Mixe.l
Chorus, l, 3, 4, Music Festival, 1, 2,
5, 4, Band, l, 2, 3, 41 Class Plays, 5,
4, Production Staff, 4, Annual Staff,
33 Picadors, 3, 4.
"And panting time toil'd after
him in vain."
AUDREY WYNN E
0 Hockey Team, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A.,
l, 2, 3, 43 Sports Manager, 41 Spring
Fete, Z, Water Pageant, 2, 3: Basket-
hall, 1, 2, 5, 4, State Award, 31 State
Emblem, 43, Band, 2, 3, Class Plays,
5, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4:
Vice President, 41 Annual Staff, 3, 4,
Hill-Topper, 2, 4, Librarian, 4, Pep-
srers, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader, 3, 4, Home
Economics Club, 4, Picadors, 3, 43
junior'Senior Banquet Committee Chair'
man, 3g Salutatorian.
"She from whose lips divine per-
O Lane Technical High School, Chi'
cago, Ill.g Football, 3, "M" Club, 4:
Glee Club, 4, Mixed Chorus, 43 Class
Play, 4: Stage Manager, 4, Homecom-
ing Committee Chairman, 4, Picadors, 4.
"lt is good for us to be here."
O F. F, A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President,
3, President, 45 State Dairy judging
"They say miracles are past."
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Class Salutatorian ...............,.,.............. Audrey Wynne
D. A. R. AWARD FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP
Tena Mae Suter
Clarence Cheek, Mgr.
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TOP ROW: Allen, Asp, Avey, Ballard, Binkley, Butterbaugh, Castle, Chaffee, Claussen.
SECOND ROW: Colson, Crocker, C. Davis, J. Davis, Qohlen, Doyle, Floto, Frey.
THIRD ROW: Gilbert, Hurdle, Hyland, Johnston, Lizer, llllann, Personette
Powell. A , .
FOURTH ROW: Rosenbalm, Rowe, Shoemaker, Smith, Snodgrass, Stage, D. Stengel
O. Stengel, Stonebraker.
FIFTH ROW: Stouffer, Strite, Watson, Wynne, Yoder, Young, Coffman.
President ............ ........ W arren Shoemaker
Vice President ........... .......... W ayne Ballard
Secretary-Treasurer ............ ........ B ette Allen
Student Council Members ........................ Bette Koontz
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TOP ROW: Arbogast, Aufderbeck, Avey, H. Baker, M. Baker, Blecker, H. Brinker
P. Brinker, Burke, Carney, Coffman.
SECOND ROW: Frey, Hagernann, Hendershott, Hilger, Hoffman, Hurd, Jacobs, Krug
Hoffman, Hollar. . '
THIRD ROW: Hudson, Jacobs, Knodle, Mann, Manny, Medlar, Messer, Merriman
Mitchell, Palmer, Personette.
FOURTH ROW: Pieper, Prugh, Reynolds, Rouse, Schmucker, Shaw, Steffen, Stone-
braker, Stouffer, Strub, Thompson.
FIFTH ROW: Towns, Wolfe, Zumdahl. '
President .......... ....... W illictm Coffman
Vice President ............. ............. E ric Mann
Secretary-Treasurer ................ ....... A rnold Blecker ,
Student Council Members ,...... ............. L ois Palmer
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TOP ROW: Allen, Avey, Ballard, Bartow, Beard, Horst, Butterbaugh, Castle, Colson,
SECOND ROW: Frey, Hagemann, Henderschott, Hilger, Hoffman, Hurd, Jacobs, Krug,
Kyker, J. Lingel.
THIRD ROW: M. Lingel, Lizer, Medlar, Noble, Nunn, Palmer, Prugh, Rouse, Ruble,
FOURTH ROW: Stengel, Steam, Watson, Watt, Mary Watts, Martha Watts, Weller,
Wible, Wolf, Wright, Yates.
FIFTH ROW: Yoder, L. Zumdahl, M. Zumdahl.
