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Thirty-two years ago the class of 1913 composed
and published the first TATTLER. This year, in keep-
ing with this long-established tradition, the class
of 1944 proudly presents our version of the TATTLER.
ln browsing through its pages you will find pictures
of every person in school, a feature not often found
in a pubication of this type. A photo-record of the
years's activities, many candid snapshots, and car-
toons of our faculty add life to its pages. A page of
portraits of boys, recently in the halls of Niles High,
now in the service of their country, recalls a sub-
ject which is foremost in our minds today-the War.
Evidences of this great struggle can be seen on
all sides in Niles High. The stepped up physical-
fitness program is aimed at preparing the boys for
the rigors of military life. Courses in radio, radio
tech, and aeronautics have a direct bearing on
future careers in the army and navy.
Therefore, this year's publication is not lust
another TATTLERQ it is a permanent record of Niles
High "all out for victory." r
Table of Contents
Dedication ................ .... ..................i...... .-.. 5
Board of Education ...... W 6
Seniors ........................ 1 ....... .--. A
Faculty ............,.rr... ..,.-.-
luniors and Sophomores ....... .... . ,33
Organizations .........r.......... ....---- 4 3
Sports ...v......... -------- 5 5
Productions ............r.............. -------- 6 7
Who's Who in Senior High ...... -------- 7 4
Iunior High School ..........,.....f.V L ------- 77
Whds Who in Iunior High ........ --f----- 3 9
Index ................................... ..... -------- 9 2
Advertisements ..... -------- 9 4
THE CLHSS OF 1944
NILES HIGH SCHOCL
We, the class of l944, proudly dedicate our Tattler to Mr. Ralph S. Lehman.
Mr. Lehman is a graduate ot the University of Michigan, where he received his A. B. and
M, A. degrees. A member of the faculty tor ten years, Mr. Lehman taught typing until two years
ago when he took over the Physics Department and has since added courses in aeronautics,
radio code, and radio tech, which will be of great value to those boys who are going into service.
Mr. Lehman is a man of many interests. He installed our Public Address system throughout
the school, in the auditorium, and in both gyms. He is responsible for the upkeep and running of
this system. At every auditorium program, play, gym show, variety show, and other school func-
tions, and even at football games he is "Iohnny on the spot" to handle the working of the system.
for many years he has taken special pictures tor the Tuttler including those on the "Whos Who"
His pleasing personality and dry sense of humor have won him the respect and admiration
of everyone who knows him.
Heading clockwise in the pictures above, encircling the central portrait, we show him teach-
ing classes in Radio Tech, Physics, and Aeronautics, making hay while the sun shines on his
farm west of Niles and working his way to school tnot through school? after a heavy snow-tall.
ln the triangular insert he shows his versatility by shingling the root of his garage. Next is an
example of his skill as a photographer which graced a previous Tattler and in the last picture he
records vital statistics on the hobby nearest his heart, his tive-year-old daughter, Saraiane.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mrs. T. F. Young
Mr. Frank G. French
Mr. I. Walter Wood
Mr. Paul Blackmond Mr. Lewis I. Krell
The American educational system has un-
dergone several important changes during
the two years since the Iapanese struck at
Pearl Harbor. W'e have witnessed the de-
velopment of and the tremendous expansion
in pre-induction courses. Emphasis has been
placed on the teaching of mathematics, phys-
ics, chemistry, radio, aeronautics, shop work,
English, and physical fitness-for these sub-
jects are of importance to the Army and Navy.
Since August l9, 1942, when the War Man-
power Commission announced that "all able-
bodied male students are destined for the
armed forces," the future education of the
American youth upon reaching his eighteenth
birthday has been in many respects a re-
sponsibility of the Army and the Navy. Many
of the courses for girls have also been
changed to prepare them for their new im-
The administering of this program and the
attending to the great variety of duties, many
of which must be performed daily to keep the
entire system operating efficiently, are my
responsibilities as principal of Niles lunior-
Senior High School.
Under the greatest handicap of any
class in recent years, the 1944 graduating
class has measured up. lt has been a
source of great satisfaction to the faculty
to see members of this class and other re-
cent graduaies meet their new problems
with energy and skill. Their records in the
armed services have been a credit to
themselves and to Niles High School.
NEWTON S. BACON: Western Michigan College of Education, B. S., University ot Michigan, M. S.,
Chemistry and Mathematicsg Tuttle! Advisor
LEMOINE BOGUE: Western Michigan College of Education, A. B.: English
FRANCES BRITTON: Coe College, A. B.: Homemaking
MAIEL CARTER: Michigan State College, B. S.: Hornemaking
BERYLLE CLEVERING: Western Michigan College oi Education: St. Mary's Col-
FLORENCE CRESSWELL: Parson's College, A. B., English
CORNELIA CROWLEY: University of Chicago, Ph. B.: lunior Business and General Mathematics
IUNE DEAL: University of Michigan, B. S.: Commercial
PAUL DEWITT: Western Michigan College of Education, B, S.: Mechanical Drawing
ANNA EITMAN: Drury College, A. B.: B. S., Mathematics
MARIE ENGER: Illinois State Normal, B. E.g University of Illinois, M. A.: English and Iunior High
RUSSELL GEBBY: Western Michigan College of Education, B. S., Industrial Arts
FRANK HAM: Olivet College, A. B.g Physical Education, Basketball Coach, Track Coach
STELLA HEATH: Albion College, A. B.: University oi Colorado, M. A., Social Science
RUTH HOFFMASTER: Michigan State College, Albion College, Western Michigan
College of Education.
DOROTHY B. HOYT: University oi Michigan, A. B., Syracuse University, B. L. S., English and
Senior High School Librarian
A. I. HUTCHINS: Michigan State College, B. S., University ot Michigan, M. A., Mathematics,
General Science, and Arts and Crafts
AUDREY IONES: University of North Dakota, B. S., English and Social Science
MARY IOSEPH: Western Michigan College of Education, B. S., Gregg College, Corn-
LILLIAN KIDDER: Marymount College, A. B., Nebraska University, M. A., English
PAULINE KLOPFENSTEIN: Northwestern University, B. S., English
FRANKLIN LEBAR: Hastings College, A, B., Northwestern University, M. M., Vocal Music
RALPH S. LEHMAN: University ot Michigan, A. B., M. A., Physics, Radio, and Aero-
MARGARET MACDONALD: University'ot Illinois, B. S., Social Science
ROBERT MARKS: DePauw University, A. B., University of Michigan, M. A., So-
cial Science and Boys' Counsellor
WILLIAM E. MATHEWS: University of Michigan, A. B., Social Science
DOROTHY PAYNE: Olivet College, A. B., English
RUSSELL B. PAYNE: Wabash College, A. B., University ot Michigan, M. S., Biology and
Head ot Science Department
MARY IANE PEARSON: University of Illinois, A. B., English
ELIZABETH PHIPPS: Coe College, A. B., Civics
PHYLLIS POE: Olivet College, A. B., Spanish and Civics
LEONA PRIEM: University of Wisconsin, B. A., Mathematics
ALF RASMUSSEN: River Ealls State Teachers' College, Stout Institute, B. S., Printing
RUTH ROCKWELL: University oi Wisconsin, A. B., English
THELMA SMITH: indiana State Teachers' College, B. S., Physical Education
HENRY SOLLMAN: Northwestern University, B, M. E., Instrumental Music
MARIAN SPENCER: North Central College, A. B., Physical Education
ELNORA SPRAGUE: University ot Nebraska, B. S., Physical Education
MARY M. SWAN: Carleton College, A. B., University of Chicago, A. M., English,
Head of English Department
FLORENCE TALBURT: DePauw University, A. B., Latin, Dean oi Cwirls
IRNET E. THOMSON: Columbia University Teachers' College, B, S., M. A., Homemaking
WALTER R. TILLER: Kirksville State Teachers' College, B. S., Wood Shop
LELAND S. WALKER: Kalamazoo College, A. B., University of Notre Dame, M. A., Head
oi Mathematics Department, Tcttler Business Advlsor
LAVERNA WHARTON: Kansas State Teachers' College, A. B., B. S., University ot
Chicago, M. A., Social Science
IOSEPH WHITWAM: University of Illinois, B. S., Columbia University, M. F.,
Physical Education, Director of Athletics, Football and Basketball Coach
CHARLOTTE L. ZINKE: University of Illinois, B. S.p English
DOROTHY BRIDGEN: University oi Michigan, A. B.: English
HANNAH L. ACKERMAN: Bloclgett Hospital, R. N.: University ol Michiganp School Nurse
IRENE POLLACK: Epworth Hospital, R. N.: Assistant School Nurse
MABEL DAVIDSON: McMurray College: Financial Secretary
DORIS GRIEGER: Secretary to Principal
IOHN IOHNSON: School Engineer
Iohn Gillette Bob Steinbauer Iean Iohnson lim Thayer
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Norma Eberhard Bob Gish Beatrice Klute Leon Smith Ioe White
Mr. Bacon Miss Hoyt Mrs. Ioseph Mr. Mathews Mr. Walker
Paul Schaen Charnley Schnoor
RUTH MILDRED ANDERSON: Gym Show, Art Review, Glee Club, Vtariety Show
DON ARNOLD: Football, Basketball, Track, Student Council, Officials Club, Gym Show, Art
Review, Glee Club
RICHARD L. ASMUS: Gym Show
RITA LORRAINE BEDINGER: Gym Show, G. A. A., Honor Roll-one semester
FLAVIOUS L. BENDER: Gym Show, Glee Club
WARREN EUGENE BERRY: Glee Club, Transferred from Washington Clay Hiqh School, 1943
BETTY LOU BLANCHARD: Gym Show, Glee Club
LAVERNE W. BLANK: Football, Track, Band Bounce, Gym Show
CATHERINE M. BOLLER: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Ushers Club
RICHARD BORSOS: Debate, Gym Show, lunior Play, Honor Roll---six semesters
BARBARA IEAN BROCKWAY: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, G. A. A.
OUIDABON BROWN: Transferred from Portland, Indiana, l944
BERTHA A. BRUCE: Student Council, Gym Show l
IANICE Y. BRUNK: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
VIVIAN ELAINE BULLEN: Choir, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Melody
DONALD A. BURGE: Gym Show
ELDON F. BURROUGHS: Honor Roll two semesters
GERALDINE BURROUGHS: Glee Club, Transferred from Griclley, lllinois, l943
ROBERT D. BURTON: Gym Show, Honor Roll-one semester
EDWARD L. CHAMPION: Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Senior Play, Trans-
ferred from Coral Gables, Florida, l943
BARBARA ANN CHESTER: Art Review, Honor Roll -one semester
KARL FREDERICK COOK: Football, Student Council, Officials Club, Gym Show, Art Review,
Senior Play, Tcxttler Staff
SHIRLEY IUNE COX: Band, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
IEAN E. CROSS
VELMA L. CROUCH: Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, Glee Club, Variety
ROBERT IUNIOR CUTLER: Football, Basketball, lunior Class Vice-President, Choir, Student Council,
Otticials Club, Gym Show, Art Review, Senior Play, Glee Club, Tuttle: Staff, Iunior Red Cross
MARY A. DAVIS: Gym Show, Art Review, Glee Club, Variety Show
RUTH I. DAY: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
WILLIAM DEPOY: Gym Show
IOHN DICKESON: Glee Club, Choir
ELEANOR LOIS DICKEY: Gym Show, Glee Club
MARGARET L. DONHAHUE: Debate, Gym Show, Glee Club
GOLDIE L. DUMAS: Choir, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
IUNE E. DUMOND: Gym Show, Glee Club
NORMA IEAN EBERHARD: Debate, Band, Student Council, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Tcrlller
Staff, Honor Roll-seven semesters
DARWIN G. ELLEDGE: Football, Officials Club, Gym Show, Glee Club
DOLORES M. ELLEDGE: Gym Show, Art Review, Ushers Club
GEORGE IR. FEDORE: Officials Club, Gym Show
HAROLD FINLEY: Football, Basketball, Officials Club, Glee Club, Variety Show, Gym Show
MARGARET R. FORBES: Gym Show, Art Review, Glee Club
CYNTHIA I. FORGASH: Debate, Gym Show, Art Review, Senior Play, Glee Club,
VIRGINIA LOUISE FRENCH: lunior Class Secretary, Choir, Student Council, Band
Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, Senior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show, G.A.A.,
Tattler Staff, Honor Roll five semesters, Sextette
ANNA F. FRUCCI: Gym Show, Glee Club
ELLEN IANE FUNK: Orchestra, Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
IOHN W. GILLETTE: Football, Track, Iunior Class President, Senior Class President,
Student Council, Officials Club, Gym Show, Tattler Staff, Honor Roll-tour semesters
ROBERT WAYNE GISH: Football, Debate, Student Council, Officials Club, Gym
Show, lunior Play, Glee Club
DALE GLOSSENGER: Gym Show
ROBERT V. GOLDAMMER: Choir, Gym Show, Honor Roll-two semesters
DONNA IEAN GOODLING: Glee Club, Variety Show, Honor Roll---one semester
SHIRLEY IRENE GOODLING: Choir, Gym Show, Senior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show,
Tattler Staff, Honor Roll-tour semesters
THELMA MAY GOODMAN: Glee Club, Honor Rollfthree semesters
IOHN GRAHAM: Football, Basketball, Gym Show
ELIZABETH M. GRATHWOHL: Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety
Show, Honor Roll-three semesters
ALICE LORRAINE GRAY: Ushers Club, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Melody
WILLIAM IOSEPH GREGOR: Track, Choir, Gym Show, Senior Play, Glee Club, Variety
Show, Tuttle: Staff, Honor Roll'-one semester
DAVID FRANK GRIFFEE: Band, Band Bounce, Gym Show
PHIL HADSELL: Choir, Officials Club, Gym Show, Art Review, Senior Play
Glee Club, Variety Show, lunior Red Cross, Tctller Staff, Game Assistants
Bleaclier Squad, Band Bounce
LOIS JEAN HAHN: Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety
slow, Honor Roll-two semesters, Sextette
BEATRICE NORA HALEY: Gym Show, Glee Club, Honor' Rollfone semester
ROBERT IAMES HAMILTON: Track, Band, Band Bounce, Gym Show
ROBERT EDWARD HANCOCK: Golf
PEGGY HARPER: Choir, Student Council, Gym Show, Senior Play, lunior Play,
Glee Club, Variety Show
HANBY PAULINE HASS: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
