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

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Page Three FOREWORD These pages of the 1938'edition of Crimson and Corn represent an effort on the part of the annual staff to portray both editorially and piotorially the student life at M. T. H. S. lVe have hoped to preserve forthe future, mem- ories, which though vivid now, are likely to fade with the passing years. is We have used such illustrations as have seemed most likely to preserve those memories. The thoughts are ours-the verdict yours. , 4 THE ANNUAL STAFF. uv'.".".".''."."C".''UNO''CWC''O"l"O"O"lvO''OHO"UvO'H0001Q'll'l"O"O"l'vOlO0OwIvQ"O".0'.'llvlllI0l Page Four 2 z Z Q. Q i 'l' 2 2 i 4 Q 'T Q 2 e z 5 3 2 B --no ...gn -0-0' 'OGC' 'OMOUOWO' E04- 39 f ln .5 T4 ff? AG . . .4 5 2 LS E sf' .Sf B YARD GF EDUCATIO MURPHYSROR0 TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL AIVGVST WIl.l.l E- L' BEXQINI EARL RULLU Prosirlont mslcvu BOliGSMII,l.Eli A. B. STOELZLE DR- N- li- Nfl SPCl'Pf2lI'Y Page Seven 'Ili ALBERT NICHOLAS Principal A. B. M. A. ' Page Eight FACULTY LEOLA UEFKER A. B. t'o1un1v1'c'inl HARRY VVILSON B. S. Science RUTH BERRY IS. Ed. Engzlisll. Ulllfhillg MARY PETITTI A. B. Tyring DORIS DIXSON A. IX. English. IVl2llh1'lllillil'S, Ilrzmlzl V N 0 .lf .IEW ELL BERRIER STEPHEN DOZ B. Ed. English Page Nine IER A. B. English FACULTY . A l RACHAEL KETTERING PAULINE WILLIAMS B. S. A. B. B. S. Biolowy Home Management, ,, Physical Education JOHN SABINE DAVE VANCE JOHN N. HIGGJNS B. Ed. A. B., B. S. M. S. MHUIQIIHIUCS History Biology, Physical Education DOROTHEA KUNZE THEODORE SHOBERG B.Ed A,R Lilllll, Tylllllg 11. I-listory Page Ten FACULTY HOWARD THRAILKILL MAPLE JOYCE B. Ed. B. S. Music Manual Training ANNA TAGGART ILEAN GARDNER KTLIFFIE STEWART A. B. M. A. ' Secretary Librarian Latin, Assistant Prinrfinal WALTER BOCK B. Ed. Mechanical Drawing, Music Page Eleven CANDID SHOTS OF THE FACULTY 1. Miss Dixsong 2. Miz Vzmceg 3. Mi: Thrailkillg 4. Mr. Wilson: 5. Miss '1'z1gga1'tg 6. Miss Stcwartg 7. Miss Ucckezg 8. Misses Berry md K0tt,u1'iiigg 9. M ix .Ioycmy P an g e T w e I v e USYFEFEH QQ f .F 0, J ,, W Q! SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Four years ago our class, the largest in the history of the school, began our high school career as traditional "Green Freshmen." Al- though new in the business, we came through that first year with flying colors, only a few of our numbersuccumbing to the semester exams. As officers for the year, we chose Bill Hanson as President, Dorothy Bastien as Vice President, and Bessie Wright as Secretary-Treasurer. Our second year was a very successful one in which, supported by Frank Holloway, Dan Busch, Dorothy Hart, and Bob Dawling, we showed our true worth in all activities such as Band, Football, Basket- ball, etc. We began the third year in full stride, making it outstanding by producing one of the most colorful and original plays ever presented in M. Ti H. S. auditorium, "A Rose O'Plymouth Town." Through the help of our officers, Constance Elliott, Dan Busch, Frank Hollo- way, Doris Wood, and Ruth Wodicka, we conducted a profitable year of candy sales and sponsored the annual J unior-Senior Prom. V The last-and the one nearest our hearts-our Senior year, has come only too quickly. To guide us through the last year at M. T. H. S. we selected James Smith, Tommy Keough, and Charles Held. This year we have missed the helpful guidance of Mr. Williams, our sponsor for three years, but we have carried on through the assistance of Mr. VVilson. Our second stage production, "The Ghost Flies South", has passed into a glorious memory. We are now pushing eagerly toward the Prom, and soon after, Graduation. In June, as we pass through the portals of M. T. H. S., we may say to all former and future graduates, "We have fought a good fight, we have finished our course, we have kept the faith." Dorothy Hart. Page Fourteen JAMES SMITH THOMAS KEOUGH CHARLES HELD ARKIE LEE PRATT DORIS WOOD JOAN JOPLIN DONALD WILLIAMS ARDELL SMITH BILL HANSON EILEEN GHOLSON PEGGY CHAPMAN RUTH HEILMAN Page Fifteen Page Sixteen CONSTANCE ELLIOTT VIRGINIA JOHNSTON NELL K. JONES DAN BUSCH DAVID HIGGINS ALBERT NAUSLEY HORTENSE ARBEITER MARY E. BAKER EUGENIA EVANS LELAND LOCKARD FRANK HOLLOWAY BILL CROSS HARRY CRAVER BOB RIGGS QUENTIN REED MARCENNA MC CALL PEGGV WILL MARCELLA MCCALL CLAUDE OZBURN GEORGE RODMAN JAMES MC ROY MARGARETANN SMITH JULE DAVIS IRENE CHANCEY Page Seventeen ge Eighteen STELLA BOLY FRANCES BROWN MAXINE GILLMORE AKDELL SCHUSTER PF RM WILLIAMS ALPHONSE STFZOBL f ' , 1 ,I 'U ff .ry -fy '. 1 bl A 1 IN , , 5 L onoxubi-1 RJQCIQQX V553 219 Jafskihs ROBINQON n ,I A JANICi!?jGyELON JAMES CRIPPS I BILL HUMPHREYS S CLAUDE MC-ROY FRANK BEAN REX BIVINS BOB BANTEL ALICE PLATER ESTHER MAE BRADLEY MARY J. ROBINSON JOHN DAUM LEON BAIN JOHN BATSON MARY BALSANO HAZEL LACKEY GERALDINE HARDIN ge Ninete Page Twenty HELEN WORTHEN HELEN WRIGHT HELEN STEARNS QUENTIN HUMM HARRY LAVELL EUGENE JONES MARY ELLEN AKIN ELIZABETH SHEMWELL LAURA MAE BURTON FLOYD ROGERS ROBERT MOESER LAVERN WILLIAMS JOHN THOMAS KING JOHN ISOM GENE CAMDEN OLLIE MAE WAYMAN RUTH WODICKA DOROTHY HART MYRON COCHRAN CARL GOLA BILLY CALLOWAY MOZELLE HARRY F. SCHOENBERGER MELBA ROSE CROSS Page Twenty-one Page Twenty-two MARY KATHLEEN HAFER MARY K. ANDERSON JULIA SILVEY JIMMY CLELAND RAY ZIMMERMAN MARVIN CRISLER MARGARETANN WEBER HUGHETTA TIPPETT DOROTHEA SMITH EDWARD CRISLER PETE MONTESANTO GEORGE PEN ROD J MABEL JANES ELLA STEVENSON BEULAH BERKBIGLER LEONETA BORGERS RACHEL WISELY GERALDINE MC BRIDE MARJORIE HINES BERTHA SCHULTZ DELORAS WOODWARD , 1 n,,,ff . If' 1. I I Page Twenty-three J VELMA WIESENBACH FRANCES LEE BULLAR DOROTHY MILLER OLGA ARGOS Page Twenty-four ,fx ,HX v QS' J xt' .. 1 , Q, J X' Y J X 3' f , N. xj XFKUY' ESSIE ROBINSON WILLIE BEE COLEMAN, ARLILLlAN FREEMAN I :X my 'J . ., fl X1 Y H '-" A . J x AJ ' w x ,." 1" K ' 1' J' ' H ."' - P WJ , r , K ,, . 'J ' 'Q X 1 1 yx x I X - , ' ' 1 X if r x ,I Y x r X 'fc M ' x w rl 1 , . Ln V .X K .1- K! 4 X ' 1 1 ' x Page Twenty-H15 A RACKWARD GLANCE I,+1I't to right: G. W. llilflllliill. the Mc-Falls, MHi'221I'Gf2lllll Smith, Margaret A1111 VVeIw1', Mary IC. Bz1k01'. Jimmy Smith. Gene Cz1111d911, R11t,l1 11 odicka, OUR TWINS Fay l3:111ts1l Lloyd Comte Velma Frazier Hay 1341111411 Lorine E1'd111:1n Tlieliua Frazier Imoyci UOIIIIP Flr11'i11e1 E1'd111z111 Ma11'ce1111u McCall lNIll!'Ct21l2l McCall Page Twenty-six WH O'S WH 0 IN THE 1938 SENIOR CLASS MARY ELLEN AKIN Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1. 2, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Class Honors 1, 2. MARY KATHLEEN ANDERSON-Nickname: "Baby"' "Mickey" Latin Club 1, 2: Girl Re erves 1: Class 'Honors 2. HORTENSE ARBEITER-Nickname: "Horsle" Latin Club 2: Junior Play Production Staff: Volunteer Club 4: Class Honors 1, 2, 3. OLGA ARGOS-Nickname: "Ogie" Latin Club 2: Junior Play Production Staff: Volunteer Club 4: Class Honors 1, 2, 3. , MARY ELIZABETH BAKER-Nickname: "Baker" Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1: Volunteer Club 4: Class Honors 1. MARY BALSAN-O A Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1: Volunteer Club 4: Class Honors 1. ROBERT F. 'BANTEL-Nickname: "Bobby" Science Club 4: Junior Play Production Staff: Glee Club 1: Senior Play Cast "The Ghost Flies South." .. JOHN D. BATSON-Nickname: "Baby Face" Latin Club 1, 2: Class Honors 1, 2,-3. FRANK BEAN-Nickname: "Junior" Science Club 4: Latin Club 1: Class Honors 1, 2. BEULAH BERKBIGLER-Nickname: "Berk" Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2,31 Class Honors 1. JANICE BIGELOW-Nickname: "Pickle" Band 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Junior Play 32 Volunteer Club 4: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4: High Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor-Society 3, 4: Solo Contest 2, 3: Orchestra 1. REX BIVINS ' Science Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Class Honors 1, 2, 3: Honors 1. STELLA BOLY-Nickname! "B0ly", "Stel", "Squlrtle" Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Volunteer Club 4: Assembly Programs-1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Class Honors 1, 2, 3: Honors 4: Yell Leader 3, 4: Gym 2, 3, 4. FRANCES BROWN Gym 1, 2: North Division High School, Milwaukee Wisconsin. FRANCES LEE BULLAR-Nickname: "Frannle" Band 2, 3, 4: Junior Band 1: Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Cast "The Ghost Flies South". Page Twenty-su van aflf.