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CLUB 13,41, nMOTNER ll THE SHADOW", 'Hens Cones THE PRINCE", 'HUNT Mm- Nle Fnom MlNNESOTA", SECRETARY 151, EDQTOR OF News STAFF 141,GLee CLUB 1l,2,3,41, Home Ec. CLUB 13,41, ANNUAL STAFF 1l,2,31, STUDENT COUNCIL 12.31, G.A.A. 141, BAND 1l,2,3,41, DRAMATIC CLUB 1l,21'Mo- THER an THE SHADOW", "Hens Comes Tue!-Rance", 'Amana THE STARS", 'HUNT Mmnne FROM Manue- SOTA,n PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1l,2,51 GLEE CLUB 11,9 GoAoAo cl922394,D GYutl,2,3,, BASEBALL 1l,2,31, BASKETBALL 1l,2,31, VOLLEY BALL 1l,2,31 VARSITY 151. News REPORTER 15,41, News EDITOR 141, GLee CLUB 1l,3,41, Cnonus 111, ANNUAL STAFF 141, News STAFF 141, Pnes. DnAuATuc CLUB 141,Pnv- SICAL EDUCATION 11.21, Home Ec. CLUB 151, G. A.A. 141, BAno 1l,2,41, 'MOTHER an THE SMA- now", "Amor Mmnle FROM MlnuesoTA". GLEE CLUB 1l,2,5,41, Home Ec. CLUB 13.41, ANNUAL STAFF 141, G.A.A. 141,Dur MATIC CLUB 121, RMOTHERIN Tue SHADOW, RUTN REEL ------ HARLAN RENSHAI' JUNIOR ROSINET' LULA RUwE------ LEE Rav STORM ---- RUTH TATE ------ IRVIN TNouAs--- LINEL TNouAs--- KENNETH VULKUAN JAMESIWILLIAMS' LouosA WILLIAMS PRESIDENT 133, VlCE'PRESa or G.A.A 143, STUDENT COUNCIL 12,33, GLEE CLUB 1l,2,5,43, ANNUAL SrArr 143, HOME Ec. CLUB 13943, DRAMATac CLUB 123HMo- THER IN THE SHADOWW, WAUNT MINNIE Enom MINNE- SOTANB CHEER LEADER 12.43, GLEE CLUB 143, PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 123, DRAMATIB CLUB 12.43, SOFT8ALL12p3o43s 'MUTNER IN THE SHADOWW, 'HUNT MINNIE raou MINN' ESOTAHB GLEE CLUB 143, vac: PRESIDENT 143. DRAUATIC CL- U8 1l,2,43, SOFTBALL 12,3,43, BASKETBALL 12.33, 'MOTHER IN THE SHADOIH, 'AUNT MINNIE rnou Munn- ESOTAWQ 'AMONG THE STARSW. PRESIDENT 143, SECRETARY 1l3, VlCE'PRESlDENT133 GLEE CLUB 1l,2.3,43. Home Ec. CLUB 13,43 ANNUAL STAFF 12,3,43, G.A.A, 143, 0RAMATnc CLUB 1I,23, STUDENT COUNCIL 133: NMOTHER IN THE SHADOWua 'AUNT MINNIE Enom MINNESOTA'u vlcE-PRESIDENT 1I3, ORAMATIC CLUB 12s43anMOTHER IN THE SHAD0lna GLEE CLUB SECRETARY 143, G.A.A.143, Home Ec. CLUB 143?Mo- TNER IN THE SHADOWW, S0TA'B 'AUNT MlNNnE rnom MINNE- STUBENT COUNCIL 143,'GLEE CLUB 143,SOFT8ALL 1l, 2,5n43, 'SUSIE STEPS MINNESOTAWB 0UT', 'AUNT MINNIE FROM TREASURER 143, GLEE CLUB 143, 'AUNT MlNNuE FROM MlNNEsoTA'. 'Susue STEPS 0UT', SOFTBALL 1l,23. 'SECRETARY 123, GLEE CLUB 143, DRAMATIO CLUB12p 43, BASKETBALL 12,5,43, 'MOTHER IN THE SNABUUW, HAUNT MINNUE rnou MINNESOTANB CLASS PRESIDENT 11p23oGLEE CLUB 1l,23, Home Ee. CLUB 143pDRlUA' Tac CLUB 123, 'MOTHER lN THE SHADOWnB SENIOR CLASS WILLS WE, THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '40v KNOWING THAT TO TAKE OUR VAST STORE OF KNOWLEDGE, OUR GOOD LOOKS, AND OUR DESIRE TO BETHE VERY BEST OF STUDENTS, FROM OUR ALMA MATERa WOULD LEAVE IT A HOST UNWORTHY SCHOOL, WISH TO LEAVE THE AFORESAID QUALITIES TO THE STU' DENTS OF THE STRASBURG HIGH SCHOOL, THAT THIS SCHOOL MAY NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH. FoR THE ABOVE REASONS we MAKE, ORDAINa AND PUBLISH THIS LAST WHi.AND TESTAMEHT. LAWRENCE BIEHLER'A PRIVATE TELEPHONE AT SCHOOL TO RECEIVE HIS CALLS FROM STEWARDSON. VERL BRlDGES'0NE SPECIAL GIRL FRIEND SO ALL THE GIRLS WON'T PESTER HIM. RUTH CoX'A GIRL FRIEND S0 SHE WON'T HAVE T0 ACCOMPANY so MANY Tvs T0 SCHOOL. JANE HOOD'MORE SELF CONTROL IN ORDER NOT TO SHOW HER BISAPRGINTMENT WHEN SHE MAKES LOW GRADES. GAIL KELLER'A GAR T0 KEEP HER FROM ASKING OTHERS T0 TAKE HERTD SmEL. DONALD KlRCHER'A NUMBER Fon HIS BASKETBALL SuIT. BETTY KULLTA HAIR RIBBON or HER OWN So SHE WON'T HAVE TO BORROW HER LITTLE SISTERS. Boa MANIGN-JAKE AND LouIE so HE'LL HAVE coMPANY IN ENGLISH CLASS. LELA MUELLER-A BICYCLE TO RIDE TO SCHOOL. JOHN RADLOFF'A CAST IN WALT DlSNEY'S NEXT 'PINNOOHIOW PRODUCTION. RUTH ROBISON-A BOARDING PLAGE IN TOWN so SHE WON'T HAVE so MucH TR- ouBLE GETTING TO SCHOOLS MERVIN RUFF-THE ABILITY TO CURVE THE PING-PGNG BALL WITHOUT So MUCH EFFORT. LEATHA SToRM-A LOUD SPEAKER so SHE WON'T HAVE TO STRAIN HER VOICE WHEN SPEAKING. GRACE TATE-A LOUDER EcHo So THAT WE CAN BE SURE TO HEAR HER ovER THE ENTIRE BUILDING. GENE TELGMANN'THE RIGHT TO PLAY HoRSE SHOE WITH SOME CERTAIN SENIoR AND SOPHOMORE GIRLS. MARVIN ULMERTANOTHER BRAIN so THAT WHEN HE GETS UP TO MAKE A SPEECH BEFORE THE ASSEMBLY, HE WONIT FORGET IT. SYLVAN WILLIAMS-A QUART or SOUP BEANS TO ACOOMPANY HIS OTHER IEALS. SALLY WILSON'0NE Pouno OF RENSHAW'S SCATTER BRAINS. NORMAN wIRTH'A LITTLE BIT MoRE HEIGHT so HE WON'T HAVE TO woRK so HARD IN TRYING TO MAKE A BASKET. LGRENE 8UESKING'SINOE THIS IS LEAP YEARTHE SENIORS PERMIT LGRENE TO MAKE HER own DATES WITH KENNYQ MARJDRIE CDNNELLY-THE RIGHT T0 TELL HER CLASSMATES ABOUT HER IMAGIN- ARY Dov FRIENDS. WILauR CRESS-MDRE PRANKS AND MONKEY SHINES T0 MAKE BEHIND HEWlTT'S BACK. . - LLOYD CRDSE-ANDTHER GAP THAT DDESN'T HAVE SUCH BRIGHT coLDRs. JUANITA DDEDING-A BOY FRIEND T0 TALK T0 DURING THE NOON HOURo ELMER FlELDS'MONEY T0 suv A CAR So HE WON'T HAVE T0 WALK HOME FROM BASKETBALL GAMES ANYMORE. , KENNETH HARMDNSA NEW WINDOW BLIND FDR HIS BEDROOM WINDOW. IvAN KELLER-A SCALE T0 KEEP A DAILY RECORD OF HIS LOSS IN WEIGHT. GENE KULL'A GREEN SHIRT SD HE WON'T HAVE T0 WEAR HIS RED DNE ALL THE TIME. STELMA VDLKMAN-A FULL FLEDGED Jos IN A GROCERY STORE. BILL THDMAS-RIGHT T0 PLAY BASKETBALL NEXT YEAR. MAX STORM'BOX OF GROWING POWDER. MAXINE MANIDN-A BLACK SWEATER INSTEAD OF A WHITE ONE. DWIGHT OSTERMIER-A Jos ON W. D. Z.'s PERUNA PROGRAM. CURTISS NIPPE-A PATENT ON HIS LATEST INWENTIDN. . JOYCE REEL-A SET OF SELLS SD SHE DDESN'T HAYE T0 WEAR THEM IN HER HAIR. BILLY ROSlNE'A HAT So HE DOESN'T HAVE TO WEAR HIS BROTHER'S. STUART RUIE-RIGHT T0 BE HuuDR EDITOR FDR THE NExT TWO YEARS. HOWARD KRAMER-PDSITIDN AS REPORTER ON THE NEW YORK STAR. CLINTON wEBER'MORE EGDTISM, IF POSSIBLE. JUANITA YDuNG-SDME NEW CHEERS AND ANDTHER PARTNER. FRED BIESEGNER-RuTH's HAND WITHDUT A GLOVE ON IT. BOYD BRIDGES-SALLY FDR A GIRL FRIEND, BECAUSE HE'S TDD BASHFULTDMAKE HIS DWN DATES. DONALD BRlDGES'A SPECIAL LOUNGE IN THE NORTH HALL