President ....................... ............... . ....... H orold Pcxlrner
Vice President ............. ......... I ecm Avey
Secretary-Treasurer .............. .....,...... I ean Allen
Student Council Members ....... ......... M Qrthct Watts
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STANDING: Coach Schrader, Wynne, Ballard, Coffman, Leonard, Shoemaker, Michael,
SEATED: Merriman, Claussen, Rosenbalm, Prugh, Strite, Baker, Young.
Starting the season with nine returning lettermen, Coach Schrader had high hopes
for the 1940 football- team, but lack of reserves and many minor injuries hampered
the team throughout the season.
The outstanding game of the season was the Homecoming game with Polo. In
this game the Mounders soundly trounced a stubborn Polo team 25 to 7, Po1o's score
coming in the last few minutes of play. The team also gave a good account of them-
selves in the Dixon, Oregon, and Morrison games. While their won and lost record
was not impressive, the boys were always in there fighting, playing a clean, hard
game, and leave Mt. Morris with few regrets over the 1940 football season.
Although he will lose senior letter winners Claussen, Young, Coffman, Hardesty,
Michael, Merriman, Leonard, and Baker by graduation, Coach Schrader has returning
lettermen Ballard, Shoemaker, Wynne, Rosenbalm, Strite, Prugh, Aufderbeck, and
many other promising boys around whom he hopes to build a strong 1941 team.
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STANDING: Coach Schrader, Hyland, Wynne, Ballard, Coffman, Smith, Aufderbeck,
Leonard, Shoemaker, Davis, Cheek.
SECOND ROW: Merriman, Claussen, Rosenbalm, Prugh, Strite, Baker, Young, Krug.
THIRD ROW: Mann, Doyle, Messer, Hardesty, Frey.
Mt. Morris ...... U Dixon .........
Mt. Morris ...... 6 Mt. Carroll
Mt. Morris ...... 6 Morrison
Mt. Morris ...... U Rock Falls
Mt. Morris ......... 25 Polo ,.......
Mt. Morris ...,.. 6 Rochelle
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Cheek, Mgr., Shoemaker, Wynne, Ballard, Merriman, J. Coffman, Leonard,
W. Coffman, Hyland, Coach Schrader
This year's basketball season must be termed a success. Although the team made
only a mediocre showing over the regular season, Winning ten games and losing eight,
they came back with surprising strength to win the Regional Tournament, held this
year at Mt. Morris, and advanced to the Rockford Sectional Tournament for the fifth
The Regional was truly the high point of the season. In their first game the
Mounders came from behind to whip a strong Oregon team, champions of our con-
ference. The second game was also a "thriller" as the boys beat a speedy Ashton
quintet which had lost only two games all season. In the finals the Mounders subdued
a greatly improved Byron team, which had Walked over Polo and Rochelle in its two
previous engagements, to win the tournament and advance to the Sectional at
The school is already looking forward to a fine team next year, although
hampered somewhat by the loss of senior letter winners Merriman, Leonard, and
Coffman, Coach Schrader hopes to build a strong team around returning lettermen
Ballard, Shoemaker, and Hyland, as Well as several other promising juniors and
Something should also be said about the large part the student body played in the
success of this year's team. Their demonstration of school spirit through cheers and
yells, especially during the tournaments, was outstanding.
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BACK ROW: Coach Schrader, Wynne, Avey, Dohlen, Deneau, Prugh, Coffman, Davis,
FRONT ROW: Hudson, Palmer, Hardesty, Krug, Towns, Brinker, Watson, Floto.
MT. MORF S
BHSKETBHLL 1940 - 41
.......28 BYRON ........13
.......21 MONROE CENTER ........15
.......20 MORRISON ........22
.......26 ALUMNI ........19
,.......20 OREGON ........35
.......30 POLO ........46
.......14 ROCHELLE ........30
.......33 ROCK FALLS ........28
.......28 LEAF' RIVER ........19
.......16 AMBOY fovertimeb ........18
........27 STILLMAN VALLEY ........33
........26 MORRISON ........16
.......31 POLO ........27
.......21 OREGON ........49
.......-16 ROCHELLE ........28
.......50 LEAF RIVER ........22
........30 ROCK FALLS ........22
MT. MORRIS REGIONAL TOURNAMENT
.......30 ASHTON ........21
ROCKFORD SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT
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TOP ROW: Strub, Claussen, Wible, Hoffman, Young, Reynolds, Suter, Prugh, Rouse.
