Muscatine High School - Auroran Yearbook (Muscatine, IA)

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For this reason this Annual Auroran is indulging in painting pictures of the lowly beginnings and the somewhat im- proved institutions thatf led to the development of our present high school, with all of its advantages. The first school recorded in the history of this vicinity was established in May, 1839, by J. A. Parvin, when Muscatine was known as Bloomington in Iowa Territory. Mr. Parvin procured a small cabin for his school at the rate of eight dollars a year. No salary was guaranteed this pioneer in educa- tion. He depended entirely upon the tuition he was able to squeeze from parent settlers, who very often thought of the entire venture as being silly. No records remain to inform us as to what subjects were taught, but in all probability lessons were limited to the three R's. Because he was evidently dissatisfied with his first location, in 1840 Mr. Parvin moved his quarters to a place which was near the site which is occupied by the Court House Square today. A few months later he mot ed his school to Iowa Avenue. After this we have very little information concerning him. Private schools also existed, but most of them seemed doomed to failure. The Hrst true high school wasestablished in 1864. On September 14- of that year, 100 hopeful students took entrance examinations, but only ninety were accepted. The Greenwood Building on Iowa Avenue and Fifth Street was occupied by this nucleus for about one year, after which Scott House at Third Street and Iowa Avonue was procured. Ti is school is the inspiration for many fond recollections in the minds of some of its graduates who still remrin with us. One lovely gray-haired lady, a graduate of 1871, smiled reminiscently when inter- viewed concerning her high school days. She dreamily closed her eyes at intervals as she recalled experi- ences for her youthful interviewer. School was held on the third floor of Scott House. The school rooms, although not very numerous, were quite adequate. There were the assembly room, commonly termed the "big room," and two recitation halls. Under the system as it was then, the high school course could be completed in three years. Classifica- tions were A, B, and C, rather than freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior. Each year was divided into three terms composed of sixteen weeks each, at the close of which very strict examinations were given. The choice of subjects in this school was considerably broader than that in previous schools. Algebra, natural philosophy, German, ehemistqr, botany, trigonometry, and the like were taught. Three years of mathematics were required. Grammar was not greatly stressed, one was supposed to have acquired all he needed before entering high school. Extra-curricular activities were slighted in this early school. The only form of athletics enjoyed was sliding down hill. Very seldom, if ever, were declam contests held. The one pride of the school was a debating society, in which fun was never lacking. Parties, although not sponsored by school organizations, were frequent occurrences in spite of the principal's objections to his students' being out late in the evening. Dancing, it seems, was not popular. The favorite game was "Happy Is the Miller." These festive occasions did not require a ballroom, most of them, we are told, were held in the basements of various homes. Graduation, as it is today, was the crowning event of one's entire high school career. The erxerciscs were held in Tremont Hall, located on Second Street between Iowa Avenue and Sycamore Street. Be- fore receiving a diploma, each student was required to prepare an essay in which he displayed his best mental self. This was read the night of graduation. In case the essays were too numerous, rather than deprive the audience of its ten hours' sleep, the officials spread the exercises over two evenings. The grade averages of the students were placed after their names on the announcements that were distrib- uted. Woe unto the one that stood at the foot of the class! It is interesting to note that at this time the girls in school greatly outnumbered the boys. This was due to the fact that learning to work was thought more important than learning to spell. In 1873 high school was started on the third floor of the B. E. Lilly Store, where it remained until October of that year. In 1872 agitation had begun in favor of building a school on the lots on Iowa Avenue and Sixth Streets. This idea met with favorable comment, and in 1873 1. P. VVa1ton was chosen architect of the proposed structure. The lots selected were on a high hill, on the top of which were a house and an orchard, and across the Avenue was Seiler's Pond, a fine place for winter skating. The house was moved and the hill was transformed into bricks. Contractor S. G. Hill erected the three- story brick building, the entire second floor of which was to be devoted to high school activities. The tirst floor was for the lower grades, while the third was intended for a school hall where entertainments might be presented before the general public. This portion of the school, however, was never completed. The largest room in the building had a capacity of 125 pupils. Besides this room there were a chemical laboratory, a natural history room, and a recitation hall. By 1374 the enrollment had reached its limit of 125, and every seat was filled. The course of study had been gradually undergoing changes. The most important of these was the provision for a four-year corrrse for those who preferred not to hurry through in three years. Latin was introduced and made a two-year subject. About once a year the school gave an entertainment, and it was with the paid admis- sions to this that charts, books, and an organ were purchased. On the afternoon of February 19, 1896, the school was discovered to be on Ere, and the bitter cold made it impossible to save the building. 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' 'S' 'fixg-52233-':13iir:'-L555121i5:1iL!.5725-Sw?-59-2.272755-ES. 15- -- -f- --m-K xxsis-sgzggrrr-gv,., .511 ' '-f'----1-L-:ate-.ndf-55:3-. -E555 Ci X Nliss Eula M. Downer, who is a well-liked teacher, and the ad- viser of Hi-Tri, has proved to be even more eflicient and capa- ble in her role as Dean of Girls. She is truly an adviser who has the highest respect of the student body because of the invaluable service which she has rendered, especially in training the girls of the freshman class. She is a graduate of Cornell College and has her B. A. de- gree, with a major in mathe- matics. During the last two sum- mers she has been working on her masterls degree in Personnel Administration at Columbia University. ..Y. Arthur A. Johnson, the assis- tant principal of the high school and business manager of all ath- letics, has grown to be popular with the student body even though he is burdened with the job of meting out detention peri- ods for students who fail to roll out of bed on time in the morn- ing. He received his B. A. degree at Morningside College and his M. A. at the University of Iowa. He has accomplished one year of progress on his doctoi-'s degree at the University of Iowa. Fmsr Rowz. Charles Hngcrmann, Joe Hill, Helen Ahlschlagcr, VVcrner Axel, Dr. E. E. Goss SECOND Row: Gus Allbec, Carl Gunzcnhauscr, Charles Kern, Ed Asthaltcr, Dr. VV. S. Norton --ew-i BOARD OF EDUCATION Wlith advancement comes organization, and with organization comes centralization of control. Thus was the school board ushered into existence. It came about as a necessity that some representative citizens should control and regulate the affairs of the school system. Turning back the pages one notices that the Board of Education has taken the path that leads to helpful and practical education of the youth attending the schools. XVhen discord arose, it was this group that was de- pended on to smooth the rough spots and stick to the path. It must do what it considers the right thing, even in the face of censure. Included in its duties are appointing teachers, principals, and superintendent, supervising the conditions of the schools, both of the administration and the buildings, and taking general charge of the educational program of the city. VVerner Axel, Ed Asthalter, Dr. XV. S. Norton, and Carl Gunzenhauser were re-elected this season for another term. Charles Hagermann heads this group as president, and assisting him are Gus Allbee, vice-president, Carl Gunzenhauser, treasurer, Miss Helen Ahlschlager, secretary, and Charles Kern, truant oiiicer. ,iw if YL ' 'gl ' X xr Qf FACULTY FIRST Row: CLARK BROXYN-, B. S., Iowa State Teachers' College, Aidlllldl Arn, ROBERT KINNAN, B. A., University of Iowa, History, Iakvlceflmli' Conch, CAROLINE LIEBBE, B. A., University of Iowa, Commer- cial, VV. HOXX'ARD NICILRATII, B. A., Grinnell College, Parsons College, Speech, De'bdl6, Drrmmlicsg ELDEN A. LICI-Irv, B. S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers' College, M. A., University of Missouri, lllarhrmarirrg FRANK J. Hows, Nil Ped., Greer, Armour Institute, Cnmruerrialg Looisiz GARKLR, B. S., Drake University, M. S. University of Iowa, illalhmsaricxg CIIARLRS Snoox, B. A., Iowa Wesleyan, Sociology, Jlluxic SECOND Row: Gsmtvisvs IVICCANDLESS, B. A., University of Nebraska, English, ESTELLE IIEEZEN, B. A., M. A., University of Iowa, English, RlTBER'T F. NIARK, B. A., Grinnell College, Englirh, EDN.-K IIINRICHSEN, B. A., Iowa State Teachers' College, M. A., University of Iowa, English, NRAL SANDS, B. S., Monrnouth College, Civirs, Econ.ou:ir.v, Foallmli Coach, NIARY B. RYAN, B. A., M. A., University of Iowa, Frrnrh, L.-xwRI-1NcR HILI.vARn, B. S., Iowa State College, Printing, LORRAINE JOHNSTON, Mus- catine .Iunior College, Lihrarimz 'THIRD Row: NIILDRFD STIRLRN, University of Iowa, University of Chicago, Home Economics, CARL C. LIRBRR, B. A., Carthage College, Sriefrrfg H. NIARGARET KEIVIBLIA, B. A., Iowa VVesleyan, M. A., Uni- versity of Iowa, Lalin., Speech, DoRoTnv TI'I.IaR, B. A., University of Iowa, Cnmmcrrial, ELLA OBRR- IKIEIER, B. A., M. A., University of Iowa, English, Laliug GENEl'.A Gia.-ics, B. A., University of Iowa, Seizure, DULLIE DULGAR, B. A., M. A., University of Iowa, Science, LEONARD HUNN, B. S., ,University of Iowa, Cofimzeririfvi, Track Conch FOURTH Row: M.kRTHA GKHAD, B. A., Martha VVashington College, M. A., University of Iowa, Hixlory, Eranowicx, INIADISON GRIIPFITI-I, B. S., Kirksville State Teachers' College, Illfzrherrllafiarg EIKINIA How!-2, B. A., University of Iowa, Eriglirhg EI.I2AIxIQ'I'II SMITH, Ph. B., Penn College, lwfrrhclurzfirsg Louisa jniucno, B. A., Iowa VVesleyaII, M. A., University of Iowa, Hixroryg LINDLEY Hoor-Es, B. S., Iowa State College, Vocaliarml rlgriruizureg MRS. BJIARIE RUTHENBRRG, Sccrelary, HENRY HIJLTZER, B. A., Uni- versity of Missouri, Science ' I X SEVENTY YEARS OF ADMINISTRATION -4... Personalities, more than anything else, leave an indelible impression on the minds of growing youth. If it is as true as it is trite to say that a pebble thrown into midstreani arouses wavelets that touch even the most remote shore, we may also say that the influence of the teachers of yesterday is reaching out into our school system, and that our present faculty is building up the heritage for future generations. F. M. Witter was one of the most important factors in the development of our school system, and especially of our high school. He was born at South Bend, Indiana, August 15, 1839. When only ten years of age, he left his native state with his parents, crossed Illinois and the "Father of Waters," and finally settled in Delaware County, Iowa. Later the family traveled by covered wagon to Decatur County, where they made their home on government land. In the summer his hours were occupied with toiling on the farm, carpentering, or helping to transfer large droves of cattle over the plains as far as Ft. Lar- amie. The 'foundations of his education were laid during the winter months. First he attended thc dis- trict school and academy, and later, in 1859, he entered the University of Iowa, from which he gradu- ated in 1361. In 1862 Mr. Witter was elected to a position in a Davenport school, and in 1863 he accepted the principalship of School No. 2 in Muscatine. At the close of this year he prepared a plan for organiza- tion of the Muscatine school system and was then elected superintendent of the city schools and made principal of the high school, positions he held until March, 1881. At this time he preferred to turn his attention to business enterprises. However, in August, 1885, upon the resignation of Superintendent O. F. Emerson, Mr. VVitter was recalled to be the head of schools. This position he retained until 1901. Other teachers, although not so well-known, played their particular parts in the history of our school equally well. From 1869 to the time that high school was moved to its first permanent quarters, the following teachers had been assisting Mr. WVitter: the Misses Alice Reed, Augusta B. Raymond, Carrie Barrows, jennic Cleaves, Marilla Hopkinson, and Mary Leyda. The Misses Lillie E. Morrison and Eliza Prosser were the assistants at the opening of the school-the fall of 1869. By the efforts of these teachers in putting on entertainments, the school was able to purchase a compound microscope and a four-inch equatorially mounted refracting telescope. The instruments were first class and cost 350 dollars. During the next two years the Misses Clara and Emma Lillibridge and C. E. VVhite were assistants. In 1874, L. C. Crossman was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. White. After March, 1881, when Mr. VVitter resigned, Miss Clara Lillibridge and Mr. Crossman managed the school until the end of the term. R. B. Huff was elected to fill Mr. NVitter's position. In March, 1882, Miss Lillibridge accepted the principalship of the high school in NVaterloo.' Mr. Crossman, as first assistant, and Miss Sarah V. johnson, as second, finished the school year. Mr. Huff continued as prin- cipal, and Mr. Crossman, as first assistant: until june, 1884. ln 1882-83, George M. Whicher was assistant with Mr. Crossman. In 1883-84, E. F. Schall suc- ceeded Mr. WVhicher. O. F. Emerson succeeded Mr. Huff as superintendent and principal of the high school in 1884. Mr. Schall became first assistant- and Miss Anna B. Cloud, second. Mr. Emerson resigned in August, 1885, when Mr. Witter was again elected superintendent, and Mr. Schall became principal of the high school. He retained this position until 1901. During the time that Mr. Schall was principal the following teachers assisted: the Misses Anna B. Cloud, Agnes B. Hatch, Emma F. Underwood, Laura Eaton, Fannie C. Hadley, Emma Rankin, Leona E. Howe, Mary E. Whicher, Ella Knoll, Mary Ryan, Ellen H. Neallyg Mrs. Emma L. Mahin, G. J. Roberts, O. D. Longstreth, and I. S. Pepper. Since 1901 our enrollment and the number of teachers have rapidly been increasing, until today we have an even more efficient staff, numbering thirty-five members. After contrasting the teaching forces of today and yesterday we are confronted with some out- standing differences. First among these is the fact that in thc early history of our school system the education and experience qualifications of the teachers were not greatly stressed. In reviewing the history of past years one also comes to the conclusion that the instructors did little toward the social develop- ment of their pupils. The only organizations or societies that stand out clearly in the history of our school from the year 1864 to 1901 were a literary or debating society and the high school orchestra. No interschool contests of any sort were enjoyed and school parties were few. Today an entirely different situation exists. NVe have a staff of trained teachers who do their part toward making their pupils successful, both intellectually and socially: Assembly programs are provided every week, class parties are annual occurrences, organizations that prove a benefit to theirmembers are numerous, and interschool competition is common. ' Let us recognize and appreciate the worth of years of experience and industry, but let us also strive to keep the unfavorable portions of this history from repeating themselves. INSERT: Domzlaf Ahlf, F mznrix Pd.7liirhsf!1', Jllai-y Efrfgl Stein? Norumzz- K mars, ffm: L jfr1fxiflcQf1lg i 5 . 5 s 5 F a E s i 5 E E I H . K E n s S u . 2 , 2 I 1 E B s E : s 5 5 s 5 5 5 S 5 E : E 5 i 5 5 s 5 E 5 5 5 5 s E E S 5 : E F E 2 E E a E 5 i E . C1.Ant ALDERMAN Lincoln Science 'Q' XVILMA KA'FHRi'N ALTENEERN D lViIli1r Lincoln Language National Honor Society 3-45 Student Council 3-45 Hi-Tri 4: Curia Regia 2-3-4: Aeolian 3. Sec. 35 A. B. L. Dramatic Club 33 Auroran 4. Associate Edi- tor: Forensic Letter Club 2-3. Yice-Pres. 33 Debate 2-3-4, Iowa Nine and State League: Extemi 2-3-4, Iowa Nine and State eagueg Declam 43 Na- tional Forensic League 2-3-4, Pres. 35. All-School Play 4: Class Vice-Pres. 1-2: Slgeeeh Arts Club 4, Pres.: Non areil 4, Pres.g Musky Pep Club 4: Freshman Club Adviser 4: Original Oration Contest 4, State League: Chemistry Club 4: Representative Girl: Vale- dictorian: National Forensic League Contest 'O' f ELEANOR MARCINE APPEL Jackson Language Hi-Tri 4: Curia Regia 2: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-3: Basket- ball 1-2-3-4, Capt. 2-3: Honor M 2-3-4: Track 1-2-45 Tennis 1-2: Yolley Ball 1-2-4, Cagt. 2: Ping' Pong Z-3: Le Cercle ran- cais 4: Baseball l-2-3. Capt. 3 'O' FRANK FREDRICK BOLIYI' Bolt McKinley Cominercial 'O' lVlARlE Boac HARDT Lincoln General Glee Club 1-2-J-4 'O' HEl.EN LOUISE BREEDi.ovE Pere Jackson Language Curia Regia 2 Q- MILDRED FERNE ' BRooKHAR'r Rural Commercial Southeastern Iowa Shorthand and Typing Contest 4, Short- hand NVILMA N. AXEL Zion Lutheran Commercial Seco 1: Glee Club 1-2-3, Treas. 3: Hi-Tri lg Musky Pep Club4 'O' HARoi.n BAR'rE1.T Dizzy F ranklin Commercial lnterclass Kittenball 1-2-3-4: lnterclass Basketball 1-2-3-43 Football 3 IO' RAYM ON D BATES Jack son Science IO' VIVIAN VIOLA BEA'r'rY Bill Rural Commercial Track 1-2-3 'O' ml UNE lVlARIE BERGER Junir Lincoln Cmnmercial Seco 2: Hi-Tri l: lr. Ad Club 3g Baseball l 'O' AUDREY L1I.i.mN BILES Roosevelt, Chicago Commercial Scco 1: Glec Club 29 L. H. F. 2 'O' MARY ALICE BLEAN Jackson Language Hi-Tri 1-2-3-4, Program Chr. 2, Sec. 3: Curia Regia 2: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-3: Basket- ball 2-3-4g Baseball 2-3, Capt. 3: Honor M 3: Track 1-Z-3-43 Tennis 3: Valley Ball 4: Ping Pong Z-3: Musky Pe Club 4: Chemistry Club 43 lgancing 4 af-fa fi ft- iw if ltr 59.112 7l Gl- DELh'lAR LAVERNE CARTER Dr! Rural Commercial Tr. Ad Club 3-4: Swastika 3-4: 'Foot ball 4: junior Play: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil 4 Q' ETIIEL S'rEi.1.A CHAPMAN Sally ,l ack son Commercial -0- D0l.0RES lVlARIAN CHRISTENSEN Babe Nicholas Senn, Chicago Science Hi-Tri 4: Chemistry Club 4 'Q' lVlARVlN CRADDOCK Whitey Jackson General Basketball 1-2-3: Football 1-2: Interclass Basketball 1-2-3-4: Interclass Baseball 1-2-3-4 'Q' ' H SLM- R DAX'IS , if 1 L 1 X L Science -X 4: Rings .etter Club 3-4: F tball -2 3-4: Musky Pep Club 4: Senior Play 'O' ODETTE HELEN DIERCKS Du Lincoln Commercial Aeolian 3 'Q' NEYVELL DOLLNIAN Jackson General Track 1 NIARY ELIZABETH BROOKHART Rural Commercial Southeastern Iowa Shorthand and Typing Contest 4, Short- hanrl 'Of HIKRRISLEN ALLEN BowN Jackson Science Men's Letter Club 2-3-4: Auroran 4: Cross Country 1-2: Track 1-2-3-4 'O' .IOSEPHINE BROXVER Joey Jackson Commercial Hi-Tri 3-4: Aeolian 3: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1: Baseball 1: Volley Ball 1: Shorthand and Typing Contest 3: Basketball 1: Southeastern Iowa Short- hand and Typing Contest 4, Typing 'lv GRANT S. BRONVN Rural Science Non Pareil 4: Chemistry Club 4 'O' RUTHETTA MAE DoUc1.Ass Ruthy Lone Tree High School General Normal Training Club 3 'O' GLENNA lVlARIE ELLIOTT Baba Lincoln Contrnercial Special English Club 4. Pres.: Seco 2-3: Glee Club 2-3, Sec.- Treas. 3: Orchestra 2-3-4. Sec. 3-4: Hi-Tri 2-3-4: Swastika 3, Program, Chr.: Girls' Athletic Assn. 2-33 Basketball 1-2-3-4: Baseball 2-3-4: Track 2-4: Vol- ley Ball 4: Chemistry Club 4 'Q' JOHN MARION ELLIOTT Jack Lincoln Science Orchestra 2-3-4, Pres. 4 l N- ' fx S ' , I I ,- 4 - v I , I-.1 fx l b A 7 X all it fig kj, f If J fo: ly U RoII'ER'r CIIARI.Es EVANS Rabbi Jackson Science Hi-Y 3-4: Track 1-2: Basket- ball 1-2-3: Football 4: Intra- mural Basketball 4, Champions 'O' IVIARGARET LOIS EV!-IRSNIEYIER 1'll.Irg J :Ickson I4ZUlQ'lIIlH'E Stuslent Council 4: Hi.-Tri 3-4. Treas. 4: Curia Reglavl-3-4. See. 3, Pres. 3: Aeohan 3: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-3: Auroran 4, Exchange Editor: Basketball 1-2-3-4, Capt. 4: Honor M 2-3-4: Track 1-2: Tennis l-2: Volley Ball 1-2: Ping Pong 2-3: Non Pareil 4: Baseball 1-2-3: National Honor Society 4: Dancing 4 RICIIARD WII.I.lfKh1 GRAX' Dick Franklin CoInIneI'cial Orchestra 1-2-3: Meu's Letter Club 4: Basketball 4: Musky Pep Club 4 'Q' ETH G RCE HoEI-'FLIN Kcuuy Jackson , CoIIIIIIL'I'cial Hi-Y 4: Aeolian 3: Cross Coun- try 2: Track 1-3: Basketball 1-2-3: Football 3-4 'O' RICIIARD IRWIN HIcGERsoN Rui Jackson Science Men's Letter Club 2-3-4: Cross Country 2-3-4: Track 1-2-3: Football 1: Musky Pep Club 4 'O' BETTINA HUNTER Bctly Cranston Language Glee Club 2-4: Orchestra 1-2- 3-4: Hi-Tri 2-3-4: CIIria RegIa 2: Declam 3-4: LeCercle Fran- cais 4: Mixed Chorus 4 V -0- ARISTARCHUS CONE HUNTER CYXIIISIOII Smith-Hughes F. F. A. 2-3-4. Pres. 3, 'Fl'E2lS. 4: Aeolian 2-3: Men's Letter Club 4: Declzun 4: Cross Coun- try 3-4: Track 3-4: All-School Play 3.: Speech Arts Club 4 GLEN RICHARD FRYBERGER Izzy jackson Science Swastika 3: Basketball 2-3g Musky Pep Club 4: Interclass Basketball 3-4: Interclass Hockey 3-4: Interclass Kitten- ball 3-4 .O- lvAN HQRACIQ GOIIIJIKRD Illilcr Rural Conunercial Glee Club 4: Jr. Ad Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Swastika 3, Serif.