Sterling High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Sterling, IL)

 - Class of 1938

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E nfl afion m uurftamlirm luadcr in the cummunity . . . m an irmspirnriunal adviser of xuurlm . . . nw il luvnl friend and clmmpiun Of.YUllf11 . . . ru ll "regular guyuz 1 U Yiluipad. Ruuoc Endcm. wc dedicate thc YCLITENIUIK of thc claus wt' 1935. 5 ED. . cfifliffsz Thirty-nine years of service . . . secretary of our school hoard from the time of the founding of Sterling Township High School in 1897 until the day of his retirement in 1936 . . . D. L. Miller was wise, far- seeing. and constructive in his long and excellent period of serviceg and his interest was unflagging until his death in Decemher, 1937. ckjicfitzuf Jlfu 1.5 The unexpected death of Dick Hulse in January, nearly a year after the tragic accident i'Al'Ull1 which he had apparently recovered, stunned and saddened his class . . . Dick was fine and clean and delightful to know . . . We cherish his memory. 3599 -rr fftiifi ' in Bw Pr! 'F' fi ocvzc! ff Education Mr. Dillon, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Stager, Mr. Griesser, and Mr. Hendricks, have comprised a school hoard of more than ordinary perspicacity . . . Progressive in their planning for visual education, for the promotion of art study, for the new track field, and for countless other achievements, this group of five men has served well the community. Mr. Dillon resigned in March after more than a decade of service. We wish to express appreciation for the time and effort he has contributed in helping the hoard meet its problems. His successor is Mr. Janssen. Mr. Stager continues to serve as president of the hoard. Q 1 K Q czcuff Ubiflclflflllillf Standing: Miss Lovrien, petite teacher of English IV. ad- viser to the Script and annual, wielder of the hlue-pencil . . . Miss Rawson, teacher of English Ill and talented director of draniatics . . . Mrs. Marsh. experienced and artistic teacher of English I . . . Miss Brooks, new meniher of the English staff . . . Seated: Miss Goette, English I teacher who also teaches art . . . Miss Schick, jolly instructor of English ll. kg-ru-rw-nf'--1 vffc -v ...LIIZHLLQBQEL Miss Eorhes. heloved veteran teacher of Latin . . . Miss Schick, who has taken over the Erench classes . . . Miss Echternach, teacher of freshman Latin and adviser of the senior class. 5 , 1 6 ' X' L7Cl.Ll! ACLEIZCE Mr. Brandau teaches American history when he is not coaching haslcet- hall . . . Mr. Rohhins, economist and sociologist, and strategic dehate coach . . . Mr. Scheid, director of physical education, teaches commercial geogra- phy, and though Dwt shown in the Home Economics department, takes a hand in the hoys' class in home relationships . . . lviiss Ludens teaches world history and American history. ,,,... MMJAJ.. A ufganzufici Miss Westtmri, husi- ness-like teacher of al- gehra and geometry . . . Mrs. Davis, friendly and efficient instructor oftrig. algehra, and geometry .. . Mr. Small, male third ofthe math department. and instigator of a course in practical math. AW zflizftvztz Balance Mr. Twardoclx's record as agriculture adviser is an excellent and enviahle one . . . Miss Sherman, capahle teacher of hiology and Zoology . . . Mr. Hoogeyeen, teacher of general science who superin- tends visual education for S. H. S .... hir. DeVoe, fun-loving vicefprincipal and teacher of physics and chemistry. -Ria. .gifiofl Mr. Timmons presides over machine shop and is superintendent of huildings and grounds . . . Mr. Whaley, in voca- tional wood shop, has directed the huild- ing of much school furniture . . . Mr. lvioore, former athletic star of S. H. S., is the new assistant in shop. ff , .., omg CCOIZOHZLCQ Miss Hester, new cooking teacher, is training hoys as well as girls in the art of the cuisine . . . Miss Neff conducts classes in clothing, home management, and home relationships. gjgyiidcl fifucafiozz Coach Scheid is director of physical education, directing, a xvide program of activities . . . Miss Turnell, nexv girls' director, is carrying out a highly diversi- fied and interesting, program. cal uiic Mr. Honens, joking conductor of glee cluhs, mixed chorus, and rohed choir. . . Mr. Bailey, anne violinist, conf doctor of the hand and orchestra. OHZIYZEYCS NXf'itty Miss Hunt, teacher of short- hand, typing . . . Neat, patient Miss Peterson, teacher of shorthand, typing and hooklceeping. 1 1 51071 JJ ui m qwfyfg E Q Nou' Autznnrfs fire bums slowly along thc wrnmls And day by day the Llcml leaves full and melt." +Allingful111. ROW ONE. R. WIOI r-, CT. Hnwsox, R. F1-'1m41m'HNffn.NX'. :Xwlw1uf.xs, R. Wm nm, K. GHANA 'ESQ HZCU2 1OXX TXX O: E.HL'1x1x.'uu.K.H.x1ms.LT.51nmux,F.Mlxcm-1.1.,R.I1-HHuV,O.IH-xmxLamx,l5.Ymxu. ROXX' THREE: rl. VVomn'.xI"r, W. TRQHF, R. SMIYIHI, li. 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Q I . . i . i . x i . 5 5 . . ' s s K 7 1 2 1 Lk r V x ,U I A N 1 ' 1k" ,Z xrx' - xy, 11' vxlk-b 3 J l I Q ' ' ' ' 1" 'Q . 'l 1 x x ' L . 4 1 1 . 4 , A L . ,, xr 'i' ' "' 1' ' - ' . ' ' ,--. ' ' . . z , ' 1 ' I . . ' g . . .. . X Y ' l X ' MFMBERS OF STERLING CHAPTER OF QUILL AND SCROLL RoiiERT FIELDS LANITA BENDEXV.'kl,D ROBERT SALM MARY BETH HARRISON JOHN HfXX'ENER JEAN BROXVN DoN FEHRENBAk H Naomi BEN risks LYLE SHANNON ELMER BARRACLUL L H ARl.Axm3NE BAAIN Qu I. AD aim Scnou, A delegation from the Sterling Press Club accepted the invitation of the Dixini staff to visit their club at Dixon High School in February. . . Speakers at Script meetings have included City Editor Orville Storm of the Sterling Daily Gazette, Mr. Tobby, and Everett Myers former Script editor. The Script was financially out of the red this year, thanks to Lyle Shannon, john Platt, jr., Dale Harshman and Jack Havener. . . Mary Beth Harrison managed the distribution. Script articles were reprinted in the Gazette and also in the Alumni News. Reporters included:Arladene Main, Mary Andrews, Bob Fields, Elmer Barraclough, Don Fehrenbach, Jean Brown, Bob Salm, Lawton McCandless, DeVere Tarvin, Lanita Bendewald, Alice Mae Richards, Lucille Ghnen, john Platt, Dick Smith, Betty Gehring, Viola Nester, Helen Cassell, Arden Daehler, Lillian Whitford, Bill Haglund, Helen Meyers, Ellen jane Wallick, Lucille Burr, Helen Lea Hansen, Margery Kohl, Alvera Gantzert, Ruth Robinson, Gertrude Adams, Pat Thomas, john Griffith, Virginia Miller, Marilyn Perry, Leola Hunsherger, Ethel Hoover, Doris Brittain, June Tarner, Clara Behrens, Valine Stutzke, Betty Northington, jean Bennett, Dale Musselman, Kathryn Cassens, Elaine Dewey, Dean Geer, Bob Castendyck, Leta Houseman, Patricia Donahue, Lyle Hall, Lyle Geeting, Lorraine Ghnen, Dale Schumacher, Dale Harshman. Typists were Bob Haag, Lora Mae McCaslin, Weiidell Vallee, Hermina Vogel, Thoris Hoak, Kathryn Cornelius. 17 U5 liigfz 'z Progress is nowhere more in evidence than in the library, which really begins to look like a library. . . Nine bookcases built by Mr. Whaley's shop classes . . . eight oak tables . . . three dozen new chairs . . . several good pictures . . . a clock-stamp . . . a new oak desk for the libra- rian, Miss Lovrien. Less visible but no less important is the progress in cataloging, the purchase of new books and their preparation for circulation, and the renovation of old books. Among gifts to the library this year is a collection which belonged to Mr. D. L. Miller, presented by Mrs. john DeWind. At the charging desk Verle Yarbrough, Florence Swanson, Quinten Harms, Elizabeth Hurless, Sue Gerdes, Bettijane Long, Lora Mae lVicCaslin and other students have assisted in releasing and receiving books. Our library affords a good reference section, a fine choice of magazines, and a fair selection of hction and non-fiction. . . More advance has been made in the art collection than in any other given groupg it is hoped next year will see additions to travel, fiction and biography. 