North High School - Polar Bear Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)

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" 4 ' ' .' 4 d' l"'llSf0l'Y ol lNOl'tl1 SCl100l 4 It 3 spa e n tlem en rr e ro me a o de 0 t On na m Ih carl eg: 1 the ate be V1 u om m 1 g t I re uear ulcla ls mau br 1,1 Bv Miss ll!-IFN CIIAQE Anptnqq Away back xn 1880 there was mcorporated in one of the most lovely suburbs of Des Momes a new town called North Des Momes It lay m a beautifully wooded tract of land ex tending from the rner on the east to Twenty first street on the west and from North street now Llmversxty avenue on the south to Washington Street or perhaps farther on the north Forest Home School Iournal Vol 1 No 1 published December 22 1885 and certamly the first school publncatxon ln North Des Momes speaks glowln lv of the adx antages of this new and rapxdly growmg town ne of those advantages was the very new Sixth Avenue bridge which furntshed a way by which the people on the north side of the rner could reach the heart of the clty of Des Momes without traveling by the Capltol buxldmg Another was the street raxlway system which provided horse drawn cars as far north on Nmth street as to Forest avenue Also the town possessed three churches the North Park Congregational on Eighth and North the Wes mlmster Presbyterian on Twenty first street and the Bethel Fvanqellcal Another qreat attractlon for new settlers in this location was Des Momes University whlch had yust been moved from the clty of Des Momes to the corner of Nmth and Washmqton and whtch offered an excellent llberal arts education to all who would take lt One of the most important mducements to new comers was that North Des Momes possessed a good four room brick school butldtng which had qradually evolved from a one room country school to a really qood school accommodating nicely three departments the primary mtermedxate and the name Forest Home by D lohn A Nash one of the first teachers and ministers ln the ctty of Des Momes and a patron saint ln the mmds of all Des Momes and North Des Momes cxtlzens He showed his own fanth ln this new town by butld mg a very good home where xt stlll stands on the southwest corner of Nmth and Forest Axenue stlll occupied by hls daughter and his orandson lohn MacV1car Dr Nash also helped to establish another church m North Des Momes m 1887 the Forest Avenue Baptlst Church Only a few years later Prospect Park Methodtst Church now called Trmlty was built on the corner of Eighth and Washington Forest Home School was situated on Forest avenue het ween Thtrteenth and Fourteenth streets In 1885 the prmclpal of thxs school was Mr A M Miller Followmg hxm for two or three years came M D Cv Perklns for whom Perkins grade school of the present time 15 named By 1889 two rooms had been added to the buxldmg and plans had been carried out to establish a high school Mr O E Smlth had come to be supermtendent of all the North Des Momes schools for by this time the town had grown and other schools had been build Summit now Glven Oakland now Sabm bemg among them and also Lake Park now Clarkson North Des Momes High School was then definitely launched nn the fall of 1889 fifty years ago upon Its long and honorable career The hlgh school department made use of three rooms and the hallway One of these rooms known as the mam room seated about seventy fixe students and was used chxefly as a study hall but It was often necessary for the teacher nn charge of the study group to hear her classes therem The time came when rt was necessary for classes to be met ln the hall or down tn the kindergarten room ln the afternoons and even as some of the students of that time may distinctly remember down vn a cellar room where physics and chemnstry classes were held in very close quarters and wxth very little equipment The first principal of North High was Mxss Louise Pat terson a graduate of Grinnell College and a very lovely sweet spxrxted woman who left the impress of her own sm cerlty on the lxves and xdeals of many of her puplls Fol lowmq her as principal whlle she contmued as a teacher of Engllsh m the school came Mr A W Merrill who stayed only one year at North at that time The next year saw two prmclpals come and go Mr E N McKay and Mr Samuel Cart During these years there were besides the prmclpal usually two other full time teachers and drawmg and music teachers who also served the grade schools At that txme those boys and gurls who dxd not mtend to go to college were very lxkely to drop out of school whlle stlll ln the grades or at the end of the nmth grade A few years later than this statlstlcs showed that only ten percent of the fourteen year old boys were IH school With this ln mmd It 15 not surprising to discover that a rather large percent of the earlier graduating classes went on into college four out of sxx ln the first class and four out of the five xn the second the fifth one nn this group takxng a busmess college tramtng after hugh school and so on of course the percentage decreasing as the larger numbers remained ln hugh school untxl graduatlon The curriculum at that time con slsted of strictly college entrance sublects English Latm Greek German mathematics history and science with a little art and music thrown 1n Everyone then took about the same subyects exceptmg that only a few who planned to enter class xcal courses ln college took Greek lt was durmg these very early days that our colors were chosen On October 12 1892 all Des Momes celebrated the four hundredth annnersary of a certain rather important event with a great program and a wonderful parade ln which all the school children ln Des Momes were to march wearmg thetr school colors As North had not yet thought of choosing school colors Miss Patterson suggested that pmk and green be used Her suggestlon was followed for that occ mon but lt was not untll about two years later that definxte steps were taken for thelr adoption A committee was appointed to con sxder the xmportant question of colors and it happened that they met m apple blossom time After the group had dis cussed many combmatlons of colors one of the boys notlcmg through the wmdow the pmk of the blossoms agamst the rtch dark green of the leaves on a nearby crab apple tree saxd What could be prettier or more meaningful than the colors we have already used the pmk and greenl They saw ,oy hope gladness and the eternal unquenchable spmt of youth ln the green and in the pmk faith freshness and charity love of humanity not a vague elusive tdeal but a material living fact So pmk and green were adopted as North High colors ln May 1894 and they have so far weathered the blast of cr1t1c1sm and have become dear to the hearts of thousands of loyal supporters A quotatlon from The Pulse Vol 1 No 2 Aprxl 15 1894 the first paper published by North High shows that by thls time a new and larger buxldmg was becommg very necessary Soon after this forces were set ln motlon which resulted m the building of a really beautiful and for that txme spacious new brlck bulldxng nn the midst of an old apple orchard down on Eighth md College avenue The annual of 1908 descrxbed this bulldmg as one of the most artxstnc and conxenxent school bulldtngs tn the state of Iowa bullt at the total cost of thirty thousand dollars lnto this fine home North Hugh moved itself and all xts belongings ln 1896 Off and on throughout the followmg years especlally after 1901 after the town of North Des Momes was definitely made a part of the cxty of Des Momes there was talk about turnmg thxs new buxldmg over to the grade schools and combmtng North with West Hugh The December 11 1902 issue of the Des Momes Datly News carried the followmg artxcle which set the worried mmds of the friends of North Hlqh at rest for a time A member of the West Des Momes school board saxd today that the board had no idea of dlscontmumg North Hugh and using nt for a grade school butldmg We have purchased addxtnonal ground and are planning to make the North Des Momes institution lnto a model hugh school But tt was not untxl durmg the county supermtendency of Mr Z C Thornburg three or four years later that the question was definitely settled ln favor of mamtalnmg North Hugh Followmg the prmcnpals formerly named came Mr C N Clifford ln 1897 1898 and Mr A W Brett ID 1898 1900 In 1901 Mr W E Rummel became prmcxpal This seems to have been a xery harmonious period wxthm perhaps because of uncertalnty from without for xt was durmg the three or four years of Mr Rummels reglme that the very existence of the school was bemg threatened The boys of the school ln 1903 took a census of the North Hugh dlstrxct which was stlll the same ln extent as the town of North Des Momes had been xn 1880 except that xt now extended north across the rlver mcludmg a small part of Hlghland Park This census showed the populatxon to be about 7885 and of that number 207 were enrolled at North Hxgh Mr Rummel was responsible for planting along the foundatxon the xvy whlch up to a few years ago coxered the west side of the bulldtng and furnished much xnsplr mon for poetry lt was also durmg this epoch ln 1902 that Vol 1 No 1 of the Oracle was first issued the first editor bemg Rufus Harvey and the first busmess manager Drury Haugh ln 1902 also the school first assumed the management of ath letlcs and the first paid football coach was Clyde Hulsnzer The first touchdown was made October 15 1904 agamst Boone Bt-531,455 of 1 . - of gimp nd c . a pt has he .ad gi' c mp! hislory of N r h High. lu - rl of the nmrc itrreslmg erenls Iro 4- - , Um, down ,ru present h ' e touched pon. Fr ti e In time tlur'n the ne.: h e V 1 more ' 1 r wen. - V .. ' 1 , H . 2 V 5 , . K A , ' ' ,- ' ' ' .nz I ' ' v v ' - 4 ' . ' - v ' ' - . c I , - A I . Y- , g . . , t ' ' I . . , ' f n 1 U - A . . . ' -..- , K V . , ' ' ' V - V . ' 2 25' , ' I V I I - . ...F ' higher grades with three teachers. The school was given its ' . ' . , ' 'Ta . F- - . . . .. ' . ' . . . . . . ' , - - ' - ' I V , , ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' A 1 I c ' . , V I ' ' 2 . . . . . ' I L I . ' 7 - . . . . f . n . . I 1 ' ' ' Q . ' A - . . ' . ' R ' . Q -5 4 C . , - 1 I ' . f . K . . I - A school paper under this name has been publlshed contlnuously smce at first monthly with annuals m Iune and later weekly with semester books Instead of annuals ln 1903 also a manual tralnmg depxrtment was installed in the school The same year a very wide awake debating club was organized under the sponsorship of Emma Case Moulton Some very outstandmq work was done by this group and by 1906 lt conslsted of forty seven members of the most capable boys m the school ln 1901 there were seyen hugh school teachers for an enrollment of two hundred puplls Seven rooms ln the bulld mg were occupxed by grade school classes which were spoken of as the lNorth Hxqh Annex In 1904 when there was talk of another teacher for the grades the guestxon was ravsed as to whether her classes should meet tn the cupola or the furnace room The fall of 1904 saw XV A Crusenberry who had long been a teacher of matmematlcs at West Hxgh installed as a principal of lNorth but ln December of the same year he was called back to West as principal smce Mr W O Riddle who hxd been prmcxpal there was promoted to the posltton of superintendent of the Cnty schools nn the place of Mr S H Sheakley who had resigned from that posltton ln lanuary 1905 for the first and apparently the last time a woman sat at the office desk Durmg the next few months Mlss Amelia Morton who had been prtncxpal for twenty years of lrylng school dxrected the actlvltles of North Htqh The Oracle of 1908 says that flowers stood on the office desk sash curtains were at the windows and femme touches were elsewhere in eyldence but at the end of that year there came a change xn the office Flowers were seen no more on the office desk so the Oracle says but ln thelr place a motto appeared on the wall Be brief we have our llylng to make Happy prosperous years filled with efficiency serious busmess and defintte advancement followed ln the October 1905 number of the Oracle appears this ln terestmq statement North High IS to be congratulated on the absolute freedom from rowdylsm anywhere wtthxn its walls Of nec sstty lt couldnt exlst but there seems to be no tn clmatlon to xt We are glad to chronlcle the passlng of rowdytsm By the end of the 1907 football season North had de this school year a new qymnasxum was completed and the girls were allowed to take physical traxmng Durmg the year 1908 all the schools wlthxn the city l1m1fS of Greater Des Moines were consolidated mto one school district At that same time the thirty five pupils of Oak Park High were trans ferred to North Vyftth this addition and the otherwise rapidly mcrews nq enrollment 1t became necessary to have more room Hence by 1910 all the grade school classes had been removed from the building By the fall of 1911 North had an enroll ment of 433 pupils wtth a faculty of eighteen ln a bulldmg planned for not more than three hundred pupils As a result of this condmon xt became necessary for some teachers to develop m extremely migratory habtt sometimes each of thetr five or sux classes would meet ln a different room and one teacher recalls having to go from a basement room one period to what 1s now 414 but then known as the balcony between classes each day and back again to another basement room the next period ln those days the periods were shorter buf there were more of them so while one teacher was m charge of the study hall m old 350 another could be uslng her room In those days the class work was completed by one p m thus le1ymq the time after luncheon untll two thirty dtsmxssal time for teachers to meet with pupils who needed extra train mg either mental or character The November 1911 issue of the Oracle contalns that which 15 probably North s first school sonq written by Don ald Murphy of the 1913 class to be sung to the tune of Farr H xrvard O Dear North High to thee beloved school we come With love tn our hearts ever more Let thy spmt descend from the aqe that ts past To the age that IS wattmq before Dear North High on us drop thy mantel of years With strength glrd our llmbs for the strnfe And to us gxye the spmt to strlve to attain To that qlory that is dearer than life VVhen thy loved halls we leave ln the days yet to be Mny this memory ald ns we go ln the but le of life ln the stress of the fiqht Be our armour against every foe And then when we gather at memory s shrme Wall we pledge m our loyalty true The treasures of hands and the wealth of our souls Alma Mater Dear North High to you The mam extra class actlvxty of pupils and teachers during e year of 1913 and 1914 was that of boostmg for a new bulldmg COHd1I10nS as to class room space were becoming very serious The first defimte steps were taken after a rousing assembly lanuary 3 1913 Student committees headed by Theodore Rehman and Lester Eby were appointed to carry on the work of securing signers to a petttnon for placing before the voters at the next school election 'he question of a bond issue of 5150000 for a new building for North High Students of Fast Htgh graciously offered their ass1stance ln cxrculat ng the petitions and surprlsmgly soon sxx thousand names nearly twice as many as were needed had been secured The news papers were filled that ear wlth North Hxghs need Parents alu nt and students al workmg together in a common cause de nltely revned that old North Hlgh spmt which seems to have tts ebb and flow and when electmon day was over xt was found that the bond lssae had been carried