FDR NIH AND JOYCE. FRANK GlERTZ'SOME RUBBER BANDS T0 FLIP THE GIRLS WITH. RUTH MARTIN-THE OTHER RING T0 GO WITH THE ONE SHE ALREADY HAS. HAROLD NlPPE'A NEW PERMANENT WITH LONG CURLSD ALLAN RANKIN-SHDRT, STUBBY ETHIDPIAN WIFE. KENNETH RINCKER-AN INCREASE IN HIS ALREADY WELL-NNDWN LIBRARY' JIMMY YORK'AN ABC BOOK FDR HIS PARRDT. WANDA HAVE YDUNG-A PIANO FOR HER NINDERGARTEN CLASS NEXT YEAR. FhESHUEl'A REFUND ON THE LEATHER THAT WAS USED ON THEIR EXCURSIONS T0 THE DFFIGE. SDPHDMDRES-MDRE COOPERATION IN YOUR cLASS PLAY THAN YOUR PREDECESSRS GAVE. E JUNIORS-A FEW MORE DICTATORS IN THE GLASS. MR. HEWlTT'Vl0LlN LESSDNS FRDM PADEREWSKI. MR. KELL-MDRE SCHOOL RESPONSIBILITY. MISS WEDER-A PAIR OF BOXING GLOVES So SHE WON'T HIIRT THE NExT YEAR'S SNICIG. UISS AHDERMANN'THAT RING THAT TIES THENNDn HISTORY OF CLASS 1940 ON SEPTEMBER 4, !936, WE ENTERED THE STRASBURG HIGH SCHOOL AS FRESHUEN. THE CLASS WAS COMPOSED OF LUCILLE BINGAMANQ DEAN QHLD' REss, GENE CHILDRESS, MARIE COLLINSA RETHA UOEDlNGpMARJORlE ENGEL, RUTH KELLER, HARRISON MUMMELs EVA REEL, RUTH REEL, HARLAN RENSHAY9 JUNIDR ROSlNEy LILA RUHE, LEE ROY STORM, JAMES WILLIAMS, AND LGHSA WILLIAMS. WE ELECTED LouIsA WILLIAMS-PRESIDENT, LEE ROY SNRMHHCE- PRESIDENT, LILA RUUE-SEDRETARY-TREASURER, LUCILLE BINGAMAUPOBS RE- PORTER, AND MISS WEBER oUR CLASS ADYISDR. ERHA ALLEN JDINED Us AFTER A FEV WEEKS OF SCHO0Lo LATER HARRISON MUHHEL, RUTH KELLER, AND GENE CHILDRESS LEFT us. ON SEPTEMBER I, l937, TWELVE CAME BACK AS SOPHOMORESQ OUR CLASS ADVISOR HAS MR. ECKFELD. AFTER THE FIRST SEMESTER WE HAD A NEW UEMBERg ONA RANNIN, WHO CAME FROM BETHANYp BUT SHE LEFT Us AG' AIN AFTER THE NEXT sux IEEKSQ Ol AUGUST 29. l938, FDURTEEN PUPILS ENROLLED AS JUNIORS - A cAIN OF TWO HEHDERSO THIS YEAR WE ELECTED RUTH REEL-FREsmENT, LILA RUUE'VlGE'PRESlDENTy MARJORIE ENGEL-SECRETARY, MARIE CoLLINs.Tmns- URERA MAXINE RADLDFF-NEWS REPORTER, AND MISS WEBER AS OUR CLASS ADYISDR. WE ALL TOOK PART UN OUR JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 'MOTHER ll THE SNADow'o OUR cLAss THEN RECEIVED ANOTHER PUPILQ KENNETH VOLKMAN. UE ENTERTAINED THE SENIDRS ev GIVING THEM A DANQUET AT THE U. S. GRANT HOTEL IN MATTDDNQ FOLLOWED BY A MOVIE AT THE MATTO0I'nE1TER. IN THE YEAR i939 IE WERE PROUD T0 ENTER THE STRASBURC HIGH SCHOOL AS SENIORSQ OUR CLASS THIS YEAR IAS COMPOSED OF LUCILLE BINGAHAN, MARIE COLLINS, RETHA DOEDINC, MARJORIE ENcEL,LAuRAaELLE MARION, DOROTHY PLU MERQ MAxINE RADLDFFI EVA REEL, RUTH REEL, HAR- LAN RENSHAN, JUNIOR ROSlNEp LILA RUHE, LEE RDY STORE, RUTH TATE, IRYIN THOMAS, LINEL THOMAS, KENNETH VDLKUANI JAMES WILLIAMS, AND LDUISA WILLIAHS. A FEI WEEKS AFTER SCHOOL HAD STARTED ONA RAHHIN JOINED us, BUT SHE LEFT Us AGAUN AT THE END OF THE FIRST SEMESTER. OUR CLASS oFFIcERs THIS YEAR WERE! LILA Rule, PRESIDENT: JUNIOR RDSINEI VIcE-PRESIDENT: RUTH TATE9 SECRETARY! LINEL THOMAS, TREAS- URER: MAXINE RADLOFFp NEWS EDITDRQ AND MRQ HEWITTA DUR CLASS AD- VlSORe IE RECEIVED OUR cLAss RINGS THE FIRST PART OF THE TERM, AND HAD DUR PICTURES TAKEN AT CAMERA ART STUDIO IN DECATUR. THIS YEAR IE WERE THE GUESTS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS AT A BAN- QUETQ IE ARE QUITE HAPPY T0 THINH THAT UE ARE THE LARGEST SENIOR CLASS Snmssunc HIGH SCHOOL HAS EVER HAD. SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY I95O 'THIS IS IRVIN THoMAs, THE MAH on THE STREET BROADCASTING FROM STATION S.H.S. CHICAGOU FOLKS IF THERE IS ANYTHING wnonc WITH voUR DRAINS CALL THE PLUMMER, DOROTHY IS ALWAYS AT HoME QUARRELIHc WITH HER HUSBAND LIHEL THOMAS- HERE coMEs A CHARMING LOOKING FLOOR. MIS- TERp MAY I INTERVIEW vou? WHAT IS YOUR NAME?' 'LEE Rov STORM AND THIS IS Mv WIFE MAXINE STORUn FORMERLY MAx- IHE RADLUEFQ THESE ARE OUR CHILDREN AND AMERICA'S FIRST SEXTUPLETS DING, DE DING, Douc, DANG, DENG9 AND Dune. LAURABELLE MAHIUHISUU - ING FOR USA' 'Now I'M GOING TO MOVE THE MICROPHONE oowu IN FRONT or nc THE- ATER SINCE IT IS ABOUT TIME FOR THE snow TO BE OVER. I BELIEVE ULL ASK THE TICKET GIRL WHEN THE SHOW IS oUT. MISS, WHEN IS THE SHOW oUT?' 'IH ABOUT FIVE MINUTESAN 'l'M THE S.H.S MAN on THE STREET. MAY I INTERVIEW vou? WHATIS YOUR NAME AND WHO IS THE MANAGER OF THIS THEATER?' 'RUTH REEL. SIR. MY eoss IS JAMES WILLIAMS AND HE IS A NICE PERSON T0 WORK FORUN ' 'ARE vou MARRIEU? IF so, WHERE IS YOUR HUS8AND?' 'HE'5 AT HoME 'I WONDER WHO AS I LIME AND I'LL HAVE T0 LIEVE THEY CAME IN WHY, OUTQ DOING THE WORK SO WE CAN GO OUT TONlGNT.' IS IT THAT JUST DROVE UP IN THAT SWELLLIUOUSINE? BREATHEI IT'S JUNIOR ROSINEo 0Np LOOK THE SHOl'S GET BUSY. HERE COMES A HANDSOME COUPLEU I BE' THE NICE LIMOUSINEQ WAIT A UINUTE HISTERH I WOULD LIKE AN IHTERUIEU. WHATIS voUR HAME?' 'MR. HARLAN REHSHAH AND THIS IS Mv WIFE, FORMERLY LUCILLE Bum- AMANQ WE ARE RUNNING A MATRIMONIAL BUREAUA NE CHOSE THIS OOOUPA' TION BECAUSE we MADE sUcH A MISTAKE THAT WE WANTED BETTER HOOK-UPS. HAVEN'T You SEEH OUR AovERTIsEMEHTS IN KENNETH VULRMARS JOURNAL?' 'No I HAVEN'T. SAY. lEREN'T vou A i940 GRADUATE or THE STRAS- HIEH SCHOOL?' 'YEs.' BURG 'Do You Know IHERE ANY or voUR CLASSMATES ARE TODAY?' 'THE ONLY ONES I HAvE BEEN ABLE TO KEEP COMPANY WITH ARE EVA REEL: MARIE CULLIRS, LoUIsA WILLIAMS, AND RUTH TATE. SoME or THEM I.HAVE NEVER SEEN SINCE GRAOUATIONA' 'EVA IS wonxanc STENOGRAPHER Fon Joe Ano RuTn TATE as THE 'Ont HERE comes uAu:s?' . 'WHAT ARE THEY oooNc?' un THE HARMON BEAUTY PARLORQ MARIE IS THE Louis. LoussA IS A nausea or THE N SEVENTH wouAu an CONGRESS-N some Fans Looxunc BABIESQ WHAT ARE NMINE IS MARJORIE ENGEL, THIS IS RETMA Dosouuc. Ano IS LILA Ruiz. WE ARE THE BEST FAN DANCERS on THE STAGEo ar YOU'LL PLEASE srap ASTOEQ oun SUEETIES Ana WAITING on AND WE WOULD HATE T0 DETA I N TH Ella' Cnoss vous Tnns Now us, 'THANKS A LOT GIRLS. WELL FOLKS OUR TIME IS UP TODAYATHIS IS S.H.S. uAl on THE STREET SAYING.--. S0-LONG COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES PROCESSIONAL... INvocATIoN ....... GIRLS GLEE CLUB A. SUN BEANS .... SALUTATORYQ... .... . SENIOR GIRLS CHORUS A. JAPANESE Love AooREss ............ AnoRESs ............ INSTRUMENTAL DUST.. STRASBURG HIGH SCHOOL AT STRASBURG SATURDAY, MAY 25, I940, AT 8:00 P.M. SONG OOO o 0 o QWANDA MAYE YOUNG ...RONALD'SALTER OIOIQIIOIUTHOWS QOUUIOIUOOOOOOOCOUn00l00OlMAx'uE QQOOQIQOUCQQOQQIOQl0lO0l0IlO'Rv.N UARJORIE ENGEL AND MAXINE RADLOFF Ao FLOWERUIII CIIOOIIIIOOOIDOOUIOOIOCOOIUUIIUFRN' ADDRESS..UOIIIOIUIOOOOIIOOUllIOIIOIOIOIOOIOOGOOCOORUTH ADDRESSCIOIOOOOIOOIOIOOUIIICOUUOOOOIOOIQIOIOCIIUNEL GIRLS TRI0...MARIE COLLlNSg LucILLE BINGANAN, RETHA DoEoINc CLASS HISToRv...... 90010 VALEDICTORYQ ...................................... Rurn REEL GIRLS GLEE CLUB Ae I HEAR You CALLING ME U... ........ MARSHALL PRESENTATION or AWARDS., ..... ............ JUNIOR BRIDGES PRESENTATION or DIPLouAs.... .... Supra LEONARD 0. HEWITT SENIOR CLASS CHORUS Ao DANNY Bov .......... .. ....... .WEATNERLY BENEoIcTIoN..-. JUNi0R CLASS Survfnc--Faux Gnenrz, Faso Bussecxen. Junaon Bnuoczs, Donna Bneoces, ALLEN RANKIIQ STANDING--WAIDA MAY: Younc, RUTH MARTIN, JEAN:-:1'Te: Kuncuen. Jlwla Yann, KENNETH Runcxzn. HARoLo Nuns. SOPHWORE CLASS Fmsr Row--Mu, Lnovo. STUART, BILL T., Secono ROW""LOlENEpJOYCEs STELMA, JUANQYA, MAXQNE M.,MARJoRsE. JUAMITA D. THIRD Row-HOIARD, Owucwr,GEnE, lvAu.WoLaun, E1.uEn,Ksuuz'rH H.,Cun1'us, JAcx,BlLL R. FRESHMAN CLASS -...........-...A ,M ,,., ,..,m,, 9 A A S25 Q3 y, Fmsr Row--DonALo K.,MARvsN, RUTH VIHSYLVAN, Szcouo Row---LELA. Rurn C., Lzrmx, Mznvm, Lnmzucs, GRACE, NoRuAn,Tumo Row-GENE, Joan, Bos, Gnu., Befvv, Run Roalsou, JANE. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY HERE IE ARE. THE SMALLEST BUT THE SMARTEST CLASS or l940. 'So, You NANT T0 sEE ouR REPORT CARDS?' 'wELMnlELLp IMAGINE TNAT, N0 REPORT CARDSQN WE STAND AS EoLLows: PRES' IDENTQ FRANK GIERTZI VICE PRESIDENT, ALLAN RANKINS SECRE- TARYg Jsuuv YORKS TREASURER, JUNIOR BRlocEs5NE!s REPORTERg DoNALo BRIDGESS AND THE REST ARE -- WANDA MAYE Youncg RUTH MARTIN, FFED BIESECKERQ KENNETH RINCKERQ Ano HAROLD NDPREO IT MADE us VERY UNHAPPY T0 Loss JEANETTE KnRcNERo WE ARE VERY PROUD THAT TNE BASKETBALL TEAM HAPPENED T0 BE UEUBERS or ouR CLASSo THEY WERE 'EARS' RANKIHQ 'FFEDDIE' BIESECK' ER, 'BABE' GIERTZQ Ano 'HOT SHOT' RlNCKERoTUEFRESENTATl0l or THE PLAY, 'Auouc THE STARS' NAS A wowo EACH NIGHT THERE NAS STANDING ROOU oNLv0 ALL or THE ACTRESSES HAD '00UPHno THEY HAVEl'T DECIDED WHETHER TNEv sNouLo ACCEPT oe REFUSE THE OFFER TO PLAY on BRUAD'AYo WE ARE SURE or GRADUATING BECAUSE WE NAvE ouR RINGS oRoEREoo THE MAIN Tnnuc UE ARE Looxunc FORWARD T0 as THE BANQUET AND PASSING THE REsT or ouR EXAMSQ SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY IN AUGUST l938, 28 FRESHNEN BOARDED THE SHIP or KNOWL- EDGEQ NE ENJOYED THE FIRST FEV WEEKS or sAILINc Ano soon FOUND ouRsELvEs DOCKED AT lNITIATIoN ISLANDQ THEIONCE AGAIN WE sETTLEo ouRsELvEs FOR THE RIDE ovER THE CALM, SOMETIMES eoIsTERoUs BLUE SElu BUT WITH THE SEMESTER ExAus ll SIGHT IT wAs NUT SUCH SMOOTH sAILIHc. AT THIS STOP WE LosT VIRGIL PAULSONI ELDO TATEI JEAN MARTIN Ano AUGUST Von BENREN BUT WELCOMED MAxINE MANIoN AS A FELLOW PASSENGERQ THE OFFICERS Fon THE FRESHMAN CLASS WERE? STELMA VoLNuAN, PRESIDENTS JU- ANITA YoUNc, VICE PRESIDENT? GERALDINE KEARNEYQ SECRETARY Ano TREASURER: AND JOYCE REELg NEWS REPoRTERo OLD oUR DGE BUT THE AT THE BEGINNING or THIS SCHOOL TERM WE BOARDED cooo SHIP KNOWLEDGE AGAIN AFTER HAvIHc SWELL TIMES oURIHc STAY AT VAcATIoNo OUR oLo FRIENDS, MORRIS BREHMERA MA- ALLENI AND HENRY WIODERSHEIM WERE NOIHERE TO BE SEENA INSTEAD WE BUHPED INTO FLoRA BELLE wooo AND GENE KULLQ CLASS OFFICERS ron ouR SECOND YEAR WERE ELECTED! HOWARD KRNIERQ PRESIDENTS DWIGHT 0STERMlERg VICE PRESIOENTS JUANITA Youuc, SEcRETARv: CURTISS NIPPE, TREASURER: AND STUART RUIE NEWS REPORTERO THE cooo LITTLE CHILDREN THAT VE AREp IE ALL sHouLoEREo THE SEMESTER ExAus AGAIN WITHOUT FLUIKINGQ ABOUT THIS TIME WE WERE ALL SADDENED AT THE THOUGHT or GERALDINE KEARNEY ANo CARL SHELTON FALLING OVERBOARDQ WE fRE PROUDTU sAv THAT ELIER FIELDSA A MEMBER or ouR CLASSg IS ONE or THE FIRST FIVE or OUR BASKETBALL TEAMo SI: ARE MEMBERS or THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB9 NINE BELONG T0 THE FooTLIoHT's CLUB9 AND FOUR PLAY ll THE BAND. WE'VE HAD A GRAND TIHE TocETHER.NIos. Ano -- WELL, KEEP IT UP cLAssI CHEERIOI FRESHIIMN CLASS HISTORY ON SEPTEMBER 4, i939 TwEHTv-one FRESHMEN STARTED up THE ROAD or wnsoou IN THE STRAsauRo HIGH ScHooL. WE ELECTED AS ouR cLAss OFFICERS -- PRESIDENT, LAWRENCE BIEHLERS Vice PRE- SIDENTp RUTH WILSOIS SEcRETARv, GRACE TATES TREASURER, MERV' IN Ruff: Ano NEWS REPORTER, MARvlN ULllERo KI-'TER TWO WEEKS or Home THE UPPER CLASSES GAVE us AN INITIATION PARTY- AFTER THIS EVERYTHING RAN ALONG SMOOTHLY UNTIL THE SIX IEEKS EXAMSo BEcAusE OF OUR QINNING THE SPELLINC CONTEST WE WERE THE GUESTS OF THE SOPHOMORES AT A PARTY: FINALLY A VERY WELCOME CHRISTMAS vAcATloH cAuE. HOWEVER AFTER THIS WE WERE SORRY T0 sEE IE HAD LosT TWO CLASS uEus- ERSy GERALD AND HAROLD KEARHEY. WE NEARLY LOST ouR wAv DUR' Inc THE SEMESTER EXAMSI: BUT wE ALL MANAGED TO GET THRoucHARo ARE HOPING TD SEE EACH OTHER AS SOPHOMORES IN S. H. S. NEXT YEARo W 5' BASKETBALL STANDING--Bnuocas, Kuncnsn, Rossus, NUPPE, WEBER, CENTER-- WIRTH, SlTTlMc--GIERTZ, BIESECKER, RANKUU, FIELDS, Rlucxzn. FIRST FIVE L M WBABE' Gasnvz, nLfl0FO0T' FIELDS, 'Exns' RANxun, Conan KELLa 'Fnsooos' Bussscxsn, 'Hof Snov' Rnncxen. SOFTBALL SrAuosuc--Junuon Rosnus, BABE Gnenrz, ALLEN Rnuxcu, LINEL Tuomns, ELMER FIELDS, JAcx WEBER, HAROLD NIPPE. Sxcono Row- Boa MAn1on. Kenneru Rancxzn, DONALD BRIDGES, Fhzo Blssecxsn HARLAN REusuAl, BILL THoMAs, BILL Rosnne, Fnnsr RO'-'DONALD Ksncuen, LAwnEncE BIEHLER, Jann RADLOFFg NORMAN Wlnvn. SOFTBALL THE SOFTBALL TEAM wAs VERY SUCCESSFUL IN THE FALL sEAsoH, Ano VE WISH ron THE sAuE IN THE SPRING- WITH THE GUIDANCE or CoAcHlELL, THE SQUAD sEcAuE A VERY POWERFUL BALLCLU8- A GREAT MAJORITY or THE eovs cAHE ouT T0 TAKE A CHANCE AT THE TEAM. AFTER SEVERAL GAMES THE BEST PLAYERS WERQ CHOSENA THE TEAH