Murphysboro High School - Crimson and Corn Yearbook (Murphysboro, IL)

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We also wish to show the faithfulness and cheerful- ness which has characterized the class in the last four years. We here take the opportunity to thank Mr. Sabine, our Class Sponsor, and the Faculty for aiding us in every way possible in the publication of the annual. And lastly, it is our genuine desire that in years to come the Class of '37 will gain much happiness from memories of our school days recalled by referring to the pages of this Annual. A The Annual Staff 0.llllIIIIIllIIllIllllIIIIIllUllIIIIIllllllllIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIIIIIlllllHlllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllnlllllllllll 'Nr . a", f I Q f 1 gf, 57 Q fm q E - XJQJJ- I : fa FQ S l I fl, xfi ff u Q Y' mm e! :R Q 115 I E. Um . fx f LJKX 'fm G Q11 UD ' ' HH vi Untf A ,I QU 3 " K " ILIII UU K 5 5 ' nag A if 5 we QD Co:-ffj My F3 . . ,,1 :E ?1 : as A u u 1-3 E . .. - P . 5? 54 an rf Q P nfl H -1-uzvsurm' . QL-nrrvw .a "nrea,tr.4 --1 uu,,as1:u-1rsur-:f-n.vw-n-:s.mLlz!J:1in.1unl' rua:-sr , 41 5. '14 55 , ff Mi g Aw QB nj 1-'df "TY 55121 JOHN SABINE 'SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR ' I g S ' 1 gllllllllIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIll!IIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 2 E T0 THE CLASS OF 1937 5 Q Since "a person is known by his dilemmas", my E E E 3 wish for this class is that each of you may have g -E many perplexing moments. During your high S 5 school days you 'have overcome difficulties and 5 accomplished the various school projects. In so- E ciety, new and varied experiences will come to 5 you, but trivialities and things easy to accomplish E E 5 s do not constitute dilemmas. Your success in meet- E 5 ing the difficult and worthy things will be my E E interest and pleasure. 2 E John Sabine E : E E Class Sponsor 2 SJllIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIlllllllllIIIlllIlllllIllllllllllIllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllllllllllillllllllld mi A 1 Page Eight 'LW- 12r'r.'f fl ' '1 ,,':,f . x 1 . 'il ,f- Qx In I Q 3 S., ' ' 5 I fx, X Z BI Wfmmbvm N K- ' mu, -3' . qxxy gx FX ' Q' - ,K N V W 959 ' ' P RX 15:11 D! A N XX llyili -hw , W Q5 Q 31 'f f'f vm M , N Z: -4+-+.. , , X,-... YOU KNUWALL ABOUT SCIENCES, A sur You Amr cor N0 HHYTHMU! W xx .ff MW x 'fix HW ' ' SX far? i , xx, ,E . "gg .-.f-pl, Y 1 "Af +510 .Qc x .rv 1 ,, , A. R. STOELZLE E, L. BENCINI EARL ROLLO Svcrvtary Presidant B A D OW IEDMIATEON MURPHYSBORO TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL AUGUST WILLI DR. II. H. ROTH JOSEPH BORGSMILLER P a g e E I e v e n ifIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIlllII!IllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllKlIIlllilIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIV E The class of 1937 will live long in the memories 5 E ' of the faculty of M. T. H. S. Small in numbers, E but large in achievement, this class has been out- E: : standing in many ways. Our best wishes go with E - - 9. : all of you in your future lives. May you all be as 5 S - successful in life as you have been in your four 5 D years of high school. E E With best wishes, Murphysboro Township High E School Faculty. 9. IIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllIIKIIIIlllllIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIZ P a g e T w e I v e ? l, WELWQM K mflffffwfflffffw 11 t 1 h Lf' 4k iw-'1 VL ghwf W ,ln lp, WUIWU V f V ALBERT NICHOLAS PRINFIPA I, AIAKICIUI' NICHOLAS MA1'l4lG.IUYCE XVAL'l'h11l BUCK DAVE VANCE A. B., M. A. B. S. B, Ed. A. B. 1'riucipL11 Nlflllllill Training Gr-nm-ral Svivnu- and History and Ms'Qhz111icul Drzlwing Clviqs 1'AUI,lNlq XVILLIAMS DORIS IIIXSON SUPHIA HAER DOKU'I'Hl'2.X KUNZI IS. S. A. Ii. A. B. R. lid. Uiulmygy Alp:'m-hrn and Shortlmml and English and Latin G1-nun-try Bfmkkoy-ping Page Fourteen .IUHN GRAHAM JHHN SARINIG TIIIGOINJRE SllUBERG CARL WILLIAMS li. S. R. Ed. A. B. li. Ed. Xlg'0lll'i1, Q1iYil'S-, und Algolsru and History, Uivivs, :md Clu-nlislry, I'l1yslvs, liusim-ss Law' G1-omvtry ' lflcmmmic-s and Clmrus fl UIIAICI. Kl+1'l"l'lCR-ING ANNA TAGGART RUTH BERRY LOUISE 'WINCHICLL li. S.. A. R. A. ll.. M. A. B. Ed. A. B. Intin, Girls' Pllysil-al Latin, Assistant English, Clothing English and Typing Eduvntion Prinvipul Page Flfteqn .A 1' HOXYAHD 'I'HIlAILKH.L JEYVELL RERRIER STEPHEN DOZIER JOHN N. HIGGINS Music R. Ed. A. B. B. S.. M. S. English English History and General Science hp. ILEAN GARDNER CLIFFIIC STEYVARP S01'I'vi21F5' Librarian P a g e S i x t e e n 311 liuemnrg uf 3-lllhklff Bill yarn Hzmuzrrg 3, 1919 ma gxpfn zz, was eluireh member uf the class nf 1937 P g S t Chef? OWU UQhQr'i.Qld55 Confl Kfliffflf r Evffczfwess es .Z gig, . ,,: 3 , , X , 4 M, ,wmwm f s , ew" xx. 1 iv ? if . - b- , ,., xdl 55 wwggfgwkf 1 X , IL' . 2 , K J 'fu 1 ' s 74i'E. ,Q an .-'Qgy?hggFmm ' ' ' f' i"fi3ff?rf 4:45 nv P1 . .GMBH K Pgq-earn, Pop-nah, , Chewing-wA!ervSQda13mf Jqefff l7ov6IC hjfhecrf nffv '!9'W7hf7,7071Ye!' Oeregffpj AVNSIJQ Dope W 'vyegf Page Eighteen 9 ff, 'an' .. I .4--z' , ,-54" 4-xg ' , - .A 4 5. F fax A' N." 'TA , eb-. ,P U I V 3... - ul? .T vw - si , b . Q' U w u 1 sg. .Af x .435 .f.-EF , ,,- x ,, J it .. was --,x..,,, ..B s .F u P H 4 35457 'f'.-'rm I 'wg V,, k . cf.,-," , H. .. -a, , .Mx 1 -Nl, ,.l. , 1 . F .A , .x-4. 1 A X ,R Y, .. "Fig r" '. . 't'?".., A ' . 5 1 3, i ' Q an fy , N L ' A . Jw., jgg.:-I, ff 4 A-. yz Q -4, --.few --H' ,,,, Q, 1 - ,- 9- An- 2 sriri: . ' "Hia . r . 1. Ag: , ., iq .szljj . . , , , , Egfr A , - . hi- P . .,-.4-UK . Lg, x K 1 ff- X . ,- F K A , 5542? X W 9 fp Af n. E fi A, Lb, -.- ' I '13 - , 3:95 1 . x 2, .-s 1 4 ..uma:ux. ...U . gf--' ' 4 1 4, . Put . ,J N, Q J.. wwf ' M... , fl - .P Qs, . , .4. A, ,M . x .,,g '-Biff, , 9 ,5 tgfiwft ,t 1.51, , .' 4' 21.241, 1: , . , vp .4-9 .num- ' 12.3-Q25 -' w,x .run- .nam The Class of '37 Goes Swinging Along In 1932 "we" the Senior Class entered High School, to "Learn Our ABC'S" under 'the direction of our Maestro John Sabine. We "swung high" in the "Ole Left Hander's Band", and orchestra, in football and basketball, and many other activities. We chose as our "swing" cabinet: John Reeder, Leaderg Dorothy Wright, Assistant Leaderg Paul Weber, Booking Agentg and Gilbert Brannon, Financial Adviser. Our first step- that of amateurs was now completed. The following year we knew "There Was Something In The Air" so we began to "Make Hay While the Sun Shined" in our work, later we re- ceived as a reward a Christmas Party, which was quite an enjoyable af- fair. Those who led us were Virginia Rollo, First Leaderg Dolores Wahl, Rosemary Drueke, and Eugenia Etherton, Assistants. "The Music Goes 'Round" and as Juniors we were still "Shooting High" with Co-Leaders Saralee Shook and John Reederg Charles Wolff, Assistant Leaderg Mary J. Richardson, Booking Agent, and Robert Hel- wig, Financial Adviser. This year we showed our iirst real professional talent in "The Gay Deception", with the "Ole Left Hander" furnishing the music. In May we climaxed an exciting year with Vince Genovese "Doin' the Prom". As Seniors "We've Got Cprofessionall Rhythm", because "Rhythm Is Our Business". This year we proved our ability in acting, in the two gala productions of "Growing Pains", under the direction of Miss' Dixson. We selected .as "swing master" Vincent Gilloolyg assistant swingster, Rosemary Druekeg and that "drummer boy" of ours, Billy Hufnagel, as iinancial manager and booking agent. Even if we didn't make history in all our attempts, many of our mem- bers won recognition in various fields. In the "Star-Dust" when we are "Gone", We hope that "You" Cremainingj will looki through the old song album and find "Memories". But now we'll be swingin' along--Be seein' you-Yes, at the Prom --and later at GRADUATION. -Emily Ruth Barringer SAMUEL VINCENT GILLOOLY ROSEMARY DRUEKE v RUTH MYERS BILLY HUFNAGEL MAX KEOUGH POLLY MAE MCFARLAND SARALEE SHOOK ROBERT HELWIG Page Twenty-one Page Twenty-two DOROTHY HAUNER JOHN MOULTON PETER SABELLA WANDA RUTH KIEL. EMILY RUTH BARRINGER EDWARD HENRY PAUL WEBER EUGENIA ETHERTO N JOHN REEDER MARY J. RICHARDSON IN EZ BASKIN ALFRED HARNAGEI, TONY ARGOS PAULINE SA VITZ DOROTHY WRIGHT RUSSELL GRANTHAM Page Twenty-three Pane Twenty-four ANNA MAE FISHER CHARLES WOLFF RUDOLPH KING EVELYN JOHNSON VIRGINIA TUTHILL JACK BOUCHER GLENN LUKE ROXANNE BJ ICK ROBERT GILLOOLY MARTHA MITCHELL VIRGINIA ROLLO ROBERT WEATHERS JACK PIERON THERESA BORN CANDACE SNYDER RALPH PORTE li Page Twenty-five FRED LOVE Page Twenty-six FREETTA SCHIMPF RICHARD ROBE RTS MARGARET HALPIN A' PAULINE HANSON DOLORES WAH I. ANNABELLE ROLAND RUBY JOHNSON NORMAN PARMLEY WILMA LOVE EULA ALLEY ARTHUR NETHERCOTT SUSAN PARROTT THELMA WILL DOROTHY WELCH BRADIMORE BRoU1LL1aT'rm 1 Page Twenty-seven .. Page Twenty-eight SELIA GRAY KARL KING JAMES WHEATLEY MARGARET GREMMELS MARY LOUISE CAMPBELL BUELL ROLENS HOMER BRUSH ALBERTA LAVELL EUGENE AIASSI IRMA ALLE Y JULIA ROSE IHLE FRANK WOLFE RAYMOND BECKMAN HELEN SCHAFER VIRGINIA WILL RAYMOND ZINK Page Twenty-nine ge Thirty M GAIL REDN OUR LEWIS MIFFLIN KENNETH SMITH DOROTHY TONNER ALETHA OWENS DAVID FULMER FOREST POTTER ALICE GARDNE It A nf mmf t W5-5'5"3 J , 4 , . Q ,'V'.1' . Jgyt. . A: -Zz I. ,,, L.,..: 4g 'nA rv I Y,-mf, 'U' A , ., .gr 4. 5--Af" ' ' Qerf 'K ...L . ip - 71.-,gg 4' un, .f y Fr, Q. ' V-, '-W" 3'-a1'fE,' , ,,. , .1 ' 'A ,1-J R .-, . .T vxfl, W -, IJA 1 "I 'I flew p A . .- lr-I 4,'4 5 px --7'.H'f , 'c,-'F ' . .TJ ,A -., u -... - EUGENE- LEE AIASSI-Nickname-"Gene", "Georgie" Theme, Song "Boo Hoo". I "He who struckea cop". Pep Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Class Honors 1 111, 2 111, 3 113, Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Glee Club 1, 2, Science Club 4, Annual Staff, Assembly Pro- grams 1, 4. . EULA LORRAINE ALLEY--Nickname-"EuliQ" Theme Song "You're Laughing at Me." e u . "Our Blonde daughter". Class Honors 3 11l,' Ava High School 1, 2. 1 IRMA ALLEY-Nickname--'lrmier Theme Song "Sweet and Lovely" "She answered and smiled." Honors 3 113, 4 111, Class Honors 3 113, Ava High School 1, 2. TONY ARGOS-Nickname-"Greasy" Theme Song "I Wanna' Go Home" "The brief in Sociology". 1 Pep Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2. EMILY RUTH BARRINGER-Nickname-"Carrots", "Jane" Theme Song "Clarinet Marmalade" "The one usually seen with a Scottie." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4,3 G. A. A. 3, 4, Senior, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Honors 1 111, 2 113, 3 123, Class Honors 1 113, 2 113, 4 111, Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Instrumental Solo Contest 2, 3 121, 4, Volunteer Club 41 National Honor Society 4, Annual Staif, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. INEZ BASKIN-Nickname-"Nez" Theme Song "I Want To Be Happy" K "Chatter box of the' band." