Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)

 - Class of 1940

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It is for this reason We have compiled for you an album of pictures of your friends and activities, and a record of your school life at Northeast. N We give you the 1940 Edi- l J yn tion of the Nor'easter, in order that you might keep forever at your fingertips, a ished high school memories. C DIV DIV DIV DIV BO. DIV Q OI fl THE EDITOR Qll Lvli- Q" - - YLQWB 940 Edi- ster, in ht keep ertips, a our cher- emories. OR 1- ,gd Cf.ON'lVlEN'll-S DIVISION I ADMINISTRATION Mr. Chapin R W fr-X915 3 MI. Davis FFL 'Mi lg O Office Force , jc INN Fiji: Engineers - I - XB UQ Student Council A H , ju f H- School Surroundings J I ' fWC U95 . Library JJJV' t'ue fx JXX tj I D1v1s1oN II DAY AT scHooL . N I Candid Shots i Yfl I j . Departments of Instruction It JJ ' X JJYJ Snapshots of School Life Aww DIVISION III ORGANIZATIONS AND HONORS Q fd Publications Band and Orchestra Honor Rolls Parent Teacher Association Honor Societies and Spring Play Cast Safety Pins Clubs Literary Societies Annual Sales Team and Stage Crew Ji DIVISION IV PHYSICAL EDUCATION Girls' and Boys' Athletics Biyv ix 'fl R. O. T. C. BOARD OF EDUCATION ,D L,r. DIVISION V CLASSES Sophomore Class Iunior Class Senior Class INDEX TO PICTURES 4- -..J ,, I fic ',' vO,!v'.i V' U. . g,,. o .4 ,- 1.z.'.is: Ulla' U O . A4 ' 'W C.' v 'o nb" . 0' -. . 'al o 1. ' .g.g - 1' "0 ,r 'J 'o 1 T' ' ifljff 0 s"'r":f O U Q 0 O 'On lg" I O ' 4 g'l' n' .1 'v 1, llc ' 0 -1 l'Q A 1 K- ai an .1 4 , 9 I ff' ev. ,f lo -2 ,QQQ 'Q .', .. P.l 'f 0 u .- 'A n, QS . 50: is 0 1 x, ,. la! f ., .Jil 4-'.' u. , I 5 s rv . ' I ,avgvh ' ,' 1 ' 5 Q: ' ' 'T I 1 g I 0.- Q' , D . 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V R ,,- AL "W r-'MA ...- --...,, ' ' ' 'f 1 -"'!luvn.q1'..p-n' ' - ..,,.f.,,.iZi'1 A K K ",'aLpfa2-"A" A mg -W' " -- '- -fw-' " . 1 " 4'---4--1 -"' 'V 1 ' ,,..N-,x "-..-. Q61 . -4 5.5, ar- . , , -QL-1' 4 . '-510-71 1- M' ' Q - ':,,:,,:.: '.1 hw- -W-cf-g,,, , . ,.. , 5 .5 g . 'A r 3 1, . .m,.uvr1.-'ma-f-5 I---1--M f -' '-'W 1 111' -.s v . . ...,,..-..-. , .. ,,. wif-W,g:fi'n-TI.-. 1171. ........ -Aw. meg-ew -Q ' J L ' " ' " ' "'f'5' ' - Y. Ht. ,A . V- ni ." ,Y"2"15"'LIA1 .- .1-..:..n4fa-es4!s4'f'-:P-.-"1:'L'L"L 4L..Jw"!4'.":" -'W ' "" ""' K ,als-l.l!1. , ,'. 1 i , M... ... .,,. ,..A .,,-. v-H. nv ' f 1 1 I I 1 MR. G. W. DAVIS VICE-PRINCIPAL 0' 7 , f ,W Top: Mr. Richard A. Ball, Counsellor Middle: Mr. George Calvert, Counsellor .1-muff' Left' Gffice Force-Miss Martha BH THE AT NO QAbovel electric flieftl D1 shovelir Heinrich, Csittingl Chief Clerk: Miss Georgia Willey, Clerk Page 10 4 ff - rr -, Q-TFQQ l'!.'.x D19 F11 I'-, .v fn Q 59 IWQQJ 1. if 5 41 lg-L. hshih. . I X4 ' H 91' A I 4 K x 2 K 3, f VA' - -r fre-4-nv The Student Counci1M,fa'y, .5 , W L :44"Vl f I - ..,...n,. First Semester Student Council: Bottom Row-tleft to right? Grego, Reeder, Hatfield, Lloyd, Streeter Thompson, Breidenthal, Talbott, Merrill, E. Iohnson, Haden, Young, Wilson, Staeuble, Harr1man Davidson. Middle Row-Miller, McDonald, Hedrick, Carta, Colliver, Anderson, McCord, Lawrence, Bedding, Ball, Connell, Galster, Peters, Gilbert, Matson, Baker, Peterson. Top Row-Strickland, Thomas, Stanley, Bingham, Woody, Vaughn, Clardy, Gentry, Mills, Scott, Kinney, Pickens, Pileggi, Hildreth, Pugh, Ware. The Handbook com- mittee completed ar- rangements for the new book, its editing and distribution. Chairmen of Student Council Committees: First Row-fleft to right? Bill Breidenthal, Doris Lloyd, Velma Helms, Margaret Hedrick. Second Row-Lois Baker, Reaves Peters, Louise Ware, Betty Anne Peterson. Miss Eva L. Packard, adviser of the Coun- cil for many years, devotes much of her time to this organi- zation. President, Bill Merrill. Page 12 First Semester Student Council Officers: Cleft to right? President, Bill Breidenthal: Reporter, Eunice Iohnsong Secretary, Peggy Thompson: Vice- iff Second Ser Dierks, Gal Middle Rox Wilson, We Bottom Row. Matson, Tet Student Council Officers: fleft to rightl Reporter, Paul Whittle: President, Reaves Peters: Secretary, Shirley Breuerg Vice-President, Peggy Thompson. The Student Council, representing the students of the school, carries on many of the school functions. They are responsible for the Red Cross collections, the sale of Viking Variety tickets, class elections, fire pre- vention, and health campaign. 1 Committee Chairmen: fleft to rightl Wilson, Galloway, Peters, Con- nell, Stewart, Chiavola. M S d S ster Student Council: Top Row-Cleft TO right? r , Thomas, Van Compernolle, Wilkes, Pilegge, Whittle, Nitz, 535311 Gilgswa LO an Bakke, Scott, Peters, Connell, E e on,Briscoe, Gentry, Nance, Strickland. . Y- 9 . . . , - - , , Watson, Young, Johnson, l W - lb th, C ra, Merrill, Cox. Whrttenburgh, Merrill, Thompson, Lawrence Bly gqvliii 1:5gJjl.VbStI3?y?13se?aEbmagnson,OlDeGeorge, Chivola, De Marco, Viles, Page, Burton, Kelley. bftth ,H Martin Breuer Hockey Hatfield Lloyd, Stubbs, Stewart, Taylor, Sprink, Ward, McDonald, Hedrick, Pugh, Lyman, Q om owe- . r ' ' - Matson, Teeter, Iohnson, Rutledge. 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Q , L xp I A Y M. .ri '- ., L.- Q' 'E' 1 A-J e' -f 'z ' I F rii flli f 1 1 31.2- Y 1,f" j i !uNl : W y , - f".-J' 1 Q .fi Q 1 Y ' f ' fp ixf f 2 fx 1 , --f I f 7? Boys taking advanced drafting may specialize in any iield they desire. U-lbovel they are shown making model airplanes, planning homes, and drawing plans for electric Wiring. ,4.' . Drafting is usually considered boys' work, but this year five girls have invaded the realm oi draitsmen. Wi.. init M! Mr. E. W. Iackson ileitl K' is shown with the model community made by pupils in his drafting classes. Each house was planned and designed. complete with furniture. by his students. Page 28 8-ww ,aww Drafting Interests Many ng sts Y Bottom Roweileft to right? Arnold Parsons, Paul Hill, Benny Abbott, Harold Herbst, Lawrence Harvey, Tony Campobasso, Paul Wilson. Middle Row-Mr. Merle Engle, Charles McDaniels, Paul Scott, Raymond Breibeck, lack Watson, Marvin Hume, Charles Sturges, Donald Miller, Waldo Gustafson, Anthony Cacioppo, Salvatore Capra, Harry Hurr, Gerald Paschal. Back RoweCharles Yelton, Salvatore Lusco, Bill St. Louis, Iames Riddle, Billy Lemon. These boys formed the first wood shop union in Northeast. They elected, as their president, Lawrence Harvey, and as vice-president, lack Watson. They organized their union and collected money for an annual picture with the ap- proval of Mr. Merle Engle, shop teacher. Mr. Merle R. Engle, teacher oi wood shop Iack Schuepbach saws a board for his proiect. va ,' ,lr l n IW no nw 1 'oar 'Q p a 1'4'1 I ',, - ' 1 1 1 .154 is ll I 'ry 1 gql I 1 4 Y-2' ,QF F L21 , '1 , 'Q 1' 1 . ,H .I Ap 4 '.,'4,, c IA' UAW' all ,u 11. 'I I If 9.1 3- - li I 1--11 1 4 ra .4 I U' 14., 'll' jll au. I 4 9 11.1 ll 111 ll 1ll 'l.lq' 1 1 1 ' 1 ,,,,. 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U 1' 1 C 1 lu 1" 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 -11 14 .I 'I 1 5 . a .'. 11 1 I 5 . i Students Print Their Own Paper and Many Other Projects The print shop is one of the busiest places in the school. Students work early and late, under the direction of Mr. Otto Kunz Crightl, to get the Courier and other school projects ready at the time needed. During the past year, the new hand- book, the report cards, data cards, and programs for all school activities have been printed in the school shop. The Printers' Club, a student organiza- tion composed of pupils especially inter- ested in printing, do much of the Work in connection with the shop. Each year they hold an annual Printers' Banquet. This year it was held at the Northeast Y. lVl. C. A., on April 8. Mr. Kunz teaches six classes each day. Three years of printing are offered to the students of Northeast. A Typical Class in Printing ww MR. O. W. KUNZ .nel m . 4 .,,,q 4 ,.. 4. an -ak . , ., .4 . .vm 1 , W4 -ft. al ,.,,,. 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Under the direction of Miss Helen Hobbs Crightl the Northeast Debate Team won third place in the state contest. They debated the Na- tional High School question: "Resolved that the railroads should be government owned and operated." William Carroll, the only junior on the team, Won the state championship in debate. He will go to Washington, D. C., to compete in the na- tional finals. Carroll was Northeast's representa- tive in the American Legion Oratorical Contest. Page 32 .V Me? Christmas Play Cast-sfFront Row fleft to right? Ioe Daleo, Tom Bear, Ardys Craig, Paul Nance, Wal- lace List, Tom Hall, Richard Wood. Back Row -M Stanley Bechtel, George Tiffany. MISS HELEN HOBBS ont Row om Bear, ce, Wal- Richard Bechtel, .. sf "ff dp, I I The Art Depalrlment Miss Mabel Newitt, art teacher and art adviser of the annual. Below: Winners in the Nor'- easter Poster Contest Cleft to rightlz Connie Prager, first place: Betty lean Cutter, second: Fran- ces Miceli, third: Yale Epstein, fourth: Frances Nuccio, fifth. f Q ,, , Y, .47 Nor easter Art Committee Row: Cleft to right? Vincent Piraro, Patricia Sims, Frances Giesy, Iune Scott, Beryl Hayner Dickenson, Mary Magie. Row: Morton Walker, David Hornaday, Dorothy Lawrence, Lois lean Baker. 5 me 37 rw A Cappella Choir: First Row-tleft to rightl Martha Faye Mitchell, Alice Chatman, Mary Louise Schweer, Iean Walinov, Mr. Chaffee, Carol Seay, Anita Pyle, Irene McCarty, William Gray, Albert Povich. Second Row-Mavis Cormack, Sue Iohnson, Madonna Michael, Martha Hosenquist, Barbara Franz, Mary Evans, Frances Woodall, Irene Dupree, Gerald Admires, Ioey Bondon. Third Row-Wilma Taylor, Patricia Younkin, Barbara Bjorkman, Marian Lyon, Vivian Ratcliff, Emily Burton, lean Page, Maree Baker, Iohn Van Artsdalen. Fourth Row-Gerald Eastman, Elmer Pickett, Fred Spencer, Kenneth Burton, Stanley Bechtel, Bob Hall, Bill Breidenthal, Bill Merrill. Vern Ferris, Loys Henderson, Milton Lowe, Bill King. The A Cappella Choir of 1940 has brought much credit to Northeast by its singing accomplishments. This group sang at Linwood Presbyterian Church in an adaption of the famous Oberammergau Passion Play. They sang "Open Our Eyes" by MacFarlan, and led in the singing of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus." This has been one of the choir's busiest seasons. They sang at Ivanhoe Temple, General Hospital, churches, and in our own programs. ,Everywhere they sang they were in- vited back. Most of the choir's work this year has been on the most difficult modern choruses known for the Annual Music Teacher's Convention. They worked on these choruses to enter the music con- test, which is held at the convention. In previous years the Northeast A Cap- pella Choir won for eleven years. Mr. Frank E. Chaffee, instructor ot vocal music, has worked for twenty- seven years to bring more credit to Northeast through the accomplishments of vocal music groups. Page 34 -. Ti--,-1 7 --.-,--s,-A, ,-. - ---M A - rf- -.--, , ' V, H f1A,,,vy-.is--f ,Hf1J.A.,wfTff'. y K 1. LWIQ fav-'rd-, .5 V--f dora Back ine l' Cl T it 5 f Q Boys Hill, Mldm Iuni Bacl Mill Chaffee, Woodall, . Maree . Merrill, tments. Jassion 1orus." ospital, Girls Chorus: Front Row-Cleft to right? Iean Lahr, Patty Powles, Bonnie Chrisman, Connie Kaercher, Iacky Redding, Betty Washburn, Norma Lee Veal. Middle RowYKatherine Beswick, Gwen Reese, Angeline Palma, Mary Frances Smith, Dorothy Baker, Deborah Kerr, Ma- dora Cropper, Eva Marie Vose, Lois Iean Baker. Back RowMMary Marsalla, Paula Ryan, Mildred Chenoweth, Doris Crump, Geraldine Coughlin, Doris Mae Nordberg, Max- ine Wilcox, Frances Rader, Helen Walker. Adline Turnbough, Zenna The group of girls sing choruses written for just girls' voices. They strive for perfect tone quality. They do some individual vocal work and small group Work. One of these is the Triple I Ml' Trio that sang in the Viking Varieties. The Girls Chorus is always prepared to sigg whenfevgyf it is called upon. n f 'I' ' .,4,A.-. 'Q - ff Boys Glee Club: Front Rowffleft to rightl Irvin Iones, Addison Clark, William Rogers, Francis Grantello, Mr. Chaffee, Billy Hill Roger Thornton, Manson Cross, Mike Vagnino. Middle Row Ioe Hoobery, Gene Phelps, Maurice Kelso, Doyle Snow, Harvey Garner, Gene Albertson, Eugene Weighill. lumior Turk, Bill King. Ba-pk Row Meryl Mitchell, Billy Ward, Robert Merrill, Robert Nash, Irving Iohnson, Fred Schutz, less Cunningham, Myron ftflliler This group of boys have been trained to sing some difficult choruses in a Way that college flroirs would be proud to sing. This group is prepared at all times to sing on programs. Page 35 ,, ,- N , L. " j ,vcr-fqpli - - n4"' 25-... The art of cooking seems to cause these girls to srnile. They have probably just learned something new. Miss Augusta Gufler fright? - 'f has charge of the cooking de- partment. Miss Gufler not only is fr' teaches foods to the girls but also to the boys. This is the second year there has been a boys' cooking class. "Many cooks spoil the broth" is proved false by these girls in the foods classes flower leftl, shown fixing a luncheon. vf ,B . lf, ' Ll EQ , 5- A gc I A ,X,. iz, - - V+ fail. Vi, .t 5 A ' x S. v .Wu-I K We ,ix -. K 2 "E, . cpe- i3Z., 4. :A9 . .,,- rg K. Q. . : t ' c --t. ' t 'W-I 1.2 it sink V g f . ,. .Q-' 'Y V ,.--' ' , ,f .A.,s1.1a ..- r , ,- Y. ,.-.,- - , A is Zh Y ,fr -v---1 1' ft if . iff' Q cr'-'F 'A b 1 , , V, ,, V., -V ,iff-Q ,,.:...,-V --1 ' --"" ' A 1 ,LLLQVH , ,.--f' Y , .,.,.:Y.-" Y 1:-lr , A-rf-4 rr"9 ' I 1 1 vm Miss Martha Rouse tleftl and Miss Phleta Gherrinq lrightl. clothing teachers. Three years of Work in the clothing depart- ment are offered under the direction of Miss Martha Rouse and Miss Phleta Gherring Clow- er rightb. Girls in these classes may make their own clothes if they desire. Many girls made complete spring outfits for themselves. In the upper picture girls are shown cut- ting, basting, and putting the finishing touch- es on their sewing. 4.-S .44 "' 1.1 ,fini 'nur a.-Q, ..,d- . Y .I tav- ,ra --Mum ,n,.. t.-... l v ' U. is Ib ., I gy, -1.. 4ai.,..,,a 4. .,, . 1:45 .rt tm- ' 1 1 ' 0 V ,q .r, frlrfl 421 w'r- rffl , 'I -I 1 , '32 -an ,W .J- rg: - eg, V if 1 . fv' 5 f I' 'V' '- FJ? '!'P I 'lv -pum- r,,,e,,. Eli 1 v Q 1, fli- .,, r""' Al'l: 'ff ,,g,- Ill m,.,,.'1 fi' 1' our rar If J.: l'f" uh! QD n ml F !'l 'n"n'r ow!! ., ,.. "."at. pq I. 9 -YQ. . 5, 1 l'r'i' X 'mei' vw- '-I It J, J I. Q-4. - Ji'- '73' ,r -I 'if- lmt 1 JEL.- , pn 'aug -' i,.l.l' 4 v 'JE 1. . C1 o Wy Page 37 :Jr A I 1- Hgh . I Page 38 HEB HEALTH DEPARTMENT QI' Miss Bernice Brown, nurse, has done much during her first year at Northeast. Besides her regular duties she has formed the First Aid Club to teach girls the principals of first aid. In the upper picture Miss Brown is shown at her desk in the health room. Miss Brown's assistants are girls who excel in physiology. They are shown in the lower picture with Miss Brown: Cleft to rightl Ann Marie Austin, Vivian Allen, Marguerite Hawkins, Mary Huffaker, Betty Price, Angelina Corporia, Genevieve Hrencher, Vivian O'Dell. X Iune Scott and Edwin Watson enjoy themselves. Fanny Lou Lyman and Morton Walker are in the background. The popular orchestra furnished the music for the P.-T. A. Dance. At the P 'I' A Dance Bight-Refreshments are quite popular during intermission. Gordon Young drinks soda pop, While Stanley Bechtel just watches. 11411 ,,.- lx x W H x ll ti lil irq Page 40 Left to Right-Watson, Stites, Redding, Scott, Ferro, Bondon, Anderson, Baker, Walker, Wilson, Thompson, Patti. The Iunior-Senior Prom Committee was responsible for all arrange- ments for the Prom held May 3. The committee was composed oi mem- bers of both Iunior and Senior classes. The Class Day program, a lively and sparkling show, was made possible through the efforts oi this committee, who worked hard and long to make Class Day the day to be remembered. Left to Right-Mr. Sears, Miss Gherring, Mr. Jackson, Kerr, Miss Thompson, Schlichter, Baldwin, Miss Rouse, Smith. if' fTf'.f-:ft21T'11i::1f1i:'3 f-f,m7ip', -ff: 1'I'f'fLf'1-,fl-wfzgf' g. tif' -7 -, , V ' ' A t "1" 'l' ef, X Cadet Private Davis Cleans His Rifle Battalion Inspection-After School R. O. T. C. Includes Many and Diversified Activities 4-Bt0"H99 First in the morning rifles must be cleaned and buttons polished. During their respective hours the cadets take up such interesting subjects as First Aid Scouting and Patrolling. Combat Principles Guard Duty and Map Read- ing. After school they may tire on the range, take part in a Battalion Parade, or practice the steps in marching. Page 41 Two of the major interests are the Rifle Team and the Rifle Club. Here is a typical scene on the firing range. Sgt. Healy is at the scope ready to tell the cadet when and why he misses. Below. the target pit may be seen. W mmm The whole cast of the Varieties sang "God Bless America" as the grancl fn 5 finale ot this year's show. Here they are shown just before the fall of the curtain. The popular orchestra, which furnished the music, is shown in the orchestra pit. l Page 42 V ,fy ,f ' Dorothy Baker with her Virginia Carta Bill Merrill sings his way into "apple for the teacher." tapping and smiling. the hearts of his audience. V . f i 4 Q E ? l l l I l l l I 1 i I 1 ' LaVerne Davis whis- tles "The Man with the Mandolin" while way into Iimmy Brown plays Ludience, the "maI1Cl0li1'1." 1 .xl- The Viking Varieties proved a success again this year under the direction of Mr. Nevin E. Was- son. The Varieties show was originated in 1935 by Mr. Walter French, former band director. Tap dances, vocal solos, and novelty numbers make up the program. The music critics attending the show this year agreed that Martha Bosenquist, vocal soloist, was the high light of the program. Marian King dances her way to the World's Fair. Bill Breidenthal, mas- ter oi ceremonies. tells tall tales. I 1 Qannfw- 'ui -7 ,,' " K Page 43 P , , VA-A 1- .1.1v,....' - ,-1' , -",' .. . ..4 Y ,.. . v-1-.jf V1-fn , , K f L , ' Z 'V 4 f 1 2, ff , ,, 5 - ff 47 Q 'av ,0Q' fm ,mf ., av ,' 14 Z ' ,, w .., H 1 i l i E, E Q ma.. Q A 4 X Lunch time must be interesting, at least, to some of the well- known athletes. ax 4 X ,Knew-f lhhn.uL.u.u.-W. ,, .. 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V s ,, ' . 0 5 1 . t 1 1 1 , ' 1 Q ' , ' .w ' 1 1 0 1 1 1 , . . I , . A 1 1 - 11.1 ij!! tn' 1- 7737 'l L C' 1. SOME WGRKERS FOR THE NOR EASTER Right: Shirley Ann Parks, editor- in-chief, and Baxter Watson, busi- ness manager, at work in the peace and quiet of the Staff Room. Rose Marie Thomas, book- keeper, is typing. These are the Nor'easter advisers, who have given much of their time in order to supervise the organization of the an- nual. They are Mr. G. S. Marsh, chair- man of the faculty committee: Miss Mable Newitt, art adviser: Miss Anna Pile, class adviser: and lVlr. Fred H. Green, business adviser. Mr. Marsh has been faculty chairman for two years and a member of the committee for seven years. Miss Newitt has been supervising the art work for ten or more years, Miss Pile has been class adviser for at least ten years, and Mr. Green has handled the business end for two years. Page 46 r ,Q L K7-7-Ay f Left: Nor'easter artists at work in the Art Room . . . Dorothy Lawrence tupper leftl is giving instructions to members of the Art Committee, who are busily at work cutting and pas- ting up the page lay-outs. :,E -1k:'Iw-egg?-gr,'::'fg+:' f 1. w,,.f,..z,+ggL,3'5Q11 .-e sts at m . . . tupper ictions e Art busily :I pas- y-outs. Shirley Ann Parks Editor-in-Chief The lffot eadtet .Sgt Iune Scott Co-Art Editor Eunice Iohnson School Life Editor Leona Wescott Locals Editor Dorothy Lawrence Co-Art Editor y Betty Anne Peterson ' Senior Editor Phyllis Mayfield Iunior Editor Ieanne Rogers Sophomore Editor Robert Nitz R. O. T. C. Editor Reaves E. Peters, Ir. Boys' Sports Co-Editor Robert Wodell Boys' Sports Co-Editor vnmnmsa 'Hg Girls' Sports Cifgitor Velma lean Helms Girls' Sports Co-Editor if Baxter Whtson Business Manager Gloria Matson Instrumental Editor Sue Iohnson Vocal Music Editor A "A J Lois Ieanne Baker Photographer Milton Harriman Photographer William Carroll Advertising Manager Imogene Hamilton Typist Frances Grego Secretary Rose Marie Thomas 1,411 Bookkeeper 1 JR, ,ff iff, 1 Page 4 7 I' THE NORTHEAST COURIER SOME NEWSWRITERS IN THE STAFF ROOM The Northeast Courier, a weekly newspaper, is published more than thirty- two times a year, under the supervision of Mr. G. Sherman Marsh, who has been the newswriting teacher for nine and one-half years. The Courier is printed al- most exclusively in the school print shop by the classes of Mr. O. W. Kunz. NORTHEAST COURIER STAFF-First Semester Editorial Staff-Co-Editors: Maree Baker and Ioey Bondon: News: Betty Cutter, Adele La Rock and Shirley Breuer: Features: Lucille Chiavola, Fanny Lou Ly- man and ldamae Ferris: Sports: Bob Wodell, lack Carpenter, Betty Morse, Angela Frank: Make-up: Frances Giesy and Philip Nesbitt: Copy: Gloria Webster, Bar- bara Bjorkman and Mary Louise Schvveer: Proof Readers: Dick Howery and Madeline Keifer: R. O. T. C. Editor: Paul Scott: Music Editor: Betty Pace: Dra- matics: Marilyn Allen: Manual Arts: Ianet Sloan: Domestic Arts: Gloria Novello: Commercial: Verlin Peace: Societies: Mary Arlund. Business Staff-Business Manager: Eugene Sellers: Advertising Manager: Felice Gimigliano: Circulation Manager: Don Redding-Assistants: Iuanita Clan- ton, Billie Fletcher, Mildred McManus, and Bernadine Fleming. I 1 First Semester Courier Staff: Bottom Row-Cleft to right? Webster, Biorkrnan, Fleming, Breuer, Peace, Chiavola, Arlund, Schweer, Keifer, LaRock, Bondon. Middle Row-Frank, Morse, Allen, Baker, Sloan, Pace, Lyman, Clanton, Fletcher, McManus, Cutter, Novello. Top Row-Mr. Marsh, Howery, Sellers, Carpenter, Wodell, Redding, Nesbitt, Scott, Gimigliano, Giesy. vxndr' FAFF ROOM aan thirty- has been lbrinted al- W. Kunz. :tty Cutter, ,y Lou Ly- se, Angela ebster, Bar- awery and Pace: Dra- .a Novello: Manager: anita Clan- THE SECOND SEMESTER STAFF Bottom Row--tleft to rightl Mason, Gendler, Lawrence, Harriman, Settle, Morrow, Young, Allison, Langwcrthy. Middle Row-Hess, Bear, Carroll, Larson, Ware, Palma, Sellers, Thompson, Tuccillo. Top Row-Patton, White, Glorioso, Whittle, Thornton, Dull, Stiles, Dunning, Mr. G. S. Marsh. Shirley Settle checks Charles Thornton's copy The newswriting course is a full-year subject for which two solid credits in English can be earned. The first half of the year is devoted to learning the principles of journalistic writing and in preparing copy for print. In the second half, the students write and edit the copy and publish the newspaper. The course may be substituted for English 5, but not for English 6. NORTHEAST COURIER STAFF Editorial Staff-Editor-in-Chief, Mildred Gend- ler: Associate Editors: Doris Alilson, Bob Pierce, and Paul Whittle: News: Shirley Settle, Wesley Galloway, and Betty Ohlsen: Features: Peggy Thompson, Dorothy Lawrence, Ted Dull and Elizabeth Young: Make-up: Margaret Mason: Copy: Betty Langworthy, Mary Sellers, and Iames Bohn: Boys' Sports: Reaves Peters, Bob Hess, and Marvin Hume: Girls' Sports: Geneva Larson and Shirley Morrow: Proof Readers: An- geline Palma and Kathryn Purtle: R. O. T. C. Editors: Dwight Dunning and Charles Thornton: Manual Arts: Ioe Glorioso: Domestic Arts: Mil- dred Harriman: Dramatics: Roger Mills: Music: George Allen White: Commercial: Louise Ware. Business Staff-Business Manager: William Carroll: Advertising Managers: Iohn Tuccillo, and Thom Bear: Circulation Manager: Charles Lannigan-Assistants, Mary Akers, Virgil Wood, and Beryl Patton. Page 49 1 1 l 1 I I H l E . 