Normal Community High School - Echoes Yearbook (Normal, IL)

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DEAN BIRKLEBAW 37 ,luly 29 l9l9 killed in action Nov 2l 194-2 National Cuard Unit New Guinea Purple Heart was awarded posthumously PRIVATE FIRST CLASS EUGENE WILSON WADE 38 U S Marine Corps January 25 1919 killed in action January 13 1915 during an attack upon enemy positions ln Guadalcanal Lxpert rifle marksmanship and bayonet medals Pug Th IN MEMURIAM GERTRUDE KAY KRUPP June 15 1906 December 30 1942 Her llfe was rxch ln understandlng joy of servxce V1 or smcerxty and unselflsh loyalty to her frlends Her capaclty for endless work and personal sacrxflce her power to mstxll ambltlon and lnsplra d tt d Whatever she dnd she dld wlth prlde Wlth resolutlon and with her whole heart It was she who orlglnated and sponsored all PTCVIOUG ed1t1ons of the Reuerze lnsplred and stxmulated by what she had accompllshed we the staff of the l94'3 ed1t1on have labored together to produce a treasure chest of preclous memorles a Reterze worthy to stand alonr slde those flrst elght volume The challenge of Gertrude Krupps llfe to make the most of your ab1l1t1es w1ll llve long 1n the hearts of the students and faculty of Normal COITlITlllDlty H1 h School who todav honor her memory s -' 9 , 1 . C 9 u n tion, gained for her our respect, a miration, graiu e. ' ' , ' ' ' , ' I 7 9 N I' . . 7 . . i . V V U . . . S. ,,, 4 . ' Y 'U V " l C 1 Q fQe ' REVERIE STAFF -F Q sit Atl-Kly U A v""+ 57 W Bo X , if ul Lv' 'fr-T fl , 'x ilxwi U Fdltor ln chlef Buemesa Mana er Actlutlea Edntor Semor Eclltor Junior Edltor Sophomore Edxtor Freehman Edltor Photo raph Fdxtor Se-mor Photograph Llterarv Edltor 'Nlu xc Fdltor Sporte Fdltor Pclltor A 1 t Yelma Short Nlelha ,lean lehr Xera llrammll llllla f reen low Henmn er 'Nlarjone Hou er Twpl t Joanna Clark Helen lorclon 'llarjorle Starltu SponsorQ 'Klux lolene Home Nlr- lugene lxex- Marlon Fey Roy Barclay Yera Bramwell Robert Rhoades Shlrley Blame Low Cates Betty Burrows Robert Holhert iharlotte Norris Lucllle YeaGt Ann Txmler Robert Brad ewalex n Nlor an Roberta X 2 1 5 . 5 1 is S 7 i ir l 3 5 , , V 4: In :A L 4 7. 1 1, l 1 ' -- v ' 5 3' l ' l gi If ? 2 I t if l ' l f 1' , i : t 3 1 , t -4 0 . .gy 0 6 Q . N, A I . L f f t l y. l ' l . 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Q , , DIIIECTDRS 0F N C H S TRAINING SCNO0L FUR GIIEMLINS .-,,f.-.-gr L LOIS MARLING A B Math Soclal Scnence ROY HILL Engineer HARLAN J STOLTZ Ed M Pnnclpal aku JOHN HEIM Jamror PEARL CROCKER Janlfress 54 ffff f 5 f ff QA 5 A , 'M -s WI' RICHARD SCOTT Servung nn Army ELTA M MAST B Ed Science MARY F KEYS B Ed MONROE M ELTON M Supennlendenl Q1 46, Y' MARGARET MURRAY FRANCES BAKER ESAU DOTLICH A B Calaferla Mgr Soclal Sfudles School Nurse Assnsfanf Coach HELEN LLOY B Ed ALCIA BROWN KIMBALL BISHOP Librarian d M B Ed Home Economics Science 1 MARY E EVELSIZER MILDRED BOPP EULA MATHEW BEd MARY C MILLER CLARENCE KUSTER Offlce Amsfanf M English B Ed d M Socnal Science English Smufh Hughes Agrlc qw LA MARTHA M JAMES KEITH MIDDLETON IMOGENE STEWART COLENE HOOSE DUNCAN MILLER M B Ed B Ed M B Ed Lahn Englush Manual Arls SOUBI 55' Commeffe Speech English Muslc lb GLENN McCONKEY Physical Educahon ELIZ GLENDENING JOHN CHIDDIX EDGAR BAILEY RALPH AREND5 A B B E A A B M A d,M r :lg . 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A. A. Pep Club 2 Newspaper Staff 3 Crafts Club 1 Rhoades rus 3 Presentation Group 3 Honor Society 2 Reverie Staff '43 Dramatics Club 3 Orchestra 4 Band Sax Quartet 2 F. F. A. 4 Pep Club 3 Newspaper Staff 2 Basketball 3 Footba "White Banners" Quartet 2 John Smith Junior Class Pres. Radio Club 1 Reverie Staff "41" Dramatics Club 3 Gun Club 1 Basketball 3 Footba Track 3 Hi-Y 2 "Tons of Money" "Ever Since Eve" "Young April" Band 1 4 112 112 Carolyn Reddel Mixed Chorus 1 Library Club 2 Librarian 2 G. A. A. 2 Music Club 1 Sewing Club 1 Duncan Funk Transfer: Ben Funk Social Manners Club 1 F. F. A. 1 Alice Cox Home Ec. Club 4 G. A. A. 1 Spencer Carter Science Club 1 Radio Club 1 Football 2 Boy Scouts 4 Projectionist Club 2 Mary Hinthorn Social Manners Club 1 Red Cross Sewing Club Home Ec. Club 2 Eugene Chambers F. F. A. 2 Athletics Club 1 News Commentators 1 'L.4.z'?fi1g . 'f' 7 yi . rf? JQW A15 vi N "if, iii Jack Gillis Transfer: B. H. S. F. F. A. 2 Athletics Club 2 Track 2 Football 2 Lillian Morgan Home Ec. Club 1 Dramatics Club 2 Social Manners Club 1 Study Club 1 Prom Queen '42 Pep Club 4 Robert Ward Pep Club 4 Gun Club 1 Camera Club 1 Social Functions 1 Reverie Staff 1 Dramatics Club 1 "Ever Since Eve" "White Banners" "June Mad" Margaret Hinshaw Student Council 1 Hi-Tri 2 Honor Society 3 Dramatics Club 1 Home Ec. Club 1 Red Cross Sewing Club 1 G. A. A. 4 Pep Club 3 Newspaper Staff 2 Needlecraft Club 1 Latin Contest Delegate 1 Margaret J. Lampe Cup Red Cross Council 1 Harry Kunkler Wrestling 1 Athletics Club 3 Pep Club 1 Projectionist Club 3 Louise Myers Mixed Chorus 3 Library Club 3 Librarian 1 Presentation Group 1 Social Functions 1 Dramatics Club 1 Orchestra 4 Home Ec. Club 1 String Ensemble 4 G. A. A. 2 Honor Society 1 Hi-Tri Council 1 'TV cf 3 James Meredith Gun Club 3 Athletics Club 1 F. F. A. 1 Victory Corps 1 Frances Orrick Transfer: Ben Funk Library Club 1 Gerald Wollenschlager F. F. A. 2 Gun Club 1 Athletics Club 3 Robert Harris Transfer: Pontiac Football 1 Athletic Club 1 In Service Mable Able Library Club 2 Camera Club 1 Social Manners Club Home Ec. Club 1 feel' Raymond Mink Mixed Chorus 2 Dramatics Club 2 Athletics Club 1 Gun Club 1 Pep Club 2 Track 4 Football 1 Boy Scouts 4 Hi-Y 2 "Tons of Money" 1 Imogene Hill Dramatics Club 3 Home Ec. Club 1 G. A. A. 3 "Peck's Bad Boy" William Dunbar Baseball Manager 1 Projectionist Club 4 Victory Corps 1 Hi-Y 1 Doris Collins Transfer: Towanda Mixed Chorus 2 Student Council 1 Red Cross Sewing 1 G. A. A. 2 Dale Steege F. F. A. 2 Athletic Club 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Track 4 Football 4 In Service Vera Bramwell Mixed Chorus 3 Honor Society 1 Reverie Staff "43" Dramatics Club 2 Band 3 G. A. A. 4 Newspaper Staff 2 String Ensemble 1 Orchestra 2 Crafts Club 1 Needlecraft Club 1 "White Banners" "June Mad" QSKK Qsmwg., 'SIMS Edward Martenson Golf team 2 v..JS.u.S- JJ... Golf Club 2 Athletics Club 1 ' Camera 1 Honor Society 1 Mixed Chorus 1 In Service Nlww. xo. , xfvv-I 13 if 'G AR" XNX Margaret Fmlev Mixed Chorus 2 Honor Society 3 Dramatics Club 4 Orchestra 2 String Ensemble 1 A A Pep Club 2 Pecks Bad Jos Bos? A yy K 5.1 Dale Biedenharn Athletic Club 4 Track 4 Football 4 Co Captain Football 1 Charlotte Norris Pep Club 3 A A Gun Club 1 Reverle Staff 43 Dramatics Club 1 Newspaper Staff 3 Movie Selectlon 1 Needlecraft Club 1 Camera Club 1 Harvey Teutsch Athletics Club 2 Radio Club 1 ne Timler Honor Society 2 Orchestra 4 Music Club 1 Needlecraft Club 1 Social Manners Club 1 Red Cross Sewing 1 String Ensemble 1 Reverie Staff '43 Leland Powers F. F. A. 4 Honor Society 1 Dramatics Club 1 Social Manners Club 1 Athletic Club 2 Track 4 -af' H 'Qu- Frank Nettervllle Fresh Class Pres Camera Club 1 Dramatlcs Club 1 Athletics Club Track 3 Golf Club 1 Golf team 1 June Mad Gord on Kwaslgroh Transfer Ben Funk Gun Club 1 Basketball 1 A-1 Jean Small Pep Club 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Dramatics Club 4 Newspaper Staff 1 Student Council 1 Robert Bozarth Camera Club Band 2 . F. A. Athletic Club 3 Pep Club 2 Basketball 2 Baseball 1 Hi-Y 2 Howard Frink Mixed Chorus 3 Social Function 1 Honor Society 4 Orchestra 4 Band 4 Projectionist Club 1 Boy Scouts 2 Staff 2 Since Eve" of Money" 1 Mary E. Sheppard Mixed Chorus 1 Honor Society 1 Science Club 2 Newspaper Staff 1 Library Club 1 1 . rl ov 9: Q6 Naomi Muffley Transfer: Ben Funk Mixed Chorus 1 G. A. A. 1 Gun Cub 1 Band 1 Robert Thayer Mixed Chorus 4 Presentation Group 4 Band 2 Dramatics Club 2 Athletic Club 4 Newspaper Staff 2 Baseball 1 Track 1 Football 2 Boy Scouts 4 Assembly Committee 1 Manager Basketball 1 Manager Track 1 Juanita Stephens Transfer: Bloomington Social Manners Club 1 Red Cross Club 1 Home Ee. Club 1 Donald Anderson Athletics Club 4 Basketball 4 Captain Basketball 1 Baseball 4 Track 4 Football 4 Co-Captain Football 1 Helen Beyer Pep Club 2 Girl Scouts 2 Home Ec. Club 1 Movie Selection 1 Dramatics Club 3 Newspaper Staff 3 "Ever Since Eve" X Park Ran ll Transfer: Be unk, K' At eti Clu 1 Q3 'X S tate ,vdu QQ- fl 111 not gi: , . bi Nr' x QXXX .g"7'v-Y J -rL" Carlos Lawhun Gun Club 3 Projectionist Club 4 Mary Watson Social Functions 1 Newspaper Staff 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Dramatics Club 2 Home Ee. Club 2 Ralph Roy Transfer: Ben Funk Baseball 1 F. F. A. 1 Marian Gates Library Club 2 Crafts Club 1 Sewing Club 1 ?Qg,Lynn Ross Athletics Club 2 Gun Club 2 FBasketball 3 , I gif fi"--L-' Quay-Q F' JNCI., x C-e-,vu 'Xu Pauline Hill Home Ee. Club 2 Pep Club 3 G. A. A. 3 5 '39 1 Edith Hinthorn Home Ec. Club 1 Social Manners Club 2 Red Cr? Club 1 1 la? Jack Burger Mixed Chorus 1 Camera Club 