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Senior Band 3, 4, Junior Band 2, Orchestra 1, Pep Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Class Honors 1 111, Science Club 4, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. ' RAYMOND BECKMAN-Nickname-"Beck" Theme Song "Tobacco Row" "An old time History student." Senior Band 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Class Honors 2 125, 3 121, Senior Play Produc- lion Staff "Growing Pains", Science Club 33 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. ROXANE BJICK-Nickname-"Bjlckle" Theme Song "All American Glrl" "Is he a football hero?" G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Award 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Honors 1 111, Class Honors 1 113, 2 125, 3 111, 4 113, Junior Play Cast "Gay Deception", Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Volunteer Club 2, 3, Science Club 4: Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. THERESA BORN-Nickname-"T, B." l Theme Song "I Could Learn My A, B, C's" A "Always quiet, but not studying." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Vice President 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Class Honors 2 113, Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Volunteer Club 3, 41 Science Club 4, Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 4. JACK BOUCH ER Theme Song "He Ain't Got Rhythm" "Our French Horn player." Class Honors 2 12l, 4 111, Senior Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Band 1, Assembly Pro- grams 1, 2, 3, 4. J' ' es Page Thlrty-three 9. 'Sl' . Y g-, V A..-agjp ,ff 111112-ni-11 -1-11 -4- O BRADIMO RE BROUILLETTE-Nickname-"Brad" Theme Song "Yes, We Have No Bananas" "Little, but mighty." U1 Orchestra 1, 2 1113 Class Honors 1, 2, 43 Senior Play Cast "Gr0WiDg P8iI1S"3 Assembly Programs 4. Gorham High School 3. HOMER BRUSH-Nickname-"Canfield", "Fuller" Theme Song "Never Gonna Dance" "Oh! so you're studying English IV!" 1?J Latin Club 1, 23 Honors 1 111, 2 121g Class Honors 4 1113 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Science Club 4g Annual Staffg Assembly Programs 4. Chester High School 3. MARY LOUISE CAMPBELL-Nickname-"Elsie" Theme Song "When You Love Only One" "Little Elsie." G. R. 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Class Honors 4 1113 Junior Play Cast "Gay Decept.ion"S Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Volunteer Club 33 Assembly Programs 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY DRUEKE-Nickname-"Rosie" Theme Song "What Will I Tell My Heart" "One of the little Druekesf' G. R. 1 2, 3, 45 G. R. Vice President 45 G. A. A. 15 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 25 High HOHQYS 1 1111 HOHOYS 1 621, 2 111, 3 1113 Class Honors 3 121, 4 111g Junior Play Cast "Gay Deception"g Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Volunteer Club 2, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Annual Staffg Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Class Secretary 23 Senior Class Vice President 4. EUGENIA ETHERTON-Nickname-"Janet", "Genie" Theme Song "Old Fashioned Girl" "Do I have all my books?" G. R. 1. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Honors 1, 2 121, 33 Class Honors 2 111, 4 111: Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Volunteer Club 43 National Honor Society 45 Annual Staffg Assembly Programs 1, 45 Sophomore Class Treasurer 2. ANNA MAE FISHER-Nickname-"Anne", "Annie" Theme Song "Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore." "Our dancing doll." - G- R- 21 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2g Pep Club 1, 25 Latin Club 13 In- strumental Solo Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Volunteer Club 43 Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Honors 1 111, 3 111, 4 111, DAVID FU LM ER-Nickname-"F'1unk" Theme Song "Puddin' Head Jones" I "where is the little man?" ALICE GARDNER-Nickname-"Tubbie" Theme Song "Where, Oh, Where!" "Where is Sonny?" G. R. 2, 3, 45 Orchestra lg Latin Club 2g Class Honors 1 1113 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Volunteer Club 2, 33 Assembly Programs 4. ROBERT GILLOOLY-Nickname-"Bob" Theme Song "The Irish In Me" "Did you say typing speed test?" VINCENT GILLOOLY-Nickname-"Soak", "Irish Thirteen" Theme Song "There's a Tavern in the Town." "We who believe in strikes." Class Honors 2 1115 Senior Class President 4. Page Thirty-four JN f -I ' -.if 9, v " 1 . af V , , ,M , A, , L .1 k -,Q 9 4, " -. 5 rs. im.-Wy: . 1-z -. I..--tl I -tg - -. A -- , 4 . . ' - . .Gp-i. ,vt f tw. 1-A , Q, .Nan N 'Q - 4- l -f - -1- 7-Q-1111-1 ii-1 Q --1--11 .111 .gu--- .1 u -,n .- .-1 -- ug --1 -1.-.111--rv-11 I RUSSELL GRA.NTHAM-Nickname-"Rus" Theme Song "Love and Learn" "I like the Freshmen better than Seniors." Class Honors 4 1111, Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Assembly Programs 4: Tamms High School 1, 2, 3. , , SELIA GRAY-Nickname-"Se" Theme Song "I'm In A Dancing Mood" E "Gray but never blue." Pep Club 1, Latin Club 23 Class Honors 1 111, 2 1113 Volunteer Club 3, 4. MARGARET GREMMELS-Nickname-"Margie" Theme Song "At Mickey Mouse's Party" "The little girl with a little laugh." Class I-Ionors 2 1213 Volunteer Club 33 Glee Club 2, 4. MARGARET HALPIN-Nickname-"Hal" Theme Song "Organ Grinder Swing" "Usually seen talking to someone." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. R. Treasurer 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G .A. A. Award 3: G. A. A. Secretary-Treasurer 43 Science Club 43 Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 2, 3. PAU LINE HANSON-Nickname-"Polly" Theme Song "Sweet and Slow" "But why? Oh!" G. R. 1, 2, G. A. A. 4g Latin Club 25 Class Honors 1 121, 2 1113 Volunteer Club 3, 4, Annual Staff. ALFRED HARNAGEL-Nickname-"Ai", "Airy", f-Horny'-, -'Sonny' Theme Song "Sweet Adeline" ' "Where is "Tubbie?" Senior Band 43 Junior Band 3g Class Honors 3 1113 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Science Club 4, Assembly Programs 3, 43 Gorham High School 1, 2. DOROTHY HAUNER-Nickname-"Dot" Theme Song "Would You" "Always agreeable." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 25 Latin Club 25 Class Honors 1, 2, 3: Senior Play Production Staff "Growing Pains"g Volunteer Club 3, 43 Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 3. ROBERT HELWIG-Nickname-"Bobbie", "Sadie" Theme Song "Let's Make Hay While the Sun Shines." "High and mighty!" 1?1 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 25 High Honors 2 1213 Honors 1, 2 111, 3, 4 1113 Junior Play Production Staff "Gay Deceptiong Senior Play Production Stal! "Growing Pains"g Science Club 3, 45 Science Club Vice President 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Annual Staff, Editorg Assembly Programs 1, 35 Junior Class Treasurer 3. EDWARD HENRY-Nickname-"O'Henry" Theme Song "Treasure Island" "Paderewski." 1?1 Orchestra 1, 2: Class Honors 1, 23 Science Club 33 Annual Staffg Assembly Programs 3, 4. BILLY HUFN.AGEL-Nickname-"Cecil" ' Theme Song "Lazybones". "Say! My friend, do you have your Business Law?" Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 13 Junior Play Cast "Gay Deceptionng Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Annual Staffg Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer 4. I' Page Thirty-flve as I 3 ...nl .-...- ....2-..- .. ' JULIA ROSE IHLE-Nickname-"Do Do", "Rulia Jose" Theme Song "Girl With the Dreamy Eyes" "Blonde 'Vivian'." Honors 13 Class Honors 2, 4 4133 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"3 Carbondale University High School 3. EVELYN JOHNSON-Nickname-"Mickey" Theme Song "Moonlight and Shadows" "Our Mickey". G. R. 1, 23 Senior Band 3 4113 Junior Band 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Class Honors 1: Glee Qlub 43 Assembly Programs 3. RUBY JOHNSON Theme Song "Willow Weep for Me" "Stop and reason." Honors 1 1253 Class Honors 2 1233 Volunteer Club 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Assemb- ly Programs 33 Latin Club 23 Carbondale University High School 1 413. MAX KEOUGH-Nickname-"Keough Plus" Theme Song "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." "Max, wake up!" Senior Band 3, 43 Junior Band 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Junior Play Cast and Production Staff "Gay Deception"3 Senior Play Production Cast "Growing Pains"g Science Club 3, 43 Science Club President 43 Annual Staff, Business Managerg Assemb- ly Programs 3, 4. W.A.NDA RUTH KIEL-Nickname-"Ruthie" Theme Song "My Wild Irish Rose" "The serious, studious Senior." G. A. A. 13 Junior Band 23 Latin Club 1, 23 High Honors 1, 23 4 1133 Honors 33 Volunteer Club 3, 43 Science Club 43 National Honor Society 3, '43 Annual Staff. KARL KING Theme Song "Alone" "Very businesslike in Sociology." RUDOLPH KING Theme Song "She Done Him Wrong" "Can you feature him not dashing about in a car?" Class Honors 1. ALBERTA LAAVELL-Nickname-"Bert" Theme Song "Gone" "I don't know" G. R. 2. 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. Award: Latin Club 23 Science Club 4. FRED LOVE-Nickname-"Lovely Theme Song "Shine" "Our co-football hero." Pep Club 23 Major Football Letter 43 Minor Football Letter 33 Class Honors 23 Senior Play Production Staff "Growing Pains"3 Science Club 3, 43 Assembly Pro. grams 3. WILMA LOVE-Nickname-"Willie", "Lovely" Theme Song "D'Love1y" "Oh gee! Is he getting a. hair cut?" G. R. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Class Honors 1, 2, 33 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"3 Annual Staffg Assembly Programs 2, 3, 4. '5 Page! Thirty-six 1 4"-'-'rf-1' -...w-'-'.yvw--,,iV- ...' ' GLEN SCOTT LUKE-Nickname-"Luke", "Scotty" Theme Song "I Went to Sleep at the Football Game" "Our only football hero." Major Football Letter 43 Minor Football Letter 33 Class Honors 1, 23 Junior Play Production Staff, "Gay Deception"3 Senior Play Production Statt, "Growing Pains"3 Annual Stal. POLLY MAE MCFARLA-ND-Nickname-"Polly", "Irish Squire" Theme Song "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." "She who is never sad." G. R. 33 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Honors 1, 2 121, 3 1213 Class Honors 2 111. 