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

 - Class of 1939

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Page Four and Gold 1939 Pagu P111 To Her MISS ECI-ITERNACI-I lt takes more than a bu1ld1ng to make a sehool It takes personahty pauence WlSdOI'l1 un As an outstandlng example of the best of teachers vue choose our heloved senlor advlser MISS Echternach Pug SIX Y Y Y ' selfishness, and perseverance. ' Y V ' Q V C . To Him MR DE VOE I-hs genlal personallty hlS keen XVII' h1S ex Lepnonal organlzlng ablllty and hlS deep lnterest 1n student problems have won hlm the respect and frlendshlp of everyone We honor Mr DeVoe as the ldeal suence mstructor and VICC prlnclpal laeS1n kf"Q""'f-3 'S f J' . 1 HX, - x I , u 1 ,t 2 7 . jx 7 M, fa ,I xx W f,X Jxf -, Jy1',fX J 'S V fj Place W , I-I M5563 XX 421 1.3 r f' :Sli ' F fx fy! J ff gf 17 I L Y re, 1 rn ff, sffi V x uf 4 n , I ffresna , lff Ly' X4 M S f Y z Z5 Cxx? MR EADES Wlth h1s keen lnslght lHfO the problems of Roscoe Eades each one of h1s students and h1s sympathetle understandmg of them, Mr Eades has endeared himself to everyone who has the good fortune to come 1nto Contact with hrm It IS a prlvllege to have one such as he at our helm durmg the four years allotted us ID thls school Board of Ed ucatlon JOHN M STAoER john M Stager has been member and presldent ot the board of education for Ulifly years Stager lb a graduate of Srerllng Townshrp Hlgh School and the Unlverslry of Mlchlgan He was an OllfStaI1dlDg athlete football teams He lb a staunch member and supporter of the A W WHEELER Mr Wheeler IS a graduate of S H S and the Unlverslty of Chlcago Mr Wheeler member of the educatlonal com mrttee of the board and takes 1 keen interest ln the HERIYS of the school He was the editor of c terllng Hlgh Schools first an W L HENIJRILKS Mr Hendrlcks has spent slx years of dlllgent seruce as 1 member ot the hrgh school board of eduea lon and has had much CXQCTILHCC IH 3LlHXlI'l1Stt,I'lHg school affalrs He lb a graduate of Brown s BLISIDCSS College There lb no one IH our commun the well rounded experlenee of Mr Hendrlcks S Club Page Ten C Am. E Gmesssn Mr Grxesser ns 1 recent mem ber ofthe board He lb 1 gr 1du ite of Bradley Polyteehnlcal ln sntute- Peorra Hxs soclal and business kOIll'lCIS hive provided experlenee whlch h1s been of excep 1on1l xalue to the sehool dlstrlct E T jwsssw Another member of the school bolrd Mr anssen lb .1 gradulte of the Sterllng Townshlp Hwh School and the Umx ersxtx of llllnors He ns one of the recent ly elected members of the bo 1rd of edue mon . ' 1 I . 4 - a . ' ' - . - ' ' . - 'A 1-' ' . . . I ' ' 1 " -. V' 1 1 2 ' z ' ' . . - is a 1 f ' ' v ' ' , 4 Z' . . . Mr. 'f - 1 ' -1 '- ' ' ' 1 ' K . . . . ' . Q K Q . y ' . t . - r ' ' ' ' , '- 1 ' , e on one of S. H. S.'s earliest nual. ity whose experience approaches x x L ' 1 . 1 I '. 1. .1 . . S fs- ,af . ' W 2 1 . . , . . . . - - - . . 1 " 1 1 - 1 , .j. , ' ' - 1 - 1 ' e -' ' - e ' C, . ' , ' '. ' . ' v ' Y , . 1 L A K-' ss- - 2 L- 1 . ' . ' 'K-Q . - . 1-e , x I1 -1 I 1' xx Y L u s e L- s 1 1 x il 2 74 I X - 1 'Z ' ' ,. . Language-Literature-Music f 1 rrirv 1 PII X nr 1 f 1rr1'll 1 1 1 TO 1 11r1P 114 111111 FACULTY lVllSb Burrltt 11e11 1111 our l'dLLllfY this xear teaches sophomore and junior Envlibh She is interested III dramatles and 21 welt e11th11s1abt lvliss Carrell is also 1 11e11et1111er te1eh111U 111111111 .111d se111t1r English Qhe pl 11s folf :111 lilees hrid-fe lvliss Goette 111str11ets fresh111.111 111d s11ph11 more Envlish and is 1 talented art teacher qhe has a dew e1f11h1eh she is XCTX fend Because of her tre11 el experience IU the Qld XX11rld 'Vins Forhes e11l11e11s the brudx e1fl.1t111 I11 her s111re t1111e she l1l1es 111 re 1i Nlr H1111e11s ls tl1e spirite ee111 11et11r11f1e1e 1l isic i11 S. H. S. He has trained 1 f111e mhed c111ir 11 mixed voices. I11 his spare time e writes e1perett'1s. lvllbs Le11 r1e11 is the 11ellsehe1e1led teaeher of semor Envlish She is ID eharve of the llhrarx and IS 111 1111 aluahle 1cl11ser for the Seript and A111111al Board To ser'1111hle evgs IU the re1111 IS her delivht lvlrs lVlelI'Sl'1lS the l1el111 ed te.1eher e1ffresh111.111 and se111h11111e1re Erwlish She is .111 1rt1bt 111d her leieure time is spent 111 the studx of art and III pa1r1t111U The hand 1 indeed 1e1rt11r11te to haxe 'Vlr Riehardb for its d1reet11r He 15 A I1 11111111 ee111111t1ser .111d 1reett1r .111e has 111111 Ure If ree11w111t11111 at111r1al 1 'Vliss Schick is i11 ch'1rge e1fl:re11cl1, English ll. '111 typinv. She ilces to read i11 her extr'1 time. and '1lst1 sleep. llatge' Ele-1 e'11 Social Science and Vocations E Xli' l'r'i1i1l:ui-Klr N-lim-l,Xl1ssl.iiileixs,Nlr Viral:-x Xli llun' Nl lin HI XII limln In Xlis-l'ei0r-IIi1.Nlr Nloore. XI .. ss .. iss 's ' , . mum Nir. lirandau. instructor of American history, coaches haskethall and tennis. He is an expert not only in hoth of these actiyities hut in most other sports as well. He prefers tennis. Mr. Scheid directs a wide field of sports for hoys. coaching toothall in the tall, intramural in winter, track in spring. Miss l-udens teaches world and American history. She enjoys all sports, chiefly golf. hir. Vfhaley teaches vocational wood shop. His classes haye huilt seyeral pieces ot furniture tor the lihrary this year. lyiiss Hunt is the clever teacher of commerce. bhe is instrumental in securing positions for many ot her students. Niiss Hester teaches cooking. This year she Filet Tu Ui t conducted a series of txyelye lessons for adults interested in the art of cooking. Mr. Timmons has charge of shop hoys and is superintendent of the school huilding and grounds. Miss Peterson teaches typing, shorthand, and hookkeeping. She derives much pleasure from her camerag she took the picture of herself used on this page. Mr. Moore spends his time in the shop as assistant to Mr. Timmons. He is a graduate oi- S. H. S. Miss Nehr teaches girls skill in home manage- ment. plays. She assists in the costumes for the senior M r. Rohlwins is the teacher of social science and has a wide knowledge ot present-day prohlems. Mr. S11111ll is 1111 'ilwl He lilies '1ll 1 e te11cher of11111the111atics. Mr. Hoogeveen is 21 SClCI1L'C te11cher, 1111,l ll . 1 sportsg chief 11111o11g the111 11re tennis couch ot huslcethall, golf, 1111ci foothull. During Zlllcl swi111111i11g. He enjoys detective stories. the su111111er he is almost 11lw11ys playing golf. Assisting MVT DCVU0 in fl?SAlHlN'I2m'f1' and Miss Browne keeps the lihr11ry i11 orcler 1111cl Mr. Br11ncl11u with h11sl4eth11ll is Fiucl Terhune. teaches algebra. Her Spccmitics me Singing illkl ll former 11thlet1c st11r of 5. H. 5. He enioys mum Skmiw, . ,,. 11ll sports. A . I l I T, I I - - 1 ' 1 11' '11, Mr. Twurclock is tl1e well-trainecl agriculture Mrs' Dnlsilz ?5Y'm"ft'U'k Rt1li1MrlUflllIi1:llI1 . w ' 11 - '. . '1 "s 1. teacher. He has 11111cle the Sterling F. F. A, Rtometrlhami llswgkimtlrl 3 l L . . ' ' o 1 ' '-I I . chapter UllfSfLlI1Cl1I'lg 111 the state. H1 Sou' t HULL um Mr Miss Turnell IS the efficient and genial girls ,Mllss Wslbwfl lteakhw ilflilthfmmlkf xml LH? sports director. She ll1lS carried out 21 successful Ullfnf V- ls WL In J b0HI1HlTfLl11Ql111 cxt1.1 111o111c11ts, sports progr11111. All sports are enioyecl hy l1er. ll Jimg YP 'Ll U xml xml' ' M M5155 mt 1 T M . . 111'1 'e-u 1 or t IC se111or 1 11vs. Mrs. MCAIldTCNK'S IS tl1e ple11s1111t and efficient K l l ' A nurse who cliugnoses our ills. When 11ot at Miss 5l'1Cfl112ll1 instructs cl11sses 111 tl1e stucly ot ' school she 11111y he see11 t11l4i11g care of her small hiology and zoology. She is 1111 11clx'1ser to the clnughter. sophomore L'l2lSS. Nlr.S111:1ll, Xlr, 'l'11rl1u110, Xlr, 'l'1.1:11'1l111-la, Miss 'l'ur111-ll, Xlrs. NIf'.X111l1'v11s, XII' lliwui-V1-1-11, Kliss lilwnxiii-, Xlrs llsixis. Nli-s YY:-41111. 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Ifnxlnwml XI:-llwlt Iffxbu-rv NI:-x4-r. lfvluc-m lin-lx, lluunlll 'l'Mu1m" Ifllnln IA:nxx1'1-In-of ROW 0 l':IlI'l YNHUNIII1, I'f:'rl Ne-Iwfn llwxxzxnl Ilim'-ml. If-lxxm lnxm Hum-rv Hulv. Row 7 ,Iwlm fl-mlql, li-,Mr-rl Xhmflxqxl' ,lzum-N I1-m-N 5-um 1-1:41 lei,-rm--.1 1-'lurk ' ' ' H ROW 8 Wflylnz- l"1'i4-irivlxx. Xlxltwrul Shulrugff, Ywil l'11rly-YY I null lx-Ixrvly lhuyruwlnl W'1r1'mx . R L I x 1 W1 'th r , N x , , D K J, x X ,-fl f I 'X ' J XX LM .V T V J 4 '-' '. k I s x .hx ,N Q V, 1 N FRESIIMAN OFFICERS FRESHMAN GIRLS Row I V4-rn Mlmnx. .Xllf-no Srmmx, Nliw 'I'ur-nf-l!. Xl:1ri..n Hull: llvill-ru-1' ROW 2 June- Sh:l1Tvl'. lil-My .lx-:nu Xlwrtin. Niruillizu IJ:-4-I Ilwlnluynwl. I-llwlza Ilrwix ROW 3 Ilwy-mlly hm I4-xu-, Urfzx .lm-:mn liwrx, XrV1-11:- Iiurnx l'1'v11HXN.,l:uu.wv- I,HlIe-. Hs-Hy 'I'r111-41-Hn Row 4 X1-rmzx Iqmwllx. Illrfix1PY1'I'IlIvINf'l'. He-ity Hl1lw.l51'lI'x Xlanwy' lizarnum. Row 5 Ir:-mf lifvyc-r. lloraulrlim- S'mrf-, III4--mm-r .I-wulm ,l:lnwr-11 Lui- Ifivh, l"r:mr-vx Xluh-lwwll Row 6 Iilfln Iiufhlvilnx. l.iII1:m H1-y'1uw4-'11, NI:u'j4:l'w Hx:-ru: lu-surxux, Lynx Ziljmm ROW 7 .ls-wu lluYIm:ul:. Il lu- l'ywyvln-':-l'. IM-rw Un-I, .I-mn l7:l1'cl'l l.lAlIIn4ll ,jf ji! 1, 1 Pu gr Tlmzx 1 l'A'lllI'r Hu umm I3 lylwll pc' In Xlm "Ill Pun-I awk Af' of '42 A-r .11 FRESHMAN BOYS Row l NY1lllzlm XIvYlnvlu, Ilenzulll Chute lliwlwiml lirf-xvxxf-xv-r. f'll:lrlf-N f'1,m':1:l. liuwf-ll liulu-I. Xlvrrlll llmlvn ROW 2 Urxlllv llmxnxlu-r:ffl'. lfllxun lirmxlur-. Slsmle-x Ifrvlf, llnrxr-5' XII-I':ullX Unnrulfl lf:1Lfl1l1..l:e3 W:ell:nlr- Row 3 Hull:-rv H1-3, .l-'ln H'll:ev'1-. ll:-:nn linux. lil:-xc-ll lin'-4-V, l':ml .lvfl.n-Mn. I.:-Jw Su-ru ROW 4 Hr-rrnll Hull. I'r:mlllm lin-NNI:-r, Ilwnwll Xrlulw. .lrwlx i'll:npm:m. I':muI llilum-, lil:-nn Iflllnnxnlwl' ROW F .Iuvlx lffy, lu-lm:lr4l lllxln-In-we-". llzmu-I limmm-. IM1l:ll.l 'l'l:u-l-Hn, l':ny llxxlmlulx. 'l'-rm XX:-lwln. llyxlllw Hzwlv. Illxxln l.l-:uwvr Row 6 ll:lv'wl4l Stun-. I,1uxz-rn lim-ru-r. ll-rlwlwlx livlmllxx. lmuf-ll , NI:-yu, lwlf-rv S14-xmux. f'l:nlrS1lmxx:11ll4. l':mI Ilr-rmzum ROW 7 Slrmlf-5' Slmrp. Imrvll XX:-wlu-N-m'r, Vlnzlrlr-N Xllllc-r. lfnlnwl liymxl-wx:nL. livllllS1mllu, l.4-lull-I limfll. Us-iw llnlwlunzlxn FRESHMAN OFFICERS DeVere Leunznxl l'1'esiLluv1I Elelam Rulwlwins lvicu I'11'xiLle11t Beverly Anelersun Sum'euz1'3 bleim Beatty null Earl Nelson Trelzx1u'eTv FRESHMAN GIRLS Row ' Nunn Null, ,Il-'ln 4.r:ll.-rm, X4-lun Zwlf-rl Xlrulnn Uvlllr-I. Xl vrx lh-Il.- .lllm-X. .lwmv I14-ll Row ? Xmvu lllwrwylw, lim:-rlx Xu-lv-rw--ll. Xl-:rg fir- f'u:vXln141 lfllllw lie-1-lx. lr:mm-- Xlzurxll Row 3 ,Inrwv 1 :nxw1lX,,lfl:x1l Ixllll-ln, XI:1rn:l1l 4--lm'-If-r I urn-l Shun:-r lil lllxx XY:---l els-r, Irv-up lillxlmnul Row 4 li:-xvrlx Klnllu-11, l.:lXvlnruf NIfY1fll. llllofxl llwxlu-ll. 1 ll.:1'lw11f- I-lr-'. l.f'r1'.um-4.1-MM-. l.:llvl.1wWf-:lx Row F Nl,r'lwr'x l.:my4-. lic-'ul X1-ww-. .lvzxn lluzx, Illlrmx lwuvln limvux .lulllvwlm Row 0 Illmnlfx ,lun-X:-Il. liz-lvx llmulx. lfmll XXl'w'1v, l.ll:-uw l,l,nL Xl nun Iilrll-.xll film Tfxzvfwfwll The lun BY X' fir X9 fx ff' I I PRESS CLUB QUILL AND SC ROLL W1 1xfN11 1 1 1 nw 7 1 11r1 1 1 1 if 11 1 r 11 OW T1 1 1 11. 