wonxso TOGETHER NIOELYp Ano HHEH IN A TOUGH SPOTI THEY USUALLY cAHE OUT on ToP. THE BATTERYIISGERTZ AND 8RIocEso THE FOLLOWING ARE THE PLAYERS Ano THEIR PosITIoHs:AL- LEN RAHHIN, IB: KENNETH RINCKER, 2B5 CARL SHELTONg S.So: CLINTON WEEER, 385 LINEL THOMAS, SF: FRED BIESECKERA LF5 HAROLD NIPPE AND IRVIN THOMAS CF, Ano ELHER FIELDS, RF. THE SEASON UAS cLosEo IITH EIGHT VICTORIES Ano one OEFEATQ THIs HAS AT Cowosu, THE SCORE BE' ING I2-9. THE VICTORIES TURNED IN WERE Enou WESTERVELTg WINDSOR, SIEEL Ano STEWARDSONQ BASKETBALL STR OPPQ STRQ OPP SIIIIIIIAY I5 27 GAvs 24 I9 AsHuoRE 8 25 SH IIAIIIIAY 25 27 FINDLAY 2I 25 MAsoH 40 25 TOIER HILL I5 33 STEUARDSON 35 33 GAYS 37 I9 SHELBY Ac. 33 34 HERRIcx 33 23 BEEcHER 2 30 STEWARDSON I6 30 LERHA 35 37 LAKEWOOD 27 I5 MASON 34 IO OCONEE 42 2I HERRIcIc 28 I2 WINDSOR 38 46 Co . TOURNAMENT LERNA 29 35 OCONEE 4l 3l BEECHER 3l 25 HERRIcx 49 I4 HINDSBORO 4I I7 0IsTo TOURNAMENT LAKEWOOD 28 I6 GATE 24 23 HUMBOLDT 20 22 ATWOOD 3l 42 RBOIE IS THE SCHEDULE ron THE l939-40 BASKETBALL sEAsono THE TEAH DID VERY WELL Fon AS uucH PRACTICE AS THEY COT Ano won I6InuEs WHILE LOSINS I2. COACH KELL DID A WONDERFUL Jos or COACHING AND Ro- unoeo ouT ABOUT EIGHTEEN PLAYERS INTO A sooo BALL cLueo THE TEAHJHE FIRST SEMESTER, CONSISTED or BABE GIERTz, FRED BIESECKERgALLEH RAH- xIH. KENNETH RINCKERA AND LIHEL THoMAs0 ELUER FIELDS REPLAcEo LIN- EL AT THE END or THE SEMESTER. GOING INTO THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT THE GALLAHT TEAM HAD A RECORD or I5 WINS AND II LOSSESo GAvs WAS Jusr eARELv NOSED ouT sv ONE PoIHT. BECAUSE THE aovs WERE 'err' THAT NIGHT IT LOOKED LIKE THEY MIGHT GET 'HQTW AND BEA1'ATWO0D THE NEXT NIGHT. UHFoRTuHATEI.v THE SQUAD commun- ED A 43-3I DEFEAT. THIs ENDED THE cHAHcEroR THE DISTRICT TRoPHv BUT HHAT or IT? HAVEN'T UE coT A coco ENOUGH TRQPHY ALREADY? You SEEITHE aovs won THE CLASS B CHAMPIONSHIP AT WINDSOR IN THE COUNTY TOURNAMENT Ano ARE VERY PROUD or IT. ANNUAL FIRST ROW--FRED BIESECKER, RUTH REEL, MAxlxE RAoLoFE, LILA RUWEQ KENNETH Rlncxen, SECOND ROWTTJIUMIE Yonx, LORENE BUESKINC, EvA REEL, NANDA MAYE Youuc, JANE Hooo. NEWS STAFF STUART Ruls, MARJORIE ENGEL, KENNETH Rnucxen, DONALD BRIDGES, JUMMIE Yonx, RETNA O0EDlNGr CURTIS NIPPEQ JUANTTA DoEolnc, MAnvuN ULMER, JUANATA Younc, MAXINE RADLOFF. STUDENT COUNCIL DONALD Bnnoces, Jovce REELnJANE Hoon, BETTY KULLnLUClLLE Bunc- AMAN, DWIGHT OSTERMEIER, lnvan THOMAS, KEuNETN Rnucxee, JUNIOR Bnnoces. THE ANNUAL STAFF HAS TRIED T0 MAKE AN UP'TO'DATE YEAR aoox AND ANNUAL STAFF WE'RE HAPPY TO BE ABLE T0 KEEP THE SCHOOL COLORS. WE HAVE ENJOYED MAKING THIS BOOK AND HOPE YOU WILL CONSIDER IT THE BEST EVERI EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ADVERTISING MANAGER CALENDAR EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE S.H.S.CARDlNAL STAFF THE STUDENT aoov HAS GREATLY ENJovEo A SCHOOL STAFF HAS WORKED HARD TO PUBLISH THE PAPER ON TIME WAYS A SUCCESSA THE MEMBERS or THE STAFF ARE: EoIToR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ALUMNI REPORTER CIRCULATION MANAGER SPORTS EDITOR TYPIST HUMOR EDITOR SPONSORS CLUB REPORTER FRESHMAN REPORTER SOPHOMORE REPORTER JUNIOR REPORTER SENIOR REPORTER STUDENT COUNCIL RUTH REEL FRED BIESEGRER LILA RUWE MAxINE RADLOFF WANOA MAYE YOUNG KENNETH RINGNER JANE Hoon LORENE BUESNING JIMUIE YORK EVA REEL PAPERo THE NEWS AND IT WAS AL' MARJORIE ENGEL RETHA DOEDING JUANITA DOEUING HOWARD KRAMER JIMMIE YORK DONALD BRIDGES MAXINE RADLOFF STUART RUWE HEWITT R WEBER JUANITA YOUNG MARVIN ULMER STUART RUWE DONALD BRIDGES MAXINE RADLOFF THE STUDENT COUNCIL WAS ORGANIZED AGAIN THIS YEAR IN ORDER TO GIVE SOME STUDENTS A CHANCE TO CARRY ON THE SCHOOL WORK AND HELPUE? ATE COOPERATION AMONG PUPILSo THEY HAVE ARRANGED ENTERTAINMENT BE' FORE THE ASSEMBLY, GAVE A CHRISTMAS PARTY, AND STARTED A SCHOOL NEWSPAPER. JEANETTE KIRCHER AND ONA RANKIN SERVED AS MEMBERS BUT LEFT BEFORE THE YEAR WAS COMPLETED: CHAIRMAN FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR JUNIOR SENIOR SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR BRIDGES JANE Hooo BETTY KULL HOWARD KRAMER JovcE REEL DONALD BRIDGES KENNETH RINCKER LucILLE BINGAMAN IRVIN THOMAS FDUTLIGHTS CLUB BETTY KULL, STELMA VQLKMAN, MAXINE RADLOFP, JAMES WILLIAMS, HOWARD KRAMER, LEE Rov SToRM, GEHE TELQHARH, JOHN RADLOFF, JANE Hoon, DWIGHT OSTERMEIER, GENE KULL, MARVIN ULMERa JUA- HTTA Youwc, NORMAN WIRTH, STUART RUHE, RUTH WILSUH. HOME EC. CLUB STAHUTNG--NAUDA MAVE Younc, Miss lNDERUAlN,JOYCE REEL, LUCILLE BlNGAMANp RUTH REEL,RETHA DOEDING,UARIE COLLINS, AND EvA REEL, JUANITA Youuc, MARJORIE ENGEL,LlLA RUVE, RUTH TATEaGRACE TATE. RUTH WnLsoN, Ano LoUasA WILLIAMS. Ge Ac Al I '45 , BACK'-RUTH, GRACE, RUTH R., RUTH M., MAXINE M.. DOROTHY,MARlE, EVA, RUTH T., LILA, MAXINE R., LUCILLE, RETHAp BETTY, FRouT--- Javcz, STELMA, WANDA MAYE, MARJORIE E., JANE, JUANlTAg LETHA. DRAMATIC CLUB THE DRAMATIC CLUB UAS ORGANIZED THE SECOND WEEK or SCHDCLQ THE CLUB WAS oRGANIzED FOR THE PURPOSE or IMPROVING THE DRANATICAL ABILITY or THE STUDENTSO EVERY MEMBER HAD AN OPPORTUNITY T0 AR- PEAR BEFORE AN AUDIENCE DURING THE YEAR. WE ENTERTAINED TWICE GN WEDNESDAY MORNING ASSEMBLY PROGRAMSC THE CLUB PRESENTED SEV' ERAL SHORT PLAYS AT THE FEBRUARY PoT.A. MEETINGS WE ELECTED AS oUR OFFICERS! PRESIDENT, MAXINE RADLOFFZ VICE PRESIDENT, BETTY KULLS SECRETARY, FLDRA BELLE Wooos TREASURERg MARVIN ULNER. A SCRAP BOOK wAs STARTED AND EACH MEMBER WAS T0 BRING PICTURES or SOMETHING PERTAINING T0 DRANATIGS. RUTH WILSON AND GENE KULL WERE APPDINTED T0 TAKE CARE or THE PICTURES AND THE Booxo HCME EC. CLLB THE HDUE ECONOMICS CLUB WAS AGAIN ORGANIZED IN THE EARLY FALL UNDER THE AUSPICES or MISS ANDERMANO OUR EXECUTIVE CCNHITTEEI JEANETTE KIRCHER9 PRESIDENT3 JUANITA YDUNGQ VICE PRESIDENTQRUTH REEL, SECRETARYS NANDA MAYE YDUNG, TREASURER3 JDYCE REEL, PRD- GRAH CHAIRMANS ARRANGED A Most INTERESTING YEAR PDR Us. To STA- RT THINGS orr WITH A BANG, THEY DULY INITIATED NEI MEMBERS or THE CLUB WITH A WELL ATTENDED PARTYO OUR THENE