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

 - Class of 1940

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The Class of 1940 of Sterling Township High School presents a Candid Camera Edition of the Blue and Gold for its friends, patrons and fellow students. T xp, N049 C444 6017 Lf' ff? KX, A 694 10N 0141 Foreword htm tum the tux trs of tht 1940 Blue. mtl Gold up lmxt xtttmpttd to portray 1 tmdxtl txmera xlux of tht tx try tl 15 llft of studtnts it S H Q mtl other lttlxltleb xxlutlm hll our luvlm nhoul ns U xx du eloptd PILTLIIL lmult of IHLIDOIILS , 1 x x Y A A ' Y A ' A 2 x 1 wh W1 2 1 V A Y Q 'Z ' '2 The camera has pictured classes, clulws, dances. 2 2 N , 7. . Q Y ,Q . l .D N dz It is our aim to ,ive to you ll 'ell- Dedzcatzon XXL opgu our Lllldld shots mth thy mmm 1 loruspd on thy srhool students and has adxlsed and shared m thur ffaletx and sorrows lvlam are the secrets thc. amusmv mudents and the travlr happemngs If mwut ronfirp lfUl1lX lf your ta Our Q un lntgruts 'md utlutlgs han, Lpntgrgd rrouud If rhls school of xx h1ch up are so proud SL to If as a frlend of all tht Class of 1940 riff-CLflOI'l3ILlX dedlrates the BLLE ANID GOLD fllv. O Q lf ' 'Q A 5 Q " - 1 ru ',,l X l' ' j ' ' ll . lk. 'l '-' For forty-two years our school has directed As we leave wc wish to honor in some way . V' ' ,' ' V ' V, - . J ' 5 ' IV V K A IV - Y , ' C 0 2 . - ' V , A. ' - 1- I ', ' - -N nk V vw F3 ' G ' ' ix Board 0 Educatzon We low foeus our eamera on our Board of Edueatlon, a representatlve group of fue ertlzens III whose responsible hands rests the Cl1I'CLf1011 of our sehool Un the first Monday of every month ohn Stager, Elmer anssen, A W Wheeler, WllllaI11 Hendrlclcs, and Carl Grlesser meet ulth Mr Eades to earry on the f-LIIILIIODS of a Cllfbkflllf., body Thelr Clllf16S l11ClLlClC sueh Il'11IIgS as plan Eight 1111131 the yeally budget eonslderlnff md eon Frrnung sehgol polleles 'und m llxlllff HPPOIIII ments on the sehool st iff Cooperatlon for the welfare of the sehool lb the objeet of thelr efforts Thelr sueeess lS shown to some extent by the faet that our school IS a fully aceredltecl member of the North Central lASSSOLl"ll'lOI'l of Colleges and Seeondary Sehools X 1' MR EADES Throughout our years 1n Sterlmg Townshlp High Sehool one min his partlrularly endeared hlmself to us for hls guldanee, sympathy and frlendshlp He IS Rosroe Efldes our PI'lI1Llp'1l As in LlI'lLt,'lSlI1g msplrqtlon to us Mr Eades has done muah for meh member of rhe eliss of 1940 MISS ECHTERNACH The Senlor classes would not he the arnxe happy groups thew are mthout the IHSDIYIFIU fuldance of Miss Eehternuh Wlth her help we are ahle to sponsor sogml funetlons and pLll"llSl'1 the 'annual HBLLE AWD GOLD MR DEVOE As S H S s joxml 'rsslstant 1DlI1LlP8l U R Dc.Voe has glxe 1 mueh of his tlme to us and our Cllfl'-lCLlll'lCS Aside from hls serxlee as an exmellent lIlSU'Ll4.fOI' of SL16I1Uflk suhjepts he has helped to plan and m 1lxe our sehool llfe happler Nme , x K C , Q ,C . 1 ., .. . . . . 1 L ,x. 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Photo- coop 0 Faculty More than flne l7lllldlI'l4'S and modern equlp ment IS needed to malee a good sehool Durmg hls four years every senior has had elassroom IIISIYLILIIOI1 wlth at least twelve faculty members, and extra LllI'I'1L.LllHI' eohtaet wlth several more The benefit of these assoe1at1ons IS lITllUCHSL1I'al3lL As hlghly as he may have valued the suhyect matter of '1 given eourse, any senlor w1ll testify that he regards as even greater worth the m Te 71 SDITHIIOII and frlendshlp of 1 sympathetle and understanding teacher So perhaps 1t IS not altogether unfrttmg as SOI1lCfl1lI1g of a valedletory that the staff of the Sterlmg Townshlp Hleh Sehool Yearbook 111 behalf of the elass of 1940 should express to the members of the faculty stneere esteem and ap preclatron for four years of rntellectual guldanee and mspmng frlendshlp sad Ex FLXN Mmzsu English llhLb p untmg., flowers musxe fn orute flower rose fax orxte color ore ld p astxme re rdmg r lello shows lARTHA CJOETYE English Art green th rt s why she lnkes Freshmen o we roses doesn t lenow wh II sp txme me ms HPI PN l'AsEle lznglxsh Interested Ill rom mee flxorlte eolor h ue ser lphooles musxe dr lm! poen x p asnmes re rdrng hllemg, oats BURR11 I lzngllsh Dr tm mes e rn es pl my e lsts m 1 lIlxLS golf re re mg fn orlte flower no t tolor re enjoys drlvlng HARIKIFT IILHIERNAK H L mn eolor w ue flower all roses enjoys go eontrnet hrldge workmg out erl y thlngs for Lltm Hfxaaler Qemex Freneh Typing thrilled ahout two first ye lf French elnsses fnorlte eolor re lllces hlicle dresses hrldge eoolong new up rrtment l1LlZABF ra lomha Lum Ellgllbh lllees to eollect dolls hut rt s too expensne faxorlte eolors black re purple swims lf wlter lsn t too eold loxes whrte roses .11 .- rv' K s ' ss s ,s - ' ' ' x s s s ' - ' ' , ' . . i. 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Business Lux li es to slt i swim fixoritt tolors .in red white intl hlue for nulxtits, suits intl fl gs ous: TER!-it NE Historx Chemistrx Phxsies eollects pipes lssisttint footbill and basketball coaeh likes red lilies of xallu .anv kind ot Athleties Nlixiui Dxxis Creointiry Alg, hri Trigonomntrx likes to eolleet furniture p ns golf eo or pe leh flovitis Ameritun BL xuty rosts gl idiolii Vim INI-X Vlrsrorsi Geornetrx Algtlwi 1 likes musit reading tt 1 roses ftixorite eolor rose l' E QMALL Alg hri Geornetrx Prantinll M ith likes lthletics roses reading shows in slx ning tolor old rose ll. R. DE UE , . . Chemistry . . . Physics . . . Assistant Principal . . . red roses . . . re . . . wuny puns . . . pastimes . . . flowers . . . family , . . cards . . . reading. PETER HOOGEVEEN . . . General Science . . . Visual Education . . . plays golf. . . ilces hirds . . . movies 'zhout twice '1 year . . . red roses . . , h ue. ALMA SHERMAN . . . Biology . . . tvzincet Physiology . . . Zoology . . . sews . . . rt-:ie s . . . ice skates . . . plays tennis . . . Favorite CL7lUI' . . . QTCCD . . . SXVCCK PCLIS. athletics as participantrand spectator . . . outdoor life . . . gardening . . . F. F. A. . . . harmonizing colors. sqm in ww U1 UH Tutlzt HE1EN Ptzrsneox Tx pmg Bookkeeplng lmateur photograph collectlon xsood cirxmg Intlqug gliss buc MWLLI pUiQ Ex x HLN.T Shorthand Ty pmg nada tollect:-, Chmesc horsca cuts thlstlu on tarm 111-tes Hue vscirs gru lox LS brlck nd frecbu X Iota STRALLH Foods rt wr dtm lb ruldlng sunmg llkcs Color ldo tr aullng box x New Clothmg Homt M an tgt mont x Llloxx rad roses furmtum mtxqugs rt Ida good ht tlon fmd hrogr tphlm HLLH XX H-XLEX VC ood Shop h ut roam gardcnmg blOgYH1Dh1CS ind hIhfOI'lt'S L N Tmvows Nhchmc Shop rt ntckt es grun Shasta dalslcb Ilkes mountama hohhx hlrds Hamix N1OORF Nhnhlng qhop rosts up huntlng fishmg Spoonvor XX lbLOHblI1 but plug ...z . ' ...hvxx ,lv- ltx I: A' --'V' ... YL: 'A NAZK... xg' ...EN N . fvx, ' ' 2:1- ...z 'z' 'A . .. Y , f ly . .vt . ...A cw-3, .n. if ...hl ' " '. y'-- -4 y' -x AMY TLYRNELL Physleal Eduemon renzhng tan sew up baseball but th II s A lllces orchids lf someone else 1 buyxng them any old wlld flower If she h lb to get them herself ln ue ED Su-nam Footb ill coath Commerclal Geography Canada for hunting flshlng go howling hrldge thess go cl HARRIET MLANIUREWS nurse. rellever of aehes lnd palns Amerxean Beauty roses cooklng takmg care of small daughter J RILHARDQ Band Orehestra sunflower re muslc plnochlc. DEAN BALL vlolln DAVID STRYRER Englnsh Musm b ue ms wrltes muslt and stones plays tenms enjoys eatlng espeually peanuts mtl tlffy apples Lois WALRATH Llbr xrmn left at e tl of Hfbf semester Loki rTA l'mowNE Llhrxry Ottupxtxons Prattlv. xl M uh Qllll Reserxes my Lolor just so ll s hlue musn. playing piano PILHILS lu. slt nu 5 putters around ID the lutehen 1 Tl1l7lLt71 CLASSES Seniors, Juniors, Soplwomores and Freshmen Semm' Calendar From IIS earlresr undeveloped state the elass of 1940 has taken part 111 a larve number of sehool aet1v1t1es and has made many poss1ble In 1936 the elass ably led by presldent Don Chureh vlee presldent Charles Geyer seeretary Annamae Hussung, and treasurer Robert BI'C1d1Df' spon sored 1 hollday danee on Deeember 19 md a movle, The Vlkllig The next year xx 1th Charles Geyer as presldent 1.LlLlllC Burr vlee pI'CSldCIll' Robert Phrlrps seere tary, and Annamae Hussunv treasurer, the elass entertained the sehool at a danee The exent eentered around the q'lll1l' Patrlek s day theme Ind xx as ealled The Shamroek Shuffle As junlors xxe grew more ambltlous and sponsored txxo basketball danees, a nexx soelal event III S H S xvhleh proxed to be very suc eessful We entertamed the elass of 1939 xxlth the annual jL1HlOI'S6DIOI' prom on May 13 The elass officers for that year xxere Charles Geyer, presldent, Ward Dlllon, VICC president, Ray Pettlt, secretary, and 1.Ll1e1llL Burr treasurer The most outstandm' 'ear Ill xxhlch aetlvlt 1-1 1 V 19 xxe sponsored a publxe program featurmg Paul Hllllard barrtone and Lllellltl Elvldge reader Chrqjj'-"9 Afhbnf L .4,,J1 ffl I The 1-lalloxxe en Frolle of Gctober Z1 offered an evenlng of fun to the entlre sehool November 30 and Deeember 1 found the people of Sterlmw being entertalned xx1th the elass plav, S rlnv Danee, bx Phlllp Barry Three senlor luncheons xxere g1VCI1 durmg the year IH De eember, February and Aprll ust before Chrlst mas on Deeember Z3 the sehool xx as entertamed by the senlor elass 1-lolldax l-lop xx hreh xx as a eandld p1eture of bH11l1I1U faees colorful formals and dancmv feet We also sponsored a basket ball danee and on Aprll 19 the senlor 1UfO!'IU"ll For the thlrd LOFISCLLIIIXC year Sterllng 1-llfh Sehool aeted as host to hwh sehools of northern Illlnors 1n the annual Bradley Tech VOLHfl0Il1l eonference on Apr1l 9 After thls Gathering the senlors serxed luneh to the guests Gn May 75 xxe xxere entertalned bx the e ass of 1941 at the annual sprmv prom, and on Max' 31 the elass took a trxp to Chleavo XICXXIIIU the the mam swhts of mterest Commencement for the elass of 1940 xx as he at the Stadium on une 4 dent Charles Geyer X1eC1DI'CS1ClCI1f Ray Pettlt seeretarylvlarjorre ohn and treasurer lm Broxxn cpf'ff'fff1C'f"'5-1 409,70 l erm frnveuh 1 fyb .J AJ , ar-nt Jf as M-ff A VI' J A, XV' c,A-1v1,' 1 nf pc,1,Q,,f C,JY1fz6, wtf Juv an, 114 fffeo CL afv 2? f JJQ,r..L- Qu-r' A f ard J d M C! 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F A l 2 3 4 Cross Country rack l Z l Z 3 Manager Basket Secretary Treasurer Z at 4 Science Club Secretary Treasurer 4 Club 1 Z Home Eco G A A 3 Hallowccn ountry l Intramural Clubl 4 Orchestra 3 4 Track 1 Z 4 Baskctball 1 nd l l 3 4 Bird Club 2 Senior 4 Hallowe en Frolic 4 NER Home Economics Club 1 b2 r H1Tr1Z Sr H1Tr13 4 Z 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Scr at Latin Club Z Halloween Frolic 4 Dance Z DOR1s MAE FINCH Robed Choir 3 4 G A A 3 4 Home Economics Clubl 4 QLILIILQ. Club J H1 Tri 3 WEY Football 2 3 4 Intramural Aw! XAW, ,2- BARBARA FLINN Lincoln High School Plymouth Indianal Z Girl Reserves 2 Press Club 2 3 4 French Club Z 3 4 Latin Club 4 V1cePres1dent Debate Squad 3 4 Debate Club 3 4 Secretary 3 V1cePres1dcnt 4 Holiday Hop 4 Senior Luncheon 4 Prom 4 HiT 3 4 Scien c Club 3 4 Annual Board 4 Dramatic Club 4 Senior Play 4 Sprln Dance 4 Halloween Frolic 4 Qulll and Scroll 3 4 P77 X DONALD MERLE FORD Cross Country l Z 3 4 4!.,,,4,, ack 1 2 3 4 S Club 2 3 4 Ca c C u 1 2 Bandl Z 3 4 R1fleClub3 4 Frcnch Club 3 4 Science Club 3 Intramural Basketf!7,,,.4.J. ball Z 3 4 I ,,,7,,,,1, C ,4 I ,Maeva ,M,,,,,!f K 4 4 Tu zxoic fd 1 v 1 N - KN ' x " xx ""4.'h. X -'A 1-f-fr XM'-' 'Rf-"5 'fc' "'--X -GN K.. -M-'N X "AX 1-V1.9 11h-.