WILLIAM LEROY HASSINGER: Gym Show
PATRICIA DELLE HAVILAND: Student Council, Gym Show
MARIAN EDITH HAWKEN: Honor Roll-seven semesters
RICHARD HENDERSON: Student Council, Officials Club, Gym Show, Glee Club,
Variety Show, Tattler Staff
IAMES F. HIATT: Band, Student Council, Band Bounce, Gym Show
C. BENNETTT HILL: Gym Show
BETSY IONA HIPSHIER: Gym Show
MARIE IAMESON: Band, Orchestra, Choir, Bancl Bounce, Transferred from Coleman,
JANET LOUISE IERUE: Gym Show
IEAN IOHNSON: Senior Class Secretary, Choir, Student Council, Gym Show, lunior Play, Glee
Club, Variety Show, Honor Roll-V one semester
DORLENE MAE IONES: Choir, Gym Show, Honor Roll-two semesters
MARIORIE IONES: Gym Show
CECILY KANE: Gym Show, Glee Club, Honor Roll three semesters
KENT S. KASER: Debate, Gym Show
VIRGINIA M. KAUFMAN: Choir, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, G. A. A., Transferred
from Battle Creek, l94l
PATRICIA ANN KELI.: Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety
Show, G.A.A., Sextette, Ir. Librarian, Honor Roll--two semesters
CLARA I. KLIMEK: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
WESLEY KLOKO: Football, Choir, Gym Show, Glee Club
BEATRICE IRENE KLUTE: Student Council, Gym Show, Iunior Play, Honor Roll-A
BETTY LOU KNAPP: Band Bounce, Gym Show, Iunior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show, Ushers Club,
Honor Roll---two semesters
RAYMOND E. KNAUF: Gym Show
DELLA IOAN KOONTZ: Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, Iunior Play, Glee
Club, Variety Show, Tattler Staff, Honor Roll-two semesters
MARTHA KRAUSE: Gym Show, Tattler Staff, Honor Roll--seven semesters
IOHN LABERTEAUX: Basketball, Gym Show
PATRICIA IOAN LAKE: Choir, Gym Show, Art Review, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety Shcw
MARGARETTE A. LOOSE: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
BETTY IEAN LUNDBERG: Gym Show
SUSANNE H. MAKOWSKI: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
MARY LEE MARLIN: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Cheer Leader
MADELON E. MARTIN: Choir, Gym Show, Senior Play, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show
Melody Oueen's Court
IEAN M. MCINTIRE: Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Sextette
BONNIE MILLER: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, llonor Roll -one semester
MAE ADELL MILLER: Glee Club, Honor Roll- tour semesters
SHIRLEY MILLER: Gym Show Glee Club Variet Sh H
, , y ow, onor Roll-two semes-
STANLEY MITCHELL: Football, Gym Show
MARY ANN MOLICA: Gym Show, Glee Club
IERRY B. MONEHAN: F
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Show, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show
GERTRUDE E. M
ootball, Basketball Choir Officials Club Band Bounce G
OYER: Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review
OMER OTIS OAKS: Officials Club, Gym Show, Senior Play, lunior Play, Glee Club
TREVA MARGUARETTE ORT: Student Council, Gym Show
DONNA YVONNE PALMER: Art Review, Glee Club, Transferred from Evansville, Indiana
WILLIAM I. PAYNE: Officials Club, Gym Show
ETHEL M. PERRY: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Transferred from Edwards-
burq, Michiqan, 1942
IOY LOUISE PETERS: Debate, Band, Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Be-
view, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show, Honor Roll-V four semesters
THEODORE I'I. PETERSON: lunior Class Treasurer, Student Council, Gym Show, Tennis
IANET POLLOCK: Honor Roll-two semesters
IACK H. POWRIE: Band, Orchestra, Student Council, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Variety
DONALD L. PRIEST: Gym Show
RICHARD KEITH PRINCE: Band, Orchestra, Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee
Club, Variety Show
SAMMY PULLANO: Band, Orchestra, Choir, Student Council, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club,
MARY ALYCE RADKA: Gym Show
RUTH VIRGINIA RAIH: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
CHARLES RAYMOND RAMSBY: Band, Gym Show, Variety Show
IOHN EDWARD REID: Officials Club, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
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SHIRLEY M. REIDENBACH: Choir, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
IACK EMIL RENNER: Gym Show
ROBERT ALLEN RICKS: Band, Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Snow, lunior Play, Glee Club,
Variety Show, Octet, Tattier Stfrft, Honor Roll-four semesters
ROBERT H RISTAU' Band Orchestra Choir Stud nt C l
. . , , , e ounci, Band Bounce, Gym
Show, Art Review
WILLIAM ROBERT ROSSOW: Debate, Student Council, Gym Sliow, Art Review,
Iunior Play, Honor Roll-tour semesters
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Show, Stage Craft Club, Projector Operator, Octet
N DICKSON BUTTER: Track Manager, Choir, Gym Show Art Review Glee Club V r' t
ARMAN IVAN RYOR: Gym Show
BERNADINE A. SALLACK: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Honor Roll-one semester
PAUL RICHARD SCHAEN: Deb
Game Assistant, Honor Roll-seven semesters
MARGARET I. SCHLOSSER:
ate, Staqe Crait, Projector Operator, Tultler Staff,
CHARNLE , , , u ,
Variety Show, Sextette, Tattler Staff, Honor Roll-eight semesters
Y DARDENELLE SCHNOOR: Choir, Band Bounce Gym Show Art Review Glee Cl b
IOAN MARIE SHIRK: Honor Roll-eseven semesters
DORIS E. SHORT: Student Council, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
LEON I. SMITH: Band, Orchestra, Student Council Band Bounce Gym Show Variet
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Show, Honor Roll-one semester
ROBERT LEE SMITH: Transferred from Muskegon, Michigan, l942
HAZEL M. SNOUWAERT: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
KATHERINE C. STEIGELY: Debate, Gym Show, G. A. A., Honor Roll' seven semesters
ROBERT A. STEINBAUER: Football, Debate, Senior Class Vice-President, Band, Student
Council, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Honor Roll 'five semesters
IAMES H. STEINER: Gym Show, Glee Club
RICHARD HENRY STRAUSS: Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Gym Show
MARILYNN I. SUSS: Gym Show, Tuttler Staff, Honor Roll -three semesters, Transferred from South
Fiend, lndiana, l942
IAMES A. THAYER: Senior Class Treasurer, Student Council, Officials Club, Gym Show, Glee
KENNETH A. TIBBS: Football, Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club,
IAMES D. TICKFER
IMOGENE TRAVICK: Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Gym Show, G. A. A., Tennis
DVVIGHT LAVERNE TRUESCHEL: Choir, Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show, Honor Roll-one
EUNICE MAE TUESLEY: Gym Show, Ushers Club
STANLEY VAN GILDER: Football, Track, Gym Show, Glee Club
IOE VAN LUE: Officials Club, Gym Show, Game Assistant
ROBERT M. VINING: Glee Club
FRED VOLLMAN: Officials Club, Gym Show, Game Assistant
IULANE A. WAITE: Honor Roll-one semester
IOAN CAROLYN WALKER: Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, lunior Play,
Glee Club, Variety Show, Game Assistant
W. KEITH WALTER: Gym Show, Glee Club
ROBERT A. WALTERS: Officials Club, Gym Show
CLARE EUGENE WEBBER: Gym Show
RUTH LUCILLE WELSH: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
DOROTHY RUTH WELSHER: Band, Orchestra, Choir, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Glee Club,
Variety Show, Honor Roll-three semesters
IOSEPH BERNARD WHITE: Football, Choir, Student Gouncil, Officials Club, Band
Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, Senior Play, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety Show,
Bleacher Squad, Tattler Staff
GENEVIEVE E. WICKLER: Gym Show, Honor Roll-two semesters
IOYCE A. WINGEART: Student Council, Gym Show, Glee Club, G. A. A., Game Assistant, Honor
ALLAN D. WITHAM: Choir, Student Council, Band Bounce, Gym Show, Art Review, Iunior
Play, Glee Club, Variety Show, Game Assistant
WINIFRED I. WOOD: Gym Show
IOHN C. WORRELL: Football, Student Council, Officials Club, Gym Show, Senior
Play, Glee Club, Game Assistant
KATHERINE BERNIECE YOUNG: Gym Show, Glee Club, Variety Show
LELAND F. YOUNG: Choir, Officials Club, Gym Show, Glee Club
LEONA YOUNG: Gym Show
LOIS IEAN YOUNG: Glee Club
DORIS E. ZECHLIN: Student Council, Gym Show, lunior Play, Glee Club, Variety
Show, Game Assistant, Honor Roll -two semesiers
DONALD S. ZORDEL: Basketball, Oflicials Club, Gym Show, Game Assistant
IRMA IEAN HARTMAN: Gym Show, Glee Club fno picturel
Eugene VanDusen: U. S. Army Wallace Hipshier: U. S. Army Air Forces
Dale Richev: U. S. Armv Samuel Gillette: U. S. Army
lim Bacon: U. S. Army Robert Etzcorn: U. S. Army Air Forces
Niles Stewart: U. S. Novv Bruce Schaber: U. S. Armv Air Forces
Marvin Ruetz: U. S. Army Air Forces Vlfalter Neese: U. S. Army Air Forces
Ierry Smith: U. S. Ax-mv Air Forces
lack Manders: U. S. Marine Corps
Iordcm Gault: U. S. Navy
LaVerne Helt: U. S. Army
These are the boys who would have been members of the Class of l944,
had the war not intervened. We honor them for their patriotism and the best
Wishes oi our entire school qo out to them Wherever they may be.
IOHN GILLETTE: As Editor-in-Chief he bossed the job.
MARILYNN SUSS: She divided the typing duties with Martha Krause and helped on every
part of the book.
IOE WHITE: He wrote sports, compiled statistics, and kept the staff in a good humor.
MARTHA KRAUSE: She did her share of the typing and had a part in every staff
KARL COOK: Another sports writer and general handy man.
VIRGINIA FRENCH: She drew the cartoons and designed the Ex Libris plate and cover.
PHIL HADSELL: He helped with the writing and did most oi the publicity.
IANET RICE: The only lunior on the production staff, she handled the "Who's Who" de-
tails almost single-handed and made herself generally useful.
PAUL SCHAEN: Under his direction as Managing Editor the business staff broke all
records for Tattler subscriptions and advertising sales.
CHARNLEY SCHNOOR: She scheduled nearly two hundred picture appointments
and supervised the mounting of pictures. Because of her, Mr. Frank was able
to take over sixty group pictures in only one day's shooting.
BOB CUTLER: He helped with the publicity campaign.
BILL GREGOR: He canvassed the town in search of advertisers. tSuccessfully, too.J
BOB RICKS: His glib tongue persuaded advertisers that they needed space in our book.
DICK HENDERSON: He topped all other salesmen in volume of advertising sold.
GEORGE DELPIRE: Cno picture? Utility man. Always around and always busy.
Mr. Walker, as usual, kept an eagle eye on the finances, signed all contracts, and saw to it
that the business staff functioned smoothly. Mr. Bacon looked after the production end of the
HBACKWARD, TURN BACKWARD. OH TIME-"
On this and the two following page-s we present the members of the class of I944 as they ap-
peared in l040, micl-way through their junior High careers. See how many you can recognize without
referring to the names beneath the pictures.
MISS CInEVERIN'G'S ADVISORY-9B
Fourth Row: Leroy Fowler. Wallace Bowerman, Kenneth Albin, Vvalter Goodline. john Dickeson,
Donald Adams, Bennett Hill, Robert liemminger, Harold Finley, jordan Gault
Third Row: Donald Hartline, Archie Barkman, Harry Cole, Tonimy Humphreys, Calvin Bonner, Ted
llinklc, Duane Fisher, jack Byrne, Donald Burge, Vondell Goldammer, Richard Borsos
Second Rcw: Velma Crouch, Annabelle Hansen, Patricia Haviland, Donna Goodling, Muriel Gorton,
Betty Dads, Frances Frucci, Richard Asmus, john Graham
Front Row: Barbara Chester, Vivian Bullen, Shirley Fredericks, Fayetta Grahl, Miss Clevering, l,ois
jean Hahn. Betty Dixon, Goldie Dumas, Theda Mae Green
MR. BRADI'II!LD'S ADVISORY-9B
Fourth Row: Kenneth Tibbs, Marvin Ruetz, Frank Long, john Laberteau, Stanley Van Gilder, jerry
Smith, George Natusko, Leland Young, Edwin Ridinger
Third Row: john Syson, Robert Steinbauer, jack Powrie, Roger Peterson. Grover Smith, Ben Molina,
Glenn Mathews, Robert Risteau, Ted Peterson, Leon Smith
Second Row: Bernieee Pollock, Florence S, Skinner, julane Waite, joan jenkins, Mary Alice Radka
Druisells Wiedenback, Dorothy Welsher, jack Priest, Robert Vining
Front Row: Evelyn Morrose, june Riley, Ramell McNeal. Imogene Travick, lVlr. Brariheld, Amanda
Righter, janyce Smith, Charnley Schnoor. Norma Nichols
MR. BAI.AS'S ADVISORY--SA
Fcurth Row: Calvin Cross, Darwin Elleclge. Robert Etzcorn, Charles Brown, Robert Adams, LaVerne
Blank, Bill DePoy, Keith Arbuckle
Third Row: Martha Bigger, Bonnie Brunk, Barbara Brockway, Eleanor Dickey, Eva Bisko, Delores
Elledge, Donald Elledge, Donald Arnold, Richard Carnes
Seccnd Row: Edith Brewster, june Dumond, Norma jean Eberhard, Margaret Donahue, Bernice Alf
bin, Norma jean Albright, Marian Eckert
Front Row: Betty Lou Blanchard, Mildred Clark, Donna Curtis, Mr. Balas, Bob Cutler. Ruth Al'
bright, May Davis
MISS BACHMIANUS ADVISORY-8A
Back Row: Donald Harrold, Clarence Goodman, Donald Gilbert, Marvin johnson, Theron llessey
Vlfilliam Gregor, james Hiatt, Robert Gish, Paul Cerold
Third Row: Clayton Hemphill, Robert Herrick. Wallace Hipshear, Robert Hancock, Walter lamerson
Billy Gillispie, Wilbur Ganger, Billy Hassinger, john johnson
Senund Row: Irma jean Hartman, Peggy Harper, jean johnson, Margaret Forbes, Cynthia Forgash
Dcrlene jones, Lorraine Gray, Ellen jane Funk, Dorothy Hapner
Front Row: Beatrice Haley, Barbara Harrell, Florence Henry, Marion Hawken, Miss Bachman. Vir
ginia French, Shirley Coodling, David Griffee
MRS. KLOPI'ENS'.'l.'EIN'S ADVISORY-SA
Fourth Row: Bill Kater, james Martin, William Krisher, Stanley Mitchell, Charles Ramsbv, Robert
Pavne, Viffesley Kloko, Bruce Miner, ,lack Mander, Donald Priest
Third Row: Bonnie Mae Miller, jean Melntyre. Loretta Purdy, Louise Orrick, Shirley Riedenback,
' K P bl , jack Parker john Porsoska, Omar Oaks William Payne
Sieve Koziatek, enton ee es , Q ,
Sccord Row: Margaret Loose, Nora Makepeace, Susanne Makowski, Ruby Randall, joy Peters, Treva
Ort, Dorothy Nafe, Betty Lundberg, Mary Molica
Front Row: Betty Lou Knapp, janet Pollock, Beatrice Klute. Mrs, Klopfenstein, Mary Lee Marlin.