FOR THE YEAR'S WORK IAS HOBBIESB WE HAD THE PRIVILEGE DF GIVING SEVERAL AS' SEMBLY PRDGRANSQ THE CLUB IAS SORRY T0 LOSE JEANETTE IN JANUA- RY, BUT JUANITA DID A VERY CAPABLE JOB or FILLING THE VACANCY. GC Al lo I FDR SEVERAL YEARS THE GIRLS IN HIGH SCHOOL HAVE BEEN NAITINC FOR A CHANCE T0 BE IN MORE ATHLETIC GAIIESB WITH THE HELP or Mass WE- BER AND MRo HEBITTI THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSDCIATIDN NAS FDRNED. FLORABELLE WOODS NAS ELECTED PRESIDENT, RUTH REELI VlCE'PRESl' DENTp AND JDYCE REEL9 SECRETARY AND TREASURERG ALNDST ALL THE GIRLS IN SCHOOL HAVE BECOME HENBERSQ THE GBAOA. HAS ALREADY HAD BICYCLINCQ TARGET PRACTICE AND PING PONG GAHESQ OF COURSEI THE GIRLS TAKE PART IN ANY SPORT WHICH CAN BE ARRANGED ron THE NOON RECESSU THIS ASSOCIATION CAN PROVE GIRLS PARTIES ARE A GREAT SUCCESS EDR THE JACK AND JILL PARTY SUPPLIED EVERYONE WITH SOME EN' TERTAINNENTS THE G.A.A. HAS ALSO GIVEN A RA- D80 PROGRAM BEFORE THE ASSEUBLY. THE GIRLS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL HAVE FOUND MUCH ENJOYMENT FROM THIS CLUB AND PERHAPS HILL CCNTINUE AND BE BETTER AND LARGER NEXT YEARS GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Fsnsr Row--RuTN C., STELMAQ LORENEQ Jovca, Secono Row--LETNA, MAwuonvs E., Evm, MARJoRaE C., RUTH R. TNQRO Row--JUANLTA D., LELA, GASLQ BETTY, Massa C., LxLA, RETHA, LucoLLE, Maxlmi R. BOYS' GLEE CLUB FRONT Row: LAWRENCE, SYLVIN, MARVIN, Lovo, MERvlN,MANsoN. MAx. SECOND Row--Howmo, Joan, James W., KENNETH H.,GENs T., Eau, OoN B. Tusno ROW--JUNIOR, IVAN, Faso, FRANK, LINEL, ALLEN R., ELMEQ, GENE K. BAND Mam HIGH iLfQ,ffTI ",' wv3? FIRST ROW"'MAXlNE RAoLorr, luocane ENcEL, Muwonue ENGEI-,JANE Hoon. SECOND Row--Jumon SToRu,JuANaTA YOUNGQWANOA Mn: Youuc, STUART Rvws, TN1no Row-HovARo Knguen, RUTH WILSON, Mn. TURNER SIRLSW GLEE CLUB THE GnRLs' GLEE CLUB BAS SPONSORED THROUGHOUT THE PAST YEAR av MISS ANDERHAllo EASH WEDNESDAY THE MEMBERS oE- VOTED AN ENTIRE PERIOD T0 THEIR lusTRUcTlol IN muse Ano slucusc. THE cLUB UAS GIVEN THE PRIVILEGE or EITERTAIN' unc THE ASSEMBLY on DIFFERENT OCCASIONS Ano suncluc AT SEVERAL COUMUNITY GATRERINES. P.T.A. MEETINGS AND cRAo- UATING EXERCISESS BOYS' GLEE CLUB Dunluc FEBRUARY THE BOYS or STRASBURG Hlcu SCHOOL BE- CANE INXIOUS T0 DISPLAY THEIR vocALnzluc TALENTS. THE Bovs ENJOYED THEIR Music PERIOD EACH THURSDAY WITH MISS ANDERMABR, THE lnsTRUcToRo THEY ARE QUITE INTERESTED ll THE WORK Ano HOPE T0 GIVE THE uses SCHOOL A SUCCESSFUL Bovs' CuoRUs. BAND A FEI WEEKS AFTER ScHooL STARTED, MRo TURRER STARTEDOUR BAuo. WE STARTED our WITH TEN MEMBERS Ano HAVE uAlnTAo- NED THAT NUMBER THROUGH THE WHOLE YEARS OUR PRACTICE PERIOD HAS BEEN RATHER IRRECULAR BEUAUSE or MRSTURUERS BROKEN RIB AID UTNER uluoR ACCIDENTSQ OF COURSE UE ALL TRY T0 oo ouR BEST Ano IT HAS IURRBVEB ll uARuolYo THE MOST run IE HAD PRACTICING IAS WHEN UE PREPARED FOR THE P.T.A. ll FEBRUARY. FOR THIS PROGRAM IE TUR EB IITO A IARBLIAE BAND Ano SARS 'Jonson Joins THE BAno', IITN THE AccouRAulaEuT or THE Plhlbg BASS noRn AND THE nnunso GEEf IT HAS BEER PUB Ano lE'RE SORRY roR THE scaoon YE' AR T0 CLOSEQ WE VILL Loss TWO UEUBERS viva cRAoUATlou, MARJORIE ENCEL Ano MAXIIE RADLOFFQ JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Tue Juulon CLASS PLAY, "Amour: Tue STARS"g us PRE- ssnreo on 'rue mcwrs or Novzuean 9 Ano ll In S'l'0RU'S HALL. Tue PLAY WAS A succr-:ss AND Tue cnAnAc1'ans ow THEIR mars venv WELLA Tn: snce ns ARRAIIGED Ano osc- ORATED ro RESEMBLS -rue OLEPFASHIONED nous or luAn1'uAAno Slcuunn Baeamsnurr, vnlcn IAS LOCATED NEAR HOLLYWOOD: CALIFORNIA. CAST OF Q-IARACTERS AUAITHA BIBBLESNUFI-'o4.n0LD MAIDQ-aooe...wANDA MAYE Younc Sscuuuo BIBBLESNUFFQQQQHER anornan. ........ ALLEN RANKIN GUSSIE T'EEOLESooonacsacOOKooooeooo oo00ooo0RUTH MARTIN FREDERICK TlERNEYOcooooBUTLERlocooooooaooFRED BlESECKER EvnvL BURGESSo........oMAlD000000000v-IJEANETTE Kuncnsn HEATHER BLOSSOIIOOOMHOOPICTURE S'l"ARvooouo00v4JOYCE REEL Oncnlo Dzl..o .... . ....PncrunE STAR.. .... MARJORIE EucsL REGINALD WHEATON-Q ..... Plcruns STAR... ....FhANK Guznrz CLARENCE BUDDoo.....-Q-PICTURE STAR......DONALD Bqppcgg DUKE VAN PEELooooooooooDIRECTORoooooo oocoeooJRo ROSIIE Muccs Klasou.... ......Roaaen...... ...KENNSTH Rlucxsa OFFICER SwIGGLEoooo oooo uvooooc so oacoooJRo BRIDGES Orrlcen Duuxsouo osousuwocso oo o o ooooHAROLD NIPPE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY .P JVC ALLEN RAuxnn, WANOA MAYE Younc, RUTH MARTIN, JEANETTE Kuncnsn, FRED BIESECKER, DONALD Bnzoccs, Jovce REEL, MARJORIE ENGEL, FRANK GQERTZ, Juunon ROSIIE, Junlon Bnzncss, KEHNETM RllCKERa AND HAROLD NIPPE. SENIOR CLASS PLAY MARvnN ULMERp LCHARLES Roslnsl, JAMES WlLLlAMS,RUTN REEL, Ano MARJQRIE ENGELg HARLAN RENSHAUQ Rurn TAfE,lnvau TnouAs,MAxvnE RADLOFF, LINEL THOMAS,LlLA Ruiz, Luc1LLE BlNCAMANpRETHA Doco- nnc. MARIE COLLINS. SENIOR CLASS PLAY AT PRESENT THE SENIOR CLASS IS PRACTICING ITS PLAY. 'AUNT MINNIE rnou HlNHESOTA'o THEY ARE PLANNING T0 GIVE THIS PLAY APRIL 4 AND 6 IN STORM'S HALL. THEY CAN BE SURE or A GREAT success IF THEY KEEP up THE cooo YORK wnlcu THEY ARE now ooauc. CAST OF CHARACTERS Auuv Mauna: ........ Fhou UIIIESOTA ... .. MAXINE RAoLorr Mas. EMILY EvAus ... HER Slsvsn o....o. ...... Rurn TATE ELVIRA EVANS ....... OLDER DAUGHTER .... .... .. Rurn REEL EVA EVANS ....... .. Youucsn DAUGHTER .... MARJORIE EncEL Euenv EATON 9. ... EVA'S FIAICE ..... .. HARLAH REusnAw GUY GRAHAM Q------H ELVlRA'S sulToRn..... JAMES WlLLlAus SHAAAS SPENCER onaoo o MAYOR vconoosooeooosolt THOMAS PATIENCE PERKINS ... BRANDOl'S Gossip .......... LILA RuwE Anus! AHCREIS ...... FlRUullllE'S amoR... lnvln Tnomxs CORNELIA CURTIS .... BACK Fnou clrv .... LuclLLE BIHGAMAI NELLA NELSOI ....... MILLIIER Ano MonasTE...RETuA Dasouuc Wonrulncrou WlNTERo- PRoMoTER ................ JRo ROSINE FIELD TRIPS THE JUNIDR-SENIDR Business ECONOMICS CLASS VISITED THE STRASBURG BANH ONE CLASS PERIDDQ THEY HAD THE PRIYILEDE OF GOING INTO THE vAuLT AND A FEW aovs HAD THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING LOCKED IN THE VAULT FOR A MINUTE T0 SEE WHETHER THE AIR WOULD EET STALEQ IT SEEHED FOR A MOMENT THAT THE DOOR MIGHT NOT DPENI DDT IT FINALLY CAME 0PElo THE sovs SAID THAT THEY COULDN'T TELL ANY DIFFERENCE ll THE AIR, DUT l'LL BET THEY COULD HAvE IF THEY HAD BEEN LEFT ll MucH LDNDER. WE WATCHED THEM OPEN THE SAFE AND SAW THEN USE THEIR DIFFERENT MAcHINEs FDR KEEPING ACCOUNTS, WHILE THEY ExPLAINED SOME' THINE ABOUT BANKING T0 us. THE JUNIDR-SENIDR BUSINESS ECONOMICS CLASS VISITED THE PENAL FARM IN VANDALIAI ILLINOISQ THEY ARRIVEDJUST IN TIME T0 wATcH THE PRISONERS EAT DINNERH AFTERwARDs THEY VISITED THE DIFFERENT BUILDINGS WHERE THEY wATcHED THE MEN tomb TH- EY EVEN vIsITED THE HOSPITAL AND BARNSo BEFORE THEY LEFTI THEY HAD ALL DECIDED THAT THEY WOULD NDT LIKE T0 STAY THERE. THE JUNlOR'SENl0R HOME ECONOMICS CLAss WENT TO UATTOOU ONE AFTERNOON T0 VISIT THE KUEHNE FURNITURE FADTDRY. HERE THEY WATCHED THEM PUT TOGETHER DIFFERENT PIECES OF FURNITU- RE AND PAINT THEM AND THEY WENT THROUGH THE STDRERDDM. THEY ALSO VISITED THE Mo Ro MOUNT FURNITURE STDREI WHERE THEY sAw THE LATEST FDRNITDRE. MANY PIDKED OUT THE HWWITURE THAT THEY WOULD LIKE TD HAVEO THE TYPING CLASS wENT T0 SPARKS 8usINEss COLLEGE RJUA' TDH THE DEMONSTRATION ON TYPINE. THE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION IN TYPIND GAVE THE DEMDHSTRATIDN. HE COULD TYPE BETWEEN l40 AND l50 WORDS PER MINUTE, AND WHEN HE TYPED MEMDRY NDRN, HE COULD EET OVER 200 WORDS IN A HINDTEQ HE GAVE us sun: POINTS T0 REMEMBER T0 BE ABLE T0 TYPE ACCURATELYH HE ALSO DEMONST- RATED HOW sou: PuPILs TYPE AND THEN SHOIED us THE CORRECT NAY. -,. 'X I xx, Q R X I A HW! s ,-4-' x.- A 2 ':-fi 0, A .W Ar 245 Q... .RSM , 4 ,. q" Qi 'Nu' Q f K be ,gy-- i ir. "' 1 5 N J A "' 1 f 1 Qi J Aja Q 1-M X , " iq ,5 2 ea. W E7 Wa 5 ' -- w :" 3:13062 1 ,gn :ul ISI lil "E li Ill Flo xv .7 f fi . X K U! .lll' 'x y yy f llllll ,.-s""' if 3'- 5,4- REQ 5 . if 1 A 1 W, W I .cqrt nr sw SEPT. SEPTu SEPT. SEPTD SEPTD SEPTO SEPT. SEPTD SEPT. SEPT. SEFTG SEPT. SEPT. SEPT. SEPT. SEPTG SEPT. SEPT. SEPT. SEPTA SEPT. OCT. OCT. OCTD CCT. 0CTo OCT. C A L E N D A R lo-.SOME ARE HOLLERING 'HURRAHI' WHILE OTHERS vELL 'Boot' ANY' NAV. SCHOOL HAS STARTEDQ 4eoeCLASSES ARE ORGANIZEDA OFFICERS ELECTED AND THE FIRST DAY OF wonx HAS BEGUNA 5...LosT: JINMIE HAs LOST HIS PENGIL. Fbuuoz IN HIS HAIR. 6ooePHOTOGRAPHY CLUB oRGANIzED. DoN'T vou WANT vous PICTURE Tcox? 7...woN GAME AT wEsTERvELT 3-6. HALF DAY oFF FOR DIG HOME COUlNGo 8...A GAME WITH WINDSOR AND ANOTHER VICTORY IITH A SCORE Ol-'5'3 ll..STUDENT COUNCIL ORGANIZEDG l2ouANNUAL STAFF ELECTED av COUNCIL. l5..BEAT SIGEL ll-6. I4..NEvsPAPER STAFF ELECTED ev COUNCILS I5-.GAME WITH STEWARDSON PosTPoNEo. Too Hovs HALF DAY 0FFo HURRAYS - l8..WITH LINEL AND EARS USING THE BASES AS STEPPING STONES we BEAT STEWARDSON 9-6. l9ooBABE SETTLED THE WAR FOR AMERICANS, 'IF GERMANS DROP souas ON us WE'LL GET ouT ouR SLING SHOTSon 20oolT WASN'T MARY'S LITTLE LAMB THAT FOLLOWED HER T0 SCHOOL BUT MISS WE8ER'S PoocH THAT MADE THE CHILDREN LAUGH AND PLAY. - 2I..ANoTHER vIsIToR -- A SCREECH 0wLI 22..HoME EG. HAS FINISHED DECORATING THE HDME Ec. RGOMQ 25..THE scHooL IS RINGING WITH SWEET Muslco THE GIRLS ARE GOING T0 sING AT P.T.A. 26..P.T.A. TONlGHTo PUPILS OF ALL ROOMS ARE TO FURNISH THE EN- TERTAIHMENT. ..ALL SCHOOL PARTY TONIGHT WITH FRESHMEN AS HUNDRED GUESTSo 2 AQLINEL COULDN'T GDME T0 THE PARTY BUT I THINK HE IS GETTING AN IDEA WHAT THE ENTERTAINMENT wAs AaouT. 29..PLAv CDWDEN AND AS EAD AS I HATE T0 ADUIT IT, LOST 9-I2. OH wELL. WHAT IS oNE GAME? COME on. aovs LET's sHow THEM NEXT TlMEo AWON GAME AT WINDSOR 7-6. WE'RE PRouD or ouR FIRST S.H.S. CARDINAL. - .Two DAYS vAcATIoN BECAUSE OF TEACHERS INSTITUTEQ HURRAHI SENIoRs ENTERTAINED ASSEMBLY THIS MORlIHGo .HOME Ee. CLUB onGANIzEo. OH GDDDS THEY'VE STARTED THE GYM. .MR. KELL WAS CONVINCED sv IRVIN THAT A BEE IS STRONGER THAN ANAIT. 'IF vou SAT ON A BEE,' sAvs HE, IT cAN RAISE vou.' l2oooGoAelo ORGANIIEDO 2... 4... 5000 90000 'ooo OCT. OCT. OCT. OCTA OCTQ DCT. OCTP 0cT. 0cT. Nov. Novo Novo Nov. Nov. Nov. NOVO Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. NOVO DEC. OECD DECQ l6..ARE THERE HAPPY FACES THIS MORNING. SENIoRs RECEIVED THEIR RINGS. I8..ALL NAVY ESSAYS ARE T0 BE HANDED IN ev 4. NHO'LL GET THAT PIN? G.A.A. GIRLS WENT ON BICYCLE TOUR. JUNIDRSENTERTAINED ASSEMBLY. l9..MlSS ANDERMANN HAS GONE T0 TEAcHER's CONFERENCE, so IE'RE HAVING A LOT DF NEW TEACHERS TODAY AND TOMORROWA 20..G.A.A. GIRLS HAD A WEINER ROASTA 23..TRY'0UTS FOR cHEER LEADER THIS MDRNING. JUNIORS GOT THEIR PLAY eooxs AND HAVE STARTED PRACTICINGA 24..DRAMATIc CLUB HAD A WEINER ROASTQ 27..A GREAT NAvY PROGRAM WAS GIVEN av DIFFERENT MEMBERS or SCH' ooL IN HDNDR or THE NAVY AND NAVY DAY. 30..BUSlNESS ECONOMICS CLASS WAS sENT T0 THE PEN IN VANDALIA TODAY. ZIAAVISITORS TODAY. THE GUESTS ARE soME GHOSTS AND PEcuLIAR LOCKING PEOPLE FROM DOWNSTAIRS. l..FRESHMEN ENTERTAINED ASSEMBLY. AsHMoRE BEAT us 8-25. 2..G.A.A. GIRLS TOOK A HEART EXAMINATIONA No BROKEN ONES. 6..HAD A FIRE DRILL. SCHOOL WAS GLEARED IN 40 SECONDS. 7..SClENCE CLASS VISITED ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL T0 HEAR A LECTURE BY MR. WM. ERDMANN or DANVILLE. 8..ASSElBLY wAs ENTERTAINED BY A DOLL SHOW GIVEN BY THE DRAM- ATIC CLua. SENIoRs VENT T0 DECATUR T0 HAVE THEIR PICTURES TAKEN. IOAABOTH TEAMS LOST AT TOWER HILL. SECOND TEAM 25-7.FlRST TEAM 3345- IIAASECOND PRODUCTION or JUNIOR PLAY. l5..SENIoRs RECEIVED I4..BEAT GAYS WITH A l6..G.A.A. HAVE BEEN l7..SECOND TEAM LosT ORE or 25-53. 2O..MoRRIs BREHMER AND HENRY WIDDERSHEIM VISITED SCHOOL TODAY- STEIIIARDSDN HEAT us I6-50. 22..PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ENTERTAINED THE ASSENBLYA G.A.A. GIRLS 0 A JACK AND JILL PARTY. JUNIOR k SENIOR HoME EG. CLASS vls- ITED MOUNT FURNITURE STORE AND KHEHNE FURNITURE FACTORY AT MATTOONA 0oN'T aoTHER US-'WE'RE EATING TURKEYA SEcoND RooM ENTERTAINED ASSEMBLY WITH A MIN' STREL SHOW. .l..DREw NAMES FOR THE CHRISTMAS sox. BEAT LAKEWOQD 27-I5. 