SECOND ROW: Nunn, Hedrick, Carney, B. Allen, J. Allen, Dohlen, B. Avey, M.
THIRD ROW: Waddelow, J. Avey, Jacobs, Stouffer, .Watt, Baker, Smith, Medlar,
FOURTH ROW: C. Manny, M. Lingel, Burke, Hurd, Gilbert, B. Stonebraker, Mitchell,
J. Lingel, Yoder.
FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Schrader, Bartow, Davis, Arbogast, Leona Palmer, Wynne, Lois
Palmer, Franklin, Hilger.
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A picnic began the very active season tor the G. A. A. this year. This
was followed by hockey, volleyball, basketball, a dude ranch dance, and a
gymnastic exhibition. The seniors won the hockey championship, and the
sophomores Won the volleyball, and the juniors the basketball championhsips.
The tree throw team won third place in the district telegraph meet.
President .............. .....,. ' .............. ...... L e ona Palmer
Vice President .................. ................ L ois Palmer
Secretary'Treasurer ......... ........ E laine Arbogast
Senior Sports Manager .::........ ....... A udrey Wynne
lunior Sports Manager .............. ...... C orinne Davis
Sophomore Sports Manager ................ Helen Franklin
Freshman Sports Manager ....... ...... P atsy l-lilger
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BACK ROW: Hyland, Koontz, Allen, Leonard, Coffman, Shoemaker, Wynne Miller
FRONT ROW: Rose, Smith, Ross, Mann, Miss McColl, Pieper.
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BUSINESS MANAGER ,s..,,,,t
LITERARY EDITOR ,.......
SPORTS EDITOR ..............
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR s,....,...
,,l..,oMary Libby Allen
Bette Iean Koontz
Mary Marlowe McColl
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BACK ROW: Claussen, Frey, Stengel, Allen, Leonard, Baker, Merriman Palmer
Coffman, Yoder, Chaffee
FRONT ROW: Sawyer, Waddelow, Mann, Jiracek, Hyland, Miss Savage, Wynne
EDITOR ,,,,,,,,....,,............... ...,,.. .......... R o bert Mann
ASSOCIATE EDITOR .,....,... .,.,,,, P earl Iiracek
MAKEUP ,,,,Ill,,,lI,,.,l,,,.l,, ,,,,,,,, F ern Waddelow
NEWS EDITORS ,,,.,,,,o ..,,,.... M ary Libby Allen
SPORTS EDITOR .....,,
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BACK ROW: Watts, H. Palmer, L. Palmer, W. Coffman, Koontz, Shoemaker.
FRONT ROW: Baker, Mr. Hoff, J. Coffman, Rose, Leonard.
The Student Council has been active in our high school for the past three years.
The council aims to develop a democratic spirit within the student body, when school
problems are solved.
Most of the student activities have been planned and supervised by the council.
One new project this year has been the purchasing of new records which furnish the
music for school dances.
Last fall members of the Student Council attended the State District Convention
at Prophetstown, Illinois. Many new ideas were gained from the other schools that
were present. On February 27 the entire council visited the Rockford West High
School and the Rockton High School. On April 25 and 26 representatives of the
council were sent as delegates to the State Convention at Springfield, Illinois.
On December 10 the local council entertained about 115 student council representa-
tives from the various schools in Northern Illinois. This was the third annual Student
Welfare Convention and proved to be very successful. Representatives from the vari-
ous schools took part in the panel discussion and in the group discussions.
President ..,,.,v,,.... .............................. I cimes Coffman
Vice President .....,,,..... .......... M dry Rose
Secretary-Treasurer ....... ....... H elen Baker
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BACK ROW: Ross, Coffman, Wheldon, Leonard.