1 4 I r i! r l V It in .W --..., 1 3 I The Marching Band X in Formation w Q X The Band Does Its Part Ward Breidenthal beats out a march at the football game. Ward is student di- rector and president of the band. He resigned all other offices to devote his time to music. To Make a Successful Formil Football Season 'er a Centre Babb' ll The three belles of the band casting coy glances at the cam- erman are Yvonne Hatchitt. Alice Bouch er, Gloria Matson. elles of ing coy e cam- Yvonne e Bouch tson. Forming the school let- T ter at the Northeast- Central football game. ln the two and one-half years that Mr. N. E. Wasson has been at Northeast, the band has made great advancement in the musical field. Last year the band won a first division rating in class A bands. This year the third annual concert was presented. Mr. N. De Rubertis, the guest conductor, directed his own number, "N iobe." He is Kansas City's most beloved musician. The climax of the con- cert Was a sightreading number, which was played Without any preparation. Merle Hamblin Struts His Stuff- The band is entering the regional contest and has expectations of Winning a first rating. They have put in overtime Working on con- The Marching Band is composed of thirty- eight members. They put on performances for the football games and the R. O. T. C. Circus. Merle Hamblin, Charles Aikens, and Benona Ball, twirled spectacularly at these Page 51 Mr. Nevin E. Wasson Page 52 Band Officers: tleft to rightls-Bingham, Bitter, Vose, Hamblin, Caruthers, Hatchitt, Soper. I The Band and Orchestra Grow Up The band and the orchestra have made advancement over last year's organizations. Their membership has been increased by ten to twenty members. The band is pushing ahead. Winning a first rating last year spurred them on to enter the Regional Music Contest again. A1- most every day for two months the band assembles for practice at eight o'clock. Sight-reading numbers are attempted every day. The marching band, composed of twenty-eight members, per- formed ior the R. O. T. C. circus. They practiced before and after school for a number of weeks. The orchestra is working with the intent of entering the Regional Music Contest. A greater variety of instruments have been added. The orchestra furnished the music for the spring play. The popular orchestra met with success this year. It was fea- tured at the Viking Varieties. It also furnished the music for the school mixers. Ward Breidenthal was appointed director. Mr. Wasson put in many hours of work on the concert and con- test. He was at school at eight in the morning and stayed until late in the afternoon. He was proclaimed "a genius" by Mr. N. De Rubertis for his work with the Viking Varieties. 5 QW The Band The Band: Front Row: tleft to rightl-Doran, Powell, List, Van Hoy, Iohnson, Beeman, Kelly, Vose, E., Stevenson. Second Row-Bregg, Benney, Matson, Hatchitt, Davis, I., Aikins, Meyer, Watson, Hibdon, De Hardt, Waas, I., Ball, Stiles. Third Bow-Dierks, Caruthers, Boucher, Borchardt, Poppa, Hamblin, Curry, Ritter, Lay, Powles, Vose, B., Roberts, Boeth, Lukens E ssell Ross, Durrell, Olson . Y . . Fourth Row-Aldridge, Iohannas, Waas, A., Ienneccaro, Boucher, I., Butler, Otis, Eubank, Kyle, Haerer, Bingham, Elliott, Vaughan, Gore, Strickland, White, Izzard, Martin, C., Davis, B., Irish, Wodell, Green, Rohrs, Hartge. Fifth RowfMil1er, Mr. Wasson, instructor, Cain, Galbraith, Snider, Martin, Brown, B., Six, Soper, Reese, Breidenthal, Newman, O'Hara, Heilman, Glaze. Orchestra Officers: Cleft to rightl-Doris Porterfield, Harriet Rush, George Galster, Alice Lewis, Robert Welch, Martha Cain, Peggy Thompson. The Orchestra F The Orchestra: Front Row: Cleft to riqhtl-Lewis, Thompson, Galster, Welch. Second Row Floor-Porterfield. Songer, Smith. Brown, B., Rush, Sloan, P., Smoot, Richner, Sart- well, Hallquist. Third Row Floor-Newlon, Lackie, Cook, Kresse, I Means, Miles, Willoughby, Leath, Campbell, Bell. ff, Fourth Row -Elley, Somerset, Powles, Lahr, Sloan, I., Keys, Iohnson, C., Green, R0hIs. Fifth Row-Cain, M., Brown, Galbraith. Martin. Kolar, Krueger, Gross, Watson, Cain, I., Yeater, Connell, Mr. Wasson, instructor. Back Row-Stolp, Lloyd, Medlin, Iohnson, R., Roberts, Ioseph. Highest Honor Roll: Bottom Row -fleft to rightl Maurice Kelso, Shirley Parks, Margaret McCarty, Mildred Gendler, Dorothy De Grotf, Phyllis Stites, Paul Whittle. Top Row-Iack Canfield, Philip Nesbitt. GENERAL HONOR ROLLL Page 54 34100 ffiwfzar Senior Honor Roll: Top Row-Cleft to rightl Kerns, Kemper, Bush, Benny, Dierks, Whittenburg, Breidenthal, Kerr, Anderson, Bly, Tanner, Stumpt. Middle Row-Rosenquist, Mistretta, Marchesi, Bascio, Hatfield, Nagle, Peters, Carpenter, Lacki, Langworthy, Buford, Gibson, Ketchum, Davis. Bottom Bow-E. Iohnson, Wescott, Kiefer, Craig, Matson, Peterson, Bisceglia, Chiavola, Evans, McCarty, Simone, Newlon, Ware. Lower Group: Top Row-Hollis, Kurtiss, Gunn, Bregg, Watson, Nitz, Felz. Middle Row-Walker, Mahan, Stewart, Lyons, McCord, Alexander, S. lohnson, Lawrence, Thomp- son, Osborne, Seay, Somerset. Bottom Row-Ross, Arthur, Martin, Hamilton, Bagan, Grego, Haden, Bressel. The General Honor Roll consists of students who have made an "S" average in their studies during the year. To make the Highest Honor Boll a student must make "E" in each of his subjects. - -7 gj,,.,--V f,r,aF.,., f .4 ,L.,e-Tu f -'vi-mfrg ,, my ,Q .,-.-L--.. fl- .3-,. -i:Q?'lifJ11,'. sv .vu ! B-' Sophomore General Honor Roll: Bottom Bow-tleft to right? Sloan, Stephens, Ellsworth, Beard Lindsey, Matteson, Stawlin, Frank. Middle Row-Rogers, Welker, McCannon, Pruitt, De Shong, Godman, Ewing, Hale, Razer. Top Rowe-Entsminger, Eaton, Winn, Apple, Bryant, Houston, Nance, Hoverder. Iunior General Honor Roll: Bottom Row-Cleft to rightl Giesy, Huffaker, Mayfield, De George, Carlow, Staeuble, Beard, Morrow, Strunk, Shelton, Hanaway, Langworthy, Greenfield, Mannino, Weiland. Middle Row-Buzan, Lyons, Elley, Mason, Taulbert, Leslie, Bjorkman, Webster, Caine, Bruson Shepherd, Thurman, Allison, Mawby, Merrill. Top Row-Hayes, Bush, Iohnson, Pileggi, Woody, Mills, Iohannas, Bondon, Allen, Rohrs, Green, Pierce, Gautreaux, Thornton. The Parent-Teachers Association, organized for the purpose of promoting the Welfare of students, and strengthening the connection between the home and school, has been active in Northeast for many years. The Executive Committee is as follows: Parent Teachers Association: Sitting-tleft to rightl Mesdames Peterson, Thompson, Rush, Patter- son, Gilbert, Mr. Chapin, Mesdames Handy, Newlon. Standing-Mesdames Thornton, Vose, Cate, Polk, Stumph, Nelson, Otis, Baker, Iones, Bechtel, Dunkle. .iw at The Art Honor Society was organized here in 1935 for the promotion of a higher appreciation of art, the development of skill on producing art work, and to study the excellent art works in our city. After the students' art pieces are accepted for exhibit and if the student possesses all the other specified requirements, then he membership in this society. is eligible for Front Row: tleft to rightl Carol Seay, Virginia Dickinson, Beryl Hayner. Iune Scott, Frances Giesy. Betty Morse. Top Row: Edmund Runner, Ioe Smith, Morton Walker, Lawrence, Dale Trammell, Vincent Piraro. The Spring Play, "What a Life," a three act comedy by Clifford Goldsmith, was presented by the dramatic students. This was the first time that the play had been given in Kansas City. "What a Life" portrayed a typical problem child in a midwestern high school. This play is one of the most Lois Baker, Dorothy The Northeast Chapter of the National Hon- or Society is composed of forty-eight students chosen as members because of their high ranking in scholarship, leadership, service and character. Officers are as follows: president, Iames Gunn: vice-president, LeRoy Moyer: secre- tary, Betty Anne Peterson: treasurer, Robert Nitz. Row: Cleft to rightl Velma Iean Helms. Anne Peterson, Shirley Parks, Louise Ware, Deborah Kerr, Yvonne Ross, Irene Mc- Lucille Chiavola, Iune Lacki, Virginia Front Betty Carty. Mclntire, Dorothy Walker, Ianann Haden, Mr. Miller. Second Row: Mildred Gendler, Carmel Vivona. Beryl Hayner, Martha Rosenquist, Dorothy Lawrence, Maxine Gruner, Doris Allison. Margaret Tanner, Eunice Iohnson, Frances Grego. Third Row: Reaves Peters, Peggy Thompson, Phyllis Stites, Betty Cutter, Marian Lyon. Howard Kemper, Iohn Bush, LeRoy Moyer, Marilyn Martin, Walter Smith, Harriett Sebring. Fourth Row: Theodore Benney, Robert Nitz, Richard McClure, Iames Gunn, William Car- roll, Iack Canfield, Philip Nesbitt, Baxter Wat- son, Carl Iohnston, Don Vance. to right? Maxine Baldwin, Shirley Parks, Front Row: Cleft Maree Baker, Dorothy Walker, Mary Morton, Ardys Craig, Ierry Byrd, Verlin Peace, Wanda Davidson, Doris Allison. Middle Row: Marshall Leavitt, Tom Hall, Stanley Bechtel, Walter Dierks, Thom Bear, Ioe Daleo, Don Redding, Miss I-l successful that has been at Northeast in recent years. Back Row , n 7Shift'Vw55aq?f't.HJfilZ 11 Hon- tudents r high service Iames secre- Robert Helms. Louise me Mc- Virginia ten, Mr. Vivona, Dorothy Allison. Frances mpson. Lyon, Moyer, ebring. rt Nitz m Car- er Wat- .. 4:-v-w--fa NORTHEAST HAS A SAFETY PRUGRA M The Safety Pins were organized for the purpose of presenting the rules of safety in an interesting and entertaining way, through original plays. , The group broadcasting are Cleft to rightl Iohn Tuccillo, Paul Whittle, Dorothy Walker, Marilyn Allen, Betty Ohlsen, Iames Gunn, Charlana Taylor, and Iohn Schlicter. Betty Peterson, right, chairman of the Student Council Safety committee, by means of a traffic board explains the meaning of safety in driving. George Galster Cbelowl shows correct ways of parking While Richard Connell stands by ready to answer questions. Page 57 Bottom Row-tleft to rightl Metzig. Galloway, Redding, Merrill, M. Walker, Allen, Byron Hummon, M. R. Engle, Bondon, Carr, Gautreaux, Q. Bakke, Talbott, Nelson. Middle Row-Ricker, Rush, Hersh, Vose, Epperson, Mills, S. Walker, McCul1ey, Soper, Hall, Pokett, Patterson, Hornaday, Peters, Logan, L. Davis, G. Davis, Sanks. Top Row-Burton, Thomas, Weighill, Lloyd, Benne, B. Bakke, Nagle, Carpenter, Lembke, Watson, Rohrs, Galster, Schlichter. H1 Y Clubs Are Valuable Admnct to the School Sophomore Hi-Y: Top Row-fleft to rightl Mr. Byron Hummond, Duncan, Martin, Davis, Bingham, Mr. Chisholm. Bottom Row-Parmalee, Handy, Winn, H. Eaton, D. Eaton, Bruch. "The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain and extend the high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community." The Hi-Y Club has had a very successful year, offering a pro- gram of interest and value to all its members. Mr. L. P. Engle, faculty adviser of the club has given much of - his time to this group. Page 58 pry' '1qJv"""T,'n'11' 'f ' ' " "" L- ,-1' il ' ' 1 "Y vw.-,. v 1 ,. . f ,- --- -- -- - , . ve e .-.. . .. ...gan ., 1' ,-L J - , Mr, 'v F V, rf ,141 J 79:fv+ I In ' ,Hua h r -v +15-Q vw- pq- - 'fffftfitf-'-3E.11'r-'I?c5'f :gf-13f:ffr2f1::f:5'B1'.. ., if-em-:.+?::.?E::v:1-:iz Sex lea Mic Ma T01 Bei l Senior Girl Reserves: Bottom Row-Cleft to rightl Marguerite Hawkins, Deborah Kerr Ianann Haden Carol Seay Velma lean Helms, Miss Agnes Engel, Betty Peterson, Gloria Matson, Shirley Parks, Lois Baker Eunice Iohnson Carr Middle Row-Leona Wescott, Fanny Lou Lyman, Mary Iane Anderson, Alice Chatman Aileen Reeder Norma Veal May Kelly, Vivian Allen, Nadine Pugh, Mary Lewis, Marcell Lukens, Lucile Newlon ters Top Row-Virginia Weighill, Vivian Pecoraro. Clara lane Dods, Marjorie Edmonson Martha Rosenquist Betty Io Berryhill, Madonna Michaels, Marian Lyon, Iean Esther Walinov. Iunior Girl Reserves: Top Row-Cleft to rightl Miller, Scott, Kline, Mayfield, Doran, Stites, Younkin, Palmer, Fray, Staeuble, Lyon, Taylor. Second Row-Ward, McCann, Taulbert, Leslie, Sims, Hill, Pennington, Vance, Haerer, Smith, Roberts, Cummings, Ward, Anderson, Breuer, Giesy. Bottom Row-Elley, Lloyd, Stubbs, Carey, Miller, Shepard, Watts, Purtle, Mor- row, Hickey, Caruthers, Vose, Young, Cutter, Wilson. GIRL Miss Helen Faye Fair, Secre- RESERVE tary of the Y. W. C. A.. who gives much of her time to the CLUBS Girl Reserve Clubs. - Sophomore Girl Reserves: Top Row-Cleft to rightj Wescott, Rutledge, Wade, Praeger, Sarver, Rogers, Galbraith. Middle RowfDe Groif, Whitaker, Johnson, Godman, Wilcox, Razer, Otto, Mack Bottom Row'-Crenshaw, Eubank, Shelton, Iones, Powell, Hatfield, Ewing, Samp son, Iohnson. ' ff JF +I, . 1 NoRTHEAsT's PEP CLUB gk A Valuable Asset to the School J J fl fi 4, , 4 gvyrnwf, .Q 52 Pav PEP PEP P ?E.-P PE? PEP' Pep Club: Bottom Row--Cleft to rightl Michaels, Stubbs, Marchesi, Ratcliif, Vance, Edmonson, Freddy Pep, Thompson, Wollam. Stewart, Anderson, Colliver, Dods, Whelan, Allen, Gosney, O'De1l. K, Middle Row-Miss Hortense Miller, sponsor, Walter, Hoverder, Mistrettai ilW3Sloan, Sartwell, McElroy, Hanaway, Hinkle, Dunkle, Noland, Twist, Likins, Lyon. '1- Top Row-Stumpf, Tomilson, Weighill, Walinow, Gable, Manning, M.fSi'nith, Sprink, Rosenquist, Alexander, Seward, Hayner, Gruner, Annis, P. Sloan. l J ' I , ,, , g ., A 2 1 lllv if ' 1 .v"' T L' ' "tt' f , I ' I g" I ng, l y lsrf r gf , f - -f,. -5, The Alpha 1913, is the The purpos ial life and ings. The r -"to be rat are gold ar Irma Wriglt Northeast Socl ham, Duane Q Harry Duncar fith, Iames G Second Row- Marshall Leaw North, lack Pi Bottom Row- Stanley Walk Philip Wynn, ' -A. gr l if 4 Pep Club: Bottom Row-tleft to right? Watts, Shepherd, Salyer, Bright, Croppgjs Smith, Milan, Freddy Pep, Stites, Taylor, Markel, - Marrow, Lahr, Frazier, S. Austin, McHenry. . Middle RowfMiss H. Miller, Stumpf, Baker, Hill, DeWeerdt, Richman, Clark, George, Hickey, McCormick, Harriman, Coulter, in .--.'.,. Z F Butterfield, Thurman, Bennett. ' s:--" Top How-Lloyd, Nordberg, Straw, Kearney, Gates, E. Austin, Anderson, Walter, Beard, Staeuble, Shoemaker, Pitt, Henkel, Rickert, C, Jeter. Page 60 -ff J wr 1 H4 FEI?-'fl 'i it ' " ZLIWJSNHW ' fs'i.r fu.n4-,-'.-e---nrt'242.p1.e:r.l:2".',z:r.:r: a'af""a,N-we-vt v :gy V S07 V235 .V V If A 1 ' :'fVl'i7 181, W 1' " .AL N' V J' .. PEP Wollam, Dunkle, Gruner, , Markel. Coulter. , Rickert, . ,Nh . FW V' , . , . 64, V V t V- VVV .ar ijt' Q Y V rv' Q. V Ag., iw' . is ,af A V ,. j . ig., in I Q V . VV Q 5 V " . '- " Vfsgi ,K : ' VV- -V -c V V iz VVVVVVJ .. . t, E ,. . V . ra, 4' V ' 'P-V. V fi n V rf: .. . V-VV in VM: - . V ' 'fr " lr 1 ' i , V: rv ', , A NMI? V V :sf V..tVVGVV. 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Northeast Society of Debate: Tow Row-Cleft to rightl Bob Bing- ham, Duane Bryant, Ioe Davis, Walter Dingman, Neal Doran, Harry Duncan, Wallace Gautreaux, William Gray, Robert Grif- fith. lames Gunn, Russell Handy. Second Row-Norman Hildreth, Walter Houston, Ernest Izzard, Marshall Leavitt, Roger Mills, Paul Nance, Philip Nesbitt, lack North, lack Parmerlee, George Polk, Don Hailey. Bottom RoweEclward Seay, Robin Strickland, Morton Walker, Stanley Walker, Baxter Watson, Eugene Weighill, Bob Wodell, Philip Wynn, Ray Yeater, Mr. Charles Burke, Sponsor. X Alpha: Top Row-tleft to rightl Emadell Austin, Maree Baker, Barbara Bjorkman, Betty Bright, Shirley Clark, Pat Crenshaw, Madora Cropper, lane Davidson, Dorothy DeGro!f, Virginia Stewart, Betty Welker. Second Row-Lois Doran, Mildred Gendler, Ieaniah George, Alice Godman, Harriet Grant, Carrie Harger, Mildred Harriman. Betty Hickey, Betty Huiistutter, Myrle Viles, Mavis Whitaker. Third Row-Eunice Iohnson, Virginia Iohnson, Deborah Kerr, Ann Kirchherr, Marjorie Klein, Doris Lloyd, Margaret Miller. Edna Moody, Shirley Morrow, Audrey Ward, Pat Wilcox. Fourth How-Margaret McCarty, Shirley McCormick, Elizabeth McDaniels, Bettie McHenry, Lucile Newlon, Vivian O'Dell, lean Page, Shirley Parks, Betty Peterson, Louise Ware, Gloria Web- ster. Bottom Row-Kathryne Purtle, Ieanne Rogers, Harriet Rush, Ioanne Rutledge, Mary Schweer, Carol Seay, Shirley Settle. Pixie Somerset, Norma Stephens, Miss Irma Wright, Sponsor. The Northeast Society of Debate, organ- ized in 1913, is the oldest boys' society in the school. The purpose of the society X is to promote work and interest in debate .V and literary activities. The motto is "Possum quia posse videntis"-the colors are red and black. The Debaters are the brother society to the Alphas. Mr. Charles Burke is their adviser. - V 'VW , x ' ,,., .- ,, V , ,,.,.. V , V ,. .,,V , . , ,.., .,-,, Y , ...V , ,V ,, M, .,.,.,, , -V.. 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Clionian: Top Row-Cleft to rightl Marilyn Allen, Mary Anderson, Anita Boone, Shirley Breuer, Emily Burton, Mary Bynan, Betty Caruthers, Alice Chatman, Iuanita Clanton, Betty Colliver, Maxine Cummings. Second Row-Ioan Cundiff, Betty Cutter, Delores DeShong. Erlyne Eubank. Margaret Ewing, Kathryn Field, Louise French, Helen Fuller, Bettie Gal- braith, Frances Giesy. Ianann Haden. Third Row-Marguerite Hawkins, Helen Iohnson, Fanny Lyman, Marcia McCann, Mildred McManus, Frances Merrifield, Patty Powles, Connie Praeger, Vivian Ratliff, Sally Razer, Aileen Reeder. Fourth Row-Ethel Roberts, Shirley Sampson, Iune Scott, Neva Lee Shelton, Pat Sims, Margery Stubbs, Pauline Taulbert, Eva Marie Vose, lane Wade, Leona Wescott, Lorine Wescott, Bottom Row-Phyllis Wilson, Marion Zimmer, Elizabeth Young, Miss Wini- ired Weatherman, Sponsor. The Benton Literary Society, the second boys' society was organ- ' ized in 1921. The purpose of the '-society is to stimulate interest in Benton: Top Row-Cleft to rightl Quentin Bakke, Shirley Beagle, Tom Bear., g -.flnerature and to 'm e the Stanley Bechtel, Theodore Benney, William Carroll, Walter Dierks, George 'Q ' , , -1 prov Galster, Thad Gilbert, Richard Iohannes, Alfred Kalen. so ?l1Iera1'Y ab111tY of 115 members- 1'NThe motto is "ln hoc si no vincemus"- Second Row-Richard Kern, Wallace List, Evan Lloyd, Robert Nitz, Bob ill X g Patterson, Reaves Peters, George Pickens, Bob Pierce, Clair Pokett, loseph Iffglis Sign We Conquer." The colors are Rainey, Don Redding. X blueik and gold. The Bentons are brothers Bottom Row-Edmund Runner, Grover Speers, David Strickland, Hudson -4 f ' ,,l wif , 55 ,AV , f ff 7 ,l if has V4 xg f f V ' 2751 The ized in is to : both s Theta The cc iris. M Delta: T1 ty Clegt Bettie B1 Betty Wi Second poria, M Guillcey. Catherin Third R rick, Fra Lapsley Fourth l Frances Moore, Bottom Porter. Sanders M .,,... A Lv . . . 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Sag o , X ,V ,SV , I i N- , A : V ,. - P, - f t W ,t , .,, ,ZX ' ,V-'Sf 'Wow Ti ft Ljf 4 L. ' ft f"1 if r V!! ly 7 W ,W , A wg, ' F X 5 Q :5g,,,,o...v r:5',-g.p-t..:1I7-.r,...- 1, v fQ,,',.+1-,5. ,'-y-H -f -an Q. '..ff" 'jf LL' 1.12. it- :-iofgfa-i't,g, 7 .- J- . ,, It 1--, :.,?,o,L-.,1':r.m',,,,.?, ,v rson, Anita zhers, Alice 'ne Eubank. Bettie Gal- ian, Marcia les, Connie Lee Shelton. lane Wade, Miss Wini- -cemus - olors are brothers e adviser 'Q-4.44 gal ,Ing Q1 W1 my The ized in 1921. The purpose of the society ' , is to stand for all the higher aims in both scholarship and social life. The 'M- Theta motto is "Knowledge is Power." The colors are blue and white, and the flower, the iris. Miss Mary Ruth Iacobson is the adviser. Society was organ- 'fr Delta: Top Row-Cleft to rightl Doris Allison, Merle Anders, Bet- ty Clegg, Catherine Bascio, Elizabeth Beard, Virginia Beard, Bettie Brislin, Marie Browne, Kathryn Church, Margaret Tanner, Betty Wise. Second Row-Leora Church, Normajean Clay, Angelina Cor- poria, Mary Elkins, Kathleen Elliott, Dorothy Greenfield, Mildred Guilkey, Betty Hale, Margaret Hale, Peggy Thurman, Miss Catherine Neumann, Sponsor. Third Rowe-Nannette Hanaway, Lois Hatfield, Margaret Hed- rick, Frances Ieter, May Kelly, Corinthia Lapsley, Fonscene Lapsley, Beverly Leslie, Rose Marie Marchesi, Norma Veal. Fourth Row-Margaret Mason, Lillian McCord, lane McDonald, Frances Miceli, Louise Minor, Annabelle Mistretta, Constance Moore, Clara Murray, Norma Olsen, Helen Walker. Bottom How-Virginia Osborne, Gennylenn Pickel, Dorothy Porter, Evelyn Porter, Nadine Pugh, Yvonne Ricketts, Mary Sanders, Martha Seufert, Helen Staeuble, Doris Vlleiynd. 'Q -5.0, ,J Theta: Top Row-Cleft to rightl Dorothy Baker, Lois Baker, Maxine Baldwin, Elizabeth Boland, Betty Breibeck, Virginia Carta, Stella Cook, Doris Ellsworth, Freda Frazier, Alta Friend Betty Grantello. Second Row-Maxine Gruner, Colleen Hatfield, Velma Helms, Mickey Hoverder, Bonnie Kiefer, Iune Lacki, lean Lahr, Betty Langworthy, Beatrice Lehman, Edna Likins, Marian Lyon. Third Row-Alice Markel, Shirley McCannon, Marilyn Martin, Phyllis Mayfield, Gwendolyn Minter, Betty Ohlsen, Betty Riley. Patsy Salyer, Peggy Shepherd, Mary Short, Phyllis Stites. Bottom Row--Edith Stumpf, Charlana Taylor, Peggy Thompson, Betty Vance, Ruby Van Marter, Frances Watts, Miss Ruth Iacobson, Sponsor. , 1 The Delta Literary Society was or- ganized in 1921, one of the young- A er societies in the school. The . ur ose of the Deltas is to pro- fnnog the literary ability of its mem- - ' bers, and to uphold the ideals of Northeast. The motto is "Always faithful." The colors are green and white, and the flower is the lily of the valley. Miss Grace Neumann is the adviser. H t .'...a , 5 . ,. , ,,,f,,,5, t 1 il t-..,. gi if ,. ,... - 1 , . , .r .. t'.l l 7 ,.-- 'ft ' l ' MN 1 New 09" I W Af yzfff 9 Q -ttt "'1 ff iirl t . my 1 I 0,6 435 was 2915, 5 M454 if, 4... fi of Z 1 ggi, wk Wfyf f 5' ff X f W Wa? 4? X yrgzfff yg W ff fy M ,W K' W f ff! fit ,507-nf ,iw ,lik-V 157 X f 'ml swung fwxm xJ!dX M 4 Z WM 'Z' XS x XX X il 5 it X XXX XX rm WV ff W x. ts ,,y I A Front Row: tlett to rightl Frances Giesy, Bettie Galbraith, Bettie McHenry, Marna Ewing, Erlyne Eubank, Margaret Mason, Doris Allison, Frances Watts, Phyllis Stites, Morton Walker, Robert Nitz. Middle Row: Ellafern Stevenson, Louise Ware, Dolores De Shong, Mary Louise Schweer, Nanette Hanaway, Vir- ginia Osborne, Elizabeth Boland, Thom Bear, Philip Nesbitt. Back Row: Mildred Gendler. Deborah Kerr, Marian Lyon, Kathryn Church, Shirley Beagle, Don Redding. Literary Contest Winners I DECLAMATION ORATION ESSAY POEM SHORT STORY Gold Betty Lee McHenry Louise Ware Paul Whittle Marna Ewing Deborah Kerr Alpha Alpha School-at-Large Clio Alpha Silver Don Redding Roger Mills Philip Nesbitt Ellafern Stevenson Elizabeth Boland Benton Debater Debater School-at-Large. Theta Bronze Dolores DeShong Erlyne Eubank Margaret Mason Doris Allison Frances Giesy Clio Clio Delta Delta Clio The six Literary Societies provide a major part ot the social life at Northeast. The societies were formed for the purpose of developing literary ability and ap- preciation. The first society, Alpha, was organized for girls in 1913. Since then, several have come and gone, but now, six exist, tour girls' societies, Alpha, Clio, Delta and Theta, and two boys,' Benton and Debater. Each society has requirements for membership, an adviser, and a constitution of its own. There are two major events in which all societies participate. The Inter-Society Dance, held in the fall of each year, and the annual spring Literary Contest. Page 64 This year the Inter-Society Dance was held on Fri- day, December 1, 1939, in the gymnasium with music furnished by the "Missourians." During intermission, punch and wafers were served. The "Lit" Contest, held April 19, was the climax of the year with each society dressed in their particular colors, according 'to its own selection, and singing original songs. Each society has two social events, one during each semester. They frequently are luncheons, line-parties, and picnics. Mr. G. W. Davis, vice-principal, is the chairman ot the faculty advisers tor the societies. ., T 'CT' " 'W 'E 45+-J J gf-rf--r 1-every ,m me 60165 of lffonttkeast Student Clubs play an important part in the school life. They are among the most valuable organizations in North- east. They were organized for the pur- pose of supplementing the regular class study. These clubs not only encourage study in various subjects but they also promote the interest of the student along certain lines. They are used, by the stu- dent as a means of social contact and provide an opportunity for him to put his knowledge into a practical use. A student may join only one club during the semester. These clubs meet bi-weekly. A membership in a club is, indeed, something of which to be proud. Northeast has three language clubs, French, Latin, and Spanish. These clubs were organized because of the stu- dents' desire to acquaint themselves further with the songs, manners, cus- toms of the countries whose language they are studying. The Art Club, organized to develop a more extensive appreciation of art, gives the student a chance to specialize in many types of work which are not carried on in the regular class study. With the purpose of assisting the pupils further in their speech work, the Dramatic Club was organized in 1918. It has been very helpful with school plays, assemblies, and special programs. Newly organized this year was the First Aid Club, under the direction of the school nurse, Miss Brown, and physiology teacher, Miss Maude McEl- wain. The girls are taught how to care for simple injuries and apply all types of bandages. The Printers Club develops more in- terest in printing and the relative in- dustries, and acquaints printing students with one another as well as with people actually in the industry. The Physiography Club, first organ- ized as the Mineralogy Club, was en- larged to include some astronomy, structural geology and the study of fos- sils. The program of the Commercial Club consists of business talks, readings and visits to some places of interest. Their slogan is "Efficiency Wins." The mem- bership in this club is limited to mem- bers who have had some form of com- mercial work. Certainly the advisers of these numer- ouslclubs are to be thanked for the time and efforts which they have given for the development of the clubs and we congratulate them for that which they have accomplished. Under such organizations as the Stu- dent Clubs the interest in school studies is bound to increase. An opportunity for leadership is offered through the club and a general betterment of the student is effected. May the clubs of Northeast continue their advancement and provide even greater opportunities in the future. Y ' . , ,- - J :YQ -', 'Zn-' jg,,,-,g,,.fL:'- - 1 V -..R,,,, ' ' "S """ '3 7"'f 'llfnilrli-':l'f"f '.