Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

 - Class of 1932

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S. mm 1:1..1l,4uu H-,apical University of Innlicma Tfnivcraity of Michigan 515111101 17011l1'.v1 5511001 .YIIIZYU 17 x f "5:"Ti'w ff f f i The Morning Aurora XVith all her splendour Shines forth in ecstatic colors And shows the beauty fhe Dawn. Sol In golden chariot Brightly smiles on all XVho praise the glory The Sun. of her gown- of his light- -LILLIAN DixL'GH13RTY is 5 f---, ,QW , -, J ' - w , ..afmff. f V, "' -,-4 ' 1 , i ll-fm V V. r ,zs-1' N XX VX ' N 4' XX 5 1 5, ' E , L . ' , .fb J ii 2? , , . U isa"-5. ,XE I BX, a :QQ 'fk . i 'fs' fi 4 , ra? I , " H, 'I A' Stk ' f-4' Us 1 "1-xxx X., ,LQBK .315 1' A ,::,l',-"' N , ss if pdf . Ls ss n gs, V..' ,chu b Q Znizhzizn-,gi f A 1 I A K , i- , , ff: Q3 s, ,f' .. 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Ball "Red" 'Such Imppy atoms lurl: wilhin the lasts Thu! lmll'-suspcclvrl, animate lhv clasxf G. A. A. '30, '31, '32 Glue Club '30, '31, '32 Bnslcetlmll '30 Adv. Presinlent '31 Tuttle: Gym Show '30, '31, '32 Baud Bounce '30, '31, '32 George Eugene Bartlett "Georg" "Tllr'rv's u :lace in llre lanrl for you lo D11 I There's work lo do uvilh an iron will. Bzmfl '10, '31, '32 Qrclxeilrzx '30, '31, '32 Gym Shaw '31 liuml liuunce ASH, '31, 'JZ Lcotlm :Kun B-211111 "Lee" "Ona who says lillll'. But lulcux in nlleryllxillgf' Gym Slnnv '30 Lilee Club '30, '31, '32 Robert Bernard "Bob" "11'ilh his maillenly blush, anal his ullu- ning smilu, B011 is SIIITIU a chap lllllflll while." llzml '2', 'T . . '.2 1 I vll xl 3 Orchestra '30, 531. '32 llnml Iluuncc '30, '31, '32 Noun '31 Junior Play '31 Gym Show 'Zi' Glcc Club '30 Neva Mae Burdick "Nev" "Sl1e'.v 1m1'fc'1'lIy neal: Ilcr temper is szvvclf' Glee Club '31, '32 Darrel Butts "llc proclaims himself lhrough his carnal." Eda Christmann "Ede" "Provocaliuc as lhe wvutlwer, YB! deliglllful lo lxuuc uroun1l." Gym Show '3l. '32 l'.ihrary Club '30. '31, '32 Soccer '31 Esther Edith Cole HESSYY, "A light hear! lives long." ' 21 -su fmw-"fl ' ,K iq.f'g2jN,i19" V. mi' f fix. .gi 'H ,K ..ff'-'11 -'-- X + J 1-,, Q-'H -X ' is i K I' L.-T-41 ,::g3:gg,w, 1 ,, Mary Cnllcdge "College" 'A .wp ix lhc mos! Ilml nmrluls nrc pci'- millml from any gable! uf d1:lig1ll.' Soccer '30, 'll ljznkcilmll 'JYL 'Rl 4:5111 slimy '10, '31 M zilw vlni Evan COllinS "POd" "Anil llic nigh! 3111111 llc fIl1c1I will: music flym Slmw filer Vlnlx Ihr. '31, '32 Stzntc 1'li-irns lizmfl llnnncu flll, '31, '32 Jnnifn' 1'l:ny '51 Iicrt Cripc "Bert" 'l un lu lllv left und 1 In Iln' riglll, lwr lllu IIYIIIIS uf lllL'I1 num! .u'm'l'." ficwrgu Frzuicix Cronin "Pi'ufwsmr" "I Inul: npun imlnlum-1' us ll snr! of gill Tfmqil Am, 121. tr: hyni Sliwn 'ill Vlnli 'll Lillian IJznii4'l1Qi'ty "Lil" 'Null' 1 .Yllllllllllll up rvlnc1n1u'u1zf'u nf lliinys lmxl, .-lm! sign tln' 1111-I: uf nmny 11 lliiny 1 xnuglilf' Xlullvr lllgli Sdn..-l. l'Iiiu:1Q". Ill., 'lik 'SIA Durolliy Dilwcs "Dm-I" ".l lvxl ix 11 Illilly lllul yirwx Ilurnlhy fnmi' llrr nunn' .Q lnvll-l'x1uI1lislnwl in lllis gfzme llvlmzltlnu 'll lilznv Ym--l'i-U '31 llnlllvr Nancy cle llrntft "NzlnCc" Smzivllzilly mnrv 1111111 lrzwlmly Ilnwlls L'llt'I' in In'r 1mu'11.v." Hlwin '31 lallllll lilimliclli Dinard .l lIlI11llI'l1 xligl 1 nm, ,Hill .vmxu ,Hy mizlrllu IHIIHL' ix '.ll1uI4'xly. Evelyn ESM-llc IJO11IigllC llurl' .xlill ix I1 smilc. llml nu 4-1111111 01111 u'1'n'1l.vl." Slunwin-U lllull Sl-lu-ml fill. V31 Slmniiw,-. Ulqlznlnmizn violin lhivuy "I,JlIc'u" "Klm1l'14'1lg11' 4'nIm'x. lull nnn.n'll.vc lingers. "N" Vlulm '52 Liyln Shun 'SU Z2 W., ,.,J::,,,, -, - f rf K X 1 .w. ,. 4 ,wg .,--, - . W vrg .. ', - f v ,, , , AT f41:.,r, . 1 ff -::.-ly", ' 1.1253-2 'H 'Ji-f,:b' ,,, A , E. 9, . -, A. i Kathryn Mica- Dunn "Kz1tic" .ily suluzl :lays 1Vlu'n I wux fIl'l'A'Il in ,ilnlgnnrlll .1l'0 gulltf' N1l1'l1I11llyl'111 Exuer "Noida" Hfurewellf Thou art loo dear fur my nog. sewing." Charlus Forlmurgcr "l'lmrlcy" l'm rnllvzl llll'tl1I Ivy purlli'lll4u' lYllXlIl0.'iX, but I lcnm' my i'lrurm'Ivr In-lliml mu." '1'1'2lc1i '50, '31 Tzxttlcr 1'1:naQ Prcs 'Ill 1,n':ulcr's L'1uIu '30 film: l'1ulu '30, '31, 'U .Xilxx 1'rcs. '30 Gym Show '.1ll. '31 1141111 Iluuncc 'SH L'hurlcs Frcycr "L1mr1cy" "If urixc rrm'l:.x um! lunylllur 1m'r:: 1I4ll'l of ilu' 1-nlzrxv, l'm xurc I'4l lu' In-ml nf llrc liiglx xrlloul ful'1'1'." Leo Y. Frizzu "Frizz" 'I.rn, 1111 hix xpurlx, lmx wnn quili' ll 'rcp.' Anil tlmnylx uf-r'u.vin11ullgf xl:-vpy, luis Inls uf '1u'p.' " Mm'gg:u1 l':u'k Iliulm Sch-,ul 1 1, 1'1l11,':ngil, 111iniui4, ',R, 'J 1741411111111 '30, '31 11:iskc11m11 '.1ll, '31, '32 A11ll'1I1l1'C1 Xzwmi Franz " Mitzi" "Ayr rnluml ruilllrr Iwr, :mr :'11.xlunz stulc llur injinilv lHll'lL'lll." 'I'ri-zu. Vlnw '31 1'rn-S. Vlulu 'Rl Gln-if l'lulv '31, '12 Txnttlvr Gym Sli-rw '.iII, 'll 1.i1n':n'y Vlulu ',1IP, '31, '31 Ruth .Xrdcllu finrrctt "Ruthie" 'lllm' ure luv' rnvx us llm fairy flux, .1n1I hor rlluclfx Iil:i' ilu- :lawn nl' dug." tilcc f'lu11 .KID Fruflcrick fiuiflg-umm "Fred" "11'rum'n ulllwiglx lmm' xnnu' iiliw lfvpl in Ilrv lHlI'li!ll'1llIl1ll." Tzmlcr Urclmustm '31, '30, '31. '32 11:11:11 'l'P, 'STL '31, '31 film- Vluln '31, '32 Ruth Muriu Coglcy "Ruthie" 'jlmlcxly xvlalum rvxiilvx in 11 Ivrrirxl llml ix :ml vnrii-ln'fl will: nnlllwr llirIm'x," Frcflcrirlc fiimrluclc "Fred" "Aly xuul luis ilx xi-rrrl: my Iifr lmx ilx 1nysl0ry." nw, 23 , -bf. :.Q Q, 5,-in . r ' :wg ' ' ' '- .ff-'lil ' 1541- 535, XXX ,, - r- f Rubcrt Goodsell iiB0bw 'A lliouglll Imlh xlrucl: him." Loretta Lcola Gr21ff0fd "Peggy" . . "She uxvs Iwi' 0011111111-1, llml'x no olj,lt'Cll0lli Shu wunlx In keep her xrlmnl-girl vom- IIIL'.l'ilIll." Cleo flub '30, '31 Hanrl Bounce '30 Gym Show '30, '31 Pros. Club '32 .-Xllmcrt Iiclward Gregor "Greg" 'lIe's nal nm- lo bv spinning uu-Ins of gnlrl As if hu ufvra u xpirlvr will: nu inl'nmc'." filcc fluli '.1lJ, '31, '32 l"f:utlmll '30, '31 'l'r:ick 'RU llzmrl Ilrmnce 'ML '31 f'luli '31, '32 GWCl1LlOlj'l1 Josephine Grimes "GwCnmc" "lim-r lry tn rrziclc ll .vmilv wlmn U0u're frcling glumi' lf 111:11 fln, lllil:ys'll jvxl Isinrlvr rlvrlr up, .lnil ilu' .vim .vliinv 1'olm'." Iiym Slilrw '31 Sflcrvx' '31 Iiglslm-llmll 'Rl fi, A. .X. '31 11.1111 .fu ,lZl1llCS Roller! Grimes ",lll11l11j"' Grcul Imprx mulci' grvnl mvn. So wL"ll livin' frnm Jimmy ugninf' 'l'r:nuk 1111. '31, 'Jig Gym Sli-iw 1105 l.c:lrlcr'Q l'lulx '3l'lg Bgmil' '30, '31g Urcliwtrxl 'Sup 'RTL ligmll liiiumgc fill. '.ll: Vlulu 'SIL '31 Milclrvcl Lmuisc IlIll'lZ0jI "Millie" "Ilan: llrl! ili'ng11'1:y llml iliunirn rlru fuulixlig lmfl mfuli' llivm In mulrli ilu' ml'n." V11 4' "1 " it ' lulv ,wi . 1-11 Xlfmn '30, 'jlg Urrlil-wtlii '3 1. '.il, 'Eg llglekftlggill 'ilk' fill. lhllll Iiwuilcu 'FHL Li, A. A. ln, ,-1 D. ,lulc Ilcslct "Jule-0" .-1 Ylll"l'I'!l lwurl mulcctll az IIll'I'l'!I rnunlu- N in-un'0." l.nl.llur: l.il:r:u'3 Vluli 'SIL '31, 1113 hh-U Vlul- fill. '11, 1:35 5.1111-U' 1211: lr. .L .X. '30, ',llg llzmil lluiilwu 'Xing 1.5111 Slum '.lll, ',ll, 'jj Ralph Eclxvzlrcl llctlcr ".Yl'm'i' .mgm in lnulixli Illiny Nur Ulwr zlizl u llVf.Yl' mmf." 125111 Slum' 'RU ,luscpli llznvicl llill "JOE" A'L'l'Cl' Url HWIS nnlrlu num Irul nimli' ig- nulrlu milf." Ulu- Clulr '30, '.l1. '32 Gym Slum' 'ML '31 llzilul Bmlllvc 'ill Amlrcw NV. Hoskin "IIosky" ".-l I7l'lllll'Ut' ix .ilHll'l'll' und lllrillingly lull, Tlml'x prubulrly mlml nullunv llwxv girls full." Glue fluln '50, '.ll, 'SI llnnil Hmnlcs '30 Gym Show 'ML '11, '33 2-I Am' " 5 ,. ,.... ,..,...Q,.....,.x 1 ,.M.IZff':f'5fL4fQ14w T' ' 47,40 5,j.", W V f '-fi'b1.u:Q-fr" "A fi "' ' E. H. Hulett "Hank" Jolly, rlvuvr. full of fun. A riylzl good frivml Io vnvrynnu." lfnolhnll '30, '31 Orclu-strn '30, '31, '32 Rfmml '30, '31, '32 Prei. l'1u11 '31 Gym Slum' '31 Ulu' l'lu1u '32 .1 oscphinc jc Ffrics .1 IO.. "11'lml rvmwx from lllix f1lm1'lL'r, Srl il :lawn us sn murll gain." Gym Show '31 fl. A. A1 '30, '31, '32 Ilnsketball '31 Soccer '31 1'2C1XVll1 johnson ..Ed,, Kcvp llly girl and llry girl will Izcvp lhuc llvrolcujf' Glu- Vlnh '30 llnnll '30, 'SL '32 O1'c1u'slx'zx '30, '31, '32 1:l'CCf11l Flsic Johnson "Freud" "I run nnly .my uguin I zvixlz I lcnvm nun 11 lillla' more," Iigm Slmw '50, '31 1-y1c Jones ucaseyu V172 If 1.1110 run wurl: us uwll lrx llc urls, '1', lIr'll xuun lu- Dlljlillfl im-func ln.r." IVV' 11111111 Bounce '30, '31, '32 'I Hlvv l'1n1m 'SIL '11, '32 Vf Juni-wr 1'I:1y '30. '31 jlf, Mmm Me, ,xl llyrn Slnm' '31 Julia Marion Kachur "Julie" "Thr l'L'l'!I llowvr of jlflllll1." Hyun Slum' 2:11, 111, 12: XUYIUII11 Rcihn "Norm" IIU :labs in puinlx uf ull Irriylll lluvx. .-lnrl ezrvrgl brnxlx lrlmws lmw lu use." Fm-t1m:111 '30, '21 Truck '30, '31 11cm-lur's Vlulw '31, '." 1'reH. Club '32 Hyun Slmw '31, '32 rm, iw, '31, '32 C100 flub '32 Tattlcr flcorgu lflflrcd 1xc11ey "George" "Yun nuylrl lo vul lu lilw. :ml lim' ln ml." Hun-l fm, '31, '32 liulmtc- '30 Oluvc .Xrmhs Kclscy "Oak" Tlmu would rnnlinu ln lm Irwell?-lllvn lvl llzinv lwurl 1"r0m ils 1II't'Xl'l1l pnlllmrly prrrl nal." Socccr 'SIL '31 Iklskmhnll Im, '31 Track '30 Hyun Show '30 C. A, A, '30, '31, '32 Junior Play Howard Keltz "Kc1tz" "Niro qnielnrnvs is more nolic'eu1Jln llmn ruzmly lzelmninrf' Band '30, '31, '32 Urc11c's!rn '30, '31, '32 - - Y 1 25 .1 fic -an-, J K, I-1 :A Z-TV ,Q.:.:,Y.N 1 3' Y' 5' ' 49" -f 'N W - wsu-..,, ., - ' - - " iiif..-.. 1 . , 1 X K 9 '1 Wy 'E' 4 1 1 I ,M a Kathlyn Kuttlehut "Kate" vru ix Il rlislunz-e in har lunlc Thu! umzlc IIA Iunl: 11y11i11." Cyrn Show '30 Hzmskctbnll 'Sli IJ11n11z1 Moscttzl Kingitou "Hanniu" "lI'.v 1-11lI111si11.w111 111111 Imp H1111 nzrllrcs life 111oi'1I1 Ii11i11y." S-11-Cer '3f1, '51 ll:1skrtl1:nII KVI, '31, 'Sl Track '30 H5111 Shun' fill, '11, '37 C, A. A. H, ll, I., '30, '31, '32 liuulah Dolphins Kirk "T01mIS" Q1111-I, 1l1'n1111'1', 111111 llll'f'lIll!l x1111'1'I Sl11".v llru girl 1111' lil:1' lu m1'1'1." Hcrt ha Martha Koclm "Svlliny lllu 11lI1'111'1iu11x ul' my 1111011 111111113 rlxialv, I l14!111' nu ull11'1' 1'I111rms. Hunry llurnzxrrl Kmrmzlll "HciniC" 'U'c'l1v1'1- :lu 1011 Ilml '1IL'illfl"X' llw 11111, lv 11111 uf mix1'l1i1'f, fllilllflll 'tix lznl 1'1'11ll1l I11141." ' Flmrr Lepel DEV. "lla .vp1'111I.v lung lHllll'N uufcr his Imolcs, 11111 1-111-11 llml I'l1ll'1 xpuil lui.: Inulcxf' 1111111-st1':1 10, .12 1211-cflnll 'YH 'il 'W ,Ivnh Louixc Lewis Ujllllifllfl I71L'1'l'!l in nrlrl lnnvx, .Lnrl 11 I111IrI1l1' :nf n11ll111l1I1x11 ll'!ll'1l.Y." Nurlll Ilnlx-an lliwlu Sclmul Nurth 11111:-111, 111111111111 lllcu Vllxh nl. J- Dmwmtllczl llclcn Lilliu "II1'r llwrrl Iilrv ll11- 111111111 ix 11l111111lx rI111HU' ing. 11111 flH'l'1".V 11l1111111.v 11 1111111 in il." flluc l'Il1lx '31, 'Rl Ninn! Ilulxlln- 'RU 11,111 5111.11 1:11, yn. '31 xl2lI'g'1ll'L'f Iflluu 1.105-fl 'Ifl'1llll!1 ix ilx 1111111 1'.1'1-11x11 fm' 111-i11g," liym S11-nv '30, 'Sl Iilizznlm-tl1 l'z1ulim- Log-14211-fl "Lin" "Thu 1111111 only xlmll t'l11llll'l',' ,111 ll1111yx rlxv urn' 11111 fnlxl. 1,,.l.l1.lmL,S--- I.. .L A. 11, .13 Bznikcthnll '30, '31 26 .-.Hx-...,..-....Tglij' ' ,Y ,.VmiQ ' 1,12 . , 1.1 x 1:1 , T , AT' , 1 1 M:1xi11u 1111111 1111111115 "Max" 1 .v11111, 1l11xi1r ix II11' lllllllllllfll' 11f II11- 1111 11111 uf II1 l'lll0ll!l II11' 1'lIl't' 1211-c 1'l1111 '.1ll. '-11. '32 11111111 1111111111 'SH 11:11'1'1' M. 1.y111f1c UH "Yun 111111111 I 11111 ll1i11Ic uf Ilflll 11111i.w.v. l'111' x1'l1I11111 11 1111121111111 1l111'x 111' llli.YX.U 11:1111l ,111, .11, K2 11111111 1111111 1f111n11:1 111-1'11'1111c MCC "1 1'11i'1" 11'l1 1110--11'l11'11 1l111'x Il1111 I11111111'1'11111 uf 1111111'x 1'111111'f"' ' ' - 'Ill '11 'U 111111 5111111 . , . . 11101: l'11111 'JI1 M111111 111. 'SJ 11:1111l 1111111111 ',Z1l 1 12:1N111l11:11I .1- 1111111 11'k'llC x1CfV1lN1lCI' 1111111111611 "TI11' .v1111111l 11f 11 .vi11l1 1I111'x 11111 1'111'1'11 111011, 11111 11111 lill 111 11 11 11, .1. 11, 110. '11, '31 111 ull 31 U 11:1s1cc111: 511CL'L'1' 311, '31 113111 N11-111' '1'1':11'1c '.11l f1I'Y7l1 M 111a'1' "1 11'1':11" l11v 1l1ll11I11'Nl :I1111.v flI11' 1111111111-.11 I111111'.v I lcrl Hwy I111111' y11111'." 1501111111 11:1111111' 1111411 511111111 30 1511-11:1 M:11'j111'11' M111C1' "Su-1" "I 1111111111 11'1'iI1'- -I 1 113111 SI11111' 111 Z1 V X X 'll 'Q' 1i:1N111'111:111 ll 0 11IllL'1 '1A11Ilj11C M11 "1171ZL'1" 31.1.11 2:11, '51, 213-1511, ,11111i111' 1'111y f1y111 S111111' '.111, '51 S-11'-'1-1' '30 G. G, L. 41. .X. .X. 'SIL '31 .XI'l11ll 11Akrt11 "Il1111y xr11'1'11111.' 1'111'1' 111111 I'1l1 11 Uni' Tl11'1'1'f111'1' I1'1'x 111' 111311 NL'151l11 l1'1'1'1, ll l111l .111 .1I1111 111111 11111 Yl'Ul'l' fur 11 girl 11111 full." '1'1'111'1: '31, 'll 111111 '31, 'Rf 1l'k'11C A12ll'1' N111'z11c "Yun 111'1' .v1:ill1'1I l.'1111111i11g1 11111111 lo .my 111111 11111111 11111 111 x1111." 1211-u I'luI1 2111. '.11. '32 15:11111 11111111c1' '.11. '32 Gym S111111' U1'1'111'wt1':1 '.1ll, 11, 32 lu- '11 '11 '11111111I .vp1'11l: 111' Illini:-" 1' f'lI1l'l'l'Xl'.'v 11 1ll'l'j' 111'1111c1: 1114111 1'i11g1.v f1ll'." 'S11 orc 1' Nt'15OI1 ' 1 1111'1'1'1l." 1 'Stl wwS.m.-,:f,-1 1 1 27 -1111:-1 8 Y.. 112 N . T 5:1 JZ-if "f1.'1". ', 75171.-1' '-1 , ' ' "W: , jack 1-aMoiu Pethick Conceive lUl1ll1 I musl 1111110 been ul len-" Glec Club '31 Gym Show '30, '31 11:m11 Bounce '30 Mary Parker '21111 Mvlhinlcx il is lime to smil Gym Show '30 1101111 '30, '31, '32 junior 1'1:1y .X11v, 1'rcS. '31, '32 Ruth Esther Pett "Ruth" rfllil 111011111 be ll 511111 mlm 11111111 pass by One so fair 11s she." South High Sv:11f11:1 Grrmrl 1151111119 Michigzm, '50 Gym Show '31, '32 Tr1tt1er Pauline Pfeil "Pfei1" "I pray 1l1L'L', :ln not 111001: sl111I1'nl." Gym 51111111 '30, '31 Soccer '30, '51 11z1skut11:111 '30, '31 lil. A. .X. 4311, '31, '32 13111111 B1-1111130 '30 Fcrnc 11c1lu P1c1cl1cr "Fernie" .1Ic'11s111'1'.v, 1101 men. 1111111' 11111111115 l7L'1'll my lI1lll'lf." 1iCl1l1L'111 Prcukert "1it'11l1j"' "1'1l'll1111l--11111 11111111' ix 111nm11l1." 11'.,r1111:1I1 '30, '31 "X" V11111 H3111 Y111 xv '11 "1 . 1 . , .-A Mary Louise Pridzlvkn -111 Iiglzt 111111 1111111111 111111 l'1'uli1'.wu111c 11S 1111: f1I1l'I1S+" Donald Eugene Prince me, e again ' fellow "Don" "llc Inolx lzix lznrn. 11111 for il's lltlfll, lfy .Y1ll'l1 11x 111' 11r1' fnrllinvs l7l1l11U." 14111111 '.11l, '31, '32 l'11'c111w11':1 '30, '31, '32 11:11111 l1111111c1' '31, '31 K nu N11 ix 10 C11fll'1L'S 111111151111 11311111111 "C11ar1e',"' 1 g0l1lI0n1f1l1, Il11l'll!lX..1.Y lhix 1-Imp, llc SL'1!lOlIl l11l:1'.v 11.v.v1'11111111 flillll' for his 111111. G11-C 011111 '30, '31, '32 111-lmtc '.1I1 ,11111i11r P1115 Class I'1'1's. '31 Hifruil '31, 'll 1 lrus. Club '30 O1'1'11cst1'a '32 Frsunces Rico "Frau" 11111111 Bulllivsc- '30 Hlce ifluh Ccnlccrt '32 fl. 11. 11. '.1O. '31, '32 1l:1s1wt1x:111 '30, '31, '32 Truck '30 "rx: ...x..,-..,..,.-., .1 .,.,.1......, ...Mi-..i..... 1 N.,- I shlnd un lln' ,ls well :lx nllzcr xlufl' 71' George XY. Rough "GCD," lhv xpiz-1' nl' lifv." Band '30, 111, '32 Orcln-atm '30, '11, '32 llnml 1141111161: '3'l. 'SL '32 Gym Slww '31 Norm 'SIL '31, 'Sl' Variely's l'.rlw:u'c1 khnrlus Shzlicr 1511" "11lu'n ix Ill!! lvurnilzgf' n'1'r lmulqx 1'un.vllln4'1I lllc 1.111111-u"s Iluh 'JU Iih-v l'luh ',1Il Ilym Shun '30 miflniglzl Ralph Shoop "Shoo1uie" In ull xpnrlx hc lulcvx 1: purl, Including un ullrlvtiv ln'u1'l." 'lllttlrl' Vlnsx Suv. '32 Hnskctlsnll '31, '32 "N" full, '31, 'RJ I.v::nlrr'5 I'Iu1+ 'RI Hnnul '30, '31, '12 Orcluxtr:1'2II 'il 'J mith f1l'ZlCC lmuisu S "I2r:u'c" ".X'4'm'r rlivl nmrlul 1-111' Irvlmlfl such lu ly gr1u'c." A 1 ,WI .. Iqm Shun .L .11 I X X KI? K1 U Iilcv Vhllx '.1Il, '11, 'jj Spnccr '30, '31, 'lj llznkctlmll 'SIL '31, 'J' V11-s. Clulm '11, 'll Josef F1'Il11k1111 Smith "loc" U Irrlnlc of fr gfrvul rflrcur, 11111 sonrvum' puxlx mv u1l'I"' Checrlraulur ',1II, ,-1 flnss Pro, '32 Gym Shuw '3I1, '31 Pres. lluh 31 Iczm E. Sparks " Electric" llullz lily Inil oil1"' 'lIl'I,'ll- "lIuw fur lllis lilllv rvrnrllv Ilrrnwx in l1v1In1.v." 111111-Jr Play flaw Yicc-V11-S. " Rl-11.11 '31, '32 Sara lflizzxhuth Stafford V "Bcity" Bright is Bally. ux In Imir, up Ilu-rr." Flnss Scc'3. '31 Glcc fluh '31, '31 Juninr 1'l:1y Tatthfr Mac .Xrrhs Starke "Mac" "All mwn urn- Immfx Ihr:-rfpl mhvn wc llu'n1f" Ilgm Shfuw 'SIL '31 Ruse Evelyn Swett 1. - ., Rome Some lllinl: llu' lun:-III ix mmlu for fun rlnrl frulif-, And so flu I." Snccur 'SIL '31 Gym Show '.1Il, '31 U. A. A. '31, '32 Basketball 'Rl Rolla-rt 'I'm'mcy "Huh" "lIrlmIfI ilu- mun."' I -... 