Thomas Jefferson High School - Monticello Yearbook (Council Bluffs, IA)

 - Class of 1942

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NRS xyxwg N . - .55-5 .X A X , ., am.-xy, -1-A DEDICATION E, THE members, of the class of '42 sincerely dedicate this, our yearbook, to those five fac- ulty members who like our school itself belong to the memories of all the grad- uating classes of the past . . Escficafion . Top: Mr. O. A. Bumpg Miss Minnie B. Ruppg Mr. l. F. Mueller. Bottom Thomas McMilleng Mr. R. F. Myers. Page Eleven FOREWORD PECIAL acknowledgments for years of loyal service, re- trospective glances at the past of the school, a silver cover ..... all these denote a special occa- sion .... ln these and many other Ways has the annual staff at- tempted to make a significant occasion of the twentieth anni- versary of Thomasjefferson high school ....... UQOHZQQ gSffE'Z6,0I2 . . . Thomas Jefferson high school, better known at T. J., was born in June, 1920. It might have been born sooner, for its construction was approved by popular vote on March 12, 1917, but was thwarted by the World War and legal ob' structions. In the two years that followed, the school, built of Bed' ford limestone with Georgian architecture and soft pine wood' work, grew in size and beauty. From the front, the building took on the appearance of a half court' yard, with an east wing contain' ing the cafeteria downstairs and the auditorium upstairs. On the extreme west was built a similar wing which housed the library and the gymnasium. It was then constructed so that each wing could he entered from the outside through three parts of double doors, the entrance through the east wing permitting patrons to go to the auditorium without hav- ing access to the rest of the build' ing. For the use of the pupils, front entrances were made at the extreme right and left of the center section. At the rear of the school, appeared two doors which corresponded directly with those of the front. On the east side of the building, near the steps leading to the cafeteria, can be found the corner stone, which was laid March 15, 1921. The school was dedicated in January, 1922 and opened its doors to 716 young knowledge seekers the same year. The main building has fifteen classrooms on its first floor and fourteen on its second. Though it has no full third floor, room 300 makes a "grand" beginning. This room, since it is rather isolated, often remains unknown to some students. However as the rendezvous of the journalism students who organize the Signal, the school's weekly newspaper, it is one of the most important rooms in the school. South of the main building is the object of the student printer's desire--the print shop. Here all the school's printed material originates. Included in this are the Monticello, school yearbook, and the Signal, weekly newspaper. The print shop was enlarged in 1926 and printing facilities were improved in 1930 by addition of a larger press. R O.T.C. training began with the opening of the school. In 1923 the R O.T.C. unit was under the instruction of Sergeant Bertram L. Rhea. Few boys were enrolled in the classes. and they had never been in a drill hall or a rifle range. In 1929 a small R 0 TC laall was built on the east side of the annex. As the number taking this training increased, the need for more room became evident. Therefore, in 1937 one of the school's biggest improvements came in the form of a large band and R.O.T.C. hall adjoining the west side of the old printing room. The first R.C.T.C. rifle squad at Thomas Jefferson was organized in 1930, and in 1934 an indoor rifle range was built. A football game was first played on the T. I. field October 13, 1922. T. J., whose coach was Bill Thompson, played Oakland. The Yellowjackets, as the players ECZOHZEQ . came to be known, played a memorable game for the school's football history for they won, 19 to 9. That season T. J. emerged allfvictorious, for not a game was lost. The season's encounters summed up to T. jfs winning a total of 61 points to their oppon- ent's 9. In 1922, the school band was organized. The Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln high school bands consolidated in 1923, and won first place in a contest with the Omaha Central and Lincoln, Nebraska bands. Following this success, they participated in the National High School Band contest held at Chicago. Here they were awarded third place among the hundred high school bands that took part. The first Thomas jefferson high school orchestra, organized in 1923, was com' posed of seven members. Debate was introduced at Thomas Jefferson in 1924 by the debate club. On January 10, 1924, the negative team defeated Atlantic and Woodbine. In February . Dfdgg the affirmative team opened the season by debating South High of Omaha. Thomas Jefferson's first defeat came on February 7, when the negative team lost at Guthrie Center. This closed the season. Dramatics was taken up extensively by literary societies at Thomas Jefferson in 1925. Since then the high school's own programs coupled with paid activity programs have made great use of the auditorium. . . . And so things were begun . . . and so they grew in stature and in imp' ortance .... Thirtyffive seniors received high school diplomas as the class of '24 . . . the first graduating class of Thomas Jefferson high school. This year, well over six times this many will walk down the aisle in mortar board and gown ..... These classes and those to come are the history makers of Thomas Jefferson high school. The Band and R.O.T.C. Hall---The greatest architectural addition to Thomas leffcrson High School After the snow---Thomas jefferson High School in winter cgcfminisffzafion 1 W S ll 1 Supt. C. L. Crawford Now in his second year as the capable superintend- ent of Council Bluffs Public Schools' System, Dr. Craw- ford sends a message to the students of Thomas jeffer- son High School. To the Faculty and Students of the Thomas Jefferson High School: Twenty years ago a new chapter was opened in the history of the Council Bluffs Independent School District. That chapter began with the first opening of the Thomas jefferson High School, then a young institution which was soon to grow into one of the strong and outstanding high schools of this section. This growth has been both well and rapid. You are recognized today as a most worthy competitor in scholarship, athletics, and social development. Today we are passing through extremely critical times and our world is in turmoil. We are counting on all of our people, present and future, Thomas Jefferson faculty and students, to do their part in helping settle the present world problems in the most satisfactory manner. Many of your graduates are serving today in the United States Armed Forces and many others will serve. Others can also help by filling places and positions at home in a more efficient and capable manner, by working a little harder, and by doing just a little more to take the place of those who are now in Military Service. As members of the Thomas jefferson High School, you go to make up one important body or organization of the greater Council Bluffs public school system, Your loyalties belong not only to your Thomas Jefferson High School but to your city as well. As members of the Thomas Jefferson High School and potential graduates from the Council Bluffs public school system, you face important responsibilities in the future as an adult citizen and we wish you all kinds of success and hope that the world which lies ahead will be happier and more successful than the one in which we find ourselves at the present. Sincerely yours, C. L. CRAWFORD. CLC:GFF c,4cfnzi1zi1f'zczfi0lz E Principal R. F. Myers Leading students, faculty and office force through difficult and pleasant days at school, the name R. F. Myers has become synonomous with the envialile reputation of Thomas jefferson High School. On the north side of Thomas jefferson High School, near the middle of tl e hall, there is an archvvay which leads to the schools office. Those who enter this husy portal soon discover that everyone inside is either hurriedly trying to do something for someone else or very energetically endeavoring to get something done for himf self. Students are usually in the latter predicament and wisely choose the help of one of three competent young office assistants-Virginia Dinkle, Virginia Buck, or Annahelle Wright. These girls are capahle of coping with the prohlems involving T. J. or its students fora special reason' all three can claim it as their alma mater. Note: Since this picture was taken, Virginia Dinkle has accepted a position in Vsfashington. Her place has heen taken hy Josephine Nlarlow. Left to right: Virginia Dinkle, Virginia Buck, and Annabelle Wright Mrs. Elizabeth Aker A. B. Tahor College, U. of Southern California Latin Ruth M. Brown B. A. Fletcher College, U. of Iowa, Northwestern U, English, Drama O. A. Bump B. A. Indiana U., Purdue U., Hunting' ton College, Creighton U. Physics, Chemistry Evelyn Bergan B. A. and B. S. St. Claf College, U. of Minnesota Lihrary C. H. Carter B. A. Nebraska State Teachefs College, Colorado State Teacherls, Iowa State Teachefs Shop, Leathercraft, Wcirwdwork, Drawing Charles Davis B. A. University of Iowa Chorus, A Cappella A 'W '- iikfkiii 7' 've Paul Dawson A. B. and A. M. Iowa U., Indiana U., Wisconsin School of Miisic Band, Orchestra W. E. Day IS. S. Iowa State Teachers' College. U. of Iowa Boolikeeping. Sales Genevra Faber B. S, i Iowa State College, U. of Iowa ' Homemaking, Foods Mlles E100 A, B. Hastings College, U. of Nebraska U. of Calif. Geometry, Business Math. Helen M. Exley B. S. and M. A. U. of Nebraska, Northwestern U. Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry iv... xhkx, 2' .Au on 3, Stephen Field M.A. U. of Iowa, U. of Minn., Iowa State College Biology i Nathalia Hutchison Cedar Falls, Colorado State Teaehf ers' College, Gregg Shorthand Colf lege. Shorthand Harold I. jones B. A. and M. A. Capital City Commercial College, Iowa Wesleyan, Parsons College, Gregg Commercial College, U. of Iowa. Typing Doris E. Killins A. B. and M. A. State U, of Iowa English Clara L. Gathmann B. A. U. of Nebraska, U. of Cliicafja ' of Omaha English az..-as Mabel Gunderson B. A, Concordia College, U. of Minneso- ta, U.C.L.A. Columbia U.. North Dakota State Teachers' College Clothing Edward Iewett A. B. Simpson, Omaha U., Indiana State Normal General and Senior Science Helen Kohr B, A. :incl M. A. Diploma in English. College Of Vv'ooater. U. of XX'is., U. ixlLi1I1Ll0I1, Il. of Colo., Ohio State. Friends ll.. Kings College English Ralph M. Lelts ll. A. :mil lvl. A Coe College. U. of Iowzi Economic Geography, Typing Hazel Miller li. A. .lzrinestown College, Iowa U,, lowzi Stale Teachers' College journzrlisni r Esther Madden A, B. and M. A. Spanish U, of Misuuri, U. of Nehraska English I. F. Mueller B. S. lowzr State Tez1cher's College, Omaha U. Drawing, Art, Automotive Service Hannah Nyholm B. A. Dana College. U, of Iowa, U. of Chicago, U. of Nebr. Orville Orr M. A, Iowa State Teacher's College, U. of IUVJH Am. History, Economics F. Paluka B. A. Ripon College, U. of Omaha Am. History, Law Minnie B. Rupp K B I . Colorado State Teachers, XVash- inqton U., Omaha U, Mathematics of Chicago, U. Ralph A. Parkison B. Ed. VV'N.f Ill. State Teachers, Iowa Sta lege, Purdue U. Printing Grace Schroeder B. S. and M. A. U. of Nebraska, U. of Colo. Bookkeeping, junior Business I Mrs. Clara Strickland A. B. and M. A. Park College, Columbia U., Creighf ton U., U. of Iowa Government, Am. History te Col , ,.. . .r--..... I GW' I R. L. Thistlethwaite B. S. and M, A. Central Business College, Am. Technical Society, Graceland Col' lege, luwzi U., Gmaha U. Mo. Stzite Teachers. Cnmmerciztl '3 Homer L. Townsend B. A. Cnrnell College, Omzilm U., Iowa Stzitc Tvzicliers, luwzt U. Ccneiail Science Doi-on L. Warren 538. ' -aussi n ll A. :ind M. A. vliilin liletcliei' Cinllegc, Iowa Uni' Erlligestg-I' Ulm Hmm., l'm'ti Diwdgc -lunim' College, Czixlc 1 , tiin College. liiwxi U. Speech, Delwitc Garnet Welsch ll. A. Inwai Staitc Tezicliers Cullege Creiglitrwn University Civics Sergeant Todd Drill, R.O.T,C. Note: Plcasc sec Athletic Section for pictures of MiSs Grow and Mr. Stucllcc. uafocfiani Mr. Herman Jensen Mr. lohn Myers Mr. Jack Millard Mr. George Haworth Mrs. Anna Lund Page 26 512501 Dfkcazi . . . Finishing a successful year are, left to right, Miss Helen Exley and Mr. Orville Orr, sponsors, Bob Worsing, president, Pauline Woolsey, vice-presidentg Eula Coffman, secretary, and Lawrence Geppert, treasurer SENIORS Sweeping up the honors due a senior class, 247 students followed President Bob Worsiiig, VicefPresident Pauline Woolsey, Secretary Eula Coffman, and Treasurer Lawrence Geppert in their many and varied efforts to support an annual and buy a gift in war time. These hard workers had as their capable advisors and sponsors Miss Helen Exley and Mr. Orville Orr. First and foremost were the seniors in efforts to finance the projects. The selling of decals and felt pins, the bifweekly dances in the drill hall, and daily candy sales were all tried and found successful. 'LScattin' Through Manhattan," theme of the 1942 Senior Road Show, was presented to the public on April 17 and 18. Violet Volz and other seniors working on various committees worked long and hard to make the Road Show a success. A particularly hard job was completed when all the funds were finally accumf ulated to finance the 1942 Monticello, which was printed this year with a limited number of ads. With most of the syndicated strips attending, a comic strip party was given as the senior frolic. Refreshments were served from l'Pop's Lunch," and mountains of sandwiches and cookies dwindled to plains before the onslaught of the hungry seniors. "Lady of Letters," a sparkling comedy, was presented on Friday, March 13, as the senior play. With bad luck omens meaning little to them, Marjabelle Bryant and Robert Callison gave stellar performances, amply supported by the entire cast. June 4. day of graduation. arrived all too soon, and the senior class, minus a few boys who left to join the Armed Forces, marched up the aisle with their colors of rose and silver proudly displayed. The class of '42 left with the wish that other senior classes of years to come would receive their diplomas in times of peace and security, rather than war. A U '-litzrliisfiaiiiae Vollyhall: Basketball: "Tulip Timen: Sr. Glcc: May Fetc. NORMAN ANDERSEN General Drawing Club: Boys Glec. '77 ETIHIEL ARMSTRONG College Ieffesron City. Mo. A Capella Choir: H41 Follicsu: Road Show. BETTE jEAN BAILEY Stenogruphlc GAA: Lihrairy cluh. 3: Sigma Tau: Masque E-9 Bauhle: Vollev' hall: Ilasketlaallg Gym Ass't cluh: Badminton: "Fireman, Save My Childnz Prod.. "You Can't Take it With You", "Rarely Fatal: Self Reliant, Ilia: Colonial B:-Il. 3: Road Show, 2: Gym Assistant: Mziy Fctc, 2: Rails' Pageant: Gym Night: Acting sec.: Foot' hall Queen Att.: Posture Queen Att.: Student Teacher: Forum, 216: Mardi Gras: Colonial Ba , Honor Court. FERN BARRY Stenographic Red Cross club: YOU club: Commercial Pe p: Orch., "Mikf ado", "HMS Pinafore": MINK. BEVERLY BIGELOW College Masque E3 Bauhle, 192: Solo club: Volleyball: "Mignonettf:": "My Cousin From Swedenu: jr. Glce: Girls Glec: A capclla, 254.13 Madrigal Group: Girls Sextetteg Girls Council: Road Show, 3: May Fcte: "Tulip Time": "Milo ado": "'41 Folliesn: Ia. City Music Festival: All state chorus: SJW. lag Chorus: Colonial Ball, ii ,. fi" s General RUTH ANDERSON Commercial GAA, 4. sec.: Forum. treas. Vollcyhall: Baskcthallz Badminf tan: Play Day: Baschall: Prod., "Rarely Fatalu: Mixed Glce: A rapclla, 3: "HMS Pinaforeng S. XV. Ia. Chorus: Road Show, 2: Gym Assistant: May Fctc, 2. CHARLES ATEN College European Round Table: Law club, 2, pres.: Football: Monti' cello Sports Ed.: lst Lieut.: Road Show: Student Teacher: Forum: Madri Gras. MARJORIE MAE BARRETT Stenographie Delphians, treas., pres.: Solo cluh, 2, sec.: UTulip Time": "HMS Pinaforen: "Mikado"g jr. Glee: A capclla, 316: Ir. Sex' tette: Ia. City Festival: St, Paul Nat'l. Contest: Mixed Quar' tette: Colonial Ball, 2: l"4l Follies": Madrigal Group, 2: Rails Pageant, May Fete, Road Show. BIRDY BELL BENTON College Art club: International Corresf pondence club: Kamera Klub: Book Review club: Travel club: May Fete: Madri Gras. BARBARA