MIDDLE ROW: Claussen, Smith, Waddelow, Baker, Palmer, Rose, Merriman.
FRONT ROW: Strub, Wynne, Miss Savage, Young, Hurdle.
The Picadors gave the Christmas play, "Dust of the Road", in which both
members and candidates for membership performed.
The new members leanne Smith, Fern Waddelow, Duane Claussen, Wes-
ley Young, and Darrell Hurdle, were initiated at a dinner party held at the
President .....,.................,..,..... ..........l.,.. I ames Coffman
Vice President ..,.......... ...,.,.Y... l-l elen Baker
Secretary-Treasurer .... ....,. M ary Rose
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TOP ROW: Arbogast, Rowe, Smith, B. Allen, Lois Palmer, Franklin, Dohlen, Binkley,
SECOND ROW: M. Allen, Waddelow, B. Stonebraker, Jiracek, Sprecher, Baker, Miller,
THIRD ROW: Cheerleaders: Claussen, Wynne, Frey, Rose, Koontz.
ABSENT: M. Stonebraker, Castle.
In accordance with good Pepster tradition, the L-.rw members initiated themselves
by putting on a skit. The new members were: Elaine Arbogast, Elaine Dohlen, Helen
Franklin, Marion Knodle, Lois Palmer, Betty Stonebraker, Corinne Davis, Darlene
Castle, Lois Binkley, Mary Libby Allen, Mary Miller, and Lois Sprecher.
The first activity of the year was the bonfire and snake dance held the night
before Homecoming game. They also decorated and drove a typical Pepster car in
Later in the year, the girls made a good sum of money selling advertising for
the basketball tournament programs, and with this money they entertained the school
athletes at the annual Pepster-Athletic Banquet.
President .....,..... ................l..... ................. M ci ry Rose
Vice President ..,........,.. ...,.. M oiry Stonebrcxker
Secretciryffreczrsurer ...... ....l M cxrion Knoclle
TOP ROW: Baker, Coffman, Merriman, Claussen, Cheek, Prugh.
SECOND ROW: Rosenbalm, Leonard, Ballard, Aufderbeck, Miller, Young.
FRONT ROW: Coach Schrader, Michael, Wynne, Shoemaker, Strite, Hardesty.
The M '.7lub, which Coach Schrader originated two years ago, has a
membership ot twenty :ix athletes, These are the boys who have won their
major letter in athletics during the year.
The aim and purpose of the organization is to promote good sportsman-
ship and clean living among members and to encourage athletics in the school.
The two main activities ot the club this year have been ushering at the
home basketball games and planning one or two social evenings tor members.
President ............ ..................... .,.i, I a mes Cottman
Vice President ........,,... .,,,,,o W ayne Ballard
Secretary-Treasurer .,.., ,,,,,,...,,,i T om Leonard
Social Chairman ......... ....,. R ussell Merriman
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The club meets the third
Thursday in every month in
the Home Economics room.
This year the time of the
meeting has been changed from
the eighth period to luncheons
at noon. These luncheons have
proved to be very entertaining
because at each of these there
has been a guest speaker who
gave helpful advice to all the
The special activities of the
club this year were a Valen-
tine Party, which was held in
the evening and supper was
servedg also a Home Ec-Ag
Frolic, where supper was
The Home Ec Department
has also served several ban-
quets this year.
President ............ Peggy Sawyer
Vice President .......... Mary Rose
Secretary .....,.,...,.... Alma Rouse
Treasurer ...,. ........ B ette Allen
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Baker, A. Wynne, Coffman, Ross, Miller, Chaffee, D. Wynne, Koontz.
DHTICDHL HCDCR SOCIETY
The members of the National Honor Society are selected by the faculty
from the upper fourth of their class, scholastically. Fifteen per cent are chosen
for outstanding qualities in Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.
The emblem of the society is the keystone with the flaming torchg the colors
are blue and gold.
As it had done for the past two years, the society has had charge of the
school library with the members acting as librarians. Money collected from
fines was used for a subscription to Life magazine.