1 , 'x lmrnl 71' Clam Mac Van Der Karr "Clary" "Tn 1'111'1'11 111111 .wha brings flflllll 1-l11"1'1', Tl111l'x 1111111 1111' like In I111111' I101' 11e11r," Clem Club '31, '33 H, .X. A.-C. fl, 1.. '30, '31 H5111 Slmw '30, '31 1 1'1'1-S. Club, '11 .X11x', Pres, '32 Tznttler Sfrrrurr '30 -llulifu' Play 'll Fl-llO111ZlS XX'?llSl1 "TO111" "11'l11'1'1' I 11111 111111111 I 1ln11'l l.'111111v, H111 I'111 1111 11111 l111111." ll11r11tl1y 1111111111 "Dot" "li11l if II11' 111l1iI1' I ll1inl: nn ll1l'l'. .lll lrfxxvx 111'1' 1'1'xl111'f'1l 111111 x111'r1111vx 1'n1l." film- f'l11l1 '11, '32 11111111 limlncc '31, '37 115111 Slum' 110 Zrtn XX'I1l'11CI' "Zeta" "11'l11f1'1' 11111r1' if: 111011111 ll11111 1111'1'IS lllc 0110. film- P11111 '30, '31. '32 . - -1 -., Gym Slum' al, J- Mary lflizalmcth XYQIWL-r "Ste-a111111wz1t" 4'SI1'1'1111Il1 fur lflllllll is 11ll ll111l llll' 111'1'1l, TI11'1'1' 111'H1'1' will I11' 11 lf1111111'1'n111." 1'1'1-Q, G. A. A. '32 lirnsl-cclbznll 'Ffh '31 'F1-:11-If 'Ru 415111 Slum' '.1U, '31 Katl11'x'11 XYcccl "Kate" Kicrlrucle fxllll 1X'cltzie11 "'I'l'llCly" "7'l1i.v is ilu' girl 1111' 1111 111: lillfllll, 1l'l111 l111.v 111111lc 1111- S1'lllIIl'X lc1'1'11 Oll II11' gn." Clue Clulw 'Rl 0rrl1est1':1 '30, '.1l, '31 H:1111l Buuncc '3lI, '31, '32 l'1'Cf. Club '31 fl. G. l.. '30, '31, 'Rf I11ni11r Play Gym Show '30 Tnuler Margaret liliznlu-111 XX'Ql'l'lCl' "Marg" "Tl11' l1111'1l1'1' l lry H10 gn111lv1' In llv, TI11' 111111'x1'r l 11111." Flnss T11-ns, '32 fllvc l'l11l1 '.1ll, '31, 'FI M111111 '32 1l:1sk1-tlmll '30 '31 Sncucr '30, '31, '32 Gym Slum' '30, '31 11111111 1I111111c1- '31 fl. .X. .X. '30, '11, '.1" Track '50 1Y11li:1111 Phillip XX'L'l'IlC'f' "Hill" "lili1.vl11'.v 11r1' Il:1' 1111111111111 nf 11m1l1'sl11." flare .'X. Xvl1ltl11OI'L? "Chix" 'II1' 1'1111 111111 l'llll 111111 1'1111 Illllil I11' 17111111.1011 inln 11--f1-l11111111i1111xI1ip." 'l'v'f11:l: '30, 'Xl 1'l11l1 'jul '51, '11 -.l- ., ---A---- -M V- V ,,-,f,,,-- . O0 -f -f .,,, ' 8 A X ff ' 'K 1 "l'1'1'.vr11111li111 11I11x 1111.2 11111' j1111i11l Iffllllfjlll Sflllll 1IVt"ll 111' .w1'1'i11g lll'l' 1111 lllc Screcnf -," ima-'Q :j . ' fy., If f A Tlwcoclorc XYiCI1kC "Tod" U'l1uI'x ull lhi.: lmxllv. ull lllis hurry, Ifc Iilcc mc-I nvm-r worry." Funullmll '3ll. '31 llym Slum' '30, '31, '32 flltlh 'SH' 'KL '31 ,., Rlnrmn Louuc XX1Il1:m1s " M :u'n:l" "Gund vnlnr lmx Jluriun und .vllwll nivv. lung Imir: Anil llluwx xuhlunx fr vlunrv, lull llnzl xlu' ix lIu'rc." Suctrv' fill. 'RI llaskcilmll UU, 'Sl 'l'r:u'k '.W. 'Sl 42. A. A, Xiu, '31, '33 film' Vinh '30, '31 Mmm .fl H5111 Slum' '-W. '51 Frm-flurick Young' "Fred" Will! ilu' lmlivs llu'x rullrvr shy Fur l1v'x 11 Imxitful .wrl nf guy." W i s S E f E f 0, f X2 5 "' Sl Y Charles Rzmflall Rclxccca Ihwrotlly Dawes X'alcrlictm'i:m ,Xuygusuvitz Poet i Snlutaturmu K 'X lf, Xl x 9 fx 552. The Honor Roll lxulvcvrn .Xll!ll5VlX'llZN XXIII l xllizm llilugllurty , l Spring '29 Fall '29 l X.X.Xllll ' X.XX.Xll l Xluwyln-1Lr1lr'f'1 l .X.X.X lllll'X'IllJllIIll V .Xllllk l llfmmtlly linwcx .-X.Xlil1l, .X,X.X.X .X X X XX X X XIII! fX,X:X -XXX-X13 .XX-X.Xl! fX.X.XHl! . .X.X.Xll LK' SPY'lng 3. Fall '30 Spring '31 Fall '31 il .X.'XlX.XlJ X.X.X.fXB -YYT, Y ,.. 1,-f-4 XAVXB B N , Q -v- A T , L Q . ,132 r . -. -, -4, ,M :AZ fag. F1-,i-If J.- " 1 " V .mx I3 W I , Q4 Y , Charles Forhurger ABBC .XAHB Mafgagf Franz Q BBBBB A.fx1aBC-- h -UBRH mah -M1315 Ruth Garrex ABBC -W AAAABH I3 Igrecl Ggrhcnian - ' -A WK MHHH TGI' -ET 5USQ,,p,Q3Q1+,-icg -h www p M.fx,xfx1a 4AA.-xlslals OLE Kelsgu- I1 BH li h XEEEK -mm QA -En BEE- Hal-ry -V :X.'XAfXllg - ---5 AAABB HM., AAAC 5 4 A.-XIII? is - ABBBB -Y -, ,,H,,,, JW?--xv Hg..-- ,--F--,id--iQM Irenc Novak I AIRHB Mm. par!! 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And, when we caught our first glimpse ot the ship, the stories of its vastness and superiority became, of necessity, even more extravagant. In all the immensity of the earth and the sky, it was spectacularly great. From nose to tail, the side wall was a long, smooth curve. broken at precise intervals by round port-holes from which the lieads of curious students peered down. Our leader, Charles Forburger, called our attention to a man, Captain Zabel, waving to us from the engine bridge. He seemed very far away and small, and his voice came thinly. There was a confusion while the one hundred and seventy-nine of us boys and girls were laughing and talking and losing one another in the compartments termed "advisories," Stewards were moving about with offers of help. tThere was another name for these stewards-the faculty.J To better aid our worthy superiors and not to hinder them in any way, we placed ourselves under the management of Charles Randall in September of '31. Shortly after this, in October, we made our first landing. at which time we entertained the Seniors and Sophomores at a glorious festival. Our next landing was made in a town of about l3.000. And we certainly succeeded in keeping them all talking of our junior Play. "The XYhole Town's Talking," TYe thundered along at full throttle until late in the year when we decided to bid grand farewell to the Seniors by giving a dinner and ball in their honor. After this smooth attair we swooped down To earth where the Seniors began new lives and where we took a much needed rest. ,Xgain in the fall uf '32, we felt the urge to tlight, and this time the climb was speedier, steeper, and more ditlicult. -loseph Smith led us through that last successful year in which we were given the liettcr lounges, and in which the Chef prepared special dishes for our delecta- tion, Yes, we were gtiorlg we excelled la th in athletics and scholarship. Some of us looked forward eagerly to the days in tlie near future when we. too, would Swoiilb to earth, and some of us were torn with an indelinalile and un- named longing? XYL' are now starting I-ol' earth, peering into lfternity, trusting' our futures to that paracliutefour education. Some of H1114 l'3"flClum'5 mmit f'l1L'112 others will liecoiiie caught on the plane. and still others of us will set sail for "term H1-mg" - - .1 easilv and steadilv. Nav all the members ot the class ot 02 have- lltlfif-V La11rl'1i11g.v'.' RTE.-xx SPARKS 34 , 4 M., W -.U - N ,f N 1' X AT ! -fr 2--: 'f lr E- D ' . t ' x -- X Graduates' Song And now the parting hour has come, Today will he the last, To our old school we laid adieu, Wfhere happiest days have passed, Of old times here, my friends, Of old times here, XVe'll think with joy in future years Of old times here. lVe're bound to leave our teachers kind, And schoolmates tried and trueg XVe'll keep in memory each and all, And oft the past review. Of old times here, my friends, Of old times here, XVe'll think with joy in future years Of old times here. Thanks for the lessons gathered here, Improving heart and mindg All these who've sought for wisdom's A true reward shall Find. Of old times here, my friends, Of old times here, XVe'll think with joy in future years Of old times here. Oh. comrades, some afar will roam, And tired the feet lvecomeg Yet oft the thought of old times here XYill chase away the gloom. Of old times here, my friends. Of old times here, lVe'll think with joy in future years Of old times here. ways A.,-A, 35 - -Was e 'X is i c. or ,,-rg-Q--V., e. 5x plc. . V, V . Contact-'32 Is Off! li ,XlQlQlVliD at the N. H. S. airport in the fall of l93O. There were one hundred and seventy-live of us all told. That seemed an incredible UNITI- her of people to put into one airplane at one time. in addition to the other passengers. ,Xnd. when we caught our first glimpse of the ship. the stories of its vastness and superiority hecame. of necessity. even more extravagant. ln all the immensity of the earth and the sky, it was spectacularly great. From nose to tail, the side wall was a long. smooth curve. hroken at precise intervals hy round port-holes from which the lleads of curious students peered down. Our leader, Charles liorhurger, Called our attention to a man. Captain Zahel, waving to us from the engine hridge. lle seemed very far away and small. and his voice came thinly. There was a confusion while the one hundred and seventy-nine of us boys and girls were laughing and talking and losing one another in the compartments termed "advisories" Stewards were moving ahont with offers of help, tThere was another name for these stewards-the facultyfi To hetter aid our worthy superiors and not to hinder them in any way, we placed ourselves under the management of Charles Randall in Septeinher of '3l. Shortly after this, in Uctoher, we made our first landing. at which time we entertained the Seniors and Sophomores at a glorious festival. Our next landing was made in a town of ahout l3,000, And we certainly succeeded in keeping them all talking of our ,lunior l'lay. "The lYhole Town's Talking." lYe thundered along at full throttle until late in the year when we decided to hid grand farewell to the Seniors hy giving a dinner and hall in their honor. After this smooth affair we swooped down to earth where the Seniors began new lives and where we took a much needed rest. .Xgain in the fall of '32, we felt the urge to Hight. and this time the cliinh was ,pet-flier. steeper, and more difficult. Ioseph Smith led us through that last successful year in which we were given the httter lounges, and in which the tihef prepared special dishes for our delecta- tioii, Yes, we were goodg we excelled hr th in athletics and scholarslnp, Some of us loolietl forward eagerly tu the days in the near future when we. tiny, would swovh to earllil and some ol us were torn with an indeliuahlc and un- named longing- ll'e are now starting for earth, peering into liternity. trusting our futures to that parachute-our education. F-oine of our parachutes won't openg others will hecome caught on the plane. and still nlllvfs of US will Het sail for "terra tirmau easily and steadily. May all the memhers of the class of '32 have- lltlffrx' 1.UlltlIi1Iff.Yf -JEAN 12. SPARKS 34 s mr- --r-ss 4 'Wi 1 We , 5 gs., If -, .f1i LE ' V 'Q Graduates' Song And now the parting hour has come, Today will be the lastg To our old school we bid adieu, XVhere happiest days have passed. Of old times here, my friends, Of old times here, XVe'll think with joy in future years Qf old times here. XVe're bound to leave our teachers kind, And schoolmates tried and trueg XVe'll keep in memory each and all, And oft the past review. Cf old times here, my friends, Of old times here, Well think with joy in future years Of old times here. Thanks for the lessons gathered here, Improving heart and mindg All these who've sought for wisdom's A true reward shall find. Of old times here, my friends, Cf old times here, XVe'll think with joy in future years Of old times here. Uh, comrades, some afar will roam, And tired the feet lreeomeg Yet oft the thought of old times here XYill chase away the gloom. 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That was enough lor me. so I retreated and decided to go to lied. l.eotl1a llehm, the stewardess. always lmecr mes very handy at almout this time, 15. The lmlimp developed engine troulile in crossing the mountains, hut Fred Young, the head mechanic, soon hxed it. Yes, he cursed the engine in French. Continued troulmle from storms caused us to tit- up at Kkron fer several days. we passed over our .Xlma Mater today. we saw Charles Randall acting in the capacity ol' Superintendent. l recall someone asking alvout a blond that we spotted. Uh. yes. it was Hazel Moore, she's the home econi mics teacher and has charge of the school paper. She thought she would lie an old maid, hut her romance with Charles is progressing nicely. Circling the city I Niles has really grown enormouslyj we were on the lookout for anyone whom we might know. To the north we saw liert Cripe operating a liig fruit farm. Margaret Franz seemed to he campaigning lor the ollice of county sheriff. ...Charles Forhurger had apparently inherited his father's lissex agency and was happily managing it under Clara Mae's management .... llolu Tor- mey looked as if he were running the leading Niles paper. the 'tllrumstickf' Evelyn Dt naghe's name appeared over a drug store on the corner ol Second and Main Streets . . . and Mary 'lane College could he seen lxossing clerks in the Kroger Store. Late today we reached Chicago, home ol the gangsters. llere we stopped and were met lay the mayor. XYilliam XYerner, and safely escorted to Tom XYalsh's hotel. From our window we saw standing on the corner. a rotund policeman, Norman Keihn, who was lmenignly watching two armo1'ed cars chase each other around the lnlock. "Killer" Smith and Uliattlin' " Korman were fighting a gang war for the monopoly of the peanut industry. lt seemed as though "Battlin' " had heen chisling in on "Iiiller's" trade and 'lug was out to get Henry's hide or bust trying. lfl. Last evening we went to the Hill Theatre. Ulm ve Kelsey ushered us to our seats. lean Sparks amused us hy her acting in a delightful hit of melo- drama entitled, "XVhen I Cot llome at Four A. M." Also, we went to a cinema this afternoon. This mf vie house was owned -1, -Q37 C W f-L-.V X di' ! .4 4,,ir6gL,:,1' 3, T Fymjd 5.1 Xe- -' ' hy none other than lid johnson. lt was just one of lid's string of theatres. Julia Kachur ushered us to our seats there. And whom do you suppose we saw? Gertrude Xteltzien and Andy Hoskins in "The Great Lover." Mildred llartzog and Rose Sweet were in the supporting cast. Andy really taught us a thing or two ahout that great American pastime of making love. As we came from the theatre we were handed a pamphlet by some prop- agandist who was trying to cure the depression. ln it we f0l1l1Cl 2111 2l1'tiCle by Zeta XVarner on "How Two Can Live as Cheaply as Que." The lllZly0I"S car, driven hy Arthur Nelson, lirought us hack to the diri- gihle tonight, for we are to leave early toniorrow morning for Los Angeles. our next stop. JUNE 22. This morning we passed over ss nieone who was trying to set a cross- country record. Sure enough, it was Clare NYhitmore. Great crowds met us when we arrived at Los Angeles this morning. The first person who caught my eye was llarry Lydick leading the city hand. He was wearing an enormous shake. IUNE 2-l-. Todav we went to a famous movie star's home, that of Kathryn XYeed. She has given a hig party for us, too. lid Schafer. the comedian, was there . . . as well as Eddy Cantor's understudy, james Grimes . . . Kay Kettlehut, the great vamp, was there, too . . . and Charles Freyer, the screen's most popular villain...Rehecca Augusovitz. who played character parts, was there also. . . . Mary XYeaver and Pauline l'fiel, popular Cm medy team, were present with some of their wisecracks, etc. l have found out that Temple Ball runs a heauty shop in llollywood at which she gives henna rinses to the stars, promising to make their hair as red as hers . . . that Jule Ileslet operates a tap dancing school . . .that she prepares all the dancers for the screen.. .'that Margaret Lloyd and Ruth Gogley are a couple of her pupils, Tonight we went to a first night opening at George ljartletfg theatre, the ".'Xppollo," at which liulalia Mcformick and Orval Miller were co-starring in "The XYrong Man." .Xlso I found Danna Kingston preparing for the next Olympics. Danna is knfwn nationally for her athletic prowess. There is an excellent Boy Scout organization in this California city, too. under the direction of Tack Pethick. They came to see us off for the Urient tonight. i ll'Nli ZH. Today we passed the Hawaiian Islands. XYe spotted Mar' Pridavka and Grace l.ouise Smith there showing the natives how to do th Hula llula dance. And could they do it! VNIC 29. ln the middle of the l'acilic we met a liner. On it we picked out the Captain, Gerald Ahair, and a gr verness taking care of some children. Believe it or not, it was Mary Parker. Ruth Garrett, now a nurse, was taking a trip . .....,i.... . . 4.1 38 N . 'V u y mfr- ,. ' '- 1 . ' x K . , -V - JUNE 30. This afternoon I saw the only person that I know in JULY J L' LY J ULY JULY JULY JULY A Lee -f lS A O2 around the world. In the same party were Neva Burdick, Esther Cole, and Elma Dizard. the Philippinesi Betty Stafford. She is now history teacher struggling to teach the Filipinos. among other things, the causes of the American Revolution. 