BLAIR Stenographic International Correspondence club, 4, pres.: May Fete, 2. MARTHA S, BOEGE Stenographic Auditors club, Hiking clubg Law clubg "Tulip Time", Girls Glec, 153 Road Showg May Pete. JEAN BRETZ Stenographic International Correspondence club, 2, sec.: Solo clubg Road Show, 2: Girls Glee, 2g May Fete, 23 Football Queen Att. ILA BRUNSTEDT Stenographic Auditors club, Hiking club, Homemaking club. MARJABELLE BRYANT Merchandising YOU club, pres., GAA, 3g Gym Nightg Volleyball, 4, Basketball, 41 "You Can't Take It With Young "'Retreat"g "Rarely Fatal", "Mignonette"g Band, 2, State Gontestg Colonial Ball, Honor Court: Road Show, 2: Gym Ass't club, 2, May Fate, 2g Play Dayg Rails Pageant: "Lady of Letters". GERALDINE BURKEY Stenogrnphic Sigma Tau, ZW, treas., presg Band, 3g State, Dist., Nat'l conf testsg Orchestra, Dist.3 Road Show, May Fete. BOB GALLISON College Senior Science clubg Good Driv- ers clubg Masque E? Baubleg Foot' ballg "Rarely Fatalvg "Mayor and the Manicureng "Mignonette"g "Lady of Lettersng Bandg Rifle Team: Road Showg Debateg Iowa City Art Exhibit. LORRAINE BRADFORD General GAA, 316, sec., sgt. at. armsg Sports, 3Vag Play Day, Gym Nfghtg Ping Pong Tournamentg "Rarely Fatalug "First Dress Suitvg "Mayor and Manicure", Prod., "Mignonette"g jr. Gleeg Girls Glee: Sextette: Ghoirg "Tulip Time"g "HMS Pinaforeug Colonial Ball, 3g Road Show, 4: Gym Ass't, 4g May Fete, 'lg forumg Style Show. LETHA CECIL BROWN Merchandising Persia, Iowa Red Crossg YOU clubg Girls Glee. KENNETH E. BRYANT College Kamera Klub, 23 Music cluhg Radio club, pres.: Band, 43 Or' chestrag ROTC band, 3. VJENDELL BURGETT Merchandising Wrestling clubg Track, Wrest' ling: ROTC, Corp'l. ROBERT E. CALLAHAN College Music club, 3g Orchestra, Band, Dst., State contestsg "HMS Pinaforen: "Mikado"g Prod., "You Gan't Take It With You", lefladri Gras. CAROL CAMPBELL Merchandising Auditors clubg Hiking club, May Fete. MAXINE CAMPBELL College Euro e a n Round table 'l P , -3 Masque E? Bauhle: Latin cluh: ill Archery: "Retreat": Prod., "Yr Can't Take It With You N "Rarely Fatal": "What A Lile": Road Show: Signal, soc. cd.: "Tulip Time": May Fete: Rai ls Pageant: Flag Drill: Girls Glec .IOE CARTER Stenographle Travel club: Biology cluh: Hike ing cluh: Book Review cluh: Road Show: "Mi nonctte' g : "Rarely Fataluz Boys Glee: A Capella: Signal ad solicitor: Cheerleader: ROTC, Sgt. DONALD -IAY CLARK General Kamera Klub, 2: Recreational Leadership cluh, 2: Track: ROTC Sgt.: Color Guard. WINIFRED V. COFFEY College Solo club: Spanish cluh: Choru-. BETTY RAE COON Stenogrnphle Sigma Tau: Spanish club: GAA: 3: Gym Ass't club: Basketball: Ping Pong: Volleyball: Soccer: Badminton: "Rarely Fatalv: "Bad Penny": "Retreat": Road Show: "Migonette": Prod., "You Can't Take It With Youv, "Rarely Fatal", "Las Mes Osos"g Colonial Ball: Gym Assistant: May Fete, 2: Play Clay: Rails Pageant: Bookkeeping clinic. CAROLYN COTTMIRE College Nu Omega, 3, v. pres., pres.: Lihrary cluh, 2, sec., pres: Volley Ball: "just Before thc Prom": Prod., "Migonette": Colonial Ball, 3: Military Ball, 2: Road Show, 2: Gym Ass't: May Fcte: Style Show: Rails Pageant: Gym Night: Colonial Ball, Honor Court. VERNON GANADAY Stenngnphlc Bookkeeping club: Commercial Pep cluh: Book Review club: Golf: Road Show: Forum. CLARICE CHANCELLOR Merchandising YOU club: Delphians, 2: May Fete, 2, Style Show, 3. jOAN CLAUSEN College Nu Omega, 2: Music club: Foot' hall queen att.: Road Show: Signal Sports ed.: A Capella: Adv. Band: Jr. Glee: Drum Majorette: lst Lieut. Band: Girls Council: Colonial Ball: May Fete, Z: Forum, sec.: Student Teacher: Rails Pageant: Mordi Gras: MINK: Music contests: Akrsar' hen, State, Des Moines, Kansas City. EULA COFFMAN Stenographic GAA, BW, sec., treas., pres.: Baseball: Basketball: Badminton: Volleyball: Soccer: Football Queen: Senior class see.: Stu' dent Teacher: M. C., Gym Night: Colonial Ball, Honor Court. RUTH CORNING Stenographle GAA, 4: Archery: Volley Ball: Posture queen att.: "Rarely Fatal": "Mignonette": A capella: Girls Council, 2, sec., treas.: Colonial Ball, 3: Road Show, Z: Gym Assistant: May Fete, 2. HELEN CRIPPEN Stenographle Merchandising YOU club, Hiking club, Band, State, Aksarben contest. SADIE DAPRIZIO College Delphians, European Round' table, Nu Omega, 2, Pep club, Prod. "Rarely Fatal", "Lady ol Letters", "Mignonette", News Ed., Signal, Z, Girls Council: Colonial Ball, Road Show, Ames Science Day, May Fete, IHSPA convention. EDWARD DAVIS College Signal, 3, Monticello, 2, ROTC Sgt. GORDON DIGGLE College Lettermen club, v. pres., Sgt. at Arms, 3, Sports club, Foot' ball, Co-Capt., 4, Track, 3, Basketball, 4, Spanish club, "Rarely Fatal", Forum, 3, Stu' dent Teacher, Mardi Gras. WILLIAM GEORGE DRY' DEN College Travel club, Biology club, 3, sec., treas., Track, Wrestling: Football, Basketball, Boxing: "HMS Pinafore", Orchestra, Band, A capella, Glee, Road Show, 3, Ames Science Day, May Fete, 3. EVELYN DURICK College Spanish club, Bible club, jr. Glee, Girls Glee, Girls Council, Self Reliant, Road Show, Stu' dent Teacher, State Music Conf test, Style Show. Stenographic Abraham Lincoln, Commercial Pep club. sec. CHARLES E. DAVIS College Kamera Klub, v. pres., Music Theory club, Latin club, Quest' or: Masque E! Bauble, 2, "Re- treat", "Blue Teapot", "Three's a Crowd", "You Can't Take It With You", "Rarely Fatal", 'lMigonette", "Fireman Save My Child", Signal Staff, Assoc. ed., Boys' Glee, Self Reliant, Road Show, Senior C o m m itt e e, IHSPA Convention, "Lady of Letters." SAM DE MARE Industrial Kamera Klub, 2, Basketball, 2, Printing: Signal, 3, Monticello, 3, ROTC lst Lieut., Student Teacher, Rails' Pageant. CLIFFORD D. DILTS General Good Drivers' League, 2, Bio- logy club. LORETTA MAE DUNN College Travel club, sec., "Tulip Time", Ir. Glee, Girls Glee, Forum, 2, Ames Science Day, May Fete, Style Show. DONALD 1, ECHRICH Industrial Bicycle club, Shop club, 2, Stage Crew. 'l ED EHLEKD Gen eral BETTY LEE ETHINCTON Stenographic Delphiansg Shorthand club: Ni Omega: Art Club, pres.: Archery contest: Girls Choir: jr. Chorus A Capella: Sr. Girls Sextet: "Tu- lip Time": HMS Pinaforeu "Mikado": S, W. la. Music Fes tival, 2: Student Teacher: Road Show, 4: Signal Ad Solicitor lowa City Music Festival. HELEN FERRIS Stenographlc Homemakers' Club, 2: Commei' cial Pep club: Book Review club. Jr. Band: lnt. Band: Adv. Band, Contests: Des Moines, Kansas City, Red Oak, Carroll: Road Show: May liete: Rails Pageant EUGENE R. FLECKY Industrial Letterman's club: Drawing club: Basketball: Track: Football lvlan- ager: Road Show. THOMAS FOUTCH College Travel club: Masque 5? Bauble, 3: "Stolen Fruit": "Flattering Word": "What A Lifef' "Firef man Save My Childn: "Egbert To the Rescuen: "Mignonette": "You Can't Take It With You": "Tulip Time": "HMS Pinaforeng "Mikado": '41 Follies: Prod., "jane Eyre", "Stage Door", "Rarely Fatal", "9 Pine Street", Road Show, 3: Boys Glee: A capella, 3: Nat'l Music Contest: Mixed Quartette: Madrigal Group: Ia. City Music Festival: S. W. la. Music Festival: Mzli' tary Ball: Mardi Gras. BETTY LOU FRANZ Stenograplilc College Girls Council: Library club, pres.: Sigma Tau: Music Theory club: Volley Ball: Prod., "If Women Worked As Men Do", "You Can't Take It With You", "Rarely Fatal", MINK: State, Nat'l Marching contest: Band: Orch.: Colonial Ball, 2: Road Show: May Fete: Mardi Gras: Sr. Committee: Forum: Rails Pageant: Library Ass't. DOROTHY FEEKIN Stenographic Law club: Homemakers club: Auditors club: Hiking club: May Fcte: Bookkeeping clinic. BOB FIELDS General Commercial Pep club. v. pres.: European Round Table: Signal Ad Solicitor: Band contests, state. nat'l: Orch.: 'lnd Lieut. Band. RICHARD G. FORSYTHE Clerical Good Drivers' club: Mechanif cal Drawing club: Football. ED FOX General Letterman club, 2: Football, 4: Track, 3: '41 Follies: A capella: Road Show. DON FRIEND College Hi Y club: "Three's A Crowdn: "Mignonette": ROTC lst Sgt. JOHN FULLER Industrial Spanish club: Kamera Klub: Music club: Track: Basketball: Band, 2: Orchestra, 2: ROTC Band: State contest. DAVID FUSS Industrial Hi Y: Football: Rifle team: Stage crew, 2: Prod., A'Rarely Fatal", "You Can't Take It With You", "Nine Pine Street", " '41 Follies", "HMS Pinaforen, "MP kadon. MARGIE GARREAN Stenographic GAA, v. pres., pres., 4: Auditors club: Gym Ass't. club: May Fete: Sports, 4: Play Day: Ir. Choir: A capella, 2: "Mikado", "Tulip Time", " '41 Follies", Nat'l Conf test, St. Paul, Girls Sextette, Southwest Iowa Festival: Girls Council: Road Show, 3: Student teacher: Posture Queen Att., Rails Pageant: Colonial Ball, Honor Court. DARLENE GERHOLT Stenographic Solo club: N41 Folliesu: "Mikf ado": "Tulip Time": A capella, Iowa City Festival, Southwest Iowa Festival, Nat'l contest: Colonial Ball: Road Show, 4: May Fete: Rails Pageant, PEGGY GIENAU General Omaha Central, Omaha, Nebf raska: Red Cross, pres.: GAA: MEE: Prod., "Rarely Fatal", "Mignonette": Monticello Facf ulty Ed.: Road Show: Gym Ass't: Gym Night: Play Day: Rails Pageant: Flag Drill, WILBUR R. GRAYBILL College Senior Science club, 2: Archi' tectural club: Biology club: RO TC, Sgt.: Ames Science Day. EILEEN FURGASON Merchandising International Corespondence club: Girls Glee: May Fete, 2: Forum. DOROTHY GARREAN Merchandising Delphians: Auditors club: Hikf ing club: Book Revfew club: Volleyball: Girls Council: May Fete: Student Teacher, 3. LAWRENCE GEPPERT College Forum, 2: Letterman's club, 4: Wrestling club, 3: Wrestling! Track: A capella, pres.: Boys City: Hawkeye Boys State: "41 Follies", Sr. Class Treas. JEAN GERMAR College Lincoln High, Lincoln, Neb' raska: Red Cross, sec., v. pres.: Nu Omega: PFOCIA, NRHYCIY Fatal", "Mignonette": Signal Staff, Sports Ed., News Ed.: Monticello Senior Ed.: IHSPA convention: Road Show: Gym Night: Rails Pageant: Flag Drill: Mardi Gras: Student teacher: Girls Council, sec.: Colonial Ball, Honor Court. NORMAN J. GILSON Industrial Kamera Klub: European Round- table: Printing: Signal, 3, Montif cello, 2: Road Show ARLENE GRAVES General Red Cross. v. pres., 2: Art club? Band, 4: Gym Ass't: May Fete, 2: State. Akfsarfhen, Nat'l, conf tests: Style show: lntercity Music Festival. ivinnlpi iw G........ ....... College Law cluh, sec.: Speech cluh. pres.: Twirler: Self Reliantg Det hate: Dist., State tournaments, Dehate clinic: Band: state con' tests: Ak-sar'hen Circus, Stocl-Q Show, dist contests: Acting Reg' istrar: Student Teacher: "Lady of Lettersug Colonial Ball, Honor Court. DCROTHY GRUVER Stenogrlphle CAA, 31 Delphiansg Volley Ballg Baskethallg Soccer: Archery: Prod., "Rarely Fatalf' A cap' pella: Girls Sextette, May Fete: Play Day: Ra.ls' Pageant, "Tulip Time", Iowa City Music Festi' val. KENNETH H. HAGER Merchandising Kamera Kluhg Agriculture cluhg European Roundtahle club, A cappella: Rails Pageantg '41 Follies: ROT Sgt. K ERNEST HANCOCK, IR. General Good Drivers cluh, Z, Pres.: Forum, v. pres., "Rarely Fatalf' Band: Military Ball, 33 Drill Team: Rifle Team. Road Show, Kiwanis Representative. FLORENCE HEAD Stenngnplile Delphians. GEORGETTE LEE HERMES Stenogrnphic GAA: International correspond' ence cluh, 21 Masque U Bauhleg "Rarely Fatalf' lr. Glceg Road Showg Gym Assistant: May Fetcg Rails Pageant. IVIIKKLJIE KJKIYFIN Stenognphic Gym Assistant: May Fetc. KENNETH GUTHEIL St enozrnphic ROTC Sgt. MARY LOUISE HANAFAN General Homemakers cluh, 3: Gym As' sistant: May Fete, 21 IHSPA convention: jr. Girls' Gleeg Signal Staff, circulation mgr. J. VIRGIL. HAVVK Sfenographic Bookkeeping cluh: Auditors cluh: Commercial cluh: Book Review cluh: Foothall: Military Ball: Bookkeeping clinic. GLAYDS HENRY Stenognphic Commercial Pep cluhg Auditors club: Homemakers cluhg May Feteq Style Show. MARIE HOLMES Stenographlc Homemakcrs eluhq Kamera Klub, 2: Lihrary cluh: Art club, 25 May Fete. BOB HUL5'l' College Hi Y, European Roundtable Red Cross, Football, Basketball: Track, Boxing, Forum, 2: Sr. Committee. BETTY HOWE College Basketball, Volleyball, Softball: Road Show, Gym Ass't, 31 May Fete, GAA, 316, Sgt. arms. sec.. v. pres. BENNA JANE HUNT Business Abraham Lincoln, Red Cross cliubg Signal Staff, soc. ed., News e . MARY LOUISE HURD Stenographic Delphiansg YOU, 3, sec., pres.: Road Show, May Fete, Style Show. JIM JENSEN College Shop club, Drawing club, 'lg Rifle Team: 'iRarely Fatal", "Mignonette", "Blue Teapot": Boys' City, Road Show: Forum: "Lady of Letters". MATTHEW JOHNSON College Music club, Solo club, Vfrest- ling, Band, 3, Orch.: A cappella: Military Ball, Road Show. BYRL HOOVER Merchandising Football, Basketball, Signal Staff, bus. mgr. BLAINE HUMPHERY College Good Drivers club, 3, Basket- ball, ROTC Crack Squad. Q! HAR C. HURD ollege Travel club, Rostrum E? Gavel, Biology club, Masque EE Bauble, Hi Yg Football, Basketball, Track, "Rarely Fatal", "Mig- nonetten, A cappella, "Tulip Time", "Mikado", "HMS Pina- lore", Jr. Gleeg Military Ball, Drill Squad, ROTC Macrae Award, Road Show: Forum, Student Teacher, la. City Music Festival: St. Paul Contest, All state chorus, la. City. HELEN JENSEN College Jr. Red Cross, v. pres., Inter- national Correspondence club, pres.: Badminton, Road Show, 2: Signal Staff, proofreader, Mgr, ed.: Monticello, proofread- er, "Tulip Time", Girls' Gleeg S. W. la. Music contest, Self Reliant, May Fete, 2, Forum, IHSPA Convention, Student Teacher: S. W. Ia. Teacher's Convention. ELDON JOHNSON College Science club, Kamera Klub, Bird club: Basketball: ROTC Znd Lieut. ED JONES Business Senior Science club, 2: Boys Glecz Minstrel Show. mxnndx .vu U. Jv...., Stenngraphic Law club: Kamera Klub: Basket' ballg Softball: Volleyballg Bandg Girls Marching Band, PAUL A. KENNEDY College Sr. Science clubg jr. Clmirg RO TC, Corporal. LOIS KINNEY Stenographie GAAQ Masque llnublc, 2: Sigma Tau: Forum, sec., "Rane ly liatalf' "You Can't Take lt Witli Young "Fireman Save My Childng Ruud Show: "lf Vvluncn Wlll'kCd As Men Do,"g i'Little Darling." MARIALICE KREFT College International Correspondence clubg European Round-table, Z, sec. ,1!bfdfA4"' fw DOROTHY LASSITER College Music club, 4: Road Show: Orch., Concert M. C., Violin solos champion. Nnt'l H. S. Orch.g String Qunrtetteg Road Sliow. BETTY LEEPER College A. L.g Red Cross club, pres.q Art club: Jr. Band: Marching Band. PHYLLIS LEHMER College Charm club: International Cor' respondence club, 3, PTCSVZ Latin club, Consul: Volley Ball: Road Show: Girls Council, 2: May Fete. SHIRLEY LINDBERG College Girls Council, 2: GAA. sec., treas. 3: Volleyball: Basketball: Prod., "Rarely Fatal": "Migf nonette", "Lady of Letters"3 Monticello, '41 jr. Ed., '42 Ed.: Road Show: 2: May Fete, 23 IHSPA Convention: Jr. Class Treas.: Sr. Committee: Play Day: Student Teacher: Ia State Teachers' Convention: Military Ball. LE ROY MAHRENHOLZ Business Kamera Klub: Good Drivers club. BERTHA MARIE MAY' BERRY Stenographic International Correspondence club, 3: May Fete. MELVIN McINTOSH Stenographic Wrestling club, 2: Wrestling, 2: Adv. Band: Boys City. BERNIE MILLER Stenographic Letterman club, 3: Track, Co' Capt., 3: Football: Drake Ref lays, 3: Boys City: Road Show. IVAN LIDDELL College Track: Football: Basketball, Captain: Choir: Boys' City: jr. Class Pres.: Prince of Ir.-Sr. Prom: Boys' State: Sr. Com' mittee: European Roundftable pres.: Letterman club, 3, pres: HARRIET G. LINGLE Stenogrsphic Homemakers club: Auditors club: Law club: Hiking club: Student Teacher. MARVIN MALTZ College Travel club, pres.: Masque fe? Bauble, 2: Speech club: Orator's club: Latin club: "Mignonette": Prod., "Stage Door": Monti' cello proofreader: A cappella: S. W. Ia. chorus: Boys Glee: Mixed chorus: Debate clinic, 2: "Mikado": "HMS Pinaforeu: '41 Follies, Mardi Gras, Road Show. HAZEL MCCORMICK General AUSTIN McMAHON College Biology club: Senior Science: "Rarely 'Fatal": Jr. Glee: A cap- pella: "Tulip Time": HMS Pinafore": Boys' City, Road Show: Jr. Class V. Pres.: Hawk' eye Boys State: Student Teacher: Iowa City Music Festival: ROTC lst Lieut. ALFRED MEIDLINGER College Good Drivers club: Boxing, 3: Basketball. I V LIN H L, iviu.i4i..n Merchandising VERNON MOORE General Kamera Klub: Basketball: Print' ing, Monticello, 3: Signal, 3. ROTC, Ind Lieut.: Road Show Student Teaelierg Color Guard. Rails Pageant. MAXINE MOSS General lnternational Correspondence club, 2: A cappella: "4l Follies"g Colonial Hall: Road Show: Nlay Fete: Rails Pageant. BETTY MULLEN General Hiking clulwn Baseball, Banclg -lr. Glee: May Fete, 2: Style Show, 3. SHIRLEY MURRAY Stenngraphic Girls Clee. BOB NA HACH General Good Drivers club, 21 Recrc' ational Leadership club, v. presg Foritliall, 3: Track, 2. J -U Y idolleze Latin club: European Round' table: Senior Science club, pres.: "You Can't Take It VVitli You" "Rarely Fatal." "Mignonette"1 Boys City, City Clerk: ROTC. lst Lieut.: Ames Science Day: Debate, 2: Forum: Student Teacher: Hawkeye Boys State: Sr. Committee: V. F. W. Pro' grams. WALTER MOORE Stenographic Bookkecpers' club: Commercial Pep club. ,IOSEPHINE MRKACEK Stenographic GAA: Bookkeeping club: May Fete, 25 Forum, 3. S. EVERETT MURPHY College Press club, 2: Kamera Klub, pres., 31 "Count and Coed"g Printing, Monticello. 