-.. ---H ------- - LAURA MAE BURTON-Nickname: "Laurie" Bandf25 Junior Band 15 Latin Club 25 Class Honors 1, 2, 3. DAN BUSCH-Nickname: "Swampy", "Tombstone", "Daniel Q" Sophomore Class Vice President5 Junior Class Vice President5 Minor Football Letter 35 Major Letter 45 Junior Band 25 Science Club 3, 45 Business Manager Of Annual Staff5 Assembly Programs 35 Class Honors 35 Science Club Vice President: Assistant Football and Basket Ball Manager 35 Baseball Manager 35 Football Manager 45 Property Manager "The Ghost .Flies South". , WILLIAM CALLOW'AY-Nickname: "Cab" Band 3, 45 Junior Band 2. IR EN E CHAN'CEY-Nickname: "Renie" Latin Club 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Volunteer Club 45 Assembly Programs 1. 2. 3, 45 Honors 35 Class Honors 1, 2, 35 Gym 3, 4. P EGGY' CHAPM-A N-Nickname: "Peggy" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Band 15 Science 'Club 45 Latin Club 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Honors 1, 2, 3. HOM ER CLELAND-Nickname: "Waldo", "Tiny," "Jim" Band 2, 3, 45 Junior Band 15 Science Club 45 Solo Contest 3. HARRY CRAVER-Nickname: "Harry Bill" Band 2, 3, 45 Junior Band 15 Science Club 3, 45 Science Club Treasurer 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Junior Play5 Annual Staft'5 Art5 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Honors 1, 2, 35 Production Staff "The Ghost Flies South". WILLIE BEE COLEMAN-Nickname: "Bee", "Willie" Latin Club 1, 2, 45 Assembly Programs 1, 25 Glee Club 35 Honors 1, 25 Class Honors 3. JAMES CRIPPS I Science Club 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 45 Annual Staff, Sportsg Honors 1, 25 Reporter and Assistant Football Manager. E MARVIN CRISLER Baseball 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Class Honors 1, 2. BILL CROSS4-Nickname: "Bing" Junior Play. MELBA ROSE CROSS-Nickname: "Toots'f Latin 'Club 1, 25 G. A. A.- 45 Honors 1, 25 Class Honors 1, 2, 3. JOHN DAUM-Nickname: "Ten Yards" Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Volunteers Club 3, 45 Class Honors 1, 2 35 Senior Play Cast "The Ghost Flies South". JULE DAVIS-Nickname: "Julie" A Gym 15 Latin Club 35 G. A. A. 45 Junior Play Production Staff5 Class Honors 1 2, 3. Page Twenty-eight o . -.,,,..,.,,,n,. 1 f- A 3,4 ,y-,gap 814435. g:.tlW?3V-wafg- ' rvvf ' , CONSTANCE ELLIOTT-Nickname: "Connie", "Coots" Junior Class President: Junior Band 1: Science Club 4: Latin Club 2: Girl Re- -serves 3, 4: Junior Play Production Stan: Volunteer Club 4: Honors 1, 2, 3: Class Honors 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Senior Play Cast "The Ghost Flies South": A. S. Ed. EU GENIA EVANS-Nickname: "Jean" Science Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Volunteer 'Club 1, 2: .Class Honors 1, 2, 3. ARLILLIAN FREEMAN-Nickname: "Lilevink" Q Latin Club 1, 2: Volunteer Club 4: Assembly Programs 1, 2: Class Honors 1. ESTHER MAE GARRY-Nickname: "Eppie" Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 2: Junior Play Production Staff. EILEEN GHOLSON--Nickname: "Deanie" Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Assembly Programs 3, 4. CARL GOLA-Nickname: "Goly" Vergennes High School. MARY KATHLEEN HAFER-Nickname: "Hater" Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3: Assembly Program 3: Class Honors 1. BILL HANSON-Nickname: "Bill", "Einstein" Freshman President: Football E, 3: Minor Letter 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Minor - - 1. Letter 2: Science Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Annual,Staff. Sports, Glee Club GERALDINE HARDIN-Nickname: "Gerry" Latin Club 1, Class Honors 1. MOZELLE HARRY Latin -Club 2: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Annual Staff: Art: Class Honors 1, 2. D0 ROTHY H A RT-Nickname: "Dot" Sophomore Class Secretary: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Band 1: Latin' Club 2: G. A. A. 1 2 3, 4: Honors 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Annual Staff: Typist: Assembly Programs , , 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3: Solo Contest 2. , RUTH HEILMAN-Nickname: "Giggles" Junior Play Production Staff: Volunteer Club 2, 3: Assembly Programs 2, 3: Honors 1: Class Honors 2, 3. Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: CHARLES HELD-Nickname: "Heinie" Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer: Basketball Minor Letter 2: Basketball Major Letter 3: Annual Staff: Typist: Class Honors 1, 2. DAVID HIGGINS-Nickname: "Little Dave" Science Club 4. MARJORIE HINES-Nickname: "Marg" Latin Club 1, 2: Volunteer Club 4: Class Honors 1. FRANK HOLLOWAY-Nickname: "Einstein" Sophomore President: Science Club 4: Junior Play 3: Annual Staff Editor: High Honors 1, 2, 4: Honors 1, 3: National Honor Society 3. 4. QUENTIN HUMM Basketball 2: Class Honors 1. Page Twenty-nine' BILL HUMPHREY-Nickname: "Blow Torch" Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 1. JOHN S. ISOM-Nickname: "Slufoot" Science Club 3, 43 Class Honors 1. MABEL JAANHES-Nickname: "Peanuts" Band 2, 3, 43 Latin 'Club 2, 33 Girl Reserves 43 Class Honors 33 Sullivan High SCh00lQ Carruthersville High School, Mo., VIRGINIA LEE JOHNSTON-Nickname: "Jinny" Latin Club 1, 2g G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. President 43 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play3 Volunteer Club 23 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 High Honors 1, 43 Honors 23 Class Honors 33 National Honor Society 33 Senior Play Cast, "The Ghost ,Flies South". EUGENE JONES-Nickname: -'Genes Science, Club 1, Latin Club 13 Glee Club 13 Class Honors 3. Q NELL K-ATHERINE JONES-Nickname: "Wild Nell" Band 2, 3. 4: Junior Band 13 Latin Club 13 Girl Reserves 13 Glee Club 33 Honors 1. JOAN JOPLIN--Nickname: "J0p" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 13 Science Club 43 Latin Club 23 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Playg Volunteer Club 43 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Honors 1, 23 Senior Play Cast "The Ghost Flies South". TOMMY KEOUGH-Nickname: "Ke0ugh" Senior Class Vice President: Football 43 Major Letter 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 13 Science Club 33 Latin Club 13 Junior Play: Assembly Programs 2, 3, 43 Class Honors 2. ' JOHN KING-Nickname: "Johnnie" Science Club 43 Latin Club 23 Glee Club 13 Class Honors 13 Central High School, Evansville, Indiana 2, 3. LELAN D LOCKARD-Nickname: "Peewee" Football Minor 1, 23 Major 3, 43 Basketball Minor 2, 33 Junior Play Production Staff. , ' HAZEL LOCKEY Class Honors 33 Rosiclare, Illinois. GERALDINE McBRlDE-Nickname: "Jerry" Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 13 Latin Club 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. Y MARCELLA MGCALL-Nickname: "Jo" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 12 Annual Staff, Literary Editor: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 High Honors 1, 21 Honors 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4. MA RC.EN NA McCALL-Nickname: "Lu" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Science-Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 13 Literary Editor, Annual Staff: Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 High Honors 1, 2, 3: Honors, 1, 2, 3, 43 -National Honor Society 3, 4. Page Thirty CLAUDE MC ROY-Nickname: "Mac" Football Major Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Minor Letter 1, Major Letter 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Assembly Programs 2, -Clas Honors 1, 2, 3. JAMES MC ROY-Nickname: "Stoop" Typist, Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 3, Honors 1, Class Honors 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY MILLER-Nickname: "Dotsie Boo Boo" Latin Club 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Volunteer Club 4, Class Honors 2, 3. H ROBERT J. MOESER-Nickname: "Bob" Belleville, High School PETE MONTESALNTO Class Honors 1. ALBERT NAUSLEY-Nickname Science Club 3, Junior Play 3, Sullivan Missouri. : RAID., CLAUDE S. OZBURN-Nickname: "Ozzie" Football Major Letter 3, 4, Minor Letter 1, Band 4, Junior Band 3, Latin Club 23 Junior Play Production Staff, Volunteer Club 3, 4, Assembly Program 1. GEORGE 0. PENRO-D-Nickname: "Penny" Band 3, 4, Junior Band 3, Assembly Programs 2, 4. ALICE PLATER-Nickname: "Platter" Latin Club 2, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Assembly Programs 2, 4, Class Honors 1. ARKIE LEE PRATT--Nickname: "Pete" Band 1' Latin Club 1, 2, G. A, A. 2, Girl 'Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Volunteer Club 2, 4, Pl Produc- Assembly Programs 1, 2, 4, Honors 1, 3, Class Honor 2, Senior Class ay tion Staff. QUENTIN REED-Nickname: "Bunky", "Butch", "E1'tein" Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Band 1, Science Club 3, 4, Science Club President 4, Latin Club 3, Annual Staff, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor! 1, 2, 3, -Class Honors 1, 3, Solo Contest 2, 3, Senior Play Cast, 'The Ghost Flies South". ROBERT RIGGS-Nickname: "Bob", "Einstein" Q Football Minor Letter 2, 3, Major Letter 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 41 Latin 'Club 1, 2, Junior Play Production Staff, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4, Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Honors 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Play Production Staff. ESSIE ROBl'N'SONHNickname: "Roy" GEORGE RODMAN-Nickname: "Jeeter", "Phoney Duke" Junior Play, Senior Play, "The Ghost Flies South", Assembly Programs 2. SIBYLE ROBINSON-Nickname: "Onions", "Fllb" Latin Club 1, 2, G. A. A. 3, Class Honors 1, 2, Gym 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCES SCHOENBERGER-Nickname: "Shlnney", "Frankie" Science Club 4, Latin Club 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Honors 1, 2, 3. Page Thirty-one ARDELL SCHUSTER-Nickname: "Ark" Science Club 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Annual Staff, Literary Editor Honors 23 Class Honors 1, 2, 3, 4. BERTHA C. SCHULZ-Nickname: "Bertie", "Bert" Latin Club 23 G. A. A. 2, 33 Typist, Annual Staffj Volunteer Club 2, 33 Assembly Programs 33 Class Honors 1, 2, 3. - ELIZABETH L. SHEMWELL-Nickname: "Liz" Latin Club 13 G. A. A. 23 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 Cla s Honors 1. JULIA SILVEY-Nickname: "Jule", "Judy" Band 3, 43 Junior Band 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Girl Reserves 13 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Honors 1, 2, 3, 4. ARDELL SMITH-Nickname: "Squirtsie" Football Minor Letter 1, 23 Basketball Minor Letter 1, 23 Assembly Programs 1: Class Honors 1, 23 Yell Leader 3, 4. DOROTHEA JUNE SMITH-Nickname: "Junie", "Junior", "Dot", .'Smitty" Class Honors, Herrin High School JAMES SMITH-Nickname: "Jimmy" Senior Class Presidentg Football Minor Letter 13 Major Letter 2, 3, 43 Basketball Minor Letter 13 Major Letter 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 Latin Club 1, 2. MARGARETANN SMITH-Nickname: "Margie", "Shadrock" Band 23 Junior Band 13 Science Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play3 Volunteer Club 43 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 33 Honors 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society 33 Secretary Girl Reserves 23 Senior Play Cast, "The Ghostl Flies South". HELEN LOUISE STEARNS-Nickname: "Louie", "Stearnsie" Science Club 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Volunteer Club 43 Honors 1, 23 Class Honors 1, 3. ELLA STEVENSON-Nickname: "Tweedy" Latin Club 23 Glee Club 13 Class Honors 1, 2, 3. OLLIEMAY WAYMAN-Nickname: "Poochie" Honors 23 Class Honors 33 Latin Club 1. MARGARET ANNl WEBER--Nickname: "Maggie" Latin Club 23 G, A. A. 1. 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Honors 1, 23 Class Honors 33 Gym 1, 2. VELMA WIESENBACH Vergennes High School 1, 23 'McKinley High School of St. Louis 3. PEGGY WILL-Nickname: "Peg" Latin Club 13 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 President G. A. A. 43 Junior Play Production Staffg Volunteer Club 43 Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD WILLIAMS-Nickname: "Don" Baseball 33 Class Honors 2. PA R M WI LLIAMS-Nickname: "Shorty" Baseball 33 Band 2, 3, 43 Science Club 33 Assembly Programs 2, 3, 43 Junior Band 1. Page Thirty-two ' I LAVERN WILLIAMS Class Honors 1. RACHAEL WISELY-Nickname: "Raye" Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1. RUTH WODICKA--Nickname: "Ruthie" Junior Class Secretary: Band 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 23 Annual Staff, Literary Editor: Assembly Programs 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 15 High Honors 2, 3, 45 Honors 1, Zi National Honor Society 33 Solo Contest 2, 3. DORIS WOOD-Nickname: "Goldie", "Blondie" Junior Class Secretary: Latin Club 1, 23 Assembly Programs 1, 23 Volunteer Club 4, Glee Club 1, 23 Honors 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 3. DELORES WOODWARD--Nickname: "Dorie" Band 25 Junior Band 13 Latin Club 13 'Class Honors 1. HELEN WORTHEN Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Volunteer Club 43 Class Honors 13 Orchestra 1. HELEN ELIZABETH WRIGHT-Nickname: "Dizzy" Science Club 45 Latin Club 23 Annual Staff, Volunteer Club 3: Assembly Pro- grams 2g Glee- Club 1, 25 Honors 2, 33 Class Honors 1, 3. RAY ZIMMERM-A-N--Nickname: "Big Zim" Class Honors. Page Thirty-three LIFE ON THE CAMPUS 1 I 1st of the- "XYr1lvvs": 2. 'I'l1m11z1s 211111 11111103 fi, Old 'l'i111e1's1 4. Aw Nuts mhlvsg 6. "1'l1e111" Sfllllfxllll T. Pals: S. Tlw 0:11131 Sb. Visitorsg 10. Has llll Nh 11 lllllllilf lil. Oh! Chl: 121. Sllilll. 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'5 L51 4- "lil-K45'xfPff'l,' :JH-9 A rv 4 1 V, if-2-1V -P, ,f 1 .,,,:, ' wg 1 ' ,,-v -1" " ' , wr X I ,ia-i.'..,s.i.. 5 mw,mi.ii33si ' 'ff-- 1+ 1- Uv 'f 3+ H EDWARD HARN SARA LOU COOPER FRANCES DEWITT KENT STEVENS BOBBY BAHR FRANCES DRUEKE DOROTHY KUEFFNER GEORGE MANSON ROSS WILLIAMS ALICE GARNER ELMIRA THOMPSON EDWARD BAKER BOB BOUDET ELYNJANNE EDW'ARDS VIOLET BALDWIN EUGENE GRAEFF CHARLES REIFSNIDER PAULINE KRAFT DOROTHY DAVIS EARL IMHOFF CHARLES WRIGHT PATRICIA LOOS FREIDA HUPPERT CHARLES HELWIG Page Thirty-seven ge Thirty-eig JOHN RAGLE LORINE ERDMANN FLORINE ERDMANN DAN PAUTLER .HERBERT RHODES THELMA FRAZIER VELMA FRAZIER HARRY BECK JOHN COOPER VERA JOHNSON BETTY BANTEL EUGENE COX EUGENE CHAMBERS LENA MAE MARSHALL SUSIE HANSON DAVID GRIFFIN DON DALLAS UNA MODGLIN HELEN KING JOHN BRUSH LILBURN BRANNON ARLENE HASSEBROCK MARY GARNER KENNETH BLACK MARY COCHRAN ELMER ZIEGLER BILL BORGSMILLER WILMA WANSTREET MARY PARKER HAROLD BUXTON HARRY ALTHOFF MARGARET ARBEITER CLAUDE SCHAFFER MARY LOCKOS HORTENSE MELTON NEALY SCHUMAKER BOB WAHL AUDREY ALLEY DOROTHY PILTZ WAYNE BURKEY BILL STEELE BETTY WRIGHT JACQUELINE BJICK GROVER SMITH WARREN! RAGSDALE DOROTHY MARTIN MARGARET ANDERSON VICTOR ATKINS ge Thirty-ni Page Forty CLARENCE LA PLANT VIRGINIA GRAY MARJORIE SUMMER GLENN WILCOX BILL WILLIAMS NAOMI REEDER MAXINE WILL THOMAS GRIFFIN CHARLES REEDER HILMA GREMMELS MARY E. KUPFERER KEITH RHODES JOHN DAVIS MARGARET PERRY VIRGINIA RAGLE ALDEN BUTCHER BILL LOOS DORIS MANSON FERN ROWALD BILL LOY BOB TYLER GLADYS LIPE BETTY MURPHY KATHLEEN MILLER JUANITA COOPER MARGARET LEE TONNER NORINE BROUILLETTE MARGUERITE WALKER DORIS EVANS DOROTHY ROSCHER MARY ROGERS ZITA FERN REYNOLDS ESTHER HAMILTON DOROTHY REIMAN ROSE ROBERTS NINA DERICKSON MARY VASTINE WANDA PATE KATHRYN PARKER JOSEPHINE COTTONARO JOANN JOHNSON HANNAH GOLLIHER ANNA MAE REGGIO FAY HIGGINS ge Forty-o VIENNA SUMMERS VIRGINIA PIGOTT RUBY WEBER SARAH NETHERCOTT DEMOVA WOODWARD TOMMY WRIGHT Page Forty-two SOPHOMCRES Z , 5 A ' XX 1 ' 4 N 7 WI f r ,N nl V Nfl, fu! ,ff , , , ix . I I .je ! F I ' fi-??? - gg- 1 ?4Z H3L,2iQii I - Z , ff-"rg,-,..l ' if I1- P g F tyth 52 ,ja x. if .