--'--'71 --" i'."" W5 'T'lILfufff'9'5'f5"" " Printers Club: CTopl First Row-Cleft to right? Friend, French, Becker. Second Row- -Coldsnow, Colliver, Boone, Mahan, Smith, Gerrity, Streeter, Bressel. Ferro, McManus. Third Row-Swayne, McCorkle, Keller, Martin, Hatfield, Howard, Mr. Kunz. Dramatics Club: fMiddleD Bottom Row-lleft to rightl Chatman, Walker, De Shong, Allen Walker, Baldwin, Baker, Craig. Middle Row-Davidson, Byrd, Taylor, Gosney, O'Dell, Pitts, Lapsley, Miss Helen Hobbs, Bruch, Nance, Burton, Gautreaux. Top Row-Dierks, Ring, Patterson. Redding, Hall, List. Art Club: fBottomJ First Row-tleft to right? Carpenter, Miller, Cutter, Young, Finn, Morse. Second Row Bynan Thurman Field Sims Giesy Haer rv Breibeck, Berryhill, - . . . , , e Lehman, Euiou, Baker, Howell, Medlana, Miss Newitt.. Third Row-Hornaday, Walker, Piraro, Lewis. 735, Jw 5 wk Q W 3 az. x 4 W an , C , f 'i W 5 ,fy , 5" 5 ' at. 1, f , 2 ,b V ,, M , ,gg M if 5 Q HMM YN , 1 A-ex In S In ' ' P Y """"'V' ":""Fi ---""""' fx ""' "H -1-..,-.ey-ff fr - ---...f-- --4, ,i-- Y - .'..-,-...,. . -..V x,,,... 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Lloyd, Gendler, Lyon, Stites, ' Mills, Benney, Nesbitt, Schutz, Weiland. Lewis, Galbraith. Second Row-Boyle, Anderson, Mason, Nix, Seufert, Morrow, Ward, De George, Richner, Knight, G. Sorensen, Carlow, Heims, Miss Miller. Back How-Yeater, Strickland, Roper, F. Sorensen, Palma, E. Lloyd, Colborn, Berry, Beard, Whittle, Maddux, Mawby, Absentees-Banks, Bechtel, Cummings, I. Farris, Hildreth, Parmerlee, Vaughn, L. Wescott. Spanish Club: Front Row-Cleft to rightl Doran, Elliott, Trainor. Back Row-Snook, Wilson, Iaques, Ionscher, Somerset, Pecoraro, Teeter, Miss Bell, Caldwell, Corporia, Kemper, Prussia. L1 F856 1,-,X I 5 , J, A W 2+YvvA-?..i C Q9 Quo fa-TS I wr Q ? i 1 Q5 R Q at Y' bl lx X First Aid Club: fTopJ First Row-tleft to rightl Bascio, Leslie, Faulconer, Martnino, Rush, Miss Brown, Shiner, Williams, Allen. Second Row-Short, Hutfaker. Miss McElwain, Austin, Corporia. Physiography'Club: CMiddleJ First Rowfffleft to rightl Wade, Lindsey. Second RowfMiss Baxter, Landes, Likins, Hood, Colville, Ohlsen, Leslie, Iohnson. Third Row-Hamblin, Allen, Galster, Hurr. Absentees-Copple, Iohns, Minor, Galloway. Commercial Club: CBottornD First Row-Cleft to rightl Taulbert, Fleming, Annis, Fordyce, Mr. Coleman. Second How-Hamilton, Thomas, Kusick, Davis, Eubank, Kelso, Hertzfield, Iohnston, Gileggi. 1 f- N uf SJ vw 6 :ft mf l ., ,, ,wK'2, 'f Wiififff 3 ks X Q 1? 'FT 1 S I I I f 1 F f 'rn'-::z6'.-1-513, ' . r,,. :,, ,.., 4 . 1 ,.,,, : V-wmv ' f-I-. . 11,5 S Wi H665 Eff C IV C B L. Th Iicartl deri llera nude good acqu nun prac lear gam Wate. NWN 4 Stage Crew-fleft to rightl Hoover, Thomas, Gimigliano, Marquis. Mr. Pinkney, Eagle, Freeling. Brummel, Orth, Medlin, Brock. STAGE CREW The responsibility of caring for all stage equipment is upon this group. Curtains, lights, furniture, and the public address system, are all taken care of by them. Without this competent crew assemblies would not run so smoothly. br A I hmmm Winning Annual Sales Team: Back Row-Cleft to rightl Mr. Green, Phil Davidson, Gil Carr, Iay Anderson, Charles Thornton, Ioseph Picone, Clarence Benne. Second Row-Wakata Buford, Maxine Gibson, Vita Mendolia, Mary Akers. Seated-Reva Mae Henkle, Betty Brislin. NOR'EASTER WINNING SALES TEAM A most unusual sales campaign was carried on between this group and Q 1 a their opponents, all members of Mr. Fred Green's salesmanship classes. The teams were "The Yokums" and "The Scraggs" of "Dogpatch": and they really fueded. The result of their efforts at the end of two weeks' campaign was more than 1000 Nor'easters sold. Page 70 '1 ,.,,, -wwf-1 'wvww HMQWHQQQ S I - X Thornton, 1059911 4 , 1 1 n 1 1 1 f , -.n p 1 Q n'5 by ,- 1 0 1 Q . , . 1 1 , ' ' , ' . ' . ' ' . " f , 1 1 , . , 1 . I I v I 5 p 4. '."' ..' , ,-', r'.- . - 1 1 - . ',- 1 1 .1 , 1 , '. . 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Swimming Palma Lee Fitzgerald, Hockey May Alexander, Volleyball Play days and inter-class tournaments were par- ticipated in by the girls in the physical education department this year. Ping-pong and hockey were played in the fall, followed by swimming, basketball and volleyball. Then, in the spring, baseball and individual sports held the spotlight. Q Modified sports have also become important in the physical education program for the girls who cannot take full activities. They play ping-pong, card games, deck tennis, Chinese checkers, and other quiet games. Only two play days were engaged in by the girls, basketball and volleyball at Manual, February 17, and baseball and individual sports Cping-pong, ten- nis, Chinese checkers, shuffleboard, and aerial dartsl at Southeast, May 4. Spurred on by the loss of one game to Westport in basketball in 1939, the Vi-queens won all their games in both basketball and volleyball. More than one hundred and thirty girls tried out. Since 1937, the first year play days were held, the Northeast teams have lost only three games and tied one. No other school can boast such a record. No baseball play day was given last year, but an individual sports day instead. So this year they were combined in order that more girls could take part. Since the individual sports day was at Southeast, there were no swimming teams as there were last ear. Y Success in the various sports in the 1939-1940 season was due to the supervision and coaching of Miss Nellie Stewart, head of the department, and Miss Vera Bland. Miss Stewart has charge of volley- ball, individual sports, and hygiene, while Miss Bland coaches hockey, basketball, swimming, and tennis. The student managers deserve credit for doing their jobs Cwhich are not the easy tasks some people think they arel faithfully, and for keeping the equip- ment in "tip-top" order. l Velma lean Helms, Basketball Lorene Allen, Baseball Page 75 I vi kfxkr, .. ,K V ,.. ,.-:A 13 .. , .-7 . -,HM Y , , Y ur' f, 7 ' 'fwvff-tm" ,,,,.a 1-. Y,,1,-gr,-m ,.r':'- ,'+,,.,-- Q...-.iq---f13,.5 ffrlffjf ' , ...A s -H4 9' 'X vm-fswaiesfqbf fi- Q ? Ml X . X 3 5 F fl H X5 X B X Q25 NSA X 1 Q ANDERSON ARNOLD EYSSELL I. C. MONROE The members of the 1939 football squad were each so out- standing that a thumbnail sketch of each will now be undertaken: Earl Cox, a former member of the Chillicothe High team, proved to be one of the hardest-hitting guards in the league. His running and blocking were expert. Eldon Wamsley, Earl's running mate, so measured up to the standards of the ideal guard that there was no room for comparison. Ioey Bondon played his first year of competition at guard and much will be expected of him next year. lack Carpenter played another year at tackle, doing a fine job stopping anything sent his way. Toar, as he is known by his friends, Was by the end of the season up among the best blockers and tacklers. Buck Logan played the majority of the season at left tackle. Buck was one aggressive play-stopper. Stanley Thomas and Iohn Monroe relieved the two. Gil Carr Was appropriately called Versatile because of his many accomplishments with the pigskin. He kicked and passed equally well. Iohn Lembke, playing his second year and com- ing back for more, gained a lot of experience which should prove valuable to the team next year as Well as this. TONY IASSO lx -ew-QM P139 ' MWC ' 4 W ' IOHN LEMBKE MEL MCCULLEY BOB HESS I I' ""T't 1T'iFj'::71ili"'.if?f'I?fi'T,fLT5.4:E':''fc ' "jf j'21Q'iTVQ J - " , Z la' Star no n fine Q1 the l field ing. M. Bob gam Ro lots 1 key i 1 i . 4 I i 1 E QUENTIN BAKKE IERALD PASCHAL IOEY BONDON ELDON WAMSLEY ' ' AAN, TQ, ,f yuv..l1,-'Ltf' l , ..-f,,f-""' Q l if' A STANLEY THOMAS ut- lay Andersonsf-gifeat 'lplaying earned him a berth on the All- an: Star team. Need We say more? Tall, blond Arnold Eyssell was by ed no means eclipsed by Iay's bright light. Iay and Arnold played ng fine games at center position. FJ 1191 Quentin Bakke was one of the most outstanding members of VHS the backtield. Coming here from Des Moines, he took over the of tield generalship and guided the team to its scond place stand- !a1'. lo? Mel McCulley Was a fine exponent of halfback and he, with hls Bob Pierce at the other position., piled up the yardage with every ers game. . at fe-Y Ronald Holliger played fullback for a second season, showing lots oi speed and power. Tony Iasso was another mainstay at the h, key position with lots ot ground gaining line bucks to his credit. is sed om- ove IACK CARPENTER A Wkffsmq mv, M My may 4 I 12.11 me f 5 V y 5 1 , lgrwgw df 'YZfZC'5fQ 1 X ..... wi ' ,W WD? ' , I, ' ' 7":.'i"v' fl, ' X 9 , ,', V ,, .. . ft R .ff 2 ..,. ,, .,.,, 4, V ., ff!MW'4'f4mw..,, ' W ' 4 RONALD HOLLIGER GIL CARR LEE SANKS BOB PIERCE Page 77 McCulley wards off a Southeast tackle as he skirts right end. Anderson and Iasso stop a hurdling Southeast ball-carrier. " ti is I 1 one tackler to Carr. Q i 5 i 1 fi 9 H t 1? 1! 4 11 35 Bondon and Pierce provide inter- ference ior end-skirting Holliger. 44 It takes more than stop .z: A agar .V Cox lays a lineman low while McCulley and Holliqer step off a tat gain. A complicated power play against East with Hol- liger and Cox laying into East's 16 while Wams- ley tries to hold another Easterner in check. Mc- Culley is the wind lugqer. Page 78 ol- TIS- 'Ic- uf-'rw' Y Holliger outruns many an East tackler as he clicks An opposing linebucker is iirma- bound under a barrage oi Vik- ings, including Pierce, Patterson. oil a nice gain. Bakke and Carpenier- McCulley fbelowl gets the once-over. Pierce 1241 looks for blockers while McCulley tries to slip by two threatening tacklers. As Pierce Kleft belowl fades back to pass, a Knight tries to hurdle Bakke. 3 Fx - . .M me kjllm ,W WN, WwwmM,47f"'1 , Q, . "" . A typical pile-up includes a Westport back, Carr ME 2 igAf,,4' and Bakke. Zfikf ' .J , ,,v , .inf-rg'-f ..' up at . I 4 it--,fr-r'-. .new ' A ij X , 1" 'xi' x fX'Z2f1?-L This is the Footbal1'Squad that came close to winning the Championship Front Row-Cleft to right? Ray England, Tony Iasso, Bill Rush, Burton Bakke, Iohn Lembke, Quentin Bakke, Iack Carpenter, Buck Logan, Ioey Bondon, lay Anderson, Bob Pierce, Gil Carr. Middle Row-Louis Cimino, Earl Cox, Bob Whittenburg, Eldon Wamsley, Chris Patterson, Mel McCu11ey, Gerald Paschal, Ronald Holliger, Ted Dull, Iohn Monroe, Arnold Eyssell, Bob Hess. Back Row-Tom Bear, Hudson Talbott, Loys Henderson, Wesley Galloway, Owen Ricketts, George Galster, Bob Wodell, Stan Thomas, Lee Sanks, Rod Cooper. Coach E. A. Markey showed the coaching abil- ity that won him champion- ship teams in the past when he lifted Northeast football from cellar posi- tion to the upper bracket. COACH MARKEY R Mr. D. L. Deniston acted as financial manager of all athletic act' ities for anoth- er succe 1' year. I ' MR. DENISTON Assistant Coach George Calvert undertook the job of turning the annual crop of greenhorns into mater- ial for next year's team. His assistance was a great timesaver to Coach Mark- ey. MR. CALVERT Page 80 - ..--T-f- V ,-....,--- -- X Right: Bird's 9Ye of tackling p1'aC'liCe. E Right: A seco scrambl Spencer porary sion of . if W4 V A' . - if C it -4' , vb JA -wi. '-., , 2 +51 A f- 5 Q1 A ' E295 I. ,, X -ff? - "" 'P ,wfzig r ,irwqs-1 gg ,, QV- fi, -f :gg 417, :I .21 g .pi z nip ' erson , ber of cu. 1-,safe Right: Bird's eye view at tackling practice. Lett: Coach Markey smiles at a passing photographer. the cov- ri. Iay's on both 1se was : as the ON Right: A second team scramble, with Spencer in tem- D01'arY posses- sion of the ball. S ,ff a an -ww-V gf . . Above: Assistant Coach Calvert tells the s e c o n d te a m boys all about the day's prac- tice plans. Paqe 81 -v' .-1.40" .4-QK1 ' 1 - R. tw Q r ,,A, f , ggwfztgl , aa X . , EEE Y . Q, I -'fix Xt N Y I 5 4 s , Sf tx Q 5 .X lx K is ' 5 , , :,. . r , ' fi ijfiii' ' , X5 ... J X 5 Q., A,-X , , in ,g - I .-i X- 2. -- f.,-. ...---7,-,-,Q AU,-1 F , 4.-.-f,,-5 NW.- "'f4.,-:rf-x13i4vf'f". :,':.Lv-.71-:gf-f't1.i"l:.-fi-"fs Wu, - -"'b'9-5394-5"ll:,f1-1'-zgvxrtfst'f"""""-fi' , if-0-'hr ja-fm ' " FRANK MILLER Front Row-Cleft to right? Coach R. E. Peters, Bob Pierce, Guy Davis, MELVIN MCCULLEY Melvin McCu1ley, Paul Wilson, Frank Miller. Back Row: Ronald Holliger, Reaves Peters, Quentin Bakke, Ted Alexopoulos, Bill Rush. WINNERS OF THIRD PLACE AFTER A BAD START The Viking basketeers fought an uphill battle this year, but ended the season successfully with seven victories against four defeats. The Norsemen were unfortunate in meeting a strong Wyan- dotte squad early in the season. But they recov- BOB PIERCE ered enough to beat William Chrisman and the p Alumni. They lost to Ward High. After losing to Southwest, a one point margin g nosed the Vikings out of a victory over Paseo. 1 If the victory had been Northeast's, a tie with Southwest for the championship would have been assured. y With the Paseo game, Northeast tasted de- 1 feat for the last time, Manual was turned back by a last-minute goal: and from there on, through the season, the Viking ship had clear sailing. Westport likewise was defeated, but this time our quintet rolled up an overwhelming score. The Vikings couldn't miss the basket and dis- played a strong defense in keeping the Tigers WARREN 1 from scoring. Student RONALD H01-LIGEH coAcH R. E. PETERS Page 82 ,,,,. Y Y A' v Y y-, , , ----,, W --7r-1- -'-- W ,'w'1r" " tl ' I I "If - fu-"lI"Litt1'I I- "2" Student Manager :alll d'l', v-4 ' 'Ir' ,,,, . . . - .V 7 ,i A ': H 1 y KVA ff ijr . Y - .----f.-,-----'---ef - '-"- ' - "' '-fa--, 1- ' " """ - W-f. - - -rv .- M 1. fir 1 +4 1- rv 'vrs' .R 41:11,-al-p-.I afc - -'-"0 x- A 1- 1.':7fw".'.' r :J-'x':rl"""' an ' 'Q- ' l- - -n- 7 1 vi 9 'HY A 4. .pal '41 4L"c. Playing their best game of the season, our purple clad war- riors defeated the Blue and White of Central 22 to 16. This sev- ered Central's four-game winning streak in the Interscholastic League. It was a rough and tumble affair with everybody on the floor at one time or another. Playing under such pressure, the Vikings were deemed to have a bad night. The Southeast game almost proved a catas- trophe for the local quintet: but, by a last quarter spurt, the Norsemen eeked out a victory. This game proved to be South- east's best during the season. The final game of the season was with East. The teams battled a see-saw War during the first half but Northeast, with her usual last half spurt, gained an easy victory. Final League Standings . School Won Lost Pct. Pts. O. P. Paseo .... . . 6 1 .857 170 133 Southwest . . . 6 1 .857 213 134 Northeast . . . . . 5 2 .714 171 147 Westport . . . . . 4 3 .571 203 169 Central . . . . . 4 3 .571 163 141 Manual . . . . . 2 5 .286 139 162 East .... . . 1 6 .143 127 181 Southeast . . . . . 0 7 .00 111 230 I GUY DAVIS REAVES PETERS BILL RUSH WARREN GULICK Front Row-Cleft to rightl Ioe Burke, Galloway, Bill Iohns, Paul Wilson, Basso. ' Lembke, Burton Bakke. Page 83 Back Row-Ted Alexopoulos, Bounds, Coach R. E. 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X , f ES, Bill Iohns, Bruce Williamson, Thad Gilbert, Clinton Layton, Leroy Buzan. While the Tennis Team did not finish at the top in the Inter-scholastic League, three of them, Thad Gilbert, Bruce Williamson and Bill Iohns Went far enough in the tourney to receive letters. Thad Gilbert captained this year's team. The Golf Team, captained by Reaves Peters, played four consecutive weeks on the Swope Park Course and played unusually Well. Thad Gilbert and Reaves Peters were the only veterans and the only lettermen on this year's team. QQZAMA Bill Merrill, Thad Gilbert, Reaves Peters, Milton Lewis Golf Team f . L.----....--r - " '-,fu --,-'f--- ..-if T .,-, -x----nw--y ' ' Lf- -11-"'+1""' V, ,I ,,J,-1 ,'V,,,.,. A , -t k fr, - ,L--'sw .n..-.-f,,.. ,Y,.-1--Y ,um - -5-fr '5W,1,,.1.1,1.-'.1f..t L ij' ,... . ni ,f, W ,J , 4' ff? if Whitt. the 100- his thii Meet tri 'I'he Se another 1 winning in the hig lLett to rig Bakke. ar ' 'ski 52 is 12 -1 15 it :5:':L':'fI ' Whittenburg Wins the 100-yard dash in his third Inter-class Meet triumph. The Seniors make another sweep by winning all places in the high hurdles. tLeli to rightj: Peters. Bakket and Curry. Davis and Bakke make a Senior sweep in the low hurdles. Glorioso outdis- tances his rivals in the 220-yard dash to help the Seniors ov- erwhelm the Iuniors. Q w W 1 MQW r, Q , N V sgvglwgeam, , ,.,, 1 ull" l 1940 TRACK SQUAD Front Row: Cleft to rightl-Marvin Hume, Charles Nelson, Bill Michler, Ted Alexopoulos, "Buck" Logan, Pohn Lembke, Quentin Bakke, Reaves Peters, Orville Curry, "Gil" Carr, Guy Thomas. Back Row: Harold Nugent, Earl Cox, Ronald Holliger, Ioe Glorioso, Bob Whittenburg, Paul Wilson, Harold Rohrs, Harry Playter. DUAL TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP 1. Northeast 2. Northeast- 3. Northeast 4. Northeast 5. Northeast- 6. Northeast 7. Northeast- ez so zfs 65 zfs 69 5X6 63 East-29 Southwest-40 1f3 Paseo-25 1 X 3 Central-21 1 X6 Southeast- Manual- Wm. Chrisman-28 Dual Meet Championship interscholastic League standing State Meet standing By winning the Dual Meet Championship, the Vikings show promise of being the city champions for the eleventh time in nineteen years. This year's team is an excetionally well- balanced squad, showing power in every event. The Viking Relay Team of Glorioso, Wilson, Holliger, and Whittenburg won the Kansas City High School Re- lay at the Kansas Relays in 1:33 Seconds. Wilson clears the bar in the high jump. Coach R. E. Peters looks for another cham- pionship team. The start oi the 880- yard run in the Inter- class meet. Frank Miller, the Siu :lent manager, -fm n. ll il ,- ff.-. . ...g--W... .--. - -. . ' '---M -: gg .,:.:-.A ,, ,- ,.1,:...-V-,.:.n.:.--. 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He is on the high- est honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society. The R. O. T. C., founded by the Morrill Act in 1862, is an organization stand- ing for and upholding the highest principles of American citizenship. The Kansas City regiment, under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Burr P. Irwin. PMScSfT, and Major Frederick F. Duggan, with 'Cadet Colonel I. E. Hunt and Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Robert Ehrlich in command has enjoyed a very fortunate year during 1939-40. The Northeast Battalion has always ranked high in the regiment as is shown above by the number of years it has been honor school. The battalion is in permanent or temporary possession of ten cups won for efficiency in theory and drill. The principal events of the year for the R. O. T. C. are the Circus, the Corps Area Inspection, and Field Day. 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BTOWYI- Page 95 'L 9 ' . , '.-. -H ., ,.f- LJ--N: M., -- 'JD'-, . , -:L5n,,,,,f-...ft J " ""Ek" A" -""" 'Qz'v1x..z.Z,."n- '- fm,:rJ15"- Lf-K-.1Z""' - ,, at Q.. s ,,1,,9,,,.,vf, .a.::..:.........4,,..,m.: tn-f...,,,..1.,........a..a,.f,MM,-..c..n . -,. -..-. ,. , . -- ., .. Board of Education Page 96 - ' 1' 1 R MR. BUTLER DISMAN MISS ANNETTE MOORE MR. IOHN L. SHOUSE Elected 1938 ViC9'Pf9Sidenl Assistant Superintendent Elected 1926 Elected 1929 MR. GEORGE MELCHER MR. LUDWICK GRAVES MRS. F. 1. WILSON President 1938 sl-1Pe1'inlend9nt Elected 1940 Elected 1936 Elected 1928 E Y MR. IRA S. GARDNER MR. ROGER C. SLAUGHTER MR- GEO- C- TINKER Elected 1936 Elected 1940 Secretary Elected 1930 I T-'J--V'-" '11 P' 71 'LL -" -'WNY' -,-+- 4+ fir' I vu, -M - Y- Y T , - -- 1 .,--' lf- A 1 .., 4 ,,,Ul,'fT.,,,,, .!ws'+"r-"JL T4 wr'-'4"Qf"" ,1.,.-4 "'T'f'1a 7-1, .,,f,. .,.'-1152 'R' 'ln' ff vp 3111 ' Fi' '. 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' a ' 1 A , ' ' ,Q , - - ,-- - .. "" J-1' 4 4-" "-G A ,,,g1i,.,..14ff.,yig ., :Na--1 '-if-" mg -H N' - '-"1:g.1f'-V . -J--P' ' 'ff"v'r," --'ff' P"-' 'H-v r'.sf.,s1'f-f --f f- - , m.,1..-nf.QMMaam,,,: ..,,.,..M.nf.m3Ff,zLm1zi:..'iI..-f.,vf1v:n lfJ.T, 11... 451-"VE-Lf-fi'-' fi, fys-'.frf""' ' Sophomore Class S THE years pass by, the sophomore class plays a greater part in Northeast, not only in size but in the activities. In clubs, societies, and other organizations one will find a sizable number ot sophomore representatives. lt appears that many of the "wiser" senior swains Wholly approve of the sophomore maidens. Look at who the R. O. T. C. Queen, Poster Contest Winner, members of the band, and second sport teams are. Why, they're talented sophomores who have proved their Worth already. of D V3 buf ,flu .XA 1 5 Page 98 "Q ,,.,g,u-"PW" -A' ' f, v W 11-1' '- y -. - 4 .-f- ,V - Y -- - H, . .,-, . ,, , ,, , , ,, ,, , , ll! i 4 in ...-U, ,..,.,?-5:.,,.!?,.-3 ,J ,. 1""'..,., f-3f,g1-73,3-::!Q7g::rQQ2g-gig 1Ll.:i:.:.,.i,,r-1-an-ggfgiiq ..,.Jf.-D5-35-1, 5L.:,z,gifgf1f5Z,,iv1T,!:.,y1 1- , ..- . - V - - ' ' -f f N- if - 4 - ' r -, .warn ,.., ...rf, 1 - V -f - -3 -5, - -Q -,M -4-Q-iigur iq 1 new ,-,,-,-M,-A yr ... Q.: .I Y 11 Yr- fjigig ,za r h.t:,A E ' I I I lla- ' , , !:.1. Ll !. . ,!,.v,! in -.e1.' P"1 iw'-vvair L -JL-17Qi"1' Y, I 4,15 Z1 .- J.,-.L.Jfl?'S A-'53-'H,,' -,-- f' Sophomore Class It seems that there has not been such a vast difference in classes this year. Even you "learned" Iuniors and Seniors must confess that you had a difficult time depicting the under- classmen. We, the sophomore class, want to express our appreciation for this fine school, and show that We value and try to uphold the past high merits and standards. Before We graduate in 1942 we hope to leave a brilliant and unmistakable path to the top of Northeast's already laden ladder of fame. v 5 ! 5 n- u '. 