- at-Arms: Ileclam 4: Speech Arts Club 4: NoII Pareil 4: Natiozizl Honor Society 4 'C' HAROl.ll il. GRAU Hml Ia ck son Science Orchestra l-2: Hi-Y 3-4, Sec. 4: A. B. L. Drainatic Club 32 Auroran 3, Sports XVriIer 3: Track 1: .Basketball 1-2-3-4: Student Football Manager 4: All-School Play .4: Junior Play: SDeeclI Arts Club 4: -Musky Pep Club 4: Cheniistry Club 4: Senior Play 00' FREDERICK A. HANK Friff. Jackson Science Orcliestra 3: IIItran1ut-al Bask- etball 3, Champions 3 'O' IOI..-X MAE HANK Hanky Lincoln Cotnniercial Jr. Ad Club 4,iiGirls, Athletic Assn. 2-3: aseball l-2-3: Honor M 3: Track 2: Vollcy Ball 2: Ping Pong 1: Basket- ball 1-2-3: Southeastern Iowa Slmortlizind and Typing Contest 4, TypiIIf-I 'C' LAXVRENCE M. HARTNIAN RIISZQ' Jackson Science Hi-Y 3-4: Intratnural Basket- ball J-4, Clxampions 3-4: Inter- class Basketball 1-2-.l-4 1-O' FRIEDA CLARA HASE Zion Lutheran .Cominercial HI-:TTI 4 2'-5 .-f""' 6 X AGNES HOUK :lggie Lincoln General Glee Club 2-3-4: Hi-Tri 1-2-3- 4: Normal Training Club 3: Curia Regia 2: Swastika 3: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-3: Baseball 1-2: Track 2: Tennis 3: Yollcy llall 2: Basketball 1- 2: Mixed Chorus 4 'Q' GRETCHEN CLAIRE KORNEMAN Grrtfh Jackson Language National Honor Society 4: Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Pres. 4: Hi-Tri 1-2-5-4, Reporter 2-4, Pres. 3: Curia Regia 2. Reporter 2: Swastika 2-3: A. ll. L. Dra- Inatic Club 2-3: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-3: Auroran 4, News Reporter: Forensic Letter Club 2-3-42 lleclam 2-J-4, Sub-lJis- trict Contest 4: Basketball 1-2- 4: Track l-2-3: Tennis 3: Vol- ley Ball 4: Ping Pong 2-3: Na- tional Forensic League 4: All- School Play 3-4: Junior Play: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Danc- ing 4: Senior Play: Quill and Scroll 4 'C' IJONALD Louis LANGE Birdrcrd General , Men's Let- I-2-3-4: Stu- C. Track 4: Musky Pep Track 1-2-3- 3: Stu- IIC ROLD IVIENDEN LAUGIILIN Hr1lIfc' Science Club 3-4: Cross Track I-2-3-4: -2: Musky Pep Club -2-3-4: 3-4: Inter- Intramural Boxing '01 PAUL MEEKER LEE MIz1'ur Letts High School - Commercial Glec Club 4: Jr. Ad Club 4: lleclam 4: All-School Play 4: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil 4: Senior Play 'O' IXLICE LOUISE LINDEE Sally Lincoln Language Student Council 3: Hi-Tri 1-2- 3-4. Sec. 2: Curia Regia 2: Forensic Letter Club 2-3-4: Declam 2-3-4: Speech Arts Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Musky Pep Club 4 'Q' IVIARI E LIN DLEY Pele Jackson Language Student Council 4: Seco 2-3-4: Swastika 2-3. Yice-Pres. 3: Non Pareil 4, Vice-Pres.: Husky Pep Club 4: Chemistry Club 4 CORRINE ELIZABETH H ETZLER Rural General National Honor Society 3-4: Se- co 2-3-4: Glee Club 2-3, Libra- rian 3: Hi-Tri 2-3-4,Vice-Pres. 4: Aeolian 2-3, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 3: A. B. L. Dramatic Club .2-3: Forensic Letter Club 2-3: Debate .3-4: Declant 2-4, Iowa Nine 4. State League 4: Na- tional Forensic League 3-4, Yicc-Pres. 4: Junior Play: Speech Arts Club 4: Freshman Club Adviser 4 -0- CIIARLES Howie Bullet Jackson Commercial Football 2-3 0.1 NORh'l.4N RDYVARD HORST Norm Jackson Language Orchestra 1-2: Hi-Y 4: Curia Regia 2: Track 2: Speech Arts Club 4: Intramural Basketball 4, Champions: JNII-School Play 'O' IDA ANNA HUBER Franklin Commercial Glee 'Club 2-3-4: Hi-Tri 3-4: Jr. Ad Club 4: Swastika 2-3: Mixed Chorus 4 IO' IVIURRAY ALLEN JACKSON Jackson Science Fl' ICTHEI, MAY KAl.l.ENBERGER. Fairport General Normal Training Club 3 ll' I CARI. KAUTZ ick acksou General Na ional Honor Society 3-4: Student Council 3-4, Pres. 4: Hi-Y 2-3-4. Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Curia Regia 2-3, Pres. 3: L. H. F. 1: Swastika 1: A. B. L. Dramatic Club 3: Auroran 3-4, Editor-in-Chief 3, General Man- ager 4: Track 1-2: Basketball l-2, Student Mgr. 2: Student Football Manager 2: All-School Play 3: Class President l: lunior Play, Sales Mgr.: Senior Play 3, Sales Mgr.: Sneech Arts Club 4, Vice-Pres.: Musky Pep Club 4: Minor Letter Club 3, Sec.: Interclass Basketball 1-2- 3: Interclass Baseball 2-3-4: Baseball 2: Intramural Basket- ball 3-4, Champions 3-4: Inter- class Tennis 2: Chemistry Club 4: Quill and Scroll 4 LYLE Ruarou lllICCUl,I.0UCH iliac Lincoln Science Forensic Letter Club 3-4: llc- clam 2-3-4: National Forensic League 3-4, Corresponding' See. 4: Speech Arts Club 4: Musky Pep Club 4: Orchestra 1: Senior Play :LQIEL lar 1 ': n 'lin General Men's Letter Club 3-4: Track 2-4: Bzslcetball 1: Football 2-3-4 'C' NIARIAN JANE NIARZOLPH Johnny Lincoln z anguage Hi-Tri 1: C ia Regia 2 as IVIARoAR1s'r ELEANOR NIARZOLP Babe Lincoln .angnage Hi-Tri 1: Curia Regia 2 1 Q . -Q bf' :N- t, Mn.1,1c13N'r Mums 5 X MASONli0l.DER Jllilliv Lincoln Language Hi-Tri 1-2-3-4: Curia Regia 2: Declam 3: Non Pareil 4: Le Cercle Francais 4,. Treas.: Mnsky Pep Club 4 055, - Lizs'1'ER L. MAXWELL. Ln: Franklin Commercial 'Q' Nom NIHEKER Pt-nr Jackson Commercial Glee Club 3-4: Mixed Chorus 4 FRIEDA NIARGUERITE KENT Irfflilld Franklin Commercial Crchestra 2-3: Hi-Tri3: jr. Ad Club 3-4. Pres. 4: Curia Regia 2-3: Aeolivn 3: A. B. L: Dra- matic Club 3: Girls' Athletic Assn. 2-3, Sec.-Trc-as. 3: An- ruran 3-4, Typist: lixtemp 3: Declam 4: Basketball I-2-35 llaseball l-2-3: Honor M 2-3-4: Track l-2-3: Tennis 2-3: Yollcy Ilall l-2-3: Ping Pong 2-3: Sree-:li Arts Clnh 4, Sec.: Non Pareil 4, Sec. 'O' IRM.-x :lRl.l NE LAM PREcH'1' Jackson Language Glee Club l-2: Orchestra 2-3-43 Hi-Tri 1-2-3-4: Curia Regia 2: Swastika 3: Declam 3-4. Iowa Nine 4, County Contest 4: Na- tional Forensic League 4: Junior Play: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil 4: I.e Cercle Francais 4: Musky Pen Club 43 A. B. L. Dramatic Cluh 3: National Honor Society 4 'O' KIOHN W11.1.iaM LEEDY lark Jackson Science Cross Country 1: Track 2 -O- K.4'FHRYN J. LIERBE Kate Jackson Commercial Seco 4: Curia Rcgia 3: Swas- tika 2-3. Sec.-Treas. 3: Non' Pareil 4: Chemistry Club 4 'Ol VV n1'rN EY L15 Rox' MANNHARDT W'hi1 Lincoln General Student Council 4: Auroran 3, Advertising Manager: Track 2- 3, Student Manager 3: Inter- cl ss Basketball 1-2-4: Class Sec. 1: Musky Pep Club 4 IO' LE LA IVIAXWELI. Franklin Commercial 4. NEl.l.lE NTARIE MOOM EY Jackson Commercial Girls' Athletic Assn. 2 'O' PAUL GOETZMAN St. Mary's Science Xe A Ll U60 7 JJ. tl? 1 N l X9 'R ROBERT KENNETH MlI.I,ER Bob XVilton Commercial Glee Club 4: Jr. Ad Club 4: Declam 4: Baseball 3: Speech Arts Club 4 -0- HEI,EN M. MOORE Pvggy Jackson GeIIeral Normal Training Club 3 'O' GEORGE EDXVARD OTH MER Gus Jackson Commercial Student CoIIIIcil 3-45 Men's Let- ter ClIIb 3-4: Basketball 1-2-3- 4: Football l-2-3-45 Musky Pen Club 45 lnterclass Basketball 1-2-3-45 Interclass Baseball 3-45 Tennis 3 if' FRANCIS PAI.LIscHEcIc, JR. Polly Lincoln General National Honor Society 3-45 Student Council 3-4: Men's Letter Club 2-3-4, Pres. 45 Auroran 4, Advertising Man- ager: Track 2-3-45 Basketball 2-3-45 Football 1-2-3-4, Capt.35 All-School Play 45 Class Presi- dent 3-4: Speech Arts Club 4: Musky Pep Club 45 Intramural Boxing' 2-3-4: Intramural Base- ball 2-3-45 Interclass Basket- ball 3-45 Representative Boy 'I' ROBERT P. PALI.IscHEcx Polly Lincoln Science Men's Letter Club 2-3-4: Track 2-3-45 Basketball 25 Football 2- 3-45 Mnsky Pep Club 4: Stu- ent Track Manager 25 Stu- dent Basketball Manager 2-45 Chemistry Club 4 'Q' ODETTE CORINNE POXVELL Det Rural Language Student Council 45 Seco 3-4: Aeohan 3, Vice-Pres.: Hi-Tri 3-45 Auroran 4, News Editorg Non Parell 4, Treas.5 Le Cer- cle Francais 4, Pres.5 Chemis- trsf Club 4: National Honor .ociety 4: Quill and Scroll 4 OO' ERMA BERNIECE RANN - Rural General Hi-Tri 45 Normal Training' Club 35 L, H. F. 2-3 UO' JEAN A. REDDICK Dutch Iowa City H. S. Commercial Interclass Basketball 45 Musky Pep Club 4 COZETTA ELENORA MOORE Co Lincoln Commercial Hi-Tri 3-3-4: Jr. Ad Club 4, Sec.-Treas.: L. H. F. 35 Non Pareil 45 Husky Pep Club 45 Girls' Athletic Assn. 3 -0- JEAN F. MooRE Jackson Language National Honor Society 3 5 Student Council 3- , Sec. eas. 4: Seco 2-3-45 H -TrI x, Curia Regia 2, Sec: Swa Ika 2-3, Vice-Pres. 2-. A. . L. Dra- matic I 5 A oran 3-4, Associat dito . . Make-up Editor 45 ic Letter C-lub 1-2-3: Decla 1- -45 All-School Play 2-3-4: ,llllDl' Play: S eech Arts Club 4. Sec.: Non lgareil 45 Mnsky Pep Club 45 Chem- istry Llub 45 Senior Play 'Ov FRANCES VIRGINIA MYERS Fancy Jackson Commercial Glee Club 35 Orchestra 2-4: Hi-Tri 1-2-3-45 Curia Regia 2-35 Swastik?-7 33: Basketball 0.1 lVIABEL LEoNA NASH Kirfdo Jackson Commercial Hi-Tri 1-Z-3-4: Swastika 2-35 A. B. L. Dramatic Club 35 Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-35 Ex- temp Z: Baseball I-2-3-45 Bas- ketball 1-2-3-45 Honor M 35 Track 1-2-3-45 Volley Ball 15 Ping Pong 2-3: All-School Play 25 peech Arts Club 45 Non Pareil 45 Musky Pe Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 lglancing 4 'C' RLITII ELEANOR NUSSBAUM New Boston High School General 'O' Cl.llfFORD LLOYD PANTEL Clif Rural Smith-Hughes F. F. A. 3, Sec.: Judging Team 25 Glee Club 3-45 Hi-Y 25 Aeollan 35 Interclass ,Baseball 25 Intramural Basketball 4 'Q' Lou W. PEARLMAN Luke Jackson Science Hi-Y 4 ... HENRY R. PLETT Hnrzk Rural Science Track 35 Speech Arts Club 4 5 1 R VW Ill ll I 4 ,f 7 LX Gamma WILBUR REESINK Dutch Rural Commercial Men's Letter Club 4: Cross Countrg 2: Track 1-2-3-4: Basket all 2: Football 3-4: Musky Pep Club 4: Interclass Track 1-2-3-4: Interclass Bas- ketball 2-3 4: Interclass Base- ball 1-2 'Q' GERAI.IJlNE ROTH .lvrry St. Mathias Language Student Council 4: Ir. Ad Club 5: Curia Regia 2, Vice-Pres.: Junior Play: Non Pareil 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 'C' Doacrrnr MAE SAUER Dtllffr Rural General Seco 2-3-4: Glee Club 2-3-4: Hi-Tri 3-4: Aeolian 3-3: Sec. 3: A. B. L. Dramatic Club 3: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil 4: Musky Pep Club 42 Freshman Club Adviser 4: Itlixed Chorus 4 'I' GLADi'S IRENE ScHM1TT Kay Jackson Commercial Hi-Tri 3-4: Southeastern Iowa Shorthand and Typing' Contest 4, Shorthand SMALLEY SMALLEY Girls Pres. 'J reas : Club -0- ORN'lI.LI-I WiLi,iAM Smrrn Conesville High School General 'O' RUTH SP RINGBORN Jackson Language National Honor Society 3-4: Boys' Glee Club 4, Accompan- ist:. Mixed Chorus 4, Accom- YS'lI'llSti Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Vice- res. 3: Swastika 2-3: Non Pareil 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Musky Pen Club 4: Saluta- torian: Southeastern Iowa Shorthand and Typing Contest 4, Tyliingg State Music Con- test, iano, 4, Superior Na- tional Orchestra Contest 4. Piano HEI.kIN F. REULINC. Jackson Language Glee Club 3-3: Hi-Tri 4: Curia Regia 2-3-4: A. B. L, Dra- matic Club 3: Debate 2: De- clam 2-4: Basketball 2-3-4: Girls'Athlctic Assn. 2-3: Base- ball 2-3-4: Honor M 2-35 Track I-2-3-4: Volley Ball 2-3-4: Ping Pong 3: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil 4: Musky Pep Club 4: Freshman Club Adviser 4: Chemistry Club 4: National Honor Society 4: Dancing 4 'Q' Tmsn.-i ESTHER REYNOI.DS TCJJ3' Lincoln Commercial Girls' Athletic Assn. 3: Base- ball 3 'O' lim-rica A. Rom' Denton Jackson Science Student Council 3-4: Hi-Y 4: Men's Letter Club 4: Auroran 4, Advertising Manager: Track 1-4: Football 2-3-4: Class Vice- Pres. 4: Class Sec. 3: Non Pareil '4: Musky Pep Club 4: Golf Team 3: Interclass Bas- ketball 3-4: Ice Hockey 3: Track 3-4: National Honor So- . ciety 4: Senior Play ' -0- ' RUTH IRENE RYAN Rulhy Jackson General Orchestra 2: Hi-Tri 1-2-3-4. Pres. 4: Swastika 3: A. B. L. Dramatic Club 3: Aurorau 4, Managing: Editor: Declam 4: Girls' Athletic Assn. 1-2-3: Basketball 4: Baseball 1: Vol- ley Ball 4, Capt.: Speech Arts Club 4: Chemistry Club 4: Na- tional Honor Society 4g Senior Play: Quill and Scroll 4 -0- ETHEI. IVIAE SANDER Lincoln Coinmercial Student Council 3-4 'O' ELSIE C. ScnRoEnER Zion Lutheran General Hi-Tri 4: Normal Training Club3 -0- HARLEN D. SHIELLABARCHZR Shelly jackson Science Musky Pep Club 4 oo- VERNON LLOYD SHONTZ Rem'ru11d Jackson General Student Council 3-4, Vice-Pres. 4: Hi-Y 3-4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 4: Stvastika 2-3: Auroran 3, Advertising Manager: In- door Baseball 1-2-3: Intramural Baseball 1-2-3-4: Intramural Basketball 4: Basketball 3: Football 1-2-3: Class Treas. 1-.2-3-4: Non Pareil 4: Musky Pep Club 43 Baseball 2 SQ 4z.,V. DAL, V. JEANNE STELZNER A Jean-ie Franklin Commercial Seca 2-3: Glee Club 3: Hi-Tri 1-2: Jr. Ad Club 2-3. Sec.- Treas. 3: Aealian 3: Auroran 4, Typist: Non Pareil 4 'CO RUTH M. STEVENSON Sh-tu' Jickson General Ili-Tri 1-2-3: Curia Regia 1-2: Aeolian 2-3, Treas. 3: lleclam 3: Non Pareil 4 -0- MARr:ARE'r CLARA TElCIlhIlI.IlER Rllurg Franklin Commercial Jr. Ad Club 4 -0- HARVEY IDONALD TESTRAKE Tvs Jackson General Hi-Y 3-4': Basketball 1-2-31 Speech Arts Club 4: Musky Pen Club 4: Iuterclass Basket- ball 1-2-3: Intramural Basket- ball 3-4, Champions 3-4 A 'O' joe R. VAN YssELDY1c jackson General Hi-Y 3: Men's Letter Club 3-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4: Intramural Baseball 1-2-3-4: Intex-class Basketball 1-2-3-4 UP NAOh'll JUNE WIEGAND Jackson Language Le Cercle Francais 4: Husky Pep Club 4 DQ' ANNA MAE YVHITE Jackson Language Curia Regia 2 St. Mathia 1 School General S ent 1 il 4: Hi-Y 3-4: OU' THUMAS HAROI.D il.soN 2 To: , irorax Advertising Mana- g 3 etball 3: Football 3: Ii e il. ss Basketball 3: Chem- ' Club 4, Sec.-Treas.: K Senior Play AN'rooN SMIT Tony XVashingto:i Science Musky Pep Club 4: Intramural Basketball 4 'O' XVILLIAIVI CARI. SPIETH Bill Jackson Language Track 1-Z: Basketball 1-2: Football 1-2 'Ov lVlARcUER1'r15 SUMMERS Illargc Blue Isl'xnd, Ill. Language Hi-Tri 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Freshman Club Adviser 4 PC' MARX' IrVlI.MA SYWASSINK Rural General Hi-Tri 3-4: Normal Training Club 3: Baseball 2 'Q' X'?ERNA C. TAYLOR Babu Rural Language Student Council 4: L. H. F. 3: Girls' Athletic Assn. 2-3: Base- ball 3: Track 1-2-3: Speech Arts Club 4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Musky Pep Club 4: Extemp 4 'O' IEANETTE RSTIIER N TERRY i Jen 4, Franklin Commercial orus 4 I H F 93 Sen Non Pareil 4' Southeastern Iowa Shorthand and Typin Contest 4, Shorthand Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Mixed Ch : 1. . . ..-.. '. 3: . gx IO' RUTH EVELYN TER Pfgga' Rural Commer Aeolian 2: Girls' Athletic Ass .x 2-3: Baseball 2: Girls' Socc r ' Team 1 'O' CI.IFFORD CLYDE X TESTRAICE Tee N Rural Commercial Glee Club 4: L. H. F. 2 WILLIAM ZANDT Izzy Rural Smith-Hughes Student Council 4: F. F. A. l-2-3-4. Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Judg- ing Team 2-3: Glee Club 4: Jr. Ad Club 3-4: Aeolian 3. Treas.: Junior Play: Senior Play: Speech Arts Club 4: Non Pareil -I: National Honor Soeiety 4 jEssI2 VERLE WAI.'roN Bud Jackson Science Track 4: Basketball 1-2 'O' WlI.l.lAh'l R. WATSON Bill Jackson Science Student Council 4: Orchestra 2-3-4, Librarian 3-4: Men's Letter Club 3-3-4, Sec.-Treas. 4: Cross Country 2: Track 1- 2-3-4, Capt. 4: Musky Pep Club 4: National Honor Society 4 'O' XVILLARD JIvII.SON l'Villy Jackson Language Student Council 4: AIen's Let- ter Club 3-4: Track 2-3-4: Football 2 -0- NORLIA MARIE WITPE Nannie McKinley Connnercial Glee Club 2-3-4: L. H. F. S NIERLE . You Sloppy Jackson Science Hi-Y 3-4: Basketball 2-3-4 'Yi XVANDA MAE ZELLER Jackson General Seco 2: Jr. Ad Club 4: Curia Regia 2: Gjrls' Athletic Assn. 2-3: Declam 3: Basketball 1-2-3: Track 2: Yolley Ball 1-2: Ping Pong 1-2: Junior Play: Speech Arts Club 4: Musky Pep Club 4: Baseball 1-2 'O' ORN'lI.l.E ZIEGENIIORN Jock Rural Commercial F. F. A. 2 BERNICE IRENE TIEDEh'IANN Be Lincoln Connnercial Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Swastika 3 'O' RonER'r PVILLIAM Tononc Toby Franklin Science Glee Club 3: Hi-Y 3-4, Treas. 3: Jr. Ad Club 4: Swastika 2-3, Pres. 3: Track 2: Football 3-4: Non Pareil 4: Chemistry Club 4, Vice-Pres. 'O' FRANCES FERNE TYLER Frmmfc Rural Language Hi-Tri 3-4: Le Cercle 'Francais 4: Senior Play 'O' Ro1IER'r A. WEBER Bob Jackson General Student Council 3-4. Pres. 3: Hi-Y .2-3-4: Curia Regia 3-4: Swastika 2-3, Pres. 2: Men's Letter Club l-2-3-4: Auroran 3, Sports Editor: Track 1: Basketball 'l-3-3-4, Capt. 3: Football 1-3-3-4: Class Pres. 2: Class Vice-Pres. 3: Junior Play: lnterclass Basketball 1- 2-3-4: Chemistry Club 4 'U' ISAIIELLE RUTH WEBSTER Izzy Jackson General Swastika 3: Non Pareil 4 ' 'O' MARVIN E. XVERNJER Jackson Science Student Council 42 Chemistry Club 4 'O' WAYNE WlI,BLlR PVETZEL Franklin Commercial Hi-Y 4: Swastika 2: Track 4 'O' RICHARD WII.soN Dick Jackson Science Hi-Y 4: Jr. Ad Club 4: Curia Regia 3-4, Treas. 4: Men's Let- ter Club 3-4: Declam 4: Foot- ball 2-3-4: Speech Arts Club 4: Musky Pep Club 4 N 0- -5 Q CN R. 3 sc lf- 1, if I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ...... ...,....,.., I QRANCIS PALLISCHECK Vice-Presiflemf ...... ........ E LMER ROBY Seeremfy-Treasurer . . . .... VERNON SHONTZ .......Q...T Q COLORS Sky Blue and Silver Gray FLOVVAER Sweei Pea MOTTO T hey eofzquer who believe they um. JUNIOR CLASS ...g.. OFFICERS President ,..... ......,.... . . .DONALD AHL1' Vice-P1'e.vizlent .,... Secrelary ..... . . . . . . .GERALD YVX MAN . , . .THEODORE VVILLHITE Tfvasurez' . . . ..... ..... E DYVARD D11 LON ---QQ-O COLORS Jade Green Silfver Gray FLOVVERS Sfweel Pea Lily of the Valley MOTTO Rowing, N ot Drifling .Awe - ,ff I S, -I 9 - . .,,. s ' S ., T I Q 4 5 is 1 , . . T, L xr ., -hx -h K . K X, . X ' , k S ,tj ' j K L A k A , - 1 :N I .- I t, . -I -T -f Q Q . i sr' A u. is V ,. F K s L N , Xa- . X 1- . - , N T -, 5 ..x,. A X X , - 5 I as - It .. .wi sew X Q t Q K1 ss Q N i ,ji A ., at ,sa , , Q15 N Tx cl Q 1 f if ' ' t - ' t "', . , it i , I A ..,... FIRST Row: Donald Ahlf, Rachel Allrnandinger, Lorene Altekruse, Florine Anderson, Charles Anson, Buford Baker, Irene Barry, Thomas Barry, Edwin Bauer SECOND Row: Esther Beatty, Stanley Becker Berm d B , . -, L . ,I 'a , f I ar: erger, Marjorie Bieber, Velma Bierman, Gladys Bill, Clayton Bosten, Bernell Bower, Mary Louise Bradley, John Brannon, Helen Broadston, Raymond Brockwa ' Hale " ' ' y, e en Brossart, Carl Browning, 3 Clark Brown, jr., Robert Bruemmer, Allen Butts THIRD Row' Dorothv Calvelage Leah Crm b ll M l ' . I . . , H. 1 p e , e VIH Campbell, Fredrick Carlsen, Edward Cash, Wilma Chamberlin, Richard Cheverton, Gordon Christensen, John Coleman, George Collodi, James Cook, Annabel Costello, Ra f D. l - ' 4 ' 5 aug Icrty, Glen Daut, Edward Dillon, Dorothy Duncan, Katherine Dunker FOURTH Row: Claire Durst, Myrtle Fekhardt, Reba Bis, Charles Blscy, Ferne Erickson, Stuart Esmoil, George liversmeyer, Donna Fairall, Dorothy Federlein Nina F th . . a - OTSY , Alice Freeman, John Fritts, VVayne Fry, Grace Frye, Robert Gauler, Leslie Gockley, Betty Graebner FIFTH Row: Margaret Gr-watt, Marine Greiner Betty G . . . .. a , ' .I remmel, Howard Griflith, Charles Gritton, Frieda Gross, Loren Gruber, Chester Hank, Mary Hayes, Edward Heiland, VVilliam Henning, Arthur Herwig, Agnes Hetzler, Harriett Hetzler, Marian Hetzler, Lucille Heussner, Trudis Hilton SIXTH Row: Orla Hinkley, Fern Hitchcock, Dorothy Hoag, John Hoag, Harlan Hoffmann, George Holzhauer, Marguerite Horst, Lester Hoyt, Virginia Houk, WVilma Hubble, Neva Hunter, Robert Hunter, NaDean Jackson, Hazel Jesse, Helen Kaufmann, Alice Kemble, Dorothy Kemble SEVENTH Row: Don Kemp, Don Kempf, Velma Kintzle, Alex Kochnefl' Nick Kochneff lxarle Kolmerer, Phyllis Kolmerer, Arnold Kolpack i i ' as + X A s N .Xw,, .N a ,Q Q 1 .Q , ,N K N, .. h N is s es" ef 'r 1, Q f - 3 N , . - . 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Cyril Rankins, Robert Rice FOURTH Row: James Richardson, Harlo Ricketts, Robert Riexncke, Anita Roth, Marie Rueckert, Clifton Satterthwaite, Harriett Scott, Albert Schmarje, Lester Schmelzer, Helen Schmitt, Margaret Schwab, Louis Schwartz, Virgil Sharar, Madeline Shaull, Margaret Schwertfeger, Anna Sheppard, Mike Siegel FIFTH Row: Marie Silberhorn, George Silberhorn, Leo Skolnick, lnis Smith, June Stange, Mary Stone, Jack Strain, Beverly Strohm, Bernice Sulnan, Clarence Talkington, Milton Taylor, Charlotte Terry, Norman TeStrake, Esther' Thicker, Dorothy Thomas, Lucile Thompson, Richard Tiecke - X . SIXTH Row: Robert Tiecke, Harry Truitt, Geraldine Tuttle, Anne Tyler, Florence Uhr, Henrietta VanderHorn, Edward Vetter, Lillian Viner, Clara Vormezeele, Milton Wagner, Vernon Walters, Bruce Watson, Louis Weber, Vincent Wedekind, Esther Weiss, Lois WhitIIIore, Trueman Wigim SEVENTH Row: Charlotte Wilkens, Theodore Willhite, Langdon Winslow, Lloyd Worrell, ' Kennedy Wren, Gerald Wyman, Maurice Young, Donald Zeug .,,1:.,:: 1 1. :QQ , S X is Q- ,. ' - r . , at ' 1 . - r 1- - , , - q ., . K I 'ss' sw 'x - - -- , , 1 -ra . t - wk, 2- -' N .3 N ss-sk ' 5 . , X, , V .f N.. , ,Q f ,tx Z id .Y . .,, . W ,. , 'K a W N 1 t , X E E S5 . . N , . t -C X s t QM, X Q Q X, - ., .,, -,... ,, - tr , L, f- . tx, . . .,.. .. Q ,. . , , ,I isa xx S , I A 1--- . r X R X D K xr " ., , . . W - W ,f N ,s was Q Q Q K N N ., , Q . ,... , - 5 tc.. 1: 'r we , ' Q . - ws ,L as 'W t KKLK , " - 5 ,Q .A , ,,., ' rs " , 'M ' 'L s W- -t as : N - t tt sr - Q. sw- - - -x s, , r ' av sg' " 4 . - ' ss . 