11 1 1 rt 1 1011 v1 1111 r 11 lic 1r DW4 11 N I1111x111 r 11 11 1r11 ow 5 1 11 B111 1 1 1 I 1 I ow O 1 1 1 ll 111 11 1 1 1 ANNUAL BOARD OW 1 1 1 X11 r 1 1 ow 2 X 1 N1 11111 111 1 ow3 1 r1 1 ow 4 11 TX 1 11 T111x 1 111 1r1 SIX nuv I1lLll1bLTb 11111 1d1111tt1d 111 tha. 111111111 1r1 fratgrnltx of 1111 Lllll 11111 Skroll tl11s NLIT Thu .111 Robut C11stu1dv1k Ruth XX1dt1111 MWTX Andruxs Bob S1l111 Blfblfl FlWI1l1 1111 D011 Fd1ru1b.11l1 Thu SLITIUTS 11111 11111 1111 TL QLIIFCUILIIIS last 111.11 'ITL 1.111111 13111111111 11d 11111 NS1111111 Bgntus and the Blue and Gold PRESS CLUB The Press Club has been one of the maln features of the school for sw years durlng xx hleh tlme M198 Lox rlen has supervlsed each ISSLIC of the paper There IS '1 U eat deal of opportunlty ln the organlzavon for everyone xvho IS Interested IH Journahstle work There IS but one quallfleatlon for membershlp 1D the oreamzatlon and that IS wlllxngness to xx ork Thus IS the second year IU xvhlch the nexxspaper has been a member of the Natxonal SLTIOTWSIIL Press ASSOL1 mon NWLDIXII Benters and Don Fehrenbaeh xxere co edltors Llllfll the reslgnfltlon of D 1 1 lf the end of the first semester xx hen Naoml took ehflrge ofthe Serlpt ANNUAL BOARD Mary Andrexxs Edztor Ruth Wllver Marv Anna Turnroth Assistant Eclztors Bob Sfxlm Buszness Manager j1m Wlxfglns jean Mfuer Asszstant Busmess Manager: Lflxxton MeCandless Czrculanon Manager Arladme Mfune Mason Bell Asszsranr Czrculatzon Managers Bob Flelds Jeanne Longabauvh Glorla Brlan Barbara Shaffer Phorograplxzc Staff NHOHHI Benters Soczety P'1tr1e1a Donahue Dramatzcs Football Basketball Bob Corrw Track Nona Ollnger ack Jurkens Art Charles Gasso Edward Gebhardt Girl s Sports Dale Schumacher Muszc Dean Geer Lrlllan Bauer Helen Kelsey Mary Clalre Heaton Clubs Marlan Benson Cl1zefTNDzst Irene Cverdes Grace Ratzlaff Alerhm Neltzlee Warren Whltver Asszstant Txfnsts Mr Eades General Aeluser Mr DeVoe Busmess Aeluser MISS Lox rlen Proof Reader MISS Eehternweh Class Adus r SCRIPT EDITORS Ex OFFICIO MEM13rRs Don Fehrenbach Preszdent lrvln Wolf X zee Preszdent Edxx ard Gebhardt Seeretarx Lyle Hull Treasurer lag Tlurlv ju X , C br I . . . Z . . y .K . . . . 7 ' . . A 1 . . Y K . ' . ' e " "1 ' . L . x ' n L T L T Y i ' ' T . K . tt z ' ' . .- X f ' ' . ' ' . Y . . cr x , '--'f- ' 1. , , , . J. I . .B . ' I C. U V Y L Y ' YY 'YYY . I J . K. , Y ryryu Y My y l 7 E V . . y C 7- y . Lanita Bendewald, Marian Kline e,,, Literary Editors I V, , ':,31'1,, be , ' - 1 Y Y ,V " " ' ' X y 1 T x ' lc l ", c ' . J. Y' I, . . K YY I I A YI- I I I Y' I . 7 . , J 4 Y , 5- , , .T 1 e eluestron drseuaaed pro and eon was Resolx ed th If the Lnrted States bhould estah l1sh an alllanee w1th Great BTIIHIII a auhjeet wh1eh proxxdel l1XelX JINLLISQIOH of the erlslb IH Europe B uh Salm and Boh Qastendxek afhrtnatlxe and P1t Donahue and Don Fehrenhaeh newatrxe e1nne Lo11w'1ha11vh serxed as 1 bLllfWSf1fLlfC on tl1e nrst squad Lllllali Bauer w ho took eharge of the reae1reh work aeeompanred the tean1 on sex eral oeeasrons Four nrst team memhers were senrors and 1ll had had one or more xears ot experrenee The seeond team eonststed ot Gordon Behrens Buhara Fllllli Paul Harshman and BOl'WAlElIHlbOI1 The deh IFIIIU season atarted De emher the tenth w hen the seeond and thlrd teams 1ourr1ex ed tw the l'llIlNCl1lL Tourn1ment and the firbt team 1ttended 1 tournament f1t Roektord Both were praetree non e LLINIOU 1 11rs ltr e T11 rtx Forensics Row cond Row It lu! In OFFIQ ERS Bolw S llIH President Pattx DOI1ll1LIL X 1 e Prem ent Barham FllHII Seeretrlrx eanne l.ong1h1ugh Tretumer anuarx 29 Mr Rohhlns took hls team to Wheaton where thev eompeted w1th Z9 other sehools They made '1 fine showrnv there ranklng rhrrd Fehruarx 4 the team 111ade 1 trlp to Auwustan 1 thtrtx other sehools Here thev t1ed for fourth plaee Fehruary 9 10 ll two memhers of the first team Boh Salm and Don Fehrenh1eh were sent to Coe Colleve Cedar Raplds low1 where thex dehated hoth sldes of the question At Coe College thex reeened 1 eertlneate of superror TRUNK' Sex eral pr1et1ee dehates w ere presented hefore the Sterhnef Rotarv qterllng Llonb Roek F1lls Rotarx qterltnw NXfomen s Cluh and the lvlorrrson QLILULL Cluh The dehate team hu had tts most sueeessful xear 111 the sehool 5 hlatorw We are proud of the honors thex haxe hrouvht the se hool Top liolu-rl l':1sIv111lywl1,.lv:1l1l11- l.onu:1' , lbillllll, IJ1111 lff-llrelllnzxr-l1 Se 111- ' S11 11, f'o:11'l1 lfulmlxlns. l':urivl:u lP1111:1l1uv -1 1 SA A A 1A- 1 A A1 A 1 "L-1 -,A-'11 1, . 1 . 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Xl: :11111 I41r1111 ' R0 . 1r1-11 NI 1 A . .XI1111 I11r11N. .11':111 f'11:11-, 121-r1r1111v 171111-. 171-1-11 V11-11. 111-I1-11 111 ' 11:111N1111. 1111111 X1111 C':1-11-111111-k. .1111i11 H1-1-1:1. N Ro . : ,111r1f- 1lF1'NN. f'1:1r:1 151-111111, 111- 71- 11:11111111-I111:111. 1111r1- X1'1l'11- 51-1111, 1.1lU1 11:1111: 1Y:1114'1t, 111-1Q11S11:111, Yem 141111, 1'115111N15-1-r. 41111 1 .1111 Mus x ical R GV iew ovs 1 Row UW ORCHESTRA 3 I rw 4 I x Xrv 1 I V I N I INLIN WLT II 5 I I N N our ml rx N SN I L N I" I ' UINIHLIILLINLI Lu x L' W L N IILIW ILIIIIII' IL N VIRUS L NL I L 1 T MIN x M1 1 ' L L L kk U IL ILIL T nz Q 1 I R ' IM-H5 I":xl1IILl14-r. I.-lrr:11m-WHII,XI,ll'r-Iru-I.:u1nL'I-.Iifvrllvvu IG4-Im-lux. XwI,u X1-df-r, Ii:-vrrwlw I nm-4 .I1-vu 131 IH, Ilu-Iyn I,:nv-In, XrI:uI:-nv NI:un 'Z XI:uri:+l1 XII-IIru1:Iw.XIIIIIH--I XII-I":vIIN, Dun-II-I Ixym-r,I3wl'1N XI'1rl1-Nvvlrl. Ifu IQxxIvmIL. I'.uwlI Ywvvuwf, XI.u1x Xml: 'I'I1rurw!Iw, Xlrarlqm SwIn1vIr-r. I':mI II:IrNInm:ln, f'I'Irs-11w- 'HHHIL R ' I 'II'1-r f':lN-MIN. I4II:1rIn-X IQIILI-I, II4vIu-rv I"l4-IIIN. NI Iv- I'v'rll. I.m-III1- III V. X'11Irr-.I 'I',uVm-r, XIWVNIII IIN-u4'1'. .Im IL VI :upm:lu. ICNII1-rv .I-.nv-X, Ihr:-xx XII-I..Iv1I1:u Ilm-I-I, IM-:In IRQ-vr RJ ' 7'r1xI4rHl:uu. I'IIyIIIx Nlmlnlw-ln. II-'IMI-I 'I'Iv-mmf, .I I-4-gm-Iulw In-rvrn-1-X. NI.crx 4'I:nrv II:-'In-11. XII' Ill: Imrwlx TI Q hugh SLINUI UrL'I1L'.tr:1 Ima 1 - I -Alqip Thu v'L'I1c.t'. fL1r11ifImcLI .'cvcmI rm of LIIW I 'r IIII1i.' YCLIY IIUIII' Imp x'IuIs LHLI IIILQICI I IA IIIIIII' MII III", Im . LII' , ' " 'I I. ru L'cIILws v 'fc I L1r'I111'L'LI. s '- ,II - - VI ' 'tl -y. By I1'XI' A' 'ur X11 Ili 'I ll LIs I pc. N1 to Imvc AI LT .xv -my Yiuling 11 I I -I r fl - ' ' K7I'!LIIII:l " 111. 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'r' I A 1 l I 1 'MVuslcT Relgns Supreme BOYS GLEE LLUB Txxo sectlons were requlred to aeeommodate all those boys deslrlng to take part m glee Club The boys have specrallzed rn srngmg seleetlons from opera and lrght opera Warren Frledrlchs Preszdent Bob Flelds Vzce Preszdent Jack Chapman Qecretarx Wllllaln Dettman Treasurer Chester Landls Lrbrarzan GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Girls Glee Club like the boys has an unusuallv large attendanee th's year It was necessary to dn 1de the group 1nto two parts 111 order to aceommodate all Many tlmes they have brouvht honors to thelr dlreetor, Mr ohn I-Ionens Audrea Tarner Lorralne Wolf dLQlIt.llIlt, Vertrees Wllma ean Coats Hemletta iterenberg Fern Allen I.,1lll2I1 I-Ioover Ceraldlne Lang Preszelent Vlee P11 YILILIIT Qeeretarx Asszstant Seeretarx Treasurer LlI7TflTlll7'l Lzbramm Manager In the spring they took a promment part III the Musle Festrval and eompeted ID the South west seetlon of the Northern State Contest ranltrng Hrst, thus qllallfylllg for state eompetl tion at LaSalle Four sololsts entered the loeal eontest and quallfied for the state eontest They were Pat Donahue, soprano, Mary Andrews, mezzo so prano, Bob Flelds tenor and Dale Sehumaeher bass Warren Frledrle hs Dean Ceer Pat Donahue Marlann Blrch acquehne Vertrees President Vzee Preszdent Secretars Treasurer Lzlararzan M ana Qtr The robed eholr lllxe the Ulee elub IS dlreeted by john I-Ionens - ' " I f T' A- ga' . 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I,ll1' 111-I I1 uk K1 11111 511 li , -11111-th Imnu. - Slrwvk, ISM, IIIIHN. H:1r11l1l chren-, RUI11-rl lizlrrcl, lim' lin --lx. l5:1r110y of America Honors for F. A. A. have been as numerous as the leaves on a tree. The poultry team con- sisting of jim Beatty and Paul Hague, and the grain team comprised of Ray Mellott, Harold Steiner, and Francis Orlowski qualified for the state contest by winning at Stillman Valley. The milk and meat teams won state wide honors at the State contest. The milk team won both a bronze plaque and a silver cup. The meat team won second place in the nationals being but 12 points behind Missouri, the winning team. The chapter has also participated in many and varied activities. They sponsored the Sec- tional-Vocational Fair where two hundred and six boys showed five hundred and eighty-five exhibits of corn, potatoes, honey, soybeans, eggs, and poultry. Arthur Koster placed highest with second in shelled corn and third in ear corn exhibits. The agriculture classes made many valuable and practical field trips on subjects of importance such as hog vaccination, culling, soil testing, erosion, selection of animals, farm management and other topics of interest to the future farmers. The club in its effort to adequately supply a well-rounded program for its members organized baseball and basketball teams with Chester Long as captain of both teams. A jamboree was held in December with the Sterling chapter playing host to the Rock Falls, Tampico, Morrison, and Milledgeville chapters. Diversions such as rope pulling, pie eating con- tests, and pop drinking contests were provided to entertain the hundred participants in the gala affair. On April 17, Dr. A. W. Nolan ofthe University of Illinois spoke at the annual Father and Son Banquet at which there were over a hundred guests. Plans are being formulated for a camping trip at Lake Decatur for the chapter members from july ninth to the fifteenth. Not only has the club as a group been active and outstanding in the school and state but the honors held by individuals of this chapter are many. Warren Friedrichs has chalked up to his credit a glowing list of achievements-president of the State F. F. A., third in the national contest for meat judging, the coveted award of American l -4 A Q Farmer which he received at Kansas City in Cctober. Only three in the state received this honor. The requirements called for high scholar- ship, high project earnings, and a complete activity program, he also tied for first in meat judging at the state contest. Wayne Friedrichs has also won