Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

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X 5 . ? iii if , s X a rn, 0 Zlaaewafwl We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and thirty- nine, are proud to offer this publication of the L'Tattler" as a record of all the work, the friendships, and the play we have experienced in reaching graduation, this goal of our high school life, as well as the representation of the exploits of other members of Iunior and Senior High School on athletic fields and in other extra- curricular activities. The class of 1939 has striven to portray the varied activities in a realistic manner. We hope, in this wav, to have your approval of this 1939 edition of the "Tattler." THE THTTLEH Puhllshed hu The Senior CI BSS Niles High Seheel ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,- 225 It is with sincere pleasure that we, the Senior Class of 1939, dedicate our "Tattler" to Leland S. Walker, principal senior advisor and head of the mathematics department. In 1919, Mr. Walker came to Niles after serving in the Army during the World War. He came as the first Physical Education director in Niles High School and he organized Niles' first Gym Show in the spring of 1920. In 1922 and 1923 his basketball team took the State Championship and in 1925 his track team was also a State champion, proving his success as a coach. In 1925, Mr. Walker discontinued his duties as coach and became director of the mathematics department. I" the spring of 1926 he accepted the management of the financial division of the " i autor." His personality radiates through his cooperative connections with pupils. His interest in students is illustrated by his helpfulness with every type of problem and advice in developing a well-rounded character. We truly appreciate such a teacher and we wish to commend his excellent work. HDHIIHISTHHTIUH Boafufofgcfucalian MR- P- A- HADSEU- MR. PAUL BLACKMOND MR. I. W. Wo0D Prcszdcnt Treasurer S ccremry NIR' G. FRENCH MIXS. RICH'I'ER Vicc Prcicidcnt Tfhfffff' FLOYD W CRAWFORD A B WALTER I. ZABEL, AB., M.A. MA LL B , University of Michigan . ., . . UHiVCfSifY Of MiChisI11H Principal of lunior-Senior SufJe1'1'ntcndcnl of Schools High School NEWTON S. BACON Western State Teachers College, University ol Michigan, BLS. ChC'fVIf.5I1'y and -llgclmz GEORGE M. BALAS Hanover College. .X.B. Mulhfmulics ant! Physics MILDRED BEATTY Illinois State Normal, I5.Ii. I.1'tc1'ul111'c CARROLL F. BLETH EN Northern State Teachers College, ImIn.f1ric1l .-I1'1,t HIXROLD C. BR.-XDFIELD VVestern State Teachers College. General Snwzcf 111111 Football Cmzrh BERYLLE CLEVERTNO Vv'estern State Teachers College St. Mary's College Art CORNELIA CIROYVLEY University of Chicago. Ph.I3. junior B11fi11c.f.f CHESTER E. DAVIDSON Illinois State Normal. B.li. University of IllinoiS. NIA. Social Sfiwyccf and B11-A1011 und Truck Cmzdi I Jll OLLIE FRIGAARD University of Oregon, B..-X. Von!! Mzrsiz' RUSSELL A. CTEBBY XVesturn SILIIC Teachers College, B.S. 111 dz1.v1'1'l'u! .4175 MARTE E. CTETZ Illinois State Normal, B.l-f. Iiuglifh 111111 Izzrzior Hzgfz Sdmul 1.ibrurit1n IVIILDRED CTEORGE Hall Stale Tcnehers College. B.S. If 11 gl 1111 STELLA L. HEATH Albion College. AJS. University ot Colorado. RIA. Social Svirnce RUTH I-IEATON Lincoln College, AB. b v Cloltxmhia School of Mtistc, ILM. American Conservatory of Music, MAI Von!! Music DIJROTHX' B. HOYT Unixt-rsity of Micliigatiu. .X.I3. li11kQl1'rlz and Sf'n1'or High Xrfmul I.iI11'uri1111 IVIARY A. IOSEPH Vllgstern State Teachers College, 15.5 Cn m1u4'1'cc iq PAULINE KLOPIIENSTEIN NcIrIlIwcslL'rII Uxlixcmily, 14.5, 1511 gl I1-11 M.XIlIIXN IMXYVIQENCIZ Ihllsnhllu 01114-gc. LH. Ifrrfzrlf Iunl 1x'zIylI'-L' RALPH LEIIMAN In ivcrsity uf NIiLlIig1In. 7'yfw'1I'r-I'I'1'1Iy RUBEIVI' C. NIARKS Dul'IIIIw L'IIix'crsily. .X.li. Lllxxurmy of NIIclIIg.III, XIIUIII SI'1'z'11I'I' 5 . ,. .Www LW-E. WILLIIXRI NIATIIEXVS Yxxiwnily of XIIclIig.m. .X.i3. .Ym'iIll XI frm I CLARENCE E. Momma Alum College. AJC. SIIUIII S4'1'f'I11'z' EILEEN CJHBRIEN Wlxilcwulcr Slam' 'l'u:IclIurs Cfullugc. li. lid, Cn1I11m'r'4'r' CA'FIIEli1NE PATTEIISIIN Iowa SIIIIL- 'I'c.IrlIcra T I'lIy.I'iII1l Ifflnmlinrz RL'ssELL B. PAYNE XXIIIEISII Lolln-gc. AJS. Biology P.xL'LINE PEIRCE Butler lfxmivursily. .LIL llIIvI-rally nl Lhlczlgo. Suchll Xz'1'wII'I' ILTNE PELLETT L'IIiu-rsily nl' Illinois. fr, Hfgfz Iznglrffz ELEANOIL L. P0011 I.oIIIlI1Ird Calla,-gc. ILS. MIllhrnII1fic'.- RIYTII IQOCKXVELL Unix crxily of Wi5LuIIsi lifzglifh CLARENCE F. ROTII Wuslcrn SIJIIC Tcnclxcrs llzslrzffmvzlul Mzzfff W,AX'NE P. SMITH Wcslcrn Slzllc 'l'c:IclIurs BLA. BS. II, .X.B. College Collcgu X B Surful Srimrr, .4,f5i5la111 Fnozball and Truclg Coach MINILX' M. SWAN CqIrlulrIII CIIIIL-Lys. AJS. Univumily of ClIic:IIqrI. MA. lingliflz FLORENCE TALBUIQT DePauw University, AJS. Lalin, Umm nf Gfrlf IANET E. THOINISON Columbia University 'l'cachei's College, PLS., MA. Home Ifmrmnziuf LELAND S. XVALKER Kalamazoo College, AB. University of Nolre Dame, MA. Hrud Mi11hen1an'r.f Dcpizrfmeni VIVIAN WALTERS Iowa State College, BS. Home Emnrmzzz-if RICHARD B. VVARREN Beloit College, .-LB. Columbia University, BLA. Muthemurirx, Faclrlfy Managfr of f11hI1'f1'zu' DOROTHY WENDLING Beloit College, BS. English IOSEPH WHITWAM University Ol' lllinois. 13.5. Columbia University. MA. Plzyricul Edlzculion, C1'n.r,r Cozrnlry Cmzfh HANNA L. ACKERINIAN Blmlgclt Hospital, KN. Universiiy ol' Michigan School Nurs:- MABEL DAVIDSON Mackiurray College Fifzafzffal Sz'n'f'1z1ry MARGARET EVERS Scclwlmzry lo P1'1'17cif1ul HAIKRY MANSFIELD Western Snare Teachers College Anrrzrlulzce Depurtinenl PATRiciA SNYDER Svrrcnzry 10 Prilziipul ALENE R. THKJMAS S4'n'f'1i1ry fo Szlpninlfndcnt -mzzzm 5:64 Top row. left to right: Newton Bacon. Literary Anlviser: Nlxxry Scliatcn. Etlitcir-itrfilituli: Shirley Smith. .hwcintc lidxloig Miltlrctl Rgithburn. Associate Editor: Dorothy Nine Lzlndeck. .Xssocinte litlitor. Sccontl row: Shirley Hamilton. Pictures: Louis Anderson. Sports: Bernice Wullcr. .Xrt1 Tom Rttc. lluniur: lunc Norris, Tvpixt. Bottom row: Frink XVomer. Sales Manager: Rulvy Andrews. Atsistnnt Sales Xlztnngerz Hurry Ricltatttl llatrpcr, .Xtlvertisingg Billy Herrick. Atlvcrtising: Cornelius McNabb. Advertising. .rag I 4-1:57 F','S ff? M IJGJQ U fx 'Ur N NX I4 A69 ffx' x SEHIURS Swim 6244 Gffzcws ERNEST XNITHAINI ,..., ,77,,7,,,,, P resident V ERA SCHMIDT ,,..,,, .7L. , Vicr Presizicnt RUTH EDWARDS Y7,,7. .,.,,7, ,Scc1"eta1'y NEAL PETERSON ,,,,, ,,,,, 'I 'reasurer SUSANNA NICHOLSON ,,,,. , ,,,,, -V6llCIi!'6l07'Z.6l71 PATRICIA 0,TOOLE ...,, ,,,,,, S alulcztorian FRANK WOBIER ,,,,, ,T ,,,, Class Poet DONNA LOUISE ABAIR Gyin Show '30: Glcc Club '37, '3X. 'lm lioir '38. '3ug llunur Roll 3 SL nu-sicrs WILBl'R ADAMS Visual Education Club '3Og Crum- Cunniry '38: Hleaicbcr Squzul '57, 'Ui 'gqg Honor Rnll 2 Scniuxicrs HELEN NIARXE ALBIKIKIIIT liaunum Club '37: Typing Club 'xjz lhincing Club '38: Library Club fm: Gym Show '38, '3Og llunor Roll 5 SL-incxtcrs FREDERICK rAb10N Gym Show '3G. '31 '38, '3q: Iffmi- i.,.11 581 CARL ANDERSON Gym Shun' '36. 'V '38 'gn LOUIS ANDERSON Gym Show '36. '3j: Dclmlv '36g lim- mzilics '37g Bleacber Squzul '37g 131:111- crn Club '38g Glcc Club '3Og Choir '3Og Art Review '3QQ Cross Country Mgr. '38, 'ggg Senior Plgiy 'gqg Has' kcibull Mgr. '3O: Visual Fcluc.iliOn Club '38. '3Qg Tguilcr Sizilf '3O: Honor Roll 7 SumcSrvrS LEATHA rANDREVVS llubgne '36. '37: I3r.im.uics '37, '381 lunior Play '37: Ili-cl.un.uiOn kj: Ilmmr Roll Onc Si-iii.-Sivr R LEY IANE ANDREWS lh-iuuc '30 '31 Suninr l'l.i3 '3u: lPr.1 m.uics '37. '3H: linnur .Mlxiwri Iilmril 'ESQ Tguilir S,.i1l 'wr lbmfz' Roll 1 Sumesu-rs ffl -6' VFHOIXIAS ASHLEY B.uul 37. '3Sg i4.uul Hminuu '37, '38 VERA ASMUS Gym Slmw '36. 'qua Glcu Club '37, '58 'su- R., SHARLEE AESEROOK IERI BANNISTER Gym Shun' '36, '37, '38, '3gg Iunior Play '38: Ihncing Club '38g Sewing Club '3O: Xlinur N1 fi, A. A. '36, '37. '3f'l. '3g: 'Typing Club '37 DKJROTIIX' RUT1 1 BARNES P011 Squxul 'Viz fiim Slmw '3rJg Li- bmry Club 'wx filcc Club '39g Typ- ing Club '38 IQATHRYN BARNES Glcc Club 'gqg Gym Show '3Qg Honor Roll 2 Selncsicrs AVIRGIL BARNES lJr.in..uigS '11 XS: Cllr-c Club '3T. '38, 'guz fibuir WIS. '3O: fiym Sbuw '57 ESTHER LYDIA ll.xT'rA Urulicsirai WT. EN. 'ini liim Slum' ES. '3u: I,ibr1iry l'lub'3O: 6.11-c Club '38, 'gm I'liOiOgr.ipbx Kflub '37: lkinnl Ruuncu '37: llunbr Roll 4 SL-im-Siurs DWAIN BLACKBURN Gym Show '36, '37, Dehguc '36, '37. '38, Drumzuicb ,395 SIuIlcnI Dir. Of All-School Play '30, Cross Country Mgr. '38, '39, Blcxxchcr Squad '37, '38, '39s Honor Roll 7 Semcsicrs BOB BLACKMUN Band '37, '38, Band Bounce '36. '37, '38, lPlIomgrzxphy Club '39, Honor Roll 7 Semcslers LINDEN BOXWELL Gym Show '36, Band '37- '381 Blind Bounce '37, '38 EILEEN BRIGGS Glee Club '36, Gym Show '35, '39S Typing Club '38, Library Club '39 LEE DENNIS BRIGGS Glcc Club '36, '37, Typing Club '37 CORA BRITTON Gym Show '38, '3r3: Glec Club '59, l.ibrury Club '30, Typing Club '37 MARIORIE BROCKVVAY IOHN BUIIEKER Gym Show '38. '3u: Gulf '38, '3O, Typing Club '38. '30 MARY' LOU BYRNE BE Gym Show '36, '39, Typing Club 127. '58 RTHA ELLEN CHARLES Transferred from Green Twp. High School '38, Gym Show ,3Q HOWARD CLARK Debate '36, '37, '38, '3QQ Dramatics '37, Orzxtory '38, lixtcmporaneous Speech '39, Blenchcr Squad '38, '39, Opcrettzi '37, Arr Review '39, All- School Play '38, junior Play '38, Choir '38, '39, Vocal Fcsrival '38, '3q: Octet '38, '39, Glec Club '38. '39, Honor Roll 3 Scmestcrs DUANE COLE Gym Show '36, '37, All'Scli0Ol Play '38: Drumnlics '38, '59 ICNE COLE Gym Show '36, '39, Glee Club '39: Typing Club '37 IRENE COOK Gym Show '36, '37, '38, '39, Dunc- iug Club '36, '37, '38, Glec Club '39, Choir '39, G. A. A. '36, '37, '38, '39, Operetta '37, Debate '36, Typing Club ,373 junior Play '33, Senior Play '38, Cheer Leader '38, '39, Arr Review '39, Honor Roll 2 Semcslers MARINE CRAMER LA Gym Show '36. '37, '38, '30s Pep Squad '38, G. A. A. '37, '38, ,393 Minor N MARR DAVIS 'l'r:Insl'erred from Cassopolis High School '38 MARIAN DALENDERG R1il.un:11zm Ci-ntr.il Iligli Sciirml '3S1 , Typing Club 'vig Gym Simian' 'am 1 'wr Glu- Club '343: .Xll-Sclnml Plgvy 'grgz Senior l'l.iy '3u: Pop Squzul Ash: Driuuzuics 'mg llouor Rull 7 Swings- lcrs HELEN DAY G. A. A. '36, '37. '3S. '3u: Gym Show '3n: llunur Roll One Suun-swr DALE DED1Tcu Glee Club '36, '37, '38, '39, I.uinlcrs Club '38. ljlli Gym Show '36: '37: Band Bouucc '3l,g Biology Club '37 ROBERT DITTIXIIXR MENELLA Dlxox Gym Show '36, '31p: Glue Club '3r,: Typing Club '37. '38 FRANCIS IUROLET IJOROTHY DL'DAs Gym Show '3u1 G. A. A, '36, '37, '38, '3gg Minor N: I'l1otog:,r.1pl1y Club '3n, Typing Club '57, Honur Roll 7 Sumcslers EDWIN DUNN QW, vb... FRED EARLY Glu' Club '36. '37, '38, '3q: Choir '3q: Gym Show '36, '37: Operelln '37: Buys Omni '3q: Typing Club '36, 37: Luzulcrs Club '33 DIARY EDWARDS Choir '37, '38, '39, Glue Club '36, '37, '38, '3q1 Bixnml '3Xg Orchestra '38s Iunior Plny '3li: Senior Play '38, Gym Show '36. '37. '38, '30, G. A. A. '37: .-Xrl Review '3r,: lizuul Bounce '38: llunur Roll One Semester RUTH EDWARDS Class Sccrulxiryg G. A. A. '36, '37, 33- '30s Choir '36. '37, '38, ,392 Gym Show '39, '36, '37, '3S: Girls Glue Club '36. '37. '38, '39, Sextet '33. '3q: Orchestra '36, '37, Honor Roll X Scmcsicrs D.-XRL EHNES I Trnnsfurrczl from Cenlrzll, South Bend '38: Czuncm Club '38, '39, Boys Glee Club '38 CHARLES ELLIOT Gym Slmw '36 CATHERINE ETZCORN Gluu Cflulv '36, '37. '38, '3f,5 Choir WT. HX. '3u: Gym Show '36, '37Q Upcrclm '37: Honor Roll One Se- muswr NIELVIN EVIQK Gym Slmw '373 Bgixkellmll '39, Typ- ing Club '37 EVELYN FARR Glvc Club '3qq Drninguiu '38 ROBERT FARR Iypmg 1,1116 3, R1r:11,u3D FELDON fum Slum' '36. '3T- 'Wi Ar! Clulu 1 x '36: 11111161 Il.1y '37: l'l11-crlg-.ulcr '13 - '311: ,Xrl R1-xlvu '35, 'iw G11.B1i13T F15N'1'1a11s Gym Show '36, '37, '31, '36: lJ1-l?.111- '36, l76ml1L1ll 'SZ 515: Kilvv Club 57- '38g 51.121-1r.1f1 '37, '38 NIARVIN FILE li.1111l H111111u' '36, '37: O11l1cur.1 '36 '37: Gym Slum' '37g Y1su.1l I-'1l111'.1f 111111 Lluh 31,1 .Xr1 R1'x1Qu' '3:1: l'l1111111' Roll Om' Su111m11'r IQEITII 1315111511 Gym Show '36, '371 14.11111 '36, '37: Ur1l1eslr11 'V36. '37: I1111ic11' Play 'hifi tilmir '37, Glu- tilulv '36, '37, '38, '36, Ilrnmqxncs '37: M1-cl1.1111c11l lJ111uf im.: Clulu '31, EVERETT FLEM1xc: Glue Clulv '36, '37, '38, '36: 011611- '3X: f':1mer.1 Vluln '38, '31, lmx FoP.BEs 1.1-.ulurs-l'l11lx '3N: S1-uiug Ciulu '371 1Jr.1m.111cs 361 if, ,X. A, 36. 37. '38, '36: Gym Slum- '36, '3g: Il611r1r Rnll 1 S1-1111-slvrw ll1e131sE13T Fo13c:.xs11 151-111 Slmw '37, l'lw:1'lc111lc1' '33 '311g Iunior l'I.1x' '38, l3.1ml lS611111o '37, '38g Urcl11u1r11 '3Ng 'l'ypi11g lllulv '3X: I7r11111.11iu '37, Ollkiuls Ciulu 'im 11011111 Rnll 0111- 5111111-nel' BILL F1u'1'z Gym Slum' '36. '37, '38, '36, Fool- lmll '36, '37, '38, Bglskellmll '36, '37, '38- 'NIC 'll-1111is '37, '38, '36, Vlsuall lfllllhllllfll 'WI Project Cluix '37: Typ' my Kilulw '37: Ilulmlu '36 IIIXIINIY F1uzz1a1.L l1y1115l1uw 36, 37, 38, 313g 1-1101. lmll '31 '38g 11111161 ll1gl1 film Club '3N: S1-111111 ll1gl1 Hoya Kilcc llluls '3133 lJr.1111.1111s '371 Truck '35 liEN N 1511 1 1911651 Urclwsl1',1 '37, '38, '311: 155111 Show '37: ll.1111l B11111111: '37 IABIES l711l'c1c1 F1161l1.1ll '36, '37, '3S: 111111 Slmw '3?i1 'l'r.11k '33 ROSE l71u'c:c:1 Gym Slmw '36, '361 Glvu Clulw '38, 30 C11T11131uN1g ClIDDINGS film' lflulu '36, '37, '38, '36, Choir '37, '38, '36: Olwurulln '37, Iumor Play '3H: Biology Club '3T: Gym Slum' '38 F1.o13ENc:15 CSOCKING 'l'r.111sIcr1'1wl frum lulm lf, Yum-r Sclmol, '351 Honor Roll 1 SQ1111-vers I.xc':1Q clIi.Xl5lfORD Ulu- lilulv '37, '38, '311g 1111611 237. '38, '36, Gym Show '36 Lois GRIFFITHS Gym Show '36, '37, '33 ALLEN GROVER Gym Show '37, Siazguginft '39 JOHN CEURK ltinml '36, '37, '38, '39, Glue Club '37, '38, '30, Gym Slunv '36, '38: Uflel '38, Orclwsxrzi '36, '37, '38, '3ug Choir '37, '38, 3133 lizuul Ilcuuukc iw. '37, '58, '39 LAWRENCE CEUTSCHENRITTER Inniur Play '381 Gym Slxow '3u: Lcgulcrs Club '38, '3ug Glcc Klub '37, '38, Yiauul limlucuion Club '31, W.AX'NE HAHN Glu' Club '36: Typing Club '37 IACK I'IA1NI Kilcc Club '36: lunior Pluy '38: Sun' ior Play '39, Iuniur lliglx Track '3h: lfuoibnll '37, '38, Visual Educguiun Club '39, Pruivct Club '37, Gym Show '36, '37, '38, '3rgg Senior High Buys Glee Club '36: Tcnnis '37. '38, '3u: Indoor Truck '38, '39, Typing Club '383 Ari Rcxiuw '39g Dcbzuc '36 SHIRLEY PIAINIILTUN G, A. A. '36, '37, '38, '30: Senior l'I1iy '3gg Iuuiur Plgiy '38, Appurzuus Club '37, lbrunmuius Club '37, lilcu Club '37, '38, '30, Gym Sliow '4!v. '37, '38. '39, Bguul Bounce '37, Oluf m-rum '37: Cliwqrluulcr '38, fill: llgincing Club '37, '3u: Major .uul Xlinur N: Tennis Teum '38: IR-lm Squuzl '38, '3rp: Tllllltl' Stuff '3u: llunor Roll Onc SL-nlcstcr HENR5' HANCOCK Gull' '38 IOHN HANCOCK Pmicct Club '37 B ETTY LOU HARCER Gym Show '36, '37, '38: Pup Squu-'l 38: Typing Club '38 IAMES H.ARPEIl firm Show '16, '3j. '38, 'Viz Om! riuls Club '38, 'lux Tennis '37, '38, so FIXIIWITT HAIKRELL 'Irnck 'X': L. M f'u.lul'y 73. lllcnclxcr Sunni '38, 'Mt Gym Show '36, '37, '38, 'gug llunor Roll One Sui1uwwr li ENNETH HARTMAN 'lriinsfcrrccl from Iuliu F. Nunvr, Sfuub Bend '36, lbmuuquics 37: Plmf mgmpliy '38: Iuniur l'l4iy '38: Slngcf rift '30 i 4 MARGARET I"IA'I'llAXVAY Tramsicrrcd from lbuuxigiuc '371 Typ- ing Club '38: Gym Show '39: llonur Roll One Scnu-slcr flLARA HERI1lljK Gym Show '36, '37, '38, '39, l5.1nnl llnunce '36, '37s Typing Club '37, flrclwsrra '36, '37, '38, '30, Biology lflub '37, llunur Roll One Semester BILL HlBBlXIiD XVIRGINIA HULLIES film- Llub '37. '38. fgu: Gym Slu '41 'wz Honor Roll 4 Semcslcrs PIIx'I.I.Is HUNT iw bluc Klub 36. 