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KENNETH SATTERTHWAITE FIRs'I' Row: Edward Ahlf, Theodore Allen, Earl Allmandinger, Freeland Babbitt, Celesta Barko, Wilma Barney, VVayne Barnhart, Elsie Batchelor, Louis Bayers, Genevieve Beach, Arthur Benninger, Donald Berger, Lyle Bieber, Harold Blean, ' Alma Bloch SEcoNu Row: Archie Bloomer, Virgil Boldt, Kenneth Bond, Nlarjorie Bosten, Dorothy Bowen, Miriam Bowman, Mary Lou Bown, Charlotte Braun, Edith Broadston, Ted Brockway, Harold Bronner, Delbert Brookhart, Dona Brower, Florence Brower, Raymond Brown, lrcne Browning, Dorothy Bryant, Florence Bryant TIiIRD Row: Bennie Burrows, Lorraine Butcher, Ralph Butler, Chester Butts, Larene Carlson, Lyle Carter, Emma Carver, VVoodburn Carver, Eugene Chelf, Elwood Clark, Sarah Marie Colberg, Richard Connor, Paul Cottrell, Curtis Cromer, Darleen Cromer, Marguerite Custer, Kenneth Daniels, June Davison FoUR'rII Row: Ellamae Demorest, Vivian Denham, Erna Dittmann, Bernard Dora, Blanche Easterla, Mary Ellen Elliott, wrlllllllll Fahy, Jack Ficken, Dale Fielcl, Betty Jane Fischer, John Fishburn, Leo Fix, Junior Fleming, Francis Fletcher, Vance Fletcher, Lolar Folsom, Melvin Foster, Merle Foster FIFTII Row: Ralph Freese, Lorena Frieden, Ruby Fry, Mildred Frye, Elizabeth Fullgrabe, lfVilliam Getz, Miriam Glatstein, Basil Glick, Leola Gorham, Robert Greene, Dorothy Greenwald, Wilbur Gremmel, Marvel Grimm, Odette Grimm, Clara Hammann, Leo Hart, 'Willyan Hart, Nadine Hartman SIXTH Row: Maida Hase, Walter Hendrickson, Harold Henning, Mildred Hermann, Frances Highbarger, Edward Hill, Lillian Hiller, Marlyn Hintermeister. Burdette Hitchcock, June Phyllis Holliday, Grace Horton, Arthur Howe, Jr., Evelyn Howenstein, Clyde Hubble, Lyle lmhoff, Myron Jacobs, Esther Johnson, Harry Johnson SEVENTII Row: Mary ,lane Johnson, Richard Johnson, Dorothy Jones, Wilma Kautz, Billy Keating, Nina Kelly, Roy King, Francis Koepping, Janet Korneman, Robert Kornemann, Iva Krell, Helen LeFever, Dorothy Legler, Orville Lemkau, Marcella Lewin, George Lewis, Harriet Lindee, Lucile Lindley SOPHOMORES Secretary, . . , ......... JACQUES MERRIFIELD Treasuref' ..............,...... DOROTHY GREENWALD FIRST Row: Euston Longhurst, Everett Longstreth, Clifford Loveless, Marjorie McElroy, VVilbur McFadOn, Helen McGuire, Elsie Dee McKinney, Maxine lVIcKone, Fern Maisenbach, john Maisenbach, Virgil Manley, Sophie Mark, Ruby Martz, Howardine Massey, Martha Jean Meeker, Betty Mercer SECOND Row: Jacques Merrifield, Edward Metz, Leroy Metz, Dorothy Miller, Lucile Miller, Nellie Miller, Ronald Miller, Loretta Mills, Grace Mitchell, Virginia Mohnsen, Paul Nlorrow, Gene llllortimer, lX'Tarion Narvis, Polly Needham, Harold Newton, Howard Niebling, lVlelvin Nycnhuis, Leona Odell THIRD Row: Marie Oostendorp, Robert Ostrander, Pauline Paetz, Otto Parker, Virginia Payne, Gloria Peck, Ruth Penrod, Carlton Pfeiffer, Harold Phillips, VVa1ter Philpot, Lorene Pippert, Mildred Plumb, Donald Potter, Gerald Powell, Roscoe Powell, Robert Prichard, VVilliam Pulliam, Margaret Ramseyer FOURTH Row: Bruce Ratcliff, Fae Ra-ushenberger, Mart Raushenberger, Loea Reed, Orville Reeves, Helen Reinsager, Loredo Rensink, Verna Reynolds, Fred Richardson, Marian Rinnert, Dorothy Rodgers, Lawrence Rogers, Jason Ryder, June Sackman, Kenneth Satterthwaite, Norma Satterthwaite, Arnold Sauer, Kenneth Schench FIFII Row: Martha Schlack, Edward Schmidt, Frieda Schmidt, Robert Schreurs, Twila Schreurs, Alvina Schroeder, Vernon Schultz, Edna Schulz, john Schweitzer, Maxine Sharar, ,lean Shellabarger, Donald Shepard, Anna Sickman, WilliaI1I Simmons, Virgil Smith, Anna Solonen, Ethel Spence, Iona Stalkficet SIXTH Row: lidary Elda Stein, Ladd Steinmetz, Helen Stelzner, Donald Stewart, VVilliam Stirlen, Charles Strouse, VVilliam Sylvester, June Teeple, Helen Teichmiller, Frank TeStrake, Helen Thomas, Beatrice Thompson, Patricia Tipton, Helene Toyne, Helen Turner, Mary Tyler, Jack Van.-Xtta, Joanne VanAtta - Slsvl-:NTH Row: Jean VanDyke, Dorothy Van Zandt, Edward Vaupel, Phyllis Viner, Margaret Vormezeele, Charline Vvebster, Paul Welk, Raymond Wheeler, Lynn VVhitc, Glen YVhittaker, Elsie Wichers, Richard WYigl1l1, Lucille Williams, Warren Wintermute, Arthur Witt, Howard VVorst, Lucille Young, Robert Zeug Q A A r S s 4 'S , - X . , , 'iss ' + sg 'mx BX ri. 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N o RMAN KAUTZ Vice-President . . . . .JEANNE RAMSEYER F1Rs'r Row: Anita Alden, Cleo Alderman, Fern Alderman, Margaret Altenbernd, Fredia Alteneder, Robert Andersen,.VVilliam Anderson, Chester Axel SECOND Row: Frances Babbitt, Robert Baker, Robert Barger, Robert Barnard, Dorothea Barney, Kenneth Bartelt, Dorothy Barton, Harold Barton, Anita Bast, Lucille Batchelor, Bernard Battey, Roy Bayers, Ernest Beatty, Vincent Beckey, June Beutler, Harold Bieber, Leo Bieri THIRD Row: Wayne Bieri, Delfred Bierman, Eunice Bierman, Susan Bierman, Sylvia Blake Clark Bloom, Velma Boldt, Delta Bond, Richard Borgstadt, Laura May Bowlby, Gertrude Bridge, Robert Brocket, Ruth Brossart, Thomas Bruner, VVinnie Bunn, Floyd Burnett, Janet Burzell FOURTH Row: Verna Mae Bush, Lewis Cadogan, Lewis Campbell, Minnie Ellen Campbell, Ellis Carter, Ilene Carter, Rhea Cash, Kenneth Chatlield, Marjorie Christensen, Mabel Christianson, Marguerite Clark, Mildred Clark, Iris Coggeshall, Karl Coleman, Robert Connor, Velma Connor, Edna Coen FIFTH Row: Edwin Cornthwaite, Howard Coss, Harold Courtney, Ella Mae Curtis, Arthur Danner, Henry Danz, Richard Daut, -Iacqueline Davison, Irene Deems, Esther Doering, Elna Eis, YVilliam Elsey, Helen Faulkner, Dorothy Feldman, V Dorothy Field, Raymond Fish, Dick Folsom S1xTH Row: Floyd Forbes, Cecil Foster, Norman Foster, Lily Fowler, Lucile Fowler, Lauren Freyermuth, Dorothy Frye, Geraldine Frye, Pauline Frye, Donald Fuhlmann, Raymond Fuhhnan, Doris Gaines, Robert Garfield, Glenn Garvin, Bernard Gerber, Nlarla Gettert, Claude Gifford SEVENTH Row: Arelene Gillett, Emiline Gillett, Marie Goddard, Raymond Goodwin, Leroy Grau, Arline Grimm, Arthur Gross FRESHMEN Secrezary .. .,... ......A A NN STEIN T recwurer . . . .Rov KAUTZ, JR. FIRST Row: Grace Gunzenhauser, Richard Gunzenhauser, Dorothy Hafner, Dorothy Haller, VVilIiam Hatfield, Kenneth Havemann, Elmer Hayes, Edward Healey SECOND Row: Jean Healy, Dorothy Heerd, Helen Heerd, Irving Heerd, Mabel Heiland, Dorothy Hein, Verna Hein, Wesley Herwig, Louise Hess, Joe Hesford, VVilliam Hesford, Harland Hetzler, Norma Hetzler, Alice Hill, Lester Hill, Eunice Hilton, Ranson Hines THIRD Row: Ruth Hitchcock, Eunice Hoag, Robert Hoffman, Lucile Hogan, Lyle Hogan, Estelle Holliday, June Holliday, Robert Holliday, Vcrl Holtz, Billy Holzhauer, Clara Mae Hoopes, Laura Hopkins, Pauline Horst, Bill Hudler, Orpha Idle, Charlotte Irwin, Twyla Jarrett FoUR'rH Row: Betty Jenkins, Frances jenkins, Frances Jewett, Betty johnson, Norman Kautz, Roy Kautz, jr., Berleen Kell, Neal Kemp, Paul Kempf, Arbutus Kill, Jean Klebe, Raymond Knotts, John Kochneff, Clarence Koepping, Jr., June Koepping, Evelyn Krieger, Ila Lamb FIFTH Row: Lamoyne Lawrence, David Leedy, George Lemkau, Betty Leu, Russell Leudtke, Jacob Liebbe, jane Lindee, Auro Lockwood, Serena Lockwood, Edwin Longstreth, Beulah Lucas, VVahnita Lucas, Virginia McBride, Richard McCaffrey, Francis lVIcConnaha, Nladeline McCullough, Dorothy IVIcEvoy SIXTH Row: Clifford McKee, Elsie McKillip, Madeline' McNeal, Billy Maeglin, Charlotte Mark, Carl Marvin, Howard Mathes, Irwin Maurer, Frances Mewes, Leonard Millage, Dearrel Miller, Kenneth Miller, Lorraine Miller, Sam Miller, Betty Jane Mills, James Mitchell, Mildred Mitchell SEVENTH Row: Ruth Mittman, Lucille Mohnsen, Eunice ,lane Morgan, Clytice Mortimer, Gordon Moss, Charles Mucha, Elinor Mucha, Richard Mullen FRESHMEN FiRsT Row: Verla Nicolay, Kenneth Nussbaum, Lysle Nyweide, Ruth Ohlsen, Delmar Olson, Eva Orwitz, Helen Oxford SECOND Row: Arthur Pankratz, John Parks, Annavene Penrod, Luella Peters, Delores Peterson, Dolores Pfeiffer, Marie Plett, Beverly Pollock, Leland Potter, Dorothy Prcssler, Wesley' Rabedeaux, Ruby Ragan, Jeanne Ramseyer, Clifford Randleman Kenneth Rankins, Vernon Rardin, Reuben Rasmussen THIRD Row: Marjorie jean Rector, W'alter Reesink, Keith Reeves, Risley Reuling, Lois Rielncke, Bruce Robertson, Phyllis Roby, Robert Roland, Margaret Romig, Lysle Roseman, Grenyth Roscnmund, Virgil Ross, Margaret Roth, Dorothy Rowland, Paul Rueckert, Robert Sander, Marlin Schauland FOURTH Row: Mary jane Schauland, Irma Jane Schermer, Lorraine Schmidt, Verne Schmitt, Kenneth Schnedler, Theo Schneidler, Norman Schoenig, Phyllis Schumacher, Velma Schwab, Lucile Seamster, Robert Shontz, Rosalyn Siegel, Helen Silberhorn, Beulah Simmons, Mildred Smith, Robert Smith, Marie Snavelyr FIFTH Row: Edith Snider, Alda Mae Spieth, Ann Stein, Bill Steinmetz, Samuel Stellrecht Flva Stone, Harry Suman, Sarah Louise Summers, Johnny Swank, Albert Sywassink, Letty Sywassink, Chris Tammenga, Donald Terry, Kenneth Terry, Warren Terry, Edward Theobald, Dorothy Thoeming SIXTH Row: Marie Thomas, Phyllis Thompson, Virginia Thompson, Louie Tiecke, Elmer Tisor, Norma Tomasson, George Unkel, Harriet VanAuken, Mary Jane VanDyke Phyllis Watson, lVIarg:n'et Wendt, Harold VVeierheuser, ,lack VVetZel, Richard Whittaker, Dorothy Wiggers, Nlary Williatliis, James VVilson SEVENTH Row: Frederick VVinn, Virginia VVinslow, Arlene YVitkoske, Lotus Woods, Dean Yoder, Raymond Young, Donald Ziegenhorn INSERT: Dirk Kaufz, clccivfl 1110.11 afrliwf .virulent -in high Jrhool i SQ Fl- X. 2 2 W -WW7-, Wm-F W,...,.,......w-W E E ff .525-5.13 ii.-5-,:. .Z..t., . . .. 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Girls' Sports: Gerald NVyn1an, Snorts Editor: Francis Pallischeck, Advertising: Esther VVeiss, Editor-in-Chief: Harrison Bown, Features: iilargaret Eversnicyer, Exchange Editor: Odette Powell. News Editor: Dorothy Legler, News NVriter: NVilmn Altenhernd, Associate Editor: Richard Tiecke, News VVriter: Jean Legler, News NVriter: Karle Kolmerer, Sports Editor: John Kochneff, News W'riter: Gretchen Korneman, News VVriter: Bob Brnennner, Advertising: Jeannette Smalley, Circulation Manager: Marian Smalley, Circulation Manager: Donald Kemp, Art: Frieda Kent, Typist: Jack Ficken, News WV'riter. baby ,ef 1 1- 3?-4' , r I . Fmsr Row: Odcttc Powell, Gretchen Kornunian, Francis Pallischeck, Theodore Willliite, Harold Van Zandt, Irma Lamprecht, 'Ivan Goddard SECOND Row: Maurice Young, Margaret Eversmeyer, VVilliam Vllatson, Corrine Hetzlcr, Florence McKenzie, Elmer Ruby, Jean Moore, Dick Kantz, Ruth Ryan Tnum Row: Ruth Springborn, Jeannette Smalley, Marian Smalley, VVilm:1 Altcnbernd, Jack Strain, Virginia Houk, Esther Vlfciss, Vernon VV:ilters, Helen Rculing i.,.fEp,,.i. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Prerirlezlf .... ........ . . .VVILMA ALTENBERND l"ice-Prexiflcnt . . ......... DICK KAU11 Secretary .... . . . FRANCIS PALLISCHECK Treasm-ei' . . . . .Comunlz HETZLER National Honor Society is a goal for which every student in high school strives. Those who belong feel themselves honored, because in the esti- mate of the secret facultycommittee that selected them they have ful- hlled the four main requirements for membership: good character, schol- arship, leadership, and service. Members of the junior and senior classes who rank in the upper twenty-five per cent scholastically are eligible for this honor. New members chosen at the end of the lirst semester were initiated on class day of senior week, with the members of the previous year and Prin- cipal F. G. Messenger ofliciating during the ceremonies. The local chapter is an active member of the national organization. -A- .'fXsTsIv . I FIRST Row: Florence McKenzie, Dick Kaiutz Sncoxn Row: Odette Powell, Agnes Hetzler, Marie Lindley, Robert Rice, NVilliam EVZIISOII, Elmer Roby, Vernon VValters, Edward Cash, Ethel Sander THIRD Row: Margaret Eversmeyer, Francis Pallischcck, Geraldine Roth, George Othmer, wvilllll Altenbernd, Harold Van Zandt, Verna Taylor, Marvin NVerner, Mary Stone FOURTH Row: Marian Smalley, Jeannette Smalley, Tom 'Wilson, NVill:Ird YVilson, Don Kempf, Thomas McGuire, Vernon Shontz, jean Moore, Edward Dillon .-T...fQ,..i. STUDENT COUNCIL Prexirlent . . . . .... . . .DICK KAUTZ Vice-Presiflem' . . . . . .VERNON SHoNTz Secrefary-Trcamrw' . . . . .JEAN MooRE The Student Council, which is designed to place a part of the respon- sibility of the management of the school on the shoulders of the stu- dent body, consists of members chosen by students from each honor study hall period. In former years the only duty of the student council was the govern- ment of the students in the honor study halls. This year the council in- novated the interclass mixers, and was in charge of all the finances for furnishing the mixer rooms, A-15, A-16, and A-17. The members of this organization are capable assistants to the prin- cipal in promoting his various projects. Through these activities the mem- bers have an opportunity for service and leadership. FIRST Row: Tom VVilson, Donald Ahlf, Harry Davis, Edward Maher, John Brannon, Frank TeStI'ake, Paul lylorrow Sxecoxn Row: Allen Butts, Harlan Hoffmann, Robert Rice, Theodore VVillhite, Louis NVeber, llarry Johnson, Elmer Roby, Richard VVilson, Lawrence Hartman, Lou Pearlman, Norman Horst Tnmn Row: Simon Orwitz, Theodore Allen, Buford Baker, George Collodi, Harvey TeStrake, Donald Kemp, Elwood Clark, VVayne VlLetzel, Trneman WVigim, Robert Toburg, Dick Kautz FOURTH Row: Billy Keating, Kenneth Hoeiilin, Brncc NVatson, Gordon Moorhead, Virgil Boldt, Vernon Shontz, Karle Kohnerer, Lauren Lindsey, Edward Ahlf, Edward Heiland, Harold Gran FIFTH Row: Robert Bruemmer, Louis Schwartz, Jack Strain, Merle Young, Mike Siegel, Robert Garfield, Vernon VValters, Arthur Howe, Jr., Clayton Bosten, VV'illiam Stirlen, Ted Brockway HI-Y ....... First Semester Second Semester DICK KAUTZ ..,. .... P reriffczzzf .,.. ,... Y VERNON SHoNTz VERNON SHONTZ. . . . , .Vine-Preriflem' .... .... D ONALD KEMP HAROLD GRALT, . . .... Secretary ..... .,,... A LLEN BUTTS PAUL MORROXXV. . . ....,.. Trenwrer .... . . ,KARLE KOLMERER ALLEN BUTTs. . . .... Sergefmt-at-flrwlr. . . .... NORNTAN HORST Hi-Y is a Y. M. C. A. club, organized for the purpose of advancing the general welfare and friendship of its members. Good fellowship, Z1 valuable factor in the life of every boy, is developed in the weekly luncheon meetings of this organization. The outstanding features of the yezu"s activities were the Hi-Y as- sembly, the Hi-Y-Hi-Tri luncheon, and the Hi-Y-Hi-Tri party, which was in the form of a country-school box social. All of these events are annual occurrences. Sophomore, junior, and senior boys make up the membership of this club, which is limited to forty. Henry Holtzer, well-known member of the faculty, is the sponsor of the group. : if if .rs 5 s ' x I 5 , l . 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R Q t t , . , A -51" if , , s ' 1 A as X' Fms'r Row: Marian Smalley, Jeannette Smalley, Gretchen Korneman, Polly Needham, Lela Potter Marjorie McElroy, Ellamae Demorest, Fern Hitchcock, Agnes Houk, Ida Huber, Ruth Ryan SECOND Row: Corrine Hetzler, Erma Rann, Margaret Schwab, NVilma Altenhernd, Glenna Elliott, Trudis Hilton, Helen Schmitt, Erna Dittman, Elsie Dee McKinney, Mary Alice Blean, Millicent Masonholder, Helen Reuling, Marian Hetzler, Frieda Hase THIRD Row: Bettina Hunter, jean Legler, Dorothy Duncan, Annabel Costello, Margaret Ramseyer Dorothy Greenwald, Frieda Gross, Verna Reynolds, Margaret Schwertfeger, Esther Thieker, Mary Tyler, Lucile Thompson, Frances Tyler, Frances Myers Fourrrn Row: Odette Powell, Margaret Eversmeyer, Charlotte Braun, Beverly Pollock, Gladys Bill Betty Gremmel, Dorothy Bowen, Gladys Schmitt, Mary Stone, Neva Melton, Maxine McKone, Martha Jean Meeker, Cozetta Moore, Irma Lamprecht Fu-'Tn Row: Dorothy Sauer, Alice Lindee, Agnes Hetzler, Eleanor Appel, Elva Stone, Willyan Hart, Marguerite Summers, Harriet Lindee, Florence Marten, Velma Bierman, Elsie Wichers, Virginia Hook, Lucille Heussner, Mary Sywassink S1x'rn Row: Marie Rueckert, Dolores Christensen, Evelyn Nettleton, Frances Highbarger, Josephine Brower, Lorene Altekruse, Mary jane johnson, June Davison, Dorothy Rodgers, Mabel Nash, 'Anna Sickman, Harriett Hetzler, Katherine Dunker, Elsie Schroeder 3 Q 1 M...Q,.M HI-TRI -.,.. Preridcur . .... ........... . . , ...,... RUTH RYAN Vice-Prexifieut . , ..., IJOROTHY GREENYVAI,D Secretary ..... . . .MARGARET EVERSMEYER Trea.vurer ........,.,.......... ..... ...... C 0 RRINE HETZLER The local Hi-Tri is an active unit of a national organization of high school Girl Reserves. The emblem of the Y. YV. C. A., the blue triangle, is symbolic of the three-fold purpose of this club, to develop the physical, moral, and social environment of the girls. The programs, arranged by the members and given at the monthly meetings, are instructive and entertaining. Activities of this organization are many and Varied. During the past year members participated in vari- ous service projects, joint meetings with Hi-Y, a visit to several local in- dustrial plants, and the five-city Week-end conference. ' Miss Eula Downer, dean of girls, and Miss Nlildred Snider, Girl Reserve secretary, are the advisers of the club. FIRST' Row: Miriam Glatstein, jacques Merrifield, june Davison, John Fishburn, Pauline Paetz Srzcomu Row: Marian Smalley, jeannette Smalley, Billy Keating, Dorothy Legler, Lawrence Rogers, Anne Tyler, Robert Greene, Patricia Tipton, Richard VVilson, Helen Reuling, Mary Elda Stein Turku Row: Loretta Mills, Margaret Eversmeyer, George Collodi, Gloria Peck, VVilma Kautz, VVilma Altenbernd, Ruth Penrod, Harriet Lindee, Alice Kemhle, Anna Sickman, Robert NVeber Fouirrn Row: Charlotte Braun, Ellamae Demorest, Marion Narvis, Frances Highbarger, Leo Hart, Grace Nlitchell, Lyle Bieber, Geraldine Tuttle, VVilliam Stirlen, Howard YVorst, Martha jean Meeker Fiwru Row: Lillian Hiller, Dorothy Greenwald, Marjorie Bosten, Mildred Jean Hermann, Elsie Dee McKinney, Lola Folsom, Joanne Van Atta, Harold Blean, Janet Korneman, Marvel Grimm, Ladd Steinmetz CURIA REGIA '-40" First Semester Second Semester JOHN FISHBURN ..... .... P resilient ..... . . FRANCES HIGHBARGER ELLAMAE iD1iMORl'IS'I' . . . . .Vine-Pre.fidenf .... ..... P ATRICIA TIPTON ANNA SICKMAN ...... . .,.. Secretary ...,. . . .MARION NARVIS RICHARD W1LsoN .... , . . , . .Trearuref-. . , . . .LADD STEINMETZ The purpose of Curia Regia, which is composed of second, third, and fourth year Latin students, is to promote interest in Latin and to help the members become better acquainted with the customs and literature of the ancient Romans. S This society, the oldest active club in school, Was founded in 1911. However, a year or so later all clubs of M. H. S. were required to dis- band, and so it was not un-til 1914 that Curia Regia was reorganized. Ever since that time this club has carried on its regular monthly meetings, with interesting and educational programs. ' This year the club has been under the direction of Miss H. Margaret Kemble, Miss Ella Obermeier, and Miss Alice Stapleton. FIRST Row: Bettina Hunter SECOND Row: Geraldine Roth, Ruth Springborn, Gretchen Korncnmn, Millicent Mzlsonliolder, X"0l'llIl Taylor, Frances Tyler 'I'1-mm Row: Odette Powell, Alice Lindce, Eleanor Appel, Marguerite Summers, Naomi YViegnnd, Irma Lxnnprecht LE CERCLE FRANCAIS A DEJEUNER 140'- P1'85i1I'tI:'lf . , . ..,, . . ODETTE POXVELL Vic.e-Preriflezzt. . . . . . XWERNA TAYLOR Secretary .... ........ l RMA LAMPRECHT Trefuurer . . , . , MrLLxcEN'r MASONIXOLDER Parlez-vous francais? These thirteen senior girls do. The first Tues- day morning of every month they meet at school at 7:00 o'clock for break- fast and hold their meeting. All activities, including the parliamentary procedure, are carried on in French. The Nl. H. S. student body would have to attend one of these meetings to appreciate its comedians. Outstanding events of the year for this group were the May breakfast at VVeed Park and the Christmas breakfast party. The year 1930 was the last time previous to the fall of 1933 that M. H. S. had a French club. This group included five boys and sixteen girls. Menibership in the present organization is open to anyone who is taking the second year of French. FIRST Row: Erma Rann, Geraldine Roth, Lynn VVhite, Marian Smalley, Jeannette Smalley, Esther YVeiss, Vernon Shontz, VVilma Altenhernd, Ivan Goddard, Frieda Kent, Arthur Nyenhuis, jean Moore SECOND Row: Merle Young, Dorothy Sauer, jack Strain, Dorothy Legler, Cone Hunter, June Sackman, Trueman Vlfigim, Millicent lNIasunholder, Edward Vaupel, Richard Tiecke, Helen Reuling, ' Robert Toborg Tnuui Row: Charlotte Terry, Donald Zeug, Marie Lindley, Robert Tieckc, Audrey Biles, Robert Miller, Lorene Altekruse, NVilliam VVatson, Patricia Tipton, Cozetta Moore, Grant Brown, Kathryn Liebhe Fouwrn Row: Billy Keating, jean Legler, Delmar Carter, Margaret Evcrsmeyer, Paul Lee, Lucile Lindley, Robert Bruemmer, Isabelle Vifebster, Karle Kolmerer, VVilma Chamberlin, .Virginia Houk, .Elmer Roby FIFTH Row: Helen Kaufmann, Gretchen Korneman, Odette Powell, Ruth Springhorn, Theodore YVillhite, Mabel Nash, Anna Sickman, Elsie Dec lVIcKinney, Jeanette Terry, Verna Reynolds, Harold Van Zandt, Irma Lamprecht ........Q,,.M.... NON EQREIL President ....... ..... . . ,VVILMA ALTENBERND Vic.e-Pre.fi1lef1i . . . ...... MAME LINDLEY Sen'etov'y .... ..... F RIEDA KENT Treofurer ....,............................. ODETTE POWELL This year members of the three literary societies, L. H. F., Aeolian, and Swastika, decided that with their combined eiiorts and ideas they could form one larger literary society and make it three or more times as suc- cessful as the former organizations. Thus the Non Pareil Literary Society was formed. Interesting programs were presented at the monthly meetings, includ- ing musical selections and talks on current events and poetry, These ac- tivities were under the supervision of the advisers of the club, Miss Estelle Heezen, Miss Emma Howe, and Miss Edna Hinrichsen. Any sophomore, junior, or senior is eligible for membership in this society, which was one of the largest groups in M. H. S. during the past year. ' FIRST Row: Margaret Schwab, Harvey 'l'eStrake, Gretchen Korneman, Dick Kautz, VVilma Chaunherlin, Randall O'Brien SECOND Row: Lyle McCullough, Maurice Young, Francis Pallischeek, Miriam Glatstein, john Fishhnrn, June Davison, Fred Richardson, Lillian Hiller, lvlarion Narvis, Mabel Nash, Ivan Goddard, Irma Lamprecht, Langdon VVinslow, jean Moore Tnrnn Row: NVanda Zeller, Robert Miller, Agnes Hetzler, Cone Hunter, Geraldine Tuttle, Theodore VVillhite, Frances Highharger, George Eversmeyer, Marjorie Bieber, Anna Sickman, Helen Reuling, Henry Plett, Ruth Ryan, Harold Grau Fouwrn Row: Marian Smalley, Jeannette Smalley, Lynn W'hite, W'ilma Barney, Paul Wclk, Corrine Hetzler, Donald Shepard, Mary Stone, Dorothy McFadden, Dorothy Thomas, Ted Brockway, Phyllis Mucha, Norman Horst, Mary Elda Stein Fufrn Row: Dorothy Sauer, Gordon Moorhead, Alice Lindee, Paul Lee, Charlotte Braun, jack Strain, Dorothy Greenwald, Marjorie Bosten, Lorene Altekruse, Harold Blean, Verna Taylor, Richard Wilson, Hazel jesse, Arthur Howe, Jr. S1x'rH Row: Buford Baker, Lola Folsom, Loren Gruber, YVilma Altenbernd, Harold Van Zandt, Frieda Kent, Don Kemp SPEECH ARTS CLUB '-'91 Prexirlent ............................... YVILMA ALTENBERND Vice-Prefiflenf .. ....,.. Dick KAUTZ Secretary ..,.,. . ....,. JEAN lVIOORE Treasurer ......,..... .... ly 'IARIAN SMALLEY COITEIPOII-lfiilg Secretary ........................., FRIEDA KENT The Speech Arts Club was organized temporarily this year by members of the former A. B. L. Dramatic Club and Forensic Letter Club for the pur- pose of promoting further interest and skill in speech work of all types. The individual members feel that it is one of the most enjoyable and bene- ficial clubs in the high school. This group sponsored all high school plays and forensic contests, had charge of the freshman speech Week, held an alumni meeting and pro- gram, and had very novel and unique monthly meetings of its own. Un- der the able supervision and assistance of the advisers, VV. H. Mcllrath and H. Margaret Kemble, the club has accomplished a great deal that the members had believed was beyond their reach. aff . 1 1- ,- -- .----:- Y , Helen Stelzner, Annu Sickmnn Sscoxu Row: llelene Toyne, Marie Lindley, Audrey Biles, Chairline Webster, Glenna Elliott, Jean Vain Dyke, Alys Lemon, June Berger, Jeanne Stelzner Tmko Row: Dorothy Sauer, Xvlllflil Burney, Marie Silber-horn, Esther NVQ-iss, Dorothy Bowen, Lucille Heussner, Nadine Hartman, Xvlllllll Chamberlin, Jenn Moore FOURTH Row: Odette Powell, Loretta Mills, June Saicknmn, Dorothy Legler, Trudis Hilton, Lucile Lindley, Lucile Thompson, Maxine Greiner, Kathryn Liebbe ..l...'G7,.,,1 SECO "-0.0- President ..,. ...... . . .MAXINE GREINER Vice-Pre.ri1lem' . . . . .MARGARET SCHWAB Secretary . . . . .TRUDIS HILTON Treasurer . . . . . . . .LORETTA MILLS Seco, the home economics club, derived its name from the words SEwing and C0oking. This organization increases and centralizes the domestic interests of all the girls composing it. It does much toward train- ing the girls in the problems of the home and their most practical solutions. Since the formation of the club in 1928, theater parties, potluck sup- pers, and exciting initiations have all contributed to the fun and good times of this group. Any girl is eligible for membership if she has had one se- mester's training in either sewing or cooking. Miss Mildred Stirlen, the faculty adviser, supervised the meetings, which were held every two weeks in the home economics rooms. r ' rx, s' ,. i I .,,.- . 1 f '. , i ' ' -s gfftcff, Us ufvvfifc vifffifvnfiffg. FIRST Row: Dolores Christensen, Nlariv: Lindley, Mary Alice Blcan, Norman Horst, Marvin VVerner, Harold Gran, jean Nfoore SECOND Row: Maurice Young, Gordon Christensen, W'ilma Altvnbcrnd, Grant Brown, Dick Kautz, Mabel Nash, Ruth Ryan THIRD Row: Odeute Powell, Toni VVilson, Henry Meyer, john Elliott, Robert Toborg, Helen Reuling, Kathryn Liebhe ...,..Q.,.M CHEMISTRY CLUB -Q- -Presideur ..... .... . . Gokuon CHRISTENSEN Vice-President . . . ..... ROBERT Tononc Secrefary-Tre: zxlzz' .e r . . . . . Tom NV 1LsoN Members of the chemistry classes formed a club this year, the first of its kind in the history of M. H. S. This organization has a two-fold pur- pose: first, to attempt to engender a wide-spread interest in chemistry, and second, to afford those who are already- interested an opportunity to widen the scope of their interests by means of research, demonstrations, and any other activities that are instructive as well as entertaining. The members of this club held their meetings every two weeks, at which interesting discussions and experiments were conducted by various students. The faculty adviser is Henry Holtzer, chemistry instructor of M. H. S. Siacoxn Row: Richard lliggerson, Francis Pallischeck, George Othmer, Nick Kochnctf, Curtis Cromer, Don Kempf, Clark Brown, Jr., Merle Young, Elmer Roby Timm Row: joe Van Ysseldyk, Richard Gray, Cone Hunter, Gerald VVyman, Theodore Allen, lvlclvin Campbell, Paul Morrow, Tom lN'ICGuirc, Arthur Howe, Jr. FOURTH Row: Donald Lange, George Reesink, NVi1li:nn Watson, Howard Griflith, Orla Hinkley, Alex Kochnctt, Clifton Sattertlxwaite, Ricliard VVilsnn, Clayton Bosten ----o-'gQ,g.- MUSKY M CLUB Pr.-zxiflefzf .... . , .... ...... . . ,..... .... . FRANCIS PAt.LiseH1zcK lf"ire-Prexifieuf . . . .... Tom MCGUIRE Secretary-Trearurar . . . . . .WIl.I.lAXl hrV:X'FSON The Muscatiiie M club is an organization made up of boys who have Won major awards in football, basketball, track, or cross country. The purpose of the club is to create fellowship among its members and to instill an interest in athletics among the students not participating. During the school year the club undertook various projects and en- tered into different activities. llts regular meetings were bi-weekly. Every year one of the features is the initiation. At this time all new members take part in a ceremony that sometimes leaves its stamp and dire effects upon the initiates for days to come. The requirements for a major letter are decided by the athletic com- mittee, composed of one school board member, the school superintendent, principal, athletic director, and the team captains. FIRST Row: Margaret Tcichmillcr, Maurice Young, Robert Miller, Ida Huber, llarold Van Zandt, lfcrne Erickson Srtcoxln Row: Delmar Carter, VVanda Zeller, Earl Pvsnrnd, Ivan Goddard, Mabel Nash, Richard VVilson, Iola llank, Frieda Hasc THIRD Row: Paul Lee, Dorothy Kumble, Louis Schwartz, Frieda Kent, llarlo Ricketts, Cnzctta Moore, Ruhcrt Tohorg, Katherine Dunkcr JUNIOR AD CLUB -...- Preriflfwl .... . . . FRIEDA KENT Vice-Pf's.fifle11r . . . . . . IVAN Goummo Sm'r'efa1'y-T1'm.v1u'e1' , . . . .Cozmrrn Mooma junior Ad Club, so named because it is composed of high school stu- dents interested in advertising, was formed for the purpose of learning more about advertising and conducting business. The program usually consists of a discussion, by an outside speaker, of some problem in advertising or of a new commercial law. Herbert VVes- trate, a graduate of the University of Iowa, and a former advertising man- ager of the Auroran, was the speaker for the first meeting this year. His subject was "Layout in Advertising." Under the excellent leadership of F. Howe, the club is keeping pace with the best in the high school. Any student that has taken a com- mercial course or is interested in commercial projects is eligible for mem- bership. FIRST Row: Vance Fletcher, Gordon Moorhead, Ruth Springborn, accompanist, Clifford TeStr:lkc, Ivan Goddard S1-:comm Row: Harland Hetzler, junior Fleming, RisleyiReu1ing, Clifford Loveless, Leo Hart, Kenneth Chatfield,-Arthur Nycnhuis Tnmn Row: Robert Miller, Buford Baker, Paul Lee, Vernon XV:nlters, Clifford Pantcl, Howard WVorst, Harold Van Zandt M..,.g...M BOYS' GLEE CLUB One of the most recent musical organizations in Muscatine High School is the boys, glee club. In the early days of this school there was a boys' chorus, but not a permanent organization. The glee club, organized last year, is under the direction of Charles Shook, who also has charge of the girls' glee club, mixed chorus, and the orchestra. The boys sang on several assembly programs this year, and, along with other musical or- ganizations, represented Muscatine High School at the Nluscatine County Music Festival at VVest Liberty, May 11. The regular practice period for this club was during the fourth period on Tuesday and 'Wednesday of each Week. The boys spent their time Working on standard and classical music. An innovation this year was a series of programs given before the city service clubs by the members of this group, the girls' glee club, and the mixed chorus. t M FIRST Row: Dorothea Barney, Iris Coggeshall, Martha McConaghy, Eunice Jane Nlorgan, Lucille Mohnsen, Betty Leu, Nora Meeker, Harriett Hetzler Sscoxn Row: Jean Legler, Dorothy Legler, Arhutus Kill, Mildred Frye, Lillian Hiller, Ruth Jones, Dorothy Frye, Edna Coon, Mildred Smith, Phyllis Schumacher, Grenyth Rosenmund Tumn Row: Helen Kaufmann, Loretta Mills, Betty jane Mills, Dorothy Greenwald, Lucilc Miller, Norma VVitte, Evelyn Krieger, Agnes Houk, Ann Stein, Jeanette Terry, Virginia Vifinslow Fouarn Row: Letty Sywassink, Bettina Hunter, Gretchen Korneman, janet Korneman, Elsie Dee McKinney, Ida Huber, Virginia Houk, Helen Stelzner, Harriet Lindee, Sarah Louise Summers, Dorothy VViggcrs FIFTH Row: Dorothy Sauer, Charlotte Terry, Virginia McBride, Audrey Bilcs, Grace Mitchell, Margaret Altenbernd, Mary jane Van Dyke, Dorothy jones, Velma Schwab, Velma Kintzle, Martha Jean Meeker GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The girls' glee club, composed of fifty voices, has the largest member- ship since its organizationin 1912. In the early days the girls practised after school hours, and, consequently, the directors found it more difiicult to maintain a large group. The first public appearance of the M. H. S. girls' glee club was in 1914 at a debate with Iowa City held here in the high school auditorium. This year the members had several opportuni- ties to display their talent when they sang on various programs. At the first of every year try-outs are held in which the girls are judged according to the quality of their voices and their willingness to work. Charles E. Shook, director, works with this group during the fourth period each Monday and Thursday. O l FIRST Row: Vance Fletcher, Bettina Hunter, Paul Lee, Mildred Frye, Nora Meeker, Kenneth Chatfield, Harriett Hetzler, Clifford llantel Srcoxn Row: Dorothy Sauer, Risley Reuling, Virginia McBride, Helen Kaufmann, Lucile Miller, Eunice Morgan, Harland Hetzler, Grace Mitchell, Virginia Hook, Virginia VVinslow, Ivan Goddard Tmkn Row: Charlotte Terry, Letty Sywassink, Buford Baker, Betty Leu, Lillian Hiller, Agnes Houk, Howard VVorst, Helen Stelzner, Harold Van Zandt, Ida Huber, Vernon VValters Fovkru Row: jean.Legler, Leo Hart, Ann Stein, junior Fleming, Audrey Biles, Norma NVitte, Mildred Smith, Dorothy jones, Martha jean Meeker, Arhutus Kill, Arthur Nyenhuis , Fnfrrx Row: Loretta Mills, Robert Miller, Gretchen Kornernan, Ruth Springborn, Margaret Altenbernd, Ruth jones, Velma Kintzle, Jeanette Terry, Clifford 'l'eStrake, Dorothy Greenwald, Gordon lVIoorhead .T-.gAQ.g......-. MIXED CHORUS .-Q.-. A mixed chorus, is something new in M. H. S. It is composed of the boys' glee club and girls selected from the girls' glee club by Charles E. Shook. High school students, the faculty, and many others heard the harmony produced by these Voices this year on assembly programs, be- tween acts at school plays, and at the spring festival which was held in 'West Liberty, May ll, for all musical organizations in the surrounding schools and sponsored by the Nluscatine County Schoolmasters' Club. This group was successfully realized through the able direction of its leader and organizer, Charles E. Shook. The future of the club looks bright and promises to add to the appreciation of music in Nluscatine High School. in FIRST Row: Beverly Pollock, llerncll Bower, Clara Mac llu VVillian1 Faihy, Vincent llcckcy, Raymond Fish, Annabel Costello, john Brannon, Joln lliott, Frances Nlycrs Sizcoxn Row: Evelyn Ncttlcton, Robert Rice, jack Fickcn, E r Nicola, Elvn Stone, 9 Robert Korncmann, Ladd Steinmetz, Pauline Horst, Richard 1:1 Lznnprecht 'THIRD Row: Bettina Hunter, james Nvilson, Ruth Springhorn, VVilliam son, VV:ihnita Lucas, Raymond Goodwin, Glenna Elliott, Ilene Carter, Edward Maher, G n, h Rosenmnncl Fouivrn Row: Alice Hill, George Collodi, Delbert Brookhnrt, Bruce Rn li Marla Gcttcrt, Millard Mills, Dorothy XViggvrs, Elwood Clark, Madeline Shaiull, cn: unicls 0 .--...Q.,..... ORCHESTRA The Nluscatine High School orchestra, under the leadership of Charles E. Shook, olfers many advantages to the musicians in school. It aids them in learning how to play and to appreciate classical music. New pieces are continually being practised so that the group will have a varied repertoire to present a-t its public appearances at school plays, the county music fes- tival, and graduation activities. This orchestra, with its membership of forty, its regular practice peri- ods during the school hours, and its trained leader, evidences a decided advancement over the first M. H. S. group of its kind, which Was formed in 1913. . Students of all four classes are eligible for try-outs for membership in this organization. U y 4 Fmsr Row: Norman TeStrake, Clifford Pantel, Stuart Esmoil Sscown Row: Richard Pulse, Burdette Hitchcock, John Swank, Harlo Ricketts, Harold Henning, Vernon Rardin, Leo Fix Tr-mm Row: Delbert Brookhart, W'ayne Barnhart, Cone Hunter, Roscoe Powell, VVillian1 Henning, Harold Van Zandt, Ted Brockway GREEN HANDS Robert Anderson, Wayne Bieri, Leo Bieri, Delfred Bierman, Ellis Carter, Kenneth Chatfield, Howard Coss, Harold Courtney, Junior Fleming, Cecil Foster, Lauren Freyermuth, Glen Garvin, Claude Gifford, Verl Holtz, Neal Kemp, Edwin Longstreth, Kenneth Nussbaum, Keith Reeves, President . . . Treamrer' S ecretary Reports: . Robert Roland, George Unkel F. F. A. . . . ............. . . .HAROI,D VAN ZANDT . . . .RICHARD PULSE . . . . .CONE HUNTER . . .TED BROCKXVAY ..........LEo Fix . ..,.... . .............. HARLO RICKETTS Burdette Hitchcock Won the Annual Corn Growers' Contest this year. There were four boys enrolled, namely, Leo Fix, Harold Van Zandt, Cone Hunter,rand Burdette Hitchcock. Each boy entering this contest raises ten acres of corn and keeps accurate records of his project. Three judges selected from the county visit the plots during the summer and fall, give each boy an oral questioning about his project, and score each entrant accordingly. Each year the F. F. A. chapter has a corn show, and the entrant gaining the most points receives a trophy. The winner of the award this year was Richard Pulse. FIRST Row: Richard Pulse, Burdette Hitchcock, Ted Brockway, Leo Fix SECOND Row: Claude Gifford, Lauren Freyermuth, Harold Henning, Harlo Ricketts, Cecil Foster Not in picture: Delbert Broukhart i.,Q,...... THE 1934 JUDGING TEAMS The members of the livestock and grain judging, farm mechanics, open forum, and chapter teams represented Muscatine in the Iowa High School Agricultural Contests at Ames on May 10, 11, 12. They competed with more than fifty other teams from different schools in Iowa. After the contests the boys attended the Veishea celebration at Iowa State College. Leroy Peterson, a 1933 graduate of IW. H. S., was declared the winner of the 1934 Ton Lit- ter Contest. The goal of the boys entered in this contest is to produce at least one ton of pork from one brood sow in a feeding period of 180 days. This achievement requires a large litter of pigs and also careful management and feeding of the litter. Leroy's Duroc sow farrowed thirteen pigs on March 4, twelve of which were successfully raised. On September 1, the litter weighed 2515 pounds. The total cost of production was 577.811, or 3.1 cents per pound. This trophy was made possible by john P. Squire and Co. MIRAGE OF '33-'34 As we look in retrospect over the school year just completed, we see what those who have meditated similarly before us have observed-a gradual movement forward--accentuated and accelerated at times by a move by some ambitious group of students or ficulty members, and retarded at other times by those who cannot understand and adjust themselves to tae ways and manners of the present school system. The movement, however slight or large, is onward, The year 193+ saw great changes in economic and domestic affairs, which in turn reflected on gen- eral high school conditions and practices. Notable among the changes, principally due to financial con- ditions, was that in the length and number of periods. The schedule was changed from seven periods each day to six, each fifteen minutes longer than those of previous years. Half of each period was designated to be used for supervised study in order that the eighth period, the special study hour of former years, could be eliminated. There were only three changes in the administration of the school. Miss Martha Goad, the new junior college instructor, taught economics, history, and civics in high school. Bob Mark, Muscatine High alumnus and graduate of Grinnell College, took over duties as English instructor and athletic director and coach of grade schools. Lorraine johnston, a home alumnae, assumed the role of librarian. Along with the changes in the life of the student came similar reactions in the extra-curricular ac- tivities of the school. The Normal Training Club disbanded, because, under the new plan, there was no course with such training. The three literary societies in school merged to form one organization, which the members hoped would be much more eflicient. The dramatic and forensic clubs joined to form the Speech Arts Club, which sponsored all plays, originated a speech alumni get-together, delved into the past and established a standard set of speech records, and originated a freshman speech week during which the best speakers in the first year were determined. Two new clubs appeared on the scene of high school activities. Le Cercle Francais was again or- ganized, after being disbanded since l930. A chemistry club, consisting of students who desired advanced knowledge on the subject, was formed for the first time in the history of the school. Naturally, when looking at the past, there are certain parts more prominent than others. The honors and achievements made by individuals and groups of students stand out from the everyday chain of events. The tables were turned as to the laurel-gaining departments of the school this year. The forensic department, for the first time in the history of the school, won a major award. This year the organiza- tion won the championship of the Iowa Nine Conference. The debate squad also won its Hrst title in the seventeen-year period that the league has been formed. Athletics failed to bring the usual number of honors, although the year could not. be called unsuccess- ful. The football team enjoyed another season among the leaders of the Little Six Conference. The Musky basketball squad was unable to gain an even break in games for the first time since Coach Bob Kinnan came to lvluscatine. Most of the defeats were received in the first semester. The track season, opening in rather an unpromising fashion, was climaxed by the Little Six Outdoor Meet, in which the Little Muskies placed second. The intramural program carried out by Coach Leonard Hunn again proved successful in providing the boys not out for interschool sports a chance to enjoy the competition and good fellowship of ath- letics. In interclass basketball the victorious seniors defeated the faculty in the crowning event of the season. Dramatics were featured by two plays seldom attempted in high school circles. "Wappin' Wharf," presented by the junior class, was a pirate play that offered an unusual chance for character work. "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," the senior play, was difficult from the standpoint of settings, as well as from that of individual portrayal. Muscatine High has not been lax in the field of music. In individual attainment, Ruth Springborn won first place in the state piano contest and competed in the national contest. An addition was made in the group organizations this year when a mixed chorus was formed, composed of the boys' glee club and selected members of the girls' club. One important advancement in the training of high school students was accomplished when Miss Eula Downer, dean of girls, formed the freshman girls' clubs. YVith the aid of senior girl advisers, she carried out a constructive program, and the girls of the first year class were benefited greatly. The student council mixers were another innovation this year. The chief purpose of these was to give the high school student some place to go for entertainment and recreation after school hours. In conjunction with the mixers came the furnishing of the rooms A-15, A-16, and A-17 and the pur- chasing of a radio for the use of the clubs and classes at parties and general get-to-gethers. Attendance records were also broken, with an enrollment of 931 students. The largest class was the freshman group, with 399 in number. , These various changes lead us to see that each year there is room for advancement, room for im- provement. Plans are already being formulated for an all-school activity ticket next year. The future of many of the clubs is in doubt. There is a great field for advancement in the mixer programs and pep club. The ball is rolling. 