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WE., THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1938, SINCERELY DEDICATE THE F orezwoao MAY THIS PUBLICATION OF THE TUSCOLIAN SERVE AS A RECORD OF PAST EVENTS AND A HAPPY REMINDER OF THE HAPPENINGS OF THE WHICH HAS PASSED CAN NEVER RETURN, BUT THE MEMORIES OF THE PAST MAY BE FAR RICHER THAN THE EXPERIENCE ITSELFQ WE SINCERELY HOPE YOU ENJOV THE HAND PAINTINGS WHICH SIGNIFY THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE CLASS MEMBERS, AS WELL AS THE RE CORD OF ACTUAL INCIDENTS AND THE PHOTOGRAPHS SCHOOL YEAR, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY'EIGHTa TIME I TUSCOLIAN STAFF EDITOR IN-CHIEF... ......... .. ........MAx SPARKS .RUBY BEECHER ASSISTANT EOITOR. noses nuance ocoo ART EDITOR. ASSISTANT ART EOITORs..5...... BUSINESS MANAGER.. ASSISTANT BUSINESS AcTIvITIEs EDITOR. GIRLS' ATHLETICS BOVS' ATHLETICS A NNI EDITOR. .. MANAGER. C ASSISTANT ALUMNI EDITOR JoxES.... 1 oouooesssoou SNAPSHOT EO I TOR ASSISTANT SNAPSHOT EDITOR TYR I ST . MI MEOGRAPH I NG FACULTY Aov ISERS GLADYS LESTER NANAIA KNAPP YOUTHEL CoLwELL MARGERV GEORGE RUBY BEEOHER DICK MOORE FRED FAITI-I .HELEN KRESIN MARGERY GEORGE .BILL ILES .... ...JEAN ARTHUR HARRIETT REEDER PHYLLIS WIESENER ...ALBERTA RANDOLPH GLENN ARMSTRONG VARY KATHLYN htu-:NNAN GEORGE O MARIS MAX SPARKS . HARRIET J SLUSS ALBERTA NAGNUSSON - Ill O 0 . .. .... .......... ... .... . . .... ... . . .. . ... Q01 I llc A . . ... .. ... .... .. .. ... .... ... . .. .... LU . .... .. . .. .. .. . ...BETTY COLLINS ..... . .. ... . .. . .. ..... ..... , .. .... , ...... ....... . .... . ..... .... . . . . .... , .... . . . .. . . X -.1 H H H H H X ' I l . i . H H - w h , x V H 7, ' . H . 'H fx, X2 f 'N , H ' 5, Hi ,V H X H H . . ,. , H ,- , . ,N M: .. ! -Txflf " - ' ,sf 'TQ ' H H A f I 4 ,H gH,g:H:f 1 1 H . .Hgg-H: I '.qHLz-. - Hi H- I .':,v'. 41 N- ' 1 H vi' ' ' ' H H H H .4 K H. I - X H l,l3'f4.v h A 4 I H DH- ' A I H H - H 'H I ' 'B. . 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IT G R COLLINS MILLIKIN ILLINOIS CARL J HENNING ILLINOIS ALBERTA MAGNOSSON REX 'ENOIT MICHIGAN ILLINOIS HARRIET SLUSS R C WULLIMAN BERTHA E FLACK ILLINOIS A B WESLEYAN ILHIOI LOUISE FRANTZ FRANCES MARTIN DOROTHY DEER PALMER Cox MARGARET LEAK A B NORTHWESTERN A B FRANKLIN ILLINOIS A B CENTRAL NORMAL A M ILLINOIS JEANETTE NORTON LENORE STEPNENSON FRANCES HOWARD ILLINOIS HILLI I ILLINOIS A M ILLINOIS B.S. ' RIS: AIR: . . ' O I M.S. A 3 A.B. ILLINOIS E.I.S.T.C. A.B. ILLINOIS T.C.H.S. '35 I I - Q I B050 I O B.S. A.B. . K N A.B. 11 .4 -.Q 11, nn ff f env 111 .1 1 or-nffgf Umar' L !'f7f'f"'f f . JF, I A . 1. flw. . , 1 rl 47 1 1 nn awww, .ox 2 f 1 AFL ,f,,1,H , 1 ,,, A ,, N V- ff f- f,'f.,".'.' ff,-Q X35-P 414' XP X YY Hifi.,-gb HTH! uf xb xl N .-7" 7 f 1 Xfx SSVENUCDER is-W sly was ...- Ms . ' ' 'N X x .....,...,A . wH,,,m t-,-ff-5 Q ,J ,, MT A"' ' cp A"U ff'7'42v'Z5"?'3" s' - ' " Y---P - ' ' -4 W. .-' 4---. ....:.,,..f:L -.... ............,.... K . .ef - .V 'LZ V L . : C7 4 F 333355 ' 'zA Y?Eff ?.w' .A I f N1 '.m+ .,L, ,.L4 Hi: , ! 4 Q U W . ' ".. , H n I , 0 . ' l 'f ' Q 1 l . li A 742.2 i V , f if ,i.' -' - 1 0 i ' . ' K I f ' , W Qgiifi' SCHOOL COLORS OLD GOLD AND BLACK HIGH SCHOOL SONG CNCE AGAIN, HERE AS SCHOOLMATES ASSEMSLED, WE PAIN WOULD LIFT OUR HEART1 IN SONG, TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL, OUR DEAR ALMA MATER, LET GLADNESQ THE MOMENTS PROLONG VE ARE PROUD OF OUR LADS AND OUR LASSE5, CF HONORS WON IN DAYS GONE BY, SO HERE'S A CHFER FOR OUR OLD HIGH SCHOOL, CHOROUS HERE'5 TO OUR GLASSES, HERE'S TO OUR LASSES, HLRE'S TO OUR LADS THLY IDORE, HERE'S TO THE SENIORS SO AIGHTY, JU IORS SO FLIGHTY, NFRESHIES AND SUPHOMORESN LET MIRTH HND GLADNESS, UTNISH fLL SADNESS, AND AS THE DAYS GO DY, YOU'LL FIND Us READY HND STEADY, READY AND STEADY, SOOSTING TUSCOLA HIGH. FOR OUR OLD HIGH SCHOOL, OUR DEAR OLD HIGH. N . , ,. - Y - HAROLD ALLEN T C H S 1,2,3,4 TREASURER 4, STUDENT COUNCIL 2, DEBATE 2,3,4, PRESS CLUB 2,3,4 THESPIANS 3,4, TRACK NBR 1,2, BASKETBALL NbR 1, GROWING PAINS SPRING FEVER NEW FIRES DOROTHY BENNER T H,S ,2, ,4g G A A 2,3,4, BETTY COLLINS G A A 1,2, PRESS CLUB 1,2,3,4 GLEE CLUB 1,2,3,4, PRESIDENT 3, DEBATE 3,4, VICE PRESIDENT 4, STUDENT COUNCIL 3, PRESIDENT 3, THESPIANS 2,3,4 BAND 1,2,3,4, SECRETARY 4, SCOUTS 1,2, HONOR SOCIETY 4, ANNUAL STAFF 4, ROAD TO ROMANY UNCLE DUDLEY SPRING FEVER PENNY PI RATES PROMPTER NEW FIRES LELAND DOTY H S 2,3,4 BAND 1,2, , THESPIANS 4 GLEE CLUB 4, JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 2 I GLENN ARMSTRONG T C H S 1,2,3,4 BASKETBALL 4, TRACK 3,4, GROWING PAINS HAzEL BRATCHER PESOTUM 1,2,3 C H S GLEE CLUB 1, , ASK THE PROFESSOR YOUTHEL COLWELL PRESS CLUB 1,2, GLEE CLUB 1, ANNUAL STAFF 4, NEW FIRES RUTH EDWARDS WILLIAMSTON 1, SEC TREAS 1, CHARLESTON 3, T C H S ,4, NEW FIRES EAN ARTHUR T C H S ,2, ,4 STUDENT COUNCIL 1 PRESS CLUB 1,2,3,4 CHIEF NEWS ED 4 GLEE CLUB 1,2,3,4, BAND 1,2,3,4, SCOUTS 1,2,3,4 DEBATE 2,3,4, SECRETARY 3,4, THEJPIANS 2,3,4 HONOR SOCIETY SEC TREA5 4 D A R EP ANNUAL STAFF 4 NNID IN JAPAN GROWING PAINS SPRING FEVER PENNY PIRATES btw FIRES FERN CAzEL T C H S 1,2,3, LOIS COOK a 4 RUBY BEECHER T C H S 1,2,3,4 GLEE CLUB 4, ANNUAL STAFF 4, JAMES CLINTON INA 1,2,3, H S INTRAMURAL CHARLENE COY PRESS CLUB 1,2,3, EDITOR 3,4, GLEE CLUB 1,2,3,4 BAND 2,3,4, A A 1,2, ,4 THESPIANS 3, DEBATE 4, CHEERLEADER 4, HONOR SOCIETY 4, GROWING PAINS SPRING FEVER MAID IN JAPAN ROAD TO ROMANY PENNY PIRATES NEW FIRES FRED FAITH H S 1,2,3,4 PRESIDENT 2, STUDENT COUNCIL 4, BASKETBALL 1, FOOTBALL 2, ,4 TRACK 1,2,3, AG CLUB 1, T CLUB 1,2,3,4, ANNUAL STAFF 4, 0000 g .Ill g OOOD1 39 'li' I 5 I I ' 9 9 D ' o 3,4, - . , D O O R O i OCD O 1 3 g O D O o , use Tcuoodg TOCOOQ4, 2 3, TOCIHISO 1g2'3,4' T.C.H.S. 1'2g3'a' TOCOHQSO 1,2,3,4, TDCOHQSO 1,2,3,4, O B O 4, A 9 2: GB 1 I V' 3 g .. 