Patty jo Lake, Della Koontz, Patricia Kell
MR. SMITH'S ADVISORY--8A
Fourth Row: jimmy Thayer, Chrissie Schrader, Tom Stratton, Niles Stewart, james Tickfer, Donald
Znrclell, Dickeson Rutter, Robert Walters, Keith Walters
Third Row: Benny Wolfinger, Bob Storms, Bruce Schaber, William Thomas, Robert Ricks. Bill Ros-
sow, jimmy Steiner, Betty jean Syson, Lorraine Smith, Mildred Sonnenleiter'
Second Row: Kathryn Steigely, Anna Willard, Winnefred Wood, Joyce Wingeart, joan Walker,
Genevieve Wickler, Eunice Yasel, Katherine Wogoman
' ' ' Z hl' M . Smith, Dale Witham, joe
Front Row: Leona Young, Patty Zlelinski, Doris Short, Doris ec in, r
White, John Worrell
This page we humbly dedicate to those brave sons ot Niles High School
who have given their lives for our country. May we be ever mindful ot their
heroic sacrifice. Their names shall live as long as men cherish the ideals of
courage, loyalty and unswerving devotion to duty.
Frederick P. Amon
'William G. Halstead
William T. Owen
George H. Miller
Richard H. Strong
Juniors and Sonhomores
Charlotte Hess, Secretory Iohn Rodgers, Treasurer
MR. G'EBBY'S ADVISORY-11A
Fourth Row: Darvin Anstiss, Benny Abbott. Richard Carey, john Crocker, Leon Asmus. F11 Bohm.
Bill Cashbaugh. james Cooney, junior Calder
Third Row: Paul Cooper., Bill Coquillard, Arthur Bowman, john Clark. Clarence Britton. Warren
Armstrong, Vlfilson Carpenter, Percy Bosler. Norman Allen
Scrond Row: Eleanor Curtis, Marjorie Burligham, Sally Atkinson. Charlotte Coleman, Mary jane
Crouch, Elisabeth Borsos, Anna Mae Carlson, joyce Barthel, josephine Casey
Front Row: Iris Cooper, Barbara Adams. joan Cooper, Mary Louise Britton, Mr. Cebbv, Audrey
Burrows, Marilyn Brockway, Clara Adams
MISS KIDDERNS ADVISORY--11A
Fourth Row: john Foster, Kenton Fisher, Daniel Drolet, Virgil Felhauer, Stanley lfarr. Charles
Dreibelhis, W'ard Deutscher
Third Row: William French, Tony Frucci, Eugene Fullbright, Herbert Forbes, Robert Fisher, Williixvii
Second Row: Lugene Davis, Dorothy Dorn, Donna Domer. Leota june Frry, Margaret Frost, Leonora
Fisher. Mary jane Fox, Anne Frucei
Finnt Row: Betty jane Gould, Ruth Dick, Marilyn French, Miss Kidder, janet Erickson, Margaret
Cogley. joyce Gentry
MR. LEH1VIAN'S ADVISORY-11A
Fourth Row: Clifford jackson, Robert King, Rodney
jack Hand, Russell Cunder, Frank jackson
Third Row: Bernard Huff, Nony Johnston, Lucille Kesick
Second Row: Elsie juhasz. Darlene jones, Virginia
I-'mneine Klingler. Barbara Hatfield
Front Row: Betty Lou Hinkle, jacqueline Huber, Helen
Hessey, Robert Graham, Robert johnson,
, Anita jones. Bernadette Knoll, Eugene Kools
Herman, Dorothy Hartranft, Marv Krell,
Haley, Mr. Lehman, Geraldine Hill, Beatrice
llammon, Charlotte Hess
MISS WHARTON'S ADVISORY-11A
Fourth Row: Alden Miller, Camden Miars, Allen Miller, Ed O'Toole. jack Maurer, Charles Lunger,
Third Row: Leon Laws, Richard MeQuaid, Louis McCrory, joan Morse, Mary Moyer, Melvina Ort
Second Row: Virginia Marizita, Nanette Martinsen, Mary jo Mack, Victoria Mcliienzie, Gertrude
First Row: Mary Ann Lepel. Esther Olinghouse. Miss Wharton, Phyliss Olinghouse, Madclvn Laws
MISS SWAN"S ADVISORY-11A
Fourth Row: Eugene Peacock, Dick Rayburn. john Rodgers, Louis Peters, Tom Prenkert, Arthur
Regenos, Elias Sager, Edward Schadler, Gordon Quick, joe Schmueser
Third Row: Raymond Parker, Russell Queen, jack Schweinzger, jack Parker, Denver Pointer, Lloyd
Rooks, George Poscharscky, Paul Peterson
Second Row: Barbara. Schaber, Pat Schrumpf, Bonnie Schnoor, Marcia Pedersen, Louise Posthumus.
Geraldine Rubin, Dorothy Rouse, Virginia Schrader
Front Row: Clara Schaen, Eleanor Parker, Betty Petersen, Miss Swan, Ruth Richardson, Barbara
Robbins, janet Rice
MISS TALBURT'S ADVISORY-11A
Fourth Row: Wesley' Tonl-tin. Bob Wood, Bob Williams, john Wegner, Gene Vargo, Bob Statler,
Dave VVetmore, john Wolf W
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Third Row: Danny Williams, Dlck VanTuyl, Bill Skalla, Lois Zimmerman, Luella Thompson, a ter
Wilson, Lewis Webster, Gene Southworth
Second Row: Mary Zordell, Edna Vetter, jerry Trussell, Nancy Toney, janet Wittniack, Alice Singer,
Zeta Zerr, Mildred W'olter
First Row: Mary Louise Tickfer, jean Sittler, Suzanna Taylor, Miss Talburt. Rhea Warren, Oneta
Smeltzer, Mary Smith
MR. RASMUSSEN'S ADVISORY-11B
Fifth Row: Robert Sheeler, Robert Bonner, Verlin Davis, Eugene Cannady, Richard jones, Verlin
Zimmerman, David Korman, Oris Aldrich, Duane Asmus
Fourth Row: Henry Martin, Frank Travick, Lyle Etzcorn, Nathan Rayburn, Louis Meyer, Robert
Burge, jerry johnson. Duane Cusick
Third Row: Donald Pears, james Crocker, Bill Eggleston, Barbara johnson, Betty jo Medders, jean
Otluwski, Beverly Donnelly, Joyce Seeberger, Mary Louise Hess
Second Row: Betty Geishert, Virginia Goodman, Patricia Baker, Mary Lowe, Betty Deibler, Shirley
Blank, Beverly VUellingham, Esther Bruce
Front Row: Marion Walker. Alice Cano, Elaine Rutherford, Mr. Rasmussen, Jennie Thomas, Bette
Rae Eberhard, Charlene Cates
MR. DEWITT'S ADVISORY-10A
Fourth Row: Bob Bosler, Gene Adams, Paul Binns, Dale Barber, Norman Arnold, Harold Bradheld,
lltlgh Anderson, William Barthel
Third Row: Charles Bath, Robert Adler, Ruth Burns. Eloise Briggs, Charlene Easso, Gerald Brown,
Rienholdt Atlergott, Ralph Boersoma
Second Row: Marilyn Bailey, Phyllis Berry, Norma Bates, joan Albaugh, Mary Ann Beehler, jac
qucline Anderson, Mary Catherine Bechtel
Front Row: Evelyn Burge, Mary Burdue, Mr. DeWitt, Betty Baily, Barbara Brodie, Betty Brumfield
Not in picture: Peter Blanta, joan Albright
MISS DEATHS ADVISURY-10A
Fturth Row: Daniel Culp, Fred Clubb, Albert Conover, Edward Fife, Eugene Fender, Leonard Corey,
Third Row: Dick Callahan, Phyllis Cochran, joyce Clark, George Delpire, Robert Cr-ipe, Richardhfain
Second Row: Mary Dickey, Frances Cain, jewel Crouch, Marjorie Cusick, Elanor Fisher, loan Forlvr
Front Row: Arthur Coleman, Robert Forgash, Miss Deal, Eunice Cox, Doris Fitz, Eloise DePov
MISS JONES'S ADVISORY-10A
Fourth Row: Richard Graham, Ronald Gosline, james Green, Richard Hart, VVilliam Griffin, jack
llipshier, Lee Frame, Eugene Gorton, joe Grathwohl
Third Row: William Gombosi. Raymond Hockmuth, joe Funk, Leo Grathwohl, Roy Gulbranson,
Herbert Havens. lrene Griechen, Barbara Hintz ,
Sc-cond Row: Beatrice Grinage, Pauline Hoisington, Betty Hahn, ldamae Gillette, joan llofhnan,
Carolyn Gulbranson, Barbara Gosline, Beverly Herman
A - - ' a -. ll'b
Front Row: Marilyn llandshaw, joan Geiger, lrene llipshier, Miss jones, Gladys Howell, Arlvxe 1 nar.
Not in Picture: Luther Harrell Eugene llill. jim Gillette, Mary jane Gay
MR. PAYNIFS ADVISORY-10A
Frurth Row: Ted Lundgren, Clennard Kenfield, Edward Martin, Robert johnson, Williarri Hradel,
Dick Krater, Donald Huston, William Huber, Rex McCombs
Third Row: james Hunziker, Harold Kaufman, Donald Morris, james King, Betty McBride, Florence
Mulsch, Lillian Merritt, Christine johnson
Second Row: William Leonard, Barbara Mellon. Mary McLaughlin, Norma Mendel, Mary Linsenmier,
Peggy Kuebli, Betty Luke, Marian jones
Front Row: Delcie johnson, Dorothy Lundberg, Norma Mitchell, Mr. Payne, Marilyn Moore, Virginia
llunt, Patricia Kools
MISS THOMSON'S ADVISORY-10A
Fourth Row: Stanley Radewald, Milo Ruetz, Bill Rogers, Charles Niels. john Skalla, Harold Shields,
Third Row: Dick Noble, Francis Norris, Sally Roberts, Flora Riddle, julia Orias, Frances Snouwaert
Second Row. Gay Leo Secor, Louise Ort, joyce Springsteen, Dorothy Schanbacher, Margaret Oling
hc rise, lrene Schadler
Front Row: Edith Perry. Patricia Righter, Miss Thomson, lona Runnels, Kathryn Rogers
MRS. ZINKE'S ADVISORY-10A
Fourth Row: Paul Winquist, john Starck, Garland Stanley, jack Vlfeiler, Fred Stoops, jack Nxfelsher,
Third Row: Marjorie Arlene Young. Mary Ellen Vore, Norma Webber, Betty Wages, Patricia Steigely,
Rosemary Whiteside, Marjorie Ann Young
Second Row: Barbara Williams, Norma Vernon, Norma Stafford, Eleanor Yaw, Phvllis Steere,
Front Row: Duane Ullrey, Vivian Williams, Mrs. Zinke, Mary Alice Wolf, joyce Wilkinson
MISS POE'S ADVISORY-10B
Fourth Row: john Hesser, Paul Grahl, john Downey, Stephen Blackmond. Charles Donaldson,
Dennis Dunnivan, Norman Cross
Third Row: Ethel Eldridge, Charles Eden, Donald Duis, jack Cox, Fred Cribbs, joan Carlson, Helen
Second Row: Phyllis Grieffe, Doris Hulett, Ernestine Everman. Adamureene Hassinger, Gloria Baird,
Elaine Best A
Front Row: Margaret Ditlmar, joan Colcord, Miss Poe, Betty Donley, Mary jane l'rucci
MISS BRITTINUS ADVISORY-10B
Fourth Row: jack Vogelsang, Boyd Prater, Dick Wadel, Melvin Knapp, Bill Lagoni, Tom Saratore
Third Row: Wanda Weaver, Chester Stokely, Donald Wallace, Rodger Tibbs, Frank Jeffries
Second Row: jean Siebert, Josephine McKienzie, Norma Salisbury, joan Merrill, Jacqueline Langston,
Front Row: Mildred Knapp, Evelyn Marlin, Nancy Robinson, Charlene jeffries, Sue Reum
Miss Poe's ciass sweetens Spanish with song. Here they are about to open
those Spanish sonq hooks and warbie.
"Man may work from sun to sun, but Womans work is never done."
Miss Thomson instructs one oi her home economic ciasses in the art ot keeping
the home tires burning.
SENIOR HIGH BAND
Fifth Row: lienry Martin, Barbara Smith, Beatrice Wanko, Norma Bates, Leon Smith, Ed Champion,
Jack Powrie, Bob Steinbauer, jerry Trussell, Charles Albin, -lack Welsher, Norma Vernon. Williani
Fourth Row: jack Bunbury, Mickey fierce, Charles Van Arman, Richard Prince. Robert Hamilton,
Richard Strauss, Clifford jackson, Garland Stanley, Bob Wood, Ward Deutscher, Ronald Gosline, Bill
Rogers, Mr. Sollman
Third Row: Forrest Mills, Burton llurlbutt, Robert Smith, Verlin Davis, Bob Ristau, Norman Cross,
Bill Eggleston. Charles Bath, Hugh Anderson, Leonard Corev, David Griffee, Bill Leonard
Si-cond Row: Barbara Robbins, Norma ljberharcl, Mary Faith Chambers, Virginia Warfl, Eva Sweis
berger, joan Carlson, Pauline lloisington, Anna May Carlson, Max Depoy, Sam Pullano
First Row: Marie jameson, Elaine Rutherford, Margaret Frost, joy Peters, Barbara Brodie, Bob
Forgash, Dan Drolet, Marjorie Cusick. Delcie johnson, Marion Wzalker, Mary Lowe
Cn March l7, l944, the band and orchestra gave their second annual con-
cert sponsored by the lnstrumental Music League.
This year the concert teatured student conductors. The tirst among these
was Sam Pullano under Whose direction the band played "The Thundererf' a
march by lohn Philip Sousa. The second number on the program was an over-
ture, "Poet and Peasant," by F. Von Suppe, under the direction of Henry C.
Sollman, the regular conductor. Pauline Hoisington conducted the next number,
"Cinemaland Parade," by Clarence Wheeler. Then under the baton oi Bob
Ristau the band played "l Love a Parade" by Harold Arlen.
The Manhattans, whose picture appears on page 76, Were teatured next
on the program by playing modern dance selections.
Under the direction ot Mr. LeBar the boys' octet sang "Men ot the Merchant
Marine," by Fred Waring and lack Dolph and "Ay, ay, ay," arranged by
The orchestra appeared next with Leon Smith conducting the first number,
"Gipsy Overture," by Merle l. lsaac. "Spiritual Negreu and "Song ot lndia"
arranged by Dave Bennet and played by the orchestra under the direction ot
Henry C. Sollman completed the program.
