Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, IL)

 - Class of 1941

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' X I x ' A , 1:7 ' s ' " . 1 1 'ff -i ' ' ' J' P' 1-iff , R- ' I -1.,g?,A lu., f . . L , . M ' s - fl f 1- . L H. f, 'Use 1941 Xl ,Es Tilhlan Teos,B1.nQs5-H Y n 1941, dedicate our second annual to all our friends, teachers, and others who helped make our school a better institution May we show our worthiness of this great favor and be an honor so that you all may be proud of us in the future- ' legs C H A R A C T E R S '!x'N-. ,J-fhs., ,,r'Ns., Y .,fNs., ,,f'N- I THE PROLOGUE II TH CAST The Faculty III IV V The School Board The Classes THE MAJOR PLOTS Organizations Activities Athletics TH MINOR ELOTS Character Sketches Comedies THE EPILOGUE FORWARD All the wor1d's a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrancesg And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages. At first the infant, Mewllng and puking in the nurse's arms. Then the shining schoolboy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like a snail Unwillingly to school. And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier, Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard, Jealous in honour, sudden and quick in quarrel, Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice, In fair round belly with good capon lin'd, With eyes severe and beard of formal cut, Full of wise saws and modern instances, And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the lean and sl1pper'd pantaloon, With spectacles on nose and pouch on side, His youthful hose, well sav'd, a world too wide For his shrunk shankg and his big manly voice, Turning again toward childish treble, pipes And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all, That ends this strange eventful history, Is second childishness and mere oblivion, Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything 'As You Like It" by Shakespeare CAST EL X JP J FEMS Aiiiixiiiv s. W. HOWARD KET FACULTY RING, Principal 1 Second Year Address- ROYAL L. SIEF Fifth Ye Address- EMM TT J. WAG Fifth Ye Address- Sponsor, Sponsor, -Troy, Illinois FERMAN, Science A' 1 ar -148 East Poplar ' Albion, Illinois NEB, Agriculture ar -Troy, Illinois F. F. A. Fe F0 Ae ALFRED AUWARTER, Coach Al,- Ninth Ye Address- Coach, B Coach, T WILLIS VARNER Third Ye ar ' -Troy, Illinois H ' asketball J!! rack ' r "' , Band ar Address--Edwardsville, Illinois VIOLET HALL, Home Economics Third Ye Address- Sponsor, DOLORES LENZ, Fourth Y Address- Sponsor, Sponsor, ar -5607 Roe Boulevard Kansas City, Kansas H1-Tri Commerce ear -621 Eleventh Avenue S. Minneapolis, Minnesota The Trojan The High Lights FLORENCE BAKER, Latin-English Second Year Address- Sponsor, Sponsor, -5239 Cabanne Avenue St. Louis, Missouri Glee Club Pep Squad ANN H RRON, English-Dramatics Second Year Address- Director Director -Hazel, Kentucky , Junior Play , Senior Play GEORGE BRUCKER, Mathematics First Year Address- Sponsor, -Columbia, Illinois H1-Y MERLE GERSTENECKER, Secretary Second Year ff I A E 63 A my quemberg a ahwmfy 'f Ulm X' J I liiiixaia i SENIORS JAMES BERTORELLO " Freshman Play 'I dare abide no longer.' Junior Play 5 Junior Play 3,4 p Senior Play 4 Basketball Manager 5 T H1-Tri 4 Secretary of Class 5 Glee Club 5 Hi-Y 5 Ambition--To be a teacher Ambition--To inherit a million dollars VICTOR DIEPHOLZ ' 'What passion hangs these weights ARTHUR BRESS P upon my tongue." p 'Thou art a scholar.' Freshman Play Freshman Play F. F. A. l,2,5,4 Senior Play 4 Softball l,2,3 Vice-president l F. F. A. Secretary 4 H1-Y 4 Ambition--To be an auto craftsman Trojan Staff 5,4 Senior Play 4 HAROLD GANSNER Band 1,2 'To be a govern'd youth.' Ambition--To be a good farmer Freshman Play f,. As. Softball 2,5,4 LAVERN CAPELLE 'iran ' F. F. A. l,2,3 'Bid every oise be still, peace Hi-Y 4 yet again.' Ambition--To be an electric welder Freshman Play , Glee Club 3 ff, t CHARLES GEBHART Cheer Leader 5 'Believe so much in him.' High Lights Staff 5,4 Basketball 2,4 Trojan Staff 5,4 P ' Property Manager for Play 3,4 Junior Play 5 ' Ambition--To be an inventor or a Band 1,2 I scientific genius Ambition--To be a secretary BERNIECE GERSTENECKER 'In so quiet and so sweet a style.' 'Youth, beauty, wisdom, courage, Glee Club 4 MILLIE-MARIE COLLINS M 'fft P all.' I Freshman Play Fresh an Play Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 Trojan Staff 3,4 President of Class 2 Basketball Maid 2 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 H1-Tri 4 Pep Squad 5,4 Trojan Staff 4 High Lights Staff 4 Band 2,5,4 Treasurer of Class 4 Hi-Tri 4 Ambition--To be an interior designer Pep Squad 5 for Pittsburgh Paint Company Dramatics Contest 3 Basketball Queen 4 Ambition--To be secretary to the president of a large firm LESTER FRANGEN DELBERT HANKE 'He is a dreamer.' Basketball l,2,3,4 President of Class 5 'A Freshman Play 'Methought I heard a voice, 'Sleep Junior Play 3 no morel' Basketball 1,2 Senior Play 4 Ambition--To be a financial wizard Track 1 A p V EL Basketball Manager 2,3,4,5 Doaorny HINDMARCH -H H14-X1 as 4-6. L Ambition--To retire on a pension 'Profit again could hardly draw me X ,. 'f,. I hereon GLADYS DRIQUE - 74 "" ' ' Band 2 p ' 'Is fair and honest.' High Lights Staff 2 , 6 any f -0-N' MVT? XV of V, M 4 1 1941 ,,-:wfnx -1 !?f' Junior Play 5 Freshman Play Hi-Tri President 4 Secretary of Class 5 Ambition--To be a beauty operator RUTH HALL 'A good swift sm1le.' Fresh an Play I , Band 5,4 Ambition--To be a beauty operator VIRGINIA KOCH ' 'I know you wise.' Freshman Play Pep Squad 4 Glee Club 5,4 Basketball Maid 4 High Lights Staff 5,4 Stage Manager for Play 5 Hi-Tri 4 Ambition--To be a private secre- tary-nurse of a famous doctor FLOYD LANGENWALTER" 'He was a gentleman on whom I built an absolute trust.' Softball l,2,5,4 Freshman Play Senior Play 4 F. F. A. 1,2,5,4 H1-Y 4 Ambition--To be an electrician EDWARD LOYET - 'A' was a merry man.'l 1 ,f F. F. A. l,2,5 V Softball l,2,5 'A Treasurer of Class 1,2 Fresh an Play Hi-Y 4 Ambition--To be a druggist I RAYMOND MADENN " dwg- f- f f 'How far doth this little candle throw its beam.' ' Jg Basketball 1,2,3,4 p,.Lf+f' , Freshman Play : -iff! Track 2 Ambition--To be an Olympic Star BURL PORTER Je ,!V"N 'Me shall you find ready and will 1ng.' , kr Freshman Play Q' . Senior Play 4 Ambition--To be a garage mechanic MARVIN MAY W 'I will not budge for no man's pleasure.' Freshman Play Junior Play 5 I PI: 4.5! Aiimr. Senior Play 4 Basketball 1,2,5,4 Ambition--To own a candy kitchen where fudge is a specialty JOHN PAVLISIN - 'You have dancing shoes with nimble soles.' Softball l,2,5 Track 2,5 Vice-President 2 Hi-Y 4 Freshman Play Ambition--To be an accountant PAULINE'SCHMERBAUCH - " " A 'As honor, love, obedience, troops of friends.' Cheer Leader 4 y ,' A Pep Squad 5 Freshman Play ' Play Prompter 4 Ambition--To be a nurse ELOISE SCHOON M 'The bird of dawning slngeth all night long.' Freshman Play Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 High Lights Staff 3 Secretary of Class l Treasurer of Class 5 Hi-Tri 4 President of Class 4 Glee Club 5,4 Basketball Maid 4 Ambition--To be a singer WALTER PRIMM 'Ay, and a kind one, too. Ambition--To be a farmer ALFRED WEIDER " yy 'New honors come upon h1m.' ' President of Class 1 Freshman Play 'h"' Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 Basketball l,2,5,4 Dramatics Contest 5 Track 5 H1-Y 4 Ambition--To be a coach and to own a string of hamburger joints ,. 'v PEARL,WYATT Ml f4' 4 U"' ' f If seriously I may conve thoughts.' y my Band 1,2,5,4 7 P Freshman Play Ambition--To be a secretary v 1' -'l X Aiiiixiiit t SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Colors: Orchid and silver Motto: Today decides tomorrow Flower: White gardenia ACT I Time: 1937 Place: McCray-Dewey Township H1 School iRows one and two The curtain rose on fifteen boys and fifteen girls who entered asnfresh- iesn at Troy High. There they were the center of attraction, seated in the freshman rows. When they organized they selected Miss Lenz as advisor and A1 Weider as president. The first time they made their appearance was in a play under the direction of Miss Koen- eke. The two social events of the year were a Valentine Party and a hike to Langewisch's pasture. ACT II Time: 1958 Place: Rows three and four of Troy High School As sophomores the class began with great enthusiasm, the second act of the drama of school life. Three of the mem- bers, Laurence Gusewelle, Alvera Weise- meyer, and Iola Carter dropped out, but the number was soon raised to twenty- nine, with Lorine Wagner and Charles Gebhart.' Mr. Wagner was selected as class advisor and Millie-Marie Collins as president. The social events of the year were a hike, skating party, and a party at school. ACT III Time: 1959 Place: Rows five and six of Troy High School September met the class as juniors and mighty juniors with the weight of many subjects and extra-curricular re- sponsibilities upon their shoulders. From the beginning they were industri- ous, working on the play and planning for the first prom ever given in Troy High. The play, nCampus Quarantinen, was a tremendous success with lots of laughs. This year, Mr. Seifferman was chosen class advisor and Delbert Hanke, president. ACT IV Time: 1940 Place: Senior Home Room---The English- Latin Room Now the characters of this drama are twenty-five seniors who have their superiorities. Miss Baker was selected as class advisor and the following officers were elected: President--Audrey Hood, Vice- president--Lester Frangen, Secretary-- 'Tubes' Bertorello, Treasurer--Berniece Gerstenecker. In November, a boom of a comedy, 'Spring Fever', was presented but the booms d1dn't destroy the reven- us of it. In the latter part of Novem- ber, Millie-Marie had the honor of be- ing