1. llle decided not to stop in Asia, but, nevertheless, we saw llert Nelson commanding the Japanese army in China. China and Japan are still lighting! Bert was continually leading his men on to new victories. 2. llle found three interesting old friends in India. Lilli n Daugherty was a profoundly absorbed in India's troubles. She has given up all the luxuries of life and is a devoted follower of Gandhi. Ted XYeinke has ported. And the third interest was Iva Lewis. She has gone Q1 harem, it is re- in for missionary work in a big way and has become a leading light here. 10. Zig-zagging back and forth across Europe, during the past two weeks, we have found many people we know. Ruth Pett is a missionary in Kam- chatka.-Howard Keltz. an engineer in Russia.-Irene Novak. a famous beauty specialist.-Dorothea Lillie, Mae Starke and Maxine Loomis are touring the country in a vaudeville act.-Nordamyrth Exner is studying art in Italy.-Kathryn Dunn, the great pacifist, is attending a peace conference at Geneva .... 15. Paris at last! And whom should I meet today but Margaret llferner, now a notorious divorcee, as well as Eda Christman, the prima donna in L'COIlII'l1llll. lVe ran into Beulah Kirk, who is, by the way, an expert lin- guist, buying frocks for a New York shop. Kenneth Prenkert is engaged in the diplomatic service, and believe you me. he is some diplf mat. Dorothy NValton, Hertha Koehn, Lillian Mark, and Frances Rice, teachers, were just starting on a tour of Europe when I met them today in Paris. Also I found out that John Ducey had joined the Foreign Legion. Poor boy! 16. Didn't see anybody I knew in London ft r it was too foggy. 17. Safe at home. Celebrated tonight in a fitting fashiongwent to Loretta Grafford's night club in Harlem. Loretta. the hostess, escorted us to our tables. Turning to watch the two girls who were singing blues songs, I dis- covered that they were none other than "Gwen" Grimes and Ruth MeOmber. Marian XVilliams was selling cigarettes. She told me that she had ever aspired to be the answer to Rudy's much crooned song, "My Cigarette Lady." .Xnd there was Albert Gregor, the big brute, acting as othcial bouncer. The next act was a clog dance by Josephine Jeffries and Elizabeth Loekard. Suddenly the lights went out-Someone yelled, "Scram l" And we serammed. . . . AUGUST 5. Nothing eventful seems to happen anymore. I rind less and less to put in my diary. I believe I shall throw it away. ,.a...e.1e..-.LJ 39 . 4 -,Y jijrg' ff Y --ji A ,,. -.T W.. .. 11.-.1...a.-. Y , , ,Q ,W M, ,vm 1 X 4. l ' . K" ' if . it-4.-if 'f kr: fx t IT! 15 5 ci Q, -pkg wb? ,e , -- nt. ,mv Ei, -su ,gk . . inmate? 3"Lfw1T .-f 4 " The Will lf l'l' lqnoxvn. that l, the Senior Class of Niles lligh School, heing of sound mind and memory, hut knowing the uncertainties of this life, do herehv make, execute. and declare this to he my last XVill and Testament, in the manner tolli living: lfirst. l will and direct that all my just delnts and funeral expenses he paid in tull. Second. I give. devise. and hequeath the following to-wit: l'nto the 'lunior Class, the Seniors leave this hit of advice, "Early In lied and early to rise. and you meet very few of the prominentiguysf' Fred Gondeclc leaves his tenacity in arguing with Mr. Davidson in Social Proh- lenis to anyone who likes to argue futilely. ,Xlhert Gregor leaves his rosy cheeks to Homer llollmvay. Margaret Franz and lietty Stanford will their athletic strides to Marleita Hriney and lilsie Krajci. l'nto Ruth Garrett, we hequeath a crooner, preferahly a hrunette. Unto all wearers ol' silk stockings, the senior girls will the patience the runs and pulls caused hy the high school furniture. Gerald .-Xhair wills his hrilliancy in physics to Roy Lundberg. Rehecca .Xugusovitz leaves her raven ringlets to Pauline Pierce. to endure L'nto Ralph ,Xnderson, -lohn llucy leaves his ahility to lnorron' a pencil at a momt-nt's notice. Nancv de tilrailt hequeaths her skill in telling fortunes In the next person t-gtllt-tl upon to amuse the girls at their tea parties. A tie- ret- t'ronin leaves his alvility lo serenade the ladies ltr any ainlnitious sopho- llllll'L'. l4llZll'lL'5 l"rey'ei'. llorotlly llaives, and llerrel lintts will their privilege of coni- ing' lu school onlv in the morning to anvone else yvho's lazy' Leo Frizzo wills his title of "l'?t11l2lil1" to the most deserving man. llarry l.ydiclq vvills his shake to fieorge lllallter, liert crllre leaves his S. .X. to Merlin Clark. lfvelyn lionaght- wills her erstwhile purse to anyone vvho is in need of artifi- cial rejuvenation. -lU 5 --td t X n 4 t figlvlw . X, i 4 i Q 1-k'x.d-252' ,Q ' Leotha Behm. Ruth Gogley, and Neva liurdick bequeath their modesty and quietness to Alberta Ballard, and Annamarie Reid. Esther Cole leaves her swinging stride to Carolyn lYohlrab. The graduating members ol the boys' quartette will their vocal ability to any- one who stands in awe of Mr. l'omeroy. Unto Mary Ball. Eda Christman leaves her bashfulness. Temple Ball hequeaths her flaming locks to Charlene Shaw. Unto Charles Pierce, Derrel llutts wills his successful career with the trumpet. Clare lklhitmore wills his success in the "Cross Country" to ,lack Harrison, The '31 football squad wills the privilege of beating St. Joe to any future team. Lillian Daugherty bequeaths her calm and untroublerl countenance to either Dibble or Ribble. The TATTLER stall wills its ability to cut costs to all coming classes who pro- duce an annual during a depression teconomic slumpil. Hazel Moore and the other graduating members of the .lloow statt, with a warning to be careful of the new furniture, bequeath the last mad scramble for late material and headlines to anyone who feels equal to it. Norclamyrth wills her artistic ability to Miss Coe so that she may be able to draw more realistic pictures of hearts on the bi ard in hygiene class. Various boys repeating linglish tnames not to be mentioned: will their ability in that course to anyone Hunking his grammar. Unto Kate Renharger, Zeta XYarner leaves her cookbook. Charles and Clara Mae leave their constancy to Paul and Evelyn. Fred Geideman wills his self-esteem to his sister, Margaret. Eulalia McCormick wants to will her book on "How To Get .X Man .Xnd Keep Him" to the youngest Hartzog. Andy Hoskins, Bob Coodsell. and lid johnson will their curls and waves to limmet Pelletier, Harley Powell. and Dick XX'hite. E. ll. Hulett hequeaths his vi calvulary to Tom Kelley. Norman Keihn and Don Prince bequeath their oratorieal power to Clyde Reum and Lee Dodd. Unto lYayne Van Gilder. we will Kate liettlehut. Unto Phyllis 1'f:tt, her sister, Ruth, leaves her reserye. Qrval Miller leaves his becoming hlushes to Billy Shick. Unto Miss Laughlin we will a pad of blue slips. blames Grimes wills his remarkable t FJ feat tthat of imitating Eddie Cantor's reproduction of a goose's quackj to his younger brother. Frankie. , ..f..m.11r.12.JL.- -si 41 - Li- L. .ef ' x and 'luanita l'arker. .M 'l Lnto lloli 'l'ormey we will a new "Lemonsine." lleulah Kirk and Julia Kachur leave their naturalness to .Xngela Patterson "Daisy" Kelley wills his "It" to Frank llradel. Mae Starke wills her height to Ruth Graham. "Casey" 'lones leaves his love of English to any sophomore who Hunks that course. Freeda -lohnson wills her husky contralto to Helen Betty Turner. "julie" lleslet wills her hook on "How to Keep Thin" to liolm Swain. lid Schafer leaves his liashfulness to Thornton lidwards. George Rough leaves his sideliurns and permanent to anyone with the nerve to sport such CXITZIVZIQZIIXCCS. I Fred Young liequeaths his love of French to C. -l. Monehan. Ted XYienke leaves his "way with the women" to Don Thi mas. Jack Young leaves his privilege to take a vacation whenever he wishes to any- one in need of rest. Mary Xlieaver and Pauline Pfiel bequeath their jolly and carefree manner to everyone. 1 Heaven knows we need more of such peoplesl Ralph Shoop wills his serious demeanor to lierthyl Means. Linto the Oftice Training class we will the right to have parties sixth hour. .lean Sparks leaves her skill in writing articles and in acting to john Mattix. Kathryn Dunn leaves her capacity to wi rry over .Ns to "Moll" Malone. Iva Lewis hequeaths her high heels to llilda Laverty. Dori thea Lillie wills her aliility to drive in heavy trallie and to turn around on a dime lwilled to her l:lSt yC'2ll',l tw Lallfil Klllg- Tlig office girls will their experience in that line to the future nienihers of Mr. Zahel's staff. Marv Parker and Kathryn XYeed leave that "skin you lirve to touch" to afny- one who trying to find the recipe on "l-low to llecome lleautiful in Ten Lessons." Unto the future memliers of Senior lligh, the Seniors will the patience to en- rlure the present system of reform. Mildred Hartzog illlcl Ma1'gi1l'Ci llierner leave their jolms at the candy counter to anyone with personality and resistance. Grace Smith leaves her aches and p2lillS to Lois Bowne. The Senior Class hequeaths this advice to the lovelorn: "Don't ever let a fool kiss you, or a kiss fool you." 42 N 1 X . za haf- 'f . . , - X Q, , fl , 4 Unto future class parties and matinee dances we bequeath Hob llernard and his "Melody Boys." Unto Virginia Eaglesheld and Bob Swain, we will the job of carrying on for dear old Alma Mater in future boisterl us 1 FJ pep sessions, Mary Pridavka leaves her job at noon as waitress to the fresh air students to Albert XVymer. Charles Randall leaves his "drag with the faculty" fin some casesj to Marvin XVeiss. I hereby appoint Mr. Leland bl. XVallcer. of the Niles High School faculty, executtr of this, my last XVill and Testament. Lastly, I do hereby revoke all former XVills heretofore made by me. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this ninth day of hlune, in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two. Donorl-iv DAWES. Srrrvfary On this ninth day of -lune, in the year ine thousand nine hundred and thirty- two, in the City of Niles, in the Couinty of Berrien, and in the State of Michigan, the foregoing instrument was signed in our presence, and declared to be the Last XVill and Testament of the Class of '32, and we, not being interested therein. at the request of said Senior Class in their presence. and in the presence of each other, and where they could see us sign our names. did thereupon, on said above men- tioned day, subscribe our names hereto as witnesses thereof: D. Pression, residing ........ Unmentionable General Public, residing .,,,.... Everywhere ...,--Y Y-- lf, . QXQQ.,-, ,. .,,,: , ... -f.,Y'- Th" inf, ,. 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There would be no peevish people To cloud our skies with grayg Earth would be a bit of heaven If our smiles would only stay. "Smiles are very precious things," I've heard some people say, "XVe find it hard to purchase them XVhen troubles come our way." But let us all remember, That throughout this life of trial, Clouds of trouble quickly vanish In the sunshine of a smile. --ELSIE KRAJCI - -- - -1------fi ---J - -fi-1-vrrv esgrav--1-S1-4 WL' vm ,A r ophomore Class OFFICERS lx1'K'fi'l1'11I . ,.,,,,,. ,,,,..,,,,..,,,,, .,.. l Q lCl12l1'fl Rice VNU-l'l'k'Hi'lL'11I .. .... llclen Smith 3CVVCl1l1'Y -,,... .. 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'M ' .J 'rf-.-' A k:9,,.'Tgf -i...r -f VX, .' - T v 'WE f-'P' l-KT --W 1 u llyroli Kaiser Thomas Kc-llcy XValtcr Kellcy lfarvc Kcnugh Norman Kirk Ricliarcl Knaut' llmvarcl Kraft Ray Drucgcr flrtftcltcn Kulml .lnlin Lainlwcrt if I.auflcnslaQcr Ycrnc l.aufIcr lfllswurtll Laurirlson Harley Leak Tillllllllt Lillit' liurnvll Imng Vmly Long Marian l.llL'lllIllIlll l"lm't-lint' l,unrllw Rtty Luntllrcrg xlultn NIarlwllci'lc ltllsn rxrtlm Marlilc tainflt-n Mastcn lulmn Xlattlicws Tllarxlmall iXl2lXL'KlUIl .Xlfrccl Mt-ll Ilunry Merritt l'lcin Murrill TQflXYZiI1!iZl Mt-tzgcr Llnytl Mt-vc-rx -lust-pli Millvr lizlitli Milla Nt-lliv Kfolira Virginia Moore ,Xllcn Munrcln-tiw Riuharcl Murris I.ainar Mycrs lfrlwin Ulaclt Mary Olson liclun Orizts Mary K. 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The S. O. P. H.-'34 ROM the Sophomore hangar on Tuesday, September Sth, the S. 0. P. H.-'34 was First launched. under the careful pilotings of Mrs. Feldman, Mr. Payne, Mr. Richter, and Miss Laughlin. The crew held a consultation at once and elected Richard Rice, First Pilotg Helen Smith, Second Pilot, Charlene Shaw, Observerg and David jones, Mechanic. After a few more miles journey, football signals directed us downward, so we landed on Plym Field. After leaving some of our passengers, who were active par- ticipants in that sport, we took to the air again. Before long we heard loud shouting, and swooping clown, we taxied through the Niles High School gymnasium where we left a great share of the basketball reserve team, and a cheer leader-Virginia Eaglesfleld-to boot. Still soaring onward we strike for higher altitudes, always aiming for higher goals. always striving for better acc' mplishments, until we have reached our des- tination. the junior Field. --MARY BALL y eel? - -W as M sa ww-M. -V A A-K Discontentment Tm awfully clisco11tentcClg TllCl'U.S not Z1 thing' to do Except eat. sleep. and Study, Anal 1'l'l2l5'lJC a shhw or two. If I start gcttiug' bulky My mother Says, "See here, If you'vc not got a thing' to do, I'll lincl you somctluing, clear." And so instead of lmciug told To shake some small rugs out, I try tu kecp my spirits up And dm not sctmwl Ur pout. -ISABEL CAREY ,lr-M... ..,. ,,, D4 l...:......, ,,-, H ily. ,, MNZY N W L1-Q" lm-'Y' , Qmu?f"a rg f-'pawn V,E.M Sid,-:,,.fr . i.,J,,,.n,,w. , , a"Af..1 V. Y., r r 'I xf ,Q ff X M X X 4321 f 7" X . ,441 makin - Q W xii :T':r..r,1fl'v: . ,, 1 - - Zi' f.mm:2-Q.. uw:-si , 4 J , .., -.-Q..... .LA.A..x.,..,. M. A 2 -f-f Act1v1t1es li . .' 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The meetings were called when any important business needed at- tention. The club was under supervision of the Senior High School principal, Mr. Zabel. The members were: ROLL Janice Berkel Clara Mae Van Der Karr Mary Parker QTreas.D Grace Smith Vernon Metzger Paul Coleman Margaret Franz CVice-Presb Lee Dodd Gertrude Wleltzien CSec.j Loretta Grafford Joe Smith Norman Keihn CPres.D joe Hess E. H. 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The music which is sung by this group is divided into classes, such as "Negro Spiritualsf'-"Church Hymns." etc. In this way the Mixed Chorus has a select group of songs to fit in with the place they are singing. The Mixed Chorus has also broadcasted over the radio and has participated in many local events. The Girls' Glee Club lt seems that the Girls' Glee Club has never been So busy as it was during the past vear. Besides taking part in many activities here at school, they motored to XYatervliet to take part in the festival there. - They sang for the Music Club here in Niles. They have sting at the Ready Theatre and the Four Flags lil tel on many occasions. The thing we are proud of is the fact that our soprano section has been highly C4 mplimeuted on the rich quality nf the voices which is quite an honor for high seli- td pupils. The Boys' Glee Club The boys have had a very successful year. Led by Mr. F- nieroy, they have sung at the F- ur Flags, the Readyg they have broadcasted over the radio and done their share of the splendid worlq in the glee club concert. The boys have mastered ditlicult songs to such a degree that well-known Niles musicians have praised the clearness and distinctness of their music. Along with the Boys' Clee Lilub we also have the quartet. These four boys have sung together for about four years and are welcomed everywhere. They sing as though the music were written for them alone. XYe are sorry to hear that we shall lose three of this group. They have appeared almost everywhere. They have broadcasted over the radi0 a number of times. They have sting for organizations in South Bend, Berrien Springs, Niles, and surrounding cities. Delmar Bear charles Forburger I.ile Jones Malcolm Collins llelen XX'hitesifle 60 Qi, f.f.1Q..i. ' T75 N N tri M l 1' , +4 i '17 s'-w - " 0, Director ..... tlatlierine .Xrlanis Doris Adams Helen Anlus Ruth llaclnnan Mary Ball Teinple Ball lfvulyn Barkinan Nina Bear Doris Becker l.c-otlia Belnn Janice Bcrkel Beatrice Blake .Xlene Brown Neva llnrflick Dorothy Crippen Virginia Dizarcl Virginia lfaglcsfielfl Alice Early Margaret Franz lSec. Treas.l La Vane Frief Y Qiiinndr W 4' F The Girls' Glee Club Margaret fleifli-in lllll Marian llart,-on k Olivia llginiimnn -lnle Heslet Mary Hraclel lnes Hnli Laura King Elsie Krajei Zelda Krinonitz Iva Lewis Dorothea l.illie Virginia Lockart Marine Lomnis Mary Malone lfyelyn Merritt .