4. O TOC! A 0 19 Q TICO O B , 3 4, ' O l O U C l 2 3 T 'ff-T Q, Fi he . ff' FUN 41 T r-1 CLASS HISTORY THE CLASS or '38 HAS COAPLETED FOUR YEARS OF HISTORY MAKING IN THE YEARD OF '34 '35 THIS CLASS ENTERED HIGH SCHOOL WITH 78 MEMBERS. THE OFFICLRS WERE PRESIDENT, HAROLD SEIP, vICE PRESIDENT, GEORCE O DMRIS, SECRETARY AND TREASURER, HARQIETT REEDEP, STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBER, JEAN ARTHUR. THE CLASS ADVISERS WERE flSS SLUSS AND MISS DEER. THE OUT STINDING EVENTS WERE THE MADOUERADE, OPERETTA, AND THE PICNIC AT THE END OF SCHOOL THE SOPHOMORE CLNJS CONSISTEO or GJ MDIDERS. THE CLASS OFFICERS WERE PRESIDENT, FRED FfITH, VICE PRESIDENT, DICK MOOPE, SECRETARY TREASURER, PHYLLIS WIESENER, STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBER, COLLINS PLAYED THE LEAD IN 'THE ROAD TO ROMANY.W THE OFFICERS THE JUNIOR YEAR XERE PRESIDENT, JOHN KOEHN, VICE PRESIDENT, FQED FAITH, SECRETARY AND TREASURER, BILL ILES, STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBER, BETTY COLLINS. BETTY wAS ALSO PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL THIS YEAR. THE JUNIOR PLAY 'GROVING PAINSn, WAS vERY SUCCESSFUL WITH CHARLENE POY, JEAN ARTHUR, HAROLD ALLEN, AND Nkx SPARKS TAKING THE LErDINO ROLES, AND DIRECTED BY MTS. GRACE MOORE PATRICI . THE CLASS ENTERTAINED THE SENIORS ROYALLY IN AN OLD ITALIAN GARDEN AT THE JUNIOR SEIIOR RECEPTION. MARIAN.E STEPHEN'5 ORCHESTRA FURNISHED THE MUSIC FOR THE DANCE DURING THE SENIOR YEAR GEORGE CD PMRIS wAS PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT, TVX SPARKS, SECRETfRY TREASURER, HAROLD ALLEN, STUDENT COUNCIL, FRED FAITH. CLASS ADVISERS WERF MISS SLUSS AND MISS who NUJSOND IN COHPLETING THEIR POUR YEAIS OF HIGH SCHOOL wORK THE SENIORS MADE A GREAT SUCCESS OF THEIR CLASS PLAY CALLED 'NEW FIRESN WHICH wAS DIRECTED BY MISS LEAK THE MENDERS OF THE CLIS5 TAKEN INTO THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY WEPE Tux SPARKS, HARRIETT REEDEI, JEAN ARTHUR, BETTY COLLINS, HELEN KRESIN, AND CHARLENE COY. I' ' " . , . A O . A ' A l 4 P r C I HAROLD ALLEN. THE ADVISERS WERE MISS SLUSS AND MISS FRANTZ. BETTY sf : ' I A V I A . - 'P Q C D I . " 7 I JOYCE FETHFROLF CARMARGO 1, H S 2,J, THESPIANS 3,4, JR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 4, GROWINF PAINS SPRING FEVFR PENNY PIRATES GEORGE HARONIGR H S 1,2,3, JUNIOR CLASS PLTY '36 M RGEQY GEOPGE H S 1,z, ,4 A AINUAL STAFF 4, GROWING PAINS VIRGINIA HELM CAMARGO 1, , GLEE CLUB 3,4, LYLE KELLOGG JOYCE KING T H S 1,2, ,4, P GROWING PAINS CANARGO 1,2 AILEEN KRUSE GdECWB1g, GLADYS E LESTER C H S 1, , ,4 4 5 , GLEE CLUB 1,2, G A A l,2,3, MNID OF JAPAN ANNU L STAFF 1, JOHN GOOOE P H 1,2, AG CLUB 1,E O ' R I T FLUB TPACY CAPTAIN 4, H s BILL YLES URJANH HIGH 1,2 SEO TREAS 3 FOOTBALL 2,3, QASKETBALL 3,4 TRACK 3, ANNUAL STAFF f T FLUA 4, ELEOTRICIAN GROWING DAIN5 PREJS CLUU 4 PENNY PIHRTEJ IAHAL KNIPP H S 2,3,4, aLLE CLUB 1 P,5,4 G A A 1,Z,3, HAND 1,7,3,4, Sc UTS 1, ANJUAL STAFF 4, DOROTHY GOOOSON H S BAND 1,2, GLFE CLUB 1,2 AA 1:9 THESPIANS 2,3,4 PRESIDENT 4, CHEERLEADCR 2, SCOUTS 1, HEPE COMES LHARLIE YOUR UNCLh OUDLEY SPPING FEVER NEv FIRES GERALDINE JAY 4 S , GIRL RESERVES GROWING P INS HELEN KRE IN HS 7913 DCBAIE 3,4, PRESS PLUG 1,7,3,4 ANNU L ST FF 4, HONOR SOCIETY 4 IARY K NELENNAN T C H S 1,2, 4 UAND 1,2,3, ANNUAL STAFF 4, NEU FIRES ' - Tscq In o. J g Tous .ass 394, Taco O o g1.,2,3,4g T.C. O s - 4, GQAQ 5 1,2,3,4, "9 X F Bupa s fy . 9 O ' I' O ,, Go o O 2 3, " A .I R ' ' g - FoFo.o 3 4, '. , 3, l Taco 0 9 4' A. 2 ' U , Tocnio u 3 4, BOY SCOUTS 1,2,3,4, T.C.H.S. 3,4, T.C.H.S. 1,2,3,4, CHAMPAIGN 1,2, I W "' -' c , x ' ' 4, I 1, ' L I +, .F . , acc o s 3 TcuoHsSc 3,4, -tocu yuan 1' I TOC: O u 1. 2 3 4 ' 'lm Q ' I sv 1 no ' v CJ , T.... 23 , T.C.I..3-4, 3,, .-J 'LT TUSCOLA WEEKLY EYE-OPENER JJLY 12 , 1963 Two wEFKS AGO, AT THE REQUEST OF MRS RITA ANN NEVER MCCARTHY, wIFE OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL, WE PRINTED A NOTICE ANNOUNCING PLANS FOR THE TwENTY FIFTH REUNION OF THE CLASS OF 1938 OF TUSCOLA HIGH. THE RESPONSE HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS AND ALL MEMBERS OF THE CLASS HAvE BEEN LOCATED. ALL HAVE PROMISED TO BE PRESENT, AS HAROLD ALLEN, PRESIDENT OF THE AMALGAMATED RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA HAS OFFERED FREE ROUND TRIP TRANSPORTATION FOR ALL CLASS MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. TRAINS VILL BE MET BY TAxIS FROM THE LYLE KELLOGG BARBER STRIPE TAXI SL VICE, WHICH WILL PROVIDE FREE RIDES TERSON SPRINGS GLENN ARMSTRONG, FOR TwENTY YEARS OWNER FAMOUS AMUSEMENT GROUNDS, HAS TURNED IT OVER TO THE CLASS FOR THE DAY. GASOLINE FOR THE TAxIS IS BEING FURNISHED BY WILLIAM WOODS, OWNER OF A GASOLINE AND OIL CORPORATION TO PAT OF THE MRS, JEAN ARTHUR NtlNTYRE, OUR PROMINENT SOCIETY MATRON, wITH THE ASSISTANCE OF HER CAPABLE SECRETARY, MARY KATHLYN NbLENNAN, IS SENDING DETAILS T0 ALL CLASS MEMBERS. PRESIDENT OF THE WOMENVS CLUB. MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED BY LELAND DOTY'S ORCHESTRA, FEATURING THE vOICE OF MISS BETTY COLLINS. CON- GRESSWOMAN NWHALA KNAPP, AND CHARLENE COY, PROMINENT LECTURER, WILL ORATE INDEFINITELY FROM THE PLATFORM4 A WIRE FROM LYLE PETRY, HOLLYWOOD PRODUCER, STATES HE IS BRINGING TWO STARS, MAx SPARKS AND DOROTHY GOODSON, AND THE FAMED CHORINE, JOYCE KINGO GEORGE HARD- wICK IS BRINGING SOME OF THE PERSONNEL FROM HIS MAMMOTH CIRCUS, AMONG THEM GEORGE O MARIS, STRONG MAN, AND WANDA ROBERTSON, THE TRAPEZE ARTIST, AND NTRTHA RODERICK, HULA DANCER RUTH EDNARDS, TEAROOM HOSTESS, IS PLANNING THE MENU FOR THE NOONTIDE MEAL THE SERVING WILL BE IN CHARGE OF ROSEMARY SMITH, HEAD WAITRESS AT THE WALDORF ASTORIAQ MRS. DOROTHY BENNER ARNOLD IS SENDING SEVERAL FINE BEEVES FROM HER HUSBAND'S SEVEN THOUSAND ACFE R NON IN WYOMINGO THE MEAT WILL BE BARBECUED AND SERVED WITH VEGETABLES FROM THF EARLE SNIDER TRUCK FARMSO THERE WILL BE COFFEE FROM THE DICK MOORE NHOLESALE HOUSE, WITH CREAM FROM THE CLIFFORD STEVENS DAIRY. LIGHTING DISPLAYS WILL BE WIRED BY BILL ILES, ELECTRICAL EN- GINEER. B OADCASTING THE PROGRAM WILL BE IN CHARGE OF HEEL MOHR, WNAQ'S POPULAR ANNOUNCERO fill' -I F I Fl - T IU 3 ' ' 0 I3 P l I . A E I S. ' 'I ' A' KD ' PJ Fl IP W 5 I 2 C7 I ffl - U U2 -4 , 0 E O W 27 Fl -i -I I 30 F1 m ' U F1 Z . x . I U1 O 2 . 