37, 35. QIIIII Slum' 'ifn '57, dn: Senior l'l.Ix 'gI,: Pup 5I1u.IIl '38 CIIIIILES HULBEIIT hym Slum' '36. '371 In-ILIII' gli: l3r.IIII.Iriu '37: .Kll-Sclinul 'Q' K A I I Ix .AK Ulllrmls Club '3u: Blcaiclwr SI1u.IIl 'ii 'XIII l'loImr Rull Om' SI'IIII-xlvr c:llESTER HULBERT Gym Slum' '36: All-Scliou R" lllix IX. I1r.IIu.IIim '37: Blcnclwr SI1u.IIl 'qu IQAY HULCE Ill Xl I gli- fiyxu Slmw '37: lfunib. , fi'L': Club NIH. 'jug filmir Qu. l'Im Imgrauvliy Club '36. 'ai OI-Ip llrumr Roll One Semester FIIEIJ HURD I 441. C-lvfflr 36. 37. 'Funnix N71 np- I-rcllzi '37. 'Slip Gym Sbuw 'gb g7- Gluu Club '37, '38: Ocu-I '48 HIJBEIIT IVINS fixlu Slum' '571 Suumr lS.IlIIl '5 IN. XIII: ligxnal Bounce '-gb. '37. '38 gi,- Funmr UrulIcsIr.I '37, 148. 'gn Phu Ingrnpliy Club '37: lZIIInurzI lilub 58. 'ML Typing Club '37: Blcaicluul' Sququl RS: liicrlrwgy Club '37: llunxm' Roll 2 SI-Iiwvtvrs 1 , . ,. Y lmIxIT.x l.xI,IxmoIx 'l'r.IIIsI'I-rrunl fmln 1-Ilgnr llzgli Srl Iunl. l',Ilg.Ir. No,-lvrnskgl '37: Gym Slum qu. lluuur Rull 2 Scrncslers SAIXILTEL Iacxsox C-ym Slum' '50 '37: Glue Club '55 'gtk 'I'ypIug Club '37 NIx'I'II.xNII5I. lwxus I.c.IIlI-rs Club XVI. '3T- '38 'g1,:ll1IIInr llull 5 SI-Inv,-slurs ELVVYN lEI2IfIIIIis 'l'r.IIk 'IPL 'gin I4.I5keIlw.Ill '3g1 UBI' Ii.Il5 t'lIIb 'Q-I: Hmlugx' Club '37 ISAIIIII. IQIINSON tiuu Slum' '40 KT- 'XSL Honor Hull 1 SI-Inwu-rc IOIIN IOIINSUN SI-uinr Bquul WIS. 26. 457. '58. fm: SI-uinr Urclu-sIr.I '-57. '38. 'guz Dc- bnu- 'grI. 47. '38, 'guz Typing Club kj: .Xll-Silmol l'l:Iy 38: Prcsidenr nl Senior li.IuIl ku: Vice President ni IIIIIIIW C'l.In 'viz President Senior Or- I'lIImIr.I 'mr Rnuil lluunce '3b. '37. 'gli 'gm llminr liufl 6 Sexncstcrs IUIIN 1L'IIAsZ IIIIIIIII' Roll 1 Sclnesrers ISOBEL li u'I"I'I.Es Gym Slum 'gf-. 'I7. '38g Honor Roll 3 SI-Iximxurs LoI7IsI5 KIRK Gym Slum kb. '47, '-38. '30: Iuuinr lligli OrI'lIImIr.I '36, '37: Senior High 0rI'lIIwIrII 'IK 'RTL G. A. A. '56, '37, 'g8. 'gm f-lcu Club 'juz Honor Roll 4 SI-IIII-atvri BEATRICE KIRKPATRICK Gym Slmw '36, '3Q: Home lic. Clulw '37, '38, "gn: Cnmem Club '31, ROBERT KLINGBEIL Gym Slum' '36, '37. '38: Senior Clhnir '37, '38, 34,1 junior Play '38g Op- erenu '37: Biology Club '36g Sr. lligh Glcc Cluh '37, '38, '3Qg junior High Gluu Clulw '36 IQENNETII KLOK0 Gym Slum' '36, '57: Bllnrl Boumc 147. '38 FRANK KLUTE ."'!' F Biology Club '37: Gym Show 37: Seniur High Boys Glce Cluh '30, Leanlurs tilulw '38, '3Q: Oflicinls Clulw -30 IOSEPII KUOLS 'I'r.iml'vrrunl from Sr. ,Xilgguslilu-s. Kul:nn.xzr:o. Nlxchig.1n'36: Gym Shun' '37, '38, '3rg: Foothnll '37, '38s Visual lfiluwquifm Clulv '30 ESTER KRAICI Choir '3qg Glen Club '3r,: lunior Play '38: lllmmgrupliy Clnh '38g Gym Show '36. 'kim Pup Squad '38q Art Rcxiuw 'gm llonor Roll 7 Sumcslurs ALBERT KRASSOW IDONALD liRuEN1Nc i 'lhxmlurrccl from Wyruning lliigh 1 Grzxnnl llupulx, Michigan '37 KATHLEEN KUEBLI Gym Show '38: l,ilvrury Clulwg Lihrn- ri.1n Dwicsirr IQUHL Gym Show '36, '371 llnnal Bounce '36, '37, '3Pl: Bzuul '36, '37, '38: luniur Play '3X: Art RL-View '3q: ll.1ucl Fesliml '37. '38: Orclu-atm Fos- m.il 3,. 38 RAYINIOND KLRTTS Trzinsfcrrerl from lluwugiuc High School '3J,: Gym Show hill: lfpnncrn Club '37, '38: liiolugy '36, '37 IEANNE LANCASTER 191.-Q Club '3u: Gym Slww '30 lj0RO'I'HY MAE LANDECK 'l'r1insl'crrc4l from Visilguirmn Privxilc Suhrrol fur Girls. Chicago. Illinois: llrzunulics. '38, .3413 Gym SNOW ,38- '3qg All-School Plny 'gwc TSMUS Team '38: G, A, A. WX. 'jill PSD Squml '38: Typing Clulw '381 'lkmler Srzilf 313 lVl.'xR1.xN LAUKLS Gym Show '30, '37. -301 YTHIHFYH Clulw '3Q: Lcanlcrs Cilulu 'wg Tyllllll Cilulw '38: Biology Clulw '37: Honor Roll 6 Scinciwrs l'iVELYN IJAUDENSLAGEIL llfumr Roll 3 Scincslurs IXLFRED LENKE 'l'i'.Rk '3Y, '3l,: tiuxnurzi Clulw '36, '37. '38, 'gm Orrlxexlru HX: Gvm Show if-. 4, WILLIALI LILLIE C5111 Slum' '10 '37 WILLIXDEIXN LINN G. A. A, '16. '37, '38 WM: N1i1111r N 1 E 1 - 1 - . 38: 1Jz1I1c111g 1,111.1 11111 11-11 51111111 '38: Gym Slum' '36, '37. 'im l.I11f2H'5' 1111111 'im 'I'1'p111: ff11111'37.'3H: .Xcmf 11.1114 011111 '37: 11f11111r 141111 U111- 51' n1cx11-I EUGENE 1.oI.RI.1LTcsII 171101111111 '3f1. '37. '3H: 011111-311.1 'Aff- '37, '18 ROBERT L11vE '1'r.1111Iurr1'11 fr11111t'1'11'1',1I 111111, 81111111 BQI111. l1111.. 'XTL 15.11111 'KN 'wi 15-H111 11f,1,,,1.- 411. QW 11111111-11.1 38. 311: D1-,1111,11i1x H181 Y1s11.1l 1'11111.11l1111Kil1111 '30 x7ERDA 1.oW 6.11111 Slum' '3'1. '31,1 111111111' liull 0111- 9111111-X11-r ROBERT LUNDBERG Gym S111111' '36, '37 RQBERI' MACIIALLECK Orrl1us1r:1 '36. '37: 11111111 311. '37: CI1IIIcr.1 1711111 '36, '37. '3?1. '30, P1111- 1ogr1111l1y EG. 37: C51-111 S1111w 36. F71 G11-c 1111111 '56. F171 11.11111 11111111ce '16 '17 KENNETH NIALONE Blcznlmr 511111111 '17. 'gk U111u1.1's Clulv 'mg Gym Show 310. '371 Truck '36 '18 '41, P11 I'I. MALONE 1.1111 S11mv'36. '57, '38, '39, B1c.1cl1er 511111111 '37. '38 HAROLD M.AIiKS 1211111 Show '36. '37, '38, '39, F0111- 11.1l1 3,, 311. 11.1111 376, 39 ANN.fxIsELI.E M.1XIiLIN fi. ,M 11. '36, '37, '38, '30, Minor N '3X: 191111 Slmw '36, '37, '38, '30, 111111111 Play '3P1: S1-111111 1'1.1y '30, P911 S1111.111 33. 'mg '1'1-1111iw Tu.1n1 '38, 11111111r R11Il 4 S1'1111's11-rs 1J11x.1I.IJ M.XIiTIN '1'1.111sI'11r1'1-11 I'r11111 XX'.11l1111g1o11 1111111 S1l111111, 81111111 11111111 'ghl 1111o1ogr11pl1y 111111 '11, S111RI.E1' NICFXFEE 121111 Slum' '36. '37. '3'1: Dr.1m.1111's K'l11l1 '37 1.EI.11NI1 McAL'I.I111fE 121111 S!11,1w '3i. '36, 'gjg Ar1 Rcxiuw 'in LENNI11 MCCARTI11' CL. A. A. '36, '37, '38, '30, Gym Slmw '38, '39g 1i11i11i11g Clulm '36, S1-wing C11111 '3111 '1'ypi11g Club '39, ti'1111cr.1 Clulw '3Sg 11111111r R011 .1 Se- l11i'51U1'S 11ENRY NICCOIXIBS 51111 5110W '35, 'ATL P1101ogII1p11y CI1111 '35, '36, '37, LI:1111ur11 Club '35, 13171 '37 MARY MCKINNEY Trginsfcrrn-ll lmxn Iillwgiralsluirg 'jjz Gym Sliow '3-J THCJMAS MCYCJBTBEIK Bnskclbzlll 'gnc Lynn Shun '36, '37 HILDEGIXIRDE ME1'ER Iuniur I'l.Iy X82 liliuir '38. '3ug Glu' l Club 'jp lbuluuc 'jbz Typing Club '38: Honor llull Uno Svruuslcr RUSSELL NIEYERS Glen Club '38, 'gug Otiicinls Club '39, Biology Club '37g Gym Sliuw ,36 -3- I 1 GENEVIEVE MILLER Glu' Club '18, '30g Gym Show '36, '38, '39 HILDA MLDORE Library Club '38, '3-7: Iunior Play '38g Gyin Show '3i: Typing Club '37, Ilomir Roll 6 Sumcstcrs LOUISE MKJORE Transferred from Tulsa, Okliiliomn '38g Gym Sliow '39 WALTER MORRIS Foollixill '36, '37, '38g Glee Club '38, 'sos Gym Show '36, '37, '38, '39 BETTY M L'N'I'Z Typing Club 'I74.'3u1 Gym Show '36. FT. 'im I.ibr.Iry Club 'jbg l'cp SIyu.ul :S FRANCES NE.XL Hun Slum' '36, '31 '3qg Cggmrgfg lflub '34, SI'sANN,x NIc:IIuLsoN XXIII-IIII'mri.III1 Glue ClIIb '37. 1385 Gym Slum 'gm '37, 39? Umcing Vllll' fill. 'lui lluuur Roll 8 Semes- lurs DUIXNE NOBLE Tcnuis ET: Gull' '38. '39, Iunior I'l1Iy 'giz UtliIi.il5 Club '39 IUNE NORRIS Gym Slum' '36, 'gg '38, '3qg Dm. mzuius Club 'mz .Xll-School Play 'ing Tnulcr Srzuf 'gun Honor Roll 7 Sc- IHCSICFS HORTENSE CDAKLEY Hrzuor Roll Une Semesler PATRICIA CDWITUOLE S.IlIIr.nuri.uI: X.iz.IrcIh Acndeiny '36g Glen lllub 'q7: Honor Roll 7 Semes- mrs GLEN Nix E. PASSIG Typing: Club '38: Gym Show '36, EX. '3u: I.I-Iiclcrs Club '38, '3f1: Honor Roll 4 SI-Incucrs EVELYN PAYNE Honor Roll One Semester AXIARIORIE PAYNE Gym Show '36, ,3T, '38 LYLE PEACOCK Biisketbull '37. '33 .362 fil'-'U mul' '38. '30 MAUDE PERRINE Soulh llcnwi' High WG. '37 PCI' Squzul '38, Gym Show '38 RUTH MARIE PERRYMAN Three Oaks High School l37: Typ' ing Club '38, Gym Show '50, Honor Roll 6 Scmcsrers NEAL PETERSON Basketball '38, '3o: Iunior Play '38: Senior Play '3q, Plxmogruphy Club '38: Bleacher Squad '56: Tennis '3 - Officials Club '3q: Class Treasurer '3u: llonor Roll 1 Ss-inmtrrs OLIVE PETERSON Pup Squad '58: Gym Show '31, FRANK PETRUSKA Track '57, '38, '39, Cross Country 37, ,3S ROGER PIIISTER lACK PUGH llcluue '36, '37, '58, '39, Truck '55, '5o, Cross Country '37, Lilac Club '50 NIILDRED RATHBURN Glue Club '36, '37, '58, '30, Choir '58, '59, Gym Show '56, 37, '38, Op- ureuzi '57, 'Ilnllcr SIQIII '39, Honor Roll 8 Sumvslers FRANKLYN REUM Football '36, '37, '38, Gym Show '36. '57, '38, '39, Biology Club '37, '38, Hzuul '36, '37, '38. '39, Orclwstrzi '36, '57, '38, '3o, Bgmd Houncc '36, '37, .38 CIITHERYN REYNOLDS Gym Show '57, '38: Libmry Club '38. '3o, Honor Roll One Semester FIARRY RICE Gym Show '36, '37, ,385 TCIUUS '37, '38, '39, Football '38, Lenders Club '39, Biology Club '37, Czuuem Club 38 ToM S. RICE Choir '34, '3S: Glee Club '34, '33, Tzurler Sui? '39, Honor Roll 3 Se- lllUSlC'I'S RUBERTA RUNDBORG Gym Show '36, '58, ,3QQ Choir '37, '38, '39, Girls Glcc Club '37, '38, '39, Operettu '37 MARY SCI-IAEN Gym Show '3m,1 'Iliulvr Slillf '3u: llunur Roll 7 SL-iiiuu-rs 7 X'ERA SCHIXIIDT Tullpslmi High Sclmul, Guy '37: IR-.ulcrs Club '37: 'lfnnis Tulum '381 'gug Gym Show 'gun KTl.isx Vice Presi- slum '3cg1 llonur liull 6 Scmesrers ELEANOR SEINIRINEC Iuniur Play '38: lmaiclcrs Club F331 W gg. ,XA ,yi 36. 'gp Gnu Show '3 P.'xTR1c:1,x SHIDLER RUBERT SHIRRELL Iunior Class Pn-Niilunr: licclniimliun .471 Debate '37. 38. 'wc Ommry 'grig Iunior Play '33: All-School Plzxl' 'gllz Senior Play '3O: Gym Slww '35- '3" Boys Glee Club '33. '301 Choir 'quz llomvr Roll 7 Sumvwu-rs , , l0llN SHOOK Track '37, '38 RFBFCCN SHYFF X'liRA MfXE SIPE Cvm Show '36, '38, '3rp: Pop Squgul 38. '30 EVELYN SKALLA l.n-:ulcrx Club '38, Biology Prnivcls Club 'ETL lluimr Roll 3 Semeslcrs SHIRLEY lMOGENE SINIITH luniur Plan' '3ll: Sl-niur Pl.iy '3q: Ki, ,X. .X. '36, '37, '25, 'goz luuirxr fi'.isx Scum-11-ry EH: Choir '37, '38, 'lm Gir's fill-Q Club '37, '38, '3q: Scxtc-I '38, fm: Gym Sbmv '36, '37, '38, '3u: Hguicl lim1nce'37: Pau Squxul '27, llriiiiiitiu C'ulv '37: llziucing ClI'lv 'l7: Tzilllcr Srziff 'grin Oucrcllzi 'VL WT. 'gm llmmr Ro'l 3 Sclnuxlurs ANNA MM' SNYDER tl. A. .M 'KG '372 Lczirlcrs Club '38, '1'i: Gun Slmw '3ug llmim Roll Om' Snniuwlcr BEATRFCE SONNENLEITER Gvm Slmw '26, 'Sm Librzirx' Club 36. '47 'zfu FLORENCE SOSEBEE Gym Show '36, '37, '38, '3qg Pup Squnrl WR: G, A. .-X. '37, '38, 'gug Honor Roll 1 Surncslers IDALE STARKE Gym Sbrmw '36, '37, '35. 'xox Cboir '38, '3u: liuys Glue Club '37, '33, '3u: Open-11.1 'RTI Musical Fcslivgil 38, '3q: Typing Club '37: Blvgiclicr Squ.nl '38, 'mg Biology Club '37 RAE STARKE Fooibill Mgr. '37, '3S: Truck Mgr. '38, '3u: Gym Show '37: Biology Club '37: l'Immgrgipliy Club '38g luniur film- Club '36 BOB STEELE liziml '36, '37, '38, '3qg llzuul Boiliicv '36, '37, '38, '3q: Orchestra '36, '37, '38, '3q: C5-in Show '36, '37 CECIL STEWART Basketball '38, Track '36 WIXLTER TI IOINIAS Football '46, '37: Gym Show Ri. '36. '38. '3o: Oflicials Club '39, Siagcr craft Club '39 IEIIN rl'llOMPSON Clee Club '3o, Library Cilub '38, 'BU Mi'XX'IS X7ERNIER TraIIsl'crrI'll from Marshall High School '37, Gym Show '30: Pep Squad '38: Typing Club '38, Knil- Iing Club '37, Honor Roll 1 Semes- Icrs ARTHUR VIssER MARGARET WAGES Gym Show '36, '39, Girls Glue Club '37, 38. 30: Choir '3-is Twiliil Club '37 DICK WALENGA Fooiball '36, '37. '38, Baskclball '37, '38, '3o: Track '37, '38, luuior Play '38, Senior Play '3q: Gym Show '36. '38, '39, Proiccl Club '373 Visual Educaliou Club '393 Honor Roll 2 Semesters CTRACE WARBURTON Transferred from Lucy Flower High School, Chicago, Illinois '37: Glcc Club '37, '38, 'BQQ llrzunalics '38. '39, Iunior Play '38, AllfSchool Play '3Og Senior Play '39 IRIWA WEED Gym Show '46, '30, lunior Play '38, llr.un.Ilics '37. 38: Typing Club '37, ,38 BERNIQE WIELLER 'l'r.Iusl'urrcIl from New Carlisle High School '38: fiym Show '38, '30, Art llcvlcw '3?4. 'gm Typing Club '38 EVDEEN WVELLINGTON HERBERT WVHITE Frou Country '3I, B:LL WHITE lfooiball '36, '37, '38, Track '37, '38, 'wi lllnior Play '38, Gym Show '36, '3T. '38, '3u: Band '36, '37, Band llflllffe '36- '37, Projecis Club '37, lll'llA'l'3 '36- '37- '38, Visual Educa- uon Club '39, llonor Roll 5 Semes- II-rs DIJNNABELLE WIDEMAN Cll.XliLES WILKEN Michigan Cny lligh School '37 FRANCES WILLIS G. A. A. '36, '37, '38, '39, Gym Show '39, llonor Roll 4 Scmeslers IDALE WISE Gym Slum 'gin 0rLlIw1r.I 'Alu llluwr Roll Om' SI-IIILIII-I ERNEST WI'I'II,xIxI Claus Prus:IlI-III 'wg 'l'r.Iml'I-I'I'I'II lmm llwrgxce Nl.IIIII lligh Sulmwl. CQ.II5'. III- IlIIIn,I zh: l4fIIIIlwIIll jf: I-Im Alum' 'IPL 'zo IJORIS ELIz.IBETII XR7OLlf 'I'rIIns'errI-Il I'r4II11 Sl. Lmm .XL.IIlI-Iny ,375 Clmur '47, '58, 'juz Kiln- Lilulv '37, '33. 'jug luuiur Play RK: Op- fsrelta 'g7g 'l'ypiIIg Cluln 'qjz Ilmmr Roll 5 SI-IIII-su-rs MIXRILYN WVoIxIIxcK Gym Show 'VL HX: Glu' l'llIlv '30 '37. '3?l. 'gm I.ilwrIIry Clulu 'tgln 'jfz Honor Roll Om- SQIIII-slcr CLINTON WKIMBLE Gym Show 'kiln '37. '33, 'ju FRANK XVIJINIER XIRILII lIlIII-.IIIIIII 'zI,: 'IZIIIII-r mm Qin: KTf.INs Pm-l 'Am IIIIIIIII' Roll 3 SI-:III-Irurx CATIILRINL YOIINCZ Svulng Lulu 37. '58 'III H.XNX.XlI YOUNG Gym Slww 38. '3q: I'lmIngI'.IplIy '37 VIII c'lII1I 'gg In in IIII .IIII.II 1 T In '38 Honor Rull .I ScIIIL-slum D!JN.XLI1 ZIZXIIXIERINI.-KN CIIIII Slum '-36. 'Un l.I-.ulers CIII XIX- Vluu Vlulm 'guy ' ' 38. 411 . lilI-.II her SIIIIII Eight Years Ago , , - Q 5?- PETSRSGK 'ff GALLAGMK Wffn FELDEN WUNER WALENGA Aggggws , 2 A AA - 1 ., -:LI "-- an 55- 'ff 4 1 -'f D -'V ill-':Ei2::1.5?'.r':,::E'?:i"' '- E 'iff-' J H, .,.--' -1" 5 "': . , ' 5 ,' 2951? F' 055, A L ,. '.-., I " 5 ,- gfrgii "?'