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A . . wfx .Q-:kg Fms'r Row: Miriam Glatstein, Robert Miller, Gretchen Korneman, Loren Gruber, Frieda Kent, Paul VVelk, Ruth Ryan SECOND Row: Lyle McCullough, Marion Narvis, Dorothy Greenwald, Paul Lee, -lack Strain, Vlfilma Alteubernd, Don Kemp, Cone Hunter, Jean Moore THIRD Row: Alice Lindee, john Fishburn, Frances Highharger, George Eversmeyer, Mary Stone, Donald Shepard, Harold Blean, Helen Reuling, Richard Vlfilson FOUR1iH'RONX'Z Maurice Young, Corrine Hetzler, Marjorie Bosten, Lillian Hiller, Lola Folsom, Ted Brockway, Verna Taylor, Ivan Goddard, Irma Lamprecht L...,4Q,,.l. FORENSIC LETTER WINNERS MAJORS-Kemp, Goddard, Wilson, Altenbernd, C. Hetzler, Young, Strain, Korneman, Lamprecht, McCullough, Moore, Lee, Hiller, Fishhurn, Highbarger, Glatstein MINORS-Stone, Ryan, Narvis, Miller, Blean, Hunter, YVelk, Taylor, Reuling, Bosten, Brockway, Shepard, Greenwald, Folsom, Kent, A. Lindee, Barney FRESHMAN NUMERALS-Lielmbe, H. lletzler, Rogers, Leu, Rosenmund, N. Hctzler, NI. Van Dyke, Hilton TQWT NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE CHAPTER 281 Prerifleut .,... . . . ................... JACK S'r1tAIN l-"ice-Preriffellt ......, ..... C oR1uNE HE'FZI.ER Recording Secreiary .... . . . FRANCES HIGHBARGER COI'I'ZI?0IIlfiIlg Serreifiry ........,....,..... -.LYL15 lVlCCUI.I.0UGH flllf'iI8!'5. ...,..... H. lVIAnGAR1c'r KlfZNll3I.1-2, YV. Hon-'ARD lVIClI.RA'l'H DEGREE OF DISTINCTION DEGREE OF MERIT WVilma Altenbernd Donald Kemp C'-'l"'ne Hctllcr . Irma Lamprecht W' H' Mcnmth L Gretchen Kornc-man DEGREE OF EXCELLENCE fri" Miriam Ghtstein Jack Strain 'N ', ,' Maurice Young Alice Lmdee Miss H. lvlargaret Kemble Dorothy Greenwald John Fishburn "K I-Ulf' Folsom Frances Highbarger 'fi 'I Ivan Goddard DEGREE OF H.ONOR in Paul Lee Lyle McCullough ' Miss Willetta Strahan FIRST Row: Maurice Young, Donald Shepard, Dorothy Greenwald, Mary Stone, Lola Folsom Si-:comm Row: Franees Iligliharger, john Fishburn, Jack Strain, Corrine Hetzler, VVilma Altenhernd -o-'1Qy-o- MAJOR DEBATE AND EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING XV. Howai-to IVICILRATH, Coafb -4.- Question:-Resolvedz That the United States should adopt the essential features of the British system of radio control and operation. IOVVA HIGH SCHOOL DEBATING LEAGUE Southeastern District--Muscatine, second Affirmative: Hetzler, Altenhernd Davenport Aff. vs. Muscatine Neg. ..... Atl' Muscatine Aff. vs. Iowa City Neg.. . ., Att' . won YVashington Aff. vs. Nluscatine Neg.. , ,Neg. IOYVA NINE IN Aflirmativez Hetzler, . NV 0 II XV 0 II -Negative: Strain, Fishburn, Young Muscatine Aff. Iowa City Aff. Muscatine AH. vs. Davenport Neg.. DEBATE TOURNAMENT 'Iuscati .Alten Muscatine Aff. vs. Iowa City Neg. ..... AHL. won Muscatine Aff. vs. Burlington Neg.. .. Aft. won Iowa City Aff. vs. Muscatine Neg.. . . .Neg. won Nluscatine AIT. vs. Fairfield Neg. ..,.. AH. won Fairiield Aff. vs. Muscatine Neg. ..,. . .Aff . won Muscatine Aff. vs. Davenport Neg. .... Aff. VV 0 II ne, first place bernd -- Negative: Young, Strain Davenport AH. vs. Muscatine Neg.. Burlington Aff. vs. Muscatine Neg., .. Muscatine Aff. vs. Ottumwa Neg.. . . . . Ottumwa Aff. vs. Muscatine Neg. . Ivluscatine Aff. vs. Watsllingtoxx Neg.. . VVasl1ington Aff. vs. Nfuscatine Neg.. IOWA NINE EXTEIVIPORANEOUS SPEAKING CONTEST NVilnia Altenbernd, "Veterans' Bonus," second vs. YVashington Neg.. . vs. Muscatine Neg. . . . . .Aff. .Aff Neg Neg .Aff .Aff Neg. .AFL .Neg XVOII WVOII WOR W0l'I WNOII SVOII XNOII WOII WOD Fmsr Row: Miriam Glatstcin, Loren Gruber, VVilma Altcnbernd, Donald Kemp, Irma Lamprecht S1-:Corso Row: Gretchen Korneman, Lillian Hiller, Corrine Hetzler, Ivan Goddard, Richard VVilson . '1'9"Qf"1" MAJOR DECLAM W. HOXXIARIJ lVIcII.R,x'rH, Conch IOWA NINQE DECLAMATORY CONTEST GIRLS' DIVISION Ornlorical: Corrine Hetzler, "Martyrs of Progress," second Dramatic: Miriam Glatstein, "Laddie," fourth Iluumroux: Irma Lamprecht, "'Art Throhs," fourth BOYS' DIVISION Oraroriml: Ivan Goddard, "The Eleventh Commandment," seventh Dramalic: Donald Kemp, "Moonsl1i'nc," sc-cond Humorous: Loren Gruber, "The Fall of Georgie Bassett," third IOWA STATE LEAGUE s TEAM Oraiorical: Corrine Hctzler, "Martyrs of Progress" Dramatic: Donald Kemp, "Moonshinc" Hum.orou.v: Gretchen Korn:-man, "Schoolday Exercises" CONTESTS ' Pre-Sub-Disiricl: Hetzler, Iirstg Kemp, iirstg Korneman, first Sub-Dixlrirl: Hetzler, third, Kemp, third, Korneman, second COUNTY DECLAMATORY CONTEST TEAM Oralariral: VVilma Altenhernd, "A Challenge to Youth" Dmmafic: Miriam Glatstein, "Laddie" Humorous: Irma Lamprecht, " 'Art Throbs" CONTESTS Sub-Connery: Altenbernd, second, Glatstein, third, Lamprecht, iirst Counly Finals: Altenbernd, iirstg Lamprecht, first MINOR CONTESTS H...- DEBATE Muscatine Aff. vs. Monmouth Neg. ,. Aff. won Ft. Madison Ati. vs. Muscatine Neg. Neg. won Hetzler, Ilighharger, Alteuherud Strain, Young Monmouth AIT. vs. Muscatine Neg. .. .Neg. won Muscatine Aff. vs. East Moline Neg. . Ati. won Strain, Fishburn, Young lletzler, llighbarger, Alteuberud Muscatine Aff. vs. Ft. Madison Neg. . AH. won East Moline Aff. vs. Muscatine Neg. . Neg. xron lit-tzler, Altenhernd Strain, Fishburu, Young RXTEMPOKANFOUS SI'I'iAKlNG Rock Island . . ...,..,.... l-I-, ll Davenport ..... 17, ll Muscatine . . . . . 22, 'li Muscatine . . lil, 25 Iowa City . .. . ... ... iS, 16 Davenport ...... . . .. . l-I-, I7 Muscatine ..........,................ 18, 20 Muscatine ....,.............. ... . .,. 22, I9 Yyumf: Reuling, Lee, Young, Strain, Goddard, Taylor, McCullough, Alteubernd INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS DEBATE EXTEMI' VVilma Altenbernd, first, 2.8 YVilma Altenbernd, first, l.-I Frances Ilighbarger, second, 3.3 Jack Strain, Maurice Young, tie, second, 4.5 jack Strain, third, 3.8 Lyle McCullough, fourth, 4.7 Corrine Hetzler, fourth, 4.4 Paul Lee, fifth, 6 Maurice Young, fifth, 4.5 Ivan Goddard, sixth, 6.7 john Fishburn, sixth, 7.5 Verna Taylor, seventh, 7 Helen Reuling, eighth, 7.2 .......,Q,....... SUMMARY OF SEASON For the first time in history, Muscatine High School, for this the 1933-34 season, was presented the coveted Iowa Nine trophy for successful competition in all for'ensic ac'- tivities. The season was begun with the winning of second and third places in the boys' declamatory contest. This accomplishment was followed by iirst place in the debate tourna- ment, a second in the girls' declamatory contest, and another second in extemporaneous speaking. ln the southeastern district of the Iowa High School Debating League, Muscatine copped second place. In the State Declamatory League, all three contestants qualified for further competition until after the sub-district contest, in which two third places and a second were received. Muscatine also maintained its reputation for having the champion county declamatory team. This season brought to Nluscatine its first Iowa Nine trophies-a plaque for the entire season's accomplishments and the traveling debate cup for successful competition in that field. As a result of winning the county declamatory contest, that plaque is to be retained another year. - INSERT: Frfmrif I'alli.ffkcf'lf, elcrrrff bm! af!-aromni nilzlcie E i : I E 5 E E E s E Z I 5 3 E Q E s E E . : E E S I E 2 E l E E 3 E Cnrrik I.ii.un-zksz lK'l.xrian and Jeannette Smalley. Gloria Peck, XVilina Kautz, Risley Reuling, john Parks, Paul XVt-lk, Fred Richardson, Leroy Gran MUSKY PEP SONG ll'e're loyal lo you, l1l1Il.f1'zIfllIi?, l'l"e're Purple mul Colil, M'n.m1fi11e. l'l'e'll hafh you to .fmufl 'Gaiurl the he.-I ill the lalnl, For fre huorc' you haw itllllli, 2lvfll.ft':2fl.'lt'! Rah! Rah! Than armefl for the fray, llIz1.fm1'i11e, ll"e'l7 banish rlimzay, lllfzmztilze. Our .rrhool if om' frlllltf proreclor. OM, hay.-', for :ve expert a wirfory from yon, 1il1Il.1'1'dllIlz'. F iiug our fhaf flew olfl flag of Purple am! Gold, Lernl 011, you .TUIIJ a11.J Ifzlllgllfffllfl fghfillg io holfl, Lihe men of olfl, in giiiurr Plrlriug l'elif111ra, .fholzfiug flefiarfrff, Oxhi! l"l'0fc'! ll'0':z'.' slmifl the hrotnl, gl't?t'lI, jielflr that mmrixh our laml, For hover! lahor mul for lmrllizzg cce .f1'a1nl, .flml zmifo thee fee plffflge om' hefzrfr mul hrlllrlr, Our high ,vfhonl of Mlfrrilfilzi. -Q-Q.....- ,- THE CHEERING SECTION Nlore volume and unity were noticed in the cheers of the Purple and Gold section during the past school year because of a change in the system previously used. Hi-Y was instrumental in bringing about this improvement in the cheering section by accelerating the movement for organizing an M. H. S. Pep Club. Under this system, any student who desires to take part in organized cheering may apply to the club committee for a Pep Club badge, which, with a season ticket, will admit him to a section of the bleachers reserved for this group. Thus, all who care to cheer may be in a compact group and thereby facilitate more unilied cheering and eliminate scattered and clique yelling. Likely candidates for future positions as cheer leaders have been gaining experience during the past year under supervision of hlarian and .leannette Smalley, who have been active as cheer leaders during their last three years in high school. Muscatine's football fans of several years ago were not very enthusiastic. They voiced the opinion that the Pearl City was "j ust not a football town." Then Neal A. Sands took over the reins in the fall of 1932 and showed the grid devotees how interested they really could be. The inspiring 1932 season might have been merely a flash in the pan. but, after the 1933 schedule was com- pleted, the lvluskies found themselves again victors over teams that had won coached a team with an enviable record at Bloomfield, Iowa, previous to his com- ing to lvluscatine. ,..v.,....,,, There was prob- ably nothing more fo.midable this year to the opposing football teams than the 180 pound bulwark in the person of Captain Allen Butts. Allen has held one of the line positions reg- ularly since his freshman days and has received a letter for each season's efforts. He was eliminated from the last half of this year's schedule when he received a seri- ous knee ini ury in a midseason game with Davenport. lt is the sincere hope of every loyal Musky that Allen will be able to appear in uniform next fall. by safe margins before. Sands l l...1 Bob Kinnan has been head basketball coach at Musca- tine High School for the past four years. During that time he has developed teams that have won Little Six championships and have ranked second best in the state. He teaches his men fair play and sportsmanship, as well as basketball. He is a lirm believer in the motto "VVork while you work, and play while you play." Coach Kin- nan attends to the work and also mixes with the boys in their good times. During the football season he helps Coach Sands with the varsity squad. N Captain Don "Bum" Ahlf led the lkluslq 1933 34 basketbtll squad through what can be termed Il fairly successful campaign. During the season, Captain Ahlf was the leading scorer of the Little Six basketball conference and was given a position on the first all-conference team, along with Joe Van Ysseldyk. Dur- ing the latter part of the season, Bum developed an un- canny eye for making one-hand push shots, and in one conference game he scored twenty-four points. He has one more semester of competition. XX J Y l ju X lv Coich L l tck Hunn has been a member of the Muscatine High School t1culty for six years. Before this time he attended the Unnersity of Iowa, where he won distinction 1 Big Ten ch1mp1on in the indoor and out- door two mile run 1nd cross country. During his stay in Muscltme Couch Hunn has gnen 1 good account of hi1n- elf 1s 1 co1ch in trtck 1nd cross country. His track teams hut ilwtys pllccd well in conference meets, and his cross country Ietllts hue been consistent high rankers by Howird Mcllrath his been 1 member of the Musca- tine High Qchool faculty for the past three years, and luring that time, in 'lCldlIlO11 to teaching his regular cli ses he his couched pl1ys, competitive speech, and B squid b1 ketbzll 1nd footb1ll His 1933 B squad football tiillll was considered outsttnding, although it was faced with 1 shortzge of gtmes LX term that is developed by Lotch Mcllrtth is neier l'ICixll1g drive and Fighting spirit. One of his pet axioms is The B quad of today will be never placing below third in state meets. .pl ff l' The 1933-34 cross country team was piloted through a successful season by Captain Gerald VVyman. He has been active in both cross country and track since he eu- tered high school in l93l. ln track, his specialty is the mile run and the relays. The choice of lfVyman as cap- tain proved a good one, for in him we find a likeable fellow who believes in sportsmanship and fair play. The team, under the leadership of Captain WVyman, won two of its meets and placed second and third in the other two. TT KN the A squad of to- morrow." Captain VVilliam NVHISOII, or Bill as he is known to his teammates, has been a consistent point winner on Coach Hunnls track teams for the four years that he has been in high school. Captain YVatson has always been popular with his teammates because of his quiet determination and his appreciation of humor. Bill specializes in the 100 yard and 220 yard dashes, but he also does the 44-0 yard run in the low tifties. He was a member of the mile relay team that placed Hfth at the 1933 Drake Relays. cf lit' AY' VN uc ""S 'r' ja yy. Vs O. 6 f 1 FIRST Row: Robert Hunter, Cone llunter, Coach L. E. llunn, Clark Brown, Jr., Earl Penrod Srcurso Row: Melvin Campbell, Donald Fuhlnian, Bernard Berger, Paul Pallischeck, Gerald VV'yman 'l'nnm Row: Lynn VVhite, llarold Laughlin, David Let-dy, Clark Bloom, Robert Brocket, Arthur Witt CROSS COUNTRY The 1933 cross country team, led by Captain Gerald Wyman, can be said to have had a successful season. The squad won dual meets from lowa City High and University High of lowa City. They also placed second in the Fourth Annual Invitational Run and third in the State Meet. Wyman, Harold Laughlin, Melvin Campbell, and Cone Hunter were the only letter men to return. Therefore, it was necessary for Coach L. li. Hunn to fill out his squad with men of little or no experience. Nevertheless, he developed a team that ranked third best in the state. ln their first encounter, Muscatine defeated lowa City High by an overwhelming ma- jority. Seven Musky harriers, Laughlin, Hunter, Clark Brown, jr., VVyman, Earl Penrod, Campbell, and Bernard Berger, broke the tape in a seven-way tie for first place. Robert Brocket and Paul Pallischeck tied for ninth place. Their second engagement ended in a decisive victory over University High of lowa City. First place in this meet went to YVyman and Berger, while Laughlin and Penrod placed fourth and fifth respectively. In lVluscatine's Fourth Annual lnvitational Meet, the Musky harriers placed second, competing with fifteen other schools. ln this meet, Wyman placed ninth, while Hunter and Laughlin placed tenth and thirteenth respectively. Ottumwa again succeeded in winning the Twelfth Annual State lVleet, while Muscatitie placed third. Hunter finished tenth, Berger, eleventh, and VVyman, fifteenth. A dual meet with Ottumwa had been scheduled, but it was dropped in favor of a practice run with the University of lcwa harriers. This year's letter winners are Captain Wyman, Captain-elect Berger, Laughlin, and Hunter. Hunter and Laughlin are the only graduating letter men. FIRST Row: Coach L. E. I-lunn, Lester Sclunelzer, Paul McDaniel, Curtis Cromer, Edwin Cornthwaite, Arthur Howe, jr., Robert Pallischeck, Donald Lange Smcoxo Row: Raymond NVheeler, Clark Brown, Jr., WVilliam VVatson, Gerald YVyman, Clayton Bosten, Cone Hunter, Tom McGuire, Elwood Clark, Billy Keating 'THIRD Row: Leo Hart, Orville Reeves, Bernard Berger, Claire Durst, Leroy Grau, john Brannon, Harold Blean, Robert Hunter, jacques Merrifield, WVayne NVetzel Forarn Row: Ed Hill, VVilliam Simmons, Donald Potter, NVilIiam Stirlen, Charles Strouse, Melvin Camplwell, Thomas Barry, Paul Pallischeck, Robert Barger, Lynn White Fu-"ru Row: Leland Potter, XVarren Terry, Lauren Freyermuth, Donald Berger, David Leedy, Robert Berger, Robert Barnard, Lyle Bit-ber, George Gritiin, Edmond Metz -..,.,.Q..., TRACK The Muscatine track team, although faced with numerous injuries throughout the season, turned in a fairly good record. Approximately sixty aspirants answered Coach L. E. Hunn's first call for candidates. The squad was fortunate in having seven of last season's letter men returning. They were Captain Bill VVatson, Thomas McGuire, Clayton Boston, Bob Pallischeck, Curtis Cromer, Clark Brown, jr., and Gerald VVyman. Seventeen minor letter men also returned. Muscatine opened their season at Iowa City, placing second in the 1934 Little Six Indoor Meet. In their second meet, they were defeated by Clinton, the score being Sl-50. Rock Island then turned hack the Musky squad, 78-57. Davenport and Ft. Madison also turned hack the Muscatine squad, with the scores 89-S4 and 7616-46,56 respectively. At the annual running of the Drake Relays, the team placed sixth in the mile relay division. Muscatine placed second in the Little Six Outdoor Meet, held at Ottumwa. The Muscatiiie sophomores participated in two reserve meets. They Won a meet at Iowa City and were defeated by the Davenport sophomores. calf J FIRST Row: Coach N. A. Sands, A. A. johnson, Athletic Director, Coach R. M. Kinnan SECOND Row: Francis Pallischeck, Langdon VVinslow, Paul Morrow, Dick Gray, Louis NVebcr, Clark Brown, jr., Ted Allen, George Othmer THIRD Row: Robert VVt'ber, Harold Grau, Donald Ahlf, Edward Dillon, joe Van Ysseldyk, Merle Young FOURTH Row: Dick Kautz, Robert Pallisclieck, Norman Kautz BASKETBALL Seven basketball letter men from 1932-33 were of little comfort to Coach R. M. Kinnan at the beginning of the past season, especially when two of them were due to be- come ineligible at midsernester. lfVeeks before the sporting public thought of basketball Coach Kinnan began casting about for a center who could hold pace with the regulars. The search produced two boys who developed into satisfactory centers, Merle Young and Dick Gray, both of whom were seniors. Gray was ineligible until the second semester. Five wins and five losses permitted the Muskies to share the secondplace standing in the Little Six Conference with Ottuinwa. Burlington Won undisputed right to lirst place because of no defeats. First and second places in conference scoring were annexed by Captain Donald Ahlf and Joe Van Ysseldyk, with 78 and 75 points respectively. Both won berths on the first conference team. Letter winners for the season were: Captain Ahlf, Allen, Young, Grau, Gray, Van Ysseldyk, R. VVeber, and Dillon. THF 1933-34 SCHEDULE Muscatine . .27 ..... lVilton ....... 9 Muscatine. . .24 ..... Davenport . . . .26 Muscatine . . l l ...., F. Nloline ..., lS Nluscatine . .22 ..... Fairfield ,.... 19 Muscatine. . . IS .... Marshalltown . I6 Muscatine . .20 ..... Ottumwa . . . . 18 Muscatine. . 24- ..... Fairlield ..... 21 Nluscatine . . 18 ..... Burlington ..., 20 Nluscatine. , . I9 .... Ottumwa ,... 26 Muscatine. . .39 ..... Mt. Pleasant . .22 Muscatine. . . 17 ...., Burlington . . .24 Muscatine. . . 17 ..... Washington . .19 Muscatine . 27 ...,. VVashington . . .22 Muscatine . .32 ..... Tipton .... . . ll lkfluscatine . . I7 ..... Davenport .... 28 Nluscatine. . .27 ..... VVilton . . . . . .9 Muscatine. . . I9 ,.... Mt. Pleasant . .21 Muscatine. . . 