3 111, 4 1113 Volunteer Club 43 Glee Club 33 National Honor Society 43 Annual Stattg Assembly Programs 3. ' LEWIS M I FFLI N-Nickname-"Louie" Theme Song "Shoe Shine Boy" "Our blonde." Class Honors 1 111, 2 121. MA RTH.A M ITCH E LL-Nickname--"Marthie" Theme Song "Who's Afraid of Love" "Usually seen with a certain tall, curly headed boy." G. R. 23 Pep Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Class-Honors 2, 4 1113 Junior Play Produc- tion Staff, "Gay Deception"3 Annual Staff. ' JOHN MOULTON-Nickname--"Little Man" Theme Song "Tiny Little Finger Prints" "Little man, what now?" Class Honors 1 1113 Senior Play Cast and Production Staif, "Growing Pains"3 Science Club 3, 43 Science Club Secretary, 43 Annual Stal'!3 Assembly Programs 3,4. RUTH MYERS-Nickname-"Ruthie" Theme Song "Alice Blue Gown" "Could it be possible for you to forget?" Honors 3 111, 4 1113 Class Honors 3 1213 Annual Stauj Marlon High School 1, 2. A RTH U R N ETH ERCOTT-Nickname-"Anna" Theme Song "Popeye the Sailor Man" "Yes, I was there a year." Anna-Jonesboro High School 2, 3, 4. ALETHA OWENS-Nickname-"Lethiebel" Theme Song "Darkness on the Delta." "Be more specific." Orchestra 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Volunteer Club 1, 2, 33 Assembly Programs 1, 2. NORMAN PARMLEY-Nickname-"Buddie" Theme Song "Blow, Gabriel, Blow" "How is our Uncle Norman?" Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 23 Instrumental Solo Contest 43 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN PARROT-Nickname-"Polly", "Sue", "Susie" Theme Song "Sweet Sue" "One of the few quiet people." Latin Club 1, 23 Class Honors 1, 23 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"3 Volunteer Club 33 Assembly Programs 3. ' S" Page Thirty-seven --.1-:lx ..-1.1-.1 ,ignnun .1 1- .- . :- JACK PIERON--Nickname-"Dutch" Theme Song "The Girl In The Little Green Hat" "Tall, dark, and ?" Science Club 4. RALPH PORTER-Nickname-"Blondy" Theme Song "The Music Goes 'Round" "That very studious blonde." Senior Band 2 111, 3, 4, Junior Band 1 1113 Honors 13 Class Honors 2, 4 1173 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. FOREST POTTER-Nickname-"Poose" Theme Song "Readheads On Parade" "You goin' to Carbondale?" Class Honors 2 125, 3 111. GAI L REDNO U R-Nickname-"Gailie" Theme Song "Dark Eyes" "Demure little brunette." G. R. 15 Orchestra 1, 2, Pep Club 15 Glee Club 3, Class Honors 1 111g Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3. JOHN REEDER-Nickname-"Johnnie" Theme Song "Swing, Mr. Charlie" "Little Johnie and his little Johniesf' Senior Band 2 115, 3, 45 Junior Band 23 Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 3, 49 Freshman Class President 1: Junior Class Co-President 35 Honors 1 1115 Class Honors 1 111. MARY JEANNETTE RICHARDSON-Nickname "M. J." Theme Song "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" "Faithful Gym Student". G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R. Vice President 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. President 44: G. A. A. Award 3, Pep Club 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 23 Secretary-Treasurer, Latin Club 25 Honors 2 121, 4 1113 Class Honors 1, 3 121, 2 115: Junior Play Cast "Gay Deceptionn: Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 33 Junior Class Secretary 3. RICHARD ROBERTS-Nickname-"Dick" Theme Song "I Love Everything That's Beautiful" 1?J "She plays clarinet in Junior Band." Major Football Letter 3. ANNAIBELLE ROLAND-Nickname--"Annie" "Annie won't be here much longer." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 33 Orchestra 13 Pep Club 2, Latin Club 1, 25 Volunteer Club 3, 4. BU ELL ROLENS-Nickname-"Buella" Theme Song "How Deep Is The Ocean?" 'The questionnaire of the Senior Class." Latin Club 1, Minor Football Letter 2, 3: Class Honors 2 12l, 3 121, 4 1115 Junior Play Cast "Gay Deception"g Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Science Club 42 Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 3, 43 Irvington, Illinois High School 1. VIRGINIA ROLLO-Nickname-"Ginny" Theme Song "Indian Love Call" "The ever-ready giggler." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Band 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2g Latin Club 1, 23 High Honors 1 117, 3 1273 Honors 11123, 2 123, 4 1133 Junior Play Cast "Gay Deception", Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", National Honor Society 3, 43 Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Class President 2. , P Page Thirty-eight 1- 1 -i 1 ip -- 111 ,.-111 .iii .1 1- - .1 ,1 . PETE SABELLA-Nickname-"Pete" Theme Song "Lost" 1what?1 "Just can't be 'Piccolo Pete'." Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 15 Latin Club 1, 21 Class Honors 25 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"g Science Club 43 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. PAU LIN E SAVITZ-Nickname-"Polly" Theme Song "Let's Go Slummln' " "Can she giggle!" G. R. 2, 35 G. A. A. 2, 3: Latin Club 25 Class Honors 2 111: Volunteer Club 4. HELEN SCHAFER-Nickname-"Nu Nell" Theme Song "Little Ole Lady" "Really, I like to study!" G. R. 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2: Latin Club 2: Honors 1, 2, 33 Class Honors 4 111: Volunteer Club 3, 43 Assembly Programs 1, 23 National Honor Society 4. FREETTA SCHIMPF-Nickname-"Toots", "Me" Theme Song "Swing High, Swing Low" "It's a Grand dance band." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 33 Junior Band 45 Orchestra 13 Pep Club 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Class Honors 13 Volunteer Club 4: Glee Club 43 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3. SARALEE SHO0K-Nickname-"Shookie" Theme Song "One In A Million" "The properties are all here." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 13 Pep Club 23 Latin Club 2, 3: Honors 1, 2, 3 111, 4 1113 Class Honors 3 1213 Senior Play Production Staff "Growing Pains"g Volunteer Club 3, 4: Science Club 4: Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 1, 35 Junior Class Co- President 3: National Honor Society 4. KENNETH SMITH-Nickname-"Kenny" A Theme Song "Ridin' High" "I don't know." Minor Football Letter 33 Major Football Letter 43 Manager 3, 4. CANDACE SNYDER-Nlckname-"Thirteen", Candy", "Kansas" Theme Song "Vote for Mister Rhythm" "Sunflowers will go to seed." Senior Band 45 Junior Band 33 Honors 3, 4 1113 Assembly Programs 3, 4. Grove Center, Kentucky High School 1, 2 1113 Ewing, Illinois High School 2 111. DOROTHY TONNER-Nickname-"Dot" Theme Song "Sweet Music" "Just another Dot!" G. R. 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3,5 Latin Club 1. 25 Honors 1, 2, 3 111: Class Honors 3 121, 4 1115 National Honor Society 4. VIRGINIA TUTHILL-Nickname-"Ginnie" Theme Song "Lullaby of The Leaves" "Is this Geometry, or isn't lt?" Class Honors 1 111, 3 111. DELORES WAHL-Nickname-"Do Do" Theme Song "I Don't Want To Make History" "Peppy and quite athletic." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R. Treasurer 35 G. R. President 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. Vice President 43 G. A. A. Award 33 Pep Club 1, 23 High Honors 1 111, 2 1115 Honors 1 121, 2 121, 3, 4 1113 Junior Play "Gay Deception", Production Statfg Volunteer Club 2, 33 Science Club 4g National Honor Society 3, 45 Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice President, Sophomore Class 2. Page Thirty-nine i t -nl 1 ROBERT WEATHERS-Nickname-"Bob" Theme Song "Swing It" "Don't be so 'igornant"'. Junior Band 23 Senior Band 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Class Honors 2 C113 Junior Play Cast "Gay Deception", Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Assembly Programs 2, 3, 4. PAUL WEBER-Nickname-"Doc" .Theme Song "With Plenty of Money and You" "If water were only money." Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Class Honors 1 i2lg Science Club 43 Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 15 Freshman Class Secretary 1. DOROTHY WELCH-Nickname-"Peanut", "Dot" Theme Song "Little Girl" I ' "The Peanut who likes peanuts." G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Honors 1, 2, -3, 43 Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Volunteer Club 45 Annual Statfg National Honor Society 42 Assembly Programs 1, 3, 4. JAMES WH EATLEY-Nickname-"Jimmy", "Wl1eaties" Theme Song "The Love Bug'll Bite You" "Please go away and let me sleep." Junior Band 15 Senior Band 2, 3, 43 Assembly Programs 1,.2, 3, 4. THELMA WILL-Nickname-"Midge" Theme Song "Paris In The Spring" "Tiny little French heels." Latin Club 1, 25 Honors 1, 23 Volunteer Club 2, 4, Carbondale University High School 3. VIRGINIA WILL--Nickname-"Ginie" Theme Song "Carry Me Back to Ole Virginie" "Russell, you're just too smart!" G. R. 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1. 2: Latin Club 13 Class Honors 1 421, 2. CHARLES WOLFF-Nickname-"Charlie" Theme Song "Serenade In The Night" "Dutch, how's your father?" Pep Club 1, 25 Latin Club 13 Class Honors 1, 2,,3,g Junior Play Cast "Gay Decep- tion", Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains", Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 1, 3, 4: Junior Class Vice President 3. FRANK WOLFE Theme Song "I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreamin' " "Wolfe, did you say?" Class Honors 1 1193 Junior Play Production Staff " Gay Deception". DOROTHY WRIGHT-Nickname-"Dot" Theme Song "Chasing Shadows" E "Right or wrong, it's still Wright." G. R. 1, 2, 3, 49 Senior Band 2, 3, 4: Junior Band 25 Pep Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 22 High Honors 1, 25 Honors 3, 4 fllg Junior Play Cast "Gay Deception", Senior Play Cast "Growing Pains"3 National Honor Society 3, 4 5 Annual Staifg Assembly Programs 3, 45 Freshman Class Vice President 1. RAYMOND ZINK Theme Song "I'm an Ole Cowhand" "Do you or don't you know your A, B, C's?" P Page Forty NX XJ' Q x EF: N5 mil G3 :JE 3 S ,mx ffl 3 X Q F Q55 X ' X c7S'Qe-Q, Q VA f li i J an X ,1 ,gr-A fx? ' L QE K X Q X N f 5 I S ! - f M S 'N x ef X! J-:Z f ff X L f '1 , 2 C2 ii L AY JA' f S jC i... ww, -l,, , WLM MEMOIRS OF A JUNIOR At last! Our class of eager eighth-graders had reached that long strived for place-high school. How clearly I remember, diary, that first morning in '34. We were so proud and yet so afraid, but most of us have weathered the storms and famously, too. Our first class meeting was looked forward to with great excitement, for then we would select our leaders for our first year. Mr. Williams, as our able class sponsor, soon called the first meetingg and Bill Hanson, Dorothy Bastien, and Bessie Wright were elected our class officers. Our class thrived well under their leadership, and contributed much to athletics and music. We had suc- ceeded in mounting the hill but collided with the dreaded semester exams at the second curve. A few met with disaster, but tive passed by with high honors. Now, having attained the title of "sophisticated" sophomores, we entered our second year with high heads and high hopes. The class, a well-organized group .this year, saluted the old officers farewell, and