The Winter concert closed with the playing of the Star Spangled Banner.
TWENTIETH ANNUAL BAND BOUNCE
Vivian Charlotte Hess Mcxdelyn
Bullen Melody Queen Martin
The Twentieth Annual Band Bounce was presented on April 13 and 14 by
the Instrumental Music Department under the direction of Mr. Henry C. Soil-
The program was in the form of a radio script, with loseph White making
the introduction and Bobert Cutler acting as announcer. The Iunior Band op-
ened the program by playing the "Interstate" march, accompanied by two
groups of baton twirlers. Their next selection, an overture, was followed by a
clarinet quartet playing "Variations on a Theme by Mozart." They concluded
their part of the program with "Salute to the Laurelsf'
Mr. LeBar's girls' sextette sang two numbers, "Take loy Home" and "In the
Still of the Night." These were followed by a double quartette singing "Wyn-
ken, Blynken, and Nod," with Pat Kell as soloist.
The Senior Band opened their part of the program by playing "The Niles
Loyalty Song" which was followed by "Hymn of the Soviet Union" and Flan-
dria." A triple trio under Miss Poe's direction sang two numbers, "Amaryllis"
and "My Shining Hour" as a fitting introduction to the highlight of the evening,
tne presentation of the Melody Queen, Miss Charlotte Hess, and her ladies-in-
waiting, Madelon Martin and Vivian Bullen. They were introduced by Mr.
Bacon. After the presentation V-of gifts by the Instrumental Music Department
they were escorted to their seats of honor at the foot of the stage.
Then Senior Band continued the program by playing some of the top songs
from the hit musical "Oklahoma" This was followed by "Bill Board March"
featuring baton twirlers, Ioy Peters, Margaret Frost, and Marjorie Cusick. One
of the most popular numbers of the evening, "She'll be Comin' Bound the
Mountain," was presented next. lt was broken up into different ways and
forms in which it could be played, such as, the "Spirit of '76," Elephants, Gar-
den Beets, and Bugles.
As a tribute to the men both present and absent in the armed forces of the
country, a medley of service songs was presented. Then all the service men in
the audience were asked to come up on the stage during the playing of "The
Air Corps March."
The program was concluded by the playing of the "National Anthem."
' page forty-fit-.'
Fifth Row: Pat Lake, Ellen jane Funk, Louise Posthumus, Marie jameson, Thomas Prenkert, Robert
Qutler, Robert Ricks, james Cooney, Dickeson Rutter, Bill Gregor, Leonard Corey, Shirlev Goodling.
janet Rice, Rhea Warren, Beatrice llammon, joan Walker
Fourth Row: Vivian Bullen, Marilyn French, Mary Moyer, Mary McLaughlin, Stanley Radewald,
Curland Stanley, john Foster, jerry Monehan. john Wolf, Elias Sager, Richard Van Tuvl, Mary
Kiell, Mary Ann Lepel, Marion Walker, Lillian Merritt
Third Row: Ruth Dick, Geraldine Rubin, Virginia Kaufman, Betty jo Medders, Lewis Webster, Rus
sell Cunder, Ronald C-osline, Gene Southworth, Danny Williams, Dale Witham, Lloyd Rooks, Dorothy
liarlranft, Betty Lou Hinkle, Della Koontz
Second Row: Melvina Ort, Lugene Davis, Bonnie Schnoor, Clifford jackson, William Rogers, jack
Maurer, Phil lladsell, VVesley Kloko, Bill Downey, Virginia French, Peggy Harper, Dorothy Welsher,
jx an johnson
Front Row: Elaine Rutherford, Lois jean llahn, Pat Kell, Charnley Schnoor, Zeta Zerr. Ralph
Boersema, Russell Queen, Mr. LeBar, Charles Eden, Dwight Trueschel, Raymond Hochmuth, Betty
Crathwohl, Suzanne: Taylor, Bernadette Knoll
This year the schools only Easter program was Franklin LeBar's apt pres-
entation ot l-laydn's immortal "Creation" The choir Worked all prior to Easter
arranging and rehearsing the program which was tinally presented the Sunday
hotore Easter at the Methodist Church. Barbara Malotte, a soprano soloist,
came from Chicago to handle the numerous parts. Other solo parts were taken
by Walter Boyolston, tenor, and Evan Rutter, bass. The operetta came as a sur-
prise to music lovers as a pleasant addition to the vocal departments minstrel
show, a touch-up version of the annual Variety Show.
The choir this year, under Franklin LeBar's direction, has concentrated
upon holiday testivals. At Christmas time the choir conducted a Vesper Serv-
ice at the Methodist Church.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Firth Row: Vivian Bullen, Mary Moyer, Betty jo Medders. Thelma Goodman, Donna Coodling. Mar-
garet, Forbes, Cecily Kane, Doris Zechlin, Eleanor Dickey, Rhea Warren, joan Walker, Beatrice Haley,
lima Hartman, Anna Frucci, Pauline Hass
Fourth Row: Hazel Snouwaert, Shirley Miller, Ellen jane Funk, Mary Davis, jean johnson. Pat Lake,
Snirley Reidenback, Shirley Coodling, Mary Krell, Virginia French, jean Mclntyre, Beatrice Hammon,
Betty Lou Hinkle. Mary Ann Lepel, Dorothy Welsher
Third Row: Margarette Loose, Mary McLaughlin, Clara Klimek, Zeta Zerr, Shirley Cox. Marv Molica,
Ruth Day, Lorraine Cray, Mae Miller, Della Koontz, Ethel Perry, Bonnie Schnoor, Bonnie Miller,
Margaret Donahue, Sue Makowski
Second Row: Bonnie Brunk, june Dumond, Ruth Welsh, Betty Lou Knapp, Marilyn French Welma
Crouch. Ruth Dick, Ruth Raih, Charnley Schnoor, Betty Grathwohl. Cynthia Forgash, Donna' Prlmer,
Joyce Wingeart. Barbara Brockway, Peggy Harper
Front Row: Lois Hahn, Pat Kell, Bernice Sallack, Lois' Young. Doris Short, Mary Lee Marlin, Mr.
LeBar, Suzanna Taylor. Madelon Martin, Ruth Anderson, Bernice Young, Virginia Kaufman, Catherine
MISSISSIDDI SHOW BOAT
On May 25-26, l944, the music department presented its annual show
under the direction of Mr. LeBar. He was assisted by Miss Clevering, Miss
Poe, Miss Sprague, Mrs. l-loffmaster, Mrs. Smith, and Mr. Sollman.
The choir, girls' glee, boys' glee, girls' sextet, boys' octet, triple trio, and spe-
cial choruses furnished the music.
The first part of the performance, featuring a Mississippi Show Boat, pic-
tured the river craft slowly coming into view, while a tenth grade chorus sanq
"Here Comes Dat Show Boat." The whole countryside was waiting for the boat.
Dressed in gay costume they greeted friends as the boat tied up to the river
The master of ceremonies was lack Worrell. The costumes of the gay 90's
were very picturesque. They were made of an attractive sateen material. The
different colored lights enhanced the beauty of them and made a lovely setting.
One of the specialty numbers was cleverly done to the tune of "Strolling
Through the Park" by the junior girls. There was a tap dance executed by
some ninth grade girls to that perennial favorite tune "Yankee Doodle."
The girls' glee club sang "When Day ls Done" and "l-leah de Wind A
Blowin'." The boys octet sang an old time Negro song, "De Glory Road."
A laughable skit, a human Xylophone composed of boys instead of tones
added much enjoyment to the show. One of the tones was off-key, and it took
truch hard work by all to get it in tune. Sherlock Holmes and Watson also
added much to the show. Continued on p. 487
SENIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA
Fourth Row: Robert Smith, Richard Strauss, Sam Pullano, Arthur Jaeger, Verlin Davis, Robert Wood.
Hugh Anderson, Bill Hahn
Third Row: Pauline Hoisington, Barbara Robbins, Garland Stanley, jerry Trussell, Robert Ristau.
Richard Prince, Mr. Sollman
Second Row: Virginia Ward, Eva Sweisberger, Marie jameson, Barbara Brodie, Anna Mae Carlson.
Leon Smith, Max DePoy, Leonard Corey
Front Row: Doris Eggleston, Ed Champion, Stanley Farr, Ellen jane Funk. Pat Baker, Marv Lowe,
Marion Walker, Delcie johnson
"Show Boat"eContinued from p. 477
A cornet trio composed of Garland Stanley, Mickey Fierce, and Mr. Soll-
man played "Scherzando." This was written by Mr. Sollman and received
The chorus sang with appropriate gestures "Some Little Bug Will Find
You Some Day." Some gals gave riddles and poems that were received with
The second half, the olio, took place inside the show boat. The setting was
a huge Negro mammy's head.
The second half opened with the chorus singing "Alexander's Ragtime
Band." This was followed by a banjo number and a harmonica duet. After this
a vocal duet was skillfully done to the tune of "Nobody" which was made fa-
mous by Bert Williams, The girls' sextette sang that all-time hit parader "Surn-
The interlocutor, Omer Oaks, made his grand entrance by bursting forth
from the mammy's mouth. He was dressed in white tails. There were eight end
men, Leonard Corey, Dan Williams, Bill Downey, Denver Pointer, john Wolf,
Russell Queen, Bill Leonard, and Dickson Rutter. They all wore wigs and added
an abundance of merriment with their quips and actions.
The choir sang some numbers with appropriate actions. They were dressed
in typical minstrel costumes with collars, ties, hats, in chartreuse and magenta.
The numbers included "l Got Plenty of Nothin'," "Set Down, Servant," and
"Going to Heaven on a Missouri Mule."
V The show closed with that ever popular number, "Hallelujah" from "Hit
the Deck" by Youmans.
From the remarks made by the audience the show was enjoyed as much
by the audience as the music department enjoyed putting it on.
BOYS' G-LEE CLUB
Fourth Row: james Cooney, Edward Martin, jack Maurer, Robert Ricks, james Steiner, joe White.
D, kr . . , .
lc f-son Rutter, jerry Monehan, William Gregor, Fli:lVlOllS Bender, Richard Van Tuyl, Elias Sager.
Third Row: Robert Steinbauer, james Thayer, Clifford jackson, Robert Cutler, Ronald Gosline. Gene
Southworth Robert Gish Keith Walters john Foster Danny Williams D l Wth k '
. , , , ' , ae i am, jac Wcnrrcll
Second Row: Stanley Radewald, Richard llenderson, Thomas Prenkert, Kenton Fisher, Russell Gun
der, We'l 'Kl k . Ph'l H d ll R ' ' " '
s ey o o 1 a se . aymond Hochmuth, Dwight Trueschell, William Eggleston
Front Row: Ralph Boersema, Charles Bath, Russell Queen, William Rogers, Elaine Rutherford, ac'
companist, Mr. Leldar, Don Arnold. Lldyd Rocks, Rohn E. Reid, Willialn Leonard, Duane Ullrey
OCTET AND SEXTET
SL-cond Row: Lewis Webster, james Cooney, Russell Gunder, Robert Ricks, Gene Southworth, Dickson
Rutter. Elias Sager, William Downey
Front Row: Patricia Kell, Lois jean Hahn, Suzanna Taylor, Charnley Schnoor, Virginia French,
Fifth Row: Stan Radewalri, jim Thayer, Bob Steinbauer, john Gillette, john Rogers, Charles Lungcr.
llarold Kaufman, Charles Eden, Bill Eggelston
Fourth Row: Charlotte Coleman, janet Wittmack, Norma Stafford, Dan Williams, Bussell Gunder,
l.eon Smith, Bob Gish, Bill Rossow. Don Arnold
Third Row: Betty Gould, Charlene Basso, Delores, lVlerrill, Sue Reum, Betty Brumfield, Marv Krell.
'Yi rv Ann Lepel Norma Eberhard loan Carlson.
Seizoncl Row: Leanora Fisher, Beatlriiee Klute, ldamae Gillette, Gay Senor, Rosemary Wliiteside, Peggy
llarper. joyce Vifingeart, Marion Walker, Delcie johnson
First Row: Mr. Marks Beatrice Grinage, Charlotte lless, joe White, jean johnson, Bill Cnshbiugh,
Paul Peterson, Mary Dickey
Miss Cleverinqs Art room is crlwoys busy.
G. A. A.
'lhird Row: Merrilyn llavens, ,Ioan Clogswell, Barbara Simpson, Beatrice Wanko, Norma Webber,
Betty Donley, julia Orias
Second ROW: Nanette Martinsen, Sarah Ricks, Margaret Mead, Norma Stafford, Eleanor Yaw, Marion
Front Row: Dorothy Hartranft, Bonnie Schnoor, Rita Bedinger, Miss Sprague, Virginia Kaufman,
Bax bara Sehaber
Tlrird Row: Mildred Knapp, Mary Hess, fharlotte Coleman, Clwarlene Basso
Second Row: jean Sittler, Elisabeth Bnrsos, Pat Schrumpf, Zeta Zerr
Front RCW: Marilyn lfrcncli, Lorraine Cray, Betty Lou Knapp, Catherine Boller, Mary jane Crouch
Fifth Row: Rox Mcfombs, Jznnes King, john Downey, Oris Aldrich, john Sl-Calla, llarold Shields, John
llchssf-r, Dull' Xwitharn
Fourth Row: Phil lludsell. jim Gillette. joe Funk, Boyd Prater. Robert Bosler, Eugene Fender. Don
liuis, Melvin Knapp
Third Row: Bill foquillarfl, Bob Gish, Paul Schaen, Bill Barth:-l, Dick Kaier, jark Hipshier, Daniel
Smtond Row: George Delpire-, Charles Eden, Dave Korman, Karl Cook, Don Zordvl, Stan Mitt-he-ll, Bob
First Row: Arthur Coleman. Bob Forgash. Dick Noble, Richard llockmuth, Tom Sarzatorff, Donald
Whllzice, Mr. Vi'hitwam
I-mnk ,Im-kson, Be-rnadette Knoll, Patricia Lake, Mary Lee Marlin, Dick lVlcQuaid
Mr. Bocorrs fourth hour chemistry clolss Wotches Dorothy Hdrtrcmft demon
suoto o test for some hidden chemical.
I-lere's how you look from the other side ot the steam tables in the cate-
teria. The lady in the foreground is not camera-shy. She just happened to be
adjusting her glasses when the tlash bulb blazed.
Excellence in typing is attained only through constant practice.