by a large majority The breaking of the sod for the bmldmg on March 23 1914 was a memorable occasion m the annals of North High the accompanying ceremony haytng been carefully planned by Principal Grundy At mne o clock the school accompanied by the orchestra filed out upon the North lawn The plow which was to break the sod and which had been appropriately decorated m pmk and green stood ready to be drawn by thxry two stalwart boys eight from each year and to be guxded by Dxrectcr Charles Hutchmson who was the member of the school board from North Des Moines and chairman of the butldmg committee This team of boys four abreast was to be guided by long and wide pmk and green ribbon lmes m the hands of two girls one from the senlor and one from the sophomore class The glee club sang Dr ldleman offered a prayer then Iudge Hutchmson seized the handles of the plow and the boys were off cutting a furrow ten feet long Over the broken ground two girls one from the lumor and one from the freshman class strewed flowers The hlstorlan out of respect for the past refralns from telling all that was turned out that mornlng by that plow The puplls and vlsitors then returned to the assembly for the program Then Principal Grundy called upon the vxsltmg board members Miss Flora Dunlap Dr Conkllng and P B Sheriff to speak briefly M Neuman the contractor assured us the buxldmg would be ready for use by February 1915 City Superintendent Z Thornburg who as County Superintendent ten years before had rendered the dectsxon against consolidating North with Wlest High made an optlmxstxc speech rn which he saxd he had lxyed to see the wisdom of hrs own earlier decision Then Dr How land Hansen pastor of the First Baptlst Church and a very loyal frxend to North High gave the concluding address The address as a whole would well bear quotmg but space permits only the last part of xt which may well be an mspxratnon to North High students still After having Introduced and dns cussed three prlnclples of lxvtng which he hoped might be kept m mmd by all North High students always th t ns a spxrlt of reverence a splrnt of voluntary obedlence to all ap pointed authorities and a splrlt of loyalty ln their coming cxt xzenshxp he closed with these words We want thts spirit of loyalty to be the dominant one nn the cxtxzenshtp here created My home my school my city my country but whether victory or defeat shall come my home whxle life shall last my school forever my cxty my state my country tlll time shall be no more If we can cultivate this spmt of loyalty tn North Hxgh we shall neyer re ret the breakmg of ground today It will appear tn lifelong rxendshxps ln unxted efforts for future ylctorxes and lf ever the need arises it will send our young men and women mto the hazards of llfe to wm safety for the health and the llves of their people The last words of Dr Hansens address were probably prompted by the knowledge of the war clouds which hung over Furope that spring The new btuldmg was finished accordmg to promise and ln September 1915 seven hundred students and twenty five teachers took possession Mr Grundy decided that summer to retire from the school business and Mr E I Eaton born and educated m New York state but coming to us from Grand Rapids Michigan took up the rexns of government at North Durmg the three years of Mr Eatons regime many new thmgs were introduced mto the school one of the first belraq the reorganization of the school into home rooms six at rst For some reason even the Oracle decided to begin over for It was chanqed from a twenty page exght by eleven ' , V , th ' ' AT- I A ' ' l . A' 4.. I 4 . I'-. . - V - 7 A ' V r v A V v - . A . . ' A A . Q ' A ' V A ' ' . ' c ' ' ', ' 1 ' V V 1 1 ,, v ' . . I V- .H 1 c 7 K sv 'I A ' A veloped and cheered on a city championship team. During A - D V - ' - r . V V A 1 V . V -A . . . ' fm ' , . - - A A A 1- ' ' V '. V ' ' ' ' ' . V a - V A. .V u . A I I A Y v ' - A ' ' - v l . I f 1 ' - - -. ' ' V . ' ' - - . c 'l l ' , ' ' V , ? - i r H '-' 1 A A . ' l 1 v A - V -5 V ' ' ' I V Q 1 '. " 2 , 1 I ' , ' . , . . Y D 1 V ' A Again North High was becoming over crowded This condition was taken care of in the year 1921 and on for a while by rearranging the whole schedule for the day and run ning the classes in two shifts with home room period for the sophomores juniors and seniors at 8 15 a m with six forty mmute periods from then until lunch period at 12 43 when many of these students went home for the rest of the day The home room period for the freshmen came at 1 16 p m after they may have had two classes or their lunch and their classes continued on until 4 18 This made it possible for the rooms to be used by two sets of classes throughout the day The real problem for the teachers was where to go when not havmq classes or presiding over a study hall By 1922 there were twenty seven home rooms instead of seven a change which made possible more effective home room work At that time there were sixty teachers for about fourteen hundred pupils In the fall of 1921 Mr A Neal Hutchins came to North as her first vice principal and remamed in that capacity until une 1928 His office was the tower room openm onto the half way landing on the north stairway to the third oor in the oldest building Anyone golng to the third floor or balcony H14 nowl in those days was likely to have to wind his way up among boys sitting on the stairs awaiting their turn to appear before the judge The headlines of the Oracle May 5 1922 was Honor Mr Fletcher Mr Fletcher was then completing his twentieth year as custodian of the building during which time he had seen the school grow from one hundred fifty to fourteen hun dred in number Amonq other words of appreciation were the following North High s lawn has been one of her proud est possessions since Mr Fletcher took charge No bare spots are on our lawn flowers and the American flag add beauty to the grounds Folks are so used to the immaculate appearance of the place that they never disturb the flowers This however was before pupils had to go to classrooms out side the building Steps toward securing a school emblem were first taken when the Iune class of 21 left a sum of money to be given as a prize to the school artist who should submit the best de sign for an emblem The design presented by Evelyn Mc been developed by a commercial art company the North High emblem or seal just as it is now was accepted by a vote of the whole school on February 29 1924 When the idea of adopting a uniform class pm or rmg instead of the individual class pins chosen each semester by each class first came to a vote of the school it was overwhelmingly defeated but grad ually after the emblem had become familiar to all the uniform pm was approved by a large majority of the school Only one real disaster at the school has occurred through out all these years and that was the fire in the aud1tor1um Ianuary 24 1923 It burst forth apparently spontaneously and destroyed everything in the room but did no harm to any person For the next few months there were no assemblies and the students learned to appreciate their assembly privileges by the time they regained them Overcrowded conditions had developed in all the schools agam and an extensive building program was carried on throughout the next two or three years The building of the rumor highs made it possible for the ninth grade pupils to be removed from North and agam for awhile there was breathmg s ace P ln March 1923 Principal Merrill was elected to the position of Assistant Superintendent of Schools We were proud to know that our principal s worth was recognized but we were sorry to have him leave North indeed the school did not really give him up as we have always thouqht of him as still bemg a very good friend to North High The following September Mr Curtis Threlkeld came from Marshalltown to take Mr Merrills place Roosevelt High opened that fall and several of our teachers were transferred to the new school making it necessary to bring other new facultv members to North and to do a good deal of reorgan izmg here Throughout the years changes had been taking place in the extra curricular activities work usually improvements and this year two very important changes were made Partly be cause of rather serious ill healths resulting to some popular students who had been elected to far too many offices at the same time and very much in order that honors as well as responsibilities might have a far wider spread throughout the school a plan for limiting participation on the part of mdi viduals now knovsm as the Points System was adopted This plan has been revised from time to time to meet the shifts of interest time and responsibility connected with the various act1v1ties and it will no doubt continue to be revised by the Activities Committees and udicial Boards of the future Another improvement in extra curricular 368175 had to do with the Council During Mr Merrill s regime the constitution had been changed so as to give more responsibility to the stu dents and in keeping with this idea the name of the organ ization had been changed from The North High Student Teacher Association to The Student Council of North High Several new committees such as the judicial board the halls and ushers committees had been added In 1923 another re vision of the constitution was made which greatly expedited the early semester organization The membership of the council from then on consisted of the presidents of the home rooms untll some time later when chairmen appointed outside the elective members and later the members of judicial board who might have been chosen from outside the elective members be came by their appointment to these positions by the executive committee members of the council The organization of the council since that time has been made at the end of each semester instead of bemg delayed until the opening of the new semester and the election of serior class officers That fall Billy Sherman who had played on North s foot ball team in 1907 when she won her first city championship came back to his old school as coach and agam as in 1917 18 and 19 there began a great era in athletics At the beginning of the year 1924 Principal Threlkeld called the Council to a special meeting in which he laid upon them very impressively the responsibility of aiding in the P T A membership drive and how those boys and girls did respond' They worked through their home rooms their homes and their neighborhoods until they brought the mem bership of the P T A for that year from sixty hve to nearly one thousand making it one of the largest P T A organ izations in the United States The parents were so appreciative of the efforts of the students that they provided furniture new rugs davenport chairs etc for the club room a large room on the mam floor of the old building A branch of the National Honor Society called the Aelioian Chapter was formed ln 1924 the first of four such organizations in the city This organization together with the old custom of granting honoraria to certain students at the Moines schools in Iune 1938 bv decision of the School Board Excellent vxork has always been done by North High stu dents in music but in the days before the possible number of credits a student might acquire was so closely limited many more pupils choose music and more time was given to par ticipation in contests by large as well as small groups North s contestants have always won their share of the higher places Mr Threlkelds efficient administration was brought to an end after four years by his bemg called to South Orange New Iersey to take charge of a new 5200000 school build ng and its fifteen hundred pupils He had carried on in a fine wav the activities which former principals had initiated and will be remembered for his encouragement of student co operation in government of extra curricular activities as well as improvement of class work and for his great interest in the P T A work Mr H T Steeper who had been principal at West High for seven years was transferred to North at thjg time and rg mamed until Iune 1935 The second year of Mr Steepers administration Mr S E Thompson came from Omaha Techni cal High School to serve as vice principal and boys adviser but he did not stay with us long as he was in 1930 appointed Principal of Amos Hiatt Iumor High Mr F I Meier who had been vice principal at West High several years came to fill the same position at North and he has carned on so well in this work that he is still the wise and kind adviser of North High boys ln addition to this office he teaches two history clhssef advises the athletic committee and is principal of night sc oo VVhen Miss Sadie Campbell who became advisor of the girls and the seniors after Miss Edith Fisher left North de cided to go back to Columbia University for advance work Miss Fssie Whirry took up her work Miss Whirry had been an excellent history teacher and home room adviser and was already well known at North In addition to her advisor ship of the irls and the seniors she has charge of the whole social life o the school and still teaches two history classes In Ianuary 1928 West Senior High was given up be cause of the small number of students there About one hundred of these students transferred to Roosevelt and over four hundred to North Several teachers who had been at West also came to North Every eEort was put forth by all concemed to bring about as speedy and as perfect an amal ama tion of the two groups of students as possible glome ' ' ' ' ' V. - . -A r . . . A x' ' ' V ' - Q ' ' K' . . s - - 5 1 A 1 . I . l I . i .. . . - , - - I . 1 . . ' - I 3 ' V ' ' . . . - Nealey was finally considered most suitable: and after having end. of each Semester Was abandoned thf0UQh0'-it all the Des V 7 . I v I l , ' l - ' . . ' - D I ' U 1 I 1 ' 1 I . . . . . - 1 1 v 4 I 1 4 . ' l . ' ' ' - - - . ' . ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' , . . . . , . I 1 I 1 U ' A : n . , 2 V - - . " . . . , - . s . - 5 ' Q ' . . l'- , 1 r ' . ' rooms were formed of equal numbers of both groups and the school went forward as usual soon loslnq sag t of he North and VVest adea entarely The ye ar 1079 marked the first actayaty tow ar aq aan e ne e de d be quarang more room whach was then qre atly cause of the mere asanq number of pupals commq eyera V-H195 ter from the three trabut ary yunaor hagh schools before the elty had yoted 1 4130000 bond assue far amproye ment of the West flaqh bualdtnq but for some reason the plan had not been carraed out The questaon of transfe rrmq thas money ta be used for ar' addataon to North Haqh bualdmq was placed before the voters an March and w as deeaded fayor ably for North As a result of thas actaon North Hagh qaaned the whole new bualdmq facanq Seyenth street aneluelnq the boys gymnasaum swammmg pool nurses rooms a mueh en larged stage and a complete chanqe an the mteraor of the old est bualdtng too comphcated to be det 11led here but proyudanq seyeral extra class rooms the httle theatre and the club or musac room as they are now The offices whach were pre vaously on the thard floor of the first bualdmq where the s0Uth staarway and H4 are now were .at that tame moyed to the Some y ears Duranq the eaqht years of Mr Steeper s admanastrataon the school enloyed many anterestanq aetayanes mel undertoes some new ones whach are now 1 part of our eyery day hfe One of these as our Student Actayaty Book Mr 'l'hompson brouqht thas aclea to North Des Moanes from Omaha Technic al Haqh School and at has smce been adopted by R voseyelt Had LIU coln After two semesters of dehberataon ll the matter the Councal passed the laws requarang eyery one who washed to hold ofhce or partxcap ate an any sehool actayaty exee pt club member shap to possess were also made Mr Steeper of makmq boys and character an detlylty book up to date lNoon moyaes possable durmq those years belaeyed thoroughly an the conference method and garls thank about leadershap catazerashlp A XX est he had anataated 1 seraes of com massaons deahng wath yaraous problems and these qroups had formed the custom of meetlnq twace a year an week end con ferences at the Boone Y M C A camp After he came to North these Y camp conferences were carraed on under the name of the North Hagh Student Couneal and Home Room Ofhcers Conference untal the expense of the trap beg an t seem prohabataye 7 ae aunea ae T A with r Steeper s help ua auqur ated a se rlts of l,lSl!'lLl leadership on fe renees to meet an y araous parts of the state The one usually atteneee ly leleqates from 'Narth meets e aeh Aprll at Amee nq e atert e 1st nme years aqo No beo an se nehnq deleq ates from the councal to the Mlssoura Valley l'kCltf'lllUI'l of Student Councxls and wath the 11d of Rooseyelf Ha ah at the Ro use aelr bualclanq entert aaned thas anterestmq qroup o represent atayes from at least eaqht states an October trmq tle e rta sen out tae f t lnyatataon e other aree aools for an all eaty eouneal eonference l e meetltlqs aaye been e arraed on eyer sanee the pl aee of mee ang rot atmq from ye ar to yar e st ae as held an lQ7X before th l'North q ame and as stall beanq eelebr ated at th at d ate each year All lhqh Sehool Day on whaeh the hagh school students from tlae eomme rcaal departments of the caty schools are em ployeel for 1 day 1 the down town stores seems to haye been started an Oetober IFV47 rouqheaut maay ers the musle and dr am atles de art ments of North lhqh h1ye done exeellent work 'lhe school departments te aehers of qreat abahty and enthusa asm for thear work lhrouqhout these hfty years North Haqh has sent forth anto the world eaqhty flve hundred graduates One thtnq that speaks well for North llagh as that at le ast on two oee asaons those who haye formerly been here as leaders haye seemed gl ad to come b aek It wall be remembered that Mr A VV Merrill was prlneapal of North two different tames and when Mr Steeper resaqned an une 1935 the Board o eltae 1 IWII showee re al wvsdom an se ne ang Nlr S l lhomp soa baek to lXorth as prancap al Sante hastory as supposed to be the reeord of past eyents and North Hagh people teachers an pupals ahke are hopmq that Mr Thompsons admlmstra non m ay not be 1 thlnq of the past for many years to come t as seems to be a qood stoppanq poant 'lhe hastora an does howeyer wash to add an closang that e aetayataes of the school curracul ar as well as extra curra cul ar haye qone forw 1rd durmq tlaese past four years of M lhompson s admanastrataon efheaently and happaly for faeulty and students ahke feel has svmpathetxe lnterest an the work e ach as trymq to do 5Ql1lOI' C ASS HICQFS larst raw ack Conroy treasurer Hob Bum q ardner pre sldent Ball Alkare boys executaye board member Second row Pat Sheehan seere t ry Ruby Knudson assastant tre asurer ewel Mayne hastora an Mary Pllen Sparks garls exe cutaye board member Not pactured Ball Parker vace presadent ,. , . R - g . ln lfleh, the St. t' Ce "l of tl ' ll. , . ' M I II ,I ,I II, I I I I- h I. I' .. , I. ., K I 1 . K V. Ii - C I III I I I I ,Il IIdIII an L . 1.1 e-k.eIy .I I Ik . II . . f , . - . I .C - ., . , bel I 'I ' .aan 'el by' l S. C. At le. 5 ' "1 ' Q I nh I V , . ' . ' II Y I 1 eg I-. .yIt eI- ' - , e . I . ' . - . . , , I - -1, e . - 1 ' : ,A ' ' ' e ' 1 . . . . y - ' . . ' ' I , II , . I, , ,Q I. f ' ' . z if I is '.. , l932, , 1, ' - . . ' D1 I 1's- years. too. No l 5' t l ' lrs " , ' go . . . - . . Y 1 . , -e - - th- - tl -- sel 3 . . -s ' ' ' ' - - ,"h S9 . e . e . e . . I . . I A I I IIII I. I II I II.1l .. .. 4 , I . Q.. t Y . e ' I 1 ' , ' .il ' ' H' V ' . . - ' - ' e 5 1- , ' ' 1 l'h' fir: Ce l ar Day' we 5 - ' e - - 4- East- , ' ' I V' ' I 'A I - . ' I K -I l I- I ' I - - e 2 e Q i 4 . I . I A U ' H . ' - 3 l li f - - , II ' ' , 4 ' " . a ' it ' - ' . '.', . ' I 3 f ' I X ' - H H I. ' ' ' 5 I 'l'h I rr ' y'e'z .' ' .' ' . 1 . -pg . - v - i 'I ' ' ' ' , I X I K -e . -. . . I I Seventh street lOCilU0I1 Wl1lCl1 HWY HOW OCCUPV- has be-en unusu.1lly' fortunate. it seems, in securing for these . . I I I I L I 1 1: C - -I. I e I . I- .4 - . I- I - R ' ' - 2 Ipi I . .K R V ' , , xl- u v ,, I , 1 I y - - -I 1 1 , I I I . I , I , , I, Q , I I . , , 2 I. I QI I . . I I - I I . ' 2 'I e ' I i I f I - . ' ' , 1 e QI, I- , i , . I I-. -e 1 ' . HI- - --if I- I 1 - Q ve I- , I , I, ,I I I. ' , Q ' O e 1 e I ek . I- I 1. I- e . . 1 - K - I -' , ' ,. ,e . ,' e . ' flt Rte . "l -. l I 2" - I ' - I - ' a e - kg - I 2 ' I ' V , ' o ' 1 . e ' , 4' ' , ' d A '. z A a , , I ' ' - e . . . e . . e I . I . , . I X , ' I -' e ' - , , e 'Q I I - , I .'I Q ' - . , . , . th' 4' . - ' 2 e. ' a. ' 1- 4- I I e ' 2 a I ,e i ' 4 f Q -. I -Q ' I I , -I , R I ' " 2 ' r. ' . e ' 1 . ' " ' 2 a ' , 5 1 1 - ' 5 ' ' Ie o 2' 'Q 3 ' J 2' ' ,I 1 "' , ' I. .. I A l O I :' 3 e " le , , ' 1 - . - ' e ' . ': ei ' ' , -' ' ' ' rl 'I ' .l , ' . V. V xt -A 1 li I, e I' , '. 'Q 3 ' ' 1 e z ' 5 ' - Aufxms JIM. DIIORIIS as thu hz nc that Iaunrhed lhoIIsanIl shIps nr! Home oom Athlt'III Manager ll:-1nor II Imax C ClraI I- Report- AIJANIS Rc III RI AC II I I, no mm I1 I In HI more IC PI IH'lII'l"Illli'? U rc-Qrlxnq 3 Sfmor Csau In Minh Commxrtve 'l AIIIIIII WILLIAM K n uould ur H Ierr use I4 rn! C IIIInII II Ial Boar a n me H or I1l m tee S I Mo or 7 N Home Room rewdrnt 5 IIe rrmdent lreawurer Box: Home Room Atbletxc Manaqer 3 CIrculo s anol W 6 8 Semor HI Y Men sr-ntatlxe PS Oracle FdItorIal Staff R Reportunq 7 Supplrrnf-nt Frlltorxal Staff 5 Awurnsox M ARY ILAN ' at sure! s' ugh! une affords I Deb ClIIb F Home Room NI-mor eprr Qtntatlxe R ATHERTOK. VVII I I I-II VIRI I hIm Iancal In be told Aeronautxu C'lub 3 4 Football 9 YN rutlu ATKINSON BETTY MARIE Men uere born or the take o mefn! Home Room Secretarv 6 BACIIMAN BOB Nnlhcr too uoung ro be II use nor ton I I II b I 'Ire u Camera Club Vice Prefndent 8 Cxrfulo Espanol C lub I Hove G11-e Club 3 4 Orafle Reportrnq IIII wr H benlor qupplemen Picture l'I Itor W PIAIIIII C NRI Lomx fl IIHII plIamrI n II Ind lh I lx rrlmhed bu rhI IIIrr mer Home Room Vlrt- Prrsulcnt h Home Room Stnror Rqwrewntatlxe 6 BAKHI BFTTY IEAN A aIr lItrIe grrl was she Stud:-nt Councrl 7 8 SocIal Commmee 7 8 SI-Iretarv 8 H II Monnor 7 8 Study lll Cummxltee 6 7 Home Room Presndent 7 8 VIII- Prvsrdrnt 6 Secretary 5 Senlor Apnl 2l Partx Commxttee BAK!-P HFIFN ELSIE A gentle ladu II an degree Q utlent Leader 7 BM I S BI TTN FI-Rx e only II If haIe rmn In be one 1 I rt Cilu BAIIARD Mun ALMEIJA 4 rnndlu hear! uuh manu rrends Home' Room CIII I-nahrp Reprewntatnc 7 lome Room Sf-mor Rcprecentatne Q BARIROIT RIISSEIL ANKENI 'Wav hr proxper uhere er he b Home Room Secrctarx 6 Home Room Treasurer 7 AudItor for All Club Treasurerf and Senmrs Home Room Qenxor Representatne R BARN!-TT IAVIFS AARON 1' f poueumn the 6aIRbone aurhorrtu Student Councrl Prewdent S Ushers Commntee F Aesemblw Commrttez 7 Home Room Prcwndent 7 R VIC: Premdent 6 SDCICIIS R manae Club 1 5 6 7 S Presldent 7 Vcc rrwrdr-nt 6 Secretarv 5 Camera Club 8 chewtra 6 Band 3 4 BARRITT CJIHNI-Xll:.NE Ions Lrltle bu oh mu Oracle S lIcItor 7 Adxertrslnq Manaqer 8 Supplement SolIcItor 7 Adxertmmq Manager 8 Senmr Claw Dax Commntee S Bxw-xIAN HIIIIJA Qin haf mana nameless urtues HomI- Room SI-In-tarx I Q CIII cnnhrp Repre wnI1IIxr 6 lrcnrb Allxance Club 1 5 6 7 lvI1rlI1 Cllub 6 Sentor Banquet Cnmmlttee 8 A :IV Z A' 14 lk I, F . . 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I f ' ,I - ' f ' ' Il BEAN VIRIINIA MARIE Truc uorth Is In bemg not seemIng If Ren-nes at Atl1nIIt HIqh School l 3 4 Irs Lxler Club BEEF II LLX RUTII BARBARA A merry heart maketh a cheerul COUnff7'lanCC Home Room Vue Presuclent K ScholarshIp Representatne 7 Home Room Senmr Repre sentatne 8 BENNETT LEIL A IANE For non ue ualk u.Ith beauty hand In hand H me Room Secretary 4 5 6 7 8 Trax l Club 6 Oracle Reportlng 7 enlor Commeme ment Commmee 8 BENNETT SHIRLEY Sha uho plants Irmdnexs gathers lone Grounds 4 5 6 7 8 Home Room Secretary S Scholarslu Re resentatwe 7 Socletas Romanas dent 7 PresIdent 8 Camera Club 8 Curl R ne 3 LadIes of the ury 7 Propertv CommIItee Make up Commlttee 8 Student Lealer 8 Semor Class Banquet Co ChaIrman 8 BENSON MARION ARNOLD s Ibor s t n vam Home Room VIce Presxdent 6 Bovs Athlenc Manager 4 Trasel Club 7 Q Aeronauhcs 5 6 8 Home Room Senxor Representatne 5 BEOUGHER LOIS MAXINE Of softest manners una ected mmd LoI.er o peace and Fnend o human kmd SCholarshIp Commlttee 8 Home Room Secre tary 8 Qcholarshlp Representatne 6 7 Eleanor Ho ouav Club 4 5 6 Secret I l Cl b 7 8 Secretarv 8 BIERvIA MARVIN LEROY Each man for hImsel Aeronauncs Club 4 BII uxcs IOSEPII A has a Iusdom that guides Is valor Irculo Espanol Club 6 7 fs nd 7 fl Bovs Glec Club h Oracle Reportm 7 R af' BI Ac RWIII LAKIRFTTA VIRCINIA A brnllmnt meld a manner lrmd BI AIR MARC ARIET IEAN The grace o a rIch jewel Home Room becretary 5 6 7 Treasurer B Srholarsl-up Rtpresentatne 4 Hall Monltor 4 5 Student leanlex Pl Semor Class Sermon Com n Irr X BLOOM IEAN CAROLNN A sueet attrnctrue kmd o grace Grounds Commlttee 4 5 8 Assembly Com mIttee 6 ActIvI!Ies CommItIee 6 7 Hall Mon: X Home Room Treasurer K CItI enshIp Representatne 6 Lnrls Home Room AthletIc anaqer 5 C culo Espanol 3 4 5 ecretary 7 Traxel Club 6 7 8 lnter u CouncIl Representatne 7 Program Chanrman 8 atnxtv The Pampered Darlmg 6 a Ies of the ury 7 The Turtle Dose Property Commlttee f Natlvllv 7 Student eader 4 u Ior LIfe Saxlng 4 Semor n nountcmcnt Commmee ChaIrman Bouosrx MARCLILA LIILIAN Hugh! star would I uere stead as! a thou art Socxatas Romanas Club 3 4 Sub Deb Club 5 6 Orchestra 3 4 C Chorus 4 Senlor AprIl Zl Partv Commnttee fl Oracle Reportxng 8 Lunch Room A sIstant 4 5 6 7 BRADSII Aw HERBERT DEWITT Is heart Is rom raud as hmrcn rom earth a Monrtor 6 n ra IIra 5 Orac e Reportxnq 7 8 BRADY BERNARD Dorh your honor .ree any harm IIs ace7 uture Farmers of America Club 3 4 UnIonvIIle HIqh School Baseball 4 BRPINNJAN ROBERT IOI-IN Tm better to gue lhan to take Acronautns 6 7 5 Home Room SenIor Repre sentatne 8 BRI-NNTAN II ANNI ou shud In your nun hgh! Home Room Scholarshm Reprrsentahve 5 Cnrls Home Room Athletn Manager 6 Sub Deb Club 6 7 D Fscnme Club 6 Sclence Clu lfaitl Semor l'lospItalItv iommlttec R lf'1sll Stroll Tvplst R lF1stI H1ll MonItor 5 6 G l 1 '. . ' 'A . . 1 ' . A G le' 7 K 4 5. 6. , I V' 1- I . 4 .II I , fl ' ' 'Q M 7 3 Ir- . , , 6. 7, 8, - Q S7 S 5 ' , I . CI b O .-.. 3 'C 7 - ' I ' : : 2 S ' ' - "N ' " 5: " U : , "L d . I " : " ' " 3: ' o H H J L : I n I' 3 A - Club 3, 47 5, 7. 8. Treasurer 6, Vice-PresIl 6 6 V I A I ' f L ' . 3 Q. . . se ' . 4:-H l M 1 - 5 ' V , I V Ig - 2 - ' V A "H ' as far I I "HI a wa no I ' 5 J ' f . , , ,' , H ll , l t M I 4, , l 1 - , W ' . . ,. I If , : ' Y. H f I .. k in - C f I A 7 A n ' ' F , . . at ll Z R . . . ar av lu , 2 ' "He H I h 3 "Y I . I A ,I , I , , ,I B 2, 4, 5, 1 V I - V ' 27 I I A' 3 a ' Q , 4.4 5 , 5 '1 . 1 ' N b R B 1111s XNIIISIIR 1 N 111 1 1 11 thrrr-7 1 1 ,1. 1.11 1 111 N3 I B mm. 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Timm 1m1l1- 1 11 rr m.111i1'n5 arc . r. v 11111 - 1 . a1rman . mu' R1111m '1 1- -' - P1 Sub- Club 7 ' ' 1 1 -s - 1, S111 retarml C b .A -111 r . 1 11 1 1 ' nmr mm .l n111r RT-r1-s1-111.1 11- , H1'1i11s, ls.-x111a111 lll,I'I'A .-'l l1ul1- 1111! 1111111 1.111 1111- .1111l 11.-11111 111.1U1," ll.1ll Nl11v11:111 N, 51-111-1.1r1.1i 6'l11l1 N 'Q' bv l CAIDVNPII VIRGINIA GAYLE A nrndly smllr a helplng hand ll1m1 Rfmm Srholarshrp Rcprcsentatrve 3 4 11 e u 5 6 Scnx H1'1q111-I Cnmmnttee X CARI sow MARc 11 L11 xr LRVON The mm! memes! slgn o wtsdom 111n!1nu1'1I 1h1'er ulness Grounds Comm1tt1-r Fl Frlms Commlttzz 5 6 P1 fhmrman X Athlrtu Commuter 5 Sub Deb ub 3 4 5 6 7 Home Room Treasurer 5 Grandma Pu 5 the Strmg 7 Mak: up Commutee lor Vanrshmg Prmcess 7 ln ra ral 3 3 Student Lea 1 1' 1n 4 5 Semor Class 1mm1rrre H Orarle Rrpnrung 7 Busmess Managrr A 9 l111ror 7 Supplement Assrstant Ad11s11r ard Bus1n1-ss Manager 8 CARR Ewhurs CLAUDINE A sr e as not all that counts inrl Home Room Athl1-t1r Manaqer 7 Orfhzs Fl Band 3 B Choru 5 1 1 cr ub v11mm1n 3 Stu znt leader 7 CARTER R11ssnLL LDVNARD lkn 11l1dp1 1: pouer C11 AMBERI 111.1 CLARK E MAE A sunnu dupoxmon s the soul surcc-ss Sub Deb Club 5 6 F In r Club Councrl Rfpftsentatne 1 Socmtas Romana Orchestra 3 B Chorus 3 Student Leader 5 6 7 Senor Banquet Cnmmntre 5 Supplement Bunness Manager 8 CHAMBERS. EMILY HELEN "She u.11ll oulsrrnp all prarse. and make rt lag behmdf' G1rls' Reserve Club 7g Hall Momtor 7: Home Room Sen1or Rcpresentatwr R: A Cap elln C orus 33 B Chorus 4 5 6. T C orus 1 lflll .ec Club 3 4 . . C11Ar1.1JLER, MARY IANE 'lfhc ards to a noble Ile are within," Grounds Commxttee 6 7. 3. Costume Committee 7, S, G1rls4 Home Room Athletrc Manager 6, 7. : 14 een Club 5 , F n u , 7, , Inter Club C011nc1l Reprrscnlalrve X: Camzra Club S Program Chaxrmnn Q, Hall Monitor . xle- rr-new 1 Home Room Semor Rrnrrsrntatxxf A CHANNON. AlIDREX' BARBARA "You Il 5111! some 11111111 chap to a tee." A11mna11111s Club W Trrasurcr F. Cxrxmes Hugh 51h1ml Or1h1's!r1l l 4 5 6 Grlmts Band 3, 4, 5 tv. Grxmrs Lhrls Gllee Club 3, 4, 5, 64 Ora- tnrv at Cmmcs tv, Plavs at Grimes-"Angels Unauars-." "l11nmr Iamboreu 6: Student Leader b: lunmr Class Pr:-sndent at Grlmes 63 Senior March I7 Partv Committee H. Cratle Ednorial Staff S: Lun1h Room Assmtant 8. Crmpxrax Ewlxx MILDRED Her mem ru u.r!h us uxll endure Fmame Commltut N Hall Monntor 8 French :ann 4 Pl Searctartal Club Srnlor Banquet Commuttee 8 CHENIOWET1-1 Dura G New-r dc-spaxr bt uou on rn desparr Student Councll Wxce Prulclent S u.l1L1al oard Chalrman Q Llihers 6 S Ath etu 8 Hom R m rendent b 3 President 5 Traxel Club 7 F Hall Momtor 8 aseball 6 Sen1or Marth 17 Partx om mute: 8 CHENOWETH '1 HBINIA LAVON1 rea! mmds Imkc heater: are pltaud m domg good Home Room Scholarihnp Representative 7 S b Club 4 5 axe u Office Assmanr R Cnnnmix SADIE Her ready longut loued axr and fre Study l"'al Commxttec 1 5 Eleanor Hollouax ub 3 4 S cb Club 6 5 lnter .1 ouncxl Re rcwenratne 8 l ra Mural Sensor Commemement Committee CHRISTENSLN CAROL Iam. -1 kmdlq uord a smrltng are Home Room Cm enshup Rcpreientatne 3 4 5 Su Deb Club 3 4 5 6 Home Room Senior Repreu-nt4r11.e 8 Cumsrxusrx Liu mx RUTH ay she ne rr knou prnamn nerd Cox.: ROBERT E: He v a ne bnu among Ihr mas: enmr Claw Partx K rummltlcc H COLL!-.s, Aum ROBLRT lfvnwr Im m honest mtl." 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Nenmr ilav lax Lommmu 'I EVIFRN HAROLD IOSEPII b r at I que stron ER LAINSON BEVERLY ERNESTINE Many thmgs are too beaurr ul t h thought m ny m re to be spoken Lostume Commlttee 6 7 5 Avxvanr Chau' m n 7 8 Home Room Secrerarx 4 U 6 Home Room CIKI enshxp Rcpresentarue 3 O e of Socral Orchestra Onhestra I' Io 4 5 Sen Decorahonm Commnree Aursrant Chaxrman F FARAO FRANK SAMUEL B 106 I uonder who Is Kmg 0 my thoughts Home Room Treasurer 8 Boys Home Room A etxc Manaqer 6 Snxor Aprrl Parrx Commxttee S FARNSLEY JACK NENINS uIet and relzrrr-g but a man o true, uorth Home Room Cm enshrp Representarne S Foot ball 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Home Room Senlor Representatrve 8 FEES LILLYAN CHRISTINA Whered you Iome rom mamy dear ecretarxal Club S HITeen Club 6 Ir Reserves Club 4 FERCUS DONA LAVELLE 4 msc urlhout a thorn Home Room SIholarshIp Reprewenratur 4 Traxel Club 4 Treasurer 4 FILovIIv MOLLY Nerer let your studres Interfere wrth uour regular work Cnrls Home Room Athletxc Manager 3 HI Tec-n Club 4 8 Qub Deb Club 7 Eleanor Hollowav Club 6 Style Show 3 x X II SIIIVI 4 N Ft A II I IInIIIIIIIII I ll I A II 5 IIIIIIIIIIIII I I III N I III I N ll II II IIrry NIAIIIIIIIIII II l' I l XIII N Irm rvI l K l KU I UNH IIUH I Ir IprI II III III lIIIIII I I If nil I RIIRI A RI I I IIIIII I II IIIII I b Ib Deb NI n IIIIII I III Iqmg NIIpplI nI I Ivr III rc-I l'IIIIIIIwI I HXRRX W YATT rnIII make uour trmr s II f Uflllllll Pl OYHK UW? 