basketball queen, with the follow- ing senior girls attending her: Pauline Schmerbauch, Virginia Koch, and Eloise Schoon. Soon afterward our good pal Audrey left us for greater St. Louis and Mike Ebl. Eloise Schoon was then chosen to take her place as president. At present, the seniors are look- ing forward to the thought of Commence- ment. They are eagerly anticipating this, for it is the beginning of the greatest drama, LIFE. Virginia Koch SENIOR PROPHESY Time: 1961 Place: White House at Washington D. C. Characters: Seniors of 1941 The honorable JAMES BERTORELLO now President of these United States, and the first lady of the land, the former VIRGINIA KOCH, are seated in front of their television-equipped radio ready to enjoy a quiet evening at home. Yes. .iiiii ia 'Tubes2 as he is still known to his in- timate friends, had promised to say no- thing for a whole even1ng,so he presses the button for the 'Variety Hour', they settle back in their chairs and hear the voice of MARVIN MAY, who is quite a radio announcer. He looks as he did in the senior play with his blonde must- ache and goatee which he swore he would never wear. Along with his radio an- nouncing,he is quite well known for his nfudgef Tonight people are walking in- to his studio to be questioned by Mar- vin as to their whereabouts and occupa- tions. LESTER FRANGEN, who owns the Troy Dairy, first man on the program is running for Governor of Illinois on the Republican ticket so he thought that he would talk over the radio in order to get accustomed to it. Next is our old classmate, LAVERN CAPELLE, and she says in her feminine voice but with a determined look on her face, 'I'm that 'scoop reporter' of the Edwardsville Intelligencer. ELOISE SCHOON follows her and she is now an opera singer and is going on the road and will give a one-evening performance in her home town. MR. MAY beckons an attractive wc- man and now they see it is GLAYDS DRI- Aiiaiiis . QUE, the present Dean of Women at Wash- ington University. She is new touring New York. Here come two cow-girls, RUTH HALL and PAULINE SCHM RBAUCH, who are at- tracting much attention in their ten- gallon hats. They say that they are now Dude Ranch owners in Texas and are on a trip to Bermuda. Right new they are in a rodeo show sponsored by EDWARD LOYET at Madison Square Garden. Then a familiar face is seen and it is BERNIECE GERSTENECKER, now an in- terior designer at Pittsburgh. While on her vacation, she is going to St. Louis to visit the prominent Mrs. Mike Ebl, formerly MISS AUDREY HOOD. A familiar face, MISS DOROTHY DEE HINDMARCH was next and she quickly said that her occupation was the proud owner of an Ultra-Smart Fifth Avenue Beauty Salon. Announcer MAY says we've only time for one more and last but not least Ray Maden steps forward, grins, and says, nWell, I'm not much, just center on Coach Weider's team.n M . MAY: nThank you folks and good nightl' Announcer: nYour station KUEF. New York. The time, 6:55 EST. Listen for the latest European news flash by MISS COLLINS from England.' MISS COLLINS: NVICTOR DIEPOLTZ and WALTER PRIMM, now touring England, were in an automobile accident and want the Plymouth sent to PORTER'S Garage in A- merica and are calling DR. D. HANKE to their bedside. Listen tomorrow night, same time, same station. Good nightl' Announcer: 'Your station KUEF, New York. The time, 7:00 EST. Listen at 9 o'clock EST when Arthur Bress will give his oration on 'Farm Improvements' over this same hook-up.n Cand nowj 'Good evening! Mr. and Mrs. North and South America and all the ships at sea. This is Mrs. Kueker's little boy, ARTHUR? FLASH: COACH WEIUER has fin- ally had to shoot 'Royal Archibald Con- fuc1ous', Qthe pet chickenl because of old age. FLASH: FLOYD LANGENWALTER, that fast-talking, gray-haired lawyer of the 'smoke' city finally got CHARLES GEBHART freed from the clutches of his former wife, the millionaire PEARL WY- ATT. FLASH: BURL PORTER'S garage held up and BURL tied to another coat tree-- Cremember 'Spring Fevernj so he could be vaccinated for cancer. bv the bache- lor physician, DR. J. D. HANKE with his black mustache, still repeating that familiar phrase, 'Uhfortunate, most un- fortunate' and, by the way, he is still experimenting with explosives so explo- sions are nothing new to him. FLASH: HAROLD GANSNER, Secretary of Agricul- ture, got the bill on 'Farm Rules' pass ed. And with lotions of love, good nightl' Announcer: 'Your station KUEF, New York, the time, 7:30 EST. lMusical an- nouncement! This week the great Pavli- sin gives free dancing lessons from ten to eleven o'c1ock on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings at 5527 Grand Av- enue in greater New York. Write or tel- ephone C0-95 for an appointment. Don't wait, for he can take only a limited number.' Feeling that it is their bed-time the President turns off the radio and agrees that another perfect day has ended. Berniece Gerstenecker , :ff w is La..7 ' SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1941, of McCray-Dewey Township High School, city of Troy, state of Illinois, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby leave to underclas men our possessions and traits of greatest value in this, our last will and testament. I, Millie-Marie Collins, do hereby will the stubs of my nPurina' pencils to Bobby Droy for use in writing 'High Lights' news. I, Alfred Weider, do hereby will my mania for writing my name on desks and blackboards to B111 Lewis. I, Eddie Loyet, do hereby will Dot Howerton to the care of my brother,Ken- neth, and no two-timing, either. I, Frenchie Capelle,do hereby will my jobfof getting Miss Baker's and Miss Herron's mail at noon to Omar Hampton. I, Lester Frangen, do hereby will my ability to stay in school so long to Gene Stein. I, Virginia Koch, do hereby will my ability to set my own hair to Verna Melkamp. I, Ruth Hall, do hereby will my job of ticket-taker at basketball games to Doris Forberg. A, Q w I, Delbert Hanke, do hereby will my liking for being in plays to Oliver Arth. I, John Pavlisin, do hereby will my love of dancing to Alphons Pranaitis I, Arthur Bress,do hereby will all my F. F. A. and honor pins to Roy Witt- man. I, Harold Gans er, do hereby will twenty-five pounds of my weight to Ken- neth Hanfelder. I, Berniece Gerstenecker, do here- by wlll my long walk to school to Rach- el Boston. I, Charles Gebhart, do hereby will my specs protector that I wear in bask- etball, to Jule Kam . I, Dorothy Hindmarch, do hereby will my roller skates to Marcella Nie- haus. I, Floyd Langenwalter, do hereby will my knack for borrowing paper and pencils to Jack Weir. I, Marvin May, do hereby will my blonde wavy hair to Charles Hunsche. In Raymond Maden, do hereby will my short stature to Gene Lyons. I, Eloise Schoon, do hereby will my big hair ribbons to Edna Bouse. I. James Tubes Bertorello,do here- by will my chair in American Literature to Dick Howe, if it'l1 fit. I, Burl Porter, do hereby will my presidency of the 'Red Onion" to Billy Schmitt. I, Pauline Schmerbauch, do hereby will my position of cheer Leader to Im- ogene Rieffer. I, Pearl Wyatt, do hereby will my drums to Donald Schiller. I, Gladys Drique, do hereby will my liking for red hair to tiny Blanche Schmerbauch. I, Victor Diepholz, do hereby will my Ag grades to Jerome Roth. I, Walter Primm, do hereby will my business on Caseyville Hill to Vernon Mick. We, the Seniors, hope that the re- cipients of these valuable bequests will appreciate our gifts and shall try to follow in our footsteps forever. Signed this thirtieth day of Feb- ruary, nineteen hundred forty-one. President , ,, m. N,.,, Vice-president .J -44-I ' Secretary 171, A ,,,, 45 , Treasurer Witnesseth: Annual Sponsor Principal SENIOR POEM Four years ago in '57 We came as freshmen here And now this year of '41 Sees us leaving our school so dear. We hope that every class, Now here and those to come, Will have as we, sweet memories Of classmates and lots of fun. These four years we'l1 not forget No matter where we go Nor what we do, nor whom we meet For we have loved them so. Something about each teacher Is well marked on our mind And I'm sure we'l1 all agree They're as good as we could find. Every one of our classmates Will have come significance We'll remember them in our class plays And the fun we had at our dance. Now this is our last year Q Fl!!! 9 And the thought makes us somewhat sad. To think that we'll ne'er again return COh there may be some of us gladj But on the whole the most of us Will miss the daily walk As with our friends we come each day To study, laugh, and talk. Next year these halls will miss us And maybe you will, too. We too will miss this grand old school And are sad to bid farewell to you. Millie-Marie Collins Aiiigixiiit h SPRING FEVER Howard Brant Ed Burns Vic Lewis Mrs. Spangler Anne Purcell Lou Herron Vivian George Henry Purcell Phoebe Purcell Alfred Weider Delbert Hanks Marvin May Berniece Gerstenecker Millie-Marie Collins Eloise Schoon Gladys Drique Burl Porter Mildred Jones Maude Corey Audrey Hood Professor Virgil Bean Arthur Bress President Dixon The entire action takes place in the living room of Mrs. Spang1er's rooming house at Brookfield College, a small co-educational college in the East, on the day before commencement the latter part of May. Act I 11:00 A. M. Act II 3:50 P. M. Act III 8:50 P. M. Mrs.Spangler's rooming house is the scene ob many exciting episodes. Be- tween Ed's explosions, Anne's almost dying nijust an actin, Mr. Purcell's being tied to a hat rack, and people coming and going all day long, Mrs. Spangler just quits trying to keep track of anyone. Floyd Langenwalter Lou Herron, the journalism student gets her favorite, Ed, to take her to the Com encement ball--almost! His ex- plosive acts up at the last minute, and 'blasts' their plans. Vic, Viv1sn's artist friend, turns doctor to aid in forcing Mr. Purcell to sign an endowment for a new science building. Howard almost doesn't graduate be- cause his term paper in zoology is fif- teen minutes late. But in the end, Howard both gradu- ates and gets Anne's promise of marri- age---they had had a quarrel---and the school gets the endowment, and everyone is happy. 