-Xnclrey Nelson lrenv Novak Mary K, Omer Eileen Papai l ll'res,l llernacline Parker Frances Rice Milli Pfnneroy Margery Ruelmerk Charlene Shaw Frances Singer .-Xlice Skalla llctty Skalla firare Smith lletty Statifuril llelen Betty 'Vnrnvx' lienlali Xilllljlllll if M. Yan Der Karr fVice-Pr Nancy Yetter lletty NVainsc0tt Dorutlly Xvaltun Zeta XVarner livelyn XXI-rne: Margaret XYerner fiertrncle NYellzien Helen YVl1itesicle liarulyn lYnI1lraIi llntli XYriglit I llit I AT -. fs 1553! MQ., 3 up " 'ffifs' v-' X. AU: M L Y, , W. .G--:TI ,.,, 4 V- I f' . , '2il5H6, " -- - U7 7 il- "Z H, X- ' " - .- - - 0 Hfie un The Boys' Glee Club I5fl'c'L'Irr1' . . KIT. Hill: I'1f11lQ1'1'vj' l':uul lizwlqmgm ,Xvtlmr 4Q1'uL-11 :mx ylm-1,l1y In-lmzu' Iiml- .KIM-rt Hrcuwr Lil Mm- glgw,-, l2v1'11:11'rI Iiu11lximj Ifclvin IIIIIICS full-I Nlllllll I Xyylmy lg,-X-ul-V lmmunull Ilzmwn In-uglzlf I'1'L-wsxmixl II4lV"lfl H"i'W5' -Im' Im! . Vlmrlcx Rflllflllll l5x':lu14 Ilulu-Iwi' S'1'I"VW H"'5km Nik-lm,-.1 lqigg f'V"N'lf'l1 KQIUIWI' Ilmnk Il'-MMI Nulwrl Riulmurmls XIZIIIIIIHI llrllilli HUMAN Uk-I-alll SgIq11111l1I XX1lI:ml Vymlwlm I'-XIV -lumix XX':nl1cr Srhrump I L-Nu-1' In-1-In-v '15 If -Imm, , Mlm.,-1 gm,-gr llwrlu Ilurllcx' xm"l'l'l Ifmlm Ill '1', gimon In mm VXHU. 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'lllirough the ingenuity of Mr. Marks, tournaments were arranged which aroused keen interest among the players and guaranteed a steady increase of attendance. Frank Barknian XYilhnr Barnhart George Bartlett Robert Benjamin lidward Bidwell Florence lioulton llarry Brown Clydene Czilneron Lydia Choiilet Edgar Coonrod john Ducey Thornton lfdwards jack Iiberliard Mildred lftzcorn Robert Gootlsell Fred Ciondcck Paul Hahn Ralph Hetler Homer Halloway Cecil Johnson Myron Kaiser Thomas Kelley lValter Kelly Mary Kenney ,Xrthur Lambert Verne Lander lfllsworth Laiiridso Hilda Laverty liurnell Long Lewis Long Keith Langston Roy Luiidburg llarry l.ydick lillsworth Markle Camden Master lfflith Mills Camille Novak lid Olack -lane Olson' NYilliam Owen Ted Patterson Arthur Fears lfnnnet Pelletier lfvelyn Pfister Donald Prince Robert Richards Charlene Shaw ,loe Sherrick XYilfred Sineident ,lohn Thorpe ,lulias Vargo Edythe XYelling XVilliani NYarner lfrle XVestfall Ted XVienke lrwin XVll12CHl'l Donald NVhalen Richard XVhite lillen lVozniak Joyce lVonible Ruth XVright Francis Law Robert Zellers lori ii Home Economics Club The Home licononiics Club, consisting of -lunior High and Senior High giI'lS inet after school. Its object was to interest the girls in the different phases of honie economics. Members planned always to have speakers to carry out this idea. At each meeting a "penny march" was held during which time the girls gave 21 penny to pay for refreshments which they had at each meeting. , 64 l' 7' ' 'i N iii n i I ll 'E f-v--new-. AT"'m. --f I5 - OL ' The Beginning Library Club The beginning' librztrians inet llufilly 2lCllYlf3' 1'C1'l' fl "U ll L"-lmfflili' Nl lllc library under the direction oi Mrs. Rutz. Their first work was to learn the library hznul whieh all librzn'ian5 use. They were then taught how to make author and title cards which are used in the Iile. After a half year as apprentices, they become full-fledged lilJl'Zll'lZlll5 and are eligible to the 4Xdvzuieed Librarians Club. Florenre Boulton lfvelyn Burton Xaoini Cramer Dorothy lieisliert Dorothy Hartzog Dawn Hatfield Mildred Hemphill llarriette Hennninger Beatrice llibbard Helen Hill Dorothy Johnson flpal johnson lilynnzl jones Riharlotte l.1l1.lflCl1Sl1lgkJI' Florence Lundberg llelen Urias .Xlire Punderson Virginia Riddle lidna Spenner Dolores Yan Skiver lJorotl1y Yan Skiver The Advanced Library Club The .Xdvaneed Library Club met on Friday. lt was under the direction of Mrs. Rutz. Each librarian worked in the librzwy :L definite number of hours. She had com- plete eharge of keeping' the pupils orderly, giving out reference books, checking out be oks, and any other library duty which eznne up. During club period the librarians fixed books for the shelves, rewrote Cai-Q15 for the File. and did numerous other duties. Alberta Ballard Isabel Carey lida Cliristinan Beatrice Dibble Margaret Franz Julia Giddings Jule Heslet Virginia Hoag Ulove Kelsey Beulah Kirk Pauline Pierre Anna Marie Reid Marian Ribble Frances Rice Mae Starke Mary XVeaver The Typing Club The Typing Club was organized by Miss Laughlin so that pupils might keep np their work. The Typing Club met on Xllednesday and Friday LlL1l'll10'k.'XCtlVlU' Period. b 65 Eng l U- :,. A ,ii .J v..,vs..9--3- 1 ,1 i L , g?:5Lxm :.,i.k,CQ1N,gihF . Girls' Athletic Association The G. A. A. is an nrganization made up of all girls who have made a team at some time in their high school careers. lt was organized for the Purpose of en- couraging girls' athletics. The point system is used with l00 points for making a team. There are many ways a girl can earn points, such as dancing, skating, hiking, swimming, and all other sports. lYhen a girl receives 100 points, she is privileged tim lruy a pin with the clulfs initials on it. lf she gets 750 points she gets her and if she earns 1200 points she shall receive the highest award possilile, a large yellow with ti. .X, A. in hlue, on it. livery year a party is given to initiate the new meniliers and nominate of- ficers, This year's otlicers are: president, Mary lleaverg vice-president, Helen Betty Turnerg secretary, Betty XYainscottg treasurer, lirancis Rieeg hiking master, Yir- ginia Lockard. The niemhership for the year lfl5l-32 was: Evelyn Allen Arlene ,Xnderstm Betty :Xnson Bernice Anstiss Helen Ames Alice Astley Mary Hall Mildred Ball Ruth Ballard Pauline Earnhardt Janice lierkel Claudine Bishy Martha Brooks Alene Brown lilizaheth Buheker Clydene kxlillltfhll Isabel Carey Lydia Carr Iida Christnias Mary lane Colledge l.ela ,lllllkf foonrod Naomi Kramer Dorothy Crippen l.orraine tfmiiiii lflnore Dickson Ruth Dunn Yirginia liaglestleld Yivian East fieneva lflliot Mildred lftzctirn Mary ,lane lfvans lirondi lirucci lllarigarel tieideinan liwendolyn firiines l.ucille llamilton Virginia llaneiit-Ie Marian llartsock Opal llartsock Marie lrlehron Dorothy Heinlin Jule Heslet Martha Hill Mary Hradel lnes Hut? ,losephine Jeffries Olove Kelsey Mary Kenny Laura King Danna Kingston Elsie Krajci Zelda Krinowitz Vharlotte Laudenslager Hilda Laverty lflizaheth Lockard Virginia lmekard Florence l.nndhurg l.illian l.ynd Mary Malone l.illian Mark lCrlwanda Metzger Ruth Mrtlinher lfstelle Miller Nillie Molica .Nudrey Nelson Vaniille Novak ,lane Olson lxlilfj' Olson Mary Urser Naomi l"hillips Pauline Pliel lfvelyn Pfister liauline Pierce 66 L S lfslher Rathhurn Marian Ribble Francis Rice Marjorie Roeheek Victoria Saratore Helen Schoen Charlene Shaw Francis Singer Alice Skalla Betty Skalla Helen Smith Grace Louise Olive Smith Norma Stanley Cora Stanton Rose Sweet ,lune Tetter Harriet Thihbs .Xllene Thomas Helen Betty Turner Virginia Tuttle Yawn Unley Clara Mae Yan Der Karr Nancy Vetter lietty lYainscott Mary lVeayer Fdytlie XYelling Gertrude XYeltzien lfvelyn lYerner Margaret XVerner Helen lYhiteside Marian lVilliams Glory XVise Carolyn lYolili'alJ Ruth XVright Smith i at x ' ' fs i X 4'-vuwww R451-, AT 1,5 - "" gigs:-" "- 111 ,I 1 , The Dramatics Club The Dramatics Club met on XYednesday and Friday during Activity l'eriofl. The object was to read a one-act play every time it met. These plays were either read by Mr. Richter or else typewritten copies were given to the members and a cast was picked to act out the plays. They gave one one-act play before the Senior High School. Donald Austiss MHFU121 Hill Ruth Mcflmber Vernon M etzger Pauline Earnhardt Patricia Benson Frank Bradley Jane Calkins Merlin Clark flrvil Miller Nellie Molica llarley Powell Mary Colledge Gem-gg Cronin Fdnard Schafer CV ce-pres.D Catharine Renbarger 4- V K' - Dorothy Dawes FFHIICCS Slllf-TCI' Evelyn Donaghe ,loe Smith tPres.l Margaret Geidenian Olive Snnth Gwendolyn Grimes Rose Sweet Marie Hebron George Kelley Donald Thomas Marian VVillia1ns Laura King Virginia NVilliams Mildred Loomis fSec.l tflare XVhitmore fTreas.'J The Short Wave Club The Short lVave Club, under the direction of Mr OLll1flC3' met on lNednesd ' .C b Y ay during activity period. The members were required to learn the code so that they could make a receiving set. Ray Kreuger passed the government Station eyamim g 4 C ' tion which enabled the club to make a transmitting set which couldn't be made without a government license. Edwin Arnold Donald Burge Ross Greer James Grimes Vincent Irwin Harley Leak Harvey Keough Ray Krueger Francis Metz ,lohn Perkins Dick Pethick Marlon Sholtev Frank Skopec- Howard XValsh The Radio Amateurs' Club Howard XValsh Harvey Ifeough F k Sk Y Vincent Ivans lid Geighm-t RFS? Krueogecrc cpm J John Perkins Harley Leak james Grimes CWS' n Q Ross Greer Frances M-etz c'plQ5'l lCIub.r conclndrcl 011- Page 1031 7 Y-1 I j -A-7 V tn C-JB., may ws Cl -1' Vi-:,"'f " , M -H-..n-,,44 i 4 , Dramatics 'f SKIDDING f' llli faculty play, "Slqiflrling," was presented Xnyeinher IS this yeai under the il11'L'L'II. 11 1 l Mia. l iutz. "Sl4irliling" was a eumerly in three acts uri lay Xurania linuyernl. The east was as fwllowzsz Rlys, .IQIHIQS llglfrly ,,,,Y AA,, ,YY,,,, AAYYA,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , . . 1 T I'CflGl'lCli lQlCllf61' M1-gl lim-fly' ,,,,, ,,,,. I Qsther Tarrant Marian llarfly ..., .Xnrly llarfly .,,,,, liranfllma llarcly Myra ,,,,,.....,,A... Iistelle ..,...,,,A.... XYaune Trentnn Hscai' Stulnlmins ,Xunt Milly ,,.... K! 77 . Florence Stewart 1 ,..... George Balas Russel Payne Pauline Pierce Geraldine Peterson Dick XYarren . Joseph Xlihitwani Dorothy Manning lllj annual -lunim' l'lay was presenterl in the High Selioul auditorium I iiclav eyeune. .Xi iil 22, The play, "llah." was a fi ur act fareial com . L 'itten lay ljclwaril lihilrls Czmqweiitci' fri ni the novel lmy Mary Rnlweits x h nt ll was flireelefl lay' Nlrs, Nutz. 'lihe east was as follows: 1, lull! ,,,,.,,,,,,.,...e.......,,,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,, . -laines .X1'ehilaalil, her father Mrs. rXi'eh1lralrl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Leila, her sister QQZIITCI' llflnllis .... liuy i11'ns11eyni' .... . -lane Raleigh ....,, lzrlclie liL'l'lil1lS .,,,,,, Olive Smith C. bl. Mnnehan Virginia Cox Genevieve Taggett Merlin Clark Dick XYhite Marian Rihlmle Robert Swain Lilintnn lieresfnrcl ,,,, .,.,....... l 'larley POWCll llanuah .,,,.,,.,,,,.,., Uvilliain ..,. Lela -lune Connrtcl Ruhert Rieliarmls 5 ' --1-1 US 'Q 'K ia A K I 3 . Q . . ,A It ix 1, if If ,gk Wim ..:,5 ,Mizz -,Q l f ii X E ,,, - 1 , "' 5 V' 'V in 'n::72' ' Qh QQ MW Athletics r , v V ,t c 's 1 E, 5 2 49" .aa- n f !P'+ - ,Q QW .' fm A A , M wa ' , . 09' ti Q0 4 ll EE L5 if-' - ,I ' A7- 1 4 Cv 'Ax I I- rv V' e NAME Leo Frizzo .......... . Kenneth Prenlcert Norman Kejhn .... Albert Gregor ...... E. H. Hullet ...... John Mattix ...... Joe Hess ......... Leslie Kehrer ....... George Vllalker .. Oren Cam .........., jesse Neib ....,. O1'PoN1zN'r lVate1'vliet ........, St. Augustine ....... Coloma .......... Buchanan .... .. St. Joe ........,,,,.... South Haven Three Rivers Allc-gan ,....... Dowugiac ..... .. lf. --1 p . he Ar"L Q I8 f 03 Football Letter Men POSITION Ymu NICKNAM13 H. C, V.....'AKcnny" L, ...,,,,uIiClll10U L, .......HIil'Z1l.ltU R. F. ...,.."Bull" Q. ......"Lefty" H. ......"Les" R. ......"Stubbo" L. ......USl'lfIfll'U G- Football Schedule THEIR PLACE Nn.Es's SCORE SCQRE ........Home 0 0 ........llUl'l1L' ,, 0 .........XWay 6 ........Hon1e 24, ........llon1e ........H1 me ......2-l .. .,..,.. ' Xway ,,,,., 2- 71' - Jn R ' Q.'.l'H'Sf'f"fl7 'I XY- A.-. M Q,.g.,..... ,,-4,,-f - ' . A 1' L . - - ' ard . . ' . ' ' i," ., X N. - xt IS -l ,x f A Short Summary of the Football Season 'l'hc scason this year was fairly gl od on thc whole. Tho hoys worked hard and plgtyefl many gt url games. Thc season started out well. hut the St. loc and South llart-n gamcs put a couplc of lilots on thc record, Aftcr that the boys Came back to win two more games hclorc a 6-2 rlcfcat in thc linal frav with Dowagiac. Football Solos l Clrfifuizi Luo 1:l'liL'S0 played his second ycar at halfhack for Xilcs. He proved his ahility 141 punt, pass, carry thc hall, and keep his head. Jolm ,llulfix lillcd thc fullback position this year with his usual "drive" and Hlightin' spirit." lm' 1I'v.r.r showed cxct-llt-nt work at quartcrhack and his lt-ft handed passes fooled many a good opponent. latvlit' Kvlii' showed hiinst-lf to hc a good, duralilc hlockcr, tacklcr. and hall CI1l'l'lCl'. Holi Zi'IItv',r, thc littlc lll1'llflL' from XYisconsin, was onc of the hcst hrokcn held run- ncrs that Qvcr hit this school. Cilytlt' lt'i'u111 was a hard workcr and a man with llltllly of "drix'c." lx't'1olrl11 l'1't'ul.'r1'l was changt-fl from und toccntcr this ycar and tillcd the plz1C6 pcrlcctly. cjworgt' l1'irll.'t'r was also changt-d from t-nd position, Hu was an excellent tackle. .XYUVIIIZIII Ixiciliu lillcd thc t-nd position rcry wt-ll in his last year of loothall. .lllwrf Cfiwtfor' was just as g- od as any two oppont-nts on thc line. lf. H, llizlrll was changt-d from thc hackticlfl to tht- lint- wltcrc he played harder than thc harrlcst C'lmrli'x f.Illt't' showt-il ahility to run out and snag passcs. UVVH cltllill was a hard workcr and all round good linc-man. ,ftxrw .Yiuli had plcnty of wcight. and ht- kncw just how lo usc it to its host ad- Y1llllIlQk'. 72 , , ,Y - -and L 1-1 '11 s X. ,X i V ai. l W' H1 f qA,, u 1 11 ' i N ..-rg '11 -X1 .fy K ' f AT ,g 1. - I - -K I ' ' 1412? xxx ,A X ' XX ' I3 ea' I-larger, Anderson, West, Rice, Forburger, R. Reum, Sarature, Jones, Brawley Coach Davidson, Smith, Saratore, .larcrcl-1, Luke, Geldeman, Ort. C. Reum, Mr. Warren Kraft, Hess, Walker, Mallix, Frizzo, Shoup, Colcman A Stellar Basketball Season T11 .c l1z1wkctl1z1ll f1':1s1111 was :1 l111g11 511111-ff. .Xftur llllilllg Il rlcfuaf 111 the l:ll'rl gum: 1,1 the sc:1w1111, tlic L'IlgL'l'5 W1111 the nuxt ll11'1'1- g:11111w 11111111 l1111'l1:111:111, CHN- 1111 lla. :1111l 1l11- 1111111-1'l11l ,XUSIIII ll1gl1 51'l11111l 11111111 1111111 L I1 111311 rllllkll :11111tI1c1' 1l1-fmt 1111111' 111 the l1ll1lflS 111 T1'i11ity lligl1 S1'l11111l 1 f l1l1111mi11g- 11111. lll. ll1111-111111 tl11- lJlly5 l111 Il VX'llllll1'lQ streak :1111l 11,11lq tl1111 111 .1 11111 1, 111,-1l1't'1-1111-11111 51. lllL' 1,11 thc X111-s H11111' Xftcl' tl':1t Q' th ', uly to . 1 1 - - ,HUC ry WL-111 cl1':11' 1l11'11ugl1 t11tl11- f111:1ls 111 tl11- Stale 'l'11u1'11:11111-111 wl1c1'1- thuy wwe 1lx'fcz1t1'1l I11' the Klt. Pla-:1sz111t t1':1111. Z-l-11. XY1' will always l'k'lllL'll'lllL'l' thix 1111111 as tl11- Klllk' that I111' twu 11111 111 1l11'1-1- games. 'lf N- lm- 111111 Camp f YY,.f.-- -Y 1.3 1 f" .,,, ...- ' X x Y . x Basketball Solos Q ufiluin Jrrlm .llirlli.1' plzlyul Il XVllIlflk'1'llll gzimc at fH1'wz11'fl. llis Illlililj' tu put thu hall in thl- right plzicc :nt the right limp- was inziiwclmis. 1 i ff Ifriggn, nur ful hcmlcfl "gu:u'rl," lilzlycrl gi guufl gllllll' :it fm'wfu'fl. Ilia zihility tw l'llll U11 SCHl'C5 XYZ15 Zllllllllllg. lvtljflll Sfimff was clizmgcrl frmn guurrl tw llll'XYZll'Cl this yn-zu' whcrc hy sliiixvecl cx- ccllcm styh- in llilll-llllllilllllg zmrl liIl5SlllQ. f'Vf!t' lI'ul!.w' plziycrl :1 qiicri' ciimhinatifm uf center :mil guzml, llis unusual height cnzllilucl him tu get thc tip I H' ami tu Izikc thc hull frimi thc Izzicklnmi-fl. lm' flvxx hzul tn lvl- fl1'1ll-lL'4l iiitu thc tcum. hut hc piwwcrl In hc one uf the hos ilcfciisivl- plriycix in thc alrite. llff-mmf lxmjl was um- ut lhc must Yillllillllc mun Un thc luim iii that hu wana able 10 play' ca-ii1L'i', I.lil'XVZll'4l. :mil QlllLl'fl. :lt will. 74 ' S i-, , I OPPONENT Benton Harbor Buchanan ..., Cassopohs ................. Austin QChicagOj X-X--f I3 - ol - Basketball Schedule PLACE N1LEs's SCORE Tn121R SCORE .......llOme ........lIO1ne S l.,....,llOl1lC .. ....,l'll1ne Trinity fBl0Ol11lllgtOl'lD ..... . .... Home ...... ....... S ......... ..