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G I -. , , U1-I-C'lIIb l 4 at RI ll' II I h .' h l 4 j ' ' ..I can RI II-I , Q I I GAEKIE GEORGE WILFRED IR Yea ierilly' A man o menu talents Home Room Vice President 8 Home Room Treasurer 7 Home Room Citi rnshtp Repre- sentative 6 Socnetas Romanax Club 3 4 5 6 i n 5 Urat lr Ft itor htel 8 Hn X B Hall Monito GALIAUK HER ALICE ANNE Her eyes a bash ul a ure Cappella Chorus 5 6 7 ir s 1 er ub3 GAMBLE KENNETH OMER United we stand duided uc a GAMMILL FRANCES MARCEILE Two eyes bright and rouguh Halls Committee 3 4 Study Hall Committee 5 6 Home Room Scholarship Representative 8 A Cappella Chorus 8 B Chorus 3 4 5 6 7 rs Glee Club 3 4 5 6 7 Library Assn 5 GARDNER BETTY MARIE Without kindness there can be no joy Hall Monitor S Home Room Secretary B Sub e Club 4 5 8 lvuatlta Club 7 Eleanor Holloway Club 7 Oracle Editorial Staff R Reporting 7 8 Supplement Stall' 8 GARMON ROBERT MERvnN He can t be beat Halls Committee Aeronautics 4 8 GARRETT ROBERT O Though vanquished he could argue str Srvice Cmmlttee 4 5 6 7 R ovx Home Room Athletic Manager 7 Home Room Pres: d nt 6 Home Room Vice President Aeronautics 3 A Cappella Chorus 4 oym ee Club 3 urtle ove 8 Golf wimmlng 5 6 8 Life Savln Senior Picnic Committee 8 GEITZ, GILDA HELENA "She has a toire of ladness and a ' 0 :mile and eloquente of beauty," Master Swimmer 8: Life Saving 5. 6, 7, X. C,1tLrTTr ROBERT WEED For tts the mind that makes the body rlfh s er fnmmlttee 3 4 5 Serxice Commit ee H Citi rnshxp Committee ll HI Y Club 3 vumming 7 F4 1 vtng 3 Senior April 2l Party Committee GILLIIAND FRANRLUN WELLS l th re a way he ll d Ushers Committee 3 4 5 6 7 is Home Room Treasurer 7 Home Room Citi enshlp Pepre R ntatixe 'K Traxel Club 6 7 GINN FUCENE LYLE I do think thee I b pretty wise ellou Activities Committee 6 7 B Home Room Vice President 4 5 6 Home Room Secretarv 5 Home Room Citi enship Representatne 7 Orchestra 3 Band 5 GORDTNTER HAROLD RAYMOND A ter a womans heart Home Room Scholarship Representative 7 Band GRAHAM FRED MITCHELL What skill what power on his part Publicntv 6 7 R Home Room Senior Repre Q ntatnr 8 Track 6 8 Orchestra 3 4 Circu o s anol ub 8 ice Prestdent GR AX ES Lt LIA PEARL The worth of a woman cannot denied GRANPS MARCARET MAE Variety is sweet in all things St-mor Home Room Representatne B GR AX MARCARhT IANE The-u are neier alone uho are accom panied with noble thoughts." Greenfield High 3. 4, 5. 6: North High 7. 3: Citizenship Committee 8: Home Room Citizen- ship Representative 83 Orchestra 3. 4, 5. 6: Band 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: A Cappella Chorus 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 3: B Chorus 7: Girls' Sextette 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 83 Brass Group 3. 4. 5. 6: "Bells of Capistranouz "Little VVomen". GRAY. VINCTENT PAUL 'Humour's son. I .Vadr up of wisdom and of fum' French Board 3 43 French Alrance 3. 4: "Ladies of the lurv" 7. Baseball 3: Semor Class Dav C0mmIttee R. GREENVN EIL Ru ANNE She doth Indeed shou some sparks that are like wrt Grounds Commlttee 6 7 8 Socnetas Romanas Club 6 1 8 lnter Club Council 8 Orchestra Band 3 4 5 6 7 8 Senxor Banquet mnttee Pl GUERRERO IULIAN PEERY He was a good ellow Boys Home Room AthletIc Manager 8 Cxrculo Espanol Club 3 4 5 6 7 8 Vue Presndent 5 Presrdent 6 7 Senuor Banquet Decoration Com mxttee R GUTHRIE THELMA ARLENE A appearance delicacy seperable from sweetness and gentleness of character Deb Club 3 4 5 6 7 S Senlor Ho Room Representauve 8 GWINN IEAN Fine manners are like personal beauty a credit ererywhere Home Room Cltlzenshrp Representatrve 8 Grrls Home Room Athletrc Manager 6 7 Travel ub 4 5 6 7 8 Student Leader lntra Mural 3 4 5 6 7 8 Senlor Questnonarre Commutee 8 HALE LOUISE MARCEII. All the beautiful sentiments n the world uexgh less than a lovely action GIrl Reserves 3 4 Chalrman of WorshIp 3 Chairman ol Blble Study Committee 4 Creston lowa Hrgh School Charrman of one Assemblv Program 4 Volley Ball 4 at Cres ton Sennor Home Room Representatxve S HAMILTON ICANN HELENE The hand that hath made thee air hath made thee good Frlms Committee 7 8 Home Room Presudent 7 8 Home Room VIce pICSldEhf 6 Home Room Scholarshxp Representatwe 3 French A nance Club 4 5 6 7 8 Vtce President 6 7 Secretary 8 Travel Club 5 6 7 8 Sec tary 6 Program Chanrman 7 Sub Deb Club 3 Hall Monitor 7 HAMMOND HELEN L What s good looking: but looking good ActIvItIes Commlttee 7 B Home Room Vxce Presxdent 7 Home Room Scholarshlp Repre sentatxve 8 Travel Club 5 6 French Club 4 5 6 HI Teen Club 8 A Cappella Chorus 6 7 B C us Gtr G C HANKINS, WILMA MAXINE 'HA conspicuous example of plain living and high thinking," Halls Commxttee 5, 6: Home Room Scholarship Representatlve 8: Home Room Cltlzenship Representatwe 5, 6, 75 Girl Reserve Club 7, 83 "Good Neighbors" 71 Senlor Plcntc-Games Committee 8. HARN Ex EI I7ABETH IEAN Is uell to think we Is divine to act we Student Council Secretary 8 Lbrary 6 7 8 Home Room President 8 Home Room Secre x ua ta ub 6 7 Treasurer rtsIdtnt 6 enc 7 Pl Prest en a les o the urv NatIvItv 7 llall Monxtnr 5 HASKINS VELMA GRACE A quiet lass there are but w Who know the treasures hid in vnu CII: cnshxp Revresentatwe 8 HBBFNBR PAUL ROLAND A loyal just and upright gentleman Ctrculo Espanol 5 6 HELER CATHERINE ANNE Thy modesty Is a candle to thy merit Fmance Committee B Fxlms Commlttee S Home Room Scholarshlp Representataxe 6 Cxrculo anol 3 4 6 Tra e Cu Llklleqro 8 Student Coach and Malte up Com mittee for Ladxes oi the Iury and Natrvrt Ie vmq 4 7 8 Senior Cl iommuttee R Office Assntant H HELVIG DONALD FREDRICK Worlh makes the man Home Room Treasurer 5 Home Room Scholar shnp Representatlve 4 SOCICKIS Romanas 4 5 6 7 8 Stage Hands and Movxng Prcture Operators Club 3 4 Camera Club 8 Band R Socral Orch ra 8 Ban lIbrarIan 5 6 Swrmminq 5 6 HENRY Doms ANN Small but so Is a stick o dunamxle llome Room Scholarship Committee Pl Girl Re rxes Club 7 8 Cv ls GI e Club 3 e cher owa ntra Mural bnrls Basketball Team 3 4 5 6 at Melch llnqh School Hall Monltor 7 HLRBNER ELEANOR MARIE Nlfllfe fflelflt to nllkl UUIYIQH as masterpiece lwaltta lub 3 4 6 7 Secretary 8 Sub b 7 R Munc Club 7 B Chorus 7 Sensor March l7 Party Commxttee 8 ln Omaha Hlgh School Auto Club 5 6 A Choir 6 CvIrls Glee Cl b 5 Voxce Class 5 6 Amora 6 Operetta 6 Reqlonal Contest 6 HERMAN DORIS FERN Lasrmg Iheerfulnexs A Cappella Chorus 7 B Chorus 3 Glrs Glee Club 4 l'llBBS EARLE L IR Emery addttton to hrs knowledge Is an addtlton to hu power Assembly Commnttee 8 Halls CommIttee Chaxr man S llead Momtor 7 8 TIcltet Commtttee 5 6 Home Room Presldent 8 Vlce Presldent 5 7 Treasurer 6 Ctrculo Espanol Club 3 4 7 P4 Baseball 8 Wrestlxng 6 Orac Reportmq 7 8 HICKS ILA LANIECE I would help others out o a el ow7 feelmq A Cappella Chorus 4 5 6 B Chorus 3 Gtrls ee Club 3 4 5 HILL IANE I uetgh the man not hrs tr e a Monttor 5 6 7 FI Office Asslstan Home Room Vue Preixdent S Home Room Scholar'zhIp Representatne 4 Home Room CItI enshup Representatne 7 Gtrls AthletIc Home Room Manager 5 Eleanor Holloway Club 5 I Treasurer 6 Sub Deb lub 7 8 HI Teen e avIn B Sen Banquet Commntee 8 HOLT EsTIIER MAE MusIr washes auay rom the soul lhe dust o meruday lIe Clrculo 1 anol Club 7 8 B Chorus C Chorus 4 5 Gtrls Glee Club 7 B Home Room Senlor Representauve 8 Hoon Br III FI Lets Th bc-aIIlI ul nolhtng else than the Irsrble form o the good Home Room Secretarv X Sub Deb 3 4 5 6 7 li reasurer 6 VIce Presldent 7 Presldent B Cnrls hlee Club 7 Pl Semor Commencement mmIttm 'A Hall Monttor 3 4 HOlltIll VIRCINIA NLLL And ne er dId Gri-clan chtsel trare. A nymph, a mard, or grace, o ner orm or lovltrr are." Hall Munttor 7, Eleanor llollowav Club 6. GIrl Rrsrrvrs 4, Travel Club 83 Style Revu-ws 4. 6: SI-mor Cap and Gown Commxttee 8: Oracle Reportlnq 7, 3, SolICitor 7, 8. HOWARIJ, BETTE IEAN "Onset, modest and use ul." .eanor llmllowav Cl b 7 8: Gxrl Reserxe: . , . 7 H, A Cappella Chorus anltato MInn. lltgh Sthool 5, 6, Semeslers , . . , an ato. Inn, . orth, B C urns 4 1 . . . . 7, H3 unxor Basketball Team Mankato, Mlnn. 5 6. HOVIARD CHARLES PRESTON IR WI! and wudom are born wIh a WISH udIcIal Board Commtttee 8 Ushers Commxtlee 3 4 5 6 Cttrzenshtp Representatwe 8 Halls Commxttee 6 7 Camera Club 8 B Chorus C Chorus 3 Football 3 5 7 Basketball 4 6 8 Golf 4 Track 6 B Senlor Class Sargent at Arms 5 Oracle Edntorxal Stall 7 8 Supplement EdItorIal Stall' 8 HUGHES WILLIAM W It Is good to Itve and learn TIcltet Commmee 5 6 Socletas Romanas 5 6 Cxrculo Espanol 8 Swnmrnlng 3 4 lntra Mural 4 5 Huss EDITH EDNA I.Ittle I ask my wants are ew IACKSON LAWRENCE wue man neuer loses anythmg has htmsel Football 5 Track 4 6 IACOBSEN NEVA MAXINE Of surpassmg beauty and In the bloom of youth Home Room Treasurer 6 Clll1QhShlp Repre sentattve 7 GIrls Home Room Athleuc an er fl Sub Deb Club 3 4 5 6 7 8 Hom Room Semor Representatwe 8 Hall Momlor 5 IAY ROBERT AINSWORTH May you lwe all the days o your Ie Oracle Reporunq 8 IENKIINS PAULINE VIRGINIA "Patience is a remedy for every sorrou." Cnrls' Reserve Club. East Hxgh School, Denver, Colorado: Study Hall Commlttee S. IENSEN. ROBERT DEWITI' "A youth he was o quter ways." Home Room VIce-Presxdent. Scholarship Representatwe, Cltizenshnp Representative, Bova' Home Room Athlehc Managerg Swim- ming 4, Baseball 4, 83 Wrestling 7. IOHNSON EIIZABETH IANE Shes quIet but shes not a prude Senxor Detnratmn Commlttee 3 Oracle R ortmq 7 8 Busmess Staff IOHNSONJ LACIE MAE A soft answer turneth away wrath Ivuatlta Club 4 5 6 7 8 Inter Club CouncIl Eleanor Holloway Club 5 French Alhance 5 Lubrary AssIstant IONES CATHERINE ARLENE I am a part of all that I have met I.IIe Savlng 6 IONES ELSIE IIIANITA Charms strllte the sxght and ment wms the soul Home Room Treasurer 8 ScbolarshIp Repre sentauve 5 CItIzensbIp Representatwe 7 Stu dent Leader ldancmg teacher! 7 SenIor QuestIonaIre CommIttee Chalrman 8 LIbrary 4 8 Oracle Stenographer 8 IOSEPH RuTH EILEEN Strong purposes our l'I'l1l1d! possess 7 8 Home Room CItI enshIp RepresentatIve 6 7 French Club 5 6 7 8 Inter Club Coun 7 8 Travel ub 5 6 7 8 Soc al C man 5 Sub Deb Club 8 KAKOS ANGELINE G I I do vow a rxendshtp III pre orm Ir to the last artucle Eleanor Holloway Club 6 Sub Deb Club 7 Curl Reserves 6 B Chorus 6 7 8 Cnrls Glee Club KALOENBERC ELAINE GLORIA The longer you know her the better you lIke her Costume Commnttee 7 8 Home Room VIce PresIdent 7 Home Room Secretary 5 Home Room Treasurer 8 Gnrls Home Room Athletlc anager 6 Sub Deb Club 3 4 5 Treasurer 7 Inter Club Councll 8 SenI0r Ban quet Comnnttee 8 KEAN MARJORIE ADA Hr eqes are ull o heavens own hue Home Room Secretary 7 8 Travel Club 8 In ra Mural 7 8 Senlor PIcnIc O mmee KERR MARILYN C The uorth a woman cannot b demed Grounds CommIttee 7 8 PIlms Commxttee 8 ActIxItIes CommIttee 8 Home Room Scbolarshlp Rcpresentatlxe 4 5 7 8 Glrls Albee Manager 3 Sub Deb 3 4 5 6 7 8 Treasurer Student Leader 7 8 KIICORE ROLLA C A good man possesses a lrmgdom Oracle Edntonal Stall' 7 EdItorIal Staff of Sup plement 7 Semor Banquet Commlttee 8 Senlor Art Commlttee 8 KILLEBREW KATHLEEN LOUIS The glass of fashIon and the mold o orm Costume Commutee 4 5 6 7 8 Home Room Secretary 8 Home Room Scholarshxp Repre sentatxve 7 HI Teen 5 6 7 Travel Club 6 7 8 Inter Club CouncIl 8 A Cappella Chorus 8 C Chorus 7 GIrls Glee Club 7 8 Senmr An nouncement CommIttee KING IOHN ROBERT For they can conquer who belIeve they can Football 4 7 Wrestlxng 5 Intra Mural 5 6 Senuor PIcnIc Commlttee KISKY VIVIAN MARYBELLE Achons speak louder than words PresIdent 7 Home Room Treasurer 5 Home Room Scholarshnp Representatlve 6 Home Room CItIzensbIp 8 SenIor Announcement Com mItIeC KISSICK ROBERT L Theres a good tune cornmg boys Boys Home Room AthletIc Manager 3 4 HI 6 7 8 Footbal 3 5 7 Basketball 3 8 Capta 8 Base all 8 n Mural 3 4 Student Leader 5 6 7 Oracle Reporter 8 KN uDsEN RUBY MAXINE Her Itttle nameless unremembered acts ol kmdness and of love Scholarshxp CommIttee 8 H Teen 5 6 7 8 Treasurer 5 Secretary 6 Presldent 7 Travel Club 4 5 6 7 VIce PresIdent 6 Home Room Treasurer 7 8 Senlor Class AssIstant Treasurer KOTHENBFUTEI CHARIFS EDWIN DId I say so7 seball 4 6 8 Wrestlnng 3 5 , . I H of 2 P I , , 31 E f , , 6. . I ' ' In . L I I ' x ' Z- . I ...I H ,. f I , , I . .. 5' A 1 I V 1 I ' , I ' A ,Ah I 2 E' 1 , 1 , IL, ' . 44 . in 6 .4 . .U Grounds Commnttee 81 Cnizenship Comrmttee a 0 CItI:enship CommIttee 6, 7, 85 Home Room cll Z. : Cl! l. l, I, . I I hair: 3 ' I . 4'-I Uv ' I I K I .4 1 , . .rp , Q , Y 5, . , I I , . I ' ' , 4. , I I 1 ' ' 5, 6, 7. , In g b 4, 6, : l tra 3, 6. I 1 I ' ? J V I r 'A - ' ' I I- - . , . . M I -' ,,,e,7,s, , ' .I If , I I ' Q, H H, 4, H U . : 6. 7. : r 6, . : ' ' ' C m- B' ' ' 5 - I 7A LAMB, DAN RICIIARD "We must not stand upon triIles." Oracle Reporting 7, B, Business 8. LAMPMAN, LESLIE FLOYD IR. "A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." Grounds Committee Chairman 7, 8: Stage Com- mittee 1, 5, 6: Hall Monitor 1, 5, 6, 7, 8: Home Room Citizenship Representative 5: Aeronautics Club 5, 6, 7, 8: D'Escrime Club President 6: Stage and Movie Operator 1, 5, 6. Secretary: Camera Club 8: Band 3, 1, 5, 6, 7, 8: Social Orchestra 3: lntra Mural 3, 1: Drum Manor 5, 6, 7, 8, State Competition: Senior Picnic Committee 8. LANE EARL CUMMINGS Many lrttles make a much LANG BETTY JEAN Save that twinkle HI Teen 1 Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8 Oracle Typist 7 LAUN RICHARD IAMIZS This IS my lucky day Home Room P T A Representative 8 LAWSON VERN I An ounce o pluck Is worth a tn of luck G 5 6 7 8 Oracle Reporting 7 8 LAWYER GEORGE WILLIAM The opinion o the strongest Is always the best Previous School Attended Ativxtxes 3 1 5 7 and In North 8 Crescendo Club 5 Ochestra 6 7 Band 3 1 5 6 7 A Cappell C orus 8 Bcys Glee Club 3 1 5 6 7 Boys uartet 3 1 Mlxe Q ar e ootball 3 1 5 Track 6 LEWIS BETTE MARIE To be merry but becomes you out of all question you were born a merry hour Home Room Treasurer 6 Scholarship Repre sentatlve 1 5 7 Citizenship Representative 8 Sub Deb Club B Senior Questxonaire Com mittee 8 -8 si. 36. Ai'-1 ? 'u-if 'P' ka A shes Z 41 L v O LIDDY, MARIAN FRANCES "A quiet dignity and charm ol gentle- ness are hers." Halls Committee and Monitor 5, 6, 7. 8: Pub- lncntv 7, 8: Home Room President 8, Secretary 1, 5, 7. Scholarshlp Representative 6, Citizen- ship Representative 3: Sub-Deb Club 3, 1, 5. 6, 7, B, Travel Club 6, 7, 8, Treasurer B: L'Allegro Club 7: Girl Reserves 7. 8. Secretary 7, B: A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 7, 8: B Chorus 1: C Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club 3. 