4..I24 MORE PERIoDs TILL CHRISTMAS vAcA- TION. .FIRST RDDM ENTERTAINED ASSEMBLY wITH TWO LITTLE PLAYS AND soNGs. THE PRODFS or THEIR PICTURESQ SCORE or I9-37. HAVING SOME TARGET AND HORSE'SHOEPRAUflCEo AT HERRICK WHILE FIRST TEAM won WITH A sc- 23.. ag.. 6. OED. DEc. DEc. DES. DEC. DEc. DECO OED. OED. DED. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JAN. JANO 8..WHAT D0 YOU xuow? Don CLAIMS HE CAN MAKE A DUCK cAcxLE LIKE A CHICKEN. lI..JuST ANOTHER BLUE MONDAY. l3..STuDENT COUNCIL ENTERTAINED THE ASSEMBLY. HOME Ec. GIRLSIMD A SEWING MACHINE DEMONSTRATION. ALL THE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS AND THEIR MOTHERS WERE INVITED. l4.eENGLlSH IV WAS LOCKED IN ITS cLAsS RDDM FOR INSISTING ON us- ING THE FLOOR FDR A WASTE BASKET- I ..LERNA BEAT us 35-28. I -.RUTH MARTIN AND STELMA VOLKMAN WINNING THE LAST GAME, ENDED THE G.A.A. PING'PONG TDURNAMENT. I9..P.T.A. GRADES ENTERTAINED WITH THE uSuAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM. GLEE CLUB SANS 'SILENT NIGHTN. 20.-GERMAN CLASS ENTERTAINED. WHAT DID THEY SAY? WHY IT'S ALL IN GERMANA ANYWAY we ALL GOT A euzz OUT or IT. 22ooCHRISTMAS VACATION STARTED. EVERYONE ENJDYED RIFLE SHOOTING, HDRSE-SHDE, PlNG'PONG9 THEN THE PROGRAM, THE DINNER AND CHR- ISTMAS EXCHANGE. 25..MERRY CHRISTMASI I..HAPPY NEW YEAR! - LEAP YEAR. GIRLS GRAB YOUR MAN. 2..JEANETTE. JAKE. AND 3..THE LITTLE HDME Ee. NURSERY RHYMES. 5..BY ALL THE NEW TIES CHRISTMAS IS ovER. THEM. 8..WELL WE HAVE T0 TAKE THE LAST ONE or THOSE SHOTS TODAY. 9..WCHEATER' vISITED HDME ED. CLASS. I0..No. I CAN'T COME OVER THIS EVENING. I HAVE T0 STUDY. II-.EVERYONE LOOKS WORN our AND I SEE VERY FEW SMILES. 'I WONDER WHYD I2..HALE A DAY OFF. THANK GOODNESSI SEMESTER'S ARE OVER. I WONDER WHAT I MADE? I5..THE FRESHMEN AND SDPHDMDRE CLASS ARE HAVING A TIME TRYING TO HELP MAXINE MANIDN CUT cuT A PATTERN. I HEARD IT WAS A LIT- TLE SMALL. I6ouHEWlTT PUT up THREE HONOR ROLLS SINCE THIS IS THE END or THE SEMESTER AND WEIRE GOING TO START A NEW SHEET. wE'RE GLAD T0 SAY THERE UAS AN ADDITION T0 THE HONOR ROLL. WE GELEBRATED BY HAVING A MOVIE THIS AFTERNOONS I7..FRESHMEN won THE FRESHMEN'SOPHOMORE SPELLING CONTESTS THE LATTER IS snr ING THEM A PARTY THIS EVENINGQ 22..SHoRTHAND CLASS HAS BEEN VISITING OTHER CLASSES. THEY'LL HAVE A Joe IF THEY KEEP UP WITH OUR FASTUDUMS. 23..HAD A MOVIE THE LAST PERIOD ON DEv- ELOPMENT QF DIFFERENT MACHlNERf:- LOUIE HAVEN'T RETURNEDo GIRLS ENTERTAINED US THIS MORNING WITH AND SOCKS AND JEWELRY WE CAN TELL THAT BUT ANDERMANN'S DIAMOND TOPS ALL OF JAN. JAND JANQ JAN. JAN. JAN. FEBS FSBO FEB. FED. FEBo FEB. 24..G.A.A. ENTERTAINED WITH A RADIO PROGRAM THIS MORNINGQ 25..BASKETaALL TOURNAMENT 26 27 29 Bl I 6 9 LILLIAN WIRTH AND GRAYCE SCHROEDER VISITED SCHOOLTHIS AFTERNooN. STARTED! JEANETTE VISITED Us THIS AFTERNOON. THIS IS OUR DAY OFF. BEAT CCONEES KEEP UP THIS SATURDAY WILL BE B TROPHYy BEATING HERRICR 49-I5. LET's GIVE THREE RAMSI FOR THE TEAM. RAHI RAHI RAHIF G.A.A. THREW DARTS AT Noon. WE HAVE DECIDED T0 HAVE SEVERAL READER'S DIGESTS IN oUR SCHOOL FDR THE BENE- FIT OF THE DIFFERENT CLASSES. LAvoNE STEAHLI AND MAURINE REEL VISITED SCHOOL. JUNIORS SELECTED THEIR cLASs RINGS- AFTER HAVING TO PLAY A FEW MINUTES DUERTIME. BEEcHER CITY BEAT Us 50-28. THE SECOND TEAM GOT BEAT I6-IS. WWALLYN WAS TO VISIT Us. HE TALKED Us INTO SELLING HAGAZINES TO MAKE MONEY FOR OUR SCHOOLS TEACHERS, WE DON'T ENVY voU.Hws THE coco woRxI NOTED IN HISTORY. Bovs WONCLASS lO..BEAT STEWARDSON 35-33. SECOND TEAM coT BEATS l4..GOT ouR MONEY'S WORTH WHEN TEACHERS ENTERTAINEDA THEY RAN I5 MINUTES OVERTIMEA SENIDRS TOOK SAFETY TESTS l6..CLAssEs WERE ENTERTAINED BY THE SHDRTHAND STUDENTS. THEY TRANSCRIBED THEIR NOTES TAKEN DURING CLASSES. Mlna FED. FEB. FEE. FEB. FEB. FEBS MARC uIRo MAR. MAR. MAR. MAR. MAR. MARC MARO MARS MAR. MAR. MAR. MAR. APR. AFRO APR. APR. APR. APRS l9'MR. HEWITT ENTERTAINED THE BASKET BALL TEAM WITH A CHILI SUP' PERQ 2l'POTOWATOMlES WON THE CONTEST. JANE HDDD SDLD ICTSMBCRIPTIONS. 26-NEW FASHION STARTED TODAY. ALL THE sovs ARE wEARINc SLASKLEA- THER Sow TIES. 27-P.T.A. VAS ENTERTAINED BY THE FOOTLIGHT CLUB AND THE BAw.WILL SALLY EVER LEARN T0 SAY 'BLARNEY?' 28-TAKING PICTURES RIGHT AND LEFT. THE ANNUAL COPY MUST BE IN soon. 29'THE SIXTH COPY or THE SoH.S.CARDlNAL CAME OFF THE PRESSTDDAY. 4PKlCKAPO0S cAvE POTOWATOMIES A PARTY. HOME Ee. CLASSES HAD cL- EAIUP DAY. IF You WANT YOUR DESK SHINED up JUST 5'FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORE HOME Ec. CLASS VISITED FACTORY AT SHELBYVILLE. 6'SHORTY HAS BEEN SICK FOR ALMOST A MONTH. HERE'S SPEEDY RECOVERY. 7'SEIl0RS DECIDED ON 'AUNT MINNIE FROM MINNESOTA' PLAY. ll'SGHO0L DISMISSED AT IO:3l. JOHN DEER 'HOLLOW'- TNE GARMENT HOPIIG PDR A AS THEIRCLASS DAY. HURRAHI l2'TRY'0UTS EDR 'AUNT MINNIE FROM MlNNESOTA'. l3'wE'RE ALL LITTLE ANGELS SINCE HEWITT AT NOON. FRESHNEN HAD A PARTY. WHD I4fBAND HAS SET APRIL 2 AS THE DATE ron I5-JDNIDRS HAvE DECIDED ON APRIL I9 PDR 20'SOPHOMORE PARTY TONIGHT. SENIDRS LET TERTAIN THIS uoRNINc. STARTED HIS ITENTION HALL STEPPED ON WHOSE TOES? THEIR PARTY. THE JUNIOR'SENlOR Bmmxr. us DOWNS THEY DIDH'T EN' 2 -WE SEE CUFID HAS HIS DARTS MIXED. 2 A SHOW ON 4PH WDRH UAS GIVEN AT P.T.A. EvERYoNE ENJDYED THE CAKE WALK PUT ON ev THE JuNIoRs. 27-I WISH THE GRADES wouLD PASS AROUND THEIR PoPcoRN. ITSNIELLSSD Soon AND IIH STARVED. 28'LINEL THINKS IT WILL BE CLEAR To-DAY BECAUSE THE DARK cLouos HAVE LEFT. IT lSN'T EvERYoNE wHo HAS A SoNc sune T0 THEM IS THERE9 LOUISA? 29-SHDRTY IS GETTING BETTER IN ALGEBRA HE SAYS. HE ALMOST GOT'UE or THOSE PROBLEMS, MISSING IT av ONE PDINT. I-FRESHMEN-SoPHouoRE HDHE Ec. CLASS IS TAKING UP CROGHETING. AN ELDERLY WOMAN HATDHINS THEU WOULD PROBABLY LAUGH AND THINR, 'wHAT'S THIS YouNcER GENERATION COMING To?' 2-LINEL IHTERRUPTED A VERY INTERESTING CIVICS CLASS TO WARN MISS WEBER THAT HE DIDN'T HAVE TIME TD VISIT THE DETENTIDN HALL THIS NOON. I cuess HE DlDN'T TRUST HIS own SEHAYIDR. 