- n a 5' 5 Z 3 1 A .L MARGARET BALSANO LOIS IMHOFF CHRESTA WARD GEORGIA MYERS LILLIAN ALLEY BETTY BULLAR DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN KATHLEEN BURKEY BETTY BLANKINSHIP INEZ CORNETT EILEEN REED EILEEN DAILEY DOROTHY PARMLEY ALBURNA ATKINS DOROTHY ROBINSON BETTY ANN JONES MARY JANE TINDALL WINIFRED HARVEY MARY ELEANOR PIERON LOUISE WORTHEN ROSE KELLY DORIS COX JUNE VARNUM CLAUDEEN POTTER JOY ELLIS LOUISE AKIN GERALDINE MILLER BEULAH BITTNIER LUCILLE KUPFERER ROSEMARY DANIEL LUCENNE HUMM LILA LEE TURNER MARIE ROBERTSON MARGARET ELLEN PATE PHYLLIS GRAM SARAH L. GOLLON MARTHA FAY WRIGHT BETTY ETHERTON ROSEMARY WANSTREET CHRISTINE ARGOS',N ge Forty-fi ge Forty-six PRUDY PENROD JUANITA FRANZA MARY GILLOOLEY MARGARET WINANS ROBERTA MOORE HESTER TODD MARY CHAMBERLAIN CHERIE PERRY VIRGINIA HARVEY DORIS JENKINS JEAN HARRIS MARGARET BROUILETTE GENEVA CARTER ALMA WALLER MARGIE JACOBS MARY LOY JANET ZIMMERMAN JUNE RIGGS VIRGINIA HOLIDAY VIRGINIA SEIBERT .mm-, J . I DOROTHY COEN KENNETH BERKBIGLER CLYDE ELLIOTT JOHN WAYNE HARVEY HAROLD RICE GEORGE JOHNSTON LOUIS SCHOLLE BURREL SAYLOR ROBERT SMITH SAM SAPARACIO I ROBERT PILTZ LINDELL JAY BOYCE ROY RODMAN FLOYD COMTE JAMES EVANS LAVERN GLASSER WILLIAM WODICKA HENRY WASMER WILLIAM TUCKER DONALD BAKER BILLY CRISLER WILLIAM ROCHE WILBUR BASKIN SAMMY WHITE W'lLLIAM COLLINS JOHN HEILMAN JOHN MODGLIN CECIL WILLIAMS JOHN BELL LEROY WALKER BEN McELMU,RRY 1-mnov cnsws ROBERT MELVIN BILL JONES WILEIAM JANES HOMER HANSON CARL ELLIS BILL DAUM WOODROW LORENTZ ROBERT MAES CHESTER VINCENT WILLIAM DRUEKE LORIN GREGORY G-LENORA MINER N Page Forty-seven LIFE ON THE CAMPUS fi X' 1 Supz 1' Szllvslnf-ng 2. l'e1l1Il'z1lin Boundg 3. Ready? 4. Om' Hl,l'0lPCf0lS"I 5. I3e1l'm'o tho "pop" lkvsmllsg T. "Sammy" UIEIIISPI N. Svl1rzol's Out! 9, Slowing' it Away: 10. Scivm-v NJ Club yill'1 this lloggiv 1 12. On l'::r:1rl1-3 132, A Nivlmlus Holirluy: 14. "lIz1lnl':1t". 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'r fv 'W Ira .W .-'P .KA ' .V ufwkvm MARTHA STRATHMAN HILDA HENRY RUTH MARY BORGSMILLER MARJORIE GREGORY KATHLEEN RHODES MARGARET WILLIAMS RACHAEL MILEUR ROSA LEE BELTON MARY HARRISON EVELYN LEHMANN DELIA TRIPP BETTY HAWTHORNE ESTHER EVANS VIRGINIA VASTINE BETTY BAUMLER MARY WILL KATHRYN BATES GOLDIE POWERS ROSE CONGIARDO PEGGY MILEUR DOROTHY HOLT HARRIET KRAFT OPAL WISEMAN IDA LEE REEDER MARY OPAL SHOOK MARTHA KELLY MARY EVELYN COOK BETTY WILLIAMS DOROTHY THOMPSON MARION RICHEY FLORAINE RILEY SARAH LEE KELLY DELORES PESSINNA VIRGINIA GARDNER IRENE REIMAN FAY BANTEL DOROTHEA BLAISE ETHEL CARAW'AY KATHLEEN HANSON DORIS REEVES ge Fifty-0 ge Fifty-two KATHRYN BLACK BETTY LOU WAYMAN MARILYN ERDMANN MARY HELD LOIS LEDBETTER PAULIINE SABELLA MARY E. RODMAN MARGUERITE SNYDER NORMA JEAN SOMERS KATHLEEN GLASSER DOROTHY SCHAFER DORIS SCHUSTER JESSIE MARIE DANIEL LORELL WEIGLE MARY LOU WISELY JULIA WOLFF MARIAN THOMAS ELIZABETH WOODWARD BETTY REIMAN ANNA MARIE HALPIN ALINE BLANKENSHIP ESTHER CRAVER GLENNA SMITH RUTH SAILER LA VAUGHN WELSH IMOGENE AKIN BETTY LEWIS DOROTHY REIMAN DORIS CROSSEN RUBY WORTHEN HowARo DEAN BERGER RAYMOND cou.EMAN 'rHoMAs cnoMaAn PAUL MARCINKOSKA HERMAN GRAFF HAROLD SCHIMPF CARL RAGLE ROBERT RANSMEIER RAY BANTEL ROBERT FREEMAN DENNIS Moesen LEMusL HARRY ARDEN HANNA wAl.l.AcE AKIN CHARLES SCHUMAKER DONALD KUEFFNER JACK WRIGHT JOHN WILL WALTER GEBHARDT WENDELL SHERMAN J. B. GRAY GILBERT RAGSDALE IRA WILSON, JR. GENE BATEMAN RAYMOND FLANNIGAN JIMMY NORMAN RICHARD DE WITTE EVERETT BROWN ROGER GRAEFF LEON STRIEGLE ROBERT MASSEY DELPH KING WOODROW CLEMENTS BOBBY DEAN FRAZIER DONALD BASKIN RUPPERT BORGSMILLER SIDNEY FIELDING BEN REGGIO LEO PORTER BOBBY LEE CLINTON WADE SEWELL ROBERT HOLIDAY HAROLD DEAN AKIN MELVIN CARTER FORD HARDIN Dage Fifty-thr Pa HOW'ARD MILES WINSTON SHERMAN JOSHUA DEROSETT Jr. MAURIGE PHILLIPS EUGENE HUFNAGEL HARRY GLENN JOHNSON JAMES BEAN ROBERT DUNN CHARLES WILLS , . I f I 5 e Fifty-four AET!V!T!E5 X ffm Vwf Q 'JW ak f SKY! 1"'if'tl.W M52 ff 1 ImonPnvN N' Cmls Gyn VL N wi Q 2:15313 W F'i"f.l'!JL- 'Ll - ----f u X321 ww uv W +' M X ml X M 'HS MQ XX X ,Nd My ml X H l In : : Y ' 1: V W1 liil X ,f X XJ Hi I WH ? r ! I I4 VD: ' E if fi-M I n NW I gNq,,V" WWW X mf 1 01114.10 iff Xwmff ,, M Hvzfuf HARRY JSM " W Qx, .W ge Fifty-six UAD SQ OTBALL FO 1 N P A' FOOTBALL Coach Shoberg, who was assist- ant coach for several years, took hold of the main rope, and led the Red Devils through a successful I season. ' -Q I Conch Vance completed his first year as assistant football coach, and proved to be an able assistant. L e ft End-Eugene Chambers tCapt. Electj playing his third year as a regular, he was regarded as the best little player that Mur- phy has ever had. Left Tackle-Bill Lehmann- This was "Chuck's" first year on the varsity, and a very successful year it was for him. Left Guard-Earl Butcher-fCaD- tainl. Earl was used to strengthen the position that was weak in his three years of football. "Butch" will be sadly missed. R i g h t End-Claude Ozburn- Claude Ilayed an outstanding game at-right end. He made two major letters and was placed on All-Conference second team. Page Fifty-seven -..- Right Tackle-Bill Oehlert-This was his tirst year, he made a major letter. The boy with the pro- truding nose has two more years to play. Right End-Claude McRoy- This was Claude's fourth consecu- tive year of football. He was a good pass receiver, and frequently played in the backfield. Left Guard-Paul Jacobs-Paul was one of the fastest men on the team, his speed was a great help in leading the interference. This is his last year. Center-Leland Lockard Locl ard played a good defensive and of- fensive gameg he was always in there fighting. This was Lockard's last year. Center-4Eugene Camden-Cam' den made good passes from center and he was regarded as a good pass defensive man. He will be missed next year. Right Guard-Bill Humphreys- "Blow Torch" played a very ef- fective game at the guard position. The team will miss Bil1's humor as well as his playing. 4 Page Fifty-eight Right Tackle-Tommy Keough- This was 'I'ommy's first year out for football, he proved to be a game little fighter. This is Keough's last year. Right Half-Back-Bob Wahl-He was a fast, hard running back who returned punts well. He was also a good defensive man. He has one more year to play. Right End-Ray Summers-Ray was a very modest player, and his ability was a great asset to the team. Ray has one more year to play. Right Tackle-Tommy Wright- He was one of the heavier men on the squad, using his weight to a good advantage. Tommy has one more year to play. Left Half-Back-Jimmy Smith- He was the fast running and hard driving back of the team. He made All-Conference team, and honorable mention on All-State. Quarter-Back-John Daum-John was a good little blocker. He did a very good job of calling signals and helped the Red Devils out of some tight spots. 1 .ipagfi g Q, ii' ?rpe,..+:-:'-- ,.. . 2 K ' 'svn -,-.v. , "A g --5, ..-.....Y ' . -v-,.... ..-....,, . ,N 4 .emi Left Half-Back-Elmer Ziegler- Elmer gained many yards by his long strides and accurate passes. "Kid" Ziegler will be back next year. Full-Back-Robert Riggs - He was to "carry on" while Bateman was injured. Bob was a very able substitute. This is his last year. Full-Back-Paul Bateman-Paul was always ready to stiffen his neck and crash through center. He was a great help to the team, this is Bate's last year. Manager and Reporter-James Cripps-He was to aid to keep the "wolves from the door". Jim was also Iublicity agent. Manager-Dan Busch-Dan was a very efficient and able manager, keeping the equipment in good condition at all times. "Nose" Busch will be missed. A Assistant Manager-Kent Stev- ens-Kent was an able assistant, who did the work that the man- - agers didn't want to do. He will be Manager next year. Page Sixty HEADLINES MURPHY WINS NEII DEVILS llPEN'EII FIIUM BLAZE IN I6 EHEQEIISUIIAN I VIEIIIIIY no Runaway IINIIZSNSIIIZZI MURPHY HLANNS HARfRlSBURli'S SSSSEVILSSWSMS BEEIYSUUIH SSRTERVILLEHESS IISJS"I:S SSSSE11 ru S SrNmAuS'S PASSES SESS SSSSSNSSSS REU l1EVlIA 3 IIIIIIES III I-IIN Dffegml-13 WIN 26 III N SESSEVILS . SSWNMSSISNI UFVILSIUSI3 SEIIIIE 46 III I4 TU 5 TU Local at will WEST IIIIINNIIIIII Page Sixty-one LIFE ON THE CAMPUS J 171 Mun: 2. l4'lagpole- .Q C'1'osslma1's at, Night: Il. 4. Pep Iavzulv vs 1 flxle 1 Flu-l'z1isi11gg 6. livrl llc-vils: 7. f'0llllll9lllilt0l' Wilson, 8, El, ll. K ul lmll lm ulus ll lust lllll Klub l4 z L. 1" 1 ' 1 , lVIm'v P9Dll0l'S. Page Sixty-two 11111111 slaxmls LIFE ON THE CAMPUS 1, Fmniantimi I'r:u'tiL-s-3 2. Now, .Iolmnim-2: Sl. Snappy l'im't11i'v, vli whut'?1 4. In Sll'lll'iiUIlSI 5. Studying V333 ti. Girls, um-huy!: T. Could it lw Military Esvm H. Tooling 'l'oonful 