elected Frank Holloway, Dan Busch, Dorothy Hart, and Bob Dowling to carry on their work. Several more added their musical talents to the band and the organization gave a splendid concert in April. Again Mr. Semester Exam, the only unwelcome visitor at M. T. H. S., crept up and took a number of us by surpriseg although, one upheld the honor of our class and was lauded with high honors. The second semester soon slipped by, and the high school said, "Vale" again to another departing class. "We're Upper classmen now"-is the password. We've really reached that "supposedly" dignified position and only by the two years hard labor. Our class has thrived well this year under the leadership of Constance Elliot, Frank Holloway, Doris Mae Wood, Ruth Wodicka, and Dan Busch. Did I say only, "well," diary? I mean exceptionally well! Our class won the ticket sales for the Carbondale-Murphy' Armistice Day football gameg and not only that, but we are doing splendidly with our candy sales. Soon we are to give the annual Junior play. It promises to be interesting with, "A Rose of Plymouth Town" for a title. Then-the Junior-Senior Prom, and with such a jolly and ambitious class we are certain it will be a lovely one. The school year will be almost over at prom time and-Diary! I almost failed to mention semester exams, and how could I forget them? Our class again proved its scholastic ability by hav- ing the high honor list of seven represented by two Juniors. Mi T. H. S. will well be proud of our class that graduates in '38. Ambition, scholastic ability, and "will to do and soul to dare" have been shown in all we have undertaken, and'I sincerely hope that when we leave this fine "old school- house" we shall -leave behind with the "school-marms" and "school- masters" as tender memories as we shall carry deep in our hearts when we leave. Our first three years have been ones only of happiness, and we shall strive and will do only our very best our last year at M. T. H. S. Janice Bigelow I Ruth Wodicka CONSTANCE ELLIOTT DAN BUSCH RUTH WODICKA FRANK HOLLOWAY JAMES CRIPPS DORIS WOOD JOHN BATSON JANICE BIGELOW FRANCES BROWN PARM WILLIAMS HELEN WRIGHT ROY WILLIAMSON CHARLES PIMLOTT MARY K. HAFER ARDELL SCHUSTER MELBA ROSE CROSS BESSIE WRIGHT JAMES MCROY NELL K. JONES JAMES SMITH FRANK BEAN HUGHETTA TIPPETT ALBERT NAUSLEY MARY JAYNE ROBINSON ge Forty-thr ge Forty-four BILLY HANSON MAXINE GILLMORE DAVID HAMMERSCHMIDT EILEEN GHOLSON RUTH HEILMAN MYRON COCHRAN DOROTHY PILTZ BILL CROSS HARRY LAVELL ALICE PLATER MARVIN CRISLER HELEN STEARNS DOROTHY MILLER ALFONSE STROBL ARKIE LEE PRATT I EDWARD CRISLER FLOYD ROGERS FRANCES YARBOROUGH BILL CALLAWAY MARY K. ANDERSON KILLENE REDNOUR REX BIVINS MARGARETANN SMITH EUGENE JONES HORTENSE ARBEITER PAUL JACOBS IRENE CHANCEY JOHN COOPER DONALD WILLIAMS MARY E. BAKER CHARLES MAES SIBYLE ROBINSON ELIZABETH SHEMWELL PETE MONTESANTO ELLA STEVENSON WILLARD POWELL JOHN ISOM MARY EDNA KUPFERER JACK RAINS BEULAH BERKBIGLER MARY ELLEN AKIN EARL ZIMMERMAN LAURA MAE BURTON BILL HUMPHREYS ARDELL SMITH JULIA SILVEY DAVID HIGGINS FRANCES BULLAR age Forty-five ge Forty-six HARRY CRAVER MARCELLA MCCALL ROBERT RIGGS MARCEN NA MCCALL PEGGY CHAPMAN HOMER CLELAND GERALDINE MCBRIDE QUENTIN REED , RAYMOND RUFFIN GRACE LEE ' CLAUDE OZBURN ETHEL PERRIGAN DOROTHEA SMITH GEORGE RODMAN VIRGINIA JOHNSTON RAY ZIMMERMAN JOHN DAUM MARGARETANN WEBER LAVERN WILLIAMS MARJORIE HINES MOZELLE HARRY HAROLD ROBERTSON PEGGY WILL ROBERT TYLER OLLIE MAE WAYMAN LELAND LOCKARD RACHAEL WISELY JOAN JOPLIN LEONETA BORGERS JULE DAVIS BOB BANTEL STELLA BOLY MARY BALSANO LEON BAIN ANNAJANE HOLLOWAY HELEN WORTHEN OLGA ARGOS BERTHA SCHULZ ALBERT FULMER DOROTHY LESTER EUGENIA EVANS CLAUDE MCROY ESTHER MAE GARRY DOROTHY HART DOLORAS WOODWARD FRANCES SCHOENBERGER CHARLES HELD MABEL JANES ge Forty-sev TALLIS LOCKAS GENE CAMDEN VICTOR ATKINS WILLIAM SMITH GEORGE PENROD Page Forty-eight ?ng?gq f " o 7.2 .,..,,., A . .vi nys: -agfrfawfggyrfh va:.x?Jf- 'ip ' ' .: A - ' J LOIS7GOODWIN ESSIE ROBINSON WILLIE B. COLEMAN ARLILLIAN FREEMAN Page Forty-nine .N fi 'qs ,lj 4' , 5 r vA D03 ,mfg ,AIHQJJ of, . Easel' 'un B e,u. ? o www' V, "Yeah Team' C' f ' 0' 'Za . ' N x,"'w mfg, fc, AN" oo ef- . ' ef .I , G 'Var i Ll? .1 ' Jai ' Alle' 0 hard day, 31?-L-s ' K -1" . 3 f Q 13 . ,' "- ,fr K - A - n ' 51 X ,kt 4 aw' , E4 R rw- 4 '00g ' 2' S 0 A if 06 Wefofrlr.. and 6' Poor L ifffd ffmerf u Eoilj S nn,- . 14 - c oacfsfff c!'0f1.' 01- ea! 1 'ae 1 " nm Page Fi fty 'i . 'J G 3 x 1 'x 1 Q . ,vff 'Sl it 4 0 N X , -Q 1 if M 5 is x XXX wk xx X 4 ww if f W S Xif iil X X LEW 0 5 ' WM Lf 'y . x : i mf f ff 64 1 m A : GL? 1 Qu 3 ,I Nx 3 1 H114 X X Z K ' XX Y 3 W "QI I , , awp WV l eg , Y W' A GSW ' c.Azg5L P g Fxffy I' Althoff. Harry Amos. llerlxert Bahr, Robert Barnett, Billy Baker. Edward Burnett. llarolfl llarrow, Harold Bzitoinun. Paul Be-uk, llurry Blau-li. Kenneth liorgvrs, .lohn Ilorgsmiller. Billy Bourlvt. Robert Brannon, l,ill1urn Brush. .lohn liurkm-y, Wayne dutulier, Alden lhuvlier, Earl Iliitvln-r. George Buxton, Harold Czilzuiflro. .losoph tiliznnlwrs, .lflugone Vox, EIIQIOIIC llullis, llon Iluvis, .lolm L. Iiixou. Ray lutlwrtou, Elnier SOPHOMORE BOYS Evans. Ivan Dean Finke. Wallace Flatt, Arthur Gant, John Gainer, Glenn Glasser, Ghus. Graeff. Eugene Gregory, Uarol Griflin, David Gritiin, Thomas Hurn, lflciward ll:n'vey. .lohn Wayne llclwig, Chas. lmhoff. Earl Korloy, James Koenig. George Lul'lzn1t, Clarence Lvllllltlll, Bill Lester, Lawrence l.ooS, Billie Loy, VVilliam MvRoy, Norman Mac-lin, Willis Dean Munson, George Puutler, Daniel Pelzor. Joe l'imlott,. Walter Page Fifty-tw Potter, Dale Ragsdale. Warren Reeder. Charles Reifsnider, Uharles Rhodes, Herbert Rhodes, Keith Riggio, Vito Russell. Louis Schumaker, Nealy Schuster, lVlyron Sickler, t'liarles Smith. Felix Smith, Grover Steele, Billie Stevens, Kent Summers, Ray XVahl. Robert Nvliitzxcre, Maurice Vt ilcox. Glenn VVillizuns, Billie VVilliams, Ross VVright, Cliurles Vtlright, Tommy Ziegler, Elmer Ragle, John Alloy, Andrey Anderson, Margaret Arbeiter, Margaret Bantel. Betty Bjick, Jacqueline lirouillette, Norine Cochran, Mary Collier, .lean Comte. Julia Elizabeth Cooper. Juanita Cooger. Sara Lou Cottonaro, Josephine Davis, Dorothy Derickxon. Nina De-Witt, Frances Drueke, Frances Erdmann. Florine Erdmann, Lorine Evans, Doris Frazier, Thelma Frazier, Vehna Garner, Alice Marie Garner. Mary Gilmore, Flarrissa Golliher, Hannah tlramme-r. Ellen Marie Gray. Virginia tlremmels, Hilma SOPHOMORE GIRLS Hamilton, Esther Hanson. Susie Harvey. Virginia Hassebrock. Arlene Henry. Virginia Lee Higgins, Fay Holden, Imogene Hunt, Pearlie Huppert, Freida Johnson, Joann Johnson, Vera King, Helen Frances Kraft. Pauline Kueffner. Dorothy Lipe. Gladys Lockos, Mary Loos, Patricia Manson, Doris Marshall. Lena Mae Martin, Dorothy Melton, Hortense Miller, Kathleen Modglin. Una Murphy, Bettyllou Nethert-ott, Sarah Parker, Kathryn Parker, Mary Elizabeth Pate, Wanda Page Fifty-thr Perry, Margaret, Pigott, Virginia Ragle. Virginia Ralph, Alene Reeder. Naomi Reggio, Anna Mae- Reiman, Dorothy Reynolds, Zita Fern Roberts. Rose Rogers, Mary Roscher, Dorothea Rowald, Ferne Scott, Pauline Small, Imogene Smith. Dorothy Summers, Vienna Thompson, Almira Tonner, Margaret Lee Vastine, Mary Edna Vtlade, Kattie Belle Walker, Marguerite Vi anstreet, Wilma VVeber. Ruby VVill. Maxine VVoodward, Delnova XVright. Mary Elizabeth Bray, Wilma Edwarfls, Ellynjane SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY In September, 1935, a great number of new words entered the dic- tionary of Murphysboro Township High School. Each word had its own meaning. use, and punctuation. Some were more difficult and had more extensive meanings. Some also were to be used in more difficult phrases. In the phrase of our first year Elmer Ziegler was chosen as subject noun, Betty Wright as predicate noun, and Wilma Wanstreet as predicate verb. Mr. Higgins was chosen as counsel for these new words. Following a vacation of three months, most of these words retained their properties and returned to their work. Only a few became obsolete and were no longer available for use. In the phrase of our second year Frances Drueke was chosen as sub- ject noun, Betty Bantel as predicate noun, and Charles Helwig as predicate verb. These words utilized their abilities in office work and library work. They displayed their talents on volunteer and other assembly programs. When honor cards were distributed, these words were extraordinarily represented. These words will soon have finished one half their years at high school. They will probably accomplish many more things in their next two years at M. T. H. S. -Arlene Hassebrock 9 Page Fifty-four FFQSDZWQQ ' 75.1 we fn-Q., I y QM god? wxf I sf L II ra. HHN Aissi, Uhus. Argos. Tnllis links-r, llonald lhiroiw, Tom llnskin. XX ilbnr l+!vrklni,ulor, Ke-llmfth lioyc-0. .lay Bray, Paul linrlwy, Vlnfstm' t':ilundro, l'anl Ulonients. Woodrow Follins. Billy f'0lllll', Floyd Cointv, Lloyd Connolly, .lurk l'risle-V, Billy llunm, llill Ilrmlkv, Wm. Elliott, Vlydo Ellis, Furl lflvuns. .laxinos Fitzgc-1'zilml, Robert Grogory, Lorin llnnnal, Roy FRESHMAN BOYS Hanson, Homer lloilnmn. John lleininger. Fred Henry, Billy lmhoff. Bobby .iillli-'S, Billy Jvnkins, Billy Johnston, George T. Jones. Billy R. Jones. Jimmie Koenig, Harold Line, Loo Lockos. Gvorge Lorontz. Woodrow Lnke, Paul Mcl'lnro, Seth Mm-l+llnmrry, Ben Molloy. Billie Melvin, Robert Modglin. John Morford, Thurman Parrish, George Piltv, Robert Pnllis, George Page Fifty-six R9iIllElll. Frank Rice. Harold Roche, Billy Rodman, Roy Saylor, Bnrrel Scholle. Louis Smith. Harold Smith, Robert. Snyder, Lev Spuracio, Sammy Tucker, Billy Venegoni, John Vincent. CilPStf'I' XV2lik6l'. Leroy VVzxll9r, Glvnn Xvllfiilik, Obie XYZISIIIPV, Henry VVhite, Sanmol XVilliams, Cecil NVodi1-ka, Billy Fook, XVilluI'd Bell, John Stokos. Don Bahr, Louis Allin. Louise Allen. Geneva Argos, l'lll'iSIlllfl Atkins. Allllll'llll Ilulsalno, lW1ll'g21l'9t Bittner. Ht'lll2lll l3l2lllkillSlllll, Betty Brouillette, Mzll'g.fzll'et. lillllilf, Betty Durkey, Kathleen f'Zll'IPl', Geneva t'llulnherlaill. Dorothy Ullzllllllf-l'lzlill, Mzlry Fox, D0l'iS f'lllllllllllS, Eunice Dailey. Eilene Duniel, Roselllary Ellis, Joy ElhPl'l0ll, Betty Frllnza. .luzlllitu Glllll0l'l", Mildred Gillooly, Mary Gollon. Sarah Louise G00tlWill. Lillie B. Grain. Phyllis llull. Uleora FRESHMAN GIRLS llall'l'is, Berllarline Harris, Jililll Hartzel. D0l'0t,hy Harvey, Willifred Hicks, Margie Holliday, Virginia. Hllllllll, LIICPIIIIB Huppert. Beulah lhle, Willldil Nell Jacobs, Nlzlrgie .llllle Jenkins, Doris Jones, Betty .ANU Jones, Muriel Kelley, Rose Catherine Kupferer, Lucille Loekeby, Mary slice Lollgwell, Gerzllllille Loy, Mary Miller. Geraldine Miller. Gl6llll0l'Ei, Moore, Rollertzl, Myers, Georgia Oakes, Alice Marie Pilflllley. Dorothy Pate, M2ll'SIill'9t Pt-'lll'0d, Prully 9' Page Fifty-seven Perry. Cherie Pl!