-J '-1' G" 'A 'Q -V -5- X 'Y-I -lk. ,A r- .- -1-4. Gxl5"x ' MD' L fl--"" L58 W ,-'Ji K A"X'---- -, 1 , 1 L ' J A 1 4 l 's '.o "xx Q J t"'X'1 'N:k?xA'Af 5" ,,,'K.! fix l it-', 1 ga r 4 , . 1 A., ' A.. AA- ' Qzxx, - . .- A, ,X , -,VZ ' 9 , ,K X , J! 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'X' IXi1'I1:111I I:I11'I1, CII1-1111 IfII11111I141-1',IW111If:11gI' ,XXX 1-I"1'11I11 I1 SUV 1 'ff 'IUIIIIII5 XIII II ' I II11:111 I'i1IIi:111, XI:111 II1-II1- I11111-5, I.111111- I 111I1-, I5111111I11 'XII IN T111 1111, I51:1111'1-5 M. .I , I11111 I1I111111-. R1 ' ll IfII-11- I.1111g, Nt ' .1 I:1111Iis, I51111s I11111111, I5:111I.1 I11II II IW X 1 I IIIII I I111I , II I11'I'I IX,I11!I1'X'. II1 ' III If1I11'i11 I,:1111s. I1-.111 K1111x, Il.1111111111I I1I1-II1111, I.11111-X I 111 I 11I I 11 Il I I Kms 1-1, IIIII T11 N1111I1. -111 nbc' T-HH Q' 5 I ,W . ,, , f 1 ' , rf W, . 1 ' O , A , ef ' A ' M . , ' runny reviews 0 Coming Attractions Row FRESI-IMEN PICTURE I I-M. Schultz, D. Schutt, D. Xvurd, I-I. Sisson, H. Wfalkcr, B. W'isc, F. Sturm. Row II' -S. Smith, Xwiggins, B. Schultlt, I. Schneider, N. Wlcllccr, L. Schultz, Al. Stewart. Row III'-H. Shouts, E. Riclcur, D. Troyc, VU. Taylor, D. Wullitfk, W. Szmncr. ROW IVW C. VUadc, C, XXVOII'-. R. Nwutlc, M. Xxfharftcld, C. Van Horn, D. Nwcsscls, H. Nxlulhcr Thwtx tztln FRIQNHNII-NI PIC TIIRI- II VW I ruxxn n 1 tn t 1 r roxxn lk 1 II s N1 Qhtn uxx II 1 t n ur t r t o um s t t Q on x L NUM I K r 111 5 mx III ttmttt u t nur tt tr nt ron 1 r x NSIHII L N Illkk D Brutus mu IX 1 utrmmn I nnm Unnmnt I xr st: -X I I -X t x I3 Llu H Dltlxtnbnn PRI-NHN1I1N PIL TURI1 III NN x TILIISQ I1 I1 O1 F V Ill 1 I Ixx INIIII R Lvrlnxx I xnxx II I Iult LI H Qnlglson C Cmttgl H Lmgfor D Hglt -X Fun N1 Lmrtgwrx IW Ixnux Hogln D Luwnxrd A Hooxu II Fgnnu 'N HIII E Rtdlv. Ixoxx III I3 Ruggr Ix Htrms F Fr mL T Hm 9 IvIcComI'ws C1 K tx td lb Pm Fld-.Int -X H Ind D Houur I' Nh Lrs I IIIIILI' C P IIIISOD M Prophntpr ow IX r lr I ut oox r tm tu N nut wsu nrlth I' Inntr x L Kpxu L on FREFHNIEN PICTURE IX' I I. Vfilgcr, U, NIcDonaId, D. Mizttl-cu, E. Mcisr, L. Miller, U. Moore, M. Novak, KI. Millu Rww - f Ii ow II YC. Stmmr, F. Ludwig, H, SnitchIcr. Row III B. Olxngcr. K. Moulton, II, XXX-x'r11l1qh, K. Zcmkc. IX II. Ltmg, R. VVUIIA, R. Niclntvtu. D. Mortcnson. Row ' Row Y H. Nitvrnn, F. Linton, K. XXIcIIs. P. Moreno. Row YI L. 511135. R. Livingmton, R. Rclgcr, U. NIunon. 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' 111' ' - , . .1 h H 1 ,1 1 -Z ' 1 71 I Y i ' l Q 1 , . . . L K A U 111 1 1- I1 1' ' H 1 11 Ay, 11 2- 'zn L11-'1-g'11' f1V1.H 11 D " ,., 1 1 1 1 1 - '11.'.' f -' 1 ' 5 J '1 ' .1111 " ', 111 1' 115. 111 119. 1 " ' f 1 11 " "1"1'1'.' 5 '1 " -1 A 1 " 10. 1 J 1' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' " ' 11' ' " " - - ' I1 - ' C1- 1 1 2 1 k' g 1 A 1 V 1 -1, 1K-' 1 . 11 1-,"1-C ',, ' 'f",.,,"1 1V11j 25 " 'I ' 1 11 194 ll 1 1111 . 1.11 -11 K i R 'h h 1 . X KT' '11, 1 1: 2 - 1 nz- 1 1 X1 if . 1 1d 1 K - ' 1' ' - 1 1 - fx-L-1x1 1 i C V 11' V' l'li I5 A 1 ' ' A11 - ' sf . 1 I 1' 1Af' 1 . V I1 1 1 ' 1'- , 1k-' 1 5 1' ' V Jx' i K ,Ya 1 I :A X' xly' 1 'h 1 1-11 -'1ss. F ',.-1 ' "- 111 f11is 111155 A ' zrc. : 'U11' Forty-two ATHLETICS - N J ' "Q L , C Glimpses 4. r, 1 X. , X 11 -ji A 5 V . X . 4 - R: J .' 'i K, yvv' ' V u , 1 ' 1 1 Mx Iii? Row I J X K- f f' X D M n ' 'W ' 1' 1 4 X LR x I XJ K N 1-' IMAKQ. B11kx'lirigw:1-1. H1111 r1111l11-fur, Hxxln I511f1111, H111 H1m.111f. 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'c : 1 un, f1 'z q 1: , 513' 1 L", '.1-.1111 H1111-11,li1.lX I'l11l111: I f U N j, P14 rr, 1l1Y1lxxxi111w1w1rr, L,l11:r hunk, N1Q1x:11 H1-115, lmb Nur, IMFY1 k1.v11.J, Mm Egmlnx, lim M18 1 SIHIYTH x'i11rI11111Xr1lr 1 f lxs11Fr111x I1k 911111111111 XX Y .Lx p I1111'.fy111' Gridiron JIM JONES - Halfback A "Gaumer's" passing, blocking, tackling and ability to open the way' for the runner have made hIIII a yaluablc asset to the team during hIs senior year IM BROWN End Through graduation S H S will lose one ofthe finest ends lt has ever had 1111 s all around playing has been a credit to both him and the school Bois GRIESSER Quarterback Blocking and tackling have been GYISS specialties during 1939 40 S H S fans wIl1 see his fine playing for another year Bois PIIOPHETEII Guard Croppy has done much 111 the 1Ine during his senior year His t'lCk1lI1g was very beneficial to the gridiron team ELWIN DUHM Guard, End Tackle Football fans sayy a fine piece of b1ock1IIg throughout the year yyhenever Duhmy yyas III action Hell be doing lf again In 1940 41 EARL HOWARD Guard S H S oyyes much of the success of Its offensive plays to Howdy s fine offensive blocking He will be greatly missed next year SHELIJON BoEIsIM Fullback Shelly s pass defense has been the spark plug of Inany ID S H S game Too bad this IS his last year of service on the teaIII EIINII5 HLIBBART Ha1fbIck Gpen field run ning and 1IIIe punching were hIs particular specialties Fins will see ErnIes fine pllylll for one 111011. year NoI1MAN BocoTT Quarterback C31'1c11I'OI1f01 loyy ers sayy fine ex Implcs of 1J15S1l1g and pIIntIng whenever Norm XVIS 011 the field He yyI11 be missed next year oI-IN VVoomAT1 End As I pass recclyer Butch shoyycd the croyyds I fine pIcce f playing The 1940 41 lineup yylll Igun shoyy hIs name In the end POSIIIUI1 CLAIR Book Center lsitten has done much as a 1111L backer IIIL1 dCl'4Cl1S1XL. center FIIIs yyI11 be gl Ic1 to see nm III Iction IgaIII IIext yeIr Fmty say Glimpses MELVIN BETTS-Fullback-Punting and line punching were Me1's particular contribution to the team of 1939 40 Graduation forces hIIn to leaye the S H S gridiron Bon SIER Guard To Bob goes the honor of being a fine subnIarIne man His br1l1IaIIt defensive yy ork yy 111 be missed 111 t1Ie future DoN GoIILn Tackle Casanoya s defensnc IbI1Ity has been outstanding throughout the se 15011 He s another senior Bon EASLEY Halfback S H S will yy alt a long time before If yy 111 haye another chance to se a speed merchant 1Ike Bob His end Tllllb yy ere hI hlights of 1939 40 games EIIWIN RIDGE EIId Another 111 around player Ervle has done much lb a defenslye and OH'-CIISINL player F Ins yy 111 see 111111 In action for one nIore year OHN Q AnAMs Guard Tackle uincy was a defensive tackle dllflllg his junior yeIr He will be seen again on the gridiron 111 1940 41 BILL SMITH EIId Blocking has een Smitty s specialty throughout the 1939 40 season Hell be bIck next year FLOXD BAlxER Tackle Goop dIc a gooc job as a defensiye tIck1e His grIdIron yyork ended this year yyith griduation pl Iy It hI1fbIck hIs cIrncd 111111 I 11 Ime If S H S His services yyI1l be gre Itly IIIIssec next YLQT EDWIN FRIDAX Gu Ird Anothci submarine p Iyer Tiger has shoyyn fine 111181110 on tIe Ul'lL1lfOl1 He gr IduItcd too DICK SHtIMAI4ER Ccntei BIll snipplng yy IS Smackcr s contribution to the te 1111 of 1939 40 F1115 yyI11 111185 hIs fine p1Iy IIext yeIr XXAXNE ELIJIIED Tickle WIXULS offensnc pllylllg., his highlighted 1IIs UTlc11I'UI1 cIrcer lf S H S 1939 40 yyIs1IIslIst eIr Bois 1'HILII's End As I pass sII Itcher Bob has shoyy ed fine P1"1y1I1" on the field His sery lces for S H S ended thIs yfc Ir yylth K'I'lc1ll'l1'lO11 I I l Y K A , C . 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A . , . . . ,, r . 1. ,gf-ff, Sept Sept Sept Gct Gct Oct Oct Nov 3 Nov 11 Football Flashes Sterling at Clinton Morrison at Sterling Sterling at Rock Falls Community at Sterling Sterling at DeKalb Mendota at Sterling Savanna at Sterling Sterling at Belvidere Dixon at Sterling OO 1212 O 9 Long hours of practice beginning well before the opening of school and continuing until November were requlred to produce the team which represented Sterllng on the grldlron last fall Coaches Scheid Brandau Terhune and Hoogeveen had prepared a detarled series of plays and while others were gasping in the team for IIS first game All the home games and most of those played out of town were at night due to the many lighted fields now in use With an outstanding group of players Sterling s hopes were high The playing season opened with a 21 7 victory for Sterling over Clinton on a sweltermg night Easely made a spectacular touchdown to start off the scorlng Betts ran the ball six yards and l-lubbart thirty five yards to score the remaining two touchdowns in the second and fourth quarters Brown kicked two of the extra points with Easely running the ball through for another The informal opening of the stadium on September 22 was a success Wlfh Sterllng handing Morrison a tr1mm1ng 20 O ln the first quarter a short pass from GYICSSCT to Brown was good for the first touchdown The second score was made on a fifteen yard touchdown run by Easley in the second quarter lim Brown place kicked the two extra points The final touchdown was made in the third quarter by Grlesser after a nine yard pass from Jones Due to fumbles bad breaks and other troubles the game with Rock Falls was fought to a scoreless tie on Rock Falls field in the first inter city game Although many of the players had been and provided much of the excitement ln this thrilling game lt looked mighty bad for Sterling during the first three quarters of the Sterl1ngCommun1ty game Suddenly Wlfh only four minutes left to play Gnesser passed to Brown who ran for a touchdown Then Hubbart joined the rank of heroes by racing 35 yards for the last touch down The game ended with a tie 12 12 Rowl john Platt Bob Wolf john Q Adams john Woodyatt Elwnn Duhm Erwin Ridge Clair Book Bob Grxesser Wayne Andreas Gerald Keller Ernie Hubbart Don Church john Rengle Burdette Steadman ow ll Bill Smith Sheldon Boehm Bob Philips Loren Anderas Ed Friday Earl Howard Bob Propheter Bob Sler lim Brown jim jones Dick Shumaker Wayne Eldred Norman Bogott Bob Easley Floyd Baker Melvin Betts john Ahrens ow lll Coach Scheid Harry Woodyatt Wayne Frledrlchs Wayne Gtten Dean Dahlgren Milford Shuman Gene Fenner john Hunsberger Elw1n Haak DeVere Leonard Nell Puckett Keith Swartley Earl Nelson Norval Zigler john Gould Duck Rohrer Harvey Riser Coach Terhune Coach Brandau Row IV lean Knox Don Coats Orville Hunsberger Earl Dahlgren Bob Woodyatt Dick Fluck ames Langsford Manager Warren Reltzel Bob Hoster Bob Reecher Raymond Mellott Loren Weckesser Glenn Ellmaker Charles Burkett Bob Hey Arden Daehler Merril Doden Ed Browne Row I Kenneth Reitzel Bob Hoster Ben Bailey Gene Fenner Bill Adams Marvin Sanllard Bob Reecker oe Moreno Ira Abney Oliver Annmg Row ll Coach Hoogexeen, Tommy Hlnz, Roland Kelsey, Lee jones, Gordon Bennett, Howard Moran im O'Hare, Everett Allabaugh, Bill Hussung, Bill Buckingham Row Ill Martin Doerman, Paul Weyrauch, Bill Cies, Horace Snlrchler Tom Bogaard Wesley Bellers, George Adams, Bob Appenzeller, Don Wessels, Warren Kyger Aper Dale Pepper E Row IV Keith Brown, Don Willxek, Harold Shonts, Richard Mclntyre, Edward Radke, john . 15- ' ' .,.... ,. 2, a..e,.. 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' , y , ' ' - ' - . 