18 H. . gut Dixon wont gsm? ui .1 U l li Xl ELM -ll l omacomim , YQ 7 "Perhaps we won't beat Dixong but Dixon won't beat us!" . . . Thus spoke Principal Eades, and thus it turned out, at the first Homecoming in history at Sterling Township High School. Coach Scheid and Miss Turnell and Chairmen Richards and Schueler instigated the jamhoree . . . mammoth pep meeting . . . old grads . . . old cheer-leaders . . . yells, noise, furor . . . old-time football heroes marching again .... The school electric over the coming game. Homecoming parade . . . floats . . . band playing . . . loyal fans joining the fun . . . grads parading on the field . . . invincible Dixon meeting her match . . . final score, 6f6. Dixon de- flated, Sterling delirious . . . Dance, smashing climax for joyful fans . . . Blue and gold streamers, aloft a lighted football, back of the goalposts Dee Palmer's syncopation . . . "Swing it" floor show. And into history passes the first Homecoming. I9 'fi U I I . Q ' Senior play practice out . . . nou' for that hig homecoming parade . . . wish Geyer would hurry up . . . we gotta get a front 'rou' seat. 1 Rah, rah, rah ,... Gee, I hope we heat that Dixon team. . . They need a good licking after the way they'1fe hragged that they're going to heat us . . . I bet our winning touchdown is made hy that certain senior end. Not so long ago we were out there leading the students in cheers. . . It makes you feel like the old men of the mountain . . . still it's fun to see all the old gang again. The old army yell, folks . . . and make it loud . . . these kids are getting to yell hetter every time I hear them . . . Beat Dixon! cqfunmi Lila Adair, Sterling Irene Ague, Scott Store, Sterling John Albers, A. SL P. Tea Co., Sterling jack Allen, Sterling Rose Anderson, New Brunswick, N. Rohert Andrews, lvloline, Illinois Etta Mae Anspach, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa Valera Baer, P. G., Sterling George Bailey, l.lewellyn's Garage, Sterling Ruth Barclay, Sterling John Becker, Kraft Cheese Co., lvlilledgeville Royce Behrens, Behrens Print Shop, Sterling Lois Beier, Bradley Tech, Peoria, Illinois Eleanor Bell, lviaclvlurray College, jacksonville, lviissouri Paul Bjork, Shawger's Grocery, Sterling Marilyn Bogott, Eureka College, Eureka, Illinois Don Breitweiser, Chicago News Agency, Sterling Marie Burkett, Wotmlxvorth Store, Sterling Elsie Burre, St. Louis, lviissouri Gene Cies, P. G., Sterling George Cies, Borden's Cheese Co., Dixon Deloris Clark, P. G., Sterling Don Cornelius, Zinzer's Groceries, Sterling Alice Darnell, The Scovill Schools, Sterling Carol Eilers, Northwestern Barb Wire Co., Sterling Eugene Ewhank, Sterling MlllWCl Folkers, Carthage College, Carthage, Illinois 20 At last we get a breathing spell . . . Tooting in the band isn't what its cracked up to be . . . That parade was really a honey . . . and this game is some thriller . . . it looks like we might win. lt's been years since l've played football . . . but they still have a team to be proud of . . . I really get a kick out of seeing my old class- mates again after all these years . . . homef coming is certainly a good idea. The parade has finally started . . . At last Sterling will sit up and take notice of their high school . . . It looks like an exciting game. From the looks of things, the whole town will be there. What yell should we give now? . . . Sterling's ahead by one touchdown . . . there's so little time left now that Sterling couldn't lose . . . At worst a tie is all we could get. C74 Mildred Fritz, Cameron s Bakery Sterlin Blossom Erysinger, Sterling Howard Gaffey, Sterling Hildegard Gantzert, P G Sterling Eugene Girton, Franklin Grove Helen Haak, Sterling Charles Hawkins, Buffalo New York Edward Hay, Beloit College Beloit WISLOHSIH Russell Hess, Sterling Allen Hill, Fort Dearborn Mfg Co Sterling Bill Hill, University of Illinois G. P. 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' Q rr 1 C ' I 'Q Q L If n of 'WN-A y thmz riturs I Pmnltnr thTQ1lllCl'Mli T XIL Pnszdtnt ln tht rs undtr tht dlrtt ,txtfn of s urndl dttldtd to form 1 khLLFlIlK' button, drousmg IlClghl'UUI'S to the fatt thftt Stu Img heeded a good theermg group Varltd Stull at pep mcettngs were. the pro1etts of the t uh Cnc xx 'ts a du er operation stene svm bollzlnv tht Qp1r1t d an thiratttr of the foothflll tum M Ltr udlng group llklllklt, N1l5l1Xl Btnttrs Vlflfllill Mnlltr une. Frysuw r Florente Swanson, Boh Fxtldb Htlen Mytrs Vlola Nesttr Hflrtlet Kidd L Ltfl Housem ln, an Dorothy En bank fall t L thttrlutdt Lmhtrs of tht th l 73 .fa was otuzffc Due to the lack of interest shown by other high schools in participating in interschool meets, cross country had a slow season last fall, but good material was developed . . . One meet was attended at the Geneseo track . . . final score: Geneseo 35, Sterling 28, East Moline 48. Squad divided into the varsity team and a second group who also earned credit . . . Varsity squad: William Woodyatt Qcaptaini, Donald Ford, Ray Pettit, Earl Bruggeman, Harold Landis, Clyde Boehm, Harrison Stone, Martin Hurd, and Robert Eeldkirchner . . . Stanley Heller, last year's track star, cross country manager. Coach Small has promised to take his team On longer trips next fall in View of the fact that the team will be much more experienced . . . A meet each week is the dream of Coach Small . . . Team handicapped by the untimely death of Dick Hulse. Cross country is rapidly coming into its own . . . If night football games are in vogue this fall as has been planned, there will possibly be cross country meets between halves of the games. ROW ONE: Standing, SFANLEY HELLERQ kneeling, MR. SMALL. ROW TWO: DONALD FORD, WILLIAM WOODYATT, MARTIN HuRn, HARRISON STONE, EARL BRLIOOEMAN, RAY PETTIT, HAROLD I. ms, ROBERT FELDRIRCHNER. ROW THREE: RICH HULSE. CLARK ROSENGREN, LLOYD OMMEN, ROBERT BREIIIINO, LAARVIN FREY, DONALI1 POXVELL, Ron RT AG, ELNVIN FELDRIRCHNER, JAMES RANKIN, DONALD EILERS. QKWFA DWJTWM . U C! E q 1 ' Hi! 'Q .X tg Q M N fi ,Q 3 ' QL has ,iff F, , , 4.-f"2 'V' 1' oofgaff With an abundance of line material and a lack of backs, Coach Scheid wielded a football team for nineteen thirty-seven that was above average standards . . . Team undoubtedly got the bad breaks, for Marschang was the only backfield man who returned this year . . . games lost on slim margin. In spite of these handicaps the Sterling gridsters got second place in the North Central Conference . . . In only one game, with DeKalb, was Sterling held scoreless . . . S. H. S. gained thirteen first downs in this game . . . DeKalb, only two. Sterling played its first night game at the Morrison gridiron . . . With a slippery field Sterling came through with only a tie to its credit. Rochelle game was a comedy of fumbles . . . Rochelle obliged more than once but Sterling proved the politer team of the two . . . we had a few more fumbles . . . we lost, 12-T. Dixon provided us with the real heartbrealcer . . . Score was six to nothing in our favor . . However Dixon scored a last minute touchdown, giving us only a tie. 25 I f, U .JL A., .LM 7 sl J 1' WX ' l GJJ-Kr 2,321 A ,Jw - audi LLCL ROW ONE: E. KNIGHT, W. DETTMAN, I. WOLF, E. GEBHARDT, W. REITZEL, I. FREY, A. GOULD, C. GASSO,J.JURKENS, MANAGER j. PHELPS. ROW TWO: E. WEBB, I.. GOULD, B. B1v1N, N. SCHUNEMAN, V. FRYE, M. GREEN, E. HOUSEMAN, O. BOOK, D. TARVIN, H. MARSCHANG, M. TABER, D. ALLEN, R. THOMAS, H. REED. ROW THREE: D. JANSSEN, K. HEALEY, W. WHlTX'ER, H. OWEN, J. POWELL, C. TABER. E, BIRCH, H. NELSON, R. JURKENS, I.. MARSHANG. ROW FOUR: K. HAMMETT, J. JONES, B. PHELPS, 1. BROWN, J. REIGLE, N. Boc-orr, R. PROPHETER, B. SIER, R. LUBBEN, R. BECK, M. BETTS, L. MCCANDLESS. ROW FIVE: D. SCHUMACHER, B. ZIGLER, I.. ANDREAS, E. FRIDAY, Cv. HUEER, W. DLLLON, W. ELDRED, C. GEYER, SQ BOEHM, D. CASSENS, COACHfBRANDAU, COACH SCHEHQ. The team's punting prowess was good this year, but their passing proved mediocre . . . Marschang's kicking ability frequently offset our opponent's weight . . . This year's team has the distinction of being the only S. H. S. squad ever to suffer a defeat at the hands of Community . . . As usual it was a close contest. Thanksgiving day brought lots of mud but also victory . . . There were fewer varsity in- juries this year than there were last year . . . '38 team promises to be light but very fast . . . Reitzel and Frey were chosen as co-captains . . . The line will he strong . . . more backs will be developed. 26 'ZEILZHZCIJZ ff Ili ROVU ONE: R. WOI.F, COACH HOOGEVEEN, R. SMITH, G. KELLER, j. HOI'KlNS, D. KYGEK, L. JENKINS, P. SQHAMP, D. ROI-IRIER, J. PLATT, J. ROUNDS, J. GRIFFITH, R. JAMISON, P. OVERHOLSER. RQW TWO: R. RANK, C. BOOK, E. RIDGE, R. BREED, G. REMICK, B. STEADMAN, R. AITAIR, F. WOODi'AT'r, E. HUBBARD. Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling qoofgaff 500 1.51 HEAVYWEIGHT SQUAD 19 , , ,, , , , ,Polo-O 7 ,lvlorrison-7 O DeKalb-13 I 3 Belvidere-7 7 Rochelle-12 7 Mendotaw6 6 Dixon-6 6 , Community-12 12 ..,,,, ,,,.,.., R Ock Falls-O Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling LIGI-ITWEIGI-IT SQUAD O., ,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,DeKall1-16 O.. ,,,, ,, ,Belvidere-13 76 Rochelle-O Z0 lvlendota-O -- 6 , Dixon-6 W- O , Rock l:ullsgO oofgafifi Vernon Frye, for two years first string end on the football team, has distinguished himself by his excellent scoring ability and his capable defense work . . . Sterling High loses an excellent all around player when he gradu- ates this spring. With three letters and the honor of sharing the captaincy of the nineteen thirty-seven foot- ball team to his credit, Herbert Marschang has proved his worth as a hack who is not afraid to find an opening in the line and then smash his way through it. Harlan came to us this year from another school, but his advantage of weight and his unusual swiftness won him his varsity letter . . . Nelson will not be back next year. Bob Thomas, another end on the varsity lineup, has been up among the leaders for the last two years .... Two letters have been earned by him. A good tackle and an all around right guy, Don Allen has received two letters for his services to his team. john Powell, flashy quarter- back, has made up for his di- minutiveness by his speed and consistent drive .... Johnny graduates this year with one varsity letter to his credit. The mainstay of the team, Harold Reed, was converted into a center this year .... For two years he has filled up the gaps in the line with his hard hitting and straight diving. 28 .fsffazzrzafz Merrill Taber, co-captain of the nineteen thirty-seven foot- ball team, is another three year letter man .... He has been a big help in keeping the other team at bay. Lewis Kornman, with one varsity letter to his credit, has faithfully fulfilled his duties as guard on the team .... He graduates this spring. Milt, tackle on the team, has always turned in a capable per- formance on the field, rain or shine .... Green has earned one varsity letter. Lawton McCandless, first rate guard on the team, earned his letter this year with his ability to staunch the flow of opponents through his side of the line. DeVere Tarvin has proved a good stable guard, ready in emergencies to fill any gaps in the line. Crrin Book has been in there fighting for nigh on to two years and has certainly earned his two varsity letters. Bob jurkens, tall, lanky end, has, in his easy going way, proved a big help to the team by his snagging of long passes out of the air .... He graduates this year with one letter to his credit. Z9 john Frey, co-captain elect, is expected to do hig things next year in halfback position .... He has already been the recipient of two varsity letters. Wzlrreri Reitzel, in the other halfhack position, is also ex- pected to carry out his side of the captaincy .... A two letter man, he will he in there plugging hard next year. Everett Birch could always he counted on to keep up the morale of his teammates in his all important quarterback posi- tion .... A level head and cun- ning in selecting plays for his teammates earned Everett his varsity letter this year. Ed Gehhardt, another junior prospect, is also a member of the hackfield .... With one letter to his credit he is to he counted on next year. Keith worked hard to keep up the tradition made hy his brother, Harold Healey, and succeeded in doing so .... l'le'll he out there again next year. Charles Gasso played that very diflicult position of center. . . . Next year he should do well in the Varsity lineup. Roy Beck, hig Sterling guard, stopped more than one of his opponents with his hard drive in the line .... Earning letters will he tid stuff to Roy next year. J- mfvv Mckkf li ' ' 'i G .f, q.,, sofg. Oil 1 QLE Hallowe en Frolle launches the social season Lyle Swartley rlngmaster Gym decorated in 1'lOfOLlS eolor gay and clever costumes 'ire everywhere venders, balloons horns, noise serpentine, masks hats refreshment booth jammed with hungry frollekers Tricky Tom novelty game hit of the evenlnv Sham orchestra under dlreetlon of Maestro Paul Puckett . . . Daredevil Bob Thomas thrills all spectators with death-defying leap . . . Nickelodeon brings Shep Fields, Benny Goodman, Wayne King, and Kay Kyser to S. H. S .... Football huskies leave dance floor at eleven to be in trim condition for next day s battle on the field . . . Girls forlorn . . . curfew at twelve. Gym full of hunvry students for the first senior luncheon . . . Green streamers announce luncheon is being held in honor ofthe frosh . . . Chairman ean Woemster scurries here and there in search of empty milk bottles left lying around at the finish , . . Freshmen still flock in . . . Sears, Ghnen, Fadden, and Hoak perform clever tap dance . . . three piece orchestra swing sweetly . . . freshmen truck . . . Adviser Echternach urges all to dance . . . freshmen Bi Apple . . . starved senior hosts finally grab a bite of food . . . freshmen flea hop . . . hell rings . . . classes begin . . . freshmen study. . . . G. A. A. tea dance sponsored by Emily Griffith is a social innovation . . . G. A. A. nickel- odeon breaks ice for future tea parties. 31 , f fff , , x f I ,f!l ff! 3 fl Z 5 f 1' J , "" - . ff , -' 1 ,f ,N ,, b Zi :PTT , ' ' 215' '1:.v'i-fi: ,,:.1i'fW-5 33225 Q K, ia, Qfikx G55 Sf , WI. T59 ' ,u- . 4 ' Sl' Q ' A 'X Y I- i O 9 1 --9 P N , M.. , , Q inter cmncs to rule the varied year." Thll17l.ifl7l ' V V fd " K ' WJ WF" WAP IA 2 .1 Wig 1 T D .7 , In I if A JAX jY',X+x '5.' .F '55 W LM? I." VX 1 , L -- -3 vjf 'xv' '5 1' U fx. Xi! fd' A X IQJI lx 2' XJ Eli' Iv L gr IL UA C53 li Nj ,war RX 'W J -JJ x . ,X- A M - gofzgomoza .Q , VG IV' v . 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L1N1'oN. f' F .J ' I f ROW' FOUR: M. A1.1.sl1TSL'u:H, L. HlWNSllERKlER,4M. VYHITE, N. RFHl,Eu, B. VANDELN1ARKg M. VU11,lu5nN, B, EIKIZRSOIJI QM if f I 1. J MW fwwx N , ,., V, J AHL J r 1 . .1 'lv-if Q-Cl L A I . i --6 Zim . ' fic M f'v A y .-, - ff 604691-4. 44 pg , K. 9' , - f , . I If -Z . , V XX K, Q? K- I 1 'J .4 ' N. .3 . ..,,,-.. ., C Q NRO ' ONE: E. SIAAIQQLF, D. N'lGn'r, U. CEULIEN, L. Al.l.EN, L. Hoovrek, L. XVQLP M. SEARS, F. SHUNU. 4 . QL 'ln . X 5: X RQ 7 TXWOQ H, b.4.gq:,x. D, D. 5, A. Hussuxu, E. l5l,FM.AXNNS, H. KOSTER, M.O'rrEN,L.SuHUL1.Eu, A, Lomz, g xi 4 . ADAMS. argl., ' t X S RQN7 THREE: D. MCKE EN, 3. QUSNVALD, M. Fmrz, j. BENNE'I"I', D. Fmuu, D. Al.l7Rlk'Ii, R. S.-wumev, fl' ' 9 3 L V. Pnmcs, F. Moana-s. If X J' 'ff' . I , I l Hx f Q aj RO FOUR: N.tFzy115,7,B.!YCln1J, SIERENHERU, B. HfXMMh!.MNN, M. H.-XN1MEI.M.-KN, D. XWVFHER, A. KAN L, '4 SJXQS t SI'l'I'uA? ,lg ,LZK I. Kpcsu. wx X fr I L 'H 7 . M- P , . 5 f NY,.xf , X 9' . J JL' j I' N 1 A L f X f' -. . R i RS vi' R4Jf7urgfNllz11x L..-k. Sucruncry , J XV f X! v L, 4 ' . X K . x 3 xi' gf? ,'y'wA'AnW Mae Hussung Truaxurur 'I ' V Q, L 2 lfyvgg 4 1, I A . If IW . , A X . ' ROXV Q 'z R. EASLEY, W. CZROWLEY, Sk ,C. EQKEI . AHEL, W. ,Ion SON, 1. RANKIN. R. PET'rlkI', H. DIEfiI.,x , . , ' W RL VUL W. ELDRIQU L Bo 'rg . ,OL Ek, 1 I1 SQYEVJ owfuuv 5. PIANDEI., H. Nflllliff DJCHURCH, - 'X . P ' HETER. . Q, XVI' ' 9' . A ' , 1 M L W! REE. j. E, . HKE, . IR VQVELL, E. FIIIYAY, P. ,xxx AN, K. MELNWN, V. Uorfkl., M. BEIWS, R. I- f Mniu. I 1 X ' ' ' , 1 'J f' OUR' lL.ScHR,xI1ER'Q,Avfgt4Cx, C R gi, B. ..3u, D. ScHUMArHEu, YI. ScHM1'r'L',.I.,APPENzfi1.uFR, S. V 3 Egy QJIKRVLQLQEMAN, . QjRIMES.lf QQ W jx L A ' 7 T' I V iv' M' Qi., . ,a A 4,-', cl - N ..-L ,f,f'X-'O L -. ' ' .fb , 71 'I L f -bw-f'k Roxxf uma. 1. rs. cuzoiz XIKY, VI. W'lm:lNs, M. ERN, A. LANlv1s, H. Pmowx. R, LN1lNUR, R. IRIX.-XMS. ROW' TW'Og R. SUM, L. H.'Xl.l., D. Gsm, R. PHRIH. K. Loma, D. HEY. E. FHITKIRCHNPR, R. Lumvx. ROW' THREE: L. LN1k'cj:XNI3lFSS, ,l. jL'RMNs, R. jowus, E. Luxu, E. Omxlq.-wlw, W'. Fmnuucns, M. ljEw'Ifl5I!l5, A. UoL'l.n. ROW' FOUR: R. FIELDS, L. Ummm, L. BFHRENS, D. lfxxssax. F. Iiwfxrrk, W'. RHTZFI., C. RosENuxPN, H. L.-mms, C.. Loma, Mk. U. R. DEYUI-. Rufvurt Sulm Paul Hufvfnmf Pwmlwlz V103 l'1'wnlunt ROW' ONE. VI. Rrnzrk, M. RF.-XYER. E. BRfxm.1ax', M. Rrxsux, U. ElH'RSOI.It,.'x. OANrLHz1,C. Cuws, L. ISAVER. ROW' TW'O: M. W'ULihl., M. KLINV, B. SH.xH-Ha, N O xmurfre,R.RumN5oN,H.KHsEx',H.F.x1meN,L.Brwlwuv.-x1.l1, ROW' THREE: FS. W'o1.F,B.ScHL'1gr'z,A. H1N1,R. HHLER, R. Hmf,R.C.um, IR. Bowuzs, M.C.4R1.,M.ANDuHws, P. IWON-XHL'E. ROW' FOl'R: M. HFUUN, U. Rxrlx Xl'l', M. Hxurkxuw, lf. RHU, R. XYIIUIAR, D. Ov!-RLfxsH, I. I,nNu.-xls-xlxsri, H. KWHIY.-X, X, Knxkxlw. 111.1 y , f 14 . . X I I 44 . ,lc Jimi .I xv, V L 1 ,., 1' f ' 'L .'111,1 . Q . n ' .I 4 fav g g ' A 'I I .' . , J" -Q -f, V, - -K 4 1 1 I P J' 7 . ffaiz . 