0 Q I HELEN KRESIN, FLORIGT, WILL SUPPLY FLOWERS FOR THE TABLE AND STAGE DECORATIONS AILEEN KRUSE, MANAGER OF CHlCAGO'S DAY NURSERY, wILL BRING NURSES TO TAKE CHARGE OF ALL CHILDREN, INCLUDING MAX SPARRIS THIRTEEN KIDS. SPORTS AND AHUSEHENTS WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF SY FRED FAITH, U. OF I. COACH, AND PHYLLIS WIESENER, P T. INSTRUCTOR AT VASSAR. JIM RITCHEY, ACE PILOT, WILL STUNT AND TAKE PASSENGERS UP FREE GENEROUS CASH CONTRIBUTIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FROM HAROLD SEIP, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE AMALGAMATED RAILROADS, AND WARREN RANDALL, OWNER OF CONEY 'SLAND YOUTHEL COLWELL, FAMED SHORT STORY WRITER, WILL WRITE UP THE DAY'S EVENTS FROM NOTES MADE WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF EDNA MAY RAHN, PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. OTHERS WHO WILL BE PRESENT AT THE REUNION, EACH RENDERING VALUHBLE ASSISTANCE, ARE THE FOLLOWING LOIS COOL, FORMER SEC RETARY TO WOOLWORTH JR WHO FINALLY MARRIED HFR ROSS, JAUN'TA RANDOLPH, GREETING CARD NRTISI, WHO DRAW9 HOSI OF OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS, IOLA PHILLIPS, COPY WIITER WITH A LARGE ADVERTISING COR PORATION IN PHlLxDfLPH'A, AND MARGERY GEORGE, DIRECTOR IN THE YEL AFTER A LONG SEARCH GERALDINE JAY ICKES WAS LOCATED IN CHINA, WHERE HER HUSBAND HAS LARCE OIL INTERESTS. SHE HAS BEEN ACTIVE IN MISSIONARY WORK IN CH'NHD ALBERTR RANDOLPH W S FOUND IN ST. LOUIS, MODELING FASHIONS IN THE YE HAT QYE GODSII ND YE DRESS SHOPPE OWNED AND OPERATED BY VIRGINIA HELMS SOME OF THOCE WHO .TILL LIVE IN THE OLD HOME TowN ARE A BERTA RAHN, JARMAN HOSIITAL MATRON, LEROY NAVEL, wHO FARMS SEVEN SECTIONS OF LAND IN A GIG WAY, AND JOYCE FETHEROLF, LATIN PROFESS OR IN OUR NEW UNIVERSITY. GLADYS LESTER AND HER VIOLIN wILL ENTERTAIN WITH SOME OF THE SELECTIONS HE HMS USED IH HER CONCERTS SEFOIE THE CROWNED HEADS OF EUROPE. NWNY OF OUR NUMBER NOW RESIDE IN CHICAGO. ESTHER MANWARING IS THE PRINCIPAL BUYER FOI THE LARGEST DRESS SHOP OF THAT CITY, JAMES CLINTON IS A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR. HE HAS BUILT MANY SKY SCRAPERS IN THE GREAT CITY, HND A NUMBER OF FINE APARTMENT HOUSES. E O O T . I. " I, . A - . I LOWSTONE GIRLS' CAMP.FOR GIRLS. .1 S' ' 2 L- : A F . I FERN CAZEL IS RENTAL MANAGER IN ONE OF THESE HAZEL SHATOHER IS HEAD SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR WITH THE NATIONAL TELEPHONE COMPANY WHICH HAS ITS MAIN OFFICE IN CHICAGO. Ruev BEEOHEH IS HOSTESS YE SWANKE NIGHTE CLUBBL. IN NEI Yonx UE H VE LOLf NHVEL, x CHICK NEISPAFER REPORTER WITH THE NEW YORK TIMFS, IND DOPOTHY PECK, OENTIST, OF HIGH RE FUTE, HND ROY SIMPSON, FOMBINHTION PHAUFFEUR ND BUTLER. JOHN GOOOF IS OOINANOEH IN-CHIEF OF THE U S HPMY, ND LHQT, SUT NOT LEAST, YE EDITO VILL T IIS FFET OFF THE DESX LONG EHOUPH T3 JTROLL DOWN TO THE G THEQING N C7 I - AT K I1 Rf . L' , I- . . '. AND DEAN AT WEST PDIHT, DRAWING A SALARY OF A HALF-MILLION EACH YEAR. A 'E 1. I I1 J QE I . ' - . I. L C ' A I . Q IJ if 1 I ESTHER NANWARING H-3oos GAA I, TNTRA NDRAL SPORTS GEORQE U NARIS H S I I VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT 4, :SAID 1,Z,3,4 STUDENT COUNCIL T CLUU J,1, VICE PRESIDLNT FOOTBALL 3, C T IN O F TR cn SQU O 1 M-IRL NOI-IR H S ,2, 1 AG CLUB 1,2,3, A 1 '79 ff? SCOUTS 2,3,4, 4 GRUVING P 4 NEw FIRES DICK MOORE T H S 3,4 VICE PRES 2, PRESIDENT 1, PRESS CLUB T CLUB 4, LATIN CLUB ANNUAL STfFF 4 NEW FIRES BUS MGR NEW FIRES OXO RY 'EIOER PR S CLUL 1, ANNUAL STfFF 4, LEROY NAvEL LOL NAVEL H 5 ,3,-I, 0 H IOLA PHILLIPS PESOTUM 2, H S GLEE CLUB THE PIRATES OF WARREN RANDELL PENGANCE DOHUTHY PECK 4 5 1.2, , GIA ,+ GLEE QUIET PRESS CLUB I POAO TO ROMANY GROUING PA N5 NEW FTHFS LYLL PETRY I 17 197 THESPIANS 3 AG LLUB 2,3, TVLKIQR 2 ALBERTA RAHN EDNA MAE R HN H S 1,2,J, , H S , GLEE CLUB 4, ALBERTA RANDOLPH JUANITA RANDOLPH TOCOHQSO l,2,3,4, TQCQHQSI 1,2,J,I, T.C.H,S. 1,2,3,4, ANNUAL STAFF 4, Tgcg 'fro 1 3 3 4, Taco 0 l 1 2 3,4, TOCO O 0 1 3,47 OCC 0 I 21 1 n O a 2 3 4, ' , 49 ' 0 FOFO 0 ,I- A, SOTAHOSQ 1, ,-,r , , V, ' , ' I AINS A I 4, - 3 4 , 4, Tr' 41 ' T 9 AP A n.J. 4, , ' A -,2,.a,I,, ,- , . H 4 HA JAP T ES P - T.C. .'. 1,2 f T.C.H.'. 1,2,3,4, T.C.'. . 3 4, T.C.L.S. ,L,3,4, FIFIII 3,49 Fuxulo 3 ", Fur'-.Ae 2 ' U -129 A n .-x V, , I I ' Z1 hu , 3, TQCO I O T A Taco 0 0 1,2 39'-1, TOC! 9 U 1.4, ...ff W7 CLASS WILL THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT or THE CLASS OF 1938, or THE CITY or TUSCOLA, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, IN THE STATE or ILLINOIS, IS MADE THIS TENTH DAY OF APRIL, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT WE, THF CLASS OF 1938, or THE CITY OF TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS, COUNTY or DOUGLAS, BEING OF SOUND MIND, DO HEREDY MAKE, PUBLISH, AND DECLARE THIS, OUR LAST WILL HND TESTAMENTO FIRST IT IS OUR WILL THAT ALL OUR FUNERAL EXPENSES AND OTHER JUST DEBTS BE FULLY PAID BY THE CLASS OF '39 SECOND WE DO GIVE AND BEQULATH TO THE CLASS OF '39, CAPITAL, KNOWLEDGE, AND PRIVILEGL, KNOWN AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS ALL CAPI TAL REMAINING AFTER ALL EXPENSES ARE PAID, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF AMERICAN HISTORY, CIVICS, PHYSICS, AND OTHER SUBJFCTS WHICH THE CLASS OF '39 HAS NOT YET MASTEPED, AND OUR PRIVILEGES AS DIGNIFIED SENIORS, SUCH A5 BOSSING UNDERCLASSMLN, BEING TEICHLRS' PETS, ARRIVING LATE T0 CLASSES AND ESCAPE FROM DETENTIONO THIRD WE, THE CLASS or 1938, DO HEREBY WILL AND BEQUEATH THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO SAID PERSONS. To MR WMLLIMAN, HAROLD ALLEN'S AND ROY THAYER'S WSOUTHERN ROSE.N To MISS LEAK, DOROTHY GOODSON LEAVES THE THESPIANS. To LHSS JTEPHENSON, LENOY NAVEL LEAVES HIS HEIGHTO To THE AFORE'MENTlONED MEMBERS or THE FACULTY AND TO THOSE NOT MENTIONED WE LEAVE OUR DEEPEST AFFECTIONS, AND SINCERE APPRECIATION or THE HELP WHICH THEY HAVE SD KINDLY GIVEN US. To PHYLLIS HOWARD, CHARLENE Cov'S FEUD WITH PATO To A BONNETT IBELGYI, WE LEAVE VIRGINIA HELM'S AND GEORGE HARD- WICK'S TALKATIVENESS. AMRTHA RODERICK LEAVE THEIR SHE'LL USE THEM WELL. To BETTY RADCLIFF, AILEEN KRUSE AND EXCESS LIPSTICK AND TIEEZERS IN THE HOPE FRED FAITH LEAVES HIS FOOTBALL PANTS TO FRANCIS TUBAY. GEORGE O MARIS LEAVES HIS DEEP BASS VOICE TO Boa PARKER. GLENN ARMSTRONG AND MAX SPARKS LEAVE THEIR WALKING HASITS TO Fos TER NUSSEARO To MICKEY NENEILL, LELAND DOTY LEAVES HIS YEARS OF EXPERIENCE ON THE HORNO sf - . L L . , A I , . O I O -A 1 0 i " 1 ' ' un 4 . , , . o f - N , T, . I, . . s O I D E -. I I rf f . . A . I , I U I Q ROY THAYER HARRIETT REEDER T C H S ,2, TREASURER 1, HONOR SOCIETY 3, VICE PRESIDENT 4, PRESS CLUB 1,2,3,4 GIRL SCOUTS 