1 ' ' Forty nme Football Flashes Contmued Playing at DeKalb Sterling had to be satisfied with another t1e 66 lt was a hard fight all the way but the game ended with only one touchdown by Hubbart in the last quarter Mendota was easily beaten IZ O on a muddy field Twice passes from Hubbart to jones to Brown paved the way for touchdowns by Hub bart The Homecoming game was made a distinct success by defeating Savanna 12 O Hubbart agaln came through with two touchdowns Some of the thrill of winning was taken out of the game by the injury to jimmy Brown star end which meant he was out for the remainder of the season Championship hopes were smashed for Sterling when Belvidere won 196 Grlesser made the one touchdown for Sterling in the first quarter The last game of the season was with Sterling s traditional rival Dixon ln the first quarter Hubbart made a touchdown and Brown was sent in to kick the extra polnt But in spite of holding the Dixon team back and frequently outplaylng lf Sterling left the field on the short end of a 137 score However the courage displayed made every Sterllngite proud of his team This team which finished in third place in the North Central Illinois Conference contained several who were playing their last games for Sterling Captain jones Brown D Gould Propheter Betts Howard Sier Easley jones Smith Boehm Bogott Bruggeman Andreas Pettit Schumaker Friday Huber Church Eldred Philips Reigel and Dahlgren were seniors How Fifty ever each position seems likely to be filled by a strong team coming up This year s team was a difficult one to stop Next year s shows promise of belng equally as powerful The Sterling Reserx es also made a fine shovnng this year On September 30 the Sterling B team lost to Rock Falls by 1 score of 13 O Their playing was not equal to that expected of them 70 was the final score of the Sterling DeKalb game on Qctober 13 IH Sterling s favor Bobby Wolf made a touchdown 1n the fourth quarter Crould plunged through the line for the extra point In a down pour of rain Sterlm came through to defeat Mendota 13 O on October 20 Bobby Wolf made the first touchdown and the try for the extra point failed Then Larry Fenner touchdown J Gould made the extra point Sterling played at Belvidere November 3 and the final score was 316 in favor of Belvldere This vsas the first conference game the Reserves lost Riser fell on a blocked kick in the game for Sterling s only touchdown On November 11 the Reserves played Dixon All of Sterlings scores in the 21 18 result were made in the first half Fenner Wolf and Nelson made the touchdowns while Woodyatt made Z of the extra points and Wolf one Dixon came back fighting in the last half and Sterling almost lost but they succeeded in strapping them C H . 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'T x ' . .. , X K 'uf W F M JP ix U Q 23 Z5 Record of Sensatzonal Season December 5 December December 1 December 8 December 22 january 5 anuary 9 January 1 anuary l anuary 1 january 26 February 2 February 6 February 9 February l February 20 February 23 1939 40 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Sterlmg at Clrnton Sterllng at Rockford Sterlmg at Oregon Communlty at Sterllng Dixon at Sterlmg Sterlmg at Prlnceton Rock Falls at Sterllng Belvldere at Sterllng Communlty at Sterlmg Sterllng at DeKalb Sterllng at Mendota Sterhng at Dlxon Sterllng at Rock Falls Prlnceton at Sterlmg Sterlmg at Belvldere Mendota at Sterllng Sterlmg at DeKalb REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT DIXON February Z9 Sterllng vs Walnut March 1 March 2 March 6 March 8 Sterllng vs Rock Falls Sterlmg vs Dlxon 1917 33 35 19 Z5 38 Z7 27 Z5 36 24 4314 28 26 42 23 24 36 Z9 31 29 41 2615 67 Z6 37 34 63 13 2819 4134 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT AT KEWANEE Sterlmg vs Oalva Sterlln xs Canton Sffffllllg played IIS flrst basketball game of the season at Clmton I-hgh School The basket whlch made the flnal score 19 17 was tossed IH by Brown ID the last few seconds of thls thr1ll1ng game Bobby Wolf made several exc1t1ng long shots and helped to keep the crowd on ltS feet most of the tlme Rockford the defendlng state champlons tangled xx 1th Sterllng defeatlng the locals 3533 john Woodyatt and Bobby Wolf led the boys 111 scormg Sterllng dropped a game to Ore on wlth a score of 19 Z5 The flrst lIlII'3.C1Iy game ended ln a vlctory for Sterlln oxer Communlty A fast though somewhat choppy game ended xuth a score of 38 27 Wolf and Rldge led IH scorlng 37 Z9 Z4 31 ohn Woodyatt was the hero of the day when he scored a basket rn the last quarter of the DIXOH game to put Sterllng 1n the lead XV1tl1 a score of 27 25 When a foul was called ID the last few seconds Sterllng took the ball out of bounds and stalled for tlme whlle the crowds went wlld Sterlmg had defeated her tradlnonal rlvals' Sterllng was agaln the vlctor ln the game at Prlnceton Sterllng had a 10 4 lead IH the flrst quarter of its flrst conference game and easrly held II durmg the remamder of the game Woodyatt was hlgh scorer and Duhm and R1 ned for second Sterllng captured another vlctory when the boys played Rock Falls Duhm played a br1ll1ant game maklng 14 out of Sterllngs 43 pornts Flftw fue o 2- . 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' 'age Record of Sensational Season--Continued Rock Falls was outplayed all durrng the game which ended xuth the score 43 14 On anuary 12 Sterling won the game with Belvrdere by a narrow margin of two points With just ten seconds remaining Woodyatt swlshed the net with the decrdlng basket of this important conference game Sterling vxent to tovsn again to secure a 42 Z3 victory over Community Ridge Woodyatt and Duhm agaln piled up large scores for Sterling Sterling played a fast game that was too much for the Irish DeKalb broke Sterlrngs winning streak by defeating them 3624 Wolf was high scorer for the Blue and Gold warriors Sterling had no excuses for th1s loss the team just wasnt playing its usual brand of ball A xery sloppy game was played by Sterling when they met Mendota Sterling held the lead up until the last quarter when suddenly right before their eyes Mendota tore through their lead and the game ended with a score of 31 29 in favor of Mendota Before one of the largest crowds ever to see a Sterling Dixon game Dixon turned the tables to wln by a score of 4129 Brown and Wolf were high scorers for Sterling Sterling partially recox ered from 1tS slump to trim Rock Falls 26 15 Under the rnsplrmg leadership of Duhm and Brown high scorers the Sterling cage squad found itself again vnnnrng from Princeton ln its first appearance here on February 9 The final score was 48 27 Mag Belvidere was hard put to defeat Sterling on February 16 Bobby Wolf was high scorer for Sterllng The two teams were about evenly matched as shown by the score of Z3 25 The high vxater mark of the season as far as scoring was concerned was reached in the game with Mendota Wolf with fifteen polnts and Brown and Duhm with fourteen apiece led the scoring The last home game of the season ended wlth a score of 67 26 Excellent teamwork was the deciding factor rn the defeat of DeKalb by Sterling The final score of the game was 37 34 Wolf Duhm and Woodyatt made basket after basket Walnut numbered among the victims of Sterling 1n Sterllngs first game of the regional tourna ment at Dixon Walnut was swamped to the tune of a 63 18 victory for Sterling Rock Falls put up a good fight but Sterling beat them on March 1 w1th a score of 2819 in the second lap of the regronal tournament Thrills spills and brilliant shots helped to make the game with Dlxon one of the most interesting of the year Sterling came through with courageous and colorful playing to defeat Dixon 41 34 and win the regional championship much to the surprise of the experts The boys started out fast scorlng 18 points ln 4 minutes while Dixon scored 2 the Dixon play ers never fully recovered from their SUTPTISC Sterling played Galva at Kewanee in the first sectional game They weren t playing their best and were pressed to wln by a score of 37 29 The fast Canton team defeated Sterllng 1n the seml finals at Kewanee They took the lead in the beginning of the game and never lost II The score stood at 31 24 at the end of the game ffuwltf dt lm W M MQW Wleeemlezf W Fzfty six nf re! rx Y . . . 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A 'FK .-.V A wt .wig-7 1 -Q A 1. 7fv 1' wv if' B fx it W. ,AJ N 0. .N f X Q nf 3. ,G WCM N-1. 4. aa, hmclad Stars The year 1939 provcd to be outstanding for thc Sterling track team When candidates for the track team were called by Coach Scheld over 130 boys responded Using a team of Z8 the boys made a fine record For the second successive year they were undefeated on the schools new track The first meet of the year was at Geneseo April 15 at which Sterling placed 2nd with 47 points Irvin Wolf Ed Gebhardt Bob Sier and Bob Easley brought home a first place in the mile medley relay and the sprint medley April 18 a triangular meet between Sterling Mt Morris and Morrison ended with Sterling in the lead by a score of 72 3 5 points Out of 14 events Sterling received 9 firsts Corrigan received first in the high hurdles Janssen first in the hlgh jump and Royal Breed first in the broad Jump At the Bradford Relays Aprll 22 Sterling took 3rd place in class A Bob Corrlvan stretched his long legs to take first place 1n the high hurdles In the shuttle relays Corrigan anssen urlcens Lubben and Brown received first in the high and second in the low hurdles April 25 at Freeport Stcrlin-1 was an easy victor with a score of 82 40 Wolf took first in the 440 and the 100 yard dash and Corrigan came through ahead in the low and high hurdles at the Whiteside County meet April 20 Four new meet records were set by Sterling men Wolf 440 Corrlgan high and low hurdles and Gebhardt Wolf Easley and Howard 111 the 880 relay At the Quadrangular mect at Princeton on May 2 Sterling again was the leader with 47 points and 8 out of 14 firsts The Gateway Classics were held at Clinton May 6 Out of a field of 19 schools Sterling came out fifth with Z6 points which IS more than Sterling eyer receiyed in that particular meet before A dual meet with Dixon May 9 resulted in a 75 40 yictory for S H S Sterling set two of the four new meet records Wolf in the quarter mile and Corrigan in the hi h hurdles Sterling was the defending champion 111 the d1str1ct meet at Rock Island on May 13 and finished in second place with Z7 points Two meet records were broken by Sterling men the hi h hurdles record by Corrigan and the quarter mile by Wolf Six Sterling men quallfied for the state meets namely Wolf quarter mile Corrigan high hurdles, Gebhardt half mile and the relay team composed of Wolf Breed Easley and Hall A dual meet with Rock Falls May 16 resulted in a victory for S H S The boys who didn t to to the State meet competed at the Ceneseo night relays May 19 and received third place Woodyatt Healey and anssen took firsts in their individual events The most important meet of the year w as the State meet at Champaign May 1920 Sterling came out IH sixth place The most outstanding eyent of the meet was lrv1n Wolfs first place in the quarter mile with the trme of 51 3 seconds relay team t1ed for slxth place Sterling retalned its tltle of North Central Illinois Conference Champs when DeKalb Dixon Belyidere Mendota and Frlnceton were defeated on May Z7 New meet records were set by Corrigan ln the hi h hurdles Wemlf in the 440 and by the relay team of Breel Rid e Hall and Wolf VARSITY TR AC K Row I Bob Wolf Nlornain Bogott Bob Eisley Erwin Ridge ohn Woody ltt Roy ll Breed Rovy II Arland Cvould Warren Reitzel Keith Healy Douglls msen Bob Corrigan lfklll Wolf Ed Cebhlrdt Marvin Fry Bob Lubben ack urkens ohn Frey Lyle Hall Rovy Ill Coach Scheid Wlllilni Woody ltt Bob 1y1cDon1ld IIH Brown Floyd Biker Donald Ford Bob Sier Earl How ard B111 Smith Eirl Bruggemm Co ich Snirll FRESHMENJ AND SOPHOMOR1: TRAC K Roxy I Bob Wolf Bob Fcldkrrchner Erwin Ridge john Woody xtt Roy ll Breed Row I1 C oleh Scheid Ceorge Buell ohn Adams ohn Cvould Bob Cvrlesser Co ich Smlll Fifty nm Q C . . 