-'l'0Il. Mary Eli-:llol l Pierson. Uilllll-'l'lllH Potter, Vlilllfltlilll Reed, Eileen Riggs, Jllllt' 1i0b6l'tSOIl, Marie Robinson, Dorothy Seibel, Virginia Thomas, Detty Tindnll. Mary June Todd, Hester Tlllllt-'l', Lila Lee V2ll'lllllll, Jllllt' VVallel'. Allllil VVElllStl'l-Wil. ROS0l1lfll"Y VVarll. Vhrestu XVlleutley, .lustille VVllite. Geruldille XX illizlllls, Eileen vVlll2lllS. lNlal'ga,l'el, XAYOVIIIPII, Louise XVI'i1.!ht. Nlilldllkl Fay ZlllllllPl'lll2lll, JQIIIPI. ."IZi'-f"I1 FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY It's Swingtime in America! After the war it was jazztime, after the boom it was croontime. And now, after the depression, it's Swingtimel With the coming of swingtime came the Freshman class of 1936-37. Scoffed at by upper classmen in the beginning of the term, the class, like swingtime, has finally achieved fame. Swingtirne is "tops," and so is the Freshman class. Many of our number have made themselves known in sports. The class has joined all the clubs possible. It has taken part in programs of various sorts. And last, and most important of all, it has proved to be "tops" in schoolwork. Many have been frightened by those bug-a-boos, General Science, and Latin, and many have rolled their eyes and heaved great sighs over Al- gebra and English, but the Class came through with flying colors. By participation in all school activities, the Freshman Class has pushed its way forward. It has earned for itself a place of respect in the school. Swing music is "dynamite with control" and that is just what the Freshman Class is, and always will be. Each player playing a piece of his own idea and putting all the "pep" he can into it, has created swing music. Each member of the Freshman Class, expressing his own. ideas and putting his whole heart and soul into his work. has made the Freshman Class what it is. The Class will keep on rising. But when it finally becomes an upper class, it will do all it can to help the coming ones who will fill its place. This class knows what it is to worry about the exams, so it will try and reassure the coming classes that school is swell, and the studies are not half as bad as they seem. Keep up your present speed, Class, forge ahead, and some day become a great success. So, swing it, Freshman! -Martha Fay Wright Page Fifty-eight 6 ll 9 ,ii . .5 'HRT'-x , '. ' f" , -r . , , Ki f is rm, u , ' A J. 1 ug.-1.-fxgal WF ,.-, . . lin:-1 , M155-gg - ww., '- .. , .5 jf.,.'v . I ' ' "4 Ziff ff" X 5 fr I -M 119' Suggs .1 55.1 Q . 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Y K 'T'l'12fni,.- :,.-'Lic "' "f2-HN , qw? ,. , ft, :ff ,..LL....'.:5','e5,tf - , X -,3,.!.1.w :V ,. Q -' .- 1'x.hJf ing-N. h V QM, - 1, . S 1' r if-:"..A- s - M- + Q- f 4 vmiafnam' Q ., -1 nys Af- .. f,r:"' Q .1 - iw.. .. x I ... , -win -Aa, ,-1, 1 am. Mk aff- , A-,.-f 64 Ted Shoberg John Graham Dave Vance John Higgins Coaches Graham and Shoberg handled a large squad in football and had a very successful season, winning a large majority of the games, and winning most of them by large scores. With nearly all the players return- ing next year, the chances for another very good season are bright. Coaches Vance and Higgins started basketball very earlyf in the fall, and had a large squad out all winter. The team was very young and most of them inexperienced, but by the end of the season the boys were play- ing some very good ball. They lost more games than they won, but the last six games of the season showed that they will "go places" next year, as there were no seniors on the entire squad. 'Page Sixtv-one Hoffman W. Pimlott Luke Powell ' Humphreys Butchei FOOTBALL WRITE-UP "Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! From the Nicholas Albert Hotel, we bring to you the style music of John Graham and his orchestra, featuring' 'Teddy' Schoberg at the piano. This splendid organization of thirty pieces plays in the Club Craticula. Tonight, Mrs. Graham's little boy, Johnnie, honors the members of his band. who in years past, have made history with the 'Pig-skin'. And now, here is Johnnie himself to take over the program." "Thank you, Buell Luke, thank you! And now, to begin our pro- gram. We present first, this evening, our little German boy, John Hotf- man, singing 'Midnite Blue'. By the way, John, you were captain of M. T. H. S. in '36, were you not? Also, I think you received three major letters and was a member ofnone of the conference teams. Am I right? "Right" , X ' "You played left tackle, hot ?" . "Yes, I did." ' "Thank you, John, and now you 'may sing your song." I KC Next in line is the dashing young Romeo, Bill Melvin. You were quite a man back in '36, were you not-when you played Right Half-Back for old M. T. H. S., made four major letters, and was on the All-Conference team? I believe that's right. 'Thanks A Million', Bill. Page Sixty-two McRoy Manson Melvin J. Smith Bateman Daum Here he comes, ladies and gentlemen, Mrs. Luke's pride and joy, Glenn! You were Right Tackle, I believe, on that great team. We all know you were out there fighting 'every minute of the hour and every hour of the day'. Say, was that a Plug! Here's Teddy playing 'Every Minute of the Hour, Every Hour of the Day'. Next, we come to the King of the Kincaid Hills, Fred Love. He was a member of the squad of '36, playing Left-Tackle. Fred does himself proud by singing 'It's Love in Bloom'. Don't get excited, fiiendsl The gentleman who is trying to edge his way up to the mike is none other than modest Earl Butcher. He was Center and Captain-elect of the '37 team of our Alma Mater, M. T. H. S. The Captain-elect has with him his henchman, none other than Gene Camden, Czar of Twelfth Street. He has his Torrid Trumpet and is lead- ing the boys in 'Twelfth Street Rag'. Gene played Center in '36, and had one more year of service for the dear old school. No, it's not Popeye, and he doesn't like spinach-he is just playful Bill Humphreys. Hewas Left Guard, key man on offense and defense, and still had '37 to play on the team. He wants to sing for us, 'Three O'Clock In the Morning'. Next, we present the three Guardsmen, Paul Jacobs, Willard Powell, and Leland Lockard-all Right Guards, who had still '37 to play. They play, as a saxophone trio, 'When My Baby Smiles At Me', with best re- gards to Ted Louis. Page Sixty-three Lockard Jacob Ozburn Wilcox Wahl Chambers "The scene-a restaurant. How is the dinner, Sir? It's De-Lovely." Yes, you know him, the big man of the squad-Glenn Wilcox. He's the fellow who can and will, if you give him half a chance, eat his own weight in food. He played Righ Tackle in '36 and still had '37 in which to play. He wants to sing 'It's De-Lovely'. Since we have not heard from our two singing Harps as yet, we ask Walter Pimlott and Ray Summers to play 'Rose of Picardy', a swing ar- rangement by Teddy himself. These boys played Right End in '36 and had '37 and '38 to play. Next in line to pass in review, we find our three singing Violins, Charles Pimlott, Eugene Chambers, and Claude Ozburn, playing 'On a Coconut l'sland'. These boys played Left End in '36 and both Claude and Charles have only '37 to play, while Gene has still two more years to go. Heve they come, ladies and gentlemen! Our two bass-men, James Smith and John Daum. They played Quarter back in '36 and had '37 to show off some more. They will now play a novelty number for us-'Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf'. Now here comes our little boy from Monterey. Robert Wahl is his name. With his singing guitar, Bob will give 'Moonlight and Shadows' from the current production of "The Jungle Princess". Bob was Right Half-Back in '36 and, having two more years, was expected to go places. Distinction, ladies and gentlemen, distinction! None other than Paul Bateman and his accordian. He was Fullback in '36 and had one more year to go. Let her rip, Paul! Page Sixty-four Summers C. Pimlott 4 Love Camden Busch K. Smith I E Cx -x Our lower bass section now passes in review. George Manson, the drummer. and Claude McRoy with his Slap Fiddle. These fellows beat time for all the boys. They played Left-Half in '36 and had a year of good playing before them. Loyalty, ladies and gentlemen, Loyalty! The Glee Club now stands as one man to sing 'Hail To The Orange'. The members of this Glee Club ale Bill Hanson, Robert Riggs, Raymond Wilson fthe only retiring man in '36J, Clarence La Plant, Elmer Zeigler, Earl Zimmerman, Robert Mel- vin, and Lawrence Melton. These were the utility men of the '36 squad. We wish them to have the best of luck for their future years in the mag- nificent realm of competitive sports. You have been listening, or dancing fas the case may bel, to the style music of Johnnie Graham and his orchestra, featuring Teddy Shoberg at the piano. It has come to you from the beautiful Craticula Room of the Hotel Nicholas Albert on the Near West Side. It was sponsored by the managers of the '36 squad, Kenneth Smith and Daniel Busch. Your an- nouncer is Buell Luke. This is the Annual Network, Station MTHS. Page Sixty-five L SQUAD AL OTB FO . YV v. V Y f! ,pf ,bw 1 ov 1,5471 Q 4, 4 " ff ---"" 1- 1"' wa 4' 5 X. '5' 'I u 1 , 5' 0' ggwjow :pdf use Y. sm To? 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With every member of the squad coming back next year, great things are looked for during the next basketball season. The record for the season follows in the "lost and found" column. LOST AND FOUND COLUMN Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 44 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 36 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 39 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 18 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 34 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 34 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 27 Lost ---g--- M. T. H. S. .... --25 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 28 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 26 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 40 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 24 Lost Q ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 21 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 28 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 19 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 23 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... 28 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 30 Found ...... M. T. H. S. ...... 