7'-y--1-ur-gqgm 5?- -Y x ll- M1 U. , 1. ,g,, ,. . 1 H .Q wr 1, 1, ,.t ,-. 3 14 Y- me fy-Q N! 4 1 .. , I' EE? J , Aiiiaxiiik s, EMMA JUNIORS OLIVER ARTH Peculiarity--Blushing 'He lives to learn in l1fe's hard F. F. A. l,2,3 school, How few who pass above him Lament their triumph and his loss Like her, because they love him.' Talent--Cornet playing Peculiarity--wavy hair Band l,2,3 F. F. A. l,2,3 Hi-Y 3 BENAK 'Fair flower, that dost so comely grow, Hid in this silent, dull retreat.' Talent--Pleasantness Peculiarity--Quletness H1-Tri 5 DORIS BINNEY EDNA 'None knew thee but to love thee, Nor named thee but to pra1se.' Talent--Making friends Peculiarity--Walking around with her thumb nail in her mouth Band 1,2,5 HivTri 5 Glee Club 5 BOUSE 'The selfsame Power that brought me there, brought you.' Talent--Dancing Peculiarity--Shyness Hi-Tri 3 EMMABELLE COOK ,, .5 'Come, trip it as ye go On the light, fantastic toe.' Talent--Jitterbugging Peculiarity--Chews off her finger nails . VERNA DRIQUE 'YM-it 'A voice sonthrilling ne'er was heard. Talent--fixing her fingernails Peculiarity--Squlnting her nose Band 3 Basketball Maid 3 Glee Club 2,3 Hi-Tri 3 KENNETH ENGELING 'To strive, to seek, to find, but not to yield.' Talent--Kindness to dumb animals Softball 1,2 VIRGIL GEBHART OMAR 'A little more ink, more or less It surely cannot matter.' Talent--Asking dumb questions Peculiarity--Joking Basketball 1,2,:s HAMPTON - ' -1 ' 'A little learning is a dangerous thing." n U fl Talent--Throwing paper wadsuf "' Peculiarity--That key chain Band 5 Hi-Y 3 DOROTHY HEINLEIN' 'She dwelt among the untrodden . ways.' Talent--Quietness Peculiarity--Swaying while reciti ing Hi-Tri 3 RICHARD HOWE FERN 'I'm nobody! Who are you?' Talent--Making speeches Peculiarity--Talking to girls Band l,2,5 Hi-Y 3 High Lights Staff 2,5 Trojan Staff 2,5 KUEKER -' f7a.9f'g..f,4,,f "',...f1 'Her care was never to offend U And every creature was her fr1end', Talent--Brilliance Peculiarity--Working hard Hi-Tri 3 CATHERINE KUNKEL ' BILL we rv' 'Caty-did, Caty-did, Gaty-d1d.' Talent--Doing the 'hop' Peculiarity--Grinning LEWIS 'Be silent always when you doubt f" your sense.' Talent--Clarinet playing 5 Peculiarity--Boasting A Basketball l,2,3 .-x Band 2,5 ,f H1-Y 3 fr W ' -4 7 , L7 x Track 2 1 1' -' k auf . Q xx 'N F ,-4. four: in A X 71:21 'Virus 9 mf Wm :fy ina ff!!! .Q wr , 'I . . Y' ,QWZ ,Aff L Q ,1 Mm mfs, 4. -v lima lluhai 3 ,Q x fllfrldv Mau!! ihyfya' tum lfml 311 y MII 6 ,fb --4' "' U Qs 211111011 fldlnimflh izlfylm Qimal xiwagf ' 4 x 1 , a J O :X f. 5 , mlmxawi mu-faxyad M him " 1 ' A K' ' X1-V911 I401 r I 1. uf' , I l f :Qs .EEEinf51unf. MARIE LOYET ", ALFONS PRANAITIS nHer face was like cream, 'x Her mouth was a rose, W3-H' What language she spoke, Nobody knows.U Talent--Making good grades Peculiarity--Agreeing Secretary of Class 5 GENE LYONS nR1ch joy and love he got and gave, I His gait was merry as his dress.n Talent--Skating ' Peculiarity--Seriousness Basketball 5 Track 2 Hi-Y 5 MILDRED MARTIN nBeauty is 1t's own excuse for be- ing.' Talent--Playing the piano Peculiarity--Always talking High Lights Staff 2,5 nThe man of independent mind.n Talent--Acting dumb Peculiarity--Mumbling F. F. A. 1,2 Softball 2 Hi-Y 5 IMOGENE REIFFER PAUL WFa1r as a star.u Talent--Playing xylophone Peculiarity--Dreaming Band 5 Hi-Tri 5 Treasurer of Class 5 RIEBOLD Vldllfl nL1ves of great men remind us We can make our lives sublime.n Talent--Heart-breaking Peculiarity--Bashfulness F. F. A. 5 Hi-Y 3 Trojan Staff 3 BETTY JEAN HOOD H1-Tri 5 nwhsn she doth smile her face is Band 2,5 sweet Glee Club 2,3 As blossoms after rain.n Talent--winking PEGGY MODENE Peculiarity--Blushing 'He who love the haunts of Nature? Band l,2,5 Talent--Late dates Glee Club 2,5 Peculiarity--Acting silly H1-Tri 5 H1-Tri 1,2 Most Popular Girl 2 Latin Club 1,2 High Lights staff 1 Science Club 1 Basketball Maid 3 Pep Squad 5 Speech Club 1 VIRGINIA SCHRAM CK Trojan Staff 5 nSo soft, so calm, so eloquent, LORINE NIEHAUS - 'A w1t's a feather, And a chief a rodg An honest person's The noblest work of God. Talent--Dancing Peculiarity--Loud laughing Band 1,2,5,4 I1 The smiles that win, 45 The tints that glow. M--' ' Talent--Being sweet Peculiarity--Sitting Band 2,5 Glee Club 2,5 'Hi-Tri 5 Trojan Staff 5 High Lights Staff 3 Hi-Tri 4 President of Class 5 VIRGINIA POLI BILLY SCHMITT ' fam WHer feelings have the fragrancy Upaghep 95113 me William, And freshness of young flowers. Talent--Pleasantness Peculiarity--Making eyes Latin Club 2 Speech Club 1 Hi-Tri 1,2 Pep Squad 5 Basketball Maid 5 Sister calls me Will, ,U Mother calls me Willie, But the fellers call me Billln Talent--Saxaphone tooting Peculiarity--Slowness F. F. A. 1,2 Softball 1,2 Bind 1,2,5,4 .EPEAESEA A VERNON SCHULTZ ' 'Crafty men condemn studies, Simple men admire themg And wise men use them.' Talents-Plowing 9' Peculiarity--Laziness F. F. A. l,2,3 Softball 1,2 High Lights Staff 3 A EUGENE STEIN a d o" -H.ff' 'L 'All honor to him Who shall win the prize.' Talent--Basketball Peculiarity--Witty Basketball l,2,3 H1-Y 3 Baseball 1 Track 1,2 DOROTHY STEINMEYER 'She walks in beauty, , X Like the night ,wif Of cloudless climes'f And starry sk1es.' Talent--Going to shows Peculiarity--Big brown eyes Most Popular Girl l MARVIN sTocK 'jgf.f-ffJ A L 'Tis his at last who says it best I'll try my fortunes with the rest? Talent--Flirting Pecullarity--Showing off Basketball l,2,3 Band l,2,3 Bos TAAKE Tv ll -. 'He was a gentleman from sole to crown Clean favored and imperially slim! Talent--Working plane geometry Pecullarity--Using good judgment F. F. A. l,2,3 ' ...lf RUSSELL TAAKE 'r ' ' " ' 'Boot, saddle, to horse and away.' Talent--Paying close attention Peculiarity--Using good judgment F. F. A. l,2,3 Basketball 3 Softball 2 BETTY JANE THOMAS W ' I 'Oh, slow to smite and swift to spare Gentle and merciful and justl' Talent--Sitting in a '39 Chevrolet Peculiarity--Talking to boys xwfl wt- JACK Glee Club 2,5 H1-Trl 5 Basketball Maid 5 S! Ha- . WEIR - Airhyf q4f...... 'In the spring a young man's fancy Lightly turns to thoughts of love. Talent--Dating Peculiarity--Talking with 'her' g Trojan Staff 3 , rf,.,' Band 1,2 WA ff A H1-Y 5 . 1 - Basketball 2 ' Track 1,2 Assistant Basketball Manager 3 VIRGINIA WIESEM YER ' 'Fair enough in hue her hair, She smiled on him with lovesome a1r.' A ' " Talent--Primping P' Peculiarity--Giggling High Lights Staff 3 Vice-president of Class 3 Band 3 ROY WITTMAN .. 'Still on his delicate face A qulzzical thin smile is showing Talent--Flowing Peculiarity--Writing jokes F. F. A. 1,2,3 Softball 1 Hi-Y 3 MERLE WOHLGEMUTH ,- 'Still achieving, still pursuing Learn to labor and to wait.' Talent--Playing basketball Peculiarity--Throwing paper wads Basketball 1,3 F. F. A. 2,3 Hi-Y 5 GENEVA woo'rEN - 'W' 'I fill this cup with one made up Of lovliness alone.' , VM Talent--Excuse collector A Peculiarity--Dignity Glee Club 2,3 2' ' High Lights Staff 1 H1-Tri 3 Basketball Maid 3 I 15555 Oliver Arth . Em a Benak . . Doris Binney . . Edna Bouse . . . Emmabelle Cook . Verna Drique . . Virgil Gebhart . Omar Hampton . . . Kenneth Hanfelder Dorothy Heinlein . Richard Howe . . . Fern Kueker . . . Catherine Kunkel . Billy Lewis . . . Marie Loyet . . . Gene Lyons . . . Mildred Martin . Peggy Modene . . Lorine Niehaus . Virginia Poli . . Alfons Pranaitis . Imogene Reiffer . Paul Riebold . . . Rood o o 0 0 Virginia Schrameck Billy Schmitt . . Vernon Schultze . Eugene Stein . . Marvin Stock . . Robert Taake . . Russell Taake . . Betty J. Thomas . . . . Jack Weir . . . . Virginia Weisemeyer . . Roy Wittman . . . Mearl Wohlgemuth . Geneva Wooten . . JUNIOR ALIBIS I couldn't find my music. I haven't any more gas. Search me. I couldn't find my pencil. I haven't time now. I won't write another let Wait a while boys. There's no future to it. Take it easy. .He hugged the wrong turn. ter to him. I can't think of anything. We're going too slow. I got a headache. I d1dn't go to Highland. Honest! Why didn't someone tell me these things? Not so fast. I cou1dn't, Kid, I have t Have to go to a meeting. I could have done it. Could be. I don't want one. I'll do it tomorrow. I'm too tired. If Verna will, I will. Wait till I practice. I'm slipping, wait till I o practice. practice. I'm only chewing my tongue. I almost made it. I almost did it. It lsn't red. I'm tired. John won't, so I won't. He don't like me Kneither Booten d1dn't, did he? I knew my English foncel. I know there's no English does shel. assignment today because I haven't got it. I'm bored. Aiieiyiiii a, NEW FIRES--JUNIOR PLAY THE CAST Lucinda Andrews, a widow . . . . Suzanne Toler, a spinster . Sid Sperry, a farm hand . . Jerry, his son ..... . Stephen Sentry, an author . . . . Billy, his son ..... Phyllis, his daughter . . Anne, his wife .... Olive, his daughter . . . Eve, his daughter-in-law, Dick's wife Dick, his son ............ Doctor Lynn Gray, a young physician . Mary larshall, a neighbor . . . . . . . Mrs. Marshall, lary's mother . . Virginia Schrameck Mildred Martin Oliver Arth . .Marvin Stock Dick Howe Merle Woglgemuth Verna Driqug Geneva Wooten Betty Jane Thomas Betty Jean Rood Jack Wier Gene Stein Catherine Kunkel Doris Binney SYNOPSIS The entire action of the play takes place in the combination dining-room-living-room of the GPU ACT ACT ACT old Sentry homestead,located in the south- part of lissouri. The time is the present. I: Five o'c1ock on an afternoon late in January. II: Scene 1--At dawn, the next morning. Scene 2--Saturday afternoon,two weeks later. III: Scene 1--Ten o'c1ock on a morning three weeks later. Scene 2--Six o'c1ock on a June even- ing some three months laten .a:aEE miiz.. Afiiiliiiih. SOPHOMORES DONALD ACKERMAN 'Dreaming' EARL When all is said and all is done He'll still be dreaming in the sun. F. F. A. 1,2 LAVERA BALLINGER 'Peaceful' FAYE RI I x JAM S JOHN Quiet and self-composed What she ponders no one knows. Band 1,2 RACHEL BOSTON 'Capable' Would'st write a ballad, ode, or sonnet? Consult Rachel for help upon it. Glee Club 1 BYBEE 'Meek' I mean to climb, and if I fall, I'll up and mount again. Band l,2 Pep Squad 1,2 Cheer Leader 2 Trojan Staff 2 CALL 'Sleepy' hrough sunshine and rain He's always the same. CRAVENS 'Happy' Sometimes he'll work More times he'1l play. Band 1,2 President of Class 1 Vice-president of Class 2 DALTON 'Shy' John is the silent type But everything he does, He does just right. AUDREY DUNSTAN 'BaShfu1' WALTO DORIS A quiet miss, so cheerful, Maids like Audrey are very Band 1,2 Pep Squad 1 Vice-president 1 Trojan Staff 1,2 Glee Club 2 , NA EILERS 'Jolly' She's bright, she's witty Then, too, she's pretty. Basketball Maid 2 FORBERG 'Reserved' too few. Intelligent, honest, and neat Doris, fa most any positloncan com te. FAITZ 'Longing' With a studious scowl Earl strides down the hall But that scowl's to fool the teachers He doesn't mean it at all. F' Fe.Ao 1,2,3 BETTY GAULTNEY 'Friendly' O wise is she who holds her tongue Around the world should her praise be sung 0 Band 1,2 ARTHUR HANFELDER 'Jocular' Our sides are always full of aches From jokes and puns that Arthur makes. Band 2 ALICE HANFELDER 'Amicable' In these days of fuss and riot Behold a lass described as quiet. Band 2 WILLIAM HOLSHOUSER 'Tantal1Zing' I came, I saw, I conquered. V Band 1,2 b Treasurer of Class 1,2 Christmas Candlelight Service 1 Baseball 1 High Lights Staff 2 Trojan Staff 2 DOROTHY HOWERTON 'vivacious' 'P Have you ever met a girl so rare with smiling eyes and waving hair? Glee Club 1,2 CHARLES HUNSCHE 'M1schievous' His inches are many, 3" They help him a lot, P For he's able to see What the others cannot. F' Fo Ao 1,2 MILDRED JONES 'Tempermental' JULE She laughs, and the world laughs, And she's seldom, if ever, alone. Basketball Maid 2 High Lights Staff 2 Senior Play 2 KAM 'Carefree' 53' No hurry, no scurry, - F 1 Just life as it comes. I, Q' Band l 2 ' secreniry of Class 2 XM? V. s 7 , . Tyrw Jamu lima Ibhrl fu!! 11' 2. -I"-an 1701011 - , W ,ref fl' n'f' W ' s Hana Q Mws,,,u- 'Wm U! 4255 121541 Faber 1 A n Mlbkn 'W' M140 ilhflliazlfuq 4' Wk htm: VMO-lm.. ml fgaqsaw P Ja L F v f 1 li y,. Fa 1 -G- +I '. L I , Y ' I' g bi Le, us. 1. .. 3 -"H . 1, JI . it hi ,. 1. ,-T, I, ---:J 2 ,Q il 'P Q .L . I , .I . X 3 I 'g -4 -V BOBBY LLEWELYN 'Timid' A quiet conscientious boy is he, A dignified respected man he'll be. Basketball 1,2 ROY LOCHMANN 'Happy' Slow to anger, but quick to smile That is Roy's inimitable style. .KENNETH LOYET 'Jo111ty' ,',. What's the use of worrying WMM' M It's never worth while. X'-'film I Fe Fe Ae 1,2 Af 1' 4-H Club 1 WILFRED M IER 'Mirthful' His own counsel can he keep se' Waters still, they say, run deep. -f A Band 1,2 I F. F. A. 1,2 COLLEEN M RSINGER 'Dignified' She sang, recited, laughed, and played She was a most accomplished maid. Pep Squad l Band 1,2 Glee Club 1,2 Trojan Staff 2 BETTY MODENE 'Frank' None of us would dare dispute, For Betty there's no substitute. Cheer Leader 2 MJOSEPH NEM ICH 'Masculine' To be strong Is to be happy Band 1 2 fl Basksziall 1,2 Q-la' Softball 1 Trojan Staff 2 ' High Lights Staff 2 President of Class 2 HAROLD PRIM 'Ambitious' If strong ambition paves the way Harold will reach the heights some days STANLEY PRITCHETT 'Agitating' His pleasant voice, his cheerful grin, Slow character and worth within. LAVERNE SCHLEMER 'Neat' A lovely girl and very sweet -hq,.,f-I Surely a pleasant one to meet. v,', Band 1,2 A U Glee Club 1,2 2-"et A Q Q Hills ROBERT SCOTT 'Athletic' Bob's a star at basketball Slim, lithe, quick and tall. Basketball 2 Baseball 1 ALVIN SCULLY 'Quiet' He plays in basketball Is very quiet and very small Basketball 1,2 JANE SHEER 'Coy' Manner, calm, and pleasant Sweetness, ever present. Band 1,2 Pep Squad 1,2 PAUL SIMS 'Grumpy' Paul Sims worked hard many a dayf' But oouldn't make the teachers think that way. DOROTHY SNOW 'Lively' And her brown eyes have A wondrous witching power. Glee Club 1,2 Band 2 ELAINE TENNIKAIT 'Cheerful' A winning smile and stately grace She's a valuable addition to this place. Band 2 LEONA WIESEMEYER 'Popular' A good-natured girl With a good-natured smile. Basketball Maid 2 Trojan Staff 1,2 bf Band 1,2 Xa NORMA WERNER 'Energetic' She's full of pep And full of fun She's as true a sport As anyone. Pep Squad 1,2 GEORGIA WEST 'Talkative' A persuasive tongue that will lead to great things. Band 1,2 Pep Squad 1,2 ANNA MARIE WROBLE 'Apologetic' Such lovely blond hair and eyes of blue Surely no one could forget you. Band 1,2 Pep Squad 1 A ' - - Donald Ackerman V iii? J di! H n Characteristic Sleeping . Politeness Intelligence . Truthfulness . A merry lad . Ever gay . . Sincerity . , Freckles . . Joking , , , Laughter . . . Hard working , Neat work . , , SOPHOMORE HORROR SCOPE Make you think of . . LaVera Ballinger . . Rachel Boston . . Faye Bybee . .Richard Callen . . James Cravens - -John Dalton . . Audrey Dunstan - - Waltona Eilers - - Earl Faltz - Doris Forberg - -Betty Gaultney Smiles ' - ' - Catherine Gersteneoker Quietness - - - - -Alice Hanfelder T995-U3 ' - ' - - -Arthur Hanfelder Blushing UO? - - william Holshouser Franknesa - - - - -Dorothy Howerton E357 805-ng - - Charles Hunsche G9-5-9t7 - - - - Mildred Jones Never weary , , , ,Jule Kamm Uprightness ' - - 'Bobby Llewellyn Grinning . . . . . . Roy Lochmann Mischievousness , , . 0 .Kenneth Loyet Manner . . . . . Wilfred Meier Frisndliness ' ' . Colleen Mersinger Restlessnese . . . . Betty Modena Manliness . . . - Joseph Nemnich Studiousness . , , Harold Primm guiclflesfad ' - -Stanley Pritchett Piggsgtness- . .Jerome Roth sh ess ' - - Laverne Schlemer Clzgemegs' ' - -Laverne Schultze smallness ' - - Robert Scott Gestures ' ' - -Alvin Scully Eating ' ' ' - Jane Sheer Gi les' ' ' ' Paul Sims B is 1 ' ' - -Dorothy Snow Pe V OI' ' ' - Elaine Ttrmikait opularity , Populous: Dependability . Tallnese . . , - Leona Wiesemeyer - -Norma Werner - -Georgia West - Anna Wroble Fncsrmcn FRESHMEN KENNETH ACKERMAN 'Kenny' Favorite Pastime--Ice Skating Pal--James Wittman F. F. A. 1 'If you think I'm too noisy Here's a word to the wise Whatever your talents may be It pays to advertise.' NORMA BOLLINGER 'Ballie' Favorite Pastlme--Studying birds, bugs, and flowers Pal--Blanche Schmerbauch 'Coal black hair and eyes of jet. Her 'cute' little ways will get you yet.' MILDRED BOUSE 'Millie' OWEN Favorite Pastime--Sewing Pal--Emmabelle Cook Band 1 Glee Club l 'Mildred is tall and stately And we all love her great1y.' BRENDEL 'Owen' ' Favorite Pastlme--Farming Pal--Ralph Weisemeyer , .' F. F. A. 1 F, Basketball 1 'In his studies he works to pass, This Owen of the freshmen class. JAMES c 'Dip' A f PAUL avorlte Pastlme--Hunting ' Pal--Richard Peck '., Basketball 1 ' - 'Sometimes James will work, But more often he will play.' CAPELLE 'Frenchie' H"'M e Paetime--Skating Pal?-Richard Peck A , uf 1 Basketball 1 f 7' ' ' ' 'Frenchie likes to boast 4 lot He makes a lot of noise Ygnf '1 For just a little tot.' F,, -4 Glee Club 1 'Jody does her hair up in a braid, She'll probably never be an old maid 0 n RAYMOND DALTON 'Ray' Favorite Pastlme--Reading Pal--Alvin Scully 'Little Ray's a scholarly lad He's going to follow the path of his dad.' DOROTHY DETIENNE 'Dot' Favorite Pastlme--Fixing her hair Pal--Laverne Schlemer 'She's such a winning smile It'l1 take her many a mile.' ROBERT DROY 'Bob' Favorite Pastime--Hunting Pal--Leonard Hood Band 1 President of Class l High Lights Staff 1 'Bob Droy just hopes that he passes For he is always late to his classes.' CHARLES EILERS 'Bud' Favorite Pastime--Playing baseball Pal--Center Perry Basketball 1 'Bud Eilers is very short, He is also rather smart.' -1 XJACQUE EVANS 'LBe'rt" Favorite Pastlme--Playing Pal--Harold Weckman Vice-president of Class 1 'Now Jacque's a fellow who's rather shy But with him, it is do or d1e.' I ' ' JACQUETTA Evms 'Jackie' Favorite Pastime--Drawing Pal--Rita Scully Annual Staff 1 Band 1 BERTHA COOK 'Bert' 'A loyal companion, an excellent Favorite Pastlme--Reading friend, Pal--Eleanor Loyet Jacquetta's a worker, and true to 'She's made of sugar and spice the end.' And everything n1ce.' DOROTHY FLANNERY 'Dot' JOANNA CUNNINGHAM 'Jody' Favorite Pastime--Photograph Favorite Pastime--Reading collecting Pal--Betty Jane Thomas Pal--Betty Jane Thomas ,A f , Q0,wIr ,Js X 'fb .A', X EY' ' f, ,Fu .' W Haul id: 1 fffff' ma- Ap,-ff , ,nw I aww Jwuhumxkpvf agymmlu' .ru lllrrlnhvi Q., f If ' lfrlhfnf by 11 'l .ifxvii - A.'.1f4'4,' -. U, I . 'aff' 2 . I V 'ff . H , I' Yanumibnf ll' WB'!I ,FG-v rrbad ' Y -. my mx A E , v ' R ga 4' ' ' imlhg J' 'I .. M ab!!! Wyman , . V 4 . 'Qu- ilmvr nf Ydwwk G7 a1A""' 'A Jwy ,dw ' 1 Jam lmdqhs 371411 y luxury V 'Www M25 N Q FH? rv- 4 rf ""' 5 I " I 1 4 'Li vig.. -s . ,.-:ae-1-.fQ3.,va.iEn5Lj" " ' lggf- 1-v"'1 ' 5 ' 95 H 553. 3 rfsyffji. 'kv v i ' ': - " ' 1 , 4 ,, ., . .D . , 1 P I . 