'l'1111vs1 SI, Down, plvzisvg 10, Ilv-ibvts: 11. Halmistuml. Page Sixty-three age Sixty-fo UAD SQ BALL ET SK BA BASKETBALL Asst. Coach-John Higgins-This was Higgins' second year as SLS- sistant basketball coach, and he did a good job of training the Freshmen. Coach-Dave Vance-This was also Vance's second year as coach of the basketball team, and he proved to be an able advisor for tne boys. X Ray Summers-Guard-Ray play- ed a good defensive game, and he was a great help to the team. Ray is a Junior this year. Charles Held - Guard - Charles helped the Devils out of many a tight spot, and he was always do- ing his best. Charles will be missed IleXf. year. John Davis-Guard-Davis was able to use his long arms and big hands in breaking up passes. John is a Senior this year. Tom Wright - Guard - Tommy was not the fast man on the floor, but he always managed to guard men that were much faster than he. Tommy will be back next year. Page Sixty-five ' ' ifkffiw James Kerley - Center - Kerley helped the Devils a great deal on offense, as well as on defense. Ker- ley has one more year to play. Louis Russell- Center - Louis was under the back-board getting the ball when it bounced off. Rus- sell always did his part of the scoring. This is Russell's last year. Ray Dixson-Forward-Although Ray is little, he always managed to do his part of the scoring. Dix- son will be back next year. Claude McRoy-Forward-Claude was a great help on both defensive and offensive. Claude was good at breaking up passes. This was his last year. - James Smith-Forward-Jimmy was one of the fastest men on the team, and he was always doing his best. Smith will be missed next year. Page Sixty-six BASKETBALL Tl1e team, although Winning only 7 games out of 19, showed vast improvement and quick adaptation to thenew rules which quickened the game. This improvement was brought about through the diligent Work of the coaches, Mr. Higgins and Mr. Vance. The scores of the season were as follows Mounds City Du Quoin Eldorado .... Pinckneyville Herrin ...... Chester ..... Anna ........ Johnston City Benton ...... Carbondale .. Herrin ...... Eldorado .... Pinckneyville ' Anna ....... Johnston City Du Quoin Benton ...... Carbondale .. Elkville ..... .....Here ...There .. ...There .. ...There .. ...Here ...There .. ...Here ...There .. ...Here ...Here ...There .. ...Here .....Here .....There .. .....Here .....Here ...There ...There . . .Carbondale Page Sixty-seven They VVe 31 40 .--.- ..-.no-1 . .39 ...... 31 .....21......18 .....41......47 .....31......17 25 .....28......37 ..45...'. ..15 ...32 ...... 25 ...31 .... ..9 ...'..36 .... ..25 ..22 ...... 24 . .40 ...... 39 .....37......41 .....31......26 ...so .... ,Q41 .....41......30 .. ..... 39 ..... .16 . . . ..... ..... .10 4.11, ',:,-32.5 - .13.,-.:..,:w . 31521951 ge Sixty-eig GIRLS' GYM CLASS Sl 'IENC 'E CLUB The Science Club is an organization for the study of science other than that which is studied in the class rooms. This club gives an oppor- tunity to those students who wish to continue studying some certain phase of science which cannot be covered in the class rooms because of' lack of time. Throughout the year the Science Club presents many interesting programs and features at their regular meeting. This club secures many interesting speakers and thus obtains an insight into many in-s' dustrial operations. This club was started in 1935-1936 under the sponsorship of Mr. Williams, science instructor.. When Mr. Williams departed, his place was taken by Mr. Wilson. Among tl1e outstanding features of the year was the trip to the liquid air plant near Pinckneyville and the annual Christmas party. The officers for the year of 1937-1938 Were: President-Quentin Reed Vice-President-Dan Busch Secretary and Treasurer-Harry Craver. i GIRL RESERVES V The Girl Reserve Organization meets every second and fourth Thursday in each month. The club has an enrollment of eighty-nine members. The purpose of this club is to foster friendliness among girls, to develop Christian character, and to serve the community of which tl1e club is a part. The oiiicers are: President, Peggy Willg Vice President, Francis Druekeg Secretary, Jean Harris, Treasurer, J ackle Bjickg Social Chairman, Arkie Lee Pratt, Service Chairman, Alice Plater. The sponsors are Miss Berry and Miss Kunze. Peggy Will Page Seventy-one DEAR ALMA MATER. MURPHY HIGH CANDID SHOT OF SENIOR BAND Page Seventy-three Page Seventy-four SENIOR BAND Murphysboro Township High School 4. V-me-.-nv 'ff - ' 'uv'-f'.f'-gf, SENISUIQ BAND Eighty-five musicians responded to the baton of -their director, Howard Thrailkill. This is the Senior Band of 1938. A The enthusiasm of the members together with the addition of new instruments have contributed to our hope for success again this year in the district contest as in years gone by. ' The organization has been active at both football and basketball games, in assembly programs, plays and parades. The band appeared in concert at the Southern Illinois State Teacher 's Meeting, March 25. Last June, the band made a trip to Salem, sponsored by the local Rotary Club. While there, they entered in a concert contest Where they placed second and returned with their prize of seventy-five dollars. Although many of the members are graduating, the on-coming Junior Band will strive to hold the high standard established by the members of '38 as Well as the members of years gone by. . ' JUNIOR BAND S , 1'ii Although the Senior band is a larger organization, the Junior band must not be overlooked. For after all it is this band that .the Senior band is dependent upon to replace members lost by graduation. This year it is the largest Junior band ever, having thirty-one members. The instrumentation is much better, making the b3Ild..lI1OI'8 balanced. The members are attempting more difficult music, and they intend to enter the district contest at Carbondale this spring. Much credit is due Mr. Thrailkill and the band for their year's work. , s Page Seventy-five T 1' - 111-1 SENIOR BAND ON GRIDIRON JUNIOR BAND Page Seventy-six HONOR SOCIETY The h.ighest scholastic distinction that can be attained by a student at the Murphysboro Township High School is membership in the National Honor Society. A school must belong to the most highly accredited group of high schools to have a chapter in this organization, and can retain its chapter only if graduates from the school do work of high grade in college. The Murphysboro Township High School has had a chapter of the National Honor Society since 1928. The following students were admitted to the society this year: -1 SENIORS Name Average for Name Average for Zllfg years 314, years .hunce BigMow' 954 QnenHn Reed 91M Ruth Xvodicka 95 Uonstance Elhott 91 Frank Holloway 94.5 Margaret, Ann Smith 90 'I MawwHa McCaH 94 IHHy Hanmnl SMH Manwnna McCaH 94 Gemddme MrBNde KWH Virginia Lee Johnston 93.2 Rnth Heilnlan SEV: Dorothy Hart 93 Arkie Lee Pratt 349.2 Robert Riggs 92.7 Helen VVright 89.1 lhwmnme Wbod 9L4 Mamfhmmem Bmgms N9 JUNIORS Name Average tor Name Average for Zw years 215 years Elmer Ziegler 96.3 XVilma Wanstreet 94.7 NWrghna ldgott 958 Sarah Inni Vooper 935 Pauichi Loos 95 Biargaret Lee Tonner SHLV Mary Elizabeth Wright 94.8 Arlene Hassebrock 925.5 Page Seve nty-seven SENIOR HONOR PAGEH Tl1e race for valedictorian is again so close, as it was last year, that a tie will probably result, hence no announcement can be made as the annual goes to press. The list of Seniors who rank High Honors, Honors, and Minute Men, can be given as of April 1. High Honors in- dicates that the pupil made at least twenty semester grades of 95 or higher during the four years, and Honors means twenty or more semester grades of 90 or higher. Minute Men are those who have been neither absent nor tardy during thevfour years. MINUTE MEN HIGH HONORS Janice Bigelow Virginia Lee Johnston Frank Holloway Ruth VVodicka HONORS ' Constance Elliott Billy Hanson Dorothy Hart Marcella McCall Marcenna McCall Geraldine McBride 1 Quentin Reed Robert Riggs ' Margaret Ann Smith Margaret Ann Weber Dorismae Wood Mary Ellen Akin' John' Batson Robert Bantel Frances Bullar Laura Mae Burton Harry Craver Marvin Urisler Bill Cross Melba Rose Cross Billy Hanson Mozelle Harry John Isom