Stonington High School - Stony Echoes Yearbook (Stonington, IL)
- Class of 1939
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'33 Junior Class '33
FIRST ROW MHIJOIIQ Golden Gelal lme Coady Claw.
VIa11e Castleman DHVICI Buggs Beat11 e McAxoy Elolse
De he1t Irene Wells
SECOND ROW Mu11e1 Hen1ng1 Esthe1 Klay I1ene
T1ue D011 G1ant LO1l3.11'l A1mStlOHg M1ld1edEn1e1son
VIa1ga1 et Alley N01 ma C11st
THIRD ROW Hllclred DGVOIQ VIe11em Campbelle
VIa1y Ellen Wetzel Lu 1lle W ltekamp Ruth Ellen Watson
FOURTH ROW LaVe1ne Johnson B1ll1e Eubank
Blanche Campbell MIS Haskett fclass adx1s1p WlIfl9Cl
Shotton Ray Smlth J1m Mauon Tom B1 own
FIFTH ROW Gene Melton VIau11ce Young B111 Laule1
Leo Cu1t1n Glenn Peabody Jack Coffey Robelt VIcCo1m1ck
Russel Yates James Woolhouse
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'23 SOPHOITICDRES '23
FIRST ROW Eun1 e La111ck Maly Clane Golden
Catheune L mane L11l1an Phan es Geneva Bolls Nan y Buzan
SECOND ROW Vela Slmp on Cleo Devo e Wanda
lhompson lVIa1yLouDul1ng Catheun Taylol Vllglllla Bul
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THIRD ROW Pat Doyle Dvs1ghtWoolhouse Delma1
R1tCl'119 Junlol ODel1 Rcbelt Blak man Juhe Lo1enz1n1
Vlalcel Elbes M1 s H111 Cclass advlselj
FOURTH ROW Jun1o1 Kllne HOXK3ld Noblet Dauell
Smlth Andl w Malu co Paul Home Paul Sclhday Auetm
Taylol Robert Cook
FIFTH ROW Delmal R1gSby Joe Lynn Rlchald Akms
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'33 Freshman Class 'Ei
FIRST ROW Mlldxed DeXhe1me1 Ca1o11ne Letchm
Phylhs Jouglet Anna M3116 Coady Rosella Gufflth B tty
SECOND ROW Bobby Smlth Geoxge G1l1esp1e Ken
neth Mauon Maynald Devo e Call Nolen Wayne Mullen
Myxa Montgomely Rh em Wetzel Albelt Buxkhalt
THIRD ROW Lelah Thloop Dalsy Golflen Betty Mel
Vlaly Com ell Jean Buzan
FOURTH ROW M1 s Anthony Cclas 3dV1S6l, Robeit
Cowell Ge1a1dMay Eva K9.1l1Ck Geneva Clalg Belfladlfle
Peabody Dolothy Stroud LOUIS Feeney Flede WIICOXGH
FIFTH ROW JUUIOI G1aham I1a Hall Robe1tL Sm1th
Luthel Bxovsn FIHHCIS Weltekamp Leal Godbey W1l11am
Cuxtln Robelt Johnson Challes Coutuuauwc
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rRESHNTh CLASQ HIQTOHY
Cn a bright Monday morning in september 1938, forty nine mighty
Cgreenl freshmen, bombarded the most sacred portals of old S C H S
Both the bold and the timid, the large, small, and otherwise reg
lstered, and prepa ations were mad for a happy year Our first
class meeting which was held in a few days was one to be remembered
To everyone's amazement the freshmen were not to he found After a
lone and tiresome search, our class adviser found us, han ine over
the blacony, aazina into the vast Arena CAud1torium! fha Zia 'ftx
each one straining his eyes for the first glimpse of 5P'Ca QB!!