3 1' 4 1 Band 1 Pep Squad 1 'Dorothy is tall and wears glasses And doesn't care about her classes' RACHEL GAGLIARDIO 'Giggy' Favorite Pastime--Telling stories Pal--Norma Bollinger Trojan Staff 1 'Rachel is small and has sandy hair And in her studies she does quite fa1r.' FRIEDA GAULTNEY 'Friedie' Favorite Pastime--Dancing Pal--Millie Kueker Band 1 'Frieda likes to giggle and play And she can find something funny ' In anything you say.' CHARLES HANKS 'Chas' " 1 1 Favorite Pastime--Drawing R Pal--Richard Peck - A X Basketball 1 ' 'Charles is always nice and neat I bet some girl finds him nice and sweet.' LEONARD HOOD 'Rosie' Favorite Pastlme--Hunting Pal--Bob Droy Basketball l High Lights Staff 1 'They call him 'Rosie' Because he is As cute as a pos1e.' M RELE JONES 'Mooney' Favorite Pastime--Listening to the radio Pal--Charles Hunsche 'Merele is so tall, that fate Couldn't conceal him by naming him Jones.' MILDRED KUEKER 'Millie Favorite Pastime--Eating Pal--Fr1eda- Gaultney 'Millie works at-her father's dairy x She has pretty skin like that of a fa1ry.' MARILYN LEVO 'Meat' Favorite Pastime--Practicing her clarinet Pal--Rita Scully Band l 4 'am Glee Club 1 'Marilyn is jolly and fat And she plays the clarinet.' ELEANOR LOYET 'Eleanor' 'RAL Favorite Pastime--Collecting pictures Pal--Blanche Schmerbauch 'Eleanor Loyet is as small as can be She studies real hard like her sister, Marie." LILY LUDWIG 'Lily' Favorite Pastime--Chewing gum Pal--Marilyn Levo Band 1 'Lily plays a bass in the band, Come on, let's all give her a hand.' VERNA MIEKAMP 'Blondie' Favorite Pastime--Going to the movies Pal--Betty Modena Pep Squad 1 'Verna is liked by a certain boy, We won't say whether he's from Glen or Troy.' VERNON MICK 'Vernon' Favorite Pastime--Farming Pal--George Pranaitis Band 1 F. F. A. 1 'Vernon Mick is just a farm lad Who's never one bit sad.' MARCELLA NIEHAUS 'Marco' Favorite Pastime--Dancing Pal--Bertha Cook 'Marcella is one of our cooks I think she learns it from one of our books.' RICHARD PECK 'Richard' Favorite Pastime--Basketball Pal---Paul Capelle Basketball 1 'Richard is always blushing But you never see him rushing.' DORIS PEKAR 'Pecoty' Favorite Pastime--Telling funny stories Pal--Dorothy Flannery Pep Squad 'She's a cute little lass Of the freshman class.' Aiiix is SHELDON PERRY 'Center' BETTY JANE SMITH 'Betty' Favorite Pastime--Hunting Pal--Charles Eilers Basketball 1 'Center loves old Troy High We wonder why? We wonder why? GEORGE PRANAITIS 'George' Favorite Pastime--Looking Pal--Vernon Mick F. F. A. 1 'George belongs to the F. F. A. So he can pitch hay in May.' DONALD SCHILLER 'Schiller' Favorite Pastime--Hunting Pal--'Center' Perry Band 1 Basketball 1 'Donald is so very smart And so very fat and short.' BLANCHE SCHMERBAUCH 'Blanche' ELLA Favorite Pastime--Reading Pal--N0 B LLML, A walk a day is her routine She'd rather walk Than ride in a machine.' SCHMERBAUCH 'Ella Mae' Favorite Pastime--Writing letters Pal--Dorothy Snow 'Ella wants to be a clerk in an old book store, So she can read to herself some old book lore.' GERALDINE SCHMITT 'Jerry' x,gjvEs Favorite Pastime--Skating Pal--Margy Thomas Glee Club 1 Class Treasurer l 'Jerry's very neat And Oh! So sweet.' NARISSA SCOTT 'Scotty' RITA Favorite Pastime--Skating Pal--Jezyry scnmitc Band 1 'Nar1ssa's very nice, Cause she's made of sugar and sp1ce.' SCULLY 'Reets' Favorite Pastime--Movies Pal--Marilyn Levo Glee Club 1 'We love you for your intellect, But not for that a1one.' Favorite Pastime--Fixing her hair Pal--Narissa Scott Glee Club l 'She looks sweet As the little pink flower That grows in the wheat.' DONALD snow Ulngyn Favorite Pastime--Pestering tea- chers Pal--Roy Lochmann Basketball l 'Donald is a pest The teachers wish He would give them a rest.' BETTY THOMAS 'Curley' Favorite Pastime--Listening to cowboy songs 'Pal--Joanna Cunningham Pep Squad l 'Our sides are always full of aches From jokes and puns that Betty makes.' MARGARET THOMAS 'Margy'. Y"W'M Favorite Pastime--Skating Pal--Jerry Schmitt L Glee Club l A Band 1 'Margie is a Girl Scout And she is so fast: she is always about.' HAROLD WECKMAN 'Weckie' Favorite Pastime--Making eyes at Dorothy Snow Pal--Jacque Evans Band 1 'weckle is tall and dark For tricks you could give him many a mark RALPH WIESEMEYER 'Ralph' 'f"A Favorite Pastime--Not going to school Pal--Owen Brendel w'A' ' Fl Fe A0 1 IU ' 'Ralph has mischievious looks, And seldom ever looks in his books.' JAM S WITTHAN 'Jim y' Favorite Pastime--Smiling Pal--Kenneth Ackerman F. F. A. 1 'Jim is, oh, so short And is also rather smart.' . . Y .W .,,..-v.----q.--uf-.-1,-,Y ww Q l QEE 7!Fln AJURPLOTS Z ,,.-Q-.-.,-7-ye. .., - ,-, Aiitiiat EXERPTS FROM THE HIGH LIGHTS October Edition THE VALUE OF A SCHOOL NEWSPAPER After doing a lot of thinking and conversing, the High Lights Staff has decided to publish a school paper. This is one thing I always thought a school needed and I'm sure our newspaper is going to be liked by students as well as any other paper. To show a loyal spirit toward your school, all you Trojans should sub- scribe for our paper which we have con- tinued to call 'The High Lights'. Many things happen in classes in school that neither you nor your par- ents ever hear about. I advise you to subscribe for 'The High Lights' and I guarantee you won't miss a thing. There will be many things published in 'The High Lights' that will not be found elsewhere. November Edition SPECIAL HONOR ROLL Five A's---Millie-Marie Collins Four A's---Jacque Evans Three A's--James Wlttman Rachel Boston THE TROJAN Miss Lenz has selected the staff for the annual, 'The Trojan', for this year. A few pictures have already been taken. They are soon to begin work. December Edition TROY DEFEATS HIGHLAND The Troy high school basketball team defeated the Highland team in a fast and furious game last Friday even- ing in the Troy gym by a score of 42 to 28. The game was a rough one and fouls were the rule rather than the ex- ception, eighteen being chalked up dur- ing the progress of the game. Stein led the Trojans with a total of six field goals and five free throws and Maden was second with six field goals and one free throw. F. F. A. HONORARY DEGREES A special meeting was called the third period for formal initiation of the new teachers to the honorary degree. The teachers initiated were Mr.Brucker, Mr. Siefferman, Mr. Anwarter, and Mr. Wagner and Mr. Ketring had already been initiated. January Edition CHRISTMAS PARTY A Christmas party for the entire school took place in the gym of the school on Dec. 19. Music of a nickelo- deon was furnished by Gene Stein. Danc- ing continued until the games started. A ong the games there was a 'thread the needlen contest in which Delbert Hanke, Bob Droy, Dick Howe, and Leonard Hood competed. Contestants were to sit upon a jar, placed on its sides, with the heel of one foot upon the toes of the other. During this time, they were sup- posed to thread a needle. The game was never finished to disclose a winner be- cause the jar couldn't stand the strain of Dick Howe's we1ght.Therefore the jar and Dick downward plunged. Several boys were initiated into the 'Gitzi-G1tzi- Goo Club.' February Edition SNOOPIN' AROUND Why did Norma B wear ski pants all day to school on January 25? ----- - D068 Marvin Stock like our xylophone player? Betty Modene received a letter from East Alton after an acquaintance with a boy at the game. ---------- What were the contents of that letter addressed to Pinky Martin in Gladys' history book? March Edition SPEECH CLASS PLAYS March 25, the Speech class is spon- soring an evening's entertainment of 5 humorous one-act plays, 'Not Quite Such a Goose", 'Sauce for the Gosl1ngs", and WA Womanless Wedding.' and come for if you do not see a dainty flower of a Stein! give her heart to a Be sure you will not madien lGene stalwart man of the world KDonald Snowl. A friend of the bride lMank Weiderlwill feel sorry for the broken hearted jilt- ed girl friend Jack Weirj. . -,.-,W --' --5'qg ' f' T is R is 0 is Y is H is Y is Pearl Ruth Rachel Betty Marie Jane Lily Waltona Jacquetta AEEEW' TROY HY for the Trouble we have caused. for the Riches we have received. for the Organizations we have enjoyed. for the Yells we have given. for the pleasant Hours spent with you. for one year almost gone. WE KNOW NOW W yatt Al elder H all Richard owe Y ahoodi ahoodi G agliardo Owen rendel I mogene Reiffer liver Arth R ood Ra Maden L oyet Donald now S heer Bob lewellyn L udwig Jacque vans E ilers Donald ckermann A lice Hanfelder ernon Mick V erna Drique Charles ilers E vans Dorothy H indmarch NOPIIIB. Betty 0 dell Werner M odene E loise Schoon Delbert anke mar Hampton Wilfred eir dward Loyet F chilli. Q -'MN 'J Ny Aiiiixiii t Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Sports Editor Music Editor Club Editors Advertising Manager Humor Typists Mimeoscope Designs Advertising Designs Special Article Freshman Editor Sophomore Editor Junior Editor Senior Editor Annual Sponsor THE TROJAN Dick Howe Virginia Koch Millie-Marie Collins Jack Weir Virginia Schrameck Colleen Mersinger Faye Bybee Lavern Capelle Leona Weisemeyer Peggy Modene Bernlece Gerstenecker Millie-Marie Collins Mildred Martin Virginia Koch Faye Bybee Audrey Dunstan Bill Holshouser Dick Howe Joe Nemnich Rachel Gagliardo Jacquetta Evans Audrey Dunstan Mildred Martin Millie-Marie Collins Miss Dolores Lenz This represents our second attempt finer quality of paper, a niftier cover in publishing an annual. Several im- with an imprint on it, and the writeups provements and additions were made this inSU6ad Of being mimeographed, were year, including more picture pages, a P19-nographed' safgji AEE? I HIGH LIGHTS The High Lights Staff made a step forward this year. They published the school paper, which until this year was a thing of the past. The staff aimed to publish it bi-monthly, which occa- sionally was impossible to do, because of work on the annual. Each issue was Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Art Editor Business Manager Reporters Hi-Tri Hi-Y F. F. A. Sports Humor Editorials Typists Mimeographers Special Columns Mimeoscope Sponsor devoted to some special organization or idea, such as basketball, winter, Val- ent1ne's