51 Lost ....... M. T. H. S. ...... Total Points .... ---598 Gorham ...... ----1'I Vergennes ...... -- - 13 Wolf Lake ....... .... 3 2 West Frankfort - -- - - - -45 Marissa ......... .... 3 0 Chester ....... .... 1 4 Harrisburg --- --- 47 Anna ......... .... 4 5 Harrisburg .... .... 3 6 Marion ...... - - .. 40 Carter ville - - .... 26 Marion ...... - - - 32 Carbondale .... .... 4 1 Anna ............ .... 3 1 West Frankfort --- ----18 Harrisburg ..... .... 2 5 Carbondale .... .... 3 4 Carterville - - .... 25 Sparta .... .... 2 9 Marissa --- --- 40 Opponents - -- 620 Page Sixty-eight 'Qs c Ray Summers Claude Mclioy Charles Held Louis Russell W:-xltor Pimlott James Smith age Sixty-ni e Page Seventy BASKETBALL SQUAD 1936-37 I'1 GJ w 'UE New 2 U1 322 'us CDO .ZW 'pm Us :vsp in 29 NE 'S-e 'SEZ WCS 2? Q0 Bs: R23 .QQ mv: cu E222 P-1 ag? 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' "' ' Q ef' , 42 is f Yicn C-'Mn 009091, POKSI - ' xx, I we ' '5 1 ' 3? A F' f' X. ' kk A f X 08509 a AGN W 4 Q 'C , io? ,is A an 'VJ OW, I Page Seventy-two X X 4 x X JB! Y ,V V5 " ' 5' SQ O l . 109 X N X , E J X - 1- 'XX ,fair iii W XQXA H X4 '--fa! X If 7 X ' I sh ' X X mlm- 5 ,135 X X fi - -6 Q f - KB v x 1, -5231 .1 ,L M4 , w ,M ,x,eV,,. - fl 3 . , , ,L x I , ,", '.,. -' f f -V11 " mffi, " ' ' ' , gy-1.: -3 j - ,Q f '-' fLV,1"'72?G" ' ,Z :V- g glkwfi " .:f.fgy,.3 , i A fn.: f ww -mf umm erlwsv- . -WM mmf +V P 'L .54 1 ,Aint ,W 5 .,k , .-Q A Q-X ,S Wi v P r ea Howard Thrailkill 'Carl Williams MUSIC DEPARTMENT The Music Department of the Murphysboro Township High School has been steadily increasing in size, performance, and prestige in the last seven years, and this year reached new heights when the band won the district contest for the eighth straight year, and placed in second division at the state contest. In the solo contest, Edward Harn achieved the distinction of winning first division with recommendation to the na- tional, the first time a Murphysboro soloist has had this honor. Annamae Fisher placed -in first division in piano, and Quentin Reed and Emily Ruth Barringer placed in second division. This was an excellent showing, and Director Thrailkill is being generally praised as the outstanding band director' of southern Illinois. In the vocal department Carl Williams has been working hard, and although the enrollment is still small, the quality of work done is high, and a larger enrollment in this department is expected next year. Page Seventy-flve e Seventy-six MURPHYSBORO TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL BAND District champions for eight successive years askin, B DBZ I Det! trum Barrow, d Harol rinetg la EST, C h Barrin t Ru mily E 1 I8 flu ntel, 3 yB Sit B bassg l Barnett, Bil drum 3 tor Atkins, Vic Frances bass: Bray, Paul y horn ch Boucher, fren Jack l"llUl d jick, eB Jacki ll rine o cla lt Bigelow, a nice Ja bass: eckman, B Olld aym R 'inetg clar ulia J Homer Cleland, baritone bassoon Peggy Chapman. saxof honeg way, tenor Callo l B 1 0l"I'l hh GHC fr ,-. -,-4 arold Buxton, H Lee Bullar, clarinetg Fisher. Annamae Q FII ane Edwards, french ho arinetg Ellynj r, cl arry Crave H v 6 H ho er, Xylop UD C A ..f Lou Sara saxophone: mte, alto Co beth Za El -.- l, drum 3 Hufnage Bil Harvey, clarinetg fred 3 XVini et ... clarin Hart. Y h Dorot Dell agel. trum HTH H Alfred 91 xophon USB lt Harn, a Edward Det! trum plin, Jo Joan DQU ITU Ill Jones, Bill Jones, clarinet: hryn at K ll lNe SI ai in on, cl ohns Vera .I et clarin Janes, Mabel boneg OTH tr phreys, U1 Bill Hu CD z ..- u .- E5 OJ U ..f GJ C. Z ..- 5 :- -0-F A ... .. 1- cd .- A 5, : .. 9 5 Q E E J: : U : 9' JI vi - - 0 Q P-4 .-. .... ..- m 6 .. : ez: Q .E .E 13' as D-a E 15 '5 L., if ,. 8 Ir? we 5 A In CC ,Q .ci on : o 0 Z 5. E E o P LY as Cl -.-. I-1 cd .- u phoneg Norman XO tenor sa Parker. ry Ma et! rin ller, cla M Kathleen etg Mcfiallg clarin CQTIHH HI' QM et McCall, clarin arcella M arinet cl McBride, O 4-2 -1 CG . .-4 GJ 3 c O-4 'U Z6 : YT' 'S O 4: -E E GJ 5-4 2-4 :J OJ -e O D-4 Q at .. G3 Cd 55 : 2 .. E 9 4. ri A rf ,- C an D-1 w 95 .- 0 :v YN ul +-I CD La E 5 11 +-4 5 .. 0-7 s N D-4 n: CU Q ll G2 .E 5 U bi Q2 ... E 5-4 C5 D-4 5: -C Q-I 9 o Q li an C1 E F .3 bl cv .... E 5- C5 D-4 Rod- Y Ro Robert Riggs. oboe: ce. alto saxophone: Harold Ri pet l'llU1 eeder, t pet 3 John R Reed, trum saxophoneg George Pullis, tromboneg Quentin Nei-lly s Scholle, trumpetg Lou clarinet: -.- lla. Sabe QUE! P Raymond Ruflin. tromboneg oboe a Rollo. rgini mV ogers, dru R Floyd bone IH tro -.-4 man, Robert Weathers. trumpet: Snyder, drumg eele. drumg Candace St Bill bonep trom Smith, Silvey, drumg Grover Jul a Schumaker, tenor saxophoneg if Ea y te flu XYOdicka. Ruth tru npetg Bill XX illiams, IZ trumpe XVilliams, ffl Par horn french y heatley VK QS .Iam neg ey, barito tl hea ne VV Justi major. 1 III Yarborough, d1'1 Mary Frances t, clarinetg YVrigh hy Dorot Saxophoneg soprano right, y W Qtt B umpetg H, tl' odick W JUNIOR BAND Margaret Arbeiter, trumpet, Alburna Atkins, drum, Betty Bullar, clarinetg Wayne Burkey, trumpetg Billy Collins, drum, Juanita Cooper, Huteg Bobby Fitzgerald, clarinet, Mary Gillooly, tiumpetg Virginia Gray, drum, Tom Griffin, drumg John Heilnian, C melody saxophone, Beulah Huppert, french horn, Rose Cathrine Kelly, alto saxophone, Woodrow Lorentz, trumpet, Bill Loy, alto saxophone, Geraldine Miller, trumpetg Alice Marie Oakes, drum, Claude Ozbuin, bass, Robert Piltz, alto saxo- phone: June Riggs, clarinet, Herbert Rhodes, tenor saxophone, Warren Ragsdale. drum, Dorthea Roscher, drum, Robert Smith, trumpet, Burrel Saylor, trumpetg Don Stokes, claiinetg Sammy Sparacio, trombone, Betty Thomas, clarinet. Page Seventy-seven THE CHORUS Front row-left to right-Lila Lee Turner, Wilma Bray, Nell Kath- erine Jones, Evelyn Johnson, Margaret Gremmels, Margaret Pate, and Virginia Spiller. I Middle row-left to right-Katie Belle Wade, Willie Bee Coleman, Joy Ellis, Betty Ann Jones, Gail Rednour, and Ruby Johnson. Top row-left to right-Homer Hanson, Carl Williams Qinstructorl, and John Borgers. Page Seventy-eight u- ' ,gi 1 ,Rf ,K 1 5,1 fl if K 'Wi-ff-ff X bg-'J-.X ,. !,!' 1 naman -,L ,- -,li - 4' 1 . -1--1 ....-:1-- ,g---1 ,4- ,,,, - 1 mint Qlinnnx Page The race for valedictorian and salutatorian is so close this year that the outcome cannot be determined until the final grades are in at the close of school, so it is impossible to publish the pictures of the winners in the annual. The names of those who won high honors and honors during their four years are listed in alphabetical order, and not according to grades. Minute men are those who have been neither absent nor tardy during their four years of high school. 1--1-ii HIGH HONORS Robert Helwig Wanda Ruth Kiel Virginia Rollo Dorothy Wright I u -- HONORS Emily Ruth Barringer Helen Schafer Rosemary Drueke Saralee Shook Eugenia Etherton Dorothy Tonner . Polly Mae McFarland Dolores Wahl Dorothy Welch MINUTE MEN Eugene Aiassi Norman Parmley Dorothy Tonner Margaret Gremmels Ralph Porter Dolores Wahl Dorothy Hauner Virginia Rollo Charles R. Wolff Karl King Helen Schafer fc Page Eighty-one NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The highest scholastic distinction that can be attained by a student at the Murphysboro Township High School is membership in the National Honor Society. This organization, which has chapters in the largest high schools throughout the country, permits membership to only a limited number of Juniors and Seniors each year. A school must belong to the most highly accredited group of schools to have a chapter in the society, and can retain its chapter only if graduates from the school do work of nigh grade in college. The MurphysboroTownship High School has had a chapter of the National Honor Society since 1928. The following students were admitted to the society this year: SENIORS A JUNIORS AVMWHJJK' Ava-rug.. Name Name f:f::..gf. Virginia Rollo 94.8 Bessie Wright 95 Dorothy Wright 94.7 Frank Holloway 94.9 Wanda Ruth Kiel 94-4 Janice Bigelow 94.8 Robert Helwig 93.8 Ruth Wodicka 94.1 Delores Wahl 93-1 Marcenna McCall 94.1 Dorothy Welch 93 Marcella McCall 94.1 Helen Schafer 92.4 Virginia J'ohnston 94 Rosemary Drueke 92.3 Dorothy Hart 93 Polly Mae McFarland 91.1 Robert Riggs 92.5 Saralee Shook 90.9 Constance Elliott 92 Doi othy Tonner 89.8 Dorismae Wood 91.8 Eugenia Etherton 89.7 Margaretann Smith 91.2 Emily Ruth Barringer 89.2 Page Eighty-two THE GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves, first organized here about ten years ago, have gradually grown until this year the membership numbers over one- hundred. The Girl Reserves is an international organization and is af- filiated with the Y. W. C. A. Membership is open to all high school girls. Besides being engaged with philanthropic work in the community, the girls enjoy a social life as well. Numerous parties, teas, and banquets are held throughout the year, the most notable being the Father and Daughter banquet and the Mother and Daughter Banquet. The sponsors of the Girl Reserves are Miss Ruth Berry and liliss Louise Winchell. The officers elected for this year are as follows: ' Dolores Wahl -....................... President Mary J. Richardson .... .... V ice-President Frances Drueke ...... ...... S ecretary Margaret Halpin .... .... T reasurer The cabinet members: Dorothy Tonner -- ..... Social Peggy Will ..... .... S ervice Page Eighty-three THE ANNUAL STAFF 55,5 1 1-ff G f?fW A I I ' ' f -+- filler ----Q 7' Bosmns Hugh- ,W ,w,,.hW-... -,,m..,A,,. L,4,,.f, v- -vm NAM H N '- ls --A-----V-vm -4- ---A-A+ -------- M--jlglw.hc:L --+ ---- f - - v Cfreulaiion ----H W f+- Y-, K,.. ,.-...- 5,.,P 55,9-,-ff --fAf-W---v- In - -T390-h A P- ' V -4--Snap-:hh A 1 Page Eighty-five ...-.--. .1-1- -. 1.-1 ..- - - .- 121 L-.