1 Band 2 Gun Club 1 Athletic Club 1 In Service Marion Fey Student Council 1 Hi-Tri 2 Honor Society 3 Newspaper Staff '43 Dramatics Club 1 G. A. A. 4 Red Cross Sewing Club 1 Needlecraft Club 1 Crafts Club 1 Editor Reverie '43 Charles Park Transfer: Ben Funk F. F. A. 1 Track 1 Football 1 Aviation Club 1 Betty Blaine Social Manners Club 1 Red Cross Sewing Club 1 G. A. A. 1 Crafts Club 1 Needlecraft Club 1 Lawrence Mays Gun Club 3 Athletic Club 1 Victory Corps 1 O- Glen Woosley F. F. A. 4 Mary Stotler Library Club 1 Crafts Club 1 Needlecraft Club 1 Social Manners Club 1 James Gilbert Transfer: Ben Funk Honor Society 1 Social Manners Club 1 F, JF. A. 1 L1 Marjorie Starkey Mixed Chorus 3 Library Club 3 Librarian 3 Reverie Staff '43 Dramatics Club 1 Pep Club 3 Cheer Leader 1 Henry Brandt Science Club 3 Athletic Club 1 Projectionist Club 2 Madelyn Muffley Transfer: Ben Funk Gun Club 1 Band 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Orchestra 1 Robert Hines gli-Y 2 " v rack 4 .gb Baseball 4 Football 4 Semor Class Pres Honor Soclety 3 Model Alrplane Club Band 1 Athletlc Club 3 CoCapta1n Football 1 Avxatxon Club 1 Roy Barclay Pep Club 4 Newspaper Staff Basketball 2 Baseball 2 Track 2 Football 1 Semor Class Vlce Pres Sophomore Class Vlce Pres Mlxed Chorus 2 Dramatlcs Club 2 Dora Jean Waters A A D A R Award H1 Trl M Llbrarlan Library Club Sophomore Class Pres Freshman Class Treas Senlor Class Treas Student Councnl 1 Honor Soclety SENIUR IllSTORY On September 5 1939 Normal High was blessed wlth the enrollment of ll7 youthful freshmen From Normal Bloomlngton Hudson and Shlrley we gathered Much that was strange and new con fronted us However we became adapted to the way of thlngs and soon were fully entered ln the merry race from a strong class electxon emerged Frank Nettervllle presldent Vnlan Wells vlce president Dora Jean Waters secretary treasurer Mr Scott was elected freshman class sponsor We took up many actlvltles Many of us entered the muslc fleld newspaper work and other lmportant tasks Several bovs started on thelr brllllant athletlc careers The glrls summoned thelr courage and lnvxted boys to the H1Tr1 Valentme Party We as freshmen also showed our soclal abllltles m fflvmv the Freshman Sopho more party As sophomores we elected Dora ,lean Waters presldent Roy Barclay v1ce president Don Kunkler secretary treasurer and Mlss Hlller class sponsor Act1v1ty was our mlddle name We were ln everything muslc, sports dramatlcs C A A HxTr1 newspaper work we were a versatlle group Three sophomore students gave flne performances ln ,los Boys ' And how we entertalned the freshmen with a birthday party Some floor show' At the close of school we looked back on two years of successful accomplish ments ' 1 I X A f' 2 . . 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' 7 9 5 9 9 ' S , f - - ' , 5 9 n u a, ' 9 i u ' - as 9 9 - - - Page Fiffeen A ylctorlous thlrd round we clalmed when yunlors The score card .lohnny Smlth presldent Tom Paxton ylce presldent, and ,Iovce Stephens were more concerned than eyer wlth school actlyltles We clalmed a hon and were ln Sweet Slxteen of 42 All out for Defense was the name of sored by us Our OH-ICCFQ efflclently gulded us toward the presentation of the ralsed by selllnv soft drunks and candy at home basketball frames and by maglclan shows The banquet a Great success was followed by the Uala labor made hlstory And now as the end draws near we congratulate Bob Hmes president Dora .lean Waters secretary treasurer and M195 Bopp as semor class standlng athletes scholars muslclans edltors are ours to clalm career at Normal Hlvh H every sport fleld In football great style He was elected to ln football In basketball he has made hls greatest performance In fact he ls players Normal Hlgh has ever clalmed Manv are the games that be put of the ledger Une game wlll always be remembered the sectlonal flnal at Don Anderson has had a brllllant sports when only a freshman Don has been a star ln years and played the quarterback posltlon ln read M Chlddlx sponsor 9CCl'Cl8l'N UCHQUFCI' AUHIH C share of the basketball team the ,lunlor Senlor party spon prom and banquet funds were the presentatlon of moyles and prom The frults of our hard Roy Barclay ylce presldent sponsor What a class' Out w n hls N IH basketball he has partlctpated all four one of the trlo of captalncles one of the Greatest basketball Normal on the wlnnlng slde Peorla he made the wln nlng basket orl a long shot ln the closlng seconds Ulylnv the lN C H S basketeers of l942 the clalm of belng flrst sectlonal wlnnlnv team ln Normal Highs hlstory Thls vlctory meant we were one of the Sweet Slxteen at the State Tournament We semors wlll never forget Don Anderson He has also made flne showlngs ln track and baseball He has gtven great honors to our school and we wlsh hlm con tlnued success ln the forthcomlng years Bob Hlnes IS next to Don ln the fleld of sports HIS fancy sldesteppln-1 ln football great defenslve work ln basketball and that lncredlble speed ln the hurdle events have made hlm the great athlete that he IS He was one of the captalns ln football and has often been rated as one of the best defenslve guards ln the state What a man' shot put track man and a great left hander on the mound One of the three football captalns thls year was Dale Bledenharn an excellent blocker and back Bob Bhoade Rav Mlnk Bob Thayer .lack GlllIS Charles Park and many others made up the flvhtlng sons of Normal Hlvh who wlll soon face grad uatlon ,lust as Anderson IS the great athlete so Howard Frlnk IQ the outstandlng scholar HIS grades have always averaged ln the very hlgh 90s but deflnltelv he ts not a bookworm An all rlght fellow who has been ln muslc, dramatlcs quartets a genlus The senlor Ulrls also clalm thelr standouts Lots Hennlnger has spent many a long hour wlth a lot of hard work and effort ln the edltlnff of the lnkspol A wonderful job has been the result .lovce Stephens and Charlotte Blast have glven flne performances ln dramatlc productlons Marlon Fey IS the capable and consclentlous edltor of thls Reverze Another fellow who IQ tall dark and lcensoredl 15 Bob Clldersleeve Rhoades He took whack at eyerythlnv Step rlvht up he slngs plays the plano and saxophone he IS an orator an athlete e c Nlcknames wlll flll a portlon of our memory Mlnnle Andy lll Stevle, Lharkey Dusty Burley, Two Ton Pepper ,leannle Clem llalnbow and manv others are famlllar greetlngs among us SCHIOIG Nor wlll we forget those boys ln the servlce Bob Harrls and Fd Martenson Manv of the boys expect to soon enter the flghtlng scores Good luck, and more power to you Well not forget those old pals and classmates, favorlte teachers admlnlstratlon and conslderate offlce staff and frlendly janltors Well senlors soon we wlll get the green ll ht and be on our way Hard work has brought us honors We are thankful for the many opportunltles at Normal Hlvh Well neyer forget By J' +5 j . . : . 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Page Se IllNl0R CLASS 3rd row H BOOZl0tlS E Garvey M Huffmgton D G1ll1s I Mlller A Breldenbach L Schneeberg B Beasley I Sluplanek M Zehr J Otto M Caldwell Pearson D He5n L Alsene S Blame D Wxese L Schnelder V Cunnlngham R Campbell Carter L Mays M Swlck L Kletz H Alexander Koos A Lock S Koos H Grlffln McArthy G Bramwell H I'0W M Schopp N Poole J Burton Lols Schnelder J Hulvev lst row M A 11.5,-5 as 4th row G Shutt R Brldgewater R Blll B Dunbar W Wllcox W Schultze J Bertrand R Holbert L Ward D Zehr L Schad R Zlmmerman R Schultz 3rdrow C Conklm C Mlller C Evelslzer E Hel ner G Robertson N Cates G Lesher D Davxs S Wllson W Gundy E Carroll F Sacry C Cunllffe 2nd row D Buerkett B Patton R Whlttaker R Gregory B Reeter W Johnson O Cloyd R MlShl6Y Ix Barclay M Thompson L Fowler lst row R Klper D Funk J Altes W Bxddle J Melton enfeen f r .f . ,f if ' Q X .3 f 1 1- A ' ,, , 9' ' L , gf . T i - i P I ' ' 1 'I 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 - I 1 - 1 ' , . , . , . , . . 2 d . 