12 ..... Davenport . . . .26 s 4 Fms'r Row: Coach N. A. Sands, Lamoyne Lawrence, Norman Kautz, Donald Ahlf, Harold Grau, Coach R. M. Kinnan SECOND Row: Ellwood Sealy, Ralph Freese, Jacques Merritield, Ed Schmidt, Lester Schnxelzcr, Robert Riemcke Timm Row: VVilliam Simmons, Donald Terry, Ronald Miller, Karle Kolmerer, Kenneth Satterthwaite, Francis Koepping, Orville Lemkau, Roy King, Tom Bruner FOURTH Row: Arnold Kolpack, Delmar Carter, George Othmer, James Richardson, Don Kempf, Donald Lange, Kenneth Hoc-tl'lin, Ralph Butler, Arthur Howe FIFTH Row: Edward Dillon, Robert Weber, Howard Griffith, Curtis Cromer, Clifton Satterthwaite, Robert Pallischeck, Francis Pallischeck, Paul McDaniel, George Reesink SIXTH Row: Tom McGuire, Alex Kochncff, Harry Davis, Nick Kochneff, Allen Butts, Chester Butts, Richard VVilson, Elmer Roby, Bernard Dora .i.,.Q.,.T. A SQUADN FOOTBALL Muscatine football followers have divided the Purple and Gold grid history into two parts-before and after the coming of Neal Sands as head, coach. He coached the team to conference victories again this year in spite of the fact that numerous injuries took their toll in the ranks. Eighteen members of the 1932 A squad, ten of Whom were letter men, were among the candidates. In the complete schedule of ten games, the Sandsmen were victorious in six, knotted one in a tic, and dropped three. VVith two wins, two losses, and one tie, the Purple and Gold gridders rated the third berth in the Little Six Conference. This season's major letter winners who have completed their allotted eight semesters of competition are Othmer, R. Pallischecli, F. Pallischcck, lVlcDanicl, Davis, YVeber, Lange, VVilson, Roby, and Rcesink. Returning letter men are Captain A. Butts, Cromer, Howe, C. Satterthwaitc, Bruner, Dora, Griliith, C. Butts, Dillon, McGuire, A. Kochnefl, N. Kochneff, Kempf, and Richardson. THE SEASON'S SCHEDULE lbluscatine Nlorning Sun. . .0 Nluscatine Wilton . Muscatine Mt. Pleasant . . .6 Muscatine Fairfield . Muscatine Ottumwa .... 25 Muscatine Tipton . Muscatine W'ash'ington .... 6 Muscatine Dewitt . . . Muscatine .... Davenport ..... 8 Muscatine .,.. 8 ..... Burlington Flasr Row: Gordon Moss, George Lemkau, Ladd Steinmetz, Raymond Fish, Coach lloward Mcllrzith Si-zcoxn Row: Floyd Burnett, VVilli:1m Getz, Cecil Foster, Harold VVeiersheuser, Jack YVetzel VFIIIRD Row: Vincent Beckey, Louis Tiecke, Robert Burger, VVilliznn Anderson, VVilli:lm Holzhauer, Samuel Stellrecht FOURTH Row: Verne Schmitt, Roy Kanxtz, jr., Dick Folsom, NVesley llerwig, Arthur D1lIll1l'l', Paul Rueckert, Paul Kempf --+ef--- B SQUAD FOOTBALL Ollicials of lVIuscatine's football staff realize now, more than ever before, that the school is far from suffering for lack of talentiresources on the grid, but that some means is necessary whereby the talent can be developed. lixperience is provided to undcrclassmen by means of the B squad. This group is coached by a competent staff composed of inter- ested alumni gridmen, supervised by Coaches Mcllrath, Sands, and Kinnan. Coach Mc- llrath has devoted the greater part of his attention to drilling upon fundamentals. The B squad played an interschool schedule of four games and won three of them, Columbus jiunctionwas winner in the first contest, 15-0. In two games with Iowa City, the lvluskies were imprcgnable. They managed to complete a pass in the final minutes to win the first, 6-0, and to pile up a two-touchdown margin to cinch the second, 12-0. W'ashington was subdued in a hard battle by a 2-0 score in the remaining game. There were huskies on this year's freshman squad who are very likely to develop into a very nearly impenetrable line by the time they are juniors and seniors. The most prom- ising of these and their weights are as follows: Captain Robert Barger, 150, Sam Stell- recht, 175, Bill Holzhauer, 1683 Harold VVeiersheuser, l50g Roy Kautz, 1485 Wesley Herwig, 135, and Bill Anderson, ISS. The above mentioned freshmen received numerals along with the following: Paul Kempf, Jack VVetzel, Paul Rueckert, Arthur Danner, Rich- ard Folsem, Verne Schmitt, Cecil Foster, George Unkel, Raymond Fish, Joe Hesford, Vincent lieckey, and Gordon lN'Ioss. Minor letters were awarded to the following boys for improvement and ability shown: Lester Schmelzer, Kenneth Satterthwaite, Ralph Butler, Delmar Carter, Ron Miller, Francis Koepping, Arnold Kolpack, W'illiam Simmons, Robert Gariield, and Donald Potter. BASKETBALI.: Patricia Tipton, VVilma Kautz, Gloria Peck, Janet Korneman, Emma Carver, Mary Elda Stein, Marion Narvis, Dorothy Legler, Darlene Cromer, Loretta Mills, Coach Mary Shemaitis Vou.ersat.t.z Tap Row-Gretchen Korneman, Glenna Elliott, Helen Reuling, Coach Mary Shemaitis. Rt-ha Eis, Nlary Alice Blean Barlow Ro-:c: Nellie Miller, Eleanor Appel, Ruth Ryan, Jeannette Smalley, Marian Smalley, Alice Freeman Swntuuixo: Top Ran.-Elva Stone, Ann Stein, Margaret Eversmeyer, Coach Mary Shemaitis, Helen Reuling, Mabel Nash, Ruth Ohlsen, Helen Oxford Barium Rare: Marian Smalley, Gretchen Korneman, janet Korneman, Mary Alice Blean, Eleanor Appel, Jeannette Smalley ' DANCING: Kmfrlfrzg-Eleziimor Appel, Mary Alice Blean ' Sitting: Marian Smalley, Alice Lindee, Margaret Eversmeyer, Mabel Nash, Coach Mary Shemaitis, Helen Reuling, Jeannette Smalley -+W- GIRLS' SPORTS No complaining about taking gym was heard among the girls this year, because a new athletic system was installed which has proved successful. Participation in athletics was not compulsory. Last year, along with gymnastics, the girls could participate in interclass competition if they wished. The new plan included only interclass competition in various team events. A dancing class was a new feature added to the regular program of round- robin basketball, volleyball, and baseball tournaments and the track meet. A group of high school girls also participated in a water pageant at the Y. W. C. A., February 26, 27. The volleyball tournament last fall was won by the junior-senior team, which,,1ed by Captain Ruth Ryan, went through the schedule without a defeat. The Sophomore A team, headed by Loretta Mills, followed closely, with only one defeat. An upset featured the basketball tournament during the 'winter season when the Sophomore Victores defeated the Senior P. S.'s and won the tournament without a defeat. Captains of these teams were janet Korneman and Margaret Eversmeyer respectively. The track meet, held April 10, ll, was won by the junior class team, which took five firsts and one tie in the eight events. The freshmen finished second in this meet, ten points behind the juniors. Girls have not been allowed interschool competition for approximately ten years, consequently, they are awarded letters on a point basis. Points are given girls who make a team, captains, substitutes, and individuals placing Erst, second, or third in track events. Extra points are given for being on the winning team in the various tournaments. CLASS SPORTS The 1933-34 intramural program, which consisted of such sports as ice hockey, tennis, track, basketball, kit- tenball, and boxing, has been carried out on a more extensive scale than ever before. In the tournaments and games, the officiating was taken care of by students appointed by Coach L. E. Hunn. The intramural season opened with the ice hockey tournament. In this event the junior class was victorious, while the seniors, sophomores, and freshmen Hnished in second, third, and fourth places respectively. The winning junior team consisted of Robert Rice, Robert Bruemmer, Robert Tiecke, Theodore Willhite, Bruce Watson, James Cook, and Karle Kolmerer. The freshman boxing team won the boxing tournament, scoring S2 points. Its nearest rival was the senior team, which scored 48 points. In the six weights that were repre- sented, the seniors placed first in four. The individual winners were Robert Pallischeck, Richard Higger- son, Ray Daugherty, Harold Laugh- lin, Harrison Bown, and Robert Berger. Basketball was played at Jefferson Gym. The Senior All-Stars were the victors, while the Junior X's, the Senior Hot Shots, and Freshman Purple finished second, third, and fourth respectively. On the win- ning senior team were Norman Horst, Lawrence Hartman, Robert Evans, Harvey TeStrake, and Dick Kautz. Don Lange and Frances Pal- lischeck ofiiciated for the basketball games. Intramural kittenball was played at the new Weed Park diamond. Each class was eligible to enter one team. 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Ruth Ryan ......... Gretchen Korneman .1 . Mary Alice Blean. . . Fran Pallischeck. 1 Bob Pallischeck. . ii' Bud Grau. . Jean Moore. i """ VViln1a Altenbernd. . . Wanda Zeller ...... George Reesink. . . Geraldine Roth .... Vernon Shontz .... Bill VVatson ..... Corrine Hetzler. . . Odette Powell. Bob XVeber. . . Vlfilma Axel ..... Dick VVilson .... Tom VVilson .... Verna Taylor. . . Clair Alderman. . . Harold Bartelt .... Ra 'mond Bates .... Lyle McCullough. . . Richard Hi gerson. . . . Agnes Hong ....... Ruth Stevenson. . . Ilrma Lamprecht .... Iola Hank ....... Ida Huber ...... Vivian Beatty. . . Lesse Walton .... leanor Appel .... Audrey Bi es .... . . Frank Boldt ........ Mary Brookhart. . . AE Mildred Brookhart. Delmar Carter ...... Newell Dollman .... .. Grant Brown.l Robert Evans. "" Lohn Elliott ........ aul Goetzman .... Dick Graff ...... Bettina unter. . . Murray Jackson .... Ethel Kallenberger. . . I43lN1'Cl'lCC H3fiIn8n. . . Antoon Smit ....... Helen Moore. . . Cozetta Moore.. . glean Moore .... ou Pearlman .... Charles Howe. . . Paul Lee ....... Vernon Shontz .... SENIOR CLASS VVILL XVILL LEAVE . . .Gerald Wyman. . . . . . . .Gift of "gab". .. . . . .Torrid Topics . . . . . .Dancing ability. . . . . . . . .Auroran staff. . . . . . . . .Diving ability GJ . . .. .....Soundbox...... ...Alys Len10n.... ....His mouth.... .......Love........ ....Favorite fruit.... ....Leaves and ........Leaves....... . . . . Basketball ability. . . . .....Early hours..... ....Cosmetics..... ......Cl1arlotte...... . . .Musical abili-ty. . . . .....NVild rides.... ....His nickname.... ....Nasal twang... ..."Daddy Doc".... ........Career...... ....Typing speed... .....Carrot top.... ...Her last name.... . . . . Swimming speed. . . . .......Leaves...... .....Her keys...... . . . .Her technique.-. . . ......Paul.....h.. . . . . . Faithfulness. . .. . . . .... Mr. Mac ..... . . . . . Excuses for tardiness. . . . . . . . . . .tBashfnlness. . . . . . . . .Graduation announcements . . . .His table manners. . . . . . . . . .Track captainsliip. . . . ...Radio question. ......Gingerale...... . . . .Ambitious nature. . . . ........Axle........ ....Scout pin..... -:..His line.... .. ..Activities.. .. . .....His grades...... . . .VVilma Chamberlin. . . .. ..... Dough....... .His paper route.... .. ..Bachelorship..... .........Hair......... ....Iowa State Glee Club.. ......Nervousness...... ......Athletics...... ...Her height.... . . . .Typewriter. . . . ...Sales taic..... ....Secret des1re..... . . . .High school girls. . . . . . . "Scrams" with .... .......AI.eave........ ......H1s old Ford...... . . . . W'eek-day afternoons. . . . . .C6H1206-Duke's Mixture. . . ........Trnmp-et........ ......His initials...... ......His pennies..... . . . .True-false questions. . . .......Socialism....l.. . ..Length of name... ....Nickname..... ....Poise..... ...Eats.... ....Fire sales.... ....Bullet..... ....Letts..... . . .The younger... . . . .To pester someone else . . . . . . . .Albert Schmarje . . . . . . . Birdie Sickman . . . . . . .Art Howe .......In peace . .... Stan Becker . ...For fire siren . ......... Lonely . . . .Mammoth Cave an Applelover ..... ...Leaves ,. . .lVith Mrs. Van Ysseldyk's son ....................Chet Butts ...............Marion Narvis . . . . . .Miriam Glatstein . . . .NVithout a chaperon . . . . Mildred Hermann . . . .Mickey Greiner . . .Harriet Lindee . . .John Fishburn . . . . .Don Kemp ............Hospital . . . . . .Trueman NVigim . . . . . . . . . .Red Demorest . . . Bob Bruemmer's papa . . . . . . . . . .Junior Brown . . . .VVitl1out Loren Gruber . . . . . . .XVhere she can tind them .. . . . . . . . . . . . .Dorothy Greenwald To raise Crazcj the family standards . .. ..... To fickle people . . . . . . XVondering . . .Mercedes McKee . . .Buck Rasmussen . . . . . .Pat Tipton .............Hi-Y . . ..... Three guesses .. . .CVVho wants it?J .. . . . . . .. .Mr. Holtzer ..............Bob Green . . . . For any motor vehicle . . . . .A certain freshman . . . . .Cliarline NVehster . . . . Richard Tiecke . . . . Bob Prichard . . .Miss Kemhle . . . . . . . . . .Vlfilma Kautz ...........John Coleman . . . .Before the year was up . . . . . . . .Fuller Brush man . . . . . . . . . . .All-a-Butter ........Betty Leu . . . .Virginia Winslow . ...... . ..... Ted Allen . . . . . . . .Out the window . . . .To some Scotch bachelor . . . . . . . . . .Betty Graebner . . . . . .Ont-of-town fellow . . . Stripped threads ....................Together . . . .To replace Messengefs Dodge .............For that big car ...... H. Holtzer .....Bridge players .........Fora soap piiritetit ome ....Next year's chemistry class ................Bob Kinnan Ahlf .....Fire degartment ...June ackman . . .......... Hi-Y . . . . . . . . .Luke Skolnik . . . . .Rock Island Arsenal . . . .During his senior year . . . . . . . .NVithout regrets P I EH 2 Q 2 x l I 0l1 Il To the stuflentx piftnrekl on there pagex goes the honor of having been exleetefl reprefentaticw of the .renior flax: by the .rtuflent body. The election fem mrriefl out on the bafir of eharazvter, .f6'h0!lI1'J'lZif', leaderfhip, and the .fe-roiee which they remlereaf during their four- year term in Mureatine High School. - F mflrix Pallinfheelc, reprefentatisfe boy, eonjinefl hiv -major aetizfity to football. Frannix crm eaptqfin of the football team in hiv thirfi year and lefl it to the firxt ronferenee victory in the hiftory of the fehool. He 'swf ft member of the Sturlent Counril and National Honor Society during hi: junior and .renior yearf, and headed h-i.r elm: -in the .fame period. He belonged to the Speech-.-irtsielub and war a member of the Aurorfrn Jftllf flaring hi: .venior year. Seholalrlieally, he ranked in the upper thin! of his rla.f.r. He scar elefted 7Il'6.fifl6Ilf of the M Club flaring hi: fnal year in frhool, arm' scar ehoxen by the Jtudevzt body ax the bert dll-l'0lll11Ib'tZfhlt?f6. ll ll I I A I 3 Q Wilma Alfezzherml, reprexeufafizfe .feuior girl, cw: artizfe prifmwily in .vpeevh fC'0I'h'. Through her partieipalion in debate mul extemporruze- ou: Jpeahiug and her axfifrnrrre in training freshmrm ffeeelz- pupilr, .rhe become a leader among fhoxe who earned the firft Iowa Nine plague for Mzzxefzfivze High School. She rea: a me-moer of fhe Na- iiofml F orenxie League, aml .fefvefl ax jrrexiflemf of the orgalzizafiou in her junior year. She now rank: among the ten National F oremic League memherf in Amerimn xehools hwzfizrg the higher! mzmher of poiuif efrrnefl in foreufin coutestf. WA'-ilflla sm: tl member of National Honor Society, Slfzuleut Council, Curia Regia, Aeoliau, Nou, Pfrreil, Speech, Arty, and azz axsociate editor of fhe Aurorau. During her xeuior year :he was prerifleut of Speefh Arif, Nou Poreil, 1111.11 Naxiorml Honor Society. The faef that fhe :cox fvzleflieforiafz- of her clan ewiflemres her out- .rtamling :rholaxfie arhievemelzf. She eoueluderl her four yearr' work with a 3.96 asfemge. HOYV'S THIS FOR A STORY? Ye facultye footeball team of Muscatine High School was engaged to play against His Majesty, Napoleon the Great's, B V. D.'s fBrave Venetian Dogsj last night in the Coliseum under fifteen million six-foot candles. Ye line-up was as follows: ii Facultye B. V. D.'s Arthuripus johnson .... ..,. I eft guarde. . . . . .Julius Caesar Frederickes Messenger. . . .... right guarde. . . ..... Ariovistus Charlses Shook ,.,.... . . .left tackle .... . . .Cleopatra Madisonibus Grifiith ,.,. Frankibus Howe ....... Frankibus Prochaskibus. . . E. A. Lichtybus ...,. . Henriepus Holtzer. . . Nealus Sands ...... Bobbibus Kinnan .,.,. Howardus Mcllrath . . . Leonidus Hunn ..... Spikus Liebbe ...... . .. .right tackle. . .. ........centre.......... one left quarterback. . .. ,... .right halfback. .. ... left halfback. .. ... one full back. . .. ....left end ....right end ......,twogoalposts..... . . . . two more goal posts ..... . . . .........Brutus ..........Cicero . . . .Mark Antony . .... Emperor Jones . . . .Helen of Troy ...........Nero ......Venus .........Ben-Hur . . . . . . . .Shakespeare .Romulus and Remus Referee-Laurus Hillyard A wet, slippery arena was the drawback of this unique engagement. In the first quarter, Johnson, left guarde, was tripped by Cleopatra in front of a crowd of about 10,000 blood thirsty spectators QThey got only mudj. Johnson landed on his nasal cavities, otherwise known as a nose, but, like a Roman, bravely fought on, with a pug nose and a slightly sloppy face. Thenihe put his visor down. The most spectacular play was a three-yard completed forward pass by Hen- riepus Holtzer to Howardus Mcllrath, end. This was exceptional, because the armor worn weighed 70 pounds. After catching the object of play fthe ballj, Mc- llrath ran 40 yards in six minutes for a touchdown in a clear field, that-A is, clear for the two inches that he could see in front of himself through the driving rain. Once Helen of Troy almost caught up with him, but, seeing Nealus Sands approaching, changed her mind flike a womanj. The goal was kicked by left tackle Charles Shook, who strained an eyebrow in the attempt. fell, the ball shooting' out following closely, fell on cided to go to sleep, since Laurus. Hillyard . tried to in ud. ln the second half Bcbbibus' Kinnan, left end, tripped over his left toe and of his hands for six feet. Not seeing it or him, Venus, him. The others piled on top and Leonidus Hunn de- it was so comfortable on about a ton of armor. Referee revive him with chloroform, but his visor was stuck. VVhen they finally did revive him, Bobbibus Kinnan was stuck three feet in the The B. V. D's weren't able to score because it was nearly winter. fCatch onij ......M WRONG LICENSE Mister Mac fdespondentlyj: l've been leading a dog's life ever since I got married. Kinnan fthoughtfullyj: Perhaps you went to the wrong clerk, Mac, and got a dog license instead of a marriage license. QUALITY BUILDING MATERIAI. and COAL "A lway: Dependable" COLLINS - HILL Lumber 85 Coal Co. Phone 95 TRY OUR LUNCHEONS SODAS NORRIS CANDIES C. 'M. WEBER INC. Second and Sycamore I 30. Her curls. SHOES THAT Go PLACES! See Our Hfindows BROWNBILT SHOE STORE 225 EAST SECOND STREET IETZEL DRUG STORE 413 Mulberry Avenue lV'llen Mr. Hunn smiled at her. It was her chief topic of conversation for weeks afterwards. . A HORSE TALE You know, the other night I called on my girl friend-lllloore, you know. I eouldn't have the car, besides, it was out of gas, had four Hat tires, three of the two cylinders were missing, and the brakes were slipping. fOutside of that it was all rightj So I trotted myself down to the livery stable and hired a nag named Man O' War, which turned out to have a slight downward curve in the middle of its back. I bravely started out for West Fourth Street, although I doubted whether l'd get to Moore's because of Man O' VVar's rate of speed. VVhen we finally pulled up before the house after an hour of toiling, I went up and punched the doorbell. just like a woman, Moore wasn't ready, and I was informed that she would be ready in a "few minutes," so I plunked myself down on the bottom step to rest. She must have meant a few thousand minutes, I guess, for, about an hour later, she came trip- ping down the stairs. When I say tripping, I mean tripping, ,cause she fell into my arms and sweetly said, "Am I late?" Qlly the way, she woke me up when she landed on me. I'd forgotten about her and was dreaming about somebody else.j We left the house, and her eyes fell on the horse Qand nearly slew himj. She turned to me and said, "Is it strong enough?" "Sister,,' said I, Hit was when I brought it up here, but it,s been standing so long, that its legs have contracted under its weight." The horse collapsed QSO did Moorej. P. S. Don't believe this, dear kiddies. This is just my entry for the Bed Time Story Contest. Qllespectfully submitted by Bud Grauj Eraser! Iiraserl O thou missive sent from heaven. Thou art my inspiration, my consolation in time of battle. How oft my hands have found thee waiting ever ready to sacrifice thy dignity to my hour of need. How oft thou hast left my hand and, never wavering, sped straight to thy mark. Yea, verily, and how oft thou hast left someone else's hand and taken 1ne on the side of the "konk" for a bull's eye. My heart sorrows as I bid thee farewell, old Pal of Mine. I shall miss thee and my fervent prayer is that thou shalt miss me-the next time you are heaved in my direction. , 3 A NATURAL MISTAKE Ruth Ryan: Beg pardon, sir, but are you a floor walker? Don Kemp: lfVhere else would I walk? Do I look like a Hy? No student's education is complete without accurate knowledge of CLIITCHII events. THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL A FAMILY' NEWSPAPER "Reliable for ofuer Ninety Years" M. KAUTZ BAKING Co. BUTTER- UT BRE Sold at all grocers 11. li you'd been there youfd know. A certain senior boy. NOTICE TO FRESHMEN Walk to classes-never run. If you are sleepy, don't worry. You can sleep through your iirst period. Get up, though, for your second period, so you can be dressed for your third period in time to make your fourth period. At least, try never to be late for dinner. .l..g. "Hi therel" yelled a mad farmer to a cou le of bovs eau ht red-handed. "What 1 . P . are you doing in my apple tree?" There was a ll10lDCl1TiS silence. "There's a notice down there " Bob Barnard r i piped up, "to keep oil the grass." ---.q.-l Ethel Sander sniH'ed disdainfully as a tiny freshman cut in. 'X-ind just why did you cut in when I was dancing?" Ethel inquired nastily. Raymond Fish hung his head with shame. "Pm sorry, ma'am," said he, "but I'm working my way through school, and your partner was waving a live dollar bill at me." .L-.91 Vernon Shontz: Whatls the best exercise for reducing? Pete Eversmeyer: just move the head slowly from left to right when asked to have a second helping. CENTR L STATE BAN MUSCATINE, IOVVA 3 OUR VOLUME GUARANTEES LOXV PRICES ' .