Day, Christmas, St. Patr1ck's Day, seniors, and such. The paper sold for three cents a copy and was worth it The success is due to the fine staff we have. They are as follows: Millie-Marie Collins Richard Howe Richard Howe Virginia Koch Virginia Schrameck Richard Howe Vernon Schultz Lavern Capella Mildred Jones Mildred Martin Millie-Marie Collins Virginia Koch Berniece Gerstenecker Leonard Hood Bob Dr-oy Virginia Wiesemeyer B111 Holshouser Joe Nemnich Miss Dolores Lenz HI-TRI The H1-Tri, an organization for junior and senior high school girls, was organized here in October by Miss Violet Hall. The aims of the H1-Tri League are character, friendship, courtesy, pleas- ure, success. The watchwoqd is loyalty. The code of the H1-Tri League is: 'Let every Hi-Tri girl seeknz H appiness in thought, word, deed I nitiative by being her best self T ruthfulness in all life R everence for spiritual ideals I ntegration of her whole self L eadership based on Love E nthusiasm for work and play A ctivity in useful service G ood will to all mankind U nderstanding of others E arnestness of purpose The members as they appear on the picture from left to right are: gg! ls Dorothy Hindmarch lpresidentl, Imogene Reiffer Ivice-presidentl, Betty Jean Rood Csecretaryl, Gladys Drique Ctreasurerl Eg! gs Eloise Schoon, Geneva Wooten, Fern Kueker, Millie-Marie Collins, Edna Bouse, Berniece Gerstenecker, Mildred Martin, Dorothy Heinlein Row Q: Emma Benak, Lorine Niehsus, Bet- ty Jane Thomas, Virginia Koch, Doris B1nney,Verna Drique Virginia Schrameck. lil Nl EIEIE 'WV HI-Y The first H1-Y was organized in November by Mr. Brucker. Several meet- ings have been held in which the mem- bers discussed problems and made plans for the future. The membership of the organization is now twenty-one. The members as they appear on the picture from left to right are: Eg! l: Gene Stein Cvice-presidentl, Floyd Langenwalter Cpres1dentJ,Mr. Bru- cker Csponsorl, Kenneth Hanfelder Csec- retaryl, Jack Weir Ctreasurerl gg! gs Dick Howe, James Bertorello, Paul Riebold, Harold Gansner,Gene Lyons Alfred Weider, Arthur Bress, John Pav- lisin, Virgil Gebhart gg! Q: Omar Hampton, Alfons Pranaitis, Oliver Arth, Earl Faitz, Bill Lewis, Merle Wohlgemuth, Edward Loyet, Roy Witt- man. Ufqjm it Ill-jf I mga fghff :AW . A ' l 4 GERMAN BAND A new and different idea organized by Mr. Varner developed into a novelty, German band. The purpose for organizing the band was to play at the Band Carni- val--to attract and draw crowds to all places of activity at the carnival. Mr. Kamm led the German band as it went from one concession to another. He was a colorful figure wearing a straw hat,wav1ng a cane for a baton and burst ing forth in his deep bass voice, sing- ing in German, the words to the songs. Dick Howe with his overflowing stomach and large,black mustache kept the crowd at the carnival roaring. Omar Russell Hampton carried the beverage for the band and he kept cutting capers. His gaudy suspenders carried the extra weight of a pillow those nights. Eu- gene Schrameck in his red shirt and derby, made plenty of noise with his bass horn. Oliver Arth and Jimmie Cra- vens just could not stand still. They were full of rhythm. Jule Kamm went to town on his clarinet and was very inter ested in his green hat. Robert Taake just about blew the bell off his trom- bone and he kept time to the music with one foot. Later Bill Holshouser joined. A O BAND CARNIVAL The McCray-Dewey High School Band sponsored an indoor carnival on Novem- ber 29 and 50 at the high school. On November 29, the main events of the evening were: 8:00 P. M. -- a band concert given by the high school band: 9:00 P. M. -- 'The Trojann, a movie of students and faculty members at the Lutheran and public grade schools, high school, and other neighboring rural schools: 9:40 P. M. -- 'Magic Shown by Mr. Roy Mayer of Troy: 10:30 P. M. -- drawing for attendance prize won by Dorothy Dunstan. On November 50, the main events of the evening were: 8:00 P. M. -- 'Dusky Cloudsu, a minstrel show given by the high school Glee Club: 9:00 P. M. -- 'The Trojann: 9:40 P. M. -- drawing of prizes. Refreshments of all kinds were served and the concessions of both ev- enings were: Cake Walk, Gypsy Tea Room which was in the Home Economics Room and decorated in various bright colors with the waitresses dressed as gypsies, Land of Fortunes with Mr. Brucker as the seer, Freak Show and various guess- ing games. 'uf ,-g.---- - -.-., ,. CORONATION OF BASKETBALL QUEEN A very impressive ceremony accom- panied the coronation of the basketball queen at the Band Carnival on November 30. The queen was elected by votes that were received from the sale of senior play tickets. There were twelve candi- dates for queen namely: Leona Weise- meyer, Virginia Koch, Betty Jane Thomas Geneva Wooten, Verna Drlque, Pauline Schmerbauch, Eloise Schoon,M1llie-Marie Collins, Mildred Jones, Betty Jean Rood Waltona Eilers, and Virginia Poli. The queen's throne stood under one of the baskets. The throne was decor- ated with shining purple and white sat- in. The platform of the throne was cov- ered with soft green grass. The queens identity was kept a se- cret untll the time of coronation. The maids were escorted to the throne to the rhythm of nPomp and Circumstancen, by the basketball squad,as escorts. Mu- sic was furnished by several members of the band. They entered in this order: Leona Weisemeyer and Delbert Hanke,Vir- ginia Koch and Billy Lewis, Betty Jane Thomas and Joe Nemnich, Geneva Wooten, and Alfred Welder, Eloise Schoon and Gene Lyons, Millie-Marie Collins and Marvin May, Mildred Jones and Gene Stein, Betty Jean Rood and Jack Weir, Pauline Schmerbauch and Charles Geb- hart, Verna Drique and Merle wohlge- muth, Waltona Eilers and Virgil Geb- hart, and Virginia Poli and Ray Maden The crown bearer, Lionel Isenberg, came after the maids and escorts. He was wearing a beautiful white satin suii trimmed with gold bra1d,and carry- ing the crown on a white satin pillow. The queen's crown was composed of fresh flowers, white chrysanthemums with a satin ribbon. The honor of crowning the queen went to Alfred Auwarter. The queen for 1940-41 was Millie-Marie Col- llns. Her majesty received a beautiful bouquet of roses from an admirer of hers shortly after she was seated on the throne. After the coronation, pic- tures were taken of the queen, her attendents and court. Her majesty's formal varied in color from azure to marine blue with a slight train. Her corsage was of orange and white sweet peas. Millie-Marie made a pretty queen as she stately sat on the throne, with her attendents at her side. i f s N f - 4-l. BAND gb Clarinets Richard Howe Omar Hampton Jule Kamm Billy Lewis Charles Reed Lorine Neihaus LaVern Schultz Alice Hanfelder Mildred Bouse LaVern Schlemer Georgia West Catherine Gerstenecker Joe Nemnich Faye Bybee Marilyn Levo Betty Gaultney Jacquetta Evans Vernon Mick French Horn Virginia Schrameck Verna Drique Flutes Mildred Martin Jane Sheer Baritones Marvin Stock Millie-Marie Collins Dorothy Snow Basses William Holshouser Lily Ludwig Frieda Gaultney The band, under the direction of Mr. Varner, has two full rehearsals a week-on Monday and Friday mornings, and the students receive individual and group instruction from their director. The membership of the band has in- creased to fifty-one. During the course of the year, the organization has re- ceived a new Eb bass horn and a double T' '11 ' T TQ! " K N it 'BEM Trombones Colleen Mersinger Elaine Tennakait Robert Taake Arthur Hanfelder Audrey Dunstan Percussion Pearl Wyatt Ruth Hall Virginia Wiesemeyer Narissa Scott ' Cornets Betty Jean Rood Oliver Arth James Cravens LaVera Ballinger Kenneth Hanfelder Bobby Droy Margaret Thomas Doris Binney Alto Saxaphones B111y schmitt Wilfred Meier Xylophone Imogene Rieffer Qgggg Saxaphone Anna Marie Wrobel 2222 Leona Wiesemeyer Eb bass horn, also a new set of snare drums and a set of Tympani drums. The band opened their concerts this fall at the dedication of the new town bandstand and played on the first night of the Band Carnival. Besides playing at several basketball games, they fur- nished music between the acts of the Grade School Operetta. "-'1gaST - .aiiaiial a The Pep Squad this year was renew- ed under the sponsorship of Miss Baker. Eighteen girls joined and the Cheer Leaders were elected by a majority vote of the squad. The Cheer Leaders for this year were Pauline Schmerbauch and Betty Modene. The second semester, Faye Bybee joined the Cheer Leaders and some changes were made in the uniforms over last year. White sweaters with orange and black emblems replaced the orange blouses. The rest of the uniform re- mained the same. The girls wore skirts, orange and black dinks, black anklets, and oxfords as last year. These girls were loyal to their team: Cleft to right! Row lx Cheer Leaders--Pauline Schmer- bauch, Faye Bybee, Betty Modene gg! Q: Virginia Poli, Georgia West, Peggy Modena, Berniece Gerstenecker, Dorothy Flannery, Virginia Koch, Jane Sheer. ggglgs LaVera Ballinger, Dorothy How- erton, Betty Jane Thomas, Joanna Cun- ningham, Ruth Hall, Verna Meikamp,Norma Werner, Doris Pekar F. F. A. Regular meetings of this organiz- tion are held on the first Tuesday ev- ening of each month under the sponsor- ship of E. J. Wagner. Some of the act- ivities carried out by the F. F. A. chapter are: father and son banquet, public-speaking contest, donkey basket- ball games, softball games,summer camp- ing trip, and the exhibition of entries in local, county, and state fairs. This year all the members attended the Nat- ional F. F. A. at Kansas City, Kansas. The active members of the local chapter from left to right are: 323 ls Vernon Schultz, KReporterJ, Ar- thur Bress, CVice-pres1dentl,E. J. Wag- ner, CSponsorJ,Roy Wittman KPres1dentB, Oliver Arth,CTreasurerD, Russell Taake, lwatchdogl, Victor Diepholz CSecretaryD Eg! 2: A. Auwarter, CHonoraryD, W. H. Ketring,KHonoraryD,Jerome Roth, Charles Hunsche, Floyd Langenwalter,Earl Faitz, Alfons Pranaitis, Kenneth Ackermann, G. Brucker, KHonoraryJ, R. L. Siefferman, CHonoraryQ Egg Q: James Wittman, Owen Brendel, Ralph Weisemeyer, Vernon Mick, Donald Ackermann, George Pranaitis, Wilfred Meier, Merle Wohlgemuth -du f' 41" flllll l 7-74 Aug o Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov o Nov. Nov 0 Nov 0 Nov 1 Dec. Dec 0 D900 DSC. DOC 0 DOC. Jan. Jan. Jane Feb. Febe Febe Feb 0 0 ' ' CALENDAR . 