distinction by winning first place for individuals in milk judging at the state contest. Wayne entered the sectional public speaking contest and was one of the three emblem winners in the chapter. Wayne's accomplishments are unusual for a first-year student. Lester Jacobs, a sophomore, tied with Warren Friedrichs in the state contest for first place honors in meat judging. Lester also won the F. F. A. activity award. Great things are ex- pected of him in his coming two years. In the national contest for meat judging he placed ninth. Clarence Strock distinguished himself by being one of the emblem winners and also placing third in the state contest for milk judging. Thirty members working individually on pro- jects of their own choosing cleared 353,276.00 in 1938, besides establishing pure bred stock on the farms and better varieties of crops. Nlore than anything else this demonstrates the practical value of such a course. A course was held for the benefit of adult farmers interested in scientific methods recently developed for better farming. Farm problems were also discussed by part time classes of young farmers and the benefit derived from the course has been immeasurable. Many future farmers showed their live-stock at various fairs. Those winning first place were Warren Friedrichs, George Reitzel, and jason Hopkins. Mr. Twardock warrants special recognition for his services to the chapter. His tireless energy has provided the club with many activities and has imbued the members with ambitions toward bigger and better projects. Mr. Twardock has patiently trained the boys and has made state champions out of freshmen. Page Forty-three AK wiv FRENCH CLUB Row 1 ltolmr' Philips. Yiolu Xesler. l.anit:i lienilewailil, Rose lluuiron. Myrtle- Ifruz, f'harlorte Goetz, Miss Sc-hit-k. ow 2 .lm-k liivlvv. .lnne lfrysiuger, Mary Anna Turnroth. llarinn liooim. lit-lon Klvc-rs. Hloriu liriau, lluth YYelton, Barbara Flinn, Iiohe-ri f':is!t-mlyi-lt, Row 3 Xuoini lk-users, ltolwri Xlurhias, .Xrlamlmxe Nlain, Lawton NI4-fkimlle---. Nlzirv Willis-rn, l.u4'ille Burr, Donulml flllllI'f'll. f'h:erh-s iii-yer, XYrir1l llillon, lion Ifollrf-nlmq-li ROW 4 llalv Sv'liuin:u'l1+-1', llonultl l-liril. ie? E RIFLE CLUB Row 1 Fharlf-s fixisso, .Im-lt Hlmstezul, .lar-k lsivlmv, Lawton XI:-Vziiitlless, liugr-nv Long, Lyle llzill. lrvin Wolf. Hr. IUPYUQ, Row 2 Iiolmrr .loin-s. l.vlt- U1-etiiig, .lohu llriflith, .lim Wiggins. Keith llvzilev, lorm liurilen. .luck .lurks-us, llunaltl llaag. Row 3 .lzirnes ltizinlvin. iXlvin llf-seller, Warren Reims-l, Iilwin Duluu liobvrt Xlclioiiailnl, liairl liruguvinxin. Nluson lirfll, .lohn Q. Xilailns, NYilh:1ni llugllliul Row 4 Shel-lon lint-lun, Waivnt- Short-. liolnert Sier. Douglas .lauss lbonulil lforrl, .Xrlxinrl Cioulml, XYHXIIP lfllruuker. l'iilXS'1ll"ll Klillcr. Vhrirlt-s Nlzison SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Nl-wry Xnnzi 'l'urur--th, .Xrihur Ki-star. lfxelyn Linton. lxlg l'il17lX-liliqv QU, Un Peu cle Paris The French Club, a social group of thirty students of French l and French ll, holds meet- ings once a month, usually at one oi' the members' house. The first meeting this year was a steal: fry at the Ceyers' cabin. Barbara Flynn was hostess to the club for the second meetingg Mrs. Silas jones, formerly Professor of French at Eureka College was the spealter. Having traveled many times in France, she was interesting to hear. A Christmas party was held at the McCandless home. lnitiation of the French I students and an exchange of frivolous gifts toolt place. Arladene Main President Don Fehrenbach Secretary Miss Schick Adviser Q D lts a Bull s-eye 7 The Rifle Club, a unit of the atiot ' e Association, was started in the Ste ing w l-li-fh School in 193i Rifle Club meetings ed cW Tuesday evening and!Sz rdax nor ' l1e coliseum armory, whe , un t su rvi ion of Captain U. R. oe d ' ite t Stone of Company M, 1 emb rs ar ta t the L and handling ofdur e Muc i1 rest has be created in the eff ' or the classes ' . . U, ah f J?QF5 fp Chad- Q ' , T5lUf F ll ' si i I-A U " ri Arland Joul " try IZDCC Club if :KVM tiff his year. as last, the Science Club sponsored several interesting spealcers for the public. Cn Qctober 6, the lvielville Glass Blowers staged an absorbing demonstration. Another interesting lecture was given january il, on Microcosmos by Dr. Paul Louis l'iret, who presented colored slides. Arthur Koster Ptesitleut Evelyn Linton liice Ptesitlent Mary Anna Turnroth .Secretary S.I'I.S. Tlwespians The Dramatic Cluh consists of all juniors and se11iors inter- ested in drama-tics and all those who have taken part i11 plays or who have passed the try-outs conducted hy the older nienihers. 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I xtriwm li:-lure-ns. .Xrlo-no Karel. Ilarlr-ne Altlriwli, Ian-ille liurr, Mary Willwrn. Iiuth Sangre-y. I-Ii-Tri is an organization of senior and junior girls affiliated with the Y. W. C. A. Cn january 26, the Hi-Y entertained the Hi-Tri at a dinner, which was followed hy games and dancing. I-Ii-Tri had charge of the Santa Claus Shop for poor children at Christmas, and also tool: part in the carol singing for the aged and shut-ins. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer I.eta I-Iouseman Ruth Wilger lvlary Wilherti CABINET Mary Anna Turnroth Memhersltifr Naomi Benters . Program Viola Nester ,,.. Program lN4ary Sue Gill , Service , Lucille Burr, Social Nona Olinger, ,, Finance Miss Schick, Miss Hester, Miss Gohel .-Xtlrisers The Girl Reserves consists of memhers of the freshman and sophomore classes. Meetings are held at the Y. VV. C. A. the last Thursday of every month. During the Christmas holidays they hrought cheer to the aged and shut-ins with their carol singing. On February I3 they entertained hoys ofthe Junior I-Ii-Y at a box supper. The advisers were Miss Carrell and Miss Browne. Garnet Kosier President Eleanor jacohsena Vice President Mary Andrews Secretary'-Treasarer GIRL RESERVES . , , . Girl Reserves Cther Hours Do r1ll Ex1n Mr Fldw TLIIXLS thx, SLIIOUI s soull lutlklflgs Wherexer you find Lamm lf 5 un 1 one you ll find Ixuth there too X Bury uprunnti our Qopholnoru Sngms to LINUX, lf too Th1pr1z1 puture in thg Llllidld 1am1r1 umtcq Lyl1 md D01 lmrh dum rh1 PTIZL Rurzd, Heilq Gdwbx 'md C s xmrg snipped duruw thur i6IU1'lIlIN131 bith The. l'wmdp'1md1s at rh1 xuoud "1I'lI1llll IIUIIILLUIHIHU Y Pug-11 Furzx nun xl - 1 1 .1 '.- 1 . ' . -1 '1 1. 1 dl' , -1 '- - 1 -'1",- 1 1 1 1 1 1. . ., ' ' 1, ' IJ , f. 5 1 , . , . f . f ' X e df' I ' f fl" ' P 1 ' 4 J: 1 1 If , ,-1 V .1 . f , 1 1-1 .- 1 . . .1 - 1 Y 1 1 . X A h 'X ' L' . ' h 1 ' a L1 it -', 'l' L 1 , 1 1 . l I , I 'U f " ' 1 ' 4 . K I A D. 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Standing Pat Donaiiiie, VVarren lfrierlrir-hs. Keith Ilealev, Nammi Renters, Shirley Jenkins, June Frysinizer. Harrison Srone, Dale Sf-liumar-lier, Iiarolfline lfzulrlen, Fluzirlrxtte f':rrns. lille-en Brznlley, Dean fleet. Holi Szilm, Leia Irimise-imiii, Bob Iiartel, Rehevr-:i llinz, i'lT9fl Bran On Stairs Mary .xIHlY'PR'Q. The cast transported their audience to southern California where one could get acquainted with the Mclntyre family. George, CBol'w Salml was a typical problem child with his puppy-love affairs, but Terry CCharlotte Carnsj presented a greater problem to her folks, Professor Mclntyre and his wife CFred Brauer and Mary Anclrewsj by her attempts to rope in Brian Cwarreii Friedrichsl. The stage represented a patio which was con- structed under Mr. Timmons, and Miss Cvoette's direction. Miss Neff supervised the costumes, Miss Burritt the properties, and Miss Peterson and Miss Westtmn the make-up. Grchids to Miss Lovrien and the rest of the faculty for their invaluahle direction! PLAY CAsT Boh Salm Charlotte Carns Fred Brauer Mary Andrews Patty Donahue Leta Houseman Rehecca Hin: Warren Friedrichs Boh jones George Mclntyre Terry Mclntyre Professor Mclntyre , Mrs. Mclntyre Prudence Darling, Elsie Patterson Mrs. Patterson Brian Dutch Umar A Pete Hal Patty Miriam ,, Traffic Qfiicern Vivian, jane Maid Extras , l FAcL'LrY Miss Lovrien , Miss Echternach Mr. DeVoec , , FincmcicllAd1'iSer Miss Neff Costumes Miss Burritt ,Properties Miss Peterson, Miss Westcmn Make-Up Mr. Timmons Stage Miss Goette Stage lhyqu Forts-mm' Harrison Stone Dale Schumacher ,Dean Cveer ,Nona Qlinger Eileen Bradley ,,,.Bob Bartel Shirley Jenkins june Frysinger , .Lillian Bauer Haroldine Fadden .Naomi Benters , .Keith Healey , Director Ticket Sales Ilirer-for "When we grow Undcr the expert leadershrp of Naomr Bcnters, on Octobcr 28 thc senror class sponsored onc of the most successful Hallowe en Frolrcs yet grven S H S A new and drfferent versron of Uncle Tom s Cabrn w as presentcd by the Alrve Stock Company, starrrng Law ton McCand less Don Drynan, Harrison Stone, Art Mulnrrc, and Bob Jones Besrdes the regular booths a motron prcture and spoolc show provrded en tertarnment for the crowd As usual, many precrous souvenrrs werc grven to the patrons of the drfferent booths Dancrnv followed the frce show and concessrons The second annual S H S Homecomrng occurred November 5 wrth Naomr Benters and Paul Hubbard servrng as co charrmen A pep meetrng on Frrclay evenrng startcd the celebratron, at w hrch trme brref speeches were grven by mem bcrs of the football squad Coach Scherd, and some of the team s supporters A gala parade wrth band and floats the mornrng of the frfth followed, then came the game wrth Belvrdere whrch, although Sterlrng suffered a defeat, drd not seem to dampen the enthusrasm of the dancers rn the evenrng Musrc was provrcled by Jack Manthey The floor show was taken from Kay Kysers rdea of a Musrcal College, wrth teams made up of three students versus three alumnr, the latter berng vrctorrous Scveral dances were held rn the hrgh school gym after our home basketball gamcs They plcased the dancers wrth hrs rnusrc A succcssful serles of four lunchcs was pre scntcd by the senrors, the sprrng luncheon held on March 29 closrng the season canne Longa baugh was rn gencral charge assrsted by Charr mcn Marre Vogel, Cl rra Reed can Marcr and Barbara Shaffcr Thc Chrrstmas formal sponsorcd by the scnror class was an claboratc affarr under the gurdance of Helen Kelsey On Decenrbcr 27 the gym was beautrfully decoratcd wrth blue cellophane, and one huge snowball suspended rn the mrddle held smaller snowballs w hrch w ere released upon the dancers as favors A great many alumnr attended the clancc, and old acquarntances were renewed For the floor show Haroldrne Fadden prcsented a tap dance Warren Frredrrchs and Pagc Flfla too old to dream Barbara Shaffer wrth choral acconrpanrnrcnt prcsented some vocal sclcctrons One of thc hrghlrghts of the occasron was a grand march wrth Dee Palnaers