1: Small Vocal Group 6, 7, 8: "Reverie" 3: Student Leader 5, 7: Senior Commencement Committee Chairman 8: Oracle Reporting 7: Nurse's Office Assistant 7, S. LINDQUIST, LEONARD LEROY "By the work one knows the worltmanf' Home Room Treasurer 6, 7. LINDQUIST MILDRED NELINA Delxcacy rs to the aFection what grace Is to the beauty Hall Monitor 3 1 Secretarxal Club 3 LITCHFIELD PI-IYLLIS MARIE My but that girls Is a wonder Home Room Scholarship Representative 1 LUEDER WARREN EDWARDS Labor Is Its own reward Grounds Committee 7 Ushers Committee 5 6 7 8 Chairman 7 8 Home Room rest dnt 7 Scholarship Representative 6 Latin Club 3 1 5 6 7 8 lnter Club Council Chair man 8 Ladies of the 'Iury 7 Football 5 Basketball 1 Baseball 6 8 Senior Commence ment Committee Co Chaxrman 8 Oracle R porttng 7 8 Business 8 LUGAR BEULAII LOUISE Her veru smtle encrrcles the whole heart Girl Reserves Club 7 8 LYONS DENIs A As he thxnketh In his heart so IS he Hall Monitor 6 Home Room Vice President 8 MALONE HELEN IOYCE She Is Indeed per ectxon Lunch Room Hostess Committee 7 8 Home Room Scholarship Representative 7 Citizenship Representative 6 Girls Home Room Athletic Manager 1 5 Ht Teen Club 3 6 7 8 Life ating 1 5 6 7 8 Home Room Senior Representatwe B MARLoxx IAMES XVILLI-ANI Etcru man thall bear ht: lun burden Bovs Home Room Athletnc Manaqer H MAR9liAL1 MARILY AN M ARIF Wtrh countenance rlemurr and modewt grace Home Room Secretarv 7 qkl'10l3l'QhlD Represent atne 6 Cul enshtp Reprewentitxxe 9 Hall Mon r Secretarlal Club 9 Vncr Prem en u Deb Club 7 F H Te n Club 5 1 ser-.e Club 3 4 thee Awmtam 6 MARTIN XVILLIANI LFNNIS IR A man o pleasure 13 a man o pam: Puhhcuy Commxttee 7 Aeronauttce Cub F Bxoloqv Club lbllcltman Hxqh Columbxa Mol 1 Orace eportxnq 7 8 Bunn u R u plement Edntorxal Staff 8 MATHENY RAYMOND S Nollunq hinders me or daunts me Halls Commlttee 8 Home Room Vxce Prewldent 7 8 lwatka 4 7 Senlor March l7 Partv Com m tee 5 Oracle Fdxtorlal Staff 3 RGPOYUHQ MRTSON GLEN H IR Aluays at has bes! Service Committee 3 Home Room Prewxdent 8 Student Coach ol Wrestlnnq R Wreirlxng 3 4 5 6 7 8 Senior Commencement Commlttee R MAYNE FRANCES IEVNEL lr rs the beautu that begun: to pleate and tenderness tha! completes lhe Charm Assemblv Commtttee 33 Hall! Commlttee Rg Home Room Vice-Presldcnt 5 Secretarv 7. Scholarnhtp Representatnve 6. Sub-Deb Club 3 1 Muslc Club 7, 9 Preslden R. A Capps orus 5 6 7. 5 , orus 3 4 fur 1' 1 re ub 3. . "La tes o the urv" 7. Stu ent Coach ol Drama 7. Eg Make-up Commtttee 5 6. 7. 8. Chatrman 5. 6: Senior Clan Historian R. ML-CALL, HARRY ELMO "Never leave till tomorrow whlrh you can do today." MCCT1RTliY, PAUL EUGENE "Knowledge is more than equwalent to force." Grounds Committee 7, R3 Uxherw Commxttee 6 7, R. Cttnzemhnp Commnrtee 3. 4, Home Room Trrarurer 55 Srxenfe Club 3. 4. Frenfh Club 6, 7 8, lwakta Club R5 Football 3. Tennxs 7, Senxor Claw! Quulmnalre Commuter R5 Socnal Commltree hp H1-Y 3, 4, 5. 6, 1 9 '05 9 Mt Cox BPTTY F f h :fmt drtlt n I but mg-ng uns the so 'ut v 1 Kommlttce X Home Rnom Cntr erwhlp Rtprrirntatnr 6 7 Sub Deb Club no x on x Sf-Us al t N X :te Pr:-su e M C tm MAN VIRKII RAY hu llw 1r uuh that on as m stnll t lull: lem 1 4 r Stun en ftunnfn W4 Ht l b wears Qecretary N n wx- Poster u yr rt rum weve mt-ra vrars ff' lNlll'f'f Wcaf llnlfyf as! av f' 1 1 P aw Thr Pmptx Room en thr intra! tune am At l-dum of N hool Paper wars Stage Manager I ye 1 t xv rcs tn we Ar 'Nort Hdll' Cftmmlffvt' 7 Camera Club Secrrtarv R ratle7 RPPUHIUQ 3 Supplement Fdxtnrna -I Mt Gt-If IAMFS lsSAc v m nw queetnnx and lll e you nn on xx lon 6 Trat MtC,RrxrY HH!-N ANN Plrrnal umwhmr wltlrv on her hratl oundi fummxtttr lxutxes Comm: trr NIN'1fll alffnin alffnan om: mmm rrsxdent 7 are omr Room rut Managrr 1 uh Deb Club l'rrnt nb N Proqmm Chanrm Tru mb X Pr:-:ulrnt 6 Vue Prru trc an m 1- um Sc-nur Pzrtv Co Churman MQINTIRI Arms Louis: netrr lc Q alone' than u hrn mysel u Deb Clth ra rw Student Leader 6 'MASTFQR, Gtiom rf. l:RlilJliRlt R H antlmmr , I .fl hamlwmr 1 or rrxnautltw Cl b 3 7 s n 7 MtiMut'EN, FRED VVu.t.1AM "7'm..b1f 15 for llmtr' that lr! lt uwtrru thrrnf' Mt NEAT, BARBARA IRAN lr! me lu' luvml and lr! lhoxr who uull, lu- grew!" Gmunde Comrmttr-r 5 4. lfunantr Commuter 6: Aurmblv fftvmmlttrr 7 K, llullw Mtvnxttwr 4. Home Room Vtrr-President 7, 3. Srholarslnp Rrprrsrntanvr 5, Sourtas Romnnns Club 3, 4. 9 6: Sur-mr Club l 1 Srcrrtary 3: Senior Clnfs Dnv lfommlltvt- K Olllte Assxstant 7. MCPHEIH, BETTY JEAN I nm rzthes In a lrtlle ron If -. I Ie H A Cavvv uru 4 Chorus 3 Home Room emor Rrnrenntatne H irarlc Reportmg 7 H Supplemnnt Assxstant 8 MQlDllFRSON BARTus FRANcIs Short 0 stature but gemous hIgh aus Rwmana Club lEastI 3 4 5 Fxsh an me lluh a-utr 4 XVrutlIng 4 Urn In as MCVIEY MARTIiA ANNE A mend may u.elI be reckoned the maslerprete o nature Home Room Secretarv 4 5 French Club 4 5 6 Traxel Cluh 5 6 HITeen Club 8 Home Room Semor Representatne X Nurses Office ustant 5 6 MEDD RLITH EII EEN The reuard o a thmg well done to hare done I! I Allearo Cluh 4 Curls Glec Club A Cappella Chorus B Chorus lmportance of Benng Earn es S Make up C nmmIt!ee 3 lVlhHAFF!N IAY HOWARD An athlmte tall was h lvuatlxa Club 3 4 Traxel Club 6 A Cappella 4 6 8 Semor Party Commlttee 8 MEIONI ROBERT EDWARD P h on keep moung Football 5 Track 4 6 8 Home Room Senlor Representatne R MIKSEI I IOHN Somthou Ire lost the pcuer o c n unfratlon Bnvs llome Room Athleuc Manager 8 HIY aw. u 5 6 7 Boys Glen u olf 6 7 8 Oracle Reportm Busmess 8 MIIIIR KI-NNETH PAIII Thr style Is the man hrmsel lIlm1 Commuter Pl llomc Room Presldent Pl Hr lruulrnt 6 ll h lrrwsurer 8 asc 4 rr-s In S nInr lIne March Commxttee N MILLER, LOUISE She speaks behaves and act: just as she ought ostume Commxttee 3 4 5 6 7 8 Trav Club 4 HI 'l een Club 5 Assnsted In Sc ool Plaws 1CostumesI MIINEAR CHRISTINA LUELLA Nor know we anythmg so mr as the smzle upon your ace Halls CommIttee 7 Slvle Show 4 M Club 5 McKInlev l'lIgh ChIcago Orchestra 3 4 B Chorus 3 4 MINFR RICHARD MARTIN The pnce of wnsdom Is above rubres SenIor Cap and Gown Commnttee 8 MOORE HALCYON ROSALIE A smIIe lzghrens someones burden LAllegro Club 3 GIrls Glee Club B Chorus MOORPl1EAD ROBERT MARSHALL A square upnght man Fllms Commxttee 8 Halls Commntze 8 Home Room PresIdent B Scholarshlp Representatlve 5 4 DEscrIme Club 5 CIfCUlD Espanol Club 6 7 Tenms 7 Swummxng 5 6 Wrestlxng 7 MOR LOCK IEROME FRANKLIN Snr I uould rather be ugh! tan Prcndenr Grounds Commxttee B Ushers Committee 5 6 7 Athleuc Commxttee 7 Home Room Presxclent 8 CItIzenshIp Representatne 6 D Escnme Club 4 5 6 Baseball 3 Sensor Cap and Gown Commxttee Chaurman 8 Oracle Edltcrral Slad' 7 Supplement Stal? 7 MORRIS MARGERY ELOISE Small o stature but great o mmd Halls Commnttee 7 Home Room Vlce Presldent 8 Secretarlal Club and Socxal Chaxrman 7 8 Shakespearean LIterarv Club and School Paper Staff at Independence Mrssourx A Cappella Chorus 6 7 B Chorus 5 MORROXN DEAN FRANKLIN Takes lzfe as a sermons proposrtlon Tncket Commxttce 7 Boys Home Room Athletlc Manager 8 Golf B Baseball 4 6 .. nh. V V mp. ,. , I , Cv l. fl' Cluh l. 4 5. 6, 7 . . lla ' Che s 5 h 7, B I ' , C Q , ,,,, 1 el 5 , 4 3 . . 4 - I , ' : h .. I I . -,. '- I H I - Sol . r . . d ' H H Cva l IE . I . Eastr T ' I ' Y - 4 5, 'I' hl g 1E ll I 4, I - A 1 .. I V H f . . . As, , 7. Pl, 1 C h H ' f H 'S . ' .t' - lf . ' Chorus 1.4 7. 8: Football' 3. 55 Track Cxtxzelnshxp Representatnve 6, 73 lwakta Club U '. .'. I h " us ,- ' - I ' . . 'ki 1 ' f 0- " I I ' s.61'TfHeI Clh 4 ,,,, 9 ' CI-b I A ' l 43 G 3, 4, 5. , , 3 Q 7. 4 ' 5 . .aH. A - N 5' I v I Q V ku I ,. , .. v lil- I IY7. IB- , V - r-an , 6, R, W .TI q 7. H: If - of 2 1 , . MORROW HAROLD ALEXANDER Sel trust is thc rst secret of success Basketball 4 6 Senior Banquet Committee 8 MOYER HARRY HECTOR Confdence the companion success Oracle Business Staff 7 MUELLER WAUNNETTA Many call but ew are chosen Sub Deb Club 3 4 Girl Reserves Club 6 Eleanor Holloway Club 5 Home Room Senior Representative 8 Oracle Reporting 7 8 Solicitor 7 Office Assistant 7 MULCAHY ELIZABETH IEAN A merry heart maketh a cheer ul countenance B Chorus 8 C Chorus 7 Girls Glee Club 7 8 MYKLEBUST KENNETH NORMAN Almost everything that is great was done by youth NAuMAN IVAN WILLARD Everything comes I a man will only wait Science Club 4 5 6 Orchestra 7 Band 3 4 5 6 7 8 Social Orchestra 5 6 7 NELSON THELMA B A great mmd is a good sailor a great heart is Service Committee 4 5 6 7 8 Home Room Secretary 4 5 6 7 Sub Deb Club 4 5 6 7 8 Senior Commencement Committee 8 NEWEERN ROBERT OREN "His abilities are many." Grounds Committee 3g Social Committee 7, 8g Halls Committee 4, 5: Home Room Vice Presi: dent 7, Scholarship Representative 6. Boys Home Room Athletic Manager 4, 5: Swi- ming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. T NEwsOM MARGARET ALICE Nothing can bring you peace but uoursel NOFTSGER IEAN LOUISE Open your heart and hear my song Home Room Vice President 8 Secretary 7 LAlleqro Club 7 8 lnter Club Council B ench Club 4 5 8 lwaltta Clu Sub Deb Club 3 A Cappella Chorus 3 4 5 G Glee Cu 4 Sm Group Music 7 8 Pride and Preludlce 6 La es o he ury 7 The Turtle Dove 8 Senior Class Day Co Chairman 8 NOWELS Ruav GRACE Nothing great was ei er achieved with out enthusiasm Home Room Vice President 6 Girl Reserves Club 3 4 Home Room Senior Representative B OLSON DOROTHY ELLEN With a smile on her lips and a tear in her eye Home Room Citizenship Representative 6 Cos tume Committee 5 6 Style Review 4 Cooper ative Merchandising 7 8 OLSON SUMMER IAMES The door to success is labled push Art Committee 3 4 Basketball 4 Oracle Editorial Staff 8 Reporting 7 Business 7 Sup plement Editorial Stall' 8 Photograph Committee Chairman 8 OVERTON PAuLxNE LUCILLE Her ways are ways of pleasentness and all her paths are peace Home Roome Vtce President 7 Secretary 5 6 Citizenship Representative 4 Sub Deb Club 3 4 5 6 7 8 Lhllegro Club SQCIZIIZ 7 8 S n nor March I7 Party Committee 8 tice Assist ant 7 8 Hall Monitor 8 PARKER C WlLuAM You just ought to see him play ball Home Room Vice President 4 Football 3 5 7 Baseball 4 6 8 Senior Class Vice President PARKIS CHARLES ALFRED IR. "The wise tallt but little." PARKIS OPAL ARLEEN A wee Iltrle lass wIth a bIg heart Home Room Presxdrnt 7 8 CItIzenshIp Repre ntatIve 5 6 uh Deb Club 4 5 Secretary 7 8 Hall Monltor 7 8 PACE EARL DARWIN I swear lm touched by CupIds dar! Baseball 4 6 PARSEL5 ODETTE MARCELLE My mmd to me an empzre Gxrls Glee Club 3 4 Ottumwa Hxgh G A A 3 4 5 Ottumwa HIgh SenIor Class Day Com mIttee 8 Oracle Edntorxal Staf 7 8 Reportmg PATRICK WALTER LEROY Men are not measured by mches Halls Commtttee 7 8 Home Room Vnce PresI dent 7 Camera Club 8 Tenms 7 8 Home 8 SolIc tor 7 PEARL CELIA A Cmderella emerges Costume Commlttee 4 5 6 Study Hall Com mIttee 8 Hall Monltor 6 Style RevIew 3 Swnmmmg 3 Student Leader 4 Senior Question :Ire Commnttee 8 PEDERSEN MYRON EDWARD QuIet and retxrmg but a man o true worth Home Room VIce PI'esIdent 8 Scholarslnp Representahve 6 CItIzenshIp Representatwe 4 5 Boys Home Room AthletIc Manager 3 7 TennIs 6 7 Wrestllng 3 4 5 6 7 8 Captaxn 7 8 SenIor PIcnIc Commlttee B PERRY VIRGINIA ANN She could leach us all to behave Iwaltta Club 3 4 PENDER RALPH LEROY No man I: born Ivlthout ambmous worldly desIres PETERS FORD SELENE LIIe I1 but a day at most PETERSON IRMA IEANNE Such log ambItIon nd: Glrls Home Room Athleuc Manager 5 6 7 8 Eleanor Holloway Club 6 7 8 Glrla Reserve Wlmmlhg 3 4 5 6 7 8 lntra Mu l PETERSON IEANNE EDITH Matdens hearts are always sot Home Room Recorder A Cap ella Cborua 8 Chorus 7 Swnnmmg 7 8 tudent Leader Lunch Room Assustant 8 At Benyamm Franklm HIgh Cedar RapIds Iowa Home Room Repre sentatwe to GIrls Councnl 6 Treble Clef Smgera Club 6 Program Churman 6 PI1LANz DOROTHY ANNE In her tongue ll a law of lnndneas Home Room Secretary 7 8 Cmzenshnp Re re sentatnve 6 Gnrls Home Room Athletlc ager 4 lwakta Club 3 4 5 6 7 Vnce Pres: Monxtor 3 Senlor Quesuonalre Commntee Co ChaIrman 8 Oracle Typxst 7 PIGNERI RACHEL MARIE A merry heart doeth good lxlre medIcIne Gnrls Home Room Athleuc Mana er 3 Home Economncs Assembly 4 Home oom Semor Representatxve 8 PILKINGTON MARIJANE I an not the rose but I have Iwed near the rose Hall Monutor 7 B Chorus 3 Gtrls Glee Club Llfe Savm 4 5 Sub Deb Club 4 Home Room emor RepresentatIve POLSKY HORTBNSE She II not llttle though she as small In sue Home Room Treasurer 8 GIrls Home Room AthletIc Mana er 3 Eleanor Holloway Club 3 4 5 6 7 ravel Club 7 Secretanal Club 8 PbvsIcal EducatIon Assembl 3 Home Room Semor Repreaentatwe 8 Hall, Monxtor 5 Study Hall Momtor 8 PowERs VERNON LEROY Farewell and stand fast se ' , g S - V V , , 6, 7, 83 l ' .. . . . F ' ' S ' ' ..,.. V gl l ra 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8. ' .. , . f .. . . H... Z 2 B 7.8. 1 V ' A' ' ' ' I ' Q1 ' Room Senior Representatilre B: Oracle Reporting dfm Sub'D'lf Club '714l'li-lffin Club 65 H511 7, , ' i . 8, 4 7 , ' .,' 't I 42' 'g::.6.7.af.- L: PRAY DONAI In CHARLES I' frIIIr r IrIIeI Im or I YII ulcer pleasure Usherw Commun o Homm Room Trcuurrr 5 iframe Cl lv 4 Sour-tai Roman N Club 7 I-au-l Clulw H I rn N ura 6 SI-mor c ca aureare C umm fl I 'A Oracle Fdnorlal Ia il Reportmq I PRESCOTT Emx ARD HOWARD DI IIul!Ics are thmgs uhuch .show uha! men are really made O Studcnt Louncul Member 7 S Home Room Premdent 7 5 Trrawurer 6 PRICE IUSTINF LARUE ls than' mclhod In hIr mnlnci N Commmcc 'A lxmakn C b lnu-r ub Cxounul Rcprc-cnrauxc l 4 l lI mv l o Io nav Club 5 6 PIIhlILIrs Chmrmxn II Q ser'-e Club 1 4 Smnl Ch1Irm1n LIIQ o c' urn Klarnl a Muml R btudcnr urr Stnlor Punu C'ommItrcc C7oCh'IIrman racle f'dItorI1l Staff Rrnortmq olcllor 7 Supplcmcn! Illrornal Stall PRIOR LLOYD HARRY h happy years Ir m rr uho Iuull no bn a u Bovs Home Room Athletxc Manaqer 7 5 Foot lv 3 Baikerlwall 7 Golf 1 bvnxmmmq 3 lnlra Mural 5 Home Room bcmor Reprcwnr awe S QuIcIC HELEN ELIZABETH So ilu speak and surerlu smIlI Ar! Commute: 7 Home Room 5rholar:hIp Represenranve 7 QUINCY LXUNA ln Frmndshrp I ua: carlq taught I beheve Gxrls Home Room Athletxc Manager Talent Club A Cappella Chours B Choru! GIrli Glee Club Home Room Senlor Reprcwenl ahve 8 RANDLENIAN RICHARD WAYNE cunt! h sure galnl thrn hurrven back lor more French Club R Semor Announcement Com mme: 8 RASLER LORRAIWE FLORINE let mrldness erer atrend thu longuf LIfe Savmq Master Swnmmmg ...Y M6 -If L.. 31 RAss-CIIINKIN QIIIRIH ANNI- Irr In III ,Iluaus gau nw IIIII SI-mor nmrmns C I-mmIm-v RAwI Iv 5 CII IANNA MAXINL III 'Ion A III: II ha! l Ihmlr an hr I nu Cyrsmnrls Commmre h Puhlnulv Commnttve 7 lll'H'lrlll Unlfor N Proqrwm Clfnrrma 'K fraxel C'lu 'A Spun ureau 1 Ir-QI II- un mu Sennor PIIIIII C'ommIm-c C'h1Ir man 'C RIEBIISCIIATIS Roar RT I mon 1hI man IIII ruorr I ra 1 U ll rfnnli Y Q Run BETTY Lou 111' Is Y nxhrru In hrr 'Ir r III I ommrrirr Serra' Ir I nah I 6 7 K Pmqram hurwmn lraul Cl l'1 F Pl1v RI nlmq Commxlts-P ChaIr m n 'W mrs nr Thr am rrul arlxnq axln 'Q Senm au SIrmon Commltlrr Home R V reulrnr Cnrls Home Room Arh our wnmrr 6 C r R :II-I'r 6 Mlxed GroI From Filhenlllc lovna Mlxed Cqhwrus CK IXPC llfllf lf 1 I fe IN C I l S xnru 3 4 Wooden Spoon Ilw nr R Ath I- In Auoma Ion lrrvurrr 4 Om' A I Plav 1 Qludcnl Council QI-rrcrarx and Trrwwurrr 4 Cheer l Id r RIIIIJER PIIEIN MARIE Ist 4 un km I nom In In C h1I ma XII Y C a Munn or RII IIARDSON ARI IANE A vunhIfIm look humm orm uhen Thr' uax nrn ren C uh Sr rr C' ln rr ClIl" C'ounIIl Rrprevnrarnr RIIIGWAY ANNA MAF Bwrn II IIII Ihr' yr I I lnlghfrr omr nom Vur Prvsnlrnt R nr 1 l omr Imm rhlIrI M Inuqrr -nr rI IIr1 K Scvnor Hinqunf C-'0mmIltrr mn I- I III r om ur RIFE l'llCl'NF B 5 no! MII lrulh Ihr' IIIIHI7 ronunme C Orulr RI-portln RILEY, HELEN NORINE 'AAnother flood of wordsl a very torranlf' Home Room Secretary 1, 5, 6. 77 Socletas Romanas Club 1, 1, 5. 6, 7. 