2,3,4, G A A 1,2,4, DEBATE 2,3,4 TREASURER 3, PRESIDENT 4, ANNUAL STAFF 4, NKRTHA RODERICK T C H,5 1,2,3,4, GLEE CLUB 2,3,4, GROWING PAINS NEw FIRES MAx SPARKS VICE PRESIDENT 4 HONOR SOCIETY 3,4, PRESIDENT 4, PRESS CLUB 1,2,3,4 SEC TREAS 3 4 TNESPIANS 3, SEC TREAS 4 GLEE CLUB 4 AG CLUB 1,2,3,4 SEC TREAS 2 TRICK 4, F F A VICE PRES ANNUAL STAFF 4, GROWING PAINS SPRING FEVER PENNY PIRATES PHYLLIS WIESENER T H S 1,2, ,4 TREASURER 2, G A A 1,2,3, PRESIDENT 3,4, BAND 1,2,3,4, PRESS CLUB 4, ANNUAL STAFF 4, PROMPTER OF GROWING PAINS JIM RICHEY AG CLUB 1,2,3,4, T CLUB 1,2,3,4, TRACK 1,2,3,4, FOOTBALL 1,2, HAROLD SEIP T C H S 1,2,3,4 PRESIDENT 1 STUDENT COUNCIL 1, PRESS CLUB 4, GROWING PAINS SPRING FEVER PENNY PIRATES NEW FIRES JAMES RILEY T C H S 1,2,3,4 PRESS CLUB 1,2,3,4, BOY SCOUTS 1,2,3,4, ROY SIMPSON CHMARG0 1, H S 2, ,4, INTRA NUKAL SPORTS NEW FIRES CLIFFORD STEVENS FOOTBALL 2,3,4, TRACK 3,4, STAGE MGR GROMI G PAINS T CLUB 3,4, WANDA ROBERTSON H S 2,3,4 GLEE CLUB l,2,3,4 A A 1,2,3I4I CHEERLEADER 3,4, ROAD TO ROMANY GROWINC PAINS EW FIRES EARL SNIDER T C H S 1,Z,3,4, A H S , ,3,4 FOOTBALL 2,3,4, TRACK 2, AG CLUB 1,?, ,4 T CLUB 4, ROSE MARY SMITH ROUTT HIGH 1,2,3 H S 4, mEECwB1, , WAG STAFF 3, SCOUTS 4, RITA ANN MEYER T H S 1, 4 CHAMPAIGN 3, GLEE CLUB 1,2, G.A.A. 3, PRESS CLUB 3, 00001 354, nose g Tocauolg 9 4, ' G... I I an 0 0900 5 l oo',o W . ' , T.C. . . . 3 F.F. . 3,4, T.C.H.S. 1,2,3,4, T.C.H.S. 2,3,4, T.C. . . 1 2 ', 1- , A . OF - 3 , 9 ' ' ' sg, 0 4: - ., 9 " o,3p. 000 " 049 lCO.l 3, , scogs 25, T0Co,e4 loo 41 2,3 CLASS WILL fCON'Tl DOROTHY BENNER AND HAZEL BRATEHER LEAVE THEIR HEEKNESS TO MARY CROSSMANQ To HELEN FEATON, EDNA IW-E RAHN LEAVES HER EXTRA AVOIRDUROIS WANDA ROBERTSON LEAVES HER MANY FLIRTATIONS T0 MARY MARTHA HARDER GLADYS LESTER AND NKHALA KNAPP LEAVE PLANS FOR THE ARTWOII IN NEXT YEAR'S ANNUAL T0 THE JUNIORSQ FERN CAzEL AND LoIS Coon LEAVE THEIR CURLS TO ESTELLA NME RAN DOLPH A To THE CLASS or '40, DICK MOORE LEAVES HIS SALESMANSHIPA To KATHRYN TUDOR, LYLE PETRY LEAVES HIS ABILITY TO SLOW HIS REMARKS DOWN T0 THIRTY SENTENCES AN HOUR. EARL SNIDER, JAMES RILEY, AND LYLE KELLOGG LEAVE THEIR ATH LETIc ABILITY T0 THIS YEAR'S FRESHHAN aovs. fSOME MIX'UPl, BILL ILES LEAVES THE 'JILLOPYH TO JOHN KOEHN RUBY BEECHER LEAVES HER DISPOSOTION TO BETTY FETHEROLF. To HELEN FLESOR, LoLA NAVEL LEAVES HER GOLDEN LOCKS BILL Wooos LEAVES HIS INTEREST IN THE RESTAURANT TO ANoTHE ' MAN. VOUTHEL COLWELL LEAVES HER CHEM NOTEBOOK T0 Tommv THOMPSON JEAN ARTHUR LEAVES HER SAx TO JQANNE KING. To PAUL FLESOR, IOLA PHILLIPS LEAVES HER BOISTEROUS WWYS. JAMES CLINTON LEAVES HIS IIIENTAL PERFECTION TO DWIGHT HANSEN. RUTH EDWARDS LEAVES HER SHYNESS TO CHARLENE FLANIGAN NERLE MOHRIEHNES HIS GUM POPPING ABILITY TO ROBERT RILEY. ESTHER NKNWARING LEAVES HER INFECTIOUS sooo HUMOR TO DoRoTHEA WILHELM. JUANITA RANDOLPH LEAVES HER RED ANKLETS T0 KATHRYN MCQUEEN. Rov SIMPSON LEAVES HIS aoox, 'THE KEY TO PERSONALITYW T0 EARL CRANFORDQ O I ,'. MARY K. MILENNAN LEAVES HER EVER'LASTlNG GIGGLE TO PAUL FLESOR. I O R IITI C I CLASS WILL Qcowfj JIM RICHEY LEAVES HIS REPERTOIRE OF CUT UP ANTICS FOR ALGEBRA CLASS TO IARJORIE BURTNER. Bmw Cou.sNs LEAVES HER Houma QUESTIONS' TO MARILYN Sfum. UNFORTUNATE AUTHOR OF NEXT YEAR'S WILL UE LEAVE THE To me GREATEST or ABILITY THAT HE MAY WRITE AS sooo A one AS THIS To OUR DEAR ALMA MATER, THE REST OF US LEAVE THE ECHO OF OUR BOISTEROUSLY HAPOY DAYS IN HER HALLS. WE DO APPOINT TH' PRESIDENT OF THE CLASS OF '39 AS LASTLY, EXECUTOR or mrs wsu. Amo TESTHVIENT Ano oo ADJURE HIM son.eMm.v TO CARRY OUT OUR WISHES AS EXPRESSED ABOVE. S NED SEI LED PUBLISHED, ,IND OECLARED BY THE CLASS OF 1938 IG , , AS ITS LAST WILL AND TESTAHENT IN THE PRESENCE OF THE UNDERSIGNED. PRESIDENT 65. O XVIXQJMAJ SECRETARY 'Ir mud, Ojllsbvu MISS SLUSS MISS IIAGNUSSON H4-RRIETT Rzzozn jf, L664 ,ff . I .'X . 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THE OFFICERS CHDSEN FOR THE CLASS IIERE PRESIDENT, Boa PARKER, VICE PRESIDENT, JOANNE KING, SECRETARY TREASURER, HARY IIARGARET ZUMNIALT, STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE, YKRJORIE TEST. THE SPONSORS TERE MISS DEER AND NR. ASKEVJ. LE UERE QUITE PROUD TO BE So WELL REPRESENTED IN ALL FDRTIS OF ATHLETICS THE GLEE CLUC, PRESS CLUB, BAND, AND S,A A WERE SooN INCREASED av FRESHNEN TIEMSERS. THE FRESHITAN PICNIC EAS HELD LATE IN THE SPRING. IN ITS SoPHosIoRE YEAR THE CLASS CHOSE AS ITS PRESIDENT, ALICE DAVIS, III-Io LEFT SCHOOL IN OCTOBER HER PLACE UAS TAKEN av vICE PRESIDENT, IMOGENE KISTNER. OTHER OFFICERS IIERE SECRETARY TREAS URER, EIILY FRIER, STUDENT COUNCIL IEPRESENTATIVE, JOAIINE KING AGAIN THE CLASS UAS XELL REPRESLNTED IIJ ATHLETICS AND IN VAR IOUS CLUBS. THE THIRD YEAR oF OUR HIGH SCHOOL LIFE, THE OFFICERS WERE PRESIDENT, Boa BLACK, vICE PRESIDENT, IMARY IARGARET ZUIIHALT, SECRE TARY TREASURER, IARILYN SI-IITH, STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE JEAN HEATH. OUR SPONSORS WERC a ISS NDRTDN AND MR UENOITD THE CLASS HAD 62 MEMBERS- THE JUNIOR PLAY, WCRASHING SOCIETY," UAS vERY SUCCESSFUL WITH Bon PARKER, JOAIJNE KIIIC, Eoe BLACK, .ARJDRIE NEST, AND ETIILY FRIER TAKING THE LEADING PARTSD THE JJNIOR SE IIDR RECEPTION TAS A GREAT SUCCESS UITH THE JUN- IDRS ENTERTAINING THE JENIORS TAY 7, IN A DUTCH GARDEN. JOE FLDIIERIS ORCHESTRA FURNISHED .IUSIC FOR THE DANCE X ' 0 I I D . , . , k Q as . - . ' , I ' O I D . O . ,, 1' a I -' --' THE SPONSORS WERE Q.-iISs SLUSS AND I-,RS. FLACK. : 0 - - I - - - 6.07 T ' sri -"I l I . ",' 5 N' ,, 5 . . I, .N 6 1 . NNN X JUNIOR CLASS FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT EDNA MAE ALBRITTON, HELEN BALDWIN, BOB BLACK, JOHN BUNDY, PAUL COYKENDAL, EARL CRANFORD, MARY CROSSMAN, LYLE FAITH PAUL G FLESOR, EMILY FRIER, BETTY FULLERTON, JAMES GALLAGHER. FOURTH Row, LEFT TO RIGHT HELEN GASMANN, BERT GSE, RUTH HACKETT, DWIGHT HANSENg NKRY MARTHA HARDER, EUGENE HARRE, EAN HEATH, ST. CLAIR HELM, PHYLLIS HOWARD, JOANNE KING, WINIFRED KINNEY. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT BERNARD KLEISS, JOHN KOEHN, RICHARD LAKE, BILL LOMAN, VERNA LUCAS, KATHRYN NCQUEEN, HAROLD WMRIS, WAYNE NEISTER CHARLES NbORE, ROBERT PARKER, ALICE PILCHER. SECOND ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT DON PIPPEN, VERGIL RAHN, PAULINE SANDERSON, CATHERINE SCHED. BOD SEANEY, ESTHEI SEXTON, MAYOLA SHAW, JACK SMITH, NWRILYN SMITH, VERA SMITH, JOHN SNIDER FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT BARBARA STEVEN, IRENE TEETERS, JANE THOMAS TOMMY THOMPSON, KATHRYN TUDOR, CLARENCE WARTERS, MARJORIE WEST, DOROTHEA WILHELM, PEARL WILSON, MARGARET WYKOFF, MARY MARGARET ZUMWALT. SOPHOMORE CLASS FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT FERREL ALLEN, JOE ARTHUR, GUY BARNES, WALTER BENNER, MYRON BIRD, NORMA BLOMQUEST, ALvERN BONNET, MARJORIE BURTNER, FOURTH Row, LEFT T0 RIGHT BETTY FETHEROLF, VIRGINIA FITZSIMMONS, CHARLES FLANIGAN, SALLY FULLER, JOHN GATES, DORIS GEORGE, VERL GORDY, HAROLD HACKETT, JEAN HAWKINS, HELEN HEATON, VIOLET JESS, ROSETTA KEARNS THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT DEAN KISTNER, ROBERT KNAPP, BOB LAWHORN, JAMES LEONARD, WARD LEWIS, BETTY MCGUIRE, EVERETT MEYER, ELOISE MONTGOMERY, RAYMOND MONTGOMERY, JUNIOR MOORE, FOSTER NUSSEAR, JUNIOR PARKS SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT BETTY PIPPEN, RAYMOND QUINLAN, ROBERT QUINLAN, RUTH RAHN, CHARLES RflRDEN, FRANCIS RANDELL, BETTY REEDER, ROBERT RILEY, REDITH ROMINE, MARIE SCHUSTER, ROBERT SEIP, BETTY LOU SEXTONS FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT BILL SLAUGHTER, MARILYN SNYDER, EARL STARBUCK, MARTHA TAYLOR, FRANKLIN THAYER, HELEN TODD, ANITA TUDAY, FRANCIS TUBAY, WAUNETTA VON LANKEN, WILBUR WETZEL, EUGENE WHITEHEADO FRESHMAN CLASS FIFTH Row, LEFT TO RIGHT ARCHIE ARMSTRONG, ELLEN BELLOT, CARL BENSKIN, JEAN UEHRIG, CALVIN COLWELL, CYRIL COOCH, DALE COOCH, JEAN COSLET, CHARLES COY, MARY FRANCES CRANFORD, ETHEL DONLEY, ELOISE DOTY, DOLORES DUNCAN, KATHRYN ELLIS FOURTH RUN, LEFT TO RIGHT WALTER FIFER, CHIRLENE FLANAGAN, HELEN FLESOR, MARY LOUISE FULLERTON, JOHN GALIAGHER, LEONA GARRETT, TED GEORGE, JOYCE HACKETT, PEARL HANCE, ROSELLA HARDWICK, BETTY HARRIS, LILLIAN JANES, RICHARD JOLLEY. THIRD ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT ROBERT JOLLEY, NKXINE LEONARD, JUDSON NCGUIRE, AILLENE MCKIN, JACK NCKOWN, JACK MAHIN, MARGARET MILLIGAN, WILLIAM NAVEL, BILLY OVERTURF, HAROLD PFLUM, DOROTHY PILCHER, BETTY RADCLIFFQ SECOND ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT ESTELLA MAE RANDOLPH, FRANCIS RICHARDS, JANE RILEY, LEON ROWLAND, LOURINA SCHUSTER, THOMAS SHAW, JOE SLAUGHTER, BOB SMITH, DALE SMITH, WARREN SMITH, JOHN STABLER, NOAMI STERLING. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT CARL STEVENS, CONSTANCE TATE, CHARLES TAYLOR, FRANCES TEETERS, NKRCELLA TROSTLE, NKRTHA VAN DOREN, FRANCIS WARTERS, ARTHUR WILLIAMS, WILLIS WINN, ANNABELLE WISE, GENEVA WOOLVERTON, JEAN YORK. O O I I I 2 I I I O 0 HAROLD COLWELL, ROBERT COOK, HELEN COSLET, NNRON ELLIS. O I I Q F I 2 I EQ al B Q 'LREQH E E H Q L 5 U 2 'F 3 WL mm 953 353 HHNQHHHWH '53 WBB A RHW Q Q 253 533222222 f WQIHUBIRE-'QQ 'M EEE W1 if BREW ' Q WE BJ ERB I3 EN E WVR? - '-f ' In ' Q , 1 0 " ' ! 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' ' ' 'V ' ' MX: . - V 3 I FRESHMEN CLASS WE, THE FRESHMEN OF THE TUSCOLA HIGH SCHOOL KNOW THAT WE HAvE PROVIDED PLENTY OF NOISE FOR THE SCHOOL SPORTS. DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER WE ELECTED BILL HUBER PRESIDENT OF THE FRESHMEN CLASS, BUT BECAUSE HE MOVED AWAY, MARTHA VAN DOREN wAS CHOSEN TO TAKE HIS PLACE. CALVIN COLNELL WAS ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT WITH NAOMI STER LING TREASURER, KATHERINE ELLIS SECRETARY, AND JOHN GALLAGHER STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESEITATIVE. NITH THESE OFFICERS WE HAD A wELL ORGANIZED CLASS. THERE ARL A NUMBER OF FRESHMEN III THE SCHOOL CLUBS, WITH THE MAJORITY BEING IN THE BHND AND SCOUTSs THE FRESHMEN wHO MADE FINE SHOWINGS IN SPORTS WEPE CALVIN COLWELL, BILL HUBER, AND JOHN GALLA GHERO HAROLD PFLUM IS THE OUTSTANDING STUDENT IN THE CLASS. ALTHOUGH WE HAD ONLY ONE CLASS PARTY IT WAS MUCH ENJOYEDO AFTER THIS SCHOOL YEAR UGREEN FRESHIES' WILL NOT APPLY TO US PALMER Cox WE APPRECIATE THE HELP THAT THE FACULTY OF OUR DEAR OLD ALMA MATER HAS GIVEN US THIS YEAR SO THAT WE MAY MOVE UP TO BE SOPHO' MORESO SOPHOMORE CLASS IN SEPTEMBER, 1936, SEVENTY-NINE BOYS AND GIRLS WALKED INTO THE TUSCOLA HIGH SCHOOL TO ENROLL AS FRESHMEN. THE OFFICERS CHOSEN xx FOR THIS CLASS wERE PRESIDENT, LEOTA AMMONS, VICE PRESIDENT, JUNIOR MOORE, SECRETARY TREASURER, SALLY FULLER, STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE, FERREL ALLEN. THE SPONSORS OF THIS CLASS WERE MISS NORTON AND MISS PRANTZ. WHEN LEOTA AMMONS LEFT SCHOOL A FEw WEEKS AFTER THE START, JUNIOR MOOPE BECAME PRESIDENT AND WILLIAM WETZEL wAS ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT. THE CLASS W+S WELL REPRESENTED IN ATHLETICS AND MANY BOYS AND GIRLS BELONGED TO THE VARIOUS CLUBS. NEAR THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR THE FRESHMEI HELD A PICNIC IN ERVIN PARK, WHICH THEY GREATLY ENJOYEDQ IN THE SOPHOMORE YEAR THE CLHSS CHOSE FOR PRESIDENT, CHARLES FLANIGAN. VICE PRESIDENT, EAN HAWKINS, SECRETARY TREASURER, RO- BERT KNAPP, STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE, DON RUBAAT. THE SPONSORS OF THIS CLASS WERE HISS DEER AND MISS HowARD. WHEN DON RUBART LEFT SCHOOL AT THE END OF THE FIRST SEMESTER, FERREL ALLEN WAS ELECTED STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE. SEVERAL BOYS REPRESENTED THE CLASS ON THE ATHLETIC SQUADS AND MANY BOYS AND GIRLS WERE IN THE VARIOUS CLUBSO I ' I 1 -- WE HOPEI OUR FAITHFUL CLASS ADVISERS ARE R. C. WULLIMAN AND Z I 'Qi xxx A r Im E , 4, . ' Q ff 'K Al A ll I !'lTll!Jl"7I6l6JlllIYl1NE.i f f 'X I I f fx AM 9 est ew If! A 5 'M MES fr' 'Q GEQQEJ Q w Q '22 QS, X Q3 TX A B. Ng fx Q- f--ff,, X H , . "' , It--:f-E43 J, X I ' .6 f :PJ XX X4 R- QVVA . ? A":' A 221. f . -1 .1. f Q :zrEr-:-'- -'-1 a-1' N "X A ."2'2: ' 4- 4 ,- x ,f1': . ' N w " 5 'S' A,. 