------- 1 2 Three Rivers .....,........ ......... ' XW215' ....-- ...---- 3 9 ......... ......... l 2 St, Joe ,,,,,.,,....,,. ...... . Avvay ...... ........ 2 3 ......... .,,., 2 0 Suuth Haven .... Jlway ........ 22 ......... Dowagiac ...... ........ 1 Xway ...... ........ 3 7 .,.,...., ,,,,,,,,, 2 6 Buchanan .......... ...,..,. . Xway ..,,.. ,4,..A. 2 4 ,,,,,,,,, ,....,,,, 1 6 Three Rivers ,,.,.,,, llnnn- .,,,,,,4 48 ,,,,,-,,, ,---, , U-14 SF. ,Toe .......... ........ P lomc ..,... ........ l S ,,,....., ,,,,,,-., 2 4 - South Haven ...... ..,..... I Iomc ,.O... ,,,,,,,, 1 9 ,,,,.,,,, ,.....-,. 1 4 Dowagiac ....... ....Oe H uma ...... ,,,,,,,,. 3 3 ,,,,,,,,, ,.,4,. 5 a fbi- IOC --------- .....,. l iegqiunal ....., ..,,.., l 7 ,,,,,,,,, .,-.-,-'. 1 1 Dowagiac --,---------................ ...... l icginnzll ...... ,,..... 2 6 ,,,.,,,,, ,-A.-,-,. 1 .1 Catholic Central CDen-oitj ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ' 'P St. Anthony fDet1-Oitj ,.,,,,,,. ..,,-,, f 1 Mt. Pleasant ,,...,,,,.4,.,,,, State .,... ...,,,, - 4 1q,,,,,,, 12 htare ,,.., ,,,,.,, -1 ,,.,-,,, 1 3 -' - ......... 1 ........5tatu '14 6 ....,..., ,,,,,,,,, , 4-ll 234 li I 1 1 K3 L?- -,nl : F i- 1' - 4,56 r 5 i f 4, f " xi -v ' I ,V 1, " ! LQ!! ' Z M v":"'- My ,M ,W J., ' ' 1 ,. ,f .- perfgd' xhfzrfgugq , . 1, xv ' , -2. ' ', -, ,. .-af , X '5-f J- . f.- , X , I J,:UL:,.,,',-gf, . 7 ,041 A, , A... " J f.?-,:'-'- 7" . " . 1 "2 f.: 25,533.7 Ja, - ' .5,2f:f'hv1.11'. 4 -3 'g1:'fl :i??, J?.fwf,z:'2z3f42?Q?5e?m4Z Und. Eval! Again 2 . ' 0 , H -f , Qatg 1 , - f-4-:Qwff-1Z1WFAf2 li.-"f , 5 M- '-' 1-Af ,,':- -. 1 an V , - , W ww 2 1--I 'v,,,1, --'- 14- , Y 1 , ,'f9'f4f-ae? I::,q-,W .- y 'T 1114.04 'fig 4- ' .1 ,, ' A Cnulwxy Wnrrlly, Q 13,41 L J 1- . s A 7, 4,-, :'i'o-,q ! i I 1. ' , Q. f fm., ..- .V 4.18, Anno-45 Momvnisl AGonq Fake . l ' V 1 S -v- . A A T ft: I X I Y. , 4 S iff? ff Track -.gp Team Y,- The track team had CIll1lIJ1ll'ElIlYClj' fun' muuts last scxtw n. The hrst wan with Buchanan. The local huys won this :ts wull as imc frmn ljmvzigiztc. Then they twink second in a triangular inset with liticlmnziii :incl DlDNN'HQlZlC. The team then went tw thc regif nal wltcrt- tht-5' gilt tint- ptiint. AX ftt-1' nut plac- ing in the state meet they lost tn St. 'loc hy f.-nc sixtcvnth uf a point in Z1 pfwst st-astni lllCCt. Leslie Kehrcr John Mattix Paul Petruska Ion New George Cronin l.awrt-ncc Mantke l.I2T'l'IiR Klux Murray Parker Lihztrlcs liorlmurgcr Ort-n Vuin Niirinan Kuihn lfhner Rough l:I'Ufl fimttlcrk 3 ..- fl mi X , 1-i"'f 5 4ff'.ff5e, i V The Cross Country Track Team Mr. XX'hitwam uuclcrtuuk thc watching ttf ll now flcprwtnmcnt in the line Of athletics, that nf ll cmss CHl'lllI1'y team. Cmtsirlcrilmg the fact that this was Xiles's fnrst yczu' at this spurt. Mr. XYhitwam turned out a very gtwl hunch of harriers. Thuy heat IJfJXVZlgi!lC :mtl St. joe, Zlllfl won thc Regional llcct. They :tlsh placed thircl in the Stzltc mcct :mtl mccwml in thc w11fGf6'11C6. I.12'r'1'12I: MEN L'l:1irc XYhitmm'c George Cfllllill .lzum-5 llrimcs jhhn Uuccy Hvrlin Clurli 78 Y -iii' A 1: N tiki L Y',', . V ' i ,ifzik 9 ' -' 1 4 4 v -wi AT 2 QQ A 's L, ' 'Ef::'S:.51j'j rf? i' i ' 'ii'-il' .I ' , ' . ,x fZ1I3 jr O2 V , Boys' Leaders Club The Boys' Leaders Club was organized under the supervision of Mr XVh1t wam to help the boys become leaders. They were not able to do much except to take Charge of the class. Sometime they hope to patrol trafhe in the tunnel but the plans are not completed as yet. The membership is as follows: Orin Cain Jack Chubb David Jones Leslie Kehrer Merlin Clark QVice-Pres.D Paul Coleman Bert Cripe XYilbur Diekeson Charles Forburger Dean Forburger Franklin Grimes Conrad Hansen CP Donald Harger Jose Hess Jack Hendricks res.j Norman Keihn Kenneth Mantke Cecil Ort Arthur Pears Harvey Powell Ralph Powell Charles Pierce CSCC, Clyde Reum Robert Richards Ralph Shoop -Treas.3 l ex . -'-.-.- .,,Y ,...,., X X". 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' 'ff is ww f 5' - aw- -A V , Q V JuniorlHigh kk..-.ggi XX Z' ' . pg' 'J-Migfp'-If' ' Mi' "' . lnilns ,,,...,, Min lit-mlt-r Mr. lilctlien ,,,..,,, Mi. llzltliclil ,,,,.,, Miss llezitli ,,..,, Mi" ' as -lngci A.,,.,,,, ,..,,, M11 liliipfeiistciii Miw Manning A,,,, Min Mzirtcn ,, Miss l'ii'1'L'u , .,., A-V... Misa lxritluycll Mies Smile. ...,,, ,. Mlm lziniiilin . ,, Mit lY:li'1't'ii ,.., Senate hlt-anne Yisel, rfllL11'5U.I1 Milligan liiclizml li iii Rnlicrt Smith, Miriam Crabill Alice Astley, Freclerick Hunter tigers, Iistellzi Lmtk. Cleland Muntz Bula XYliite, Marian Vining lit-tty lane Merkel, lirlwarcl Halile Milrlrccl Hzirrigzni, Gurclon Burch St' n .Xi'insti'img, Virginia llvilliznns vlzinct Bl't'1l1lQlA, Harold Riley liarl L'ncli1'zni, Fern Hess Nzumnii Liinicli. Eugene C-tok , ..., Rimliert Tilvlm, ljiirutliy Xylllblllllll -lack Clinlmlw, Margin-i'ite Hill . ,,.. George Dccyer, Betty Talcivtt sl Ml- , , ,, -,, iL N . 5 f lil l gf -i - ,' xx sr M L i l Y .,. , wi g V 9546544 .,: xg ff rf, Mr. Balas's Advisory President ......,..,A Vice-Prcsirlcnt .,,.,,,,. Sccrutnry-'l'i'e:lsL1i't-1' Bankurs ,,,,A...A,,,,,,,,, Scnutc Klcinlmcrs .,,, lfrlwarcl Aldrich Jeanne Bzlllard Dcl.oris lielnn Annette Brnclic Clcll Burton liranfus Dizarcl Arlenc lflliutt Ya-rlwn lillis Clicstcr lfvcrnian Jzuncs Fisk Vlnlin Gcitlunian Billie Hilwhurd Rnlzcrt Ilihlicrcl Betty ,Tune lltillcrwziy Cliarlus lrwin .Xlicc Iolinst-n lilsie ,lolinson liill llilvlrcrfl Tliurstnn Milligan Keith Blctzgcl' 'lnlin tluiflunmn. l'ztulint- Miller tmint- Yiscl. Tlniratmm Klilligzin Fu-cl hlolinsun Xrtlinr Kano lkmnni Lzwc Clara l.cl1r lllviiclurzt l.nncllrcrg.f Rux Manley Kcitli Metzger Pzlulinc Millcr 'liliiimtoii Milligan llt-lun Rlyt-rs Floyfl Olsen llmvzircl Pugh Paul lhlgciitis fiuorgc Yz1nlJ5'lQ2 ,lcziiinu Yist-I l.Uia Xlfiitu V c , ,f f - -ia :fi ,V ' - ZH' V : x ' 'ai' 'M ei H" L-'hgafs-4, ' fr'."""f'5"W all Miss Bender's Advisory I'1-C5111-nt ,,,,.AA,,,,, ,,,AA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,, ,,,,..,,,s,,,,,,,, X 1 ll'lTlH Frizzfr Vice-Piwsirlciit ,,.. .......,,,,....,,,,..,,-f,-,,,. V illilll fiiTii:Hfi1S Iifll1kQl'S ,,.,V,,v.,,A,v,, ,,,. 5 'Milli f'il'ii:fiti1H, Kii1'i1llH Cfililiil S1-imtg Xfcniimurs ,,,,,,,,,, ROiJL'1't Smith, Kiil'iE'lI'l1 Cfililiii .XiX'1II'Cil2i .Xlcxam ifvcl-111 .X11flcrs1w11 1211111-s Hallzlrrl iiititlltll' 15211111-s Yarn Ilrhcllcy Saiiiinic iil'ZlXYiCj' Ilunaifl l,i2lI'IJCI1iL'l' L'y11tl1izl L'o1111rml Miriam Cralxill i'iVk'ij'l'l ililllll .Xllcc IZYZIIIN Harolfl Fritz Norinzl Frizzu Ifiluen Kiuimliarl john liriliitlls XYilIiu111 Piliffigllll Nicliarrl Hc111pl1ill XIQIIIOIIHH Hm-su lfugunu Kcpplin XiZlj'IlZll'ti Kirk l.11ciHc Iilutc Rz1y111m1rl Kraft 1.1-uisc Ki1'U111irL'1' Robert Muilcysiiiitli Floyd Muoilcy Lilauclixic Nwlzm Frances Owen Gladys Pzmrkcr X'CI'l12l Putt Rwlmert Prunkcrt Ilcatricc Sip-bert james Siimllxvoocl Illil Smith Marjuric 9-11211111 ficrtruclc Sweet Ifvcrctt Tl1o11111sm1 Marion XYHIICik'I1illlI'Q Frederick XXX-st fiveurgc Hvillarfl Mary JZIIIC XYUIIA lihzirlcs NXVOIHIJIC Opal NVootcn i'iliWill2l XYuckc1' S4 - -fm -A - - -- --- --W ---7- l K- A-A---M, .,,.,,,, ,W .,,- ,- ,X '- '5x New-. .wife ' K.-Q,-Zt'.'fu Tu,z l f. ying w 73,,. 4 i!lf .S5-,.,, , L Q nf 13,1459 it , ., t .L . ' . -r 1. - I .Y--t ,W nga' ix p I3 .'. - V , Mr. Blethen's Advisory PI'95lfl911f ---,,--A,f ..., X Yilliam i,il'HNYll Vlfti-Pl'CSitlCl1t ....... ...,, ,,.,,,,,,, I , aura lleever Secretary-Treasurer .. .v ,,,..., ....,.,...,, lk-ter Marks B?l11k61'S .....,............. ..,,..... Il dna Lidke, Muriel Starke SCUZHC Members .... ......,.......... . Xliee .Xstley Frederick llunter Alice Astley E. L. Bidwell Martha Brooks George Brown XYilliam Brown Arthur Burnicle Verne Christensen Clark Curtis Harold Davis Hattie Deev-er l.aura Deever Bessie Dickeson Roy Douglass Vivian East Evan Eggleston Pauline Eycleshym Billy Finch Mabel Fleisher Frank Frucei CI' Lucy Jane Goff Marvin Holtz John Holloway Cleo Huttman Frederick Hunter Mildred Jackson Harold Jarocli Robert Johnson Margaret Kettles Fdna Lidke Dale Kramer Ross Linsenmier Iune Lower Peter Mark Grace Mead lidward Morris Mary Elinor Myers Margaret McCarthy Melvin Rahn Forrest Rathburn 85 ,X X Lucille Redding Fileen Rosenberger Leroy Rupert lean Rutter Virginia Scliiele XVztuneta Schrumpf Grace Irene Shepard Francis. Sniitli Dorothy Sonnenleiter james Springsteen Peggy Taleott Muriel Starke ,ine Tnesley Danton Tiee Elizabeth XVagztr Nila XVeller John Xx'lCl-illiilll Pete XVilIi:m1s Klonica Zientowski I llltl I L'k'kIlI2lll Iflmuml Inlt'lIlNYb-lil lun: I 1 lmn x 1 Iznrlx Hun ual lrlppx I num llIlXlIllH lfllth IMvl4cx1111 Ilml zI4l lhmlmullx Xllu I-'lxlrl' um IX-lllznlxcl' Xlullnn Im-lla-1' lun- lum-rx '1 i Mr. Hatfield's Advisory I'l'L-Nirlclll ,,A,,,,,, ,Vito lfdilvl' Yicc-l'11-xiflvlmt .,.... lfftulln lmrk 5:-crn't:u'y ,,,,, ,..,, Dlswk llunrlricks 'IH-Qgmm-r H ,,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, l,Illllil'll' GllL'l'llSCj' Ilzlnkn-rs ,,,, ,,,,, .,A..A... A I ary Xgucs 4 Pluck. XYinil'1'crl XYz1i11SCOtt Sn-nuts Xlcilmlwlm ,, liivlwzlxwl lingurs, lisu-lla l.1u'k, Lklulzuul Nluntz Iylmillip Ifmxlq' lI'lIlHIIl'l 411 llltx liznxu Iirwvmlc l'rurv1 I umq lim Nlzlrgzum-I .xllll Il ' liml-1 1m-wr " ' Ifrzmlq fnlllbL'l'I NN' Inulim- fil1L'l'II5L'j lx ,ln ut Hfillllllill RiA'llllI'll llclmnl I Immun :N Vain 1'IIlI'i'IlCC lI4,'llIllIil -I :wk Hk'l1fll'Il'1ix Nlulvm lla-ex Xlzlrgzlrrl II--ukm I.IuXtl ILIVHCII llunlqgc 'lulumxml Ntlflllllll Kirk l':u1l Klum' Lmrgc l.:lxx'rv114-xc lxln' mm' Hlxulys Monro nn Huh- Nlycrs lyrll lxnups lldcll l.:u'l1m1m Iluwzlrnl Passig Vlilil' Phillips ficurgc Riulcwznld Lucy Rislingcr Richard Kugcrs Ifclitll Sn'h1'z1rlcr Nlnc Sutlrr Ruswll Swanson lfsllltl' Al4lI't'llUllNL' H lktcllzn lmrk ' lQulbQl'l l.uXXL'l'j' Nluuriuu Xlnxumlmm .Xlivv Xlillclllwrgul' I.vm1:u'd lcmplu hilly' X cltul' XYilliun1 Yolku Mary l.uui5c Norm' Vlcluml Muntz 'l'l1-mlzxs xlfl-Ullllk'll HL'ol'gc Nix-I, Xlrary .Xgm-5 Hlanvh K'L'x'iI HY! H2ll'l'j' XYz1ltcr: Slnirlcy XYcInter I4-ftcr XXX-dul .luslinc XYcllcr XYinil'rcml XYzninsc0lt S6 ,L-3.-nz N -,,? ' 1. :H W J' , ', Y " 4 -4 M' L , . I g 2-ianqirff' 'M if-M' W .K ,, ' 4 e .3 - -- T A " ' -. nl., ' .',.g' , X., 'J I3 - a '-V 'V'-74' 7 Miss Heath s Advisory l'1'L'siflci1t -,,,.,,,,,s, Xlicc-li'i'esirlc1it ......., SCCI'CtZlI'X'-'lsl'L'1lSllI'L'l' llanlcers ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,AA,, Scnatq Muinlvurs .,., Katliryn .Xllcn Foster Brandon XX'omlrow Li2lllEllIllIl Clarkson Carlwentcr ,lulin Lllinnin lirnic Cluliinc Milrlrccl Crocker john Dorsm-tl Phyl Drake Robert liclwards XX'inifrcml lflcisliur l.con Flynn l.ynnci Frantz Uonillcl George Janet llartcr Mary Hzmsscngui' l.aX'crne Hayes XX':1n:l:1 ,loliilstmi F ni S7 li1vlrL'l't liflwzmls lintlnyn ,Xllrn XX,flIl1l1l ,IUllll5tUll l-L-on l'lynn. Don AlZl1'lIIl llw li XX'l1itc, Rlllflllll Xvining Xl l'I'llIl Long llonnlfl Nlllfllll zxxinc Kirkp:lti'icl4 'IllIlCt' Xlcyn' 1 XX is X'crunic:n Xl iclncnzic nny Xlolirxi can lk-lt Imlm lilicil losupliinc Smith lllllll Stcvvns .Xlicc Stukuly licrzilel lliorni-In l.illi11n 'l'i'ilnl1lc .Xnclrcy X znnllylcu Xlnrizln Vining l .ill XX'l1itc Xlznrv XX illnrvl 5... . V., A-ff- -.uyllj uffgwltszg, , . v-1-g -ff,rg4 1 9 ' 11: ,QA,'p,g,ff-J' ' 1 -Er ' T rx .K iffy z .g"4'R',f ' ' -xvs'x"s1, ". .1 W 1 ,,f".L-Vs, '02, - - wg- -1 1 Miss Iager's Advisory 1 , , lk51fUl1f -UWY , . 1. .' Lu-1 1L'51i1k'11t ,,,.,,,,,,, orcta1'y-T1'cas111'c1' 1lll1xLl 111,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Snnatc A1L'll11!Cl'S , flrau- 1Xr1ams H:-tty janv Hcrkcl Kc11m-th lilacklrurn Martha 1Z11rt 1'1LIHC1lk' fain Russn-11 1-1lI'1'j' Ilcorgc L'uFH11gcr Ilcrna 1041111-r K1-1111 Crzuncr Rax'111-11111 Haus ,11-an lzrlr Mary 1,f111isc 1'tXl1K'l' Mary 171-liz Marian 1:ul'1Jlll'QCl' liclward 11211110 ,lamvs Haml Iidgar 11arrQ1l ,1lll1L'111l 11c1miv1: ,1llIlL' Hcnrlricks Fontaiuc jeH'ri0s lwsan11,11f1 XYZl1IlSCl1tt Virginia Logan june Hcmlriclcs Marizm F01'11lll'gCl' Betty Jang BL-rkcl, Edward 11111116 Clarencc 11111115011 Virginia 1.014311 Paul Mansficlrl Kc-1111Qt11 Mantkc Donald Mcfoy Mary Miller .-Xliuu Parker IQt'l1IlC111 RO1JCI'1SOll Elizabeth Rodgers Rex Rutter .'Xl1l1CflZl Smith Margarct Smith 1,111-ille Temple Gcraklinc Thomas Jack Yctter Russell XXYZIQES Rosa111O11d 1Vai11scott Junior XV11itc Betty Young 88 ,W WA, ,, 11,.i..., A ii Wfiifij ,- " ziswg Vgxl ' dv -v- AT L Mrs. Klopfensteirfs Advisory President .......... Vice-President ,.,.,, Secretary ......... Treasurer ...A. Bankers ,.,....,...., Senate Members Olive Adams Pauline Barnes Carl Blue Elizabeth Buheker Franklin Bundy Gordon Burch Gerald Calloway Vivienne Cisler Chalmer Colcord Edith Crawford Velma Davis Ethel Dickeson Betty Jane Dr-eibelbis Verdun Duis Ruth Eickler Charles Palmer Ruth Maas XVilliam St. .lean ,Xnna Louise Pfister Mary -lane Evans, Margaret Peters Mary Etzcorn Mary ,lane Evans Donald Gleason Lucille Hamilton Virginia Hancock Mildred Harrigan Herman Haviland Helen Hough Irene Ivins Lloyd Krueger Arnold Lauridsen ilclred llarrigan, Gordon lf-ureh Magdalene Leonard Ruth Maas George Mcllenam Charles Palmer 89 in Margaret Peters Anna Louise Pfister Helen Plym Margaret Pridavka Louise Randall Adam Robertson Prank Smith Helen Snyder NVilliam St. ,lean Allene Thomas Lee Thornton Blanche Tohin Dorothy VVashlJnrn Dorothy Lucille Young 1 x 1 1 Miss Manning's Advisory I'lL'nI4lL'llK , ..,,,.. ,,.,.. A X Inc-I'1'cs1flc11t ., li: +I, Burger I'1Lul Dwwlls SL'k'I'L'lIlI'5'- I l'l'IlSll1'L'l' ,, ..,,,.....,,,,.,,. flZll'k'l1L'L' 'l'l1r21'lltHll 1i:mkQ-rs ,,,,,,,,,.,,.s,,., ,..,,,,,.Y,.,,.,,,, h lwycc Vznmmel, .lczm Prince SL-nate BIC,'lUllL'I'5 XYCSUIII .Xl'I115I1'Hl1g, Virginia XYilli:1ms Murray .Xnstiss 'I'l1m11:1s -Imlcs XXVCNIHII ,Xrllwstlwlllg Ruth Kcllcy .Xwlrq-v Ilurmw Hk'1'lI'gL' Kium-3 lim-flul'in'k licswxxlcl' StH5tu11 Xlznlwnu limb Ilurgcv' Rilyllllillfl Mzxrlmlg X'k'I'IlUIl lfullilms 'l'l1cmIu1'c Mulimmllgll Iiivlmrrl l'1':1wl':-lvl ,I-wycc IIIIIHIIQI Ulm! IJickvwn Xxrillilllll I':nrkur I'L1l1l IJIIXYIIN -101111 Primm- liulwrl lfism-r l.ylu Qjllillllbj ,luniur Ifclrlvn XX'ilIA1w-ml Sim- liurl Fimh llunrictiu Sffilllllll M:11'x' .Xliuc flillcspiu 1.lZlI't'llCt' 'IQIIUYIIIUII I.mmic Iizlrrcll lllzulys Xvilllflllll Yirginin Ilayn-N Ruth Ycltcrly I.-mis Ilunugin Riclmrrl XXX-Inlmcx' Iyflfllljw ll-rllm-N Yirgilxiil XYilli1:1 oo fw:vA'N" s N 413 ywlrwin-vfu5,f?lf ,,. , ' --. L, -Ag. - A k fiaaqj - , -' . , 1-f ' 4- ,. V , . A QT9' , " "-EV' .f .1 K . ffl: -2- -,gn-i 'fi 'afwx -i A. " 5 E 4, H 1: 1 , 9 f ' -sg? v .. , F ' r ' 513 1 m 1 - Q if Miss Martin's Advisory Prcsiflcnt ,s,.,,,,.. Vice-Prcsiflunt Secretary ......... . Trcasurcr .,..4,,, , Bankers ,,AA ,,,, ,,,,,,, Scnutc Klcinlmcrs .Xrlwllzl .Xnstiss Maxinc liarncs Arthur Beckman Junut Brunner llulmcrt liucklc Norma Hurgc ,lfwli family ,Iuhn Dirk lilrlrcrlgc lfaton llmvard lirlwarrls xlZlI'jUl'lU Frcycr liarolyn Crimes Mary Louise Hahn Mary Hun llarijrlcl Krncgcr Hcrsllcl Klinc Rolmcrt xlllfslillll jczxnc-llc Moyers lfliillip Mulirn W-M or 6 'lulnl Yulklmrilt lilflrwlgc lfzltmi -lack Only Ili-tty XXZllliL'I Virginia llvzlltl n. -lfillll Slmu lZ1I1L'l llrunnur. llznmlrl liilcx .Xnna Blnntz Ralph IR-tors-111 lfluzmur Pfistcr Paul l'rcnl4crI llzxrolrl liilry' lizly li-ilnlpin lfugcnc Seals Carlylc Sli-wnrl ,lulin Stuwc Ralph 'lliggx Ullllci' 'l-lltrlllflx lolin X'llllil1lll'1ll llvtty XY:1lkcr Virginia Uvnllon liugcr XXX-lsli llcn XYilli:unN Yiulct xxillllllllll xvlllltfl' XYrigl1t Ninrris NZIHIIQ' -1 . i i ir E U ...r rf, V .t 1, 1 1 -'gan fr sg-at-Lt"'i mt. - or i ,, sf .-. ' W, A ,L Miss Peirce's Advisor V l'res.rlent ,,,.,.A,.,,, ...... ,....,... I ieith Ball xvlllC'lil'C5lflCliIl ,.,,., ,......,.,.,..,,....,...,,..,,,,s, I fsther SnQh lianlxers ,,,.,,...,,,,,.., .,,,. l loliliie Davis, Mary rhigttisoyitz Senate BlL'lNlJCl'S .,,,..,,..........,,....,.. .,..,. E arl Luehran, Fern lless Mary .