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Y lllNIOR HISTORY The 116 junlors started the school year 1942 H with a ban by electml promnnent class officers The results of the election were Wayne Johnson presldent Jimmy Selottl ylce president and Grace Bramwell secretary treasurer 'llr lxeys our new commerce teacher was chosen as class sponsor They were real troupers and all were strnmv to be of eryxce to the school as well as to their country We were fortunate not to lose but one member of our class for actne seruce ln the llmted States 'Nayy Answermf' Uncle Sam s call was Mlke Greenleaf who left at mud term Allce Rreldenbach Manetta McArthy Lllllan Alsene Dorothy Wlese and Shirley Blame formed the flrst gurl projectlon crew nn the hlstory of Normal fommumty H1 h School An effxcxent Group of boys composed of Richard lilll Blll Harrxs Bud Dunbar Wayne Gundy SteyeW1lson Robert Klper Bruce Reeter and Wesley Wilcox Ill cooperation with the I urls succeeded ln 1 lung to the school the adyantage of superlor programs nn usual educatlon and noonday entertainment lurther seruce to the school was nen by the juniors when Melba ,lean Zehr was chosen as asslstant edltor of the lnkspol wnth Roberta Green NCIXIII' as art edltor The class was represented on the Nauru staff by Robert Rrldffewater Rob Holbcrt and Shirley Rlanne Three shows were sponsored bv the jumor class ln order to enlar fe the class funds for the bugger ments to come later on un the year In spxte of the war and ratlonlng we were fortunate to get enough Durlnv the month of November, the ,lun10rSen1or party was held It was strictly a sports party and the theme was well handled Prom the center of the room hunva football dummy and around the Gym were hurdle The bleachers were used as seats for the people attendlnv Later ln the eyenmf' everyone enjoyed pumpkm ple and mllk Dorothy Wrese Elleen Garvev and Shirley Blame were the H1Tr1 offncers These gurls helped to make possible the Mother Daughter tea and banquet and helped flll a Chrxstmas basket for a needy famrly ln Normal They also were actlve ln helpmv to ralse the money to be donated to the school for the war plaque Students ellglble for the National Honor Soclety were LaRue Schad Melba .lean Zehr Dwwht 7ehr Robert lxlper Lnlllan Alsene Lyle Ward Delmar Davls Glenn Robertson Grace Bramwell lots Schneider June Hulvey Dorothy Gxllls Dorothy Wrese and Shlrley Blame As we look unto the muslc department we fmd that lt IS represented by the followmg people George Lesher Richard Blll Bull Schultze Rlll Harris Roberta Green Grace Bramwell Bud Dunbar Manctta McArthy Robert Mtshler Wayne Gundy Bob Holbert Llllxan Alsene Mlldred Wagner LaRue Schad Nlelba ,lean Zehr Bruce Reeter Wesley Wllcox and Oral Cloyd LaRue Schad and Dwlght Zehr were capable actors ln Tons of Money and Rtchard Rnll and Blll Schultze dlsplaved their dramatxc 3blllll8S IH June 'Vlad I A A members were Grace Bramwell Helen Grlffm Lorene Mays Lakerne Schneider, lots Schnelder Verle Gunnlnvham LaVerne Kletz, Lllllan Alsene Helen Boozlotls Llleen Garyev, Marietta McArthy Lucy Schneeberg ,lean Burton, and Marcella Schopp Track basketball and baseball occupies the tlme for Rxchard McGhee Rlll Schult1e Gene Whlttlng lnll Farl Muller Glenn Robertson Delmar Funk Jlmmy Melton Rud Dunbar Lyle Ward Wayne .lohn son ,loc Bertrand Charles Lonklln Ray Schultz Vernon Cates l'ldon Waters and Robert lxlper Robert and l'ldon were team managers and T'llPf'll Garvey was cheer leader Although no defnnte date has been set for the annual ,lun1orSenlor Prom xt IQ being planned for some tlme m Aprxl We may have to forego the pleasure of a jumor semor banquet because of food ratnomng, but as thus renew goes to press no mformatnon can be gnen G Aly, 'thu :P K Page Eighteen ss' .' 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SOPHOMORE CLASS lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row L i A Craddock V Short A Collms M Patrlck L Schopp E Stahly Runge M Chrlst M Kraft C Chambers F Rodgers M Thompson E McGu1re E Burgland M Waller L Gates N Oakes M Houser Ummel B Peyton R Baker M McCue M McGu1re M Meyer C Maloney L Gerth G Glover J Burns B Ogden M Hubbs M Howell G Nxchols M Whxte L Huffxngton C Doolen J Webb M Sanders R M Iudden V Woolen M L Thompson L Troyer B Thomas 1st Row 2nd Row 3rd Row Page Nmeieen P125 Q Q, 7 D Ummm rp: McCubbm E Bethel N Orr J Severson F Northcutt R Gwen P Larkin P Mlchael Thompson B Armstrong R Starnes Stem L Schopp C Ban' H Miller R Glrves E Eades I Kletz W Mxller E Lockenvxtz Gerzen C Mohr R Meyers J Cade J Watson M Turner H Francls V Sxgler J Irwln Kmney D Hardm C Peasley R Tlmler B Carter D Jensen S Johnson C Shmer B Gxllls McClure C Newbauer J Schlenker ' 3 5 - n m .z V 2 1 8 Z 1 QL 5' ai - , 1' . . A 1 . V' 2 ' A. '7 ,f l 3. - I . . - , .! I' . i ' I fr ,,. 3- -J! A J . ' 4 V- V, " 1 ". . 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' . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . sl' -f-I" ya , 0PHOMORE lllSTORY As freshmen we elected Harry Muller presldent Claude Nlohr ylce pres dent and Leah Schopp secretary We aye a party for the sophomores nn the fall of the year 1941 The entertalnment com mlttee conslsted of 'Vlar aret Patrlck Maryorle Saunders and ,luantta Wehh Marjorie Houser Llla Lee Certh and ,lake Schlenker were on the refreshment commnttee The class sponsor for the year was Mr Ralph Arends The year of 1942 and 1945 be an w1th one hundred ten ophomores Fach one of them was readv to start a new school year and to come out on top as good students Wlth the countmg of ballots we found as class offlcers presldent Llmer fade ylce presldent Harry Mxller secretary Flora Mae Rod ers As sponsor for the year we elected Miss Mary Mar aret Crafts A party 1yen by the sophomores for the freshmen was held Noyember ll 1942 The followlng stu dents prepared the party Margaret Patrlck Jake Schlenker Ferry flover were the entertalnment com mxttee Velma Short Betty Thomas Alan Draper were on the decoratlon commxttee The commlttee for the refreshments were Addle Craddock Marlllyn Meyer and ,llm Watson Mr Kuster Mass Hoose and Mrs Brown were faculty adyxsers ln the mus1c class we have Lyle Schopp Alan Draper Raymond Clrves Myra McCue Velma Short and Lyelyn Stahly Sophomores on the newspaper staff conslsted of l'yelyn Stahly ferry lloyer Lols Cates Velma Short Flora Mae Rodgers and Addre Craddock A few of the boys rate rather hlgh on the sport chart They are Harry Mlller Stanley Johnson Rlchard Starnes and Blll Carter They haye all played on the varsity team 1'r1nk Betty ,lean Peyton acted m June Mad A new student Ill our class thus year IS Wir llllil Woolen We were orry to lo e June Lrbe Arlene lolllns Yera Woodrum Patty Clendenen Ld Weatherly juamta Wehh Raymond Richard and loka Rlakeman Raymond moyed to Wapella Patty to Chenoa Loka Rlalteman to the outhern part of the state and Juanxta moyed to Downs Arlene IS marrled F1 ht students nn the sophomore class belonb to the lNat1onal Honor Soclety They are Velma Short lllarllyn lxraft Flora Wlae Rod ers Mlldred Thompson Addle Craddock Llmer Eades Vmcent S1 ler Howard Francis The sophomore H1 Trl was conducted by Addle Craddock chalrman Marilyn Kraft vnce charrman and Myra McCue secretary Wlth the precedm revlew we close a happy sophomore year to return a am next year as jumors Class of 45 N C H 1n Came a class that loyed both work and fun They came from country clty and around Whlle freshles they hardly made a sound But sllly sophomores we are now Extremely different from last year And How Soma, xlext year olly umors we wxll be 1 1 But later sorry semors you wlll see f Q Ky If pupxls and teachers all surylye Craduatlon day comes ln 45 - ' X ' . 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N, 6.191 YI Page T enfy FRESHMAN CLASS 4th row L Waller M Anderson D Collms E Bleber M Outlaw B Dragoo L Hadden J Eades L Phllllps M Reeter M Thelvagt J Slmons G Ludden 3rd row L Thompson J WlHCh8St9F D Zlmmerman D Campbell B Colllns D Mears B Buzard M Ambrose P Sacry D Huffmgton B Peck 2nd row J Welse H Duguld M Patton M Blddle D Blunk S Hennmger M Wagner M Weltmg L Dillon B Knuth E Klper lst row J Gehrt B Schad D Davls M Bryant D Caldwell C Geske E Cooper Powell B Pearson H Mxller R Starkey A M Metcalf B Burrows 4th row 3rd row 2nd row lst row Page T enfy one rr' :nr W-1 wsu ft Q l Adams D Ranney W Bayless W Fuller L Troyer B Craxg H Robertson H Eades Klper F Cates D Hmshaw T Bradbury M Mxller Collms G Armstrong D Mohr J Peterson G Crockett Don HlnSh3W D Denzer H Fowler Arbuckle F Swope V Hmshaw Patrlck D Pealrs K Fletcher R Schwartz D McCannon J B Heller F Remschner Stratton T Lmden R Morrlssey E Mlllard Breldenbach E Conklln B Whxtman C Melton G Hardesty J Brown J Thlevagt R Allan Schwartz 2 J , I ' , G 5 1 X , . , I '4 Q , . 