8g Hall Monitor 5, 6, 81 Orrhestra lg Senior Commencement Commtttee 85 Oracle Typist 8. ROBBINS BETTE IEAN ltlndness Is uusdom Films Committee 7 Home Room Prestden Secretary 5 X Senior Art Committee 8 ROBERTS CAROL RUTH e plea cv etcruone bt tan no please hersel Costume C mmuttee 3 1 5 6 7 2 Chairma 7 ll Eleanor Holloway Club 3 1 5 Senior Cap and Cmxn Committee 8 ROBERTS GEORGE HAROLD 4 good laugh Is sunshme In 4 house ROBINSON NADINE RAMONA ruc I her uo her word er fiends Sofial CommIttee 1 8 Camera Club 8 lnt r Clul' Council Representative French Club 3 1 6 7 8 AlumnI Committee Irs Reserve 7 S Athletic Assembly Sentor Banquet Committee h Oracle Reporting 7 8 Suppl mtnt Editorial Staff 8 ROCK WAI LACE WILLARD lllmgle your fares with pleasure now and then Assembly Committee 8 Stage Committee 8 Home Room PrcsIdent 5 B VIce President 6 7 CIrculo Espanol 5 6 7 8 President 8 Tennis 1 Baseball 6 X lntra Mural 1 Senior Line of March Committee Chairman S Oracle Edxtorial Sta H Reporting 7 8 ROOERs BARBARA GENE A kindly quxet spirit where malIce nds no home Films Committee 8 Home Room CItIenshI Representative 5 Eleanor Holloway Club 3 1 5 6 7 8 B Chorus 1 C Chorus 3 Girls e Club 3 1 Student Leader 3 1 5 Home Room Senior Rr-prcsentatne 8 Lunch Room Assistant ROtLRs BETTY ANN Ithour I am Iau hte: rhuc L ROTHMAN, BERTHA " 'Tis good-will that makes intelligence." Home Room Scholarship Representative 6, 7: Sub-Deb Club 35 French Club 1, 5, 6, 7: French Alliance Board and Inter-Club Council Repre- sentative 6, 71 lwaltta Club 7: lntra Mural 3. 1: Student Leader 1. 5, 7. ROWAN IOSERIEI IAMES Boys uIll be boys Ushers Committee 7 8 Ticket Committee 7 8 Boys Home Room Athletic Manager 8 Home Room Senior Representative 8 At Centerville Hiqh and Davenport HIqh Debate Team Ex tempore Speakmq Oatorv 3 1 5 6 SCHLOTMAN EMERALD Thou hast the charm of a May queen SCIIMELTZER HOWARD, hurk II ll knowledge SCHMITI' HELENA The mtldest manners and the gentlest heart Hall Monitor 5 7 8 B Chorus 7 Girls Glee u 5 6 SCHNEIDER CHARLOTTE ELSIE A loving heart Is the truest wisdom Sub Deb Club 5 6 SCOONOVER KATHLEEN VIRGINIA TIs the beautr ul nerewsml er nature to lote something Travel Club 6 SEVERINO MARY ANN As good be out o the world as out o fashion Halls CnmmIttce 1 6 Home Room Secretary CItI enshIp Representative 6 Lkllegro Club 8 CIrculo Fspanol Club 5 6 7 8 Girls Reserve Club 8 Talent Club 1 B Chorus 7 Girls Glee u 3 1 7 8 Pnde and Preludice Property Committee 6 7 Senior Class Day Committee 8 SHAFFER LYLE B Faster than hrs tongue dId malte o ense hIs eye dId heal It up Ushers Commtttee 7 8 FIlms Commtttee 7 Stage Commtttee 3 4 5 Hall Monttor 5 Home Room PI-esIdent 7 8 Stage and MotIon PICKUIC Club 3 4 Sennor Class Sargeant at Arms 8 SHEEHAN MARGARET PATRICIA When lrIsh eyes are srntltn ActIvItIes Commlttee 5 Home Room PresIdent 5 Vtce President 4 7 8 Secretary 3 Ctrculo Espanol Club 4 5 6 7 8 Secretary 6 Vlce President 7 Travel Club 5 6 Sub Deb Club 3 B C orus 8 l.adIes of the lury 7 The Pam pered Darlmg 5 Semor Class Secretary 8 SHEI.ToN DoRIs ELAINE Oh' that we had more lIke thee CIIIZCIISIIIP Commlttee 8 PublIcIty Commxttee 7 8 Home Room Secretary 8 Travel Club 4 5 6 7 8 Treasurer 6 Secretary 8 Vtce Prestdent 7 Sub Deb Club 4 5 6 7 8 Student Leader 5 6 7 Sennor March I7 Party Commmee 8 SHELTON EDWARD LEROY HI: mInd hts ktngdom hIs wxll Is IW SHEPARD MAUREEN KATHERINE A gay smIle she always does wear Finance Commxttee 7 8 FIlms Commlttee 8 Home Room Secretary 8 CIII enshtp Represent atlve 7 Travel Club 6 Secretanal Club 7 LAllegro Club 7 8 Gnrls Reserve Club 5 6 7 8 bervlce Chalrman A Cappella Chorus 6 Glrls Glee Club 5 Semor QuestIonaIre Com mlttee 8 Nurse s Ofhce AssIstant 7 B SHORT WILMER DALE l do thmk thee to be a pretty wIse ellow Home Room Clflltnilllp Representanvq SHouP IOHN WILLIAM A truly pracncal ellow Halls Commmee 7 8 HI Y Cl 8 age 3 SHREVES BARBARA GENEVA She Is Indeed perfectxon Home Room Secretary 8 lwaltta Club 3 4 5 Secretary 6 Aeronautxcs Club 5 6 Secretary and Treasurer 6 Orchestra 3 4 B Chorus 4 Glrls Glee Club 3 Semor Decorauon Commlttee 8 Hall Monntor 6 8 SLACK BARBARA Io Men are clau In woman s hands Hall Momtor 4 5 6 Aeronautlcs Club 3 4 rs Cvlee Club 7 8 lntra Mural 5 6 vmg 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ofllce Assxsta Oracle Stenographer 4 5 6 7 8 SMALLEY WILLIAM RUSSELL IR I It be man s work lll do It HYClub78 SMITH BERNICE EMALINE She Is a yollu good gIrI We ltlte her Orchestra 3 4 5 6 7 8 A Cappella Chorul 6 Glrls Glee Club 3 SMITH CAMILLE Rosa The blush Is beautIful but It ll some ttmes mconI.enIent Lunch Room Hostess 5 6 7 8 French Club SMITH ELEANOR LORRAINE And sttll the wonder grows That one small head can carry all she know: SCIVICQ Commlttee 6 7 8 Hall Momtor 7 8 HI Teen Club 6 7 Travel Club 6 7 8 Band MusIc Contes u Wendershem 8 Student Coach 8 Sen or Questxonalre CommIttee 8 Oracle Ednorlal Stal' E 8 Reportmg 7 8 Supplement Edltorlal tall' 8 SMITH ELWOOD PARKER He ll lust the quret kmd whose nature seldom vane: Stage and Movlng Pxcture Operator Club 3 Aeronautxcs Club 3 4 5 6 7 Prestdent 7 DEscrIme Club 4 5 6 VIce Presnden 6 Camera Club Treasurer 8 Orchestra 7 Band 3 4 5 6 7 8 Social Orchestra 6 Drum Major 5 6 7 B Band Student Dlrector 7 8 Senior Class Sermon Committee 8 Track 4 6 8 SMITH, IUANITA E She puts her worrles down In the 0 rom ol her heart :Its on the IId and smIles Grounds Commlttee 8 Hall Monster 4 5 Study Hall Committee 7 I HI Teen Club 4 Secretarlal Club 7 8 Secretary 8 SMITH LOREN A I am not only wItty In mysel but the cause that wII IS In other men Boys Home Room Athletnc Manager 7 Hall Munltor 7 SMITH MARIALICE I hate more care to stay than will to go Camera Club 3 Tumbling 4 SNELL ROLLAND ARTHUR I hurry not neither do I worry Halls Committee 7 8 Home Room President 8 Boys Home Room Athletic Manager 5 6 7 Travel Club 8 Aeronautics Club 8 Senior Picnic Committee 8 SNORE DORIS ELOISE Nothing is so contagious as enthusi asm Fleanor Holloway Club 4 5 6 Sub Deb Club 6 7 Girl Reserves Club 3 4 lntra Mural 3 e avinq 3 6 7 8 Home Ro Senior Representative 8 SNYDER IRIS ATHALIE Honor Is the reward o virtue Costume Committee 7 8 Home Room Secretary 7 Girls Home Room Athletic Manager 6 French ub 6 7 8 lntra Mural 4 7 8 Lile Savi Fourth Semester ol lntra Mural Credited In Lanqlev High School Pittsburg Penn SPARKS MARY ELLEN I pin my auth to no man s sleeve have I not two eyes o my own? Chairman Athletic Committee 8 Hall Monitor 8 Home Room President ll Girls Home Room Athletic Manager 4 5 6 7 Eleanor Hollowav Cu 6 7 Tennis 6 8 Student Leader 3 4 5 7 8 Sen Class Board Member 8 Oracle Reporting 7 8 Editorial Staff 8 SPENCER IEANNE AILEEN A thing of beauty s n joy oreier Student Council Treasurer 8 Grounds Committee 7 8 Finance Committee 7 8 Chairman 7 Home Room Secretary 6 Travel Club 4 5 6 7 8 Secretary 6 Social Chairman 6 French Club 6 ativity La Ies o te ury Make Up Committee 7 STANLEY BURL WILLIAM "What think you sir: o killing time?" SLTANZEL CAROLYN MlI.DRED HA lorinp heart is the beginning o knowledge." Athletic Committee 7, 85 Home Room President , 5 Vice-Pr .Iden 6, Girls' Home Room Athletic Manager 51 Eleanor Holloway Club , , 5, 6, 7, President 6. Vice-Preside g irs' R serve 3, 4, 5: ennis 6. , 8: ln ural 3, 4, 3 nt eader 4, S. , . 2 Senior Picnic Committee 8: Hall Monitor. -my I STARK WILMA IUNE When lessons and taslu are all done Shes always ready for a but o Home Room Scholarship Representative 8 Orchestra 3 4 5 6 7 Oracle Edxtorlal Stai 7 8 Reporting 7 Business 7 8 Supplement Editorial Staff 8 STEELSMITH SHIRLEY IRENE Reproof o er lip but a smile her eye Art Committee 4 5 7 8 Monitor 7 Club 3 4 5 Spanish Club 7 8 Senior Decoration Commmee Chairman 8 STEVENSON BONNIE IEANNE Hitch your wlgon to a star B Chorus C Chorus Make Up Committee lor Ladies of the lury 7 Home Room Senior Representative 5 STEWART MAR JORIE ELEANOR My heart Is true as steel Home Room President 3 Girls Glee Club 5 6 Drums 8 The Turtle Dove 8 Make Up Committee lor Class Day 7 Helped In Adver using 8 Hall Monitor 8 Home Room Senior Representative 8 STEWART VESTA K There Is weight behind her words Films Committee 8 Home Room President 8 Treasurer 7 CItI enship Representatwe 5 Travel Club 4 Sub Deb Club 4 Secretarial Club 7 8 President 8 lntra Mural 3 4 Student Leader 4 Nurse s Office Assistant 5 6 7 8 STRAWN FLORXS AvoNELLE Many days shall see her and no day uithout a deed to crown It Activities Committee 6 7 8 Assistant Chairman 7 Home Room President 7 8 Vice President 5 Treasurer 6 Scholarship Representative 4 P T A Representative 5 French Club 3 4 5 6 7 8 Social Chairman 7 Secretary 8 Senior Class Dav Committee 8 Ofhce Assistant 6 7 8 SuTToN. LELA MAE "This is the flower that smiles everyone." Hall Monitor 7, 8: Sub-Deb Club 8: C Chonxs: Girls' Glee Club: Senior Picnic Committee 8. TAYLOR. HERBERT A. "I like a person who knows his own mind and sttclrs to it." Bovs' Home Room Athletic Mana er: Travel Club 4. 5. 6. 7. Vice-President 6. resident 7: French Club 5, 6. 7: A Cappella Chorus 3, 4. 3, 6, 7, 8: Bovs' Glee Club 8: "Ladies of the lury" 7: "The Turtle Dove" 8: Senior Line ol March Committee Co-Chairman 8. 'FHOMPSON BoNv1b D ARI FNE U1 1 1 1 1111 me R1r1111 1111111111 111 Q Hnnu nom A hl 1 11 q1 5 F11-111111 1 mx 11. 41115 Pmqrlm iommx 1 1r1l1r11l L 1 rum 11 1 N 11 V Stu en eadu' I1 k1111t11n'1 Cnmmnree Ofaxlq Txpnst Tnraorw RUTH EULABET11 1r1' 1 nothrnp hal cl 16 .41 11111 x young dream buh DDF h Umow KExDAL D1111 111 Lara I 1 1r 11 1 nm 1111 doubf n c1r1,r 1.11111 mnrru 1 A11 0 Ou! Scholanhup Comm11111- 7 A T1 L11 L11mm1111-1 6 Init 1 5 A rr1nau111s 11 K H1111-1' Room Semor Rcprewntarne 21 VAN MAREN. 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N, BELL GORDON KEITII Seldom seen Iurhout the ompanIonshIp BROTCHI CELESTINE MARGARET lVe that lwe to please must please to luve CALLISON VIRGINIA LEE Mmd cannot ollow It nor words e press her In mte sweetness Clrculo Espanol Club 4 S 6 7 8 CAMPBELL RICHARD KEITH A true rIend Ix orever a rrend Halls Commlttee 5 Socxetas Romanas Club CLEMEN1' WILLIAM A IR An honest ace Is the best passport I-LUKE LOREN O To know how to hrde ones ubrluty great skrll Home Room Treasurer FRANCISCO MAURICE Dont you trouble trouble tIll trouble troubles you FUNK FLOYD QuIet and llkeable X- ? if Gromr EVELYN DORA The srght you I3 good or sore eues Assembly Commuter ll Home Room Presldent rave u 8 Sub Deb 6 Semor Class Day Commmce 8 Oratle Fdnorxal Staff ll Supplement Solultor ll Glrls Reserve Club 7 Study Hall MonItor 3 GILMORE HI- sTLR Louc ILLE The hand that ollows Inrelerl can achxeue Senmr Class Day Commntee B Gowfv ETHEL IEANETTE My Lone Is low und soft and sweet GIrls llome Room AthletIc Manager 4 5 lntrl ural 3 4 5 6 7 8 Student Lea e 9 ung 5 7 R Semor Apnl 21 Par Commxttee R D1ncIng and Came! Chalrman R GRIFFIN DELORhS PINDELL A good dIsposItIon I a pre er to gold Costume Commmee 4 Home Room Assustant Secrenry and freasurer 7 8 SwImmIng 3 4 5 6 Gym Secretary Home Room Semor Repre senrauve 8 HARTER DOROTHY Le! us enjoy pleasure whIle ue ran Halls Commlttee 4 Fleanor Holloway 3 4 HIGDON HARRY STANTON I loue rhe ladzes all Txcket Commlttee 4 5 6 7 Home Room VIve PresIdent 7 Presxdent 6 Football 4 5 LIle Savxng 4 HINDAL PAUL ELLIS He I5 so grate no doubt he Is wtse Boys Glee Club 5 6 HORTON THOMAS RHEA I str ve o no one or none was worth my strIe Home Room VIce Presldent Band Soma rc es ra A Cappella Chorus 7 B Chorus 5 6 oys Glee Club 8 Mun: LIhrarIan 5 6 MUSIC Propertles 5 6 HIIBIIARIJ MII BA ELIIABETII thxng moods and hanpcs s u omsn em er horns 7 Ir C II IONIS ANNA WRIGHT Qumt demure and shy Traxel Club X 9 LAllegro Club 9 Eleanor Ho ovnav 9 C Irls Reserxe Club 7 S A ap r a Chorus 9 B horns 7 Irs he ub 7 KISKY DOROTHY e uas Iusl r quot kind II ose ,. Iutues neier Iaru berretarlal Club 5 6 1' KNAPR ROBERT H A qoxmp loclllmar haw come ot o lh ues! chestra 3 1 5 7 Sw na 3 1 LARSEN VIVIAN GLADY5 Signs 0 nobleness like stars shine on all deservers. Home Room Semor Representative 8. MAULSBY EARNEST EARL "He lifts with all the maidens air." if:- eronauucs Club 3. 1, 5, . . R: Ceer ' Leader 7, B. f Mll.l.ER. MARY ELLA HA nice little maid with golden hair with laughing eyes and face so fair." Scholarship CommIttee 1. 5. 6: Study Hall Com- mittee Chairman S: D'EscrIme Club 'li Hflmr Room Senior Representative 8. MuLI.INs, LIAL ARLIiSS "Fortune helps the brave." Football 3. 5. vw! 5 I9- cit- :Qv PAIIwIT1 HEINZ GUSTAF I hate aluauc thought the artIons men Ihr ber Interpreters o t err lhouglvls Bovs Home Room Athletic Manager 3 1 Basketball 3 PELLEGRINO MARY TIIERSA A liltle tmy pretty uittg rharmmg 5 e A Cappella fhorus 3 1 at Lincoln Hxgh Nurse s Office 3 1 at lincoln High ROBINSON PIIILLIP EUGENE A very Lion amongst the ladies TIcltet Committee 7 FAYIOR HAROLD WAYNE unllly not qulmlg is what aluays counts TOMES TRESSA ARLENE Hr abIlItq Is not as small as er lolff Studv Hall Momtor 51 Sub-Deb Club: Athlenc Assembly' 1. Stvle Review 1. WILLIAMS I. PAUL "Thr sort o a ellow we all like. lwakta Club 7. 8. Treasurer 8: Camera Club 8: Senxaor Banquet Committee 8. ZARIFES. EDNA Z. "Thr rome in my heart seems always to sing, ' Studv Hall Commxtte 8: A Cappella Chorus 1. 5, 6. 7, R: B Chorus 3: GIrls' Glee Qlub 3. 1. 5, 6. 7, S. GRAY. ROBERT THOMAS HANIJLEY, GERALD GUY IOBIISCII. RUSSELL P. KELLER, KEITI-I EUGENE SMITII, EARL WEST M arlory Stewart leayes her quretness and pleasrng person alrty to luanrta McCoy Selene Peters wrlls that rrresrstable somethrnq that l possesses to all the lower classmen Martha McVey and Vesta Stewart wrll therr robs rn the nurses ofllce to Marca Iewrs Russell obush bequeaths hrs abrlrty to mrss classes rrad strll pass to VVayne Breedrnq Lourse Maller wrlls her rayen locks to Velma Yurch George Roberts walls hrs abrlrty rn Math to Clrfford f'rsher Margaret Newson walls her nrckname Toodre to anyone who wrll take rt ack Shoup and Betty Gardner qrye therr brrth date ef uly 3 to all who would lrke a summer brrthday Opal and Charles Parkas leave to all other brothers and srsters who wrll graduate toqether therr best washes V anne Peterson leaves to porn Don Petersen Barbara Shreyes wrlls her abrlrty te qet alonq wrtla teachers to Bud Mantz Dorothy Pflanz walls her 'abrlrty as a typrst to all other typrsts who are not as good as she rs Vern an Powers leaves hrs Qabrlrty to stay away from the qrrls to lam Stanzel Harry McCall leaves hrs abrlrty to pass Hrstory 6 ta Iohn Martrn Vrrgrnra Perry qryes her demureness to Marquerrte Mayer Brll Stanley walls hrs quret speakrnq yorce to anyone that as need for rt Amelra Vuper leaves all her orneryness rn class to ans one who thanks he can keep rt Betty McPhee and Hary Moyer wall therr romance t Betty Kelloque and Drck Russell Chrrstrna Mrnear Rosalre Moore Drck Raneielm an lor arnne Rasler Anna Rrdqeway Bette Robbrns Lyle Shaffer Bernrce Srnrth Bonnre Thompson ames Marlow and lexonne VVarrell le aye therr pleasrnq ways to anyone who has use for them une Stark qrx es her fun loyrnq ways to all the sour pusses at North lllayllrs Lrtchfleld wrlls her sweet drsposrtron to Mary ane Seymore who doesnt seena to need rt len ard Lrnqurst le axes hrs abrlrty to qrye speeches to ll the trmrd souls of North Brll M artrn wall hrs abrlrty to crack rokes to Brll Crbbons lxr NVtrser leayes her abrlrty to look smart to Shrrley Ann lredrrck luqerae Rafe wrlls all of hrs mrschreyousness to Kenneth Ha ay 'Vleh affey and Herbert 'I aylor leaxe therr swell srnqrnq xorces to Cla an Crrflln and Don East Lloyd lrror leayes hrs quret features to Donald Coon Ayorrelle Strawn lt axes her rntellectu al abrlrty to all those who rn rke 5 C rorqe VVey arad le axes hrs nrce eyes to Marron Pool Clrfford Vermeulen and lxenneth Myelebust wall therr frreradshrp to lrancrs Robertson and George Klehe Bob hX'l'1lfC wrlls hrs deep aoree to anyone desrrrng rt C'arol Roberts walls her rob on the Costume