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Y 1' ' y., 1 YL Y vi ., q 'ee 31' ' ml Q- 1:1 , P - L. .. it .C araaza Camera O Boys Athletrcs Cross Country Fwy 111yyts yo111pr1syd tl1y 1939 syhyduly of thy Q H S yross yountry TLIHULTS Bygllilillig thy syason thy boys xx ynt to I'yor11 for a yontyst 111 xx hryh ylyx y11 tyams f1o111 all ox yr thy Qtaty xxyry ynteryd The loyal 111yn played syxynth 111 thy myyt, thy host ty 1111 xxon thy l1uryls I11 thy syyond yontyst of thy yyar xx hlyh xx lb l1yld If Kyxxanyy thy boys tool1 thlrd 111 1 fiyld of fixy ty 1ms Qnly o11y 111eyt xx IS hyld xxlth Q H Q IS hots TIIIS xxas 111 thy for111 of 1 dual meet xx 1th Fryypo1t 111 xx l11yh Qty1l111p, yan1y out XILYOTIOLIS Thy fourth I'LlD111I1g of thy xyar xx as hyld at Fryeport and xxas xxon by South IVIllXK'lLllxCt. Thy Q H Q tyam played th1rcl I11 the flllfll 1neyt of thy syason at Galesburv thy SfLI'llI1g boys 12.11111 pl1yyd 111 thy th1rd spot Thy ty'1111 of 1939 xx as yomposed of Do111ld Ford, W1ll1a111 Wcvymdyatt Bob Feldl11ryhnyr, amys Byatty and Ward D1llo11 Boys Gym Classes and I mframaral Besldes those xxho xxon ho11or a11d glory for Q H Q o11 the 0r1d1ron, basketball floor, trayly tynn1s yourts, and golf yourses 1na11y boys take thy1r requlryd physlyal tra1n1nU 111 gym ylasses or IH IDKFHIDLIYHI sports Those xxho yhoose 111tr'1n1u1al sports play football basketball or boxxl Teams and lyaguys ary organlzed for LOIDDLFIIIXL matyhes 111101124 themsylvys The boys xx ho xx ould rather talye thelr tralnmg 111 gym ylassys tal1y part 111 manx' sports I the fall they plax football somytlmys, and suyh sports as soyyer and speed ball In thy xxlntyr thyy lIldLIlgC 111 xolley b1ll 111door hoylyex bad n11nton, basketball and Uyllllbllllxf bott ball trayk, maryhmg and drllllng are part of the sprlng provram The boys IDLISI do exyrclses to get l1mbered up byfore attemptxnv to do anx strenuous everylse Gxm ylasses are held txx1ye freshmyn and sophomores are tauvht fu11d'1 111e11taIs of major sports xxrth the hope that they xxlll beyomy mory mtyrested 111 then1 The L1ppCI'Ll'1bSlHCI1 learn sports to prox 1dy hobb1ys 1nd reyry'1t1o11 for thy111 ID the future In May the boys and glrls gym ylasses yomblny to gwy a DLITWIIL demonstratron at the Slnldllllh ofthe ayt1v1t1ys and sports that ary yarmed OI1 111 rygul 1r gym ylasses I ROSS C Ol INTRY :xx I 711 o ys ly 1111 71111 1 1 land W1ll11l11 NXIoo1 x 1 111 I 1 111 s ow l1l1yl111y1 Roxx II 1 1 1x xx 1111l1 lIy1x1l Illyyd Tom 1 1 C o1yl1 Q11 515113 o , o I X x x ' I 'A l ' ' h 1 A VI xl ' I v I 1 5' I ' 1 1 , 1 K . s . - - 1 1 ' 1 I I 1 ,' Q ' . 1 1 1 1 1 I. - 1 I . 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I II I I I I I III I I It I 1 I I 1 z , I ' ' 1, 1 - I 2 1 ' 1 . llc f' NX1 rl Dill 11, Vllllll -1 l '1 I :Ii I ' , I I: Iflllf, xl lI1Iyl 1 'I1', I3 l Feld- ' -luck Qjlllll 111111 , F1 ' li 'I1 ', ja , NXI'l11 11, I 1 ' 1I 111ll. -.I I 'ERLING X STERUNU STERLIN 'SFERLIN VY Dwot Dzggers Txxenty boxs reported for wolf to Coaeh Hoogexeen at the bevlnnlnv of the xear Flxe letter vxlnners of the year before xxere lncluded Paul Hubbard Laxxton lVleCandless Bob Feld klrehner Bob lVleDonald and Ernle Hubbart xx ere the returnlng lettermen whlle Herb Carlton Bob Castendyek Don Chureh E1XklI1 Feldklreh ner Bob Grlesser Cverald Keller Bull lVleN1neh Ray Pettlt D1el1 Rohrer Cllrle Rosengren ohn Sehmltt Dlele Shumaker Burdette Stead man 1m Wrgglns and Lee jenkms LOIHDTISCC1 the rest of the txx enty As Hubbart MeCandless and Hubbard had partlerpated ID the eonference and state seetlonal tournaments of the previous season hopes xxere hr h for thls season To begln the year the boys tled for second plaee xxlth Kexvanee w1th 622 polnts nt the Trl angular meet xvlth Galesburv and Kexxanee on Aprll Z9 Cn May 1 they defe ated Dvcon there xxlth a seore of 161919 ln the dlstrlet meet held at Kexxanee on May 6 Sterllng ended 1n slxth plaee xxlth Rock Island ID first posltlon Hubbart MeCandless Cwrlesser Van Patter and Feldklrehner played fo S H S IDSEIS meet W ef s Coach Brandaus raqueteels drd not make a partlcularly brllllant shoxxlnv Clllflllg 1939 1 the txxo games xylth Prlneeton on Aprll Z8 and May 4 Sterllnv lost both games On May 6 IH the d1str1et meet at Prlneeton Sterllng Came out ID thlrd plaee and xx as unable to C1L1'll1fY for the State flnals Sterlmv xx as defeated txxlee by Duron onee on May 8 ind again on lvl ly 15 The MOTTISOI1 meet saw the first B H 9 vletory yxhen the boys won one of the tyxo matehes played there S H S had a SlI1glC eneounter xxrth Roehelle xvhleh xxas held at nlght on a lrghted eourt and resulted ID a xletory for Bterllnv The boys partletpated ID the eonferenee meet at Dlxon on une 3 The doubles team Clmton eame here on May 8 to be defeated by the Sterlmg lads Prmeeton xx as then defeated on Sterllnv s eourse On May 22 Sterlmv played a return mateh xvlth Clmton and agam beat the loxxa boys Sterllnv lost to Prlneeton there III a return glme T1-VLIIT City Country Club xvas the seene of the return mateh xvlth Dlxon on May Z6 Sterling xxas vletorlous The season elosed xxlth the N C l C matehes hell rt Mendota on june 3 Coaeh Hoogeveen started a mateh play tournament to determme the sehool s ehamplon but thls xxas never f1IllSl'1CL1 Mr Seheld took over Coaeh Hooveveens task of eoaehlng the golf squad xvhlle the lltter xvas busy havlng the mumps Between the txxo of them Sterllnv H1 h had a golf team to be proud f Letter xxlnners for the 1939 season xxere Kenny Hoxxard, Blll Van Patter Bob Feldklreh ner Elwln Feldklrchner Laxxton McCandless Bob Grlesser, Ernle Hubbart Ray Pettlt, m Wlggllas JNL 1, Racqueteers eomposed of aek Bixby an Bob Shaffer reaehed the flnals only to be defeated by the Prlneeton doubles team aele Brxbx played III the number one DOSIIIOII Bob Shaffer txxo Elkklll Duhm three and Bob ones four Dlek Rohrer Bob Phlllpb Lee enlons Bob Grlesser Blll1'1'1glLlIlL1 Bud Clssens and Bob Hults also partlerpated 1n sexerxl matehes A ladder tournament to determlne the sehool ehamplon resulted 111 aele Blxby III first plaee Letter xxlnners ln tennls aehleyements xxere 1el1 Bmbx Bob Shaffer Elxllll Duhm Bob ones and Blll Havlund C1131 F uh Roxx b CIFILSSLF 1 lm gf s N oo 1x11 Laos: Roxx Bob Felllerrehntr Ru Pettit lxennx Hoxx xrd 1'FI1lL Hubburt TFNTNIS B uglunt xxln umm 'ao S 1 r lo ones 'xr 11111111 Xntx thru l O V Jw H T I T 1 1 11 K G' ' D Av . 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Actwn Shots of G rls Atlzletzcs CUDDOITLIDIUCS for glrls to enjoy thymselves and yxert athletlc ab1l1ty are offered III the Girls Athletrc Assoylatlon at 9 H S under thy lyadyrshlp of Mlss Turnyll Qhy xx as alded bx thy ofhyyrs of the ylub pI't,SldCI1f, Mary Wllberrx, VlLLpI'LSlClCI1f, and soylal yhalrman Rosy Daul ton syyrytary and publlylty managyr, Annamay Hussung, and treasuryr, janet Ullngyr Thy organxzatlon offyrs a vlrlyty of sports throughout thy syhool year ln thy Spflllf, thy girls may go out for archyry baseball tennls, md golf bysldes lDCllVldLl3l sports Wlrxter Funds thy gurls aytlve rn baskytball vollyyball and boxxllng Tournaments are hyld 10 thy V"lI'1Oll5 sports and yhampronshrps are xxon by tyams and ID LlnVlCTll3lS The basketball yhamplonshlp xxent to thy senlors wrth Mary Wllbertx as yaptaln Doris Davrd s team xx on the bowlmg yhampron shlp and the SCIHOTS xxon the vollyyball tourna mynt Qny of the brg Spklftlllg events of thy year xx as thy jornt bowlmg yontyst wlth the boys teams Of yoursy the malys were vlytorlous but the glrls managed to glvy thym good yompetltron Thy Brg Slstyr Play Day hyld Syptembyr 25 xt thy stadlum was the flrst soylal hlghllght of thy ylub Ar this thy flrst myytlng of thy year yayh of thy symor membyrs of thy organlzatlon tooly .1 mymbyr of thy fryshmyn yllss as 1 llttly sxstyr and sxxx that shy xx ls lntroduyyl to thy ofhyers, managers and other members The glrls spynt the afternoon engaglng ID VHTIOLIS games and sports and l3CLOl'H1Dg better ayquamted xxlth thy prmylples and ldeals of the Gxrls Athlytly Assoylatlon The syyond yxent of thy year ID xxhlyh the group tooly p art xx rs the Homey UIDIHQL Dxnye on Oytobyr 21 xx hlyh xx IS sponsored by thy G A A 1nd thy S ub A13f1l5 thy glrls had a Lyap Year Barn Danyy tt xxhlyh thy glrls xxho xvere members lnxltyd thy boys of thylr yholye and spent the yvenmg ID the hlgh syhool gym danymg both rn the madern mannyr and IH the style of thy old square danye The gym truly looked lrlce the tradrtlonal Vlllage Barn Wlfh the farmer lads m overalls and thelr farmerettes garbed rn yountry style yheyked gmvham and brlght yolored dressys The year xx as LllI1l8K6Cl by the annual G A A banquet at xx hryh the axx ards xx ere glVCI1 t x those who earned them durrng the year and thy SCIIIOTS hxd thynr last aytlve assoylatxon xxlth the hugh syhool lthlytly group Managyrs of the VRTIOLIS sports xxho helpyd work out thy syhydules and mter ylass yom petltlons xxyry Marjorle Hurlyss baslyytball ean Hoffmm vollyyball ean Beatty aryhery Dardl Lubbyn baseball, Dons Dax 1d boxxlmg nyrlly Burr golf ayquellne Vyrtreys tennls, IXIHN Wywlf md Lols Waltyrs lndlxldual sports BOW L Nl Boxxx l my Doris Dlx ntl Sl-AIFD Dolorys lXI1lll'lf Hylyn llroxxn Pmyxyrly Vllll-,Lb1lIly SIANDINK A lyny Kxryl yyy C I L VOLLEY BALL Nu Ruth Wilkyr Rosy Dxulton qi-yOND Roxx Hylyn Myyrs M xrx Anny Hlmmylm H1 Mxrltrx Allxblugh Dorxs Brxttaln Mlrx Wxlbyrn THIRD Rovx Lyolx HllllSl5LT1,Ll Xxrglnlx Poxxyll Annxmxy Hussung Ruth qlngryy Eh xbyth Oltm Inns Hynrxtttl XI'klLl1lWyI'g, BASEB ALI. 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' in f i '-ff Q amz ' - - -1 ' ' Q X -Il 5' ' - ' T-t ' 3 ' v I .Q ,,v f 4, .6 f N av" 4 k NQK E . ,'wh" vi e Shutter-buff A ' Wt From the tame sehool be fan an the fall many senaors have xxorked to make the 1940 Blue and Cold possable Under the darectaon of Mrss Eehternaeh Mass Pasele and Mr DeVoe these people gaxe much of thear tame energy and thoughts to the publaeataon A typaeal eandad shot of the Journalasts an aetlon xxould portray Edator Ruth Welton doanp her best to see that the rest of the Board xxas funetaonang xxratang storaes takang pactures and doang all the xvork that an edator must under take to publash a year book Busaness Manager Bob Castendyek would be payang balls xxorkang on fananees and st erxasxng the takanv ef pretures Under were Laterary Edator Barbara ararylwh dad the wrateups for t book w the h lp of Joyce Clark and' A l Kar sastantr ateraaly' ator Annamae Haas 1 l , 1 Ani f ffm sung Garls orsEd1tor K u h o ar Boys Spo Edrtor c t sh u Haven to the photogra Charlotte Goetz an pataent worle an an seeurang snapshots ne eber o the prctures and Managang the sales of the yearbook xx ere the clreulataon managers Sanford Matehell and Bob Phalaps Eactensave campaagns xxere carra on both an the school and doxxn town Ty was done by the flyang fangers ofVern1ee Kav as Betty MeN1neh and jacquelrne rtrees Charles Geyer lent has able assastanee o the Board by doa g all of the art work e ar f The Board xx lshes to thamk all ot r students and faculty members xxho an a y ay aaded an the publacataon of thas volume Creators of Human nt 1' Stu ents nterested ua xx rarang at S H S la axe had an opportunaty to shoxx thqar 'abalaty an the exv joar alasm el ss under the superxasaon of ff r St y The study of nexvspaper ty pes and yxryting along,xx1th the publacataon of the sehool paper Sera t xxas 1ts major work The Scrapt staff and reporters numbered about txventy four Those behand most of tlae news xxere Ray Pettat edator an ehref and Ball Haglund, eaty editor Assastane, them xx ere copy edators Gordon Behrens Helen Lea Hanseaa and Mary McGava Ruth Ann Castendyek xxho had charge of the headlanes Typast Betty Gehrangg and jason Hopkans who dai the clex er cartoons often seen rn the paper Specaal departments xxere an the hands of Clarence Strock whose Job xxas to take eare of e F F A nexx a xx ao dl the A A xvr e u es s xx e uvs for the blaeataon er an t h of R ehard Handlanv t e bus ss end of the paper xvere ohn latt xx look e re of the money matters and b an an xhose hands rested the LIYLL1 t the Serapt e foreotten xxere tlae reporters xvho f ful bot the nexxs for t e ere Maraon Palmer anae Mtassel n Paul Harshman Betty publaeataon Bartel Dale Darnell Al bert Macklovsky Paul Young Ed Ohnen Ball Smath and Melxan Betts Together xx ath the Annual Board these people eomprase the Press Club of S H S ANNUAL BOARD TABLE l Kenneth Howard Charles Cvexer Sanford Matchell Bob Phallps l.xle Ceetanx., Bob Castendyck TABLE II Ruth Welton Vernaee Kaxadas Bettx lvlcNlanch aclxquelane Vertrees Arlene Karel Ann amae Hussung oxee Clark Darlene Weber Sraxnam, Charlotte Goet Barbara Flann JOURNIALISM Roxx I Ruth Ann Castendxelx Bettx Gehrang Helen Lea Hansen johnnx Platt Ball Haglund 'ason Hopkans Rax Pettat Roxx ll Clarenee Strock Paul Hema an Al Maeloxoslex anaee Barrel lean Daxas Alle Darnell Row III Melxan Betts Ball Snaath Dale lvlusselman Corden Behrens Nlarg, MtGax a Paul Young 'vlr Strxlx r Bob jamason Paul Harhsnaan Nlaraan Palnaer Sartx mm X A ' ' 'e ' . 