5, , ,I X K N, ,, ff. 1 -TT V. f' 4 f - .7 -n .f I f , ' ,-f 1' f , , . ,f Ywn 4 . ,f 1 -' -' ,-f . L' ' L mf TJ ,I'7'll! a f I .-I ,, RZIX' ,Oi-IEJ' E-jXf11lr6jf,XYfVa9'fT1'1-R, I. Wm s-, C. Gassn. W. Derurmxx, I7. Dkvxxx. I.. XXIEL'HSI.ER. fR ff I ' . W TXIV02.. M, HEEL, R. Braun, XXI I'I.-XRNIS. M. ScHL'1.1'1. VI. KRLMSIE.-XD. R. SQHNEIHER, R. CURRIGAN. V 1 . 'I JROXX' THREE.. W. MQEVOY, A. KOSTER, C. M xsox. I., Iilfrmxew, XV. TVRNER, T. Cu-xrs, D. Clxssuxs, E. XXYEIHH .fvf ff x XJ' 41 '1 ROV FOUR: H. STL JE, XXI. El.l.M.-xxEx-z, AI. Fun, K. HE.Ax1.Fx', I'. HL'unAR1w, D. ScHL'M.bxuHHu, R. Sxmvuis. T. YM V J I Elluunl Gulvlumlt Yumuturp UIm'1a Brian Tnumruv ROXX' ONE: D. Uuvxlw, A. NkIIlKI'. K. Ixxxsl-N. M. I'r-mu, S. IIQNMNS, IW. SANNIR ROXX' TVUO: S. Hrssvwns, V. Mxuuz, N. Iirwrras, Ii. DI-.wug D. Mvmzs, A. MUN. M. IRUliIL'Ix. ROW' THREE: A. HOLY, IT. THUM.-xs, If, XXENIHH., .-X. VIUHNQIHN, A. Vl'rMPE, H. IRRVRY. ROW' FOUR: If. YIUHN, I.. HUVSFMAN, M. TVRNROVH, I. UERnEs. M. SL'Hl'I.I3T, K. YINIQUNLL, Y, Y.xR1wm C. MILLER. I ,PF J I . xy ,A . .V I ! I I ' I If Af' AIA- 'I' I I Sf V - - A ,Q . . I , , u ' bf K r 1 A 'J 1. 'I' A fix, 1 l1OBERT SALM PAUL HUBBARIU Cfdii Cifcwi of !3Q The class of '39 have proved to he a live wire group ready to undertake anything for the sake of their class . . . As sophomores the King Winter Slide fore- told the good things this class would do in the future. . . . The Mistletoe Swing and the spring luncheon are other examples of the juniors, ingenuity . . . Mr. DeVoe is always the junior adviser. EDXVARD GEBHARIDT dfdii GLORIA BRIAN ' L7 l Z! ROBERT Gnisssru JOHN QUINCI' ADAMS Cfaii of '40 vfj 'irjje CHARLES F. The sophomores have, as yet, had hutfloiid out!! . g' 5 standing social event, the Shamrock , bt 'lime 1 ,IW 'V -. success of this dance assures the ifepkwlbo rofftf ,, 5 future successes . . . Mr. Robbins, the? ajdvs' ha iff, K' done much to prepare this class ,forffyki X activities as juniors and seniors. Ulf' ,tg i i ltq Ati 1 " -9 of '47 ANNA MAE Hussuxc joHN PLM I PAUL LUYERHOLSER LUc11.LE BURR , 1 ,,.. i MU-fl , ,,.,f f mf - ,J If iff ,f 07.3413 ROBERT PHILLIPS ,dfgff 4' '71 ' - 0 f1,, 1 1 A Q .fl,f'u..-.ff H" f A-1 -' ljfhffl- if . I " 'fini ,infix '-'j"!'i ,AJ Il' 1 f f , .., ' Ns P ' . .w.Q3'q1lf 4-I ' 'f : -'J fem l75CLC!fl'Zfl 39 lim, I wi gm By Inn' fN'rru'llrn "What me you IIOTCTZVYINQ for? IDU71'I hmvr, I,uJIm4'." "Wh-ll, trim! Ju you lllfllli of zlukw Culuniuls? Wfluzt Lllmut lfmzf X1'l4."S4Q1Pf7lAQ to make 'cm sit up mul mku Imricu IUJIUII she gets to Buckinghmn Palace." --4: aw af nk" "Shu Hux only In ujwn hm' mrmrh mul jmujvlu full ruff their Cl1Llf'l'S.U 40 A2616 E 'ZEUJ' Lady Mary Crabbe , , Lady Lillian, her sister Mrs. Pidgeon Mr. Tom Larcomb, her brother Una Pidgeon, her daughter Tim Crabbe, Lady Mary's son Miss Swaine, a secretary Ludlow, a butler Lady Strawholme , cast ,, ,Ardetta Bodine Mary Jane Geyer Mary jane Crump Elmer Barraclough Dorothy Bissell john Havener Alicemae Richards james Sheely , ,Jean Brown UFRESH FIELDS," presented by the Sterling High Players on December 2 and 3, was well received by the student and adult audience that witnessed it. . . The drawing room comedy was further abetted by the able assistance of various stage and property crews. . . Under the direction of Miss Rawson the property crew headed by Pat Donahue and Evelyn Martin brought together several English antiques to decorate the Hveddy. veddy Englishl' drawing room. . . Mary Andrews, Alice Mae Fine, Alvera Gantzert, Lois ltnyre, Marian Kline, and Twila Oswald assisted in this task. Miss Edna Neff, brilliant Home Economics instructress, designed and executed the draperies used and also several of the players' costumes. . . Assisting her were: Hermina Vogel, Marilyn Perry, Leta Houseman, Elinor john, Mary Anna Turnroth, Maybert Aldrich, Mary Beth Harrison, Virjean Maxwell, and Donna Little. Mr. Timmons gladly aided in stage management and was helped by Deloris Clark. . . The stage crew was composed of Paul Hubbard, Don Zbinden, Don Drynan, Fred Brauer, and Willard Turner. -H ROW W X'--fy: .ut - , Q , , 'zamafib ONE: I. HAX'ENER, D. BIssELL, E. BARRACLOUGH, M. CRL'MP, A. BODINE, A. RICHARDS, UI. SHEELY, M. CEEYFR, 'I' BROXVN, M. ANDREWS. ROW TWO: E. JOHNSON, M. PERRY, M. MOIILTON, H- VOGEI.. I. BA rTEIOER, D. LIr'rLE, S. GERIUES, L. HOVSEMAN, C. CARNS, L. BAUER, L. BENDEXVALD, V. BROXVN, L. McC.-xsLIN. ROXIU THREE: B. LEVER. O. ANIXREAS, I. EWIIANR, M. KLINE, M. HEATON, P. DON.-xHL'E, L. OHNEN, M. ALDRIVH. E. DEXk'EX', V. NIILLER, N. BENTERS, E. WENDLE, L. ITNYRE. ROW FOUR: M. HARRISON, MISS NEFF, MIss HESTER, MISS WESTON. MISS OoErTE, MIss RAXVSON, D. CI..ARK, MRS. MARSH, MISS ECI-ITERNACH, E. GRIFFITH, I. PRESTIN, R. EBERSOLE. ROW FIVE: J. VUOOSTER, F. MEOOERS, E. BRADLEY, M. RORICK, D. TARVIN, D. FEHRENI3AcH, R. -IVRKENS, F. IIRAIIER, D. SCHUMACHER. R. SALM, E. MART'lN, A. FINE. ROW SIX: R. HINZ. H. STONI5, I. FlI.ANCHARl'l, R. FIELDS, D. GFER, L. KORNMAN, II. HLIIm,xRD, L. SHANNON, II. -IOHNSON, J. LONOABALIGH, E. JOHN, F. SXVANSON. Elmer Barraclough President Ardetta Bodine . .. Vice President Mary Jane Crump. Secretary Alicemae Richards.. Treasurer Lyle Shannon .. , ,Business Manager John Harener. . Asst. Business Manager M iss Rauson .. Adviser I . - 1, ' l AJKAJMUA-Q-I ,Y Alf'-Afg . f1.4.JLiJvffg' .L 9 AWAALLA J L1 'Ry , ' I ' . ' 'yjfk K E Aim Of club is tO further interest in drama . . . bring out talent from members in high school. . . Feature of season was production of Ivor Novello, "Fresh Fields." Robert Salm, Elmer Barraclough, Dorothy Bissell, john Havener, Dale Schumacher, Paul Hubbard, Robert Fields, all members of the club, enacted a play, "Boomerangs," for the Rotary Club in March. . . . Miss Rawson was the efficient director. Almost forty new members were pledged to the Dramatic Club this year . . . tryouts held in October. 42 'ZEIZC ROW ONE: J. WOOSTER, M. GEYER, S. GERIDES, A. RICHARDS. ROW TWO: E. MARTIN, M. HARRISON, J. BROWN, I.. BENDEWALD, I. BLANcI-IARD. ROW THREE: MISS LOVRIEN, A. FINE, N. BENTERS, E. HLYRLESS, M. CRUMP, Miss ScHIcR. lun ,QDELL cfs .QDUJLLQ Mary jane Geyer .. . President Sue Gerdes.. . .. Vice President lean Wooster.. . . . ...Secretary Alicemae Richards.. .. eeee . .. eeeee Treasurer Miss Schick and Miss Lourien.. . .. . ...Advisers French Cluh consisting of fifteen French II girls held Inany unique parties to get acquainted with French matters. In the social field the tea at Mary Beth I'Iarrison's home entertaining the faculty women was the main event .... At a Christmas party French I students were guests ancl gifts were exchanged. . . In April French I students were initiated. The most important meeting of the year was the March one at which Miss l-Iunt gave a tallc containing valuable information ahout France and several incidents that took place while she was there. 43 I . KO ' ONE: MR. BAII.Ei ROXXQ TWO: Z. SEARS, L. Wcvrr, 1. CoA'I's, E. LIN ION, A. MAIN, B. SLRHRRIIER, W. LTASSENS ROW? THREE' R. BIRCH, R. BREIDING, L. SXVARTLEY, Pm. FALILRNER, V. NESTER. G. FINE, P. HIARSHMIXN C. S'IRocR KERXTEN B BEAIER ROW' FOUR: M. FRI'I'z, L. BURR, A. TARNER, D. KvoER, D. Sco'I'I', R. FIELDS L. H.,xI,I,, P. YoL'Nu M. Tl'RNRoIH R Viou- j HEIIDX D CEPR ROW' FIYE: T. HOAR, Vif.'TLIR'lNIEIl,-Vl. NERTREES, J. ANDREWS, M. HE.x'roN, P. SHANNON X VJ 'yr 0 I f r , l X4 1 XX ' N L f My U J I K YK lx Y f , I Ll DTC azffza WY I I by X X X ,f x I I iMrlTx Anna TI1.rIIroth PTLSILILIIL l' I y ' 4 f fl Lorrrlmc Wczlf lzcc Prcszdtnt ' Dean Guru ,,,, , Sccrctary Jacquclinc Yurtrccs , ,TTLKISMTLT I The Orchestrfi w'1s Flrst orvrtnized in 1918 and Mr. Biiley hecime director in 1929. . . They appeared at the senior play last fall and also at a joint sprinv concert with the Ulee clul s in lviay. Prrtctice is held every Wedtiesday and Friday at the noon hour .... Music for thc coni- mencement exercises will he furnished hy the orchestra. 44 ROW' ONE: R.BRFIIHINLE,1..SXX'XRIl.FY,11.SL'OI'1',-1.ciO-NIS, Y. B.-XII.FY,1f.LINlON,.'X. MAIN, V. NkSI1'R,L1. 1TIY1'. RONX' TWOQ Y. Fmt, 15. Krista, R. F.fXl'IKNFR,L.1. L:l'll,FN, .-X. 1N1EI.YlllI', L. Hail, Cf. Cf-xirioiw, 1'. Yom No, 13. 1fwu.xNK, M. P1-l'RNRUIiH,V1. LIHAPM.-KN, A. TARNHQ, M. FR111, L. l'1i'RR. ROW THREE: D. R1t'Klil-'. W. EIIM.-XKFR,,1. XX'1Ni4,,1. Efxnr, A. c1Ul'l.I7,Li. Srxocx, I.. Urrnwu, G. K1-iiiu, D. Guin, 1.Y1ONhS, M. Bxrwru, R. ULM, L. Davis. 11. Armms, R. Romana, li. XXlHlI'E, R. Finns. ROW FOI lR: 1. 