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FRESHMAN HlSTORY In September of last year one hundred and thirty HIIXIOUS tudent came to Normal lommunlty H1 h School a freshmen About eycnty flye came from Normal Central while the ret came from Shirley Dry lroye Hud on and Lake Bl0OITllIl ton The electlon of class offlcer wa one of our flrst major problem After l the countln and excltement we found we had elected Harlan Heller pre ldent Bull Aande raft ynce pre ldent and .ludy lehrt ecretary treasurer We chose 'Alr Ale! onkey a our uardlan h utded u throu h the flrst semester When because of hls resl natlon at NCHS we had to haye a new ponsor 'Alr Bailey was cho en He left after one week as sponsor and so we elected 'Vlr Blshop An eyent of great lII'llJOI'l3llCC to the freshmen the annual Freshman Sophomore party for whlch St Patrlcks was used as the theme The commxttees were headed by Judy Cehrt Harlan Heller and Weldon Bayless The newspaper wa represented by Quzanne Hennnn er Harlan Heller Charles Nlelton Fordon Armstrong and Betty Burrows Betty also served as freshman edltor of the Retene The clas show some promise of future muslcal talent and dramatlc alnllty As we look at the muslc department we fmd Dorothy Caldwell Charles Melton ,lean Heller Francrs Remschner Don Mohr ln the school play entltled Tons of Money Leadm, roles m June Mad were plaved by Betty Lou Schad and Tom lxnden Other freshmen actm parts were Cordon Armstron Judy Cehrt Bob Allan Marlhonor Metcalf Those athletlcallv mclmed urls lnterested 1n C A A were Donna DHVIS Mar aret Anderson Mildred Blddle Donna Blunk Bermce Collms Fllen Cooper Judy fehrt Suzanne Hennlnger June Fades Betty lou Schad Betty Peck LOIS Thompson Helen Mears Beva Starkey Dorothy Zlmmerman Phyllls Sac-rv Delorr Huffln ton Lorrame Carnes Betty Burrows Donxta Powell Charlotte Ceske and Marv Muller Those athletlcally mclmed bovs were John Peterson Clen Crockett Don Mohr Tom Llnden Howard Lades Bob Allan Burton Whitman Forrest Gates Dlck McCannon Edward Mnllard Donald Hmshaw and Francls Bemschner Wlth MISS James as our sponsor and Charlotte Ceske Bermce Collms and Dons Campbell our offxcers our H1Tr1 group was ulded through a pleasant and successful year Axdm the Junxor Red Cross were Rlchard McCannon Bob Allan Tom Bradbury and Betty Burrows Bob was also on the Inter clty Councll With thl blt of lnformatlon we conclude thls hxstory of the freshman class and turn our thoughts to the next step as sophomores PRESHNIAN VIUX POINT Creen row the Freshmen Sllly Sophomores say But wouldnt you rather be reen than silly' Any day 7 freen row the l'reshmen Jolly Junxors muse After all arent these their customs AA e user' G , . ras '04 Green vrow the Freshmen, ' Wy Ny Salnted Seniors say Don't you know the' all started out l' That way? Page Tren! v F' . uv er" Af , tn 'lv x iq, yfo E Q4 B Qscnwar 0 S y . U I- S S I , 1 . .g 1' Q '. s ' g . ' .. ' s ' s ' , ' s. . H . ' g ' ' ' : . s' : ' " g . " s' 1 j I . s '- . ' . . . . I ' s g ' - e g ' s g ' ., 5 .i . ' - '. Qg ' gl ' ' 's ., . . . ' I' '- ' ' . was ., - ' ' . ' . ' : 5 5 . ' ., ' ' ' 1 , . '., ' S ., I' . ' g , . T t . I ., U. Y 1. . ' I ' ' . f ' V I I' ' . T . . . .a 9 - 9 Marihonor Metcalf, Bob Allan. Marjorie Patton, Harlan Heller. and Cordon Armstrong. Cordon was also ' , - sc 99 ' U J - as as V - ' U Y - I . . . D M 1 g, 1 , . . . U : ' ' g' . ' ., ' 1. . . ' . g . S , ' ' - v 1 9 7 v 1 4 9 4 - -Q - -l. v ' ,f .f' S g v 7 1 J "Tv V e A ' e v . Q S . . . g N 5 I q , . y Q 'T' I ' e 9 1 9 V s ls , D . . . U . U . D ' - 5 - 1 1 .. .S . . . W .L . v L Ku U .. 5 we I g . . U .y V . U H 1 P 1 M ' , - Q ss 1 g . ,. . , L. 5 y ACT I V ITIU ff -ff" Q' '5' Q'f52f?fQf 15,4 Fw? X71 44.624, fffaiaf Zeyflm ,blind ,Wad fu,-1X,wa4.fl L LAM m 74Xa6Wfffu4C ,MLM ZAAZC MM, ,fiwmff will Aw-icwC,l.wf7ofw MeZ , 8:a,m,.,,m1fJ1v ,Jw AQMMA4 f ml Lal, ,ff .zfwwlflfw ,LIL ,LJ WMTM fb wff 7L'd6A61:..?m M Zjjzizxff fzjjjz, A Wwfffzggm fx M5552 4'W'J7!A7fQif14f4L 724271 ffl if lm 1-1,.M,L:-44461 59 WV' 94 ry ,Powys :Q 9 '- U NATIDNAL ll0NOR SUCIETIES 3 E ses.- OO 4:11 rr- gm Frances V Slgler D Glllls D Wlese S Blame L Ward M Thompson E Eades, F Rodgers Kraft W Short A Craddock G Lesher, Mlss James Henmnger R Kiper M Fey D Dav1s,Lo1s Schnelder L Alsene R Green D Zehr M Zehr Schad G Bramwell J Hulvey G Robertson '11mler M Hlnshaw M Flnley, L POWQIS L Myers R Rhoades J Anderson H Frlnk Bramwell M Sheppard D Waters R Hmes 1st Row 2nd Row 3rd Row With the simple purpose of FCCOUIIIZIIIU ln You h charactenstlcs of leadershlp scholarship serylce and character the lNat1onal Honor Soclety Chapters of 'Normal L0lTlYTlUIlll.W Hlvh School have honored nearly three hundred students with membershnp smce 1929 These students were selected from the upper quarters of all Jumor and Semor classes and also from the uppcr ten per cent of all Freshman and Sophomore classes Vllnle these socletnes are not actnely orffanxled, the honor of membershxp IN eaverlv accepted by One publlc lnstallatlon serylce IQ held at the regular Honor Assembly Provram each vear for all tudents elected both semesters Nlembershlp lll the Junior SOCICIY does not assure memhershxp nn the Senior Society though many students recelye both honors An acnynty sponsored by these Groups dllflllc' the year recelym hearty approyal of all students par tlclpatmv IS the Honor Party glyen ln mld vear for all students of all classes whose scholarslnp ranks m the upper quarter for two SIX weeks For slx years a jomt banquet wlth Unnersltv Hwh School has furnished an enjoyable event nn the closmv week of the school year For the remainder of thus year the members haye a reed to sponsor two projects to be carrxed on by yoluntary COIIITIDUUOIIH of time thouvht and effort The flrst yylll be the undertaklnv of contactln all alumm of the 'Normal Community Chapters of Natxonal Honor Society to sollclt thelr support and contrlhutnon to the Honor llaque for all students ,raduates and faculty Ill serylce Another plan rn the malunv ns to ednt a Handbook which wlll con tam Important mformatxon for all new students Page Twenty four 5 's 5 . ,A ' k F. Q V , Q V . , 1 s f e A R p 1 . ,v . ' , . ' ' , . ' , . l ' , . , . , . - , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , - . . , . , . , . . U ,. . . Q - . , . , . . 2 . , . , . , . 9 . , . , . , . . K , . ' C . C L V x ' . 3 ' 's ' 1 - s 'Y a 1 F A 1' P .3 : .Q ' ' C- U I .' Q F ' ' students as an opportumty to uphold the hugh Ideals for which the society stands. 'K D' V ' :S .Y F 1 s 3 . - . 1 - 1 1' A L sb 1 1 C I l Y. g ' S in D . P. J ' -v Q L . ' - . . - A V l " , C .I 5 L. ' s . 1' . . . .A : V 2 K 5 V . S Y . ' I' f , C . . Q. . . U . I - N . v 1 ., P , F . , n . ', A4 " . Q V1 1 '1 - 1 V u Vu - 1 a 1 I 1 R I C L4 HI TRI 2 11-C1 1st Row C Geske M Kraft A Craddock L Henmnger J Anderson M1ss Mathew M Hmshaw M Fey D Waters H Gordon D Campbell 2nd Row M1 sCrafts M McCue M1ss Brown E Garvey S Blame MISS Bopp D Wlese B Colhns MISS James J Stephens 'lhe H1 Tr1 has just completed IIS thlrteenth successful wear at N L H S The executne comm1ttee Margaret HlnSh3W pres1dent Lols Henmn er w1cepres1dent Nlarmn Few secretary a11d .lune Ander son treasurer were duly lnstalled 1n the spr1n of 42 and w1th the and of the1r sponsor 'Vhss Nlathew have served throughout the past n1ne months Early 1n September the annual getacqualnted partv was steeped mth plenty of ames watermelon and fun for all On September 25 the mothers of the H1 Tr1 1rls were Q'lECl3l uests at the 1n1t1at1o11 ceremonlal and tea The four Group sponsors Nhss James 'Vhss rat NI1 Brown a11d Nh s Bopp preslded at the tea table The usual sp1r1t of Good w1ll was shown at fhnstmas t1me when the 1rls assembled and delnered f1ve well loaded baskets On February 17 the ,ala event the HITFI IIlNll3.ll0l13l was held rlhe refreshments a11d decora t1ons loveller than ever carr1ed out the valentme m0llf Other outstandxn actnltles of the wears work were the annual Llllll farewell to sen1ors and the electlon and 1nstallat1on of new off1cers FOLLOW THI-J CLRANI To Ixn1,ht 1n the days of old lxeepm watch on mounta111 he1 ht lame a YIQIOH of Holy 1 ra1l And a VOICE thru the wa1t1n 111 ht Follow follow follow the lleam Banners unfurled oer the world Follow follow follow the fleam Of the Challce that 1 the f1ra1l Page Twenty! e 11pper for the H1 Tr1 fOlIllCll QQITY T4 fflfy 'Q 5551. 5-2 N I 3 E 7 ' 2 Q 1 ,Q W it f' ' ' it 1 f 1,1 ' f .L . 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Q ' . 9 J , lv ...- ' - 'M -fr Rl DIGGE1' 4 G4 Q p up --Home tcqrtowucs qws I -A N 3rd Row E Berglund M Waller J Burton P Sacry B Buzard B Pearson L Myers E Bleber B Dragoo M Outlaw G Nlchols J Eades RRunge 2nd Row M Schopp M Patton G Ludden Lots Schnelder LaVerne Qchneldcr M Watson M Mrller L Carter M Reeter B Collms L Hufflngton Seated I Waller A Cox P Hlll Miss Brown, I Hrll The Home Lconomlcs Club chalrman LaVerne Schnender and her commlttee declded on a schedule that would mvolve fellow members outstde speakers and project work sponsored bx the ,lunlor Red Cross The students used current mavazmes and current exents for the baslc part of thelr provrams Some of the features Included personality traxts studx and classlfxcatlon as to the lndlndual study concermng becomlng colors ln clothmv and the factors that make one an attractne lndnldual Trwnv to keep UI m the adwancmv food world gave us a treasure chest for club materlal Some of the outslde speakers were Rex Lawder Nllss Murray and Mrs Vlhnte The flrt talked about health for the soul while the second dlscussed the lmportance of physncal health durmg the doc tor shortage and the last person mentloned chose the ubject of maklnv the most of ones appearance Une mterestlnv feature was an exchanve provram wxth the Sclence llub both featurmv a dramatlc onomlcs Club starred a consumer bUylIlU skit The wrlter wonders how dlfferent the dlalovue will be a few vears from now when some of us are sauna Do sou remember when meat and processed foods were ratloned and other C0mm0dlllCQ duly pald for one wxth a lxttle marked powerful stamp and the other wlth monew" At fhrlstmas tlme a tea was serxed to student and facults and we made certain that the re was no x a te ln keeplnv wlt the schoo s uctorx posters Nerxe and Con erxe n elgm e umor lied fro s to fulfill 1ts stu mmf u ta eacx ln t e c uv wa aske 0 ma e two pairs of conxalescent slippers closed and rgen toe txle tupes an tupe wrmffers and car table coxers We were xerx happy to hate a part ln helpm to whlttle down the quota to be fllled Page T enfy su : . , . , 1 , . , . , . , . , . 