commrttee to Car aes. M rr anr C elra le arl wrlls her swell srrrrle to C lorra Wyatt Vrrqrnra VVheeler wall her ahrlrty to get to school on trme to Ardrs Nelson arraes Row an wrll hrs ch armrnq person alrty to erry Mrllrq an My ron Pederson wrlls hrs success as a wrestler to any other fellow who has the nerye to take rt l'ornes lack VVrllrams Ralph Renders Wrlmer Short Maurrne Shepard and Charles Welch qrye therr abrlrty to qraduate to all those who mrqht be so unfortunate as to need rt l astly we the authors of tlrrs last wrll and testrment of e senrors grye all our struggles trr als trrbulatrons an sorrowful thoughts to the next unfortunrte students who haye to struggle wrth the next senror wrll ass rop ecy B r .a rr any IQ Although we nave oyerthrown the tradrtron of wrrtrnq the class prophecy rn story form we belreve that you wrll p precrate rt just as much thrs way The great Chanq Su Doy crystal qazer and foreteller of the future was called rn and accordrng to hrm the l939 Narth Hrgh graduatrng class wrll achreye the followrnq ambrtrons by e year of 1950 lean Adams bashron Model Robert Adams Wrestlrng Coach Brll Alkrre Busrness Executrve Mary lean Anderson Housewrfe Verle Atherton Garage Mechanrc Betty Atkrnson Head of Travel Bureau Bob Bachman Magazrne Photographer Carl Barrd Barber Betty lean Baker Socral VVorker Helen Baker Secretary Betty Bales Wall make good Mary Almeda Ballard Lrbrarran Russell Barcroft Presrdentral Yes Man ames Barnett U S Senator Genevreye Barrett Buyer for Spencer and Barnes Shops Freda Bassman Grocey store owner Vrrgrnra Bean Wrfe Barbara Beeqhley Arr Stewardess Lerla Bennett Clerk at a dress shop Shrrley Bennett Ballet dancer Arnold Benson Double for Ben Blue Lors Beougher Stenographer Marvrn Brerma Late for hrs own funeral Ioe Brllrngs Sports Columnrst Lauretta Blackwell Swrnq pranrst ean Bl arr Adagro dancer Ie an Bloom Debutante Marcella Bouqsty Wrfe of Art DeCarlo Herb Bradshaw Dog Catcher Bernard Brady Sherrff Bob Brennem an C'ommercral avrator Vera earane Brennan f'rlrng clerk XVrlbur Brrdges Natronal Golf Champ une Brown Actrye artrcrpant rn N ay al affarrs Cala rrles Bullrnqton 1 as st atron attendant Bob Bumq ardne r Ir ans Oce anrc swrmmer Delores Burdrck Socral worker Orv rl Burns Holder of worlds hurdles record rn tr ack Vrrqrnra Burns H arr stylrst lsrbelle Byers Secretary Vrrqrnra Caldwell Grrl s Adyrsor M arcelene Carlson Advertrsrng M an aqer of Barnes C Spencer Shops lavelyn Carr Tap dancer Russell Carter Radro electrrcran C'larrce Chamberlrn School teacher bmrly Chambers Cafe owner M ary ane Cshandler Doctors assrstant Audrey C'h nnon Queen of the Haryest lyelyn Chapman Stenoqrapher Drle Chenoweth Owner of Chicago Cubs 'I helm a Chenoweth l rrvate secretary S adre C'hrene Secretary C arol Chrrstrmsen Secretary I rllr rn C hrrstr ansen Ofllce worker Wrllr rm C lemrnt Soda lerker Bola Coll Caeometry Professor Alyrn Colles Drctator of Kleptomanra Ann Collrns Treasurer for a busrness concern A ' 1 'Q '. i - - 1 -' ' ' , f ' V Q re A' ' ' ' " 5 ' . 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'b 1 1 -I fi 8 l r' f 1 .I f 'S P -e CONTESTANTF IN THE INSTRIIMENTAI. DIVISION Rosalie - Howard Price Newell Clexeng Dick Evans Don Helvig Don Goss Bch Logan Frantis Banta Ronald Su-rn-rv er Ruanne firrrnwrll Heneamin Darn: Norman Hralv Flnvd Lampman Eleanor Smith Charles O'Conn or - - piano - corner French horn saxaphone has: horn - ohe trombone x mlm vcllr- haritmi. x mla - drums haunt ruprling alta tlarine' Clarins" Nt P Mu' 1 1'lJN'I'libI'AY'l'5 IN 'I'lII-f X'H1',?xl. DIVISION latk Yvelfh Leslie Smith Margaret Grav Mariha Curtis Merlin VN'alther Bill Lawyer me::n ICUOA' has: soprano soprano Conlraltn haritone 1 usic Q. ontests lI,, I". i-wr Nw: :li The stutlvnts pitturetl on the left repre- sented North in the .uinual high school music contests this semester All of these contestants won in the intra-school elimination contest and entered the sulw-district contest, held in Guthrie Center, lVl.1rth 2-I and 25 Of the sixteen students enrerinq the suli-district. fourteen received 'onesf the hiqhest rating given, and thus hecaine I-liuilile for the district contest held in flsltaloosa, April Ii and lf: Those receiviiiti 'ones' in the vocal group at Guthrie Cleriter were IVlarqarI't Gray. soprano, Merlin XValther, contraltoz Nlartha Curtiss, mezzo soprano, Bill Law- Yer, haritone. and Ixslie Smith, l'-ass ln the instrumental tlixisioii Rosalie Smotkin, piano. Holi I.oqan. trou1liom': Howard llrice, cornet. Dick lfxans, alto saxaphone: Charles Offonnor, clarinet. Norman Healy, drum, Frances llranta, violin. and Ruanne Iirven well, haritone, receivetl Nonesf' llon floss was passed to the district contest hecause of no Colllpetltlon in the ohoe division. From this group. ten students were given the highest ratings in the district contest and hecame entrees in the state Contest. Nlav 3. 4, and 5, in Iowa City. Iowa From the five vocalists entering the dis- trict contest. Leslie Smith, Merlin VValther. Rosa- and Bill Lawyer went to lowa City. lie Smotkin, Howard llrice, Eleanor Smith. Dick Evans, Frances Banta, Norman Healy, and Floyd Lampman represented the instru- mental division in the state contest. Eleanor Smith, alto clarinet, did not en- ter the competition until the auditions for the national contest hecause of the small numher of alto clarinets competing. The Polar Bear went to press just before the state contest. This year the qradinq system was changed from the old "superior," "excell- ent," Hqoodf' etc. ratinqs to a "one," "two," etc. system. Prior to the music Contest most of the contestants took part in the Music Clinic held at Drake University, the first of March. This was not a contest, hut the players received criticism, comments. and hints on their fingering, technique, tone production, and breathing, made by accomplished music- ians. The idea of the clnic was to show the students their weaknessess, so that they could correct them hefore the high school contests beqin. rlrl' -rr rrqlr' lr "-' ' r n 4 1" llulr lar-1 'w Nw' l ll-r'.v1 ll .rlwmlr Mrvrrzw Baiiman Dmlr l' Nl.xr rr: R fr-xl lVl.u.'w' llrrqlrr law .-X lm'-',n HA k :ru T-lr Ifwnrx lr:l,r1". Rf.-1 XN'.v. Rr Hr-v Marrlvn MarDrmqall D ra'-f 'xK'.1w Hal' ll aww Bw? 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Yin fN1.srq.lrr-I llmx llrlrw Z.xr'fn'N Befli' Howard llrmrlh row Ruth Nlr--ill luv Ann lurw- llrlw llrm' ll.1:rl.r"- lla lfvv' :X rlzvx IL'-r rw llcrrv lun Rv- .l llrrrzurr bmvlr Emrlx Chamlvcri Anne Gallaughe: lilllh rrwx lark Xvvllh Hub XN'rleml Klux Nlrvr-rx K -"-" v-'l' ll.rrr -1 Nwrrzm. ll.-.rlr Hrwl' ll--rllx Ywrw-M llmrllr-x llnlw Prtersnn Nrurh row Fred Memr Im' 'llhrxmpinn Cflrqm Urrrlrtr: l' r..4r-rw N- :wx I.r:-r.-X uw!-:X llrll I rm xv' Ihr-rf lim-w llcrlierr Tavlor lohn Ccvnnnrs Halk rrlw Bill lxwngxxrwrrll PAN nwml ll.: r Huh Rrrlcll-' lax 511 ' Nlr X l srl 1 Br' 'J ll ' lin-' l vu X ll.ur'w l' lTx..1:xc l:llCl! 8.14-anne YVagner Melba Hubbard Mariorie Tharp Katherine Eben Margaret Grav Virginia Ronlt, Catherine sux lin-1 new Bmw M.l'h.-.- lla .-'xvltrltutl llt.-n launtis tn-raltlinf Bishop XX.intla Dt-rnirwan Rost- Rtzzuto Betty Kiavt-r, Hazelpane Sprague Leona Sutton. Setond row Pauline Pomerant: Bonnie VVright Elizabeth Field, Dorothv Clayton lune lav. Beverly Hansen Betty Colt' Gi-nent-ve Knight Dorothv Knapp. Third row Maxine Miller Ruth Ellis Bet-'ily Routt Ruth Hoist Pattv Smith Betty Reeves, loan Mclntire. Nlarv Kat hcl. Fourth rovt Marti-Ile Carnmxll Louise VN'hite Alice Adams Maxine Evans Patricia Morr, Gertrude Shaw Bonnie bwtenson. Fifth row Betty Klevvtegt Ruth bpong Ruth Bailev Dorothy Roberts, lean Keller Mary lean Seymour, Kas Robesltv, Dorothv MtMurrav. Ruth Medd. l. Betts lones Kathleen Killebrew Nantx Forrest hlariorir Sloiuqs lkzilit- l5.s.iro Martha Curtis Violet Arbtin loan not.-v lithel Atgerinos, Pat Sheehan. 2. Marvrose King Ruth Staltup Annamae Altos Noreen MeVav Pauline NVhipple Marg Tennv, Beth Hood Martorie Lydon Marv Mulvnhv 3 Civnn-wine Nnkens lkl.tt.i bmw' tl.-raltlzne llaubaltt-r Esther Holt lfrantes Burns Gwen Anderson. Frances Marsh Mildred King, Mary Martin, 1. Rosalie Moore Margiit-r:'e Fisth lean Ette l.eaxrtt, Avis Chew. l.ela Sutton, Maxine Bright lmogene Short, Hazel Kaltos, Evvlvn Carr. 5. Ieannette Nts XVantler Betty Morgan luanita Horslev Eileen Harrington, Helen Altes, Angey Kaltos, Arlene Tiara Mary Sex errno. 6. luanita Harrison Btrttv Knowlton Marvel Banning lean Houclt Marilee Taylor, Helga Larsen, Roberta Thew, Barbara Io Slaik ll:i:i-lrane Sprague. 7. Gladvs Logsdon, Betty Knorr Marv Helen Pirtle Bessie Bovd leanne l.orey Alite Hill Pollvanna Barnhart. Dorothv Bright lean Mulcahv. Heger lftlna Zariles, Frames Boggs Mary Rarxtlt. ocal Aflusic Bq'Iatlt lvelch The vocal music department has many func- tions at North High school Some of these are to give those who wish it a better knowledge of music: to provide good music for the schools various activities: to present programs at other schools. The last of these duties applies specific- ally to the A Cappella Choir sometimes known as the A Chorus. This year the A Cappella Choir has presented several line public performances under the able direction of Miss Ruth Ricltards. present music teacher, They have entertained assemblies at West, VVashington Irving. and VVarren Harding. and the State Home Economics meeting at Hotel Fort Des Moines. April l. Thev sang for the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. an honor which is always reserved for the A Chorus. When Dr. F. Mehus Christianson brought his choir to Des Moines from St. Olaf College, the choirs of all the Des Moines high schools had the privilege of.singing under his direction. Included in the vocal music department are the B and C choruses, which are used for giving the students the training they need for the A Cappella Choir, which is a selected group. The music department indeed offers much to the betterment of music in North High school. 1889 : 1939 ports va mmanq rs ar qlrls a at tru 5 x a at xa t na ,1- Hu H b aam.,'a1Jn r Iha year 1907 naarks tlae farst xc ar that antcr school cam petttton xx as permat cd an the Des Moancs school system lhas year also marks tha datc of the flrst school sponsored athlcttc teams an the hastorx of the Des Moanes schools 'lhas authortzataon of lnter school competataon all d f h anq of orth llaaala o aamaar 1901 Mr Clydc Hulsa tr of Grannall acccptccl tlaa posataon of football coach Daarang the flrst football season thc team pl aycd eaqht amas ey vxon 1 ast 7 an at At tha close o c season an Dcccmber 19113 the flrst raalcs for the axxardanq ataatac cmaclaas xhcra asta as at asc ruas coxara otaall a scha c at an aas at a a ayx ar tnq of amlalems an any othar sport xx as to be lcft an the hands o hc cxecutaxe commattaa ho aaa c povxar to ma a .ayxards proxadanq thc studcnt met thc raquartmants urang Nox emlvar 1901 ar ac c a arac acla makang a a axmn asa a T as tcc saa I orclar o ra sa rxa roacc taa 1Naar ca laoxs and t an c s xxhacla to axercasa alurang tha xaxantcr months Thas plea xx as SXKLl'll11111ll1 c ac n anaaar 1908 a a rohla m of a axa a a at x s s s xx as xa cl 1 x c n c ax a ak a acla vxa 1905 xx lootla a 1 aas n ama xx as 'lr Nortla for ont x a 1 J a t r R K ll 1 I H 1 p 'N lt f ama a a ata of 1No 1 5 ason 1 t raqoaa s r at a 4 C lil S s aatac s tool la If c r claraa sc aac sa aaaor ' x x oya r t1aa a 1 ca sat a lla erang l7r tc as osaa at a all s c xa K 1l1N 11x Nlr lloffm an xx as a llrakc qrad and had four years football cxparaence on the xarsatx team In March 1909 Andx Chalmers was chosen to be track coach Thas appoantment of a track coach xxas the first tame an tha schools hastorx that there had been a track anstructor lraor to thas tamc thc track team had hecn manaqed by some teachar xxho had ben kuad cnouqh to qaxe has tame In 1910 Mr A O Craxen xx as chosen to la ad the North squad M Craxcn had had athlctac experttncc as asststant football and hc ad tr ack coach at Stmpson an 1909 and 1910 respectaxely Sancc thc xear 1910 there haxa been naneteen coaches an tha 'North Haqh athlctac dcpartmcnt These men and vxomen haxc guaded thc Polar Bear teams through msanx successful season of athletac compctataon lhrac of thc mort to be remembered team darectors are 11 rrx V1 B 11 ohn 1 lohnson and Vxlallaam T Sherman Mr Ball xx as football coach from 1916 aantal 1918 The most oaatst andataq xc ar an Coach Bell s st ax at North xxas 1918 1 tltas x ar thc Ba ars plaxad sax football games A stammary cl tha sa ason shoxxad hat after thc sax games Norths slate ram aaaacd cle ata Daarang thc season the Bears had scored 219 poants to thear opponents al axai wa olamax left Ntrth to take the posataon as tlaxsac al tdaacataoaa claractor for the Des Moanes sc oo sxstaaaa llaallx Sharaaaaaa bcc amc a ancaaahcr of the North faculty tn 1979 He coached athlatacs or Itta xa ars taarnanq out manx caaaaapaonshap tt ams 1 aarx 1938 Bllx xxas force 0 c c of alntss and an Auqust s ccl x atttr a 1 ng spcll af seraotas sackness o a omaa 11111 ara la ar to thc ha arts of Nor t a atla atas and fans lacc ausc of thear nexer sax dae s tra nl tla ar lo a for and daxotaon to qood cle an sport s lranq to a closa 'a braaf hastorx of North Ha taaats lapartmant x hac cqan w xc ars ag Max the next x r also lrang many qre at coaclacs athletes and teams t faaht fat tha qlorx of the Pank aaad Green it A- A if a T" a I l.aak M sauna- faaaala :anal s a , aaa.a.Ia N1 , Th's.a Anal'-rsan Y 1 aauaah, fNl.ss Norm. 1'1'ka'r .assts'.a':: ans Mor tn ah sat.a1 n a-alaaatalaaafa 1X1 A lrraals golf aaazaah Aaalvaa 1. N1 f1l.aava faaaatlnall I ' ...Ha a-..a.-as..aa ..,...aa xxxa.-1 ta, Boa.-ta waaamt, .ana ta' Us .Mat yy l f i , I - , a , ' f ' 1 T 1 1 1 ' C a- za , .- 'i .. . .' 1. . a-N 'a - 1 . A '..'. . --' a ' ,' . Q 3 4. ' . ' . 3 1. ' . ' . 1 2 ' I Q ' ' 1 2 ' 4 -, ' c. e or ' .' Q , ' . 1 ' . the tr K .a couch for N 3 so n Seat- 1' 11, 1 I - a .' ' . ' 2 . .' . ' a ' . , . . . ' '.: ' J 'Q Q 1 . r. ga Th ' ' ,lc.' ',z d t"d 2. X ' 5 fth- M 1 ' .' . .X " ', of 111' ' ' 11- "- 'xzhlfh-1. Thr- lx' ' " ' .' 'A L ' ' ' N . ' fo 1. . 1.a:' .ll, tr.a'k. t'anis, . d 1..'k'b.11. Th- . '. cl- . '- a t . . f I' fft ' ' ' " ' xx 1.1 th- " tk' N aa a - ' 13 ' ' -, an . t 'l' zappa. al in the . ' 'ax . ' . ' ' . . Or. ' ' 4 ' f . plaza for . tl ' .J aan. laf' .ari'l' 5. 'd Ja 1 ft. ' , . ' '. .' . ' 2 ' . n 'Ala ' t p " .and p "'t tlaa' 1aa'.alt1a of 1' ' tla .' 'e. ' '. , . 'a . . . . . ' Hial . aaarls thex' should be tax" .a -1YI1l11.1.'ll1111. ua 3 ' Jw: . " I . 4 a .' '. , not .ang " ' ' flv- ya-.ars lzater znl i 1. 1 x'. th' ' Q ' .' . flrst gym classes were held in the nc-xx' North llaaah gvm. lohnnx' lohnson c.ame to North in September, 1929 and Th' p ' 1. "nga loth lag' .and girl: cl.a.'ses 'ag st. "c aantal l9't. 1 .la 1 sol " a' 1a.ax'lnta the aaarls classes aan XVa'l esl. ' aaf auch .5 H '. ' '. " ' , . 11 1 we' .and the boys c'l.ass's on l:ria1.ax' of c'. ' wk. 5 ' ln 9 aa ne ' .1 a'o.ac1a c'.ama' to the l'olzar 1..aar: 1 J ' .' ' . ". ' . ' ' Q ' ' . ' '..' 1X . M. 1. 11. ltaan. Coach 1l.am1ltoaa stzax'ed sat t L' . ' f ' 'w ' K A' . ' jaxar, Th-aa ata 1906 Mr Vaax' 1 ol son. aa ba .ad- '1. .' ' '. n l.ant. '. Q " 1 ' C1 t ta ' 1 rtl in 11199, took ox"r tha- ao.aclaitaaa 1 tia-s. M' rettra' from ta'.a laanq lxa".atasc 1 . ' A . , 1938 Htl: ef Nortl an 13a'ca'laa1a'r, 19111 to t.aka' .a oxitt aa ata laa' p.a.'s' .a x'.ax' 1 ' . aa , a x 5 ' . 5 O 'b '1'lai.' aaa"'s.' .areal tlaa- saalawtaaaat ol .1 aaexx' ca.ac'la . al lla tl 1 x"' aaaad x"' . ' c '. ' 'Q . th .afta' naa '1 lick 'l'1aom.as l'aaa"1a.am xx'.,' c'1a . 