!1-YU'-2 w NS ,'-f 1 if '.., 1 'Q W TH ' '. xl W-ff 3 "" 1 f Q M A ' , 1 Q f:Ttff' ' l Q L W i nf """ ' W aw 1 ,ff lv.. ,:..F:l " "" A Y: A A sg ,Q ., ll g . "i f I K EM . ' V 5 1 , .1 ge' -H' V x ""' " 'il ,, ': 35, . K' A Q ,V A, ' " ' W 1 JJ, 6 fy lx L rerun V "f'Cf'01f50N , .. A ..x 5 , x 3 s ESF! l"' Fw xf' A 'Q 21 N. Q, ' IL W A-V H 4V Q UHDEHCLHSSMEH mm 0244 Gfficmfi IVIARION Husczms ,,,,, W ,,,, President CHARLES NAAS ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, T five P1'c51'denl GLORIA IQETTLEHIJT ,,,,,,.,,,, Secretary HARRY RICHARD H.KRPER ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, T Iufasurer Mu. iJ,XVIDSOXlS Abvisoux'-1213 Left to right, back row: Robert l-lollitlay, Wiilliam Flint, Garrett Coughlin, Ed Lork, Vfilliani livm- minger, Paul Miller, Carlton Fletcher, Clayton W'illiarns Fourth row: Robert Lillie, Robert Van Wagoner. Robert Petro. Leo Curtis, Tony Saralcre, Robert Schrumpf, Walter Quirk, William W'etniore, George Powrie Third row: Birdie Buchanan, Glen Van Vifagoner, Don Yonkers, Paul Marazita, Frederick Dick, George Barnes, Henry Molica, Leland Funk, Robert Critchett Second row: Ilelen Glisson, Adalove Bunch, Irene Beckman, jean Lomatch, Catherine Flint, Constance Nvagcr, Vivian Robertson, Ruth Valentine, Marjorie Cain Front row: Betty Hossff-ld, Shirley Rutter. Evelyn Lehr, Marjorie Daus, Wir. Chester Davidson. llc-len Krueger, Olive Niyers, Marilyn Gallagher, Vera Sanford Absentees: Bill Vibrvev, VV. Trunk u Nik. ciEBBYlS .'XDv1soRY-l l A Left to right. back row: Thomas Buheker, Dick Camp, Charles Adams, jack Boller, Orville Ashley, Jom Cisler, Rayford Crocker, Merle Cranson Third row: Donna Beehler, Richard Carey, Clarence Brown, Lee Clark, june Aldrich, Dorothy Arm- stxong, Wilma Chapman Second row: Margaret College, Doris Curtis. Beatrice Books, Louise Cullum, Evelyn Black, Dorothy Barnes, Marguerite Blank, Evelyn Carpenter Front row: Mildred Bishop, Ruth Benjamin, Alice Beehler, Mr, Russell Cebby, Marjorie Bruce, Gloria Cranson, Ruth Barron paw' fll'l'1l,.lf'llllll' , , vf. Nllss 'l'1lnx1sox's Anvxsmn'-ll.X Left to right, fourth row: joe Frucci, Clayton Evick, joe Douglass, George Gulbranson, George Feldon, Clayton Grinage, Warren Domer, Bob Dunn Third row: Gertrude Davis, joycelyn Fisher, jack Fries, john Frucci. Clayton Finch, Richard Grafe, Wallace Fuller Second row: Pauline Duis, Bretice Fay, Kathleen Griffith, Doris Grieger, Ella Dobrotka, Marcelyn Gollner, Kathryn Egmer Front row: Marjorie Fisher, Lenore Gulhrrvnson. Virginia Fisher, lVliss Thomson, Rachel Gillette, Ruth Gutschenritter, joyce Graham 4g L 9 - Miss SwAN's ADVISORY--lllx Left to right, back row: joseph Kennedy, Harold Koontz, Charles Keihn, Kenneth Kessler, Dale Kloko, Richard Harper, Earl Koontz, H, Richaid Harper Third row: William Herrick, Thomas Hatfield, Constance Kurtis, Xvinifred Harding, Bob Humphreys, Frederick Holler, Mildred Hoyt, Mary Harrold, Shirley Kubeck Second row: Lola Hahn, Caroline Humphrey, Violet johnson. Alice Knott, Marian Higgins, Doris Hamriclc. Betty Lou Hansen, Virginia He-ndershot Front row: june Heist, Helen llibnar, Lucille Heystek, Twila lliatt, Miss Swan, Norma llc-ss, jo Ann Kops, Eunice Holmes Absentee: Gloria Kettlehut luljfr lllirlllf MR. BIARICS ADVISORY-llr-X Left to right, back row: john Lipp, Richard Rudduck, William Love, Richard Rose, Charles Naas. Bill Nloneysmith, Lyman Ryor, George Miller, Michel Layman Third row: Donald Randall, Thomas Renkes, Bob Mansfield, Arthur Morris, Veto McKenzie, Charles McCarthy, Harry Parker, Kenneth McPhail Second row: Alice Lynch, Cwendolvn Owen, Faith O'Brien, Mary Ann Martin, Cornelius McNabb. Louise Platt, june Pinkerton, May Miswick, Bette Lynd Front row: Mary jane Meeker, jean Mercer. Dorothy Rogers, Louise Low, Mr. Marks, Donna Moon, Virginia Ridley, Betty McCombs, Eleanor Lewis Absentees: Frederick Leach, Kathleen Marlin, Pearl Morley, Phyllis Ramsby. Douglas Reum Miss T.XLHL'll'I'lS ADVISORY-11A Left to right, back row: Robert Young, XX'illis VVelsh, Elmer Sherman, Richard Sittler, Robert Singer. Harlan Vfingeart, Norman Yvedel. George Schrumpf, Victor Smith, Franklin Toney, Gordon Waite Third row: Charles VValker, Kenneth W'crncr, Burt Womack, jack Thornton, Tom Stoyle, junior Teske, Ted Steinbauer, Donovan Smith, Clarence Snyder, VVarren Sarley Second row: Benny Williams, Ernogene Wallace, Betty Lou Sfhrumof. llelen Welsh, LaVora Schiele. Evelyn Stevens, Barbara Tibbs. Shirlev Thaver, Barbara Ann Wetzel, Barbara Webster Front row: Dorothy Smith, Elizabeth Stevens, Betty Sellers, Virginia Webber, Betty Ann Vforvey. Miss l'lorence Talburt, jean Stratton, Charlotte Wise, Mildred Wucker, Donna Young Absentee: Mildred Vlfest puyfv' ,lllI'f.lf'fHlf' - A H Mn. lTll.XlJl"llil.lJi5 .-Xnvismn'-llll 1 Left in right. back row: Thomas Vetter. Efmund S'orms. Pobert Storms. Richard Adams, Donald Blank, Cecil Bowerman, Leroy Bright, james jaynes, Ralph Thomas, Lloyd Doxey Fourth row: Donald Smith. james Gallagher, Rohert Kalling, Robert Ramsby, Fred Leidy, VVill:zrd Huss, Wlarren VVienkie, Thomas Hance, jack Yassilakis, john Lys Third row: Norma llolliday, Edith Asthmus, Velma Zimmerman, Mary Albright, Betty jane Lewis, David Thornton, lflovd Dumas, llarry Bailey, Donald Starke, Donald lfunk Second row: Louise Vlfickler, .lean Bannister, Dorothy ,-Xlbright, Gloria Evans, Betty Yelope, Lazetta Wadel, lVlarv Ellis jackson, Rosemary Page-ls, Ruth Middleton Front row: Beverlev Cook, Lillian Dudas, Muriel llansen, Betty Carnes, lVlr. Harold lirarllield, Eve- lyn Myers, VQ'ilma Clark, Fentalene llypsleier. jane Paddock Absentees: Baxter Edwards. Laura Citchell, Betty lohnson, Ralph Thompson - - .. .-. m il' Mu. l.1zuM.xN's ADVISORY-10A Left to righl, back row: Vlflilliam Bergenhagen, Richard Dibble, Sheldon Arnst, Williixiii Callahan, Arthur Deutscher, Thomas Berry, Thomas Ausmus, Clay Cochrane, joseph Barron Fourth row: Cleland Amon, Arthur Bishop, Alfred Drolet, james Cartwright, Robert Cain, Edwin Curtis, Albert Barkman, Donald Curtis Third row: Edwin Donahue, jack Cogswell, Eugene Bartley, Owen Demuth, Robert Duncan, Vlfallace Bartholomew, Bernard Carpenter, Clara Bender, Betty Louise Coffman Second row: Angela Coughlin, Alta Marie Dittrnar, Lonnie jean Boller, Loraine Davis, Eleanor Dean, Hazel Brewer, Yvonne Adams, Ethel Britton. Jane Burge Front row: Shirley Collins, Phyllis Crawford, jean Christian, Thelma Cameron, Nlr. Ralph Lehman, Susie Aldrich, Barbara Bauman, Selma Douglas, Eleanor Boersmii Absentee: james Cochran payr lllirlllf-lfrfl NIR. PAYA EWS .ADVISORY-l015x Left to right, hack row: Marcus Hessy, john Hatfield, Harold Hipshear, Elmer Easton, Clayton Hill, Alvin Greer. Harold Gray, Robert Firnstahl Third row: Richard Fender, joe Graham, Richard Glossenger, Melvin Hurlbutt, Victor Gutschen- ritter. james Frame, joe Frucci Second row: Emma jean Grieger, Estelle Forgash, Marianne Grathwohl, Georgia Hartsock, Elizabeth Ellwood, Frances Foster, Anna Mae Hancock Front row: Arline Hamrick, Mary Fisher, Dorothy jane Hasslinger, Mr, Russell Payne, Phyllis Han- non, Ella Ann Hradel, Eileen Fisk Miss WENDLINGXS bXDVISORY110tX Left to right, back row: Frank Molica, Pierre Layman, Robert Luke, Charles johnson, David Kaser, Robert Morris, james juday, Earl Martin, Donald Malone Third row: Bob Mann, john Loos, Kenneth Mathews, Charles McCrory, Donald Kennedy, Evcrette jasper, joseph Lowe, Guy Kizer, Ernest Marazita, Richard Merrell Second row: Mary Koontz, Helen Muller, Carolyn Morehouse, Margaret Morford, Leona Leonard, jayne Lander, Nadine Marlow, Coralie Meldrim, Mervin Morros, jack McConnell Front row: jeanne Miller, Ruth Klopfenstein, Dorothy Kist, Mildred Miller, Miss Dorothy Wendling, Fanny Molica, Betty McQuaid, Pat Makepeaee, jean Knox, Gertrude Leach Absentees: Delphine Lenke, j. johnson pfzyf' fII'f7'fjfAfIlI'f'6 Miss O,BRIEN,S ADVISIIIKX'-10A Eaftlto iggtxt, baclxwrolivz ClSirdPalmer, Roy Peters, james Rosencrans, Albert Neuman, jack Purdy, ggxiiiijiowi ejvjirriv Oriiasiicirvivii Rose, Edwin Radewald, Edward Petruska, Loretta Ramsby, Marcia 3255311 ii?g:lQnMinnie Robbins, Patricia Peters, Marjorie Robbins, Peggy Ann Page, Eulalia O'Too1e. lgligfnseruwz Edna Rathburn, Loreta Neal, Miss Eileen O'Brien, Betty Ridinger, Eileen Rosen, Betty Miss LAWRENL: ek IXDVISORY--1 UA Left to right, back row: Earl Wood, Paul Zielinski, Theodore Warner, Duane Vernier, joseph Woods, ,lack Wetzel. Raymond C, Smith, Raymond B. Smith, Loy Skinner Third row: Jerome Young, Everett Syson, Bill Vanderbeek, Bob Tennyson, Robert Woodruff, jimmy Warner, Lorun Young, Merrill Walker Second row: Emma jean Schrader, Adelaide Thompson, Pauline Weaver, Elizabeth Sl-copes, Marjory Searfoss, joan Taylor, june Young, Harold Walters. Francis Wetmore Front row: Margaret True, Lois Walker, Margaret Vandenburg, Helen Young, Miss Marian Lawrence, Eleanor Sallack, Marian Young, Marilyn Schrumpf, Charlotte Walker Absentees: Evelyn Stiles, Bill Taylor prlyr' ll.irfjf-fmfr 'hh .nay Mk. FR1crxrxuD's Anvisoux'-l0B Left to right, back row: Donald Klowetter, Billy Holmes, William Cody, Bill Coonrod, Bob Jurgensen, James Dittmar, Charles Krueger, Richard Krassow. Richard Hemminger Third row: Angeline Bryant, Marvin Hedstrom, Albert Hayworth, Arthur Anderson, James Barkman, George Hoffman, Charles Crandall, Eugene Brockway Second row: Dorothy Hamilton, Bernice Bruce, limma Cole, Margaret Barron, Betty Ann Hartman, Joan Bachman, Lila Mae Holmes, Pearl Krueger, Margaret Bates Front row: Calelah Johnson, Jeanette Crandall, Mildred Hughes, Francis Frucci, Mr. Ollie Frigaard, Martha Sue Cullum, Mary Coughlin, Jean Kromer, Beulah Kloko Blk. hVHITXV.XIXi.S Anvlxolu'-fl Oli Left to right, back row: Richard VUarburton, Tom Saratore, Fred Price, Richard Petro, Bill Messner, Thomas Parsons, Walter Naas, Clayton Long, Jack Rayburn, James Rayburn Fourth row: Bob Riley, Robert Whitney, Charles Parker, Wyatt Martin, Jerold Wingeart, Robert Zabel, Thomas Traviclc, Jack Zeicler, Lawrence Stoops, Jimmie Luth Third row: Don Tennyson, Bud Stock. Robert Warren. Charles Vifaldron. W'illif1m Zimmerman, Bur- ton Xvoliinger, Alberta Marks, Mae Dean Van Cilder, Ruth Zerr. Jeanette Schaber Second row: Marjorie Larson, Antoinette Rariewald, Vivian Sonnenleiter, Lois Mansfield, Donna Val- entine, Marguerite Shepard, Lucille Rogers, Pauline Vifilliams, Lois Williams, Katherine Loose Front row: Charlyne Thompson, Jean Peters, Margaret Martin, Camilla Love, Mr. Joseph Whitwam, Patricia Nvhiteside, Joyce Powers, Arvis Jane Vliilken, Jeanne Snook Ilflffl' fl11'f'tj1-firr Mu. BLE'muN's ,ADVISORY-gist Left to right, back row: Lloyd Blank, Akel Colcord, Lewis Bonner, Charles Ames, Thermon Crouch, joseph Charles, Bud Babcock, Keith Beall, George Crandall, Howard Armstrong Fourth row: Basil Andress, Monte Bauer, joseph Carpenter, Dale Binns, Billy Burrows, Robert Cain. Edgar Coquillard, Eugene Anstiss, Earl Beichman, Donald Books Third row: Dale Cochrane, john Beehler, Marjorie Cross, Marjorie Beedle, Kathleen Boonstra, Bernice Bowerman, june Bodine, Agnes Brothers, Thelma Calahan Second row: Pat Arnold, Elizabeth Balog, Nancy Canady, Genevieve Bradford, Margaret Curtis, Phyllis Carlton, Dorothy Beck, jane Albright, Lena Crawford Front row: Grace Cox, Betty Cole, Martha Card, Barbara Cooper, Mr. Carroll Blethen, Mildred Berry, Helen Burton, Francis Brooks, Phyllis Burton Absentee: Leo Boller Miss CltOXX7LEX'lS ADvisoRY-9A Left to right, back row: David Flotow, Walter Goodline, Gemroe Fletcher, Raymond Duis, Orville Fuller, joel Gillette, Russell Day, Bill Funk Third row: Daniel Graham, Ralph Ganger, jim Gulbranson, William Gillispie, james Giver. Ed French, Carl Fisher Second row: Ramona Green. Shirley Driebelbis, Anna Frucci, Virginia Eckert, lrene Frees, Shirley Evick, Stuart Dean Front row: Rosemary Eden, Margaret Grinage, Virginia Davis, Nliss Cornelia Crowley, jean Fisher, Dorothy De Muth, Elaine Dickey Absentee: john Ficleli puyfv llfirlgf-.wi.1c fem.-1 -A NIR. lylookfs Anvlsoux'-9A Left to right, back row: Lewis jedries, Martin Klute, Ray Halstead, Dale Hoyt, joe Lewis, Richard High, Dean Kennedy, Howard Killarney, Leland Hamilton, George Hochgesang Fourth row: Carney Long, Bill johnson, Thomas Kennedy, Clayton Heystek. Gordon jackson, August Littrell, William Lindsley, Ralph Hatfield, john Humphrey Third row: Betty Heady, Gloria Luckey, john Knoll, Kenneth Kocher, R. J. Heystek, james Kurtis, Charles Hunter, Bill Kell, Elias Koontz, Paul Harris Second row: Barbara Kaser, Marjorie Lucker, Emogene llamilton, Joyce Harper, Barbara Langston, Donna johnson, Betty Hamilton, Barbara Ann Kane, janice Hill Front row: Virginia liurrle, Marcia Herrick, Marjorie liossfeld, Elaine Hansen, Mr. Clarence Moore, Mary joan Henderson, Pauline llarrell, Mildred jackson, Dorothy johnson Absentees: jean Leonard, Calvin Low, Madeline Johnston, Happy llipshire Nik. RU'I'll,S Aovlsom'-9A Lefi to right, back row: Vern Norris, Lewis Messner, joe Quirlc, Andrew McCormick, Leslie Robbins, Robert Pfeil, Harold Morris, George McPhail, Fay Rose, Dick Prenkert Third row: Dean Reid, Richard Pelkey, james Miller, Bill Muntz, june Phillips, Carol Peterson, Mar- shall McNabb, Dave Merrell, Edward Pollock, john Mack Second row: Virginia McPhail, Charlene Myers, Wilma Ritchie, Corrine Nielson, Dorothy Neese, De- loris Rook, june Miller, Vera Randall, Virginia Plummer, Myrtle Morford Front row: Phyllis Martin, Rachel Painter, Elma Ree Minnis, Barbara McCombs, Mr, Clarence Roth, Nancy Middleton, Norma Rozell, Marjory McQuaid, Eileen O'Brien puyf' flLi1'l4lf-.w'l'1'n Miss Roc KXVELIJS Anvxsokr-9A Left to right, back row: Robert Saathoff, LaVerne Williams, Richard Wilson, Leonard Weaver, Bill Steiner, Roy Searfoss, Wolford Smith, Earl Shepard, Robert Yaw Fourth row: Robert Warburton, jack Sheeler, Frederick Singer, Wallace Weist, Donald Warrell, Alfred Thomas, ,lack Sayler, Bill Silkworth, Robert Schiele Third row: Ruth Thompson, Luella Sherer, Phyllis Zimmerman, Lillian Webber, Genevieve Zientowski, Zelda Smith, Amy jean Thomas. Dorothy Vott Second row: Claudine Stover, Anne Saratore, jean Skalla, Shirley Shirk, Virginia Sarley, Evelyn Schaber, Mildred Weller, Marian Wauhop, Marcella Smith Front row: Marilyn Webster, Betty Simon, Eleanor Vandenburg, Clara Williams, Miss Ruth Rockwell, Martha Mae Zechlin, Ruth Ann Schadler, Clara Stewart, Jacqueline Utter Absentees: Betty Sudlow, Margaret Young ' eff MR. WA1uu3N's ADVISORY-915 Left to right, back row: joe Lagoni, Roland Fritz, Dillard Crocker, Alfred Molica, Kenneth Cogswell, Paul Taggett, Dick Moneysmith, Robert Yonkers, Kermit Adams, Robert Warner, Max Sanford Fifth row: Edward Beckman, Richard Duis. Roy Sosebee, Dean Gano. jack Perham, Ross Graham, Eldon Blackburn, Norman van lderstine, Leland Vetterly, jack Ruttschowe Fourth raw: Glenyce Marlow, Betty Faye, Dorothy Bolinger, Dorothy Helen Dick, julian Forgash, Natalie Kline, Catherine Martin, Billy Kasler, David Cole, Robert McConnell Third row: Emile Cole, Peggy Moss, Alice Stone, jacquelyn Blackmond, joan Steigely, Gwendolyn Hemphill, Alice Lundberg, Marsala Palmer, Virginia Rogers, Grace Behm. Eva Leak Second row: Maxine Dickenson. Barbara Hibbard, Evelyn Montgomery, Bessie Fay, Alice Dumas, Geraldine Mann, Harriet Lloyd, Betty Linn, Alpha Domer, Peggy Robinson Front row: Marian Nieb, Betty Schanbacker. Mary Hamilton. Donna Mae Smith, Rose Mary Cox, Mr. Richard Warren, Maxine Coughlin, Donna jones, Lornabelle Hibnar, Gloria Cox Absentees: l. Koziatek, Richard Peacock, Barbara Thompson, Norma Weaver, Juanita Rupley pngf' tllirly-eiyllt MR. BAL.