1V1FIX'IN, M. W'1i.nHuN, R. Wfxitact, L. HoovER,1'.CiifHR,1'. HARSHMAN, 11. Hummxn, CT. lim-wr-it XXL 1ii.nrzEn,D. Fokn, XX'.SM1rH,C. Roux, M. hiatt., P. THoM.-xs, M. HAMMHLMAN, R. 11l'RL'H,1Nf1. lluowx. ROW FIVE: T. Hoax, L. Won. M. DEWEERD, R. Fsiiwmcuwex. A. Mitxix, VU. TVRNIQR. 15. Blur mix. 1- AN"RHK'S. . .-X1 .-x. S. M. HE. N,i . 1'iOPKIN.', R. S.-x. PLES. ' I " e' ' X' e' t M N fx vjgwt.. 1 J " V. ' ' r Xt9"llx'1lil'liJ Mfr. ll ' . , A . H M5 .1 . if l wi W 1 .,"'N,g' YJYLQ 'nf' Al., I FI, an ' Lyle Suurtley President ,ltimes Andrews Vice President Mary Annu Ttmmnth Secrettlry Mary lxfillvern Treasurer' The hand was organized hy Mr. Bailey in Novemher, 1933, with thirty memhersg and at the present time the hand is composed of seventy-two .... The hand won first division honors in the contest held in Sterling in March, 1936, and LaSalle in 1937. ln the contest held in Rock Island March 25 and 26 the hand won first class honors in Division B. The hand participated at all foothall games and played at the Presidents Ball and a Farm Bureau Meeting .... They also led the parade through Sterling on our first homecoming clay. -li 1 f-'J Jay, M., . I 4" I I 4 1 K X , ' " X .J 45 .. ! y X ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW and look 03,5 gf... ONE: E. KOSTER, R. EBERSOLE, N. SCHUNEMAN, R. FiEi,ns. TWO: R. SCHNEIDER, P. HUBBARU, j. SHEELY, D. SCHFMACHER. THREE: E. BARRACLOUGH, H. STONE, A. MAL'Kl.OX'SK1', E. HOLYSFSAAN. FOUR: K. HElKI.EY, P. PIVCKETT, W. FRIEITRICHS, D. C.xssENs. FIVE: MR. HoNENs. President Vice President Secretary and Treasurer Manager Lilmirian WLITTCII Friedriclis , Keith Healey, Richard Elversole, Roluert Fields Orrin Book , The hoys' glee club under the direction of Mr. Honens has met regularly on Wediiesdayfs Fridays throughout the year and has sung at various functions within the community. The make uw in ualit what the lack in uantit . Y l V Y V ln May they participated in the hi-annual orchestra and glee cluh concert. . . Prospects good, for next year a drive will he made to interest other male students in singing .... Several of these hoys are also memhers of the rohed choir. 46 IE I Q X. 'Y -el -- f 1 N Av A 11 -I Rl I mf X Q 1 -r UZ I Y x HOUSEMAN, E. BRADLEY, R. CARD. ROW TWO: D. MCKEE, M. FRITZ, T. LI3, j. BATTE A OW ONE: M. CARL, D. PEARSON, M. H, H. SHAXV, S. IN 1, OHNEN, P. DONAHLE A Bonwe L F. ALLEN, B. GEHRING, F. KERSTEN, P. SHAN POPE. RNEUUS, MD, H Kmn H HWSON ROW THREE: A. BURNS, E. Comuc-AN, E. MEENEN, . E Es, D io, j. BENNETT B HAMMELMAN H STERENBERG, B. BEHLER, A. STERENBERG, I. c l ER, B. N I ROW FOUR: M. REITZEL, M. VUARNER, j. BE 'E,,,L- I'IUNSBE . WHl1iE, N. BEHIER M ANIITRFXVS L. WHITFORD, L. JACOBS, H. SANNER, J. I . ROW FIVE: P. THOMAS, C. BEHRENS, j. HEIIDA, . RNER, V. LoNo, M. I"IlIRI.ES5, A. IRILH-XRD? I NL MEl.v1N,X E. F NE, W. CoATs, L. AIANSSEN, HNENS. YQ TID ' Q ue Geeting., ,, ,, ,President B Lorraine Ohnene , .Vice President Patricia Dona , Secretary and Treasurer EJ-I df Bodi , ,,,, , ,, Manager fx -X E 1 X X e Fi e and Mariorie Deem c Librarians A X girls' gl cluf ' racticed faithfully every Tuesday and Thursday There xx ere mal ew mans wh voices have improved during the past Season, . The hi rnnull ' estra an C, ee cluh concert was held in May. cfgogsd 65001 The mixed chorus, composed of the more advanced singers of the hoys and lrls fl e cluh, has appeared on several programs, among them rhe Vocational Conferenee They also participated in the hi-annual concert. Dale Schumacher, Mayhert Aldrich Patricia Donahue Ardetta Bodine., Sue Geeting Leia Huusernan 47 President Vice President Secretary and Treasurer Manager Librarian Custodian ofthe rolves Eats of L If 4 r l , ROXX7 ONE: D. Fianizumimuil, E. ll.-xna,xt'1oivt:H, M. Cru M. NIQRISJWS, L. HANNON. C ROVU TWO: A. Rlnmkns. P. lvUNAHl'E, B. CTF-HRING, . Burien, L. liek, D. HARSHM N MR. Romsms, I' lik RONX' THREE: M. Kl.INli, L. Gl2lfi'lNu, F. Pnmi icwrszggmxfxivtciviflli, -lorm, R. CASTENQYCK, W. Haul ANn. mv X3 Qi ll lf' ROVU FOUR: C. Cxuuvs, H. Srowii, vl. I'i,.,xr'r, M. A RF J . ,lfrorw Cf. Cfvialiuz, D. SCHllMAL'Hl'!!l7 ' 1 ,lr X f, X t l. I X ll' l ,A f xl . pl l l Lyle Shannon , El XP,fru5idenr Mary' ,lane Crump., V , Vica President Robert Salm N Secretary Dale Hurshmizn l ,J Treasurer Don Fehrerilmch , ll Business Manager This year saw a new idea in debate introduced . . . a forensic club for those who are in- terested in debate, but who have not been given an opportunity to participate in interschool debates .... Meetings were held once a month in the lower hall . . . programs were purely social. . . . Nineteen new members. 1 On Cctober first the members enjoyed a picnic supper at Sinnissippi .... Bob Salm and Alicemae Richards, general chairmen .... The big social event ofthe year was the banquet, given on April eighth at the Lincoln Tavern . . . Lillian Bauer, chairman .... Former debarers were honored and graduating debaters were called upon to say a few words. . . New ofiicers installed: Don Fehrenbach, president, Robert Salm, vice presidentg Mary Andrews, secretaryg and Bob Castendyck, business manager. 48 1 , f X f I CKE Q Q . 2 ,gr 'CN 'S' r, Rom-ni Sum, Main' Awniutxvs, ELMFN li,fXRR.-Xk'IOl'Gl'l, l.Yl,F SH.AxNNoN, Anvisiu Roiuuxs The actual dehate squad was hard at work throughout the fall and winter preparing, for late winter tournaments .... Their suhject: '4Resolved, that the several states should adopt a unicameral system of legislation." . . . Two main teams were formed and a freshman team. . . . The afhrmative lineup consisted of Lyle Shannon, Boh Salm, Lillian Bauer, Mary jane Crump, Alicemae Richards, Lillian Whitftxrti, and Mary Ann Birch .... The negative crew was composed of Elmer Barraclough, Mary Andrews, Boh Castendvclc, Pat Donahue, Dale Harshman, Betty Gehring, Fred Brauer, and Boh jamison. These teams entered the invitational tournaments with Hinsdale, Mendota, and Delialh, and also the one at Augustana College .... Four out of twelve dehates were won hy these teams . . . Three hoys, Boh Salm, Lyle Shannon, and Don Fehrenhach were taken to a tournament at Vlfentworth Academy in Lexington, Missouri. Next year the team should fare well, lwecause of the fact that three lHCll1lWL'TS will have delwated in first team positions at some time in the past. 49 Q ,X A ' JL" ',..--- A f U' f9 ' A I' ' OHZE ' a . I Q ' y . . 5 '.' , , Z I ROWLONER CLARK, L. CBHNEN, W. KNOX, I. lVlEl.VlN, K. CAssENs, S. CEEETING, M. PERRY, L. CARn, V. Sl'iv'1'zRE, Eg WALl,lk'K, H. Kmn, V. POWELL. RDW ITWL5: Miss HESTER, M. WARNER, B. NCURTAHINGTON, M. WECHSLEIX, B. INIULI., P. SHANNON, A. KAREL, R. WALKER, H. QDNKEN, j. AnAMs, E. WIENIHEL, V. MAXWELL, Miss NELE. ROW THREE: A. STERENBERLQ, R. CARD, F. WITMER, E. CORRIGAN, E. MEENEN, D. WELRER, B. BALSTER, Cv. POPE, ' B. Loos, M. ANDREWS, B. GEHRING, L. WHITFORIU, B. Sl'r'rER, M. IVlOUL'I'ON, P. HussuNo. RCW FOUR: C. BEHRENS, P. GEER, W. GERKEN, H. SHAW, L. DRURY, H. STERENHERLQ, L. HOOVER, B. VANLUEMARKH j. WOODYATT, W. WHARE1EL1x, J. BEIER, D. GOULD. ROW FIVE: M. CARL, D. HOOXVER, D. FUNK, M. WITMER, A. LONG, L. WATERBURY, M. HuRLEss, M. WHITE, N. BEHIER, V. YARBROUGH, C. HARTSHORN, B. OVER, F. MEGGERS, E. JOHN, J. BATTEIGER. Laura Cardn , President Marilyn Perry., , . Vice President Kathryn Cassensn ,, Secretary Winafred Knox , , Treasurer Irene Melvin, , Song and Cheer Leader Sue Geeting Pianist Lucille Olmen , ,.,, , , Reporter This club was organized three years ago and now any girl may belong who is taking cooking, sewing or home economics. . . . Meetings are held once each month with the object of interesting girls in the home and community. Many programs including playlets, style shows, and demonstrations have been given by the club this year .... A gypsy party was held in the fall with the girls in costume singing and dancing gay songs, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Eclcman spoke to the club about home life in Sweden and showed many lovely hand- woven articles. A style show climaxed the year's activities. Advisers are Miss Neff and Miss Hester. 