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Y " -Y Iv . '. ' ,Y 1 . -. ,J 1 ' , , . . .' . T 4 , -as ' 2 1 V -- , -.fyjf '4, 1 , ,K lv'-'A 'Ae i 1 ' . . fc, 2 , Ll . ' . ,. 'Y ': 1 '. l l l Double Feature Senior H12-Tri Afhliated with the Y. W. C. A. of Sterling are the Hi-Tri organizations of S. H. S. which provide social, educational, and spiritual guidance for the members. The senior Hi-Tri held meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the monthg one meeting being for business and the other a social time. MISS Pasek and Mrs Everett Myers acted as advisors In the sprlng the club was divided 1I1tO sey eral different groups accordlng to what the girls special interests were Some of them joined the dramatic group which did short plays for their own amusement and also gave dramatic readings Another part was the charm school which was devoted to etiquette personal ap pearance, and how to make the best of ones self The third was the club group which did much in the decoration of the club room at the Y by painting the furniture and walls and making it a much more interesting and attractive place. And the chapel group conducted services for all girls every two weeks. During the year the girls modeled in a style show at Wyne-Deaverls Ar Christmas time the girls worked on a Santa Claus chimney and went carolling The club also took part in the World Day of Prayer service at the Y W C A on February 9 The officers for the year were Annamae Hussung president Garnet Koster vice presi dent and Mary Andrews, secretary treasurer, assisted by cabinet members Mary Wilbern une Glson Ruth Welton, Eileen Corrigan Viola Nester and Lucille Burr J unter Hz Tm LIIHOY H1T11 an organization very similar to the senior group holds its meetings on the third Tuesday of the month This is 111 the form of a dinner that the girls brlng themselves, and 1S followed by a general discussion and occa slonally a speaker The activities of the organization for the year were modeling ID a style show helping with the Santa shop and taking part in the vesper service of the Y W C A Social hlghlight of the year came when the girls were hostesses to the junior H1 Y boys at a party in the S H S gym At this fete a dinner brought by the girls was served, games were played, and the evening was spent in dancing and fun Mrs E Robbins spoke to the group at this jo1nt meeting In the spring the girls were divided into various groups according to their own special Interests The groups were the same as those of the Senior H1Tr1 and proy ed both enjoyable and educa tlonal to all those concerned Advisors for the club were Misses Loretta Browne and Ex elyn Hussung alded by officers Beyerly Anderson president, Darlene Leonard vice president and Vivian Wolf secretary treasurer Cabinet members for the year were Marjorie Wolf Charlotte Carl Paulena Baker, Ruth Wright, and Betty Fadden HI TRI SIANITIINL, Dorothy Pearson Gloria Wttets Elaine Mcen an BAcK ROW Viola Nester Ruth Sangrey Ruth Welton Charlotte Goet Blrb ara Fllnn Leoli Hunsberger Virginia Powell Mrs Walrath Mrs Meyers Betty Avue Mary Anne Ham melman Patricia Behrens Eileen Corrigan Ruth Sw anson Audrea Tarner SI-LONI7 ROW Betty Graham Bethel Loos Helen Brown Annam ae Hussung Thelma Ague THIRI3 Row Mlry Sue Gill Garnet Koster, Dolores Knight Rose Daulton Marlene Shuldt Ruth Walker jUNIOR HI TRI Bow I GI tclys Cottcl Eli abeth Chamberlain Bexerly Anderson Leon a Branch Ch trlottc Carl Bctty McCon1bs VIXIID Wolf Betty ean Hicks Ruth Wright Marjorie Wolf Nayola Brooks Plulma B aker Lorr une Miller Helen Lingford Betty Fadden Marian Eade Dorothy Schutt Doris Boy ungs AT PIANO IVl'lI'llI1 Welker Fr anees Anderson Row II L'lVonne Gettemy Miss Browne Ivlrs Needy Shirley Bell MIFIIII Noyik Cxlorlt I' xulson Row III M y ine Miller Betty Haak Marjorie ClIfI'SIl1gLI' Darlene Leonard it Cntlaim june Bell Gladys Moore Alice Hooyer Sequin . , .Q 1 .... 4 e 1 Y Y l I l A v . . 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K ' K . yY" Y- X xa .4 K J , ' A V K5 X Y Q . , x ' , I X six Q X :SX W R 4 , ' x ' aj. , I h gi 7, , 4 x f ' an W ff 1 , Y ' A , Q J 'X I V I 1 '9 W My A I 3 , 5.31 Q I n fx, I K Triple Exposure SENIOR HI Y Every Monday at the Y M C A the Senlor H1 Y of S H S meets It IS composed of junlor and sen1or boys who have a platform of Clean l1v1ng clean speech clean athletlcs and clean scholarshlp At each meet1ng the boys enjoy a supper prepared for them by glrls from the Y W C A After the meal IS over a buslness meet1ng IS held whrch IS followed by a guest speaker Vocatlonal top1cs character bulldlng and travelogues are glven by the speakers whlch are both educatlonal and enjoyable to all Soclal events for the year lncluded a JOIHI meerlng w1th the H1 Trl on February 12 the annual meetlng at the home of Mr Lyle B Wllcox and a basketball game w1th the Rock Falls H1 Y JUNIOR W1th the1r advlsors Mr Brandau and Mr Terhune freshmen and sophomore boys d1SCLlSS manners parllamentary rule and problems of youth Meet1ngs are held every two weeks on Monday nlght and conslst of a potluck supper followed by a program of general d1scuss1on or a specral speaker Dllflflg the wlnter the boys held a skatlng party at the Bayou and were cntertamcd royally by the jun1or H1 Tr1 of the school at a party held 1n the hlgh school gym RURAL Another branch of the H1 Y organlzatlons IH S H S IS the Rural H1Y group Meetlng every Tuesday noon Wlth Mr Twardock and have a general d1scuss1on and a buslness sesslon The organlzatlon was founded for the benefit of the boys of S H S who cannot attend the regular meet1ngs of the other H1 Y clubs Every SIX weeks the members have a gym day at whlch they engage ln basketball and other sports Ar other meetlngs the club IS entertalned by a SEN IOR On December I and Z two boys from the organ1zat1on attended the twenty slxth annual Older Boys Conference at Wheaton They were Paul Young and Leland DHVIS The con ference IS held for the purpose of furtherrng good fellowsh1p among boys and had as IES central theme thls year subjects on educatlon for world affalrs Panel dlscusslons on propa ganda 1nternat1onal and government relatlons and other subjects of 1nterest were d1SCLlSSCd under the gu1dance of varlous leaders AdVISOTS for the club were L B W1lcox and E E Small and officers were Ray Pettlt DYCSI dent Lyle Geetlng Paul Harshman, and Bob Easley VICE presldents, Cla1r Book secretary and Charles Mason treasurer HIY Members DeVere Leonard Rlchard Fluck and Edw1n Browne had the pr1v1lege of attendxng the boys conference held at Wheaton on De cember 1 2 In the spr1ng the boys enjoyed several over nlght h1kes where they cooked the1r own meals and took the1r early sprlng d1ps 1n the creek The officers ID the club were DeVere Leonard pres1dent Ed Browne V1CCpI'CS1dCI'lf and Tom Welton secretary treasurer HIY speaker Some EODILS that were dlSCLlSSCCl were personal appearance HVIHIIOD fore1gn lands occupatlons Thanksgrvlng athletlcs and re Soclal events of the year were a steak fry and a party at the Y cab1n and a luncheon for Mr and Mrs Pyles on Aprll 4 at the hlgh school Club oflicers for the year were pres1dent jlm W1nk, VICC pres1dent Harold Stelner, secretary Orvllle Wade, and treasurer Kelth Smlth HIY Row III Mr Young Chas Geyer Ward Dlllon Cla1r Book Ray Pett1t Mr Small Bob Wolf Elw1n Duhm Bob Sler Row II Bob Castendyck Earl Dahlgren Lyle Geetmg Paul Young Erw1n Rldge Rowl Wayne Andreas Sanford Mrtchell Ncll Foulds 1m Rankln Leland Dans Chas Mason JUNIOR HI Y SrANnwG Tom Welton DeVerc Leonard Mr Leonard jamcs Langsford Dean Dahlgcrn Nerl Puckctt Earl Nelson Kenneth Rertzel john Ahrens Roland Kelsey Mr Pyles SITTINL1 EdWlD Browne Ed Radke Chas Conrad Mr Brandau Mr Terhune B1llC1cs D1ck Brertwelser Kelth Brown RURAL HI Y Rowl Cec1l Wade B1llBuck1ngh1m can Knox Byron Long Mxrxm Harms Mr Twardock Row II Wayne. Bowcrs Waync Frlcdrjchs Harold Stclner Orxal Wadc Bob Orlowskx Kenncth Harms ames Wxnk Kelth Smlth Row III Harvey McFalls George Reltzel Harold Krcxder Drck Camps james Beatty james Rert cl Mr Young S 1. cnty zhrcc T D n s U 0 cl , ' n I I 1 1 1 - ' ' Y? ' . . . , 1 Y ' . . v . . V , . . . O ' 1 - - 1 1 ' 1 n . I I I Y. 1 ' I 9 I - , , U . . . . . . ,I , i 7 Y . , 1 I 1 ' 1 ' . . I 1 1 Y I 1 I I I I I I I 1 . I I I 1 I I u , T T 0 . . . . .4 . . Q y. . . y . . , ' 1 1 1 ' Mr. Ralph Pyles, the boys eat the1r lunches, llglOD. Y . . U U . , . . I T I I .. T I . , g T I 1 I ' 1 I 1 I 1 I1 ' ! 1 I I 4 . 1 -I II ' , I . I . . ' .I BI A TIII I I Y ' I II I I 1 II V I I 1 4 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I'A A I If' I . 1 1 - 1 - I 1 - 1 Ilv I L, 2 . '. Y b . ', .y , ' ,. ., . Y . 11 1 -. . , W I I I I I Y I I T Il :-, . . 'K-1 ., 1 ,WS ...la L X 4 .. . f Q 'S xx K Q9 I.. 1 mg .wan 7 f 1 sit, 4 t X . 1. 5 , . M -ff-4 9 ' X! 