-XS' .ADX'ISORX'18A Left to right, back row: Carl Dittmar, Archie Cribbs, Ralph Dittmar, Frank Davis, jack Davis, Billy Dick, Raymond Bowden, Billy Cribbs, Stanley Brumfield Third row: Arthur Burger, Herbert Cole, Basil Barnes, Bill Albright, Billy Bremer, Paul Asmus, Christopher Durand, Verlin Domer, jimmy Aldrich Second row: Gladys Deutscher, Wilburta Carpenter, Mary Eckler, Lucille Dickeson, Eva Cheney, Shirley Coffman, Peggy Exner, Peggy Downey Front row: Goldie Carpenter, Ethel Brewer, Patricia Bonfoey, ,Ioan Curtis, Mr. George Balas, Bev- erley Belding, Virginia Barnes, Lyla Clark, Peggy Corcoran Absentee: Don Carpenter Miss BEATTXJS Anvlsonx'-SA Left in right, back row: joe lioisington, Edward Gammill, Wayne Frantz, Roy Frucci, Robert Hali- fax, Billy Kessler, Tony Frucci Third row: Robert Harker, Cli5ord Holter, Henrietta Hanes, Inga Brett Johanson, Patricia Kelley, Lornamae jameson, Pansy Hipshier Second row: Neva Herrick, Anita johnson, Wilma Holliday, Marian Finley, Billie Grafford, Daniel Grafford, Barbara liable, Mary Ann Hance, Doris Harrington Front rnw: Wade Freel, Frank Frucci, Bob lless, Bill Gallagher, Miss Mildred Beatty, Hazel Hanna, Floria Fox, Arline Kizer, Alice Knapp Absentees: B. Hargreaves, j. Kompass pnyf' flbiffllf-lllllll' 'mf' Nllss P1i1Rc:E's ADVISORY-SA Left to right, back row: Robert Morehouse, Charles Prince, Bill Liebetrau, Everett Queen, james McCrory, Everett McLaughlin, George Nicholson, Peter Potokar Third row: Thomas Lueders, Robert Moyer, Leonard Lehr, Donald LaPointe, Edward Pagels, Harold Leach, james McMenamin, Edward Powell Second row: Lina McBride, lrma jean Otteson, Rosella Meyer, Betty Quick, Beatrice Pollock, Ruth Martin, Martha Miller Front row: Betty jane Leiler, Elizabeth Miltenberger, Joyce Martin, Miss Pauline Peirce, Ferol Ma- lone, Georgia Morford, Beverly Morse, Betty Mann Absentees: Ralph Lloyd, Paula Martin, Margaret Overmyer, Horace Pfister, Paul Potokar Mu. SlXIITll,S Anvisoin'-HSA Left to right, back row: Robert Young, Earl Waldron, Loren Riddle, Lloyd Ramsby, Dick Smith, Robert Stowe, Leonard Vanderhoff, Robert Regenos, Donald Vetter Third row: Shirley Statler, Alberta Van Dusen, Mary Thorp, Betty Jeane Williams, Shirley Zielinski, Evelyn Vogelsang, Beatrice Singer, Vernon Witham Second Row: Betty Storm, Verda Ramsby, Betty Zeider, Betty Reum, Helen Young, Betty jane Wil- liams, Mildred Raybuck, Wanda Lee Woods Front row: Elaine Smith, Margaret Sittler, Paul Wood, Mr. W:ijfne Smith, Patricia Welli:.gham, Lois Roolfts, jane Zabel Absentee: Loren Riddle prlyr fm'f'l! Miss LiI,liVEkING,S ADVISORY -SB Left tu right, back row: john Graham, Leroy Fowler, Harold Finley, Kenneth Albin, john Dickinson, john Laberteaux, Donald Goodline, Wallace Bowerman, Bennett Hill Fourth row: ,lack Byrne, Paul Bixby, Donald Adams, Paul Asmus, Ted llinkle, Robert llemmiger, Frank Long, Calvin Bonner, Vondell Goldammer Third row: Goldie Dumas. Harry Cole, Tommy Humphreys, Donald Hartline, Archie Barkman, Duane Fisher, Donald Burge, Dick Borsos, jordan Gault Second row: Velma Crouch, Patricia Haviland, Annabelle Hansen, Donna Goodling, Frances Frucci, Betty jane Daus, Muriel Gorton. Barbara Chester Front row: Vivian Bullen, Theda Mae Green, Betty Dixon, Fayetta Grahl, Miss Berylle Clevering, Shirley' Fredicks, ,loan jenkins, Lois jean Hahn Absentee: Bill Beadle Miss fil20RGElS ADVISIJRX'-SB Left to right, back row: Glen Matthews, Ted Peterson, jack Priest, Stanley Van Gilder, john Syson, Leland Young, jerry Smith, George Natusko, Edwin Ridinger, Marvin Ruetz Third row: Kenneth Tibbs, jack Powrie, Roger Peterson, Grover Smith, Ben Molica, Robert Stein- bauer, john Riddle, Robert Ristau, Robert Vining Serond row: Leon Smith, Evelyn Morros, Amanda Righter, Mary Alice Radka, Norma Nickols, june Riley, Bernice Pollock, Florence Skinner Front row: ,lulane Waite, Drusilla Wiedenbeck, janyce Smith, Charnley Schnoor, Miss Mildred George. Ramell McNeal, Imogene Travick, Dorothy Welsher Absentees: George Reysley, D. Van Dyke Illlflf' ffwlllf-0710 Miss GETZ,S ADVISORX'-7A Left to right, back row: Charles Brown, Robert Etzcorn, john Demos, Randall Couchman, Robert Farrell, john Frucci, Robert Adams, james Anderson Fourth row: Calvin Cross, Frederick Bailey, William DePoy, Bob Cutler, Donald Arnold, LaVerne Blank, Sherman Frizzell Third row: Barbara Brockway, Bonnie Brunk, Ellen jane Funk, Eleanor Dickey, Virginia French, Norma Jean Eberhard, Delores Elledge, Mildred Clark, Ruth Albright Second row: Betty Blanchard, Anna Frucci, Bernice Albin, Norma jean Albright, june Dumond, Ei- leen Barnhart, Audrey Arrington, Mamie Sue Causey Front row: Marion Eckert, Cynthia Forgash, Margaret Forbes, Mary Davis, Miss Marie Getz, Dar- win Elledge, Keith Arbuckle, Richard Carnes, Edith Brewster Absentees: Donna Curtis, Margaret Donahue, Robert Astley Miss HEATPI,S ADVISORY-7A Left to right, back row: Charles Holmes, Wesley Kloko, Theron Hessey, Wallace Hipshear, Paul Gerold, Donald Harrold, Donald Gilbert, Bob Herrick Third row: Robert Gish, Bill Kater, Bob Hancock, Alvin Kizer, Walter jamerson, Clayton Hemphill, john johnson, Phil Hadsell, Billy Gillispie Second row: Billy Hassinger, Clarence Goodman, Betty Knapp, Beatrice Klute, jean johnson, Peggy Harper, Martha Holy, Lorraine Gray, Patty Kell Front row: Dorlene jones, Shirley Goodling, Barbara Harrell, Marian Hawken, Miss Stella Heath, David Griffee, Mary jane Kramer, Della Koontz, Irma Jean Hartman Absentees: Florence Henry, jimmy Hiatt page forty-turn Miss PliLLETT,S Auvlsom'-7A Left to right, back row: Omer Oaks, Cloyse Nelson, Charles Ramsby, Howard Rupe, jack Parker. Kenton Peebles, Richard Riffel, Dickson Rutter, Billy Rossow, Robert Ricks Third row: Vernon Martin, john Porsoska, Robert Payne, Stanley Mitchell, john Mander, Bruce Miner, james Martin, Donald Priest, LeRoy Peterson Second row: Nora Makepeace, Patty jo Lake, Mary Lee Marlin, jean Mclntyre, Shirley Reidenbach, joy Peters, Dorothy Nafe, Hildreth Root, William Payne Front row: Betty Lundberg, Margaret Loose, janet Pollock, Ruby Randall, Miss june Pellett, Treva Ort, Louise Orrick, Marv Molica, Susann Makowski Miss Poorfs ADVISCJIKX'-7A Left to right, back row: Niles Stewart, Tom Stratton, Donald Zordell, Robert Walters, Chrissie Schra- der, Bruce Schaber, james Tickfer, james Thayer Third row: Bennie Wolhnger, Dale Witham, joe White, Helen Showerman, Katherine Wogoman. Keith Walter, jommy Steiner, Williani Thomas Second row: Bobby Storm, Bernice Young, Genevieve Wickler, Patty Zielinski, Betty jean Syson, joyce Wingeart, Katharine Steigely. Winifred Wood, Mildred Sonnenleiter Front row: Eunice Yazel, joan Walker, Lorene Smith, Doris Zechlin, Miss Eleanor Poor, Leona Young, Anna Willard, Rosalie Tibbles Absentee: jack Worrell Ilflgfi fm'!lf-flrrvr' Mus. liLlJPFENS'I'liIN,S ADv1smn'+7B Left to right, back row: Robert Hamilton, Laverne llelt, Percy Bosler, Ward Deutscher, Leroy jacob- son. Richard Deibler, Richard Leidy, Edward Behm, Ted Donaldson Third row: Norvan Books, Roy Hamrick, Raymond Knauff, Richard llenderson, John Crocker, George Fedore. Webster Finch, Richard llorvath, junior Calder, Benny Abbott, Robert Graham Second row: Barbara Hand, Flora Crawford, Bertha Bruce, Adeline Leach, Bob llibbard, Richard Gul- branson. Herman Baunack, Kenton Fisher Front row: Thelma Goodman, janet Erickson. Betsy llipshier, Betty lland, Mrs. Pauline Klopfenstcin, Mary Krell, Marilyn French, Ruth Anderson, Verna Mae Butts , 'Ji 'Wir Miss xVALTER.S .xDX'l5ORY'-7li Lefi to right. back row: Walter VVilson, Lyle Utter, Robert Statler, George Yaw, Marvin Runyan, james Nieb, Clare Webber, Raymond Meyers Second row: Tommy Medders, Paul Peterson, Bob Milner, Tommy Prater, Mae Dean Rood, Samuel Pullano, Edwin Starke, Richard Strauss Front row: Zeta Zerr, jean Weidenbeck, jane Schielf-, Mae Miller, Miss Vivian Walters, Gertrude Moyer, Phyllis Webber, Virginia Marazita Absentee: Donna Palmer pflyf' fllffilf-filllll' HTHLETIUS 4 F OOTBALL Au: -21-"5.: 7E"9f" .5 Ld U' Jn 5 3 Fc - 9. - fbi-'L' mm g',:2 wx ,vo ,-,, 'AHL'-.: Si -1: w -,g ESE? .11 ll! .-4 02422 Ee 2202 gm 2 If I 553 .205 WEE., Eg: :Eg ,,. 24 L5 E115 dl mi If ECHL: !L1.Ex- CI. .Em ,235 A5221 Jw craig. 5 .rv if -E wU ,fu in E 'Uv .245 L.-ugh: Dm C5-CE U if-U3 ,, -Q-EE 'gi outta: of G2 ,E MAN .EEZ DLE 4, . .gg Ez: g wig ,E EO ,H E5 m0'53 mai L...-I MQ Ig 5'LC3:v -ML I5 jar? .,N" ... gsiwifi s-gi'n:Q3, -:J 'UECQQ 1:-5559 ': .C ""'L,. m031- Pmlgomgg maui: G3 311 '13 5 fo E C ,Q , ww gm 3 Ist E' .c Dwi v 'SQ x4va 44 mg 303 .5 ,ga F-054 B E. F-E.: -2-E .SEE 5 Ut C 5 x- cu ga, fn -.55 E E2 ein! 3-SMT.: fm- -Q'-ILS :uni -55' Haiw :HSE- 'A2-S emi? U'Cll GJ... mn as E O5-Du .HW-Um ,GE 351321 ME-D .Dwi me QOL-E V1 W2 maid 1251, 2-Eg -22-ug ,4 -.. -GOES Deijw TJ 'Q 'ctr 2 EEL 332, c1JOm U-by MEN gals .,-L4 '-CQ' ggi 5515 CHU cu E7 '76 Ecco' ,::n.- E' U SWIM -cfs: as E Mg-2 SES 2326 JI-3" Q O0 ..: f' '-'CQ """o DSP? U 'ful ggi? 2232355 tfblw ..::" fU.iE2E'5L5'Z,: Jmhgmgzw gh can mu-'E fan . Cl . S vvetmo ff' If ciyv ne 460-MGH Sdwdule Date Place Niles Opponent Opp. Pts. Sept. 24 Away 0 Michigan City 20 Sept. 30 Home 0 Riley 25 Oct. 7 Away 0 Benton Harbor 22 Oct. 14 Home 7 Buchanan 7 Oct. 19 Away 6 St. Ioseph 26 Oct. 28 Home 7 Dowagiac 13 Nov. 4 Home 0 South Haven 0 Nov. 11 Away 0 Three Rivers 39 aa 4m szwaa., Teams Won Lost Tied Pct. Three Rivers 3 0 0 1.000 South Haven 1 1 1 .500 Dowagiac 1 2 0 .335 Niles 0 2 1 .000 The 4'Big Four" was originally the "Big Five" but last year St. Ioe dropped out. Kalamazoo State High was admitted, but they do not count in the standings until 1940, so next year the "Big Five" will be in full swing again. 'Me Gaulle!! 'kan The football team had an unsuccessful season as far as games won were con- cerned but not as far as team spirit was concerned. This year's team was hard work- ing and willing, but lost some hard-fought games just on breaks. Six out of the starting team along with some good reserves will be back next year, so we should have a good team, as they have been on the team for the last two years. Twenty-two boys earned letters this year. They are as follows: Ioe Kools, Dick VValenga, Fred Amon, Gilbert Fenters, James Frucci, Franklin Reum, Iames Friz- zell, Bill White, Bill Fritz, Walt Morris, lack Ham, Bill Wetmore, Harold Marks, Harry Rice, Paul Miller, Paul Marazita, Victor Smith, Warren Domer, Harlan Win- geart, Lee Clark, Richard Carey, and Leo Curtis. A manager's letter went to Rae Starke and a medal to Iunior Teske. page forty-seven Qaeda!! fbaia Sept. 24, 1938-Niles traveled to Michigan City where they lost a heart-breaker 20-0. The score doesn't indicate the game. Our lack of knowing the rules was appar- ent in this game. Sept. 30, 1938-Niles was host to Riley of South Bend. Riley beat us 25-0. They just had too much power for Niles to cope with. Oct. 7, 1938-Benton Harbor was host to us but beat us 22-0. In this game VVaienga hurt his shoulder. Niles put up a good iight, but their defensive stand wasn't enough. Oct. 14, 1938-Buchanan was Niles' guest. The score was a 7-7 tie. joe Kools made over a hundred yards from scrimmage in this game. All the scoring was done on passes from Kools to Fritz. Oct. 19, 1938-Niles played on the St. joseph field with St. joe winning, 26-6. Our boys showed up well, but didn't have the scoring punch. Before the game six- man football was demonstrated. Oct. 28, 1938-Dowagiac beat us on our own gridiron 13-7. Niles just lost the game on breaks as they looked good in all departments. Dowagiac got the jones trophy because of this. Nov. 4, 1938-Niles played a scoreless tie with South Haven on our own field. The teams were just about even. Nov. 11, 1938-Niles played their annual Armistice game at Three Rivers, losing 39-0. This was the last game for sixteen seniors on our squad. lllwpm Name Position Year Name Position Year Walter Morris Guard Senior Franklin Reum Fullback Senior icaptaini james Frucci Tackle Senior Joe KOOIS Qjback Senior Harry Rice Tackle Senior Bill Fritz End Senior james Frizzell Tackle Senior Jack Ham Center Senior Gilbert Fenters End Senior Dick Walenga Halfback Senior F d A Q,ba k Senior Bill White End senior fe mon C , Harold Marks Halfback Senior Blu Wetmore Halfback Senior Leo Curtis Halfback junior Lee Clark End Iumor Paul Marazita Fullback junior Harlan Wingeaff Center luniol' Warren Domer Tackle junior Paul Miller Tackle junior page forty-eight f I I I I II FREsH IXIAN FOOTBALL Left to right, back row: W'illiam Messner, Bill Funk, Bob Zabel, l..aVerne XVi1liams, Dick Prenkert, George lVIcPhail, Dan Graham Second row: Assistant Coach Smith, Edward Coquillard, Charles Krueger, Charles Ames, Bud Bab- cock, Jerold Wingeart, john Knoll, Art Anderson, Coach Harold Bradfield Front row: Earl Bachman, Russell Day, joe Quirk. George Hochgesang. Bob jurgensen, Clayton Long. Wyatt Martin 7fne 7eam The Freshman Football Team does not play out-of-town teams as the second and first teams do, but they deserve just as much credit. The team begins practicing iust a week or two after school starts. Although the Hrst team has been out for about two Weeks, you can see that they practice nearly as long as the varsity. Even though you don't hear much of the squad they are an important cog in our football set-up, as they scrimmage with the second team and the first team, so that they and the other teams might become proficient enough to be a good team. These boys, who will make up our football team in 1941 and 1942, receive no reward for their labor but they get the greatly needed experience and a credit of 100 points for their color groups. Both they and their coaches, Mr. Bradfield and Mr. Smith, deserve a lot of praise for their work, so when you see the stars of our 1942 team, just remember they got to be stars by their hard work on this, the 1938 Freshman Football Team. page forfyenine :ar A9 A Q ' I sz SF iw ,. L f 5 .Ni N ,nf-jf' A A .ig XA n .W N 1.:' K 4 ' -M' , W , ' ' 5 K My ff' rdf P-N-fy if ' xg w, ' A it ff W MWA as gf if ' I5'ff'y"v bk y . 3 vw -. X Hff?8fR7!U?6'fi3!7 ,Q cfm' f2'z00f7 I Slvffizff fwwzron sk ,pfnf mm 'QM 3724215 'Y - h --', Ah ,,,., . 3 -"A- vll. . M in . A W gm "-' K A x ..1. ,I sg - Z5-. -f - A, ,.,., ' A 1 -W b2- ' f 21' WALT NUAAIS " if ---- ' A ,LJ N .... ,. Q .. "' . , ' L 2? an wfffff A lqll E Q 54.4 mffz ., , J7f7 fnwcf fe ' . fx ' P K Q Jwffzfzifu fwuw NWYQM7 id 3 5 Q. gi i xx we .. K , MARRY AUC! ,wfwea czefefr S ' fmfvfx RKUN' gi Jar' was " ""'ofcff nm K ,S A, :-- , M GA V K ffw ,won , .,.' , A 5' ...' I i k A' , 'E - 55 Gwfff fmrfwzs w e ,., - ., ,.,., 1 ,.1 1 .ffxcx ffm G' . ' . VMAUIY 00!7f7? FALL v 'Q ff!W0l0 NARKJ s" sl' fl' Us Q ? 1 5' 5 2 , .5 2' :ff --'-- . i A k xl 5 Q ,Q S, i f 6711 MLW' P10125 BASKETBALL Left to right, back row: Louis Anderson, Charles Peterson, Fred Leidy, Rayford Crocker, Robert Storms, Edward Storms, Charles Naas, Leland Funk X Second row: Harold Bradfield, Robert Tennyson, Warren Domer. Harlan Wingeart, james Cochran, Warren Wienke, Bill Vanderbeck I Front row: Chester Davidson, Richard Walenga, Elwyn Jeffries, Tom lVlcOmber, Bill Fritz, Melvin Evick. Neal Peterson Date Nov. 23 Dee. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Ian. 6 Ian. 13 Ian. 14 Ian. 20 Ian. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Mar. 4 THE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Place Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Niles 18 17 13 24 17 23 29 28 39 25 14 Z6 8 26 S Opponent Riley Buchanan Elkhart Three Rivers Benton Harbor St. Ioseph South Haven State High Dowagiac Three Rivers Buchanan St. Ioseph South Haven Dowagiac Buchanan Opp. SZ g ? 