popular orchestra playrng college songs Helen Lea Hanson wrth her assrstants xcry ablv directed the sophomores Cherry Tree Twrrl held February ll Musrc w as provlded by Krppy Carpenter The floor show was rn charge of Betty Gehrrng and outranlced most of the programs presented at school functrons Featured on the program was a playlet drama trzrng the three stages of school lrfe Helen Cassell rendered a vocal solo and Sanford Mrtchell pleased wrth hrs fine whrstlrnv Ruth Ann Castendyclc made hcr debut delrghtrnv the crowd wrth her srngrng Fcrn Allen planncd the attractrve decoratrons The Annual Board, rn conjunctron wrth the senror class, sponsored the Blue and Gold dance Aprrl 15, wrth Jean Marer and Nona Olrnger actrng as co charrmen The board as part of therr sales campargn promrsed that all those who subscrrbed rn advance to the annual would be admrtted free to the dance Mtrsrc was furnrshecl by records on the new communrcatron system On May 13, the yunror class entertarned thc senrors wrth a sprrng formal The affarr was held rn the Sterlrng Club, whrch w as bcdcclced w rth palms and colorful sprrng flow crs Dancrng hrs orchcstra Lcola Hunsbcrger hcrdcd the festlvrty Last year s brrllrant formal honorrnv thc senrors was held at the Stcrlrng Club A good Ollt of town d ancc orchcstra furnrshed thc rnusrc Mary Andrews served as charrrn rn and prox rdccl games for those who drd not dancc Thc scnror class, zcalous rn thcrr attcmpt to malce moncy, on Aprrl 26 sponsored a Fun Festrval srnrrlar to the Hallowc en Frolrc, under the gurdance of Bob Salm and hrs comnrrttces A nrrnrature golf coursc rn the gym provrded much fun for the crowd, and a cabaret appeased therr hunger Booths and concessrons lrned the hall, and the mystery show was a hr hlr ht of the occasron At the free show thc krng and queen of the festrval wcre crowned Drncrng w as then enjoyed by a large crowd 1 ' 3 X . 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I L T 9 YK C L T Y I dl-5 ,rd uf- 144.-- 4- c,'a, 1 I I X I A -' . 9 I 1 ,. , ,-, ' ,- . 4 n 4- 1, r -, We'll have this to remember" Bob Elson, WGN sports announcer, was guest speaker at the annual "S" Club Banquet. The meal, prepared by Tom's Restaurant, was served by girls from the G. A. A. A brief welcome speech was given by Irvin Wolf, president of the "S" Club, followed by short addresses by members of the board and faculty. Mr. Elson gave some interesting inside information on broadcasting baseball and football games. A large crowd attended the banquet. ik Pk lk The Romani Hodierni wound up an interest, ing and active year with the annual Latin Ban- quet on May 19, which carried out a novel theme of entertainment. The gym was transformed into a circus Maximus. A long procession, led by heralds, advanced into the gym, singing an impressive chant. The circus began with the Pontifex Maximus making an offering to the gods. 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Don lff-lxrt-lllwzivli, l.yie Hull. llmxn Gm-r. Xiruinlu Xlillvr. XYIIFFPII lfrit-Ilrivlix, lliitlillilx flZlwN6'!lx. Nlzlriun Swluuvlftr. Row 2 Betty .lozin Martin, Xlilfllill I':1Inii-r, liortlon liolirriix. ,liutn Killian. ltonnlil Ii-mi-r, Nlztq' lizirnum. .livlin llztnkin. 1 "Gigolo" llehrenb shows off, hut llettx' :incl Marion 5-Fuclclen and Morley are as thick ua glue. Tltt-v txre interested more in the cumeraunun. always stick together, , 6--Barham anti Helen mziv have gotten Ll chuckle Ullf Icxl. lWlll WC A - - , I - - V ot having their picture taken, hut we clehnitelx got the lust laugh. 3 "The kiddies will plant' when the teztcher is out" T .-Xnother tteshie this time "Main-mountaun" Mcf rztken through ni key hole, Ninch. I These titeshtnen ITV to appear tlisinterea het thex' enjovetl having their pictures tztken. -. . H lark i. ni r- lTI'Illl1tlf'Il1llI1ll Ist ot lla :it 1-:mt lt- -lf hive us ll toot on the YUUIQIQ lxiatriun. K s U K K l l 'X K munxtgecl to get hia locker open. llzcc fifty-ftzizi' llurfllilum l'-I1'l'lPll, liernii-if Xlorlt-lv. Iicu-l-:im Sli:itlkfr. Ili-lf-n liftlxtty. Billy NI1-Nini-li. .lm-It Ci'li:ipni:1n i fd will Q it 3 c ml ai 45 un. .-1' Ilul-4-rv Vwlfi-. Hull: Wright. I.f-wnwrfl In-X1-rf-, Hu-xv-rI5 Xnflr-rNun,Hrv1llv Hmlff, I5:xrh:nr:1 Vliuu. limb XX olwu. BUYS fir-D muff. lluvh xllll C':1N:1'1ul5vlx. l':ntrif-1:1 Iif-hr:-lux. Vlurxrluffe flllctl. Nlnrjwriv liruuu. Xlurp YY1Ilwru In and Around the School 1 Ilmlw A-.'XllIL1llIUI'H Fu-his trunks on duwn. cvcn XYIIVII 6 Tsrh, rsrh uf' all things I snug xuu'x'c k-.ulm 'Agm raking pxuvllrus fur tfu- Blue .md Gold. xonwuthirlg thorn" - Iimix ut .1 fL'.!iTvh1I Hmk mgulnr. also trwlmw. lt xlnw I ,with PWC, I,rL.Iu.' and X ,mmm M,Hk,r 'lm Lum! pecturca are .uw lk ICRIYIUD. msigt thc U , , V . N E V , I, x . pgurrururx. 3" Ah haf Pschuld Lupui IN thc torcgmllrmd. It vnu can , . . . E L f . 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IM-xvrllx l"1'in-Nr-11, l7:u'4l'n l.ulfImr'u. lluln-rl I Iirnuvr. Hxfl Hugluuul, Hwlwrt Iw-llrmxlvzuwlu I 1 . The Mystery of the Three Ohoes Tramp, Tramp, Tramp A Bulldoze Grummond Story -WM M ortimer Hclsltandel Olivia De Glutz, head scrubwoman of the Youwannit-Wegottit Manufacturing Company CCapital, Sl99,999g assets hard to find, use the back door, pleasej had stopped her work and was leaning over the water fountain to get a drink. Suddenly she uttered a scream of horror. Lying on the floor with a rather blank expression on his face was Adolf Frozenfeatures, millionaire capitalist. Clutched in his hand was ten million dollars in Indian head pennies. fAdolf always insisted on cash. He never liked Czechs.J Recovering her cool poise the scrubwoman skated to the telephone and called the police station, where Inspector Bulldoze Grummond was in charge. He was questioning a brunette, and seemed to be enjoying himself. When he received the phone call, Grummond summoned fit rhymesfj his wide-awake assistant, Sambo jones. As they dashed out the door, Sergeant O'Reilly was running toward them across the street. "Chief," he announced breathlessly, "Senator Cvrunt was stuck up." 711 "What did you do. Grummond demanded. "I ignored the conceited thing." Grummond and Sambo flagged a wagon train and hurried to the scene of the murder. Olivia De Cwlutz was playing ping pong with Tyrone Crumb, attorney for the dead man. Crumb was a smug sort of fellow. looking like a cat that has just swallowed a canary. "There's the body Mr. Grummondf' said Olivia. "It's all covered with blood andf'-fe ," "Don't get icky with a one, two, three," Crummond told her. "What are those things lying around him?" "Oboes," said Lawyer Crumb. "You mean bums?" Page Fiflyaaix "No, oboes, musical instruments. Mr. Frozen- features was an excellent musician." "I suppose he played the cello in six delicious flavors." "No, he didn't know anything about string instruments. He thought a violin was a naughty roadhousef' "Come," said Grummond, "let's vo talk to vu - 5 Mrs. Frozenfeatures. On his wa to the Y widow's penthouse the detective stopped at his barber shop. "Give me a haircut," he ordered. "I'll be back in a couple of hours." Mrs. Frozenfeatures was butchering an o weratic 1- I aria as Bulldoze entered. "Do you sing very much?" he asked. "Oh, just to kill time." "Well, you have a good weapon." She was an interesting woman. Her eyes were dark, render, expressive, but one was missing. She didn't have her face on straight, so when somebody sent her picture to Ripley, he wrote back, "I don't believe it!" One day when she wore a veil, she was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon. "Mrs FI'OZCI1l'.C2lILlI'CS.,, said Bulldoze, "I am investigating the death of your husband." "Oh, is he dead?" she inquired, "I haven't noticed any change." "Yes, he was murdered, and I intend to uumask the hend who rubbed him out. By the way, what is this?" He pointed to a picture of two lovely girls in a towel box. "That's Adolf's own oil painting." "An artist, a musician, and a manufacturer. He certainly was vertasilefversamilef versilf oh, well, let lt go. What else could he do?" KC Fish." Clrlere we go againj. "Am I herring things, or did you say fish?" CKYCSJY I suppose that while he was fishing, he played a tuna upon his oboe." "That joke smelt. Salmon should tap you on the head with a locomotive." "I'll bet you said that on porpoisef' "If you don't stop this, I'll call the carps." "That,s what your husband is-a carps." Grummond sat down to the table and began to figure with pencil and paper. "Do you think I have pretty teeth?" asked the widow. "Don't bother me," said Grummond. "l'm busy." "But don't you think I have pretty teeth?" "Yes, put them back in your mouth. Let me see now. Three times six. Carry the two. Divide by seven. Carry the two back again. Find the square root. Add two egg whites and stir until thick. Eureka, I have it! I know who committed the murder!" Challenge to the reader: Have you solved this bewildering crime? Have you decided who killed Adolf Frozenfeatures? If so, just tear off the top of your neighborhood grocery store, and mail it in with two ten dollar bills, or a reasonably accurate facsimile. If you win, you will be pre- sented with a ticket which will admit you free to all big league baseball games, provided that you are an orphan and are accompanied by your parents. "Did you say that you have solved the crime?" asked Mrs. Frozenfeatures. "Yes, but I must go out to the football stadium to get final proof." CDon't ask me why, folks. I didn't choose these darned pictures.j Grummond hailed a roller coaster and they headed for the football stadum. It was a close game, Sterling was leading Dixon 7,265,931,- Z75,493,893,658,786Lg to 3. The crowd was going wild. Do you drink Chase and Sanborn toothpaste, wrapped in a double layer of cello- phane? "Could I talk to that rough looking cymbalist?" asked Bulldoze of an attendant. "Cymbalist thing in the world," was his reply. Grummond strangled the fellow and went back to Mrs. Frozenfeatures. The latter was very curious at her first football game. "Who are those girls jumping around out there? The one dancing a jig and the other looking so happy?" "Those are cheerleaders." Grummond retorted. L'What is that thing the players are fighting over?" "The ball." "Well, why don't they have one for each side so every one could have a good time without any bloodshed?" Cvrummond wasn't answering. He had sighted his quarry. "Mr, Crumb," he said placing his hand upon the lawyer's shoulder, "I arrest you for the murder of your client." The astounded Crumb collapsed with fright. "How did you know?" he whispered hoarsely. "I thought I had the perfect crime." "Elementary, my dear Watson, my horoscope spilled the beans. Pretty smart, eh, Mrs. Frozen- features?" But that lady