-.5-. OGILVIE'S 'NI ss Tyler. C0111-pliment: of WEIS-LUPTON PRINTING CO. QUALITY PRINTERS Phone 589 120 E. 3rd St. SENIOR TO JUNIOR- Meet me at the SPANISH VILLA They serve the best Meals and Lunches - also - LEU'S DELICIOUS ICE CREAM 221 Iowa Ave. Phone 8 1 TRIBUTE TO H. S. CLOCK Two golden hands and numbers of gold, Ebony face unwrinkled though old, Voice so clear telling passing of time, Thou art indeed inspiration for rhyme. Seconds and minutes, hours and days, Passing in order across thy face, Giving wisdom to mortals unknown. Would it were mine! I'd gain world renown. Holding thy face so proudly to the sky, Reminding us always that time cannot die. Most loved and most useful of Muscatine towers, We pay tribute to thee, thou dispenser of hours. l-4.1. Bud Grau comin out of ether in a ward after an o eration, exclaimed audiblv Q P , 9 "Thank God! That's over!" "Don,t be too sure," said the man in the next bed. "They left a sponge in me and had to cut me open again to get it." The patient on the other side said, "Why, they had to open me, too, to find one of their instruments." just then the surgeon who had operated on Bud stuck his head in the door and S yelled, 'Has anybody seen my hatfn Bud fainted. For Those VVho Graduate Good Lucie! For The Rest Of You Come Over All-Il See U: Sometime! IOWA AVENUE BOOK STORE FLOWERS FOR GRADUATION WEDDINGS PARTIES AND ALL OCCASIONS J. E. KRANZ The Finest Photographs portraits in beautiful mountings at reasonable prices. CHAMBERLIN STUDIO 217 Iowa Ave. Phone 122 219 Iowa Ave' 8. She doesn't. FU RNITURE C0 HUSCATINE .IOWA .sins HN - I MCCORMICK - DEERING TRACTORS AND FARM MACHINES INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE-RUGS-LINOLICCMS MQTQR TRUCKS STOVICS-FRIGIDAIRB "JI I1 old firm in Il good roman." 1854-1934, IMPLEMENT co. A TRIP THROUGH M. H. S.'s MODIEL FARM Prize Rooster Qsorta cockyj ...............,.,,.............,.. Bob Barnard Daisv, thc Cow fcontentcdj ...... ..,.....,..,............ C harlottc Braun Toni the Turkey fstrutterj ......... . . . . ,Clayton Bosten Elmer the Ram fnlways butting inj .... .... B uck Rasmussen Charley thc Horse fworkcrj ......... ..... H arry Dnvi The Bear Qferociousj .,..,.... .. Twin Lambs fmeckj ...... Rex, the VVatchdog .... Daffy Duck ., ..... . . . Prince, the Riding Horse The Calf ffriskyj . .. . . .Mr. Johnson .,,,...M:1rzolph . . . . .Rusty Willhite . . . . Gerald Wyman . . . . .Richard Tieckc . . , , Helen Kaufmann "Step U p The Avenue and Save Dollarsl' STE RN EMAN'S CLOTH ING COMPANY CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 6. It's a ni quiet place and they won'l hc bothered SUITS TAILORFD TO YOUR MEASURES GLASGOW TAILORS 216 SYCAMORIC ST. HERSHEY BLDG. Tiny Davis was falling asleep while the chief speaker was talking. The toast- nlaster, noticing him, hit him on the head to wake hillli. Tiny awoke, and, in a daze, said, "Hit me againg I can still hear hin1.'l .-.Q-..-. Gerald xxfyllllllll Dearest, if I had known this tunnel was so long, I'd have given you a jolly hug. Dorothy Legler: Didn't yon? VVhy somebody didl -iq- Any girl can be gay in a classy coupeg , ln a taxi she can be jolly. But the girl worth while is the one who can smile VVhen you're taking her home on the trolley. ....i A great number of men were having a discussion as to who was the greatest inventor. Some said Edison. some said Watt, some said Morse. Finally a pawnbroker got in a word and said, "VVell, chentlenicns, dose was great peoples, but l tells you dot the man vot invented interest was no slouchln "Your Grocer" Gall 295 - 296 FOR QUALITY FOODS and PROMPT SERVICE GEORGE EITMAN GROCERY Riclzelieu CH7i?Z6l1i Goods OBERI-IAUS BROTHERS S29 IVIULBFRRY AVE. Phone 4-Ol "Since 1924" 39. Mr. Gritiith. S TRY oUR FOUNTAIN J- STELLRECHT 207 East Third St. Frozen Fudge Sundaes R , HAVE YOUR SHOES High School Specials REPAIRED ' ls that bag looking shabby? GRIMM DRUG CO. . Have if dyed. Second and Sycamore Phone 196 We repair and dye fmfwhing 7 Wm a question! made of leatlzer. TORRID TOPICS Just yesterday I was digging around in that so-called cerebellum of mine, and way down in one corner underneath a pile of other junk I turned up a mite of con- science. A surprise indeed! Never in all my life had so rare a thing befallen me. Fearful lest I lose it, I took it up and placed it carefully in a little black box. I dug a little grave and buried it with great pomp and much cerem-ony. And at the grave's head I placed a headstone, and on the headstone I carved this little' epitaph. O conscience mine, fearful I am That thou wilt haunt the years That follow this, unless I pray Forgiveness of my friends For having cruelly wished on them This column week by week. VVith humble heart and head bowed low Their pardon I beseech. That thou may here, O conscience mine, Forever rest in peace. J I am about to write finis to the last of Torrid Topics. Words are doing what I suppose some teachers should have done. They fail me. I am about to write fmis -I have written fini: co- , N' I , Old Pals of Mme, , Goodbye -qu- Paul Lee fdrivingi: I always keep both hands on the steering wheel. Mimi Glatstein: VVell, Fm right here in case you need a handkerchief MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM .i.,.f3O.,.i.. MUSCATINE BANK and TRUST COMPANY 1. He's tall and red-haired, but you don't know him. MAEGLIN 8: DIERCKS INSURANCE of all kinds 207-209 American Bank Bldg. Phone 5 99-VV I L d Christensen. BARNARDS' Iron GRADUATION GIFTS Diamonds, VVatches, Necklaces Bracelets, Fountain Pens, and Pencils. Let us help you in your selections ...--. BARNARDS' JEWELRY sToRE 15 Couldn't you see? J J . P C. B. F ULLER'S QUALITY GROCERY 49993664- "FuZZe1"s for Fine F ood Sinae 1857" DICTIONARY A Applesauce-Apple mush, a lot of "bunk.', B Basketball-fbawlj A screaming contest for women. Boys-Product of evolution used for or- namentation. C Cocoa-Term meaning head. Chicken-A fluffy object. Very attrac- tive, with a cute waddle. D Dance-To leap about with unmeas- ured leaps to jazz accompaniment. Date-A sweet palm fruit. Dear-Expensive at all times. X Ditch-A trench along side of a road for catching automobiles. E Ear-Windbreak. F Faculty-A body of persons organized to entertain us during long winter months. Feet-Measurement of distance, varying widely. G Gum-Refer to Mr. Mcllrath. H Head-Used to keep ears apart. I jazz-The preoccupied condition of the subconscious mind caused by queer rattling sensation in cranium. K Kissl-Small bit of candy wrapped in oil paper and sold for five cents a quart. L Laugh--Amusing imitation of a horse. Lovc+Tragic results of too many dates. Example: Grau and Moore or Van Ysseldyk and Wiegand. D M Mind+An ob'eet which was lost bv . . J . prehistoric man and has never been found. ' Misery-Queer sensation caused when your best girl turns you down. N Neck-Small strip of flesh separating head from shoulders. Very easily stretched. i O Ofiicc-Home 'of Mr. Messenger. Chief loafing place around school. Onion-Cheap perfume. P Pictures-Proof of evolution. Papa-Financial resource. Q Quit-What we are going to do now. Questions-Hard stumps in school life. R Room-Class room. Hard place to keep good chewing gum. Recitation-Bubbling forth of ignor- ance. S Study hall-The place to hold a pro- longed conversation. T Tongue-Something not to use unless spoken to. Terrible-Favorite expression of teacher when referring to ability of class. U . Union-fun-ionj refer to UO." Uncle-Someone whose death makes very convenient excuses for hookey- playing. . YY Variety--Spice of lifeg something club programs don't have. W VVrong-Mark all these with a circle. X . X-Unknown quantityg divided by two, equals one kiss. Y-lrritating question asked by mem- bers of the faculty. E Z . Ze liind-Situation in which aspiring author can think of no more to write. Prompt Service Good Eats MUSCATINE CAFE Louis CALLAS, Mgr. Sem-ing the public for twenty-one years! 305 EAST SECOND STREET 19. Just a ALLBEE 8: ALLBEE LAVVYERS Muscatine, Iowa "batty" irleaf ECONOMY PERSONIFIED Drug Clerk: What kind of toothbrush do you want? Bill Keating: Give me a big one, boss. Dareis ten in my family. . ..-..g...i- "Janet," said a teacher in a physiology class, "can you give me a familiar exam- ple of the human body as it adapts itself to changed conditions?" "Yes-sum," said Janet Korneman. "My aunt gained fifty pounds in a year, and her skin never cracked." I M IF I VVERE PERFECT If I the perfect one could be I'd look likwlook like-let me see- Not Venus-no-nor Helen of Troy, Nor any special girl or boy. I'd have, when I was finallv done, A little bit of everyone. i And if you're wondering just who Would make "me" up when I was through, Look carefully at the list below, And, when you'vc read it, you will know. MODEL SENIOR Gnu. Wilma Axel .....,,. Ruth Stevenson .... Frieda Kent ........ Wilma Altenbernd ..,. Jeanette Terry ....., Cozetra Moore .... Marie Lindley ..... Helen Reuling ...,. . . . .Hrlil'.. ...,Eye.r. . Q ..Smile. . . .. Complexion .... .....Hrmfl:. . .. ...M01dlz.... ....Teefh.... ....Phy:igue,., Margaret Eversmeyer .,....... .,,. C arriage. Marian and Jeannette Smalley. . .... Height. . Gerry Roth. . Odette Diercks ........ Gretchen Korneman. . . ...Clotlze:.... ....N0.re... ......Pep. Corrine Hetzler. .... . . .Pe1'.v01mfity MODEI. SEN1oR BOY . . . . .Kenny Hoefhin . . . .Merle Young . . . VanYsseldyk . . . .Vernon Shontz . . . . . . .Tom Wilson . . . . .Clair Alderman . . ,Harrison Bovvn . . . . . .Bob Pallischeck ....,.....Elmer Roby . . . ,Whitney Mannhardt ..........DickKautz ... .D'ick Gray .,...,...Bud Grau . . . . .George Othmer W A AUTOMATIC CIGIQR CO. PEARL BUTTON INC, COMPANY VVholcsale and Retail Manufacturers of CIGARS, CANDIES FRESH WATER PEARL F1REwoRKs, ETC. BUTTONS East Second St. Pholle - Muscatine, Iowa 12. He's I1 changed boy. TEACHERS' CHILDHOOD AMBITIONS Kinnan ...................,..... ................... P oliceman Sands . . . ...... ............ A ttorncy Hunn, . . ............... Travel fany placej Jericho. . ..,.... . . ......, ...,. M ovie actress fsays Mr. Griflithj Heezen. . .,...................,.......,.,...,. Social service worker Stirlen. . . ..... Clerk in a dry goods store so she could wear scissors on her belt Liebbe ...... ...,...,...,....... lN 'Toney-making owner of a poultry farm McCandlcss.. ,...... . . .,....., ........, H er aunt's "hired girl" Lichty .... . . . .....,..,............ Cowboy Griflith .... ..... ..,........ C h ampion marble player Prochaska .... .... . A man with a hair lip so he could talk funny Mark ...... ...........,..........,. T rombone player Shook ..... ...... T all engineer running a fast train Kcmble .,.. ......... R ider of a big white horse in a circus .1-.......A The Smalley Twins were arguing about the selection being played at the band concert. "lt,s Beethoven's Sonata," said one. "No, it's 'Poet and Peasant,' I' claimed the other. To settle the argument, one of them went to the band stand and then hurried back. "VVe were both wrong," she said. "It's the 'Refrain from Spittingl' It says so on the noticefl OSCAR GROSSHEIM MOKEE FEED and STUDIO GRAIN CO. OM.-XR FLOUR. FIELD SEEDS, Gfade Ph0f0gf'aPhJ and F or Phones 284--339 Ofver 46 Years S00 E. Second St. Muscatine, Iowa 7. It's a deep dark secret QUANDT DRY GOODS SHOP SCHWERTFEGER "Someone must sell the WORKS better things." 129 EAST SECOND It might embarrass Don. MRS. LINK OLN SPEAKING Two score less two years ago our grandpaps brought forth in this fair ffairly good, city a new high school conceived in slavery and dedicated to the inspiration that all pupils are not created equal. Now we are engaged in a great teacher war testing whether this high school, or any other high school, so organized and so run, can long stand up. VVe are met in the crowded halls of that war. We are met to dedicate part of them as the final resting place of those who will teach here, and give their ideas that this system might stand. It is not altogether fitting and proper that we should do this, but in a larger sense we cannot sell--cannot give--this school to those who have struggled fhopelesslyj with us here. The persistent, here and there, have given it to us, far beyond our power to give it back. The faculty will little note, nor long remember, what we recite here, but they can never forget what we did here. It is for us, the' persecuted students, to be enslaved here in the unlin- ished work that they have thus far so complainingly carried on. It is rather for us to be enslaved here to the great task remaining before us, that from these honored teachers we add increased brilliancy to that cause for which they there gave their last full measure of brainsg that we here highly resolve that these teachers shall have driven in vain, that this school, under us, shall have a new burst of freedom, and that the government of the faculty, by the faculty, and for the faculty shall per- ish from this building. . .pi-- VENA-VENUS By Bob Hoffman VVhen we landed on Venus there was a beautiful woman without arms there to meet us. "Hilo, big boy!" she greeted us. "VVhere,ve you bean all my life? l'm Milo. W'hat's your monickerf' 'Tm John Smith,'l l announced. "And lim Bill Jones," added my friend. At that moment another woman without arms appeared from behind a bush and ran up and kissed Bill. "Well fkissj, well fkissl, well fkissjl lf it isn't Billy -lonesll' she shouted. Then, with a Mae Westish voice: "VVhyd'n'tcha c'm up some time?" "Gang, meet the kid sisterf' Milo cried. "This is De." Then they showed us to their Venusian home. It was wonderfull Four poles driven into the ground, with cellophane on top. "VVell, good-bye, boys!" they shouted. f'Abyssinia Samoa!" Then they chased us into our space-ship and threw kisses at us until we were out of sight. 3 ED LEU GARAGE 1:5 AGENCY FOR DE SOTO, PLYMOUTH, and DIAMOND T TRUCK Nl! 220 Iowa Avenue Phone 1363 Our fountain is famous for its choaolafe. EIGHENAUER'S GIGAR STORE 211 East Second St. Phone 211 for all Sporting Events As :1 rule we supply thc high school class picnics with our famous skinless frankfurters. Let us supply your home also. ROMANN LIEBBE 8L CO. Makers of RO-LI-CO Brand Products EAT IDEAL ICE CREAM FOR HEALTH "It's Pure - Thafs Sure" THE CREAM OF THE WVEST Mfg. By LAGOMARGINO- GRU PE CO. . He's imitating Mr. Hmm. C. H. Leu Typewriter Exchange J. C. BROUD Complete line of SPORTING GOODS FISHING TACKLE TENNIS EQUIPIVIENT -4,- FOR SALE OR RENT HT1, sf- 1, 11' Over Thirty Yeilrx of Service Ze we 'fm :amy Ol y johnson: Say, this car you sold me can't climb a hill. You swore up and down it was a good car. Dealer: No, I didn't swear up and down. I said on the level it was a good car. img... RECIPE MA'rEruALs l more or less intelligent student 4 tablespoons English 2 tablespoons mathematics I tablespoon chemistry 2 tablespoons history 1 teaspoon Latin l pinch speech A dash of sociology PROCEDURE Place student in upright position. Pour in English, mathematics, and Latin. Stir well. Add chemistry and heat until entirely assimilated. If lumpy, strain through about three thicknesses of eighth periods at this stage. Then add speech and sociology, after which let stand for about six months until ready to sit down. Flavor to taste with a little salesmanship and bake well in moderate study hall. Remove when lightly brown and serve with sauce composed of half and half bookkeeping and farm shop. Sprinkle lightly with typewriters. Should serve to give six dozen faculty members one severe headache each. CO. Phone 2431 1060 Hershey Ave. VVHOLESALE t FRUITS and VFGFTABLF9 S ' ' ' A " GROCERY Sand and Gravel GROCERIES 207 YVest Front Street RO-LI-CO MF ,TQ Muscatine, Iowa Muscatine, Iowa It scratches my lwad for me. HUME MADE AUTO PARTS COMPANY Distributors of REPLACEIVIENT PARTS ICE CREAM AND CANDY YVe deliver any time for parties, dinners, etc. HOT DINNERS every day, that are home cooked. Muscatine, Iowa HARRY F' SICKMAN Phone 2553 210 VVest Second 28. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." ROOMS VVoodworking Room,VVherein M. H. S. Society of Thumb Smashers is wont to meet Chemistry Lab ............................... W'hercin ariseth awful aromas Agriculture ..., . ,... VVherein is decided the fates of our future cows and chicks English Rooms. . ....... VVherein Mr. A. VV. Fulgrammar meets his Waterloo History Rooms .... ................,.... W Vherein things repeat themselves Mathematics Rooms ............ YVherein numerous headaches are born Speech Rooms. ., .... Wherein embarrassing moments are banished Reading Rooms .... ........... Y Vherein the men are not allowed Study Halls ..... .......,...... W herein romance runs rampant Printing ....,... .... Y Vherein Auroran copy finds its ultimate end Auroran oflice. . . .... VVhere in the dickens is my hat? Goodbye! "IO WA'S FINEST THEA TRE" PERFECT VENTILATION BEST OF PICTURES i BosTEN s' i . D K 4 f. PRIDE OF MUSCATINE ' HOINIE - OWNED Where You Find Real Comfort and Satisfaction PLAYING THE BIGGEST PICTURES - AND LATEST HITS- 16. He's trying to dodge his feminine admirers. QUESTIONS .-iymverx to tlzefe gueftiom can be found in fhe adtfertifemarlhf. I. Who is the champion woman hater? ' 2. Why did Bud Grau give up locker visiting? 3. What teacher was a former honor roll student of M. H. S.? 4. VVhy did Mr. Kinnan start wearing a tie? . 5. WVhat was Dorothy Sauer's biggest thrill? 6. Why is the Auroran ollice Lange's and Reuling's hanging out place? 7. What do Marion N. and Dorothy L. know about bob-sled walking? 8. How does Miss McCandless tell the Smalley twins apart? 9. Why did Bob Weber get three days in the oiiice? 10. Is Birdie Sickman really afraid of mice? ll. VVhy did you like to skate at Fversmeyeris, hrlary Alice Blean? 12. Why did Miss Smith change her opinion of Francis Pallischeck? 13. Why were you transferred to A-25, Paul Pallischeck? 14. Smalleys, why do you object to having your name in "Torrid Topics?" IS. Do you know anybody at Iowa State, Nlabel Nash? 16. VVhy is it so hard to get Dick Kautz' name in the Auroran? 17. Why do you raise your forehead when you talk, John Fishburn? 18. Why did you sprain your ankle during track season, Clayton Bosten? 19. Why do Janet Kornetnan and Pauline Horst pal around together? 20. VVhy do you like to visit in Clinton, Lola Folsom? 21. NVhat's a description of your hero, Ruth Springborn? 22. lfVhy does Mr. Mac's face always turn red when he's giving a speech? 23. How do you like being an ad "man," Florence lVIcKenzie? ' 24. VVhat's the peek hole in the door between A-25 and the Auroran office for? 25. W'hy does Mr. Hunn collect Wild VVest magazines in A-25? 26. Why did they make the rules.and regulations of the school so strict this year, lVIr. Messenger? 27. VVhat was the most redeeming feature about debate this year, Corrine Hetzler? 28. W'hat's the assembly theme song? 29. W'ho's your favorite study hall teacher, Norman Horst? 30. What is the reason for Laura May Bowlby's popularity? 1-4.- A FAKE REMFDY A corn syrup manufacturing company received the following letter: Dear Sirs- l have ate three cans of your corn syrup and it ain't helped my corns one bit. Truly yours, Robert Prichard ,.....,....- When Clark Brown handed in his geometry paper he signed Mae West's name on the bottom of it. Miss Smith, not knowing what he meant by this, asked him why he had put it there. ' Brown said, "I done 'em wrong." H VERCAMP DRUG STORES 1.4.-Q,....T. 110 VVest Second St. 203 East Second St. HIGH SCHOOL DAZE Min Hap A confession, they say, is good for the soul, so l'm going to bring my soul up to par by confessing. For four whole years l've been acting as a spying committee fself- appointedj to determine what changes were needed within the M. H. S. realm. After careful consideration, I hereby submit my report. French club breakfasts should be forbidden. Too many people have suffered from indigestion as a result of them. Furthermore, any club that inflicts such pun- ishments upon its members as to force them to listen to vocal solos so early in the morning is not working in the best interests of the student body. A law should be made requiring that all high school girls Wear the same brand of perfume. In A-24, for instance, one always is in doubt as to whether he is attending' a wedding or a funeral. The number of watering troughs in our halls should be increased. Contrary to the public's belief, students are becoming drier every day. To eliminate traffic jams and to insure against fatalities, the number of doors in study hall should be increased fat least by threej. Ninety-tive per cent of our tests should be done away with. Teachers may think they can get by with pouring them on thick, but they'll be sorry some day when we all get rich and famous and refuse to speak to them. Finally, we need more school days fespecially the last week before report cards are duel instead of so much daze. Respectfully submitted, Miss Hap, Ph. D., M. D., R. F. D. Buy at Ward's and Save 1882 - 52 years - 1934 SHOES - CLOTHING SPORTING GOQDS This is my fifty-second TIRES h RADIOS - FURNITURE year in a hardware store. It has been a pleasure Niontgomery Ward to serve zt great school. 8: Co. Muscatine - Iowa HCUFY G' 20. He's just Kill old fa rtll ily friend. 27. The lack of menthol Cough drops. BUICK - PONTIAC SALES and SERVICE L. R. HEITZ 85 SON Ill-113 E. Third Phone 105 36. So we can compare with Davenport. "If it's new, 'we have it." ZOLLER'S Home of Lurky I'I"eaTding Ring: KIEWELERS - OPTICIANS 10 Olly when the occasion demands it. MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES YOUNG MEN'S FURNISHINGS CARROLL'S CLOTHES SHOP H4 East Second Street TRY LEU'S TREASURE CHEST 5c package ' Filled with LEU'S DELIC-IOUS FROZEN FOOD Best Wishes to the Class of 1934 B TTERSGN'S "Where your Dollar goes farthest."