26 14 19 .il 2-1 26 25 37 54 39 28 25 24 page fifty-one Dec. 16, 1938-Niles traveled to Benton Harbor, where they lost 19-17. Benton Har- Won Lost Pct. South Haven 5 1 .833 Niles 4 2 .667 Three Rivers 3 3 .500 Dowagiac 0 6 .000 B fbda Nov. 23, 1938+Niles opened its basketball season against Riley at home. Riley de- feated us by a score of 32-18. Niles played a good game despite the fact that they had practiced for only about a week. Dec. 2, 1938-Buchanan defeated us at Buchanan by 15 points, the score being 32-17. Buchanan had a veteran team back, however. Dec. 3, 1938-Niles was host to Elkhart. Elkhart won 26-13, but only after they were baHCled by Niles' slow break and zone defense. The score is no indication of the game. Dec. 9, 1938-Niles played Three Rivers at home and won 24-14. Niles was the com- plete master throughout the game. Ian Ian Ian Ian Ian bor was baffled, as was Elkhart, by the slow break and zone defense. The teams were about even. 6, 1939-After a layoff of two weeks Niles played St. Ioe there. St. Ioe won 31-23. Niles would have won this game if they hacln't become panicky in the last quarter. 13, 1939-South Haven was Niles' guest and also its victim as Niles won 29-24. Niles was ahead all the way but South Haven's last quarter's spirit almost cost Niles their victory. 14, 1939-Niles traveled to Kalamazoo and played State High, defeating them 28-26. This game did not count in the standings of the "Big Fourv as State High won't be eligible until next year. 20, 1939-Niles played Dowagiac here and defeated them 39-25. Niles changed its offense from a slow break to a fast break and did very well. 27, 1939-Niles lost its first Conference game to Three Rivers at Three Rivers by a score of 37-25. Niles still led the "Big Four," however. Feb. 3, 1939-Buchanan defeated Niles by a score of 34-14. Niles used a zone defense, but Buchanan was too accurate on long shots. Feb. 10, 1939-St. Ioe played Niles on Niles' court and defeated Niles 39-26. The higlghght of this game was the fine defensive work of Dick Walenga. In this game Niles used a man-to-man defense. Feb. 17, 1939-South Haven had Niles as a guest. They defeated Niles 28-8. Niles had a varied offense in this game but they still lost. Feb. 24, 1939-Dowagiac was Niles' host. Niles won this last game by a score of 26-23. This was the last game for six seniors. Mar. 4, 1939-Niles played Buchanan in the District Tournament at Niles and lost 24-8. In this game Niles used two offenses but neither was good enough, so they lost. page fifty-two Plufwu Position Age Year Class Bill Fritz Forward 17 2 Senior Dick Walenga Guard 17 3 Senior Melvin Evick Forward 18 1 Senior Tom McOmber Center 18 3 Senior Elwyn Ieffries Forward 18 3 Senior Neal Peterson Forward 17 2 Senior Harlan Wingeart Guard 18 2 Iunior Warren Domer Guard 17 2 Iunior Warren Wienke Center 17 Z Sophomore Iames Cochran Guard 16 1 Sophomore '7fze 8 'ham The basketball team didn't have as successful a season this year as they had last. This year they won only live games but the ones that they lost were hard-fought and close. Niles was handicapped, however, by having no experienced players back, so you can see they did pretty well. We have four players back next year, and two of those were starters. They gained quite a bit of experience this year and accounted for themselves well, so we should have a good team next year. Ten letters were awarded at the end of the season. The following boys earned letters: Bill Fritz, Neal Peterson, Melvin Evick, Elwyn Ieffries, Richard Walenga, Tom McComber, Warren Domer, Harlan Wingeart, Warren VVienke, and Iames Cochran. A manager's letter was earned by Louis Anderson. Eaakafdall Whoa 20114 Neal Peterson-Neal was the cleverest dribbler and ball handler on the team. He was the smallest and peppiest one on the team, and as such was elected captain. Richard Walenga-Although Dick was rather small, he was the best man-to- man defensive man on the team. Dick was a smart ball player and he used his head while on the floor. Tom McOmber-Tom was the tallest man on the team. He was a tower of strength for Niles under the basket, as he always seemed to get the ball off the bank board. Melvin Evick-Mel was the coolest forward we had and was always his best when the going was the toughest. He was the best bounce passer on the team. Bill Fritz-Bill was the best point getter we had and was an excellent fast breaker. He was also a good defensive man in the zone. page fifty-three Elwyn Ieffries-He was a dead shot and a good dribbler. Elwyn was fast and a good passer, so he fitted well into the fast-break system. Elxvyn was chosen on the All-Conference team. Harlan Wingeart-Harlan is a big, broad-shouldered lad who was the second highest scorer this year. He specialized in long shots. He was a good defensive man and should go places next year. Warren Domer-Wzirreti is a big boy and has another year. He is an intelli- gent ball player and will be a great help to the team next year. His best department this year was the offensive. Warren Wienke-Has two more years. This year he played defensive center. Wienke was a fast man and fitted well into the zone defensive system. He is an accurate shot and should he good next year. Iames Cochran-Has two more years to play. He was fast and shifty and one of the best ball handlers on the team. He should go places next year. Louis Anderson-Managed this year's team. He was an eilicient manager, well liked hy the players. Louis graduates in lune. IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Left to right, back row: Manager Billy Gallagher, Jack Manders, Grover Smith, john Frucci, Lloyd Garnsby, Richard Laberteaux, Tom McKenzie, Dillard Crocker, Robert Farrell, james Anderson, joe ite Third row: Coach Bradfleld. Billv Kassler, Paul Bigsbv, Roy Frucci. Ted Peterson, Kenneth Albin, Lorren Riddle, Robert Yonkers, james Bowden, Ralph Dittmar, Christopher Grant Second row: ,lack Knoll, Everett Syson, David Merrill, Marshall McNabb, Earl Bachman, Bud Bab- cock, junior Davis, Kermit Adams, Richard Mc zysmith, Roger Peterson. Billy Funk Front row: Coach Davidson, Louis Jeffries, Billy Cody, Cemroe Fletcher, Walter Naas, Gerald Win- geart, Andrew McCormick, Richard Prenkert, Robert Zabel, Donald Tennyson page fifly-four 2.5 Left to right, back row: Clinton Womble, Robert Van Wagoner. Frank Petruska, Wilbur Adams, Herbert White, Assistant Manager Dwain Blackburn Front row: Manager Louis Anderson, Earl Koontz, Clayton Williams, Clarence Snyder, Emmitt Har- rell, Robert Petro, 1V1r. joseph Whitwam 04044 Qwuahff The Cross Country team had a fine season this year, being victorious in all but one of their tlua1 meets plus Winning the Regional run and being runners-up in the State meet. The letter winners were Frank Petruska, Emmitt Harrell, Wilbur Adams, C1ay- ton YVi11iams, Herbert White, Robert Petro, Robert Van VVagoner, Earl Koontz, and Clarence Snyder. .9 Recafulf Kal. Elk. Misl . Ham. Cent. B. Har. Reg. State Average Pet i'1i ska QCapt.1 I 5 In 'L 2 3 1 6 2.9 Petro 2 1 Z! 2 -1 5 7 3.-1 snytittr 4 4 4 ef 4 1 zz 1 3,4 ll:il'1'0l1 Il 25 5 5 2 5,6 Yan Wzigwviiei' 111 S S S 215 lf tvtb nt! 10 U S 12 il 12 95 111211115 12 9 T 9 11 9.6 NYilliams S S 1Z4 10 ti 13 19 111.11 White 14 it T S 16 10.8 Xytlllllllti 18 13 20 17.0 llanv score wins in cross country. P0190 fiftyfiaie ' se: , - . e iw arf 1 Left to right, back row: Garrett Coughlin, Tom Stoyle, john Lipp, George Miller, Robert Shirrell., Robert Boydston, Harry Parker, Cornelius McNabb, Billy Bollinger, Earl Koontz, Arthur Morris, Manager Rae Starke Third row: William Wetmore, Fred Amon, Robert Petro, Paul Miller, James Frizzell, Alfred Lenke, john Shook, Harold Marks, Dominic Marazita, Mr. Wayne Smith, Mr. Chester Davidson Second row: Henry Molica, Bob Mansfield, Dick Walenga, Robert Van Wagoner, ,lack Pugh, Elwyn Jeffries, Frank Petruska, Richard Carey, Clarence Snyder, Dick Camp Front row: Kenneth Malone, Leo Curtis, Marvin Kraft, joe Lynd, Gene Cook, Gerald Leet, Bill White, Carl Mansfield, joe Sarratore '7fze '74ack Seddon Niles had an excellent track team this year. It was coached by Mr. Davidson, who was assisted hy Mr. Smith. Niles won all the interscholastic meets that they participated in, including the Conference and Regional meets. The local thinlies didift place in the State meet, however, but they were handicapped by the loss of loo Saratore, who became ineligible the day before the meet. This is the fourth con- secutive year that Niles has won the Regional meet. Letters were awarded to the following boys: Dick Camp, Gene Cook, Leo Cur- tis, Maro Kraft, Bob Kromer, Ierry Lut, Alfred Lenke, joe Lynd, Kenny Malone, Bob ML111SDClCl, Carl Mansfield, Harold Mzirks, Paul Miller, Henry Molica, Bob Petro, Frank Petruska, lack Pugh, Ioe Saratore, John Shook, Clarence Snyder, Bob Van Wagner, Dick Walenga, and Bill White. 1938 'hack 3 Date Place Niles Opponent Opponent April 15 Home 47 7fl0 Dowagiac 35 1f10-Buchanan 47 2f10 April 16 Away 61 1f6 Three Rivers 42 5f6 April 25 Away 65 Benton Harbor 41 April 29 Home 61 Buchanan 43 May 5 Home 67 Zfi St. Ioseph 36173 May 12 Home 691710 Qndj Berrien Springs 34 91410 May 13 St. Ioseph Conference - Niles won, Kalamazoo second. Mziy 21 Kalamazoo Regional - Niles Hrst, Kalamazoo second. May ZS East Lansing State - Belding first, East Lansing second. page fifty-sim Left to right, back row: Merle Subley, Arthur Bishop, Charles Gleason, Charles johnson, Richard Clossenger, Tom Berry, R. C. Smith, R. B. Smith, Frank Mollica, Bob jurgensen, Richard Petro, Wal- ter Naas, Kermit Adams, Donald Kennedy, Bob Yaw, Harold Walters, Kenneth Tibbs Third row: Jack Rayburn, Louis Messner, Bob Luke, Burt Wolfinger, Bill Vanderbeck, Don Graham. Francis Wetmore, Louis Bonner, Charles Peterson, Bill Heminger, Edsel York, Lloyd Ramsby, Robert Hemminger, Grover Smith, Frank Treiber, joe Frucci Second row: james Cochran, Earl Martin, Jerold Wingeart, Dick Prenkert, Bob Tennvson. Bill Funk. David Hotow, Christopher Durand, Robert Warburton, Loren Riddle, Leroy Fowler, Frank Saratore, Leland Hamilton, Faye Rose Front row: Coach Balas, Robert Morris, Charles Parker, Thurman Crouch, Earl Bachman. Benny Mollica, Eugene Brockway. Donald Stephenson, Bill Cody, Bob Riley, Tom Parsons, Bill Steiner, Donald Malone. john Syson '7f1e '74acr5 Seddon Mr. Balas had a fine lunior High crew this year. They won the triangular meet with Dowagiac and Buchanan and placed second in the annual Benton Harbor Invitational Meet. Letters were awarded to the following boys: Clayton Long, Ernest Marazita, Richard Merrell, Bill Messner, Walt Naas, Charles Peterson, Bill Vanderheck, Ierold VVingeart, Robert Zabel, Lewis Bonner, Iim Cochran, Bill Cody, Dick Kennedy, Laverne Griffin, Dick Hemminger, Frank Molica, Charles Parder, Dick Petro, Ray Smith, Don Smith, Don Stephenson, who set a new pole vault record at 10 feet four inches, and Alfred Drolet. Date Place Niles Opponent Opponent May 20 Home 1012 Dowagiac 492 Buchanan 41 May 28 Benton Har. 2nd Benton Harbor lst page fifty-seven 1938 'TENNIS Left to right, back row: Harry Rice, Bill Fritz, Fred Hurd, Rex Holmes, Mr. Bacon, Art Fisher, Clar- ence Stoops Second row: Jack Ham, james Harper, Neal Peterson, j. B. Smith, Shirley Hamilton, Miss Peirce, Margaret Peterson, Vera Schmidt Front row: Gwen Owen, Margaret Ann Hadsell, Angelina Sarratore, Kathleen Marlin, Annabelle Mar- lin, Shirley Huff 7fxe 7enm?L Seafian This year's tennis team showed considerable improvement over last yearis group, winning one meet and losing the rest by very close scores. Graduation takes only four men so we should have a Hne team back for next year. Our local racket wielders placed third in the Regional meet, just being nosed out of second place by one-half point, they being defeated by South Haven. Mr. Bacon, the coach, presented letters to the following boys: B. Smith, who never lost a singles match in a dual meetg Clarence Stoops, Art Fisher, Rex Holmes, lack Ham, Harry Rice, and Bill Fritz. 1938 gaqfi' '7enn13.t S Date Place Niles Opponent Opp. April 23 Away l South Haven 4 April 26 Home 1 St. Ioseph 4 April 30 Home 2 Dowagiac 5 May 3 Home 2 South Haven 3 Mziy 5 Home 3 Benton Harbor 2 May 7 Away 2 Dowagiac 3 Mzly 10 St. Ioseph Conference-won by St. Ioseph. May 21 St. Ioseph Regional-won by St. Ioseph. Stoops and Smith fdoublesj runners-up in Regional. Stoops and Smith Cdoublesj reached semi-finals in the State Tourna- ment. paw' fifty-eigllf 7fze 7e4uuJi Seaman Tennis was introduced as a competitive interscholastic sport, in which the girls participated, for the Hrst time this year. It is the Hrst time in many years that the girls have competed in any sport with an outside school. We had an excellent season this year despite the fact that this is our First year in competition. We won three meets, tied two and lost one, for a percentage of .750. With this yearls experience to aid us, we should have a Fine team next year as we have players returning. Mono- grams were awarded by Miss Peirce, the coach, to the following girls: Angelina Saratore, who, by the way, played in all of the meets and won all of her matches, Margaret Ann Hadsell, Shirley Huff, Margaret Peterson, Vera Schmidt, and Gwen- dolyn Owen. l938 Qhh' 7e4uu2t Scfzecfale '7 Date Place Niles Opponents Opp. April 23 Home 1 South Haven 3 April 26 Away 3 St. Ioseph l April 29 Away 2 Dowagiac 2 May 3 Away 3 South Haven 1 May 7 Home J St. Ioseph 1 May 10 Home 2 Dowagiac 2 57104251 This year finds another upset in the Iunior-Senior competitions as the Iuniors won again. The Seniors won the annual challenge basketball game for which they received one point. The Seniors also won both of the speed ball games which took the place of the annual soccer game. Speedball was introduced this year in the Senior High gym classes to take the place of soccer. Speedball is a combination of soccer, basketball and football. The ball is about the size of a soccer ball and can be either kicked or passed. There are three ways to score: by drop kicking the ball over the bar, by passing into the end zone ften yards from the goalj, or by kicking the ball through the goal. The points for each are 1, 2, 3 respectively. To start a pass the ball must be kicked into a per- sonis hands from whence it may be passed. This year Mr. Whitwam introduced an Oflicials Club whose members are trained to ofhciate all types of sports used in intramural sports. This is along the idea that we need trained people for these positions. These members oflficiate at speedball, soccer, basketball, paddle tennis, and softball games. page fifty-nine 1938 GOLF Left to right, back row: Donald Funk, Duane Noble, john Frucci Second row' Henrv Hancock, Tony Saratore, Clifford Sorenson, john Buheker Froni row: Doc Nlarks 744 Gal! Seann The Niles High Golf Team, under the able tutelage of Mr. Marks, won