'L 5. ls" Q. Z: 5 3 it fi, A i 5 ,E :1 4 1 1 3 1 g 2 i , , , 1 l - 1.-v. LL. .lv-M .1-...,... . LAL- -,WH ,,-,-, IUNIOR OFFICERS Top Row: Ioey Bondon, Morton Walker, Dorothy Baker, Mildred Gendler. Bottom Row: Phyllis Stites, William Carroll, Bob Pierce. The Iunior Class of 1940, the largest Northeast has ever had, was made up of 750 students. A special assembly was held and each member of the class was assessed ten cents to pay for the junior officers' page. The money was collected by the officers through the home rooms. li , Miss GERTRUDE WEAVER ll 'Q Y it l t JUNIUR CLASS Page 101 KVI , : n -' Q.-. '- ,, .- f+-- - -lf' " -- w..,'.,-1.f- ' rf- f 'ff' 5. H 4 .4.....-....... -..M ' if -f.-w',uI.i' -4 1-, v,:rQ"""5df,:":1"' ' 'La' Jr fi-'-'-""j1',L',2. .: 4 4' J ffllwi Deborah Kerr and Hudson Talbott Most Popular Girl and Boy E 1 It A,.. . 1 'la In Marilyn Allen and lohn Schlichter Best Actress and Actor 1 l 1 I Mattie Ross and Guy Davis 5 Best Girl and Boy Athletes Mary Iane Anderson and Don Bedding Social Lion and Society Belle Page 102 i fa - 6 ll ,, , I Ward Breidenthal and Peggy Thompson Boy and Girl Who Have Done Most for Northeast Robert Nitz and Lillian Mommertz Best Boy and Girl Students Buck Logan and Maxine Baldwin Iolly Good Boy and Girl Phil Davidson and Virginia Carta Best Boy Bluffer and Worst Girl Flatterer F f' f 'V V, T535 TT: 'Hit tif? 3755111-f"'7fT3"' "."'f85'.-e'7fftt1..'1'?'5?f1!ZTTf?f:fT?'tlf.'. acaf95+p1Ti4: ffr::':1f.i31T-Ti?,f"1'IlYif7-JJ 757 L5l1T'ff"If?f'51 lLg'fv7EY9f1Z"' "F ' -ff'-'N""' ' " P CLD gf CONFUCIUS Say that in 1950 The matinee idol of the hour w1ll be that red headed "Henry Aldrich," Shirley Beagle. Maxine "Lullaby" Baldwin will be the owner of that successful business enterprise, "The Escort Bureau." Head escort will be bashful C?l Charles Nelson Bill Merrill will still be singing "God SAVE America kKUA LeRoy Moyer will still be searching for the ninety-third chemical element. He who hunts long time may get blown up Phil Davidson will be high-pressure salesman for Pickled Pigs Feet, Incorporated Bob Huston will still be snapping pictures of friends caught in off moments. At least friends before the picture taking episode Edna Mae Moody will be chief chewing gum demonstrator at the Van Buren's World Fair Peggy Thompson will be fiddling while the rest burn Mickey Mouse will be interpreted on the stage by the one and only Johnny Schlicter Super De Lux Flour will present Marilyn Allen and her original recipes. Don't eat them. Betty "Battie" Ohlsen will be given a new joke book by her long suffering listeners. Edwin Watson will still be trying to get his hair long enough for that new permanent wave.. Quentin Bakke will be teaching the art of playing football gracefully to any and all girls desiring to learn. Madonna Michael will have been the first singing bellhop in the Waldorf Astoria. Man give bigger tip to girl. The secretary to the secretary of the twenty-fifth vice-president's secretary of Iumpsi Daisy Automobile Company will be Ianann Haden. Buck Logan will be coach of Dogpatch's girls' football team. His star player and helper will be Ioan Cundiff. Robin Strickland will have finally made his golden-red curls stay put. Boy who perseveres get results. . . .,.,,,.,..,,-f--.-.-Q W Page 103 it-" The Senior Class A LBERTSC nation is 1 RLEXANI lete. PGP Qlympic 1 Volleybal. ALLEN. I winning Pres. C. Spring Pl C11 2, 32 Lit. Conte ALLEN. W the world Club 4: 4 ANDERSC with dim1 4 : Pep Cl cil 4: C. 2, 3, 4: S R. O. T.t Officers: Top row Cleft to right? Bill Merrill, pres- ident: Peggy Thompson, vice-president: Don Redding, giftorian: Deborah Kerr, secretary. Bottom row: Betty ANN-Is, Colliver, treasurer: spice of 1 Iohn Ricker, ser- mercial C geant-at-arms: Eu- nice Iohnson, re- porter. az., JI' For three full years we have lived for Northeast. We V have cheered her victories, we have been proud of her 4 it achrevements, and each one of us has attempted to do P , r 5 his part to add to the prestige of the school. Every lesson t we have learned and every idea we have gained will ff sl X 215. ., .,, , Q ,,... , . fi' ' 7.-ty f -. . . be guides on our way to success in whatever we do. 1. ,W-4 m y 3, Q. nf . .,,. . , A new decade is beginning with the class of 1940, is , i 'P if but our high school days are ending. Our loyalty to our jg. 1 school has been growing for three years and shall con- , T tinue to grow throughout our lives. The fun we've had , , here, the trials, the joys, and the knowledge we have 1 y gained will be constantly mirrored intkeach of us. , 3 T Some say that high school days are the happiest days , ,T 1. of one's life, but we would rather feel that they are the L' ' I , real beginning of all our happy times. '. l p Mr L A Pinkney The end has come to the days of shouting for the vic- jt , Adviser tory of our teams, enjoying with pride the accomplish- I , r ments of our organizations, loitering in the halls with I l , our friends, and striving diligently to learn our lessons. ' ' tj But we are beginning a new era in which our high ' school background will be very important, so we'll al- A ways acknowledge the help and influence of "Thou Q - g dear Northeast." . y -Betty Peterson yi Senior Class Editor . . f ' a ll f .r i ' A Nh ALBERTSON, WILLIAM EUGENE: Determi- natzon is his art. Boys Chorus 2. ALEXANDER, MAY LOUISE: Super girl ath- lete. Pep Club 3, 4: Commercial Club 3: Qlympic Club 3, 4: All-Star Hockey 4: Volleyball Manager 4. ALLEN, MARILYN M.: Beautiful hair, and winning smile, she sways any audience. Pres. C. L. S. 4: Pres. Dramatic Club 4: Spring Play 3: Pres. H. R. 2, 3: Stud. Coun- cil 2, 3: Safety Pins 3, 4: Courier Staff 4: Lit. Contest, Silver Medal Declamation 3. ALLEN, VIVIEN: She loves the world and the world loves her. Pep Club 3, 4: Health Club 4: G. R. 4: Health Room Assistant 4. ANDERSON, MARY IANE: Wow! A blonde with dimples 'n everything! Pres. Pep Club 4: Pep Club 4: Mixer Comm. 4: Stud. Coun- cil 4: C. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Sec. H. R. 2: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Seal Club 2, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 4: R. o. T. c. Hop Aide 4. ANNIS, EVELYN MAE: Giggles are the spice of life. D. L. S. 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Com- mercial Club 3, 4. iv,- 1 .gf y A Albertson, Eugene Alexander, May Arbuckle, Faye Arlund. Mary Baldwin, Maxine Bascio. Catherine . . .v -. --. - - ' - " " .11 f- ' """ '5Y' .. .- H" ' ' ' wg- " 'rl-uv . ,,. .- . .- . .. lv -Pgfgbpf, -f 0 . . . at 'Q55l-'WZ ':oq "' J' J"tm"'EL,s1,.k i.Hz1!r'?15,. . .zf'..4. 4 . - F - - - --.,.....-..-..---1 . - --if . .... . ,, ,IX ... , 7 'V 64' . .-.sm ., . -ns-on . 1. 1 -4 y 1 '-'Y .,C..,-.adv 1 ,'S'a3'p 'Hani4....-ijt: M.. 1 n..f.'g,j,,.L-3 4. A 5 -, B ,H . -.,.y.. " I ' ,I ,' J... . ...pr -4 """ .1 P pq wg.- - I - if J..AL,lHl' L. .-.f.r.4b....4. .....L.s.i.1411h at V' ,Hy A 2I'Q,'f',,uf,7m.-li , .Q Y -..s-4-'MAI' -'fr 5"""' f "'.f'i""'Li -fr ":' 1 ,.,w4-,s...,,,n1.c .-'-.,. ...... -f ARBUCKLE, IUANITA FAYE: There's fun in those dancing eyes. ARLUND, MARY ELLEN: Yes Sir-ee, you can depend on me. D. L. S. 3: D. L. S. 4: Rep. Courier Staff 4: First Aid Club 4. AUSTIN, ANNA MARIE: "There are smiles that make you happy." First Aid Club 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: H, R. Treas. 4. BADALE, GUS: His emotions for work are well under control. Football 2, 3: Basketball 2: Track 2: Volleyball 2: Vocational con- ference 3. BAKER, LOIS IEANNE: Tall, blonde and ter- rific, she's the star of anyone's heaven. Pres. T. L. S. 3, 4: Init. T. L. S. 3: Treas. Art Club 3: Photog. Annual Staff 4: Stud. Coun. 3, 4: Art Hon. Soc. 2: Courier Staff 3: G. R. Cabinet 3, 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4: T. L. S. 2: G. R. 2: Red Cross Chair., Stud. Coun. 3, 4. BANKS, LEE WESTON: A true sharpshooter. Viking Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Metal Shop Fore- BALDWIN, BARBARA MAXINE: "Lullabye" simply dances through life. Mgr. Spring Play 3: Mgr. Viking Var. 4: Stud. Coun. 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: G. R. 2: Rep. H. R. 2: Red Cross Comm. 4: All-Star Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Little Volleyball 2, 3: T. L. S. 4. BASCIO, CATHERINE MARGUERITE: A loyal booster for Northeast. D. L. S. 3, 4: Rep. 2: Olympic Club 2: Sgt. at Arms Z: First Aid Club: Gen. Hon. Roll 4: Pep Club 3, 4. BAUCOM, RAYMOND CLIFFORD: An offi- cer of the best type. Lieutenant in R. O. T. C. 4. BAUER.FRANCIS G.: Someday he'll learn to drive-we hope! Benton L. S. 2, 3, 4. BEAR, TOM LELAND: IOOCX:-all the way through too. Lit. Contest 3: Vice-Pres. B. L. S. 4: Sec. B. L. S. 3: B. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 2, 3: Football Z, 3, 4-: Courier Staff 4: Yell Club 3: "N" Club 4: Pres. B. L. S. 4. BECHTEL. W. STANLEY: Maybe someday he'l1 be a Congressman. B. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. B. L. S. 4: Treas. B. L. S. 3: Latin -Club 2, 3, 4: Treas. Latin Club 4: Sgt. at Arms Latin Club 3, 4: Treas. H. R. 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Hi-Y Cabinet 2: R. O. T. C. Z, 3: Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 4: Vik. man 3, Varieties 4: Christmas Play 4. Allen, Marilyn Allen, Vivien Andersort, Mary lane Annis. Evelyn Austin, Anna Marie Badale, Gus ' Baker, Lois Iean Banks, Lee Baucom, Raymond Bauer, Francis Bear, Tom Bechtel. Stanley QQ: ..,... Beeman, Fred Bell, Dorothy Bisceqlia, Kathryn Borchardt, Iune Branch, Iack Brandt, Helen BEEMAN, FRED LYNN: The maestro of the clarinet. Band 2, 3, 4. BELL, DOROTHY LUCILLE: Friend and toe alike, she loves them all. BENNE, CLARENCE, IR.: Merely the defini- tion lor the word "riot." Pres. H. R. 2, 3: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3: Stud. Coun. 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 2: Annual Poster Com. 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Viking Var. Stage Decorations 3, 4. BENNEY, THEODORE R.: Intellectual, and intelligent with a giant I. Q. Band Z, 3, 4: R. O. T. C. 2, 3: B. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Sec. B. L. S. 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Rifle Club 2, 3: Crack Platoon 3: Vice-Pres. B. L. S. 4: Vice-Pres. Latin Club 4. BERRY, MARGARET IANE: We dream ol Iane with the golden hair. Dramatic Club 2: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Sec. H. R. 2: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3: Latin Club 4. BERRYHILL, BETTE IO: A swell girl, and can she draw! All-Star Giant Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Basketball 2: All-Star Little Volley- ball 3: All-Star Hockey 3: Olympic Club 2: Art Club 3, 4: G. R. 2, 4. Page 106 , ,A ,f X , f 75 4 is 5 pl L' ,SV ' W 2 L Benney, Theodore Boucher, Alice Breqq, Melvin BISCEGLIA, KATHRYN MARIE: She's quiet, sincere and sweet. A. L. S. 3: Charity Speak- er 3. Benne, Clarence Boone, Anita Branstetter, Charles BORCHARDT, IUNE FRANCES: Introducing Iune, and her clarinet. Band 2, 3, 4: Foods 2. BOONE, E. ANITA: Her eyes always have something behind them-good or bad. C. L. S. 4: Printer's Club 3, 4: Pres. Printer's Club 4: Vice-Pres. Printer's Club 3: Viking Var. 4. BOUCHER, ALICE VIRGINIA: She taps her way into everyone's heart. H. R. Pres. 2, 3: H. R. Sec. 4: Viking Var. 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4. BOWEN, KATE BERRY: She doesn't make much noise, but, she's there! Courier Staff 3: All-Star Giant Volleyball 2: Baseball Play Day 3: Olympics Club 2, 3: H. R. Rep. 2. BRADY, WILLIAM ARNOLD: Here's proof that size is not a handicap! Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4: Sgt. R. O. T. C. 3: lst Lieutenant 4: Captain R. O. T. C. 4. BRANCH, IACK: He is interested in but one thing-who is she? Hi-Y 2, 3: Track 3, 4: Coun. Rep. 2, 3, 4: N. S. D. 2. X, N I fin -.Wye , ,W ".. :ff mf Zwf ,j JZ , Q' j lglwf f t9 Berry, lane Berryhill, Bette Io Bowen, Kate Brady, Bill Breibeck, Raymond Breidenthal, Bill BRANDT, HELEN LORENE: She is one de- serving of much credit. Delphian Literary Society 2, 3. BRANSTETTER, CHARLES: He is a real tel- low. BREGG, MELVIN WILLIAM: Discipline and rhythm combined. Corp. and Sgt. R. O. T. C. 3: Lieut. 4: Rifle C. 2, 3, 4: Viking Var. 3: Asst. Mgr. Band 3: Dance Band 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Crack Platoon 2, 3: Crack Company 2, 3. BREIBECK, RAYMOND: No one knows how much he knows. Rifle C. 2, 3, 4: Printer's C. 3, 4: Corp. R. O. T. C.: Crack-Company Field Day. BRIEDENTHAL. OREN WILLIAM, IR.: "This world is full of a number of things"--and it looks like Bill's in them all. Stud. Coun. 4: Pres. Stud. Coun. 4: H. R. Pres. 2, 3, 4: H. R. Vice-Pres. 3, 4: H. R. Reporter 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pres. Hi-Y 4: Sec. Hi-Y 2: Sr. Hi-Y N. S. D. 2, 3, 4: A. Cap. 2, 3, 4: Boys Cho. 2: Boys Quartette 2, 4: Solo Con, Winner 3: Solo Con. 2, 3: Class D, 2, 3, 4: Viking Var. 2, 4: M. C. Viking Var. 4: Track 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Golf Team 3, 4. ""'i"" 3A Ee..-5. 'Bsf"f-1+ jig, P"'4"'m"'4I .3-5, -5:33 s-JW? raw! 14-55, "'li5iXQ .nu A 5 -A J..i,41.+4-fa3,45,,,,,,..4..-g- ,jg 1. , ,, . 4 .- -'- ,, . , ., J. - ' ""' ' ' . "3'Si- " " N, -" ' I -sl' f-ve... V fin' -vfvf'-7 " 'T "' " "- "S '..,3.!5dl '..L 3- -5 - 54.21-7:21- . ' ff- f2. ,,,, f' ' QV. . --Q' . L ,, ,wwe , :ra -wav: ,A 1 A V -' ,,,, - K JM, 1 M, L an . A J.. if - l --1 170: 4 . , I s A f -an-A .h mug, .04 -N, .D ' , 4 1 N Il 1 1 . 3, ,A fy nl Ai my I .LL ,bl-v,r ,...,4..u A ,,.,:,p, P-,Q fn A :tb-z-fpglnoy-fA.:..-..l-.431-31,41 H .ur 44144 - ,, -., ,Le-1 "",l"'.l"- , 7 . s.-- ew- - . .... fx'-VU' gf-it-Rr""v5 4.,... J..-L BRESSEL. SHIRLEY: A saleswoman at heart. How she can sell Annuals! Treas. H. R. 2: Sec. H. R. 3: All-Star Hockey 4: Reporter 2, 3: Alt. Coun. Rep. 2: All-Star Volleyball 2: Printers C. 4: All-Star Basketball 2: Sec. Hon. Roll 4. BRICKEN, VIRGINIA BELLE: She's quiet in her way. but what a way! BRISLIN, BETTIE IEAN: Sugar, spice, and everything nice! Delta L. S. 2, 4: Annual Sales 4: Officer D. L. S. 4. BRIZENDINE, WILLIAM ARTHUR: He's quiet, but he's a worker. Pres. H. R. 3. BUFORD, WAKATA: Speedy fingers make a good typist! BUSH, IOHN B.: A gentleman from the old school. Hon. R. 2, 3. 4: H. R. Officer 4. BYRD, IERRY LEE: Little queen who steals hearts. A. L. S. Z, 3: Dramatic C. 4: G. R. 2, 4: Coun. Rep. 2. CALLAGHAN, CATHERINE: Well-known in girls' athletics. Gen. Hon. Roll 3: All-Star Basketball 2, 3: All-Star Hockey 3: All-Star Volleyball 3. CACIOPPO, ANTHONY IOSEPH: An avid sports' fan. Athletics. CAMPBELL, DOROTHY MARIE: True Vi- Queen in every way. Seal C. 4: All-Star Hockey 4. CANALEO, TONY: A regular fellow and a good sport. Football 2, 3. 4: Basketball 4: Track 3: Pres. H. R. 2: Hon. Roll 3. CANFIELD, IACK D.: R. O. T. C. is his "Maior" interest. Capt. R. O. T. C. 4: lst Lieut. R. O. T. C. 4: lst Sgt. R. O. T. C. 3: Sgt. 3: Corporal 3: Sec. and Treas. Vik- ing Rifle C. 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: Rifle Team 3, 4: Crack Platoon 2: Crack Com- pany 2: Major, 4. CAPLES, BARBARA ANN: One of those popular co-eds! Pep C. 4: All-Star Volleyball 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Office girl 4. CARPENTER, IACK: What all the girls have been waiting for. Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Znd All-Star team 4: Journalism 4. CARTA, VIRGINIA MAE: Twinkling eyes and twinkling toes. T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: V.-P. T. L. S. 4: Coun. Rep. 4: Viking Var. 3, 4: H. R. Off. 2, 3, 4: Initiator T. L. S. CASTLE, LAWRENCE W.: Another cadet of good quality. Aviation C. 3: Viking Rifle C. 4: Coun. Rep. 3. CESSOR, FRANK: Knowing him is a pleas- ure. V.-P. H. R. 2. CLANTON, EVA IUANITA: One of the beauty queens of Northeast. C. L. S. Z, 3. 4: Treas. C. L. S. 4: Sec. Girls Cho. 3: G. R. 2. 3: Pep C. 3: Pres. H. R. 2. l' B tti Brizendine Bill Buford Wakata Bush Iohn Bressel, Shirley Bricken, Virginia Bris rn, e e , . . Byrd, Ierry Callaghan, Catherine Cacioppo, Anthony Campbell, Dorothy Canaleo, Tony Canfield, lack Caples, Barbara Carpenter, Iack Carta, Virginia Castle, Larry Cessor, Frank Clanton, Iuanita . N -1 1--1 'pf ',. f' ir 7' nf- -'zu -qs 1-" '-'f-L..-...e.-rip-vgi. 4"'L1f.1..g-v1,,- fe.:-S f , if---' f.---a f- ,-. .zrqf JL4'T'. ,fr Qi...-.-g.-.u.V,L-"I-j:,L4:',j',,f,,. -ev., . ...VH-A kr . afar A14 Chatman, Alice ChiavoIa,Lucille Clegg, Betty Colborn, Maxine Cromwell, Betty Cutter, Betty CHATMAN, ALICE LOUISE: Always on the go. C. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Dramatic Club 4: Viking Var. 3, 4: G. R.: Pep C. 3: A Cappella 3: C. L. S. Init. 4: Sec. H. R. 4. CHIAVOLA, LUCILLE TERESE: A future news hawk. Stud. Coun. 4: Courier 3: G. R. 4: Rep. H. R. 2, 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4. CHURCH, KATHRYN MARIE: Quiet as a mouse! D. L. S. 3, 4. CLARK, FLORENCE MAY: Every inch a lady. Pep.C. 3: G. Chorus 4. CLARK, LORA DEAN: Everything nice comes in small packages. D. L. S. 2. CLAY. NORMA IEAN: She's quiet, but also popular. Pep C. 3: Dramatic C. 3: Vice- Pres. H. R. 4: lst Vice-Pres. C. L. S. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3. Page 108 Clark, Florence Combs, Iuanita Davidson, Philip Church, Kathryn Colliver, Betty Daleo, Joe CLEGG, BETTY IUNE: She's a future pri- vate secretary. D. L. S. 3, 4. COLBORN, MAXINE: She's blonde - enough said. Sec. H. R. 4: All-Star Volley- ball 2. COLLIVER, BETTY IANIECE: Personality bubbles forth continually. Treas. Class Of- ficer 4: Rep. Class Officer 3: Parliamentarian C. L. S. 4: C. L. S. 3, 4: Sec. Pep C. 4: Pep C. 3, 4. COMBS, IUANITA: One of the best. COOK, EULADINE HELEN: We can't for- get this cheery person. D. L. S. 2, 3: Com- mercial C. 2: G. R. 3. CORPORA. ANGELINA MARIE: She de- lighted in serving Northeast. D. L. S. 3, 4: Pep C. 3, 4: Spanish C. 3, 4: Pres. Spanish C. 3, 4: First Aid C. 4: Treas. H. R. 2. ,T W. X Clark, Lora Dean Clay, Normafean Cook, Euladine Corporia, Angelina Davis, Claude Davis, Guy CROMWELL, BETTY LOU: She's tall-she's cute-she's terrific! D. L. S. 2, 3: Health Room Assistant 4: Physiography Club 2. CUTTER, BETTY IEAN: Have you ever seen a fashion plate walking? Sec. C. L. S. 4: G. R. 2, 4: Courier Staff 4: H. R. Off. 2, 4: Art C. 2, 4: All-Star Volleyball 2: All-Star Hockey 2. DALEO, IOE L.: An orator and actor at heart. Football 2, 3: B. L. S. 2, 3: N. Club: Christmas Play. DAVIDSON, PHILIP BYERS: . . . and if you'll buy your Annual from me. why I'll . . . Stud. Coun. 2, 3: H. R. Vice-Pres. 2: R. O. T. C. 2, 3. DAVIS, CLAUDE RAYMOND: His interest is in Hi-Y. Hi-Y 4. DAVIS, GUY ADISON: Best boy athlete- a title he deserves. Track 2, 3. 4: Fco1ball3: Basketball 3, 4: H. R. Pres. 2, 4: H. R. Vice- Pres. 3: Pres. Letter Men Club 3: Capt. 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'wh- DAVIS, MARIAN INEZ: Not a movie star but a star in an office. Delphian: Treas. H. R.: Gen. Hon. Roll 3, 4. DEARING, RICHARD CRAIG: It silence were money we'd have a millionaire in our midst. Stud. Coun. 3: Debaters 3. DECKER, BETTY IO: Slender. sophisticated, and smart. C. L. S. 2, 3: G. R. 2, 3: Pres. oi H. R. 2, 3, 4. DEMING. HARRY CARL: One of the best. Reporter 2. DICKINSON. VIRGINIA FRANCES: To dream is the easiest way. Art Hon. S. 3. DIERKS, WALTER W.: Tall. dark and-: oh excuse me, I must have the wrong person. Dramatic Club 4: Home Room Reporter 4: Rifle Club 2: Benton 4: Student Council 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Viking Varieties 4. Davis, Marian Dearing, Richard Di Raimo. Catherine Eastman, Gerald Dods, Clara lane Edmonson, Mariorie DI RAIMO, CATHERINE: Time is valuable but I love leisure. DODS, CLARA IANE: A popular blond with baby blue eyes. Latin Club 2: Vice-Pres. D. L. S. 3: Sec. D. L. S. 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 4: Lit. Cont. 4. DODS, DORTHY CATHERINE: She has those eyes-you know the kind. DUNKLE, BETTY: Oh, for curly hair! Olym- pian Club 2: Pep Club 4. DU PREE, IRENE: She looks as sweet as sugar. A Cappella 2: Girls Cho. 2, 3, 4: Viking Varieties 4. EAGLE, TED EDWIN: Station W9IZR speak- ing. Radio Club 2, 3: Crew 2, 3, 4. Radio Crew 3: Stage Deming, Harry Dunkle, Betty Elsrode, Eugene Decker, Betty Io Dods, Dorothy Elliott, Kathleen . J l -' , A,..., lp' ,iff ,A V 1 1. , 1 , , . iff!! 4,1 Y EASTMAN. GERALD RICE: His voice is his wealth. Glee Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 4. EDMONSON, MARIORIE ANN: We couldn't get along without her. What's more, we like the necessity. Pep Club 3, 4: Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4: D. L. S. 2, 3: Student Coun. Z, 3, 4: Inter-Soc. Dance Committee 3. ELLIOTT. KATHLEEN DEAN: Meet North- east's blond Senorita. D. L. S. Z, 3, 4: Hon. Roll 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: V.-Pres. Span. Club 4: Pres. Span. Club 4. ELSRODE, EUGENE: Did someone say, work? Impossible. ETH, RAYMOND BERNARD: Determination is his asset. EVANS, CLIFTON KEITH: Strength of pur- pose and constancy are his. 'i 9 3 ' so 'L xg X... "V, A xw-if 'X at .J Dickinson, Virginia ierks, Walter Du Pree, Irene agle, Ted Eth, Raymond Evans, C. K. -it l 1 I 3 ,nv- -1:3111 1' r ' I K ""' ' la.. . .s..s.. . ,.--A1 Mar rff' , , , J,.,.- - - j,.'x.f- A- -gif... .., , -- -- --.,, 1.1. Y- -, 5-,. ,. f . .. .---411,44 17 A " "l -!"5 'UT ' """" Y "" fa :z1"'1""T?L'Jlw"i'L'IZ"I5E.,.,af -4,-f'-'E-"9'i'L""?32ln2f-3''fi ff we 13 S . , 0' 4 Eyssell, Arnold Faller, Betty . , Fletcher, Billie Fletcher, Donald Galster, George Gentry, Don EYSSELL, ARNOLD E.: Blonde and athletic, girls. Football 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Hi-Y 4: H. R. Pres. 4: Band 3, 4: Vik. Var. 4: Pop. Orch. 4: Bus. Mgr. Courier Staff 3. FALLER, BETTY: All-Star even in sporls. Sec. Stud. Coun. 3, 4: All-Star Basketball 3: All-Star Hockey 3, 4: All-Star Volleyball 2, 3: Capt. All-Star Basketball 3: D. L. S. 3. FARRIS, IDA MAE: Forever dreaming dreams. D. L. S. 2: Pep Club 3, 4: G. R. 4. FARRIS, WILLIAM P.: Northeast's Einstein. Alt. Stud. Coun. 2: Aviation Club 2. FERRO, LOUIS ANTHONY: "-and many a wink he wunk." Water Boy 2: Stud. Coun. 2: Vice-Pres. H. R. Z: H. R. Pres. 3. FLEMING, BERNARDINE FLORENCE: Al- ways smiling, always gay, we all hope you'll stay that way. Athletic Club 2: Vice- pres. Com. Club 2: Sec. Com. Club 3: Courier Staff 4: Stud. Coun. 2: Pep Club 3. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: All-Star Volleyball 2. Page 110 ,A M V 1 ' Farris, Idamae Farris, William Fordyce, Helen Freelinq, lack Gentry, Kenneth Gerrity, Shirley FLETCHER, BILLIE LUCILLE: Sugar and spice and everything nice. Clios 2. FLETCHER, DONALD HERMAN: If good nature is an asset, he'll never be bankrupt. FORDYCE, HELEN MAXINE: A lovely girl with a winning smile. Olympic Club 2: Com. Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 4: Sec. Com. Club 4: Sec. H. R. 3. FREELING, IOHN IOSEPH: The man behind the scenes. Crack Co. and Platoon 2, 3: Vik. Rifle Club 2, 3: Corp. R. O. T. C. 4: Stage Crew 4: Sgt. 4. FRIEND, ALTA IEAN: Brown is her hair, brown are her eyes, she comes to school to gaze at the guys. H. R. Off. 2, 3, 4: G. R. 3, 4: Printing Club 3, 4. GABBETT, MARY RUTH: A little bit ot so- phistication among us. French Club 3, 4: A. L. S. 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4. gs Friend, Alta lean Gibbs, Lawrence A lttll X. I l 1 S 47 , , Z K Ferro, Louis Fleming, Bernadine, 1 Gabbett, Mary , J, Gibson, lack , xx t A.-. iv. K? f GALSTER, GEORGE E.: All lgfod men tall once-oh! Football 3, 4: Track 4: Pres. H. R. 2: Stud. Coun. Rep. 4: Orch. Z, 3, 4: Ass. Orch. Mgr. 4: Hi-Y 4: B. L. S. 4: Physiog. Club 4. GENTRY, DON LAVERN: Dark and hand- some. GENTRY, KENNETH EUGENE: A self-made man. Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Stud. Coun. Rep. 47 H. R. Pres. 2. GERRITY, SHIRLEY IEAN: A delightful combination of beauty and brains. Stud. Coun. 3: G. R. 3, 4: H. R. Sec. 3: H. R. Vice-Pres. 4. GIBBS, LAWRENCE EDWARD: Sometimes I sit and think: usually I iust sit. fx gGIBSON, IACK TAYLOR: Where there is 'dheering-well, there's lack. Football 37 Track 4: N. Club 4: Viking Baseball 3, 4: Hi-Y. I g if 'Y V.-.-..--.5 f-1' 1 5 ug j17g'..,H.-.ef1-37, .,f..f21r'1'lf::.YwL"-.gal - 17235 .'..l'.Ttv:fCLTL'....-- "jV,,j-g.l-.-- :L rfyff-7 - 5-'mfg ' Q ., nt v-if-r 'F'-:'F"W:'5"GT'lS""t" fr, .TTL T '.--u '-fp fbi." 'Q' nuuvrpty ... . . , V --4 , ,. . 1 ..... -:f.- -1 -- f ,- 'H "' , " " ' -' " ',L.,:.1'q-'J 'fel'-U---'-Q.-f'-w'?--I-'M " H -' r 7 r.j1gZ,?,.f1.T . s- Tl. N J .ft ' 1 . 3 , f 'M' -urn'-'-1 Run 'Y ' 5531 T... - ...,..,- ., . ...f . " .f".,'f.. . lulml 'J' Agn' ' ea.-tea.. U .ahah-+X7::?':""td ,,.l,-....y?r.Afa.. 4.4--1-:g,f'l',.1-4."..". -TA.... . .. its -,, ,fry-41 g U t ln -Jag .4 at 1.11, J- . . A A W Lug., ,,, ,f,r1.n.,,s.,u,:.. 1. .t ..u...,TL--:.t..:f-.4-fy.-1.4 Q-U.-L.'v-J ,5 M41 yA.jfn.,i,..ggqj,75- rg M 9 as-1, 1. . .-.Qi-f I I-1 .' 4 Q " 3 :ff-Uv? A4 4. GIBSON, MAXINE ALBERTA: Smart. sweet. and small. Gen. Hon. Roll 4: H. R. Rep. 2. GILBERT. THAD: Tall and handsome. Golf Team 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 4: Tennis Team 3, 4: B. L. S. 4: Stud. Coun. 4: H. R. Pres. 3: N Club 4: Capt. Tennis Team 4: Sr. Basketball 4. GIMIGLIANO, FELICE PHIL: Thoughts that count: ways that win. Advertising Mgr. Courier 4: H. R. Treas. 4: Radio Club Rep. 3: Capt. Stage Crew 4: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: N. S. D. 2: Viking Varieties 3, 4: Spring Play 3: Sec. Radio Club 2. GLORIOSO. IOSEPH: A iolly good tellow as any and all will admit. Track 3, 4: Courier Stall 4: Stud. Coun. 3: H. R. Rep. 4. GRANT. EVELYN LUCILLE: An asset in any circle. Solo Contest 3. GRANTELLO. BETTY: One of Northeast's most vivacious brunettes. T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: G. R. Z, 3, 4: G. R. Cabinet 2: Sec. T. L. S. 4. 0 Gilbert. Thad Gibson, Maxine Grogger, Morton Grego.Frances 3 Haerer, Ralph Hall. Bob 2 1 4 I E I muy' 1 I 1 :P?i.F- 1 A -Sb- GREGO. FRANCES VIRGINIA: Take a let- ter. Miss Secretary. Spanish Club Z, 3: T. L. S.: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Sec. Annual Statt 4: Student Council 4: Sec. ot H. R.: Vice-Pres. H. R. GROGGER, MORTON EDWARD: Happy is he. irom care he's tree. H. R. Pres. 2, 3: H. R. Vice-Pres. 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Hi-Y 4: B. L. S.: Commercial Club 4: Aviation Club 3, 4: Art Club 4. GULICK. WARREN WHITTAKER: Energetic Manager and a loyal Northeast booster. Basketball: Stud. Mgr.: Hi-Y 2. GUNN. IAMES EDWIN: Literature. Science. Mathematics-in these Iimmie can't be beat. N. S. D.: Sec. N. S. D.: French Club 2, 3: Treas. French Club: Safety Pins: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 4: Highest Hon. Roll 3: Nat'l Hon. Society: Vice-Pres. N. S. D. GUNNELS. EUGENE: He knows what's what. HADEN, IANANN ELLEN: Brown eyes. brown hair. and oh-! C. L. S.: Vice-Pres. C. L. S.: G. R.: G. R. Cabinet: Stud. Coun.: Vice-Pres. H. R.: Hon. Roll 2 Glorioso. Ioseph Gunn. Iames Hamilton. Ianet Gimiqliano, Felice Gulick. Warren Hamilton, Imogene HAERER, RALPH M.: Ralph, come blow your horn. Band 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. HALL. ROBERT NORMAN: Viking Variety Personiiied. Stud. Coun.: H. R. Vice-Pres.: Dramatic Club 3: Hist. Class Pres. 3: A Cappella 4: Dramatic Club 4: Treasurer of Dramatic Club 4: Viking Varieties 4: Capt. H. R. Basketball 3: H. R. Basketball 4: Hi- Y4. HAMILTON. WILMA IMOGENE: A grand girl with a million dollar personality. T. L. S.: Pres. Commercial Club: Vice-Pres. Com- mercial Club 3: Typist Annual Stati 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3, 4: Commercial Club. HAMILTON. IANET MILDRED: One in a million. Volleyball All-Star: Basketball All- Star: Hockey All-Star 2, 3, 4: All-Star Base- ball: Gen. Hon. Roll. HARGER. CARRIE LEE: Pert. pretty. and personality plus. Entered from East. A. L. S. 4. HARLAND. CHARLOTTE ROBERTA: A little modesty is refreshing. Pep Club 3. Grant, Evelyn Grantello. Betty Gunnels. Eugene Haden. Ianann Harqer. Carrie Lee Harland. Charlotte pp- . ..-- .. ,.. ,. .VA um P V. - , . -V , I----.4.g.,:.agff'sf' ,.'J:':a.::.' ,-,..,... 1.-, - - - .--.'..- -- -Aa .. ,gafq-Ltj1:"'.,,Y,,,7,5.,,-:YQ ' L ,vL,s .w.z.1-4341 T. Harper, Norma Harriman, Milton Hawley, lack Hayner, Beryl Hitaffer, Iosephine Hodges, Winifred HARPER, NORMA ELAINE: Full of fun, but never silly. HARRIMAN, MILTON E.: Northeast's slap- stick comedian. Annual Photographer: Art Club 2, 3, 4: B. L. S. 3, 4: Lit. Contest 2, 3: News Editor Courier: Art Honor Society 3: Stud. Coun.: Pres. H. R.: Viking Varieties 3, 4: Safety Pins 3: Safety Assembly 3: Corporal R. O. T. C. 4. HARVEY, LAWRENCE M.: All Ig know is what I read in the Courier. Woodworking Club 4. HATCHITT, ELEANOR YVONNE: I like a football hero. A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: H. R. Officer 3: Band Z, 3. 4: Girls Chorus 3. HATFIELD, ERMA LOUISE: Lvugh, and your cares will disappear. Olympic Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 4. HAWKINS, MARGUERITE BEATRICE: In- troducing glamorous, man-qetter "Sadie" Hawkins. C. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Init. C. L. S. 4: G. R. 2: Pres. H. R. 2: Courier Staff 3: Olympian Club 2: All-Star Giant Volleyball 2: Gen. Hon. Roll Z. Page 112 J - a , f , - 1 , ha. .,, ... ' av . , . Harvey, Lawrence Hatchitt, Yvonne Helms, Velma lean Hempy, Robert Hoffman, lack Homan, Anna Nell HAWLEY. IACK S.: The perfect stooqe. HAYNER, BERYL ANNETTE: "There are smiles that make you gay." Pep Club 3, 4: First Aid Club 4: Nat. Art Hon. Soc. 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 4. HELMS, VELMA IEAN: Intellectual, sports- loving, and a wonderful friend. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4: G. R. Cab. 2, 3. 4: T. L. S. 2, 3. 4: Sec.-Treas. Olympic Club 3: Courier Staff 3: Stud. Coun. 2, 4: High Hon. Roll 2, 3: Ann. Staff 4: Pres. H. R. 3: Basketball Mgr. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3. HEMPY, ROBERT LOUIS: A better man is hard to find. HENDERSON, LOYS EUGENE: "That's not the way I heard it." Football 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3: Boys Chorus 2, 3: A Cappella 4: Pres. H. R. 2: Sec. H. R. 3: Treas. H. R. 4: N Club 4: Class Day 2, 3. f . ff f W, f , f J 1 Hatfield, Louise Hawkins, Marguerite Henderson, Loys Hildreth, Norman Homan, Martha Bell Hoover, Herbert HILDRETH. NORMAN WRIGHT: lust a good- looking officer. Non-Com. Off. R. O. T. C. 4: Stud. Coun.: Latin Club 4: N. S. D. 4. HITAFFER. IOSEPHINE: A friend so sweet, a maid so neat. Entered from Manual Train- ing High School. HODGES, WINIFRED GAYLE: "Winnie" can talk a leg off of anybody! HOFFMAN. IACK: He's silent in school. Hi-Y 2, 3: N. S. D. 2. 3. HOMAN, ANNA NELL: Where there's one, there's two. UHOMAN, MARTHA BELL: Where there's one. there's two. HOOVER, HERBERT LOWELI.: Perhaps someday he will attain the heights that his famous namesake has. ,,, . . ,. - , . -. ,, .. - . ... - . Y - -.,...-. - qvfe . - --sr 1-,ff-f1nu v nw-fs: - 1:-:fs 1 '..:::f F' uf-rr w . - TT fa " ' - --Jzrr'-r' I' ant" .err-N Y'--H .. 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HUGHES, OLEATA GAY: Beautiful. but not dumb. HUSTON. ROBERT EDWARD: Bob is a photographer who hasn't turned candid yet. IAMES. WALTER RODNEY: Nothing ever disturbs Walter. JOHNSON, EUNICE HELEN: Personality plus and a born leader. Stud. Coun. 2, 3, 4: Executive Comm. 2, 3, 4: Rep. Stud. Coun. 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: G. R. Pres. 4: A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Chaplain A. L. S. 4: Class Treasurer 3: Class Reporter 4: Annual Staff School Life 4: Senior Ring and Pin Comm. 4: Courier Siaif 3. IOHNSON, ELIZABETH SUE: Sing a song ot sunbeams. Music Editor Annual 4: C. L. S. 2: Courier Statt 3: Rep. Physiography C. 3, 4: Pep C. 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: Girls Chorus 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Viking Varieties 2, 3: Rep. H. R. Hopper, Troy Jones, Betty lean Kendall. Della 3. 4. Hughes, Oleata Gay Iones, Bettie Lee Kern, Richard IONES, BETTY IEAN: A baby voice has much attraction. G. R. 2. IONES, BETTY LEE: The smile that won't come oft! IONES, ROBERT: One of the Iones boys. KELLER. HOWARD: He's no printer's devil -he's an expert! Printer's C. 3, 4. KELLY, MARTHA MAY: We're happy to have her and glad to know her. G. R. 4: Commercial C. 4: Band 4. KELSO, MAURICE STEPHEN: Good mixer of work and play. Commercial C. 2: Boys Chorus 3, 4: Highest Hon. Roll 4: B. L. S. 4. KENDALL, DELLA MARIE: To a young heart everything is line. Huston, Robert Iames, Walter Iones, Robert Keller, Howard Kerr, Deborah Kiddoo, Betty A 4 .5-'rw KERN, RICHARD EDWARD: A little boy but he does lots of work. H. R. Officer 2: B. L. S. 4. KERR. DEBORAH: A very popular and pleasant girl. Sec. Class Officer 4: A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Pres. A. L. S. 4: G. R. Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Girls Chorus 4: Viking Varieties 4: Vice-Pres. Spanish C. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Gold Medal in Lit. Con- test 4. KIDDOO, BETTY IEAN: Say what're ya' doin' tonight. Kido? Pres. H. R. 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 2. KIRCHERR, ANN: Little Ann iust "slays" the boys! Pres. H. R. 2, 3, 4: A. L. S. 3, 4: Olympic C. 2: Latin Club Z: Stud. Coun. 3: Safety Comm. 3: G. R. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Treas. A. L. S. 4. KUSICK. ANNA ELIZABETH: A demure and delightful little miss. Commercial C. Iohnson, Eunice Iohnson, Sue Kelly, Martha May Kelso, Maurice Kirchherr, Ann Kusick. An' a .wh - - '-.',..-- '- ,. .f-f'1"..k L-.f,..' n fllgfl Landes, Brownell Langworthy, Iosephine Lewis, Norman Lilrens, Edna May Logan, William Long, Barbara Iean LANDES, BROWNELL WAYNE: A good companion and friend. Physiography Club 2, 3, 4: Sgt. at Arms 4. LANGWORTHY, IOSEPHINE: Serious and mighty smart. Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3. LAWRENCE, DOROTHY IUNE: Style creator superb! T. L. S. 2, 3: Pres. Art Club 4: Art Club 3, 4: Ann. Staff 4: Courier Staff 4: Coun. Rep. 4: Pres. H. R. 3. LEONARD. ELSIE MARIE: Congenial com- panion. LEPOLD, FRANCES ESTHER: An "All-Star." a favorite. Seal Club 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: All-Star Hockey 3, 4: All-Star Volleyball 3: All-Star Basketball 3. LEWIS, MARYONNE ELEANOR: An ideal girl. Page 114 ' 'WTF-4':gj" Eififv ' L ' r- ' "1" -- .. . . .-a...-142.4 .1 'gf-r 7 :Qtr f f .I yr 1 Lawrence, Dorothy Elsie Linendoll, Gladys List, Lukens, Marcell Lyon, Marian LEWIS, NORMAN EDWARD: A swell guy to those who know him. LIKINS, EDNA MAY: Give me a horse and a saddle. Pres. Physog. C. 4: Vice-Pres. Physog. C. 3: T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Physog. C. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. LINNENDOLL. GLADYS MAE: Iolly and cheerful even on a rainy day. Olympic Club 4: Hockey All-Star 4. I. LIST. WALLACE A.: "List" him at the top. B. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4. 1 In LITTLE, ROBERT E.: An upright, down- right honest guy.: LOEFFLER, IOEHANNA: Blame it on her youth. Pep Club 3: Printer's Club 3, 4. . if : if Lepold, Frances Lewis, Maryonne Little, Robert Loeffler, Ioehanna McAleer, Thomas McCarty, Margaret LOGAN. WILLIAM "BUCK": "Buck" is real- ly a "Iolly Good Boy." Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: H. R. Pres.: Coun. Rep. 3: Hi-Y 4: N. Club 4. LONG, BARBARA IEAN: Never idle, always busy. Pep Club 3: Olympic Club 2. LUKENS, MARCELL MARIE: A winsome smile and a graceful girl. G. R. 3: Band 2. 3, 4. LYON, MARIAN ALICE: Trustworthy, in- telligent, and a delightful friend. T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club Z, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. Latin Club 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: A Cappella 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3. MCALEER, TOMMY M.: ls there anybody who doesn't know him? B. L. S. 4: Pres. H. R. 2: Sec. H. R. 3: Hi-Y 2. McCARTY, LEONA MARGARET: Known for her clothing fashions. Sgt. at Arms A. L. S- 4: A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 2, 3, 4: Gen- Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: First Hon. Roll 2, 4. 1:1-H VM: -J --111 71-::1'ff3-71? FJLL-1-L1-:S-I--""C.'?V 4-51173211135 .1--1'1.'5':f"""5f':f "fr WAT? 3. "f:..:.'-if-5:-.rr ""..m-1-w-5331. .I 1 M1 tht ,- nfl M4 lei St' an St. Mt de V1 M of M ol C M ni V R i l i J 4 Q 4. EH ' 5 Z 2 .x it ,M zz, t if 45 Y , X . , , al- -k Z. YS ne 2, nn- S. tin 4. Jn. dY H. or S, 9Tl ,,. .- . ,. ....-.-, f - 1, e-. - L40 3- -j 33. -1 is ff ',:...1L5..'.ff'.:i.:.f...X-X ,- -Q -T.:-' Q "sL1f"34'a5' '-ii'1i1-A-""+'r-"S """'Hi3l fl.9.25f..1EJ12s:.His-r.JH:1-fv.:::,:':.:ibs1afffva1f- .-,A , , ,, , .,a,r,. , , , 54, ., , gf V+ rffnnal--H-Pb. . " . ,,.,.s.,e...,...', az- :nv - ' 5375 -' -- "" ,aa 4 - J .f i.T--rH"-'- 9i"'7."'7i"2, .inf .,-e.f.l?L7f',.., ,I-P1-1'--i"3"'1"" 'H-' 'rr L-'r"""+'f'."fT2'f3 fam' J. f...:. J. -rf-I-:l4'r'f'1. - . Av. I- . -..ra a I. --- M- -' 4 - A- " ' McCLURE. RICHARD LEE: He's headed for the aviation field. Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 2. McDANIELS. ELIZABETH: A flash in ath- letics. A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: H. R. Officer 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: All-Star Basketball, Hockey and Volleyball 2: Basketball Play Day 3: All- Star Hockey 3. MclNTlRE, VIRGINIA: Quiet and reserved: deserving merit. All-Star Hockey 3: All-Star Volleyball 3. MARRS, CLARABELLE: Secure in the hearts of her friends. Entered from Westport High. MADISON. ROBERT LEE: Another soldier of good repute. Rifle Club 3: Corp. R. O. T. C. 3: Crack Platoon 3: Crack Company 3. MAI-IAN, LUCILLE: Popular, studious, dig- nified--all in one. Printers Club 4: Viking Varieties 3, 4: Hostess of H. R. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 4. McClure, Richard Mahrle, Richard Masinia. Guy McDaniels, Elizabeth Maness, Dale Matson, Gloria MAHRLE. RICHARD: He's small, but pow- erful on a dance floor. H. R. Parliamentarian 4: Sgt. R. O. T. C.: Viking Varieties 4: Lt. R. O. T. C. 4. MANESS, WILLIAM DALE: A good sport. Hi-Y 2. MARLEY. ROBERT: A man of pleasure. Vice-Pres. H. R. 4: Treas. Printers Club 4: Printers Club 4. MARQUIS, ROBERT D., IR.: He fixes every- thing. including radios. Hi-Y Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 2, 3, 4: H. R. Pres. 4: Football 4: Spring Play 3: R. O. T. C. 2. MARTIN. MARILYN LOUISE: She's an ac- tress of the highest order. T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 4: Dramatic Club 3: Initiator T. L. S. 3. MATSON, GLORIA VIRGINIA: Active and popular: very much so. T. L. S. 2, 3: Rep. T. L. S. 3: Latin Club 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: Annual Staff 4: Band Z, 3, 4: Orchestra 3: H. R. Pres. 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: Stud. Coun. 4: Vice-Pres. H. R.: All-Star Volley- ball: All-Star Giant Volleyball: All-Star Basketball 2: Capt. All-Star Volleyball 2: G. R. 2, 3, 4. Mclntire, Virginia Marley, Robert Merrill, William Marrs, Clarabell Marquis. Robert Michael, Madonna .fl , ti 5 I j ,K f ,Q v f f 5 , . ' I . MASDEN, NORMA: Blonde and Carefree. MASINIA, GUY PAUL: A future doctor. no doubt. H. R. Pres. 2: H. R. Vice-Pres. 2: H. R. Vice-Pres. 3: Society Treasurer. MERRILL, WILLIAM: Northeast will long re- member his voice and personality. Pres. of Senior Class: Solo Contest 2, 3, 4: Viking Varieties 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 2, 3, 4: Pres. H. R. 2: Hi-Y 2, 4: Vice-Pres. N. S. D.: A Cap- pella 3, 4: Hi-Y Songleader 4: Znd Vice- Pres. Stud. Coun. MIGLIAZZO, ANTHONY GEORGE: A real worker. Athletics. . MADONNA: An all-around capa- ble, girl. A Cappella 3, 4: G. R. 3, 4: Vik: ing Varieties 3: Solo Contest 2, 3, 4: Pres. I-I. R. 2: Sec. H. R. 3, 4. MINOR, ALICE LOUISE: Pretty and wise. D. L. S. 4. Mahan, Lucille Masden. Norma Minor. Louise Madison, Lee Martin, Marilyn Migliazzo, Anthony KV ,Mm- if Fl Mistretta, Annabelle Mistretta, Anna Nelson, Charles Nelson, Francis Novello, Gloria Nugent, Harold MISTRETTA, ANNABELLE MARIE: Ioy is wisdom. D. L. S. 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Al. Stud. Coun. 3. MISTRETTA, ANNA: Those dark eyes, dark and deep. Gen. Hon. Roll 4. MORAN, DORIS IEAN: Her main interests are commercial. MORTON. TED CLYDE: He sees the humor of things. Track: Courier Staff 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Dramatic C. 2, 3. MOYER, LEROY: We'll all be glad to say we knew him when-. Pres. Hi-Y 2, 3: Giftorian Ir. Class 3: Highest Hon. Roll 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 4: Ring and Pin Comm. 4: Gift Comm. 4: Pres. H. R. 2, 4: Stud. Coun. 2, 3. MURRAY, CLARA FAY: Maybe she doesn't say much, but deeds speak louder than words. D. L. S. 2, 3, 4: lnitiator D. L. S. 4. Page 116 ff, fi ' . - WF .a f s. . ' , 9 ? fe O? 4 J i 'Q A A ' l Q ' P. f Cl ,I - at ml C A G P f Z ' . Mu, H ft MW c ns. my ,V 0 G 4 P d' if , li WAI'imw,,,.32 V Q P 3 ' tl if f 7 if W Q P 4 It X c i 'V K P Moran, Doris lean Morton, Theodore Moyer, LeRoy Murray, Clara Fay y. Nesbeitt, Philip Newlon, Lucille Nitz, Robert Nix, Shirley Q O'Dell, Vivian O'Donnell, Ioseph Olsen, Norma Osborne, Virginia NELSON. CHARLES RICHARD: Have you ever seen him blush? Vice-Pres. Aviation Club, 3, 4: Latin Club 3: D. L. S. 3, 4: Track Team 3, 4: Swimming Team 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Pres. Aviation Club 4. NELSON, FRANCIS S.: Little said but much done. R. O. T. C. 3: Rifle Club 3. NESBEITT. PHILIP LAWSON: With pertect ease he makes all "E's." N. S. D. 4: Treas. N. S. D. 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Treas. Latin Club 3: Pres. Latin Club 4: Stud. Coun. Alt. 4: Rep. H. R. 4: Editor ot Courier 4: Lit. Contest 3: Highest Hon. Roll 4. NEWLON, LUCILE: Dark hair. dark eyes, and a violinist. A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Hon. Roll 2, 4: Seal Club 2, 3: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Sec. H. R. 3: Treas. H. R. 2: Parlia- mentarian H. R. 4. J, .6 rg, ' - affw,-rd-6i'.vL..f NITZ, ROBERT EARL: A popular, hard-work- ing, intelligent leader. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: Annual Staff 4: R. O. T. C. Capt. 4: B. L. S. 4: Pres. H. R. 4: Debate Team 4: B. L. S. Treas. 4. NIX. SHIRLEY: Consistently iolly. Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: Latin Club 4: G. R. 4. NOVELLO, GLORIA: Gentlemen really pre- ter brunettes. NUGENT, HAROLD: He's quiet, but not all the time. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Track 4. O'DELL. VIVIAN LOUISE: Stay as sweet as you are. A. L. S. 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Stud. Coun. 4: H. R. Sec. 4. N N O'DONNELL, IOSEPH CLAYTON: A boy with a big heart. X N Y OLSEN, NORMA MAY: Patience beams from dark eyes. D. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. 47 Olympic Club 2: All-Star Volleyball Z. OSBORNE, VIRGINIA I.: The perfect kind of an American girl. D. L. S. 2, 3. 4: Seal Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Volleyball 2: Hockey 3. -....... . - .,,, . .-.-.. - . -em g, .u--s F" 5,1 J-..e..f. .:...':-4 f-1-l::S','3L:,jj',fn,..g. " , ' ,Q .1 ffg"'.,, , , L f,....s. 1' I ir"-' ".. -. . .' r U Q 4 ., . .. - ... ...:a.a. ev-uf4'7' 'N' ..,... Ft. 4- .H -' .gn . .. -..--A AV I.. ..,.,,- ., ,, 4. PAGE, IEAN CORRINNE: A small package of energy and willingness. Pep Club 4. PARKS, SHIRLEY ANN: Titian-haired, viva- cious Shirley has won a name for herself at Northeast. Ed-in-Chief oi Annual 4: Ed-in- Chief Courier 3: A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Treasurer A, L. S. 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Secretary G. R. 3: G. R. Cabinet 4: Pep Club 3: Pub. Chairman Pep Club 3: Latin Club 2: Dramatic Club 3: Handbook Committee 3: Stud. Coun. 3: Charity Speaker 4: Highest Hon. Roll 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4. PASSANTINO , LEONARD: He's a social lion, and you should hear him roar. PASSIGLIA. CARL ANTHONY: He says lit- tle, but thinks much. PATTERSON, BETTY MAXINE: Another Northeast Girl makes good. D. L. S.: Pep Club 3, 4: Olympic Club 2, 3, 4: Giant Volley Ball All-Star 2. PATTI, CARMELINA: May I have the next romance with you. Entered irom the Tucson Sr. High School, Tucson, Arizona. Page, lean Parks, Shirley Ann Pavich, Albert Peace, Verlin Pickens, George Pickett, Elmer r- TR ...'Z.'i.f ,Af f ivjl JV. 4 If -'W f-.f .. -.- ..---...-.-...'1...-.p. 1i:,,r,1 ff, , 'i:-1... , .' - -1.4-1.1 hw- V'-V .V " L, , ,,- -.s1-1f.f,.:,-.,-qt--gf Q r, 4 -1"' , , -, . - ,, 1 - A' . xii,QiiifffiltbFT.,-'iE,32j'g,f:4,,,j:7:-..i!'.y7v-J,-'-j,.f?'1tT.'...-':1.s'f!f2'1f 'Lf-,-LQ., f. 7.' 51... .. . . ,..- A 51: ...,,:!'l'f'..2'..Zs'.'.".f-.f- M- 1- -HQ-we be-Tiff:-'flt -'i""r3fFI.. 4.4. ...e-.---It-I-wwf.-"", gt, ...W . .. -. t- . f- PAVICH, ALBERT EDWARD: Sing song, sing song boy. Boys Chorus 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella 4. PEACE, VERLIN EDITH: Dynamite comes in small packages. D. L. S.: Courier 3, 4: Girls Chorus 2. PECORARO, VIVIEN ELSIE: One in a mil- lion. Sec. Spanish Club 4: Spanish Club 4: G. R. 4: Sgt. of Arms H. R. 3. PEPPARD, IDA MAY: Another moonglow girl. ' PETERS, REAVES E.:-and he's a redhead! Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 3: Track 3, 4: Golf 3, 4: B. L. S.: Stud. Coun. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: N Club 4: Handbook Chairman 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4. PETERSON, BETTY ANNE: Who's excited? I'm not excited! A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. A. L. S.: Nat'l Hon. Society 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Senior Editor of Annual 4: Courier Staff 3: Stud. Coun. 2, 4: G. RL 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Dramatic Club 3: Pep Club 3: G. R. Cabinet 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Chairman of Safety Committee 4. PICKENS, GEORGE OLIVER: Zealous but modest. Swimming 2, 3, 4: B. L. S. 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3. PICKETT, ELMER I.: A rising young son ot Kansas City. Solo Contest Winner 3: A Cap- pella 3, 4: Boys Chorus 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: Viking Varieties 4: Solo Contest 3, 4. PICONE, IOSEPH ANTHONY: Full ot pep and fun. I PIERCE, BLUFORD HOWLETT: A nice chap with a pleasant way. Rifle Team 2, 3: Avia- tion Club 2. PIRARO, VINCENT ROBERT: Men of tew words are the best men. Art exhibition con- testant. PITTMAN, FRED M. IR.: Quiet but always ready for fun. Gen. Hon. Roll: Stud. Coun. 2. Passantino, Leonard Passiglia, Carl Patterson, Betty Patti, Carmelina Pecoraro, Vivien Peppard, Ida May Peters, Reaves Peterson, Betty Ann Picone, Ioseph Pierce, Bluford Piraro, Vincent Pittman, Frederick Q -I+. ev: .Af""".D .w-Mn, ,W 4841910 Porteriield, Lucile Pruitt, Wilma Redding, Don Porter, Mae Louise Price, Wilbur Rankin, Glenna PORTER, MAE LOUISE: Efficient in all she does. Commercial Club 2: Olympians 3. PORTERFIELD, MYRTLE LUCILE: Memory is the thing I forget with. POWELL, RUTH NADINE: Energy will tind and win the way. Pep Club 4: Stud. Coun. 2. POWELL. R. B.: He's goin' places. Band 2, 3, 4. PRATT, VENETA ROSALIE: Happy am I. No worries for me. PRICE, BETTE MARGUERITE: A loyal sup- porter-that means much. Nurse's Asst. 4. Page 118 .Aa Powell, Nadine Powell, Robert Pugh, Nadine Pyle, Anita lean Reed, Charles Renshaw, Paul PRICE, WILBUR LOREN: Coach needs you. Wilbur! Pres. H. R. 2: Pres. H. R. 3: Sec- ond Team Basketball 2. PRUITT, WILMA LAVON: She has friend- ship, love. and liberty! Courier Staff 3. PUGH, NADINE: Eager for knowledge. D. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Init. D. L. S. 3: Stud. Coun. 4. PYLE, ANITA IEAN: She's willing. A. L. S. 2. RAGAN, AMBER DELORES: Likable with winning ways. Comm. Club 3, 4: Sec. Comm. Club 3: Olympic C. 2: Pep Club 3: Giant Volleyball All-Star 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Vice- Pres. H. R. 3. RANIOLO, IOSEPHINE: Quiet but not back- ward. Delta L. S. Z. Pratt, Rosalie Price, Bette Hagan, Amber Raniolo, losephine Richardson, Bette Riddle, William RANKIN. GLENNA KATHYRN: Loyal to the purple and white. REDDING, DON C.: Northeast's popular beau-brummel. Giitorian 4: Pres. Benton L. S. 4: Treas. Bentons 3: Pres. H. R. 2: Swim- ming Team 3: Coun. Rep. 4: Hi-Y 2. 4: Reporter Dramatic C. 4: Mixer Comm. 4: Courier Staff 4: Lit. Contest 3. REED, CHARLES A.: A boy who will suc- ceed. RENSHAW, PAUL HOWARD: Sportsman out for a good time. Volleyball team. RICHARDSON, BETTE: She is the kind whose nature never varies. Delta L. S. 2. 3. off. D. L. s. I RIDDLE, WILLIAM: He is natural and un- affected. . . -Y -V -. ., - -'a--- . 'ral Rl T.Jf"'a-.1-' '..- xi--if'iL: 1 , J... ...UH A ,w,,M,L,. ...pn--A asf' .wr-no f 1.-3 ' , 1 yt.LJrJi,..,, . ,,,.-AJ.- xy... 4- 5' Q-L. V. " Ls... .as :.."'i'f'-'7'MAJ1.. ,:fi:a:.2Em-H--1+-A S7' '."L2Z.it2:.Lg.:f"'.-.i...,-.Af X -H K. 0 if L. rl. li l. C. in td 2. n. RITTER, MAXROY IOHNSON: Footloose and fancy free-O yeh! Mgr. Band 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Pop. Orch. 2, 3, 4: Pres. H. R. 2: Band 2, 3, 4. ROMANO, FRANK CROMWELL: He does his work quietly and well. ROSENQUIST. MARTHA LINNEA: There's a merry light in her eye. A Cappella 2, 3. 4: Girls Cho. 2: Comm. Club 2: Pres. Comm. Club Z: G. R. 3, 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3: Solo Contest 2, 3: Viking Var. 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Stud. Coun.3: Class Day 3. ROSS, MATTIE ELLEN: Ot sterling worth and lull of mirth. Band 2, 3, 4: Viking Var. 3, 4: All-Star Hockey 3, 4: All-Star Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: All-Star Little Volleyball 2: A11- Star Giant Volleyball 2: Hockey Play Day 3: Basketball Play Day 3: Baseball Play Day 2: Vice-Pres. Seal Club 3, 4: Popular Orch. 2, 3, 4. Ross. YvoNNr:. Kind ana, ima. Coun. 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, : . R. Ott. 2. SALVATO. ROSS: M t L know his wit and humor. l va' v y . V N ' LL Ritter, Maxroy Roritano. Frank Schroepfer, Iohn Scott, Betty Ann Sanks, Lee Scofield. Delta SANKS. LEE ELDON: At every football game he is the most popular boy. to the players. Football Mgr. 4: Hi-Y Cabinet 2: Benton L. S. 2, 3, 4: Swimming Team 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: "N" Club 4. SCHROEPFER. IACK RAYMOND: No one knows how much he does. SCHROEPFER. WILLIAM CYRUS. IR.: His best is yet to come. Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: Radio Crew 2, 3, 4. SCHUEPBACH. IOHN WALTER: It we only had more Schuepbachs! SCH'WAB. MARGUERITE ELLEN: Her pres- ence makes the day happier! All-Star Hockey Team 3, 4: All-Star Basketball 3, 4. SCHWEER. MARY LOUISE: Pretty. and can she sing! A. L. S. 3, 4: Reporter A. L. S. 4: A Cappella 4: Courier Staff 4: G. R. 2. 3: Solo Contest 3: Viking Var. 4: Christmas -f...n. .f.-4-.-.-- ,,f, -- .....rw......-..f .- -. . .wa ..i.1-iw-14-.H vff4"".3 it-st. -. .1 ' -. .- a .,.- SCHOFIELD. DELTA DEAN: Blond and ter- rific!! Olympic Club Z. SCOTT. BETTY ANN: She's very likeable and then some! SCOTT. BETTIE IUNE: What should a girl do but be haPPY? C. L. S. 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Olympic Club 2: Pres. H. R. 2: G. R. 3. SCOTT. PAUL WILBUR: Too bad he wasn't interested in the girls, or maybe he was! Staff 4: Stud. Coun. 4: R. O. T. C. Ed. 4: H. R. Reporter 4. SEAY. CAROL ELIZABETH: Although she is very much interested in music. she's an artist. too. Initiator A. L. S. 4: Sec. Latin C. 4: Pres. H. R. 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: G. R. Cabinet 4: A Cappella 4: Solo Contest 2, 3, 4: A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: G. R. 3, 4: Viking Var. 3, 4. SEBRING. HARRIETT: She's got what it Play 3, I takes. Stud. Coun. 2, 3: Sec. H. R. 4. ,J . Oy my . L S l I " Ro q is artha Ross, Mattie Ross, Yvonne Salvato. Ross I Sc oe r illiam Schuepbach. Iohn Schwab. Marguerite Schvfeer. Mary Louise Scptt, tie Iune Scott, Paul Seay, Carol Sebring, Harriett I K 1 f 7 Mg A f S f f f 159 f 7 X , ff. W 1 I eff . Q.. sy' iv V Wa . X i L of 4 -' ,,7,g.- ,. . fvftfr. ...,.:- . Y. 1.....,- . ...A Seutert, Martha Io Sk M ' Shepard, Margaret aggs, arte Sn'd r B trice Stettler, Anthony 1 e , ea Stewart, Virginia . SEUFERT, MARTHA IO: Quiet, but yet she leaves an impression. D. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Sgt. of Arms D. L. S. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Latin Club 3, 4: Orchestra 3. SHEPARD, MARGARET: Diminutive leader ot dancing Vi-queens. T. L. S. Treas. 4: T. L. S. Initiator 3: Viking Varieties 3, 4: Class Day 3: Aid R. O. T. C. Hop 3. SIEFKAS, MARY PEARL: Baby-blue eyes, baby voice, and baby smile. SIMONE, FLORENCE THERESA: Pleasant to look at, pleasant to know. SIGMAN, IAY DEE: With that cute smile and winning way he's bound to get there. Midget Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. SINGLETON, THOMAS CURTISS: He gets what he goes alter-or does he? Page 120 -1- ww, xr:""' bv,-nr" .4 Mi? Sietkas, Mary Simone, Florence Somerset, Millicent Songer, Helen Stillie, Gordon Stone, Florence SKAGGS, DORIS MARIE: Trim and neat, the ideal girl. SNIDER, BEATRICE IEANNE: Zip and style, class and smile. Girls Chorus 2: H. R. Sec. 2. SOMERSET, PIXIE IMILLICENTD: That well- liked little Britisher from South Africa. En- tered from Wynberg Girls High School. Cape Province, South Africa. A. L. S. 3, 4: G. R. 3: Viking Varieties 4: Orchestra 3, 4. SONGER, HELEN GAIL: A smile that thrills. G. R. 4: Pep Club 4: Orchestra Z, 3, 4. SOPER, RALPH M.: A good student out for a good time. Vice-Pres. H. R. 2, 3: Sec. H. R. 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Football 3: Mixer Host 3: Hi-Y 4: Band 2, 3, 4. STANLEY, IOYSE BARTLEY: Always be prepared, it pays. Stud. Coun. 4. g Y y,..,.:nar-f-r--f- r ".',: .,,?Wwf,f'v-.. 7- -...J vu-+v 1 f -7-rj f -f--Q -. 1F .-df' L. V- ,,,.-f-1,.......f He-rg L...-,-.f ,.,.. .,. " H - i ,947 C19 f Sigman, Iay Dee Singleton, Thomas Soper, Ralph Stanley, Ioyse Strickland, Robin Stumph, Edith Marie STETTLER, TONY E.: Swell person, no kid- ding! D. L. S.: Aviation Club. STEWART, VIRGINIA ANN: She's always in a "stew." A. L. S. 2. 3, 4-:-Sec. A. L. S. 3, 4: Olympic Club 2, 3, 4:.,Vtce-Pres. Olym- pic Club 4: Cheerleader 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll,2, 3, 4: Capt. All-Star Volley- ball 3: All-Star Volleyball 3, 4: All-Star Giant Volleyball Z, 3: All-Star Hockey 3. 4: Stud. Coun. 4: Courier Staff 3: Pres. H. R.: Nor'easter Staff. STILLIE, GORDON D.: Give me a place to stand and I will move the world. Vice-Pres. H. R. ' STONE, FLORENCE M.: A girl liked by all. STRICKLAND, ROBIN S.: He's tops in R. O. T. C. and anything else. R. O. T. C. Major 4: Pres. N. S. D.: Chaplain 2. STUMPF. EDITH MARIE: She has a heart of gold. T. L. S. 2, 3. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2: Pep Club 4. ..-Uma -'gf us... - 'gn it SI a Sl jo H Tl be C, B. be C T, Cl H A L. se TI h. S. Tf 17 3 lfffl .WZ . ,f, :Eff xx.: ,wx , . .4 1 ti SPEERS, GROVER: Oh for a shade tree and a pillow! STURGES, CHARLES EDWARD: For he's a iollv good lellow. which nobody can deny. Hi-Y 4: B. L. S. 3, 4: H. R. Off. 4. TALBOTT. HUDSON I.: Who will the lady be? Vice-Pres. Stud. Coun. 4: Executive Com. Stud. Coun. 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3, 4: B. L. S. 3, 4: Sgt. at Arms B. L. S. 4: Basket- ball 3, 4: Football 4: HifY 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Cab. 2: Sen. Ballot 4. TANNER, MARGARET IOYCE: Smart, sweet, cute-what more! First Hon. Roll 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Sec. D. L. S. 4: 3rd place Lit. All-Star Volleyball 3: All-Star Hockey 4: D. L. S. 3. 4. Entered from Rosedale High, Kan- sas City, Kansas. TEETER, VIRGINIA HOPE: Easy to like, hard to forget. Span. Club 4: Pep Club 4: Stud. Coun. 4: Rep. Span. Club 4. TI-IRI, FRANCES: She makes a hit-always. Speers, Grover Sturges, Charles Thomas, Rose Marie Thomas, Stanley Tudor, Ruth Turner, Kenneth THOMAS, ROSE MARIE: What would the Nor'easter Staff have done without her? Ann. Staff 4: Com. Club 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2: Treas. Com. Club 4. THOMAS, STANLEY A.: As a Iootball play- er and regular "guy" he's all right. Foot- ball 3, 4. THOMPSON, IANE LOUISE: A girl with talent and a sunny smile. THOMPSON, PEGGY MARR: She came, she saw, and she conquered almost every- body. All-Star Giant Volleyball Z, 3: All- Star Basketball Capt. 2: Olympian Club 2, 3, 4: T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Sec. T. L. S. 4: Stud. Coun. Z, 3, 4: Sec. Stud. Coun. 4: Vice-Pres. Ir. Class 3. THORNTON, CHARLES HENRY: An artist -with a rifle and the girls. Corp. R. O. T. C. 3: D. L. S. 2: Printer's Club 2, 3: Courier Staff 4: Rifle Club 2: Vik. Var. 3: R. O. T. C. Circus 3, 4: Crack Platoon 2: Crack Company 2, 3: Lieut R. O. T. C. 4. TUCCILLO, IOHN IOSEPH: "Come on qanq, let's yell!" Cheerleader 3, 4: Capt. Cheer. 4: Courier Staff 4: N. S. D. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3: 6-Foot Club 2: Yell Club 3: Alt. Stud. Coun. 4: "N" Club 4. TUDOR, RUTH: She used her voice to the highest advantage. A Cappella 3, 4: Delta Lit. Society 2, 3: Viking Var. 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: Stud. Coun. 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2: Class Day 4. TURNER, KENNETH WILLIAM: A "he" man. TWIST, MILDRED MAY: Quiet but always ready for fun. Pep Club 4: Girl Reserves 4. VAN ARTSDALEN, IOHN PAUL: Nelson Eddy had better watch out. Pres. H. R.: Boys Chorus 2, 3, 4: Coun. Rep. 2, 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll Z. VANCE, DONALD: Don doesn't need any- one to speak for him. Off. R. O. T. C. 4: Non-Com. R. O. T. C. 3: Benton L. S. Z: Hi-Y 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Math. Club 3: National Rifle Ass'n Z, 3, 4: Rifle Team 4: Off. Club R. O. T. C. 4: Stud. Coun. 4. VAN CLEAVE, EVELYN PEARL: Full of mischief and life, 4' .fl .ful J f'!1 ,ff ll 1 if I 1 LU 1' 1 Talbott, Hudson Tanner, Margaret Teetef, Virginia Teri, Frances Thompson, lane Thompson, Peggy Marr Thornton, Charles Tucrllo, Iohn Twist, Mildred Van Artsdalen, Vance, Donald Van Cleave, Evelyn John Paul ...wasps l :WZ . If UA, I . ,ff- x X KM: r Wm, tr' , ,f I ,43-7.1. L .- fi , , 4 . 4 f if I Q1 W' 1 f 3 A f 222 M Vivona, Carmel Walinov, lean Esther Ware, Louise Watson. Baxter Weisbach, Lottie Welch, Bob VIVONA, CARMEL MARIE: Always Smil- ing. Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3: D. L. S. 2. WALINOV. IEAN ESTHER: Northeast's hap- py Russian. A Cappella 4: Girls Chorus 3: Radio Club Reporter 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 4. WALKER. DOROTHY N.: Sweet. short. and sociable. Stud. Coun. 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Pres. Dramatic Club: Sec. Dramatic Club: Treas. Dramatic Club: Spring Play 4: Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Safety Pins 4. WALLIN, EARNESTINE CECELIA: A girl of real merit. Girls Chorus 2, 3: All-Star G. Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Volleyball 3: Pep Club 3: Olympic Club 2, 3. WARD. BILL: He isn't tall, but he gets around. B. L. S. Z, 3, 4: Boys Chorus 3, 4: Coun. Rep. 4: Hi-Y 2. WARD. E. RAYMOND: Happy-go-lucky and iree-that's me. Vice-Pres. S. P.: Member Debaters Lit. Society: Member Aviation Club 3. Page 122 Walker, Dorothy Wallin. Ernestine Watson, Edwin Wear, LeRoy Wescott, Leona Whelan, Margaret WARE, VA. LOUISE: Glowing with person- ality. ability. and attractiveness. A. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Sec. A. L. S. 4: G. R. Z, 3, 4: Treas. G. R. 4: Pres. A. L. S. 4: Pep Club 3: Lit. Contest 3: Courier Staff 4: Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Pres. H. R. 2, 3: Coun. Rep. 4. WATSON, BAXTER BROWN: Big business is only his sideline. Pres. N. S. D. 4: Bus. Mgr. Ann. Staff 4: News Ed. Courier Staff 3: Chaplain N. S. D. 4: Sgt. R. O. T. C.: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 4: Corp. 3: N. S. D. 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3: Printer's Club 2: Rep. H. R. 4. WATSON, EDWIN CARL: King of the North- east iitterbugs. Vice-Pres. Stud. Coun. 4: Benton Lit. Society 2: Ir.-Sr.' Prom. Com. 4. WEAR. LEROY LACY: He "wears" well in any crowd. Vice-Pres. Aviation Club 3: Corp. R. O. T. C. 4: Sgt. 4: Mem. R. O. T. C. Drill Team of V. V. WEATHERMAN. STANLEY ROSS: He is re- sponsible lor only sunny weather. Entered from East High. WEIGHILL. VIRGINIA A.: Blue, blue eyes charm you. G. R. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: G. R. Cabinet 4: Sec. H. R. 2. Ward, William Ward, Raymond Weatherrnan, Ross Weighill, Virginia Whittenburq, Robert Wilkes, James Robert WEISBACH, LOTTIE MARTHA: A fleeting smile and dark brown eyes. WELCH. BOB PAUL: Tall, red-headed Vik- ing personality. Pres. H. R. 4: R. O. T. C. Corp. 3, 4: Benton Lit. Society 3, 4: Viking Varieties 4. WESCOTT, LEONA: Miniature package ot lun and energy. Soph. Ed. Ann. Staff 2: Ir. Ed. Ann. 3: Locals Ed. Ann. Staff 4: C. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Sgt.-at-Arms C. L. S. 4: News Ed. Courier Staff 3: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Pres. C. L. S. 4: Stud. Coun. 3. WHELAN, MARGARET CECELIA: Dark hair, dark eyes, and quiet. Delta Lit. Society: Pep Club 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll. WHITTENBURG, ROBERT: Gone like a flash. Whittenburg. Football 4: Track 3, 4. WILKES, IAMES ROBERT: He'll not sink. he'll swim. Lifesaving: Swimming Team 2. 3- . . . .s .. -r., , . . . 4--. ,- ff.-'fx.:.,....x-A-A -v4',"ii."": 7.2 ,-a,. '- ' 4- ,. -r ff- , 1 , - , g,..fz-.,t.mm:..1Q.?'.'?-fe .V ,f ' r, .f-..--- -, l , . .H-..f,.k, .. xy - -A WISE. BETTY LUCILLE: Glamorous girl with grand scholastic ability. D. L. S. 4: Sec. of H, R, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 4. WOLLAM, CHARLINE ARETHA: Here tn- day, gone tomorrow, and oh, what pep! Cheerleader 4: Song Leader Pep Club 3: Vik. Var. 3: Class Day 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: G. R. 2, 4: Olympic Club 3. Y N . WOOD, I"I.OYD,VlRGIL: He's around, but try and find him. H. R. Stud. Coun. Rep. 2, 3, 4: H. R. Pres. 3: B. L. S. 2. WOOD. EVELYN: "Wood" she do it? Cer- tainly. WOODARD, VIRGINIA LUCILLE: Thanks tor the memories. All-Star Volleyball 3: C. L. S. 2, 3: Vik. Var. 4: Dram. Club 3. YELTON, ROSA ESTHER: Modesty becomes her. Wise, Betty Wollam, Charline Young, Annabelle Ziegler, Elizabeth Arnold, Margaret Bakke, Quentin YOUNG, ANNABELLE MILDRED: A hard- working Vi-Queen. Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ZIEGLER, ELIZABETH: Always laughing, for nothing's serious. ZUBA, IESSIE OKAREN: Exactness and pa- tience are her good qualities. Gen. Hon. Roll 3: Gen. Hon Roll 4: All-Star Volley- ball 3: Seal Club 4: All-Star Hockey 4. AKERS, MARY NAOMI: Happy-go-lucky, gay and plucky. ALLEN, LORENE VIRGINIA: Lorene is real- ly tops in athletics! Olympic Club 3, 4: Pres. O. Club 4: Capt. All-Star Hockey 3: All-Star Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Basketball 2, 3: All-Star Hockey 3, 4: Volleyball Play Day 3: Basketball Play Day 3. ANTRIM, ISABEL LUCRETIA: Hello every- body! Where's the party? C. L. S. 2: Pep Club 3. ARNOLD, MARGARET SHIRLEY: Wow! Some blond!! BAKKE, OUENTIN: The crowd roars, "Yea, Bakke." Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: H. R. Pres. Entered from East Des Moines. BOITEAUX, ZITA CATHERINE: Her heart is before the footlights. H. R. Sec. 2: H. R. Rep. 3: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. BRYAN, HENRY CONWELI.: Who invented lessons? BURNETT, DIXIE MAE: A greeting for everybody from Dixie. Courier Staff 3. CARR, GILBERT EUGENE: He's of the pop- ular athletic type. Football 3, 4: Basketball 3: Track 3, 4: H. R. Pres. 4: Stud. Coun. 2, 3: Sec. Hi-Y 2: Mem. Chairman Hi-Y 4: Sec.-Treas. Boys' N. Club. Wood, Virgil Wood, Evelyn Woodard, Virginia Yelton, Rosa Zuba, Okaren Akers, Mary Allen, Lorene Antnm, Isabel Boiteaux, Zita Bryan, Conwell Burnett, Dixie Carr, Gilbert .1 I i 1 w Il -t . 4 1 . 1 ' P 1 l It ig' IU .ll" !,' fl l H 'rel yl l If' - .--v-. ' ' " r ' 5 ,,1- . 'T .J gew ,. '.' Qi.-. I I . ,917 Usa Miki' 4 ,agar , , , X, fx l M .. aw O y W e I , mf f I , J ' 5 ' , 52 W 5 N.,. N , K VV.v , . by . , 0 - . X ,Q S Q . ...Q f I li 4 .V ff ,f f . f s- gf G' If M f: f :,,.' 'ff ' X ,f X f 7 ' "jf ' 'K s f , f , . .5 I Gruner, Maxine Gosney, Virginia Evans, Dorothy Epperson, I. R. Craig, Ardys Coldsnow, Martha GRUNER, MAXINE: Interested in every- thing with all "E's." T. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2. 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Vocational Conference 3. GOSNEY, VIRGINIA LOUISE: Her only fault is that she hasn't any. Pres. H. R. 2: Coun. Rep. 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4. GAUDERN, BETTIE IEAN: An active young lady with a charm of her own. T. L. S. 2, 3: Staff 3: Pep Club 4. FITZGERALD, PALMA LEE: A cute and pep- py All-Star-that's "Fitzy." Viking Var. 4: Seal Club 3: Olympic Club 2, 4: Hockey Mgr. 4: Volleyball All-Star 3: Hockey All- Star 4: H. R. Sec. 3: Stud. Coun. 4: Volley- ball Play Day 4. FISK. DOROTHY MAE: She's just swell. FERRIS, VERN: An A-l singer with what it takes. Viking Var. 4: A Cappella 4: Solo Contest 3, 4: Sgt. Arms H. R. 3. Page 124 -va Luna: 14... .aff D' , sf Gaudern, Betty Fitzgerald, Palma Lee Engleman, Marie Davis, Ruby Coffman, Kenneth Cimino, Louis EVANS. DOROTHY LEE: Hazel eyes spin a magic spell. Entered from Rosedale, Kan- sas City, Kansas. gng, s? Y 3, 4. Q ENGLEMAN, MARIE LILLIAN: Cheerful and pleasant always. DAVIS, RUBY VIOLA: There's happiness ahead. Commercial Club 4. CURRY, HAROLD FRANCIS: One Nor'easter who can toot his own horn. Band 2, 3, 4: Pop. Orch. 4. CUNNINGHAM, HELEN MAXINE: A ready wit, and a heart of gold. D. L. S. 2, 3: Int. D. L. S. 3: All-Star Hockey 3, 4: All-Star G. Volleyball 2: All-Star Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Basketball 2, 3. 4: Pres. H. R. 4: Pep Club 3: Olympic Club 4: Art Club 2, 3. .ivan ,,,.. nw- -Y . Y. I..-..- ,, f ' ' yt' I , A 4571 .l,, f 1 M A :- ,f.,,., A J, 1, . 1' . V , ...Wa 4 1 7 " M f 4 S 4, 4 L 1 , : . ff f , 9 4 X f 4 7 f 5 f f , X ! X 3 Fisk, Dorothy Mae Ferris, Vern Curry, Harold Cunningham, Helen Cate, Barbara Carrell, Ruth CRAIG, ARDYS IRENE: The "play's the thing" with Ardys. Christmas Play 4: Sec.- Treas. of H. R. 4: Vice-Pres. History Class 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 4. Entered from Wasco High School, Wasco, California. COLDSNOW, MARTHA JEAN: Pep and vi- tality along with red hair. A. L. S. 2: G. H. R. Reporter Printer's Club 4: Print- er's Club 3, 4. COFFMAN, KENNETH LEE: A boy with many friends. H. R. Basketball 4. CIMINO, LOUIS I.: His main interest is football. Football 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: "N" Club 4. CATE, BOBBIE BARBARA: A girl athlete liked by all. All-Star Basketball 3: All-Star Volleyball 3: All-Star Hockey 4: Mgr. Ping Pong Team 4: G. R. 2: Olympic Club 41 Volleyball Play Day 4. CARRELL, BESSIE RUTH: Blond-wdynamitel D-sq---1--gif., . .',,.,,qw-, v .,1!"':. Q, HAMBLIN, MERLE EDDIE: The girl's hearts flutter when the Drum-Maior marches bv. Band 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Dramatics 2: R. O. T. C. 4: Drum Major 4: Track 2: Swim- ming Team 2: H. eporter 3. 1 HOOD. CLYDE D WEY: He has a strong liking for that group wrongly named the "weaker sex." Athletics. IAQUES, ROBERT EUGENE: Wonder why he's called Iiggs? Rifle Club 2: Spanish Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Sec. H. R. 2. IUELICH, NORMA RUTH: "Laugh, I thought I'd die!" H. R. Sec. 2: Olympian 2: T. L. S. 2, 3: Stud. Coun. 3: Art Club 2, 3: H. R. Pres. 3, 4: G. R. 4. KEMPER, B. HOWARD: He will go for- ward tast. Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4: Treas. H. R. Spanish Club 4. KIEFER, MADELINE IOSEPHINE: One of Northeast's most popular Vi-Queens. D. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 3: Reporter of Delphians 3, 4: Courier Staff 3, 4: All- Star Volleyball 3: All-Star Giant Volleyball 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 3. Hood, Clyde La Rock, Adele Merrill, Don Hamblin, Merle Lacki, lune Mangiracina, Marie , . ,.,,-,. .. -, . -,-..... 5. . . . . -5 we .X-H-1,-l'-,V 'Y--,-L,,:,,A,:,.,,- ,.5...'.. V -- -41,3 :Y- A ,M . .gf 'L'-' : w' Q surf -'-ls' - -4.11--vi.: ui' '.-'HV' '-f. """" jpg' . , ,J JL.:--as--hd. 1- f 3. 1-- ., . v - 3 N 'Lal YL ,Y J4,',:'yf'1."f, ,gftvffvia-" ' ivfivfatzrluilpy-tr ' 254: L b..:wi3ihi:'5f:'-1l:9:,,:,rHff4f. 7...-.fef.-,:im.,i.irH:1f1- f 46' f5'f.f.M4r H .AL I 4 , Q.: sr Ak W- ' ,I yi 13, t, g,,..r:w,:v.-.sanf amy,L-,V,,.,-,,,..-4f.Z,..'frf.7fi-K'f: 2:3 .1.,1+.LMl,-5. .wQ,E s-.7'a. 4- f.:'ol1f3L.J:' 'H ' ,M - J r. J np, v 4 . ,, q.. - i - . 4 LACKI, IUNE MILLISCENT: A charmer who plays the violin. T. L. S. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3. LA ROCK, ADELE LOUISE: Ioy cannot be suppressed. News Ed. Courier 4: French Club 4: D. L. S. 3: Sec. H. R. 2. LAY, PAUL EUGENE: Strike up the band. Band 2, 4: Varieties 3, 4: Popular Orch. 4: Orch. 3: Physiology Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. Physiology Club 4. LLOYD. EVAN MERRILL: Girls, hold your breath. B. L. S. 4: Hi-Y 4: Latin Club 4. McCARTY, IRENE SARA: A cute little song- stress. Girls Chorus 2: A Capella Choir 4. MCMANUS, MILDRED VIRGINIA: Some- thing new-a good girl printer. C. L. S. 3. 4: Printer's Club 4. Iuelich, Norma Lloyd, Evan Moore, George ques, Robert ay, Eugene iller, Frank .a Z 91 AQ gy, t 5 M 4794 MANGIRACINA. MARIE F.: If the end be well: all is well. MERRILL, DON RALPH: Hooray for a rip- roaring good time. Vice-Pres. H. R. Stud. Coun. 2: D. L. S. 3: Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 3, 4. MILLER. FRANK CHARLES: For more in- formation, ask Bud. Stud. Coun. 4: Basket- ball 4: Track St. Mgr.: Gen. Hon. Roll 4: N. Club 4. MOORE, GEORGE SCOTT: He knows what's what. B. L. S. 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: Volleyball 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Sec. H. R. 4. l'gL FW MORTON, MARY MABELLE: S n s no eulogy, she speaks for herself. C. L. S 2, 3: Dec. Rep. Lit. Contest 2: H. R. Treas. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll. NEWMAN. ROBERT DONALD: Oh, these army men! Lieutenant R. O. T. C. 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Viking Varieties 3, 4: R. O. T. C. Circus 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Marching Band 3, 4: H. R. Vice-Pres. 2: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Kiefer, Madeline McManus, Mildred Newman, Don Kemper, Howard McCarty, Irene Morton, Mary Ai 4 " , f f 3 4 4 Wm W 64 Q, X ,, ,, " w I : .X L I, , .. .v f I-4 Q11 x . H- J .:. .J W .mm-am.. fx . ' ' North, Iohn Ohlsen, Betty Reeder, Aileen Reese, Robert Smith, Ioe Smith, Oneta NORTH, IOI-IN WILLIAM: Capable and perservering. Pres. H. R. 2, 3: D. L. S. 3, 4. OHLSEN, BETTY: "Stop me if you've heard this." T. L. S. 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Physiography Club 3, 4: Courier 4: Vice- Pres. T. L. S. 4: Safety Pins 3, 4. PACE, IASPER: You can't have your pie and eat it too. PATTERSON, ROBERT BURNS: He knew what was what! Stud. Coun. 2. 3. POWERS, FRANCIS: Let's see a little power? RAMOS, IIMMY FRANK: Persistency will win. Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Popular Orchestra 2. Page 126 .f"' Pace, Jasper Patterson, Robert Reese, Trevor Saunders, Iames Smith, R. V. Smith, Walter REEDER, LAVENA AILEEN: Have you ever seen a tlapper? Stud. Coun. 4: C. L. S. 2, 3: G. R. 4: Sec. H. R. 3. REESE, ROBERT FRANCIS: Come on gang. let's have a good time. Pres. H. R. 3: Sec. Aviation Club 4: Vice-Pres. Radio Club 3. REESE. TREVOR DAVID: Quiet, but oh what fun! Viking Varieties 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 4: Sec. H. R. 2. SAUNDERS, IAMES P.: Good-looking chap isn't he? Stud. Coun. 3: Gen. Hon Roll 2, 3: D. L. S. 2: H. R. Pres. 3. SAVOCA. ROSE MARIE: Dark, beautiful, and full of fun. Sec. H. R. 2: Sec. of History 2: D. L. S. SCHNACKENBERG, IACK CURTIS: Where there's life, there's hope. af' 3 , 2 2 r 2 5 , 4 Powers, Francis Ramos, Iimmy Savoca, Rose Schnackenberq, lack Spaeth, Inez Stevenson, Beryl SMITH, IOE CHRIS: A popular boy with artistic ability. R. O. T. C. Lieut. 4: Courier Staff 4: Aviation Club 4: Rifle Club 2, 3: Crack Company 3: Crack Platoon 3: R. O. T. C. Circus 2, 3, 4: Art Club 3, 4: Field Day 2, 3, 4. SMITH. ONETA MAE: Some say she's quiet, is she? SMITH, RAY V., IR.: A shy but popular fellow. SMITH. WALTER GREY: I-'ate could not conceal him by naming him Smith. D. L. S. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Cabinet 4: Aviation Club 2. 3, 4: Rifle Club 2: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4. SPAETH, INEZ SPENCER: School would be a desert if it weren't for gym. All-Star Base- ball 2, 3: All-Star Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Giant Volleyball 2, 3: All-Star Hockey 3, 41 Baseball Play Day 2: Hockey Play Day 35 Pres. Seal Club 4: Olympic Club 2, 3: Inf dividual Sports 3: All-Star Basketball 2, 3. STEVENSON. EDWARD BERYL: Popular with the girls. Band, 2, 3. 4. ...-.. .- .-,., -. , J L, . 1.-3435, . . u.-'-..D '.....-.-- ' 'f- , ., ,. J . A .1.,.,..v-f-. - -, , :- : ,..4. I V .V Al V www L 'V Mini.. ,,,,... f . STOKES, EDNA RUTH: She works steadily -in everything. G. R. 2, 3: Printers Club 2. 3. SWAYNE, MARY ELLEN: Gentle and sweet -'nufl said! THROOP. MARGUERITE: A quiet mind is richer than a crown. Gen. Hon. Roll 3. TURK, ROY EDWARD: Girls, he came from East. Entered from East. VILES, MYRLE DEE: And can she play the piano! Entered from Central High School and Fredonia High School. Fredonia, Kan- sas. A. L. S. 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Vice- Pres. H. R. 4: Viking Varieties 4: Solo Con- test Pianist 3, 4: Stud. Coun. 4. WATSON, JACK: Greetings and salutations, folks. Stud. Coun. 2: Vice-Pres. Woodshop Local 4. Stokes, Edna Wilson. Eugene Cox, Kenneth Swayne, Mary Ellen Young, William Cundiff, Ioan W' fill? ,fm 'gif-:.:,ij -A .M-' ' . ' ,Q ' , .. 7. . .... If 3 f 1 . ' , ff N.. b f A' I ' . , j t ', 4 ' -." A I 4 A., . .67 ,gf j, ,-' Z--f ff . 1- if'-f ' ." .f1f:mmv.2.f-.41 -F51--2-.Q . , fl. :-..fQ. -Jw---1-'g.7..'.2":..if-411'-'H.f:: 1 ' .u,nY,,,,.v,,-,1..y-v- -..-... 5-UU, ...fJn.4,..n ..-, -. 4, ..:..w+,.nf-- -v ,-.....- --1'-'-f'.,: . f. WILSON, EUGENE P.: Work iust doesn't agree with him. YOUNG, WILLIAM H.: Why don't they put beds in the classrooms? ALEXANDER, MINNIE IOE: Maybe she's quiet--when she sleeps. Olympian Club 3, 4: All-Star Hockey 3, 4: All-Star Basket- ball 3, 4: All-Star Volleyball 3, 4: Volleyball Play Day 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 4. ANDERSON, IAY THOMAS: "Our" all-star quarterback. H. R. Pres. 2: Football 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: N Club 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3: H. R. Basketball Champions 3: Interscho- lastic "All-Star" Football Player. BEAGLE, SHIRLEY RAY: Northeast's red- haired Romeo! Pres. Delphians 3: Delphians 2, 3: Chaplain Delphians 3: G.L.S. 4: Acting Treas. B. L. S. 4: Pres. H. R. 2: Stud. Coun. 3: Sec. H. R. 4: Dramatic Club 4: Lit Contest 2, 3: Debate Team: Pres. H. R. 4: Sec. B. L. S. 4. WAMSLEY, CLYDE ELDON: "You have to be a football hero." Football 4: H. of A. Baseball 3, 4: Vice-Pres. H. R. 2: H. R. Bas- ketball 3, 4: N Club 4: Sec. H. R. 3. COX, KENNETH WILLIAM: An officer who can dance. R. O. T. C. Circus 2: Corporal, Sgt., First Sgt. 3: Lieut. 4: Delphians 2, 3: Won Individual Drill 2: American Legion Winner 3: Viking Varieties 3: Crack Squad 2: Crack Company 3: Rifle Club. CUNDIFF, IOAN: Brimming over with mis- chief. C. L. S. 4. Entered from St. Mary's Academy, Leavenworth, Kansas. EVANS. MARY EVELYN: Sincere in manner. courageous in spirit. Girls Chorus 2: A Cap- pella l: Pres. H. R. Z. s HOLLIS. EARL K.: Military bearing. winning smile-that's Earl. Lieut. R. O. T. C. 4: Cor- poral 3: Sgt. 3: R. O. T. C. Circus 2, 3, 4: Viking Varieties 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Crack Squad, Platoon and Company 2: Company 3. HOWARD, GLEN C.: One to be missed. BOOKER, MARY LOU: Her stock of smiles and cheerfulness never run low. Spanish Club 2. Throop, Marguerite Turk, Roy Viles, Myrle Watson, lack Alexander, Minnie Ioe Anderson. Iay Beagle, Shirley Wamsley, Eldon Evans, Mary Hollis, Earl Howard, Glen Booker, Mary Lou S S , 1 .1 A. , QQ if 'M' , Lo X . V .subse- lar. 4 i " S , f f 4 fy Q I, f Efxwn 'w::-,5, 1 ,, f 1 I E ' 4 if ' S. ,Q , f f .f , , f, 4 2.5 44 'W 1 . , 5 f , - - . ,- , - -jeff: I fa p , f if 4 . ff -5 1 4 A ' ' , ' X ' ' , , : , ,A , .v , 5.3 . , f 'ff " ,Q f f -1 14: ,QQ ' W I 'I :lfvt f fl 4 4 f f W .a 4' 4 1 ff 2 az - - ff W Fa: t :Z R Martin, Gordon Myers, loseph Schneider, Frances Richards, Georgia Veal, Norma White, George MARTIN, GORDON E.: He gets his lines and his "lyings" mixed up. Entered from East High School. Printers Club 3, 4. MYERS, IOSEPH MYERS: A merry heart lives long. B. L. S. 3, 4: Pres. H. R. 1: Sec. H. R. Z: Bank 3: Pres. H. R. 3. MILLER, DONALD R.: Born for success, if he wills it. MONROE, IOHN CLAYTON: Football is his favorite, but girls run a close second. Foot- ball 3, 4: Hi-Y 3: Track 3: N Club 4. MOODY, EDNA MAE: Silence in a girl? Not with Edna Mae, at least. Pres. H. R. Z: Vice-Pres. H. R. 3, 4: A. L. S. 2, 4: Pep Club 3: Art Club 4: First-Aid Club 4. PATTERSON, CHRIS ROBERT: A friend to all, foe to none. Football 3, 4: N Club 4: H. R. Reporter 2. Page 128 P' V., 5 f , 1-Wfvf, .:-.4f.- .rbi e."'-' '.L'-4f1'l',."-'-f- A, ,.--v,',,:- .vf .I VL. ,Z--1-f-7 ,gg f m" "V,, ..., ,. . . . ,'Q,,, , M , E. , in w. ,Mis , I 2 X, Q Miller, Donald Monroe, Clayton Moody, Edna Mae Patterson, Chris I Riddle, Franklin Rinehart, Charles Schlichter, Iohn Sellers, Eugene Williamson, Bruce Beard, Jeffery Karr, Bob Lindsey, Ruby SCHNEIDER, FRANCES LOUISE: She's got her ways-good ways. All-Star Hockey 2: All-Star Volleyball 2: Treas. H. R. 4: Vik. Var. 4. RICHARDS, GEORGIA MAY: Play is better than work. All-Star Volleyball 2: Gen. Hon. Roll 3. RIDDLE, FRANKLIN: Will he ever grow up? Pres. H. R. 2: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4: Sgt. 4: Gen. Hon. Roll 4: Stud. Coun. Rep. 3. RINEHART, CHARLES R.: To every man there opens a way. R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4. SCHLICHTER, IOHN ANTHONY: The life of any and every party, that's "Slick." Cheer- leader 4: Spring Play 2: Treas. Print. Club 2: Print. Club 2, 3, 4: D. L. S. 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Coun. Rep. 3: Alt. Coun. Rep. 2: Safety Comm. 3: Safety Assembly 3, 4: Open- House Safety Skit 4: Viking Var. 4. SELLERS, FLOYD EUGENE: A future pilot in our midst. Pres. Aviation Club 3, 4: Corp. R. O. T. C. 3: Sgt. R. O. T. C. 4: Capt. R. O. T. C. 4: B. L. S. 4: Business Mgr. Courier 4: H. R. Pres. 3. VEAL, NORMA LEE: Nothing will keep her down. Entered from Cameron High School, Cameron, Mo. Delta L. S. 2: G. R. 2, 4: Latin Club 2. WHITE, GEORGE ALLEN: A little bit of fun. Debater L. S. 4: Lieut. R. O. T. C. 4: Sgt. R. O. T. C. 4: Corp. R. O. T. C. 3: Band 2, 3, 4: H. R. Reporter 3: Crack Company R. O. T. C. 3: Music Editor Courier Staff 4. WILLIAMSON, BRUCE: Tall. blond, and the blushing type. Tennis team. BEARD, IEFFERY C.: A credit to Northeast. R. O. T. C. 2, 3. 4: Corp. R. O. T. C. 4: R. O. T. C. Circus 2. 3, 4. KARR, BOB: He makes the best of every- thing. LINDSEY, RUBY HELEN: Keep your distance -there's danger. ff j' tj, K A.,-r-:rw v in .l Q- f-fears.-1fr.f+...g:a . . . . ,. 'f"l7-e" . . - ,"'f.' ,"'.. .4 .1-va-X - ' -1 I ca 'ul' 'N ' "5 "" 9 " ' . Cl! B' Y " " "" "" """""' " " " ' fl' C 1 1 1' u 1- a n-' 'r I' H'aYIWmi' 1 'r r 4' . I 1 - ' . ' ' - ' '. . J . -,..--. .-- 2. .-'ffl-'1e'1g'g"'l . ' . . .' .,,f-'. cw".-.fwfr - . 1 1-114 I " - 3 A -.'.- 1 ' , 1 s 0 O O I 'l"f,' . 1 f' 'r' 11 me . -1' "' , " I, ,-Z-, , q .,...,..,..,..-. .,---- .1 --apo' -7 , , , . 7 - - . .,-,v-ru 'fc-of ,.,,..,.,..,, . -,-fq- 1 0 , ,, , .I , .. . - ,.-,-Ffa.-12317 . if-J'-'1'-f f-.114 - 1 - fy-rr:-111, ,,.,,,f,w,.-rf, .-..,!,,.,,,'-,vw -5 ,.- , I ' ' ' '.. ' 1 "P ' " " ' -' N" f '.'f'f?l'f 'L' ff" "J f 'I' 'J-Y 'V' - - . ' -Q-'Iv""""" "' .. ,J --1----f-Ja--',.et1" '-J'.3-f.-!-f-f---:uf 1 , Z".-'-' V .. S . ... , , V . 6 . , I' ! L 1 I N i NK A ' 1Felz, Lawrence Henkel, Reva Mae Lane. Harold Marsalla, Mzly Michler, William Selby, Hgward 1 FELZ. LAWRENCE EDWARD: Even if he was a Scragg he's all right. Gen. Hon. Roll 2, 4. HENKEL, REVA MAE: She gets along in this old world. Pep Club 4: Olympic Club 4: All-Star Hockey 4: Vik. Var. 4. Entered from Benson High School. Omaha, Nebraska. -A-- Abbot, Bennie-3, 29 Abranz, Kenneth--3, 92 Adamson, Margaret-4 Admires, Gerald-4, 35, 90, 92 Agnew, Gerald-3, 72 Aikins, Charles-23 52 Akers, Mary-4, 70, 125 Albertson, Eugene-4, 34, 107 Aldridge, Ralph--2, 52 Alexander, May-4, 54, 60, 69, 75, 107 Alexander, Minnie Joe-4, 69, 129 Alexopoulos, Teddy-3, 82, 83, 85 Allen, Lorene-4, 60, 69, 75, 125 Allen, Marilyn-4, 20, 23, 48, 57, 62, 104, 107 Allen, Vivien-4, 38, 59, 68, 73, 107 Allen, Walter-3, 55, 68 60, 62, 69, 93, 104, 107 Allison, Doris-3, 49, 55, 56, 63, 64 Anders, Merlw3g 63 Anderson Anderson Bernadine-3, 59, 60 Edith-23 67 Anderson Jay-4, 70, 72, 76, 80, 129 Anderson Mary jane-4, 12, 40, sasi Annis, Evelyn-4, 68, 107 Antrim, Isobel-4, 125 Apple, Chauncey-2, 13, 55 Arbuckle, Faye-4, 107 Arlund, Mary-4, 48, 107 Armbruster, John-3, 86 Arndt, Robert-2, 90 109 Caruso, Angelo-2, 90 Arnold, Margaret-4, 125 Arnold, Richard-2, 86 Arthur, Margaret-4, 54 Ashford, Chester-2, 90, 92 Austin, Anna Marie-4, 38, 68, 107 Austin, Emadell-2, 60, 61, 69 Austin, Ralph-2g 90 Austin, Shirley-3, 60 ,B- Badale, Gus-4g 107 Baker, Dorothy--3, 34, 40, 42, 60, 63, 102 Baker, Lois-4, 12, 20, 33, 34, 47, LANE. HAROLD B.: He strives to please. MICHLER, WILLIAM HOWARD: He's a swell boy to know. MARSALLA. MARY LUCILLE: Socially. and otherwise. she's tops. Glee Club 2: G. R. 4 5 Stud. Coun.. 2: Sec. H. R. Z: Girls Chorus 3. 4: Volleyball 3: Hockey 3. Index To Pictures Beagle, Shirley-4, 32, 56, 62, 64, 129 Bear, Tom-4, 32, 49, 56, 62, 64, 80, 107 Beard, Elizabeth--2, 55, 63 Beard, Jeffery-4, 130 Beard, Virginia-33 55, 63 Bechtel, Stanley-4, 32, 35, 39, 56, 62, 107 Beeman, Fred-4, 52, 108 Bell, Dorothy-4, 108 Bell, Kenneth-2, 52 Bence, Howard-33 92 Benne, Clarence-45 108 Bennett, Mary--3, 60, 69 Benney, Theodore-43 20, 52, 54, 56, 62, 67, 107 Berry, Jane-4, 67, 108 Berryhill, Bette Jo-4, 20, 59, 108 Beswick, Katherine-2, 34 Bingham, Bob-2, 12, 52, 53, 58, 61 Bisceglia, Kathryn-4, 54, 108 Bjorkman. Barbara-3, 34, 48, 55, 61 Blackman, Russell-3, 90 Bloemker, Virginia-3, 69 Bly, Maxine-4, 13, 54 Boeth, Walter-3, 52 Boiteaux, Zita-43 125 Boland, Elizabeth-3, 63, 64, 69 Bondon, Joey-3, 34, 40, 48, 55, 72, 77, 80, 102 Booker, Edwin-2, 90, 92 Booker, Mary Lou-43 129 Boone, Anita-4, 20, 62, 108 Borchardt. June-4, 52, 108 Boucher, Alice-43 50, 52, 108 Boucher, Joanne-3, 52 Bowen, Kate-4, 108 Boyle, Pat-3, 67 Brady, Bill-90, 92, 108 Branch, Harold-2, 90 Branch, Jack-4, 108 Brandt, Helen-43 108 Branstetter, Charles-4, 108 Bregg, Melvin-4, 52, 54, 90, 92, 108 Breibeck, Betty-33 20, 63 Breibeck Ra mond 4' 29. 108 - Y 1 1 Breidenthal, Bill-4, 12, 20, 35, 43, 54, 108 Breidenthal, Ward-4, 50, 52, 53, Bruson, Joseph-2, 13 Bryan, Conwell-4, 16, 125 Bryant, Duane-23 55, 61 Buchanan, James-33 90 Buford, Wakata-4, 54, 70, 109 Burke, Joe-35 83, 85, 86 Burnett, Dixie Mae-4, 125 Burns, Brian--2g 90 Burton, Emily-33 35, 62 Burton, Kenneth-3, 13, 20, 35 Burton, William-2, 90 Bush, John-4, 56, 109 Bush, Louis-3, 55 Butler, Alberta-3, 52 Butterfield, Catherine-35 60 Butterfield, George-3 Buzan, Leroy-33 55, 88 Bynan, Mary Virginia-3, 20, 62 Byrd, Irene-2, 69 Byrd, Jerry-4, 20, 56, 109 -C- Cacioppo, Anthony-43 29, 109 Cain, John-2, 52 Cain, Martha-33 52, 55 Caldwell, William-33 67 Callaghan, Catherine-4, 109 Callaway, Charles-3, 90 SELBY, HARLY HOWARD: Does he ever have a serious thought? I wonder. Clark, Florence-4g 110 Clark, Lora Dean-4, 110 Clark, Mary Elizabeth-2 Clark, Shirley-3, 60, 61 Clark, William-33 90 Clay, Normajean-4, 63, 110 Campbell, Donald- ' 2, 52 Campbell, Dorothy--43 109 Campobasso, Tony-35 29 Canaleo, Tony-4g 109 Canfield, Jack-4, 54, 56, 90, 91, 92, 93, 109 Cantrell, Norman-2, 90 56. 59, 63, 107 Baker, Maree-31 20, 35. 48, 56, 61 Bakke. Burton-3, 80, 83 Bakke. Quf-ntinm4g 13, 62, 72, 77, 80. 82, 83, 89, 125 Baldwin. Maxine-4, 10, 20, 40, 56, 63, 104. 107 Ball. Benona-3, 52 Ball. Richard-3: 12, 92 Banks. Lee---4: 107 llascio, Catherine-4: 54, 63. 68 107 liasso. Joe-32 83 Battor. 100423 90 Baucom. Raymondf-41 92. 107 Bauer, Francis-A-41 107 104 Bressel, Shirley-43 20, 54, Breuer, Shirley-3, 13, 48, 67 Bricken. Virginia-4, 108 109 59, 62, Bright, Betty Lou!3: 60, 61 Briscoe, Victor-35 13 Brislin. Bettie-41 63, 70. 109 Brizendine, William-4, 109 Brown, Betty Jane-4 Brown, Beverly-43 52 Brown, james-3, 43, 52 Browne, Marie-23 63 Bruch, Albert-21 20, 58 Brummel. Nicholas-3: 70 Brunworth, Kim-23 90 Bruson, Anna May-3, 55 Caples, Barbara-43 109 Capra, Salvatore-4, 29 Carey, Madelyn-2, 59 Carlow, Joan-3, 55, 67 Carpenter, Bertrand-3, 20 Carpenter, Jack+4g 20, 54, 72, 77, 80, 84, 109 Carr, Gilbert-4, 70, 72, 77, 80, 125 Carr, Nelson-23 90 Carrell, Ruth-4, 126 Carroll, William-3, 32, 47, 49, 56, 62, 90, 102 Carswell, Betty-2 Carta, Virginia-4, 12, 42, 63, 104, Caruthers, Betty-3, 52, 53, 59, 62 Castle, Lawrence-4, 109 Cate, Bobbie-43 23, 69, 75, 126 Cessor, Anthony-3, 109 Chambers, Ralph-23 90 Chatman, Alice-4, 20, 35, 59, 62, 110 Chenoweth, Mildred-3g 34 Chiavola, Lucille-4, 13, 48, 54, 56, 110 Christian, Bonnie-2, 34 Church, Kathryn-43 63, 64, 110 Church, Leora-35 63 Cimino, Louis-43 80, 126 Clanton, Juanita-43 48, 62, 109 Clark, Addison-3g 34 Clegg, Betty June-4, 63, 110 Closson, George-2, 86 Coffman, Kenneth-4, 126 Colborn, Maxine-45 110 Colborn, Velma June-2, 67 Coldsnow, Martha-4, 20, 67 Colliver, Betty-4, 12, 20, 23, 60, 62, 106, 110 Colville, Dorothy-3, 68 Combs, Juanita-4, 110 Cona, Carl-2g 13 Connell, Richard-2, 12, 13, 52, 57 Cook, Euladine-4, 110 Cook, Jack-2, 90 Cook, Stella-33 52, 63 Cormack, Mavis-3g 34 Corporia, Angelina-4, 38, 63, 67, 68, 110 Coughlin, Geraldine-3, 34 Coulter, Marjorie--3, 60 Cox, Earl-4, 13, 72, 76, 80 Cox, Kenneth-4, 129 Craig, Ardys-4, 20, 54, 56, 126 Crenshaw, Patricia-2, 59, 61, 93 Cromwell, Betty-4, 110 Cropper. Madora-3, 34, 60, 61 Cross, Manson--3, 34 Crump, Doris-3, 34 Cummings, Idevan-4, 59 Cummins, Maxine-3, 62 Cundiff, Joan-4, 62, 129 Cunningham, Helen--43 69, 126 Cunningham, Jess-2g 34 Curry, Harold-45 52, 126 Cutter, Betty+4g 20, 33, 48, 56, 59, 62, 110 -13,- Dakopolos, Anast-33 92 Daleo, Joe-43 32, 56, 72, 110 Davidson, Jane-2, 12, 61 Davidson, Philip-43 70, 104, 110 Davidson, Wanda-2, 20, 56 Davis, Billy-3, 52 Davis, laude-4 110 .. v 1 ' . ' ' fd"-:e-ngf.f: '1:.:-4-Q11-1-2 '1' f :""" ', .,- Y.,-L ,,, ' .. - xv-1- W f ..-, , .. . ,,,,.',.n..l , 44-np,-v gv dd- , ,,,,,-.,--..-......, .,g.,.,....-.gore ,-,J .1 Kc , - Davis, C 9 Guy-4, 72, 82, 83, 85, 89, 110 104, Davis, Joe-2, 52, 58, 61 Davis, LaVergne-33 43 Davis, Marian-4, 54, 111 Davis, Robert-2, 90, 92 Davis, Ruby-4, 68, 126 Day, Roy-2, 90 Dearing, Richard-43 111 Deatherage, Virginia-3 Decker, Betty Jo-4: 23. 111 DeGeorge, Jean-3, 13, 55, 67 DeGroff, Dorothy-2, 54, 59, 61 DeHardt, David-23 62 Deibler, Everett-23 90 Deltladdelina, Christine,-3 Dellarco, Rose-3, 13 Page 129 1 'f' 'fm-"""'s' is-f+ftfF-"-"fEiFi air21f+f'e:-e7:2a'f:Fi-"f-ff-ffsil fa ire' 'aria-P-+1:,f,-za -A -.,za,:t ,,..s.- Af 3... - Q., . Deming, Harry-43 111 DeShong, Dolores-2, 20. 55, 62, 64 DeWeerdt, Margaret-33 60, 69 Dickinson, Virginia-4, 33, 46, 56, 111 Dierks, Walter-4, 13, 20, 52, 54, 56, 62, 111 Diesko, Frances-3: 73 Dill, Ernest-33 90, 92 Dingman, Walter-2, 61 Di Raimo, Catherinf+4, 111 Dobson, George-33 90, 92 Dods, Clara Jane-4g 60, 111 Dods, Dorothy-43 111 Doran, Lois-3, 61, 67 Doran, Neal-2, 52, 61 Dornburg, Joybelle-3, 69 Dull, Ted-3, 80 Duncan, Harry-2, 58, 61 Dunkle, Betty-45 60, 111 Dunning, Dwight-3, 90, 92 DuPre. Irene-4, 34, 111 Durrell, Betty Ruth-3, 52 Dwyer, Johnny-2, 90 -E- Eagle, Ted--4, 70, 111 Eastman, Gerald-43 35, 111 Eaton, Don-23 58 Eaton, Hal-2g 55, 58 Edmonson, Marjoriw4, 13, 60, 111 - Elkins, Mary-2, 63 Elley, Margaret-3, 52, 55, 59 Elliott, Bill-3, 52 Elliott, Kathleen-43 63, 67, 111 Elliott, Mary Jane-3, 20 Ellsworth, Doris-2, 55, 63 Elsrode, Eugene-43 111 Engelman, Marie-43 126 England, Ray-3, 80 Entsminger, Willa Mae-23 55 Epperson, J. R.--4, 13, 126 Epstein, Yale-33 33 Eth, Raymond-43 111 Eubank, Erlyne-2, 59, 62, 64, 69 Eubank, Verna-2, 52, 68 Evans, C. K.-4, 111 Evans, Dorothy-43 126 Evans, Mary-4, 34, 54, 129 Ewing, Margaret-2, 55, 59, 62, 64 Eyssell, Arnold-43 52, 80, 112 -F- Faller, Betty-4, 69, 75, 112 Farris, Ida Mae-4, 112 Farris, William-43 112 Faulconer, Dixie Lee-33 68 Felz, Lawrence-4: 54, 131 Ferris, Vern-43 35, 126 Ferro, Louis-4, 20, 22, 40, 112 Fetter, Richard-23 90 Ficht, Alma-3, 69 Field, Kathryn-33 20, 62 Finks, Marilynn-3 Finn, Geraldine-3, 20 Fisk, Dorothy-4, 126 Fitzgerald, Palma Lee-43 69, 75, 126 Fleming, Bernadine-43 48, 68, 112 Fletcher, Billie-45 48, 112 Fletcher, Donald-43 112 Fordyce, Helen-4, 68, 112 Frank, Angela-3, 48, 69 Frank, Helen-23 55 Frantz, Barbara-3: 34 Fray, Helen--33 59 Frazier, Freda-3: 60, 63 Freeling, Jack-43 30, 70, 90, 112 French, Louise-43 20, 62 Friend, Alta Jean-43 20, 63, 112 Fuehrer, Allen-23 90 Fulkerson, Celia-3: 69 Fuller, Helen-35 62, 69 .-G- Gabbett, Mary-43 112 Galbraith, Bettie-25 13, 52, 59, 62, 64, 67 Gable, Margaret-3: 60 Page 130 Calloway, Wesley-3: 13, 80, 83, 85 Galster. Georged4g 12, 52. 57, 62, 68, 80, 112 Garner, Harvey'-3, 34, 67, 93 Gates. Dorothy-2: 60 Gaudern, Bettie-43 23. 126 Gautreaux, Wallace-3: 20, 55. 61 Gendler. Mildred-3, 49, 54, 56. 61, 64.67, 102 Gentry. Don-4: 86, 112 Gentrey, Kenneth-43 12, 13, 112 George, Jeaniah-3g 61 Gerrity,'Shirley--43 20. 112 Gibbs, Lawrence-4: 112 Gibson. Jack-41 72, 112 Gibson. Maxine-43 54, 70, 113 Giesy, Frances-33 20, 33, 48, 55, 56, 59. 62, 64 Gilbert, Thad-e4g 12, 62, 72. 88, 113 ' Gillespie, Don-23 90, 92 Gimigliano, Felice-4: 48, 70, 113 Glaze, Kenneth-35 52 Glorioso, Joseph-43 49, 89, 113 Godman, Alice-2: 55. 59, 61 Guadden, Rose-23 67 Goodpaster, Dwight-23 92 Gore, Truman--23 S2 V Gosney. Virginia-43 20, 60, 126 Gragg, Clayton-23 90 Grant. Evelyn-4, 113 Grant, Harriet-2: 61 Grantello, Betty-43 63, 113 Grantello, David-33 34 Gray, William-2. 34. 61 Green. Charles-32 52, 55 Greenfield, Dorothy-33 60, 63 Grego, Frances-45 12, 47, 54, 56, 113 Gregory, Nina-2: 69 Griffith, Robert-3, 61 Grogger. Morton-4: 113 Gross, Robert-35 52 Gruner, Mavine-4: 56, 60, 63, 126 Guilkey. Mildred--3: 63 Gulick, Warren-4: 83, 113 Guiiili James-4g 54, 56, 57, 61, Gunnels. Eugene-43 113 Gustafson, Waldo-35 29 ..H- Haden, Janann-4: 12, 23, 25, 54, 56, 59, 62, 113 Haerer, Ralph-43 52. 113 Haerer, Virginia-33 20, 59 Hale, Betty-2: 63, 69 Hale, Margaret-23 55. 63, 69 Halli Robert-43 15, 20, 35, 56, 3 Hall, Thomas-23 32, 56 Hallquist, Peflgy-2, 52 Hamblin. Merle?-43 51, 52, 53, 68, 90. 127 Hamilton, Imogene-43 47, 54, 68, 113 Hamilton, Janet-43 113 Hanaway. Nannette--3g 55, 60, 63, 64. 67 Hancock. Madison-2: 90 Handy, Russell-2, 58. 61 Harder, Raymond-33 90, 92 Handy, Jean-2, 92 Harger, Carrie Lee-4: 61. 113 Harland, Charlotte--4: 113 Harper, Norma-43 114 Harriman, Mildred-3, 12, 49, 60 Harriman, Milton-4: 47. 61, 114 Harrington, Harold-2: 90 Harrington, Richard--2, 90 Harris, James-2: 90 Hayner. Beryl-43 13. 33. 46, 56, 60, 114 Hedrick, Margaret42g 12, 13, 63 Heilman, Billy-23 52 Heilman, John-21 90. 92 Heims, Dale-2, 67 Helms, Velma JeanA4g 12, 47. 56, 59. 63, 69, 73, 75, 114 Hempy, Robert-45 114 Henderson, Loys-43 38. 80. 114 Henkel, Catherinw33 60. 69 Henkel, Reva Mae-41 60. 69.70, 131 Herbst. Harold-4, 29 Hertzfield, Sylvia-35 68 Hess, Bob-3, 49, 72, 76. 80 Hewitt, Paul-23 90 Hibdon, Bertram-33 52 Hickey, Betty-33 59, 60, 61 Hildreth, Norman-4, 12. 61, 90, 92, 114 Hill, Bill-3: 34 Hill, Paul-29 Hill. Virginia-33 59, 60 Hillebrandt, Bill-3, 90 Hinton. Leo-21 90 Hisle. Lourena-3, 69, 73 Hitaffer. Josephine-43 114 Hodges. Winifred-4, 114 Hoffman. Jack-43 114 Hogan, Charles-2: 90 Holliger. Ronald-4, 72, 77, 80, 82 Hollis, Earl--4, 54, 129 Homan, Anna Nell-4, 114 Homan, Martha Bell-4: 114 Hoobery. Joseph-2: 34 Hood. Clyde-4, 127 Hood. Mary-23 68 Hoover, Herbert-4: 70, 114 Hopper, Troy-4: 115 Hornaday, David--33 20, 33 Houston, Walter-22 55, 61. 90 Hoverder, Mickey-2: 55. 60. 63 Howard, Glen-4, 20, 129 Howell, Frances-3: 20, 25 Howery, Dick-43 48 Hrencher, Genevieve-43 27. 38. 75 Huffaker, Mary-3: 38, 55, 68, 69 Huffstutter, Betty-23 61 Huszhes. Oleata-4: 115 Hume. Marvin-3: 29. 87 Hurr, Harry-3: 29, 68 Huston, Robert-4: 23, 115 -1- Irish, Edelbert-3: 52 Izzard, Ernest-23 52, 61 .-Ji James. Walter-4: 115 Janacaro, Victor-23 52 Jaques, Robert-43 67, 127 Jasso. Anthony-45 76, 80 Jeffries. Kenneth-23 90 Jeter, Frances-3: 60, 63 Kemper, Howard'-43 54. 56. 63, 127 Kendall, Della-4. 115 Kenney, Lawrencef-3, 12, 86 Kern, Marvin 43, 86. 115 Kern, Richard-4, 54. 62, 86 Kerr, Deborah-43 34, 40, 54, 55 59, 61, 64, 104, 106, 115 ' Ketchum, Norma Jeanf-4, 54 Keys, Grady-2: 52 Kiddoo, Betty-41 115 Kiefer, Bonnie-23 63 Kiefer, Madeline-44: 48, 54, 127 King, Bill44g 34, 35 King, Maryan43g 43 Kircherr, Ann-4, 61, 115 Hissee, Delaine-f-2: 69 Klein, Marjorie-w3Q 61 Knight, Evalyn-2, 67 Kolar, Virginia-3, 52 Kresse, Jeanne-2: 52 Krueger, Calvin-25 52 Kurfiss, Robert'f3g 54, 90 Kusick. Anna-4, 68, 115 Kyle, Margaret Maxine-2, 52 -L- . Lacki, June-43 52, 54, 56, 63. 127 Lahr, Jean-3, 34, 52, 60,63 Landes, Brownell-4, 68, 116 Langworthy, Betty Jane-3, 49, 55, 63 Lane, Harold-43 131 Langworthy, Josephine-43 54, 116 Lapsley Corinthia-2, 20, 63 Lapsley, Fonscene-2, 63 La Rock, Adele-4, 48, 67, 69, 127' Larson, Geneva-3, 69 Lawrence, Dorothy-43 12, 13, 20, 33, 46, 47, 49, 54, 56, 116 Lay, Eugene-43 52, 127 Layton, Clinton-3g 88 Layton, Madeline-3, 73 Leath, Vernon-33 52 Leavitt, Marshall-3: 56, 61. 67 Lehman, Beatrice-3: 20, 63 Lembke, John-3: 72, 76, 80, 83 Lemon, Billy-2: 29 Leonard, Elsie-43 116 Lepard, Walter-43 90 Lepold, Frances-43 69, 116 Leslie, Betty Lou-3: 68 Leslie, Lewis, Lewis, Beverly-3: 55, 59, 63 Alice E.--23 69 Alice Virginia-33 52 Lewis, Mariorie-3359 Lewis, Maryonne-41 67. 116 Lewis, May Laverne-3: 20 Lewis, Milton-4: 88 Lewis, Norman-4, 116 Licata Licata Likinsi 116 , Lonnie-23 90 Salvatore-35 90 Edna May-4g 60. 63. 68, Lindsey, Kermit-3: 92 Johannes. Richard-3: 52, 55, 62 Johns, Billy-3, 72, 83, 88 Johnson, Alma-21 69 Johnson. Eunice-4, 12, 13. 47, 54, 56. 59.61. 106.115 Johnson, Helen-23 52, 59, 62 Johnson Irving--3: 34 Johnson, Roland-23 52 Johnson, Sue-4, 13, 34, 47, 54, 68, 115 Johnson, Virginia-2: 59, 61 Tohnston, Carl-3: 52. 56 Johnston, Robert-33 55, 68 Jones. Betty Jean-4: 115 Jones, Betty Lee-4: 115 Jones, Dorothy-2 1 59 Jones, Ervin-2: 34 Jones. Robert-43 115 Hartge, Paul-3: 52 Harvev, Lawrencc+4g 29. 114 Hafillitt, Yvonne-4, 50, 52, 53 Hatfield, Betty-3: 12 Hatfield, Colleen-2: 59, 63 Hatfield, Homer-4: 20 Hatfield, Lois-3: 13. 54, 63 Hatfield, Louise-4: 114 Hawkins. Marguerite-43 38, 59, 62, 114 Hawkins, Virgil-2: 90 Hawley. Jack--43 114 Hayes. John-23 SS. 90 Jonscher, Charlotte-3: 67 Joseph, James-2: 52 Juelich, Norma-43 127 -K- Kaercher, Zenna-33 34 Kalen, Alfred-33 60, 90, 92 Karr, Bob-4: 130 Kearney. Eleanor-2: 60 Keller, Howard-4: 20. 