- IVIUSCATINIEPS LARGEST DEPARTNIENT STORE "4 For lip-reading students to get practice. NIGHTS OF NITS 'Twas the nite of May Twelfth And all thru the city Not a creature was stirring, Not one little bitie. fPardon the atrocious rhymej But out on a road, About twelve miles from town, Nearly twenty Hi-Y boys Were tearing around. fNow to the prosej In an effort to get a snack of all happenings it is necessary to condense as much as possible the numerous events recorded in the mind's phonograph in as nearly chronological order as can be determined. Left town at 2:30-seven men, one dog, one woman, piles of blankets, etc., in one coach-cramp, cramp, cramp the miles are traveling-arrived-cut grass-ball in river-once-twice--three times-ball feels like shot ball-only ripped-hungry, hungry-eats won't arrive until 7:30 -have one-half dozen rolls, dog biscuits, jelly-still hungry-rolls go and dog goes hungry-Bruce YVatson breaks out with "barking diseasev-rain, rain--every- body wet-other cars finally come-ball game-more river-poor ball-eat-eat- split up in two cottages-two miles apart-dirt, dirt, dirt--committee get best beds- Ben and Holtzer stay in better cottage, too-politics-get cats ready-storm, wind -brrrr-Holtzer checks legs of cottages-brrrr-go to upper cottage-no beds- poor guys-eat-all full-go back to lower cottage-Shontz and Hoffmann sleep on table-sore backs-no sleep-cold-jokes-Heiland hears "transport"-all run out-fake-lower cottage-Holtzer and Ben play chess-wind goes down and we can hear their brains grinding-must get them to bed-bed-Holtzer and Ben get humpbacked one-but-chisel Watson out of his-war-Watson breaks out with bark- ing again-Holtzer vaccinates him for rabies-pillows in air-pop-don't throw that back, Horst, I want some sleep-sleep-breakfast-initiates clean-up-what a mess- ball game-Sunday School-Ben teaches-dinner-more mess-more clean-up- all tired-more ball game-begin dragging-old members conquer-go home- stitl' for week-no more for seniors-so long. Gerald Wyman fhotlyj: Sir, if you don't quit staring at my girl, l'll pull your nose! Harold Blean: Better pull out my glass eyeg that's the offending member. Sincere Congratulations, Graduates of 1934 OTTO GROCERY CGMPANY "Quality Groceries at Lowes! Prices" 206 East Second Street Phone 238 MUSC.-XTINIVS L.-XRGICST FOOD STORE HALL DUTY NI. H. S. Hall Duty Patrol and Imperial Guard Organized this 366th day of 1934 Commander-in-chief-Henry Holtzer Brigadier General-C. Liebbe Captain in Command of Company-L. Hunn First Sergeant-C. Shook Second Sergeant-NI. Griflith Privntew-Sands, Mcllrath, Lichty, Brown, Hillynrd The duties of this patrol are: To construct and commit to memory any such phrases as "Move along boys," "Time to go to classes," or "You've talked long enough." To be able to use them tactfully in inducing students to be somewhere else besides where they ure. we They help You Win. Phone 966 9 if fp I r 4 "J 209-WESTL, Dir! chasers for Over 25 Years in rwustratine SCHOOL MENU Soups Oyster-calm and still .... ...... . .... Carrot-red .......,... ....... . , . . . . M1sA'rs Ham-lean ........... ....,.... Spring chicken-nifty .... ...... Duck ......, ...,... ............. ,... ...... Rnusruss . .Clair Alderman .Harold Van Zandt . . .Merle Young . . .Jean Nloore . . . .Wimpy Evans Pickles-in love. ............................ Marian and Jeannette Smalley Chile sauce-spicy and fragrant .,....., .. . .......,.......... lrenc Barry DEssERTs Pie-a-la-mode ...............,.......... . .... Pallischeck and Fverslneyer French Pastry-good to look at . . . ..,..... . . . .Ferne Erickson Peaches-best on market ................... . ...,. .,..-Xnna Sicknfnn CONFECTIONS Figgs-overstuffed ......................... ..... Stick candy-the kind you can't lick .....,.,... . . . Stanley Becker .Ray Daugherty M1sc1sLLANEoUs Lady lingers-hard to hold ......,..,,,,.......,............. VVilma Axel Chile Con Carne .......... .........,................ lk flarguerite Horst Toothpicks ....,......... ,.., 5 Iohn Elliott and Merle Young ll I i I l ndividual Attention is given to every student by an accredited faculty . . . Your credits accepted in all leading univers- Q ities . . . And you will save at least S1000 on CGLLEGE MUSCATI E JU 1012 BEACH LUMBER POPULAR PRICED and CO. READY TO WEAR LINGERIE, and RIICI SUPPLIES .-X large assortment of wash frocks always on hand Plant Service S P UN, Telephone No. 9 'mi' 97'a""ff aww' S fVVhat might have been from friend to friend--had the seniors been men and women in 1880.1 Dear Margaret, Guess what happened here todayl Naomi Wiegand QRemember? She was in our senior classj tried to commit suicide here today by jumping oh' the high bridge. But ...... in the attempt, she tripped on her fourth or fifth petticoat and fell, breaking out her two front teeth. Nly dear, you should see her, especially when she smiles. Everyone thinks the reason was her broken heart. You see, Joe Van Ysseldyk, her former sweetheart, made known his engagement yesterday to Ruth Springborn, one of the dear friends of Naomi. Then too, they had broken up only a few days ago, because of a disagreement over a buggy ride, an argument in which her father interfered. More news, good news. At last this city is to have some decent sidewalks. Re- member Paul Lee, the Beau Brummel of our graduating class? VVell, he's laying them. They are to be of good boards, and without cracks. It all came about be- cause that old skin-Hint, Vernon Shontz, dropped a nickel down the crack, and, in attempting to get it out, he got his thumb caught. l happened to be on the street- and did he look funny! He raised such a fuss that the mayor, Clifford TeStrake, another of our boys who made good, decided to loosen up. One more thing. Bud Grauis horse ran away with him this week when he was taking jean Moore fstill togetherj for a ride. And guess who rescued them? None other than my hero, Bob Prichard. I'm writing this on Tuesday, so you'll be sure to get it next month fthree weeksj. Q Your sincere friend, Helen Reuling ...,.,....L VVatson: Say, Bob, I surely got a bargain today. Bob Rice: You did? W'atson: Yes. You told me that blue poker chips were worth a dollar apiece, and I got a whole lot of them at a sale for seventy-five cents. ...Qi-L Paul Pallischeck: That's a good looking hat, Bill. Bill Stirlen: I bought it five years ago, had it cleaned three times, changed twice in restaurants, and itls still as good as new. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES Measure of Time 60 min. .,..........,..... I period 30 periods ..... 20 wks ...... Z sems. ...... . I school year ..... .....,...Iwk. .......lsem. ....I school yr. ...,,,lfresh. I fresh. ....... .... I soph. I soph. ...,.. ..... I jr. I jr. ........... . ..... 1 sr. I sr. .............,.. ..... 4 yrs. 4 yrs. at M. H. ..... graduation Dry Measure 2 studies .................., 2 books 2 books ................. I lockerful 1 lockerful ..... I junk pile ......... ...I junk pile bonfire I bonfire .................... ashes Long Measure IZ in. .... .....,...... ,,... l f t. I ft. . .. .... ..... l shoe 2 shoes. . . ..... I person I person .......... ,.... 6 ft. 4- in. 6 ft. 4 in. ........,..... John Elliott Dirt Measure I mouthful of dust. . . IO pieces chalk ...., I dirty floor ,.... I sweeper ......... I janitor ........... Bad Mea I rubber band ....... I paper wad ........ S min. mischief ,,.... Too much noise .,.... I angry teacher ..... . . I0 pieces chalk . . . . I dirty floor . . . . I sweeper janitor . . .Mr. Mueller SLlI'C . . . . 1 paper wad .S min. mischief .too much noise . I angry teacher . . I trip to oilice I trip to ohice ....,.... 3 days-A-25 3 days-A-25. ...,.,.. Charles Anson M. H. S. Value 25 sticks of gum ........., 5 packages 5 packages ........,.....,..... 25C 2Sc .............. I lb. molding clay I lb. molding clay ,.............. . . . . . . . . . I M. H. S. student's head SIX AGES OF VVOMEN Safety pins Hair pins Clothes pins Fraternity pins Diamond pins Rolling pins OUR BEST VVISHES TO THE CLASS OF '34 pw I , e 103' HAWKEYE PEARL BUTTON COMPANY TO NEAL SANDS He came. He saw. He conquered. May his name resound forever through the halls of this old school. He found the crown, the Little Six crown, of M. H. S. lying in the sand, and he picked it up, not with his sword, but with his ability to build championship teams. He broke the ban on Little Six victories which had existed here for nearly twelve years. But he has done more. He has laid the foundation for future football develop- ment. He has left something for us to work for and to work with. He has given new hope to a lagging football spirit, an accomplishment, which, after all, means a great deal more than a string of victories. So to you, Neal Sands, we say this: May your future be as successful as your past here has been. May you be appreciated by those with whom you are to work, as you have been by us-the students of Muscatine High School. ..........M VVHAT VVOULD HAPPEN IF: l-The Smalleys wercn't twins? 2-M. H. S. had elevators? 3-Nlac couldn't talk? 4-Mr. Johnson didn't have a temper? 5-There was no Auroran staff? 6-Stanley Becker dieted? 7-We didn't have athletics? S-We had vacation all year? 9-Hi-Y was better than Hi-Tri? I0-Mr. Holtzer forgot to give a chemistry testi ll-They ever served spinach in the cafeteria? 12-VVilma Altenbernd ever got a Cf 13-Mr. Howe ever loafedf - ' I4-Fletcher ran out of peroxide? IS-Miss Hinrichsen forgot to give an assignment? 16-The Auroran came out late? I7-Mr. Mark ever smiled? I8-l'd shut up? sly.-.-.. Whitney liflannhardtz Do you ever allow a man to kiss you when you're out motoring with him? Helene Toyne: Never. lf a man can drive safely while kissing me, he's not giving the kiss the attention it deserves. FEMININE FOOTBALL FAN "What a lovely evening! Isn't this going to be the loveliest football game? Oh, look at those lines on the field. Aren't they white? Yes, I know the game has started. Aren't those the duckiest suits the W'ilton boys have? My, isn,t the boy in the hel- met good-looking? Of course, I know all the boys wear helmets, but I mean the one with curly hair-anyway, I know his hair is curly. VVhat's that boy hollering for? And numbers! Huh, can't he even count? My, the players are getting their clothes dirty. Oh, here comes a boy running off the iield. Isn't his face black? Mercy, is he going to drink ALL that water? Guess I'll buy a hot dog. I know I've just eaten a sack of peanuts and an ice-cream bar, but if no one buys, how will the Auroran stall' make any money? Oh, there goes the gun-the end of the game. VVasn't that the loveliest game? It held my interest EVERY minute! Shall we go to the game next Friday night? .?.....T.. THROVV IT AT HIM Dorothy Bowen Qdashing madly into the inlirmary, holding tightly to her headj: Give me something for my head, Doc. Quick! Give me something for it. Busy Doc Folsom, Jr.: I wouldn't take it as a gift. .l.g..i.. Mother: Colne here, Birdie! VVhere did that cruel boy hit you? Birdie Sickman: Boo--ooo-ooooo! WVe were havin' a naval battle, and he torpedoed me in the engine room. LINPARK BROOKS WASHING NI: tiitt facturers and Retailers CLEANING IVlEN'S CLOTHES Hats--32.95 DYEING 120 East Second Street MUSCATINE, IOWA HONESTY Phone 546-.I SERVICE COURTESY BROWER OIL CO. RING 30 TEXAGO 1 MAGN US "Service wilh a smile" L IS. So I wouldn't have to keep t i':i ining. ' THE MUSCATINE COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY "ln the jieffl of 0!DJ'6I'E"!Ifi0lL, chance fwvor: only the mimi fchifk if prepared."-I'As'I'IsUR. R. M. Aiusv T. F. BEVIQRIIJGE l'lNllX'lA BRAUNW.-IR'rII A. L. BRYAN A. B. CLAPP W. VV. DAUT IC. L. IiMERsoN - MEMBERS - MUSCATINE B. Iii. EvI5RsM1sYI-:R S. D. FoI.soNI lff. B. FULLIAM R. R. Golan L. C. Howlz L. KLEIN WILTON JUNCTION G. D. L1szo'r'I'1s W. S. NORTON A. J. OLIVER C. P. PHILLIPS G. A. SYWVASSINK E. K. 'IBYLER T. I. WIGINI G. G. L15I'rII H. P. IVIASON L. C. XVINTER CONESVILLE NICHOLS H. H. ENGLIsII V. O. MUENCII VVISST LIBERTY L. A. ROYAL A. E. ADYE Once upon a time in the not too distant past there were three trees. They were young trees and very small. So small were they that they deserved not the name of tree. Shall we call them treelets? Now in the land where these treelets were wont to grow there was a VVl1ld"-ll big bad wind. And once it blew very hard in the west. The first treelet stood very straight and refused to give way to the wind's break. The second little tree did break and fall over because he could not take it. And then the wind did blow toward the east and the third treelet bent to the east, but it did not break. The Iirst treelet still stood straight and tall. So the wind became very angry. He blew from the north and from the south. From all corners of the world he hurled himself at the two little treelets. The second little treelet bent with the wind--every way it blew-but it did not break. The first treelet flinched not, but stood straight and tall. And so the wind grew tired and ceased his blow- ing, and the two treelets were left, the one tall and straight. But lol-what has become of our other little friend? He is not broken. Then what can have hap- pened? He swayed this way and that with every whim of the big bad wind so that he could no longer stand, and so he gave up the ghost, and is no more. And the brave little treelet which broke not nor bent grew up to be a big tree, tall and strong, and was a lesson thereafter and even unto this day to all little treelets and to all who would become strong men and women, even to you and me. Bend not with the winds of life, but hold fast to those ideals which make great men, and you, too, will grow to be a big and strong man, one with whom men take shelter in tiI1Ie of need. .l...-- Langdon VVinslow: TlIere's a hair in this honey. Dorothy Thomas: Don't get so friendly. WAY BACK WHEN Some hundred little boys and girls flocked into the little Muscatine High School building Qfor it was then without the back half of the present buildingj .and hur- ried up the stairs, each to his or her cloak room. The boys' cloak room was where the immense Auroran otlice is now and the girls', across the hall, where some of the boys now hang their coats. Then like good little boys and girls they scrambled to the assembly, where they kept their books neatly piled. From there they hur- ried to their lirst period classes. The assembly extended from the back of A-24 to the south side of A-25, including the hall and facing south. The only time between classes was time to file in lines from one class to another. There were just as many "ornery" little boys as there are now, and many times they were sent to the ollice, which was located in the middle part of the front of the building, where Mr. Johnsons cilice is. VVhere the main oflice is now located, there was a recitation room. Then too, however, rules were very strict. You can imagine the laughs that fol- lowed when an old red sweater was found clothing the bust of Abraham Lincoln that now adorns our high school library. It seems that cur high school is queer now and very strict-but would you have li ked to have lived then? .M....i.... A GAME WE ALL PLAY Two boys were puzzling their brains to invent a new game. At last Stan Becker said eagerly, "I know, Bill. Let's see who can make the ugliest face." "Aw, go on,,' was the reply. "Look what a start you've got." -- Drink - ST. CLAIR'S Soda Water A11 the True and Tasty Flavors "fl Flluscaline Marie If'roJzu:l" ivan? J. B. ST. CLAIR BOTTLING WORKS Phone 1424 219 Mulberry Ave. Muscatine, Iowa 4. You wouldn't understand if 1 told yon. "I T ALWH-1 YS PA YS to SHOP az PENNEY'S" You're sure to find new, fresh merchan- dise here at all times, and we assure you that comparing our quality and price will convince you of the savings. . C. PEN N EY COMPANY K 101-105 East Second St. -Mg...-. The New Summer Merchandise is here now - awaiting your selection. .....,,... Com: in for your every need. Muscatine's Young Men's Christian Association A "Engaged in making men." MAKE IT YOUR HEADQUARTERS FACULTY FIRMAMENT Saturn--Mr. Hillyard Uranus-Mr. Grifiith Jupiter-Mr. Liebbe Nlnrs-Nlr. Messenger Venus-Mr. Johnson Mercury-Mr. Huun NeptumfMr. Brown Pluto-Mr. Holtzer Heaven in General-M. H. S. HIGH GRADE MILLWORK ROACH Sz MUSSER COMPANY 9 He skipped an assembly. Think of ihnt! SOUND managerial policies and long, successful experience have provided us with sufficient equipment, adequate personnel, and ample resources to render dependable service as artists and makers of fine printing plates. That you will be secure from chance, is our first promise. JAHN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 811 West Washington Blvd., - Chicago, Illinois In the foreground - Ft. Dearborn referected in Grant Park on Chicago's lake front. Illustration by Jahn Er Ollisr Art Studios. OUR SLOGAN IS TO BUILD It is our endeavor to have an establishment where people enjoy working in a Happy Atmosphere . . . This should build Character, Ambition, and Perseverance. Qt low PE RL BUTTON Co. 7 Maybe his little boy likes cowboy stories. AMBITION F A boy starts out by wanting to be a policeman, gun on hip, club in hand-to tell folks in a loud voice what to do, and if they do not jump to it, yank them right out of their boots and make 'em like it. That was the "tough" stage. Then he grows into long pants. What a man! Policeman-heh, heh. Congress- man--that's what he's going to be. Tell people what to do? No, he's going to tell policemen. Later on, he feels that that was too ordinary for his unusual ability -so, he decides he should favor the people by becoming President of the United States. Boy, he would tell em. Now what does he want to be? Well, hels getting older now-he's probably satisfied with what he is-a plain, unvarnished individual trying his best to leave things a little better than they were when he received them, and still probably not succeeding at that. So what? Ambition-everyone has had it. But what about it-what results? .......g.1. SCIENTIFIC M EN U Lycopersicum esculentum cocktail Even-toed ruminant ungulate roast Mashed salonum Tuberacuin Creamed Pisum Sativum and Dacus carota Lactuca sativa salad Saccharum oflicinarum on the cob Dehydrated bread , Coffea aribica MCCOLM' 2nd and 3rd Floors 0 ualitq Laurel Bldg. 0 Stole 0 CUf1luc-3 Yozffe assured of getting all three at McC0111t's. The Home of "SHIRLEY LEA" FROCKS "AVENUE" and "VVOOL'ART" COATS Exclusive with McCOLM'S 23. It's O. K. if you have a good sales talk. M. H. S. MOTHER GOOSE Punch-Judy-Johnson and Messenger Georgie Porgie-George Reesink Humpty Dumpty-Harlan Hoffmann Little Bo Peep-Jeanette Terry Little Boy Blue-John Brannon jack in the Pulpit-John Leedy -lack Sprat-Mel Campbell Bob Snooks-Maurice Young Jack Horner-Paul McDaniel john Jiggy .lay-john Elliott Miss Muffet-Anna Sickman The Spider that sat down beside her- Bob Prichard Tommy Tittlemouse-Allen Butts Tom Tucker-Harold Phillips Lucy Locket--Ruthetta Douglass Mistress Mary-Irene Barry Old King Cole-lvlr. Van Mother Goosw-The good angel of M. H. S., Mrs. Ruthcnberg Old Mother Hubbard-Miss Jericho Margery Daw--Corrine Hetzler Simple Simon-Bob Evans Pied Piper-Grant Brown Three Wise Men of Gotham-Holtzer, Liebbe, Prochaska Tom Thumb-Tiny Davis Tom the Piper's Son-Chet Butts Wee Willie Winkle-Bob Hoffman Daffy Down Dilly girl-Gretchen Korneman .-L...-T. FAMOUS LAST WORDS Mr. Holtzerz Finish the chapter tomorrow. Mr. Sands: That's all for today. Mr. Shook: So loong. Mr. Johnson: Are we going to beat Washington? IF TGGTH PASTE ADS WERE TRUE There Would Be Fewer Visits to the Dental Office. -l-o-1J3-e--- Slogans won't cure dental disease, and a combi- nation of pleasant taste, abrasive action, and in- significant amounts of antiseptics wonlt prevent pyorrhea and toothaches. The honest, ethical dentist can do a great deal for you. Give him opportunity to render you the valuable service for which he is fitted. Visit him regularly-as frequently as he suggests. Accept his advice, follow his instructions. Your dentist is able to contribute to your health and comfort only if you co-operate with him. Oral and general health requires that you place yourself in the care of an ethical dentist. fb 95 MUSCATIN E DENTAL SOCIETY 13 Tl etter looking girls in there. DIZZY DITTIES 1 Hickory dickory dock! Mr. johnson ran up to the clock. The clock struck one, Mr. johnson said, "Hmm- He's going to be late by a block." ll There once was a football hero lVho thought he was better than lVeher. So at him he ran-- He got smashed in the jam. Now may his soul rest forever. III His back was tall and straight And mighty was his arm. Miss .Ierieho could not resist The power ol' his charm. "l love you so," she did declare. "l've always wanted a grzmdfathefs chair." IV VVhat is bigger around Than the world is round? Than the world from Siam to Quebec? lt is easy to guess. You are right, my dear. Yes, 'Tis the waistline of Stanley, by heck. V Oh, hi diddle diddle, The eat and the fiddle And the dish ran away with the spoon. They stayed away For a year and a day. For Harold Phillips had started to croon. V I 'Iihere was an old woman who lived in at shoe, She had a million children hut she knew just what to do. 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