had not noticed a thing. She was still engrossed in the game. "Who is that player who just kicked a home run?" she de- manded. "That," said Bulldoze Cvrummond, "is- THE END Page Fifty-sei ri Sh lts A Secret' The rdentrty of Nosey Nellre, nom de plume for the wrrter of the Scrrpt s drrt column has been one of the most perplexrng problems of the entrre year Possrbrlrtres have ranged all the xx ay from a certarn junror grrl xxrth brg brown eyes and a sparklrng personalrty or a certarn senror xx hom xxe are all very well acquarnted to a hefty xoung brurser fresh off the football grrdrron From the sound of omrnous threats that have eome to our ears rt rs evrdently a fine thrng for the gurlty party that he or she has succeeded rn keeprng hrs or her rdentrty a deep, dark secret thus far Strange as rt seems some people are averse to havrng the world know about their prrvate lrves The slrp on the lrbrary desk where students srgn III and out has proved Itself to be a souree of humor There rs a blank where we young scamps are asked to state our reason for comrng to the lrbrary Some of the rather frank ansxx ers rnclude these raretres To sleep To get a date, To gossrp and last but far from least To foo Who was rt who sard that truth rs stranger than Herron? Most people don t know rt but we have rn our mrdst a producrng company whrch threatens to grve Hollywood a good run for rts money Durrng that eprc Growrng Parns, those un quenchables Brxby Gasso and Burden formed a holdrng company under the trtle of Metro Goldwyn Mayer They had thrs eprgram wrrtten on the backs of therr charrs, and rn general made rt clear that they were not to be drsregarded or rgnored It wasn t long untrl the rdea spread and soon many Hollywood celebrrtres had emr grated to S H S Don Fehrenbach turned rn an excellent rmrtatron of Donald Duck Whrle xxe re brrngrng lrttle known into the lrght, xve mrght as well do a thorough Job of rt and clear our conscrences After all, who are xxe to be partrsan7 It seems that a certarn ofhcral on the annual board, to wrt the busrness manager, has a lrttle trouble wrth hrs figures In case you haven t had occasion to measure them the pages rn the annual are ten and a half rnehes long Naturally then Edrtor Andrews xx as somwheat perturbed to drscover that someone had ordered plates Cfrom whrch the pages are prrntedl eleven rnehes long Upon rnvestrgatron rt xx as revealed that sard business manager xxas responsrble havrng ordered the plates eleven rnehes, not lettrng a lrttle matter Page Fzftx e :glut of the pages bernv only ten and a half bother hrm Was somebody s face red, and I do Mean Salm s When Don Fehrenbach saw lit to resrgn as eo edrtor of the Scrrpt, he was roped as crty edrtor protempore In thrs capaerty he was presented wrth a lrst of assrgnments to assrgn Almost rmmedrately he lost rt Edrtor Benters then gave hrm another rncrdentally the only other, and lo and behold he lost thrs one too As a result the assrgnments had to be handed out by memory and rf the above rs any rndrca tron the by memory part drdn t xxork out so xvell Fehrenbach marntarns that thrs rs the frrst mrstake he ever made but tarn t the xx ay we hyard rt' The last senror luncheon evoked more than just what appeared on the surface About the trme the advertrsrng campargn xxas at rts herght a commrttee on publrc welfare consrstrng of Mrsses Hunt and Lovrren made rts rather startlrng appearance They sent a notrce around to all the classes, so rt appeared at least warnrng all potentral customers that the advertrsrng about would undoubtedly be awful and rn general debunkrng the whole affarr Presrdent Fehren bach Cgee, IS that mug ever gettrng around rn thrs columnl attempted to retalrate by sendrng around another note to answer therrs but thrs only made hrm appear more rrdrculous, because rt turned out that the commrttee had sent therr memorandum only to hrs class As usual he got the last word, at least up to publrcatron date, he had the last word He wrote Mrss Hunt a letter commending her fine, publrc sprrrted work rn callrng the peoples attentron to false advertrsrng, and suggested that she turn her efforts to Wheatres because he suspected them of exaggerated advertrsrng Don t people have the most fun of anybody7 From all appearances even those rn charge of thrs rnstrtutron are capable of makrng blunders For rnstance Mr Eades reports that once durrng the World War after he had xxon a track event he was to recerve hrs reward from the Secretary of the Navy Naturally he was resplendent rn full dress unrform, and felt the eyes of the whole populace on hrm as he advanced up the fight of starts to recerve hrs medal He xxas praetreally there vxhen, horror of horrors, he stumbled and fell rrght rn the lap of the Seeretary How s that for a most embarrassrng moment' I n D . . , . . , , . . 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P A v,P-y Mlss l..OVI'lLI1 lllxewlse has 1 true eonfesslon to m Ike While tn the throes of her f1I'SKdI'1V1I1g lessons she, QLIIIC unlntentlonally of eourse IT11SjLlClgCd her dlstanee and backed lnto her landlady s ear, wlth the result that her landlady s l1eense plate was bent Nothlng daunted she LOI'lflI1L1Cd to lnvestlgate the mysterxes of the traveled road Spylng an rnnoeent lUOlC1I1U slde road one farr Sunday afternoon they meamng Mlsses LOVTICII and Turnelll sped along lf j'1LlUfllY Soon lt became so muddy that they could nexther retreat nor advance Comlng to a dead stop on a brldge they paused to conslder the s1tuat1on at hand On one sxde was a stalled truck wh1ch qulte blocked the road the other a sea of mud vxhlch made travellng well nrgh lmposslble After many valn attempts to remedy thelr pred1cament, such as spreadlng the Sunday paper on the road to get traetton they were flnally rescued by a dashing Slr Galahad astrlde a Model T Ford The last report was that M1ss LOVYICU has glven up drlvlng lessons for the moment, and IS coneentratlnv on Golf Miss Eehternaeh was late to elass the other afternoon for the frrst time Ill twenty years O at least that IS her story, and she sticks to lt M1ss Goette, on the other hand hasn t always been so punctual all her l1fe TWICE ln the last two school years she overslept and had to be called at ten mlnutes after elght to get her out of bed Now we won t feel so bad when we come straggllng 1n the portals of this 1nst1 ILIEIOD a wee second after the bell has runff MISS FOTBCS Miss Forbes has dex oted fifty ye rrs of her life to the teachlnv of Lat1n Forty nlne of these have been spent IU Sterllng In 1899 she taught a year IH Buda M1ss Forbes has been Latln rnstructor m Sterlmg Townshlp I-11 h SIHCC IIS bulldxng 1n 1898 Prevlous to that tlme she taught ln the old Central H1.,h School 1-ler parents were both teachers M1ss Forbes was graduated from Prlnceron I-hgh School rn 1888, at wh1ch tlme her father was pr1nc1pal H taught her the flrst Latrn she studlecl She was Graduated from Rockford College, and later at tended the Unlverslty of Il11no1s Although she never received her degree, ln the latest report of the North Central Assoeratlon on secondary sehool and college IHSCTLILYOTS MISS Forbes was llsted as one of the best Latln teachers ID llllnols MISS Forbes IS the last of the or1g1na1 teachers xx ho came to thrs school ln tts first year Sterlmg I-hgh will seem strange xxrthout her She plans to move to Seattle and make her home wlth her SISICI' Page Flfrv nme .' ix .'h'. x I i ' I", x r I 1 1 I '. 1 1 lx' 'A I ' A . x i I 1" h ' . A ' x ' . . ' x . 5 I Y Y ' , 1 . i L , . Q . D D ' ' x 1 I - . ' Dk wk ik ' ze . . . . . , ' V ,on Y . Y , , . r D, . 4" N' V J 1 - x ll U . U D ov , v - ' 3 . 1 I , . IM. .EL .., ' -..J fray .faux 1 , ' l If-V y Q 'Y ' C44 , Q6 Y I 1, K Calendar 4,E,vents SEPTEMBER 5f -Nxfhat, so soon? S. H. S. welcomes the return of former students and lends a hand to perplexed freshmen. SEPTEMBER 6-43 right. IZ left, 56 right . . . locker combinations drive students distracted. SEPTEMBER l6ee-Reform wave hits S. H. S. Richard Covey, ex- convict, impresses everybody with the fact that crime doesn't pay. SEPTEMBER 22-Music lovers thrilled because Mary McCormic chooses S. H. S. for first appearance on concert tour. SEPTEMBER 24W Football season opens with Morrison on the short end of 13 to 0 score fluicturej. SEPTEMBER 27'--'Mosquitoes share picnic with French Club. OCTOBER 1-Farmers strike pay dirt! Sterling's meat and milk judging teams win state championships. OCTOBER 6-Bohemian Glass Blowers stretch a strand of glass all the way around the gym. DCTOBER Sf-Waiiria buy a cake? Seniors inaugurate bake sales. OCTOBER IOSISO students enroll in night school. DCTOBER 13fMrs. Woods speaks on problems of life. GCTOBER 15-Camera fiends start snapping anything and everything. The reason? Annual board announced. CPictureD. OCTQWISER 2-4fHeidelberg singers cause major sensation. CCTOBER 27-Music reigns supreme at S. H. S.-Nelson Eddy Quartet. CCTOBER Z8-Alive Stock Company wows 'em at Hallowe'en Frolic. CPictureD. NOvEMBER 3, 4, 5-There'll come a day of reckoning! Teachers chastised at Teachers' Conference for giving too long assign- ments. NOVEMBER 4-Cheers rock school at mammoth pep meeting before Homecoming. TQOVEMBER 5f-Scrumptuous parade, swell game, dancing, fun, frivolity, in short, HOMECOMINCI Cliaradel. NOVEMBER 16-Hungry luncheoneers partake of first senior lucheong senior treasury replenished. NOX'EMI3ER Z2sl-'ine Arts Trio presents more splendid music. NOVEMBER Z4-gS. H. S. Gridiron Heroes overcome effect of too much turkey to defeat Rock Falls I3 to 8: DECEMBER 1 and 2xSeniors achieve big success with "Growing Pains." DECEMBER 5-Sterling High receives new addition to faculty in person of Mr. "Bud" Terhune. CPictureJ. DECEMBER Sf fNX!ahoo! Chief Eagle Plume captivates audience, to say nothing of Doris David. Ughl DECEMBER 14--Alive Stock Company holds audience spell-bound with re-enactment of Columbus' discovery of America at Christmas Luncheon. DECEMBER ZTW Christmas Dance features sweet syncopation of Dee Palmer. DECEMBER 3OfAspiring young filibusters clash with alumni at annual Debate Banquet. ,IANVARY tif-First Basketball Dance-f success and how! JANUARY 13 and I9 ffWhat goes here? Lawton McCandless studies for exams! ipictureh. Pt1geSixtx For 1938-39 JANVARY 2Off'Attention Please! Calling all students! Loud-speaker system installed temporarily. JANUARY 27gBattle of words at Wheaton Debate Tournament. Sterling debaters come home with tie for third place. JANUARY 3lfScience Club presents Paul Louis Piret, noted bac- teriologist. FEIIRLARY 3 and 4fS. H. S. Discoursers tie for fourth place at Augustana Debate Tournament. FEIIRLARY 3'fSterling amateurs provide entertainment of an unusual nature at third senior luncheon. FEIIRLARY 9 and