the notorious bull, which upper classmen had told ue ?f,,f 3
would be sure to appear Ve were rounded up and ' I X
after carrying out the deed and makina the injured
Preside t, Nadine Heber, Vice Pre ident, Luther Brown, Secretary and
Treasu er, Petty Carter
if Our first class party was held at the home of
hgefqyb Junior Graham where everyone spent an enjoyable even n
wh Xi eating hot dogs and playing games
At the end of the first six weeks only three names were on the
honor roll to represent the freshman class As the term wore on more
names were seen and several times there were more freshmen than any
othe class on the honor roll That proved that we weren't as green
as we looked
We took pride in our Christmas assembly program with Kenneth
Marron and Junior Graham in the leading roles and with Phyllis
Jounlet, William Curtin, Bernadine Peabody, Nadine Weber, Nyra mont
gomery, and Charles Couturiaux making up the supporting cast
when the time came for the operetta, Myra Montvomery received a
leading part Nadine Weber, Freda Wilcoxen, Phyllis Jouglet,
Kenneth harron, Charles Couturiaux, Betty Carter Daisy Gordon,
Betty Melton, Jean Busan, Roselle Griffith, and Mildred Dexheimmer
were also included in the cast There were five freshmen with speak
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Tn the class totrna f 5 ment, our team defeated
tHE grade school's team Ann Coady and Caroline
Letrshe were elected , Q cheer leaders for the
boys, while Charles Cou b turiaux and Kenneth Mar
were eLected the Cf girls' cheering squad
Lyra Montgomery and Charles Couturiaux represented our class in
the preliminary contest with the songs'I know a lovely Garden' and
"ls'acushla". Both placed second.
Mighty as fP6Bh BB-'lhlt.lL1l the class be as seniors?
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Q Football Squad Q5
FIRST ROW Mal vln Phal es B111 Bllgga Dlxon Zelglel
Eugene Beatv Ray Peabody Glart Tlaughbel Golden Pea
SECOND ROW Jack Coffey Call Golden Paul Ham
mon Lavslence Com ell Tom B1 own Roy Peabody Lyl
THIRD ROW Gene Melton Jlnl MRIIOH Glenn Pea
body DavldBllgg Ruesell Yates Pau1So111day Pat Doyle
FOURTH ROW HOXXQIC1 Nobl t Dallell Smlth Luthel
BIOVKH F1aHC1SW91t6kamp Leal Godbey B111Eubanks B111
Lavxlel Bobby Smlth
FIFTH ROW Robelt Cook fmanagelj Austln Taylol
fcoa 111 JUHIOI O Dell
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FIRST ROW Tom B1 ou n Golden Peabody Ruesel Yat s
Vaul 1ce Young Lyle Young Jameb WoolhouQe B1l11e Eubanx
SECOND ROW Jun Mauon Cmanagexj ha Hall Pat
Doyle Dmght Woolhouse lu11eLo1enz1n1 Andzexx Malucco
TUHIOI ODell Mx Wyldel Qcoachj
THIRD ROW Leal Godbey R1 hald Ak1nQ Robe1tMc
L olmlek Paul Solllflay Jack Coffey LaVe1ne John on
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ELOISE DECHERT and IRENE IDELLS
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FIRST ROW Jean Buzan Meuem Campbelle Helen
Kaulck Hlldlefl Devole Cleo Devole Maxme Matson Evelyn
SECOND ROW B tty Caltel Cathe11ne Taylol M11
d1edEme1scn Lo11a1ne AlmStlOHg Bobby Smlth Kenneth
Vlaucn Robe1tCovxell Noxma Cust
THIRD ROW AUSt1H Taylol Raymond Clalk Roy Pea
body Lo1enMontgorne1y Jun1o1 ODell Ray Smlth Mal
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FOURTH ROW G1antT1aughbe1 Pat Doyle Paul