Nell Kathryn Jones James McRoy Page Seventy-elght Pete Montesanto Ardell Schuster Lavern Williams Helen Worthen U Frances Yarborough 7 v, - .l UNIOR-SENIOR PROM 1936-1937 ' The Juniors gave the Seniors their annual Junior-Senior Prom on April 30, 1937, from 8 until 12 P. M., in the school gym. - The "Swing-Time" theme of the graduating Senior class was car- ried out in many ways. Huge multi-colored musical notes were placed at random along the walls of the school gym, with many small ones hanging from crepe paper streamers, through which shone many multi- colored lights. Music for dancing was furnished by Winston Parker and his or- chestra. Games were available for those not caring to dance. During intermission refreshments were served. fr 1 Viv FOOTBALL BANQUET Nearly 200 members of the high school faculty, football boys and their "dates," and football fans attended the annual Football banquet Wednesday night, December 9, 1937 at the First Lutheran Church. The church basement was attractively decorated for the occasion, with the school colors of Crimson and Corn being used throughout. Coach Shoberg acted as master of ceremonies and awarded letters to members of the football squad. Short talks were made by the out-going captain, Earl Butcher, and the new captain, Eugene Chambers. The speaker of the evening was coach Cecil Mullerliele of St. Louis University, who was accompanied by the two former local boys, Denny and Bill Cochran, now of East St. Louis. ' Following the banquet, a dance was held for the squad at the Elks Club with music furnished by Vince Genovese and his band. Page Seventy-nine ""vT'H, . W, ' W .f'1L4'f,: 'lc' ...'. i.. .ll'NlOH Q LAHS l'l,AN lSl37 Un Max' 13 1937 the Junior class gave their annual play-ai period , 7 plaxv ontitlocl "A Rose 0' Plymouth Town." 'l'liis was il I'0ll'l2lIlfll' ooinofly in four acts and provided inany lzinglis for the aiulienco. The vllaimcters were as follows: Milos Standisli .......... . . . .... Harry Craven' llarrott Foster. . . . .Tonnny Keongli Jolin Mnrgeson ...... . . . .Frank Holloway il'l1illippo de la Noye. . . ..Allxert Nzxusley Miriznn Vliilliiigsley. . . ..... Janive Bigelow I32ll'llilI'2l Stzinclisll. . . . .lXlill'g.1'2ll'9t2lll!l Sinitli iliosoluto Story. .. ....... Joan Joplin Rose de la Noyo ................. Virginia Johnston l'3'5Ql xi is under tlio 'l'lxo Junior ploy, as was the Senior play Q .M , 'i Pzipnlilo direction of Miss Doris Uixson and it was zinotlver success for hor added to a long list of others. P a g e E l g h t y AMATICUIIS I. luilfllllll 2. Setting 52. Slllllltil' 1C'ol4l Bvzxllslg 4, K1-tlvril1xAurm1mI3 3. ilu out FH 1 mm-ll ti. Tho IllOl'llillQ,' "z1i'tv1"'1 T, The Ihwl: S. Too "Mlm-k" for wurclsg Sr, I+':1l'vw4-II 10 lllrlv mv, hull- mv, lllll1'kfI ll. I'l1:lipps- QQ Mirizung 12. The- wimmhf, 1.2. All mx KIHCSIIUII' Page Eigl-ty-one SW1 SICNI1 DR VLASS PLA Y i939 Un tlle niglif of' .lzinnnry 13, 1938, tlie Senior Vlziws presented tlieil ,rw :nmual 4-lass play entitled, ' llie Ghost Flies South." 'l'lle plzlv was El tliree-nel eonieflv with 21 fzireiezil toueli, wliieli pro viilecl Elll 0Ilt0l't2lllllIlg' evening' for all who were present. lllllll east ineluclecl: G1'z1iuln1z1 liunfry. . . . . .Virginia Johnston Anita Nleredifli. . . . . ,lX'l2ll'g'2ll'Pt2lIlll Smith llizlna Al9Y'0lllill ..... ....... . loan .loplin Nlorgnn Winthrop, Jr. ..... .... l .Quentin Heed Mrs. Nlorgzin Wintlirop, Sr.. . . .Vonstzlnee Elliott 'l'yler Riillllilll, il broker. . . .. .George lflldlllilll llomer Reed, zi lawyer .................. Holm Bantel Mrs. llonier Reed. .. .. .Mary Frzlnees YilI'll0l'01lg'll l'orcleliz1, the lllillll .............. Frzlnees l.ee Bullau' Vllieqllitzi, un liulizxn Squaw. .. ........ Peggy Will lluek llollis ............... . ...Jolm llziuni 'l'lie zxclvunee sale of tiekets was quite large and on the night o the play the eurtnin rose to reveal un audienee that literally pziekeml llie liouse. l'i0l'2lllS0 of the sueeess of tlle comedy, the Senior elziss will prolmlily present zlnotller play early in tlle Springt. Page Eighty-two l'ROI"I'ISSl0NAl, vuplc-Y: 2. Sm' my Imac-ole-tig 55, Buvk llollis's my nzunvi 4, Prop 1-rvwl 1 tlmmlx' ly Xhlllzxm liamtryi 1. Nou Huzzy! S, Oh, yas, mmlvuh! Ei, 12. Vast: IH. 'IW-:ll ll Ihhlml sums: 13. .xklilblll 14. 'I'vvl1im-izlxls VH. Page Eighty-three W -1 r. Lafaye- Haseazf W SENIOR CLASS WlT,L Mary Ellen Akin-my "morning after" to Margaret Arbeiter. Mary K. Anderson-my stature to Geneva Carter. Hortense Arbeiter-my blonde curls to Claudine Potter. Olga Argos-my Grecian beauty to Mary Lockos. Leon Bain-my saxophone to Nealy Schumaker. Mary E. Baker-my skating ability to Hanna Golliher. Mary Balsano-my brunette complexion to Peggy Milleur. Robert Bantel-my rapidity of speech to George Penrod. John Batson-my studious expression to Grover Smith. Frank Bean-my two seats in the hall to Don Stokes. Beulah Berkbigler-my rust coatlto Marion Thomas. Janice B,igelow4my skull cap to Delores Pessinna. Rex Bivins-my summer job as lifeguard to John Wayne Harvey. Stella'Boly-my job as yell-leader to a person with a strong pair of lungs. . Mary Leoneta Borgers-my peaches and cream complexion tot Mar- garet WVinans. Dan Busch-my job as Athletic Manager to Kent Stevens tbecause he'll get it anyway!D. Luuralnae Burton-my recipe for preserving my "youth" to the girl who can 't keep her's. Frances Lee Bullar-my southern accent to Margie Hicks. Billy Calloway-my car to the under-classmen hitch-hikers. Gene Camden-my football fame to Robert Ransmeier. Peggy Chapman--my ability to speak rapidly to the person who stut- ters. ' lrene thancey-my lovely fingernails to Sally Graxnmer. llOlI1Pl' Cleland-my Hair pressuref' to Mr. VVilson. Myron Vochran-my Weakness fer blondes to Pauline Craft. Willie PFS. Coleman -my brilliance to Obie lVarliek. Harry Craver-my position as treasurer for the Science Club to Billy Loos. Marvin Crisler--my physique to Herbert Rhodes. Edward Orisler-nev Alma Mater to anyone that wants it since my interest is graduating. t Page Eighty-four Melba Rose Cross-my originality to George Butcher. Bill Cross-my ability to do the "Big Apple" to Mr. Shoberg. James Cripps-my job as sports reporter to Billy Borgsmiller. Jule Davis-my long hair- to Fay Higgins. i John Daum-my knowledge of American History to John Brush. Constance Elliott-my dimples to Elynjane Edwards. Eugenia Evans+my interest in science to my brother James. Arlillian Freeman-my love of peanuts and jellybeans to Mr. Vance. Esther Mae Garry-my green coat to the next red head. Eileen Gholson-my graceful tap dancing to Sarabelle Nethercott. Maxine Gillmore-my ability to raise a laugh to Joan Johnson. Carl Gola-my black hair to Sammy White. Mary K. Hafer-my lovely smile to the girl with a desire to be a tooth- paste model. Billy Hanson-my swaggering walk to Homer Hanson. Geralding Hardin-my dreamy eyes to Joy Ellis. ' Mozelle Harry-my artistic ability to Harry Beck. Dorothy Hart-my typing speed to Martha Fay Wright. Ruth Heilman-my pleasing personality to Jessie Marie Daniel. Charles Held-my dramatic talent to Bill Lehman. David Higgins-my height to Buster Elliott. Marjorie Hines-my curly locks to anyone that wants 'em. Frank Holloway--my job as co-editor of the annual to Charles Wright. Quentin Humm-my musical name to Arthur Flatt. - Billy Humphrey-my wise cracks to Bill Drueke. John Isom-my two bicycles to the guy who can take care of both of them. u Mabel Janes- my gaiety to some pessimistic underclassman. Virginia Johnston-my flexible voice to the person who talks in a monotone. , Nell K. J ones- my happy, carefree appearance to Audrey Alley. Otis Eugene Jones-my uncommon family name to Glenna Smith. Joan Joplin-my speaking voice to the next person with legal aspira- tions. 