50 W 1633 ,w f-'xy' Z Elf fat Zi ROW ONE: P. HARSHMAN, D. ALLEN, E. KOSTER, C. BLEY, M. TABER, S. HEI.I.EI2. ROW TWO: L. WEXLER, J. HAX'ENER, R. SAMPLES, C. WIKER, R. SHAW. ROW THREE: C. BOEHM, M. Hman. ROW FOUR: M. STONE, j. PowELL, R. Tnomrxs, P. PL1cKE'rr, B. BIVIN, L. DRANE, l.. WIREIK. ROW FIVE: R. BENTLEY, Miss NEH-, Miss HEs'rE1z, R. F1ELns, A. Ml'l.NIX. John Haifener , . ,, , ,President Don Allen., ,, L Vice President Robert Fields., , Secretary Maurice Stone, ,Treasurer A new course for hoys in home relationships was begun at the half under the direction of Miss Neff and Miss Hester .... The class is divided into two parts, one taking cooking while the other studies etiquette and home and social life for the hoy .... It is a step in the advance- ment of Sterling Township High School .... Miss Neff has been interested in starting such a course for several years. The hoys of the classes have organized the Valet Cluh, meeting the first Monday of each month, the program and food committees arranging an interesting, and appetizing evening. Home Economics for laoys has hecome popular all over the United Statesg and when it was introduced into Sterling High there was such a demand that not all could he accommodated. 51 r ' n Q 5 3 C1 0651205 Li Mn, I5I'iX7C5li, EDVVARD GEBHARDT, MARY ANNA Tlumnoru, LYLE SWARTLEY, IRVIN Worr. Lyle Swartleyx, , ,,,, President Irvin Wtnlf Vice President Mary Anna Turnroth , Secretary Edward Gebhardt, ,, ,Treasurer The Science Club, now in its second year, is the largest club in the high school, having two hundred and seventeen memhers .... The idea ofthe club is to present outstanding scien- tists .... Speakers presented this past year were: Dr. George Blaskeslie, well known astronomer? Dr. James Marshall, eminent Australian lecturerg Dr. H. I. Jones, physicistg and Brayton Eddy, biologist and entomologist. Mr. DeVoe is the chief adviser of the cluh, although other memhers of the science def partment aid him. 52 Q S ROW RONX! ROW! ROVV ONE: MR. TIMMONS, N. BOOOTT, D. CASSENS, D. DRYNAN, D. FORD, H. QUTTEN, Tyla. MOORE. TVVO: M. Scnutlvr, M. BOGH, E. GEHHARDT, I. WOI.F, C. Cmsso, E. FELDKIRCHNER, C. ROSENOREN THREE: R. SAMPLES, C. WIKER, H. Ruin. M. GREEN, I.. WEtii1si.ER, O. CROSS, E. Willis, I.. QHNANAEN FOUR: L. XVIKER, H. Lfmms, L. BLYRDEN, M. Holm, C. BOEHM, E. HOUSEMAN. Douglas Cassenx , . . ,Presitlent Donald Drymzn , Secretary and Reporter Mr. Timmons and Mr. Moore , Advisers Cage cluh in seventh year of existence . . . made up of boys interested in machine shop work, whose duties are to keep the shop and tools in Order .... Boys help Mr. Timmons arouni the school in various ways . . . have taken several field trips during the year. Que of their most important duties has heen to usher at the haslcethall games in the Coll seum. They have done this joh well. . . The preparing of the gym for social occasions is filso in their hands. 55 gpg! LEE, . lpnf It MY WLT 'my K W Mb- rr el Zttafte ROW ONE: K. MANON, R. WAGENKNECHT, W. FRIEDRICHS, E. LONG, K. LONG, A. Kosren, A. LANDIS,-I. HOPKINS. ROW TWO: Q. HARMS, T. CoATs, Cv. Relrzsi., R. BARTEL, B. ZIGLER, R. SCHNEIDER, J. WINK, W. HARMS. ROW THREE: C. Srnocx, J. CAMPS,1. DRUM, F. BRAUER, MR. Twmznocx, L. BEHRENS, P. WADE, E. KOSTER, C. LONG. ROW FOUR: J. BEATTY, H. Kinsman, H. LANms, C. KNUTH, D. Enensote, N. SCHLVNEMAN, O. Book, R. BECK, C. BLEY, D. HANDEL. Richard Ehersoleu, . ,.,, .. .President Howard Landis ...,. . ,,Vice President Kenneth Manon... ., ,Secretary Arthur Koster ...,.,,. .. .Treasurer Harold Kreider .,,,, . .. .Reporter Mr. Twardock.. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . Adviser Organized and advised by Mr. Twardock, in third year of existence . . . meetings in gym on Monday to create an interest in the farm and farm life . . . meat judging team composed of Russell Wagenknecht, Claude Bley, and Arthur Koster won first place in state contest and third in national contest at Kansas City .... Russell Wagenknecht tied with two other boys for first place in national contest. New officers for second semester: Norman Schuneman.. . .,,,.,,,,, President Roy Beck. ,.,.,.,,,.,,., .. . .Vice President Chester Long .,,,,,.,, . ,,,,, Reporter Charles Knuth .,,,,,. . . ...Watch Dog 54 :JN R QUE v ' frfld - ,K 'l fl W I Lf' 0550 WU AF NWC cvzinau of Cqnzezicct At F. A. A. exhibit at Coliseum, twenty-three schools were represented with five hundred ninetyfone entries. . . . Basketball and baseball teams were organized, basketball team playing games with Dixon, Morrison, Rock Falls, and lvlilledgeville. Rev. Uhlinger, guest speaker at Father and Son banquet March 14 . . . Judging corn, poultry, and grain at spring contest at Qregon, February 19. . . Warren Friedrichs acted as usher at annual Farm Bureau convention in the Sherman Hotel . . . poultry team, composed of Arthur Koster, Roy Beck, and jason Hopkins, placed first in contest held in Morrison, December 5 . . . chapter attended International Livestock Exposition in Chicago . . . produced another winning grain judging team consisting of Howard Landis and Norman Schunernan. MR. Twmuwoci-Q, HOWARD I.ANms, NL7RM.fXN SeHt'NEMAN. 55 ROW ROW ROW ROW ONE: J. HAVENER, J. BIXBY, I. WOLF, L. HALL. TWO: V. Favs, C. OASSO, C. Bnewsn, J. Wicoms, J. JLRKENS, R. THOMAS, L. SWARTLEY. 512501 6- THREE: R. ADAMS, C. TABER, L. KORNMAN, P. JOHNSON, D. HARSHMAN, C. MASON, B. BWIN. FOUR: MR .T. R. YOUNG, MR. L. XXIILISOX, R. JLYRKENS, MR. ROBBINS, MR. E. SMALL, MR. O. ALLEN. Robert Jurlcens.. ' ...President . ..... First Vice President . Second Vice President .. . .. Secretary Vernon Frye... Dale I-Iarshman... .. Paul Johnson.. .. . Charles Mason . . .Treasurer Robert Tliomas. 'ack Imkcm ' W . ..... Co-Food Chairmen Mr. Robbins and Mr. Small.. . . Advisers Unit of Y. M. C. A. made up of juniors and seniors of the high school . . . "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian characterg clean living, clean athletics, clean speech, and clean scholarship." Meeting every Thursday night with local speakers on a wide and interesting range of subjects. . . . Gene Jacoby, aviation .... Rev. Pratt, "The Importance of the Church." . . . John Stager, "Law as a Profession." . . . Dr. Acton, "Dentistry as a Profession." . . . Mr. Southwiclc, "Federal Reemploymentf' . . . Mr. Schuneman, 'lBanlcing as a Profession." . . . Mr. Allen, "I-lobbies." . . . Hugo Weyrauch, "Selling as a Vocation." . . . Mr. Philip Ward, "Nature Study as a Hohhy.". . . Other activities were a trip through wire mill, gym nights at the "Y", and Older Boys' conference at Elgin with Dale Harshman, Robert Jurkens, and Lyle Hall attending .... Officers were installed May 19. 56 'Lf 5.1 ...f , L ,, 1 yd!! fl" f, K r l ' OVW' X if ,-fllfli, . ,M f f 1 fill' 1 'L X iffy It l Wi" l 'A , in y fl fl lx LLICZLO 'Z ROW ONE: H. CARLTKUN, L. Davis, R. E.-xsLEx', VU. DRUM, R, FEi,nK1RcHNER, J. GRlFFI'FH, H. XXlAI.CK. ROVK EWU: R. Armin, L. GEETINU, W. HAGLUND, C. Boot-4, W. SHORE, C. KzXlSER, A. Mrxcktovsxv, C. SrU'rzKE, . Ml'rH. ROW THREE: P. YouNo, B. SIER, R. BREED, N. Fouuvs, H. SCHMIEl7Elil'SH, D. HAX'ENER, j. R,xNK1Nr:, E, Brztvuur- MAN, G. KELLER. ROW FOUR: MR. BR.-XNDAU, R. PE'r'rrr, MR. YOUNG, P. H.-xusHMAN, J. S'IAIHLER. Raymond Pettit., , ,,.,, President Paul Harsltmann , ,, , ,Vice President Robert Easley Secretary and Treasurer Mr. Brandau and John Stalvlerd ,Advisers Junior Hi-Y, is in seventh year, composed of freshmen and sophomores .... Meetings held once a week at Y. M. C. A. with speakers, some of whom were: Cvene Jacoby, "Aviation," . . . john Stager, "Law as a Profession." . . . Walter Grebner, "Book Review of Mussolini and Hitler." . . . Ray Hart, "Photography as a Vocation." . . . Mr. Eades, L'Citizenship." . . . Mr. DeVoe, "National Guard." . . . Features ofthe year were Dad's night, initiation of new members, and induction of new officers .... Lyle Geeting and Paul Harshman represented Junior Hi-Y at Older Boys' Conference at Elgin, December 3, 4, and 5. 57 giif .9 ,I wmvu , --ff P if L" ' . .P ' 1 ' .1 ,.-wr 5 ' . '- Pliilhfviallr " nf' K-21-.v. nv' h.x. 5, I, g, . , X. uhh rl'-' V . L Rf ix' .At ROVV ONE: F. CASSENS, D. MCKEE, B. FAULKNER, R. DAULTON, H. L. HANSEN, M. JOHN, A. Fxrrz, J. ADAMS, V. POXVELI., H. Kino. ROXX7 TVUO: P. SHANNON, B. GEHRING, R. CTASTENDYCK, H. S.aNm:ERA'rH, ul. HEIDA, M. QUTTEN, M. .AI.I.ABAL'GH, L. HIVNSBERCEER, V. KAVAUAS, V. NESTER. ROXV THREE: Miss SHERMAN, A. M. HUSSUNG, H. MYERS, G. FINE, E. CORRIGAN, L. BURR, M. WILBERN, R. SANGREY, N. BEHLER, P. BEHRENS, H. CKVLLEN, J. VERTREES, F. ALLEN. Mary Wfillvern , President Gertrude Fine., , Vice President Helen Lea Hansen.. Secretary Anmnnue Hussung Treasurer Miss Sherman., Adviser Girl Reserves, consisting of freshman and sophomore girls . . . meetings the second and fourth Tuesda of each month at Y. W. C. A. . . . First meetin Y a Christmas Dart ' in Y. W. C. A. V E l Y recreation rooms with fames. . . . "Twelfth Ni ht," la hased on Endlish Custom of hurnin 1 2-, Y U lv Christmas greens, given in january .... Two joint meetings with Hi-Tri: Speakers on "Care of the Skin and Hair" and "Svrin1 St les." B V 58 ROW ONE: J. BEIER, K. CIORNELIUS, I.. QRHNEN H. FAIHDEN, I.. BENIuEwAI.Iv N. BENTERS M. CRIMI' D. EWIIIINK M. PERRY, E. MARTIN, A. BODINE. ROW TVUO: S. GERIUES, M. DEEM, M. Al,I3RIL'H, M. JANSSEN, B. ANIUERSON, I. BI..