'ra EY Sf? U ' S- 4 2 ff 4, A y Q . ,V , WXL . l 1:1 Flash! ght Photos of F F A Under the adxisorshlp of Mr Tw ardock the Sterling F F A chapter had a xery successful year Lester acobs president, Wayne Friedrlchs xlcepresldent, Kenneth Harms secretary and ason Hopkins treasurer were officers the first semester wrth im Wink vleepresident and IIN Beatty reporter the second semester After judgtnv twenty five retail cuts of meat the meat team placed first in the state contest Individuals placed were Kenneth Harms first, George Rertzel second, and Wayne Friedrlchs third In the national meat yudfunv contest at Kansas City the team received fn t place Harold Steiner substituting for Wayne Fuedrichs because the latter was ineligible due to previous com petition received second place George Reitzel fifth, and Kenneth Harms ewhth Roy Beck George Reitzel and jim Wink won at the sect1onal dairy contest and went to the State Eighth place in the mdnidual contest went to George Reltzel There the team won also so that they went on to the national at Kansas City In the natronal contest Roy Beck received third place and the team were national champions A nrst place was secured by Ray lvlellott Harold Steiner and Francis Grlowskl IH the state grain Judging competrtion In individual Steiner fourth First place was held by Lester acobs III the 1nd1v1dual state milk Judging competition and Marvin Harms Lester acobs and asonHopk1ns placed fifth as a team The poultrx team recelxed thirteenth place and Paul Hague and 1m Beatty were the team members The boys attended the International Livestock Show in Chicago and the F F A banquet at Kansas City Wayne Frledrlehs represented the Sterling chapter at the sectional public speaking., contest His talk was on Sail Erosion On February 21 the fifth annual banquet of the F F A w as held at the Coliseum Dusty Miller from Wilmington Ghlo was the speaker Emblems were awarded to Kenneth Harms, Harold Steiner Ray Mellott, 1111 Wink Roy Beck, Francis Grlowski and George Reitzel for outstanding achievements Several F F A members have established fine herds of livestock as a result of their proiect work Warren and Wayne Frledrichs have some fine Holstein dairy cattle which have won numerous first places at fans George Reitzel has also done equally well mth Jersey cattle Clarence Strock ason Hopkins and jim Wink have established fine herds of purebred swine The chapter invited Tampico, Morrison and Rock Falls F F A chapters and entertained them at a jamboree Sterllnv Future Farms sponsored a Rural H1 Y organization at the Y M C A Rrlph Pyles was the leading spirit behind this chapter tn Wink was president, Harold Steiner v1ee presl dent, Grvllle Wade secretary, and Keith Smlth, treasurer Lester acobs and Kenneth Harms represented the Sterling chapter at a State Gfficers Training Camp at Springfield in September The Aggies had basketball and blseball teams which competed successfully w ith Morri son Rock Falls and DIYOII Roy Beck was captain of both teams PIC TURI: I George Ren cl Roy Beck nn Wink Mr Tw trdock PICTURE II Row I jim Rert el Harold Krelder Lester icobs Harxex Iv1eF1lls nn Berttv Bob Hults Clarence Strock Roy Beck ack Drury Row II Waxnc Frredrlchs Horace Snltchler Kenneth N1 mon Kenneth Hxrms Hlrold Steiner Rxy Ivlellott Orxllle Wrcie Bob Reechcr IIH Wink I-ow III Ru Orlowskl George Mlnon Mrrxin Htrms Row IV lson Hopkins I xul H tguc Bill BllLlxlIlf.,l'1ll'H Bob Wolf Ixclth Smith Row V XX une Biuer Rn Blble D 1Ie lvlus clmln Ccne Knox Bxron Lon Frxncrs Ollow ki PICTURE III Kenneth Hxrms NXIaxne Frledrlchs George Reit cl Harold Steiner S 1 ntw e C O I O X 7,1 1 ' V - 1 X I F . . . . , . ,. g , . , K Y V 5 I - . 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Our next candid shot is an indoor photo of those responsible for leading cheers and yells at all football and hasketlaall games. This year Viola Nester, Helen Myers, and Harriet Kidd, as senior cheer leaders, were always right there to keep the spirits ofthe student hody and the 3 1 7 .1 fl athletes high. The girls wore attractive uniforms of hlue flannel culottes, gold sweaters and hlue satin jackets with gold lapels. Beverly Anderson, Vivian Vlflolf, Betty lVlcComlas, and Grace Kayadas were the students choice of under-classmen cheer leaders. Athletes N ot I Actzon x Portraying the laest in sportsmanship and line athletics were the laoys who made up the S Clula Thex won either a major oi a minor letter 111 some sport at S H Q Sports in xx hich they could win letters xxcre footlaall haskcthall track, cross country, golf or tennis Chief camera men in the organization this year were president, nn ones, xicc president, llll Brown secretary treisuier Boh Easley ln the fall the 9 Qluh with the G A A jointlx sponsored the Hoinecorninxv dance parade and ceremonies at the stadium with Rav Pettit ind Marx' Wilheria as co chairmen On April 2 the lnnual sprintf banquet was held at the Coliseum Eddie Anderson head tooth all coach at lowa Unix ersity Nile KlI1I1lelx the xeir s IUOSI outstandinxf foothall plaxer trick coach George Bresnahan and lrxlc Wolf former S H Q trick stat xxcre special guests and speilccrs it the occ ision ii Row L1 Ice lX1Xlkll'a xi 1 o lcxci x nccrsmn lttx lx ck om as Sicoisn Row Hclcn Nlxcis Xioli lxcstcr H nnct lxicc OI Row ou c u ut 1 cr ncns c o t c c :ou t ci x uns u wa n rtoNnRoxx Nl lccrt l' l t c 3 t t An cus Lconud VU Anchci mc: wo lf ist man Row H S ont oocx nr c nc xt im N t vnu Dillon B h tl: ll :cn 1 C llac nam Row O Hinshcreci c rt icr t R I7 Nhumz cr ucll 1 u c ox c ci lx c ts in low c c c o cs o c r 1 c Sni 1 B lmllcssci :xiii Row o ooc x nt oot x 1 cm I 1 run r c lelc lvl H mogcxetn N Boeott l' How in c B c Sctcntx sn X l Y 1 x . 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S. has the band organization been more active than in 1939-40. During this year the group played at all the football ganles and a number of the hasketball contests. During the halves at foot- ball games at the Stadium hand members dis- played skill in letter formations alld marching routines They also marched IU the Home coming and Armistice Day parade and played at a Grange meeting and downtown at Christmas for the unveiling of store windows Gn March I5 the band appeared ln a public concert under the direction of bandmaster Richards Ar this concert many interesting selec tions were rendered lI1ClLld1I1U Mr Richards own splendid composltlon Blue Dc rl Mauritius This nl lrch has already brought much fatlle to Mr Richards and S H S is indeed fortunate to haxe him as its band director In the district band contest at Mcarrison on March 9 the band received first division rating and a recommendation for the state contest. Besides the group as a whole, the trombone quartet composed of julia Heida, Doris Abel, Marion Eade, and Mary Anne Hammelman placed first. Another group, the brass sextet, composed f acque Sterenberg tromboneg Clarence Strock and Harold Stone trumpet, Paul Young French horn, and Ed Bowers and Gerald Keller Bass horn brought home top rating The cornet trio Clarence Strock Harold Stone and LaVerne Hoener was also a winner Several soloists distinguished themselves at the contest by bringing back first division laurels They were ulla Helda acque Sterenberg and Doris Abel trombones, Clarence Strock atld Harold Stone trumpets Paul Younv French horn, and Ed Bowers bass horn Don Kyger was president of the band Robert Breidlng vice president, and Mary Ann Ham melman secretary treasurer ORCHESTRA Another outstanding musical orglnization in S H S is the orchestra Also under the dlrec tion of Mr Richards this Uroup has presented several programs all of which have been enjoyed This year Mr Dean Ball joined the faculty of S H S to supervise the stringed instrument section Mr Ball received his training at the Sherwood Conservatory of Music in Chicago atld has studied under Mr Leopold Foederl head of the Violin Conservatory at Vienna and concert master of the Vienna Philharmonic Grchestra He plays first XIOIIH with the Rock ford Symphony Orchestra at the present time outside of his teaching duties During 1939 40 the orchestra played for the senior play on November 30 and December I the F F A banquet the S Club banquet of April Z and the senior conference of April 11 In the spring the group presented a musical concert with the Robed Choir The officers of the orchestral group were Gertrude Fine, president, acquellne Vertrees vice president and Clarence Strock secretary treasurer HARD RowI Bill McN1nch Iohn Hunsherger Cferild Keller Dwight lwiortensen Fly Ewhlnk Pllll Young Row II Plullni Blk r eln Wigitls Beltx Cl'llfUl'WcfIlIl Mlrjorie Cxllffblhgel' Betty H I.elVonne Mc'NIe1l une Desmond Arlene Eldred Betty Ague Zelnll Zlgler une Olson Row III eln A lnls MITXIII Brewer I.uclll Burr Don Thome Lelind Dlxis Mxrrlt Frit lek C hlpflllll lson Hopkins Hlfkty Riser inles Andrews 'wir Richlrds ohm Ac uns Wlrrell Kyger Gcrlldine Shore WIIIHI Colts Igxelyn Linton Dorothy Wlrcl Cmertrude Fine Viola INester Row IV jean Know Crene H lrshmin Mary Wilbertl Lilli H1 Hooxer Phyllis C,veer Bob Breiding Don Kyger Ex elyn Myers Bexerly Wise ohn Eade Bud Annlng Betty Fuxlkner Doris Scott Dorothy McKee Audrea Tlrner Fllen Hlskell Mlrjorie Llngc Row V Dick R lnk Leon Gould Ed Bowers Art Nielxllle Pllll ohnson Doris Brittnn LUTFIIIIL Wolf julia Heidi Doris Ahle Clnr Book Mlry Anne Hitnmelnlan Bill Smith R llph one Nichol is Becker M lri in I: ld ow XI Mlrtin Doernlln Bdlfllll Se llc er Lllrence Stroc Hlrolc Stone I ixcrne lencr I lul H ll'bl"lIlllIl Don Ford Bill C s GRC HPSTRA iw I ght Niortenson B d C sens Chirles c e c H1 orrnne o e x Faulkner ww II 5on Thome I' xllls S lnnon Mr Ric If Bel cl Loo A lene cre Is lriln '-X ihlugh icqueline Yer rees Wilnll Colts Xexll inton ertruce ine Don Kyger I-d Bowers INIIYXHI Brewer Warretl Kxger ow III lu oung is whlnk INlek Becker uI1H1 1 leqllc terenlerg B1 McN1ntl C llrence Strock H irold Stone I lul H lrshinln Stl nh run . . 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ROBED CHOIR Chief among the vocal organlzatrons of the school 1S the Robed Choir which rs dlrected by Mr Stryker The group met Mondays and Wednesdays the fourth perlod The Choir sang in two school assemblies and at other school functions such as the senior conference on April 11 and at the graduation ceremony on une 4 The first public appearance of the year was made at the Senator Nye Banquet which was held on February 13 After this the group was in great demand They entertained the P T A and Federation of Women s Clubs with several selections They also sang at one union service of the Sunday Evening Club and at the Easter Sunrise Service ln May the choir presented a spring concert with the orchestra at which they gave a special rendition of Johann Strauss Tales from Vienna Woods Several soloists as well as the group itself were entered ID the district contest at Morrison judges commended the fine musical feeling and professional impressions of the group and the chorlsters came home with a first division rating Two sololsts received the same honor Th were Lorraine Wolf alto and julia Hel soprano The singers also ent e the s vocal music contest Officers ID the organization w e e G president and Annamae H su treasurer BOYS GLEE CLUB he oys glee lu was composed of male appearances of th C th oys singing J lqjth ChOlf group At several came near steallng the h lrLfgZrf5fWfw AA Shrrlcy Bell Marian Noxak lrcnc Schncidcr xcquclmc Vcrtrces Lorrunc Miller rf tyolt Brooks Mirgcry Wolf fp, f ND Row Arlcnc Burns Betty Bcrlcr Ruth Hcilcncr Virginia Dccts Dorothy ansscn pffk Cvladys Gottcl Betty Chambcrlun q Hooxcr Clorl 1 Piulson ROBED CHOIR TOP Row Hclcn Koster Orxille Wide Dxle Gasklll Harold Wade Lee lcnkms Paul Harshman Edwin Bowers Wavne Friedrichs jacque Sterenberg Charles Mason William WOOdflUg SEcoNn Row julia Heida Frances Anderson Elizabeth Oltmanns Pat Behrens Lorraine Wolf tcqucllne Vcrtrecs Betty Martin Barbara Bell Doris Finch Henrietta Sterenberg Truim Row Mariann Birch Myrtlc Fritz Marian Graff Bcrnlce Hammelman Charlotte Carl Alice Burns Dorothy McKee Orll Bctts Lillian Hoover FOURTH Row Audrci Tarncr Doris David Cecil Wade Lyle Gceting Don Kyger Leland Book ein Colts Annunlc Hussung Mr Stryker BOYS CHORI S Top Row Willilm Woodring Paul Hirshman Lcc cnkins Hrrolcl Wlclc Dllc Caskill Wiyne Friedrlchs Edwin Bowers QFCOND Row Orvillc Wxd jicquc Stcrcnbcrg Don Kygcr Lclnnd Book Chlrles Mason Cccll Wtdc Lyle Gccting Erghtx - - 1 as - ' YY I . i . . . .i I . . .i . y y . . v - . v . - i 5 . . . . . . 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' y Y 4 -, J-1 I 1 ', 1 1 - " , . c . . 1 I A "1 V ' , 1 1: , 'c, 1 1 -, 1- "", 1 - '- 1'C,l' -f-- -, 'Y-, -1 ,f1 : ", 4 i g,-ff. ,gg 4 H' J .QL ,W t I 'B A 1 X , gi xi A ,Q as P g Q- f ' 113 .1 ' ,, , I , , F ,rw L'L,' Y 'i - 'A 3 W5 :M M ff 6 ik 1 1 g . 1", 3, Y W , . 