'l'ommy Keough-my graceful bearing on skates to Harry Beck. Page Eighty-five John Thomas King-my nomadic existence between here and lndiana to anyone who Wants it. Hazel Lackey-my svelte blond beauty to Christina Argos. Harry Lavell-my knowledge of the consequences of a certain im- promptu journey to all afflicted with Wanderlust. Leland Lockard-my safe driving ability to David Griffin. Geraldine McBride-my interest in tall lanky gentlemen to Pauline Scott. Marcella McCall-my reserved demeanor to Joan Johnson. Marcenna McCall-my mathematical ability to Jackie Bjick. Claude McRoy-my rolling, sailor's gait when Walking down the hall to Clarence LaPlant. James McRoy-my optimistic attitude toward life, even in bookkeep- ing class, to Bill Drueke. Dorothy Miller-my Wisecracking to Mr. Vance. Robert Moeser-my Belleville accent to anyone Who wants it. Pete Montesanto-the musical value of my last name to any poet. Alberta Nausley-my pugilistic ability to Charles VVright. Claude Ozburn-my harem to Grover Smith. George Penrod--my grave, studios air to Felix Smith. Eugene Perry-my debonair, nonchalant demeanor to Charles Helwig. James Perry- my air of peaceful composure when in the assembly to Jack Raines. Alice Plater-my stature to Betty Bantel. Arkie Lee Pratt-my vivacious, yet demure disposition to Wilma VVanstreet. Quentin Reed-my dignified executive air when Walking down the hall to Tommy Wriglit. Robert Riggs-my permanent to Bob Melvin. Essie Robinson-my typing skill to Maxine Jones. Mary Jane Robinson-my petite stature to Sarah Nethercott. Sibyle Robinson-Sibyle says she thinks she'll take him along. George Rodman-the oriental hooklah in my pipe collection to Leroy WValker. ' Floyd Roger-my ambition to become a "strong arm of the law" to Walter Gephardt. Francis Schoenberger-my bicycling ability to Mary Vastine. Page Eighty-six Bertha Schulz-my Teutonic name to another Teuton. Ardell Schuster-my ambition to hunt big game to Bill Jenkins. Elizabeth Shemwell-my jovial disposition to Geraldine Longwell. Julia Silvey-my modest, retiring Ways to Betty :Ann Jones. Ardell Smith-my place on the "Bummin' Corner" to anyone who just, must, get to Carbondale. Dorothea Smith-my prosaic last name to Glenna Smith. Jimmy Smith-my 85 horse-power legs to Myron Schuster. Margaretann Smith-my laughing eyes to Irene Reiman. Helen Stearns-my shy, retiring ways to Kathyrn Bates. N Ella Stevenson-my practical View of things to Mary Lou Wisely. Hughetta Tippett-my carefully manicured, long fingernails to Hester Todd. . , Ollie Mae Wayman-the color of my hair to Marian Thomas. Margaret Ann Weber-my impish grin to Mary Tindall. Velma Wiesenbach-my "jiloppy" to Doris Evans. Peggy Will-my raucous laughter in the halls to Lila Lee Turner. Donald Williams-my ability to cheat Henry Stagner out of a job by hiring a C. C. C. camp to pull my car out of the mud to anyone in a similar predicament. , Lavern Williams-my ability to track down a golf ball to my brother, Ross. Parm Williams-my ability as a maestro to Cab Calloway. Rachael Wisely-my big beautiful eyes to Mary Garner. Ruth Wodieka-my ability as a flutist to anyone who can appreciate it. Doris Mae Wood-my interest in trees to Alice Marie Oaks. Delores Woodward-my reading tastes to Betty Reiman. Helen Worthen-my shyness to Rosemary Daniels? Frances Yarborough-my ability to twirl the baton to Everett Brown. B-ay Zimmerman-the initial letter of my last name to anyone who may think it an advantage. w J. Page Eighty-seven CLASS PROPHECY Hysterical passengers aboard the sinking "Brittany" wept with relief as the "America" hove into view. After the passengers of the "Brittany" had been transferred to the "America", another meeting was enacted-that of Ruth Wodicka, famed flutist and passenger on the 'tBrittany" ofiiher way to tour the concert halls of Europe and reputable archeologist, Marcenna McCall, returning from a successful period of research work in the Old World. In their cabin, each pre- vailed upon the other to read excerpts from their diaries. To their sur- prise, each had contacted many of their schoolmates of the Class of '38. Since their separation fifteen years ago, they found: Robert Riggs and Harry Craver collaborators on a device which automatically puts the cat out at night. George Penrod appearing on Major Bowes' Amateur Show as a one-man band. L James Smith, football coach at Notre Dame. Jimmy is considered a second Knute Rockne. Homer Cleland, owner of the Uleland Clothing Store, has estab- lished a comedy act for his Saturday customers. It is rumored that William Callaway has filed suit against Homer for infringement upon the Saturday matinee at his newly acquired Hippodrome. Dan Busch, a New York politician, hoping some day he will be President of the United States so that he can realize l1is long-che'rished ambition-to go fishing whenever he likes. Janice Bigelow, so disappointed in love she has settled down to teaching Latin in America, Illinois. Frances Brown, waitress at the Ultra-Smart Restaurant-Rex llivens proprietor. Constance Elliott, secretarial nurse to Surgeon Floyd Rogers. Doris Wood, happily married and living in Alberta, Canada. , Alice Plater, owner of the Lorelei Style Shop which sets the fash- ions of the Social Register. Frank Holloway, owner of the Holloway Springs Race Track. It is said tl1at his horses are even slower than Bing L'rosby's. Outstand- ing jockey of the stables is Harry Lavell. Parm Williams had reestablished the original Dixieland Swing Band. Helen Wright, private secretary to Ardell Schuster, president of General Motors. On their weekly Sunday evening program appears the coloratura soprano, Margaretann Smith. Nell Katherine Jones, specialty 'dancer with the Royal Russian Ballet. 0 Melba Rose Cross, keeping house for her bachelor brother, Bill. James McRoy and tharles Held for the third consecutive year had won the valuable Davis Pup Tennis Trophy. Hughetta Tippett, famous for l1er hobby of collecting pink monkeys. Page Eighty-eight Jol1n Batson, a successful doctor of Chicago with Sible Robinson as his faithful helper. U Mary K. Anderson, Home Economics Teacher of M. T. H. S. Irene Chancey, running for governor of New Mexico. If elected, Irene will be the first woman to occupy this position. Two of her elec- tioneers are Donald Williams and Eugene Perry. ' Hazel Lackey, a bachelor girl whose living quarters arein the fashionable Waldorf-Astoria. i Pete Monesanto had made his father's business thrive until he be- came one of the wealthiest business men of Murphysboro. John Isom had broken all previous records for six-day bicycle racing. Quentin Humm served as his promoter, publicity agent, etc. Mary Elizabeth Baker, a much-talked-of divorcee on her way to Reno for tl1e third and last time, she says. . up Beulah Berkbigler, owner of one of the largest orange groves in California. She has recently installed hot and cold running orange juice in her palatial home. ' James Perry, raiser of racing, red roosters: His roosters were chal- lenged by those of Ardell Smith, but retained their title of champions. Laura Mae Burton, staff pianist with the N. B. C. network. She is tl1e accompanist for manyof the studios' leading soloists. Bill Humphreys at the peak of his boxing career. He is known worldfwide for his murderous right which he developed playing the trombone in tl1e M. T. H. S. band. T David Higgins, featured in the picture "Tom Sawyer", recently released by Warner Brothers. David' never grow up. Dorothy Hart, leaving for Europe as captain of a girl 's rifle team to take part in a match that will decide the world-champion team. Julia Silvey and Mable Janes are other outstanding members of the team. Frances Lee Bullar spending most of her time at home singing lullabies to her little ones. Frances Yarborough so infatuated with her drum-major l1at, she has made hats her profession. She is designing them for the Elite Milliners. Marcella McCall, a successful contralto with the Chicago Civic Opera Company. ' Claude Ozburn, playing solo sousaphone in the renowned Army Band. Dorothea Smith, owner and proprietor of the candy shop pn XVal- nut where the kids gather after school. pe' George Rodman, professor of something or other at Yale. Virginia Johnston, foremost ballerina of the country soon to make a guest appearance in St. Louis. Ray Zimmerman has succeeded as an author. He always believed he could do it, but he couldn't convince his friends. Page Eighty-nine 1- P John Damn an open golf champion. iVhile in school, golf was the farthest thing from his mind. Peggy Chapman, one of the best woman pilots in the history of the airlanes. Margaretann NVeber, teacher, ice-skating champion, and ski- jumper. She