50--Registration Day. w 5--School began. N 24--Teachers attended the county 1 meeting at Alton. 25--Another free day--teachers at Alton meeting again. 30--The Juniors entertained the X N !Vh, idk' L' rn X N X Xt ,ifgjii 7 - P P Y 51--Teachers went to Urbana to at- tend the state meeting. This was ii ? Q . C So homores with a Ha1lowe'en art . ta TX LW' T also Hallowe'en and no school. 4--Seniors had a meeting and dis- cussed the contest for selecting the queen of the carnival. 7--Pauline Schmerbauch and Betty Hodene were selected as the Cheer Leaders. ll--No school--Armistice Day. 13--Senior Play presented. 14--Students had their eyes tested by Mrs. M. Wyatt from Collinsville accompanied by Mr. Garland. 21--Thanksgiving. 22--Vacation. 25--Pictures were taken of the stu- dents to be shown at the carnival. 2--Second issue of the High Lights published. Two new pupils were ad- ded to our school roll--Mearle and Verl Paddock from Bingham. This - - N 2 A' is our second set of twins now. T 3--Annual staff met to discuss the annual for 1941. 6--Troy won over Highland. if 7--The Sophomores entertained the Juniors with a skating party. 19--New F. F. A. members initiated. school party given by the Hi- and H1-Y organizations. f'H aff All Tri 20--School dismissed for holidays. 2 2--First day of school in 1941. , an 16-17--Semester Exams. 20--Annual pictures taken. 10--Concert given by the East St. j?3 Louis NYA Orchestra. 4 4'gl H 12--Movie on driving and safety. 01233 L 1 -ss x N . X X' 2 A X. ' 1 Q Q fx 13--Washington-Lincoln program by Vfl as the speech class. 28--Home Economics classes served a tea to the Seniors and Faculty. 2 X .4 mf X igbfsxb' his Q 4 A40':xi V 1 .3 4' 1'.x,i,,, sy lugs ., , 0 Il ' March 6-8--Conference basketball tourn- , March 17--High Lights published by the ' Typing II class alone. g f ament at Wood River. March 20-21--Third quarter exams. . March 25--Thespian entertainment night. .Wx ff April 15--Easter and vacation Q' May 9--Mother and Daughter Tea. ND NX May 25--Junior-Senior Prom. ,o ox May 29--Graduation. e .-g-Y-- ,.-,-- - .V - Q v z. f 1 Q5 N15 M QJ f 9,437 Wofw-ff' ,f if t 'K m en BASKETBALL TEAM Alfred Weider Raymond Maden Gene Lyons Marvin May Gene Stein Delbert Hanke B111 Lewis Russel Taake Mearl Wohlgemuth Virgil Gebhart Bob Scott BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1940-41 Nov. 15 Lebanon Here gg Nov. 19 Mulberry Grove There 24 Nov. 20 Livingston There 24 Nov. 29 Wood River There 27 Dec. 6 Highland Here 45 Dec. 15 Bethalto Here 22 Dec. 14 New Baden There 31 Dec. 17 Venice There 48 Dec. 20 Trenton There 46 Dec. 21 St. Jacob Here 51 Jan. 10 Highland Here 43 Jan. 17 Trenton Here 41 Jan. 22 Highland--Invitational Tournament Troy a Mulberry Grove 41 Jan. 28 St. Jacob There 40 Jan. 29 Bethalto There 46 Jan. 31 Pocahontas There 53 Feb. 2 Livingston Here 29 Feb. 12 Highland There 54 Feb. 14 Pocahontas Here 41 Feb. 21 0'Fallen There 39 larch 6 Wood River--Regional Conference Troy k Alton 53 Troy E Granite City 52 .5iiEnQi. THEY 24 17 33 52 28 23 42 55 35 35 28 54 44 27 35 39 23 54 21 37 36 41 1 "'E'lU5 V'Mq"F?Ff" H' "" 'wx-'lwmfffu ' wvuv- W. THESPIAN The Thesp1an,a dramatic honor soc- iety, was organized this year with Millie-Marie Collins--president, Marvin May--vice-president, Delbert Hanke,sec- retary, Alfred Weider--treasurer, and Miss Ann Herron--sponsor. To be a Thespian one must have had a certain number of lines in three one- act plays or one three-act play and have executed them to the satisfaction of the sponsor. Charter members of this new soc- iety in M.D.T.H. aref' Charles Gebhart, Eloise Schoon,Marv1n May, Delbert Hanks Narissa Scott, Alfred Weider, Mildred Jones, and Millie-Marie Collins. The Thespian, with the cooperation of the Speech class, sponsored an even- ing entertainment of two one-act plays and a nwomanless Wedding' in the latter part of March. ja1Hf3WNs 1 f 6 "'-- x ,EY " Q g GLEE CLUB Members of this organization from left to right are: Eg! ls Berniece Gerstenecker, Virginia Koch, Eloise Schoon, Miss Baker, Leona Weisemeyer, Narissa Scott, and Joanna Cunningham. gg! ga Rita Scully, Betty Jane Thomas, Geneva Wooten, Mildred Martin, Mildred Bouse, Colleen Mersinger, and LaVerne Schlemer. gg! Q: Doris Binney, Margy Thomas, Aud- rey Dunstan, Jerry Schmitt, Virginia Schrameck,Betty Jean Rood,Verna Drique, and Dorothy Snow. The Glee Club sang at an assembly program and at a Womans' Club meeting. F. F. A. SOFTBALL Those who went out for softball this year from left to right are: gg! l: Roy W1ttman,F1oyd Langenwalter, Russel Taake,Ol1ver Arth, Vernon Schul- tze, Kenneth Ackerman B21 Q: Sponsor, Mr. Wagner, Mearl Woh- lgemuth, Donald Ackerman, Earl Faltz, Anthur Brees, Victor Diepholtz, Alfons Pranaitls, Owen Brendel, James Wittman. 155'76 ,,,f ,,.., garb Q Ula mon FLo1's 'NN : A b4?.Q,,-V It Quik! Wf ' f ' A Asglsigsm , f?wBFi 4.1.-9.1 Q Glecmnr 6oo0Ess f f - X32 h x ff " ff- :A xr Y " B-'li-R 9 Q 3 ' 2 v , 1 'L 7 Z ,. ,,:f' 45 Goddgss oF-ykovokf . IVARNGR iw Ea y Miglia!-L . ,,-15. 1- - cu.. 5 LIT- kETRijZX M pggli-'st e NecKC R U f :A 'x' Mies 1.6111 5 fg 475 SA? 'u?5g fix N , W -'X fx: 5 f 7 M ' 5ueFFER-' . Romevdltifekeg 1 X X F 7 L - ll: ir 1, NR- WHGNCR 'iii I ,. HQKRON iailwggl 'sat Mwhgawbw BRUCKER ps-v - E1 fglgli HOW THE TROY FACULTY SECURED THEIR POSITIONS MISS LENZ--COMMERCIAL Dear Board of Education: I would like very much to teach your school the com ercial stujects. I am very good at typewriting, though at tines 1 make a few mistakes. Shorthand is also ome of my specealties. I acn writ it as if I was an ezpert who had won prizes but I have a time reading it but I could lit my students do thatf In B ookening I8m a qhiz at balancing book but my addition 1sn't so very good, but I prmosie not to do much of that in class. I have also read the school paper at every possible chance. I feel con- dlfent that I could edet one at your place. I thinek you school would bene- fit by my coming. Very truoy Yours, Dolores Lenzf MR. SIEFFERMAN--BIOLOGY AND PHYSICS Dear School Board, I wonder if you would like to en- gage a very wonderful bug and plant lover. I hnow my atoms and molecules very well, so I think I would make a capable physics teacher. I have a won- derful personality and would get along with the pupils. I hope you will con- sider my application very closely. All great men seem to have been born in the month of February. I, too was born in that month. The great eman- cipator, Abraham Lincoln and I were born on the same day, February 22, but a few years apart,so consider my appli- cation. X Forever Yours, Royal Lincoln MR. VARNER--BAND Dear Board Members: If you are not yet music lovers, you will be when I come to your school. I can play any instrument but a trom- bone, claronet, oboe, and flute, which aren't important anyway. I can play the scale from the front and from the back on the piano and can play the saxophone without any complaining from the neigh- bors. I'm not saying anything about my singing, because to lead a band, you do not have to have a voice. Please give me a chance, because when I get mad I can really teach your children to play. Sincerely Yours, Mr. Varner a "'n'-'W 7F'wTw1"l Aiiiiwiiih . MR. WAGNER--AGRICULTURE Dear Board Members: I have lived in the city all of my life. I have never seen a farm, but I have seen movies about them and I have studied them very well in books. I know an egg from a cowg I can teach the pup- ils why they can raise cane in Cuba but not in Troy. I like candy and soda so I could start up a pop stand, which would be a success, I am sure. Your farm genius, Mr. Wagner M . AUWARTER--COACH AND HISTORY Dear School Board: Although I've only been to several other towns besides my own, and don't know much about them, I'm sure I could teach history at your school. I know Columbus discovered America in 1491 B C and that Roosevelt is our present pres- ident. I am sure I would also make a good coach and the boys would all like me, although I did keep the bench warm when I was still at school. Well, what do you say? Your future coach .- ,aw MISS HALL--HOM ECONOMICS Dear Board: I can cook very good which you will find out later. Some of the things I can do are: bike, boil water without burning it, fry an egg without making it scrambled, and make gravy lwhich is hard for some people to del. I can al- so sew a few things. I made the dress I have on and if you accept my applica- tion I will show you some of the things in person. Very truly yours, Miss Hall MR. BRUCKER--MATHEMATICS Dear School Board Members: I would like to teach at your school because I know I could outdo any other teacher there. 