Fourth Row: joe Funk, mgr.g Bob Steinbauer, jerry Nlonehan, Ed O'Toole, Bob Etzcorn, Bob Gish
glgrirllazgriaxlglosliigerrssgzg Bill Cashbaugh, Stan Mitchell, Harold Finley, Stan Van Cilder, Bob
2iiTgr.i gmrbcgslin lvgtlrrwam, John Graham, jack Worrell, Joe White, Karl cook, wan Wilson, Bob
giIQ1:l2EdRow' Cliff jackson, Bud Elledge, Verne Blank, john Gillette, Wes Kloko, Kenneth Tibbs, Don
Date Niles Opponcnz Opp. Place
Sept. 24 6 South.Bend Cath. 6 here
Oct 0 South Haven 0 here
Oct 8 7 Buchanan 7 there
Oct l5 6 St. Ioseph l2 here
Oct 22 l3 Dowagiac l4 there
Oct 29 13 State High 0 here
Nov. 5 0 Three Rivers 20 there
CONFERENCE FOOTBALL STANDINGS
Team Won Lost Tied Percentage
Dowagiac 4 1 0 .800
Three Rivers 3 l l .700
South Haven 2 l 2 .600
St. Ioseph 3 2 0 .600
Niles l 3 l .300
State High 0 5 0 .000
tTie games count as one-halt game won and one-halt game lostj
At the end of the school year in Iune of 1943 no one was sure that Niles
was going to have a football team, as both our coaches, Iames Tuma and
Bernard Meyers, had left forthe service. When the season began to roll around,
however, Mr. Ioseph Whitwam took over the job of coaching. This was all
added to his regular duties as a physical education instructor, which was larger
this year than ever. before because of the loss of the Iunior High instructor. Mr.
Whitwam took on the extra work and responsibility very willingly and both the
school and the team owe him a vote of thanks, which we Wish to express here.
Practice got under way on September first and the team began to prepare
for the first game with South Bend Catholic. The game was played' here and
the two teams battled it out to wind up with a six to six tie. Niles kept possession
of the ball during most of the game but just couldn't seem to get it over that goal
line more than once. The next game was here also with South Haven. It was a
cold wet day and the two teams battled up and down the field only to end the
game in another tie, this time nothing to nothing. The boys then moved out of
town to play Buchanan. It proved to be a bad night for them and the game
ended in another tie, seven to seven. This made the third tie game and every-
one began to think that we had a jinxed team. The next game, however, the
spell was broken, although not for the better. They played St. Ioseph on our
own field and went down to defeat by a score of twelve to six. Next on the list
came the Conference champs, Dowagiac. This game proved to be the best
CContinued on page 64.7
' VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER
Name Position Weight Height Class
Karl Cook E 155 5' 11" Sr.
Wesley Kloko T 150 5' 10" Sr.
Harold Finley T 165 5' 10" Sr.
Bob Etzcorn E 170 6' 1" Sr.
John Graham G 160 5' 9" Sr.
Iack Worrell G 145 5' 9" Sr.
Stan Mitchell G 170 5' 10" Sr.
George Poscharscky G 150 5' 9" lr.
Paul Peterson C 145 5' 9" Jr.
Iohn Gillette C 175 6' 1" Sr.
Ed O'Toole T 182 6' l" Ir.
Cliff Iackson T 162 5' 7" Ir.
Stan VanGilder E 162 5' 11" Sr.
Ierry Monehan E 160 6' Sr.
Bob Gish E 150 5' 10" Sr.
Bob Steinbauer T 170 6' l" Sr.
Bob Cutler QB 145 5' 9"' Sr.
Bill Cashbaugh QB 147 5' 10" Ir.
Don Arnold HB 135 5' 8" Sr.
Walt Wilson HB 157 5' 7V2" Ir.
Ioe White HB 110 6' 8" Sr.
Kenny Tibbs HB 150 5' 9" Sr.
La Verne Blank FB 204 6' Sr.
Bob Statler FB 165 5' 10" Ir.
- - 'fi -x f .ll I
SECOND TEAM '
Fourth Row: George Delpire, jack Schweinzger, Fred Clubb, Norman Arnold, Ray Beck, Lewis VUebster
Third Row: Arthur Coleman, mgr., Dick Kater, Lee Frame, jim Gillette, Harold Kaufman, Bob For
2:-1Sh.mi:IH ' 'JZ
Second Row: Coach Hamilton, Rienholdt Altergott, Dave Korman, Darwin Anstiss, Dave Wetmore,
Curlv Bradfield, Danny Williams
Front Row: ,lack Shridvr, Bill Downey, Bill Barthel, Eugene Gorton, Gene Vargo. Leonard Corey, jack
The fifth annual testimonial banquet to the hiqh school football team was
held on December 13, l943. The banquet was aaain sponsored by the Exchange
Club of Niles.
The after-dinner ceremonies were opened by Coach Ioseph WhitWam's in-
troduction of the football squad. Mr. Stuart B. White then qave a short talk on
the season. The toastrnaster then introduced the quest speaker, "Moose"
Krause, head coach of basketball, and assistant coach of football at the Uni-
versity of Notre Dame. He qave a talk, "Football and the War." He then closed
the ceremonies with pictures of the Iowa Seahawk-Notre Dame football game.
CONEERENCE, DISTRICT AND REGIONAL CIIAMRIONS
Fourth Row: Stanley Radewald, Dan Williams, Harold Bradfield, Norman Arnold, jack Vogelsang,
Harold Kaufman, Bill Lagoni, Harold Shields, Gene Cannady, Reinholdt Altergott
Third Row: Tom Saratore, Bill Downey, Arthur Coleman, Dick Noble, Ray Hochmut
Rogers, Charles Eden
h, joe Funk, Bill
Second Row: Athletic Director Whitwam, Coach Ham, jack Hand, john Wegner, Charles Dreibelbis,
Bill Cashbaugh, Eugene Gorton, Ed Martin
Front Row: Walter Wilson, Paul Peterson. Don Arnold, Bob Cutler, Don Zordel, jerry Monehan,
1943-44 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Nov. 23 34 Buchanan
Friday, Dec. 3 25 Washinqton S. B.
Tuesday, Dec. 7 33 Washington Clay
Friday, December 10 Three Rivers
Friday, Dec. 17 South Haven
Friday, Ian. 7 State Hiqh
Friday lan. 14 St. Ioseph
Friday, lan. 21 Dowaqiac
Friday, lan. 28 Three Rivers
Tuesday, Feb. 1 Buchanan
Friday, Feb. 4 South Haven
Friday, Feb. 11 State High
Friday, Feb. 18 St. loseph
Friday, Feb. 25 Dowaqiac
Friday, Mar. 3 Dowaqiac
Saturday, March 4 St. loseph
Saturday, Mar. 11 Sturgis
Thursday, March 16 Grand Rapids
TG'-Ulm Won Lost Pct.
NILES 8 2 .800
St- lose-ph 7 3 .700
State High 6 4 ,500
Dowaqigc 4 6 .400
South Haven 3 7 .300
Three Rivers 2 8 .800
DON ZORDEL, a senior, was the only skyscraper on the Viking front five
A Don was the man who carried all the heavy work under the basket Tip ins
were his specialty and he could usually be counted upon for fourteen points
per game. A one sport man, Don devotes most of his time to playing and
training for basketball. One of the best basketball players this school has seen
Don will be missed next year like no other one man.
BOB CUTLER was the mouthpiece for the Vikings and did most of the talk-
ing about, with, and for the team. Passing was Bob's foremost attribute and his
passes set up many a bucket. Along with passing, however, he did his share
of scoring and fell short of Cashbaugh and Zordel by only a slight margin.
His teammates honored him by electing him honorary captain for the season at
the annual letter presentations. Bob graduates in Iune, and his constant jabber
will leave the Niles locker room comparatively and pleasantly silent.
BILL CASHBAUGH was a hard hitting, pile driving, guard of the Niles
varsity. By dead eye long shots, expert passing, and fine leadership, Bill made
himself a familiar and consoling sight to Niles fans. Bill scored more free
throws than any other one man on the squad and was second in number of
field goals. Bill is strictly a fightin' man but reserves it for the gridiron and the
hardwood. A Iunior this year, Bill will be back next year to lead the Viking
DON ARNOLD, although the smallest man on the squad, deserves a large
share of the laurels accorded the team. His speed and outstanding defensive
ability added to a great fighting spirit made him a standout and a favorite with
the crowds. Fans will remember him also as a half-back on this year's eleven.
This is Don's last year of competition.
WALT WlLSON'S forte of intercepting passes and dribbles put more than
one opponent on unsteady ground during the past season. Despite his lack of
height, Walt was always able to keep his man under control. As a football
player he made his mark with his kicking and running ability. Niles fans will
be glad to know that Walt has another year of competition.
IOHN WEGNER started the season as a member of the reserve team, but
his continued fine performances soon earned him a place on the varsity.
Unorthodox shooting was Iohn's greatest love, and it placed him in a class
apart in the eyes of his coach and the fans. A junior, Iohn will be a boy to
i watch next year.
JOHN GRAHAM, an aggressive football guard, carried his fighting spirit to
the basketball court during the early part of the season. Repeating his role
of guard, his stocky figure was a familiar sight of the hardwood until gradua-
tion ended his career at mid-season.
HAROLD FINLEY took a large share of the laurels as the basketball sea-
son got underway. However, graduation at the end of the first semester stole
him from the team. "Scoot's" performances as a rugged member of the Niles'
football line helped to make him a well known Niles athlete.
IOHN LABERTEAUX is a senior and leaves the squad this year. Iohn was
Don Zordel's understudy and hence spent most of the season on the bench.
Being the tallest man on the squad, lohn was an artist with tip-in shots. The
annual free throw medal went to Iohn this year with twenty-four out of thirty,
the highest score ever achieved and possibly an all time high.
EUGENE GORTON received the distinction of being the only sophomore
on the varsity. As a result of his hard-driving game, "Ieep" was brought from
the reserves to the varsity Where he ably kept up the traditions of his class. Big
and talented, he should be an asset to future Niles teams.
IERRY HBERGH MONEHAN was one of the boys who had a ringside seat
all year but saw action from a purely objective viewpoint. A senior, ferry was
one of the best boys on the squad but ineligibility at the beginning of the sea-
son kept him out of the line-up. Blond-haired, blue-eyed, Irishman, Ierry's last
minute entrance never failed to ring forth shouts of glee from girl fans. Famous
for his puns "Berg" kept bench morale high throughout the season.
PAUL PETERSON is a junior this year and will be back next year. Paul
didn't get in much this year but kept life on the bench lively by organizing his
famous "Pineboard Kids" of which he made himself a charter member. Paul
will probably graduate from this club next year and be seen by Niles fans as
an important cog in the Viking offense.
CHARLES DREIBELBIS, a junior, is another of the boys who won a posi-
tion on the varsity through outstanding work with the reserves. "lake" won the
admiration of his teammates through his self-enforced training rules. He is an
other Viking who Will bear watching next year.
IACK HAND, lanky Iunior, came up from the second team
about tournament time. He played center this year and shows
a great deal of promise for next year's varsity.
From the first starting Whistle to the final gun Niles basketball fans en-
joyed a thrill-packed and exiciting season. Emerging from the season's compe-
tition as conference and regional champions the Vikings added another glo-
rious page to their long basketball tradition.
The season began with Coach loe Whitwam holding the reins. After
seven games he turned them over to a former Niles athlete, Coach Frank Ham.
Basing their attack on a fast break and pivot system they won fourteen
out of eighteen games. Spectacular pass interceptions and brilliant ball hand-
ling more than once spelled the difference between victory and defeat. The boys
went to the district tournament Wearing a conference crown. In five thrilling
and closely contested games they added the district and regional champion-
ships to their laurels. State championship hopes died with the 42 to 40 defeat
at the hands of Grand Rapids Christian.
Hopes of the Niles fans for a successful season next year are well based
upon the nucleus of returning veterans from this year's season.
pagn szxtu flu rv
Athletic Director Whitwam and Coach Ham, with a pride in the team
which we all share, put the newly won "Oscars" away in our bulging
FOOTBALL SEASON CContinued from p. 577
that the team played all year, even though they were pushed under by the
small but decisive sum of one point. lt was a good hard-fought game but Niles
just had one of those bad breaks that they seemed to have all season. The
score was fourteen to thirteen. The next week-end the team stayed home to
whip State High by the score of thirteen to nothing for their only victory of the
season. State High had one of the leading teams of the Conference, which
proves that Niles had the stuff but just couldn't get around to using it. The last
game was played at Three Rivers. The team went up ready to issue another
defeat, after being pepped up, and urged on by a huge pep meeting after
school. The tables were turned on them, however, and the final score was
twenty to nothing in Three Rivers' favor. Niles held them very well the first
half and even made some pretty close attempts at scoring, but the last half
tne team seemed to lose control.
Despite the poor record Niles had a good team this year, but they just
couldn't get going and it also seemed that the breaks went against them hard
and heavy all season. '
SENIOR PLAY CContinued from p. 697
voice that accompanies an habitual sphinx-like expression. He is dignified at
all times, fastidious and dresses well. Mr. Coburn, Dottie's father, is very ably
portrayed by jack Worrell. He is a successful business man turned politician.
He is on the Board of Censors in Boston-of some wealth, just enough to be
snobbish. He explodes rather easily, but tries to maintain his dignity. The first
cop, was played by Ed Champion. He is the intellectual type of policeman-a
career man. He tries very hard and wants to be obliging. The second cop,
played by Bill Gregor, is the dumb but earnest type. Even if you drew him a
diagram he would not understand it.
The play went off with great success wtih a full house both on Thursday
and Friday nights.
nd Row: Gene Cannady, Bo eeler, Camden Miars, Bob amilton, Henry Curry, LaVerne Blank,
Wood, Bill Downey, Walter Wilson, Coach Smith
F t Row: Bill Gregor. Marvin Ruetz, Dale Mills, Ed Hradel, Henery Nliswick, Bill Dick, Walter
N , Arthur Dieball, Paul Peterson, Russell Guncler
Niles Opponent Opp. Place
73 1.16 Iohn Adams 30 576 South Bend
44 1,6 Dowaaiac 59 576 Dowagiac
54 1,52 S. B. Central 49 172 South Bend
40 112 Benton Harbor 45V2 St. loe 43 Benton Harbor
58 1,12 Washinqton Clay 45 172 Niles
Conference Meet Area Meet
1. Dowaqiac 52 7,410 1. Dowaqiac
2. Three Rivers 37 9710 2- Sf- loseph
3. St. Ioseph 36 7710 At Kglamczoo
At Dowaqiac 4. Three Rivers
4. Niles 84 7710 5- Hastings
6. State High
5' State High 11 7. South Haven
6. South Haven 10 8. Alleqan
Top Row: Madelon Martin, Bob Cutler, Peggy Harper, joe White
Second Row: Phil Hadsell, Cynthia Forgash. jack Worrell, Shirley Goodling
Bottom Row: Virginia French, Omer Oaks. Bill Gregor, Ed Champion
Mr. Kenny C
Mac ,, ,,,r
r. ,.r,,, Bill Gregor
"Out of the Fruinu Dem"
On May ll and l2, the Senior class presented the comedy "Out of the
Frying Pan" directed by Miss Pearson in the high school auditorium. The play
was a great success enjoyed by both adults and students.