can 't decide which she likes best. Lavern Williams, proficient in ice-hockey and considering an of- fer from a famous team. Marjorie Hines an efficient badminton player. We thought Mar- jorie didn't go in for sports. . Mary K. Hafer, superintendent of the Lakeside Orphan's Home of New York City. Mary Jayne Robinson, owner of the Excelle Beauty Salon. , Albert Nausley playing "Hamlet" on the New York stage. Mary Ellen Akin, Elizabeth Shemwell, Eileen Gholson, and Doro- thy Milleremembers of the Barnum and Bailey Circus. Mary and Dot as trapeze performers, Liz as an equestrienne, and Eileenfas a tight- rope dancer. X , Myron Cochran has inherited a neat fortune from an admiring uncle, and is now a typical playboy. Helen Stearns, head of the French department at the Southern illinois Teachers College. - Edward Uhrisler an adventurer, whose last trip took him to'Aus- tralia. Eugene Jones accompanied far as the Hawaiian islands but it is not known whether or not he continued on the expedition. Ruth Heilman and Hortense Arbeiter happily married neighbors. They may be seen any hour of the day running from house to house with a borrowed egg or cup of sugar. Leoneta Borgers had taken Didrickson's place in the world of sports as the outstanding woman athlete. ' Bob Bantel had become a producer in Hollywood. His latest pic- ture, "Hearts and Showers" starred Claude McBioy, handsome screen lover. U If you want t'News through a WVoman's Eyes", tune in on KMOX each Thursday evening and hear Esther Mae Garry, one of the fore- most woman commentators. Dolores W0odwa1'd, wife of one of the most prosperous farmers in southern Illinois. Gene Camden, disappointed in love, had become a hermit livi11g in an obscgre cabin in the Kentucky hills. Jule Davis has been selected one Sf the ten best-dressed women in the world for the fifth consecutive time. ' Eugenia Evans, a stewardess on one of tl1e fast trains to the VVest Coast. Stella Boly, former cheer leader at M. T. H. S., cheering for her son, a football hero. Page Ninety Willie B. Coleman, Arlillian Freeman, and Essie Robinson, mem- bers of the famed "Three Tones Trio". Mary Balsano, president of the newly-organized "Beautify Your City" club. Leon Bain leader of the Cassa Loma orchestra replacing Glen Gray. Helen Worthen, and Bertha Schultz, bookkeepers for a large de- partment store, in San Francisco. They work in perfect harmony. Olga Argos, an expert chess player. Whereas it takes most players an hour to deliberate a move, Olga does it in half the time. Mozelle Harry had developed into one of our most famous artists. She has received a commission to paint for the Metropolitan Art Museum. Peggy Will, a famous cooking expert. She has her own radio pro- gram, too. Ollie Mae Wayuian, noted for her beautiful tresses and frequently asked to display various coiffures. . " Leland Lockard, an insurance salesman. 'Fo break the monotony, he plays table tennis. 1 Joan Joplin, an obscure lawyer gaining recognition for her bril- liant work on some of the more important criminal cases. Ella Stevenson and Rachael VVisely specializing in oil portraits, and since that is a current fad, they are kept busy. Bill Hanson, still a bachelor-reason: Gerry won't say yes. She's too busy being court reporter. Frank Bean owner of Bean's Bean Canning Company of Mur- physboro. Tommy Keough, a ricl1 man-of-the-world. He wears diamonds as large as goose eggs and takes great pleasure in flashing them before the eyes of his envious admirers. John Thomas King had taken Joe Medwick's place with the St. Louis Cardinals. James Cripps, sports editor of the New York Star. Geraldine Hardin and Velma VViesenbach, cosmetic manufactur- ers. Business has dropped since 'it is the current fad among the younger set to go without make-up. Frances Schoenberger, owner of "Ye Old Antique Shoppe", known throughout the state. Marvin Chrisler and Alphonse Strobl serve as her agents in the collection of l1er antiques. Carl Gola, a general contractor who has recently completed the beautiful residence of Reverend Robert Moeser. Later on, while strolling the deck, the two caught a glimpse of Arkie Lee Pratt, American movie actress, wearing one of her daring hat creations. On tl1e return to their cabin, they passed the ship's kitchen and came face to face with Quentin Reed. During their con- versation, Quentin explained the fact that he was assistant cook now but had heard it rumored that he was to be promoted soon. Thus have been revealed the comings and goings of the Class of '38, 9 9 0 v Page Ninety-one September 1 . School opens. 10. 17. S 24 6 October 8. 12. 13. ,, 15. 21 85 22. Q2 n u s 4 November 20. 27. 2. 28. 28. 29. 3. SCHOOL CALENDAR First' assembly. Wa P. A. Orchestra program. Annual staff meeting. Assembly-Rev. Cochran, speaker. Chester Football game. Harrisburg Football game. Centralia Football game. Annual staff meeting. Group pictures taken for the Annual. Marion Football game. - ' CountysTeachers ' Institute. Anna Football game. Senior Class Primary Election. Girl Reserve Party. ' lr Carterville Football game. Mrs. Wanst1'eet explains book week. 4. and 5. High School Conference at Champaign. 9. 10. 11. 12. 16. 17. 19. 00 . 05 -Ja 0 December - ' 8 10. 14. 24. End of first quarter. Pep meeting and parade. Carbondale game. Assembly-Rev. Small. Junior class meeting. One act play-f'Sparkin' ", by English IV class West Frankfort game. Rotary lecture course. Volunteer program, and Mr. Blakey. Thanksgiving Day. v Carthage College Quartet. Football banquet. First basketball game-Mound City. Basketball-Du Quoin. Pa e Ninetyi-two J mzuury 'Q February Presentation of football letters. Girl Reserve Party. Basketball--Eldorado. Travel pictures in assembly. . State safety movies. Basketball-Pinckneyville. Christmas program. Christmas vacation begins. Back to school. Band in assembly. Tickets for senior play go on sale. Basketball-Herrin. Basketball-Chester. v Freshman take special test. . Pre-views of senior play. Senior play--S. R. O. sign out. Basketball-Anna. Officer Clerk in assembly. and 21. Semester Exams. Basketball-Johnston City. i Basketball-Benton. Second semester begins. World typing champion at Carbondale. 150 com inercial students attend. Centralia musicians in assembly. Carbondale basketball game. Basketball-Herrin. Seniors take Knox college test. G. A. A. program. Basketball-Eldorado. Basketball-Pincklneyville. Singing in assembly. Basketball-Anna. . -Prof. Lee speaks to seniors. Page Ninety-three Q Mftrch U H April flluy .lumf .0 Y 18 19 Q1 22 23 224 95 28 3 11 ..uSEinior class' buys Vibraphone for band. 14, 18. 23 24 30. 1 6 8 15 27 J G 20 Q7 29 31 5 , 3. 29 13 'liasketball-Johnston City. Basketbal l-Benton. Judge Bale in assembly. ' "Razor" Fenton speaks on crime. 5 Basketball-Du Quoin. Basketball-C'arbondale.'l, . S T. E. Musselman, the '4Bird Man", in assembly. Rotary Lecture course. Regional tournament at Carbondale. Elkville ends our basketball season. U ' 15, 16. Inter-class basketball tournament. H Junior band in assembly. End of Sd Quarter. Band in assembly. and 25. State Teacl1er's meeting at Carbondale-our band gives concert. ' Heaney the Magician. W . and 2. District band contest. Junior class play, "Captain Raelcet". Sand solos in assembly. Good Friday-no school. Senior class play. C 1 'X ft. at and 30. State band contest, jf S. T. N. U. gym team. It Junior-Senior prom. 4 Manual 'l'raining and Sewing' ltlxllibit. "Senior Day". Baccalaureate Service. Final Exams. G racluation. 'I PageNinety-four 44 ,XXXL , . "'Xl S'l'Xl"l" IYVQIIIIQ lluIluw:ly'.. .. ...l'uAl'11liInl l'UllSt2llll'l' Hllimt. .. ........... 1113-Mlliliil Ilan liusc-In ...... liusim-ss Nlnnslga-I l'll:ll'lvs llvhl. .. ............ Typist lhwutluy lI1ll't.,. .,'l'ypist llvrtlm SUIIIIIZ. .. ....,.... 'l'ypis1 :um-s Vripps.. ...Sports Writm-I Hill llzmsun ..... ' Xlzlwvllzl NIc'l':1H XI1ll't'1'IlIl2l NIM ull... Xwla-II SUIIIISIUI' f,lll'Iltlll H1-ml L llvlvn XX 1'lf"ll1 I l:ll'rx' 4' Xluzvl rs l'2l YUI' I1- Ilalrrx' II page Ninety-fi ...Sports Writm l.it4'I'ilI'j' lAiT4'l'2l ry' l4i11'l'2ll'j' I.itc-l':1 ry' l.iivl':l rx' -1 ...MM ...XVI '57 nf if 4 ,fx Lyn Y Lffff'-. K . .XX 1 rr- 9..fk.x . .. 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