-Xtigtisoyitz Keith Ball fuel Ballard Edwin Barnes Geraldine Bechtel George Bigsby Diinple Carter Alice Casselman Leo Clark Earl Cochran Esther Cousins Lorraine Cronin Clarence Crouch Fern Dalenburg Bobby Davis Elnnre Diekeson Evelyn Dolph Alniarion Douglass Ruth Dunn Carolyn Dyson Marvin Gitehell Clyde Gleason Ruth tiuska Leonard Halxle Eugene Hand Florence Hargreaves Harriet Hargreaves Fern Hess Katherine Hipshier liernarfl Horn l.e0nard Iainerson Lawrence Keihn Ererl Kettles Kathryn Krajci Helen Kurtis l.illian l.ynd Xllesley Marshall Fred Mathews Mabel Pawloski Helen Payne Catherine Perkins Dorothy Peterson Edward Phelps 92 N Louise Rathlmurn 'l'helina Reed Fred Roberts Helen Schaen John Seinrinec Agnes Skopee Esther Sinith Nournia Stanley Margaret Starck John Stick Lucille Stoops Franklin Sunnners Harry Swartz Nevada Uuley Malcolm XValters Josephine XYalton Charles Webber Erma XVertz Irene XYertz Margaret XVickler Evelyn XYingeart ' H ffffifi J fe 4 -' an 1 . X Miss RockWell's Advisory P1LSlflCllt ,,..,...... me l'1'esifl4-nt .... SU.lf'lEll'V .7..... L 1lllxCl'S ,...,,,..,.., San ite Members .,,,..,,. Clarence Baehnlan Francis Bowernlan Leslie Carpenter Mildred Clark ,lane Cochran liugene Cook Naomi Crouch Robert Daley Edwin Dittmer Ruby lfiselc Helen Everman Virginia Forbes Jean Frucci Donald Goodling Betty Gordon Lucy Belle Holmes xxlllllillll Halstead 9.1 Phyliss 'fellilysl Ill liol wrt Daley Xllntney -Innes Yzu mi Croucli. lil bert llnlcy Yamini Crouch, lfiigmn' Cook lrfillllillll ,loncs XYl1itnL'y ,lones Margaret Kimber Marvin Kraft lflvin Leak liuiwvicvc Marble Tiobhuttu Mor-ru 'lirun Olson Nnnniu Sue llayb Frank Snrrntori l.aVern Sig-bert Clifford Sorenson Dean Slccrc Phyllis 'licnnysml Paul XYeiss .Xlice xvlfl-Clllllll llclcn NYingcart l llill . . , E fa 4- sf ' ,A 5 ' 1 f.. 14 Y Miss Stone's Advisory rcsiflcnt .,,,., .... Mary Xvifgilliil Dnyhuff 'iL'C-ljl'L'5iflk'lll .,,.,.,.., ,,.,..,,,,,,,, 1 Juunc XY:1stL-11 Sw1'ct:l1'y-T1'c:usurcl' ,,,, ,..,..,... I Jurwtluy XYiclL-1111111 :mkcr ,,,,....,A,.,,,,,,,.. ,,.,..., .,..,,,,,,. K I ary Yirgiuiu Dnyhuif unzltu AIt'I11IlL'l'S ,, ,.... Rrllvcm Tilulrs, l,HlAUIll5' XX'iclL-1115111 XX'iIl:1rcl Ilum lm-rn HwIl1xx'clI -IJHICUL' lfcmk Hn-rl isuruin lmrntln' IJ 21 Yli Xlqlry X 11111111 x IJ:lyl111lAf Vurt Iillflk' llc Nuflllll Finlcx' Ruth Mac! QH' Ruth Ii4llIL'jXYCH Klux Irwin 1 1 I'.IlIlIrl'2l I.u11us1.11 Ilcrlrlczm IM f'iHm'l'l Iii IJIIIIHC l.:1r's 1 ll! ull HMIII N lhrlxu-rl l.ug:n11 Ihmzllcl Nlurks Duznnc Mzxstwn liwlu-1'I Mn-lzgu' -IK'lIIliU Mulivii Xxvilliillll xlffilill Xlzllwl X-walk VL-ru Pnllllanlll HCl'IlIlI'fl Scllullu- Ruin-rl Stcxxzlrt Rul1n'l't Tilrlms X'i1'gi11iu XXX-lsstcr' Imrmtlly XYiflClll1lll Yirginin XYurz 94 ' '- l...-.--4+ 'P Aly" xi, .- I . Q T' 111 L I A ' Tn, . zfp' ' , I 3 .. R' , Miss Tamplin's Advisory l"1'esirlunt ,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, Vice-President . Secretary ......,.. Trczisurci' ..... ,. llzinkers ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Scnzitc AlL'll1llCl'S .,,,.A,,,.. Kzithcrins: .Nnshrook Gzirnut liachmzin Natalie Hates XVzilacc Bodinc Hugh Brooks Jane lirown jean Brown Dorothy Burgc Alfred Cliainlmcrlziin Jack Chuhh Floyfl Clark John Feclor Vivian Crzifforcl Mildred firccn l.ucla Gregor .Xlicc Grivc Guorgc flrinics Klzirgneritc Hill Carolyn llolincs kflziuclinc lohnson fl ,i Ii lit-orgc tirnncs lfmily Nlll-ylllill. Natulit- llzltcs john Blonulizni Toni Riu-. 'lane Stcclc -luck Clnilili, KlZll'Q'l1Cl'llC llill lfllcn johnson Rolxcrt Kzichnr Lois 'lean Kuhl Xlzirion l.inn -lint' xltillu john Xlonuhcn lilllllj' Xlltylllill ,lczin lk-thirlq l.uilzi lift-il Czirolinr licnin loin liivc llclcn liirlvr Nelson Rorlgurs Mary l.onisc Ronqli Alzinc Stuck liivltzirrl Strong l.j'fll1l 'lhonnis Hzinnzlh Yinccnl ll2lI'l'j' XYL-:itl1c1's1:oon ldolwrt NYoxnl1lc il,-if' -51 Ag-'Imax V fx - ,495 X agffriiv 4 1 :?,5P:e.ff A MMU- ' , -' 'im t,,1s?t" f ,Fl Wwswf. . M, , w- ,:,- Mr. Warren's Advisory lkSlflL'llI ,,,,.,.A. lu l,l'CSl4lL'l1l 5LLILl2l1'X' .,,, . I1L1su1'cr ,,,,... ,. Hts Xlk'HlllL'l's , l-llZll'lL'S Hultruns lfvt-l-xn L-Zilllillilll Portcr l.cc l-2lHl13lJCll llmmzl Clark Merry .lu Vrztlvill Dick Cuthbcrt lQQm'gt- llccvur l'l1:1rlc5 Fitzgx-1':1ltl Fluyfl Flllll -lolm Frucvi Ycronica l'-l'llL'Cl ,lilvli llurlml Robert Huff Rolmcrt Huffmzm Ray junior llurllmtt l'liH'm'd Jayson XYl1Lu1crlz1 julmnsun jenn Kettles ......, , M m lxlllmult Huff Mary 'lo Cralmill ilflrcfl Vzmkl IW Dunua Clark lit-urge ljL'L'Yk'lA. lit-tty Tulwtt xl2lI'lUll l,ll1ll'lflNCI1 llully Meinl: vlllll16S xlCCUllI1Cll Xlilclrecl Pankuw Ruth Pzagcls Rllyllltillil Pullock NlI1l'f.1'llL'I'llC Raylvuru I,OI1Zllfl Rilcy lfclwarrl Sclmrzulcr hlzunum Sunil' Fmt-ret Smith fztrmon Sonncnlcitcr lfsthcr Stucbcr Xvllyllk' Swanstm Hutty 'llalcott llrycc Tziylur ,lolm NVisc Marian Yonkur ,smart -P 'I' . 1, I 3 Blanche Tobin Writes A Myth ANY years ago, in the days when gods talked with mortals and l'an played his wild music in the woodland. there lived a king who ruled his land so well that he forgot all else. It so happened that the king, whose name was l'rogandeus, had a very lieau- titul daughter whose hair was like spun gold and who, as the str ry goes, loved a shepherd lad. Thymuin hy name. Now it came to pass that King Progandeus neglected to pay the tribute to Appollo demanded of him hy the radiant ruler of the sun. The king made no offer- ings to the god, his altars we1'e as Cold as a rock on the mountainside. This did not please the great sun-god and as a punishment to King Progandeus, ,Xppnllo coin- pelled him to give him anything in his possession which he desired tu have. .flppollo had heard of the great beauty of the l'rineess Christina and as the god loved all things liright and heautiful he demanded the king's daughter as his hride. The king, fearing the great god, could not refuse and Christina was told to prepare to leave her home for the palace of Appollo. lYhen Thymum, who was as heautiful as he was good, heard 1 f the fate of his love he prayed to Venus for help. The goddess of love took pity on them and changed them into a single flower with gplden, curling petals like the hair ul Chris- tina and strong straight stem resembling the liody of Thymum. The other shep- herds. standing close hy, named it the Chrysanthemum in honor of the young lovers who were always to lre remembered as the strangest and nil st lieautiful uf fall flowers, Z' f- U7 il K '-.,'-,QFQN gsggi- 1 ' J-Hi Moon Staff The junior lligh .TIOOII Staff, which was supervised by Miss Peirce, met on Monday anrl XXI-rlnesclay during activity period. During meetings articles were assigned, or articles were written, or headlines were made. The staff members were: lfclitor-Ruth Maas .Xssistant lfclitorgMary ,lane Frans Rc1iortcrsfBlancl1e Tobin Keith Hall ,lane Steele Betty XVallcer Business Manager--Richard Hebron .-Xsst. Bus. Mgr.fGeOrge McMena1nin tfirculation Manager-Tom Cain Asst, Circulation Manager-Harold Fritz Faculty :Xtlyiser-Miss Peirce Junior High Orchestra XX'11.l.irxxI M,x'rn1zws ,,,, Director Howard lirlwartls A-Xleng Thomas XYallace Hotline Maurice Maxiclon Lois XYaite Dun Donnelly Ray Marble ,Xrhella :Xnstiss George Rofliwalcl Tlielina Kewl tiertrtnle Sweet Mary lluss Lucille Klnte Ruth Pagels llt-len XYingeart RlL'llJll'fl liI'2lXYl4Il'tl Paul Xklst' ,Xrlain Robertson jaines Springsteen Paul lilnte james Fiske lf. Krenger Lee Thorton Toni Cain l.yle Quimby Dick Cuthbert E. L. Bidwell XValter XYright Donald George George Kinney Kenneth Mantke George Nieb C. Phillips George Brown Dale Kramer George Thorton Fel Phelps Josephine XYalt0n lf. Pugh ,lanies llallartl Lil. Hennninger Dorothy xYElSllllllI'11 Patil Mansiieltl lfsthcr Cousins lftlwarrl .-Xlclrich Claclys Parker Mary Hahn Robert Stewart Helen lfyerinau Fvelyn XYingt-art F" 1-, '. 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'f -v- is Junior High Basketball Both the first and second teams won Your games and lust one. They won fl Buchanan and Dowagiae. and lost to Bentf n llarlior. Two players were still el ble for hlinnior High, Ceeil Ort and H. vlarocli, who played regularly on the varsnx second team. Seventh grade showed signs of having several prrnnisiiig players. 'lli regulars on the two teams were as follows: lfnzsr Tm M 5l'.kHINll l l',.XAl M. Kahn lt llnnter B. Finch lg, A. Robertson ll. Rnd, R. Prcnlcert I. Yollcharclt li. Davis .X. liaehur Junior High Track The junior High Track team took third place in a Southwestern Nliehie in Invitational meet at Benton Harlmor. They defeated such Benton Harlror, and Muskegon. The first three so res Creek 39. Gary. Indiana 35, Niles 3-l. .Xnderson won individual honors as high scorer in place in the only two events he was allowed to enter. lle the low hurdles. Other pi int winners were: D. l:Ul'lllll'gF1' R bl. Saratore XX L. JEll'liCl1 XX llf llfright li. Browley bl. Jf f 101i teams as Klieliigan C1 x were as follows: lla Class L' lly winning' E- L lmrulae the traeli reemwl I 1 . lhvwell ', lrwin '. llrown Sherrick VH 153 -L mgi, 102 s fri, s I C9491----4 il 'w l 7th 15111, vi and Sth Grade Glee Aclvisci' Ralph Anderson Roy Brawlcy DL-an Fcmrbiirglci' John Forler Lui Frizzo Iflzrlis t'0IItxIl!!lt'lf frnuz jmgv Ofl The Basketball Club Fred Gcimlcmau Donzilcl Hzirgur ,loe Hess David ,limes llowarfl Kraft The Girls' Q1 lfliarli-5 Luke -lcwlm Maltix Llyflu RL-uni Ricliarcl Ruum Jaxiius SIl1'ZllO1'L' Sextet ill Club cli Daviflsmi liimiix' baiuitl It ilQ:1l11li Slim liarl Smith licixrqc XY1lllLI lusw Xl cat Although the Buys' Quartet sings for rzlrgaiiizatiuiis, the iiii-ls' Scxici 1 i ii Stantly asked to lcnfl their voices at teas or clulm iiiuutiiigsf Tlivy liaw :ilm lm, ill F casted over the raflin. lu Lzliliillu Xnxalx IWVLIIXII XYeri '- ' Doris .Xclzuns Margaret XYci'm-r Virginia lfaglcmliulcl lrenc Nova llclc I' ' H !L'1' ll lLtt5 luri lc wx 1 Mr. Hatfield: "I believe evCV3'0n0 1honld dress to suit his PUVSC-H ,lack Hendricks: "ls that tht' FCHSOH 'or the craze for nudity in Certain parts 'f Ifurope at present?" 4: at 4: liugene Cain: "I'n1 hungry enough to tat at horse." lYaiter: HU. K. buddy, you've come tO the right plate." if at wk Iletty ,lune Halloway: "I think burglars are gloomy men." Melvin Ilesst "XVhy?" B. I. Halloway: "XYhy, you never hear theni singing at their work." 4: if :if Toni Cain: "lf I could only get some sleep. I have insoninia you know." Ethel Gregor: "XVhy don't you try eounting sheep?" Tom Cain: "I did.-The sheep fell asleep." Dtsllfik Illanehe Tobin: "Poor Dick Helxron was tired from the police force." Miss Peirce: "XVhy?" li, Tobin: "Someone stole his squad ear." lkvkfls Bud Brown: "Can you tell me the name of the dealt of this school?" Student: "N:tw, I'ni just Il football player here." ff ik tk Vivian Iiztsl: "IJon't you think I have l.l'2lllIIl2lllC neurosis, doctor." Ultttzy' Doc: "Not yet, Ma'znn, but Ill give you some syniptotns to take home :intl you ran start working on them." at :r fr l.eo lil1ll'lCI "Doctor, is it trite we C1111 live without our appendix?" Dov. llenrlerson: "Yes, the patients Will. but to surgeons it's indispensable." 4: :if at I 1: tide is awful. UI" " " owin' for ten minutes and don't seein to be able to make any he:ulway." ' jane Steele: "Say, th's ' Il t l'vt bttn r Ruth Maas: "Oh, -lane you smnetlting. rlilll' -, I forgot to tell Zlltelttil' fell Qygr- lioztrd a little wlnle ago. Du you suppose tt has eztnght on something?" N 1 . "i e o 52 xr--A ' Olive JXCIZIIIISZ "Say, George. did you know Carolyn Dyson is having her voice trained abroad?" George Brown: "How thoughtful of her." at at if Roy Rupert: "Say, Pete, is iny golf gettin' any better?" Pete XVilliams: "XVell. it's no better an' it's gettin' no worse, but it sure is gettin' queererf' fx is ik Ray Kraft: "Thats a swell car you are driving, professor." .Xlmsent-minded Prof.: "Dear ine. so it is. I wonder where I got it." 2141+ Jeanne Yisel, answering a rz:p on the door: "Yes, what can I do for you?" lix-fire-eater from circus: "XVell lacly, I wonder if you can spare ine a f-ew tnzttvliesf' isis? -lznnes Springsteen: "The man who killed this chicken had a kind heart." XYaiter: "NYhat niakes you think that?" -I. Springsteen: "XVell, he waited seven or eight years before doing it." at: at ff Speak Up Iiniphasize your words: Boldly, strongly speak. Never talk in monotone Never do be nieek. lilast the air with sound . So everyone can hear. Never hesitate on words: That shows only fear. Never stutter: Never stannner, llo not halt. And do not yatnnier. If the words You don't recall, They're not worth speaking Then at all. lf your thoughts are Sound and Clear, Speak theni out So :ill can hear. -Cordon Burch 104 on re Us - t 1. t I p 'I ,4 1 9.21 5 V. I A ,mmm -Yfifffl x 1 I 1,.: 3,-'F T5 LQ F 'vnrgqrnf 7 Y' .1 - A - Features L, 1 K ,--.e , V Zan' :lf Calendar 1'x'e heen sitting here looking' through these old hooks for nearly three-quarters of an hour and hayen't found anything interesting. XYhy, I wonder what this can he-Phewl-it's all covered with dust. It looks like 5o1neh1,dy'S diaryg it must he lJad's. l.et's see, here it says: Tires.. Sufal. N.-School again. Uh! Tlzzzizv., S'wf'l. Ilhfhlr. Zahel's assemhly. He welcomed us hack for a prosperous vear. T!11rr'x.,i.S'rft. 7f.f.X pep session and Mr. Davidson introduced memhers of Varsity. .Sl1f,, Sept, iff,-XYe played XYatervliet at hlime and thenseore was 20-O lfor usb. Tlizoxv.. Svfrf. H.-Mr. liaeon entertained Senior lligh with a group of vocalists -lroin Notre Dame. Sal., Svfit. Zo.-lt was a rainy day. hut Niles played foothall at Kalamazoo and heat them in the last seconds of play hy a score 1 f 6-O. Slit., Uri. 3.-We played Coll ma at home and heat them 26-0. Tf111r,v., Url. N.-"Hunk" ,Xnderson was supposed to speak to Senior High in Hr. lJayidson's assemhly, hut was unahle to appear. However a pep sessit n was held. Fri., Url. U.+5enior's held their party in the Gym. Sui.. Uri. Ill,-Xiles's eross-country team took its hrst victory. Fri. Url, ioflind ol' iirst six weeks. and what a relief! Sul., Off. 77,fl"oo!hall game with lluehanan. XYe heat them Z6-6, and an added thrill was the Lf S. S. Akron Hying' in view of the spectators at the game. Y'l1111'.v,, Url. 22,-llrs. l"eldman's advisory, in 'assemhly hefore Senior High. pre- sented'the play, "'llrapped." .S'o1'., Ori. J!.ffXYe played St. bloseph at home and lost 35-7. :Xu added attraction was the cross-country team's yietory over St. -loseph. .ll0n. um! TIlz'.Y,, Uri, fo, 27.-No school, Teaeher's Institute held. Sat.. Url. Rl.-XYe played loothall away at South Ilaven and lost hy a score .W-U. The erosseeountry team won the regional track meet at Kalamazoo. The ,luniors held their l lallowe'en party. Trier., .Yo-:'. 3.-Mr, llayidson called the lirst practice for haskethall. 'lilIIll'.X',, .Yozx 5- Klr liehhy had charge of the Senior lligh A-Xssemhly. Mil., .Yo-zu 7.-Three Rivers came here and we defeated them. The cross-country team reeeiyed third place at Ypsilanti. Sui., .Yu-z'. lf.-,Xllegan came to Niles and was defeated hy a seore of Z-l-0. TIIC 106 H N . . A 1' L ' .X . A 6 . . --213 el-ess-country team received second place at Three Rivers in the conference race. Tlrzozv., Now. 19.-Mrs. .loseph had charge of the Senior High assembly. Fri., Noe. 20.-The teachers presented their play, "Skidding." Sat, N022 27.--XYe played football at Dowagiac and lost 6-2. II'crl.V, Nora 25,-End of second six weeks. Our Thanksgiving vacation begins. Fri.. Der. 4.-1Ye opened our basketball season with Benton Harbor. XYe lost. Thurs., Der. 10.-Miss Talburt had a representative from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad speak to us on going to XYashington. Fri., Dev. 11,-Our second basketball game at home with Buchanan. XYe won by by a score of 16-S. Fri., Der. ZS.-Mr. Marks and Miss Laughlin held their party in old gym. Niles plays Cassopolis in basketball at home. The score was in favor of Niles. II'd11'.. Der. 23.-Cl1l'l5l1l1ZlS vacation begins at noon today. Sr1f..Dvr. 26.-Niles played Austin High from Chicago for the first time. XYQ won by a score of 25-15. Sat.. Jan. 2.-Niles played Three Rivers at Three Rivers and beat them by a Score of 39-12. 411011-., fun. 4.-Back to school from a nice vacation. Tlz1o's.,!a11. 7.-Miss Lawrence entertained Senior High in our assembly with a make-believe radio broadcast of Clara, Lu, 'n' lim. Fri., fan. S.-Niles played St. Joe at St. joseph and l3l2.XT them by a score of 23-20. Tfllfllt., ffm. 14.-Dr. Vary spm. ke on "Facts About Food" to Senior High School. Fff., fall. 15.-Niles played with South Haven. XVe won by a score of 22-1-l. Fri-,. ffm. 22.