-xNcI-IARIH, M. BENSON, E. BR,xIwI.EY M. RORICK, M. TURNROTH, I.. HOL'SFMAN ROW THREE: D. LITTLE, J. BATTEIGER, J. EWBANK, E. DEXVEY, NONA QDLINGER, R. ROBINSON, D. Gouin, E JOHNSON, S. HLTSSUNG, M. HEATON, R. WIILGER, T. OSWALI1 ROW FOUR: E. JOI-IN, F. SNVANSON, M. SCHULDT H. DRIIRY B. COONRAIUT E. HOOVER P. THOMAS A. HOLY J. HURLEY, A. HINZ. ROW FIVE: B. ON'ER, D. HOOVER, B. SI-IAFFER, V. YARI3ROI'OH, C. HARTSHCDRN, V. MILLER, A. JOHNSON, R. HINZ MISS Scmcx, MISS GOEBEL, MISS HESTER ROW SIX: M. IVIOULTON, H. LANDHERR H. KELSEY Ii. CTVEIFFITH I.. Mt'C.-xSI.IN M. WfXliNER S. ENKINS K CASSENS, I.. OI-INEN, A. RICHARDS, E. VUENDEL Mary Jane Crump.. ...President Naomi Benters.. . - . - . Vice President Lanita Bendewald., .Secretary and Treasurer Miss Goebel, Miss Schick, Miss Hester.. . .. . Advisers Meetings held on second and fourth Thursday of each month with discussions and local speakers. In May, 1937, Mary Jane Crump was crowned May Queen in an impressive ceremony held at Y. W. C. A .... In fall, cluh was entertained hy Senior HIY at a chicken dinner at Y. M. C. A .... Outstanding merit of the cluh is help it gave to the annual Christmas party for children of Sterling and Rock Falls, while outstanding social event was the Washington Birthday Box Social held at Y. W. C. A. to entertain Senior Hi-Y .... Very attractive program this year, and many new memhers expected next year. 59 IUNIOR U. A, A. ROW' ONE: li.W'ieNnE1., A. Vloiixsox, A. U.'KNI'lERT, S. Vlixmxs, M, PERRY, R. Romxsox. S. HL'SSL'NL!, M. Hmrox. K. YlNoi.1Nn:, P. IUCN.-KHl'E. ROW' TW'O: lf. IUEXYEY, N. BHNJIKFRS. Y. MILLER, C. lf.'xRNs, M. .ANIWREXX'Sy L. l3.xl'Ert, H. Fxniwgw, M. Romcx, H. Orin,-x, yl. Runnin, l. Mum. ROW' THREE: ll. Chair, C. Rififn, M. llrwsox, M. Kllxlf, H. Ktisir, N. KWIJNUPIQ, VI. l.UNkl.fXli."xl'UIi, li. uloiix, R. lli-lint, I.. ll!-iNl3I'XV'XlI3. ROW' FOl ill: A. Hom, H. i7iu'1u', ll. ifooxic xnr, li. HK1k3X'l'I!, V. Yexmuzoi i H R. HINI, M. Txl'IiNI!UlH, R. W'nt.in, uociafion A hanquet and presentation of G. A. A. letters to those who earned them closed a year of many activities, including a military tap dance staged between halves at one of the hasltethall games. . . . Cries of, "Motel More!" proved the entertainment a great success. Jqcfitrify cilfltuzuc .fu Elaine Dewey individual Sports Lorraine Ohnen Soccer Ida Jayne Blanchard Tennis Lanita Bendewald Baskethall Eudeen Mortenson Volley Ball l-eta Hoilseman llasehall rwl - . 1 I fn l.x'1.i- Sw'.'xuI'i,H, Bon l3ENri,Ex', Bon THoMAs, Xfhxiziziex lllillllfl, -Cfwi. XYERNON FRYE, HARLAN NELSON, CIHARLIHS Ufxsso, KEITH HEALEY, JOHN SCHUELER, JOHN POVVELI., IRVIN Wtvi.F, PUERNIE BIVIN, CoAcH BRANJUAU. wifi! ua Varsity Squad went through season under capahle leadership of Coach Brandau .... XX'on eight of fifteen games played, finishing well over the SOOQ mark. . . Vifon from Rock Falls, lost to Prophetstown, and won from Rollo in three nights at Regional Tournament. Loss of eight varsity letter men next year will he felt greatly. Coach lirandau did a good joh of seeing the team through in his first year of coaching them. TOTAL POINTS FOR SEASON CIS Gamesg Wtmii 10, Lost SJ Sterling, Y 427 CAverage per game- 25.191 Opponents 376 fAverage per game 22.119 ol iff Klflfsi gig ua The light weight squad ran up against some tough competition hut came through to win 6 out of I3 games played and will compose the varsity next year, with the exception of four players. Standings of points as follows: C13 Guinesg Nxfon 6, Lost T9 Sterling 223 uf CAverzige per grime 47.533 1 Opponents, ,223 1. VM, I j jf Q-Nveralgc per Maine 47.15 bk! J N 11 f f "" "' t J ' if- 1' ll '-fL ,' f pm ff' 'Q Y. ,f 'V -' l fe- fix- 1'-1 4,4 'ffl' f - J H J TJ I L . ,I . rl: s I U K Wk ' ,',',,-,,f ju. if if ,lf H. :J rw J 'J f I , - V A K I IJ.-gy , L "iff p Q . WI' 1' J M52 ".fyC'-'9!?Q""'f NJ v ' V f Q , 4 ROW' ONE: Co.-WH l3R:XNI!AL', Roixmtl' hifi-,Om-XI,I3, Noam.-xx liotzori, .-Xiuglxxiw Uotin, XX'i1,1,1,-wi XX'oo1mx.xi , Ronmu ciRlESSEK, ERNESI' Hrnimxn, Iuvix XX'oi.i, Asst. Coixcn SMM1. ROW' TWO: Roy.-xt Basin, Ni.-'xL'RlCE Sroxs, Ronutr Sirk, Inns Bkowx, Bois CORRIG.KN, Lil'-iARl,lcS U,-wsu, KENNEIH h1El.X'lN, IRWIN Rintzia. MGR. Bon juiuisxs. 'v- gf. ' ' .- 4-. -. 1 L1 1 'i fl. 4 V- ,i V' Q .. r- ' , are i R. ' t a , ff 1- K w i ' 1' Qfzgii f 5? ' -ru! r I N ' 5 f s v C- s 4 Q 1 Q 1 5. K , X: ,Q X, . z at .. 3 X Q. 1.49 Q 'I A -if R Q? ut i sig' , ' if ., 5 as vs,-e Q X if . L cf fe N W' Bczigefgczff Co-Captain Vernon Frye f "Doc" played his usual cool, dependahle game at guard all through the season, and was the halance wheel of the team. . . Doc made the lnter-City team. john Powell-"johnny" was always in the midst of the play and could he ex- pected to come through with his left hand shots. Rohert Bentley f l'Bense" made the Inter-City team and was high point man of the squad. Lyle Swartleyf"lvioon" was a steady center and had a keen eye for the hasket. A really outstanding defensive player. john Schueler--john was a great de- fensive player, whose speed and ag- gtessiveness made up for his lack of stature. 64 .faffs 'znzslz Co-Captain Herbert Marschang- "Herb" was a hard-fighting forward. The game always speeded up when he came in. Warren Reitzelgwarren played a sub- stantial game at guard, seeing plenty of action. l Robert Thomas-r5'Bob" was the live wire of the teai1l,'fpllayi center and keeping the b ys! in high ' its with his encouraging lls. A l f X I, Ili l' . ,rf 9' X . N -', ' 1 r lx, 1 ' Ll , . l, x fi x J - l -ll ' le ul , ,PBM-'nard Bixlin-f"Bernie" aw most of ft F hi acytioiiwit thelightsjiu proved his l Neff: enkyxwhen in a hegyyweight game. Lp 'li' X il fllll . Xll was fi' ,M fl 1' ' , I I ' I I 'sl' ..' 17 Irving Wolf-"Irx'ie" was a smooth and easy player and will be back next year to play a snappy game. Keith Healeyflieith played a fast game and was noted for his flashy style of play. . . He will be back next year. 65 am. W., .1 JW? , .fb is 2, x. 4 Q I X XS 'Wu 1 , v I 'at Cf li ROW ONE: D. CASSENS, P. HLIIEIXARIU, P. PUCKETT, R. BENTLEY, SECRETARY S. HELLER, PRESIDENT V. FRYE, VICE PRESIDENT H. MARSCHANG, R. THOMAS, B. DE'I"I'MAN, D. FORD. ROW TWO: J. POWELL, R. PE'I'TI1', B. PROIfHE'I'ER, D. FEHRENBACH' L. SWARTLEII, D. ALLEN, L. OOLILD, L. ML'CANl3I.ESS, E. GEBHARITT, M. HLIRD. ROW THREE: E. SIER, D. JANSSEN, M. TABEIQ, H. LANIIIS, j. FREY, O. BOOK, B- I-UHHEN, C- GASS0, B- BIVENI R- BECR, H. O'I"I'EN. ROW FOUR: E. BARRACLOLIGH, W. REITZEL, H. REED, M. GREEN, C. TABER, N. SCHLINEMAN, H. STONE, A. OOIILI1, l. WOLF, W. VALLEE, J. SCHUELER. ROW FIVE: E. WEBB, K. HEAI.EY', D. TARVIN, R. CORRICZAN, COACH SCHEIO, COACH HOOGEVEEN, COACH BRANDALI, COACH SMALL, R. JURKENS, H. NEl.SON, E. BIRCH, E. BRUGGFMAN, L. KORNMAN. Vernon Frye.. President Herlvert MClTSChtl7lg.. Vice President Stanley Heller.. .. ., , Secretary and Treasurer "S" Club is made up of letter men who have won either major or minor letters in any of the sports . . . after winning letters, pledges weathered initiation ordeal April 6 .... Efforts are being made to secure a coach from one of the "Big Ten" universities as speaker at the annual "S" Club banquet .... "S" Club and O. A. A. were cofsponsors of the big Homecoming Dance held on November 6 after the Dixon-Sterling football classic. 