four meets, lost six, won the Conference meet and placed fourth in the Regional. This did not qualify them for the State meet. Monograms were awarded to the follow- ing boys: Henry Hancock, Clifford Sorenson, Tony Saratore, Iohn Buheker, Duane Noble, Don Funk, and Iohn Frucci. Date April 19 April 23 April 26 April 29 April 30 May 3 May 6 May 7 May 10 May 17 May 13 May 21 pa gc staff y Place Away Away Home Home Home Home Home Away Away Away 19-as my sawn N iles 1 Vi 9 , f 72 4 92 8 3 2 4V2 5 5 Opponents Washington South Haven St. Ioseph Dowagiac Three Rivers South Haven Riley St. Ioseph Dowagiac Three Rivers St. Ioseph Conference Meet won by Niles, South Haven second. Battle Creek Regional Meet-Niles fourth. Opp. IOZ 3 4V2 1052 4 4 10 72 10 7 1 I SEN1o1a Hmm BAND Left to right, back row: Kenneth Kessler, Theodore Warner, Kenneth Werner, Charles Walker, john Gurk, Caroline Humphrey, Dick Merrell, Orville Ashley, Donavon Smith Fourth row: jim Cisler, Fred Early, Donald Smith, Robert Love, Betty Ridinger, jimmy Warner, jack Fries. Bob Steele, james Rosencrans, George Schrumpf Third row: Gordon jackson, Richard Sittler, Arthur Deutscher. Nadine Marlow. Lucille Rogers, jerold Wingeart, Bob Zabel, Donald Worrell, Gene Fisher, ,lohn Humphrey Second row: Charlotte Walker, Bill Silkworth. Harold Walters, Cornelius McNabb, Richard Harper, Hobert Ivins, William Love, john johnson, Dorothy Rogers, Sharlee Ausbrook Front row: Dick Camp, Robert Warren, Fred Price, Dale Deditch, Robert Young, jack Cogswe-ll, XVyatt Martin. jim Luth, Mr. Clarence Roth IL7N1o1: ldlllll BAN11 Left to right, back row: Norvin Books, Leon Smith. Robert Hamilton, Richard Strauss, Robert Ristau, Marvin Runyon, Charles Prince, Wallace Weist, Carl Fisher, Kenneth Tibbs Fourth row: David Griffee, Calvin Low, Cynthia Forgash. Patricia Kelley, Bill Kessler, William Bremer, Robert Graham, Ross Graham, Gertrude Moyer, Robert Ricks Third row: Dorthy Welsher. Mildred Sonnenleiter, Bob llerrick, Charles llunter, Virginia French, .Ioan jenkins, Lila Clark, Robert Morehouse, Ralph Hatfield Second row: Stuart Dean, Imogene Travick, jane Zabel, Edwin Ridinger, Bill Dick, Dave Merrell, Donald Zorclell Front row: Bob Storms, jerry Smith, Mr. Roth, Dean Gano, Billy DePoy, Frank Long, Dick Carnes, Edward Powell Absentees: Horace Pfister, Edith Brewster, Leonard Vanderhoff Illlfll' S1'.l'f1l!-tiff! Slamok HIGII O1xcH15sTR.x Left to right, back row: Orville Ashley, jim Cisler, jim Luth, Bob Steele Third row: Theodore Warner, Arthur Deutscher, Richard Sittler, Charlotte Walker, john Curk, Charles Walker, Donavon Smith, james Rosencrans. jack Fries Second row: Bob Love, Donald Smith, Betty Ridinger, Dorothy Armstrong, Clara Herrick. jack Cogs' well, Robert Young, Dorothy Rogers, Hobert lvins, William Love Front row: Marguerite Shepherd, Margaret Bates, Hortense Oakley, Arvis Wilken, Dorothy Hasf langer, Esther Batta, Kenneth Frost, joseph Barron, Gene Fisher, Mr. Clarence Roth Iumou Hmm CJIQCPIESTRA Left to right, back row: Lucille Rogers, Imogene Travick, Stuart Dean, jim Luth, Charles Prince, Robert Ristau, Tom Travick, Kenneth Tibbs, Frank Long Third row: W'allace Weist, Paul Taggett, Carl Fisher, Leon Smith, Norvan Books, Billy Dick, Ed- ward Powell, Joe White Second row: Mr. Clarence Roth, Bobby Herrick, Dorothy Welsher, joan jenkins, Ross Graham, Ray- mond Bowclen, jack Powrie, Robert Storm Front row: Camilla Love, Gladys Deutscher, Betty Lielen, Mary ,Ioan Henderson, Margaret Sittler, Ferol Malone, jane Zabel, Mary Krell pam' xiwllvf thru: SENIOR lllfill CIIOIR Left to right, back row: Fred Early, Ray Hulce, Carlton Pletcher, Thomas Stoyle, Louis Anderson, Fred Holter, john Curk, George Hoffman, Dale Starke, Ernest Marazita Fifth row: Warren Wienke, Robert Klingbeil, Richard Harper, Robert Petro, jack Grafford, Donald Yonkers, Howard Clark, Thomas Hatfield, Fred Hurd, Doris Wolf Fourth row: Shirley Thayer, lrene Cook, Barbara Tibbs, jo Ann Kops, Bretice Fay, LaVora Schiele, Phyllis Crawford, Joan Taylor, Gloria Cranson, Charlotte Walker, jean Miller Third row: Eleanor Dean, Eulalia O'Toole, Barbara Bauman, Donna Louise Abair, Catherine Etzcorn, Roberta Rundborg, Margaret Villages, Mildred Rathhurn, Betty Sellers, Marian Higgins Second row: Hildegarde Meyers, Dorothy Rogers, Marilyn Gallagher, Olive Myers, Betty llossfeld, Shirley Rutter, Adalove Bunch Front row: Lenore Gulbranson, Bette Lynd, Mary Edwards, Mr, Ollie Frigaard, Shirley Smith, Ruth Edwards, Esther Krajci, Catherine Ciddings IIQNIIJR Hliill LIIIOIR Lef! to right, back row: Thomas Parsons, Walter' Naas, Raymond B. Smith, Fred Price, Wolford Smith. ,lames Giver. David Kaser, Merrill W'alker, Robert Morris, George Hoffman, William Zimmer- man, Robert Saathoif Fourth row: Betty jean Williams, Lois Walker, june Young, Donald Books, William Steiner, Leland Hamilton, Dick Prenkext, Charles Prince, Donald Carpenter, Dave Merrell, Harold Morris, Melvin Hurlbutt, Lawrence Stoops Third row: Betty Storms, Phyllis Carlton. lmagene Travick, Margaret Shepherd, Marian Finley, Cene- vieve Bradford, Alice Lundberg. ,lean Fisher, Grace Behm, Virginia Rogers, Ralph Hatfield Second row: Marilyn Schrumpf, jane Zabel, Ruth Ann Schadler. Charlene Myers, Martha M'-fe Zeehlin. Betty lane Simon, Alice Stone. Lornabelle llibner, Shirley Dreibelbis, Romona Green, Gwendolyn Hemphill Front row: Rosemary Eden, Beverly Belding, Martha Card, Barbara Cooper, Elaine Hansen, Mr. Ollie Frigaard, Marjorie Hossfeld, Margaret Curtis, Dorothy Beck, Mildred Berry pflyr .wi,I'l1f-fullr SENIOR HIGH GIRLS, CSLEE CLUB Left to right, back row: Rosemary Frucci, Thelma Cameron, Catherine Barnes, Ruth Edwards, Eve- lyn Farr, Mary Edwards, Bette Lynd, Minnie Robbins, Catherine Etzcorn, Dorothy Barnes, Esther Krajci, Manella Dixon, Katherine Flint Fifth row: jo Ann Kops, Barbara Tibbs, Esther Batta, Louise Abair, Marian Young, Beatrice Books, Marian Higgins, Betty Sellers, jean Stratton, jean Lomatch, Adalove Bunch, Vera Sanford, Cora Belle Britton Fourth row: jean Thompson, Hildegarde Meyer, Eulalia O'Toole, Barbara Bauman, Eleanor Dean, Patricia Peters, Dorothy Kist, lrene Cook, Margaret Wages, jean Lancaster, Marjorie Cain Third row: Ruth Gutschenritter, joan 'laylor, Edna Rathburn. Pat Makeniece. Betty Hossfeld. Shirley RutterMMarilyn Gallagher, lrene Beckman, Vera Asmus, Marilyn Womack, Roberta Rundborg, Gene- vieve iller Second row: Sharlee Ausbrook, Lenore Gulbranson, Olive Myers, Helen Krueger, Eudeen Wellington, Virginia Holmes, Louise Kirk, Hannah Young, Doris Wolf, Grace Warburton Front row: Vivian Robertson, june Cole, Catherine Giddings, Shirley Smith, Margaret Welsher, Mr. Ollie Frigaard, Phyllis Hunt, Marian Dalenburg, Shirley Hamilton, Shirley Thayer, Mildred Rathburn IUNIOR HIGIT GIRLS, GLEE CLUB Left to right, back row: Lila Mae Holmes, Ruth Zerr, Patricia Whiteside, Betty Ann Hartman, Kath- erine Loose, Lois Williams, Peggy llarper, Cynthia Forgash, Pauline Williams, joan Bachman, Martha Card, Beverly Belding, joan Walker Fourth row: Marcella Smith, jean Kromer, Shirley Dreibelbis, Norma Nichols, jean Mclntire, Goldie Dumas, Lois Hahn, Charlene Myers, Donna Goodling, lrma jean Otteson, Mae Dean.Van Gilder, Lois Mansfield, Betty jean Williams Third row: Zelda Smith, Virginia Rogers, Grace Behm, Drusilla Wiedenbeck, Virginia French, Mary Ann Hance, Anita johnson, Genevieve Bradford, Marian Finley, Mildred Hughes, Alice Lundberg, Gwendolyn Hemphill Second row: Patty jo Lake, Amanda Rider, june Riley, Barbara Cooper, Betty jane Simon, Margaret Curtis, Lorna Belle Hibner, Alice Stone, Betty Schanbacher, Martha Mae Zechlin Front row: Phyllis Carlton, janyce Smith, Charnley Schnoor, joyce Martin, Miss Ruth Heaton, Miss Garlanger, Mildred Raybuck, Wanda Lee Woods, Mildred Berry, Ruth Ann Schadler page Si1'ty-fizff' SENIOR HIGH Hors' CiLEE CLUB Left to right, back row: Leo Curtis, Keith Fisher, Russell Meyers, Franklin Toney, Robert Shirrell, Virgil Barnes, Dale Deditch, Lyman Ryor, Harry Rice Fourth row: Robert Holliday, William Flint, Garrett Coughlin, William Hemminger, Paul Miller, Ray Hulce, Thomas Stoyle, Clarence Brown, Kenneth Kloko Third row: Glen Van Wagoner, George Feldon, Walter Morris, james Frizzell, Clayton Grinage, Everett Fleming, Fred Early, Louis Anderson, Lyle Peacock. Darle Ehnes Second row: jack Pugh, Donald Zimmerman, Vfarren Wienke, lloward Clark, john Gurk, jack Graf- forcl, Robert Klingbeil, Frank Klute, David Kaser, Leland Funk Front row: Robert Lillie, Donald Yonkers, Robert Petro, Mr. Ollie Frigaard, Margaret Welsher, Rob- ert Van Wagoner, Fred Hurd, Dale Starke, Carlton Pletcher r fersgggag v 5, , , vizlai-Elisha f . , V , IUNIOR HIGH BOYS' GLEE CLUB Left to right, back row: Tom Parsons, Walter Naas, Thomas Travick. Fred Price, Richard Petro, Wolford Smith, james Giver, William Zimmerman, jack Zeider, Loren Riddle, Charles Crandall, Charles Ames Fourth row: Richard Prenkert, Merle Lindsley, james McCrory, Archie Barkman, Leland Young, Okel Colcord, Lloyd Ramsbv. Charles Prince. George Nicholson, Robert Saatoff, George Hoffman Third row: Richard Smith, Harold Finley,'Clifford Holter, Robert Ruetz, Duane Fisher, Donald Burge, Bill Funk, Donald Carpenter, Dickeson Rutter, Robert Regenos, Everett Queen Second row: Robert Stowe, Billy Kessler, Bill Laberteaux, Bob Hess, Donald Hartline, Christopher Durant, Roy Frucci, Lawrence Stoops, Leland Hamilton, joseph Graham. Monte Bauer, Fred Singer Front row: james McMenamin, Leroy Peterson, Verlin Domer. john Riddle. Robert Moyer. ivlr. Ollie Frigaard, Donald Books, Norman Van lderstine, Keith Arbuckle, john Mander, Robert Vining page si,1'ly1-.Q1'.I' SEXTET Leif to right: Betty Sellers, Eudeen Wellington, Shirley Rutter, Donna Abair, Ruth Edwards, Shirley Smith OCTET Left to right: George Hoffman, Fred Holter, Robert Petro, Carlton Pletcher. Ray lriulce, David Kaser, Fred Early, Howard Clark page sixty-seven JUNIOR PLAY Left to right, back row: james Gallagher, George Barnes, Kathleen Marlin, Richard Harper, Kath- leen Griffith, Donna Moon, George Feldon, Merle Cranson, Betty Ann Worvey, joseph Douglass, Ar- thur Morris, james Cisler gecond row: Donavon Smith, Miss George, Helen Krueger, Kenneth Kessler, Gertrude Davis, Marilyn allagher grunt row: Bretice Faye, Charles Walker, Richard Camp, Warren Sarley, Richard Harper, Robert etro ALL DCHOOL PLAY Left to right, back row: Patricia Whiteside, Beverly Cook, Arthur Morris, Thomas Vetter, john Mack, Robert Saathoff Third row: Miss George, Irma jean Hartman, joan Taylor. Dorothy Mae Landeck, jean Christian. Betty jane Simon, Beatrice Books. julian Forgash, Merrill Walker, joyce Wingeart Second row: Dwain Blackburn, Phyllis Crawford, june Norris, Marcia llerrick, Charles Walker Marian Dalenburg, Grace Warburton Front row: Warren Sarley, LeRoy Peterson, Robert Herrick 1l'Ifff7 8i:I'f.fj-Ififflll FAcUL'rx' PLAY Left to right, hack row: Mr. Moore, Mr. Marks, Mr, Balas, Miss Rockwell, Mr. Whitwzirim, Mr. Bacon Front row: Mr. Frigaard. Miss Pellett, Mrs, Klopfenstein, Mrs. joseph, Mr. Davidson l.llillARY AND fllflflflll GIllI.S Left to right, back row: Alberta Marks, Evelyn Myers, Margaret Barron, lrma Weefi, Lois Griffiths, Florence Cocking, Glenna Passig, Marcia Ridley, Patricia Whiteside, jean Snook Third row: Dorothy Albright. Evelyn Stiles, Antoinette Radewald. Hilda Meyer. Catherine Barnes, jean Thompson, Dorothy Smith, Dorothy Barnes, Hortense Oakley, Helen Albright Second row: Betty Simon, Jeanne Lancaster, Marjorie Bruce, Mae Dean Van Cilder, Beatrice Sonnen- leiter, june Cole, Hilda Moore, Catherine Reynolds, Esther Batta Front row: Vern Asmus, Willadean Linn. Pauline Harrell, Fentalene Hipshier, Miss Marie Getz, Miss Dorothy Hoyt, Corabelle Britton, Eileen Briggs, Mary Ann Martin, Violet johnson page si.1'!y-nina LEADERS Cum Left to right, back row: Victor Gutschenritter, Merrell Walker, Cornelius McNabb, Dale Kloko, Frank Klute, Arvis jane Yvillfen, Patricia Whiteside, Marilyn Gallagher Third row: Nathaniel jaynes, Evelyn Stevens, Muriel Gorton, Doris Curtis, Louise Kirk, Marian Laukus, Glenna Passig Second row: john Frucci, junior Teske, Lawrence Gutschenritter, Dale Declitch, Frances Foster, Rose- mary Pagels, Mary Ellis jackson Frlont row: joan Bachman, Norma Hess, Mr. Warren. Mr. Whitwam, Anna Mae Snyder, Ruth Gut- sc enritter O1f1f1c1,xLs CDLLB Left to right. back row: Gt-orfw Mcphail, Marshall McNabb, The-rman Crouch, Gemroe Fletcher, james Giver, Andrew McCormick, William Messner, George Hochgesang, Frank Klute, Alfred Drolet, Donald Worrell, Bobby Schrumpf, Max Sanford, Robert Wzirner, Fay Rose, Robert Yaw Fifth row: Kermit Adarns, joe Lagoni, Bill Cody, Bill Gillispie. Dillard Crocker, Wtllftwrd Smith, Fred Singer, lioward Armstrong, Robert Ramsby, Donald Starke, Dave Merrell, john Mack, Rae Starke, k P ac er am Fourth row: Carney Long, Dean Kennedy, David Thornton, Kenneth McPhail. Bob Tennyson, Dick Prenkert, Dale Kloko, Robert Warren, Duane Noble, Richard Harper, Warren Domer, Alfred Mollica, Charles Parker Third row: Dale Binns, VVyatt Martin, Robert Zabel, john Humphrey, Lewis jeffries, Robert Schiele, Earl Bachman, Kenneth Kocher. jim Miller, Bill Kell, Bill Funk, Charles Hunter, Robert jurgensen, Henry Mollica Second row: jerold Wingzfart. Lewis Messner, jos-ph Graham, Russell Meyers, junior Teske, Billy llolmes, Cornelius McNabb, jimmy Harper, Leland Funk, Charles Hulbert, Neal Peterson, john Knoll Front row: Ed Coquillard, jack Thornton, john Frucci. Don Tennyson, Kenneth Malone, Mr. joseph Whitwam, Elwyn jeffries, Bill Vanderbeck, Robert VUarburton, Ed French, jack Purdy. Sidney Stone, Roy Sosebee , pllflt' 8l'l'f'lI ly BLEACHER SQUAD Left to right, back row: Dwain Blackburn, Wilbur Adams, Chester Hulbert, Charles Hulbert, Harry Rice, john Buheker Second row: Frederick Amon, Donald Zimmerman, Emmitt Harrell, Dale Starke, Donald Yonkers, Glen Van Wagoner Front row: Frank Klute, Rae Starke, Mr. joseph Whitwam, jimmy Harper, Leland Funk PEP SQUAD Left to right, back row: Alpha Domer, Vvilma Richey, Annabelle Marlin, Vera Sipe, Lenna McCarthy, Eileen Fisk, Constance Wager, Herbert Forgash Fourth row: Mary Ann Martin, Marianne Grathwohl, Birdie Buchanan, Yvonne Adams, jean Stratton, Glenyce Marlow, Donna Mae Smith, Irene Cook Third row: Alice Dumas, june Bodine, Betty Carnes, Caroline Humphrey, Char- Iyne Thompson, Margaret Crinage, Richard Feldon Second row: Olive Peterson, Muriel Hansen, jane Zabel, Rozella Meyer, Lois Rocks, Barbara Hable, Shirley Hamilton Front row: Peggy Lee Corcoran, Marv Lee Marlin, Patricia Lake, Pat Wel'ling- ham, Neva Herrick, Anita Johnson, Miss Catherine Patterson page sf'1w'11fy'0n,e G. A. A. Left to right, back row: Janette Schaber, Dorothy Barnes, Lorraine Davis, Barbara Tibbs, jo Ann Kops, Evelyn Stevens, Jeri Bannister, Shirley Collins, Thelma Cameron, Barbara Bauman, Patricia Whiteside 1 Fourth row: Betty Ann Hartman, Vera Sanford, Joyce Graham, Doris Grieger, Emma jean Grieger, yarilyn Schrumpf, Vivian Robertson, Dorothy Mae Lanrieck, Loretta