-End of First semester. Niles played Dowagiac at Dowagiae and won by a score of 37-26. JU011., fan, 25,-A brand new semester began. Iivery one resolved to start over and do everything just right. Tzml, fan. 26.-The Glee Club concert was presented under Mr. 1'omeroy's direc- tion. Tlmzar., fan. 2S.-Mr. Marks presented a living Get rge XYashington in Asseinbly. Fri., fan. 29.-Niles goes to Buchanan. XYe beat them by a score of 24-16, Fri., Feb. 5.-Niles played Three Rivers at home. XYe won by a score of 48-14. Tlmri., Feb. 11.-Mr. Payne presented his assembly before Senior High. Fri., Feb. 12.-Niles engaged St joseph at home with the loss of George XYalker. They beat us by a score of 18-24. Fri., Feb. 19.-Niles played South Haven at South Haven. XYe won again from them by a score of 19-14. T 7 107 Ti 'l'l1c11 ywu l':11't11r :1111l fliviclc, QL! 'V-M ,1 ,f,11:f1,i , . , rl,-E D a.1.x,3'x - ,432 -X AWWA V . Yifllllif., Ifrlv. 25.--Mr, Quigley c11te1'tai11c1l Senior High i11 :111 assembly at 2:00. lf,-in 150114 26,-Niles playcrl Dowagiac at Niles and won lay a sore of 33-9. Tl1111'.v,, ,lf1l1'. 5.-Tl1c 1list1'i1'1 t11ur11amc-111 1'l'llC1'1Cll hcrc with a game lnstweeu St. 'loc 1'z1tl111lic l'ligl1 a111l St. 'l11l111's of liciittm Harbor. lfrf., 1ll111'. -11.---lf111l Ill. Hrst six wcslis. Y'f1111'.v., 1ll111'. 7ff,fRll'. lQi1'l1t1-1"s 1l1'a111atic cluln 1'JI'L'5ClllC1l a play i11 l1011or of Xvilill- i11g11 ITIS llll'll11lZ1y 111 Scuirmr lligl1. f'il'l-., .ll111', IN,--T110 Gym Show uurler 1l1c 1li1'c1'ti1111 111 Him Cnc Zlllfl Mr. xlvllit' wa111 was 1'll'CSL'1ltCfl T11 a large aurliuucc. 7l!IIl1'.1'., 1ll111'. 2-!.--Mrs. Nutz! lJl'flgl'Illll lncfnrc Sffllllll' lligh was tlic Chinese play "'l'l11- XX'ill11w l'la11:" The clmractcrs 111 tlic play warg w1'11111:11 of the faculty. 1711, . lfrfl I.-'l'l1c1'Q was faQ'l'L'Z1lf c11111111o1i1111 i11 the l1alls. It was Sellll 1' Freak Day. Utlulr cxcit1'111c11tl Spring Xlrilfilllltlll lwginsl ,ll1111., , lfrfl 77.il'S:11'k 111 s1'l11111l again. Y'l1111z11, 1lf11'i! H.--Miss l.2ll1Q'llllll'S Zl5SCllllJly. M11 llully uf tl1u South lQl6l'1ClHNCXVS- 'liiuicsu spulqc. Sul., .lfvil 76,-Traclt Blcct at Tllrcg Rivers. Jiri., .-lfril 22.-The juniors sticccsshilly 1J1'CSC1'llICfl the play "l-lab" under the 1l11'c1'ti1111 1 1' Mrs. Nutz. lfucl of 560111111 six weeks. Clue 11111rc six weeks of s1'l11111l left. Y'!1111'.1'., . lf11'1I 2132- Miss 'l'l11111111s1111 Q11tc1'1ai111'1l S1-11i1,1r High at 2 :OO 111 a111lit01'iu111. llaucl li11l1IlCC. Tl1111'.1'., ,lf1I.X' 72.-Mr. lYZllliCI'lS assc111l1ly at 2 :OO 111 Zll1Lllt1Jl'll1l1l. Y'!111r.v., ,lluy 20.--Mr, ll'llllV1'ZlllllS ZlS5t'llllJl5'. Y'111'.1'., J11111' ..7.gSL'Ill1Jl' Play was 111'11sc11tu1l uuclcr thc Cll1'L'L'Il1l11 uf Hrs, Rutz. Tl16 11111110 111- tl1c play was "l l11111 1' li1'igl1t" liy Mc1'c1litl1 Xicl111ls1111. Jiri., !11111' IU.-lillfl 111' s1'l11111l. My l1igl1 scl11111l rlays arc uvcr f111'1'1'e1'l 3'XNYi'l Our Algebra Class l fl11-ulrl lilcu to :uk 111' you ,luxl wl1z11 1g1'mo1l 1l111-s Zilgtllfil flu? l'I11- 111'11I1l1-1115 are all w111'lc1'd just so liul XYllL'll y11u'1'u 1l11'1111gl1, what do you if it i l411r111'? Nay Kla1'l1l1': "Huw 1li1l you cure your x1X11'1' 1-1 llL'1' 11111111110 craze?" ,lack l'lL'I11ll'lL'liSI "Ol1! l just gave her a 10117 1111-clcl car." Worth Patenting Y1111 llflll, nlll1ll'ZlL'l, a111l lllllllllllt' "Su 1l1:11 ucw girl 111 vours is l2lZV?'i . "l.az1l XYI151 tl1u other 111or11iuq I ll11'11 11111 lliillfl Your lb2ll1C'l' 111 It -, 1111114111 l11-1' putting 111111c11r11 into thc ivan- l11 1'1111111 1l11- 111111115 1l1:11 you C1111 win. 1':1l41-5 111 llllllik' 1l1c111 flop over tl1e111- g.l0SCI1lIlllC XYz1l11111 N1'l11'e" 1113 V HW wffffa W- S 1 ls. l 1 , - f., :A W 3 ,A-f-',ff4,- ,i"'!l1" ,pf ,Q 'g, wg. 14 , L WF .H , Av -XX , XXX us f e EE-EE ' ..x- ' ul P m 559 E , Q R I PRESHYE gpg, Maouu SHOT! u.A.A."N mms MOST STUDIOUS mf! ww-ffvfi Y JP.. HIGH I QTHEOFHCERSJ ii ki? A 3 it-J A , f 'BAES Loom s COUPLE TH EY THE JANITORS T 2: -'- -4- -. . - Gps' 1' -E 'Yom THE NOISE IN JR. "E ' ""'M"A"4" 109 LQ, ,., ,. M, , X. Tl HE EDITORS A -3. V""H J A T 'W ' 'I TB 'VY ,E FORTHIS ' fb 4 SEE THE GYM LE TS EAT Bird feathers were being discussed in biology. Mr. Payne held up the long tail feathers of a phesant: "XVhat is missing from this tail?" Nellie Mollica: "The bird." wr + its Please Photographer: "Do you want a large or small picture?" Pauline P.: "A small one." Photographer: "Then close your mouth, please." ar 1: wr Mr. XYalker: "You lazy boy! XVhat done if you had been would you have brought up among people who lived by the sweat of their brows?" tl-eo. XV.: "I would have sold them pocket-handkerchiefsf' af x wk Margaret lVerner: "I got a bright idea out of a corner of my brain today." Marian XYillia1ns: 'AOh! :X stowawayf' :F if lk "Snooky" Heimann was driving along a country road when she noticed a Couple of repair men climbing telephone poles. "Fools," she exclaimed to her compan- ion, "they must think I never drove a car before." af :of :of J. Irlesletz "I won 25 cents on the Bu- chanan-Niles basketball game, and I bought some lipstick." T. Ball: "XVhat did you do with the other 15 cents?" as + 11 George Rough: "XYhat did you do when the ship sank in mid-ocean?" Eldred Kelly: "Oh, l just grabbed a rake of soap and washed myself ashore." Ili RY ik "l'm fed up on that," said the baby, pointing to the highchair. X elf IF Hob Z.: "Mattix says he's sixteen. Do you believe that?" .-X. Hoskins: 'Alt must be true. He's stuck to that same story all the years I've known hint. lil ik Pl: Miss Landon: "lYell, Leo, if you can't draw anything else, at least make an at- tempt to draw the one on the board." Leo: "That's what I did do." . J fs, 5 t .1-N " . ' '-7 ' . 6.3 f1'isfvZ.. .t Qatf .31 iitfw' 'flfi' X33 J".-fm: 'f-elif" wir.-' -,T5'tf'- , wx frrob'-?"" -I -' .. ,V 1, 'riff 'QL b 73:4 -wb' wily If " X ., Ted XVienke: "Danna, can you cook?" Danna: "VVell, I don't know, but I used to make wonderful mud-pies." ikfklk So Why Study? The more you study, thfe more you learn: The more you learn, the more you know. The more you know, the more you forgetg The more you forget, the less you knowg So why study? The less you study, the less you learn: The less you learn, the less you know. The less you know, the less you forget: The less you forget, the more you know! So why study? sr is wk Just Latin Latin is a language, :Xt least it used to be, First it killed the Romans ,Xnd now it's killing me. ik PF lk If it takes a four months old wood- pecker with a rubber bill, nine months and thirteen days to peck a hole through a cypress log that is big enough to make seven shingles-and it takes 165 shingles to make a bundle worth 03 cents, how long will it take a crosseyed grasshopper, with a cork leg, to kick all the seeds out of a dill pickle? ik wi: + If lf a guy studies all the time he's a book- worm, lf he doesn't ht-'s a dumbbell: If he lends his spending money, he's a fool, lf he doesn't he's tight: lf lie makes a letter, he's a big head, lf he doesn't he's a weaklingg goes out for scholastic activities, lf he he's a sissy, lf he doesnt he's a brute. lf a girl goes in for athletcis, sbe's a tom- boy, If sbe doesn't she's a clinging vine: lf she powders and paints she's vain, lf she doesn't she's a washout: lf she smiles and is pleasant, she's silly. lf sbe's cpiiet and reserved, she's no goodg lf she's rich--she's not poor. So what is a poor guy going to do? ex 'T' so e 1 43 J Q2 The Revised Library List The Trojan Women .....v......----...........-.------------------------------------------------,-- ----- G - A- A- The Rivals ...............---. --------------- S t- T09 The Music Master ...... "'----------44--,w- l Gill MHUTCWS Strife ,,,,.,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,, ...,,..............i.......,.. l ing. VII A1-mg andthe Man ....,. .,..... C 'lara Mae Van Der Karr The Copperhead ......,... ................,........ B ill Schick The Melting Pot ...v......,,.... The Captain of the Gate ...... The Golden Doom ........, The Little Men ..,........ Spreading the News ...... The Workhouse XVard ...,. A Friend of Czesar ......., The Iron XVoman ....... The Scarlet Letter ......... Girl of the Limberlost ...,.. Marching On ,,.,,,,,,,,-,,A,, A Tale of Two Cities ..,... The Red Haired Girl ....... The Amateur Gentleman .,..... The Age of Innocence .......... . ...... Mr. Zabel's Office The Man Wfithout A Country .,... 7 Memories of a Hostess ...... Far Away and Long Ago Keeping Up XVith Lizzie ...., X outh .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,4,,-,.-,,..----,.,,-- T116 Choir Invisible .....,..,,,...., Mr. Zabel . Report Cards XYalker, Mattix, Swain Jule Heslet, Anna Reid Gym Mary Parker I lary XVeaver -----..4------.'.- LIE' .. l'auline Pfeil Seniors Bertrand Zlllfl Sumnerville Kathlyn Kettlehut Temple Ball Fd Schaller 'Sweet 16" limb Zellars Julia Giddings Miss Talburt Freshman Leo Frizzo Mixed Chorus Grace Smith T116 Egyptian Princess .,.,..c............ ..----- The Man XVh0 VVould Be King ....... -.... C l1ZlI'lCS Rmlllflll The Promised Land ................,..., --,------4--v---- C Ullcgs Sharp Eyes '------,-,,-----,., .,,,.... A TTS. 141501711 '-' 111 ff fi i' ,WY -V , nna:a.-f--A'-f' '-""" ein As An Irishman Sees It ll SAYS l 1' the g11x'ei"ment liait'p1u't h1l'liee1's, 'Me Pappy, Patrick Gilli- vrav, a'wax's Slllfl t' me that when things wer' 1lea1l I shnulfl stir them up an' salt wi' me 'Ul'1N1'bl'. An' hy th' himagc 0' Saint Patrick, no sooner was th' '1i1'1ls 1 ut ax' this lrish 'ea1l rm' inine than an extra iiewspapei' was aut. tellin' 'ow hue av nut' pil1tes 'flll gnne an' gut 'imself lust. l guess th' h1it'iieers 1li1ln't want i' qnwwn. anvwax' th' hwthei' mail guys let aut it yell f'i' a searehin' party t' he f1,11'mecl t' hurl th' 'ernie l'1l wh1i 'arl 1l1:ne gnne an' v11luntee1'e1l t' linrl th' 'i1le aut of them snealtin' niail rnlihers, Ye see nl' ni1+n, there them i'1,+hl:e1's 'acl he'n tattnin' wi' lead th' guys XY4Jl k'lll'l'lL'1l th' mail. "XYeel, t' get run: th' 'igli-ups ennsenterl t' sen1l.tw15 f1"e1i1ls av th' fella wot gut l11st. XX'ell, sn l says t' ineselt. l'ai'iek th' seewnfl, ye l'ave yere lqitehen t'r tu! ' " ' "'1wl i't' th' L'l'l1lU' th' ll'lll'lllN'1lC in l tl1 ne wut nie CIJlliClHl19 t1ml1l ine t cl11. fltlj an tit . ' ., . . "l"i1'st thin' l knew, lJk'QUl'l'Zl, l was up i' th' clnucls wi' twa wet- chaps i' nne av thnse Curtis QllYC1"lNClll, liairplynes. Lletwixt you and ine, when that huthei' Craft hnverl i't' sight nl' l'at cli1l some pretty last thinltin'. heltase if hit was a mlilmei' plyne they XYfllll4l shunt an' l'1l get 't all unclei' th' neelc. Null Nw! lD1+n't mistoock nu- ninnl l 1li1ln't eare, just sn hit 1li1ln't 'it this 11l' linaelc 11' inine. i',Xilk'l' nut' Hlllfl crate 'a1l reaehetl a eeilin' ax' l5l'lO feet th' hanclit l'lyue shut at us, an' hy th' laith av all Saints, l'll sweat' we stai'te1l i't' a tailspin. NX'e wel" lzlessefl an' wer' ahle t' enme aut 11' th' wreek aliveg hiniagin th' stn'pi'ise 11' them twa pilntes t' lin1l their ehet i' theii' niiclst. "XX't- 1l1l'lHlll'llLfl t' a small ealrin w1 t we thnught was enipty, hut wi' i' t'n paces fra th' 1l1i1i1' we 'ears funny s11un1ls. Nun wut cl1i ye think we dial? XX'e goes an' stu'- l'1ll.1llflS au' attenilits t' capture th' place. helcase ae wut has llilllt' 'api1ene1l. Uhlllllltl 1 ni' stu'1n'ise t' l:lll1l live inen i' a fully eqtiiiiivt-1l ra1li1v statinu an' i' il chair, tierl up. th' clevil tlver, L'llZll'lL'S xllllllllilll. lX'e llL'1l th' llllllflliS up an' clrnvc theni t' th' Q'UYL'l"1NL'l'll llL'lKl i' their own ear, L'hat'les was, nn 1l1 nt, verx' glad t' get hack, hut w11t gets me is l gnes an' hrealis up th' 1'a1li1a Slilllllll as l th1ekt that WHS paii'li1i1ms wnt sailerl th' ship. an' than th' 'igh-ups 1le1u'ave nie 1i' me lqitelien an inylce mt- pt-'l pntalnes, liekase l 1lestr11ye1l, they saicl, a valuahle clue t' th' flis- e1n'1-ry ax' sell'-e111iti'1ille1l liairlilynes, "l' aVn't 1lllk'Clll'fl never heai'1l ax' such in justiei- in liistliiwf' "l l1ll'1'lw1 ll! XX'alqe tip, undress an1l uh ln lu-tl," ll-ui X1-s, sir." limi llixluusox nz s -M ssss N We M..- .J . A .. -I-A-0-" xx K ' ,f f Best Looking ...... . Most Popular ......... ...... Teacl1er's Pet ---.... ........... Biggest Candy Eater ........ Best Athlete .................... Most Bashful ......... . Biggest Flirt ...... . Biggest BluEer ..... . Most Musical ..,... , Best Student ........ ...... Most Democratic .... ...... Best Leaders ........ .,.... Most Conceited ........... Peppiest .......................... Most Love-Sick Couple Library Hound ........... "' L Ai-sg Q My Who's Who Charlene Shaw ...... Margaret Franz ...... Betty Anson ....... Marian XVilliams .... ........ Danna Kingston .... Beulah Kirk ....... Nkfinnie Barnes Merlin Clark Bob Swain Charles Randall Bob Swain .lohn Mattix .loc Hess Ted XVienkie Toe Smith Maxine Loomis ................ Helen XVhiteside ..,..,...,.... Evelyn Wlerner ..... Bob Bernard Charles Randall ,lC2111 SPi11'kS ,----------. .---- oe Smith Virginia Eagleslield Grace Louise Smith ----------Bob Swain ----------Fred Geideman Temple Ball ........,.,, ..,. Evelyn VVerner ..... ,.... Most Interesting Eyes ...... Gertrude VVeltzien Most ODUI11lStiC .............. Margaret XVerner Most Pessiinistie ..... ...... Most Loyal .......... ,,,... lllost Clriginal ,,,e,,,, ,,,,,,, School Babies ...... ...... School Clowns .... ..... Biggest Giggler ,,,,,, ,.,,,, Best Actress ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Best Actor .,.,,,,A,,,.,,,,,,-,,,, MOSY Ladylike .,,,,....,,.... Most Persistent Fusser Loudest Laugh .......... Most Gentlemanly ..... Best Looking Lady .... Best Looking Man ...... Hardest to Bluff ..,...... . First to Be Married Most Easily Fussed ...,.. Most Dignified .,..... -Bob Swain .Paul Rodgers -Stanly Starke -Marvin XYeiss Tuhn Dueey -F1'H11CiS RiCC -,,.-.---.-,-,------w--- Clare XYlllUllf'll'C .Clara Mae Van Der Karr -,Tule Heslett .v.................... XYalter Kloster -Bob Swain ..... -Helen Ames .lean Sparks .Merlin Clark -Betty Stafford .Kathryn Dunn Mary Xkleaver .Ed Schaffer . Charles Eorburger FACULTY -Iihlfs.-1Ars'rs"o' or or 113 Nliss l anflon ,. Mr. Xkarrcn . Mrs. joseph Bliss Martens Hrs. lfelflman Hr. Zabel Mr, Marks: "XX'hat happened to Baby- liillf M. Rollins: lt fell. Mr. Marks: "XVhat happened to Tyre?" Malcolm: "lt was punctured." if wk Ik llossi "lYhat are you two men doing walking so slowly up these stairs?" .Xrthur Pears: "Wie are workin', boss. lYe are carryin' this here desk up the stairs." Boss: "l don't see any desk." ,XI'lillll'f t'For goodness sakes. Marvin, we've gone :md forgotten the desk." 41 4 4 "Yes, Father, you may have the Car tonight," said Dirk, generously. to his parent. 41 41 41 "XYhat was the song Nero sang?" "lt must have been 'Keep the Home Fires lZurning'." 4 41 Pk "XYhat did that great humorist say when thev aimuntaterl his leg?" III- smiled and murmured, "I've stood about enough." 41 4 4 Said one of the Gold Dust Twins: t'lIere's our elianve to make a good clean- ing!" "Xothing doing!" replied the other, "Lux against us." iii Help Was Needed Iokes in other books remind us That we have some bum ones toog Blame yourselffthey'd sure been better It you had handed m a tew. Teacher: "Yon van't sleep in this Class," Zellers: "I know it, I've been trying' for the last half hour." 1914141 414141 Mules Un mules we find two legs behind, .Xnd two we tind before: XVe stand behind before we find lYhat the two behind be for. 41 41 41 Said the violin to the harp. "Youre nothing but a big lyref' 4 41 4 For Chickens An egg a day keeps the hatchet away. N f N1 1 F 'H 1 fm. 1 1' 112' Vif - 1 NX i Q1 yglff fg ,. fyufi .?,,1gl??'1"' T' 4 1 ,.v. H4 gli... . 