lOfBreathing spell-Teachers' Institute at Morri- son. FEBRUARY 9, IO and 11-Debaters receive certincate of superiority at Coe College Debate Tournament. FEIIRUARY llfWe cannot tell a lie-the Cherry Tree Twirl was a grand success. FEIIRLARY 15-This age of miraclesflast day Mrs. Marsh's old car was seen on the campus. She showed up next day with a new 1939 Nash. fpicturel. FEIIRVARY l5ffTsch, tschwour worthy athletic coach, Mr. Scheid, fans with bases loaded in co-recreational gym class. FEIIRLIARY 20-Soph Girls annihilate frosh basketball team fifty to four. QPicturej. MARCH 1, 2, 3 and 4+Sterling basketeers achieve second place in Regional Basketball Tournament, Dixon. MARCH 8, 9, IO and 11-Sterling eliminated at Sectional Basketball Tournament by Moline. MARCH ll-fConference Debate Tournament, Naperville-f Sterling brings home the bacon in the form of second place. MARCH 13fMiss Forbes misses the first day of school because of illness in ten years. Don't we wish we were healthy! Cpicturel. MARCH l4fBob Elson proves a vivid speaker at "S" Club Banquet. MARCH I3 and 25-Sterling walks away with the District Musical Contest. CPictureJ. MARCH 29-Everybody gets insulted no end at the "Hurt-Youn Feelings" Luncheon. MARCH ZZfThe truth will out! G. A. A. initiation provides boy friends with the opportunity to behold their heart throbs minus curls and make-up MARCH 23kDr. Carlton Palmer lectures again on "The Joy of Painting." APRIL l-9flt hardly seem possible. Spring vacation and the last frenzied rush to get the annual out on time. APRIL 13-Seniors get an intimate glimpse of various life occupa- tions at Bradley Polytechnic Convention. APRIL 15-All annual subscribers guests of annual board and senior class at Blue and Cold Dance. APRIL 14 and l5fDistrict Debate Tournament at DeKalb. APRIL 21 f The Cay 90's Revue lays them in the aisles at the new and novel Fun Festival. MAY I3--Junior-Senior Prom culminates social activities. .ILNE 4-Baccalaureate services for graduating class. JVNE 7 and 8-Final Examssseniors sobered by the thought it will be the last time. jI'NE 9f'Craduation for the class of '39, and farewell forever to grand old S. H. S. ipicturel. Prlift' SLNIN-llYlr.' The -ix oy and XPP? f QED NC f Af? PM el F' fi KVM VMC V X Q L3 QC Q E4 I, f Y fy X XID elk , I F0 X' T , 'Q Q 3 g w , XJ gli! X 63 x , F23 Z I X ,IX VJ K X I NA.. Mx! LA QE f X, XJ f 5 F7 4 14 0' Q96 uf YR Xi-.xfigffi X tn Athletic Life For the Xliss lurm-ll interest among Ci. A. A. memhers was stimu- liited hv the formation of a howling cluh, an archerv group, and neighhorhood hasehall teams in addition to last vear's activities. For the iirst time in the historv of Ci. A. A. freshman and sophomore girls helong to the organization, and hesides receiving henefits them- selves thev have contrihuted a great deal of pep and enthusiasm to the cluh. A point system has heen inaugurated hv means of which a girl may wih an award each year hy earning 500 points. The highest award or shield is to he given only to seniors who have earned U00 points. Activities are divided into four different groups: organized sports: vollev hall, hasltethall. hasehall. howling and archervg individual sports: hiking, hiking, roller-skating, tennis, golf, had- minton, aerial darts, ice skating. sliding and G. A. A. ow 1 I.-lrna lsintllu-rr. .lulia llvifla. lie-len Dini-in-l. l-Qzlf-t-n tkirrlgzm. l':itrii- llt-lvn Shaw. lit-'rv Ui-lker. lfllen .lane NY:illi1-li. llonzt-Ha f'lf-mann Row 2 Nlairjorie-live-rf':1-li, .luanita Nlkotlyatlt. Mary if Xlulrmw. Doris Klarif 41-Htl. .Xmlrea farmer. Klary .Xlyr-t' liutrerlivltl. lborotlnv l'4-arson, Xlarlzimi liiri-ll. fit-rtrmle lfint-. lmrrziim- .lan G... tahle tennis, achievement tests in different organ- ized sports, and G. A. A. functions. The social season started with a hig and little sister party, at which each senior was given a freshman girl to introduce to other memhers, to help with any prohlem, and to make her feel as it' she had a part in school activities. Following the final game in the hasltethall tournament a pot-luclc supper was held in the gvm for all teams. lnitiation of new memhers was conducted in March, and climaxing a day of comic dress and hairdo there was the in- spiring formal initiation in the evening. After the formality there was a special session of chastisement for those who hrolte rules during the dav. Helen Kelsey served as general chairman and toastmistress of the annual spring hanquet held at the Lincoln Tavern, May lf. ri llrlni-4-. Nina Pollfw-lt. .lztnfit C ross. Xnnalmelle Sit-renherg, Xlarjorie llllI'l!'se. Row 3 Juni- lit-ll. lfltllt' liusllinan. lieverly Blllllknll. liutli NYriglut, Pmvvrly .Xmlc-rson. l,:iYnnnP N11-Neil, flllilflirlll' Furl. Ze-lrna Zlglt-r, Harriet llitlilings. Luis Walters. .laner Ulingf-r. I.4-una Drury. liurotllea xlilllllflll. Row 4 ,limp Hlson, Hr-tty 'l'ruvrlson. Lillian liffrnsvslin. lfraiit-t-s Nlarsli. l,ois liryzmt. llotty Darnell, .ltr-all lit-ally, .lf-ai: lloillnan. Dorothy .Xnn Lewis, Betty liivlts. .lean ll:1xis,.l:xm-t Va-sells, ll-iris -Xlxt-l Row 5 Xlarian Ut-llwr. lie-it-v llaali. .Xllene Srnoot. liflitli Vaissviis. lmulsv lit-wk, lilllll lleileiller. lllryw Ile-sinonil, lflvla llraxis. Xirgiuicx Heels. lforotln .lansse-li. .loan Killian. llc-rtx .lolunson .lt-:iniiral1'11n Yivi' '1 R an XX ills' Row 6 Iipyrp Xwvcp, Marjorie- Ising:-, fleiraltline Shore. lflula liolvlyixisallvlvli l'ropli4-tw. .lane Sluzillvr. lfe-ru Xmlams, ' ' an l'lein r ln lutn Xl t len fn lMrtl:1 l.uliln-n. Lois l'1sf'l1. l'r:int-f-s Xuflersf . '. : o .g to es . 'i .: lyilllt' Yzxrxfluio QUHKCFS are: Lanira Bendewald President Helen Kelsey lviee President and Social Chuirrmzn Mary Wilberrm Secretary and Publicity Manager Marjorie john Treasurer Managers are: Annamae Hussung Vulleylulll Elaine Dewey Marian Kline Rose Daultun Gloria Brian Leta Houseman Ruth Walker Helen Mangan G. A. BLlSkL'fl74lll Tennis Iizselmll Golf A rc ll ery lmluur Imlirirlruzl Sports Ulltrlnm' Imlirirlurll Sfwrtv Row l lievvy Nl:-Nimrlx, Nlary liutln Sears, Yinlzn Nc-me-r, Xlyrtlc Fritz, Imlnrox Klliillll, llelf-n Nlanuun I nnll HPll1l9V!'2llll, Klil1lr01lUttPn, Xlurizxn .Xll:xlm11g:ll, Hs-lf-n Hruwn, lievorly Sitter, l.enl:r llllnxlvf-rm-r. Row 2 Henrietta Stnrenlwru. Nunn Hlinu:-r, Bzxrlmru lflinn. Vlmrlwvlvv Chu-iz. Rnlh Wm-lr-rn, 124-rtrnlle I ll ' ' ' 'ruin llwri llnir l ' ' " ' ' ' ' X1-rw liurker llurx- Br: ' . . . . . I x . l. H.ll'1l1llllQ' lzulrlen, Xlrglnm I nnrml, He-lx':1 l'.lwr'x-ll:-. llnvll W all nr ROW 3 .Ruth Swulnun, lmih Swlnlu-lor. Xlz-Illia Xvirzkm-. Maury Xnrlrc-xv. I.:-1:1 ll-xnxl-xn:xl1. l4:lrl::nr:n Sllnllu Hulll liulnnsnrl, f'l:Ar:x Rr-1-ll, Kxlllnryn Wnllvr. livzxvrlfral f'fmnr:l4lv. II:-Ion lie-les-X, l'fl:xinf- X11-1-nffn. lla 51:11 I4 lu I.uu:nne Allen. Row 4--Fern Shuntz, :Xnitu Hinz, Selma Hnwnng. .Inno lfrgxinue-r. Na-uni Iicnlerf. I-.illiun Hauler. Joanne- lmngh, Mary fflruro Heaton, Marian lien-nn, Mary .Xnna Tnrnrnrln. Ifnrlu Wilur-r. I-Ilznnn Iloxxm linux lfuulkner. Row 5- jlinse Dullltun. Yirgliniu l'nw1-ll..l1-:ln.X4l:uns, XIz1rySln-fiill, livlnwv-:u llinz, XI:lr'jnri1-.lnlulu. l"r:ll1f'cwf l rn lrllllllll Hoover. xlilfy .Xnnu llxxlnnmllnnn, lic-Hy Hmm-lx. Ill-lon lllnln. .lnnv lic-lui-r, Xlu-l':r 111111114-Wt, X14 Rurirfk, Dorn! lay Nleliee Row 6 --Vllarlrntte Fnpp, Margaret NYlriIn, Xrnxarnae Hu-anna. Yr-rnir-e linvmlnx. lflwrf-In-Q Xl:-rrix. Ye-rle Yznr rr l-Ive-lyn Shaihle, lie-rnmline Allen. Ilwnuu Hanfen, linllnnur- Heller. llarlr-vn Wei-er. I-llxzaln-Il' Hltmzmx, IS: xr-rlx Yzmllellark, .lar-queline Yertrf-ex. .lf-:nn Maier. Row 7 Joy:-e Vlarle. Xnline Stntzlw, Harrint Kirld, l':a1ri:-1:1 Hollrc-n-, I,nrr:nnr- XX-lit, .Xrle-ne lxure-l. Ilarlenr- Xlrlrl ln Ruth SIIIUITPX, Xlury YYillrern, l,nr'ille Hurr, Mary .lzuw XYwlf. .ls-:ln lienm-ir. Ilnrlx lflnvlx, llvlc-n My l'r1geY:xrx-fire Baslcetball Champions Y SOPHOMORE GIRLS' BASKETBALL Row 1 .Xliwe Burns, Gertrude Fine, l.orr:1iiie.l:uwsf-ii. Row 2 Lois YY:1lters, Doris Welker, Janet Kllinger. Row 3 - Marjorie Hurless, Mary ff .Xnrlrewa l-Iileen Forrigan, He-len llimonwl. Ten weeks of diligent practice preceded the opening of the G. A. A. Basketball Tourna- ment. Elaine Dewey, manager of G. A. A. basketball, planned a weekly schedule of practice at which the members of the four respective teams were chosen. Team captains were elected at the first practice as follows: freshmen, Betty Neeseg sophomores, Gertrude Fineg juniors, Mary Wilbertig seniors, Lanita Bendewald. At the close of ten weeks' practice, A and B teams were selected by their coaches and captains. Barbara Shaffer coached the freshmen, Elaine Dewey, the sophomores, while the juniors and seniors coached themselves Linder the able guidance of Miss Turnell. Page Sixty-six The first game of the round robin tournament was held February ZO. One week later the sophomores defeated the over-coniident juniors. However, due to the flu, the tournament was postponed, resumed on March first when the seniors defeated the freshmen 40-19. At the close of the tournament, the soph A team reigned triumphant, the seniors having dropped one game to them. The B junior team captured the B tournament. Immediately after the last game, a pot-luck supper was enjoyed by all girls who had gone out for basketball. In token of Miss Turnell's efforts, the girls presented her with a gift at the banquet. Elaine Dewey and Barbara Shaffer also received gifts f - . , - . . .rom the girls that they coached. H - - S e n i o r H i - Y Lyle Hall Pwxidciit Irvin NX'olf Yiuu Iauxitlcvit Ray Pettit 5cuv't'ttz1'3' Cliarlcs Mason T7'L'4l.9ll7'L'T L 'li lv 5 , , 'lu Jur Uh " FumlC,lul1T1r1c1i Charles Gasso ' Mr. Small M r. Rolwlwins l . ,- Atl1'1sc1's SENIOR HI-Y wl l.ylv fleeting. Holm:-rt Su-r, Rohr-rt .Xrlamx linln-ri Vxtxfrlri lyi-k, XY:irl lllllon, Nlr. Small. Nlr NY1I4-vw. .Xllml-rt Xlzwliluwsl-q'. W 2 l,orr-n.Xi11lreaN.5lr Rolwluiiix. Irwin Wolf. linlwrt lflvlilx. llvan fir-or, lfolwri lfzixlcly. Vliarlr-X flawu, Hr. Pylex. lfligvm- Long W 3 l.auII+n Nl1'f'1i!irll0w.Jzlllm- lt:iy1kirl.fivoruf- lliiln-r. Sanforil Xliivlu-lf.f'll:1l'l4-xiilfyvr. .lar-li liixluy. l'ln:irlz-N Xlawvii. Xlvlvin S1-lull-lv, Hola-rt .loin-x w 4 Lyla- Hall. .laint-'N NYip111iuN. .Iawk ,llirlxr-in-, Wayne- I'illmaltr-r. l':1'll ll:ur-lmvm. lfolwri f'firriu:in Rolf:-rt l.x1Nvr-ii, I-Itlmml 114-hhar-ll. Xlr Young. Hsu I'4-wir Junior Hi-Y Clair llooli Dick Rolircr Leland Davi Neal Foultls S Prusitlunt Yicc 1711-xitlurit Safran: Tw- Trail mrur Frmtl Clitzirnuui Patil Young Pwgmrn Cflmirnirm Mr. lirantlau Robert jurlccns 1 . ,' Atl1'1sm'S llzqu QAKIN-Nt'1L'Yl Rural Hi-Y Harold Krcidcr, Prwitlunt Arthur Koster Yicu President Clarclicc Strock Sccrutrzry-Trurlsurm' Mr. Twartlock Atlriscr RURAL Hr-Y f'l'irf-mv Imrh-ii. .li-:tn Knox ROW 2 IU-ill: Slmili. Nayriv l'l'im-wlr'.f'lx-. Hrxillz- Walls-. llarxugx NI- l'all-. Kc-nm-ll: llarm-, .la---in lloiultllux Row 3 Harolfl l.aii1li-. liarl XK':nixnl1. .lziim--l'o:x!