3 ML E ' S Z , E 4 i Q , 5 N I ' It I , ,, Q ru ' f J s Q. ld Q U6 ' ix , I , gm ? ,,,, gf A f 51 1, ' w A f N j, in -QQ ,,,--f7- X, X R' X GM if I -fx, E f 1 Portrcwts Durlng the 1939 40 debate season a new scheme was tried by Coach Robbins that of having two separate first teams one composed of four boys and the other of four girls Both groups engaged 1D many debates The question under dlscusslon this year was Resolved that the federal government should own and operate the railroads of the United States The question proved to be very in terestlng and educatlonal to all who studied and debated lt The flrst encounter of the year was at Hinsdale on November 18 ID whlch mliced teams par ticipated in a non decision debate On De cember 7 the same teams engaged IH another practice debate at Rockford Two more such debates were held at the first of the year one at Calumet City on December 16 and one at Mendota in which the same teams agaln partlclpated All of these tournaments were small and were for the purpose of getting the teams IH practice for the real contests that followed The first detision debate tournament of the year was held at Wheaton College on January Z6 and 27 ID whlch the boys team participated The debaters who took the trip were Bob Casten dyck Herman Walck Gordon Behrens, Bob amlson Paul Harshman and Albert Mac klovsky The boys dld not do so well ID thls of Omtors debate but the trip proved profitable by lncreas mg thelr knowledge of the question At Augustana College the first tournament for the girls was held on February 2 3 The S H S debaters were Barbara Fllnn Marion Palmer Janie Bartel and Barbara Bell The final tournament for the season was held at Coe College on February 8 9 and 10 Herman Walck Bob Castendyck Gordon Behrens and Bob Jamison represented S H S in this debate On March 14 the Rotary Club of Sterllng played host to four of the debaters who discussed the question for them In this debate the affirmative was upheld by Herman Walck and Gordon Behrens w1th Barbara Flinn and Bob Castendyck as their worthy opponents The girls team had a debate March 25 on the question for a local sororlty In this C1lSCLlSSlOD Barbara Bell and janle Bartel debated affnrma tively and Marlon Palmer and Barbara Fllnn upheld the negative slde of the question The decision was given in favor of the negative The Debate Club was composed of all persons who went out for debate during the year ls oflicers were Bob Castendyck presldent, Barbara Fllnn vice president Bob jamlson secretary and Gordon Behrens business manager Several meetings were held at whlch the members dis cussed future plans for the club and for the new debaters who would enter in the spring DEBATE FIRST Row Marlin Palmer Birbira Bell Paul Hlrshmm Gordon Behrens Herman Walck Bobjxmlson Mr Robbins Sit oNn Row Barbara Flmn anne Birttl Bob Clsttndycle Albert lvlatloxskx INDIXIDUAIS FIRSl'11UXN Bob C mtntlytlx Mr Robbms Htrmm Wnltk Srtomn Row Bob -llflllbklll Cordon Bthrtns Eighty thn . . ' . Y o D ' 1 s 1 ' c , . mt y C an a - s ' . . . 1 1 1 , . . . . . . . 7 . . . i. . X I ' C ' Q , Y - a 7 , . , T c c' 4 z T . , c 4 c Y . . . . , . . ' ' c . f Y . . , .i. . .i , . . . ' v ' y v 9 4 . f . i , . v v ' J s y ' ' X I n 3 ' 1 . . J' ' . - 1 1 -, 1 11 f, ' 1 ' 1 , ', 1 ' , 1 ' , . '. B - V7 . 1. ,-J. 2 .y L: . f' 1 A 1 - V- Iv. -' Y Tr - 5 v-f ' . . 1 . . . ,.. , . , 1 . . k .1 r' V 1 ' , ' ' F. , - IU l .f 1 , .X ' cf . Pj 'J r lj -' N .JJ 5 NJ - U X xl J J - of the ' iorl cast, stag6"4rews axyi t ose inter d " dr aatics made up the Dr matacs Club h1 met on the bdand third X JWed1aesdaysf'?ff'eifxigxorath. 'cjlglr 1 Jfj 'Flies future thespaans strayed make-up, recti gf e,sett'inQs, plla rrghts, ad, mo e n play? Pla skyere agejlxugy menb rs for the club and Pier fo 5: public. In yl 'The Bislqspp adfthe Co ict," "The Neig s" and "Sa for the ing" wer present d for the genlirli publicf. omplete stu .nt direction, stage is my agem' ' and makeup werla. used. At one of the gs Miss Peterson lnstructed the c ub bers an the propky methods of stage make p Aft r her tallc the members trled tlrear ha s at the ar w 1th ma y wlerd and IIIICFCS ng esults Qffacers and co aamlttees for the year were X I X01 Presadent Don Church M Vlce President Lucllle Burr I - n K 5 ary A L X ' 1 J I x A I ' .1 X a X 1 J 1 ' 1 .4 ! s- J ENTERTAINMENT CQUMMITTEE Mariann Bir h-C airman Charlot e Gc etz Ruth Sa gl ey, ff Arden eller Lyle Gee g PR c:RAM CLUMMITTEE Bar r Flinn+Chairman ' lea oats Cveo ge Huber Jim Rankin P yll1sSh non MEMBERQHIP 1 a B own Chairman elen yers P tBe ens E rl Bruggeman Busaness Manager Vlola Ne er Mass u ltr and Mass olner w cre sponsors of Product1onManagcr BobS1c thc club and gaxe asslstance whenevcr the Qecretary 'acquelanc ertrees SIL ents struck a rut Home Economzcs CZ b Approxlmately forty glrls comprased the mem bershlp of the Home ELODOIDICS Club under the darectlon of Mass Neff and MISS Strauch The group dascussed personallty appearance and manners, and had speakers and demonsrra taons ln the fall a candlellght ceremony was hcld and ncw members w ere lI1lIl'1ICCl At Chrlstmas IIIUL thc 'annual Chrastmas party was hcld Thc thlrd social evcnt was the pot luck suppcr at whlch a question box was the center of anterest In the boac were the girls qucstaons regardlng dates and boy glrl relationships Several of the membcrs attended the DISITILI Home Economacs Rally Day at Savanna Town shlp Hlgh School on April 27 Here the garls learned what the other home economics clubs an the state were ClOll1g This was the first of such conferences to be hcld and seven dastrlcts werc represcntcd Thc glrls attended many 111 terestlng meetlngs and were serx ed lunch by the host school Thc club for 1939 40 was hcadcd by prcsadent oycc Cl ark xace prcsldcnt Bcx crly VanDcMarlc secrct ary Mlldred Ottcn, and treasurer Mary Alace Butterfield DRAMATIC CLUB BAch Row Marlann Barch Ruth Weltora Hclen Mycrs qanford Mltchcll IIN Brown Bob Phalaps Barbara Fllflli Mcaraan Allabaugh Row Il Bctty Gchrlng ean Coats Clorna Waters loycc Cl ark Bcxealy VanDcM ark Mass oancr Mass Burrltt Ruth Sangrcy Lorralnc Wolf lclllllli Hooxcr Phxllls qhannon ROW III Charlotte. Cvoct Vaola Ncstcr Bob qacr ILQULIIDL Vcrtrccs I.llk.lllL Burr Don C halrch M argac Brown Mary Wxlbcrra Mary Ruth qc mrs ROW IV Lxlc c1LLflI'lg ana Rankin Gcorgc Hubcr Ardcn Dachlcr l' arl Bfllggcllllll Hcrnaan Walck HOME bf ONOMIC S BAch Row Bcrhcl Loos Bcttx Graham Mary Alycc BllffLl6LlLl lllflilfl llcll C1corg.,l ana lopc Exlccn Corrlgua Marlcnc Qchuldt Gladys Gottcl Row II Gladys Wcchslcr Charlotte. Clpp Arlcnc Wcclaslcr Mass Ncff Miss Struach Dorothy 'ichurt Arlcnc ll atlngcr lzbcttv C h alaabcal aan low Ill Bctty qhuldr C11 adas Moorc can Vlfxcgaaas Hclcn C1lc ason Cnorcaana MalWon1d lc annc QllllTLT Eaglatx jbur . Y. .A . . ti K JJ' - T J 1 1 K 7 Z' Xl . , a . T 1 kj " ! .L ' 1 I ' 7 . ' 1 l x ., . . . . , ' , -, c J. . ad 1 . . . . . n A . .A . , . , , . . . Y Y , n . Y . . . . , 1 1 s 1 s ' ' , . . , . . K 1 1 1 .1 1 P ' 7 7 ' , . . . K A 7 V K Q x . 1 1 1 1 ' K I K s L ' ' '. J yg f N J 1 ' , I L L. . . ,'. . ' , ,. . J ., . ,. r., .' . 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They were Sanford Mitchell, presi- dent, Barbara Flinn, vice-president, Arlene Karel, secretary, and Elda Robbins, treasurer After the business meeting a talk was given on Roman patriotism Several playlets followed in keeping with the Thanksgiving theme and an indoor field meet was held featuring some Latin games The club held its Christmas meeting on De cember 20 at which the members sang Christmas carols and were entertained by a play and a talk on the Roman Saturnalia followed by a social good time At a business meeting on February 19 challenge was drawn up to be presented to the French Club for a joint discussion on the subject U Peu Our moving camera man now travels Un Peu de Paris present in our high school jim Brown president, Lucille Burr secretary, and Mariann Birch treasurer were ofiicers in the French Club The club was composed of members of the three French classes and others ln school vt ho had completed two years of French Part of the club s activities were carried on in classes Bingo and other games were played in "Latin is of more value to the high school students than French," Entertainment for the evening consisted of a play, an original story, and a talk on the origin of St. Valentine's Day. All those present came in the regalia of a mytho- logical character and a prize was given for the best ones. On April 25 the Latin department of the high school presented a public program consisting of three parts. The first was in the form of a one act play "Ulysses " telling of the adventure of the mythological character when he reached the palace of Clrce It was presented by second third and fourth year students As the second phase of the program the members of the fresh man class gave the play Medica a story of the days of old Rome The presentation was climaxed by a pantomine Sculptors Prayer in which the upperclassmen portrayed many of the most famous statues of Roman characters and deities In the spring the club held its annual banquet for the members de Parts French while at Christmas time carols and French songs wcre sung in French At the beginning of the year the first year students were welcomed into the club with an initiation meeting The Latin Club challenged the French Club to a debate on the relative merits of the two languages This discussion was held at a joint meeting Plays and a social hour were a part of this meeting LATIN CLUB IN COSTUME Ln crne Hoener Tom Welton james Coats Elda Robbins To? Row Fay Ewbank Robert Stexens Paul Hcrmann john Ahrens Bob Hult Gordon Behrens Marvin Brevser Arthur Wildman Keith Smith Edwin Browne Jack Chapman Row II Gene Knox Margie Andrews Helen Lea Hansen Fern Allen ean Coats Mariann Birch Doris Scott anet Cross ulia Helda Ellene Long Marian Birdsall Dorothy Ann Lewis oanna Prentlss Betty Darnell Row III Doris Overholser Bctty Martin Barbara Flinn Sanford Mitchell Arlene Karcl Miss oiner Lillian Bernstein oan Killian anlce Little LaVonne McNcil jean Hoffman Row IV Ruth johnson Marian Palmer Gerildinc Shorc Mixinc Rosenow Ruth Heilener une Bell Irene Bushman Ellcn Haskell Norma Landis Vivian Wolf Marian Wclkcr FRENCH CLUB TOP ROW Neil Puckctt John Q Adams Don Ford Don Powcll ohn Pl itt ROW II Miry Wllbcrri Bob Cistcndyck Ruth Welton Blrbirl Flmn Mirlon Boone. Pltricli Prince Audrci Tarncr Gcrtrudc Finc c in Bcatty can Allsopp M iry Andrcvns Myrtlt Frit Row III Lucillc Burr jim Brown Bob Philips Marunn Birch Miss Sthick Dorothx Pt H5011 Helcn Lca Hansen Ch irlottc Goctz Ruth Ann Cistcndyck Bctty GLDTIIIQ, Phyllis Shmnon Jll'lI'llI'l Woodyatt ROW IV Ward Dillon Don Church Chls Cvcvcr Pllll Young, Bob Grlcsscr Bill Hlglund Cvcorgc Rcit cl Danicl Boonc Row V Lee jcnkms Robcrr Broscox ik Eighty su ' 1 v . , , 1 y - ' ' ' KC ' ii V 9 ' ' ' ll Y 79 ' Y . , . 0 f IO , H .,, . . . . . ' . X . Y . . , V Y , . . y, - . - . ' . I s u y 1 - 7 , - ' , ' ' . , Z. . 7 . . . . -, Y i I , , - - , ', , ,I , , ,J 'ul , , , ,J -, - T Y x J 5 x 1 K xv ii J , ,J ,I , -, . I ! Y Z F J! 2 x 1 V J Y 2 , X Y L . .v . , . . , ,g A ' -, . ' u , ml 1 . 1 2 ' - , 1' - ' , ' , 1 zz ' , 1' -, 1 'z V .1 1 ,, . , ,Ju .K J., K, V 1 . ,A-, , , Z. ' I , r H 4 2 . 