3: Signal, 3g Rifle team. THOMAS MURRAY College Biology clulw. Pres., 31 Travel club: Boys City. Mayor: Foot' ball, 3: Vsfrestling. '11 Track: Silver Gloves: Monticello, ads: Boys Glee. CRAIG NEILL College Track. lJLllJk1L4l'XO ILLLLYIXI LYLVL. College Biology club, 2, Wrestling club, 3, Lettermen club, 2, Football, 49 Basketballg Wrestling, 3: Track, 4g Band, State, 3, Road Showg Forum. JEANNE NOLAN Stenographic Travel clubg Book Review, Flag Drill, Prod., "Rarely Fatal", "Tu' lip Time", Girls Glee: Road Show, 2g May Fete, 2. CLAUDE W. NORTON JR. BISIII1 Law clubg Kamera Klub. BETTY O'DELL Stenographlc Girls' Gleeg May Feteg Rails Pageant. JEANNE OLSON Stenographle Masque E99 Bauble, v. pres., 25 International Correspondence club, v. pres., 23 Badmintonq "Fireman, Save My Child", "Lisf tcn, the Flagng Prod., "Rarely Fatal"g Signal, ad Solicitor, Soc. Ed., Ass't Ed., 23 Monticello, Classroom Ed.: Girls Council: Road Show, May Fete, 2g IHSPA conventiong Sr. Com' mittee. MARIORIE PACE College Sigma Tau, H63 Latin clubg Gym Night: Monticello, Club Ed.g Adv. Band, Nat'l, State, Dist., Akfsarfben contests, 2, Girls Councilg Colonial Ball, Road Show: Ames Science Day: May Fete. KENNI NIELSUN College Art clubg Masque E3 Baubleg "Rarely Fatalwg Road Show, 23 Iowa Art Exhibition, "Lady of Letters." DEAN A. NORDQUIST College Music club, 2g Senior Science clubg European Roundtableg ROTC band, Capt., 43 Road Show, 33 May Fete, Band, State, Nat'l Akfsarfben contests. RUBY O'BRADOVICH General HELEN OLLIE Stenozraphic BOB OPAL General Biology club, v. pres., 3g Ames Science Day. ELIZABETH PAPP Stenographie Crescent High School, Cres- cent, Iowa. npvniw i1l.i.u.n Coll 0 Ol Sports club: Speech Club: Kam' era Klub: Football: Basketball: Forum. IACK PETERS College Senior Science club, Z: Euro- pean Roundtable: Basketball: ROTC, Ind Lieutq Rifle squad, fl f 1 1 ., .. O x RICHARD PETERSEN College European Roundtable, 2: Kam- era Klub. SHIRLEY PINHERO College Music club: Nu Omega, 3: Vol' If-yhnll, lg "just Before The Prom", Prod.. "Mignonette". "Rarely Fatal", "You Can't Take It With You", "Egbert To The Rescue", "Blue T e a p 0 tn. "Thrcc'g A Crowd", "iThe Mayor and The Manicure". "My Cousin From Swedenu: A eapella, SubfDist., State, Nat'l qontcstsg " '41 Eolliesn: Music Festival: Girls' Council, 2: Colonial Ball: Road Show. 4: May Feteg Cheerleader, Z: "HMS Pinaforeu, 'lMilcado", HUGH C. POLSON Industrial Bicycle club: Kamera Klub, 2: Track: Printing. Monticello, 2' Signal, 3: ROTC, 'Znd Lieut.: Road Show: Student Teacher. IOHN POTKONAH Industrial Merchandising MEEg International Correspond- ence cluh: Volleyball: Baseball: May Fete. NORMA PETERSON General May Fete. VIRGIN IA PIGKENS College Red Cross, pres., sec.: Latin club, Signal, soc. ed.: May Fete. BETTY JANE PITTMAN Stenographlc Delphiansg Bible club: YOU, Road Show: Glimpsesg Mav Feteg Debate Clinic Chrm. ROBERTA POLSON College International Correspondence club, Sec., Treas. 3: Latin club: Signal, Proofreader, Mgr. Ed.: Girls' Council, V. Pres., 2: Self Reliant: Colonial Ball: Road Show: Ames Science Day: May Feteg Student Teacher, 3: De- bate, Clinic, Z. ,WM oe: ROBERT RENEAU Merchandising Art club: Silver Gloves: Boys' City, Health Officer: ROTC, Znd Lieut., Rifle Squad. Jruvipo ixi.,iwi..fxLJ Merchandising Letterman's club, 2: Track: RO TC, Sgt.: Boys' City, Chief of Police: Silver Gloves. DALE RICHE Stenogrnphic Book Review club: Commercial Pep club: Biology club: Good Drivers club: Football: Boys City: ROTC, Sgt. GERALDINE ROBERTS Stenognphic Book Review club. AUDREY ELAINE ROPER College Red Cross club:Sigma Tau, 2, Pres.: Latin club: Road Show: Orch.: MINK: State contest: District contest: May Fete. JOSEPH ROMAN SANTANA General Bicycle club: Spanish club: Forum. TOMMY SEATON Stenographic Crescent, Iowa: Commercial Pep club: Music club: Band: ' Boys City: ROTC band. Lli ROY RENINGER College Biology club: Advance Science club: Good Drivers club, 2: Football: Track: Wrestling: Basketball: ROTC Crack Squad. GERALD RIDDLE Stenographic Auditors club: Book Review club, Basketball. NORMA ROBINSON College Delphians: Music club, 2, Sec.: ,Gleeg Orch.: Band, cofcapt.: iMajorette: MINK: Tarkio Fest' Livalg State Marching Band conf test: Nat'l Music contest: All lstate orch.: Akfsarfben contest: fDistrict contest: Des Moines Festival: Colonial Ball: Road Show: May Fete: lr., Sr., Com' mittee: Rails Pageant: Mardi Gras. SALLY RYAN Stenographic Nu Omega, 4, Sgt. Arms, Pres.: Volleyball: Basketball: Mignon' ette": "Just Before The Prom": Prod., "Blue Teapot": Road Show: May Fete: Style Show: Gym Night: Rails Pageant. .3 AW . X1 BILLYE MAE . 'X SCHICKETANZ College If Masque Et? Bauble, ., sec., treasg "Vanishing Princess": "You Can't Take It With You": "Rarely Fatalu: "Mignonette": Prod., "Stage Doorn: "jane Eyre": What a Lifeu: lr. Glee: Library Ass't: KOIL program: Debate: "Lady of Letters": Colonial Ball, Honor Court. JUD SHANNON College Lettermeifs club, 3: Wrestling club, 4: Track: XVrestlingg Foot' ball: Silver Gloves: Tennis: De- bate. MAXINE SHANNON Stenographic Masque E? Bauble: "Fireman. Save My Child"g Prod., "Rarely Fatalu: Signal, Ad Solicitar: lr. Gleeg Road Show: May Fete. MARIETTA SLACK General Travel club: Bookkeeping club: Astronomy club: MEE, v. pl'CS.1 Iland, Dist., State contests: May liete. IEANNETTE SLUYTER College Red Cross: European Round' tglhlqg Band, Colonial Ball: May lfete. MYRTLE M. SMITH Stenographlc Auditors club: Comercial club: Hiking club: May Iiete. LYNN'I. SPRINGER College Music club, 3: Senior Science elubg Forum: Band, Orchestra. Pep Band: ROTC Band! Road Show. FRANK j. STELOVICH College Biology club, Senior Science club: Letterrnen club: Football, All-State end, 3: Wrestling, 2: Basketball: Track, 2, Boys' City, Alderman. LLOYD WRIGHT SINDERSON College Hi Y club: Printing, Signal, 3, Monticello, Z, Demonstration or PTA. HARRY A. SLU YTER Business Lettermen club, 3: Football, 4, Baseball, 4: Track, 4. UETTE SMITH General Charm club: Hiking club: YOU: l'Tulip Time": Glcc: Band, Dist., State, Akfsarfben conf tests: Orch. SHIRLEY SMITH College Sigma Tau: GAA, 2: Library club, sec. 3: Spanish club: sec.: Volleyball, 2: Basketball, 2: Play Day: "Vv'liat A Lifeuz Prod., "You Can't Take It With You", "Rarely Fatal", "Mig' nonetten, "Lady of Lcttersnz Military Ball: Monticello, Sports Ed.: Colonial Ball, 3: Road Show, 3: Gym Asst, 2: May Fete, 2: Gym Ass't club. LARRY STEINBERG I Col ege Viusic club, pres., 3: Kamcra Klub: "HMS PIllIll'0I'CUl "Milo '1do": Marching Band Review, 2: Band, Nat'l, 3, Dist., conf tests: State, Nat'l Snare drum- ming Champion: Orch., ROTC Band: Road Show, 3: May Fete, 2. FLOYD STEWART Industrial Good Drivers club: Recreational Leadership club, pres.: Stage Jrew, 2: ROTC, 'Ind Lieut.: Road Show, 2: Forum: Student Teacher. ARNOLD LEROY STOVALL Industrial Band: Orch.: Military Ball: Road Show. MARCELLA TAMISIEA Stenographic International Correspondence club: Masque E? Bauble: MEE: Art club: Bookkeeping club: Prod., "Rarely Fatalu: "What A Lifen: "You Can't Take It With You": Signal Staff. news ed.: IHSPA Convention: Military Ball: May liete: Road Show: Srvle Show. EVA TOMAN General Crescnt High School: YOU club: Recreational Leadership club: Volleyball: Soccer: Sports: Student Teacher: Flag drill: Rails' Pageant. BETTY JEAN VAN SCOY Stenozraphic GAA, 2: Archery: May Pete. LUBI VUKSON Stenographic MEE: International Correspon' dence club: Baseball: Volleyball: May Fete. MAXINE WALMER Merchandising Homemakers club, 2: May Fete, Z1 Style Show. KATHRYN SWEENEY General International Correspondence club: Red Cross club: -lr., Adv Band: Signal Ad solicitor: Mili- tary Ball: May Fete, 2: Rails Pageant: Style Show. MAXINE TEACUE Stenographic "If Wlomen Vv'orked As Men Don: Delphians, treas.: Nu Omega, Z, sec.: Rails Pageant: Style Show. RUSSEL E. TROTH Merchandising YOU club: Drawing club: Good Drivers club. VIOLET VOLZ College Delphians: European Round' table: Nu Omega: Monticello, Ass't. editor: Signal Staff, News Ed., Assoc. Ed.: Girls' Council, 2, pres.: Self Reliant: DAR Candidate: Sr. Committee: Road Show: "Listen, The Flag": Forum, Z: Student Teacher: S. W. Ia. Teachers' Convention: IHSPA Convention: -lr. Class Sec.: Colonial Ball, Honor Court, Lady of Letters, Prod. BETTY WALLACE l f Stenographic : Forum: GAA 3Vg: erghians: Library club 216 lleyball: Ba etball: aseba 1 ay Day: A ppell J . sg " '41 Fo ": " is Fi a re": "Mif ka n' funn' l l: Military Ba g ' fnuwl ow Gym Ass't: ., F :Y i n ras: S. W. Ia. Ch r sl: l o e' if SubfDistrict. Sta - State ' ug Festival: Nat'l Mus contest: t. Paul. MAXINE WALTON College Masque if? Bauble, 3: "Flatterf ing Word": Prod., "Stage Dooru: "Jane Eyre": "Nine Pine Street": "Rarely Fataln: "You Can't Take It With You": "Mignonette": "VV'hat A Life": Road Show: May Fete, 2: Stage Crew. LUIS Wnuun scenornvhlv Kamera Klub, sec., 216: May Fete: Forum. MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS Business Masque fi Bauhlt: Prod,, "Re- treat", "Rarely Fatal", "Thr Blue TCQIPOLQI, "Mlgn0nCttC-. jr. Gleez Sr. Glee: NTUIIP Time": May Fete. PAULINE WOOLSEY Merchandising Kamera Klub, sec., Treas.: Ari club, pres.: MEE, Pres.: Law cluh, sec.: Volleyball: Prod., "Rarely Fataluz Band: Girl- Couneil: Road Show: May Fete: Rails Pageant: Style Show, 'lx Art Exhibit. Iowa City: State liair Exhihil: Sr. Class v. pres.: lvlardi Gras: Colonial Ball. Honor Court. CLEO WRIGHT General Homemaking cluh: Solo cluh: A ca pella, 216: Jr. Glec: "HMS Pinallimreug Southwest Iowa Festif val: Girls Coneil: Road Show, 3: May Pete: State Contest: Color' ed chorus: Iowa City Festival. MAXINE WRINKLE Stenographie Nu Omega: International Cor- respondence: Volleyhall: Bas- kethall: Gym Night: Road Show: May Fete. Business E u r o p e a n Roundftahle, 2 Speech cluh, Wrestling. -IACK VJOOLDRIDGE College Senior Science cluh: Lettermen club: Golf: Boxing. BOB XVORSING College European Round-tahle: Sports cluh: Lettermen cluh: v. pres., 2: Spanish cluh, pres.: Football, CofCapt., 4: Track: Baskethall: Wrestling, Mgr.: Road Show, 2: Forum 3: Student Teacher: Sr. Class Pres. GORDON BRUCE WRIGHT Stenographic Kamera Kluh, Z: Good Drivers cluh: Football: Track: "How The Chimes Rang": Boys City, Treas.: Self' Reliant: Bookkeep- ing clinic: Student Teacher: Forum, 3: Lettermen cluh. VERNON CHARLES YOUNGS College Hi Y: Good Drivers club, 2: Prod., "You Can't ake It W'itli You", "Rarely Fatal", "Nine Pine Street", "Mary of Scot' land", "Mignonette", "Vv'hat a Life", "Stage Door". "jane Eyre", "Spring Danceu: Boys' Glee: Road Show: Rails Pagf cant: HMS Pinafore: "-11 Filliesn: "Tulip Time". Nlwlikf ado": Stage Crew. 512601 Ufagmsi Government students displaying notebooks . . . A completed Senior project--the government notebook . . . English VIII class learning the Sonnets . . . Chemistry students absorbed in experimentation Page 46 ElZiO'Z Cfczif 51 Fine Art Students criticizing fellow stuclent's work . . . Typing students taking tests . . . Running the mimeograph machine in secretarial practice class . . High pressure sales talk to a prospective customer with sales class looking on Page 47 ' S 'W 9- ' if? Qy- - 1 - .. - -- Vw 4 If ' ,, ,' s f -W ----- X Q it Q ,, .:: ? .v ,L ., X - -xJ'!lw, as-. 63 sb wtf- :- xx ,:.:,:'5! 5,31 ,, ,,., , Q i 3 'K -X 3. . LW .1 Y, Q . 7' 35,63 . 'mai . . ,E 2 fn ' 5 , E ' A .A 2-. -,q f . gyda 'Q Fw V Q, , M5 v,,W vm, 1.1 w. 'ww M? .-f2::Q"wE1'W"' , ' '- bqxmgaq YT 2 ,QQSQL-2"'k' :fp 5 if .win L Tl'1?'f'5f'5' f ' W -muff f 5 H. an. tuzioz Qfkcezs That push behind the ballot box brought these juniors forward to lead their class--sponsors, Miss Ruth Brown and Mr. Charles Davisg President, Bob Gilsong Treasurer, 'Marilyn Moatsg Secretary, Peggy Curran, and Vice-President, Dick Corder. JUNIORS A "sweeping victory" for the new officers of the Junior class was the result of the election held on February 3. The meeting was conducted by Principal R. F. Myers. Favorites of the ballot box were Bob Gilson for presidentg Dick Corder, vice-presidentg Peggy Curran, secretary, and Marilyn Moats, treasurer. Miss Ruth Brown and Mr. Charles Davis were elected class sponsors. Bob, the president of the class, is active in dramatics, president of the Masque and Bauble, and a member of the basketball squad. Dick, the vicefpresident, lettered in track and participated in basketball, and is a member of the Lettermen's Club. Peggy, secretary of the class, is a member of the G.A.A., girls' sextette, and carried a lead in the junior play. Marilyn, the treasurer, also led in the junior play and is a member of the G.A.A. Miss Brown is sponsor of the Masque and Bauble and teaches dramatics and English. Mr. Davis is sponsor of the Solo Club and is instructor of vocal music. ,An indication of the true class spirit was revealed by the large number of stu' dents who participated in the "tryouts" for various parts in the Junior play, "The Charm School." It was dramatized on May 15. Other activities of the Junior class were the annual junior frolic and the Junior' Senior Prom. With the passing of spring into summer, graduation time grows nearer and thus next fall the Juniors will take the places left vacant by the Senior class. With various outstanding talents represented in the Class of '43, it expects to maintain the high standards set by previous Senior classes at Thomas jefferson High School. Page 49 ILA55 I UF 'W' ' ADAMSON, ANN ADDISON, PATTY AGNEW, MELVIN AGNEW, ROSALIA AHART, JIM ANDERSON, DARRELL BATES, BOB BIESENDORFER, FLORENCE BILLMIRE, ROBERT BLAIR, EVA BLOOMQUIST, CHARLES BLOOMQUIST, EVELYN BLUE, ORVILLE BLUST, ROBERT BRONS, DORIS BROWNING, DEAN BROWN, JACKLYN BRUNSTEDT, WILMA BUTLER, EUGENE CANAVAN, ROSEMARY CAMPBELL, IEANNE CAMPBELL, PHYLLIS CATO, JOSEPHINE CHARLES, ELIZABETH CLOVER, DORIS CONNELL, SHIRLEY CORDER, DICK COTTON, FRANCES CRONLAND, CALVIN CUNNINGHAM, VIOLET DAMGAARD, RUTH DAVIS. BETTE DAVIS, JACKIE DETERDING, GLADYS DICKESON, PATTY DIMON, DICK hh ADDD 1ArNV DURHAM, BYRON DURIOK, CHARLOTTE DURICK, HOWARD DURIOR, JUNE DURICK, PHYLLIS EDWARDS, ANNA MAE EDNVARDS, MABLE EVANS, PHYLLIS FARRELL, CLEO FERRARELLO, VIRGIL FICKEL, DEAN FICKEL, DON FISHER, VELDA FLACK, RITA FLAXBEARD, DON FLECKY, ERNEST ITOLLETT, BETTY FORD, DICK FORSYTHE, MARY ALICE FOUTCH. BETTY FOUTCH, SHIRLEY FRIEDRICH, BARBARA GOODWIN, BETTY GRAVES, LRVONNE GROTELUESCHEN, ARLIE HAGER, RALPH HAKENSON, CARL HAMILTON, HARRY HANKEY, EVELYN HARGIS, BETTY HARGIS, BOB HARRIS, MARGARET HARRISON, JEAN HARROD, JEANETTE HELLER, BILL HOTCHKISS, GEORGE HOUGH, ELAINE JACOBS, RICHARD JENSEN, LORRAINE IFXXIFTT Ill' A XTKTP JOHNSON, BRAD JORDAN, ROBERT KEALY, DEAN KEETON, ELAINE KEGLY, HELEN KELSEN, GORDON KISSEL, FRANK KNECHT, HELENMARIE LAMBERTSON, BETTY LAMBERTSON, ROBERT LANG, GRACE LANG, MARJORIE LARSON, JEAN LAWLESS, JIM LORENZEN, GEORGE LUND, BILL MARSH, ROBERTA MATICKA, RUTH MCKENZIE, BOB MCLAUGHLI MQMAHON, DONALD MEADOWS, BETTY MEEK, PEGGY MEYERSON, ELAINE MILLIMAN, CUTLER MRKACEK, JOE NEVE, NINA NIELSEN, NORMAN NUZUM, PHYLLIS OGREN, CAROL OLIPHANT, WINIFRED OLSEN, BETTY O'NEILL, WILMA PANTIER, BETTY PETERSEN, LILLIAN PHILLIPS, BETTY PICKENS, ROSALIE PINHERO, BETTY PODENDORF, MORRIS REAL, BOB RONK, DICK ROUNDS, BONNIE SAKS, BETTY SCOTT, DOROTHY SEALOSK, EVELYN SHERMAN, WALTER SISK, LORETTA SMITH, AL SMITH, CLIFFORD SMITH, ELAINE SMITH, RONALD SOMERS, BOB SORENSEN, PHYLLIS STRONG, LESLIE SWEETMAN, GEORGE TAYLOR, DORIS THOMAS, JIM TIMBERLAKE, LYLE TISHER, LAURA TURNIPSEED, BRUCE TURNIPSEED, JIM VANDERPOOL, SADIE MAE WALKER, HERBERT WEAVER, BETTY WEAVER, LOIS WEBB, DORIS WEJBY, BETTY WESTBROOK, BOB WHEELER, JACK WHITE, ESTHER WIEDMAN, ROBERT wxLKs, GERALDINE WILSON, ELVA WOOD, CLEO MAE WOOD, JEAN WOOTEN, MINNETTE WRIGHT, SHIRLEY