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J X S Y ' Y lUNl0ll RED CRUSS Inter clty Council The unter cxty councll of ,lumor Red Cross meets the flrst Tuesday of every month ln one of the four high schools Members representmg our school are C Bras: I Stephens R Allan R Holbert and T Paxton Miss Bopp 15 our sponsor Our work mcludes formulatmg acnvltxes p0llClCS and pro ,rams of .lunlor Red Cross Commlttees consist of program publlcltv clvlc relations and produc tnon Junior Red Cross Councll The purpose of the ,lumor Red Cross Councll IS to dlscuss and decxde on ,lumor Red Cross ac tlvltles of the school Members usuallv volunteering servxces are chosen from home rooms Members are B Burrows L Schneider I Muller M Sanders D J Colllns C Park M Meyers T Bradbury M Hlnshaw M Shcrer R McCannon C Blasl ,l Stephens R Allan It Holbert chrm F Rod ers vlce chrm and T Paxton sec treas -A Home Economics Classes ln thu busy time each student ln Miss Browns home economics classes took time to make two palrs of bedroom slippers for hospltal use blue sateen card table covers and stupes and stupe wrmgers The students enjoyed worklng coopera tnely wnth the ,lunlor Red Cross and nt has meant a ,reat deal to them to do their small but towards making those happier who are lun thelr all 'Nr Saved' ,ov L-.1 ol Industrial and Vocational Art Classes 'Vlr Mlddleton s classes have contributed to pro ductnon for the ,lumor Red Cross by constructmg ash stands pang pong paddles lap boards and smoking tables Our ,lumor Red Cross has also contributed one hundred elghty fnve grab bag gifts that were sent to Rantoul sux checker games and two dollars for National Chxldrens Fund Each month we ve helped ln the magazme drive for Rantoul and the hospitals Page T enfy nigh! .. v . , Q l ' ,JJ ' ,- ' A 1 - . . . . . . 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'C R ,,.,... . - 5.15- W 'E RADIO CLUB 5 ffqs APN'-. esta ' QI' 137-won-:s-wvvkv - Standing M Blddle B Armstrong R Glrves W Bayless L Games J Shoemaker L Troyer Slttmg D Blunk L Patrlck R Allan C Balr H Heller S Hennlnger R Klper M Anderson 4 qt QVALRP Z ,W-9 Pnolfcnomsrs VA ik WI --Jdlgl? f if Z--'Q-lfllfx 4th Row 3rd Row 2nd Row lst Row C! Q4 f A 3.-1 ot 'F' PM Mr Bxshop, D Wlese, S Blame, A Bre1denbach,L Alsene,M McArthy, W Dunbar, D Ranney K1nney,B Morgan, B Taylor, R B1ll,W Wllcox, B Dunbar, W Gundy, R Klper, W Fuller, Neubauer, P Lark1n,S Wllson, C Lawhun Cra1g,J Heller, B Reeter, T Bradbury, V Slgler Pealrs, D Denzer, J Irwm, D Lawhun, R Stratton G C B R Page Thufy is w flu'-,l ' E 2 X I AQ J I f as -Q or C Q gm g Y L LVM, . ..,. C 8 If ' .. 5' ' ' " - X x fl 1 .. .e Q1 .6 . X, - , l,, ' . v ' " g an-' .,,,,,., . , - fn.. ' ' Ls: n l ' - n 0 , f x l ., - . vu . 4 I1 ,. ' . D 1 . ' ' 'fl-2 ' ' . ' - n , ' 1 fy, n '. - I l .4 4' R J 3 I - X D ' . I A 2 1 A 11 4. A 1, . 5 44 . .' 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AQ -1 ax I 1 VICTDRY CURPS .Lt e 1 3 , la Q rw , ,oo oo ,E es C-1 -st QC Q9 35 hw 3rd Row D Bledenharn D Anderson H Kexth R Thayer D Steege R Rhoades Mr BlSh0p J Meredith L Mays 2nd Row L Golden W Dunbar R Klper F Nettervxlle, C Parks P Ransdell S Wllson R P tt a on Mr Arends Mr Dotllch Mr ChlddlX E Chanb rs B T l G 1st Row e ay or KW8SlgT0h R Hlnes R Ward L Powers D Funk Mr Stoltz AQ a result of our desxre to co operate wlth the W ar Effort all seventeen and e1,hteen vear old boys ln TX C H S were muted to jom the VICIOTX Lorps a xoluntarw or an17at1on dem ned to provide re fresher course actnlty ln the utal fxelds of mathematxca chemwtrs radlo code pre fllght marksman hlp and the Army and Nawy testxnv pro ram x Corps roups met durnn the home room perlod Ill order not to conflxct with any other orbanzxed class room actlvltxee all of whuch are more essential than ever when we hate a war to wln lnxn freelx of their time and energy Ill makxn the courses practlcal helpful and lnterestxn were John Chlddxx lx S llxshop l' W Ballet and Keith Mxddleton of the lX fl H S faculty Guil Krentel well known Bloomln ton Qporteman and flrea Q d Th rm expert an omas I Doufflaw of the Qtate Normal faculty ln addltlon to these special aetnltxes there wa an olnlou effort on the rart of all teache Q d I r an tudents to make all class work and aetultle more u eful and practical than eser FQIDCCIHHY was thle true of the phxslcal educatlon Cla sea conducted hy It l Arc-nd ln whrch boys participated from two to four date a week ln such Qtrenuou actnltles aa call themes rope cllmbm sprmtxnv obstacle races and ln chlnmn, and dlpplllf' exercwes Page Thirty! o 'z I , IA U ' V tl 9 - , - V -1- 79 Q Q - V ' l . t t 4, . 1 t Jr" 2 ,,,,e - r , . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , : . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . .' - " ' I . 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CUMMITIEES Page Th My th ee ASSEMBLY Miss Hoose Mr. Miller Miss Mathew Robert Holbert Lois Gates Marlhonor Metcalf Robert Thayer MOVIE SEI ECTION Nancy Oakes Dorothy GIIIIS Mary K Ummel Challotte Norms Robert Holbert Mary Caldwell Mr Stoltz SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Mr Chlddxx Howald Frlnk Melba J Zehr Mlss Bopp Mlss Crafts Mx Mlller Harlan Heller Glenn Robertson Flora Mae Rodgers Mlss Brown l 4 i-r diff' :visas J' QVSUA Y' Avumon CLUB eggs OO gb Standlng Mr Middleton R Hmes W Johnson C Parks J Bertrand 6.5 Slttmg H Frances F Remschner R Brldgewater D Hardxn V Hlnshaw '4 I 49' 0' 'A' SOCIAL MANNERS CLUB :gy 43.1 3."'w Back row M Wletmg, J Winchester L Ph1lllps,M1ss Mathew, M Smmth, E McGuire, M McGu1re M Thelvagt FllSt row R Campbell, E Hmthorn, J Gllbert, D Funk, D Campbell,J Simons Page Thrrfy Your no -A , shy 3 M 4,9 C I . ' 4,""" ' N ' l ' u:..1f.w-s, .4,MM. x ' Q 7 , f 1- msn-0 .D D 4 M M mg ' of A E ' M , M ,ix "'-5, 4 Q ,,,, M . M -s r 4' . . 41' M 1 M ' ' ' 4, 'I .- 75 .. Q . 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Our actxvltles have had to be llmlted thls year much to our sorrow because of war tlme cooperatlon wlth the transportatlon company Nevertheless our large group has remained loyal and by their enthuslasm have shown a slncere mterest ln sports Plans are under way to put C A A on an mcreased productlon basis next year buxldmg healthier stronger fmer glrlhood ln keeplng with our school s war time program ln health educatlon One day ID October we mltlated the new members Into our way of lxfe when we took them on a sxx mxle hnke More wemers' Basketball and bowhng had great support as actxvltles of the wmter months whlle soccer baseball tenms archery and lndxvldual BCIIWIIICS were enjoyed as out of doors sports A chlh supper marked a red letter day on our calendar of events We played basketball so strenuouslv before eating that we licked the kettle clean In Aprll we held the mltlatxon servlce for new members and m May we held our annual Award Day at which we played baseball tenms archery elected offncers and made the awards of letters Uh yes we ate that day too' Were the eatm est crowd' Anyhow we like It and do we have fun' b i I , 5 , 2 j . 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QWSTER ,.,.f'2N Q gi FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA f f Js President Roy Barclay RICO Pl'CSldClIl Carl 'Vlarquardt Secretary Dwwht Zehr Treasurer Robert Rhoades Reporter Rnchard Rlrkey The l'uture Farmers of Amerlca lb a NHUOIIHI EITUHIIIZHIIOII of students lnterested ln wocatlonal educatlon ln agriculture the purpose of whlch IQ to strengthen the confidence of the farm bow ln hum elf and hrs work to dexelop rural leadershnp and to create an interest ln farmlnv as an occupation The orvannzatnon has four Grades of mcmhershnp based upon aclnexement The grades are fxrst three per cent of the bows ln the state studvlng agrlculture may achlexe the thlrd devree and only those who hawe recened lt may become Amerlcan Farmers The msrgnna of the l'uture Farmers of America IN made up of four symbols namely first, a cross NLCIIOII of an ear of corn representxnv common agrlculture mterests smce corn xs natxve of Amernca and vrows ln every state the owl representmg wrsdom the plow representmg progress, the Future Farmers of Amerlca colors gold and natlonal blue ACTIVITIES OF THE CHAPTFR late ln August the Normal Chapter attended the Sectlonal Agrlculture I'a1r at Fans Fleld ln Bloom lngton, as ln the past years they carrled off most of the proflts Forty exght boys had projects thls year they produced 752 tons of pork 44 tons of lamb 15622 pounds of butterfat 25 beef cattle 1672 chlckens and lI0 bushels of potatoes Many others ralsed