Solhday Ray Peabody Ma1celE1be MISS H111 Eunlce Lal
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FIRST ROW M1d1 ed Dexhelmer Da1sy Golden Phyllls
Jougl t Calollne Letchel Rosella Gllfflth Ma1ga1etBold1n1
F1 ances Castleman
SECOND ROW Many Cowell Betty Caltel Mlldrefl
Emelson Ann Garwood L1l11an Emerson Lelah Thloop
Anna Mau Coady Myla Montgomely
THIRD ROW Helen Dexhelmex Velma Kuegel Bel
nadme May Elleen Bunlelgh Gulda Peabody Helen K3ll1Ck
FOURTH ROW Jean Buzan Elalne DuPage Tlenna
Mauon MISS H111 Phyllls Baughman
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Alm tlong Chaxles Coutuuaux Malvln Phales Phylhs
SECOND ROW L1ll1an Phales Elvln Beatty Raymond
Cla1k MISS H111 Ruth Ellen Watson Claxa Man 16 Castleman
THIRD ROW Ray Smlth Robelt Covs ell Beznadlne
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FIRST ROW Lolen Montgomely Ray Peabody Gorden
Peabody MHIVIH Phales Raymond Clalk Lyle Young Gelald
SECOND ROW JUHIOI Glaham Gelald May Maynard
Devole Delma1R1tch1e Wllllam Cultln Rheem Wetzel Elle
Va seul Leo Curtm Jlm Mauon
THIRD ROW I1a Hall Dauell Srnlth Robe1tL Smlth
Durand Lol en K1 legel
FOURTH ROW LaVe1ne Johnson Roy Peabody Glant
Txauglrbel Glenn Peabody Delmal Rlgsby Bob MIHOI D1Xon
FIFTH ROW Gene Melton M1 Dunseth Robelt Cook
Robe1tM CO1m1Ck Eugene Beaty Maull e Young Joe Lynn
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The members of the local chapter
of Future Farmers of America met at the
beainning of the school terr and elect x X
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President Gordon Peabody
Vice President Leo Curtin
Secretary Joe Lynn
Reporter Raymond Clark
Watch Dog Jim Marron
There was a large attendance at
the Green Hand initlatlor, when the
following boys were initiated: Rheem
Wetzel, aynard Devore, Bill Curtin,
Junior Graham, Robert Blakeman, Ira
Hall, Charles Hall, Robert Smith, and
The school demonstration plot was not used this year, but it is
planned to have Junior Graham take charge and cultivate it next year
He is going to experiment with different varieties of hybrid corn
The farm mechanics class and the agriculture classes together
sold almost a thousand chickens from the Clover Leaf and Stouts dat
cheries They received a dollar per hundred chicks sold
Then the boys built a hog house and sold chances on it he
money was set aside to provide for an F F A Banquet
For the exhibit this year the agriculture class had a display on
pruning, hybrid corn, soil testing and seed preparation
The farm mechanics class had an exhibit in each section of the
shop Under soldering there was a funnel, and a chick feeder in
forge work there were some hay hooks, a gate hook, and a spring seat
hook, in tool care and repair, the tools were sharpered andin good
condition, in rope work there were some splices sand rope halters,
in leather work there was a repaired set of harness
The agriculture and farm mechanics class competed in the grain
and poultry show held at Nokomis in March. The following boys made
up the ooultry team: Ray Peabody, Glenn Peabody, Grant Traughber,
and Raymond Clarke Those on the grain team were: Gerald May,
Delrar Ritchie, Junior Graham, Robert Blakeman, and Bill Curtin, The
poultry team placed tenth and the grain team placed.