Iames Coffman, Helen Baker, and Mary lane Miller were elected at the
beginning of the year from the Senior Class. Bette Koontz, William Chaffee,
and Donald Wynne were the luniors selected in the second semester.
President ........... .................... .......... W i lliam Ross
Vice President ....... ......... A udrey Wynne
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THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"WHAT A LIFE"
A three act comedy presented by the Senior Class under the direction of
Miss Mary Marlowe McColl.
Miss Shea ,,,,..,., ,,.....,,,,,,, .,,,..... I e anne Smith
Mr. Nelson ,....... .......... W illiam Ross
Mr. Patterson ....... ........ T homas Leonard
Miss Pike .......... .......... C lara Manny
Bill ,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,......... D arrell Hurdle
Miss Eggleston ...... .......... M ary lane Miller
Miss lohnson .....,. ............... P earl liracek
Mr. Vecchitto ,,,,., ........ E ugene Baker
Henry Aldrich ,,,,,i,,, ,,.,,,... I ames Wheldon
Barbara Pearson .,.... .......... A udrey Wynne
Gertie ..........,........... ........
Mr. Bradley .......... ,......
Miss Wheeler ......
Mrs .Aldrich ........
Mr. Ferguson ,...,...
Assistant Director ..,......................... Mary Lorine Stiger
Stage Manager ,,,.i,,,,,,..,..,,.................... lames Coffman
Publicity Manager ,,,,i..i. ..,......... M ary Libby Allen
Properties ,i,i,.,,,.....,..,. ......................... P earl liracek
Director ,,,., ,,,,,,,,,..., M ary Marlowe McColl
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THE IUNIOR CLASS PLAY
A three act comedy presented by the Iunior Class under the direction of
Miss Dorothy Savage.
Professor Mclntyre ..,..,................. ......,.,. I ames Asp
Mrs. Mclntyre ....,...................,... ..,........ B ette Koontz
Terry Mclntyre ......... ........ G loria Claussen
George McIntyre .....,.. ........., R ichard Frey
Lulu .,.,...................... ........ C orrine Davis
Vivian .,.......... .......... R uth Crocker
Elsie ..........,........ ............... L ois Rowe
Brian Stanley ....... .,....... W ayne Ballard
Bert Parson ..... .....,..., D onald Wynne
Dutch .,........... .....,.... L arnar Smith
Pete ....................... ...,...... G ilbert Dohlen
Stewart Miller .......... ......... R obert Yoder
Mrs. Miller ............. ........ R eynette Young
Mildred .,........... ........., D arlene Castle
lane ....................... ................ B etty Allen
Diane Gilmore ..................,............... Mary Stonebraker
Property ,r,..............,.......................... Mary Stonebraker
Assistant ........... .,..............,..,..,................ B ette Allen
Stage Manager .....,.....,..........,................. Robert Mann
Assistants .........,..,..............,...,....,..... Charles Hyland
Warren Shoemaker, Darrell Strite, I. O. Davis
Publicity Manager ...................r.......... William Chaffee
Makeup ...............,.,..,....,...,.....................,.. Ruth Crocker
Director ...... .................. M iss Dorothy Savage
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FUTURE FRRITIGRS OF RIHEIRICR
"Learning to Do
Doing to Learn
Earning to Live
Living to Serve."
OUTSTANDING EVENTS OF THE YEAR
The Executive committee met to plan the year's work and this began all the
various events of the year. In September the outstanding event was a talk "Per-
sonality Improvement" by Miss Murphy. The fall was occupied by such events as the
Community Poultry and Farm Products Fair, the Greenhand Initiation, and a trip to
the International. In December the F. F. A. Jamboree was held in Leaf River and the
rest of the winter was taken up with the Home Ec-Ag Frolic, a speech, "Thrift" by
Mr. Fred Dean. the Sectional Grain and Poultry Judging Contest, which was held at
Mt. Morris, and the Dad's Night. The Parent and Son Banquet was held in March,
and April saw the Kid Brother night. Mr. John Dohlen spoke on "Farmers' Co-opera-
tives", the initiation of Future Farmers, and the F. F. A. Picnic at The Pines were
all held in May.