Ramsby, Betty Pierce, Lucille ogers Third row: Louise Wickler, Betty Yelape, Shirley Rutter, Florence Sosebee. Helen Albright, Elizabeth Skopec, Pauline Duis, joan Forbes, joan Bachman, Edna Rathburn, Jean Peters Second row: Lazetta Wedel, Frances Willis, Betty fVlcCombs. Louise Kirk, Alberta Marks, Lenna McCarthy, Patricia Peters. Dorothy Dudas, Irene Cook Front row: Bretice Fay, Helen Day. Willadean Linn, Maxine Cramer, Bette Lynd, Miss Catherine Pat- terson, Annabelle Marlin, Shirley Hamilton, Shirley Smith, Ruth Edwards DANCING CLLKB Left to right, back row: Muriel Hansen, Leona Leonard, Bette Lou Schrumpf, Catherine Martin, Mar- jorie Hossfeld. Patricia Arnold, Donna johnson, Marian Wauhop Third row: Natalie Kline. Beverly Morris, Betty Cole, Elaine Hansen, Goldie Carpenter, ,lean Peters. Mary Harrold. Betty Storm Second row: Marcia Herrick, Beulah Kloko, Maxine Cousghlin, Shirley Collins, Marilyn Schrumpf, Louise Cullom, Delores Rook Front row: Betty Mann, Betty jane Willianis, Neva Herrick, Miss Catherine Patterson, Peggy Lee Corcoran. Barbara Hable, Lois Rooks pugfr' swim? ty-fwu DEBATE Left to right, hack row: Rachel Gillette, Victor Gutschenritter, Merrill Walker, Charles Walker Second row: Louise Platt, Wilma Clark, Marjorie Bruce, Estelle Forgash Front row: Howard Clark, Robert Shirrell, Mr. Clarence Moore, jack Pugh, john johnson Date Affirmative Negative Winner Date Affirmative Negative W'inner NLW- 15 St- loscph Nilvs N' D' lan. 12 S. Bend Cent. Niles N, D, N0v.15 Niles Sr- Joseph N-D Ian. 12 Niles s. Bend Central N. D. Nov- 17 Sturgis Niles N- D- inn, 14 Nili-S Mattawan Niles Nov. 17 Niles Sturgis N. D- Ian. 14 Niles Delmn Niles Nov. 19 Niles Three Rivers Niles Ian. 14 plainwcll Nilcs Niles Nov. 19 Niles Buchanan Niles lim. 14 Mlmuwlm Niles Mattawan Nov. 19 Kalamazoo St. Niles Kalamaaoo lim. 18 Niles Knox, Ind. Niles 1? STC?" TNT? vt H inn. 18 Knnx, Inil. Nili-S Niles gmeg Ian. 18 Colligirhia City, Niles Niles DCC- 3 NM W1'5'h'ml Nfles Ian. 18 Niles Oolumb. cnv cnlnnib. ony Dec. 3 Gr. Rap. Cent. Niles Nll9S Feb. Nilcs Albion ' N. D' DCC- 3 Lullinfmm NM Niles lfnli. Alliinn Niles N. D. Dec. 3 Comstock Niles Niles Fcbl Nilus Si, Joseph Niles Inn. 7 Niles Marshall Marshall Feb. ll IIOWCH Niles Niles Ian. 7 Niles Fast Lansing Fast Lansing Feb. 11 Lansing E. Niles N.D. Ian. 7 Iackson Niles Iackson , n Ian. Flint Ccmml NMS Flint Central Ifeh. 16 Matlawan Niles Mattawan Inn. 9 Niles Buchanan N. D. Mar. 13 Niles S. Bend Cent. N. D. Im 9 Buchmm NM ND. Min. 13 Niles s. Bend Cent. N. D. lim. 11 paw I-lim, NMOS N. lj- Mar. 13 S. Bend Cent. Niles N. D. Ian. 11 Niles Paw Paw N. D. Mar, 13 S. Bend Cent. Niles N. D. SUMMARY Niles debated 25 diifercnt schools in 42 debates. There were 17 no decision contests. Niles won 17, lost 8 in 25 decision matches. Participated in 6 tournaments and exhibition debates. page seventy-three Wm 7044 in Swim Jlayh Most Popular Senior Most Popular Iunior Most Popular Sophomore Best Looking Best Dressed Best Dancer Most Comical Laziest Loafer Constant Cum Chewer Most Studious Peppiest Biggest Bluffer Most Conceited Most Modest Most Likely to Succeed Most Courteous Biggest Flirt Best Actress fActorj Most Musical Biggest Drag with Faculty Best Athlete Most Lovesick Couple Worst Giggler Most Bashful Most Pessimistic Most Optimistic Biggest Show oa Best Looking Most Dignified Best Natured Most Exacting Most Helpful Biggest Assignme page selrrfnty-faint nt Giver Girl Annabelle Marlin Marian Higgins Thelma Cameron Ruth Perryman Mary Edwards Irene Cook Annabelle Marlin Rebecca Shuff Lila Mae Holmes Susanna Nicholson Annabelle Marlin Dorothy Mae Landeck Iean Christian Susanna Nicholson Ruth Edwards Patricia O'Toole Beatrice Books Marian Dalenburg Dorothy Rogers Phyllis Crawford Annabelle Marlin Eulalia O'Toole Marjorie Searfoss Mary Schaen Eleanor Semrinec Ruth Edwards Shirley Hamilton aacullfff Woman Miss Walters Miss Talburt Mrs. Ioseph Miss Swan Miss Lawrence Miss Swan Boy Iack Ham Warren Domer Bob Tennyson Ioe Kools Bill White Leland McAuliffe Neal Peterson Bill Cody Bill Cody Frank Womer Dick Felden Herbert Forgash Bill White Walt Morris Frank Womer Alfred Lenke Bill Fritz Warren Sarley Iohn Iohnson Bob Zabel Harlan Wingeart Dick Walenga Neal Peterson Bill Moneysmith Howard Clark Ernest Witham Gilbert Fenters Man Mr. Moore Mr. Frigaard Mr. Mathews Mr. Marks Mr. Bacon Mr. Marks Whoa 7040 at jmm Jlzgh Most Popular 9th Grader Most Popular Sth Grader Most Popular 7th Grader Best Looking Best Dressed Best Dancer Most Comical Laziest Loafer Constant Gum Chewer Most Studious Peppiest Biggest Bluffer Most Conceited Most Modest Most Likely to Succeed Most Courteous Biggest Flirt Best Actress fActorl Most Musical Girl Marjorie Hossfeld Mary Ann Hance Mary Lee Marlin Marjorie Hossfeld Marcia Herrick Irma lean Otteson Betty Heady Virginia Eckert Irma Ioan Otteson Phyllis Martin Margaret Curtis Marcia Herrick Marcia Herrick Marcia Herrick Iane Zabel Patricia Arnold Marcia Herrick Marcia Herrick Patricia Kell Biggest Drag with Faculty Marcia Herrick Best Athlete Most Lovesick Couple Worst Giggler Most Bashful Most Pessimistic Most Optimistic Biggest Show Off Best Looking Most Digniiied Best Natured Most Exacting Most Helpful Biggest Assignment Giver Betty Heady Mary Ann Hance Alice Stone Lina McBride Iune Dumond Neva Herrick Marcia Herrick Qcwuliff Woman Miss Beatty Miss Rockwell Miss Rockwell Miss Getz Miss Poor Miss Pellett Boy Dick Prenkert Bill Gallagher Ioe White Ioe White Ioe White Wolford Smith Ioe White Ralph Hatfield Dick Prenkert lack Saylor Dick Prenkert Dick Prenkert Dick Prenkert George McPhail Billy Rossow Billy Rossow Dick Prenkert Iohn Mack Robert Steinhauer Bill Funk Gemroe Fletcher Dick Prenkert Kenneth Kocher R. I. Heystek Iohn Mander Bill Gallagher Dick Prenkert Man Mr. Moore Mr. Frigaard Mr. Moore Mr, Moore Mr. Warren Mr. Moore page seventy-five S access to the C ass of 1939 FROM VIC HE RADIO 1938 Fred Allen s Town Hall Tonite Rudy Val lee s Variety Hour STAGE 1938 42 ol America s leading, thexters,n15,hL clubs and hotels, FEATURED with Rudy Nallecf 20 weeks Eddie Duchiir- 6 week: In E CLASS Ina Rae llutton 4 weeks Vincent Lopez 4 weeks Shep Fields l week Kay Kyser l weak Phil Harris- 4 weeks PICTURES IS38 "Rhythm Cafel' iUniversal Shortl i'Pictorial Review" lparamount Short! WHAT THE CRITICS SAY: Kansas City, Mo., Post 9-25-38. The headline performer in the Rudy Val- lee troupe was a youth, Vic KFlour Nlilll Heide. He entertained the audi- ence as a one-man band, playing four instruments simultaneously. His selections were the theme songs of radio bands such as llenry Busse, llal Kemp, Tommy Dorsey and Ed- die Duchin. Between numbers he plugged for his fathc-r's flour mill and coal business back in his home town, Niles, Mich., to the delight of his audience, Dallas Morning News 8-4-37. 'When Lanny Ross ends his stay at the ex- position Casino, a new type of en- tertainment personality will succeed him, He is Vie Heide, 22-year-old youth who is the new sensation in the show world. He plays 27 instru- ments and will offer work on 3 trum- pets at once and in addition will chatter, tap dance. and delve into magic, He will arrive from New York via American Airlines Saturday for zi four weeks' engagement. Hollywood "Lowdown" 9-I9-38. Vic Heirle is the one-man band appear- ing with Rudy Vallee, lie was dis- covered in an obscure little restau- rant in Washington, D. C. Hails from a small town4Niles Mich., by name. Vic put Niles on the map, and now Vallee is putting Vic Heide on the map. Don't Go in the Hole! Bu IIEIIIIVS CUAL pugv svrvn t.ll'Sl'.T F F -4 QIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIlllllllllllllllIIIIZIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIUNIllIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIKlllllllIIIIIIKIIIIIIlllllIIlllllllIIllllllillllllllllllllllIIlIIllillllIIIN!IIIIIIIll!IIiIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL Congratulations and Best Wishes for the Class of 1939 FOLLOW THE TREND for pace-setting F 2 Style - Quality - Service Students' Suits, Slacks, and Furnishings Iersild Honor Award Sweaters R u S .4 F 2 R u F u S 5 Q See E 2 THE TREND CLOTHING CO. 5 fm "Style in Wild" 5 Harry Dase Phone 38 Herb Mutchull g SIllIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIlllII!!INIlllllllllllllIIIIlllllllIIIINIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIll!IIIIIIlllllllllillIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIllIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllif DUMBBELL POME Mary has a little skirt And it keeps growing shorterg lf she ever has it washed, It won't cover what it ortcr- Confidentially, it shrinks. Too BAD l Grocer: "What was the matter with those effgs D I sent you?" Housewife: "Too small for their age." 1' FUEL ECONOMY Swimming Instructor: "That's better, Shirleyg you ain't swallerin' so much Water-doing more to the gallon, so to speak." Compliments of HARRISON ANDREWS 4, Building Contractor O LABERTEAUX,S GROCERY and MARKET 1 X River Bluff Niles, Michigan Broadway at Tenth St. PHONE 933 Pl'l0I1B 168W page seventy-seven Tynan's One-Stop Grocery and Market Service Pleasingly Different FREE DELIVERY 208 E. Main St. Phone 103 OBEYING ORDERS Iones was asked by his wife to go to the gro- cery for a cabbage before he came home from work that evening. "How big :1 head do you want?" he asked. "Oh, about as big as your head," she told him. On his way home, he met Mr. Brown and told him the object of his jour- ney. "There's no need to be buying a head of cabbage," said his friend Brown, "just go up to my garden and get one for yourself." A little later Brown was stopped by another friend, Sam, who said, "That's a funny acting hired man you've got now, Brown." "Hired man?" re- peated Brown, in surprise, "why, I haven't any hired man." "Well," said his informer, "there's a fellow up at your place pulling up cabbages and trying his har on them!" SIMPLICITY PATTERNS 50 O O Call Swank's For Best of Cleaning at Moderate Prices SWANK Dry Cleaners 18 East Main Phone 765 GREETING CARDS for all Occasions Largest selection in town PERIODICALS--CANDIES-fTOISACCOS and SUNDRIES NILES NEWS AGENCY UNITED CIGAR STORE 303 E. Main Phone 1133 Rent a Band Instrument 53.00. 54.00, and 55.00 per month Niles Music Shop page seventy-eight Save Today Have Tomorrow Your savings are insured up to 155,000.00 with the Niles Federal Savings and Loan Association 302 E. Main Phone 528 Bear-Cat Stores FOR THE BEST IN Auto Accessories Radios Tires and Tubes RADIO SERVICE for all makes of radios, home or auto. Tubes and parts. Authorized service station. for United Motors and Zenith car radios. Phone 424 Paul E. Kuhl Mobilgas Mobiloil 5 U. S. and General Tires U S Batteries l.so's M'C5BILE SERVICE Main 6 Broadway Phone 9124 3 Niles, Michigan lt TIME TO LEAVE The following advertisement zippt-iirecl in a country nmvspaper: "Old, established lmker's business for salcg good oxen: present owner been in it eleven yearsg good reiisoii for lCllYlllQ.H PERFECT HARMONY "Irene," said the futher sternly, "I don't like that young nigin you go out with." tkYCllll?'Y retorted Irene. "XVell, don't worry, xou'x't- siinply poison to him, too." BETTER BURY HIM VVidow: 'il want to insert an obituary notice in your paper. How much will it be?" Editor: "Twe11t3'-live cents an inch, mzidatnf' VVidow: 'iOh. lzind szikes. and Iolin was six feet tall?" Q Have Your Diplomas framed at our Special reduced prices CONTOIS Main and Third Sis. page seventy-'nine QlllIlllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIlIHIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIlIIIIIIIllIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIlllIllllIllllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII illIIIIlllllllIlllIlllllIllllllllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIlllIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll CAPS and GowNs 5 Used by Senior Class Furnished by HARRY K. l.ANoEs co. cosrumsns 2 F 2 E asv Illinois sf. Indianapolis, Ind. E Write for Prices Costumes and Accessories for All Occasions SollllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIllIIIIllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIN illIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllIllIlllllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIllI1IlllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllIIllIllllllllllllllllllllf' MIARS 8a MIARS Insurance and Real Estate o 306 E. MAIN sr. PHONE 181W HENRY R. HILL COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS Refrigerators and Radios - Sales and Service Washers-Sweepers-Gas and Electric Stoves Phone 810 t 219-221 N. second sr. Niles, Mich. 3 Compliments of THE IQUTHEIQFCIQD I:llIlQl'ffIl In-IOIUG CEDAR and FOURTH page Highly Let the Big Shoe Guide You to the doorway of economy, comfort, and style. Be wise on your shoe re- pairin.g as you arc in school and you'll always be a step ahead. smifzi E I I c , E 'g"E'Jf1AxX1 T 113 N. Third Next to Bus Station Compliments of Troost Brothers FURNITURE 5 ie EQ! STRENGTH IN THE DARK Two lrishmen were shown around a Coal mine for the first time, When they saw the coal coming up from the shaft from the pit, Mike remarked to his companion: "Sure, and I'tl like to see the men who put those great lumps of coal in the cars. They must he terrible strong." "Don't he absurd," said Pat. "lt's so clark down there they can't see what they are lifting." THEN OUTFIELDER "So you lmre hcen singing in thc choir?" "Yes," "XVell, I went in as Hrst hass, hut they changed it to shortstop when they heard my voice." Niles Printing Co. PRINTING - RUBBER STAMPS Harry Gross Henry Petruska 216 N. Fifth St. Phone 992 TRUTH SERVICE General Electric Refrigerators, Ranges, and all G-E Appliances Paul Thayefs Iewelry Store Diamond and Watch Specialist Official Watch Inspector M. C. R. R. Guaranteed Watch and jewelry Repairing BUY QUALITY IEWELRY ON CREDIT Niles, Michigan QUALITY COURTESY page Pightyrone NEW IDEAS - NEW .IOBS - NEW INVESTMENT 'A' Kawneer salutes the Class of 1939-a class well trained to know, to think, and to act. Kaw- neer especially salutes those whose training will continue-in office, factory, store, or college, so that greater responsibility will be deserved. As you advance you will appreciate more and more the value of training-which makes possible new IDEAS, new products, new and better ways of getting things done. page eighty-tzl'o Typical home-town example of this point is the Kawneer Seal-air All-aluminum Window. From idea to Finished product this new window has been developed and perfected by men whose knowledge of windows and metal fabrication was based on sound experience and hard work. As a result, new jobs have been created. THE NILES MICHIGAN 'N- B'-Tn-, Flea? fr I' E I ti 'I Vigg ff? 4 'milf-I " , . s .SA ,I J, l il -1-nfs? m I ' I 1 W lu! 115-am . ' X J, L- A ES n..1.. 