-1 '- JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM 1935-1936 , The Juniors were hosts to the Seniors at the annual Junior-Senior Prom which was held in the school gym May 1, 1936, from 8 until 12 P. M. The gala affair was beneath and surrounded by a setting of multi-colored balloons and lights . Music was furnished by Vince Genovese and his orchestra. Games were available to those not caring to dance. During intermission, refreshments were served. ' Mary J. Richardson Martha Mitchell "TURKEY SWING The annual football banquet given by the Mothers took on the "Swing Time" atmosphere this year by a new feature allowing the towns people to attend. Pretty girls in exotic dresses, heroic lads on their first date Cin some casesj and good music made it a gala affair, but the real inspira- tion of the evening was the speaker, Mr. Wendell Wilson. The banauet took place in the basement of the Centenary Methodist Church at 6:30 o'clock, at which the following sumptuous dinner' was served: MENU Orange and Grapefruit Cocktail Turkey and Dressing Mashed Potatoes Giblet Gravy Peas in Patty Shells Cranberry J'elly Hot Rolls Moulded Fruit Salad Ice Cream Christmas Cookies John Hoffman, 1936 Captain, swung into the after dinner program with words of greeting and appreciation. Captain Hoffman then intro- duced the 1937 Captain-elect Earl Butcher who, after giving us a glimpse into 1937, let Coach Graham take up where he left off. Coach Graham at this time presented the awards-twenty two major and eight minor letters--to the players. - After the presentation of letters, Mr. Nicholas introduced Dr. J. A. Weatherly. It was Dr. Weatherly who introduced the guest speaker of the evening. Mr. Wendell Wilson. Mr. Wilson, an Athletic Director at the University of Illinois gave us many amusing and intimate glimpses of the athletic world. and clearly depicted the true meaning of good sportsmanship as a goal. . The rest of the evening was spent in dancing at the Elks to the Swing Music of Vince Genovese and his Band. 6 Page Eighty-six J' F' c fs 4- ,W v -. 1,--,. Y u- , ,nm -2 ', , ,, . ' , - .fl - FTSQ- . 1,-. --, ':" - --,. -my - A 5 1- , - -, fr"P-1' -. ' x , -- , A " Y' f -.M -. . X' J' 4 - Y' . - , H -1.1 - . V- , ., f , - sw". f.,-frrwa . ' M J ' ""'x+E" ' '5 ' 'K if 'H' 'ff . "A -v,'f"'xf?'-J Q- ' :rvx f 1"-1 'Jr 'ff ' ' A -1, . 1, , u , , , , .-.1 1 v- ,, ,Ab :....,.w v an 'A .g . 1L:,. ' ,25 ' '. ' " " t 9 , Rf. 56 p ' N X " ,, fl... 55.1 ."" "-341: ' -X e5,x'A,i 4 3 'f LV. M3 -I li, , ,MuvP"v 7 -1"tf' 'Lg' '- A A .,-.N , , . ,. ,.,-,,x ,V ,A . y . 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Assembly-last day to change program. N. Y. A. pupils start work. Band plays in assembly. Football season begins. Tickets put on sale. Movies in assembly. Rotary-Lions baseball game. Shoberg, Graham, Berrier, Nicholas, Joyce, Thrailkill, and Dozier take part. First fire drill. ' P Assembly pep meeting. Chester football game. Singing in assembly with slides on the screen. Herrin game. G. R. party. Troubadours from Czechoslovakia. Eldorado game. Basket-ball practice starts. G A Senior primary for class oificers and annual staff. County intsitute-school out for all of us but the teachers. Senior pictures taken for the annual. - - Volunteer program and pep meeting. Anna game. G. A. A. A Assembly-voting explained. Centralia game. Commercial Department makes ballots for straw vote. Straw vote taken-as MTHS goes, so goes the Nation. School closed for High School conference at Champaign. Everyone selling tickets for C'dale game. Assembly and pep meeting. Egyptian Iron Foundry burns. Big pep meeting at Courthouse. Armistice day. C'dale game-very' sad for Murphy. School dismissed in afternoon for Johnston City game. First basketball game-Gorham, here: Thanksgiving vacation. Junior pictures taken for the annual. ic Page Eighty-nine ....2 .-5-2.5. lCI',I.":,""-:.i December 1. Sale of Christmas Seals starts. Advanced typing class gets out 3,000 letters in one week. 2. Annual Staff meeting. 4. Professor Gellermann from C'dale speaks in assembly. Basketball game. Wolf Lake and Vergennes, here. 9. Football Banquet at Centenary Church. 11. Annual Staff meeting. West Frankfort game. 14. Assembly-sketches from play. Senior play. 17. Science Club meeting at Independent Office. 18. Play cast and production staff party. 19. Basketball game-Marissa, there. 21. Science Club party. 22. Basketball game-Chester, here. No school until January 4. Christmas and New Year vacation. January 4. Back in school again. 7. Senior play-returned by request. 9. Assembly. 14. G. R. home group and dramatic group meet. Science Club meeting. 15. Assembly. 16. Basketball game-Marion, here. 21, 22. Semester exams. 26. Refugees arrive-176 quartered in the gym. . 29. Carterville game, there. February 2. Two-Ten Daniel Show. 6. Marion game, there. 11. Senior questionnaires for annual given out. 14 Refugees left. 16. Carbondale game, there. 17. Anna game, here. 19. West Frankfort game, here. 20. Harrisburg game, there. 22. G. R. Father and Daughter Banquet. Assembly-honor cards given out. 23. Carbondale game, here-two overtime periods. jg . Page Ninety 1 vw, rp, ,. , . . gafifr. YJ' 1 'L .5 26. March 4, 12. 17 18. 19. 25, 26. April 15. 23. 30 May 26, 27. 30. 31. Carterville game, here. G. R. program in assembly. Marissa supposed to play game here, but failed to appear. Regional tournament at Sparta. Alex Kent spoke in assembly on Social Security. Group pictures taken for annual. Soloists and band in assembly. New course of study ex- plained. G. R. tea. Mrs. Rockwell talks to Senior Class. Seniors take Knox College tests. Soloists in assembly. No school! ! Teachers attending meeting at Carbondale. District band contest. Rotary Minstrel Show. State band contest. J unior-Senior prom. Junior class play. Final examinations. Baccalaureate. GRADUATION ! ! Page Ninety-one 3 JUNIOR PLAY OF '36 On Thursday night April 16, 1936 the swing concert of the Class of 37 was interrupted for a floor show, "The Gay Deception". This play was a three act farce concerning the Stoll and Moiat fam- ilies, both depression struck. The "deception" begins when Mrs. Candler Stoll receives word from her friend Mrs. Moffat that she is coming for a visit. Mrs. Stoll determined that her friend should not realize her linancial embarrassment forces her husband to pose as Bittles, the Butler, and Virginia, her daughter as the French Maid, Susanne. Mrs. Moffat ar- rives with her son Gerald masquerading as the Chauffeur, Charles. With these complications the play was a mad whirl of hilariously funny inci- dents from beginning to end. Under the able direction of Miss Berry it was considered one of the most successful plays presented by a Junior Class. The cast is as follows: Mrs. Candler Stoll, a society matron - Candler Stoll - - - Virginia Stoll - Lucy, the cook - Mrs. Winston Moffat - Gerald Moffat - - - Ralph Hammond, Virginia's sweetheart - Maxine Densmore - - Claire Colbert - - - Elsa Terry - - Bert Evans - Chubby Swan - - Ellis Atkins - - - Pat O'Flynn, policeman Production Staff: Property Manager - Stage Managers - Director - - Prompter - ge Ninety-two x l - Dorothy Wright - George Rodman - Roxanne Bjick - Irma Saylor - Virginia Rollo - Billie Hufnagel - - Bill Cross Mary J. Richardson - Evalyn Cochran Mary L. Campbell - Charles Wolff - Buell Rolens - Bob Weathers - - Max Keough Martha Mitchell Annajane Holloway . Dolores Wahl fFrank Wolf 1 Glen Luke - - Miss Berry - Margaret Halpin THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY OF '37 With Miss Dixon wielding the baton, the Senior class swung into the "hit of the year" when it presented its second dramatic pioduction, "Growing Pains" to a delighted audience. The curtain opened on a lovely scene, which transferred the audience to a typical Spanish Home on the coast of California. The play was a success due to the untiring efforts of both the cast and Miss Dixon. The stage crew are also to be complimented for the entirely new scenery they constructed which helped make the play a success. The cast is as follows: George McIntyre-- Tlei ry McIntyre- -- Mrs. McIntyre ....... - Professor McIntyre -.... Mrs. Patterson ....... ...... Elsie Patterson .... Prudence ...... Patty ........ Jane .... Miriam --- Vivian -- Brian --- Dutch --- Omar - - - Hal .... - .... - Pete ............ Traffic Officer --- Sophie .......... Ext a boys and girls: Eugenia Etherton .,,.,,.,. - Wilma Love ................... Mary Imogene Schumaker ..... Theresa Born ....... - ...... Susan Parrot -............ Production Staff as follows: Director ............ Stage Crew - -- Electrician ..... P1 operty Crew - -- Publlclty ...............,,,... Eugene Aiassi Rose-mary lDrueke -----Virginia Rollo ---George Rodman Dorothy Welch Mary L. Campbell - -ffff ---- Roxane Bjick ---Dorothy Wright Emily R. Bairinger --------Alice Gardner ----Julia Rose Ihle --Russel Grantham -----Charles Wolff -------Homer Brush ---- Alfred Harnagel -- Robert Weathers ------Buell Rolens -----Irma Saylor ---John E. Moulton --William Hufnagel ------Peter Sabella ---Brad Brouillette ----Lewis Mifflin ---- Miss Dixon ----Glenn Luke Fred Love - ..-.- Max Keough - - ---Dorothy Hauner Saralee Shook ---- Robert Helwig Page Ninety-three 2....E....E.. ..i SENIOR CLASS WILL To the tune of "Goodnight, My Love," we, the class of '37, conclude our Swingtime Follies by presenting the entire cast for the purpose of bequeatlzing our various talents and abilities to our understudies, so that they will be fully prepared to "carry on with the show." EUGENE AIASSI-my dainty Walk to Charles Glasser. EULA ALLEY-my height and blond tresses to Christine Argos. IRMA ALLEY-my baby blue eyes to Thelma Frazier. TONY ARGOS--my prestige in the "Jellybean" to Victor Atkins. EMILY RUTH BARRINGER-my culottes to Virginia Pigott. INEZ BASKIN-by long hair to Fay Higgins. RAYMOND BECKMAN-my sousaphone to Patty Loos. ROXANE BJ ICK-my make-up kit to Velma Frazier. THERESA BORN-my pastime of Hshuckin' punkins" to Mr. Vance. .TACK BOUCHER-my French horn to Willis Maclin. BRADIMORE BROUILLETTE-my long ride to school to Georgia Myers. HOMER BRUSH-My studious appearance to Roy Williamson. MARY LOUISE CAMPBELL-my outside interests to Irene Chancey. ROSEMARY DRUEKE-my success as an actress to my sister. EUGENIA ETHERTON-my position as monitor to 'my beloved sister. ' ANNAMAE FISHER-my love of music to Hilma Gremmels. DAVID FULMER-my job as truck driver to Charles Wright. ALICE GARDNER-my bodacious manner to Phyllis Gram. ROBERT GILLOOLY-my lofty position to Kenneth Berkbigler. VINCENT GILLOOLY-my oifice of president of the Senior class to the Junior who can pat the most backs, shake the most hands, give the most promises, and live over it. RUSSELL GRANTHAM-my appeal to the feminine species to Bill Lehman. SELIA GRAY-my drab name to Sammy White. MARGARET GREMMELS-my meek and modest ways to Peggy Will. MARGARET HALPIN-my ability to look down upon people to Mary K. Anderson. PAULINE HANSON-my activities in gym to Eugenia Evans. ALFRED HARNAGEL-a borrowed Chemistry workbook .to any Junior who can use it. Page Ninety-four P 1' .if 8 DOROTHY HAUNER-my nickname of "Dappy" and my "Uncle Henry Horner" to Harry Beck. ROBERT HELWIG-my place among the girls on the National Honor Society to any fellow who envies me. EDWARD HENRY-my ability to pound the ivories to Bob Melvin. BILLY HUFNAGEL-my drums to the person who can keep time. JULIA ROSE IHLE-my boisterous ways to Virginia Harvey. EVELYN JOHNSON-my uncommon family name to Margaretann Smith. RUBY JOHNSON-my fair complexion to VMargaretann Weber. MAX KEOUGH-my ability to maintain order in the Science Club to Bunky Reed. KARL KING-my stature to Harry Althoif. RUDOLPH KING-my participation in the Five Year Plan to Frank Holloway. ALBERTA LAVELL-my interest in Carbondale to Stella Boly. FRED LOVE-my home in the Kincaids to Charles Helwig. GLENN LUKE-my position as Stage Manager' for the Girl Reserve plays to John Wayne Harvey. POLLY MAE McFARLAND-my dislike for Civics to Maxine Gill- more. LEWIS MIFFLIN-my job as paper boy to Bob Bantel. MARTHA MITCHELL-my fur coat to Mary Parker. JOHN MOULTON-my interest in Freshman girls to Rex Bivins. RUTH MYERS-my position on the Annual Staff to anyone who likes to type. ARTHUR NETHERCOTT--my commercial ability to Harry Craver. ALETHA OWENS-my lack of weight to Frances Yarborough. NORMAN PARMLEY-my trumpet to anyone who wants it. SUSAN PARROTT-my love of books to Betty Bantel. JACK PIERON-my interest in Carterville girls to "Blowt0rch" Humphreys. RALPH PORTER-my interest in Chemistry to David Higgins. FOREST POTTER-my "Woody" name to Doris Wood. GAIL REDNOUR-my gracious manner to Joan Joplin. JOHN REEDER-my case of sleeping sickness in History class to George Rodman. ' RICHARD ROBERTS-my reversible name to Mozelle Harry. 