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L , Y , - yi G Wm -.19 X QL paw R' JM' Eight EM is ,lf 1 xr r R Tl?" iv v-,A . x ,. fi Asa f Roman Cfmzus Instead of thcrr usual klnd of banquet thc Latln Club lnauguratcd a ncw and novel ldea They held a Roman Clrcus ID thc gym on May 19 The gymnaslum was turncd lnto a repllca of the Clrcus Maxlmus Down the center was the spma or wall on whxch the Judges sat and passed thelr oplnlons on the VHTIOLIS contests The club ofhcers Marte Vogel Ruth Welton Marlann B1rch and Mary Anna Turnroth took the part of judges and occupled the seats of honor Bob balm was master of ceremon1es and announced all the events ln Latln from an anclent Roman scroll An lmpresslve DTOCCSSIOH began the events The officers led the processlon followed by the chorus llctors the hlgh prlest and hls attendants the vestal vlrglns and then a group of Roman maldens These were followed by the con testants Those who ran foot races were Frank l1n Schnoor james Beatty and Harold Stelner discus throwers Bob ,lamlson Bull I-laglund and ohn Platt wrestlers Bob Grlcsser and Ronald Rank gladlators George RLI1llLlx and Clarcncc Strock charlot racers Edwln Brown and Russell Babel The Judges gave thelr declslons although they could hardly stop laughlng at several lncrdents whlch occurred One of the drscus throwers threw hls discus out the open wlndow and thc charlots used ln the races were motor scoots The thlrd year students Sanford Mltchell Bob Pl11llpS 11m Brown Marjorle john Arlene Sha1ble gave the play Catrllnran Consplracy and another play Pyramls and Thlsbe was presented by Elda RObb1HS Gordon Behrens and Jack Chapman After a short talk by Mr Eades supper was eaten amid much merrlment and laughter amor Senior Prom Our album opens to brmg famlllar scenes of yesteryear w1th shots of the JLIDIOT Senlor Prom The class of 40 gave a formal dance for the class of 39 on May 13 1939 at the Sterllng Club Leola Hunsberger as general chalrman w1th able class asslstants was responslble for the beautlful sprlng decoratlons and or101nal floor show Charley Moore s orchestra furmshed the muslc Naoml Benters Sanford Mltchell Barbara Fhnn, Lyle Hall, Mary Ruth Sears, Charles Geyer Ruth Welton jrm Brown june FYYSIDELF Lyle Geetlng Charlotte Goet and Ward Dlllon lntroduced a new dance the Chestnut Tree as a part of the floor show Charles Geyer as presldent of the class and the king of the Prom crow ned the queen Ruth Welton chosen by the student body Ruth Walker Ray Pettlt Anna mae Hussung Wayne Andreas Mary Ruth Sears Lyle Hall Charlotte Goetz and Ward Drllon the1r attendants led the grand march Ezghtg nmc 0 . . c 7 ' c x . . 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' v v 1 ' v 1 . . 1 ' x ' Z' Spectacular Shots of Sprmg Dance A d1sh of the dex eloper rs added and we see before us 1 x lxfrd preture of the SLIIIOI Class Play Erwhty students of the Scnror class engaged rn 1 scrles of tryouts 111 order to drscox er those who h 1d actlng abrlrty After much drseussron the folloxxrng c 1st was chosen Th1s group of actors presented Sprrng Dance Alex Benson Sam Thatch Mady Platt Sally Prescott The Lrpprncott john Hatton Kate McKrm Frances Fenn Walter Beckett Buclc Buchanan Doc Boyd Mrss Rltchre Mlldred I.lIC1ll6 Burr S 1nford Mrtehell Vrola Nester Helen Myers Donald Church Lyle Cveetrng Barbara Flrnn Marrar1 Allabaugh Herman Walck Charles Creyer Earl Bruggeman Patncra Behrens Leola Hunsberger by Phrhp B1rry Sprrng Dance IS a three 1ct comedy prcturrng lrfc rn an eastern grrls school It rs full of the humor and problems that can be found xx hcnever 1 bunch of young grrls get together The pl1y was presented to the rest of the school rn 1 dress rehearsal on the afternoon of November 29 and txxo evenrnxf performances xxere presented for the general publrc on November 30 and December 1 The exeeutrxe staff xvas responsrble for the produetlon of the play and dld a Job that xx as on a par xx rth the excellent actrng of the east xfxffiffl V THE ExECt1Trxc STAFF Drrector Mrss Burrrtt Asslst 1nt Drrcctor M ssjomer Productlon Man rger Ruth Welto11 Strgc Manager Bob Sger Assrstants rm Ranlern Char s Grrmcs George Huber Ralph H1dden Property Manager rm Br oxx n ASSISKHDIS BobPh1l1ps Ma1vWrlbern Charlotte Goetz Costume Manager Mary Ruth Sears Assrstants Ruth Sangrey Margre Broxxcn, Do lores Knlght Stage Set and Scenery Mlss Goette Mr Trmmons Malee Up Mrss Westor1 Mlss Peterson Treket Sale Mr DeVoe Lucrlle Burr played the part of a glfl vxho had found one Sanford Mltchell xxho xx 1sn t afrard of her The only trouble xx IS that hc xx as about to embarle or1 1 trrp to Russla xxrth hrs cynrcal roommate Do111ld Church Her schoolmates Barbarl Flllill Vrola Ncster Mar11n Allabaugh and Helen Myers along xx rth sex er1l boys Lyle Geetlng Charles Geyer and Earl Bruggeman xxho were there for the dance consplred to get hrm to stay rn the Unrted States xx here he be longed Herman Walck acted as the drgnrfrecl professor Pat Behrens the house mother, and Leola Hunsberger as the mard SE TIOR PXLAY Y 311. lc be 1 1111 1 llrb gh bu orc lx rtchell lcucrllc Burr ljUI1ilelcl'llllLh X C ITUYIQ Cxoctzc lwlugrc L ll lxlrrx Wlllelll Do Ulcs lx111g1t IIN Broxxn K co Q., uber ob ljlfhps rmcs R111 1 lxur Srngrcx C h1rlcs Cmrrmcs Mux lxuth Se rs R1lpbl"l'l1dd 1 Ruth Wcltc 1 lglll lsfilll rsbcrgyr MUJII Allll3lLlf.,X Helen Mxcrs Volt 'Xlcstcr Bul ll H lun ll Burk Nrnctg 1 . 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'5 3 - ' Q' z -, j " " l, 1 2' ,, x j x'- it j ' ' A 1 Class Will Norman Bogott will my curly hair to ohn Ahrens Marian Boone proffer my ability and loxe for dancing to Lee enklns Bob Brelding decree my solo chair in thc clarinet section of the orchestra to Don Kyger Doris Brittaln bequeath my varied musical abilities to Fay Ewbank Helen Brown offer the honor of being teased by Mr DeVoe to Ellen ane Walllck ames Brown proffer my qLl'lllIlL.b of thc all around boy to my brother Kclth Margie Brown bequeath my slow nature to Dorothy Janssen Earl Bruggeman will my slovan of being small but mighty to Bob Wolf Frances Burkett offer my Southern accent to Lillian Whitford Lucille Burr proffer my ability and devotion for dramancs to Mariann Birch Dick Camps bequeath my mtercst in agri culture to Clarence Strock Charlotte Capp will my blonde hair to Daniel Boone Bob Castcndyck decree my oratorlcal and DLISIIILSS ability to Gordon Behrens Rodney Chambcrlain offer my papcr routc to Tommy I-Ilnz Donald Church proffer my dexlltry and sense of humor to Tom Bogaard to Fern Allen Bill Crowley present my wandcr lust to cc Morrufla Otho Cross will my Orin in English class to Marvin Schrader Cvlenys Cullen decree my unusual looks Pat Prince Earl Dahlgren offer my carncst attitude. Doris Overholser Rose Daulton decree my musical 'xgglc Doris Welker Doris David profiler my athletic ability Lois Walters Ward Dillon bcqueath my handsomcncss and physique to Ixeith Benson ohn Drury offer my scnsc of humor to Mcrrill Church ohn Eide prcsent mx loxc for drixin Tom Welton Bob Easlcy will my fine shoxxinf on the athletic field to Kcnnard Hunsbcrr cr Continued Belva Ebersole dccrce my loxely curly hair to Betty Martin Charles Eclccl bcqucath my shop ability to Dick Rohrcr Waylic Eldrcd bequcath my hcl ht to Pllll Corbin Betty Faulkner hand down my place in band to jim Wirik DOTIS Finch proffer my ability to Guard in basketball to Lillian Bernstein Barbara Fllllll offer my unusual capacity for acquiring I1lLlxI1 imes to Ruth Ann Castcndyck Donald Ford present my swift feet IH Cross Country to ack Chapman Edwin Friday will the name of Tiger to Don Laible Myrtlc Fritz decree my vocal talents to Barbara e Mary Gammon bequeath my locker trouble to Lorena Coleman Dale Gaskill hand down my flying fingers on the typewriter to Dick Havener Lyle Gecnnv offer my cotton top tc Tafolla Charles Cvcycr proffcr my ability to lc ld to freshman class prcsldcnt Dan Troyc Charlotte Goctz present my populirity and Gay personality to Betty Cvehrmv Vernon Gottel xx ill my loxe for dance bands to Bill Haglund to Lcatha D ly George Criffith bcqueath my intercst in world history to Pllll Weyratich Charles GTIHTCS hand down my Wllllla ncss to help to Arthur Wildman Donald Haag offer my conxersational iblllty IH En llsh to Charles Burkett Bcrnicc Hammcllman proffer my position on thc honor roll to Ncllle Hill Mary Annc H immclman present mi, musical talcnt to Ilaulena Baker Keith Hammctt bcqueath my boxxlin rbility to Curt Grinzoxx Paul Harshman will my dcxotion to LlLl3'lflD 1 to Cccll Wiclc Alun Hcschcr dccrcc my dark hair md cycs to Kcnncth Hirms Ralph I-liddcn bcqueath my brilliincy chemistrx to Warreri Kvver Lillian Hooxcr hand down my nirurilly xx axy hair to jcin Bcatty Nui rx :ltr I . . 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I Lxrl' UL' I-4 Clafss W ill--Continued I Kenneth Howard, offer my polling ablllty and devotron to Bob Feldklrehner I George Huber, proffer my 'IIHIWIIIOI1 and frlend llness to Martm Doerm mn Leola Hunsberger, present my loxe for basleet bull to Marjorre Hurless C1 lrnet KOSICT I-4 L v-4 field to Lawrenee Fenner n-I Beverly Anderson Annamae Hussung vnlll my popularlty to Marjorle ohn deeree my brllllaney to une IIH ones, bequeath my ablllty on the football Arlene Karel, hand dow n my I-I'1CI1dlII1CSS to -4 I-4 I I I I I Vernlee Kavadas, bequeath my flymg flngers III typlng to IVIHYJOTIL Andrews Harrlet Kldd offer my positron as eheer leader to Betty MeCombs Dolores Kmght proffer my 'IIHDIIIOD to Helen Beeleer Helen Koster, present my falr halr and Slxlll to Dorls Seott Hlrold Krelder, wlll my Ae abllltles to ean Knox Evelyn LIDIOI1, bequelth my 'IIHDIIIOII and slneerlty to Betty Hreles Alverdl Long, deeree my PlL'lSlIIg personallty to Lorna Wltnaer Bethel I.oos, hand don n my ablllty to be good natured at all tunes to em Wlgg1l1S eatlon to Shlrley MeCo1nbs Charles Mangan, proffer my bowling talents to ason Hoplerns Kenneth Manon, present my lnterest III F F A to Wayne Frledrrehs Charles Mason, xxlll my fine xxorle IU I-I1 Y to DeVere Leon ard Howard Mlller deeree my m xthematleal mmd to john C1r1fIIth qanford Mltehell beque 1th my talent for Iliilxllig and leeeplng IITILHLIS to Dean Dxhlffren Die Musselmm hand doxx n mx devlltn to Chuele Conrad een Myers nlll INS ,I 1 mes I1 p nb m hyllls Qhannon M try MeC rx a offer my blonde h ur to G1 ldxs botrel Dorothy Melxee proffex my SIIIUIITU volee to Arlene Eatln-'er Nmerx fum I I I I I I I I I I I Betty McN1neh present my helght to Burdette Steadman Vlola Nester wnll my never endlnv pep to VIXIIHII Wolf Betty IXIOI'fl1lI'lgIOI1, deeree my poslnon ln the library to Mary Andrews Ellzabeth Oltmanns, bequeath my dex otlon to my ear to Glenn Ellmaleer Mlldred Otten h md dovs n my lnterest III home LLOIIUIIIILS to Anlta Ebersole Bob Propheter, proffer my Prlneeton Cllp to Phll Sehamp Ray Pettlt proffer my LI1g'lglHg scoxxl to Helen Lea Hansen Bob Phlllps present my good looks to Wayne Andreas Georglanna Pope wlll my abllltles ln basketball to Shlrley Bell Don Powell deeree my eaddylnv 1ob to Paul Hermann ames RHDLIII, bequeath my posrtlon at the eandy LOLIDILI' to Dale Pepper ohn Relgle, hand doxxn my PIIVSIQLIC t Ieelth qmrtla Vera Rleleer, offer my loxe for the IUOXILb to Dorothy Ann Lexus Ruth Sangxey, proffer my ablllty to mrlee I'-TILIILIS to Dorothy Hoener MeN1neh Mary Ruth Sears, deeree my danelng ablllty to anet Cassens Bob Qhaffer, beqreath my erlnlely SIHIIC to Blll Cles Evelyn Shalble proffer my brllhaney to Elsie Meter Fern Shontz offer my red harr to eanne Qurlter Dlclc Shurnalee present my gI'ldllOI1 1b1l1tv to Clqlf Boole Bo qler bequeltn nx ll'WIlIl'It,i as a str-ve manager to Leo Megll Bex erly Sltter deeree mx loxe of the slemnv Tllllx to Lols Bryant Bob Qllele bequeath nn peIsu1sneness to Dorothy Muthlee Henrietta Bterenbew xxlll mx loxe fo1 xolley l lll to ean H mffmrn T' 1-' 5-1 1 A 5--' I-I I.. 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