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The senior class of 1939 presented the three act comedy on
may 19 'Oh Professor ' It was written by the same author as
rcond Story Peggyg' the senior play in 58
Uatricla Patterson a national socialite beauty is darting
from one European capitol to another She is being pursued by
'he famous playboy Michael Pemberton, Dixon Zelgler After be
cominb wearv of the pursuit Michael returns home Hn is followed
b the little French girl Mademoiselle Fifi Elaine Dupv 1
M chael trades places wlth Prof Percival Courtwright Paul Ham
mon to escape her
Just as he aassumes his duties as professor, Jimmy Anderson
enters dressed as a girl, to get away from a cop Frederica, an
elderly womans Txenna Marron, is assistant to the clever Dr
the school, add
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Gorden Bertha, Jean Belle and Fluff, girls at
to the comedy Jake the jrnitor weaves the come
comes when Patricia Patterson returns from europe
herself involved in the spider web situation The end
Fluff and Jimmy iron out their difficulties and Dr
and Frederica smile knowlingly Michael and Patricia
closing scene and bring the play to a happy ending
portrayed comedy marks the last appearance of these
char cters oefore graduation Success to everyone of them'
Tks senior class wishes to thank Miss Anthony for her suc
cessful efforts in directing the play
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The exhibit in the science laboratory included biology and scl-
ence projects. Many interesting varieties were found, including
stuffed fowls, disected frogs and insects, posters of wood samples,
and various scrapbookso x QQ'
In addition to the numerous mathematical exh'b1t1ons
Wylder's room also held the exhibits of the physics class The most
interesting part of this exhibit proved to be the hand constructed
pinhole cameras and developed pictures taken with them A rack of
musical bottles drew a R006 crowd, and the hand-made model electri
cal machinery received much attention
Modern pruning, crop production and experiments on the raising
of hybrid corn were the features in the amrlcultural division Th
farm,mephan1c boys exhibited a larxe hog house which they built as a
class project and decided to 'raffle of' '
Tbouzh several of the thlnzs shown in the Latin room have been
exhibited year after year it was discovered that there were still
interested spectators who had never seen them or received any ex
lanatlon of them New exhibits included seieral over sized scrap
ooks dolls dressed as Roman citizens reproductions of Roman weap
cus and mode war machinery: a loaf of bread in Roman style a wax
slate sandals a.d others novelties
The music display proved very enjoyable Miss Hill also nad
her gym classes prepare an exhibitiono the first time this idea has
been carried out Scrapbooks and the various paraphernalia used in
different s 0135 activities were fea'uled
At edmbt oaclcck 9 general assembly was held in the auditorium
k on t at tle oo t sa play 'The Blue Tesoot ' presented their
t Ddblk operotta 'fadiss A'd,' was z4ven y
+1s Gdee Club After tra assembly the rooms were asain opened for
lu tner inspection
This year e display was oonsgdered by many to be the best ex
hibit Stoninzton has ever had
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FIRST ROW VIIQIHIR Bullelgh Myla Montgomery
Leo Cu1t1n Elalne DuPage Eunlce La111ck Dons Glant
SECOND ROW Geneva Bells Meuem Campbelle
F1edaW1lcoxen MISS R1 halds Cadvlselj Elle n Bu1le1gh
THIRD ROW Elvm Beatty Jull Lolenz1n1 Pat Doyle
Raymond Clazk MISS Hohle1 f3.ClV1S6lJ Malgalet Alley Jean
FOURTH ROW Lolen Montgomely Gxant T1 aughbel
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Alberts Coffey Qlrs Blilorl
Mildred Kelly Kurs Lloyd Brownl
Bernard Liver ood
Leone McLain Mrs Harold Shroutl
Katie Simiwrs hoolhouseb
Mildred Sims xmrs Phipps Unknown?
Vida Smlth inrs Peuben Solliosdb
Mildred Van Soholch
Lela Batty lure Ernest Theinl
delen Bauer Cure E L Gilbert?
Verna Buekmire iMrs Paul Covingtonl
Cells Cfffcy imrs George Bernettl
Helen Hammon Kurs John Ale andorl
Cleo Irene HSGGBIIXMPB Glen Gintherb
Bertha Kennedy lure Michael O'RlleyD
Hope Markwelliurs Wm Portorl
Zells Morrison Kurs Ralph Meteor?
Agnes Sim Kurs. Merle Tdrrantj
Pearl Smith Cmrs. Jordan Kearns!
Leo Tolllver KUnknownl
Zovg workmen imrs. Bullqrdl
Hula wright Cmrs. Porter Hyburnl
Genieve Aeigler ture. Russel Wade!
Penrl Cherry Cure. Ray Robbb
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