The story of the play is entertaining. Three young men and three young
women are sharing an apartment. They are would-be stage folk and they have
been 'driven to this community scheme by the lack of economic security. lt is a
whacky plan they have in mind, for the apartment they rent is immediately
above that of a Broadway producer who has quite a hit running and is about
to cast a road company. They rehearse the play which he is currently produc-
ing, but the problem is--how to get him upstairs to see it? The plans are fur-
ther complicated by the fact that a snippy young friend of one of the girls en-
ters the picture and threatens to tell the girl's father that she is living in what
could most politely be called an unusual manner. Now, it so happens that the
producer is an amateur chef of some considerable ability, and right in the
middle of a culinary concoction he runs out of flour. He comes upstairs to bor-
row a cup. At Last! The kids have him in the house, and they aren't going to
let him out until he sees some evidence of their ability. So to impress him they
stage a murder scene. lt is so realistic that police swarm into the scene and the
misunderstanding becomes hilarious when it is discovered the girl who is play-
ing the corpse has been served a Mickey Finn. However, in spite of everything,
what seems to be profitable friendship springs up, and Equity dues get paid
and the landlady gets the back rent, and it looks as if the future might hold
some promise for the youngsters.
Norman Reese, the male lead, was very well portrayed by Bob Cutler.
Reese is the capable member of the group. He takes care of things, sees that
appointments are kept, watches over the others like a mother hen with her
chicks. Dottie Coburn, the female lead, was done by Madelon Martin, who did
an excellent job in the part. Dottie is the "Dumb Dora" type, but quite cheerful
and happy about everything. She is the baby of the crowd-aged 18-but
seems to be even younger than that. Marge Benson, played very well by Peggy
Harper, is secretly married to Tony Dennison, another of the boys in the apart-
ment. She is young, dark and attractive and a little more serious than the others.
She also seems a little older than the rest. Tony Dennison, the other half of the
couple, was well presented by Ioe White. Tony is the handsomest of the three
boys. He is tall and deeply sincere, but is inclined to be a bit discouraged at
the moment. Kate Ault, the cynic of the crowd, was very well done by Cynthia
Forgash. She has probably been in New York trying to get a "break" in the
theater for a longer time than any of the others. George Bodell, played by Phil
Hadsell, was a lazy and completely good-natured young man. His voice is
slow, and he has a dry flat way of saying things. These represent the six
youngsters in the apartment.
Mrs. Garnet, very ably portrayed by Virginia French, is their bewildered
and uncomplaining landlady. She is never quite sure whether she is watching
a play or a scene from real life. Probably the answer to it all is that behind her
whimsical exterior she is envious, because she is stage struck, too.
Muriel Foster, played by Shirley Goodling, is Dottie's friend from Boston.
She is petulant, suspicious, and later on, woe-begone, with a voice like a tired
Minnie Mouse. In spite of all this, she is not unattractive. Arthur Kenny, very
well portrayed by Omer Oaks, is a middle-aged man with a dry, unemotional
CContinued on p. 647
Cln order of appearance?
Burleigh ,---, ............................................ H obert Wood
PiCkleS ..-e..., ......... F rancine Klinger, Bernadette Knoll
Hattie ,,.... .................,.........,....,.........,..... I ean Sittler
M019 ..... .......,. M ary Ann Lepel
F10 ...-........... ....... C harlotte Coleman
Pee-Wee .. .... ...... B eatrice Hamrnan
Miss Dibble ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, I anet Rice
Lillian Haller .... ,,,,,,,,, M ary Moyer
Helen Martin ..... ,,,,,,., A11 ita Iones
Myra Parsons .......... .............. ...... .......,........... B h e a Warren
Lt. Tony Hamilton ........ ....,... I ack Schweinzger, Dan Williams
Sgt. Reid ................ ..a.n........................... N orman Allen
Duke ....... ........ C larence Mclntyre
Pete ....... .......... C harles Lunger
On November 18-19, 1943, the Iunior Class presented a three act comedy,
"Pickles Becomes a Lady." The play, written by Hilda Manning, was directed
by Miss Dorothy Bridgen. Helping her were Mary Io Mack, student director,
and Suzanna Taylor and Louise Posthumus, prompters.
The setting is The Dibble School for Girls, a small private country school,
and the central character is Editha Fair, or "Pickles," as she is known to her
schoolmates. Pickles is a tomboy, athletic, popular, warm-hearted, but not
greatly concerned with boys, clothes, or the usual things that occupy a girl's
mind. One of her greatest friends is Mr. Burleigh, the school janitor, who is
teaching her the methods of jiu jitsu that enabled him to win the war for
General Pershing. Because of her popularity, Pickles has aroused the enmity
of Lillian Haller, the school politician, who is adept at making trouble, and
Pickles finds herself in deep water with Miss Dibble, the school mistress.
Then two young aviators, Lieutenant Tony' Hamilton and Sergeant "Blimp"
Reid-who stutters- are forced down in a crash on the school grounds. ln
Tony, Pickles meets the first great love of her young life. But, alas! Tony's
attentions are centered elsewhere: "elsewhere" being the charming person of
Helen Martin, a young teacher. Enter the villains- -Duke and Pete-who are
interested in a mysterious document of international significance which Tony
is carrying: Pickles unwittingly enables them to secure this document, and her
fortunes are at a low ebb indeed. But she has a staunch ally in old Burleigh,
and how they turn the tables on the villainous pair makes for a startling and
exciting climax.. As the play closes, Pickles has definitely crossed the line
past adolescence and her tomboy days are behind her.
TWENTY-IEOUDTH ANNUAL GYM SHOUI
This school year saw the annual Gym Show pass the quarter century
mark in quick even stride as usual. The show under the auspices of physical
directors Sprague, Smith, Whitwam, and Ham, showed subtle shades of the
war for the first time, with a conspicuous absence of rich costumes, gaudy dec-
oration, and expensive lighting effects. Instead the show was centered upon
physical fitness. Many of the former dancing acts were replaced by tumbling
and calisthenics, which all in all made the show exactly what its name im-
plied for the past twenty-five years. Some of the prominent acts were, senior
girls' marching, sophomore girls' calisthenics, sophomore boys' jogging, sopho-
more girls' football a' la Femme, sophomore boys' relays, junior boys' indoor
track meet, and senior boys' heavy calisthenics.
The final act the first two nights was the annual battle between juniors
and seniors. This year the seniors, after leaving the score tied the first night,
came through and won 21-27 the second night of competition. Pictured above
are the victors clad in battle garb.
Bernadette Madelon Margaret Katherine
Knoll Martin Forbes Steigely
Popular Prettiest Dancer Studious.
Virginia Iack Charlotte Cynthia
Kaufman Schweinzger Hess Forgash
Athletic Devoted Couple Bluiier
Mrs. Carter Miss Sprague Miss Wharton
Prettiest Popular Assignment
NO PICTURES: Louise Ort. Gum Chewer
Elaine Rutherlord, Musical
III SIQNIOIZ IIIGII
Iohn E ill I oe
Gillette Downey Schmueser
Popular Handsome Dancer
lll K V, W, 5 I -A .
Q I 1 5 g
Don Bob Norman
Arnold Steinbauer Arnold
Athletic Musical Gum Chewer
Mr. Mathews Mr. Ham Mr, Walker
Popular Handsome Assignment
Left to Right: jack Powrie, drums: Marie jameson, saxophc-neg Benny Bonfoefy, saxophoneg Camden
Miars. trumpet: Leon Smith, saxophone and clarinet: Sam Pullano, trumpetg Don Worrell, saxophone
and clarinet: Bob Steinbauer. pianist and director
Here we see the Orchestra qettinq ready tor a concert under the baton
of Maestro Soliman.
MISS CROWLEY'S ADVISORY-9A
Fourth Row: Bob Adams, Charles Albin, George Boller, Donald Barnes, Norman Cox. William Carr,
Bob Bergenhagne. Ned Beniamin, Richard Block. Jack Bunbury, john Bowers
Third Row: Mondo Bortz, Steve Birczak, Vern Cuthbert, Bob Cole, Raymond Compoe, jack Cousins,
Duane Brewer, Chris Britton, Eugene Berquist, Donald Berbank
Second Row: Wanda Cheney, Vivian Cochran, Mertadean Clark, Betty Ann Baker, Sally Burris, Shir-
ley Bedinger, Arlene Cox, Mary Faith Chambers
Front Row: Rosella Anderson, Patricia Cool, Margaret Carpenter, Shirley Cooper, Miss Crowley, lrene
Cook, Margaret Conrad, Mary Cosby
MR. TILLER'S ADVISORY-9A
Fourth Row: David Gombosi, Roger Garst, Albert Lee Drake, Leslie Delnoy, Mickey Fierce, Dale
Hauch, Arthur Hayes, Keith Gleason, Richard Dunek
Third Row: Kenneth Farmer, Dale Foster. Robert Dumond. Kent Dibble, john Gillespie, Dale Frantz,
john Grathwohl, William Hahn, Clifford llaimbaugh
Second Row: Doris Gunder. Virginia Drewer, Esther Haslanger, Merrilyn Havens, joan Fedore, De'
lures Haucl-t, joan Eisele, joan Flint, Paula Hamilton, joy Hansen
Front Row: Doris Eggleston, Peggy Dickeson, Donna Mae Gould, Joyce Dayhuff, Mildred Dorn, Mr.
Tiller, Deloroes Diehl, Mary Helen Flick, Betty Hean Hall
MISS PHIPPS'S ADVISORY-9A
Fourth Row: Walter Kater, Stanley Kubinski, Harry Herman, Thomas Kennedy, Richard Qlohnson,
Richard jamerson, jack Hover, Daniel Konkey, Arthur Jaeger
Third Row: Murl Lindsey, Gene Hesser, Donald Hessey, Davy Lee jones, Paul Howes, Francis Kurtis,
Duane Kimball, Thomas Knoll, Burton Hurlbutt
Second Row: lsabelle Hill, Margaret Latislaw, Esther Jaynes, Elizabeth Klimek, Cecelia Lfbey,
Caroline Lolmaugh, Audrey Leiting, Helen Kizer
Front Row: Florence Klute, Beverly Krueger, Anne Kompass, Miss Phipps, Ruth Linsenmier, Char'
lctte johnson, Marie Hoven
MISS CRESSWELL'S ADVISORY-9A
Fourth Row: Junior Meyers, Richard Mitchell, jack O'Brien, Richard Priest, Robert Norris, Terrence
Newton, William Osborn, Rolland Monehan
Third Row: james McCarthy, Burdette Merica, james McQuaid, Earl Pollock, jack Plummer, Forrest
Miles, Caine Pointer, Robert Miltenberger
Second Row: Stephen Peterson, Dorothy McCormick, jane McVeigh, Charlene Miswick, Evelvn Mc-
Laughlin, Willedean Parks, Hannah Paddock
Front Row: Wanda Mehaffa, Marilyn Mattiford, Donna Mitten, Miss Cresswell, Margaret Mead, B:rta
Mills, Beverly Maxwell
Absent: Sheila O'Toole
MISS ROCRWELL'S ADVISORY-9A
Fcurth Row: Richard Sater, Lamont Renterghem, Bud Stevenson, Fred Rice, Roy Shepardson, john
Siiger, Rudolph Skopec, Harry Rough, Russell Shoemaker, Alvin Randall, Pauline Smith
Third Row: Elsie Reed, Larry Stover, jack Stephens, Donald Snyder, Lynette Smith, Sonny Shinall.
Robert Smith, Bob Radke, Barbara Simpson, Doris Smith
Second Row: Ruth Sonnenleiter, Dorothy Smith, Ruby Stover, Eva Sweisberger, Evelyn Sly, Joyce
Raih, Barbara Smith, Donna Smith, Beverl'y Schmidt
Front Row: Maxine Seifert. Beverly Spain, Frances Stratton, Patricia Sallack, Miss Rockwell, Louise
Roebeck, Sarah Ricks, llah Reynolds
MRS. CARTERRS ADVISORY-9A
Fourth Row: Ted VVQ-aver, Richard Tonkin, Donald Wedel, Charles Van Arman, Willizxrii Weighart,
Ira Trowbridge, Robert Turner, Dale Willianis, Rocco Ventrella
Third Row: Robert Walker, jesse Tomlinson, Blair Walters, Carl Wagner, jack Van Lue, Seth Tues
lvv, Alene Walters, Barbara Van Tuyle, Betty Lou Taylor
Second Row: Della Welling, Grace Vandenburg, Mary Weighart, Evelyn Wsidel, Ruth Welsh. Georgianna
Timm, Beatrice Wanko, Virginia Ward
Front Row: Marcia Whiteside, Mary Ellen Ward, Mary Wetniore, Phyllis Wilken, Mrs. fiarter.