1.,,:r. .,v.1,i....a,,4 . . -I Law- 14 .rbiwzvt ir . , nr. FI- sg, 1 Twenty-Third Psalm The faculty are my teachers, I shall not want others: They maketh me to fatigue my poor brain. They leadeth me to their desks: They demandeth my gum: they canneth me From class for my lessons' sake. Yea though I walk through the halls in silence, I fear them, for they wateheth me. Their ideas and assignments terrifieth meg I am prepared for Ubawlings out" in the presence of my classmates. I annointeth my hook with studyg My marks runneth down. Surely if they teaeheth me all the days of mv life I shall dwell in the rr.,,,,.. -i 114, ...Hur ...:..,i,.,q fkbklk Recipe for Making History Take fifteen pounds of hard study, one cup of current events Idry preferredl one heaping half barrel of memory, one ton of imagination, spice highly with big words, stir while boiling down, being careful not to mix. set aside and warm over for examination. is 41 41 Tough Luck Mrs. Swain said that it took her son llob six years to learn to walk. He had to learn to get one knee out of the way so the other eonld get by. IF 41 41 Cave Man Stuff Mr. Davidson: "Lyle. how many sub- iects are you carrying?" Lyle: "I am carrying one and dragging l-ulll'.u as 41 41 Ancient History Miss Laughlin: "Pretty handkerchief you have, Mrs. joseph." Mrs. Joseph: "Yes, I value it VCU' highly: it was made forty years ago." Miss Laughlin: "You don't say! Make it yourself?" 41 41 41 Our cheer leader knows a guy so light that when we give three yells for the team he gives only two. . .,.... ,,,.1..:.a..-.- M... X fx i ATA'-1. w X I8 -G0 n Just Imagine "Lets all snuggle down into the soft seats of our dream plane and fiy to one of the leading airports of the country owned and operated by Albert Gregor and ,lack Pethick. The first sight to meet our eyes after our arrival at the airport is a crowd of people gathered around the wreckage of a glider that belongs to Art Nelson and Bob Tormey. M. G. M. News camera men CG. Cronin and I. Duceyi are busy grinding cameras. Press re- porters Frizzo and Shoop are also on the job. An air crash investigation committee composed of Lyle Jones and George Bartlett. Malcolm Collins, and Charles Forburger are trying to locate the cause of the accident. After a close examina- tion they find Ralph Hetler hiding in the wreckage. Ralph confesses that he has been a stowaway, thus solving the glider crash mystery. "Chief Pilot Ted XVeinke now appears to accompany us on a tour of the airport. ln one of the hangars we find Norman Keihn instructing Charles Randall in the art of piloting a plane. ln the machine shop we see Henry Korman amusing him- self with an airplane motor. Next we go into the rigging room where we come upon those two famous stunt flyers, Joe Smith and Edward Schafer, busy pester- mg Fred Young who is trying to sleep. Through the open door we can see Harry Lydick climbing into the cockpit of his plane. He tells us he is about to take Kenny Prenkert up for his first parachute jump. "Now a squadron of army planes led by Thomas NValsh descend to refuel. The airplanes of this squadron are given im- mediate attention by mechanics Bert Cripe, Fred Gondeck, and Elmer l.epel. There are quite a number of visitors to- flayl one of them being Bob Goodsell who is trying to beat the speed record from Iyew York to San Francisco. Right after him comes Bert Nelson who is with the U. S. air-mail. Towards evening a U. S. Navy Blimp docks, and as soon as the rope ladder is lowered, Andrew Hoskins. Captain of the blimp, steps to the ground. followed by VVilliam VVerner. "That night a reunion is held in the dining room of the airport. Music is fur- nished by Bob Bernard's "Imperial Ser- enadersj' That famous after dinner speaker. Clare XVl1lll'I1OFC, gives a fare- well address to the members of his com- pany before leaving for Switzerland where he is to run in the cross-country tournament for the world's championship. XVe are entertained by Howard Keltz, the famous magician, who is leaving for a tour of Europe. Supper is finally served by Charles Freyer and Donald Prince. The climax of the evening comes when Lieutenants George Rough and Fred Geideman, aces during the Chin-japanese XVar, relate their experiences while fighting in the Orient, A good time is had by all and we finally climb into our cabin plane and are rudely awakened by the alarm clock in time for our eight o'clocks. ,lust a dream after all!"--XVrites Frank Hradel. ir + "How kind of you," said Clara Mae with a blush, "to bring me these lovely fiowers. They are so beautiful and fresh. I think there is some dew on them yet." "Yes," replied Charles with a grat deal of embarrassment, "but l am going to pay it off tomorrow." if if 1 Harry Lydick agrees with me that the girls who don't use powder generally shine in school. af sf at Hob fi.: "Did you get hurt while you were on the eleven?" l.. Frizzo: "No, it was while the eleven were on me." ' 4 1 is Mr. Richter: "XYhat are igietic feet?" Dick Rice: "Klint-. They're 'Longfel- lt'iNYS.,u ltslkltf The Victors Tell me not in playful jesting Niles is slow to win a game: Wie were once down-trodden students But we rallied, just the same. .-Xll these years Saint ,loe has tfillllllllltfl And the lauding reached the sky: Now we hear a different murmur From our neighbors, wonder why. They were one time state defenders But they lost two games this yeltr. Chester's "Five" were just too l1vCl3' That is why such moans we hear. Grace Louise Smith -Y. f ffgff. 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As Bert passed the oliice, the clerk at the desk called out, "Mi: Howard. ac- cording to the dials of the mechani:-operator of our 'phones, a message came late this afternoon for you. I thought you would be right home so I did.'n't have it relayed to the office." "Thank you. Mr. Hayden," said Bert, "I'll get it at my room." He mounted the automatic elevator- light-heartedly and got od' at the 91st Hoor. He stepped on the right half of the moving hallway and got off at his room. After removing his coat he stepped over to the telephone, took up the re- ceiver, and pressed a button. The recorded message came to him-a perfect re- production of the original: "Bert Howard, your grandmother died today. May 14, 2062. COITIC to Chicago immediately." He stepped back with a jerk, it couldn't be possible-his tnly known relative-dead. Mechanically he pressed the buttong again came the same voice with the same impossible message. He walked slowly over to the window as if in a dense fog and sat down by the sill staring at the multi-colored lines of lights below. XVhy. she had taken care of him and brought him tip ever since his parents died when he was two years old. She had been both mother and father to him for 20 years, and now she was gone- He couldn't compre- hend it, XVhy did this come now when things had looked so rosy a few hours be- fore? The next week. after he had returned fri m the funeral, he took up his position as demonstrator at the fair. There were scores of new scientific and historic dis- coveries exhibited, new types and developments in food discs which superseded the old kinds of food, because of the near extinction of plants on our globe. Bert hardly felt like himself as he sped along in his rayo-car toward the fair buildings that first morning after he returned. He felt that he had no friends in the world, the world? it was a small place--he remembered the week-end excursion around the globe which he had taken with his grandmother on the G. X P. Airlines in 2051 when he was eleven. 'What sights! There was hardly a place as far as he had been able to see where there hadn't been people living-no vegetation anywhere, just all crowded out. As Bert drew nearer to the fair buildings, he could see the crowd which had already gathered at the entrance although it was only eleven o'elock, and the gates would not be opened until 2 130. He began to wonder somewhat at this. 1 lfrom the association with people that afternoon, all ng with so many things to divert his thoughts, his spirits rose.j Before 6:30 came, when he had 30 minutes oft for "supper" and rest, he felt as if things weren't so dark after all. ' ' -' f- "ll the XVhen the sun began to sink behind the hoimon and dusk began to 1.1 , huge sunlight refractors in Hawaii were set in motion by an impulse from the taur- grounds and slowly a yellowish glow began to be diffused through all the buildings as if the sun had risen again. The refraction stations built at intervals around the - ' 15" f . 117 1 '1 I, ' , f - -sv, ,Q 1. X, JV- ,1 V 1-11rth 1'111'1'1.-rl the s11n's rays to Zlllj' sp1t tlcsirt-1l fl1l'Ullg'll ll cl1z111ge i11 thc unglg of tht- ray. This w11s usccl fur lighting large 1111-11s. hut clcctrical cm-rgy was Con- llllClL'fl ln' 111111-gn, 11r rays 1111- lighting clwcllings Zlllll lllllltllllgi Thg structures 1111 thy f11irgr11n111ls wt-rc lllilflt' Ill. glass, tht- ll!llYCl'S1ll c11nstr111'ti1111 11111tc1'i11l, which 11ll11w1-rl thc Sllll t11 cntur. Thc Ray ,Xll'L'lA1llAi hill. h111l Il blllilll sp11c1' fur thtir 1-xhil1iti1 Il 11f tht- 111-w type sl1ip. 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Shu wore 1111 llllt Stl lic 1'11ul1l sec hcr 1l111'k lJl'l1Wll hair which in th11t rcfructccl sunlight sceincml H1-ttlccfl with g'11l1l. llcr llllllltll, wt-ll, yllll Clllllllllil say it w11s pcrft-ct 11n1l llL'l' n11sc pcrhztps was slightly 1'r1111lc1-1l-1111 Xllll Clllllflllil iily hcr fL'llUll'CS wt-ru the n1111lcl of p1-1'f1-1'ti1111, liL'I'l tl111ught, hut llL'l' fucc st-1-1111-1l t11 r11cli11t1- lltfllllty. 111i1t s11111cthi11g t11 I11- lHlllik'll 11t Zllltl 111h11i1'c1l hut lbtllllly which w11s :1l1s111'l11-1l, lt 11111st have hccn hcr 1-yus-syn-s, it NVHSQ they wt-rc s11 1luizzi1'11l, half l1cwil1l1-rt-cl, Il littlt- shy, s1,1 i11 earnest. llt- st111'1-1l 111 llL'l' fur Il full tivt- st-1'11111ls tht-11 sp1 kv. "l 11111 ,Xlhcrt ll11wz1r1l. ls thcrt- Illlyllllllg l 1'1111 1l11 fill' y11u?" "Mr, ll11w11r1l, l just ht-:1r1l tht- 1'11111'l11si1111 111' ytllll' t11llq 1111 thu l'lL'NY Zlll'Slll1T. :1111l l Illll g'l'L'illlj' i11tc1'1-stt-rl i11 it. I w11111lc1' if ytill 1'1111l1l 1111sw1-r Zl fcw l1LlCStlU11S for inc Still 1111 s111il1- lllll 111111 Fillllk' 11l11111st shy lllllllllk'l'. :1111l llL'NYllilCl'IllClllI i11 her 1-yt-s. "S11n11' n111r1- i1li11tic 11111-sli1111s," lit-rt tliuuglit, llllt lic s11i1l 2llI1llJSt 5l1Zll'11lj', A'Oh. s11r1-3 what 1111 you want F" 1 IS Hg if x --41 f . . V A -r L E ' 921 . . .lff .qliijqiggh-,I 1 4 :31 X F 4 She asked the questions but thei' WCW tif thc Cillllwc 'lf fl fellvse l""'ff'55"" mfl1e1-1111111 gm idigt, XVhen she had Finished questioning him, she knew almost as much about the ship as he did. Ile took her home that night and learned that her father was an astronomer who had been studying especially the approach of llal- lev's comet. Professor Clark was a widower who taught in the school at Seabreeze Beach. He was a quiet, thoughtful lllllll, quite retiring. llis eyes seemed not exactly shy but touched with fear, mortal fear. In the visits to the Clarkssand Kathryn-during the weeks that followed, liert learned that Professor Clark was inclined to lUllCI'C11ltlSlS'-IlCl'llZlIlS as a result of the strenuous hours and the lack of adequate sleep due to his astronomical studies. He learned also that the professor had mathematically proved that when Ilalley's comet crossed the line of the earth's orbit a little while hence the earth would ar- rive at the same point. Chaos would be the result. The professor tulfl him of his repeated efforts to have his findings and calculations published. but everybody scoffed at the idea, They had heard of these pessimistic old ducks before who pry phesied the end of the world. llert also learned something of the composition of comets: how they were continually cooling off and getting smaller. The next month, however, these same scoffers had some cause for alarm. The comet was no longer a telescopic ohjectg it was visible to the unaided eye and as large as the full moon. The tail reached three-quarters the distance across the sky. As the tail of the comet precedes its nucleus when travelllne away from the sun, the earth entered the tail while the comet was still far away. lt was -lune 2.3 when the earth entered it. On that day a few deaths from shock were reported. That night what appeared to he two moons arose, except one had a dull red- dish color, Particles of the tail that appeared to be meteorites con.tinually streaked across the heavens. All but the brightest stars were blotted out by the crimson pall. The next morning's news dispatches repcrted over two thousand dead and many more dying. Even in the daytime the reddish glow seemed to be diffused with the sunlight until ahout noon, then it subsided somewhat. Immediately, numerous theories were propounded. Some said that the elec- trical impulses emitted by the comet caused all the deaths. Another theory was that the dust from the disintegration of the particles in the tail of the comet overcame the victims. :X development of this idea resulted in the theory th-at the dust carried a disease similar to asthma which was responsible for the deaths. That memorable dayg the 2-ith day of June, 2062! Un that day KZltlll'j'll.5 father died, a victim of the terrible catastrophe which he had predicted. lle went the same way that thousands ef helpless souls had gone in the preceding thirty-six hours. Thus far Seabreeze which was on quite high land had been untouched by death. but when Professor Clark died, the population became panicky. lt was late afternoon and he had been telling Bert and Kathryn of his opinit n on the causes if -W--as-as 119 r l ri-pix .3 ,L tl 13? 35 A of the deaths. His theory was that some sort of heavy. poisonous gas had been re- Sponsible for the terrible deaths in the lower levels of the earth. Then as he was telling them that the only hope lay in fleeing to some high point of land he coughed and seemed to gasp for breath. "lt's just my weak lungs," he said after a moment. "I'll be all right." They laid him on the bed, and he started to gasp, "Air, air, quick!" He stag- gered to his feet. "It's the gas! Get out, quick l" "XVe're going to stay right with you, Professor Clark," Bert said sternly. Kathryn ran to the ventilator in the glass wall to open it. "People are being killed in the streets like flies," she cried. She was beginning to struggle for breath nowg so was llert. but he carried the dying man to the flat roof of the building. He was already unconscious when Bert got him there. A few moments in the better air served to clear l'iert's and Kathryn's reeling brains, but Professor Clark had died. The power house for the ray lights stopped about 8:50. For almost half an hour the town was in darkness. Then a dull red haze began to form at the horizon. The frightened knots of people gathered on the roof tops huddled closer ti gether and watched the terrible blood-colored comet monster rise with extended tallons ready to destroy the universe. The comet had traveled much nearer to the earth. because its bloody hulk covered almost a third of the heavens. The town was illum- inated by the reddish half-light until it was almost like a tire over everything, The bodies in the street below, with the crimson glow on them amplified the horror of the survivors. .Xll at once a terrible scream came from one of the rtof-tops farther down, as the death-dealing gas advanced higher to snuff out the few lives gathered there. Suddenly from among the crowd of wild thi ughts flying through l3ert's brain a sane idea detached itself. "liathrynl the rayoplane l" lle screamed it over again as a madman. "The rayoplane ll XYe can escape l l" Then he said in a stern void: as he collected himself. "Kathryn, you stay here. If l get back we are saved." lle grabbed the huge reflector of the ray beacon, inverted it. and inhaling deeply, he descended into the street. i lflis rayo-car was standing in fri nt of the house. llis lungful of precious air WHS jllwl illltlllf wltllllstefl. lle gulped a mouthful of air from the inverted reflector as he turned on the power. ln twenty seconds he was at the factory. He didn't turn the power off. but crashed through the side of the exhibition room, The reddish glow allowed just enough ghostly light to enter for him to see what he was doing. ,Xfter a few moments' frantic effort he got into a sealed cabin, and turning on the power he arrived at the rooftop where Kathryn was waiting. "come quickly, sweetheart." he called. Then with a solemn face Bert asked. "lYliere to, lady? Pay as you enter, please." vVL'llllh, sll. slit icplitd, and kissed lnm as he turned on the ray which started the ship. -C1r.xRLi2s R,xNn,xLL 120 s 1- as Mg- sf N . 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