-. Xrtliur lQoxi1fl'..l:illu4 NYinlt, Kvinm-'lu lmliu. llarol-l Kiw-illvl' Prir-P Firm-lx. ltolu-rt llultf. XII' Yoliing. JUNIOR HI-Y ROW I llwlwrt lfshlnlltirwliin-r, li-:ln-rt lirit-va-r. H4-orurf Hur-ll. Nlr Pyle--. Xlr lirwrillaii. Xlr. lv-rms. Waylil Slltfr'v,lJ.1-lt Smith Row 2 lboririlll lfilorx. f'Igin-wp Simirlv, lls-rlvf-ri Vzxrllwu. 171-Nr-rv 1.4-maril. Kurt flrailmm, William Wfmlriris. .lwlnn firitlivli, liii-lnartl Iirviixxr-ix:-r Y H I ROW 3 Robert f'arlVwn. Iii:-lzarrl lflliwli. liffualtl .lo!mNoii, llarvefy Iii-vr, Ilnnalul lxyiwr. William lffllfj fieralll liellefr. Neil l'vi4-ltr-Vi ROW 4 Wiilliain llagliinvl, .Iolxn llllIlwlN'l'Hf'F. vlairmx Sf-loin f-r. Neal liovililx f'I:iir linok, Ulf-k liollrt-r. I.:-lanll 1 lJ:1x'iN,.I:nuex Hair-N. laul Younu. Row 1 llale' Xlii-wllmxin. rlarmf- Ile-:lily Xlr 'lixxzxrtlow-L. Nlr l',x'lf-N ROW 4 fiwlrul- li:-:tm-l. lliwlx Vzirlllwx, 'l'lm1n:n- Vmiix. l"y'1--l liraiif-r. I'l:u 1 C Skin W fx n 51" . 5 I -.L X i Ngo oh TQ? o Pep Club s Kxyg, A , , - .- 'i5'x 5 1 5-.5 xq. 'g X x . s, 5- o,at,k X'lM Q c ect .454 qv. cu.-. N I ya LANLAIQ Swsx N I fffgfaffod 315 x Q XL' X xg ' Y! K xi-" ' 'fl 'll 5 V L SJ UQ mb' , J f L' , X PEP CLUB l W ,UQ Q: f Row lfeC'harles Mason, Robert Fields, Viola Nester, Helen Myers. l.era llunseinan, .lune lfrysinger, Naomi llenters. Miss Turnell, Harlan Iialston. .lohn iirillith. Arwlen Ilaehler Row 2-r Thornas Coats, liarhara lflinn, Ruth ,Xnn Caxstetulvvk Ruth W lm ' ' h , e n, C llurloite fmevz. Nlary V Xrinlrr-ns. Ruth Sangre-y. Beverly Yzirillt-Nlaxrk. I-Illen .lane Wallii-k, ,lm-qneline Yerlrees, lam-ir-ia lie-lm-ns, ROW 3 l.eoru .lm-ulws, Klurjorie liurirfk, .lunniiai llhrulyntr, .Ianni-I Vzisaelis lern Nlu nl Ruth N xllfl llnlrn Kel l'l ine Ilene lin h 'ily 4- Row 4 I, stay, 3:1 ' X. if lu ine n. Yivinn Wulf. N Nlarian Welker, Nlary fue flill. l,eol:x llunslwrger, .lr-an llullman, ll:-le-i1Slnau, llnrorlu-:n Xlrvllllnll. l':nlrim:r rinve. Helen llinmnrl. lleraldine Shore. Ruth Suanson Xlariann liirf-h , Row Sf-Gloria Waiters, Dorotliy leurwn. Ilarleen Weber. 'Hefty Darnell. l.euna llrnry. lfileen fkurrigrxn. liar-la laihhen. .lane Slxatier, lilrla liolvhins. llzxrnlcline Fznlrlen. . cn-IEE R The cheer leaders under the leadership of President Nadini Benters followed a' full and varied program, of peppy activities during the vear. 'r Q , ' Virginia Miller, Naomi Benters, June Fr-ysinger, l.eta l-louseinan, ,Viola Nester,,l'lelen Myers, Hat: riet Kidd, and Boh Fields led the 'school in organ- izing a gala Homecoming parade, which was a great success andone of the hig events of the year. CHEER LEADERS iolu Xester. Robert Fields. l.et:i PdQUSiXty,Ufgl1t Housenmn, Harriet liirlrl, llelen ' ' Myers. , . .v, V We rw W if . Zia A Pep Club was organized early in the year, hut clue to the newness of the undertaking it -. ,,v- - .- .. LEADERS r was unable to function as a groupg enthusiasm i'or'this type of activity was shown by the inf creased volume of the cheers' in which all par' K ticipated. The organization was led hy l.eta Houseman. Miss Turnell is thie adviser for the groups. , 'amni Renters. June lfrysinuer, H I 4 I Virginia Nliller. Xrrgnnzx Xliller Xi ,': onli lienu-rs .lnne lfrvsillger n MLC Club for Approxunately forty slx members partlelpate III the attlvltles of th1s club The only I'CqLllI'C ment for membershlp ID the elub IS that a boy as won any letter, elther major or TUIHOI, 1 any one of the followlng sports football basket ball traek, golf tennls or tross tountry Among the att1v1t1es of the club IS Home LOIHIHU held November 5 whlth the G A A 'md S Club cooperatlvely sponsor The tlub suctessfully sponsored thelr annual banquet March 14 at the Collseum at wh1th all letter winners Bob Elson well known radio annountu spoke '1 d to whlch the publle was 1nv1ted Over five hundred people were present Inltlatlon of new members took plate late rn the sprlng, as dld 1 dante xx hlth they sponsored as '1 monev malung projett Irvln Wolf Lawto Preszden andless Vztt Prcsfdtnt Edw ard Gebhardt Setrttu ry Treasurer S CLUB Row 1 Irun Vlnlf Duck Nrhumlker I xrl lion ml R05 ll Iireel Robert NI Ijlbllllll I k Iurkens l ln lt I hmlt Ixexth llexlev Nurmzn Iiufpott w 2 Duk xlllltll Xlelun Betts Ioren Xnmlrels X r 11 X r Irint Ill r Nr 1 lt XI Terhune Nhelden Boehm Irum Ridge Row 3 Harold IRUIIIS Ltlwflrd knight Bull Smith Robert P Nlcfandress Nlarsm Prey Ixle Hall Row 4 Dough Ianssen Robert lqsl Broun Rm Pettit Rel ow 5 Rt! ur Book Flxsm Duhm I u why Dmxlcl Ford Dr n Ielxrenhull Donllrl C hur l I1 rehner Robert Wolf I lrl llruggemln VI Ilxun Wnotlw xtt Robert K lesser I 1 I es leur 0 Ii sl"' J I I WA, 2 'Lx I I I I . . i . . . . . . 4 C n . . 1 K . . X . h ' 1 ' ' ' 'n . . . 1 . i Q i I . 1 I . ' K ' V . ' 1 ' I 1 1 ' 1 V- - Q Q . . . . L 1 A . axon - . I . l -- - I I 1 . , - V N 1 Y f W - I I, 1 Q , I rt H ' ' , Cv- 1 ' , C: ': , '1 1 , . 4' 1 , . zu-' . ' .', 'Il 'am Io :- Ro We W ' r' ' , . I " X :I , A . zu, .I . Sn : ll, .I . 5: lx , Xl . r' ll e' l, . r. Ilrrogeveell, NIV. f , ' , ' 'C ' ' , ' Q' ' , ropheter, Cla' ', 2 " , ,z vtrvn v ,- - , . f fs .' .. , C.. ey, Jack Bi. j, 4 z , J 4' . z ' , 1 ' 4- n, mule- N. T ' . gl' ' , Hert Felrlki , ' , C: H 2 . T .1 ,, N R f wmert Slmffer, 'i 4: ' Q: , lr' , .in .on 9, I 2, llnll. X N - A.- q 'x A sf 3- ' A X ,V ' I . jr., . NGN. ' ' X 5 x t ' '- 4 ' I V. 1 ' .f 1 1, y I or at , - RT R . sql NI ' 1 I - ,v f ' 1 . 1 l 0 ' J' x ' -e -l I ' , J' Ds U .J X Q , r , - I . I K X I I I xx ., ,NX . ' x ' U X 1 TJ 'N ' I Xu . lr! I ,, X, .Z ," Y N14 l ' I l - X N tx I . 5 ' . .X Q, X . I' a l 4 X 5. 1 Page Sixty-nina Golf ancl Tennis Enthusiasts GOLF ow 1 l':xul llulwlmrvl, l.:mtou XI:-Vznrullt-ss, .lohn Powell. l.yle- Swurtlf-5. lfrut-sl llulvlmi-1 ilu l sl ow 2 Paul .lulmsun. Nlzuirif-0 Stone. C'o1u'l1 llnuueveen, Furl lirr-ner. Vluxvuu T: Or, I1 'L lkilmlkirvliiier TENNIS Row l lli-riu'uu Nwliiyivi-ill-lulsli, .luivu-- lluultiu. l.ylt- liet-ting. William llzluluufl. llvv-lx Sunil' ROW 2 llolvt-rv .louiw liolmrt l5l'Illll'j, Xtrrlwli l"ryv, l':1ul l'u4'ltt-rt, lioln-rl Tluuuris. .lm-lt liixlu. lil-lu-ri Sluzutll-r, llvrlvi-rr Vxerlloli. - - Row 3 lm- ,lt-nltvus liouultl lluult. lfluiu llulilu. .luines Slwvlt-X, Walter Vussiu Nm Xlivv-hell l':iul llzirsliiuun. I-.luui llxisxlt. 1 :mvlu Iiraumluu. lltiut Stttmtx Golf l.ast spring the golf squad, coached hy Mr. Hoogeveen, was composed of Ernie Huhhart, Lawton McCandless, Paul l-luhhard, and Alohn Powell. l-luhhart and lVicCandless were the outstanding players. The team toolt part in the Rochelle conference, placing second. They also attended the State District Tour- nament at lvioline. competing with Five other squads. Tennis Mr. Brandatfs tennis squad, com- posed of Puckett. Frye, Csingleslg Bixhy, Shaffer, Bentley and Thomas ldouhles J, for the second year placed first in the conference meet. The results of the season's matches were as follows: Wfon Lost Morrison Clinton Dixon Princeton The squad won at the district meet at Princeton. Puckett went to state, where he won his First match and lost his second. - .t r ,. J , r rl' I I. N VARSITY FOOTBALL Row 1 liulmrt l'i:1J1'5'. Rnlwrt l'rnpli1-te-r. Nl:-lvin lil-th. Lyle- Hull, YYilli:un llvttnmn. l'1:1rl lluwnrtl, .lim lirrmn, lin: ltnf llllrrt ifr ll ax lie lx liill 'nmitll Uni Vrnlltl . .u-N, H- s-, .E -.-, 5 . 1 v . Row 2 Irvin lYfxlf. llvvlnglrix Jrlnwvn. Hula!-rt f'ui'ri11:u1, l,llNYY1bIl Nlv'f':ln'llf'sQ, lfwlwnril Hvlrlmrrlt. lit-ith llvulvy, . lY:urr0n livitzol. .lulln lfrvy, Vluirllw Gunn, Ilrnnglux Vu-senx, liriluert l.ulvlsr-n. Xrlruntl liuulrl, .lnwli Jurliens. Row 3 f.lulin I'l:1tt. Ilnnnltl Vlitirwli, .lnlin Wumlyzitt, .Iulin Q. Arlzuns, Dir-k Sr-lnnnukf-r. Lure-n Xnrlreus, Otis f l Pennington, Rf-lmrt Grirssor. flmmrglc- Buell, Vlziir Iirmk, Iitlwnrrl Knight, lirwin llitluo, XY:nynf- lfltlrefl, f'mu'l1 I, 1 lirunflzsi Row 4 f'4mr'li Si-lmivl. llnurgp Ifpmivk, .lzlv-k I'hQ-IIN, .lnvk llunlnlf, liill f'ruwl0y, .lulin Xtlnlnx. lY:ivl10 Xn4Ir9'le, llzly l't"!IiV,.l0l1ll Rpiulf-. llivlx liulurf-r, lflwin llnllni. -lfbllll Drury, Uun:1l4l Kvuvr, l':uil4lx'0rl1v1la0r, llilflltqy Zizlffr, I.1-o.Irnkinf, lifrnnlrl llnnlx. lhvln-rt Vluilipw, tltvlrn Griflitll, Nlzlrvin lfrvy, Nurlnxln llngult. M t 4. ,M .- 1 .ft I Blmnd Golcl wafiiors on paracl Pug' Yuiurilx-tuiu FRESHMAN FOOTBALL ROW 1 lin-N1-ll liznlml-l, lrxliv Nc-rn. lfwlxxin lirfmiw. liulmrt llrfy. ,Xrtlvn lluolilvr. William Xl:-Yint-li. 'lrxillv llnnx- R in-ruor, Ilfmzxlvl Cmirf. Ri:-lxurtl lirffitwei-rr. ow 2 Wayne Frierlrir-lie, Drvnalnl Truevlfi-n. Xlilfwrnl Slnnnzin, liulvert XVt,mly:xtv. Hurry XYtm4lyutv, Imran Wm-kesxer, Hzarultl Spine. .lay XYull:u'e. Hzirvey liixer, Row 3 DHYG-re Lefmnzirzl. Nrvrvul Ziuler. Robert llnlif. .lulin Ri:-lmrlx John Gnnlfl, Flmrlox XYikr-r. liztyiiwrul Xlvllutt, .xffllllf Wviltlnnln, f'n:i1-li llmigpvooii, Row 4 Janne, lmiiefnril. Neil lnivketr, .lnlmn llnnxlwrum-r. lfrzink Ciuxiorrc-z. .Iwlm Sr'l1e:nf-m:tn. Vlinrlw Mille-r. I-lanrl Yrl n llunill Th me- lime li l'nrl Wit n lt nill K1 rr A -W, 11 U ,.f . 