tomatoes for canners Robert Rhoades was lcadlng hog producer Roy Barclay Ieadmg 1n dalrv and Robert Rhoades also leadmg mn beef The F F A boys and thelr parents and also all who had attended the adult evenmv school ln uctory productlon were present at the annual F F A banquet that was held March 30 Program features mcluded a dxscusslon of war duties of the F B I by Sam C Cotton pres ntatxon of diplomas to farm men and women who attended 70 per cent of thelr classes MUSIC was furmshed by NCHS quartet and Robert Rhoades was toastmaster A total of about two hundred fifty attended the affalr Thus year we sold seeds for Funk Brothers whl h made the ewhth consecutlve year of selllng seeds Last year the chapter netted a sum of two hundred dollars The chapter was dxvlded unto two teams and wmmng team was taken to a movme For the flrst tlme m the hxstory of Normal chapter a pest contest was held between two teams the Headhunters led by ,lack Cnllls and the Ixlllers led by Howard l'ranc1s The contest lasted from Iebruary I to Aprll I The wmnxng team was treated to a huve xce cream feed by the loslnv team Some of the wmmng team ate too much and regretted that they were on the WIIIIIIHU team ,lxm WIIIIKUIS and Charles Cunllffe were offrclal counters for the contest The Normal F F A had a smooth working basketball team whlch suffered only one loss all season The team consisted of Bob Rhoades Carl Wlarquardt Rm Barclay Ilm Cllbert Bob Rozarth Ralph Rov and Charles Park who are all semors Rob Zimmerman and Dwlght Zehr were the only jumors on the team This tear has been a xery great wear for the Normal Chapter and the group has appreciated the C0 operation of our new IIINIFUCIOT, Nlr C ,I Ixuster ef ff I nvnnunopnuufnq.I..-.-...n-..nn..-.---nu..--...-.-u :C r 4 - . . -I .I l ', - . 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I -I DZEHR5 DUROC JERSEY SOWLITTER LSCHOFF SPOTI' ED POLHND GILT FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA F4 e H, X Q.,-. lst Row J Shoemaker J Altes L Patrlck G Whlttmghlll L Schopp M Mlller 2nd Row R Roy N Orr B Schwartz L Schwartz L Schad D Zehr R Barclay C Marquardt R Rhoades G Woosley Mr Kuster 3rd Row G Hinshaw E Bethel R Zlmmerman B Gxlhs B Gwen J Wllhams L Powers C Peasley D McClure B Patton G Park R Bozarth 4th Row H Francls Don Hlnshaw D Hlnshaw M Thompson C Cunhffe J Glllls C Shlner J Meredlth R Mlshler C Mohr J Gllbert FEATURING UUR CHEERLEADERS in 'Q ,P Ll ii El een Garvey Ruth Baker Marjorle Starkey Helen Gordon Bob Thayer Page Thvrfy eaghl Q F :Q . " hx L M i ,ovf ': W'-' Z Y: . X405 .. . - Q - .,..1 -' , ' V. A 5 ' C ' '- Lvl V, 1 ' Q , ul ' ' ,' -' , - ' ' 'V 1 f l O 1' ' , 1? ,I K- ., lv j ' 1 E , A 'f f 'Q , 3 1 ' -Q f. 2 . , . , . ' , . ' ' ' , . , . 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QA,La.,,.4,,,,,4eg,,f,, ZWLZI' 7,,w4,,,4'MA,mf mwfwm :ffZf'5f"A d'4g""f'11f"-!-Lgajal JQEMMZMJJJLA7 fl' q ! ,ffufmdfw fb W fm ,a,-6ria,5m-flninwd, MWA fff5g:l,ffig,j,fkQfi7"f2-Wm if-' ,QZQZQQW 19? 3 nnnwumcs ctus 1st Row J Gehrt D Davis B Schad B Peck B Knuth E Wagner, D Caldwell M Metcalf W Schult7e J Stephens, R Starkey L Kletz, M Sanders, E Stahly J Webb M Houser, H Gordon 2nd Row Mlss Hoose L Gelth M Fmley J Otto H Grtfftn V Bramwell M Zehr I Sluplanek, D Heyn H Alexander, L Yeast L Hadden, D Zlmmerman L Schneeberg M Chr1st,L Hubbs M Howell C Maloney 3rd Row M Kraft R Green,G Bramwell M McCue C Blast R Ward R Blll L Schad F Nettervllle D Zehr R Rhoades, C Marquardt R Barclay G Armstrong E Hllton H Mears V Short B Thompson M Bryant B Burrows H Dugutd F Rodgers ln thus the stxth year of nts exlstence our Playhouse has ewhty ftye members The fact that each year has found more people Interested m the theatre at 'Normal Hteh has made the club a worth whtle one orvantzed for the purpose of mtroducmfr members to the arts of actmv dlrecttng productnv appre cnatnw drama throuvh practtcal work on stave and behtnd scenes for puhllc performances of plavs on the actlvtttes provram and throuvh study and practlce tn club meetln s Other club actlyxtles conslst of reytews of current levltlmate stave successes study of dramatlc forms and fun at a sprnw party Uffncers for the year are as follows Robert Rhoade presnclent Hoy Barclay ytce prestdent ,loyce Stephens secretary treasurer, Mtss Lolene Hoose sponsor Provram commtttee Marfaret l'llllCW Helen lieyer Dwwht Zehr Jean Small Soctal commxttee flharlotte BldNl Hay Mmk Betty lou 'Schad Helen frflfflll Some remlmscences of former members lIldlC3lClll3l the theatre ls a lnyxnv tnfluence that to know the stage IS to loye lt Whv didnt someone tell me lyefore lt would he so much fun' t ne me a paint lrrush next time lt Ones me a sense of power to create a strlklnv set Actin, gets under my skln, I want to keep on with tt ueer but I thunk thts acttnv husmess tn hwh chools made me forvet my fear of peol le lobserye people so much more closelv since l was ln a play Some of them would be star character players on any stave More boy should come out for dramatlcs They dont know what they re mlsslnv It takes a real man to play a stronv character part Tllls la t statement came from one of the ftnest actors we ye known ln our cluh a hoy who played many leadm, parts on the stave at hrs alma mater a man who plaved a leadlnv part on the stage of ln country nn a scene called War l'uf'ene ll ade class of V938 whose memory we honor All the world s a sta e And all the men and women merely players They haye thelr exit and their entrances Q And one man IH hls tame plays many parts Q 2 I' .L Shakespeare Ts 4' LPs' L. : . , . . , . , . , . , . . , . , . . , . . , . . . , . , . . . : , . 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I . : 1' ll- L ., 0 i T Page Forty ' ,- X 1- " " 1 'J "' f juf -fr fag--gn fff' J 4 , , -- DRAMATICS TONS OF MONEY A Farce by Evans and Valentme Produced on March 12 1943 a revlval flrst given as the senior play ln Aprxl 1937 Cxsr or Cuuucrms Aubrey Alllngton allas Maltland allas Brown John A Smlth Loulse Allmgton hxs wxfe Charlotte BIBSI Benlta Mullett hls aunt Melba Jean Zehr James Chesterman a lawyer LaRue Schad Slmpson maxd m the Allmgton home Mareta Frmk Sprules the butler Ray Mmk Glles the gardener Dwlght Zehr Jean Everard a frxend of Loulse Llla Lee Gerth Henry allas Maltland brother of Sprules Gordon Armstrong George Maxtland cousin of Aubrey from Mexlco Howard Frmk Prtom CTION Srur Dlrector Colene Hoose Assistant Dlrector Helen Beyer Buslness Manager Joyce Stephens House Manager Velma Short Stage Manager Bob Ward STAGE CREW Kelth Teutsch Barclay Hxlton COSTUME CREW Kletz R Starkey Schneeberg MAKE UP CREW McA1thy Chrlst A Wagner Metcalf PROPERTIES CREW I Hill L Alsene P Hxll S Wxlson Cox LIGHT AND SOUND CREW Bud Dunbar Nettervllle Taylor PUBLICITY Rodgers Kraft Small PROMPTER Grlffm USHERS Peyton Kraft Schopp P Koos S Koos Sanders The Shou llust Co On Desplte quarantlnes dlslocated hlps bad weather basketball tournaments gas ratlomn and ab senteexsm our revlval of thus old favorlte came off to the tune of a record of 187 audlence laughs Who could help laughmg at Aubrey after such accidents as exploslons and drown1ngs9 Miss Hoose took part ln a commumty play whlle rehearslnv this show so all were busv developmv characternzatxons from dl rector to the chatterbox of the cast Giles who belneved ln speakmg hlS mmd IH sentences of not more than three words Dwlvht made thus character an outstandlng one Other fxne characteruatlons were Gwen by Johnny as Ebenezer Brown a mmlster of sorts Melba Jean a the deaf old aunt Gordon as the un comfortable lmpostor Charlotte ln a straight lead dld a credltable pxece of work and Inla Lee was convlnclng as the scatterbram who could tell you anywhere by the way vou klss and there were three men ln the case Mareta and Ray as mald and butler plaved well their supportmg parts and Iallue made a fine stage lawyer Cast and staff worked dlllgently Result a good show Q ' fi, ta. , . 