jean Weist, Maxine Webber, Beulah Worvev
MIFS PE.ARSON'S ADVISORY-93
Fiourth Row: Don Carpenter, Ed Graham, Roy Weist, Bill McLaughlin, Kenneth Burge, john Kasler,
Third Row: Tom Mathews, Clifton Fay, Albert Lundgren, Dick Schrumpf, Louis Ehninger, Larry
Mould, Betty Bruce
Second Row. Donna Rossow, Alacl-Lie Gosline. Barbara Horner, joan Weist, Betty Devlu r, loan
Front Row: Eloise Lute, Shirley Peterson, Miss Pearson, Sue Bauer, Beatrice Bruce
MRS. SMITH'S ADVISORY-9B
Tlzird Row: Gene Bright, Geary llubert, jack Woods, jack Bannister, Frank Miller, junior Garrett,
Richard Myers, Raymond Conners
Second Row: Vivian Davis, Phyllis, Russell, Verda Wilccix, Patricia McBride, Patricia Barnes, Richar-l
Bonner, -lack LaNlonica
Front Row: Shirley Marker, Mary Ellen Bailey, Mrs. Smith, Betty Amon, Barbara jackson, Carmella
MISS PRIEMUS ADVISORY-8A
Fourth Row: E. J. Swarthout, Alan Vetter, Tony Mara7ita, Frederick Weist, Tilden Weist. Alan Lutin,
Mary Ann Vail, Betty Unruh, Patricia Matthews
Third Row: Richard Loose, Dick Liebetrau, Virgil Mclntyre, Roger Rollins, Thomas Schweinzger,
Fe-rnice Reum, Rosemary Martin, Edward Miller, jack Woods
Second Row: janyce Miars, joyce Miars, Eileen Knoll, Marilyn McCoy, Marilyn Mason, ,loan Weaver,
Nancy Shannon, Delores Lamb
Front Row: jean Rodgers, Mary Lou Smith, Patricia Wedel, Miss Priem, Helen Waugh. Charlotte
Marrs, Doris Schroeder
MRS. KLOPI'ENSTEIN'S ADVISORY-SA
Fourth Row: Tom Larson, Clarence Cray, Eugene Grafiord, Eugene Christner. john Daron, Bail llermn,
Robert Coleman, George Dick
Tl.ird Row: Tom Flynn, Richard Cook, Robert Daron, William Harris, Robert Corey, Russell Dodd,
Sccond Row: Mary Dill, Delores lless, Helen Gay, Katherine Lynn, Norma jean Gouldman, Mary Bybee,
Luis Dixon I l L h
Fi-ont Row: Sue Hamilton. joycelyn llunt. Alene Klute, Mrs. K.opfenstein, Betty l-inch, Alovce ear ,
MISS McDONALD'S ADVISORY-8A
Fourth Row: Marilyn Keen, Ruby Britton, Carol Bohn, Janice Kelly, Shirley Darr, Abby Funk, Betty
Crouch, Joyce Dixon, Judy Emmons
Third Row: Audrey Burge, Rosemary Clark, Sylvia Carlson, Suzanne Binns, Connie Berquist, Mary
Ann lvins, Darlene Cordon. Barbara Calder, Janet Beck
Second Row: Billy Adams, Kenneth Carper, Ronald Crafe, Richard Barron. Burton Burnett, Harold
Hochmuth, Gene Belknap, Betty Bailey, Belva Brewer
First Row: Fread Eaton, Cliarles Geishert, Jim Kehrer, Kenneth Carothers, Billy Brown, Earl Barber,
Jerry Hanson, Walter lioese
MRS. PAYNE'S ADVISORY-BA
Front Row: Betty Jane Smith, Bette Davis, Donna Montz, Elda Yaw, Mrs. Payne, Jeanine Pike, Glen-
nora Schielcls. Patty Walls
Second Row: Marvin Mitchell, Jack Martin, Dorothy Luck, Lucetta Schoff, Evelyn Woltrnan, Grace
Singer, Charlene Schiele, Kathleen Durensky, Marian Miller
Third Row: Leigh Kienzle, Keith Knapp. Harold Maxwell, Wilbur Nevill, l-'red Opfer, Karl Pegan, Bob
Miles. James Wood, Norbert Turensky, Frank Stone
Fourth Row: Raphael Pullano, Bob Klose, Willis Meyer, Bob Myers, Don Miles, Ted Roocl, Kenneth
Reed, Jack Reider, Stanley Xvoltman, Norman Nichols
MR. HUTCHINSS ADVISORY--BB
Fourth Row: jerry Mace, joe Flint, Herbert Lewis, Robert Dixon, james Wegner, lack Davis,
Clarence Pnel, jack Geary, Robert Lamberton, Dick VanTuyl, Robert Parker
Third Row: Howard Hancock, Tom Malloy, jack Righter, Kenneth Rutherford, Dolly Travick, Ida
Schmuesser, Earl Russell. Fred Baker, Tom Vandenberg, Arthur Sonnenleiter
Second Row: Carleton Keen, Harry Zimmerman, Ellen jones, Donna liibbard, Evelyn Horner, Lena
Yclape, Marjorie Russell, Myrna Nieb, Mary McBain, Joyce Bessemer, Charles Crawford
Front Row: Bessie Vandygriff, Genevieve Miller, Edith Bolinger. Clementine Pullano, Mr. Hutchins.
Bette Dittmar. Barbara Larson, joan Seeberger, Marv Ann Harlan
MISS I-II-IATIPS ADVISORY-7A
Fourth Row: Jack Crouch, Xvallace Eberhard, Wendell johnson, Edward Hopkiis, Clayton Cannady
Raymond Fisher, George Fergison, Harold Deutscher, Robert Brown, Bernard Hatch
Third Row: Clair Blanta, John Hopper, Donald Boydston, Marcia Dreher, Ann Henderson, Dare llance.
Nirginizx Erickson, Dorothy Churchill, Phyllis Boht, Bob Crouch. Charles Flynn
Second Row: Betty Crumb, Arlene Brewster, Djina Champion, Angeline D'Onofrio, june Gordon, Mar
iorie Brockway, Marv Lou Kehrer, Joanne Borsos, Patsy Hull, Ann Cooper
Front Row: Connie Harris, Norma Kendall, Virginia Binns, Dorothy Crouch, Miss Heath. Gn-tw Ar
da-rson, Eleanor Hyink, Marjorie Horner, Helen Hartwell
MISS BOG-'U'E'S ADVISORY-7A
Fourth Row: Bobby Dunifin, Robert Grahl, Gale Cox, Dalbert Fox, Robert Holy, Don llarker, Wax
llickerson, Horace Crocker, Robert Hayes Lewis Geishert Frank Carolh l
, . ' ers, I arry Huffman
Third Row: Marvin Eisele, john Connors, Donald Carpenter, Robert Applegate, Max Cole, lfharles
Burnett, Edward Amundson, Kenneth Haight, blames llarroff, Robert Griffith
Second Row: Barbara Basso, Viola Gray. Joanne Gilbert, Vera liauch, Barbara Barnes. ,losephine l'ri1
yell, Mary ,lane Corwin, Katharyn Fullbright
Front Row: Fay Burroughs, Nancy Edwards, Sara Abermann, Mary Ann Dennis, Miss Bogue, Barbara
lfrucci, Gwendolyln Davis, Gloria llill
MISS EITMAN'S ADVISORY-7A
Fourth Row: Bob Oaks, Fred Koontz, David Kendall, Dale Stevens, Ronald Park, Philip Marazita.
Irving Nelson. Charles Miller, jim Reum. Herbert Miller, jack Lauder
'Ihird Row: Karl Klute, Bob Koontz, Greta Olson, Mary Stanley, Elizabeth Skalla, Connie Nichol
son, Marilyn Kreiger, Ronald Arbuckle, Neale Ruetz, Dannv Parsons, john Walker
Second Row: Nancy Ossmer, Lucille Webber, Denis Vnndercar, Barbara Welsh:-r, Martha Mead, Dulce
Pworden, Doris Kloko, Elizabeth Nicholson, jean Schoff, Billy Medders
:ont Row. ,loan Muller, ,lacquelyn Myers, Patricia Martinsen, Miss Hitman, Lois Mcformick,
Patricia McLaughlin. Doris Lucas, joan Zimmerman
MR. HAMVS ADVISORY-'YB
Fourth Row: Clifford Crocker, Bill Baurenfiend, David Berquist, john Sea h L
me orn, arrv Bauehman.
john Truesdell, Bill VanArman, Robert Hand, Delbert Fox
Third Row: LaVerne Nevill, john Riley, Walter Culp, james Connor, Eugene Klingler, William Potter,
William jones, Edward Davis, Ervin Cross
Second Row: Norma Carpenter, Sally Goodling, Patricia Amon, DorothTy Mae Graham, Mariorie Peter-
son, Katherine Wanko, jean Moody, Donna Fay
rent Row. Doris Hibnar, Jacqueline Daus. Marilyn Rubin, Mr. Ham, Beatrice Reiter, Ernestine
Brown, Sally Porsoska
Back Row: Anne Kompass, Evelyn lVlcLaughlin, Doris Eggleston
Second Row: .Beverlv Krueger, 'Beverly Schmidt Shirley Bedinger, Eva Sw ' b
, . ' els erger
First Row. Miss Poe, Joyce Raih, Barbara Smith, Elaine Best, accompanist
F NF" 'TIER "-
Fifth Row: jack Crouch, Charles Miller, Richard Syson, Bob Holy, Clayton Cannady, Norman Nichols,
Alan Vetter, Tony Marazita. Bill lierron, Tom Schweinzger
Fourth Row: Bernard liatch, Robert Crahl, Ronald Park, Max liickerson, Coach Cook, Conch Gillette,
Robert Dixson, jack Davis, Bob Myers, jack Geary, joe Flint
Third Row: Cliff Crocker, Robert johnson, Dale Stevens, Bill McLaughlin. Richard Mitchell. Richard
Block, Richard Shoemaker. Richard Van Tuyle, Robert Coleman, Donald Carpenter
Second Row: Coach jack Worrell, Bob Oaks, Ed Graham R'Jb1'rL Aflims Robert Miltenberger, Dun
Iarpenter, Coach Phil llaclsell, Coach joe White, Donald Miles
Front Row: Aubrey Elam, Max Cole, Lemont Renterghen, Dick Shrumpf, Bill liahn. Don llessl-V. Dick
l.if-betrau, Tom lflynn, jerry Mace
Third Row: Richard Rhodes, llarolnl Deutscher, Edward llopkins, Mondo Borlz, Donald Boydston.
Second Row: Marv Faith Chambers. Elaine Best, Clloria Bear, Barbara Robbins, Alene Klute, Kenneth
Rutherford, Jack W'nods, Mr, Sollman
Front Row: lsabel Hill, Constance Brown, joan Seebergcr. Wallace Eberhard, Alohn Walker. Hilix
Shannon, Delores Deutscher, Mary Esther Stanley
l-'uurth Row: Robert Koontz, Tom Schweinzger. Eddie james, Kenneth Rutherford, ,lack Davis, Marv
I-aith Chambers, Richard Rhodes, jack Woods, Dick Liebetrau, Gloria Eisen, Mr, Sollman
Third Row: Eugene MCCI-2.-ary, Cordon Burnett, Harold Deutscher. Edward Hopkins, Mondo Boris.
lrank Carothers, George Carns, john Walker, Robert Griffith
Second Row: Mary Esther Stanley, Eleanor Hyink, Alene Klute, Sylvia Carlson, Katherine Warrko,
Sara Ricks, Clair McKee, Barbara Welsher, Robert Coleman
Front Row: john East, Donald Boydston, Robert Oaks. Wallace Eberhard, james Ke-hrer, Kenneth
Uuiothers, Eugene Grafford, Ted Rood, jack Geary
Fourth Row: Williain llarris, Fred Locke, Charles Ceisert, Robert Norris. Dale Hauch, Allen Vetter,
Don Miles. Tom Knoll, Tom Schweinzger
Third Row: Danny Parsons, Wallace Eberhard, Robert Cruhl, Russell Shoemaker, l-'red Koontz.
Mundo Bortz, Jacqueline Cosline, Carmella Yelape, Betty Crouch
Second Row: Barbara Basso, Mary Stevens, Dare Hance, Donna Weist. Ceorgianna Timm, Shirley
Beclinger, Doris Eggleston, Vivian Davis
Front Row: Mary Ann Harlan, Mildred Waldon, Donna Hibbard, Miss Rockwell, Barbara Smith.
Dare Shirley Nancy Anne Donna
Hance Bedinger Shannon Kompass Montz
Popular, Dancer Successful Bluller Gum Chewer
Ioan Barabara Billy Barbara
Weaver Smith Osborne Welsher
Athletic Devoted Couple Musical
Miss Phipps Mrs. Carter
IN JUNIOR HIGH
lack Tom Ierry Richard Bill
Crouch Schweinzqer Mace Loose Hahn
Popular Handsome Dancer Successful Bluffer
Tom Dale Eddie
Knoll Stevens James
Gum Chewer Studious Musical
Miss Heath Mr. Ham
Assignment Giver Handsome.
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Scattered through the advertising section you will find sketches depicting
the "extra-curricular activities" of some of our faculty members. Look for them
and as you clo, read the messages of our advertisers Whose loyalty helps
to make this book possible. When you patronize these friends, tell them that
you saw their ads in the Tattler and that the school appreciates their support.
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COMMUNITY FINANCE CO.
COMMUNITY CONTRACT CORP.
R. W. SMITH, President
Phone 88 NILES, MICHIGAN 223 N. Fourth Street
They all come io see Bill when they re-visit Ni es High and Bill is always
qlad to see them. Here he finds out about army insignia from Pic. Raymond
PeGan, a former siudent oi his. CBill says ihis is a sissy War and not like the
one in which he rode up San luan hill with Col. Roosevelfs Rough Ridersl
To the Class of 1944
Herman, B. 38
Herman, H. 79
Herman, V. 35
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Q Hess, C. 35, 50, 33, 45
Hess, D. 82
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South Bend 4, Indiana
Hess, M. 51, 37
Hesser, E. 79
Hesser, I. 40, 52
Hessey, D. 79, 88
Hessev, R. 35
Hiatt 19, 29, 72
Hibbard 84, 89
Hickerson, Martha 33,
Hickerson, Nlax 85, 88
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Hill, Gloria 85
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Hinkle 35, 48, 46
I Hintz 38
Hipshier, B. 19
Hipshier, W. 29
Hipshier, 1. 38
Hlpshier, 1. 38, 52
Hochmuth, H. 83
Hochmuth, R. 38, 49, 52,
Horner, B. 81
Horner, E. 84
Horner, Marj. 84
Huber, W. 39
Huber, 1, 35
Hunt, I. 82
Hunt, V. 39
Hur'1uutt 44, 79
Hvink 89, 84
Iackson, B. 81
Iackson, C. 35, 49 44 56
Iackson, F. 35, 52
Iaeqer 48, 79
Q 59, 46 Iames se, 89
Q Hoese 83 lameson 19, 44, 48 46
Hoffman 38, Iaynes 79
E Hoisington 38, 44, 48 Ietfries, C. 41
i Holy 85, 88 leffries, F. 41
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Delcie 59, 50, 44,
Ie-an 20, 48, 50,
Robert Ir. 35, 86
Robert 10A 39
Robert 7A 88
Iones, A. 35
Iones, Darlene 35
Iones, Davy 79
Iones, Dorlene 20, 29
lones, E. 84
lones, Marian 39
Iones, Mari. 20
Jones, Ray 86
Icnes, Rich. 37
Kane 20, 48
Kasler 81, 82
Kaufman, V. 20, 51, 48,
Keen, C. 84
Keen, M. 83
Kehrer, 1. 83, 89
Kehrer, M. L. 84
Kell 20, 49, 48, 46, 30
Kendall, D. 85
Kendall, N. 84
Kessiclc, Lucille 35
King, 1. 39, 52
Kinq, R. 35
Klimek, C. 20, 48
Klimelc, E. 79
Klinqler 35, 70
Kloko, D. 85
Kloko, W. 20, 49, 56, 46, 33
Klute, A. 89, 82, 88
Klute, B. 20, 50, 30, 14
Klute, F. 79
Klute, K. 85
Knapp, B. 20, 51, 48, 30
Knapp, Mel 41, 52
Knapp, Mild. 41, 51
LLOYD H. KRUEGER
Savings and Loan Building
121 N. Third St.
Wayne Lumber Co.
Lumber and Building Materials
Paints - Roofs - Coal
611 Wayne St. Telephone 1014
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Korman 37, 52, 58
Krause 20, 27
Krell 35, 48, 50, 46
Laberteaux 20, 61, 59, 28
Lagoni 41, 59
Lake, P. 21, 52, 48, 46, 30
Lamberton, B. 86
Larnberton R. 84
Larson, B. 84
Larson, T. 82
Latis1aw, M. 79
Amelia Owen, proprietor
Four Flags Beauty Shop
Lecnord 33, 48, 44
Lepel 35, 48, 50, 46.