This summer the boys will enter the State Judging Contest, attend the State
F. F. A. Convention, and take a camping trip in the North.
President ....,............... Lawrence Zumdahl GREENHANDS
Vice President .................... Oren Stengel Philip Ballard Arthur Jacobs
Secretary .....,.,.,.......... Dean Butterbaugh Wayne Bvken Robert Kyker
Treasurer Glenn Floto D. Butterbaugh Weldon Noble
Wayne Floto Charles Weller
Reporter """ """' D wld Stengel Vincent Horst Donald Yates
Advisor ..... .... . ..Milton R. Dunk
if Harold Brinker Lawrence Colson
Charles Diehl Ronald Dirksen
Donald Gouker Clarence Cheek
HONORARY MEMBERS Donald Medlar Glenn Floto
Mr. Ira Hendrickson Gene Messer Oren Stengel
Mr. H. A. Hoff Richard Nutt Donald Stengel
Mr. E. R. Henricks Davis W. Shaw Darrel Strite
Mr. O. A. Hanke Larry Wolfe LaVere Watson
Mr. Bentley Wilson Dean Butterbaugh Lawrence Zumdahl
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TOP ROW: Sawyer, R. Miller, Koontz.
SECOND ROW: M. Miller, Pieper, Stiger, L. Corbett, D. Corbett.
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The Commercial Department has many of the most modern office
machines, which they use in teaching students to be good office Workers.
This is the reason the Commercial Department has been one of the most im-
portant departments in our school in the past few years.
Students are given a chance to prepare for an office job by taking the
complete course, which includes two years of typing, two years of shorthand,
one year of bookkeeping, and practical experience With latest office equip-
The most important Work of the second year class is the typing of the
A tournament was held in the two typing classes to determine the best
typists. Bette Koontz was the winner of the Typing l class, and Peggy Sawyer
won the Typing ll contest.
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TOP ROW: Michael, R. Johnston, Wheldon, M. Rouse, J. Allen, Steffen, R. Lizcr,
SECOND ROW: Wible, Franklin, Silvius, Medlar, Hudson, Hilger, Suter, Schmucker,
THIRD ROW: C. Jacobs, Bartow, Ruble, H. Baker, D. Wolfe, Hedrick, D. Jacobs,
Knodle, Blecker, Frawert.
FOURTH ROW: O. Miller, E. Hough, Frey, Chaffee, Aufderbeck, Messer, Cratty,
D. Johnson, Nunn.
FIFTH ROW: R. Hough, Manny, Hanke, M. Lingel, P. Lizer, Statler, Ballard, Haig,
J. Lingel, A. Jacobs.
SIXTH ROW: McNett, Einsweiller, Watts, Burke, Strub, B. Allen, C. Messer, Avey,
SEVENTH ROW: F. Einsweiller, Fridley, Gouker, Patterson, L. Hudson, Lux, J.
Messer, M. Schmucker, Leonard, Felker, Lamb, Medlar, Fleer.
The band played at several football and basketball games, and they gave two
concerts to raise money for new uniforms. The band placed in first division at the
district contest which makes them eligible for the state contest. '
The following solos and ensembles won first division: the Cornet Trio, the Brass
Sextetg Alto Saxophone, Ronald Lizer: Drum Solo, Richard Frey and Arnold Blecker.
President ,l,,,,,,,,,,, ....... W illiotm Chaffee
Vice President ...........,. .......... I ames Wheldon
Secretary-Treasurer ..... ........ C laremont Michael
Point Chairman ........ ........... R alph Hudson
Librarians ,,,,,.i.,, ....... R oberi Iohnsion
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TOP ROW: Hudson, Stouffer, Baker, Wright, Hollar, Wheldon, Asp, Johnston.
SECOND ROW: Schmucker, Krug, R. Yoder, Yates, Medlar, W. Young, Michael, Frey.