YATES, BONNIE YOUNG, JOAN unioz Ufaaiaa Current event reports make up a part ofthe American History course. . . . English VI students spend a period preparing their Career Notebooks a requirement ofthe course . . . Much research must be made in preparing a Career Notebook. . . . Other History students spend time in studying maps as a part of the course. Page 54 ALLEN, LORRAINE U-fl-7-7 ASRIN, TED jf' IBABCOCK, FRANCES BANCS, PATRICIA BARNES, IMOJEIN' BARNUM, VIRGINIA BLUE, CHARLES BOYER, BARBARA BRAZELTON, LLOYD BROWN, JACK BROWN, LONA MARIE BROWN, MERRILL CHRISTIANSEN, BETTY CLARK, BETH COOPER, MARY LOU FORD, BEVERLY FULLER, DOROTHY FURLER, DARLENE OERMAR, JOAN CIENALLMARIANNE HALLBERG. BETTY HANSEN, MARIAN HANSEN, MILLICENT HANSEN, PATSY HEADLEE, BEATRICE HIMMELSHER. MADELYN INGRAM. KEITH rj ISAACSONJEOB JENSEN. PATSY JOHNSON, JOAN KNOTT, JAMES KUNICK, MARY ALICE LAWLESS, MARJORY LITTLEJOHN, LOLA MAHONEY, GERALD MATHIESEN, SARA LOU MQCOLLOIJCH, JACQUE MILLIMAN, CURTIS MITCHELL, MILDRED MOSER, BETTY NEAL, LOREN PLUMMER, VERNELLE PRIBYL, LUCILLE ' PRIBYL, MARGARET RAMEY, ROSE REDMOND, DAREL ROBINSON, JOYCE ROONEY, JOAN RUEVE, MARJORIE SEALOCK, ROBERTA SHANNON, DEWELL SHRADER, HAROLD SMITH,BETTY TICNOR, ADA MARIE TISIEIER, JOYCE WADDM, HAROLD WALKER. JUNE WOLD, WAYNE A fgopgomo 'za Cyfassss . . . Biology students witness a demonstration of taxidermy. . . . Commercial geography includes the study of farm products and their uses. . . . Biology students plant trees to beautify Thomas Jefferson High School lawns Page 56 Sopgomo 'za Cfaiiai Spanish pupils hold round-table discussions to learn the language thoroughly. . . . The principles ofthe triangle are taught in geometry classes. . . English Ill students learn poise in public speaking. . . . The chefs' class whip up a delicacy to prove that it can be done. Page 57 gzeigmen Amidst the whirl of schedule cards, new classes, and new teachers which come at the beginning of each semester, the freshmen emerged to take the limelight from the upperclassmen for a few days-old phrases, jokes, and stunts which are used on the freshmen each year by the older students were taken from their hiding places and used again. Registration day represented the beginning of a new era for the freshmen. They were filled with grand and noble ideas of making their highfschool days the happiest of their entire lives. They knew of the high standards of Thomas Jefferson High School students, and they resolved to maintain those high standards to the best of their ability. "Gradefschool" days were left behind as the "frosh" entered high' school with their eager outlook toward the future. During the bustle and excitement of enrollment days, the Girls' Council stepped in to give a helping hand to freshmen girls needing their advice. Later, the Girls' Council also staged a Freshman Party, where the girls could become more acquainted with each other and with their Girls' Council "big sisters." The class of 1945 have already become active members of many activities at Thomas Jefferson High School. Athletics, dramatic productions, and music groups- all show signs of freshman influence. Keep it up, you underclassmen-'45 will prove to be a great senior year! Top row: left to right: Beatrice Dinovo, Mary Coffey, Delores Hany, James Breeden, Norman Sales, Milford McCormick, Charles Carlson, George Wooley, Charles Emmonds, Ray Keohen, Lyonel Harvey, Charles Bell, Roland Dunn, Dick Mowery. Second row: Darlene Kozak, Bacilia Ruiz, Melida Lamhertson, Barbara Mogensen, Lorraine Oswald, Dolly Goldsberry, Gwendolyn YVarnecke, Phyllis Crippen, Juanita Carman, Cleo Goldsberry, Myrtis Haines, Leota Pleas, Mary Rose Ford, Marie Walters, Betty Jacobs, Barbara Haynes, Betty Larsen, Donna Adamson, Betty Clinkenbeard, Augustina DeSan' tiago. Third row: June Skow, Naomi Helms, Betty Aylsworth, Wanda Masters, Beverly Wooton, Wanda Simmons, Alice Hallberg, Katherine Davis, Betty Mae Foutch, Virginia Wood, Ruth Sullivan, Rose Durick, Mary Jane Murphy, Wanda Hyatt, Margaret Osborn, Shirley Lauver, Clara Stegall, Doris Pickens. Front row: Bill Townsend, Arlin Steward, Terry Shea, Bill Clinkenbeard, Ray Davis, Bob Ankenbauer, Keith Meyer, Don Williamson, Harve Mowry, Emil Rogic, De Wayne Broadstone, Frank Katzenstein, Dick Duitman. Page 58 'Z55,gl7ZSl2 Top rowg lelt to right: David Buller, Bold McCullough, Clifford Evans, Earl Mahan, Fred Evans. Clayton Hakenson, Ronald Tilly, Boh Kuhat, George Miller, Kenneth Negus. Clayton Thomas, Jimmy Cook, Wayne Vsfard. Bottom row: Boyd Gurney, Donald Durick, Bahette Goodman, Betty Vv'hite. Lucille Mayherry. Eleanor llzfsser, Nora Wilkins, Dorothy lNlcDowell, Leona Meyers, Doris Henderson, Virginia Montgomery, Marjorie l'leekendorl, Marilou Beekner, Betty Camphell, Frank Kelley, iAl'llH Steward. Top row, left to right: Orville Fried, Eldon VVeideman, Merrill Carlson, joseph Lawless, Eugene Peterson, William Fried, Edwin Johnson, Bill Brown, Donald Bloomquist, Bill Howland, Lawrence Wiedman, Howard Ollie, Teddy Ives, Don Fleeky, james Sullivan. Second row: ,lean Heath, Mary Dawlcy, Irene Jensen, Lois Ulfers, Nona Samms, Carol Cook, Ellen Arnold, Mary Ellen Scott, Mary Bell Costy, Blanche jones, Geraldine Jensen, Bernadette McLaughlin, Betty Walker, janet Reneau, Shirley Smith, Lois Mayer, Evelyn Batten. Front row: Mildred Corbin, Eva Little, Kathryn Noves, Jean White, Dorothy Conaway, Valleta Ballard, Betty Calloway, Barbara Miller, Colleen Hannum, Ruth Williams, Helen Tondcr, Alice Dimon, Donna Marie White, Norma Jean Waltrip, Loreta Lindsey, Frances Boegc. Page 59 755, H2492 Top row: left to right: Earl Ferris, Bob Boyer, Floyd Keim, Edward Lebo, Marshall Clark. Henry Bregantzel, Bob Saint, Arthur Peterson, Jack Graves, Delbert Applegate, Carl Buck, Dick Edson, Bill Steppuhn, Bob Sturtz, Earl Corbin. Second row: Scott Smith, Phillip Scarpellino, Arthur Johnson, Rolla Stevenson. Gwendolyn Knouse, Eva Mae Hunt, Marjorie Klotz, Donald Sturm, Dan Reinert, Bill Sweeney, Kenneth Plumer, Pat Patterson, Dale Larsen, Paul Rindone, Richard Talbott, Gus Nelson, Tommy Rooney. Front row: Joy Jacobsen, Virginia Strother, Beverly Young, Kathleen Gallagher, Elaine Lewis, Jacqueline Clausen, Corinne Ahart, Vivian Glebe, Pat Heller, Natalie Golclbransen, Billie Ruth Rogers, Jacqueline Rosenbaum, Donna Volpp, Marion Callahan, Stellamac Kissell, Norma Craig, Barbara Henry. Top row: left to right: Pharris Simons. Earl Allen, Earl Fickel, Tommy Cochran, Dean Hargis, Dick Bettes, Ernest Barrick, Jack Thompson, Bruce Herriott, Deno Allison, Harold Hood, Charles Hosford, John Moore, Billy Keairnes, Charles Shannon. Second row: Jack Nolan, Harold YVatts, Ronald Saar, Harold Jagers, Joseph Respeliers, Eugene Nelson. Elizabeth Webster, Dorothy Sharrett, Marie Way, Ruth Vaughn, Barbara Van Scoy, Shirley Johnson, Loretta Smith. Front row: Betty Lawson, Geraldine Johnson, Zelrna Blue, Jeannette Cowles, Margaret Reed, Dorothy Kendall, Clarice Sizer. Violet Haines, Anita Bahnson, Betty Jennings, Marjorie Jenkins, Ruth Fluharty, Clara Beam. Page 60 fl 9 'Z55 gill?-LIZ Cjfdiiii 333 Ss General Science experiments interest a freshman student . . . the human body isa part of the study of General Science. . . . Sewing students learn to make their own wardrobes. . . . Mechanical drawing classes help the war program by drawing defense plans . . . Hard at work in the Shop class. Page 61 Colonial Ball ushers make a pretty picture . . . . "Snuffy" swings a wicked shovel . . eamerafshy Betty . . Hugh Polson and uniform . , ooooooooh, Robert , . . a rapt moment of "Prelude"-a la Davis . . . isn't this fun, boys? . . . . Jim Jensen, OR, a Great moment from at great Play . . . who tilted the camf era? . . . . so THATS what they do at conventions! ..... Making a sztlesereclit, of course . . . . . the Sunshine kids, catching up on their ultra' violet. 32 lthil li.. - 11 il Eegafe Top picture: jack Brown, Kathleen Gallagher, Mr. Ernest Ulm, Ada Marie Ticnor, Marvin Maltz. Second row: ,lacquelyn Rosenbaum, Marilyn Greenlee, Elaine Lewis. Bottom plcturez The debate team prepare for a contest. Left to right: Marilyn Greenlee, Elaine Lewis, Jack Brown and Kathleen Gallagher. The 1941f42 debate season proved a successful, if not an over-active one, for Thomas lefferson High School. Early in the fall, the debaters, under direction of Coach Ernest H. Ulm, sponsored the 7th Annual Debate Clinic. Thirtyftwo teams were entered, representing schools all over the midfwest. A FreshmanfSophomore debate was next on the calendar. This was given before the student body on November '21, at which Mr. David Grant, former mem' ber of the Thomas Jefferson High School faculty, judged. The decision was given to the freshmen. The Missouri Valley Debating Tournament came next on the schedule. At this, T. J. entered only in the girls' tournament. February 27 saw T. J. debating at South High School. Both T. J. teams, how' ever, lost close decisions. South retaliated on March 6 by debating before the T. J. student body, at which our affirmative team won and the negative team lost, The final tournament of the season was held at Creighton Prep on April 6. Although no decisions were handed to the T. J. debate teams, jack Brown emerged in the finals of the original oratorical contest to win the first place. Page 64 dlflonficsffo Staff Left to right: Norman Gilson, printing cditorg Shirley Lindberg, Managing editor, and Violet Voltz, assistant editor. Below is the Editorial Staff of the 1942 Monticello. Top rowg left to right: Charles Aten, boys' sports editor, Shirley Smith, girls' sports editor, Jeanne Olson and Jean Germar, senior editorsg Peggy Gineau, faculty editor. Bottom row: Marvin Maltz, and Helen Jensen, proofreadersg Marjorie Pace, club editor, John Pohmissano, assistant printing editor, Betty Pantier, junior editor. Page 65 6 leaf Staff Top: left: Helen Jensen, managing editor of the Signal. Right: First semester staff: back row: Sadie Daprizio, Charles Davis, Violet Volz, Helen Jensen, Jeanne Olson, Roberta Polson, Virginia Pickens. front: Henna Hunt, Joan Clausen, Jean Germar, Marcella Tamisiea, Maxine Campbell. Top left: Ivan Liddell, sports: Ann Adamson, Shirley Foutch, proofreaders: Bill Heller front page. Top right: Byrle Hoover, Geraldine Kuhl, Mary Hanafan, business staff. Bottom left: Howard Durick, advertising. Right: Gordon Diggle, Doug Neve, sports. Page 66 1 Uofclziaf Buff Thomas -lcffcrson High Scl1ool's Annual Crflonizil Brill, nn zillzuir strictly for girls, is givcn cuch year to choose tlic lwcstflovcd girls ol' tliu school Thi-sf girls :irc clioscn from thu Sen' ior class lwy popular lwxillot. llcvczilcd as the four lwcstflovcd girls wcrc: Eula Coffman as George Vkfashingf ton, Violci Vol: :is Mzirtlm Vklzisliingron, Pauline Wcuculscy as Dolly Madison, Marjorie Uzwrcain :is Qlauncs Madison. COURT OF HONOR Lclt Lo right: -lean Ccrinnr. Beverly U Bigclow. liillycmuc Scliickctanr., Carolyn Cottinirc. Maxrjulwcllc llryaint, Bctty Bzxilcy. ESCORTS Buck rowg lcll to right: Evelyn Hart! well, Put Silicn, Allis NX'nll, Betty VVz1ll:1cc. Front: Bcttc Bailey, Margaret len' sen, Mairgarct Sluytcr, Gwen Ervin, jncklyn Brown. Sliirlcy Sin .mlm Page 67 :flfliflfazy Buff Leading the grand march at Thomas jefferson's Annual Military Ball were Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Charles Aten with Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Eula Coffman, and Cadet Major jerry Milliman with Honorary Major Marjorie Garrean. The Ball, under direction of Sergeant E. G. Todd, was held March 28. Below leftg company representatives from Thomas Jefferson R. O. T. C. Corps staged a drill for the best company. The winner, company "C", is shown receiving the trophy. Below, rightg dancing to the music of Eugene Glynn's orchestra at the Ball. Page 68 4.3 Thomas jeffersoifs R. O. T. C. is composed of three companies. Because of the war, the rifles which the companies are carrying will be turned over to the government for use in the defense of our country. Top: Company "C" stands at attention. Center: First platoon of Company "A" marching in outside drill. Bottom: Company presents arms. The hoys pzctured above are drilling to perfect the maneuvers which they will execute on the annual Inspection Day at Thomas jefferson High School. Page 69 ,aft UW.. Top: Second Team Rifle Squad. Left to right: Ernest Hancock, John McCullough, Clifford Moss, jack Vxfheeler, William Mayberry, Don Shipley, George Lorenzen. Center: First Team Rifle Squad. Back row:Carl Colby, Dale Riche, Les Strong. Front row: Jim Jensen, Clarence Yokom, George Hotchkiss. Bottom: The rifle team practices for a match in the rifle range. The most important match of the Thomas jefferson Rifle Team was the Seventh Corps Area Intercollegiate Gallery Match. Dale Riche was the entrant making the most points during the contest. During a match of this type, there are four stages from which an entrant must fire-the prone position, sitting, kneeling, and standing positions. Another match was also held in December between the T. J. and A. L. rifle teams. In this, the Thomas Jefferson High School rifle team came out the winner, beating A. L. by 102 points. Page 70 O61 550W To the cheers and howls of appreciative audiences, the Road Show, sponsored annually by thc Senior class, was presented to the public on April 16, 17, and 18. This ycar's production contained the story of a smallftown girl, Vickie, who won an amateur contest held in her home town, received a prize of a trip to Broadway, and with her brother johnny, crashed the 'LGreat White Way." Shown above are scenes from the Road Show. Vickie and Johnny, the leads, were played by Betty Lee Ethington and Norman Nielsen. Page 71 jlzafzumanfaf 0 asia l l l 1 The Thomas jefferson High School Concert Band is composed of 75 members. In the State contest, held at Abraham Lincoln High School on May 132, the band Won a lst Rating. Mr. Paul Dawson, instrumental music instructor, is director of the Concert Band. In the picture below are the baton twirlers, who lead the March' ing Band at football games and other occasions. Left to right: Harriet Cody, Marianne Gienau, ,loan Germar, Bonnie Rounds, Marilyn Greenlee, Ann Adamson, Norma Robinson, loan Clausen. Page 72 Uzcfiaafza Standing: left to right: Marvin Hillman. Rex Ratclfle, Calvin Cronlin, Vv'alter Sherman, Bonnie Rounds, LeRoy Manners, Matthew Johnson, Tommy Cochran, Mr. Paul Dowson, director, Darel Redmond, Helen Tonder, jacklyn Clausen. Seated: Dorothy Lassiter, Joyce Tisher, Jack Brown, Betty Smith, Lona Marie Brown, Lloyd Reed Gourley, james Knott, Marilyn Greenlee. .lean Larsen. Quintet: HelenTonf der, Jeanne Jewett, Darel Redmond, joan Germar, Wzilter Sherman. Brass Cody Verle don. Sextet: Rex Rat' cliffe, , Darel Redmond, Don Miller, Percy Reeves, Joe GOI' Page 73 ocaf fflfluaic G4 Ciafzeffa. Cwoia Top row: Barbara Friedrieh, Tom Mynster, Henry Hyde, Ver-le Reeves, Iohn Larsen, Ernest Hancock, Bob Billniire, Charles Hoke, Carl Hakenson, Dwayne Hires, Charles Blue, Harry Hurd, Don Spires, ,lim Sulholl, Clarence Yokom, jerry Shea, Shirley Pinhero, Betty Wallace, Second row: Virginia Herman, Betty Lee Ethington, Don Flaxheard, Cutler Milliman, ,lim Ahart, Charles Bloomquist, Gordon Kelson, Bruce XVilliams, Kay Garrean. Bob Somers, Lawrence Geppert, Ralph Hager, Ronald Smith, Kenneth Thomas, Bill Sullivan, Maxine Moss, Ethel Armstrong. Third row: Mareelle Miller, Shirley Cowels, Elaine Smith, LaVerle Snethen, Naomi Ruth Welseh, Arlie Grotelusehen, Dorothy Gruver, Margie Garrean, Elinor Kennedy, Beverly Bigelow, Evelyn Bloomquist, Betty Pinhero, Elaine Myerson, Gladys Deterding, Iosephine Cato, Elaine Keeton, jean Vxfood, Front row: Bessie Rowe, Sadie Mae Vanderpool, Elaine Hough, Betty Fouteh, Helen Mammyshoff, Betty Olsen, Phyliss Nuzurn, Patty Hansen, Margaret Harris, Marjorie Barrett, Darlene Gerholt, Anna Mae Edwards, Florence Biesendorfer, LaVonne Graves, Lois Marlow. ghfir gfss Top rowg left to right: Imojean Barnes, Eula Dunning, Donna Vv'hite, Norma Waltrip, Billie Ruth Rogers, Kathleen Gallagher, Phyllis Riddle, Helen Tonder, Dorothy Kendall, Dorothy Lassiter, Virginia Barnum, Carol Cook, Marian Hansen, Marilyn Connell, Joyce Robinson, Mary Alice Kunick, Beverly Ford, Marian Larsen. Second Row: janet Reneau, ,loan Rooney, Betty Smith, Corrine Ahart, Elaine Lewis, Elizabeth Cooper, Betty Hallberg, lone Bird, Letha Wise, Roberta