3 , ,I fi 6 9 W 1 L -- 1, I 1 4696 5 1 I fiig i-' sig ft .ll 1- .9 ET 1 METZGER'S Authorized Dealers 115 N. Third St., Niles Office Machines 5 Portables NeWiUsedfRebuilt Supplies l QZRQNA eplryr , Mould Collection Agency 0 No Collection f No Charge 0 Property Management 0 Rent Collections 0 General Insuran' ZI7 N. Fourth St, Telephone 1055-W J Compliments of IOHNSON and GARLANGER SHOES, LUGGAGE, and I LEATHER Goons FLORSHIEM SHOES 215 Main Niles, Mich. CC HARRY'S GRILL You arc :xfwajs XVELCCME The Hema of Fine Dlnnes 0 ial Toasted Sandwiches 7 Best Tender Ste: and Chops - Best Coffee 0 COURTEOUS SERVICE SCHOGI CRAFT Sheet Metal Works PHONE 100 PREMIER FURNACE Compliments of LLOYD I-I. KRUEGER I Agency K '1 K DEPENDABLE INSURANCE o Savings and Loan Building 121 N. Third sz. Phone 213 Q NILES, MICHIGAN page viglzty-three COMPLIMENTS of B. R. Randall Lumber Co., Inc. Lumber and Building Materials Smith-Alsop Paints-Mulehide Roofs-Coal o D o C 61 1 Wayne St. Telephone 1014 AT HAND Mother: "I tolcl you to count to fifty, Shirley, before losing your temper. Anrl now, I Hnrl that you have loekecl your little brother in the closet." Shirley: "I'm still counting, Mother, and I want to have him where I can find him when I've Finished." REFINED "Then you admit that you struck the plaintiff with malice aforethought?" tlemandetl counsel of the man charged with assault. 'LYou ean't mix me up like that," replied the defendant, inclignantly. "I've told you twice I hit him with a brick. There wasn't no mallets nor nothing of the kincl about itgiust 11 plain brick like any gentleman would use." Phone 136-W 906 Hickory St. Winter or Summer y Spring or Fall Make The Kerr Hardware Your Store for THINK TWICE ! If you are a High School Graduate Think twice about such questions as: getting the right jobg the right salary: and the right ehances for promotion in business. Remember there's no start like a good secretarial position-no beginning sal- ary better-no advancement opportunities surcr! Let us offer you conclusive proof, without obligation, and tell you the interesting facts about training that starts you in business right. ASK FOR BULLETIN AND SUMMER TUITION RATE South Bend College of Commerce 212 S. St. Ioseph Street SPORTING EQUIPMENT soUTH BEND, INDIANA page eiyh ty-four IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII IllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllg F E F First N atzonal Bank of Niles IE Deposits up to 155000 Insured With E E Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation E E Member Federal Reserve System Phone 1740 and 1741 E :illIIlllllllllllIIIIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIlIllIIIll!IIIIIlIIllllllIIlIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO? Offering a Complete Line oi Skewers- Including Stainless Steel Skewers , ffi'-1' I smsfgm - +1 ",.n'Vf , 1 - Q, . S A .-::,. Q 52:5 f. , , ,I 2 :v- is t-1 ,,, ,Q ss f aw w... fix, fi, HQ . fan fftlm 5 7 'L U W. ,, aw .. X 'M 6 ,sw I I t 'M N f , . f We Q' ff' i s V H M W MW J Wynn 1 f ' "ff, yt-.,., gi,-Z., 1. --.K If:IL,:-51,1-:,,:..,e::-"' 7' Y A A and Stainless Steel Sweet Corn Holders with Catalin Handles I Michigan Wire Goods Co. NILES. MICHIGAN Always The Newest Fashions in Shoes for All the Family Correctly Fitted and Checked by X-ray Hess 8. Hainstock Brownbilt Shoes 111 N. Second St. ROYAL DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS MAIN and FOURTH sTs. page eighty-five QIIIIIllllllllKIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIKIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIII!!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIllllllllllflllllllllll F E 2 2 f fl of fvzlfed Q HENDERSON 8: HENDERSON H. C. KLING 2 fRobt.l Phone 18W CFredD P11009 ZW Burns and Kerr Bldg. Phone 1200-W E 107 N. Second St. 5 NOEL HERSHEY N. A. HERRING S Masonic Bldg. Phone 63-W 210 Star Bldg. Phone 896 E IOHN E. AMES RUSSELL HART 5 E 307 Sycamore St. Phone 25-W 202 Star Bldg. Phone 257-W E 2 L. L. HARRISON SCOTT MOORE 2 E Walton Bldg. Phone 84-W 107 N. Second St. Phone 1015-W E :E ROBT. G. TURNER E. R. RUTHSATZ E 2 107 N. Second St. Phone 507-XV Walton Bldg. Phone 801 E 5 D. C. WALTER 1. G. BRODIE S 5 119 N. Third Phone 605-W Bums and Kerr Bldg. Phone 758-W E Q D. A. MORTON W. F. MARTIN E E Masonic Bldg. Phone 142 204 Star mag. Phone 1405 E .5 C. E. SHUGARS 2 g 20155 E. Main Phone 26-W Q 2 fuoufmd of fvifed 5 Q GEORGE KELLER EDWIN 1. DONAHUE E E 119 N. Third Phone 118 Masonic Bldg. Phone 105 E 2 CASPER R. GRATHYVOHL THOMAS M. FARRELL 5 E Thayer Bldg. Phone 541 Burns and Kerr Bldg. Phone 1824 E 'Ei WHITE and WHITE 5 5 First Nat'1 Bank Bldg. Phone 217 E .:,IllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIKIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIlllIlIII1llllIIIllIlIllIIIlIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIllllllIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ pwye eighty-sim Compliments of The Mayfair Shoppe Price 8: Kiger Zlmmd Jlame 227 E- Main AMBULANCE SERVICE o Phone 730 "Bemufe you love nice lhlillgiu 324 North Fourth Street NILES CREAMERY COMPANY Golden Guernsey Milk Cream Butter Gold Flake Buttermilk Cottage Cheese Chocolate Milk Howard and Second Street NILES, MICHIGAN R. E. CI-IAPELL 1 Ieweler and Optometrist 304 Main Street I NILES - MICHIGAN T '-'-'- - - "" -'ff ' -'-'-'-'-'ff ---- '- '-'-'-'-'-'-Y-of'-'-'ff ---- '-'-'-'ff ' '-'-4 ? The Niles Lumber Company PHONE 6 L It's Good Economy to Keep Your Buildings in Good Repair page e ghty sewn 0'Toole Coal Co. Coal Ice Coke PHONE 202 NORTH FRONT STREET OLDSMOBIT.E ..60,. ..70,, H80.. INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS CLAUDE L. SHOLTEY at SON W "S6rUiCc' 11 fler Sala" Phone 444 Fifth and Sycamore K l Niles Waste Paper Company Paper Mill Supplies COAL 853 N. Fron s Ph 2 6 23 T NILES, MICHIGAN SUUTH BEND ENGRAVINI3 8: ELECTRUTYPING CD T S - lf" C: , ,fs 'iz 0 If Q 'WNNMMX 'l ': Z tl QTLTTWY I I ,T ,,,, ff ,fcwf wif H H a cclmplelze and l competent SEYVICE page eighty-eight lllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllf For up-to-the-minute news, read THE NILES DAILY STAB Go to school for an education BUT Read the Niles Daily Star for current events For news of your home community-for the full details of all the sporting events-watch the news pages of your local newspaper. llllllllllIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIllllllllllllIIlIlIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIll!IIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIllllIIIUIIIIIIIllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIK EVN-BETTER BAKERY Bakers of Better Bread C0mP1imem5 of and Cakes 104 E. Main st. Phone 399 Rgebegk Insurance Niles, Michigan Agency Marshall Grathwohl . Oil Burners, Water Soiteners. Electric Pumps l j 117 N. Third St. Phone 397 PLUMBING AND HEATING 3 3 page eighty-ni: A blossom C1 dory Keeps gloom owoy l EAST MAIN GARDENS 1521 E. Main Phone 1018 Compliments of BANNISTER STUDIO C. H. BANNISTER ,. 'Q K . ,. ,,,.,. S 13- -,1f2a:.,,A F WELDED STEEL DISPLAY CASES 'CYMIQ Tllnlull ISV!! Aus nxiun: TYLER FIXTURE CORPORATION NILES, MICHIGAN S P E N C E R Dry Cleaners 'Tis better to have Spenecfs Clean that suit, dress, or gown 'With service which is sought by Tlic best-dressed folks in town! l ReliningefRemoclelingfRepoir1r1g Experienced tgilors to give your gorrments thot quolity look. 211 N. Fourth Phone 649 pnyv n inefy REFORM Bob Sliirrn-ll: "And at lier request you gave up drinking?" lack Pugh: "Yes." "And you stopped smoking, for tlie same rea son?" asked Bob. "I did," answered lack. "And it was for lier that you gave up danc- ing, card parties, and billiards?" 'KAbsolutely." "Then why clidn't you riiarry her?" "VVell, after all this reforming I realized I could do lluttcrf' 1, if l Q fm.-S' . W f I' le Newton Bringing Home the Bacon QUALITY COALS Automatic Coal Burners o Seth R. Atkinson Dey and Third Sts. Phone 247 Compliments of CLARICE FROCK SHOP 221 North Front St. Compliments of A N D Y'S Stop and Shop 111 East Main Street Compliments of The Economy Cut Rate Drug Store 201 MAIN ST. NILES, MICH Leland R. Funk O COMPLIMENTS I Cyrus R. Funk Compliments of E. H. Power Supply Company PLUMBING SUPPLIES Phone 1161 215 N. Ninth St. page ninvlj n QIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIHIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII'S' 2 E R : 2 S 2 5 'Q 5 n , - : g - : : , . E 1 K f - .L .1 , FI C c'H-- : E : : :- F E : 2 5 3 E F E 2 ' R E E E E : E. E 2 Flext Pr Lied Wire E E 5 E Tu E E E 5 E E : : F E .5 Wir .g Lquxpment E E Wirecraft Products 5 2 Fla: spring Steel E NILES MICHIGAN SlllllllIIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIKlllIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIll!IIIIIIIIIlllIUIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIHIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllIlIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllIIIll!!IIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIO puyr 7l,l.Hl'fllf'fll'0 is got by many actions. ii and lost by oney Iewclry and Optical Store See Blackmond The Broadway See Better MARKET - GROCERY 1001 Broadway Ias. L. Madden Rolfe R. Taylor NILES MICHIGAN E l EFFICACIOUS ,Y eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee B eeeee .1 -N5 "Glad to sec you getting in on time these l mornings, Tom," said Bill Mathews, 1307 Eagle St. Phone 730XV Qi "Yes, sir. I'vc got a parrot," said Tom Mc- Ombcr. Il "A parrot? VVhut for? I advised you to get an n alarm Airlie EXNER DAIRY "I did, sir. But after a few mornings I got 3 used to it and failed to wa Q to its ringing. So - 35 P D ' P d t I got ll parrot :ind now ur retiring I hung thc ea XN5 ure any ro uc S alarm clock over his cagv vzikus thc pirmt. .-Xml what the hircl says w1.,il .iruusc 2lllj'lJ0ilj.u Aw CKXDGFI 5 . GIVE HIM TIME 1 1 u can wlup our creani lmputicnt Contributor: 'llrlus thc joke editor Cr ' But you canl beat our got my joke yct?y' Ofhcc Hoy: "Not yet, but ht-'s trying hard." - -Y-f- -if -rrf The Best Always NILES MUTUAL CUT RATE gf the DRUG COMPANY KEWPEE HOTEL g Hamburgs - Barbecues Retail Drugs and Sundries and Chili . . U. S. 31 Telephone 336 Niles, Mich. 103 E. Main St. IESS MARLIN' Pro rietor , P puyfv 71l'Il1'f!f'fIll'1'l .Good win. like Q Good Name, S Compliments STATE BANK 3 OF Nn.Es 1 N N l H Niles, Michigan Compliments of Michigan Mushroom Co. Myron C. Herrick President Snook's Mens Shop C WILSON BROTHERS n , Haberdasher Member Federal Deposit Insurance Y Corporation 418 Main Ready Theater Bldg. HOW INCONSIDERATE A Scotchmun haul been away from home for eleven yours. VVhcn he returned, hc found his hw brothers wearing long bcurnls. "Why the 0 hair?" ho inquirccl of thc group. "Dinn41 yo remember? Ye took the razor lg with ye." ROMAN FRANCIS B- DROLET, Ph- C-a PYOP- Milclrccl: "Shes the sort of 11 Woman who sticks her nose into cvcryonds lvusincssf' Ruth: "Oh, yes wave hcixrrl ol' those rmmin' noses." ' 1960 1905: "Look, look! Theres an auto." 1930: i'Look, look! Theres a horse." 1945: "Look, look! Theres ll pedestrian." 211 TOOT ron CURB SERVICE d W. L. BABBITT Lumber Company C o A L Phones 53 and 54 Niles, Michigan page ninety-four KUGLER RESTAURANT 24-Hour Service 733 N. Sth Sm. NILES, MICHIGAN PESSIMIST .X curtain Senior carries this card in his pocket: 'Kln CIISQ of accitlent this was Clinton XVo1nblc." INVITATION Mrs. Smith was reading it lcttcr nt hrutikfast. Sutltlcnly slit- looked up suspiciously :it her hus- lmntl. "Gco1'gc,l' she suicl, 'Ivo just rt-tt-ivctl at lcttcr from Mother saying she isn't accepting our invi- tation to como and stay, ns wc do not appear to want her. VVhxit does sho moan hy that? I tolzl you to write and say that sho was to come at her own convenience. You clitl write, clicln't lolllfl ., I . Li'-ycs, szucl Ceorgc. "But l-I conltlnl Npvll iL'UIlY0l1lCIICl'.I so l nmclc it 'risk.' " Compliments of Sclwiclc 8: Son G G E N E R A L INSURANCE 0 114 N. Second St. Phone 184 Come Out and See Us HOBART'S Umm! GREENHOUSES South of Main on 15th St. Phone 75 Compliments of NILES AUTO SALES CHEVROLET DEALERS A. F. STOLL L A Y M A N ' S Appliance Store Chic Parisian Maytag Washers Millnery NORGE Ranges Hosiery Refrigerators Lingerie 206 E. Main Street page ninety-fire I l F 5 ,,,,Y, I l 2 2 Producers' r i l 7 l Dairy 1 I SUPERIOR QUALITY Q DAIRY PRODUCTS l Phone 325-W 428 S. Eleventh St I Big Bear Food Mart, Inc. 219 East Main Street Niles, Michigan The Finest Food Store in the City of Niles Everyday Low Prices on Fine Groceries, Meats, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables IN THE LONG RUN Young Coed, Mary Edwards: "Oli, Dad, I've just discovered that the girl who sits next to me in Bio. has a hat exactly like mine." Father: "Su I suppose you want me to buy you a new one?" Mary: 'KWL-ll, that would he cheaper than changing sclmolsf' DANGEROUS A little girl was taken by her father to an old-fashioned church for the first time. She stared for a while open-rnouthed watching the old Highland minister, shut up in a hox pulpit, thumping the liihle in the accepted style and waving his arms like llails. Unable to stand it any longer she whispered tearfully: "Faither, what'll we due if he gets out?" Phone 465 23 N. znd st. It F. D. BUTTS Warm Air Furnaces and General Sheet Metal Work We sell the best and repair the rest NILES MICHIGAN Compliments of Klopfensteiifs Headquarters for "N" SWEATERS FEASER-WHITCOMB, Inc. and COAL-ICE-STOKERS Hart Scliafftier SL Marx 509 Wayne St. Phone 321 Clothes li cccrrrrrrrrrrrrcrc :,:: rcrr rrrrrrr I I I I IIIIIIII page ninety-Uiglzt The Photographic Work in this Book Done by Paul Frank School Photographer Phone Dowagiac 6023 Sister Lakes, Michigan P9 IIIIIIIIIlIIIllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllIlIIIIIllIIIIIllllIllKlllIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIK IIlllIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIllllIIIIIIIIIIUllIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIHIUIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllf n .4 F -4 S -4 F M P nney' 100 0 Values Quality First! No more doubtful values! That's the ultimatum of today's wise shoppers. Penneyis en- dorses this movement. We ut ualit first because it's ood common P q Y 8 3 sense. Our success is built on it. And because we intend to operate for years and years to come--we've no intention now of abandon- ing our rigid standards. Low prices appeal to us, of course. Penney's is always searching them out and pre- senting them to you daily. But-ALWAYS-quality is the distinguishing factor. One hundred per cent is our ideal-and Penney,s values must NEVER fail to measure up to it. J. C. Penney Co., lnc. Niles - - - Michigan rillllllllllllllllllIlllllIKIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIllllllllllIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIK lllllllllIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIlIIIIIIlIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllll-5 age om? I1 umlrf'


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