THIRD ROW: Hoffman, Franklin, Wible, Zumdahl, Elliott, Watt, Hilger, Strub
FOURTH ROW: Manny, Nunn, Rouse, J. Allen, R. Young, Davis, Bartow, Corbett.
FIFTH ROW: Lizer, Hedrick, Jacobs, Personette, Stearn, Hagemann, Sawyer, Stengel
SIXTH ROW: M. Yoder, J. Avey, Hendershott, Thompson, Stage, J. Lingel, Watson,
The Mixed Chorus won second division in the district contest, which was
held at Forreston, I11.
Miss Hower took over the choruses when Mr. Thomas left with the
National Guard just before contest time.
The Mixed Chorus participated in the Ogle County Music Festival.
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TOP ROW: Watt, Franklin, Zumdahl, Elliott, Wible, Hilger, Hoffman.
SECOND ROW: Rouse, J. Allen, Strub, Young, B. Allen, Davis.
THIRD ROW: Nunn, Hagemann, Personette, Manny, Bartow, Corbett, Steam.
FOURTH ROW: B. Avey, Jacobs, Sawyer, Hedrick, Stengel, Lizer.
FIFTH ROW: Yoder, Stage, Hendershott, Thompson, Lingel, Watson, J. Avey.
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The Girls' Glee Club has done fine Work this year. They have made
several public appearances and they also won first division at district contest.
The girls plan to work up some numbers that may be used with the band
after contest is over.
Marjorie Elliott won first division in girls' medium voice.
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TOP ROW: Stouffer, Baker, Wright, Hollar, Wheldon. 5
SECOND ROW: Schmucker, Yates, Hudson, Asp, Johnson, Medlar.
THIRD ROW: Krug, Yoder, Young, Michael, Frey.
BOYS' GLQQ CLUB W
The Boys' Glee Club placed in the second division of the district contest E
this year. They made several public appearances and plan to continue until 1
the end of the year.
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HOME SERVICE LAUNDRY
BAKER'S PINE CREEK TURKEY FARM
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The Business 0
Kalmle Brothers Company
is printing magazines. house organs. many kinds of publications.
catalogs. and advertising matter by both the letterpress and
Mount Morris, Illinois, a town of 2,350 population, 105 miles due west of
Chicago, on the Burlington Railroad.
Magazine and trade-paper publishers, labor organizations, religious and
welfare bodies, fraternal societies, service clubs, business and profes-
sional groups, schools and industrial concerns.
Our customers come from nineteen states and forty-nine cities, ranging
from Boston and New York to Denver and San Francisco. Distance is
overcome by using every modern method of communication. Offices
are maintained in Chicago and New York, and are connected by teletype
with the plant at Mount Morris.
Complete as will be found anywhere. In addition to the use :l equipment
of a large printing plant we have an art department, :engraving shop,
electrotype foundry, mailing and shipping department, including the
making-up and maintenance of mailing lists. Everything is under one
roof and one control.
A battery of eight web magazine presses, all printing two colors, a
4-unit rotogravure press, besides two-color flat-bed and four- and five-
color rotary presses for printing covers and inserts, provide facilities
for magazines of large circulation. Mailing and shipping from a point
so near both the geographical and railroad centers of the country also
has its obvious advantages for periodicals with national circulation. For
publishers of magazines having newsstand circulation, there are also
the distribution facilities of the Kable News Company, operated from
Mount Morris, with branch offices in Chicago and New York.
We handle the mailing lists for most of our customers. Of the 8,000,000
names on file here, the majority are on Pollard-Alling stencils, a high-
speed economical metal-plate system, but we are prepared to handle
other types of lists too.
We buy the paper for many of the magazines that we print. This is
because the 10,000 tons required annually command a better price than
the average publisher is able to get, and also because relieving the
publisher of the necessity of tying up working capital in paper is a
service that puts dollars in his pocket.
The reason for such a large printing business being found in a small
town fwe employ over 800 people and pay out 351,000,000 a year in
wagesl is that publishers, as well as other business men, go where they
get the proper attention and where costs and other factors are in keep-
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