66 Ll2fE'Z Qazfeai To st1rt off tl1e Chrlbt as SUIBOII 1 luneheon xx 11 sponsored hy the SLDIOTQ Santa Clillb xx C15 h1ouwht to Qterllnv espeelally for the luneheon An atmosphere ofChr1atn1.1s xx lb ere1ted hx red llld vreen streamers on the t1hle5 sprlgs ot plllt, plaeed III the eenter of the t1hles .1nd 1 lwhted C l'lY'lSfl11lS tree I1e1r xx hleh old lxrls lxrlnlfle n1et the students and awe tl1em Llell 1 llttle gift A vroup of -1en1or vnls leei tl1e studente III 11111111111 C hrlstmas e 1rols lllel then el.1ne1nv tolloxx eel to the IULISIL of 1 loe.1l SXKIIIU orehe1tr1 Mueh ofthe Queeebs of the luneheon xx as due to the h 1rl xxonlx of the -'ener1l eommlttee and the gener1l ehalrm Ill l.or1 Mae lVleC .1sl1n The h1 h POIIII of the xxlnter soelal season xx as the Mistletoe Sxxmv held lll the wym on Deeemher 73 The deeor1t1ons lneluded 1 huge holly xx reath hunx' III the eenter of the Y'LIl1OLlblX llllel out hx the jLlI1lUI'S lvlusle xx 11 furnlshed hy Bud C1uth 1nd glXVelSllLf gXVlI1gSl'LI'S from lxnox Cwolleve During tl1e floor shoxx under the dlreetlon of Kelth Healey, Paul Huh hard and Paul Pueleett 1.11111 xx ell xx 1th 1 ehorue of younx' xolees 1eeompanv1ng them Bex erly Anderson heretofor merelx 11 memher of the .1ud1enee delwhted 1ll xxlth her soprano xolee Boh Flelds and Haroldlne F 1elden eompleted tl1e floor shoxx xxlth 1 tap danee The d 1nee xx ab eapahlx handled by VIYUIIIIZI Mlller and Lyle H1ll The Boston Te1 P1rtx seeond of the fel dmees on S H S s e1lend1r, proxed the .let th If 1 te1 d 1nee eoulel he xx ell 1ttended .md enjoyed hx 1ll Lorrnne Qhnen bhoxxed her Sliehxlillliblllp IU the fine manner 111 xx l11eh she ellreeted the .1ff.11r The Vlrdxnla Reel and Star D 1nee xx ere features ot the afternoon The senlors made 1 IIIC6 profit and the mtudentb lhlel 1 mee tlme lx, I I 2 ' , " IH 1. 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VIXLLEE, j. BRONVN, VU. DILLLDN, R. PHILLIPS. KOVU SIX: H. WAl.k'H, H. STONE, D. CHIIRcH, H. VUADF, L. ANIUREAS, S. IVIITCHELI., R. SALM, R. CHAMllFRl.AIN, R. CAs'rENm'cR, C. GEX'ER, G. HITIXER. f onzcuzi chlociiszlzi ,Ianet Prestin, President Robert Sgilm.. Vice President Marjorie ,Iolm . Secretary Romani Hodierni held six unusually interesting meetings this year at two of which fresh- Inan students were guests. This year the Cluh presented two clever Latin skits at the meetings .... "The judgment of Paris" was given by the juniors, while a group of sophomore boys gave "The Trial of Latin Language." The Roman hanquet was held May 6, climaxing the year's activities .... The outstanding feature of the hanquet was the Delphic Qracle. 84 cqtidtigm octet ALICEMAE Rienfxnns, JAMES SHEELY, FLORENCE SWANSON. Alicemae Richards AE,, President Donald Zbinden Vice President James Sheelyt, Secretary and Treasurer Florence Swanson, it Reporter The Bird Club, now in its fourth year, was started by Mr. Hoogeveen and Mr. Timmons in 1934 with eighteen members .... The membership has increased steadily every year showing developed interest in the organization. The purpose of the club is to forward the interest of members in birds, to help members identify birds by their color and song, and to distinguish between helpful and harmful birds. . . . The club makes trips to various parts of the city several times a month and on a single trip may identify fifty to seventy-five different kinds of birds .... Pictures fof birds and their habits are shown to the members of the club at their meetings. 85 512702 Margie Brown, chairman of the Shamrock Shuffle, introduced a new feature at informal dances that promises to attract larger crowds than ever before, the playing of popular games in the hall .... Crossword lexicon, pick-up-sticks, and bridge proved to be the most popular. . . . The gym was decorated in gay green and white streamers .... Balloons added to the festivities. . . . Across the front of the stage were the words "Shamrock Shuflie" spelled out in shamrocks. . . . ln the unusual floorshow a pageant of dances was given, starting with the minuet and ending with the big apple .... Patty Donahue and Dale Schumacher rendered a vocal duet and Sanford Mitchell whistled .... Elmer Barraclough delighted all with his feminine impersonation of Tizzy Lish .... Mr. Robbins, sophomore adviser, is to be commended. wk Pk Pk The seniors wound up their luncheon season with a bang when they presented their annual spring luncheon in March .... Margery jones served as general chairman .... Lovely bouquets of flowers decorated the tables .... Dancing was enjoyed by a very large group of students. Ik Dk Ik The girls of the high school decided that it was time that something was done to do away with the scarcity of boy-friends, so the Rainbow dance ensued .... The females planned the dance, invited their boy friends, and gave them real entertainment .... A huge rainbow held the place of honor on the stage .... Brightly colored streamers hung from the ceiling .... giving the gym its finishing touch, white picket fences enclosed the dance floor .... Beverly Anderson proved the hit of the floor show .... Elaine Dewey, Barbara Shaffer, Nona Olinger, and Helen Kelsey sang .... Lorraine Chnen, general chairman, had games for everyone in the hall. 86 CUZCE5. 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FREY, H. REED, MANAGER A. MuLN1x. The 1937 Utrackless track team of S. H. S." was still a trackless track team .... The new track was not completed and could only he used for workouts .... This fact failed to prevent a fairly successful season against some of the toughest opposition in years .... In the meets Sterling came through with two firsts, three seconds, and one eighth place. The season opened at Freeport where the latter won the meet hy a score of 8116 to 4016. . . Two days later Sterling won the Whiteside County Meet in which eight teams participated. . . . The squad failed to place in hut two events .... Next to the S. H. S. total of 51 points was Prophetstown who trailed by Z1 points .... At the District Meet, at Moline where winners of four events at the State competed, the team took third in the 100 and 880, fourth in the 880 yard relay, and fifth in the javelin .... Out of sixteen teams represented Sterling tied for eighth place with Toulon .... Rock Falls was beaten without difficulty on a rainy day 78 to 44 .... May ZZ found Sterling at DeKalb for the N. C. 1. C. meet where she placed second out of 6 teams entered .... Sterling won three running events and took the relay .... Two days later at the Sterling-Dixon meet Dixon won hy a score of 71 to 51, making most of her points on field events .... Sterling made 40 of her 51 points in the running events and again taking the relay .... Record for this particular meet was broken in the 440, mile, and high jump .... The juniors pulled a surprise by winning the interclass meet with a strong team. 88 Tl 5121265 ROW ONE: F. STERENBERG, J. STABLER, J. RUTT, G. Cris. ROW TWO: COACH BRANDAU, V. FRYE, P. Pucmarr, R. HULSE. The 1937 tennis team was a small squad as compared with the large one ofthe year hefore. . . lviost of the team of the year hefore had graduated. The team consisted of Puckett and Sterenherg, singlesg and Rutt and Cies, Stahler and Frye, doubles .... Puckett won the Conference singles with Sterenherg runner-upg Rutt and Cies won the Conference double with Stahler and Frye runners-up, making a clean sweep of the conference for the second time in a row. Rutt, Cies, Stahler, and Frye were state finalists hut were eliminated in their first round. 89 Qsff ROW ONE: L. MCCANDLESS, P. HUBBARD, C. TABER, J. PowELL, P. JOHNSON, R. O'RouRKE, CoAcH P. HOOGEXVEEN Last year the golf squad broke even when they played Clinton, losing one and wining one. . . . They lost two to Dixon, won one from Polo, and lost two to Princeton .... They placed second in the conference standing .... The golf squad is the same as it was last year with Lawton McCandless the outstanding player of last year .... This year's schedule is as follows: April 25-Polo at Edgebrook Country Club. April 29-Rochelle at Twin City Country Club. May 2-Dixon at Twin City Country Club. May 7-District Meet at Rock Island. May 9-Polo at Twin City Country Club. May 13-Clinton at Twin City Country Club. May 16-Dixon at Plum Hollow Country Club. May 20 and 21-State Finals at Champaign. May 23-Rochelle at Rochelle Town and Country Club. May 31-Clinton at Clinton Country Club. june 4-North Central Illinois Conference Tournament at Rochelle. 90 IZIZLLQ W ROW ONE: V. FREE, L. SHANNON, D. -I-ARVIN, J. SHEELY, E. BARRACLOUGH, E. BIRCH, D. ALLEN L. KORNMAN ROW TWO: D. LITTLE, A. RICHAEDS, H. VOGEL, D. EVVBANK, K. CORNELIUS, S. GEETING, L. OHNEN, J. BROWN, R. WAGENKNECHT, P. JOHNSON. ROW THREE: L. OHNEN, B. LONG, E. MARTIN, A. FINE, I. BLANcHAIm, M. GEYER, J. WOOSTEII, M. HARRISON, L. SVVARTLEY. ROW FOUR: VI. PRESTIN, L. Mt'CAsI.IN, D. BISSEII., L. ITNYIIE, S. GERIYES, D. H.xIIsHM,xN, I. ScHt'EI.I5II R. H-mt ROW FIVE: AIuvIsEIzs: MII. LUEWIOE, Miss LOVIIIEN MIss EcH'I'EIzN,xcII Mlss CEOEFTI The staff of the nineteen-thirty-eight Blue and Gold enjoyed interesting meetings throuvhout the school year. . . For the seniors the annual is the culmination of four years of effort and enjoyment within the portals of Sterling Township High School. . . 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