Liebetrau 82, 89, 88
Linsenmier, M. 39
Linsenmier, R. 79
Locke 86, 89
Loose, M. 21, 48, 30
Loose, R. 82
Lowe 37, 44, 48
Luke, B. 39
Luke, M. 86
Luke, P. 86
Lundberg, B. 21, 30
Lundberg, D. 39, 86
Lundgren, A. 81
Lundgren, T. 39
Lunger 35, 50, 33, 70
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Meyers, R. Mould 81
Meyers, W. Moyer, G. 21
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Miars, Ioyce 82 Myers, I. 85
Miles, B. Myers, R. 81
Miles, D. 88, 89 Myers, Bob 88
Miles, F. 79
Miller A. 35 Nelson 85
Miller, Allan 35 Nevill
Miller, B. 21, 48, 30 Newton 79
Miller, C. 85, 88 Nichols 88
Miller, E. 82 Nicholson, C. 85
Miller F. 81 Nicholson, E. 85
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Miller, S. 21, 48 Norris, B. 79, 89
Mills 44, 79, 88 Norris, F. 39
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Reed, E. 80 Rogers, W. 49, 44, 59, 46
Reed, K. Rollins 82
Regenos 36 Rood 89
Reid, 1. A. Rooks 36-49, 46
Reid, 1. E. 22-49, 72 Rose, B,
Reidenback 23, 48, 30 Rose, R. 86
Reider Rossow, D. 81
Renner 23 Rossow, W. 23, 50, 30
Renterghen 80, 88 Rough 80 - '
Reum, B. 82 Rubin 36, 46
Reum, 1. 85 Ruetz, M. 39, 28, 65
Reum, S. 41, 50 Ruetz, N. 85
Ruth Rockwell 80 Runyan, D. 86 -
Reynolds 80 Runnels 39
Rhodes, B. Russell, E. 84
Rhodes, R. 86, 89, 88 Russell, M. 84
Rice, F. 80 Russell, P. 81
Rice, 1. 36, 46, 27, 70 Rutherford, E. 49, 37, 44,
Richardson 36 46
Ricks, R. 23, 49, 46, 30, 27
Ricks, S. 51, 80, 89
Righter, 1. 84
Righter, P, 39
Ristau 23, 44, 48, 28
Robbins, B. 36, 44, 48, 88
Robbins, Buddy 86
Rodgers, G. 82, 86
Rodgers, 1. 39, 50
1ohn 36, 33
Roebeck, 1... 80
Rogers, K. 39
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Rutter 23, 49, 46, 30
Sager 36-49, 46
Sallack, B. 23, 48
Sallack, P. 80
Scrratore 41, 52, 59
Schctber 36, 51, 30
Schadler, E. 36
Schadler, 1. 39
Schaen, C. 36
Schaen, P. 23, 52, 14, 27
Schiele Singer, G.
Schlosser 23 Singer, 1. 80
Schmidt 80 Sittler 36, 51, 70
Schmueser, 1. 84 Skalla, E. 85
Schmueser, 1. 36, 75 Skcrlla, 1ack 39
Schnoor, B. 36, 51, 48, 46 Skalla, 1. 39, 52
Schnoor, C. 23, 49, 48, 46, Skalla, W. 36
28, 14, 27 Skopec 80
Schott, H. Sly 80
Schott, 1. 85 Smalley
Schott, L. Smeltzer 36
Schrader 36 Smith, Barb., 44, 80, 89
Schroeder 82 Smith, B. 1.
Schrumpf, D. 81, 88 Smith, Billy 86
Schrumpf, P. 36-51 Smith, D. 80
Schweinzger, 1. 36, 54, 70 Smith, Doris 80
Sqhweinzger, T, 82, 89, 88, Smith, Dorothy 80
75 V Smith, 1. 26, 28
Secor 39, 50 Smith, Leon 23, 44, 48
Seeberger, Ioan 84, 88 Smith, 1... 50, 28, 80, 14
Seeberger, 1. 37 Smith, M.
Seifert 80 Smith, Mary 36
Shadler 86 Smith, M. L. 82
Shannon 82, 88 Smith, P. 80
Sheeler 37, 65 Smith, Robert 86
Shepardson 80 Smith, R. 80
Shields, G. Smith, R. Sr. 23, 44, 48
Shields, H. 39, 52, 59
Shoemaker 80, 88, 89
Short 23, 48, 30
Snouwaert, F. 39
Snouwaert, 1-1. 24, 48
Snyder, D. 80
Sonnenleiter, A. 86
Shrider 58 Sonnenleiter, R. 80
'Shrumid, 88 Southworth 36, 49, 46
Siebert 41 Spain 80
Simpson, B. 51, 80 Spencer
Simpson, C. 86 Springsteen 39
Singer, A. 36 Stafford 40, 51, 50
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Stanley, G. 40, 44, 48, 46 Thomas, I. 37 VanDusen Wanko 51, 44, 80, 89
Stanley, M. 85, 89, 88 Thompson, B. 86 Vandyqritf 84 Ward, M. 80
Starck 40 Thompson, L. 36 VanDyke 86 Ward, V. 44, 48, 80
Starke Thompson, M. 86 VanGi1der 24, 56, 28, 72 Warren 36, 48, 46, 70
Starr Tibbs, K. 24, 56, 28 VanLue, I. 80 Waugh 82
Statler 36, 56 Tibbs, R. 41 VanLue, Ioe 24 Weaver, I. 82
Steere 40 Tickfer, I. 24, 30 VanTuyl, B. 80 Vtfeaver, T. 80
Steiqely, K. 24, 30, 74 Tickfer, M. 36 VanTuy1, R., Ir. 36, 49, 46 Weaver, W. 41
Steigely, P. 40 Timm 80, 89 VanTuyl, R. 84, 88 Webber, C. 25, 72
Steinbauer 24, 49, 50, 44 Tomlinson 80 Vargo 38, 58 Webber, K.
56, 28, 14, 75 Toney 36 Ventrella 80 Vtfebber, L. 85
Steiner 24, 49, 30 Tonkin, R. 80 Vernon 40, 44 Webber, M. 80
Stephens 80 Tonkin, W. 36 Vetter, A. 82, 88, 89 Webber, N. 40, 51
Stephenson Travick, D. 84 Vetter, E. 36 Webber, P.
Stevens, D. 85, 88 Travick, F. 37 Vining 24, 28 Vtlebster 36, 49, 58, 46
Stevens, M. 86, 89 Travick, l. 24, 28 Voqelsanq 41, 59 We-del, Donald 80
Stokely 41 Trowbridge 80 Vollman 25, 72 Wedel, D.
Stone Troxell 86 Vore 40 W'edel, P. 82
Stoops 40 Trueschell 24, 49, 46 Wedel, R.
Stover, L. 80 Truesdell Weqener, 86
Stover, R. 80 Trussell 36, 44, 48 Wadel 41, 80 Weqner, I. 84
Stratton 80 Tuesley, E. 24 Wages 40 Weqner, Iohn 36, 61, 59
Strauss 24, 44, 48 Tuesley, S. 80 Wagner 80 Weiqhart, M. 80
Studt Turk Waite 25, 28 Vtfeiqhart, W. 80
Suss 24, 27 Turner, B. Waldon 89 Weiler, I. 40
Swarthout 82 Turner, R. 00 Walker, I. 25, 48, 46, 30, Weiler, T.
Sweisberqer 44, 48, 80 Tuttle 86 89 Weist, D. 89
Syson, D. 86, 88 VVa1ker, Iohn 85, 88 Weist, F. 82
Syson, L. 86 Walker, M. 51, 37, 50, 44, Weist, lean 80
Ullrey 40, 49 48, 46 Weist, Ioan 81
Unruh 82 Walker, R. 80 Vtfeist, R. 81
Taylor, B. 80 - Wallace 41, 52 Weist, T. 82
Taylor, S. 36, 49, 48, 46 Walls Welling 80
Thayer 24, 49, 50, 30, 14, Vail 82 Walters, A. 80 Wellinqham 37
72 VanArman 44, 80 Walters, B. 80 Welsh, R., Sr. 25
Teeter, I. 86 Vandenburq, G. 80 Walters, K. 25, 49, 30 Welsh, R. 48, 80
Thomas, B. Vande-nburg, T. 84 Walters, R. 25, 30 Welsher, B. 85, 89
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"Reading maketh a tull man." Within the silent Walls ot the Senior High
library, Robert Cutler acts as librarian tor our iine collection oi iacts and
iiction. Through the untirinq eiiorts ot Miss Hoyt, the shelves are lined with
every type ot literature.
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Wilken 80 Young, E. 86 ! S Q
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Wilkinson 40 Young, H. 40 ' '
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Williams, B. 40 Younq, Leona 25, 30 Q Q
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Witimack 36, 50 Zimmerman, H. 86 i
Woll, I. 36, 46 Zimmerman, I. 85 , l
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Wolter 36 Zimmerman, V. 37 i
Wood, I. 82, 81, 80 Zordel, D. Z5, 52, 60, 59, S
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Woods, Iack 84 .
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lmcing Sliiipctl up, :intl the big iolw coincs First. Store-lironts. :intl otitrt'
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stall work iintl lmomlaing lrom tlic nit' must prccctlc gi mgiior invasion, so
protlnct tlcvclopmcnt. rcsczlrcli, testing.
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PERIODICALS - PAPERS - SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
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"SaIon where individuality counts"
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Mary Lee Marlin
Mary Alyce Radka
so gggege C be eeeg C as
lt seems that many long years ago on the "ldes of March" one I. Caesar
was basely assassinated in the Roman Senate by a gent named Brutus. This
year, on the anniversary of the crime, it was re-enacted in Miss Talburt's
Latin classes with Garland Stanley in the role oi Caesar and Paul Binns
wielding the dagger. After the tragedy, a dummy was deftly substituted in the
casket Ccrepe-draped orange crate to youl and after lying in state for several
days it was orated over by Mark Antony CEcldie Martini and duly and cere-
moniously cremated on the playground.
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i poems, is now in the hands of the publisher.
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Quality First! No more doubtful values! That's the
ultimatum of today's wise shoppers. Penney's endorses
We put quality first because it's good common 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 abandoning
our rigid standards. Low prices appeal to us, of course.
Penney's is always searching them out and presenting
them to you daily. But-ALWAYS-quality is the distin-
guishing factor. One hundred per cent is our ideal-and
Penney's values must NEVER fail to measure up to it.
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BOYS TODAY-MEN TOMORROW!
Today, as in every national crisis, the young men of America are
furnishing the backbone for our armed forces. They are strong,
wide-awake and eager to do their share.
To these young men, America must look, not only to do the
fighting, but also to take up the responsibilities of government after
victory is won.
Some of them enter the service as soon as their high school career
is ended. Others take up the burden even before they have completed
Those of us at home salute these men of tomorrow. May their
minds be alert at all times to protect them from the common enemy.
And may their war-time experience furnish the basis for a lasting
peace under which the citizens of all nations may enjoy life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness.
The Niles Daily Star
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117 N. Third sr. Phone 397
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SARAH B's KITCHEN
A Friendly Place where Strictly
Home Cooked Foods Are Served
Also Fountain Service
226 MAIN ST. PHONE 753
321 S. 3rd St. Niles, Michigan
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For Best of Cleaning
SWANK DRY CLEANERS
113 N. 3rd. Phone 765
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Bakers of Better Bread
104 E. Main St. Phone 399
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Shoe Repair Shop
First Quality and Good Service
THANK You-CALL AGAIN
113 N. Second St. Opp. Riviera
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CREDIT ASSOCIATION, INC.
311 E. Main
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Schick 81 Sons
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Ice Cream Fountain
"For Refreshment's Sake"
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Johnson and Garlanger
SHOES, LUGGAGE, and
2I3 Main Niles, Michigan
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Coal - Ice - Stokers
509 Wayne St. Phone 32I
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THE TRADING POST
Dave Lowe, Prop.
IIO2 S. Ilth U. S. 31 South
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PRICE 8. KIGER
324 North Fourth Street
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ClTlZEN'S COAL COMPANY
526 N. Front Phone 764
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"A Service Institution"
544 Broadway St. Phone 455
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P. M. NOESGES GUS. BERNAHL
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i The FINEST FOOD STORE in the City of Niles
Q Everyday Low Prices on Fine Groceries, Meats,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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2 Zll N. Front St.
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Q CRAMER'S GROCERY
E 4l4 Michigan St. Phone l4l
2 Niles, Michigan
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I 22l N. 4th sf. Phone 992
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Real-Estate C1 Insurance
422 E. Main Street
ROBERT J. GANO
Quality Plumbing and Heating
Plumbing Service is in Keeping with the High-
Grade Fixtures that We Sell
Hickory Street Phone 450
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Insurance and Real Estate
306 E. Main St. Phone I8lW
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Tynan's One-Stop Grocery
Service Pleasingly Different
208 E. Main St. Phone I03
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"Chicken in the Rough"
We Cater to Parties
Phone I58 Niles, Mi:h.
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New and Used Furniture
25 E. Main Phone l088
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7 LAWYERS OF NILES
. GEORGE S. KELLER
BURNS AND HADSELL
Reliable Bldg. Phone 118 State Bank Bldg. Phone 122
THOMAS M. FARRELL WHITE AND WHITE
301W E. Main Phone 1824 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 217
MELVIN F. RAHN DONAHUE AND GRATHWOHL
Masonic Bldg. Phone 206 302 Sycamore St. Phone 105
OSTEOPATI-I OF NILES
311 E. Main St.
CHIROPRACTORS OF NILES
' s. L. RICE, D. C. MAX KASLER, D. c.
527 E. Main St. Phone 286 520 E. Main Phone 1036
VETERINARIAN OF NILES
K. H. FRASER
V2 Mile East on M-60 Phone 599
DENTISTS OF NILES
J. G. BRODIE E. R. RUTHSATZ
Burns and Kerr Bldg. Phone 758-W Fourth and Cedar Phone 801
D. c. WALTER w. F. MARTIN .
119 N. Third Phone 605-W N. I 301 Main Phone 1405
- ROBT. G. TURNER
107 N. Second St. Phone 507-W
PHYSICIANS OF NILES
HENDERSON 6' HENDERSON H. C. KLING
lRobt.l Phone 18-W lFred1 Phone 2-W Fourth and Cedar Phone 1200-W
107 N. Second St. '
I N. A. HERRING
JOHN E- AMES 212 Sm Bldg. Phone 896
307 Sycamore St. Phone 25-W Res. 906
W L. L. HARRISON RUSSELL-HART
Walton Bldg. . Phone 84-W 202 Star Bldg. Phone 257-W
H. M. PRITCHARD D U SCOTT MOORE
12 N. Fourth Phone 774-W 107 N. Second St. - Phone 1015-W
R D. L. DILL
Burns Cr Kerr Bldg.- Phone 913-W4
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