Sealock, Jean Heath, Rosemary Armatis, Margie Mogenson, June Austin, Dorothy Walls. Bottom row: Beth Clark, Rose Ramey, Betty Moser, Earline Land, Millicent Hansen, joan Johnson, Barbara Gray, Vivian Glebe, Barbara Boyer, Betty Walker, Jeanette Cowles, Gloria Foster, Pat Bangs, Evelyn Batten. Page 74 oaafgflfl uaic E l 1 1 l 1 l i i .i 5 Top row: Arlent Sharret. Boyd Gurney, Boh NIeCullen. Charles Carlson, Rohert Vv'ittington, Bill Stepphun, Kenneth Plummer. Clayton Haliinson. Keith lngrain. Pat Patterson. Charles lllne. Dan Reinert, Ronald Tilley. Clayton Thomas, Rolla Stevenson, jim Cook, Donna Volpp, Marion Callahan, An ata llahnsen. Doris Pickens. Seeond row: lfarhara Miller, David Buller. Bill Sweeney, George Vxfooley, Kenneth Negus, Donald Stein, Erenst Barrick, Boh Strutz, Dan Bryant. Terry Shea, Keith Nlyer, Paul Rintlone. llill Clemens, Merril Carlson, lvlary Lou Beekman, Vfanda Masters, Lucille Mayherry, Betty ,lane XYehher. Third row: llalihelte Coodinan, Ina Stuler, Peggy O'Dell, Betty Fouteh, Beverly Young. Delores Haney, Maryhelle Costy, Barhara W'hite, june Thompson, Phyllis Crippen, Mary -lane Murphy, Clara Steigl, Virginia Nelson, Betty Cainphell, Dorothy lvICDowell, Marjorie jenkins, Elizaheth XVehsetr. Betty Vwlhite. Front row: Mariorie Heekentlorl, Gwendolyn Vx'arneeke, Lorraine Oswald, Eleanor Passer, Nora Vv'illc:ns, Dorothy Cutheil, Mary Rose liord, Ellen Arnold, Colleen Hannum, Clara Beam, llexwrrly Veooten, Darlene Cozaelt, Vvanda Simmons, Barhara Ivlogenson, Barlwara Haynes, jarkie Rosenbaum, Natalie Goldhranson. Back row, left to right: Harold Durhin, Billy Keairncs, Eugene Nelson, jimmy Iviorrow, Chester Masters, Scott Smith, james Sullivan, Rolla Stevenson, ,lack Graves, W'illiam Fried, Earl liiekcl, Virgil Ferrarello, Charles Babhitt, Eldon Weidcmaii. Front Row: Eugene Robinson, Bob Paulus, Bert Skolcan, Wayne Wold, Charles Skokan, Charles Blue. Clarence jones, Keith Ingram, Bill Brown, Kenneth Thomas, David Aten, Crville Fried, Page 75 'ZC2 1720, The Allfsulmol play, "lNligoneItc" Vins presented to the public on December 12 and 13. Title role V315 taken by Murjabelle Bryant and Billyemae Schicketanz, 1bove. Below is a scene from "Three's a Crowd"--one of a series of onefact plays presented by the Dramatics students. Left to right are: Madelyn Himmelsebr, Bob Wise, Marion Thomas, and Don Friend, all students of Drama I. Page 76 'ZCLHZCZ S l 4 5512601 Qfa Above is the cast for the senior play production, "Lady of Letters". The play, a hilarious comedy, was presented to large and appreciative audiences on March 12 and 13. Cast of the play included, left to rightg Kenny Nielsen, Billy Mae Schicketanz, Beverly Bigelow, Betty Goodwin, Betty Wallace, Marjabelle Bryant, Bob Callison, Marilyn Greenlee, Charles Davis, Bob Worsiiig, Betty Rae Coon. The Drama I course is an introduction to the history of dramatics and the fundamentals of play production. It also gives opportunities for acting in small productions. Drama II covers an advanced study of the principles of acting, with practice in makcfup, costume work, and also gives opportunities for advanced acting in major productions of the school. Page 77 'zamafici This year the junior class presented a comedy, "The Charm School" to the public on May 15. Leading the cast and giving a grand performance were, top, Rita Flack and Dick Ronk, with their underfstudies, Cleo Farrell and Norman Nielsen. Supporting cast consisted of, second row: Minnette Wooten, Elaine Hough, Sadie Mae Vanderpool, Bob Somers. Third Row: Bonnie Yates, Shirley Foutch, George Hotchkiss, Byron Durham. Fourth row: Cleo Mae Wood, Evelyn Hankey, Bob Hargis, Dorothy Scott. Page 78 - :Stage 'zsw Due credit should be given to the stage crew, for upon them rests the responf sibility of turning out at good production. Upper left: Pzunting stage scenery for the senior play, "Lady of Letters". Left to right: Kenny Neilscn, manager: Shirley Smith, Shirley Lindberg, and Jim Jensen. Upper right: Herb VV'alker, stage crew manager, operating light switches. Lower left: Building stage scenery for the senior play. Left to right: 'lack Draper, Stage crew manager, Gene Robinson, Herb Walker, and Vernon Youngs. Lower right: Setting 21 doorfframe in position. Left to right: David Fuss, Jack Draper, and Frank Meston. Page 79 OTLU72 Top row: left to right: Merrill Brown, Kenneth Negus, Billy Brown, Les Strong, Bob Wise, Byron Durham, Cutler Milliman, Charles Blue, Clarence Yokom, Charles Aten, Ernest Hancock, Eugene Flecky, Dick Corder, Dan Reinert, Edward Lebo, Bob Braband, Tom Stelovich, Vernon Canady. 2nd row: Leroy Manners, Carl Hakenson, Bob Somers, Norman Gilson, Melvin McIntosh, Curtis Milliman, Bill Clark, Harry Sluyter, Clifford Smith, Jim Turnipseed, Dale Larsen, Bill Keairns, Scott Smith, Alton Miles, Jim Thomas. Bottom row: Bob Vandenberg, Ed Tyler, Phyllis Nuzum, Dorothy Kendall, Beverly Bigelow, Roberta Sealock, Barbara Boyer, Cleo Farrell, Helen Jensen, Marilyn Greenlee, Lois Warlgh, Laura Tisher, LaVerne Welke, Bill Clinkenbeard, Terry Shea. The Forum is the student governing body of the school. Its activities are many varied. Une of the bestfknown activities of this group is the giving of Thanksgiving baskets of food to the poor and needy every year. Below is the 1941 offering given by Thomas Jefferson High School students. Officers of the Forum during the school year were: Les Strong, president, Ernest Hancock, vicefpresidentg Cleo Farrell, secretary. Page SO Saff cgsfianf Ea Thu lith .Axniinail Scll7Rclia111t Daly was hcltl :lt Thomas lcffcrson Hiffh School , k , . Q 3 111 lli iii hui' IU-H. U11 this Ll.1y, ns on pimwioiis days of this sort students, chosen hx thin tli lllllk xxt .ss . N. "rc put in uh.11'gc ol tht- classes. Other students, chosen hy thi lliilllly. l1.1t control ol the ollicc work. l'1'i11cip:1l R. F. Myers' place was taken .Q 1 hx lt S ning l'o1'111n pi-twitluiit, shown iilwove shaking hands with Ivfzlyor S. W. ll l Page 81 At left is Helen Jensen, one of thc student teachers, instructing at fellow student in the journalism class. Among the many distingf uishctl visitors at Thomas Jeffer- son High School during SelffRef liant Day were, at left with "Prinf cipnl' Les Strong, City Fire Chief Mcrrillg Mayor McCall, and Chief of Police Bangs. offs, gif The Boys' City is a newly-organized group, which can already boast of many varied activities. Officers in the group represent city officials, each office corresf ponding with an office in the city government. In a rousing campaign, at which the entire student body voted, Tom Murray was elected as mayor of the school. Other officials shown above are: Aldermanfatflarge Frank Stelovich, Alderman Kay Garreang Alderman Dale Dawson, City Engineer jim Jensen, Clerk jerry Milli' man, Mayor Murray, Auditor Warren Wright, District Attorney Herb Walker, Alderman jack Draper, Alderman Ralph Hager. Top row: left to right: 'lim Lawless, John Turner, ,lack Draper, Don Reneau, jim Reneau, Frank Stclovich, Jim Thomas, Bill Clark, Dick Edson. Second row: left to right: Curtis Milliman, Tommy Seaton, Dick Osborn, Charles Skokum, Don Rinehart, Warren W'right, Bruce Williams, Jim Jensen, Kay Garrean, A1 Smith, Principal R. F, Myers, sponsor. Bottom row: left to right: Dale Dawson, Don Flecky, Herb Walker, Darrell McMullen, Don Huenger, Austin McMahon, Carl Tedesco, Don Shipely, Bob McCullough, Floyd Keim. Page SZ gifzfa 7 found Shown above are the officers of the Girls' Council. Left to right are: Jeanne Germar. treasurer: Roberta Polson, Vicefpresidentg Miss Helen Exley, sponsorg Violet Volz, president, Ruth Corning, secretary. The Girls' Council is an honorary organization composed of thirty girls chosen by the women members of the faculty because of their service, leadership, scholar' ship and character. It is sponsored by Miss Helen Exley. One of the purposes of this organization is to help freshmen girls to adjust themselves to highfschool life. This is carried out in the "Big and Little Sister" plan. Each member chooses two or three freshmen girls as her "little sisters," and helps them with their individual problems. An assembly program is held before each new semester to inform these girls of school activities, club rules, and the building. The value of this program has been provided by the comments of the freshmen girls themselves. Bifmonthly programs including speeches, motion pictures, panel discussion and the initiation program are given for all the girls of the school. Top row: left to right: Elinor Kennedy. Marjorie Garrean, Shirley Pinhero, Evelyn Hankey, Rita Flack, joan Clausen, Bonnie Yates, joan Young, Dorothy Garrean, Pauline W'oolsey, Sadie Daprizio, Betty Weav'er, Betty Wallace, Shirley Lindberg. Bottom rowg left to right: Evelyn Durick, Jeanne Germar, Elaine Hough, Beverly Bigelow, Phyllis Lchmer, Violet Volz, Billyemae Schicketanz, Roberta Polson, Marjorie Pace, Gwen' dolyn Ervin, Anna Mae Edwards. Inset: Jeanne Olson and Eula Coffman. Page 83 :Rid Cum CM? Top row: left to right: Jacque McCollough, Phyllis Solon, Elaine Shulilcr. jean Davis, Mar' jorie jenkins, Mildred Starkey, Betty Leeper, lone Bird, Shirley Conway. Bottom row: Burnadettc McLaughlin, Arlene Graves, Eva Hunt, Vxfauneta Knecht, Dorothy Stroh, Billie ,lean Pitt, Virginia Barnum, Catherine Niks ck. Sofa CM? Top rowg left to right: Mr. Charles Davis, sponsor, Wayne Wold, Eula Dunning, Charles Bloomquist. Bottom row: Marybelle Costy, Margie Barrett, LaVerle Snethen, Virginia Herman, Anita Bahnsen. Page 84 El2iO'Z cialzae Top rowg left to right: -luck Kellogg, Vv'ilbur Gruybill, Jack Wl1eelel', Mi'. O. A. Bump, sponsor Ed jones, jack Bolin, Gerald johnson, Don Flaxbezird, Howard Durick. Butturn row: jerry Milliman, Bill Hough, Bob Stanley, George Lorenzen, jim YNi'ny, Bob Blust, llob Hzirgis, Austin McMahon, Bob Wiedeman. Om Uallff Top rowg left to right: Walter Sheets, George Strohl, Wailter Stevens, Mr. Doron Vv'zu'ren, sponsor: Ray Connolly, Bob Wise. llottoni row: Dawn Miller, Merrill Carlson, Henry Bergantzel, Clifford Smith, Bill Spickcrinnn Page 85 fJM..,.E Top row: left to right: Eldon Wiedman, Clarice Sizer, Wilma Grate, Barhara Van Scoy, ,lack Graves, Carl Buck, Bill Howland, Pat Patterson, Dan Reinert, Billy Kcairnes, Mary Dawley, Helen Liggdis, Edward Leho, Scott Smith, Miss Doris Killins, sponsor Ind row: Shirley Smith, Violet Hanes, Marilyn Connell, Lorraine Holie, Geraldine Johnson, Betty Lawson, Marcella Tamas, Marjorie Klotz, Barbara White, Gretta Dofner, Lois Ulfcrs, Nona Samms, Betty Walker, Marietta Slack, Colleen Hannum. Front row: Lois Mayer, Geraldine Jensen, Blanche jones, Ruth Williams, Elizabeth Wehster, Elizabeth Cooper, Darlene Damon, Geraldine Kuhl, Dorothy Kendall, Neoma Polson, Loretta Smfth, Loreta Lindsey, Irene Jensen, jean Heath, Evelyn Batten. ECO 'ZLU72 'Top row: left to right: Mr. Miles Eloe, sponsor. Fred Feekin, Phyllis McHargue, Mary Lou Cooper, Lola Littlejohn, Etta Mae Harris, Sam Stanton, Bill Dewey, Pearle Christensen, Ann Boege, Lester Andrews, Mr. Ralph Letts, sponsor. Bottom row: Earline Ives, Patsy Hansen, Madeline Himmelsehr, Yvonne Troutner, Mardell Clemens, Aline Vxfooldriclge, Imogene Barnes, Darlene Furler, Delores Thomas, Harriet Cody, Pat Farrarello. Page 86 X LL 07256 CZ Top rowg lelit to right: -loyee Tisher, Phylls Nuzum, Betty Moser. Violet Volt., Pat Bangs, joan Cerinai, Dorothy Fuller, Eleanor Passer, 'lean Cermar, Phyllis Sorenson, Marcelle Miller, Betty Smith. St-con row: lieth Clark, lletty Phillips, Emma jean Dray, Dorothy Christensen, Shirley Pinhero Betty Lee lithington, joan Clausen, Elaine Hough, june Xvalker, Elaine Meyers. Barharzi Boyer. Bottom row: Nlari-:rie Rue, lviarion Hansen, Phyllis Piekard, Evelyn Sealoek. Roherta Sealock, lviillieent Hansen, Elan K A Ada .' " " ' ' " ' " ' ie eeton, nn imson, Katherine Roekwtll, Virginia Dray, Kathryn Skow. Nu Umega Sigma Literary Society is the oldest organization in Thomas Jefferson High School. It is seholastieg its ohjeet is to developi literary ahility, character, and service. Most important activity of the group is the MotherfSenior Banquet, which is held annually. Bottom, Left Pictureg Top row: Sara Lou Mathiesen. Znd semester parliamentarian1 Sadie Dap- rizio, lst semester parliamentarian1 Rosemary Canavan, 2nd semester sergeantfatfaims: Evelyn Hanltey, Ind semester secretary. Front row: Wiliiiai O'Neill. 'lnd semester treasurer: Carolyn Cottmire, 'Ind semester presmlentz Nlrs. Clara Strickland, sponsor, Sally Ryan, lst semester presidents Bonnie Yates ln' . t , A ., .. Li semester vice' resident. Otl ' ol'l""" ' " ' ' ' " ' ' ' p itr ittis are. Maxine Teague, lst semester secretary: Sadie Mae Vantlerpool, lst semester treasurer. Page 87 QHZEZCZ Top row: left to right: Daniel Linehan, Claude Norton, Clifford Moss, Joe Mrkacek, john Lar' sen, Floyd Mathews, Kenneth Hager, Paul Garrett, Donald McMahon. Bottom row: Norman Gilson, Marie Holmes, Rosalie Agnew, Margaret Jensen, Helen Stewart, jean Stewart, Lois Waugh, Les Strong. For those students who wish to learn how to take better pictures, develop their own films, and make their own pictures, the camera club was formed. It is sponf sored by Mr. Ralph Parkinson. Club activities include field trips, lighting demonstrations, and an exhibit of prints each semester. This club meets in the printshop and uses the printing departments dark room. Officers of the Camera Club are: john Larsen, president, Russell Hunter, vicef president, Margaret Jensen, secretary, and Norman Gilson, sergeantfatfarms, At left are two club members, Daniel Linehan and Les Strong, printing a picture from a negative by means of an enlarger machine. l Page 88 liigzazy Left Picture, Top row: left to right: Ioan Germar, Ann Adamson, Roberta Sealock, Betty Vifallace, Margaret Jensen, Rita Perin, Doris Ellis, Reta Perin, -lacquelyn Brown, Phyllis Saar, 'Second row: Bette Bailey, Shirley Smith, Pat Silein, Allis Wzill, Joyce Robinson, Lorraine Murray, Marjory Lawless, Ruth Maticka. Front row: Evelyn Hartwell, Gwen Ervin, Gloria Foster, Margaret Sluyter, Lona Marie Brown, joyce T.sher. The Library Club was first organized in 1932. It is sponsored by Miss Evelyn Bergan. Membership is granted to those who are library assistants, which position is gained by application to the librarian with recommendations from teachers. The purpose of the club is to secure knowledge of library work to help others enjoy the library. Annual projects of the club include the sponsoring of Book Week, during which time posters are made and a vigorous bookfreading program is carried on, and the annual Colonial Ball, on February 22, at which the announcement of the four best' loved girls of T. J, is made. During the year, girls give book reports in classes and prepare publicity in the form of posters, displays, and news for the school paper. Officers of the Library Club are: Betty Wallace, president: Reta Perin, vice' president: Rita Perin, secretaryftreasurer. 'VT S....,s... K 9 Page 89 igmcz au Top row: lelt to right: Doris Ellis. Ellen Arnold, Doris Clover, Betty Follett, Margaret Harris, Gladys Deterding, Pat Heller, Pauline Vernon, Elaine Smith, Ruth Friend, Gloria Foster, june Austin, Joan Rooney, Betty Darnell, Helen Knecht. 'lnd row: Miss Mabel Gunderson, sponsor: Arlene Peterson, Norma jean Vxfaltrip, Donna Vv'hitc, Elaine Roper, Marjorie Pace, Helen Mammyshoff, Betty Foutch, jean Harrison, Betty Hargfs, Pat Wise, Marian Kohler, Esther NVhite, Betty Pohmissano, Miss Garnet Welsch, Sponsor. Bottom row: Jean Wood, Lorraine Larsen, Lucille Pribyl, Geraldine Burkey, Lois Marlow, Melinda Walling, Grace LaGhappell, Helen Kegley, Barbara Miller, Rose Ramey, Mar' garet Pribyl, Helen Smith, Irene Paulson. The Sigma Tau Literary Society is sponsored by Miss Garnet Welsch and Miss Mabel Gunderson. This organization has as its goal, helping others to help themselves. It aims to develope poise and selffconfidence among its members, so each of them is given an opportunity to appear before her fellow clubmates once a semester. Up to this year, the outstanding activity of the Sigma Tau has been helping the Creche. Parties were given for the children and the girls collected handkerchiefs to send to them. Other activities of the group include bowling and roller skating parties potfluck dinners, and candy sales. A MotherfDaughter Banquet is an annual affair held in May. Officers for the first semester were: Geraldine Burkey, presidentg Doris Glover, vicefpresidentg Ruth Friend, secretary, Elaine Smith, treasurerg Rose Ramey, sergeantfatfarms. Second semester officers were: Elaine Roper, president, Jean Harrison, vicefpresif dent, Gladys Deterding, secretaryg Betty Hargis, treasurer, Joan Rooney, sergeantfatfarms. Page 90 55 EEC f-ppuurw Top row, left to right: Dick Yokum, Albert Hansen, -lack Brown, Bob Jordan, jim Thomas, Gordon Kelsen, Marvin Maltz. 