115 Kelley, May-4: 52, 59, 63. 115 Kelley. Vern-3, 13 Kelso. Maurice-4: 34, 54. 68, 115 Lindsey, Ruby-43 68. 130 Lindsey, Zelna-2, 55 Linendoll, Gladys-4: 69, 116 List, Vernon-2: oo ,, List. Wallace-4, 20, 32.'52. 62, ll6 Little. Robert-4: 116 Lloyd, Doris-33 12, 13. 59, 60, 61, 67 ' Lloyd. Evan-4: 52, 62, 67, 127 Lochiano, Rocco-3: 92 Loeffler. Joehanna-4: 116 , Logan, William-43 13, 20, 76, 80. 104. 116 Lonergan, Frank-23 -90 Long, Barbara Jean--4: 116 Long, Charles R.--3: 90 Lowe, Milton-43 35 Lukens, Marcell-43 52. 59. 116 Lusco, Salvatore-3: 29 Lutes. Glenn-2: 90 Lyman, Fanny Lou-3: 13. 48. 59 62 T.vnch, Bill-23 90, 92 Lyon, Marian-4, 35. 54. 56. 59 60, 63, 64, 67, 116 Lyons, Betty Marie--3, 55, 59 -M.. McAleer, Tommy-43 116 McCann, Marcia-3: 59, 62 A " i' -, '1 ','1," 'H ,.. ' ' ,. " ,I ,-J . " - ' 1 ,-4 ' ,,. ' - ' - ' '- . 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Richard-4, 56,' 117 McCord, LillianA4, 12, 54, 63 McCorkle, Maurice-43 20 McCormick, Shirley-3, 60, 61 McCulley, Melvin-35 72, 76, 82, 84 McDaniels, Charles-2: 29 McDaniels, Elizabeth-4, 61, 117 McDonald, jane-2, 12, 13, 63 McElroy, Norma-33 60 McFerren, Lloyd-3, 86 McGinty, john-2: 92 McHenry, Bettie Lee-35 60, 61, 127 116 80, 64 Mclntire, Virginia May-4, 56, 117 McManus, Mildred-4, 20, 48, 62, 127 Madison, Lee-43 117 Maddux, Ira-33 67 Magie, Mary-4, 33. 46 Mahan, Lucille--4, 20, 54, 117 Mahoney, John-Z, 90, 92 Mahrle, Richard-4, 90, 117 Mahrle, Rosemary-3, 49 Maier, P. Robert-23 90, 92 Manchester, Kent-2, 90, 92 Maness, Dale-4, 117 Mangiracina, Marie F.--4, 127 Manning, Josephine-33 55, 60, 68 Mansfield, Lewis-23 90 Marchesi, Rose Marie-4, 54, 60, . 63 Markel, Alice-3, 60, 63 Marley, Robert-4, 117 Marquis, Robert Dempster-4, 117 Marrs, Clarahelle-43 117 Marsalla, Mary Lucille-4, 34, 131 Martin, Bob-2, 52, 58 Martin, Charles--25 52, 58 Martin, Gordon-4, 20, 130 Martin, Marilyn-4g 13, 54, 56, 63, 117 Masden, Norma-4, 117 Masinia, Guy-4, 117 70, Snow, Mason, Margaret-3, 49, 55, 63, 64, 67 Matson, Gloria-4g 12, 13, 50, 52, 54, 59, 117 Matteson, Maxine-Z, 55 Mawby, Florence-3, 55, 67 Mayfield, Phyllis-3, 47, 55, 59, 63, 67 Meals, Max-3g 92 Means, Eldon-33 52 Medland, Neva-3, 20 Medlin, Earl-43 52, 70, 90, 93 Mendolia, Vito Anthony-45 70 Merrifield, Frances-33 62 Merrill, Bill-4, 12, 13, 35, 42, 88, 106, 117 Merrill, Don R.-4, 127 Merrill, Robert-3, 13, 34, 55 Messenger, Charles-25 90 Metheny9Loyd-2, 90, 92 Miceli, Frances-2, 33, 63 Michael, Madonna-45 35, 59, 60, 117 Michler, Bill-4, 131 19 1 Mialiazzo, Anthony--43 117 Milan, Lorene-3, 60, 69 Miles, Dorothea-3, 52 Miller, Bob-3: 86 Miller, Donald-43 29, 130 Miller, Frank--43 72, 82, 127 Miller, George-2, 52 Miller, Margaret-3, 59, 61 Miller Myron-33 34 Miller, Virginia-33 12, 20, 59 Mills, Roger-33 12, 55, 61, 67 , Minor Alice Louise-4, 63, H7 ' Minteif, Gwendolyn-23 63 Mistretta, Anna-4, 54, 118 Mistretta, Annabelle-4, 60, 63, .118 Mitchell Martha Fa -3, 35 1 Y Mitchell, Murel-3, 34 Mommertz, Lillian A.-43 104 Monroe, J. C.-4, 72, 76, 80, 130 Montgomery, Juanita-23 69 Moody, Edna Mae-43 61, 130 Moore, Constance-2, 63 Moore. G60l'g6T4Q 20. 86. 127 Moran. Doris Jean44g 118 Morrow, Shirley-3, 55. 59, 60. 61, 67 Morse, Betty-4: 20, 48, S6 Morton, Mary-445 56, 127 Morton, Ted-4: 118 Moyer, Johnf-2: 92 Moyer, LeRoy-43 56, 118 Murray, Clara Fay-4: 63, 118 Myers, Hugh-41 52, 130 -N- Nagle, John-3, 54 Nance, Paul-23 13. 20, 32, 55. 61, 90, 92 Nash, Robert-23 34 Nelson, Charles-4, 118 Nelson, Francis-4: 118 Nesbitt, Philip-4, 48, 54, 56, 61, 64, 67, 118 Newlon, Lucille-4, 52, 54, 59, 61, 118 Newman, Don-4, 52, 90, 92, 127 Nitz, Robert-4, 13, 32, 47, 54, 56, 62, 64, 90, 104, 11,8 Nix, Shirley-4, 67, 118 Noel, Betty--3, 67 Nolan, Lillian-3, 60 Nordberg, Doris-3, 34, 60, 93 North, Arnot-2, 90 North, Jack-43 61, 128 Northington, Richard-23 90, 92 Norton, Vernon-23 90 Novello, Gloria-4, 48, 118 Nuccio, Frances-2, 33 Nugent, Harold-4, 118 . -O- Oberkrom, Russell-3, 90 O'Dell, Vivian--4, 20, 38, 60, 61, 118 O'Donnell, Joseph-4: 118 O'Hara, Robert-4, 52 Ohlsen. Betty-4g 57, 63. 68, 128 Olsen, Norma-43 63. 118 , Olsen, Charles-23 52 Orth, Bobby-3: 70, 90 Osborne, Virginia-4, 54, 63, 64. 69, 118 Otis, Beverly--2, 52 Otto, Martha Jean-2, 59 -P- Pace, Jasper--4, 128 Page, Jean-4, . 119 Page, Jean W.-33 13, 35, 61 Palma, Angeline-3, 34, 49, 59. 67 Parks, Shirley Ann-43 20, 46, 47, 54, 56, 59, 61, 119 Parmerlee, Jack-25 58, 61, 90, 91 Parsons, Arnold-3, 29 Paschal, Jerald-4, 29, 72, 77. 80 Passantino. Leonard R.-4, 119 Passiglia, Carl--4, 119 Patterson, Betty-43 119 Patterson, Chris-4, 72, 80, 130 Patterson, Robert-4, 20, 56, 62, 128 Patti, Carmelina-43 40, 119 Patton, Beryl-3g 49 Pavich, Albert-4, 35, 119 Payne, Bruce-23 90, 92 Peace, Verlin-4, 48, 56, 119 Pecoraro, Vivien-45 57, 67, 119 Peden, John-25 90 Pena, Consuelo-45 69, 75 Pennington, Bruce-3, 90 Pennington, Margaret-3: 59 Peppard, Ida May-4, 119 Peters, Reaves-4, 12, 13, 47, 54, 56, 62, 82, 83, 88, 89, 119 Peterson, Betty Anne-4: 12, 47, 54, 56, 57, 59, 61, 119 Phelps, Eugene-3, 34 Picone, Joseph-119 Pickel, Gennylenn-2: 63 Pickens, George-4, 8, 12. 119 Pickett, Elmer-4, 35, 119 Pierce. Bluford Howlett-4, 119 5 rap-0-.0-P -Q.. ,kE"!'1l""""' . ,. -......... . .,, -- f- - . , . - , -4 ' -- girl, , , -. -- i '- - ., - . - V. '- ' ' -an A ' A ' ' - S -' -- .,- -L - - .-., fat--.. -.- , -.,,,, , ., ., H V 3. .3..5,.,.g.f-4-.ag-ut, 1. -, -.-J --f lfovir. - - - -f- - - r' -' ' Pierce, Bob-3, 55, 62, 72, 77, 80. 82. 85 Pileggi, Felixw3: 12. 13, 55. 68 - Piraro, Vincent-4, 20, 33, 56, 110 Pitt, Hazel Jo-33 20, 60 Pittman, Fred-43 119 Pokett, Clair44g 62 Polk, George-2, 61 Poppa, Anthony-3, 52 Porter, Dorothy-3, 63 Porter, Evelyn-23 63 Porter, Mae Louise-43 120 Porterfield, Doris-3: S2 Porterfield, Lucilw4g 120 Powell, Nadine-4, 120 Powell, R. B.-4, 52, 120 Powers, Francis-4: 128 Powles, Merritt-23 52 Powles,Patty-2, 34, 59, 62 Praeger, Connie-23 33, 34, 59, 62 Pratt, Rosalie-4, 120 Presley. Lee-2, 90 Price, Bette-4, 38, 120 Price, Wilbur-43 120 Pruitt, Barbara-2, 55 Pruitt, Wilma-4, 120 Prussia, Leo-3, 67 Puglg, Nadine-43 12, 13, 59, 63, 0 Purtle, Kathryn-33 59, 61 Pyle, Anita Jean-43 120 Picone, Joseph-4, 29 -R- Rader, Frances-33 34 ' Ragan. Amber-4, 54, 120 Rago, Robert-2, 90 Railey, Don-2: 61 Rainey, Joseph-25 62 Ramos, Jimmie-4, 128 ' Raniolo, Josephine-43 120 Rankin, Glenna-43 120 Ratcliffe. Dorothy-45 60 Ratliff, Vivian-33 35, 62 Razer, Sally Ann-2, 55, 59, 62 Reagan, Robert-2, 90 Redding, Don-43 12. 20. 40, 48, 56. 62, 64, 104, 106, 120 Redding. Jacky-3, 34 Reed, Charles-43 120 Reeder, Aileen-4, 12, 59, 62, 128 Reese. Gwen- 33 34 Reese, Robert-4, 128 Reese, Trevor-45 52, 128 Renshaw, Paul-4: 120 Richards, Georgia-4: 130 Richardson. Dorothy Mae-43 120 Richman, Eula Jeane-3, 60 Richner, Evelyn-2, 52, 67 Ricker, John-4, 106 Rickert, Doris-3, 60. 69, 73 Ricketts, Owen-35 80 Ricketts, Yvonne-33 63 Riddle, Franklin-43 130 Riddle, James-4, 29 Riddle, William-4, 120 Riby. Betty-33 63 Rinehart, Charles-4: 130 Ritter, Maxroy-4, 52, 53, 121 Roark, Robert-3, 86 Robbins, Paul-3, 92 Roberts, Ethel-33 59, 62 Roberts, Glen-4, 52 Roberts, Kimbell-2, 69 Rockey, Hazel-3, 13 Rogers, Jeanne-2, 47, 55, 59, 61, 69 Rogers. William-33 34 Rohrs, Harold-3, 52, 55 Romano, Frank Cromwell-43 121 Roper, Richard-33 67 Rosenquist,.Martha-4, 35, 54, 56, 59, 60, 12.1 ' 1 Ross, Mattie-4, 69, 73. 104, 121 Ross, Yvonne-45 52, 54, 56, 121 Runner, Edmund-35 56 Runyan, Harry-4, 32 ' Rush, Bill44, 72, 80, 82, 83 Rush, Harriet-3, 52, 61, 68 Rutledge, Joanne-23 13, 59, 61 Ryan, Paula-33 34 ..5.. Salvato, Ross-45 121 Salyer, Patsy-33 60. 63, 69 Sampson, Shirley--2g 59, 62 Sanders. Mary Lou-2, 63 Sanks, Lee-4: 72. 77. 80, 121 Saviano. Ernest-23 90 Sartwell, Mary Helen-2, 52, 60, 69 Sarver, Yvonne-2: 59 Saunders, Jamesd-4, 128 Savoca, Rose Marie-43 128 Schenker, Robert-2, 90 Schlichter, John-4, 40, 57, 104, 130 Schnackenberg, Jack-43 128 Schneider, Wilma-2, 69 Schroepfer, Bill-4: 121 Schroepfer. Jack-43 121 Schuepbach, John Walter-41 86, 121 Schutz, Fred-33 34, 67 Schwab, Marguerite-4, 121 Schweer, Mary Louise-4, 35, 48, 61, 64, 121 '. Scofield. Delta Dean-4: 121 Scott, Betty Ann-4, 121. 123 Scott, June-33 33, 39, 40, 47, 56, 59, 62, 121 Scott, Paul W.-4, 12, 13. 29, 48, 121 Seay, Carol-4g 54, 56, 59, 61, 67, 121 Seay, Edward-33 61 Sebring, Harriett--45 56, 121 Sebring, Wilma-3, 59 Selby, Howard-43 131 . Sellers, Eugene--43 48, 90, 130 Sellers, Mary-33 49 Settle, Shirley Evelyn-33 49. 61 Seufert, Martha Jo-4, 63, 67, 122 Seward, Patty-3, 60 Shelton, Neva Lee-2, 55, 59, 62 Shepard. Margaret-43 122 Shepherd, Peggy-3, 56, 59, 63, 69 Shields, Lila Lee-3 Shiner, Wilma-3: 68 , Shoemaker, Garneth-3, 60 Short, Mary-35 63, 68 Siefkas, Mary-4, 122 Sigman, jay Dee-43 122 Simone, Florence-4: 54. 121 Sims, Patricia-33 20, 33, 46, 59, 62 Singleton, Thomas-4g 122 Six, Donald-3: 52 Skaggs, Doris Marie-4, 122 Skinner. Harry-35 90 Sloan, Janet-33 48, 52, 60. 69 Sloan, Patty-2, 52, 55, 60 Smith, Betty Lorraine-3, 69 Smith, Bill-33 52 Smith, Chester-2: 90 Smith, Eugene-33 90 Smith. Joe Chris-4g 40, 44, 56, 90, 128 - Smith, Mary Frances--33 34, 60 Smith, Oneta-4, 128 Smith, R. V.-4: 128 Smith, Shirley-23 60 Smith, Walter-4: 56, 128 Smith, Wanda Lea-3: 20, 59 Smoot, Isabelle-3: 52 Snider Beatrice-45 122 Snider, Kenneth-25 52 Snook, Robert-3, 67 Doyle-3: 34 4.4,-4-eq'-a Somerset, Pixie-4, 52, 54, 61, 67, 122 Songer, Helen--4, 52, 122 Soper, Ralph M.-43 52, 53, 122 Sorensen, Florence-2, 67 Sorensen, Gladys-23 67 Spaeth, Inez-45 69, 73, 128 Speers, Grover H.-4, 62, 123 Spencer, Fred Armstrong-3, 35 Spencer, John-2, 86 Sprink, Betty Jane-3. 13, 60 Sprink, Gale B.-2, 90 Staeuble, Helen-3, 12, 55, 59, 60, 63, 67 Stanley, Conrad--23 12, 90 Stanley, Joyse-4: 122 Staton, Donald-25 90 Stavlund, Erma Mae-2, 55 Stephens, Norma Jeanne-25 55, 61 Stettler, Tony-41 122 Stevenson, Beryl-4: 52, 128 Stevenson, Ellafern-2, 64 Page 131 Stewart. Virginia-4: 13, 23, 25 54. 60. 61, 84, 122 Stiles, Wallace-943 49, 52 Stillie. Gordon-43 122 Stites. Phyllis-435 40, 54, 56, 59 60, 63, 64, 67, 102 Stokes, Edna Ruth-4, 129 Stone, Florence M.-4, 122 Stoner, Glen-2, 90 Straw, Norma-23 60 Streeter, Pauline-33 12, 20 Strickland, David-3, 12, 13, 52 62, 67 Strickland, Robin-4, 32, 61, 90 91, 122 Strunk, Constance-3, 55 Stubbs, Margery-33 13, 44, 59, 60 - 62, 69 Stubbs, Paul-2, 92 Stumpf, Edith Mariz+4g 54, 60 122 Stumph, Delores-3, 60 Sturges, Charles-4, 29, 123 Swayne, Bob-3, 20, 129 ..T,. Talbott, Hudson-4, 12, 62, 80 104, 123 Tanner, Margaret-43 54, 56, 63 123 Taulbert, Pauline-3, 55, 59, 62 68 Taylor, Charlana-3, 13,-57, 59 60, 63 Taylor, Wilma Jean-3, 35 Teeter, Virginia Hope-4, 13, 67 123 Teri, Frances-4, 123 Thomas, Donald-2, 12, 13, 70 Thomas, Rosemary-2, 69 Thqrggs, Rose Marie-4, 46, 47, 68 Thomas, Stanley-4, 72, 77, 80, 123 Thompson, Elden-2, 90, 92 Thompson, Jane Louise-4, 123 Thompson, Peggy Marr-4, 12, 13 40, 49. 52, 54, 56, 60, 63, 104 Thornton, Charlesf4g 49. 70, 92, 123 Thornton. Roger-2: 34, 55. 90 Throop, Marguerite-43 129 Thurman, Elsie Lee'-33 Z0 Thurman, Peggy-3, 55, 60, 63, 69 Tiffany, George-23 32 Tomlinson, Clara-3, 60 Toth, James-2, 90 Trainor. Martha Ruth-31 67 Trummell, Dale-4: 56 Tucillo, John-4, 23, 49, 57, 123 Tudor, Ruth--4, 123 Tuggle, June-2, 90 Turk, Junior-3, 34 Turk, Roy-43 129 Turnbough, Adeline-33 34 Turner, Kenneth William-4, 123 Twist, Mildred-4, 60, 123 -V.. Vaccaro, Virginia-33 69 Vagnino, Mike--33 34 Van Artsdalen, John-45 35, 123 Vance, Betty Lou--3, 57. 60, 63 Vance, Don-43 56, 90, 92, 123 Van Cleave, Evelyn-43 123 Van Compernolle, Carl-33 13, 92, 102 Van Marter, Ruby-2, 63 Van Noy, Robert-3, 52 Vaughan, Jamieson-3, 52 I Vaughn, Robert-2, 12, 92 Veal, Norma-43 34, 59, 63, 130 Viles, Myrle Dee-41 13. 61, 129 Vivona, Carmel-4, 56, 124 Vose, Ezva Marie-3, 34, 52, 55, 6 59, Vose, William Frederick-3, 52 -W- Waas, Albert-33 53 Waas, John-33 52 - '-- f r '-I - r---A -r f 'I ' r -f , ,'- .-5.r,- --.-4 - '- --- I Walinov. Jean EstherA4g 35, 59, 60. 124 Walker, Dorothy--4: 20. 54. 56, 124 Walker, Helen-3, 34, 63 Walker, Juanita-3: 20, 60 Walker, Mortonf3g 20, 33, 40, 56, 61, 64, 102 Walker, Stanley--2: 61 Waller, George-23 92 Waller, Johanna-4, 69, 73 Wallin, Ernestine-4, 124 Waiter, Betty Jean-3, 60 Wamsley, Eldon-45 77, 80, 129 Ward, Audry-3, 13, 44, 59, 61, 67 Ward, Betty Lou-3, S9 Ward, Bill-4, 34, 62, 124 Ward, Raymond-4, 124 Ware, Louise-4, 12, 23, 49, 54, 56, 64, 124 Washburn, Betty Rea-3, 34, 69 Watson, Baxter-4, 20, 46, 47, 54, 56, 61, 124 Watson, Edwin-45 13, 39, 40, 52, 124 Watson, Jack-4, 29, 129 Watts, Frances-33 59, 60, 63, 64, 67 Wear, LeRoy--4, 124 Weatherman, Frank-3, 90 Weatherman, Ross-4, 124 Webb, Delma-4, 69 Webster, Gloria-3, 13, 48, 55, 61 Weighill, Eugene-2, 34, 61 Weighill, Virginia-4, 59, 60, 124 Weiland, Doris--3, 55, 63, 67 Weisbach, Lottie-4, 124 VVelch, Bob-4, 52, 124 Welch, Harold-23 90 Welker, Betty--2, 55, 61 Wescott, Leona-4, 47, 54, 59, 62, 124 Wescott, Lorine-2, 59, 62 Wheeler, Bryan-2, 62 Whelan, Margaret-4, 60, 124 Whitaker, Mavis-2, 59, 61 White, George Allen-4, 49, 52, H-1 -P-If-1 M-f-:.,-:+f:.f+Ir.-J' :fs fafacie'-fra:gsafamfci-V:M51.Q:,Q 1a,.,,,. 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KANSAS CITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI KANSAS CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE FULLY Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools A school that has for its object the training of young men and women for Success in life. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, Stenotype, Account- ancy, Secretarial Training, etc. Day and evening sessions the entire year. Highest endorsements. Catalog Free C. T. Smith, Pres Y.W.C.A. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 1020 McGee St. 133 -4F-Q-4--D qua- Y Z Y , , 1 'F I -- L , ' -edghllni-Q , W-1 v - f - M S - ' :-J? ' dh 9o-g-r:I, --- av --f - - - . .- --.1 . . . .- '. . fr' -' Y' , ,-- -".." """"" -,. -, ...,....:. .- ---- ' 11- 5 4 I .-.- ,. , , - -.,. -- 4 fee, , I I1 f'- v V0 'lv I A , 1 4 D -r'-Y . L-"rr.1-eb '-rw:-.-V.--.- -11'-:'fw-.ef--1 -'Wa he- vi-0'-sf . f'-'N-. -- . ...O-.a... .E-.--.-. - - J I 3 1 V I 5 fl 5 I I I II - I X K .U I j . K I N ' s , I t I A , R I . I W' WX ' in A Il I r . J , 4 I , ,Ir C I-I A P M A N D A I R Y C0-CHRAN MUSIC CD, , N IX If ,DJ K . 'T' 1,10 ,I Ji! Producers of cincorporatedj . 1 1' 3 MARTEN INDIANA E 'J' , D 5 K' C' BEST MILK BAND INSTRUMENTS IN" ' 245 K. , I PRODUCTS GRETCH GUITARS I ' II M If! jr SEALTEST I Y T I A I1 . MUSIC ps gfxr ,fy Ajfords Many Advantages ACCESSQRIES I ,ff ifN.'.'fAf I VICTOR 9620 1207 WALNUT 3838 MAIN STREET WESTPORT 3679 I AAI. IH A NORTHEAST BOOK AND DRUG STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR NORTHEAST SCHOOL BOOKS ATHLETIC GOODS SCHOOL SUPPLIES MAY BELLE KING 4801 Independence Avenue BEnton 9831 I IE I STOVER-LANE j I B E0 U L N Studio of Dancing i ,IJ Dffiksa t ell, Prop. Tap - Acrobatic - Toe ' I erma. ents, Shampoos, Singing - Ballroom J IJ! and ets j ADVANCED BALLROOM I Q ' 0 B 97 I A TANGo and RUMBA I y Indep. ve. Snr City, Mo. 4818 Independence Ave. CH 4942 I If I I 'I I ,qffj HSM f K "1PlffWff0f s. G E N D L E R X 2601 I dependence Avenue BENTON MOTOR INN Best Service in N Ort t I Y GOODS 1 H est Quality Merchandise " 3014 INDEPENDI5 AV . A Lowest Prices Plaone BENT 982 U NISHINGS SHOES I y 3 - A' A '- 'L' Offs '- 2- F- ,"Q-..- V1'5'-f3f-'319:,:':,'5:.'C.'L'!1'-g1g?:-5:F.:fL1iJ-15:!!:'E:Q5:5:- fr? "?.'55'.YfJ7-if-If-255: ':5':2L1f5zQ-'3:-'?.:.'L'9'f:!b!'i:9:".2'f': 2312- -I , ..2 I V ,- fl H , Aamir WE CALL Pon AND DELIVER G AT E W AY BENCH 9880 Sporting Goods Co. 4 , ! -. ," Q av fl I 'B 0 I ""'.1 wa- ':'-'reset-iT! f' Ipfiezn Y -:LOSE-SA! 1- 1::FiT'l', 'IT 'err' fglrE.'r5Ql'f'?E"-'S Lgvaiihl 1 IWFQQIQQ , 1 , .. .. v ur 1 u -f , f r Q f 1 Q 1 1 1: in . Q 4 ' ' r I : ' 'H ". '- 1-if rt-Qu ,frm-:c a':l0'.g-5.5,-4p'l'u"r' 'P ',Uf,",',' ,flu-,'w'I 'f ','.','.:, , 1. . X' f 1 I f x K ,ff n I ' 1 X J S C f . ' J f I 1 Z' o 4 I K. C.s LEADING SPORTING GOODS REALE SHOE REBUILDING FACTORY 2611 Independence Ave. HEADQUARTERS NO NA1Ls USED C U T- RBTGS l APPEARANCE SAME AS NEW 1332 Main HA 0582 A T1p t 0 I X I , N ' g K 01 0 aster A T Q, I 1 yy S tu d e III s FJ I I If home work seems un- ' necessarily tiresome, and ' you work under a strain, ask mother about the study I ia- lamps you use. It it isn't ' 'V T I. E. S. Approved. lighting , ' N X' Y may be making your study Q L ' ' f g ,Ji harder. 0 GOOD LIGHT MEANS EYE EASE CBetter grades, too, in KANSAS CITY POWER 61 LIGHT CO. many casesl L O W e S I C a S I1 Cordially Inviting P 1- 1 C e S Your Business QUa1itYf Weight and CONVENIENT-FRIENDLY Service Considered 28 KINDS Come In "A COa1FOf EVGIY PufPOSe" COLUMBIA NATIUNAI. BANK C, R, Member of Federal Reserve System 6 Member F. D. I. C. cuffon 4040 10042 Wuson Road Grand Ave' at mth Stfee' H'-1-ff-LIL.--. , Q Q yin- .. - ,. 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' 3 , I MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF USED BOQIGS NOWR WE PAY 'IOP PRICES FOR YSIPIR USED-IBOQKS I ,s ll ht.. feb? I I3 A . iq af? , iq 2' .I li Come In and See ' s tml: TV :I xt ji J VIKING BooK ToH'E-' it If 4808 Independence Avenue JR Iv I BEnton '7i651 it vi Jr' J . 1' n rv s "' .A 'R . 137 I I - ' I ' I fr-'I " " " - - ' M -I. 1 . 1 -, ,,,,, , :eQa1A - s.-11:54-?.:1:"Qd:.4z!:bf.:f:4 -kfldfea-as-'i-giver'-".-Q 4-wg J' 4-i..pi93q3Q.13-.LQ4,:. .4-. -1 , , .. I - ,.'1'G-pf1:1. alfa A ff, -,.k.,: ,f 1 ff" ,W iQf0eL kwa-di rf" 1 'it' '11 W- ll' f7,..4.Ai,1,v'-'fi' fi f, 1 X 1 fi -B if "V N", Y Ng. . mm. ..f,f-5-xlfl!3 sc 71.1,-t , A Q, .. 9' L V if , , p JM 1 L sri ,,fe,rme,.atf1, 1 use-f 74 it , A If - Enton 3519 Notary Public BE 9672 F. W. KRAUSE, Prop. A J "ti Lac., . .ifw -f' - g I 16, X Qfjfidf f fX'..fz,,.e-LJ 07745-gf 3 Y NE is A 5 5 'X 53 ffliaul Waltermire NORTT-TEAST REALTY cofhdvl B 31 K GARAGE s REAL ESTATE, RENTALS, LOANS Welding and Brazing 1 g 107 Hardesty Ave. General Auto Repairing ' Q Storage Mobil Gas and Oil INSURANCE Kansas City, Mo, 4614 Indep. Avj Kansas City, Mo. y GREEN'S faaffwjjfzji I National Fraternity and So orit W' ' I Special Design work of a in if Q 0 Jewelry with everlasting 336-147, 7,191 NJ , O Commercial pins and embl ms O Club pins and stationer ' O Guaranteed Watch repair . I Fine watches O Diamonds 'mio' if, l 1016 Walnut Vlctor 6191 703 Indep. Ave. BEnton 3618 A B Y A M 7 S A C e C Y C le C O ' FAIRMOUNT PHARMACY Satisfaction Guaranteed Prescription Specialist Bicycles Rented We Deliver FREE Pickup and Delivery 10237 Indep. Ave. Sporting New and Used Goods Bicycles Phone INDEP. 4002 INTERSTATE BINDERY COMPANY BOOKBINDERS College Annuals, Law and Text Book Binding, Paper Ruling Loose Leaf Binders and Ruled Forms 408-10 Admiral Blvd. Kansas City, Mo. Phone Vlctor 2788 gy 138 J wmjf fb, A "'if'f",ll 4, , .0A,fZ,C! ,Vial AID-Q It QLAVMPKAAXJ 'sq X ' jQA'l4jln"jL lljkccifldfiiiy-' if W 4, 4 1 L A,-fi, . A rf' 'Ll ,I I N7 I o QL? ..:' if '.-1.-Lg'.f'.n-Q Agfa' ii-giaifpf 6'3gy1'51i!-!"'4r-"":-'4"' ' -qv-iurhra-::.7i1'ag:,g.r45v5r57'5.15:,:7 E-:,t351:-Qzgzyag-.g-.ggigfh :j!:,:.?:',,:!:.,-.5 g. -T I 3.11, I , , E . ..- I .t .'.Af1,,-r,'ge-,urls Q , t'gwg,q'.11Kq2fiqj9,Q.g.,.q.,!,,?.T 3,5 S T.: .1 .3 ,,g3,q'gffLr,1,3.! 5. .,.., 1 1. ., .1J,'n':r,,v,r, , vw., ,. ...,. Q t..'- - ', ,'..r'-'1- ' 3- fe'-r'-F? 5'9" aunts' -rllrl ff," 41", -f. 'w- ff" "W "" f-' ' if ' .V - 1- on ,f 1 . . t -. . -.,-,.f.,--If-,ff-fo' l'fft!!""!'! 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Qi . gi I C01npli1nents of See HOWARD CHEVROLET CO. E NORTHEAST ICE CREAM COMPANY 4637 Independence Ave. IF you are looking for High Style. EXTRA value and UNEQUALED value See HOWARD CHEVROLET CO. That give you ALL these values. The home of fair and square dealings. 10401 Indep. Ave. Fairmount Sta. PHONE CH 5215 Indep. 4838 CHestnut 4575 We Deliver On Hi-Way 24 F 139 I . . XX l .. , ,ff "".fCt JCI . 15' I U , ,. . ,,- . Y , . . 1 - - ' A 510, 4. ,. .. 4:-F'-?'!'..: 1:-1 I ,.-ns . e - 4 o" ' I --- --.-f.-E-vEua.4:ixv::'w:'-:x:-f.1f 1-ez.,4,4..,.fgf,.,e-,-3..'1Qfw:f-rfh ' ii! A I . l WL -ffl 8 l M MA l X lb ' Compliments of J Ciwfpliiizents of Y N - o'I'ro's BARBER sHoP W O O D SJ 0 C K TYPE.,WlRITEfl 547 So. Hardesty N. , I If Wm C O' M P A N Y' . 'M W. all : ' .. Grand I , VIctor 3424 QQ f W gf' A nt5 I y Branches QB fix , 'PAN 7282 BEV L LV 5' if H011 dp ff SAN J I l , i I il ffl? Oil? Qlfjmi 0 Kansa ity, Mociyf 0' ff 4 Q , N A W TMAWQBLDG. .511 ' X 1 s City,!Mo. , ' ' 'F . 2 I! A lO'ROURKE STUDIOS Q- Portraits of Distinction 'I ,ll W f ".' 5 It X rf' a 4 'I I K I I Y i i ,, f 2 EINLAY ENGINEERING COLLEGE L A Only School in Kansas City Authorized to Confer 1 i 1 ' I' A ENGINEERING DEGREES , A CHARTERED BYATHE STATE Degree courses available both day and night in Electrical,iMechanical, Structural, Architectural, Civil and Aeronautical Engineering. Day Courses require two and three uyears. Also short, specialized courses inf Electricity, Diesel-Electric, Air Conditioning, 5 and Drafting. Theoretical and applied instruction to fit industrial demand, which assures graduates -of positions of responsibility and advancement. lose, contact of stfudenti and teacherg essentials comprehensively taught. I-Iigh pacfment record. Hundreds of successful graduates in K. C., all over the nation an lin foreign lands. Before considering other schools, investigate Finlay. Catalog on request, Visitors welcome. 1001 INDIANA AVE. 40TH YEAR ' BENTON 0295 140 ' S J, 4.1 1. cg, P r-4" 'ii 4' - . '1 f 5' Q- 'g".'i .:'f'1"'?ff1'?L"fIi-"1 'Pf' 91IfEHS"I'f':4'2"iFFQ3:i'7':'i:a'fk'f'i?5'7'ii'feG'fHTF"Fiefrfx 'ef' ' -.wfeffwiv-'J'-I 'I -aE-'---I-- f '. - . 1 - ' . . . . : ' ' I .w E. I . e...-f 1.--..,.. ..,-!.f-.,1.l-a.1----- A .. -I-'f -rgsisgfgs' If '.' I " -I ' , -:'.,"fg'4'.' '- I M' . -. .V 1. ' 1 Y ,Q ,, K., . , V. . , , . gf-,.', -, I-9' 'IA - .tt B"-'lr - A! 1 1 'K 11 'In V t It -I Y ...Q . M, . I. -Y' I.. A 'V . 4, 'I , 4 Q . 1 , .I v. 1 A , I 1 - W 1, Y Y --L.g! ,:.,,, ,, X 1 1 i, 'g',,,-flv ., -, N. , NL ,V A, HLJI .ix -I I .tv v . f 11. , 1 E' F ' X . W . ffl: M f' 'I 1 x7 . J h " , if ' if XM x 4 -P iv, W i - U A I il' RNEST NEUER. res. .E. NEUER,V.-P. A C M E I Tlfabllsfs 61941810 DRIVE YOURSELF CO. e ep one an 1009 Troost Avenue Victor 1100 NEUER BROS. MEAT CO. , , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in We have our 1940 new cars Radmo Equxpped QUALITY MEATS We have cars and trucks at low rates Manufacturers of all kinds of High Grade Sausage and Lard We deliver cars tree 1 1 J Entirely Different! , GAS AND OIL FREE We Operate Under I 1326-28 ain St. Q Gov't Inspection P Kans ity.Mo. Established 27 Years way x A x Q .JJ C F ,fy V' est of erytloiug for Northeast' X 1 l,'fJM1,'1lljE'YO R LECTIONS OF USED BOOKS OW 1 yo K CO TE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES 13' " f' WE P TOP PRICES FOR YOUR USED BOOKS I 1 xx ' X Come. in and See Us GJ - I 4808 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE My APY VIKING BOOK STORE BENTON 765 1 O I 'K ll Thrift in Small Amounts ls the F izfst Rule of Success L I N412 E N 7135 1 CFJEL f-1 , M 1' "" 3- 5- C, """ - ., fifg, kEQunded 1521. "' lf 'I R A D E R s !.1.QiCqt !jtiST6 ARLE5M5f3M"t 0 fe .M 1 L-if I Ss' 1 N:'l.-3 G A T E C I T Y Cr Linndenwood cofi'gYat1IlateS 'itheast .xgei Sghwv 0 Kanshs-Gig on the. +L M,,VIn ., N A T I O N A L LA' sham W rkC5t"6,idqi1hg, aid-tQ1Yiteg,fEE?'E. E421 B A N K the 'girls of the Semin' Cllgssqc write Mm jx kf5Cg1?I+1edTiQprmagi0n." V ' vite C-L: CL", yOu..iE5Fdi.allyJiO viSit ourxlzmeauiiiul L 1111 G1-and Avenue campus. Fo?'icaA'loNg anal Book - of 'cw , views write CQ, NSAC . J Kansas CIty, MO. gh J O H N,L.,R O-E -,G S. L ,,, W f, , "'r,m - U Member 0fF. D. 1. C. BOX ek, , C ST. CHARLES, M15 gjai , :'CL f- M47 ' " v . 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