9 Page Ninety-five 53' ' 4' ANNABELLE ROLAND-my line of "gab" to Dorothy Lester. VIRGINIA ROLLO-my giggle to Frances Brown. PETE SABELLA-my exclusive place in Shorthand to any fellow who thinks he is capable of coping with a roomful of women. PAULINE SAVITZ-my assistance to Miss Winchell to Frances Schoenberger. HELEN SCHAFER-my miie finger to Lavern Ward. FREETTA SCHIMPF-my German name to Bob Boudet. KENNETH SMITH-my place as manager to Dan Busch. , CANDACE SNYDER-my interest in class officers to Beulah Berk- bigler. f DOROTHY TON NER-my quiet and sophisticated manner to Betty Ann Jones. - VIRGINIA TUTHILL-my red belt to Sibyle Robinson. DOLORES WAHL-my interest in the football team to Jackie Bjick. ROBERT WEATHERS-my interest in Sophomore 'girls to John Edward Bell. PAUL WEBER-my way with the women to Tommy Wright. DOROTHY WELCH-my nickname of "Peanut" to any little squirt who wants it. JAMES WHEATLEY-my French horn to Ellynjane Edwards. THELMA WILL-my high-heeled slippers' to Constance Elliot. VIRGINIA WILL-my ability to ride a bicycle to Geraldine McBride. CHARLES WOLFF-I'm taking everything along. FRANK WOLFE-my bus to the person who can buy gas for it. DOROTHY WRIGHT-my glow of youth to Margie Jacobs. RAYMOND ZINK--my position at the foot of every class to Mary Ellen Akin. X SARALEE SHOOK, WILMA LOVE, MARY J EANETTE RICHARD- SON, WANDA RUTH KIEL, and BUELL ROLENS-our dear Assassination Squad to five students who will be Seniors when Cairo suffers its next flood. Q 2 Page Nlnety-six . " f 'f 'f -M ei . f 1 .1 . .L 4, I ff.. ,se 7 . , -wt i , Y , .4-u I PROPHECY "Fie! So you rob the baby's bank, How can you do it! Fie! So you starve the gold fish tank, A Reunion -4 I knew it !" - -President Gillooly It is June of the year 1957. In the front of the site where the Logan Hotel formerly was located, flashes a neon sign, "Reunion of Class of '37 of M. T. H. S. at the Swing Inn". On a streamline train from the East, the following classmates dis- covered each other, and great was the chatter and boasting as each re- called former days and his present occupation. Eula Alley, who is a movie actress in Hollywood and has just re- turned from a trip abroad. Tony Argos, who boasts the discovery of a renovation in "Jelly Beans"g Tony has a trailer with even a dance floor. Eugene Aiassi laughingly tells us that he has found a remedy for "growing pains". Inez Baskin, who is a Girl Scout Adviser in Maine. Roxanne Bjick tells us about the celebration of her tenth wedding anniversary. Roxanne hooked a millionaire. Annamae Fisher is the leader of an all-girl orchestra in New York, which features: Alice Gardner, the famous ballet dancer. Don't tell any one, but Alice still wears size 10 dresses. Jack Boucher is still silent but accomplishing things. Robert Gillooly-we hear that his will contains a charitable clause, providing for the grand prize in the new stork derby, which will be held in Canada. Doctor Selia Gray specializes in infant dentistry. - Margaret Gremmels is a noble social worker. Pauline Hanson is the private secretary to the President. We knew - she'd get to the top, didn't we Alfred Harnagel, the famous sleuth has just completed the thrilling adventure of finding the missing link, it was in his famous managerie all the while. Dorothy Hauner has been resting at her Florida home since she swam the English Channel in 1943. Edward Henry, after designing a new "Spinning Wheel", is working on sketches of a new Supreme Court building. Here we are in Murphysboro. We hear that an airplane has just arrived with more classmates. Russell Grantham is the pilotg he's al- ways up in the air nowadays. Eugenia Etherton is the air hostess. The passengers are: Ruth Myers, who directs the Aamateur Hour organized by Major Bowes. fBoy, does she give them the gongli. Evelyn Johnson, another Radio star who takes Mary Livingston's place on the Jello program. Ruby Johnson, dietician in the Kill 'Em Quick Hospital. Julia Rose Ihle, now posing for magazine cover pictures. Wanda Ruth Kiel, a great research chemist. . Rudolph King, who just returned from Africa, he brough several in- teresting specimens for the Murphysboro Zoo. I To . H A7 Page 'Ninety-seven f-,.,,, -sr .nur .1131 .1 Alberta Lavell, a physical education instructor. Wilma Love, the poet we've heard so much about lately. Wilma re- cently caused a big scandal by dedicating a poem to the richest man in America, and signing it "Love, Wilma". John Moulton, the measuring representative for the Rip and Tear Clothing Co. . ' Arthur Nethercott has reached the top-he is now the champion fiag pole sitter. As we enter the lobby of "Swing Inn", who should be the clerk to greet us but the happy-go-lucky Lewis Mifflin. We ask to see the register and rejoice to see the following have arrived: Irma Alley, Dean of Women at the University of Illinois. Emily Ruth Barringer, a journalist in New York City. Raymond Beckman, a piano mover-and after all that strenuous practice with the sousaphone. . Theresa Born, famous author, has just completed the "Autobiography of a Love Counselor". Bradmore Brouillette, who drives a school bus for all the kiddies from the "Bottoms". Homer Brush, who is the world's champion carrot eater-it's gone to his head. Mary Louise Campbell, who has just taken Zasu Pitts' place on the Silver Screen. David Fulmer, the salesman. He is the leading competitor of the Fuller Brush Company, selling his handmade Fulmer Brushes. Max Keough, the famous "Maker-upper", and successor to Max Factor. -' Robert Helwig, who edits the "Illiterate Digest". Saralee Shook, who is now a missionary in South Africa. She re- ceived a special leave of absence just to be here today. Aletha Owens, who has taken Sally Rand's place in the entertain- ment world. Norman Parmley, the editor of "True Romance". He has just com- pleted his "Autobiography of a Romeo". He says he got his romantic start at dear old M. T. H. S. A Virginia Rollo, the Metropolitan Opera star. She leaves America next week to sing for the Prince of Wales and to complete her concert tour of Europe. Ralph Porter, who just won the Irish Sweepstakes. He made a tour of the East, visiting all the night spots. tHe says he knows all about "them thar gold shovelers" nowl. Fl. Cail Rednour, the toast of Broadway for her performance in "Butter ies '. And now it's time for the dinner-dance in the "Midnight Blue Ball Room" where we dance to the music of Johnny Reeder and his Primers, geatuging crooner-drummer Billy Hufnagel. Here we greet our other old rien s: ' Karl King, bookkeeper for the General Store in Finney. Margaret Halpin, whose extensive travels have been a main topic of conversation at the Reunion. Polly Mae McFarland, who has just completed a lecture tour. Her topic was "Bicycles and the Advance of Civilization". Page Ninety-eight FY' K ,. .Q Q , P.. Fred Love and Glenn Luke, the two most sought-after stage man- agers iii' Hollywood. Their laborious efforts in G. R. plays were not in vain. Martha Mitchell, who's still talking about her military wedding. Susan Parrott, our "Gay Divorcee"-after five trips to Reno, she still likes the little city of sunshine and lawyers. Senator Jack Pieron is being very congenial with the ladies. Forest Potter-radio announcer for the Bakers of America. He tells us this week's special is "Hot Cross" Buns. Mary Janette Richardson, dress buyer who has just returned from a tour in Europe. She started the fad for ladies to wear Turkish headgear. Richard Roberts-still pursuing the life of a scholar. He thinks he has figured out Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Annabel Roland, who has given up tennis playing to .design sport clothes, after winning the world championship in the Olympics. Buell Rolens-he's running a. successful Dating Bureau. His motto is "Be popular, even if you are an Englishman". His clients are able to recognize each other by wearing a green carnation. He is known by his green tie and English accent. Dorothy Welch, now president of the "U-need-a Peanut" Company. Peter Sabella is her capable private secretary. Pauline Savitz, who has turned down several matrimonial proposals, it is rumored, and joined the Salvation Army. She just couldn't resist those cute little bonnets. Helen Schafer, high up in the business. world-she's on the 35th iloor of the Empire State Building selling petticoats and other antiques. Freetta Schimpf-trapeze performer with Barnum and Bailey. A Kenneth Smith, Broadway's foremost play boy and polo star. W Candace Snyder is the proprietor of a candy kitchen. "Candace ,Gbpdiesv are becoming very popular. .j ,Dorothy Tonner-hostess at the model home at Famous-Barr Com- Dany- Virginia Tuthill-cosmetician in Chicago. Dolores Wah-l-football coach at Knox College. Robert Weathers, who has taken the place of Flo Ziegfield in the popular entertainments field. His latest hit is "Okie-Dokie, Annie", star- ring Virginia Will, who is in great demand just now. Paul Weber-one-time football hero of the Michigan grid team. James Wheatley has invented a new never-fail alarm clock. Thelma Will-G-Woman, known as the "Blond Menace" to the Un- derworld. z - H Frank Wolfe-travelling magazine salesman, working his way thru co ege. Charles Wolff-has put a side car on his bicycle and' is teaching Junior the technique of delivering papers. Raymond Zink, successor to Sir Malcolm Campbell, the "Dare-devil". 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1945

Murphysboro High School - Crimson and Corn Yearbook (Murphysboro, IL) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

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