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Y . . v Pag Forly-one eg, JUNE NIAD 4 Comtdy ln Three 4r'ts by Florence Ryerson and Colm Clements dramatlzed from thelr novel entltled THIS AWPUL ACF produced bs TN C H S Playhouse Df3m3tlCS Club under the dlrectlon of Ml s Colene Hoose 3SQlQl6d bs 'Nlelba Jean Zehr May 14 1943 CH AR-KCTFRS Penny Wood 15 youthful herolne Chuck Harrls 16 enthuslastlc bullder of gllders Mrs Wood Pennys mother Dr Wood Pennys long sufferlng father Effle the mald ln the Wood home Elmer Tuttle handy man Mlllle Lou 15 nelghborhood pest G Mervyn Roberts Penny s uncle a college freshman Julle Harrls Chuck s slster and Mervyn s glrl Roger Van Vleck Mervyn s frlend a wealthy senlor Mr HRTTIS Chucks father Shlrley Wentworth daughter of florlst Ralph Wentworth Shlrley s brother SETTIING Betty Lou Schad Tom Llnden Vera Bramwell Rlchard Blll Lucllle Yeast Frank Nettervllle Judy Gehrt Wllllam Schultze Betty Jean Peyton Robert Ward Gordon Armstrong Marlhonor Metcalf Robert Allan The actlon of the play takes place ln the llvlng room of the Woods home ln Lynbrook a small town ln the Mlddle West The actlon takes place durlng a week ln June and the tlme lS the present STORY The play IS the dramatlzatloll of several days ln the llves of a young glrl Penny Wood and Chuck H8fflQ the bov next door as they go about the frequently dlfflcult but alwavs amuslng buslness of growlng up When Pennys Uncle Mervyn only flVC years older than she brlngs Ro er Van Vleck a QPIIIOI' and klller dlller home from colle e she forgets to he a man hater and succumbs to an attack of calf loxe whlch IS ten degrees worse than measles In her efforts to make herself attractlve to the fas clnatlng Roger she almost dlsrupts two famllles but the dlscovery that Roger IS trylng to double cross Merxvn by trylng to steal Julle hls glrl brlngs Penny back to her senses and lncldentally to Chuck Chuck IS lntenselw lnterested ln hls buslness of bulldlng gllders but has llttle tlme for glrls ln hlS young llfe ,lulle falls for Rogers llne too but she IS a genulne llttle person at heart as we learn IH the last act when under the stress of real emotlon she dlSC8fdS her affectatlons Mr Harrls severe and some llmCS tests proves hlmself a lonely man who loves hls son Chuck and aches to get ln touch wlth hlm Effle and Elmer prowlde the farclcal element two cheerful klndlv hlred help typlcal of thousands of thelr klnd IH small towns of the Mlddle West Dr and Mrs ll ood Penny s charmlng parents head lhlS llormal but very modern famlly and keep the atmosphere of the house brlght and cheerful desplte the compllcatlons whlch arlse as Penny and Chuck become lnvolved ln June Madness as they pass through rhlS Awful Age -x N yy Y Z I f . 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Page Folly Ivo - Left Row Mr Mlller W Gundy M Muffley E Hllton G Bramwell H Frmk B Reeter R Holbert F Remschner N Muffley M McArthy B Dunbar Center Row M Patton D Caldwell M Metcalf R Thayer J Heller D Moore R Glrves V Bramwell K Stem Rlght Row G Armstrong H Heller L Schopp R Blll L Yeast M Zehr R Mlshler W Schultze R Adams W Wllcox R Rhoades A Draper Patty Koos E Stahly H Gordon MUSIC DEPARTMENT The band orchestra and mlxed chorus composed the music department thls year The band was on hand for all the home football and basketball games th1s season Many well performed drxlls were executed on the new athletlc fleld by the members of the band under the dlrectlon of Mr Duncan Mlller The drum major Cordon Armstrong and the drum majorettes Helen Cordon Ioanlta Clark and Patty lxoos added to the snappy appearance of the band The marchmff band also took part ln the Halloween Red Cross andl S N U Homecomlng parades To stlmulate pep at the pep meetmgs the band was on hand to play llvely marches as well as concert nuslc Several students dlrected the band at some of the basketball games Thls year somethmg new was trxed 1n the musxc department Members of the band and orchestra were placed ln small ensembles whlch were formed for the purpose of lmprovmv thexr usefulness ln a larger group The string ensemble supplled the muslc for the teachers meetmg at I S N U and for the school play Tons of Money NIUSIC for the annual Chrlstmas program was furmshed by the comblned band and orchestra and the mlxed chorus Muslc for Open House was made posslble by the mixed chorus Entertamment for several P T A meetlngs was presented by the mlxed chorus and band Music for the Uraduatlon exerclses was supplxed by the band orchestra and mlxed chorus A sprmv concert was ,nen on May 9 at which tlme the Service Plaque was unveiled the band played as a special feature the songs of the varxous branches of the armed services 0 0 Q J L 0 0 0 0 ,....... s I 4 Q , .' 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Page Forfy-fhlee "'o"'6:v jp vatf A DRGHESTRA K M51 1-if D 1st vlohn L Myers A Draper M McArthy F Howell A Tlmler 2nd vlolm V Short H Heller L Schad M Wa ner B Allen L Alsene M Ludden Cellos G Lesher M McCue V Bramwell O Cloyd Basses D Mohr W Dunbar Saxophones W Wllcox R Rhoades Flute M Zehr Clarmets W Schultze L Yeast B Holbext Oboe E Hxlton Trumpets R Blll B Reeter R Green Horn G Bramwell Trombones W Gundy M Muffley Barltone H Frmk Drums R 'Ihayer R Glrves Plano M Flnley SKUNMN I MIXED cnonus Af l' vb vs! 4.9 lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row OF' ZUJZ ggr' DU Glrves A Draper G Armstrong D Mohr W Fuller B Allen H Heller W Bayless Gerth V Short M Kraft G Bramwell M McCue B Schad D Davls J Gehrt F Howell Ludden M Watson M Bryant M Metcalf D Caldwell H Duguxd M Patton L Troyer Chrlst R Starkey Fmley H Grlffm M Starkey C Pearson M Sheppard L Yeast R Muffley M Muffley J Burton M Myers M Sanders L Schopp M McArthy V Bramwell M Zehr G Glover J Stephens Blasl R Blll R Thayer Mr Mlller R Rhoades C Marquardt B Schultze R Barclay H Frmlt E Stahly M Ummel M Mlller N Oakes D Glllxs Reddel L Schnelder L Kletz L Schneeberg H Mears Green E Hllton L Hadden D Zlmmerman B Dragoo Schopp J Burns M Thompson B Ogden L Thompson Page Folly foul Q fg:-3 d fl N o XY I sl -qc .7 " . see rt ' f' . . , 1 - I ,al . 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A Y XV,-5 ' ' " r J it , Q-331 " W ' X Uv " Kr!! , P Q fs-'V nn if It I N J I 11, Aifxxx fr ff Q X ag 437 ' f' f 1 m 61'-ig, 5, I I N! f 'id U 1 3 f I 'M J X 0 Y I l 1 If you re gomg to get lured or maybe flred A POEM They told me to wrlte a poem LITERATURE But as to words that rhyme I dont know em Ill never never be a poet And by thls tlme no doubt you know lt' Jean Ann Otto 44 HE WILL COME HOME All over the world There are glrls Waltmg For thelr loved ones to come home Waltmg wondering wlshmg Hoplng that they w1ll come home Soon Many wont come back But girls dont thlnk of that They only dream Of the wonderful tlmes they had Together Of the Sunday strolls ln the park Of his last leave Remembering Plannlng for a cottage ln the country Planmng dreaming Waltlng For the day when hell return He wlll return she knows he wlll She knows the duty he performs Maklng thelr country free For thelr chxldren He wnll return Barbara O SKIING A sknng we will go To have some fun and laughter Then sleep the mormng after gden 45 Mable Able 43 ETERNAL PROBLEM Oh typlng IS a lot of fun Whe you have an assignment And get lt all done Now dlctatxon makes you a lxttle tired Because you wonder THE ATHLETE I thought Id be an athlete And to see what I could do Last fall I went out for football As had others qulte a few My flrst day on the fleld The coach gave me the ball And told me Go to the other end If you can get through at all Well off I started runmng As fast as I could go And though I dldnt know xt I sure was awfully slow Just then some blg guy grabbed me And I really took a fall How many bones were oroken I cannot qulte recall My nose It plowed a trench In the fleld just two feet deep And the whole team plled upon me They landed ln a heap Now when they brought me to And Id pald the doctors fee I knew I wasnt the athlete That I had hoped to be Charles Bair, 45 SEASONS Sprmg Llke a baby Fresh and sweet smelling Awakenmg ln the soft Early morn Summer Lxke a youth I-'lery and full of noxse Rolllckmg wlth gay Good humor Autumn Llke a man Thoughtful and enjoymg The rlch full years of Mxddle age Wlnter Like an aged Gentle llttle woman Whlte haxred and qulet Peacefully waltlng Edlth Hmthorn 43 LOIS Hennmger 43 SPRING FEVER There IS somethlng about the sprung time that makes me want to roam And wander through the flelds far from home I guess xt must be the sunshme and the flowers startmg to bloom That cause my feet to wander and my mmd to have no gloom Oh how I llke the sprlng time with the flowers all ln bloom When my heart IS llght and merry ard relxeved of wlnter gloom I llke to roam ln the sprlng tlme and see the grass all green And sxt on a hlllslde and gaze at the ever changmg scene Charles Neubauer Page Folly se en 001' Y big, Y 1 l , , . , . 1 , v v I D 1 l . 1 1 - ' ' I ll Y , YY Y . 