'Ind row: joyce Wagner, Joyce Vv'elke, Mr. E. H. Ulm, sponsor: Letitia Wilmot, Ada Marie Ticnor, Marilyn Greenlee. Thomas jefferson, in the past has been noted for its extensive speech. This year the Speech club, sponored by Mr. Ernest Ulm, was organized to further con- structive speech activities in the school. The Speech club helped sponor the Debate Clinic, an annual affair at Thomas jefferson High School, promoted discussion prof grams, and inspired individual interest in speech work. Officers for the club this year were Marilyn Greenlee, president, Jim Thomas, vicefpresidentp and Ada Marie Ticnor, secretary-treasurer. CLUB CALENDAR DEBATE CLINIC Nov. 22, 1941 32 teams participating from Iowa. Nebraska. South Dakota, and Missouri, Example debate given by University ol' Omaha and Hastings College. Feature of the day: Address of Dr, Baird, Director of Forensics at University of Iowa. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE ROUND-TABLE TALKS DEBATE Oct, 16, 1941 Nov. 2, 1941 Members: Teams: M U1 Ch . Freshmen: r' m' mrman Elaine Lewis ,lack Brown Kathleen Gallagher Ada Marie Ticnor Helen jensen Bob Some,-5 Sophglfflres: K -loce Wagner .une Myerson Helen Mammyshoff Nov, 21, 1941 Ada Marie Ticnor Members: Coaches: jack Brown, Chairman Frosh: Jack Brown Bob Somers Soph's: Marilyn Greenlee HASTINGS COLLEGE Decision: Freshmen. DEBATERS Page 91 615, LL5 5' Bdugfi Bob Gilson, president of the Masque and Bauble during the first and second semesters. Other officers are: first semester: Vice' president, Jeanne Olsong Secref tary, Billye Mae Schicketanz. Sec' ond semester: Vicefpresident, Rita Flackg Secretary, Anna Mae Edwards. I To fos1,r interest in school dramatics by giving opportunity for students of all ages to give expression to their interest in this field is the aim of the Dramatics Club. Participation in onefact plays, interpretative readings, and production staff work, which includes makefup, costumes, and other forms of theatrical activity, aid members in working toward this goal. The club is sponsored by Miss Ruth Brown, dramatics coach. Activities are educational and social. Points are earned in the club for the winning of a depart' ment letter award. Top row: left to right: Ronald Smith, Beverly Bigelow, Dorothy Scott, Bill Heller, Bob Callison, Clarence Yokom, Bette Davis, Marian Larsen: Bob Gilson, Byron Durham, Charles Davis, Mary Ellen Williams, Miss Ruth Brown, sponsor. Bottom row: Ruth Damgaard, Anna Mae Edwards, Marion Thomas, Betty Goodwin, Eva Blair, Cleo Woods, Doris Seegar, Marion Callahan, jackie Rosenbaum, Maxine Camp' bell, Georgette Hermes, Katherine Heitkamp. Page 92 QUU' LAW' CLUB OFFICERS lopg It-lt to right: jim Lawless, vice-president, john Turner, sergeantfatfarins, Harold Hansen ll'L'-l'lII'L'l'. Bottonig Charles Aten, presidcntg Pauline Vvioolsey. secretary: Mr, 1. Paluka, sponsor. The purpose of the Law Club is to afford to members an opportunity to study certain phases of law and of American history beyond what academic course affords. Their programs consist of trips to local public offices, talks by attorneys, rc' searches in law and in U. S. history, and, at times, entertainment. The Club has also presented an information contest as an assembly program, in which the best informed student in the school was determined. Those students who participated in the program and were judged the IO best informed students of the school were: Alton Miles, Scott Smith, Kenneth Negus, Pharris Simmons, Bob Wise, Phyllis Saar, Don Miller, Charles Aten, Charles Davis, and Betty Wallace. Page 93 Top roxvg left to right: Rolla Stevenson, Clayton Hakenson, Clinton Jeffries. Henry Hyde. Pat Patterson, Dick Kennedy, Arthur johnson, Ralph Hager. Bottom row: Kenneth Negus, Fred Coley, Charles Hoke, Charles Bloornquist, John Chapman, Terry Shea, joe Basch. Saga Cyifidllf Top row: left to right: Ronald Smith, Charles Davis, Cleo Farrell, Betty Weax'er, LaVonne Graves, Bette Bailey. Bottom row: left to right: Evelyn Durick, Violet Volz, Roberta Polson, Helen Jensen, Marilyn Greenlee. Page 94 jl2fE'Zl2CZfiOlZCl!, 6701151 on ance Top row: left to rigbt: Mary Pavich, Arlene Sbarrett, Angelina Roderick, Roberta Polson, Lubi Vukson, Miss Helen Kohr, sponsor. liottoni row: left to riglit: Leona jones, Maxine Moss, Phyllis Lelimer, Betty Pantier, Barbaza Blair, Allis Vfzill. Zi ' C lp E ,i ,- L S A sffsfzman 1 LL X 1,-,tibia X Top row: Gordon Wright, Charles Blue, Darrell Anderson, Eugene Flccky, Dick Corder, Frank Stelovicb, Dick Ronk, Bill Lund, George Sweetman, Morris Podcndorf. Second row: Ivan Liddell, Bob Holst, Harry Sluytcr, Bob Worsing, Ed Tyler, Lawrence Gepf pert, Bruce Turnipseed, Bob Somers, jim Turnipseed, Vernon Weise. Bottom row: jim Buck, Orville Blue, Bob Westbrook, Ernest Flecky, Bruce Williams, Bob Gilson, Doug Neve. Page 95 Officers: Tow: Eulu Coffman, 1::t semester Jiesidentz Bett Howe vice' resident. l 1 V S P Bottom: Margie C,vafreain, Ind semester pre:iL.cnt: Loriaine Bradford, Sergeantfatfarms: Shirley Lindberg. sectctaryftreasurer. The Girls' Athletic Association was founded to offer greater opportunities for leadership, to stimulate interest in health and sportsmanship, to stimulate interest tcrest in wholesale leisure time activities which will serve the student not only when she is in school, but after graduation. It is sponsored by Miss Judith Grow, girls' physical education instructor. Any girl who has earned fifty athletic points is eligible for the G.A.A. Top row: Betty Howe, Betty McLaughlin, Verna Mae Laugesen, Virginia Rockwell, Jean McGruder, Elinor Kennedy. Second row: Evelyn Bloomquist, Betty Olsen, Betty Van Scoy, Ruth Maticka, Marjabelle Bryant, Dorothy Gruver, Shirley Smith, Betty Coon. Third row: Wilma Ward, Doris Brons, Peggy Gienau, Eula Coffman, Marilyn Moats, Marjorie Garrean. Margaret Petersen, Betty Wallace, Lorraine Bradford, Shirley Lindberg. Bottom row: Ila Hager, Doris Webb, Minnette Wooten, Peggy Curran, joan Young, Laura Tisher, Marialice Forsythe, Shirley Foutch, Shirley Connell, Bette Bailey, Miss Judith Grow, sponsor. Page 96 Cafeteria girls gct rcady for thc noonfliour's "hung ry horde" ....... . . . Opcn Housc lwrings parents and tcziclicrs to' gcthcr ...... . . , , . Digglc lczipe for ai liigh one ....... , , , Bonnic :ind Evclyn ffpcrclicd on Saintafs pziuncli. . . . Donaindlcrryait YC Olds: Hangout . . . , , . . plcz1scd,Mis5 Bryf ant? ...... . . . . . 2lI'llll1C1' gay mo- ment in 106 ...... . . . Forum president Strong :ind T. jfs Tlinnltsf giving donation .,... . . , Mr. Davis, ugraicing tlic portals of d-:air old T, bl." . . . Hcxiltli tests in tlmc gym ......... A . ,loycc Tislicr witli Rulwinofli. Wliiit, no violin? . , . Miss lixlvyz1ndVio' lvl Vol: lwoosl ilit- :innn.1l fund witli ll faintly sailt' . . . . . lfng1lisliVl slndcnts lwcoiin' 'ifliiixwi' lwooli mind tml" . ....,, , , , strictlyforinzil . . . . . The flzlgfdrill girls step out at the Rails Pageant. . . . Thc Fczurllmrscmcn -Digglc, Sluylcr, Pmlcnf dorl, Stclovicli , . . . . . . Bob Icarus thc zuldf ing machine actually adds. . . . that cartoon slick laughing at isxft from "Bch tor Homes and G2lI'LlCXlSN. . . . "To the lilwrary, -lack old boyvf ORf -Trzmsf portuticm, 1942 ..... . . who'dat:? . . . . Napoleon haduothf 11lgOI1h1I'D . . . . .. . . ohhhh memories! . . . mmmmmm-meat' balls!! ......... gifzfa 1 Aho 'ata Judith Grow B. A. and M. A. Yankton Gollegeg U. of Iowa. Physical Education With Miss Helen F. johnson as instructor, girls' athletics were first introduced into T. J. in 1923. Throughout its fifteen years of popularity, seven gym teachers have come and gone. Until 1931, the girls in the gym classes had worn black uniforms with white middies, but in that year the green gym suits were introduced. Girls go to physical education classes twice a week for one hour periods. Duff ing this time they participate in many games and exercises. At the end of the period those who wish may take a shower. Health and hygiene form another part of the physical education program. Girls, who for some reason cannot participate in active sports, go to special health classes. This year, National Health Day, on May 1, was celebrated by a demon' stration in which all of the gym classes participated. To assist Miss Grow, there are two girls in every class who belong to the Gym Assistants Club. They perform various duties such as taking attendance, giving instructions, and refereeing games. For assisting in the gym at least twice a week, the girls receive athletic points that go toward earning an athletic letter and an Iowa State pin. For the letter, girls must earn five hundred points. To receive a pin, they must have earned one thousand points. Page 100 GIRLS' ATHLETICS Bctty HowcffScnior girl who has won hcr Iowa State l0O0fpoint pin hy patrticipatf ing in various athl-:tic actiyitics throughout hcr highfschool catrccr. Below: Lcttcr girls. having cnrncd 500 points IIVCZ Buck row: Mnrgic Gznrrczln. lictty Howe, Verna Mac Lnugcscn. Fccond row: Nlinncttc Vvlootcn. Euln Coffman. Mtn-juhcllc Bryant, Betty Coon, Shirley Smith. Bottom row: Peggy Curratn. Lzlurzt Tishcr, Betty Vvhllacc, Joan Young, Lorraine Bradford. Page 101 wwf' gbzfa I Qgfgfsfici During the fall, one of the most popular sports among the girls is base soccer. This game, resembling baseball in many ways, is played by kicking a rubber ball from person to person, and scores are made by kicking the ball between two goal' pfsts. When cold winds and snow keep the girls inside, one of their favorite games is basketball. Many interfclass and home room basketball tournament games are played during the Winter. Page 102 gifzfi I cqfgfsfica Top row: left to right: Arlene Graves, Betty Weaver, Shirley Foutch, Marjorie Garrean, Betty Howe, Betty Wallace, Carolyn Cottmire, Marjahelle Bryant, Peggy Gineau, Shirley Smith, Miss Judith Grow, instructor. Second row: Betty Olsen, Minnette Vifooten, joan Young, Laura Tisher, Evelyn Hankey. Bette Bailey, Betty Coon, Doris Brons, Vv'ilma O'Neill, Betty Fuller, Peggy Curran. lfront row: Maiialice Forsythe, Doris Wehh, Emma Dray, Ida Mac Dray, Katherine Skow. Lorraine Bradford, Rita Flack, Shirley Connell, Margaret Harris. Volleyball is a major sport among girls in the late fall and early winter months. Afterschool tournaments of volleyball are played between the home rooms and physical education classes. Page 103 O 1 I Oqfgfafica Gaylord Stuelke B. S. Coe College Physical Education Page 104 Oofgaff C7qC fioifiai Topg The Football Queen, with her honor court, reigns during the Thomas Jefferf son High School football season. Left to right: .loan Clausen, Betty Bailey, Queen Eula Coffman, Jean Bretz, Maxine Teague. Bottomg Leading the football crowds in yells to spur the Yellowjaekets to victory are the cheerleaders. Left to right: Charles Bloomquist, Shirley Pinhero, joe Carter, Emma Jean Dray, Cleo Mae Wood, Ron Smith, Joan Young, Laura Tisher. Seated: Eldon Vkfeideman and Loretta Smith. Page 105 Harry Sluyter Morris Podendorf Bauce Williams Senior junior Junior Guard Tackle End Doug Neve Senior Center Bob Worsing Senior Guard SCHEDULE Sept. 12-here .... T. J. 38 ...... Shenandoah 13 Sept. 26-here .... T. J. 13 ...,.. Central 12 Oct. 3-here .... T. j. 19 ...... A. l.. 6 Oct. 10-here .... T. J. 12 ...... North 12 Don Spires Senior Tackle Frank Stelovich Senior End Bill Lund Gordon Diggle Ivan Liddell Junior Senior Senior Quarterback Halfbaclc Halfback at Page 106 Al Smith Ed Tyler junior junior llzillilixicli lillkl SCHEDULE Oct. 17' thcrc .A,. T. J. 13 ...... Rcd Oak Oct. 'Hrfthcrc ..,. T. J. 14 ...... Logan Nov. 7f-thcrc .... T. J. 20 ....., A. L. Nov. 21- fhcrc ..,. T. O ...... Benson Eugene Fleclcy Les Strong Senior junior Manager Hzilfback 65" 20 6 6 13 Page 107 Orville Blue -I unioi' End Charles Blue Sophomore Tackle jim Turnipseed junior Guard Walter LeMaster-s Sophomore Guard Tom Murray Senior Tackle Dick Ronk junior End 7 goofgczff Bill Bussard of Shenandoah scored on this play as several Yellowjackets give chase. Opening their eightfgame schedule at home, the Yellowjackets held a T-party on their own field September 12, running over Shenandoah's game but inexperienced eleven by the score of 3843. September 26 saw the fighting Jeffs overcome a Central lead to score in the closing minutes and pull out a 1342 victory. The following week T. J. defeated their arch rivals from the Hilltop by a score of 19f6. The Lynx were no match for the hardcharging Yellowjackets. Thomas Jefferson and North met on the T. J. field October 10, with the game ending in a hardffought 1242 tie, The next Friday, the injuryfriddled jeff squad traveled to Red Oak, where they lost a heartfbreaking 13f2O decision to the fighting Tigers. The weakened Yellowjackets simply could not match the power of the heavier boys from Red Oak. On October 24, T. J. battled Logan on the Panther's field, defeating them by a score of 14f6, the game being played on a slippery, wet field. Page 108 ooffia After two weeks rest, the Yellowjackets again proved their superiority over A. L., swampiiig the Lynx hy a score of 20f6 on the Hilltoper's field. The shifty jeff hacks, running from the new T formation, were more than a match for th slower, heavier Lynx linemen, breaking through repeatedly for long gains. ln the final game of the season, Benson invaded T. territory and in a game that was to decide the winner of the lntercity, the Bunnies carried off a 1310 victory and the crown. The Yellowjacket eleven hattled gamcly throughout the game hut could not cope with the heavier attack of the Benson eleven. All in all, the season was a highly successful one, the fighting ,leffs capturing second place in the lntercity. Whitt the Yellowjackets lacked in weight and height, they made up 'n speed, shiftiness, and courage. A team such as this deserves the praise they received from the student hody. Stan Stepanek is run down hy Neve 1441, Sluyter GOD, Strong, 1491, Stelovich UID, and Lurd U31 of T. J. after a short gain. Page 109 ECOIZCI gf-Lanz Oofgaff Left to right, Front row: Fricke, Wilkiiis, Andrews, Stanley, Culek, Montgomery Second row: Bolin, Eggers, Ford, Isaacson, Griffin, LeMaster, Pleake. Back row: Coach jewett, Butler, Moran, Brooks, Garrean, Billmire. Hoke, Mil liman, Larsen. Sept. 25 ...,.. Oct. 2 ....... Oct. 9 ....... Oct. 16 ....... ....,. Gct. 7.3 Nov. 6 ....... SECOND TEAM SCHEDULE here here here there there here 'U TJ 'Tj TJ TJ TJ Won 1, Lost 5, Tied O Central Tech South Cr. Prep . ., ............... ...... B enson 6 6 12 28 7 12 Page 110 ww l S t qj'Z5i6l72L?.l'Z qoofgcz E , Left to rightg Front row: Carlson, Lebo, Applegate, Rindone, Reinert, Holst, Eldon Vsfeidman, manaferg Sween , MeGmder, Bock, Sullivan. P. Seeond row: Paulus, Patterson, McCall, Talbert, Anderson, Nolan, Petersen, Brown, Wzzduln. Back row: Braband, Howland, Hatcher, Searpellino, Parrish, Osborne. F RESHMAN SCHEDULE October 2 ....... there ....,.. TJ. 7 .. ........ . A. L. 0 October 10 ...... ,...... h ere ..... ....... T J. 8 ...... .....,.. B loomer 0 October 23 ....... here ................ TJ. 12 ......... ..... A . L. O Won 3, Lost O, Tied O Page lll Baagafgaff Top row: George Sweetman junior Forward Second row: Ed Tyler junior Guard Bottom row: Dick Ronlc junior l7ni'warG' Vern Wiese junior Canter Harry Sluyter Senior Guard Bill Lund Junior Forward Page 112 James Buck Bob Holst Junior Scnior Forward Guard Jim Turnipseed Eugene Flecky junior Senior Guard Guard Bob Gilson Capt. Ivan Liddell Junior Senior Forward Ccntci' Q3aiE.efLlafL SCHEDULE Dec. ,,A,,,, .,,....... T . J. 27 .............. ........ M alvern 25 Dec. T. J. 20 ......, ......,. B enson 26 Dec T. J. 38 ,...... ........ L ogan 23 Dec T. J. 25' .,,.... ........ S t. Francis 19 Jan. T. 28 ...,... ........ A . L. 45 Jan. T. J. 21 ,..,... ....... C reighton Prep 44 Jan, T. 23 ....,,, .....,.. T ech 21 Jan, T. J. 34 ....... ........ N orth 41 Feb. T. J. 38 ....... ........ N ebraska City 28 Feb. T. J. 23 ....... ........ A . L. 39 Feb. T. J. 30 ..,.... ......., G lenwoocl 18 Feb. T. J. 16 ,,..... ........ A tlantic 35 Handicapped by lack of height and experience, Thomas Jefferson's battling basketball team surprised everyone by pulling out a .500 record for the season. The Fearless Five went as far as the sectional tournament in post season play, losing to A. L. in the finals in a hectic 5lf47 battle. Besides the regulary scheduled games, the Yellowjackets played the T. J. Alumni twice, losing the first game by 2640 and the second game, a Red Cross benefit game, by 2844. The alumni were lead by such former T. J. stars as Red Johnson, Pat Moore, and George Koch. In losing to such teams as Creighton Prep, A. L , and Atlantic, the Jeff five prwed that they had the makings of a great team, showing this in their upset v'ctory over Tech and in their victories over St. Francis, Glenwood, Logan, and Nebraska City. What they lacked in height and weight, they made up in team spirit, courage, and speed. Outstanding for the Yellowjackets all season were Captain Ivan Liddell, Bob Holst, Bill Lund, Dick Ronk. and Eddie Tyler, ably supported by Vern Wiese, Bob Gilson, George Sweetman, ,lim Turnipseed, Harry Sluyter, Eugene Flecky, and Jim Buck. Losing only Liddell, Sluyter, Holst and Flecky in graduation, the team should come back strong next year. Page H3 Bczigafgaff Eddie Tyler drives in for a setup past two Logan guards as Wiese of T. J. and another Logan player look on. Howard Foy of Benson 1105 shoots a onefhander as Ed Tyler leaps high to block it. Ivan Liddell is the T. J. player rushing up to help. Page 114 LSCOIZJ Usam Baagafgaff Left to r'ght: top row: Tom Cronin, Charles Heller, Jack Bolin, Dick Ford. Bottom row: Dick Corder, Gene McKeeown, Dick Usborne, Kenneth Carroll, James Griffin Ronald Smith. Don Prentice. Dec Dec Dec Dec. Jan. jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 6 ...... ........ T 12 ...... ........ T 20 ...... ........ T 30 ...... . ....., T 9 ...... ..,..... T 16 ..,... ........ T 30 ...... .,...... T 6 ...... ........ T 13 ...... ........ T 20 ...... ........ T 28 ...... ........ T SCHEDULE .47 ................... ........ 16 ......... .33 ......... .26 ,........ .35 ......... 18 ......... 33 ......... .28 ......... .45 ......... .35 ......... .20 ......... Malvern Benson Logan St. Francis L. Creighton Prep North Nbraska City L. Glenwood Atlantic Page 115 gtaigman Bazgsfgaff Lcit to rightg top row: Daniel Reinert, Phil Scarpellino, James Patterson, Robert Saint, Robert Henry, Ronald Moss. Bottom row: Merrill Carlson, John Moore, Howard Ollie, Bill Howland, Harold Lcbo. Donald Bloomquist. T. J.'s freshmen, playing a sixfgame schedule, completed their season with a .SOO average. The green but fighting frosh showed great promise in certain games, and will bolster next year's varsity and second team. Lacking the height necessary to be a great team, the yearlings proved that they could win when they wanted to. Losing twice to a strong Holy Family five and once to Bloomer, the frosh defeated Abraham Lincoln twice and Washington grade school by top heavy scores. Great things will be ex- pected of them next year. SCHEDULE T. J. vs. Holy Family ..... ......... L ost T. J. vs. Holy Family ..... ......... L ost T. J. vs. Bloomer .......... ........, L ost T. J. vs. A. L. ...... ....... W on T. I. vs. A. ......................... ....... W on T. J. vs. Washington grade ...... ....... W on Won 3-Lost 3 Page 116 QW!!! 'qesffin E f E Left to right: hottom row: Coach Orr, Holst, Dawson, Smith, Hunt, Roy Willizims, Meyer. Neve, Culck, Garrean, Stelovich, Isaacson. Second row: Larson, Cutler, Milliman, Wzills, McNutt, Brazelton, Curt Milliman, Kcaly, Reningcr, Hoden, Rindone. Top roy: Bryant, Meyer, Kyster, Nolan, Mayberry, Holden, Gurney, Fitz, Burgett, Friel, Don Williams, McGrudcr, Taylor. The rough and tough Yellowjacket wrestling squad swept through a lflfgame schedule without a defeat to mar their record, capturing the intercity title for the first time since Coach Orville Urr took over. After winning the district meet at Des Moines, the Jeff Squad went on to take sixth place in the state meet at Waterliimi, Bob Hunt winning the state 112 lb. championship and Doug Neve taking third in the 135 lb. division. This year's squad are: Dick Holst-85 lb. Small but mighty was this grappler as he fought through to many a victory for T. J. He will be back next year. Dale Dawson. Dale, wrestling in the 95' lb. class, carried off second place in the race for the wrestling cup as well as winning his district match, and will be hack next year to carry on. Bob Smith-105 lb. A rough and tumble wrestler, Bob was one of T. jfs wrestling mainstays. Bob will return next year. Bob Hunt-112 lb. Bob showed his great ability as a wrestler throughout the sea' son, then continued to the state tourney, where he carried off the 112 lb. chamf pionship, becoming Coach Orville Orr's first state champion. Roy Williams-118 lb. Wrestling in several weights throughout the season, he showed remarkable improvement and will be back next year to continue his grappling career. Page 117 CWTEQ ffm Lawrence Geppert-124 lb. Lawrence is one wrestler who will be sorely missed next year. This is his third and last year of wrestling at T. J. and he has left a great record behind him. Stanley Meyer-130 lb. Pug, as Stan is called, worked hard to win his place on the team and showed great promise as a fighting grappler. He will be back next year. Doug Nevew135 lb. Doug is also leaving a great record behind him as he grad' uates. He was undefeated in league competition, won the wrestling cup, and placed third in the 135 lb. state championships. Leroy Culek+14'5 lb. Undefeated also in league wrestling, Awa won the district meet, then was eliminated in the state semiffinals. Kay Garrean-155 lb. Moving up a weight this year, Kay showed that he could fill in the gap left in the 155 lb. division. He will return next year. Frank Stelovich. Wrestliiig both 165 lb. and heavyweight, Frank was defeated only once in season competition, going on to win the district. Frank will graduate this year and will leave a big gap to be filled. Bob Isaacson. Bob, wrestling in much heavier weights than he should, improved enormously and will be back to become a mainstay of our wrestling squad next year SCHEDULE T. J. 26-South 14 ........,. .................,.,.... ........ h e re T. J. 32-Tech 14 .......... ....... t here T. J. 31-North 10 ........,, ....... t here T. J. 21-Central 19 .......,. ........ h ere T. J. 32-A. L. 6 ...,,...., ........ h ere T. J. 27-South 17 ................,...... ....... t here T. J. 8-Tech. 30 ..............,.,,........ ........ h ere T. J. vs. North Forfeit to T. T. J. 25-Central 18 .......,.....,.,,,,,... ....... t here T. J. 21-A. L. 14 ,......... ......,............. ....... t h ere Doug Neve Bob Hunt 135 lb. 122 lb. Page 118 . . . The Turkish harem scene from the '41 Follies. . . . The Golor Guard opens up the 1941 Rails Pageant ........ .Joyce Wclkc is crowncnl Posture Qnccn hv Mislrvss of Gcrvinonics Fula Coffman at thc Girls' Gym Night ........ . . . Roh Somers, mod' cling the latest mCn's cvv ning wcar. Scene: the '41 Follies ........ . . . Marksmanship- anil how! ........, , . . girls and glamour at the '41 Follies ...... . . . City officials' play host to B1 mys' Gity officers at a stcalc dinner ...,. . . . The Thru' Sonilwrcr osg Ralph Hager, Roh Som 1-rs, jim Sulhoff, give out with "El Rancho Grande" at thc annual Spanish banf quct ..,...... , . . 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Virginia - Barrett Marjorie ' Barrick, Ernest 4 Barry, Fern - f Basch, Ioe 6 Bates, Bob - - ' Batten, Evelyn 9 Beam, Clara Louise Beckman, Marilou Bell, Charles - 6 Benton, Birdv Bell Bergantzel, Henry Betts, Richard - - 4 ' 6 Student jncfax Page 9 9 9 . 9 9 29 50, 87, 89, 72, 66 9 9 . . 9 , S8 9 9 9 . 9 9 50 4 - 50 9 50, 88 4 74, 60 - 50, 74 - 60 - 55 - 29 ' 60 9 9 29 4 50, 95 - 111 9 9 29 ' 86, 110 9 9 S8 - 60, 111 9 9 9 74 . , 9 9 29, 74 - 4 90, 75, 59 9 9 9 . 9 , 55 29, 6s, 68, so, 93 9 9 , , 9 , 75 9.9990,74 6958 99975 55 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 84,75,60 67, 89, 94, 96, 103 59 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 1 9 55 87 74 9 55, 86, 74 f 55, 84, 74 4 29, 84, 74 - 9 75, 60 , , 9 29 9 9 9 94 9 9 9 . 50 6 86, 74, 59 9 f f 75,60 9 9 75, 59 9 9 ss 9 29 ' 60 60 74 74 9 9 9 9 9 9 Biesendorfer, Florence ""ff- 50, Bigelow, Beverly - 4 29, 67, 83, 80, 77. 92, Billmire, Robert - Bird, lone 4 ' f Blair, Barabra 6 f Blair, Eva Ruth - Bloomquist, Charles Bloomquist, Donald Bloomouist Evelyn 4 9 9 4 4 - 50.74,l10 . 9 9 9 84, 74 9 9 9 29. 95 9 9 9 9 50. 92 - 50. 84. 94. 74 9 -999f9 s9. 116 - 9 6 50, 74,96 Blue, Charles f 4 f 55,'80, 95, 107. 74. 7s Blue, Orville 9 ' 9 9 9 - 9 50,95,107 Page 121 Name Blue, Zelma .9 Blust, Robert - Bock, William Boege, Anna Boege, Frances Boege, Martha 9 Bolin, Jack - - Boyer, Ann Barabara 6 Boyer, Robert - - Braband, Bob f Bradford, Lorraine Brazelton, Lloyd Breeden, james 9 Bretz, jean 9 9 - Broadstone, De Wayne Brons, Doris - - Brooks, Newell 9 Brown, Bill 6 Brown, Jack - Brown, Jacklyn 9 Brown, Letha - Brown, Lona Marie Brown, Merrill Edwin Browning, Dean - Brunstedt, lla f Brunstedt. Wilma Dan 9 9 9 9 Bryant, Kenneth - - Bryant, Marjabelle 30, 67, Buck, Carl 9 - 9 Buck, James 9 - 9 Bullet, David 4 Burgett, Wendel Burkey, Geraldine Butler, Charles 4 Butler, Eugene - Callahan, Marion Callahan, Robert Callaway. Betty - Callison. Robert - Campbell, leanne - Campbell. Betty Jean - Campbell. Carol ' Campbell. Maxine Camnbell, Phyl1"s Canaday, Vernon Canavan. Rosemary f Carlson. Charles 4 Carlson, Merrill - Carman. luanita. Carroll. Kenneth Carter. loe 6 Cato. Iosephine 4 Chancellor. Clarice Chapman. lohn lr. Charles. Elizabeth 6 Christiansen. Dorothy Christiansen. Bette Page 9 9 60 9 50, 85 - 111 86 4 59 9 , 9 30 r 85, 110, 115 55, 87, 80, 74 9 9 60 ' - 80, 111 30, 101, 103, 96 6 f 55, 117 9 9 sa 9 9 9 9 9 so, 103, 96 9 9 110 9 so, 75, s9, 111 ss, 64, 73, 91 9 so, 67, 89 9 9 30 ss, 89, 73 9 ss, so 9 so 9 30 9 so 9 9 9 7s 9 9 zo. 117 76, 101, 103, 77, 96 9 9 36, 60 9 9 9s. 112 7s, 59 so. 117 zo, 90 9 110 9 9 92, 7s, 60 9 9 so 9 59 zo, 77, 92 9 9 so 9 7s, 59 9 9 31, 66, 92 9 9 so 9 11, so 9 so. 87 75. s9, 111 7s, s9, 116 9 9 ss 9 115 9 31 9 so, 74 9 31 9 94 9 so sv ss Name Christiansen, Pearle Clark, Beth 4 4 Clark, Bill 4 Clark, Donald Clark, Marshall 4 Clausen, Iacquelyn Clausen, Joan 4 Clinkenbeard, Betty 4 Clinkenbeard, Bill 4 Clover, Doris 4 Cochran, Tommy 4 Cody, Harriett 4 4 Cody, Percy Dean Ir. Coffey, Mary 4 4 Coffey, Winifred 4 Coffman, Eula 4 28 Colby, Carl 4 4 Conaway, Dorothy 4 Conaway, Shirley Connell, Marilyn Connell. Shirley Cook, Carol 4 Cook, Jimmy 4 Coon, Betty Rae 4 Cooper, Elizabeth 4 Cooper, Mary Lou Corbin, Earl 4 Corbin, Mildred 4 Corder, Dick 4 Corning, Ruth 4 Costy, Marvbelle Cottmire. Carolyn 4 Cotton, Frances 4 Cowles, Jeannette Cowles, Shirley Craig, Norma Crippen, Helen Crfopen, Phyllis 4 Cronin, Thomas 4 Cronland. Calvin Croson, Mary Rae 4 Crouch. Barbara 4 Culek. LeRoy 4 4 Cunningham, Violet Curran, Peggy 4 Damgaard, Ruth Damon, Darlene Daorizio. Sadie 4 Darnell Betty Student jncfax Page 55, 74, 4 80, 4 , . 73, 31, 83, 87, 72, 4 4 4 4 ' 5 58 50, 60, 72, 31, 67, 68, 83, 101, 4 70, 4 4 4 4 86, 50, 103, 4 , 74, . , 4 59, 86 87 82 31 60 60 66 58 80 90 73 86 73 58 31 96 94 59 84 74 96 59 75 96 86 86 60 59 115 Davis, Bette 4 Davis, Catherine Davis, Charles Davis, Edward Davis, Iackie Davis, lean Davis, Rav 4 Dawlev, Marv 4 Dawson, Dale 4 4 DeMare. Sam 4 4 31, 101, 103, 77, 4 4 4 74. . 4 4 55, 50, 80, 95, 49, 4 4 4 31, 83 4 59, 75, 84 4 31, 67, 87, 103 4 4 50 4 60, 74 4 74 4 60 4 31 75, 58 4 115 50, 73 4 32 4 32 4 110, 117 . 4 4 50 4 101, 103, , 49 96 4 4 50, 92 4 4 86 4 32, 83, 87, 66 4 4 4 90 92 58 De Santiago. Augustina Deterding, Gladys 4 . 4 50, 32, 66, 94, 77, 974 4 4 4 32 , 4 . 50 84 4 58 59. 86 4 117, 82 4 32 4 4 58 50, 90, 74 Page 122 Name Dewey, Bill 4 Dickeson, Patty Diggle, Gordon Dilts, Clifford 4 Dimon, Alice Dimon, Dick 4 Dinovo, Beatrice Dofner, Gretta Draper, Jack 4 Dray, Emma Jean Dray, Ida Mae 4 Dray, Virginia 4 Dryden, William Duitman, Dick 4 Dunn, Dunn, Loretta Roland Dunning. Eula 4 Durbin, Harold Durham, Byron Durick, Charlotte Durick, Donald 4 Durick, Evelyn 4 Durick, Howard Ray Durick, Iune 4 Durick, Phyllis 4 Durick, Rose 4 Eckrich, Don 4 Edson, Dick 4 Edwards, Anna May Edwards. Mable 4 Eggers, Bob 4 Ehlers, Ted 4 Ellis, Doris 4 Emmons. Charles Ervin. Gwendolyn Etherington. Betty Ethington. Betty Lee Evans, Clifford 4 Evans, Fred 4 Evans, Phyllis Farrell, Cleo 4 Feekin, Dorothy Feekin, Fred 4 Ferrarello, Pat 4 Ferrarello, Virgil Ferris, Earl 4 Ferris, Helen 4 Fickel, Dean 4 Fickel, Don 4 Fickel, Earl Fields, Bob Fisher. Velda Fitz, Clon 4 Flack, Rita 4 Flaxbeard, Don Flecky, Don 4 Flecky. Ernest Fleckv, Eugene 4 Fluhartv. Ruth 4 Follett. Bettv Ford, Beverly Page 4 86 4 4 50 4 32, 66, 106 , . 32 59 50 4 58 4 4 50, 79, 82 4 87,103 4 103 4 87 32 58 4 32 4 58 4 84, 51, 78, 80, 4 ' 82, 81, 4 51, 85, 4 4 60, 51, 83, 92, 4 4 89 4 33, 67, 83, 4 33, 87, 51, 78, 80, 74 75 92 51 59 94 66 51 51 58 32 82 74 51 110 33 90 58 89 74 71 59 59 51 94 33 86 86 75 60 51, 33 4 51 4 51 4 75, so 4 33 4 4 51 4 4 117 51, 78, 83, 103 4 51, 85, 74 4 4 59, 82 4 4 51, 95 33, 80, 95, 107, 112 4 4 . ,60 4 4 51, 90 55, 74 Name Ford, Dick ' Ford, Mary Rose Forsythe, Mary Alice Forsythe, Richard Foster, Gloria ' - Foutch, Foutch, Betty - ' Shirley Mae Harris, Foutch, Thomas ' Fox, Ed f - ' Franz, Betty f Fricke, Fred f Fried, Orville f Fried, William f Friedriclc, Barbara Friend, Don - Friend, Ruth - Fuller, Betty f Fuller, Dorothy f Fuller, john f Furler, Darlene - Fuss, David - - Gallagher, Kathleen Garrean, Dorothy Garrean, Kay f Garrean, Margie 34, Garrett, Paul 1 Geppert, Lawrence Gerholt, Darlene Germar, Jean ' Germar, Joan f Gienau, Marianne Gienau, Peggy - Gilson, Bob f Gilson, Norman f Glebe, Vivian f Goldbranson, Natalie Goldsberry, Cleo Goldsberry, Dolly Goodman, Babette Goodwin, Betty - Gordon, Joe ' Gourley, Lloyd Grate, Wilma ' Graves, Arlene Graves, lack - Graves, aVonne Gray, Barbara Graybill, Wilbur Greenlee, Marilyn ' Griffin, ialmes - Griffin, argie f Grotelueschen, Arlie Gruver, Dorothy Gurney, Boyd f Gutheil, Doroth Gutheil, Kenneth Hager, Ila - Hager, Kenneth Hager, Ralph Haines, Myrtis Haines, Violet ' Hakenson, Carl f v 4 cgfucfant .Uncfzx Page 51, 110, - 75, 51, 103, f 1 - f 89, 90, - - 51, 90, 103 Name Hakenson, Clayton Hallberg, Alice Marie Hallberg, Betty jane Hamilton, Harry f ligafan, Mary f Hancock, Ernest - Haney, Dolores Jene Hankey, Evelyn - Hannum, Colleen f Hansen, Hansen, Hansen, , Millicent f Hansen Hansen, Hargis, Hargis, Hargis, Albert f Harold - Marian f Patsy f Betty f Bob ' Dean - Harris, Etta Mae - Margaret ' f ' 51, 78, 66, 96, . , , , , , 33 , , . , 33 f 33 - ' 110 - 75.59 f 75, 59 - - 51, 74 ' 33, 76 - 90 ' ' 103 ' ' 55, 87 f 34 - 55, 86 ' ' 34, 79 f f 64, 74, 60 f 1 f 34, 83 f 74, 110, 117, 82 67, 68, 83, 101, 103, 74, 93 , , . , , 3 - 28, 34, 95, 74 , , , , 34, 74 - 34, 67, 65, 83, 87, 66 - 55, 87, 89, 72, 73 . . , , 51, 72 34, 65, 103, 96 95, 49, 92, 112 - 34, 65, 88, 80 f f 74, 60 f f 75, 60 . . 58 ' - is f 75, 59 ' 51, 77, 92 f ' 73 f - 73 f - as 34, 84, 103 86, 75, 60 f 51, 94, 74 1 4 4 . , . 74 - f 34, 85 35, 64, 80, 73, 94, 91, 77, 72 4 4 a - - 110, 115 , , , 35 - - - 51, 74 - 35, 74, 96 75, 59, 117 - f 75 f 35 , , , 96 . , , 35 51, 88, 94, 74, 82 , , , S8 - - 86, 60 ' 51, 80, 74 Harrison, jean f Harrod, Jeanette f Hartwell, Evelyn f Harvey, Lyonel - Hatcher, Dale f Hawk, Virgil ' Haynes, Barbara f Head, Florence ' Headlee, Beatrice ' Heath, Jean f f Heckendorf, Marjorie Heitkamp, Kathryn Heller, Bill f ' Heller, Charles ' Heller, Patricia f Helms, Naomi - Henderson, Doris f Henry, Barbara ' Henry, Gladys ' Henry, Robert ' Herman, Virginia Hermes, Georgette Herriott, Bruce f Hillman, Marvin - Himmelsehr, Madelyn Hines, Dwayne ' Hoden, Harry - Hoke, Charles - Hoke, Loraine ' Holmes, Marie f Holst, Bob f Holst, Dick f Hood, Harold f Hoover, Byril f Hosford, Charles ' Hotchkiss, George f Hough, Bill ' f Hough, Elaine f Howe, Betty f f Howland, William Huenger, Don - - Humphrey, Blaine ' Page 123 a a Page 94, 75, 59 58 55, 74 - f - 51 - ' 35, 66 - 35, 80, 70, 74 f - - 75, 58 51, 78, 83, 87, 103 ' ' 86, 75, 59 , . , , 91 ' ' 93 ' 55, 87, 74 87 74 '55,. - 55, 86, - 51 f 51, 78, l 51, 90, 103, , . , 51, - 67, - 111, - 75, r 36,7-1, - - vs 9 f f 90, . .1 74 90 85 60 86 74 90 51 89 58 117 35 58 35 55 59 59 92 ' 51, 66, 92 115 60 58 59 60 35 116 74 92 70 73 86 74 117 110 86 f 84, ' 35, f 55, 76, f 94, 74, ' f 35, 88 ' 36, 95, 112 - 117, 111 - 4 so f 36, 66 , . . , 60 f - 51, 78, 70 , , , , 85 51, 78, 83, 87, 74 36, 101, 103, 96 86, 59, 116, 117 , . . , 82 . , . 