4rTo-NIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT THE SENIORS ARE PRODUCING THEIR PLAY 'ADNT MINNIE FROM MINNESOTAN. 8-HAD A SPELLING coNTEsT. LILA won FIRST PLACE, LoRENE BUESKING won SEcoND AND MARJDRIE ENGEL WON THIRD. MEDALS WERE AWARDED TO ALL THESE GIRLS. 9-BAND PARTY TO'NIGHT. l9'THE LONG AUAITED JUNIDR-SENIDR BANQUET HAS ARRIVED. I NIPPES TAVERN I BLOCK EAST CF ROUTE 23 ON MAIN STREET STRASBURGI ILLINOIS RINCKER 8 SON STRASBURGQ ILLINOIS YORK S CAFE GOOD EATS AND DRINKS STRASBURG9 ILLINOIS ALFRED c DULING 877 I 'I939 WE DEDICATE vans SPACE TO THE memoav or THE LATE MRO DULING Ano uns MANY YEARS or SERVICE AS A nlnscvon or THE STRASBURG SCHOOLQ HE WAS om: or THE mosr PLEASANT osnecrons we HAVE EVER HAD THE PLEAsuRE or DEALING wurno SINCERELY9 HARDWAREQ TOOI..S C UTLERY OIL STOVES WALLPAPER, PAINTS SPORTING GOODS SHELBYVI LLEQ ILLINOIS WM W E GEL JOHN DEERE FARM MACHINERY STRASBURGQ ILL NO IS GOOD WISHES AND MUCH SUCCESS TO STRASBURG HIGH STRASBURGQ ILLINOIS 3009 OOO CI-I IX ANNUALLY SPITZ MATTOON9 ILLINOIS MENS Ano BOYS CLOTHING AND FLRNISHINGS QUALITY STYLE SATISFACTION L. . HILL PHONE 829 MAIN STREET IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllliIII 9 I I . BIEHLER S HATCHERY STEWARDSON CLI PPER MOST F-TOR YOUR MONEY VALIES PHONE SWINGERT S TAVERN 50 LLNCHEON STRASBURGD ILLINOIS M BARBER STRASBURG9 ILLINOIS T A WEBER MAXF WEBER F' E WEBER T A WEBER 8 ONS DRY GOODS9 FOOTWEAR, GROCERIES ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES IF YOU OON'T SEE WHAT YOU WANT ASK FOR lT"CASI-I BUYERS OF POULTRY9 EGGS 50 CREAM FRESH 50 CIRED NEATS OPEN SUNDAY MORNING PHONE 7 STRASBURG0 ILLINOIS STRASBURG STATE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION STRASBURG ILLINOIS BRYAN RENSHAW MARTIN PFEIFFER FANCY GROCERIES SHOES AND SHOE REPAIRING STRASBURG9 ILLINOI FUNERAL DIRECTOR STRASBURG9 ILLINOIS DWMAM Awww GEORGE E. KULL STRASBURG, ILLINOIS STRASBURG9 ILLINOIS ' . To S PHONE 115 I - H. . SALES AND SERVICE C GRAND THEATRE GET THE GRAND HABIT WALGREEN COMPANY FISHER CHEVROLET CO ::.:eNTs OF me G, . YORK Howe :o5 J. J. ALTHAUS, MANAGER BRG, ILLINOIS SHELBYVILLET :LL::: s ew :94o cHEvRo:.E'r suLL:vA::, ILLQ YE-:T -:T BUY"lT vs A sooo s :TE nosonf, IL DRS. TURNEY 8 TURNEY ARTHUR T. STEIDLEY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SI-IELBYVILLE9 ILLINOIS ATTORNEY AT LAW PHONE SHELBYVILLE9 ILLINOIS OFFICE 277 Home 229 PH ' LGAS FRED MILCHMAN THE PERFECT9 ECONOMICAL FUEL FOR EVERY COOKING OPERATION MEATS AND GROCERIES STFWARDSON9 ILL STEWARDSON0 ILLINOIS FOR COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT SERVICE VOTE' FOR A E DOU HIT F PRIMARY APRIL 99 1940 BOOSTERS FRANK P DOWNS SI-IELBYVILLEI ILLINOIS DR F M DALEQ JEWELER AAD OPTOMETRIST SI-IELBYVILLEQ ILLINOIS STYL ART SHOP SHELBYVILLEI ILLINOIS PAULC VOLKAMN STRASBURGn ILLINOIS IREME ZONA WINDSOR: ILLINOIS COMPLIMEN'I'S OF ORENSTEIN'S LADIES READY TO"wEAR"SAMRT APPAREL"'NIA'I'I'O0Nn ILLINOIS J KENNETH RONEY COLNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS SHELBY COLNTY . . T OR CIRCUIT CLERK AND RECORDER THE TWINS VINCENT S CAFE LE LI LBYV LE II -I WI N MARX HOMEMADE Auro Co ICE CREAM BUTO RGUS RB ERV ECREA IS NE OT A S DE LINE BE SURE SEE IT 'WE TRADE FO YTI-I NG N MORGA CuI.I.IsoAI IIIIDDLE STATE CHEESE FURNITURE COMPANY BUTTER MFG C0 I-SER RNTU TOES ELB LLE B U IIIINDSOR GREENHOUSES ARCADE DRESS 8 HAT IMS SHOP LORA ES G S EXC LSI E UT EX VE NDSOR ILLI E YV LE LLI S 9 A CONGENIAL PLACE TO EAT ' BEAUTY STLDIO HOME COOKING SHELBYVIL I IL NOIS SHE IL I ILLINOIS C O 1 ' LSO I A . AO . ' COUNTY DISTRI R , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL NEW FORD'FE ON CU S ICE"FREE DELIVERY TRACTOR IC M IS OIR B I SS N I Iwo R AAI I " . M PHUVE 25 SI-IELBYVILLE9 ILLINOIS SI-IELBWILLE9 ILLINOIS SHIP YOUR MILK AND CREAM TO ' . . NEW Ano FU I RED RLGS AND S V SH WI I ILLINOIS SI-IEL YVILLE ILLINOIS PHONE ' AIN TREET CUI' FLOWERS " P F L D I N I I L V B NOT PENSI PHONE 242 Ann 207 WI 9 NOIS SH LB IL 9 I NOI DILLOW S DRUG STORE WRWWWYUW SPARKS COLLEGE SLCCESSOR T0 DE MONBRUN DRIX3 STORE HAS HELPED YOUNG PEOPLE TO SLIICEED SHELBYVILLE ILLINOIS PHONE 208 SI-IELBYVILLEQ ILLINOIS YOU CAN COUNT ON THE MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS AT WINDSOR GA7ETTE THE HUB SHELBYVILLEQ ILLINOIS TO SUPPORT EVERY MOVEMENT POPULAR PRICED CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND SHOES PHONE 295 Su 25 A YEAR SHAFER S DRUG STORE F W BEN ETT HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE FIRE, TORNADOD AUTO INSURANCE DRUGS AND DRLB SUNDRIES AND FARM LOANS WINDSOR, ILLINOIS WIIIDSOR9 ILLINOIS HOME OF PURINA FEEDS A FEED FOR EVERY NEED IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAG Awww SCHAPER FEED SUPPLY RADIOS AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES DR W C CARNES WINDSOR, ILLINOIS PHONE 96 SHELBXVILLE9 ILLINOI :J FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR SCHOOLS AT POPULAR PRICE , . . . N SHELBY EFFINGHAM SERV ICE COMPANY THE FARMER'S OWN COOPERATIVE OIL COMPANY SHELBWILLEQ ILLINOIS FOR RAPIDQ MODERN SERVICE ON CLEANING REPAIRING ALL PLAIN GARNIENTS 504 SKIRTS TROLSERS9 LIGHT SWEATERS 351 ALL KING OF REPAIRING TERRY S BAR B Q FO UNTA IN SERVICE LUNCHES SANOWICI-IES LET us PLAN YOUR NEXT PARTY PHONE 645 SHELBYVILLE9 ILLINOIS JOHN T SMITH OLIVER AND NASSEY HARRIS FARNI EQUIPNENT SUPERIOR oRILIs OLIVER 'IO' TRACTORS JONES 8 BURKHOLDER McCORMACK'OEERING FARM MACH REPA I RS 30 MOTOR TRUCKS PHONE sI-IELBWILLE 757 N MORGAN SHELRWILLEI ILLINOIS READ THE SHELBYVILLE DAILY UNION SHELBYVILLE ILLINOIS F-'OR THE NEWS OF YOUR JICINITY COUNTYQ STATE AND NATION SHELBY LOAN TRUST COMPANY SHELBYVILLEQ ILLINOIS NEAL HOTEL SHELBWILLEI1 ILLINOIS AND PHONE 638 SHELBWILLEI ILLQ 34000 YEAR Q O O WIRE FENCING SURGE MILKEIB 678 FRANCES HOTEL SHELBYVILLE9 ILLINOIS ,1 PANA9 ILLINOIS PROFESSI NAL nlREcToRY THEO. THOMPSON M. D. SHELBYVILLEQ ILLINOIS J. C. NILLARD LAWYER SHELBYVILLE, ILLINOIS D. 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