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I V cg S ' n 3 as Q 4, . , f , , we CALENDAR 'xg-rf gsm, SFPT l School be rn we the Qtudente and faculty are om to work hard thus year to do our b1t nn beatm the AXIS ,, Z SFPT 4 Hr frr welcome new lrl choose lxttle Slater to help them throu h Sf The-xr trrala and trrbulatlon prckanxnnx feed Iota of watermelon SLPT I7 All Qchool parts one b1 happy famnlx rompm and sm ln across S2195 the lawn refreshmenta too th1Q Qhould happen more often 0 eii Sl' PT I7 W hat a das the flr t of 25 now thu wlnter Normal s Iron men Qpanked TFIIIIU 6 0 wlth a wllp and a Slide ln the loppx now C A A entertained all lrlx of sctool E 5 OLP l9 Special 'M embly Sperandeo a ltttle man wxth .1 wonderful creed up E he ave ua somethm to thunk about 4 OFT Zi HOIYICIOIUIII won our ame lll a dfflltlllll ram had a rand qthlgslk time at the dance t'l9C0I'3ll0llS2 Oh tea corn pumplcms and frank Warren S 9 8881- orchestra Joyce Stephens wae our queen lNOV 5 P T A Penny Supper Come one Lome all they dld' My slurt IQ much too Gnu now INOV 6 Upperclasamen have party the flret party of classeb tlll9 wear - the freahmen axe thoie Qophomores a swell t1me NOV 10 Open Hoube Box wa I scared' I uess l wabnt the only one by the CXPICQSIOII on my fellow clawmates facea Does mx mother thunk lm dumbll DPU P S And so do Ill' 'NOV 20 ,lunror-. entertain the ues! the Senxor they reallv en cl themaelves Qu JOYC Pg x- lNOV 26 Thanksgnln ulte a NHCBUOII Some snow some feed some stuff' DEC 8 Ceronlmo major release enjoyed two hours of thrllllnc rxdln whooprn and Qhootm N'llQi6d Wi my claQQeQ though 0-Nvv gun, DLC 19 Lhrlstmas Parts a chool premature but Qpmt juwt the Same Rantoul Qoldler ot our lfta nrce ldea dont you thmk'7 l y some Qnow some free7e lm Dreamxn of a W hlte ffhrlsmtaa m fact we got lt D 18 JAIN 4 1915 lhnslmas zucalron how dad Santa treat you? xxx. X UMW JAN IS Seme ter end tear for a few jot for the other half way l through the Qchool year aduce about woom while drnrn woo woo and dnd you notice his iw mce long handQ'7'7 '999 .f-'il' Q ll Safety AS em s Ser eant Berlln of the State Police ,ave a lxttle QM 17 Hn fr: lnutatlnna nt 1 his and fallm reartw had a rand time and you 9 ' 9 7 , Page Forty gin l u.l A C gtvu 9 . . . - g's...' - . ' g'g ' . .. .U . l. -. 1, Q if --'1 f 1 ' ' ' V . Q U' Q - ' I cr , ,,, 4 . . 1. .... . .. C 4- N ' W L I .-'. .U , .U .U.U K 1 C' . 1 C' CC' i 1 nun A4 4. -uw xx ' are 6 14' .x I . -' ffl... 's S 'S 'S " ...lv ' - 'X NX .' ' s 'S . . txt . . lx ' ' g': .'l C 'U' fu A ' X' X. . ff " ' . ' ' "' -'. I XR g" 'g ' I Q ..'I-, - g '- -'g g n L . 44 ' ' ni Q ' Q A. T .-- ..., ' Y' l... '. ' . U V . ,D . Yu Y I T L f Y iv.-4 'v 'V S 'xl' lvl "gt . g' .- -' 'l If 5 Y as 7 ' -K l ' ' -- 694 .. - Y ' n n 4 v - gs , , - 5 g I - N1 -N 4 . Q . - f .... Q of :W . -M, . . .Y Q ..U.., 1...f' ':. 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' gl g ,xgog -ei Y MARCH 5 Look out for alligator hep eat jne blrd e c t 'N C H S Swm band 1 on the loose thex re known as the Harmomc Melodic and Rhvthmlc Enthu ta t speclal as emblx pro ram um m m m MARCH 3 5 The Re tonal our allant team came throu h wlth flvxnc colors now off to the secttonal 'VIARCH :J Relerle roup plcture taken hos with tle and sllclced down alr lrls with a new frlll and curls MARCH 8 Teachers Conference cau ht up on mv sleep sorrv for the teachers what am I sawn '99 MARCH 11 IZ Sectional ended a IOFIOUS haskethall eason con ratula ttons to the team and coach MARCH 12 All school play Ton of Money fxrst one of the year almost laughed myself sllls Bob Hope rn Chost Breakers ln afternoon MARCH 15 the ram False l'1re Alarm Harvey 'I' thought we neede a refresher m Instead lt brou ht out the worst 1n the CITIS MARCH 16 MARCH 26 camp Sophomores Une the freshmen a swell return partx Semor Iumor parts postponed lots of rtpmg m the lumor MARCH 30 lots of food are thes really ratnonmlf Superman Rhoacles enter I' F A banquet nn honor of farmers raduatxon from nxght school tamed APRIL 1 Aprrl fool' APRIL 2 REVFRIE goes to press twe hope AP II 19 I S IN U Semor Daw Semor try out as colle e freshmen Im begmmng to wonder APRIL 23 2f Easter Vacatlon what dnd the bunm brm you? he treated me swell no nylons thou h APRIL 30 Prom soft lrghts and swt hm sktrts a ala affair e last for the semors ID N L H S MAY I8 Semors et a holldax unttl commencement but there s one condltlon but then we all know they have all thelr work ftmshed and bulls pald MAY 25 Baccalaureate a few words of adnce to our semors MAY 24 Commencement o lon semors a few tears shed many smxles spread the most success to the clas of H Ani 0949i SDIAPS ll 3' J F07'o Blame f tis tf Oo eacacnf' -il' 914 A S L 9 01994 Page F0l'Y nme K tb , 3655! il-' ','.'x 7 1111 '.'4 M! 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"Q'Qf,-LmA'L'f,,,t, f -Q 4 'W' J na E' ,wv 1 n?hiQg1v,?5,'? ,mai wawpmw Ralph Hap Arends Ralph Hap Arends leader of the ronmen mll close hls ten wear career of coachxng at 'N CH S with the con clusnon of thus school year The record of hrs teams accompllshments ls proof enouvh of hls superb coachmg l'or the fxrst txme rn 'Normal Hwhs hrstorv foach Arends sent a basketball clnb to the State hnals nn the 1941 42 season They became one of the sixteen teams of the state to enter the championship frames As the athletrc director and a member of the teachlnv staff at Normal Nlr Arends has proven worthy of all the prarse bestowed upon htm He has been classlfled as one of the leadlnv coaches of the state and 'Normal wlll uffer a reat loss when he leaves to fall llls new posltlon as Mclean founty Qnpernntendent of Schools IH August 1945 Don Anderson Thus year Don Andersons bnlllant four year career as Normal Hugh s star player mll end ln basketball Don has reached hrs most astoundlng hewhts He holds the record at 1N f' H S for the most pomts a season mth 49.5 He was Unen honorable mention for the state basketball team IH 1942 and was placed on the third team thls year 'Not all of Don s Interests haxe been rn basketball he has been one of the mam stand bys nn football and baseball too ln foot ball Don mth Hines llredenharn and Melton make up one of the fastest backfleld rn the state Don also holds the posltlon of short stop lll baseball He ns III the words of Loach Arends 'The best all around athlete 1 have had ln mx ten sears at 'Normal " Page Frlfy hvo BASKETBALL at se 3 3 at at CACD can QM ! lst row Coach Arends R Starnes H Mlller J Melton D Steege D Anderson B Rhoades R Hmes S Johnson B Carter L Ward Manager Klper 2nd row Coach Dotllch B Whltman F Cates D Moore H Eades W Johnson I Bertrand L Ross G Kwaslgroh T Lmden E Conkhn C Melton Managers Malard and Waters 95' '35 31: 3: 2 SE 2: is :ss :ru D SE -'5-E 5: U '-2 1? -Q.. o :E o cn: H-4 3,555 ar:- oil' 55 CD gli! 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K3 gon no 'I gg: ado- Z 8:- 9'-3 Ga.. 3:1 U7 t" 'JU o KID U1 ZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZ MCLCBH Pontrac Trmlty Danvers B H S Pekm Lexmgton Trmxty U Hlgh Saybrook MOTTIS Dwxght Chnton Pontxac Peorxa fwoodruffl Dw1ght B H S PARIS TOURNEY REGIONAL TOURNEY SECTIONAL TOURNEY Homer 32 N Chenoa 23 N Mendota N Parls 45 N Falrbur 24 N Kewanee N Grldley 20 N At the concluslon of the regular 1942 43 season wxth flfteen wlns and flve losses on thexr record Normal s Ironmen advanced to the Sectlonal Tournament fmals before bemv beaten by Kewanee For the fourth consecutlve year Normal was vxctorxous at the Reglonal Tournament The mter cnty race resulted ln a three way txe between Bloommgton Trlnlty and Normal each wlnnmv four and losmv two games Captam Don Anderson fxmshlng has hugh school career led the lnter cxty scormg mth 37l points Our team won further honor by bemg mvlted to compete ln the Pans Invitational Tournament There we won one and lost one game Page Filly fhree l . - 67 ' .- 44 ' ' . - 45 . - 58 . . . .- 33 ' . - 32 ' .................. 21 .-37 " ........................ 26 .-25 . ' ...................... 33 .-35 . - 44 ' .- 47 ' . - 55 Alumni ........................ 45 . - 50 U. High ...................... 32 . - 45 Danvers ...................... 33 . - 62 ' ....................... 37 . - 33 ' ....................... 38 . - 27 ' ...42 . - 46 ' ....................... 26 . - 41 . . . ...................... 23 .- 27 ' ........................... . - 31 ' ...................... . - 32 .................... 36 . - 33 ' ....................... .- 46 1 s . . . ' D ' s 9 1 v r- tv f ' 62- we ss, 4' Wm FO0TBALL Ist row H Miller Carter Steege Thayer Glllls McGhee Rhoades Schultze Park Watson Keith Harris Managers Waters Ransdell 2nd row Managers Kiper Malard Coach Dotllch Allen C Miller Bledenharn Melton Anderson Conklm Schultz Jenson Myers Liszt Coach Arends Manager Severson 3rd row Conklm Cates Moore McCannon H Miller Pate Lockenvltz Hinshaw McCubbxn Rousey Eades Inserted D Funk B Hines Senior letter winners Co captains Anderson Hines Bledenharn Stee e Thayer Gillis Rhoades, Park Keith Harris Under class winners H Miller Carter McGhee Schultze Watson C lVl1ller Melton C Conklm Jenson Manager letters were received by Waters Ransdell Malard Severson lNumbers Remschner Allen Myers Liszt C Conklm Cates 'VlcCannon Lockenvltz Hinshaw Mc Cubbms Eades Moore Pontiac N Trinity Trmlty N Clinton N H Morris N The lNormal High lronmen enjoyed a successful season winning six and losing two ames The Dame with Bloomington was held to a scoreless he Much of the success was due to the fine coachinv of Hap Arends and returning of six letter men Anderson Hines Bledenharn Steege Thayer and McGhee 'Normal remained undefeated until injuries to key players weakened the team and the lronmen suffered defeat the last two games of the season The lronmen played four conference games all of which were won In the inter city Normal won one lost one and one game remained scoreless Of the two non conference games played 'Normal won one and lost one Page F Hy Your or 4 1 ' V ' C 'f ' , A " wi .i ' . 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