'I know other ways of working problems which aren't even in the book. Even if the solution 1sn't always right, it's only the answer that counts anyway. I always say, 'Is that not so?n Please consider my application which won't be much of a problem. From 'Bring your problems to me and and I'll solve them', history teacher, Alfred P. Auwarter Mr. George Brucker MISS HERRON--ENGLISH AND SPEECH Dear Board: I am wantin' a job for myself. I'm not very good at makin' speeches but I could try.I am patriotic to two states. I live in Kentucky but my home is in Tennessee. You see, it's this way: the Tennessee line is right in front of my house but I went to school in Kentucky. I have some actin' ability, but not, much. I once appeared in a play when I was a freshman. I could try to organize a Dramstics Club, if you will only give me a chance. I'd try very hard to be a successful teacher. Very truly yours, Miss Herron MISS BAKER--LATIN AND ENGLISH Dear, dear, dear Board Members: Having heard of your vacancy of a English teacher, I am ready to qualify for the job. Being very sweet to my pupils is one of my peculiarities. I am just what you are looking for in a Lat- in instructor too. So you can just call me a two in one teacher. My Latin in- structors used to tell me I was a very bright girl in the freedom of speech line. Singing is one of my talents so .iiiiiiik I could teach your wonderful boys and girls singing. I also play the piano perfectly which makes me very unanimous for the job. Affectionally, Miss Baker MR. KETRING--PRINCIPAL Dear Board Members: You have the opportunity to hire me as the principal of your school and as a very competent teacher. As you can see for yourself, I am really good as I can be three things at once--princ1- pal, sociology teacher, and junior bus- iness instructor. Now, what do you say, do you want a 'Superman'at your school? If so, I will be glad to phone you col- lect if you would want to talk to me. Very truly yours, Mr. Ketring L13 , ,M svrmggmsg-Y-.'.,,ee-:,..,-.?.q-glgun-P ww- - - we--.?::,.-,V--W --.P ---1 -'M f J n 5 v L 1 arixiiif 'J ml. crzsmxom, ANALYSIS or common ELEMENT Element: Freshmen Occurance: Found the first day at schoolg almost anywhere and everywhere, ever since. Physical Properties: All colors and sizes. Usually in disguised conditions. Very green around the gills and always answers when spoken to. Shrinks when spoken to harshly and runs when initi- ated. Chemical Properties: Possess great af- finity for all trinkets. Very active. Able to absorb H20 at any time. Some- times has great magnetic attraction. DIS'MISS AND DIS'COUNT Dls'm1ss Kthis miss! met dis'count Cthis count! by dis'tent Cthis tent!but new he is home'less Chomeless! because he has gone to Toot'sie Cto sea! but he told her he would wr1t'er Cwrite her!. Now, dis'm1ss Qthis miss! has her free- dom and knew how to wi'men lwin men!. One day on de'ice Cthe ice! by de'fence Qthe fence!, she met a you g man named Art. Art'1st KArt is! on de'fence fthe fence!, because of a'ccount ia count! who went to Toot'sie Kto sea!. Lett'uce Clet us! hear of de'part fthe part!of the courtship of dis'miss Qthis miss! and Art. It was in a fal- sity ifalse city! he tol1'er Ktold her! of his love for her. Everything went fine, den'tal Cthen till! she received a letter from de'count ithe count!, and saying he wood'1and Cwould land! the next day. Now d1s'm1ss Cthis miss! had to lett'er Clet her! Art know of dis- counts Cthis count's! car'pet Cpet car! but d1s'count Qthis count! arrived at Art's home just as dis'miss Cdismiss! did.Dis'miss lthls miss! wanted to know why disfcount lthis count! was butt'on Cbuttlng! in on her business and she wanted her freedom for him. Dis'count Cthis count!then tried to chok'erCchoke her!, because she said, 'I care'less Ccare less! for you.' He bett'er Qbet her! he would win her back and promised her he wood'work Cwould work! but to no ava11.'You can'ce1 Kean sell! our maple furniture and get you another miss,n he said. Art thought de'testKthe test! was wonderful and he now welcomed d1s'm1ss fthis miss! to his home. And so ends dedtail Cthe tale! of dis'count Cthis count! and dis'm1ss Qthis m1ss!. Javxly Ihr-fha! I 1 s..r"'-11 WE WONDER WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF BETTER NOT BELIEVE IT Bress were a game of chess Diepholz Cdeep holes! were Hall were stairs Hanks were a sock Hood were a radiator Maden were a bachelor May were December g Schoon were an exhibit Wyatt Cwhy it! were because Boston were Concord Bybee were 'to be' Forberg were an iceberg Hunsche were two sports C Jones were bones Kamm were a ham Llewellyn were a felon Lockmann were watchman Meir were mare Mersinger were a messenger Schlemer were fatter Sheer were coarse Snow were rain Tennikait were 'can't take West were East Wrobel were rebel Paddock were Padlock Arth were mathematics Bouse were a mouse Cook were a butcher Howe were 'where' Stock were bond Lewis were Sch eling Lyons were lambs Poli were a sausage Rood were unrude Schrameck were a shamrock Knobby were a door knob Stein were twine Taake were give 'W1lk1e"were Roosevelt Heinlein were a clothesline Ackerman were bakerman DeT1enne were gum Droy were Troy Hanks were 'thanks' Hood were a bonnet Levo were 'leave go' Meikamp were 'your camp' Peck were a bushel Peckar were wood lpeckerl Perry were Winnie lwinklel Sch erbauch were a hammock Scott were shot Scully were gulley Thomas were to make a promi Porter were mortar Callen were Colleen hun small holes t, ski, it' 89 Burl Porter has a girl with scarlet red hair and big blue eyes. Mr. Siefferman and Mr. Brucker belonged to the Men's Ballet Club and once did a ballet dance together. Miss Lenz goes to Africa each summer for her health. Millie Collins never wishes to marry. Kenny Loyet always knits his own socks. Floyd Langenwalter intends to go on Broadway soon after graduation. John Pavliein intends to give cooking lessons at the VFox Theatre every Saturday e James Bertorello will prophesy the fut- ure for President Roosevelt. Doris Binney has her heart set on a green emerald from Marvin May be- fore he graduates. Virgil Gebhart never intends to play basketball after this year because his best girl worries over his physical condition. Kenneth Hanfelder is going to pose for Paul Riebold, who is a great art- ist during the summer months. Eugene Stein and Roy Wittman are really fighting over the same'g1rl, but she is now going with Vernon S. Alfons Pranaitis and Betty Jane Thomas are going into business for them- selves as man and wife. Kenneth Engeling is going to Hollywood for a screen test. Dorothy Stelnmeyer and Lorine Niehaus are going to do something about getting a theatre in Troy and are thinking about hiring Robert and Russell Taake as ushers. Jack Weir and Billy Lewis are our star opera singers, only they do not want us to know about it. vlllIl!""--r-W n-'Y' 1- '- - ..,y--..-,--....,,-,- !" - 'fm' --V' Afiiixiiiit SCHOOL HIT PARADE We Three--Faye Bybee, Georgia West, and Norma Werner When I'm the President--Mearl Wohlgemuth fwilkiel Somebody Stole My Gal--Delbert Hanke I Tore up Your Picture When You Said Goodbye--Mr. Siefferman Oh Johnny--Betty Jane Thomas Playmates--Imogene Reiffer and Doris Binney Wishing--Narissa Scott 1James Cravensl Your a Sweet Little Headache--Geneva Wooten CMank Weidery Where Do I Go From You--Mildred Bouse KDelbert Hankel Chatterbox--Dorothy Snow You've Got Me out on a Limb--Jack Weir KBetty Jean Roodl Beer Barrel Polka--Omar Hampton High on a Windy Hill--Anna Wrobel I Don't Want to Make History fAnc1ent Historyl--Leonard Hood An Apple for the Teacher CGeometryD--Frenchie Capelle Oh, How I Hate to Get up in the Morning--Joe Nemnich Smiles--Virginia Schrameck Roller Skating On A Rainbow--Mickey Jones Scatterbrain--Donald Snow The Love Bug Will Bite You--Imogene Reiffer Let's Go Meet The Moon In the Valley CLaVerne Schlemerl Mearl Wohlgemuth I Love You Truly--Frieda Gaultney fArt Bressl LATEST LIBRARY BOOKS Ten Easy Lessons On How To Skip Classes--Lester Frangen One Easy Lesson on How to Win your girl Back--Delbert Hanke Talking Drums--Pearl Wyatt How To Win and Influence Girls--Bill Schmitt Cure for Insomnia--Jule Kamm King Arthur of Our School--'Mank' The Voyagers--Glen Carbon and Roxanna students The Star Gazer--Alfons Pranaitis 54-40 or Fight CTroy Favor,--Bill Lewis A Man For the Ages--Merele Jones The Man of Property--Omar Hampton The Mutineers--Leonard Hood and James Capelle Far from the Madding Crowd--Joseph Nemnich Voice of the People--Mearl Wohlgemuth For Whom the Bell Tolls--Millie-Marie Collins The Beloved Gagabond--Verna Meikamp The Light That Failed--Les Frangen Conquered--Verna Drique KEGKJ A Bevy of Girls--Berniece Gerstenecker, Virginia Koch, Ruth Hall, Pauline Live for Tomorrow--Richard Callen We--Betty Modene, Waltona Eilers Lost Endeavor--Bill Schmitt What Is She Like--Doris Forberg Days of Our Years--McCray-Dewey Growing Up--Norma Bollinger Virginia--Virginia Koch Quietly My Captin Waits--Laverne Capella Men of Iron--Basketball Squad Schmerbauch, Pearl Wyatt 'Q ' X X z 'ml A dim aria W-41 Ji 45 -:4 s - I gh uf-f I WCM- ' ,Q F Xa 1 1 .- N 4 7 4 - i L V 4- My '-:H I 1 1 .eiiiitiia HE Epilocuc y , , 69 T 151611 519 2526162 X af, 4619 t t C56 GOOD AD-VICE Here they are kids--the ads. 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It is well to have a connection here. EDWARDSVILLE NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS CALL IT WHAT YOU WILL-- eoooosooit makes th! wheels go roundl GOOD CREDIT is an intangible something with a very tangible value. Call it reputation for prompt payment, faith in a person or busi- ness firm, financial responsibility--call it what you will, but the fact remains that it is essential in this modern world. Cred- it makes the wheels go round! GOOD CREDIT is just as important to an individual as to a business firm. Until you graduate, it may mean little to you directly, be- cause you depend not on your own credit but on that of your par- ents. But when you reach man's estate and begin footing your own bills, it becomes one of your most valuable assets. It is simple, too: pay obligations promptly, spend LESS than you earn, and keep a bank balance of more than required for everyday needs. AFTER GRADUATION, KEEP YOUR CREDIT GOOD! 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