1.11-,Q :N., U11 ix:- , J J " . I . , J Football The 1938 football season was opened Saturday. September 24, on the new S. l-l. S. gridiron with a 13 to O victory over the powerful Morrison eleven. ln spite of a great disadvantage in weight, the Blue and Gold warriors outcharged and outplayed the "Hub City" squad throughout the entire game and as a result came out the victors. The result of the second encounter of the season on the S. H. S. schedule was a crushing 18 to O score over Savanna. The superiority of a small, hard-driving team over a larger and less aggressive opponent was again proved in this game. The Sterling eleven failed to click October 7. and met their first defeat of the season at the hands of Community. The final score was T to 6. The next Saturday, the locals were once more in stride and DeKalb was the victim of a 7 to O score. The visitors were large and were favored to win but the aggressiveness of Sterling proved to be too much for them. Mendota trounced the Blue and Gold on the twenty-second with their rolling powerhouse and scored 19 points to Sterling's O. Belvidere ruined all hopes for a Conference championship by winning 12 to 6 on November FOOTBALL ROW l lftlwnrnl llclvllalrclt. Hoy lievli, llouglxis C':ustu ROW 2 -Lyle llull. .Xrlunnl Goulrl, .lim llrown. Row 3 .lm-k .lurks-ns, Melvin Betts, lic-itll lloule-5' Row 4 lizirl llowrlrll, lirwin lihlge, Row 5 licitli llezxley, Flizirles Uzlsso, Irvin Wolf, l-lwluurnl livbluircll Brandau Page Security'-ttum - - Football 5. At the half it looked like a victory for Sterling hut Belvidere came hack with the aid of their "rahhit," Reiman, to tally two scores. Armistice Day was the date of another of those Sterling-Dixon uhattles royal." The locals started out in a great manner and all through the first half made the "Champs" feel helpless. They were unable to keep this killing pace, however, and the Purple and White pushed over two scores and an extra point for a final score of 13 to O. The Sterling eleven trounced Rock Falls in the Thanksgiving game. The silver foothall trophy presented annually to the victor in this game by the Twin City Chamber of Commerce was brought here to remain permanently in our trophy case. Sept. Z4-Morrison O ,o,,o, Sterling ,,,,o, here Oct. 1-Savanna O ,, Sterling .v,,,, here Oct. 7fCommunity 7.. Sterling ,there Oct. 15-Delfalh O , Sterling here Oct. 22-Mendota 19 Sterling there Nov. 5-Belvidere 12 Sterling here Nov. 11-Dixon 13 .... Sterling there Nov. 24-Rock Falls 7.. . Sterling ,,,,,, here Won Lost Total Points Opponents' Points 4 4 63 58 FOOTBALL Row 1 Ilnlvvrt Uri:-ssl-r, .lim .lone-s. llolmr! l.ulnln-ll Row 2 NY:irrc-n lleitzel. Robert Fnrrigaxn. Laniton Bl:-Vaimllvss Row 3 Douglas Jxinssen, Donulrl Gnulul. .lulm lfrr-5' Row 4 Fharles Hman, xvillllllll Dettmain, Row 5 Irvin Wulf. Row 6 fflieith llmiley, Irvin lVulf, Warren lit-itzel, Charles Hassan. lirlwzirrl liehlmrmlt, Scheid Pa gt' Sv."l.'U1lfy'l lirut Basketball Review lntra-City Champ VARSITY BASKETBALL owl 1 1X tom Xlr 15 r11 Reg1ona1 Tournament Nterluw 111111 Ashton as oppo11e11tb 111 1111 xutorx 39 73 C111r11s G15511 11111 Bob Corn H1111 11111 were mo x 111111116 bLl1WSf11'L1ft,S sup ported the 111111 xx11L11exLr 111115s1rx 111111 were 1 111111 l1k11XL1 to 1111111 8111111111 1111s 111 1 1ole Stu 111-1 1xo11 111 11111111111 ox1rt1111e 1111111 from Stax 1111 111 1 more of 3 31 111111 111111 to 11 1111111s 11-1111151 D1xo11 P111 mx 1 I1 the f11111s St1r11111' just 11111111111 Lo1111L1t angle, 5111111111 took 1 ff1l1X11l1I1Ll 413 20 1314111111 seeond 111 the Rw1o11111 To11r111111111t q11.11161d Qterllrw for the 311111111511 If 1V1o1111e xx here Erxxm 1 11 plaxed 1 11111 111 1115111 g.1111e '11 1111111 B111 8111111151 got st.1gef11H11t 111111 were 111.1e11te11 o11 M111111 S hx 1 wore of 31 19 Thu tmed to 1111111 1'53L1x III 1111 se1o1111 11111 1'5L1f 1111111111 t I11xL 1V1o1111e s lead R 1111111-rr 1Yo11. 1TX11l Wolf, 11111111 111-:111-5, V111 r11-1 41:1Qa11. 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L1' , ,M ' V,1l ok Q- . 3, . .. tl, K x xi, Z Q 1 2,i A 1 - 1 - ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 M - -1 - - . . gp N111 -7 7117 Basketball Review The 1938 1939 Blue and Gold Cavers had a successful season consrderlng the materlal Coach Brandau had to work w1th and the many xx orthy opponents Txxo letter men returned from last year and the squad xx as composed of IIICY perlenced sophomores who were capable of learnmv qurckly and turned rn a good record Aftcr two weeks of practlce Sterllng journeyed to Cllnton on December 9 and after a poo ly played but hard fought game eked out a 17 15 vrctory john Woodyatt center sax ed the game mth h1s unrque p1x ot shots Cn December 16 Sterllnf defeatcd Drcgon 16 15 ln another hard fought game Captaln lrxre Wolf at foryxard led hrs teammates on to defeat COHIHIIIDICY rn an over tlme game 33 32 Cn December 20 Captain Wolf held hrs team together under pressure and continued to do so throughout the season The team traveled to Dlxon for thelr first conference game on December ZZ Sterllng just couldn t functlon properly and came home wlth the short end of the score 40 Z1 Sterlrng de fcated thelr r1x als from across the r1xer Rock Falls 32 20 1n a llstless game on anuary 3 xxlth Bob Grlesser playlng a remarkable game at guard Mendota came to Sterllng anuary 6 xxlrh a SLITDTISQ team and defeated the locals 2014 111 1 game xxhere there xxas not much scoring done The folloxx mg Tuesday anuary 10 Sterllnv agarn trlmmed COHIHILIDIKY Z9 Z0 Cn anuary 13 Sterllng traxeled to DeKalb to w1n thclr first conference game Z1 14 and on anuarx 20 chalked up another xrctory by de featlng Morrison 3931 Belxldere came to Sterlrng january 21 and the tvxo teams played a close game untll the second half and then Belxldere took the lead and stayed there xxlth the flnal score 2517 Bobby Wolf thc spark Lettermen BASKETBALL INDIVIDUALS n XX Prt Y err I Ii lert rms r Ixenll Ile tlex Pay, Su. Ultx fu w . . ' D D . X . W . . . i Y T , Y . ' U Y 1 V. . . . Y i ' v I Y 3 N' 4 A 1 F, a . 71 '. 1 7 x , 1 lc , - . . v 1 . A ' . . . , . . H . . Y . 7 ' . J Q V - . 1 . T . L K 1 'K T ' ' 1 . " . , J. . 1 5 ' v 1n a thrlllrng game. A 7 1 . J if x 1' 1 - 1 I . - Y l ' ' A s A ' 1rx'i 'JH nm, xwrlf 1 ' ' y 1 'M ' Hob gmrriuzxlx Fllzlrles flilsrvr or 1 ' .NS I V 3 Q , X . rcffw 4'-.- Ro Lettermen BASKETBALL INDIVIDUALS lfruin liitlize .lulm Ivliflfiyilll .lznues Broun Iilxsiu Duluu Baslcetball Review plug ofthe team, played headup basketball at a forward position and will be a great help in future years. The powerful Dixon quintet came to Sterling February 3, and Sterling reaped sweet revenge by triumphing over them 27-23. Un February S, Sterling toolt an easy victory over Rock Falls, by a score of 31-23 and so claimed the lntercity Conference. Un February 10, Sterling traveled to Mendota and toolt a trimming of 41-19 but had to play in a "match-box" gym. Elwin Duhm, s sophomore center, played his position very well and has two years in which to gain experience. On February 14. Clinton came to Sterling with a revised teamg Sterling could not penetrate Clinton's strong man-to-man defense and were defeated 32-17. Un February 17, DeKalb came to Sterling with their first conference victory by a score of 29-28. On February 20, Sterling journeyed to Belvidere but just couldn't get to working. and took a trimming which ended 34-16. Keith Healey, senior, played one of his best games as forward and will be greatly missed next year. jim Brown, who was handicapped with an injured anltle, came baclt to be a great help to his team. v Lightweight Baslceteers LIGHTWEIG HT BASKETBALL ow 1 Nlr. 'l'nrhum1. Urvillo liunsherger. Holme-rt I'191l11'iiI'f'1lllC!'. Ifarl lin ': . llaroltl Stone. Nir liramluli. Hurry Womly:itt. ilurvvy lilsvr. w 2 llivlt Smith. Norman liogott. Rolwrt Xl:-Donald, liurtlett Stemliu: xx ml liaymontl Pettit, tu. Loon finulfl. Page St'1'e1i!y-Aix T. Tracilg I v v The Freshman-Sophomore track squad was not left he- hind when the track meets came along. Their record consists of 5 wins and no defeats. Sterling 7613 Tampico Varsity 3633 Sterling 803, Milledgeville Varsity 4114 Sterling 9312 Freeport Fresh-Soph 281 3 Sterling 92 Dixon Fresh-Soph 30 Sterling '29 Rock Falls Fresh-Soph 42 I ' . 1 CROSS COUNTRY I VARSITY TRACK I ROW 1 .lulin Ifrvy. .Xrlantl Gnnlul, Ifflwar l Civlnhartlt, Irvin YYolf, l.5lt: Ilxill. Keith Ilt-:tli-V Ro ' Ro Ro Ro w 2 -Everett, Iiirvli. Ye-rn-In lfrvy. llztrolrl Ref-l, liulu-rt Jurkens, Iiztrultl HH:-n, H 1-nt tlxn el rn rl fill Vallee. Ilerlwerl Xlarst-lutng. NIE-rrill 'l':ilnPr, II: rt N son, I59 :I 1 I 'x"1. u xl ' i lrll I rr an I'lrr1 w 3ffBIr. Svheirl, .Xrthur Nlulniw, ltuyzil Hrs-Pl, IJ. uglzis .lansst-n. Rv ur-rv rn ig: . tt-1 l.uhliPn, Klurvin Frey, Htxinloy livllvr. Klr. Small TRACK W 1 'lfruin Iiitlge, Norman Iiogntt, NYilli:un lYootlyntI. Ifurl liruuzvmztn Huy I'1'1Ii!, liolv XVolf, w 2 'Kenneth Ilowartl, William Smith, liulzt-rr Ifxtsley. I-Iarl Iluwartl, It-ilu-rr Kirin-Qtr Ilolmrt Nlrfllonaltl, ROW 3 -Nlr St-lwi1l,,IolmQ .Xflzims .lim Hrvmn. Ilunstlfl Iforvl. -lohn XYootly:iIl, XIV Small Row 1 Ilanrrison Stone. Ilorrill Ili-y, lion I-Xml, Xrthur Nl:-lville. A I ' 1 " H ' - ki - it-r, lluln rt Holi, II mari X .xrlm ugh. Holm Fl I tltl lr: lu Row 2 fXlr, Small. Lyle fleeting, Royal Iirr-ml, Sztnfnrtl Xlittfhvll. Vlarlt IIIISPIIMFPH, I-Iluin I-'eltlkirvhm-r, Fay I-Ixxlmnk, .lark Vhrnpmstn 1 'ft tg, Cross Country On Octoher 15 Sterling held its first cross country meet and tied with Geneseo for lirst place. Rock Island second team third, Rock Falls, fourth. Traveling to Janesville, Sterling came in Fifteenth. Rock Falls came to Sterling 9 I on August 15, and defeated us 27-ZS. In a later match Sterling heat Rock Falls Zz-23. Iireezing in at ninth place in the LaFayette Invitational Meet Sterling was handicapped hecause of the unusual length of the race. Cross-country is coming into its own under the ahle coaching of Mr. Small. Iltz gt' St'tt'1t1N-want The Varsities' Glowing Traclc Record The Sterling high school track and field team of 1938 set a precedent for future teams. They won seven first places, including the county, district, and conference championships, one third place, and one fifth place. Un Vlfednesday, April 19 Sterling started the track season hy defeating LaSalle-Peru 73-49. The team then iourneyed to Bradford to place third out of eleven teams entered. The next week found Sterling defeating Freeport 80-42. Four days later Sterling again won the White- side County championship with 8ZlQ points, Fulton trailing with only 15 points. S. H. S. then defeated Morrison and Princeton 93,15 to 3412 and 24 respectively. The Sterling hoys worked hard for the next meet and won defeating Lqlx Dixon, their old rival, 66 to 56. The relay decided the outcome of this meet. Going to Moline for the district meet, Sterling emerged victorious with 32 points and the district cham- pionship. Eight Sterling boys and the relay team were qualified for the state meet, but they were de- feated in the preliminaries. The athletes who did not go to the state meet went to the Geneseo Night Relays where they placed fifth out of fifteen teams entered. The Sterling track and field squad wound up their season, May 28, hy winning the North Central Illinois Conference Championship with 63M points, trailing along was Dixon, defending champion for six years, with only 295 points. S. H. S. set up the en- viahle record of heing undefeated on their own L TRACK tom Row ll l l u i 0 Pit S . . . , . g fi fld. 1 i . Nj' . A I , 1 Top Row Irvin Wolf, lioli fhrriuciii, Lyle Hull. 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Sterling High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Sterling, IL) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

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Sterling High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Sterling, IL) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

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Sterling High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Sterling, IL) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

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