36 Name Hunt, Benna f f Hunt, Eva Marie - Hunt, Robert ' Hurd, Harry f ' Hurd, Mary Louise Hyatt, Wanda June Hyde, Henry f Ingram, Keith - Isaacson, Bob ' Ives, Earlene Ives, Teddy ' Jacobs, Betty f Jacobs, Richard ' Jacobs, Joy f Jager, Harold f Jefferis, Clinton ' Jenkins, Marjorie Jennings, Betty Jean Jensen, Geraldine CHSCU Helen ' I , Jensen, Irene ' Jensen, James f 9 Jensen, L orraine ' Jensen, Margaret ' Jensen, Patsy f Jewett, Je Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. anne ' Arthur f Bradford Edwfn f Eldon f Gerald ' Geraldine Jo Ann - Matthew Shirley f Jones, Blanche f Jones, Clarence Jones, Jones, Jones Ed f f Leona Mae Rita f f Jordah, Robert f Katzen Keairn Kealy, stein, Frank es, Billy - Dean f Keeton, Elaine f Kegley, Helen Keim, Floyd f Kelly, Frank f Kellog, Jack - Kelsen, Gordon f Kendal 1, Dorothy f ' Kennedy, Elinor f Kennedy, Paul f Kennedy. Richard Keohen, Ray - f King, Marvin f Kinney, Lois ' Kissel, Frank - Kissel, Stellamay f Klement, Bill ' Klotz, Marjorie f Alfucfsnf UIZJEX Page 36, 66 f 84, 60 f 117, 118 3 36, 74 f 36 f 58 f 94, 74 f 1 55, 75 - 55, 110, 117 , , , S6 , , , S9 f 58 51 60 , , 50 , , 94 f 84, 75, 60 , , , 60 . , . , 86 36, 65, 80, 66, 94 f f f 86, 59 - 36, 79, 70, sz 51 f 67, 89, 88 f 55, 87 f 51, 73 60 f 94, sz 59 36 ss f 86, 60 - ss, 74 - 36, 73 - 60 3 86, 59 f 7s 36, ss f 37, 95 f f 37 - f sz, 91 1 f . ss f so, 86,75, 60 f f sz. 117 f sz, 87, 74 - sz, 90 f 60, , , 37, sz, 91, so, 86, 74, sz 59 ss 74 60 f 83, 74, 96 a f f 37 - - 94 - ss 37 37 sz 60 75 60 - 86, Page 124 Name Knecht, Helenmarie f Knecht, Vv'anQta f f Knott, James f f Knouse, Gwendolyn ' Koebel, Mary Jane Kohler, Marian f Kozak, Darlene ' Kreft, Marialice f Kubat, Bob - f Kuhl, Geraldine - Kunick, Mary Alice f Kyster, Theodore f LaChappell, Grace f Lambertson, Bette Jean Lambertson, Melida ' Lamertson, Robert f Land, Erline f - Lang, Grace f Lang, Marjorie f Larsen, Betty - Larsen, Dale Larsen, Jean f Larsen, John f Larsen, Marion f Larson, Lorraine - Lassiter, Dorothy f Laugeson, Verna f Lauver, Shirley f Lawless, Jim - f Lawless, Joseph f - Lawless, Marjory Ann Lawson, Betty Jean f Lebo, Edward f f Lepper, Bettv Lou f Lehmer, Phyllis f Le Master, Walter - Lewis. Elaine f Liddell, Ivan f Liggdis, Helen f Lindberg, Shirley f Lindsey, Loreta f Linehan, Dan - Lingle, Harriett f Little, Eva f f Littlejohn, Lola f Lorenzen. George - Lund, Bill 1 f f Mahan, Earl ' ' Mahoney, Gerald - Mahi-enholz, LeRoy f Maltz, Marvin - - Mamyshoff, Helen Marie Manners, Le Roy - ' Marlow, Lois ' f Marsh, Roberta - Masters, Chester f Masters, Wanda f Mathews, Floyd ' Mathiesen. Sara Lou f Maticka, Ruth f f Mayberry, Bertha Marie Page f 5 2, 90 , , 84 f 55,73 f 60 f 37 f 90 f 75 f f 37 - f 59 f 37, 86, 66 f 55,74 ' 117 f 90 - 52 f 58 - 52 , , 80, , , , S2 ,.,92, 74 52 52 58 60 73 88, 74, 110, 117 74 90 74 96 58 82 59 f 37, 73, f 7, 101, - sz, 93, 1 3 f ss, 89 - f f 86, 110 so, 86, 60, 116, 111 f f f 37, 84 z 1 33, 83, 95 - 1 107, 110 - - 64, 74, 60 38, 9s, 66, 106, 112 , , . , 86 38, 79, 65, 33, 96 f f f 86, 59 , , , , 88 3 3 38 9 9 f f ss, 86 - sz, ss, 70 sz, 95, 106, 112 ' 28, 53, 34, - 90, , , 80, - 90, i Hs, f - 55, - 52, 89, 59 55 38 91 74 73 74 52 75 58 88 87 96 38 Name Mayberry, Lucille 4 Mayberry, William 4 Mayer, Lois 4 4 McCollough, Jacque 4 McCormick, Milford McCullough, John 4 McDowell, Dorothy 4 McGruder, Jack 4 4 McGruder, Jean 4 McHargue, Phyllis 4 McIntosh, Melvin 4 McKenzie, Bob 4 4 McKeown, Gene 4 4 McLaughlin, Bernadette McMahon, Austin 4 McMahon, Donald 4 McMullen, Darrell 4 McNutt, Robert 4 Meadows, Betty Jane Meek, Peggy Lou 4 Meidlinger, Alfred 4 4 Meston, Frank 4 Meyer, Keith 4 Meyr, Stanley 4 Meyers, Leona 4 Meyerson, Elaine 4 Miles, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Mller, Miller, Millim Mill 'm Millim Alton 4 4 Barbara 4 Bernard Donald 4 George 4 Marcele 4 Yvonne 4 an, Curtis 4 an, Cutler 4 an, Jerry 4 Mitchell, Mildred 4 Moats, Marilyn 4 Mogensen, Barbara 4 Mogensen, Margie 4 Montgomery, Virginia Montgomery, Jack 4 Moor, John 4 4 Moore, Vernon 4 Moore, Walter 4 Moran, Jack 4 Moser, Betty 4 Moss, Clifford 4 Moss, Maxine 4 Moss, Ronald 4 Morrow, Jim 4 Mowery, Dick 4 Mullen, Betty 4 4 Murphey, Everett 4 Murray, Shirley 4 Murray, Loraine 4 Murray, Thomas 4 Murphy, Mary Jane 4 Mowry, Harve 4 4 Mrkacek, Joe 4 4 Mrkacek, Josephine 4 Mynster, Tom 4 4 Nahach, Bob 4 4 cgfucfarzt Uzzcfsx Page 4 75, 59 4 70, 117 4 86, 59 4 55, 84 4 58 4 4 70 4 75, 59 4 111,117 4 4 96 4 86 4 38, 80 4 4 52 4 4 115 4 4 84, 59 4 38, 85, az 4 sz, 88 4 4 sz 117 4 sz 4 sz 4 4 4 38 4 4 4 79 4 7s, ss, 117 4 4 117 4 4 59 4 sz, 87, 74 4 4 4 80 90, 7s, 59 4 4 38 4 4 73 4 59 4 4 87, 74 4 4 4 4 39 4 ss. 80, 117,82 sz,8o,74, 110, 117 4 89, 68, ss, 82 4 4 4 , 55 4 4 49 96 4 7s, ss 4 74 4 59 4 110 4 116, 60 4 4 39 4 39 4 110 4 87, 74 4 4 88, 70 4 39, 95, 74 4 . 4 116 75 58 4 39 4 4 4 4 F9 4 4 39 4 4 4 89 4 39, 107, 82 4 4 75, 58 4 4 4 58 4 52,88 4 39 4 74 4 39 Name Neal, Loren 4 Negus, Kenneth Neill, Craig 4 Nelson, Eugene 4 Nelson, Gus 4 Nelson, Virginia Neve, Douglas 4 Neve, Nina 4 4 Nielsen, Kenneth Nielsen, Norman Niksich, Catherine Nolan, Jack 4 4 Nolan, Jeanne 4 Norton, Claude 4 Nordquist, Dean Noyes, Kathryn 4 Nuzum, Phyllis 4 O'Bradovich, Ruby O'Dell, Betty 4 O'Dell, Peggy 4 Ogren. Carol 4 Ollie, Helen 4 Ollie, Howard 4 Oliphant, Winifred Olsen, Betty 4 4 Olson, Jeanne 4 O'Neil1, Wilma 4 Opal, Bob 4 4 Osborn, Dick 4 Osborn, Margaret Oswald, Lorraine Pace, Marjorie 4 Papp, Elzabeth 4 Pantier, Betty 4 Parish, Everett 4 Passer, A1 4 4 Passer, Eleanor 4 Patterson, Pat 4 Paulus, Bob 4 Pavich. Mary 4 Perin, Reta 4 Perin, R ita44 Peters, Jack 4 Peterson Peterson Peterson Petersen , Arlene , Arthur , Eugene Lillian 4 Peterson, Margaret Peterson Norma Peterson: Richard Phillips. Pickard, Pickens, Pickens, Pickens, Pinhero, Pinhero, Pict, Bill Betty 4 Phyllis 4 Doris Mae Rosalie 4 Virginia Betty 4 Shirley ie Jean 4 Pittman, Betty Jane 4 Pleake. Charles 4 Pleas, Leota 4 Plumer, Plumer, Pagg 125 Kenneth Vernelle 4 Page 4 4 4 55 4 80, 94, 7s, 59 4 4 4 39 4 4 7s, so 4 4 4 4 4 60 4 4 4 . 4 75 40, 95, ss, 118, 106, 117 4 .,.,. 12 4 4 4 40, 79, 77 4 sz, 78, 71 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 86, 94, 4 4 4 4 4 44484 4 60,111,117 40 4 4 40, 52, 87:80, 88 40 59 74 40 4 4 40 4 75 4 sz 4 4 4 4 59,116 4 , 4 S2 sz, 103, 74, 96 40, ss, 83, 66 4 sz, 87, 103 4 4 4 40 115, 111, 8: 4 4 4 ss 4 4 7s, ss 40, ss, ss, 90 4 4 4 40 4 sz, ss, 95 4 4 111 4 4 4 41 4 87, 7s, 59 7s, 60, 116, 4 4 7s, 111 4 4 41,95 4 4 4 89 4 41 4 4 90 4 60,111 4 59 4 sz 4 96 41 41 4 sz, 87 4 4 87 4 75,58 4 4 sz ss 74 74 84 4 4 sz, 41, 83, 87, 4 4 4 41 4 110 4 4 4 7s, so 4 ss 11167, Name Podendorf, Morris 1 Pohmisano, Betty 1 Pohmisano, John 1 Polson, Hugh 1 1 Polson, Roberta 1 1 Paulson, Irene Vernice Polson, Neoma 1 1 Potkonak, John 1 1 Prentice, Don 1 Pribyl, Lucille 1 Pribyl, Margaret 1 Ramey. Rose 1 Ratcliffe, Rex 1 Real, Bob 1 1 Redmond, Darel 1 Reed, Margaret 1 1 Reeves, Verle 1 1 Reinert, Daniel 1 80 Reneau, Janet 1 1 Reneau, Jim 1 1 Reneau, Robert 1 Reninger, Charles 1 Reninger, LeRoy 1 Respeliers, Joseph 1 Rich, Darlene 1 Riche, Dale 1 1 Riddle, Jerry 1 Riddle, Phyllis 1 Rindone, Paul 1 Robinson, Eugene 1 Robinson, Joyce 1 Robinson, Norma 1 Rockwell, Eileen 1 Rockwell, Kathryn 1 Rogers, Billie Ruth 1 Rogfc, Angelina 1 Rogic, Emil 1 Rooney. Joan 1 Ronk. Dick 1 1 Rooney. Tommy 1 Roper. Elaine 1 1 Rosenbaum. Jacqueline Rounds, Bonnie 1 1 Rowe, Bessie 1 1 Ruiz, Bacilia 1 Ruwe, Marjorie 1 Ryan, Celestine 1 Saar, Phyllis 1 Saar, Ronnie 1 Saint, Bob 1 Saks, Betty 1 Sales, Norma 1 Samms, Nona 1 Santana, Roman 1 Scarpellino, Philyp 1 Schicketanz, B-'llye Mae Scott, Dorothy 1 1 Scott, Mary 1 1 1 Sealock, Evelyn 1 Sealock, Roberta 1 Seaton, Tommy 1 Seeger, Doris 1 Shanon, Charles 1 cgltuciant Uncfsx Page 1 52,95,106 1 1 1 90 1 1 1 1 65 111141 41,83,66,94,95 111190 111136 1 41 1 115 1 55,90 1 55,90 1 55,90,74 1 1 1 52, 117 1 55,73 1 1 1 1 60 1 1 1 73, 74 75, 60,116, 111.82 1 1 1 74,59 1 1 1 42,82 1 41 1 117 1 42 60 53 1 42,70 42 1 1 1 1 74 75, 60,111.117 1 1 1 79. 75 1 55, 89. 74 1 42,72 1 1 1 87 1 74,60 1 1 1 1 95 1 1 1 1 gg 1 1 55.90,74 5s,7s,95,107,112 1 1 1 1 60 1 1 1 42,90 1 64,92,75,60 1 5s,72,7s 1 1 1 74 1 1 1 55.87 1 42,87 1 89 1 1 1 60,116 1 1 1 1 58 1 86,59 1 1 1 42 1 60, 116. 111 42, 67, 83, 76, 77 1 1 53, 78, 92 1 1 1 1 S9 1 1 1 53, 87 55, 87, 89, 80, 74 1 1 1 42,82 1 1 1 1 92 1 60 Page 126 Name Shannon, Dewell Shannon, Jud 1 Shannon, Maxine Sharrett, Arlene 1 Sharrett, Dorothy Shea, Jerry 1 1 Shea, Terry 1 Sheets, Jack 1 Sherman, Walter Shipley, Don 1 Shrader, Harold Shuffler, Elaine Silein, Patricia 1 Simons, Pharris Simmonds, Wanda Sizer, Clarice Sfnderson, Lloyd Sisk. Loretta 1 Skokan, Bert 1 Skokan. Charles 1 Skow, June 1 1 Sl-row, Katherine Slack, Marietta 1 Sluyter, Harry 1 Sluyter, Jeannette Sluyter, Margaret 1 1 Smith Alfred 1 Smith, Betty Jean 1 Smith, Betty 1 Smith, Betty Lois 1 Smith Bob 1 1 1 Smith, Cliff 1 1 Smith, Elaine 1 Smith Helen 1 Smith, Loretta 1 Smith, Myrtle 1 Smith Ronald 1 1 1 Smith Scott 1111 Smith Shirley 1 43, 67, 79, Smith Shirley 1 1 1 Snethen. Layerle Solon, Phyllis 1 Somers, Bob 1 1 Sorensen. Phyllis 1 Snires. Donald 1 Springer. Lynn 1 Stanley, Bob 1 Stanton, Sam 1 1 Starkey, Mildred 1 Stegall, Clara 1 Steinberg. Larry 1 Stelovich, Frank 1 Stelovich, Tom 1 Steppuhn, Bill 1 Steward, Arlin 1 Stewart, Floyd 1 Stewart, Helen 1 Stewart. Jean 1 Stevenson. Rolla 1 Stovall. Arnold 1 Strother. Vireinia 1 Strong, Leslie 1 f 1 1 1 Page 1 55 1 42 1 1 43 1 95,75 1 1 1 60 1 1 1 74 1 80, 94, 75, 58 1 1 35 1 1 53173 1 70, 82 1 55 1 1 84 1 67, 89 1 60 1 25,58 1 86, 60 1 1 43 1 53 1 1 71,- 1 75, 82 1 1 58 1 1 1 87, 102 1 1 1 43, 86 43, 80,95,106, 112 1 1 1 1 43 so 1 53, 107, 82 1 1 1 87 1 1 43 1 73, 74 1 117 1 1 53, 80 1 53, 90, 74 1 1 90 1 1 86, 60 1 1 1 1 41 1 94. 92, 74. 115 1 80, 86, 75, 60 65, 89, 101, 103, 96 1 1 1 86. 59 1 1 1 84, 74 1 1 1 1 84 53, 78, 80. 95, 74 1 1 1 53, 87 1 1 106, 74 1 1 43 1 85, 110 1 1 86 1 1 1 1 75, 58 1 1 1 1 41 1 43, 117, 95. 82 1 1 1 1 80 1 1 75, 60 59, 58 1 41 1 1 sa 1 1 88 1 94, 75. F0 1 1 1 1 44 1 1 1 1 60 53, 88, 80, 70, 107 Name Stroh, Dorothy - Strutz, Bob - f Stuter, Ina Blaine - Sturm, Donald ' Sulhoff, james f Sullivan, Bill ' Sullivan, Iames ' Sullivan, Ruth f Sweeney, Bill ' Sweeney, Kathryn - Sweetman, George f Talbott, Richard ' f Tamisiea, Marcella - Taylor, Doris - Taylor, Leonard f Teague, Maxine ' Tedesco, Carl - Thomas, Clayton f Thomas, Delores - Thomas, Jim - Thomas, Kenneth f Thomas, Marian f Thompson, Jack ' Thompson, june f Ticnor, Ada Marie f Tilley, Ronald ' f Timberlake, Lyle f Tisher, Ioyce 1 Tisher, Laura - Toman, Eva ' Tonder, Helen f Townsend, Bill - Troutner, Yvonne f Troth, Russel - Turner, john f Turnipseed, Bruce - Turnipseed, jim f Tvler, Ed f f Ulfers, Lois ' ' f f f - 73,59, Alfuienf jncfax Page ' 84 f 75, 60 . . 75 - 60, 75 , , 74 - 9 f 74 ' 59, 111, 75 - 1 1 58 f 60, 75,111 , , . 44 - 53, 95,112 - f 60,111 e 44, 86, 66 f - 53 f 117 1 44 f f 82 f - 59, 75 , . , . 86 f 53, 80, 91, 82 4 f f 74,75 f f 76, 92 f - 70 , . 75 - 55, 64, 91 f - - 75,59 . , , . S3 - 55, 87, 89, 73 53, 80, 101, 103, 96 f - , 9 44 74 , , , 58 , , 86 . , , , 44 f f - 93, 82 53, 95 53, 80, 95,107,112 ' 80, 95, 107. 112 86 59 f f 1 1 Vanderberg, Bob ' - - f ' 80 Vanderpool. Sadie Mae ' - 53, 78, 74 Van Scov, Barbara f - ' 86. 60 Van Scoy. Betty Jean ' f 44, 96 Vaughn. Ruth - f -ff' 60 Vernon, Pauline - 'ff' 90 Volpp. Donna f --f-f 75. 70 Volz, Violet ' ' 44, 67, 65, 83, 87. 66, 94 Vukson, Lubi - '---- 44, 95 Wadum. Harold ' - f f 55. 111 Walker, Betty Jean ' f 59, 74, 86 Wagner, Tovce f - f f 91 Walker, Herb f - 53, 79, 82 Walker. lune f--f'--f 55 Wall. Allis '-f'f" 67. 89. 95 Wallace, Bettv - 44, 67, 83, 89, 101. 103. 74, 96 Walling. Malinda ' f f--f 90 Walls, Robert Kenneth - ' - 117 Walls, Dorothv ' ' - 74 Walmer, Maxine - f 44 Walters, Marie - ' 58 Walton. Maxine - - ' 44 Ward. Wilma - ' - f 96 Waltrip, Norma jean f f 90, 74, 59 Name Ward, Wayne - f Warnecke, Gwendolyn Watts, Harold ' - Waugh, Lois f - Way, Marie - Weaver, Betty - Weaver, Lois - Webb, Doris - Weber, Betty Jane - Webster, Elizabeth ' Weidman, Laurence ' Welke, Joyce - - XVelke, LaVere f Wejby, Betty f f Welsh, Naomi Ruth Westbrook, Bob f f Wheeler, Jack f White, Barbara ' White, Betty f White, Don f - White, Donna Marie White, Esther - White, Jean f - Whittington, Robert Wiedeman, Eldon - Wiedeman, Robert f Wilkins, Edward ' Wiese, Vern 4 Wilkins, Nora f Wilks, Geraldine f Williams, Bruce - Williams, Don - - Williams, Mary Ellen Williams, Roy f f Williams, Ruth - Williamson, Don f Wilmot, Letitia f Wilson, Elva f Wise, Bob 1 Wise, Pat - - Wold, Wavne f Wood, Cleo Mae f Wood, leanie ' Wood. Virginia f Wooldridge, Aline Wooldridge. lack - Wooley, George - Woolsey, Pauline f Wooten, Beverly f Wooten, Minnette ' - Worsing, Bob f Wrav. Iim f ' Wright. Cleo 1 Wright, Gordon f Wright, Shirley f - Wright, Warren - Wrinkle. Maxine - Vates, Bonnie - Vokom. Clarence f Yokom, Dick - - Voung. Beverlv f Young, loan - Youngs, Vernon - Page 127 Pine ' 59 f 75,58 ,..70 f 45,88,80 . , . 60 53, 83, 94, 103 . . . 53 53, 103, 96 , , , 75 f 86,75,6O - - 75,59 9 4 - so - - 53 - f 74 - 9 53,95 - 53, ss, 70 - - 86,75 - 75, 59 9 . f 9O,74,59 - 73, 90 f - 59 . f f s6,79,111 a ' 53,85 - - 110 9 95.112 - ' 75,59 - - r 53 95,lO6,74,82 e e - 117 ' ' 45, 92 . , , 117 f 86, 59 - 58 1 91 - 53 ' 80, 76 f 90, 74 f 55. 84. 75 - 53, 78, 92 f 53, 90, 74 , , , S8 . , . gg . , 9 , 45 - ' 75. 59 28, 45, 67, 83, 93 - f e - 75, 58 53. 78. 101. 103, 96 - 28, 45, 95. 77. 106 , , , , 85 , , , . 45 ' 45, 95 , . 57. . . , 82 , , . 45 - 53. 78, 83, 87 80, 70, 92, 74 , , , , 91 f ' f 75,60 83, 101. 103. 96 . . , . 45, 79 Under FACULTY - - Nm Page Efiiikflglnhlagg 1 ' fl' 51 Aker, Elizabeth ff-' ' ' 20 Strickland, Mrs. Clara 24, 87 Bergan, Evelyn f ' ' 30 Stuelke, Gaylord f 104 Brown, Ruth M. ' 49, 92, 30 Thistlethwaite, R. L. f 25' Bump, O. A. - ' ll, 7-0, 35 Todd, Sergeant E. G. - 25' Carter, C. H. f ' ' ' 20 Townsend, Homer L. f 25' Dawson. Paul f ' 72, 73, 21 Ulm, Ernest f - 64, 91 Davis Charles ' ' 20 Warren, Doron L. 25, 85 Day, VVilliam f 'dl Welsch, Garnet ' 25, 90 Eloe, Miles f ' - Q CUSTODIANS , a 1 gceligra fl' gs' Haworth. George f - 26 Fields, stephen 1 f f 21 lenS5H,MH2fgaH ' ' Q6 Gathmann, Clara f ' ' ' 22 C ld rs' k nm C 76 Grow, Judith f 1 f 96, 100. 103 M1 af Q lic ' ' ' E6 Gunderson. Mabel - f f f 22, 00 ' Vers' JO H ' ' ' 6 Hutchinson, Nathalia f f f ZZ OFFICE FORCE jcwctt, Edward f f f 22, ll0 Buck, Virginia f ' f 19 Vloncs, Harold f f ' Z2 Dinkle, Virginia f f 19 Killins, Doris - f 22, 86 Vtfright, Annabelle f f 19 Kohr, He en f f 23, 95 BHNI Lctts, Ralph M. f f 23, 86 C f d C :D STRATION 18 Madden. Esther f 23 Maw MR' F' ' ' '11 19 Miller, Hazel - f Z3 Myizl' ' ' ' ' ' Mueller, I- F' l , 11, 23 C illan, Thomas f 11 Nvholmw Hannah , , . , 23 MISCELLANEOUS Orr, Orville f 24, 28. 118 Mayor S. W. McCall f 81 Paluka, F. J. f f f f 24. 9? City Fire Chief Merrill f 81 Parkfson, Ralph - - f 24 Chief of Police Bangs f 81 -pf UV Meadow Gold Dairy 'lr Products Page 128 United States War Bond 5 Stamps Q fyfzicaf Sanioz ax A silence. .. Pauline Woolsey, a member of the 1942 graduating class is shown here posing for her senior picture at the Kuhn Studios. Roy Minix is the photographer, who is assisted by his daughter, Marjorie Bauer. Mrs. Bauer is also recep- tionist and color artist at the studios. Page 129 Oqagnowfscf smanfa To the many persons who have helped us in the pub' lishing of this yearbook, we express our deepest appreciaf tion. Many have rendered small but timely services. Worthy of special mention are the following who have continuously helped in the publication of this year' book: Mr. Ralph Parkison, printing sponsorg Mr. R. L. Thistlethwaite, editorial sponsorg Mr. Stanley Hunter, linof type operatorg Mr. Hood, photofengraving adviserg Mr. R. F. 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