'a to llakal . . . 5 ". ' ' - f- ' - p' 't 1ac'.a1 tlaa' '.ar,'l foa 1. Jt.a11 11r llaar 1a.am xa'.as aaaat aaa' ' to .a t a' x'a , . " l . . Dey Ma for ha- 1a.ac1 tx act' laa-a-aa tl 'en .tll-stata' 1 -ala lhaf a is . ' D . ' Q A' 1 'ghs scl .a 1a.aak .anal la.aa1 t.apt.a:na-al tlaa- l1r.al4a' J 1 ta aa. 1 sa ' a ' . ' , x' 'h bt-z 'T "1 . . O. V' his x'a'.ar. llllaa' ya'.aa 1 lllh s.aw .al1a11ta'a' aavx' taa.aala Iuka' 411 'ana s . I W ' 1 ' K Q ' . ' . .. ' " ' 1aa'1m of North llaaala 1oaat1a.a1l. ha- xx'.as A11I'a'a1 11 a1taa.an. aa lt 1' ' x j ' 4 . , ...ga- is Q 3,43 4 A , I - X 'ix A 3,1411-iff' Golf ancl Tennis B14 .Umq ltllfn Sparks Because golf courses and tennis courts arent open until lute, verv little could be said at the time when the llolur litnxr went to press .ilwout the golf und tennis teams. Five veterans carry on for CiUdCl1CS Mr. VV. li Presley .tml Mrs. T. Anderson. One Completed tennis match with East High resulted in .1 win for the girls but a loss for the hoys. The girls are the present city champions. Four girls and two boys who have won golf letters .ire returning this season tc battle for the pink and the green. Both the golf and tennis teams pluv all other Des Moines high schools. -in -Q uv , 1 Q gm .I ..l 5. ...U I Q Q v 0'0'Q' O 0 C 00,020.03 Q 50.0.0.0 A I...C...Q.i 5 n':'o'0'e'0' - 4 0.0.0.5 w va' C9rbI,F l lloh Rvhusthatls llugh Nhwztlx lim Slater luhn Nllli s.-El X. 'XX'tl!'vur Bridges lun- tvr l..t1,te.-vt Sarah Gibson 'Klum Yau Klnrvn Ilv"x Xlan til.-fur Mtargnrrr Uul-v ltthn llaa-on Hzll Strunk TENNlS Mvrun Pederson Conrad Lumi- qutst Ed Cohen, lerrv Kilf qorr Ruth Chase Carolvn Stanzel Doris Pnpple Mari lvnn VVhitmer Q wif, G. bv ffnj ,111 4 f-1 dw ,1 , , - 9 Q V' .,, ,X Q., N . .W ' 1' 4.:i4" 'Ak'- ff g, W , f"'9'f , 6' ,Or Y G Fe -ae 55 if M9 :- If ' E15 C5 2 1 as fE,'.55'1Q? ,sq 00451 '9,45. 'Q' 1, -Lv' Q ,awful W-Q 4145- i , ,QU A " . ir -1, hh V . -V 4 Y -,, 19. .ji O, - Q 4 :W 5.3 .in gd Rf a V I fiASfffi.A.l.l First rout lkiax pw-rtliii' lioh flase Don Horton Dale flhenoweth Fri All- hright fi ll parker Hot- K-Mill Nfarion Young Neale Fvlu-'held Nervind row float h N1 filain Rav flollins lunior fqhandlvr Nov llaqen latk Smith Harold livhvison Rav llarper Xhvarren I,ii4'd4'r Rtll ffxans. Third row filxde llnrtshorn fifth Burns Bill Strong lltwner Stapp Rithartl Milttsn Bill liroxn fiharlec Mtffittt hen llhuik Siltitfrrs lfhuik ll:-.nlev BASEBALL Bu .Marg ffffen Sparlrx Wlith lettermen Dale Chenoweth. lVlarion Young. fiill llarker and Roh Kissick returning to the l9'5Q lineup. the North High nine hoasted a record of five victories and one defeat at deadline time for this puhlication. lunior Chandlee and Boh Kissick took over mound duties. while Edward Allhright completed the hatterv Chandlee averaged ten strikeouts per game, while Kissick maintained an average of seven. Lead-off man. Chuck fieaslev. and clean-up mari. liill Parker. along with Dale Chenoweth. first sacker. were the ma-instavs of the North infield and the hatting order. Don Horton also came through with several timelv hits. The outfield positions were usuallv taken hv Don Horton. left field, Boh Case, center field. and Neale Sheffield or VVarren Leuder in right field. Marion Young and Clvde Hartshorn hoth saw service in the shortstop position. The onlv defeat of the season to date was suffered at the hands of Dowling High. But hv defeating the Roughriclers, their other citv rival, the Polar fiears won the right to com- pete in the District hasehall tournament. Several games remained to he plaved when the Polar Bear went to press. They were as follows VVaukee, Max- well, Grimes, Madrid. Dowling, Roosevelt and tournament Scores of games played' North 4 - - - - firimes 3 North I2 - - - Norwalk 3 North R - - Nladrid if North l7 - - Maxwell l Dowling l0 ------ North 0 North 4 ------ Roosevelt l The North nine averaged ten runs during the first games to three and one-half for the opponents. North's lone home- run hitter was Bill Parker, who collected two round trips in the Maxwell game. Neither North pitcher served up a 'home run hall." AGE Tv ,fbnlfg gfbgf .- J 1. -agae., -.sf-'ag-,. '- . 1' --- , 2. '- -..-'wtf' Z :.' 4.,3.,,,:21:,-875' .' .,---.",,.L, -,. . . TRAVK Ht: f'f:.ir'ws H iueri North s WV' 'ratk team looked somewhat vagged at the heginnutg of zvactice earlv 'n lielsriiarv. hut hv the time of the titv indoor niee'. March 29 .it Drake ffield house, the team choxxed tons:.lerihle .ihilvv The liolar liears placed second in team staimiina hut the xnditidlxial performances of Delhert Nlorrison who won the lsroad iuiup. and laines Niorrow. win- ner of the hugh lump. was surprising Fast won the meet with Roosevelt and l.inr'oln lT'.til'lii1 the fiears The vate ihdoor meet was held Apri' l, at lowa Citv. A sguad of lil hovs placed Sth in The meet again won hv East. lim Morrow oiitleaped .i large field of high iumpers to capture that event. Du April lith the Bears traveled to Vallev and wound up the dav in tlurd place XYallv Hill surprised the experts and eopped the high iunip The relav teams could do no hetter than second. April 22. the date of the Dskv Relavs at Oskaloosa. saw the liears atm their first relav trophv in four vears. The sprint medlev team of Ciharles Howard. lames Niorrow. Or- ville liurns. and llenrv Reeves were the hovs that pulled that surprise North was third again in the meet. XVhen 'he llolar fiearl' went to press. the following meets were vili on schedule The Annual Drake Relavs April 28th and Teh the ffort Madison Relavs, Mav 6th: the Dis- trict Meet. Mav lith: the Citv Outdoor Nleet. Mav 20th: and the tina? meet of the season the State Outdoor meet at Aizies ot: Kfax 27th 'TRAVK fiirst row fi Yvriqht I Mfxrrixu B. Malone D Mrwrrisrwvi XV. Long worth, H, Reexe fi Graham. Second row G Gard 0 Burns I, Mehaffev C Howard D Schumann O. Morrow K Horriqan Third row R Sterrett IJ Devxnev R. Ives E Vkfarv H Smrev R Glas gow, Howard Fourth row I, Meiluire D Grt-as R. Ellingson P. Martin D. Kroloff E. Robinson. 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'G 'Is KN M QN- 'uf ss It-ual 1889 ' ' ' 1039 K 'ZOUWIOL sfgp 1 XLQ N HORN I x Hu B111 Flmilcu XX 'un yy stt 1 pl1y produced by 1 hxgh school group today most of us do not t r all e th at xt xy IS not untxl tht last ten or fifteen years that hxgh schools began to op along the Npttllll nd lmes of drimatxcs littort l9Ot thtre Kurt no plays of any kmd guen hy students at North xg nly prestntmms along th-. hm of speakmg .ure dl1lOqLl95 and readmgs or sluts lu tht early umttten hundreds drama at North Hlgh was not known as a class s l tt hut xx as txrr ed on entxrelx by students who gaxe t1me outslde of school lr unttu cluls or senzor or jumor classes usually qaxe the pays A y xrtous mms durmg the school year the semor class play the jumor class tl druurms club play were presented at school lhtst play utr not as closely superused md dxrected as our plays today and s. work l td to he dont outsxde of school tnme md fem facxlxtles for producmg l tl prtscntatxons were usually not up to the hugh standard of modem hlgh l pl'ULlllCllf s th rl tl u tt drmmtrts classes tame the semester production of a long we 1 ulutlm u vu IH tht muor uob of the adyanted clxsses m our drama department tl st x yt tccordmg to Mlss learl Hausen present mstructor m dra vt r school md us followers hue emoxed a mayor productton every semester l 'p y C -V M I L Iv - I. i ' - ' I ., tv mu.: .t ' '25 ' x ii I' ' tlvxt-I ., f - at 'ze ' , 1 A . 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N Nm- Hwrv Inm- Hall, Patlv Hamllton, Marlene Mason, Bexerlv Moses Shlrlf-v Frvllf-rl.L Rlght side -Esther Westlake, Normq Lee C.-xrlan Paulme Owrmn, Beth lillw, llfmd A-.'v-m'1:.- SVr.x-.um Klan Ellen Marlin Nllnam VVnllferson, Mnrllyn W Marshall Amr-lm Vnprr Rulw Kmuiwrn. , v 5- "" i LIPSQS Q IQGZ apartment ulngh rendars tx pttunt strxttt t wt t nurst otha. tn txnsfmnce for about 7 we r ISS Altec fmlxtn nurst s t tt t mst! to tht .se h mester the s ntors httxt thttr uxstta x f lx h sthool doeto s 'Vlxss Galxtn orqamzts and dxrec s ts work She also ttkts Q art o t t tt ws tq tn tl sthno .and ehttks qenerallx on the health of e students me of the dllfliS nf th nurst s tsxlst ants ut tc hlt proqr mt tml lu tlth Q trtls tm tal-ct. Lare of the mlnor emergencies to eep thc nurses ofhct Qlttm and meat to record uttqhts mo hcxqhts an h .lth cards .md to serxe as messengers or Miss Cmlxln .md the doutor who qtxvs tx trntnxtlons L ttsststdnts ptcturad htrt xxtth 'Vltss C' alt. n h tx orxt ut' Ins sums lhtx are left to right 'Vlanan 1 3 lWaurun Shepard 'Xl trux Ltuts nd Vtstx Stew nrt I rary B f Another outstandtnq dtptrtmtn tn pmnt uf et 1 l hhrarx llndtr thc dtrtttmn of Mrs Lura Long ltbrarnan the .xssxsttmts find hooks .md rtftrnntu for tt ith r nl tt ti nts th ak htm out md kttp the rest of the books xn order on t e shelxcs lwhe hbrdry IS uxmltxhlt turx sthool tl tx 1 p 1 and h as lvttn serxmq 'North Hlqh for a out seventeen years xctured here left to rtqht tra' the hlwr trx s .ttf ll itll!! mms X trtnntt Burns LACIE Mae. ohnson Melanne rsels Mrs Long Nlxrx lt. t l arm J embers of the Faculty who Have can at ortlw 25 years or ore J X -1 Q 13 F, H. STEWART, '08 NELI,lE L, BALDw1N. '10 HELEN Grmcpu ADAMS, 'll GRACE M. BEHR, '12 Q ag 140 39 s as as CO of wa We , :Uv 'B lu falter! Mus uc N ms amwm tu 11 e M Lullnuqh Mr Andrr-mn M Rhyne M Ihompxun Mr A ohnwn M1w Peter-mn M115 Lotnam M121 L Fumbleson M114 lrmq M115 Hauien Mus Becker Mmi Hutchlson Mr Horsburqh Mr Anderson Mr Gooch Mr F H Stewart Mme Wh1rrv Mms Westlake M155 Hovey Mn: W1lson me Adams M113 Ptckrell Mr Read Mr Lovurv Mr Q R Stevuar Mr Mcclaxn Mr Hartmv Mr 1ll Mm: B1dueH Mrs Lnnq M115 Wheeler Mus Rnlmrds M155 West 'VI1-vs W1lber Mau R Tumblesrm Mmm Ha let 5 r F O ohn-mn 'Vlri Hartlex M 1-ntks Mme Moore Mr Mc ulrr Mr atkion Mr Me1er '. l V , 'x .K L, .. .5 I ' V' I ' .A t 0 1 I ,"' -'Iraq -54 , .. J, ,t 4 M. . .. 1. Q V'J:'NAv 'L 1 an " 4'. ,' - V ,g 7' f, 41 Q, 1 - ' Qi". 1 -' asv 'lb .JI wx , , 1 , rv 5 I 1. M.. 31, ,V L M B11 ,M, 13 111, Mr. 4, -1. , 1. . 2, 13' , . ,1 , , - , ,. ' , ., .' , ,L Q, 1 . , M- A , , , . . 3. . 1 11. M.. .11 1.1 f' , cz .1 , . , rv r u tw 1r11 1 B trre 'Wartelene ar rn P' lt annr Sm t r mn e xslxn leo: I r I r 4 n N11 rt Odtr l use I Huh Bumqar mr tw ns une Star ohn Nfxlcw 1.-1 1 r N1 Lulluuqh Charlotte P1rnh1n1 Marx Fllmn Spar S 11 11 m1 1111n1w 1 on 'rn Na Mann Charlu Howard ass 1 el tn o 6 rsr mu etw N Phee X1 uma tu arv east tnne Vkeux q Don Lros w unuor Lawson Bud Patnck n arnnr NNchitrr 4 athman an un er 1 ma rt R1q1n Martel a Bougstw B tx ohnion Dm L mh Cenrge Mall! w :rl r u a me nl'-union A rnv, 1 Bob a nth 0 n Dar tnqtnn at XL Don VN1ll1hw Fusta 1- Ware ack Nlastro s 1 I' th mu Ralph Bowman Y1rg1l M Lutchan Gmc e 5tal osntnon EdlIOf ID chuf Cnorge Gaekle manaqmq edltor Arlene Fletcher hustm xx 1n1n1g1 r M trcelgm C lf'lNOIl tdx 1 rtmnq m an ager Genevlexe B irrttt m lkf. up edttor Alx 111 f ollts Othtr Qt xff members Bob Bumqardner Mary Ellen Sp irki Betty Gardner Raymond Matheny lean Crumley Bull Allure Audrex Chin non Don Pray Pxelyn Georqe Odette Pmdeels funlce VVtQt tnq Bill Ftndley Thurman VM arner Romlne Rrqlm Betty ohn son Warren Lucdtr Bud Patrlck Hurry Rundlttt Bob Huh man nmmy OlQon ustme Price Chxrlm Hou ard um Stark john M1kmell Betty 'Vlcllhee Marcella Bouqsty Roy Water houst VN 1rmr NN ehstcr beorqe McElroy Eleanor Smith Boy I y Iumor Lawson Vxrqxl McCutchan Eustace Ware Ioe Btllmqe Dm Lamb Bob Kxsslck Wallace Rock Herb Brad :ham VN aunetti Muller Vlfglhla Houqh Shxrley Meacham CllY'lLl Chxmherlm Nadme Robmson Ralph Bowman ohn Darltnqton B111 Martxn lack VVelch Don Crosby Betty Iohn son Don Damon Bill Afkirt' llettx Bale' l :ii l'l.irue" ll. u ll.i:".g.i:,1'..'r K :val It 1- s lf '.g uni ll .rms Nlnt. -'liuu' Klarlscvn Dale fhennuwli l l Lwh-u lntk KH' ',X- v lla ala' Vifwslw lluizi ll.-XX tt l'-ww iw-.le le.i'ri.w lfillxug Clark Filiell B:ll l'-1.11.-v html li -tm: ll X' l .let Holi liazw' lit.-.xo ln-ov.1e l':l.u'w livliixorv 'llheo Creig ltmvzue llnmf fv'- leafy ll..'tes lor llvgfuwi l' :Ile ll'I"'s t I ir es llottnztf ll 'li luseV!ts lerrx Kilqorr Dan Kroletf l'l.vwtl l .iuxpinau Dx nun lx ui 51.11 vi l .:.lu XX .tizru l ..v .lei Br"x Nl lflrtvwew Ailiss Nl. llonnltl llelen hfltiiiexex li il Nlnssrnau latk Klavr vtski Lv wi Nl..'s-iw lv-...-1 'Klux'-e K- "X" eih 5-ljler Nlnrv lille' Miller hlarshall Nlm-rehteul lerorne hlntlmk 1 haue- U Khfrvwr B l il lime llgmsl lx'.irk.s lftltlv Vrestovt e lQ...l- Isle Shatter Rnllintl Swell Nlnrv Ellen Cvlenfna Rawlings B.-'fx Lou Per-tl Fart-E R.-iw-vs Xklilla. Nr larrlxi Ntti X 1 .xr A Sparks Ieazme . vu, e . w ' .::.. .--'. :ww-' X'irgin.a Vk'alLigw 'lht.rm.v. XX'.t::w-r Mais XX.--' U. ' ,,-.ozu-lle N'r.wtn Aw'-.i Mar 'llhnrnish Binh XN'swldrll ue.-'e XX .fis li-.i--e".' XY1'w'iitk leanne Wfisr STLIIDIQNT COUNCIL Hn By! -'lllvrre In a national survev recently .icnducted throughout two- hundred leading American high schools of which North was one. the student-governing hodv known as the North High Student Council was considered fourth among those schools surveyed throughout the nation. The Student Council is composed ot the presidents of home rooms, chairmen of committees and memhers ol the iudicial board. This semester there were 59 ITl0IIil'tCF'? elected to the council. As has heen the custom of past semesters, the officers selected were seniors .ind were Iames Barnett, president: Dale Chenoweth. vieeepiesident. Bettv lean Harvev, secretary: and leanne Spencer, treasurer. This semesters' council actixities were marked hy the sending of iepresentatixes to the Leadership Conference at Ames inst.ill.ition of the Ioint llarent-Student Council, re- vision of the Student Council constitution. installation of the new xuirriirig hell system. .und the serving of a Council Com- mittee .is hosts and hostesses .it the Progressive ltducation convention at Roosevelt. , h ' U Iohn Darlington, Editor: Eunice Westing. Assistant Editor: Clarice Chamberlin, Business Manager, Thurman Warner. Assistant Business Manager: Miss Helen Grace Adams, Miss Gretchen Bickel, Miss Iessie Wilber, Mr. M. A, Iencks, and Mr. H, O. Mc- Cullough, Advisors. STAIJIJ ASSISTANTS Bill Alkire, Bolw Bachman, lierievieve Barrett, 'I'ht-one Bassett, Bob Bumgardner. Marcelene Carlson. Audrey Channon. l.e.itrice ltfdling. Arlene lfletther. Bill Findlev. Betty Gardner. Evelyn George, David Green, Betty Iohnson, Bolw Kissiek. Iunior Lawson, Marv Lease, Marian Liddv, Virgil McCutchan. George Mclilrov, Bill Marlin, lack Mastrofski, Ray Mathenv, lean Morton, limmv Olson, Charolotte llirnham, Odette llirsels, Don Pray, Iustine Price. Nadine Robinson, VVallace Rock, Ruth Shoemaker. Eleanor Smith, Mary Ellen Sparks. lune Stark. Clarence Van Maren, VV.irner Nvehster, lack VVelcli. ..f'9 I 4'-'Q -ss.. e 'W' ' 1 "S 1'1" J , ' an , inn mn ..,.. tn. lin ft fi? as , . U , rv Y 1 Qt 4.. 1 AL is- r0'4 ff 9 -' 'ffgw 'K 'Q X2 l,,.4,,, f,,.x,y -V H I1.v.1 .- XNZH. ..' .1 5.41" R ' -x iw 0 IL- Q1 1. wi D11 vw Inmrw xmw- K .-1 R -. Im-fx' 'X' If -I 1 'wh-1 V M K' Aygmqgl ll lil.---11 I 'J-wgw '- .md H I. IS. ' " x M UA M 1' K.1,.f...', w'..m1, ..1.e ll' mn-. 1..1 Q, f Mm.. H.,w H vwwf' www ' W' 1 1 ll HH! gum' mmf! 1 Imrlvw Ihllnrxxlvmv lfqmm wh.-.-1.-Y .wa x1..fW,.- r1,.'A,.fKa - 4- BEALS l,itl'1ograpl1 and Printing Co. '2l5:QIT East Third Strcct l IH ikwllm XVI HNU 'WNIINLI J UI WLININL1 'IXIWIXL MQ XINIWI N R XCR! I Tx U a" is A Y .J-J PAI in HARDY! 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