'L A ML i , 1:-I ANNUAL STAFF THE ANNUAL STAFF wAS oRCANIzED FDR THE PURPOSE OF PUBLISHING THIS YEAR'S TUSCDLIAN. THIS STAFF IS CDMPDSED OF FIFTEEN MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS. C MISS MAGNUSSON AND MISS SLUSS HAvE WORKED EARNESTLY WITH THE STAFF T0 MAKE OUR ANNUAL A SUCCESSFUL CNE. HONOR SOCIETY To BE ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IS CON SIDERED THE HIGHEST HONOR WHICH CAN BE BESTOWED UPON ANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT. IN ORDER TO BE ELECTED, HE MUST RECEIVE A MA JORITY VOTE OF THE ENTIRE FACULTY, WHO JUDGE HIM UPON THE FOUR PRINCIPLES, SCHOLARSHIP, CHARACTLR, LEADERSHIP, AND SERVICE: THE CANIDATE MUST BE IN THE UPPER FOURTH OF HIS CLASS. THIS IS THE THIRTEENTH YEAR OF THE EXISTENCE OF THIS SOCIETY IN OUR SCHOOL. PROGRAMS WERE SPONSORED BY THIS ORGANIZATION THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR. JEAN ARTHUR, SECRETARY TREASURER. MISS IRANTZ AND MISS DEER ARE SPONSORS OF THE DRCANIZATIDN. STUDENT COUNCIL THE STUDENT COUNCIL IS COMPOSED OF EIGHT MEMBERS, TWO BEING ELECTED FROM EACH CLASI. THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE WERE ELECTED TO IT THIS YEAR FRED FAITH, PRESIDENT, GEORGE O MARIS, VICE PRESIDENT, JEAN HEATH, SECRETARY TREASURER. THE STUDENT COUNCIL ATTENDS T0 SCHOOL PRDDLEMS. IT ACTS AS A MEDIUM BETWEEN THE FACULTY AND THE STUDENT BODY. NR. WULLINAN IS THE ADYISER OF THIS ORGANIZATION. X X1 MAX SPARKS IS PRESIDENTQ HARRIET REEDER, VICE'PRESIDENTQ - '-7 K. ' N . . , . ANNUAL STAFF STANDING, LFFT T0 RIGHT HARRIETT PEEOER, PHYLLIG NIESENER, GLENN ARMSTRONG, P B 'LES MARGERY FRED FAITH, DICK MOORE, ALBERTA QHNDULPH, JLA Y LESTER ILL , PFORSE, HELEN YRESIN SPAR G, RUEY BFEGHER, BETTY COLLINS GEORGF V hrRlS HONOR SOCIETY LEFT TO RIGHT HARRIETT REEDER, JEAN ARTHUR, BETTY FOLLINS, HELEN KRESIN, CHARLENE Gov, MAX SPARKS. STUDENT COUNCIL STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT LR NULLIMAN, AOVISER, JOHN GALLAGHER, FERREL ALLEN, Boa BLACK SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT CHARLES FLANIGAN, MARTHA VAN DOREN, FRED FAITH, JEAN HEATH, GEORGE O. MARIS. , ' I' I O O 1 , ' 3 - fx V- x F O SEATEO, LQFT TO RIGHTT AMHALA KNAPP, JEAN ARTHUR, AMRY K. NELENNAN, MAX 'zz A L , A , SA 'H . I 'I c R ' Q DEBATE CLUB THE DEBATE CLUB wAS ORGANIZED IN 1926 BY NHS FLACK AND NR COLLINS. THIS YEAR THE DEBATERS WORKED ON THE STATE QUESTION RESOLVED, THAT THE SEVERAL STATES SHOULD ADOPT A UNICAMERAL SYSTEM OF LEGISLATIOND ACTIVITIES FOR THE CLUB ARE FINANCED BY CANDY SELLING AT SCHOOL AND BASKETBALL GAMES. THE CLUB ELECTED HARRIETT REEDER, PRESIDENT, BETTY COLLINS, VICE PRESIDENT, JEAN ARTHUR, SECRETARY, AND HAROLD ALLEN, TREASURER. NRS. FLACK IS THE ADVISER or THIS CLUB. THESPIANS THE THESPIANS, AT THEIR INITIATION LAST SPRING, ELECTED AS PRESIDENT, DOROTHY GOODSON, VICE PRESIDENT, MAX PATRICK, SECRETARY TREASURER, MAx SPARKS. FULLY THEIR HOMECOMING PLAY, SPRING FEVER. NUCH OF ITS SUC CESS CAN BE CREDITED TO ITS SPLENDID CAST WHICH INCLUDED JEAN ARTHUR, Nkx SPARKS, BETTY COLLINS, HAROLD ALLEN, CHARLENE COY, DOROTHY GOODSON, BILLY LOMAN, MARGARET WYCOFF, ROBERT PARKER, JOHN UNDY, HELEN GASMANN, AND HAROLD SEIP THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE WERE INITIATED DECEMBER 10, HAVING QUALIFIED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY AND STAGE woRK HELEN GASMANN, MARGARET WYKOFF, NHRJORIE WEST, ROBERT PARKER, BILLY LOMAN, JOANNE KING, JOHN BUNDY, EMILY FRIER, LYLE PETRY, AND LELAND DOTY- THIS SPRING THEY MADE A SUCCESS or THEIR OTHER PLAY, PENNY PIRATES, WHICH INCLUDED BESIDES THE ABOvE MENTIONED MEM BERS, ADDITIONAL MEMBERS, BOB BLACK, JOYCE FETHEROLF, AND BOB MCNEIL. PRESS CLUB PRESS CLUB IS A NEWSPAPER CLUB. IN FACT, ALL THE MEMBERS IN PRESS CLUB ARE EITHER ON THE STAFF OF THE SCHOOL NEWSPAPER, OLD GOLD AND BLACK ECHOES, OR ARE REPORTERS THE nECHOES' WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1928 IN THE CITY PAPER, BUT IT WAS NOT UNTIL 1934 THAT IT BECA E A PRINTED EDITION ON ITS OWN. CHARLENE COY IS EDITOR IN-CHIEF AND MISS HOwARD IS AD VISERQ l O THE FIRST OF THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS WAS T0 PRODUCE SUCCESS' I O DEBATE CLUB STANDING, LEFT T0 RIGHT: CHARLENE COY, MRS. FLAGK, ADVISER, NMRY MARTHA HARDER, MARY CROSSMAN, WAYNE MEISTER, EMILY FRIER, HELEN KRESIN SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: BETTY REEDER, BOB PARKER, HAROLD ALLEN, HARRIETT REEDER, BETTY COLLINS, JEAN ARTHUR. THESPIANS BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT BETTY COLLINS, BILL LONAN, HAROLD ALLEN BOB BLACK, BOB PARKER, LYLE PETRY, JEAN ARTHUR MIDDLE Row, LEFT TO RIGHT NWRJORIE WEST, HELEN GASMANN, EMILY FRIER, NMRGARET WYGOFF, JOANNE KING, CHARLENE COY FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT MISS LEAK, ADVISER, JOHN UNDY, LELAND DOTY, MAX SPARKS, DOROTHY GOODSON, Aux PATRICK, Boa NENEILL. PRESS CLUB HAROLD NVRIS, HAROLD ALLEN, JAMES RILEY, RIGHARD MOORE, PAUL FLESOR, MAX PATFIEK, JETTY COLLINS, HARRIETT REEDER. MIDDLE Row, LEFT TO RIGHT MARJORIE WEST, REDITH ROMINE, JOANNE KING, NMRJORIE BURTNER, HELEN KRESIN, DOROTHY PECK, RITA MEYER, NPRILYN SMITH, BETTY REEDER. FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT MISS STEPHENSON, Boa BLACK, GEORGE MARIS, Boa PARKER, CHARLENE COY, Nhx SPARKS, Boa MCNEILL, EARL CRANFORD, MISS HOWARD, ADYISER. 3 X I I I BACK ROW, -EFT TO RIGHT: EAN ARTHUR, PHYLLIS WIESENER, Boa KOEHN, 7 s f gy my ,, M Q Q E. 1"7W'f'?' BAND FRONT ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT GEORGE MARIS, BETTY COLLINS, MARY K VCLENNAN, KEITH TINGLEY, ELOISE DOTY, KATHERINE TuDOR, ELOISE MONTGOMERY, JEAN HAWKINS, CHARLENE COY, IWXRJORIE WEST, JEAN ARTHUR, WXHALA KNAPP, MARY F CRANFORD. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT ESTHER SEXTON, SALLY FULLER, JOANNE KING, BETTY MCGUIRE, ROBERT SEIP- MARY FLESOR, MARTHA HJNDY, RICHARD PARKER, RALPH EDWARDS, HELEN STORM, ROBERT WEAVER, GEORGE FLESOR, BETTY SEXTON, HELEN COSLE . THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT ETHEL DONLEYg JEAN YORK, MARTHA VAN DOREN, JIMMY Wu' LIMAN, JACK TUDOR, MAX SPARKS, LEI.AND DOTY, PHYLLIS WIESENER, BOB BLACK, EARL CRAN ORD, EDWIN SAUER, BOB PARKER, BOB KNAPP. FOURTH Row, LEFT TO RIGHT ROBERT EDWARDS, JACK KENNEDY, GUSSIE FLESOR, DAN PONDER FIFTH Row, LEFT T0 RIGHT C J HENNING, DIRECTOR, WILLIS WINN, Boa MCNEILL, JOHN KING, JAMES SEANEY T Lua MYRON ELLIS, Boa BLACK, JUNIOR MOORE, LYLE FAITH, CHARLES FLANIGAN, MAX PATRICK FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT REX BENOIT, COACH, BILL ILES, ST CLAIR HELM, FRED FAITH, GEORGE MARIS, BILL WOODS, EUGENE HARRE, DICK MOORE G. A. A. FOURTH Row, LEFT TO RIGHT KATHERINE MCQUEEN, BETTY RADCLIFF, KATHERINE TODOR, JANE RILEY, AILEEN KRUSE, HELEN GASMANN, ROSELIA HARDWICK, MARTHA VAN DOREN, NORMA BLOMOUEST, DOROTHY PECK, ESTHER MANWARING THIRD Row, LEFT TO RIGHT HELEN FLESOR, BETW MCGUIRE, ANNABELLE WISE, DOROTHY PILCHER, RITA MEYER, CHARLENE FLANAGAN, WINIFRED KINNEY, KATHERINE SCHED, MARIIYN SNVDER, NAOMI STERLING, LEONA GARRETT. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT DOROTHY BENNER, BETTY REEDER, MXRCELLA TROSTLE, HELEN HEATON, DORIS GEORGE, BETTY FULLERTON, MARJORIE WEST, CHARLENE COY, ELOISE MONTGOMERY WXRY MARGARET ZUMIIALT FRONT ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT MISS STEPHENSON, ADVISER, REDITH ROMINE, CONSTANCE TATE, ALICE PILCHER, MARGERY GEORGE, PHYLLIS WIESENER, EDNA MAE ALBRITTON, HELEN BALDWIN, HARRIETT REEDER, BARBARA STEVEN : . I T I : . . O . C BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: JIM RICHEY, FRANCIS TUGAY, JOHN GOODE, O I O I 5 I ' 5 I BAND THE T C H.S BAND WAS ORGANIZED IN 1927 WITH AN ENROLLMENT OF 23 MEMBERS. THIS ORGANIZATION HAS INCREASED T0 55 MEMBERS IN 1938 WE ARE STRIVING TO COMPLETE THE INSTRUMENTATION OF THE BAND, AND THIS YEAR WE HAVE ADDED A SET OF TYMPANI, BASS AND ALTO CLARINETSO THE BAND, AS WELL A5 FIVE SOLOISTS, wON THE RIGHT TO COM- PETE IN THE STATE CONTEST AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, APRIL 28TH, ?9TH, AND 30TH- WINNERS IN FIRST DIVISION SOLO CONTEST AT GIBSON CITY, NKRCH 26TH WERE POBERT PARKER, JEAN ARTHUR, LELAND DOTY, EARL CRANFORD, AND A BRASS OUARTET COMPOSED OF ROBERT PARKER, EARL CRAWFORD, JEAN HAWKINS, AND LELAND DOTY. BAND OFFICERS ARE PRESIDENT, JEAN ARTHUR, VlCE'PRESIDENT, ROBEIT PARKER, SECRETARY, BETTY COLLINS, TREASURER, ROBERT LACK, DIRECTOR, CNRL J HENNINGB T Lua THE T CLUB IS COMPOSED OF THE PLAYERS ON THE FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, AND TRACK TEAHS. ONLY THE PLAYERS WHO ARE WINNERS OF AWARD LETTERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP. EACH YEAR THE T CLUB SPONSORS THE HOMECOMING DANCE. OFFICERS ARE PRESIDENT, FRLD FAITH, VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE BENOIT. G A A OUR LOCAL ORGANIZATION IS A MEMBER OF THE ILLINOIS LEAGUE OF HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. THE PURPOSE OF THE G.A.A. IS T0 IMPROVE HEALTH, TO PROMOTE INTEREST IN OUT DOOR LIFE, AND TO DEVELOP SPORTSMANSHIP. OFFICERS ARE PHYLLIS WIESENER, PTESIDENT, PAULIAL BLOMQUEST, VICE PRESIDENT, MAHGERY GEORGE, SECRETARY TREASUIE., AND EDNA MAE ALBPITTON, BUSINESS MANAGER. DURING THE FOOTBALL SEASON THE GIRLS TOOK CHARGE OF THE SELLING OF CANDY AND OTHER THINGS. II JANUARY, FOURTEEN NEW MEMBERS WERE INITIATED INTO THE CLUB. THEY wERE GIVEN A DINNER AT THE BALDIII CAFE. ON MARCH 14TH, TUSCOLA WON THIRD PLACE IN THE DISTRICT IN A TELEGRAPHIC BASKET SHOOTING CONTEST. IN LATE APRIL TUSCOLA G.A.A. wAS HOSTESS T0 TEN SCHOOLS FOR A PLAY DAY. DUE T0 CON FLICTING ACTIVITIES, TUSCOLA HAD T0 DECLINE INVITATIONS T0 A PIRTY IN OUR HONOR GIVEN BY LQVINGTON AND A PLAY DAY AT MONTI CELLO. TO CLOSE THE YEAR'S ACTIVITIES, A PICNIC WAS HELD AT ERVIN PARK. XXX O Q I I ij . A I In I 0 . , , , S: 1- U9 I - I m , ., 0 - :J . I , fn .. ...I 0 Don A I I ' . ra , A I -I " 2 ' in ITI 0 za , an C :' ,J ' 1: D 1 FI :O . . l I ' 0 LD ' CJ - E I' -- 2 . x D .T- r'I r' l 3 . I ul ' . p . U c so U1 m 1 :D Q - I O o R I I 1 .1 - 1 1 1 1,17 CDCB itftij CD l x ,, "QIgl3x1f ig5 j,2,-2" jig H 1 ' me , M-MW g,,Q.:Q f5 ,, 4 Q . N H -Lf -41' ,y f A A u 1 x 'K X x y N ,S ' -2 as 5 q 3 3 X 'll Q , s V F, 3 31- lv- 3' gk 3' 55 59' K 3, J Q' N? X- ' ,six 'J ,P J J 2 l 'f W W Q Q1 'flY . M X 4 f wwf, -. - if Kill? s n x gif. figs af 3 Q 3 M? 5M"i' A421 Q il ' Mpf 1:5359 FF f , I ' if , 35:35:24 , AG CLUB THE AG CLUB MET AND ELECTED OFFICERS AS FOLLOWS PRESIDENT, ST CLAIR HELM, VICE PRESIDENT, MAx SPARKS, SECRETARY TREASURER, IM RICHEY, REPORTER, HAROLD MARIS. I THE GLEE CLUB IS COMPOSED or 42 MEMBERS. IMRY NWRTHA HARDER IS THE PIANIST THE INSTRUCTOR IS CARL J HENNING. THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR THE CLUB HIS EVER BEEN ABLE TO HAVE A MIXED CHOROUS AND IT IS WORKING OUT VERY SUCCESSFULLYS THIS MIXED CHOROUS HAS RECEIVED THE GOOD WISHES OF EVERYONE WHO HEARS IT JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE CN JANUARV 28TH, THIRTY EIGHT MEMBERS or THE LATIN DEPART MENT ORGANIZED A CHAPTER or THE JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE WHICH IS SPONSORED av THE AMERICAN CLASSICAL LEAGUE. THE OFFICERS ARE DICK MOORE AND ROBERT PARKER' CONSULS, HELEN COSLET, PRAETOR, BILL CNERTURP, AEDILE, JEAN HAWKINS, QUAESTOR. SEVEN STUDENTS CHDSEN av EXAMINATION FROM THE FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR LATIN CLASSES ENTERED DISTRICT MEET or THE STATE LATIN CONTEST AT CHARLESTON, APRIL 2 WHERE DICK MooRE WON FIRST PLACE AND MARY CROSSMAN SECDND IN THEIR RESPECTIVE SEC TIONS. THEv CDMPETED AGAIN IN THE SECTIDNAL MEET APRIL 23 WHERE DICK PLACED FIRST AGAIN AND WILL CDMPETE IN THE STATE CONTEST AT U. or I MAY MISS SLUSS IS THE SPONSOR or THE LEAGUE. 5 f . . , . , x f .I - QC f X GLEE CLUB O 7D AG CLUB FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT HAROLD COLWELL, JOHN SNIDER, WILLIS WINN, ROBERT COOK, BILL PARKS, Towav THOMPSON, FRANKLIN THAYER, WILFRED WOODS, BILL CNERTURF THIRD Row, LEFT TO RIGHT BILL LOMAN, LYLE PETRY, HAROLD HACKETT, ROBERT QUINLAN, BILL SLAUGHTER, FRANCIS RANDALL, EVERETT BEYER JOHN GOODEQ SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT WILBUR WETZEL, EUGENE WHITEHEAD, ROBERT JOLLEY, WALTER FIFER, RICHARD JOLLY, JUDSON MEGUIRE, CARL STEVENS, CHARLES RAIRDEN FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT PALMER Cox, ADVISER, CLARENCE WARTERS, I-VIROLD MARIS, ST CLAIR HELM, MAx SPARKS, JIM RIOHEY, LEROY NAVEL, WRL MOHR, EARL SNIDERQ GLEE CLUB FOURTH Row, LEFT TO RIGHT ROSETTA KEARNS, RUBY KECHER, IWIRTHA WANDA ROBERTSON, MBRTHA VANDOREN, EDNA MAE RAHN, SALLY FULLER, JEAN HAYIKINS. THIRD Row, LEFT TO RIGHT WAUNETTA VAN UNNKEN, HELEN FLESOR, BETTY NCGUIRE, BETTY RADCLIFF, EDNA MAE ALBRITTON, MARILYN SNYDER, AL VERN BONNETT, NN-IALA KNAPP, MRRJORIE WEST, MARTHA TAYLOR. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT BETTY REEDER, ELOISE MONTGOMERY, CHARLENE COY, ANNABELLE WISE, Boa KNAPP, DOROTHY PILCHER, NAOMI STERLING, BETTY JANE HARRIS, MARILYN SMITH, C J. HENNIM5, DIRECTOR. FIRST RON, LEFT TO RIGHT EARL STARBUCK, JOHN KOEHN, BOB PARKER BILL ILES, MAX SPARKS, MARY MARTHA I-LARDER, LELAND DOTY, Boa MONEILL, EARL CRANFORD, Boa BLACK. JUNIOR CLASS I CAL LEAGUE THIRD Row, LEFT TO RIGHT JACK MEKOWN, CHARLES FLANIGAN, BOB KNAPP, MARGARET MILLIGAN, JOHN GATES, RUTH RAHN, MARY F. CRANFORD, WARD LEWIS, SALLY FULLER, FOSTER NUSGEAR, VARJORIE BURTNER, KATHERINE TUDOR. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT LEON ROWUIND, BETTY LOU SEXTON, ALVERN BONNETT, JANE RILEY, GENEVA WOOLVERTON, MARTHA VAN DOREN, GUY BARNES, ESTHER SEXTON, DOROTHEA WILHELM, LEONA GARRETT, JOYCE HACKETT, BETTY REEOER. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT EARL CRANFORD, ROBERT SEIP, HELEN COSLET, ROBERT PARKER, MARY CROSSMAN, DICK MOORE, JEAN HAWKINS, BILL OYERTURF, ROBERT RILEY, HARRIET SLUSS, ADVISER. I I 0 RODERICK, JEAN ARTHUR, BETTY COLLINS, JEAN BUEHRIG, NARY F. CRANFORO, O OQEWQ 'PS A45 'Q I.......-'-'T' ,N SENIOR PLAY 'NEW PIPES' BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT MISJ LEAK, DIRECTOR, HAROLD SEIP, OY SIMPSON, Dncr NOWPE, HAROLD ALLFN, IERLC IOHR, MAX PATRICK fMRTHA QODFRICY FRONT Row, LEFT T3 Rl HT D,RUTHY PLCY, YOUTHEL COLWELL, MARY K 'RLENNAN, HAND ROBLRTQON, JEAN ARTHUR, RHTH DUARDS, DOROTHY GUODSON, CHATLENE COY. JUNIOR PLAY HCRASHING SOCIETYH THIRD Row, LFFT TO HIGMT QILL LONAN, RICH RD LfKL, DOO BLALK, ROBERT PARYEQ, PAUL FLESOR, LrLF PETRY SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT BERT SEE, MARGARET VYCOFF, HAROLD FFONG Row, LEFT TO I HT J . AnD, 'lLCTOX, I WALT, EMILY FRILR, IARJDPIE MECT, th ILYN 5 ITU THESPIMN HOMEGOHING PLAY USPRING FEYERH STANDING, LEFT TO IIGHT HAROLD SEI., HAROLD ALLEN, ROBERT PIRKEM, BILL LOHAN, JOHN BONDY, PwRG.RET HYGOFF, HELEN GASNANN. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT DOROTHY GOODSON, JEAF ARTHUR, MAX SPARKS, CHARLENE COY, BETTY FOLLINS. 1 s I . : '- ,. - . . R X . L I: L L A yi ' ' '-'I x , X I - ' xl X . . ,5 . 4 G' : OOO.. ' L I' . - ' H a I F - ' E I- . , . ' A 7 'I I .L - 9 It 1 ' ,xi , 1 . L T : " AA I 2 ' C, WMRIS, JOANNE KING, HELEN GAGAAHN, LELAIQ GOTY. C9 1 A G : MIPS POWI' D TH 4' LLRY M. ZUH- ,' -. I '- J' . f', Jug in H. -. . , R N ', 'I , I V' . 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FRED FAITH MADE THE CONVERSION IN A PLUNGE OVER CENTER. SULLIvAN SUMMARY A DowNPoUR OF RAIN AT THE KICKOFF, LASTING THE GREATER PART OF THE GAME, CAUSED MANY FUMBLES BU IN SPITE OF THE RAIN TUSCOLA PERFORMED IN TOP NOTCH STYLE C H S MA HER FIRST TOUCHDOWN BY cAPITALIzING ON A SHORT PUNT EARLY IN THE FIRST QUIRTER LYLE FAITH SCORED FROM THE 34 YARD MARKER. IN THE FOURTH QUARTFR LYLE, BEHIND SOME EXCELLENT BLOCKING, RE TURNED A PUNT TO THE 29 THE NEXT SEQIIS OF PLAYS BROUGHT IT TO THE 6 L FAITH SRIRTED END FOR THE GOAL. CATLIN SUMMARY ONE OF TUSCOLA'S HARDEST FOUGHT BATTLES OF THIS YEARIS GRID SEASON wAS WITH CATLINS THE TEAMS RLAYED EVENLY THE FIRST HALF WITH NEITHER TEAM SCORING EARLY IN THE THIRD L FAITH RETURNED A PUNT TO THE CATLIN 20 YARD MARKER. PLAY BY PATRICK NETTED FIVE YARDS ALTERNATE SIDES LINE WERE HIT WITH THE RESULT BEING FIRST AND FIVE. THIRD PLAY LYLE SKIRTED END FOR THE TOUCHD WN BEAN MADE THE ALL IMPORTANT EXTRA POINT. CATLIN QUICKLY RETALIATED BY RE TURNING A PUNT TO THE OLD GOLD 16. THE NEXT SERIES OF PLAYS RESULTED IN A GOAL BY RITCHIE PLUNGING THROUGH THE LEFT SIDE GF THE LINE. THE CONVERSION FAILEDI QUARTER A LINE OF THE ON THE OF 37 L I T ' " f' X 17 - 7-O 24 1 7-B 7 ' - 16 7-O L 23 -. 29 S-7 GD n. A f A Q I , . i! I Q ' O I D 5 V I 0 . '. I V R O T! l O A ff ATwoOD SUMMARY A PASS INTERCEPTED BY PATRICK EARLY IN THE SECOND QUARTER STARTED TUSCOLA GOALWARD. FRED FAITH, IN A LEFT TACKLE SMASH. WAS DOWNED ON THE ATWOOD TWENTY YARD MARKERO L FAITH SKIRTED LEFT END AND WENT OVER UNMOLESTED. AN EXCHANGE OF PUNTS EARLY IN THE THIRD QUARTER RESULTED WITH TUSCOLA HAVING THE BALL ON ATWOOD THIRTY. IN AN OFF TACKLE PLAY PATRICK RAN THE REMAINING THIRTY YARDS FOR THE SECOND TALLY. A PASS IN THE THIRD QUARTER FROM L FAITH TO F FAITH GAVE THE LOCALS THEIR LAST COUNTERO PATRICK MADE THE CONVERSION IN A QUARTERBACK SNEAKC LATE IN THE FOURTH QUARTER ATWOOD PLUNGED FOR THEIR ONLY GOAL, THE EXTRA POINT WAS MADE BY A CENTER PLUNGEC NEWMAN SUMMARY OLD GOLD TURNED IN ONE OF THEIR BEST PERFORMANCES OF THIS YEARIS GRID SEASON AT NEWMAN. THERE wAS NO SCORING FOR THE FIRST THREE QUARTERS, BUT BOTH TEAM THREATENED IN THE THIRD QUARTER. IN THE OPENING MINUTES OF THE FOURTH QUARTER, A FAITH PATRICK PASS NETTED TWENTY YARDS, A PASS T0 STEVENS PUT THE BALL ON THE TWO YARD LINE. LYLE SCORED ON AN OFF TACKLE SMASH. THE CONVER ING UP TEN FIRST DOWNS T0 NEWMAN'S FOURO VILLA GROVE SUMMARY THE VICTORY TOUCHED OFF THE SPARK T0 A VERY SUCCESSFUL HOMECOMING. VILLA GROVE SCORED A SAFETY EARLY IN THE FIRST QUARTER. IN THE SECOND QUARTER LYLE FAITH RETALIATED FOR TUS COLA, DOING SOME OF THE BEST OPEN FIELD RUNNING EVER WITNESSED ON THE LOCAL GRIDIRON. FAITH CAUGHT SULLIVAN'S PUNT ON HIS Ow GMLLWE mo MNTMIiMHIOF'WEFmwFmITM Twmmwm PATRICK PASSED TO ILES IN THE FLAT ZONE FOR THE CONVERSION. AGAIN IN THE FOURTH QUARTER FAITH BROKE AWAY FOR A LONG RUN BUT wA5 FINALLY DowNED ON THE SEVEN. E SCORED ON AN OFF TACKLE SMASH. THE ATTEMPTED PLACE KICK FOR CONVERSION FAILED. OAKLAND SUMMARY OAKLAND HANDED T C H S THEIR FIRST DEFEAT OF THE SEA SON av CAPITALIZING ON A FUMELE EARLY IN THE GAME. OAKLAND RE COVERED THE BALL ON THE EIGHT YARD LINE, AND ON THE TRY, KNIGHT PLUNGED OVER. HIS PERFECT PLACEMENT wAS THE DECIDING POINT OF THE GAME. TUSCOLA RETALIATED IN THE SECOND QUARTER. A PASS FROM FAITH T0 PATRICK PUT THE BALL ON THE 25 YARD LINE. ON THE NEXT PLAY LYLE FAITH, BEHIND SOME EXCELLENT BLOCKIIIKS, SCORED. LYLE WAS STOPPED IN A PLUNGE FOR THE CONVERSION. LATE IN THE THIRD QUARTER A PASS FROM R. MOORE T0 J. MOORE PLACED THE BALL ON THE EIGHT YARD MARKER. A FUMDLE ON THE NEXT PLAY ANNULLED THE SCORING OPPOR TUNITY. O .. . SION FAILED. THE OLD GOLD RUNNING ATTACK FUNCTIONED WELL, ROLL- N Omoo ' MONTICELLO SUMMARY TUSCOLA RECEIVED ITS SECOND SET BACK OF THE YEAR AT THE HANDS OF TDNTICELLO wHO SHOWED EXTENSIVE LINE POWER TO wIN 24 12 THEY SHowED TUSCOLA SOMETHING NEW IN THE wAY OF DEFENSE USING THE 5-4 2 THE FREAKISH PLAY OF THE SEASON MATERTALIZED WHEN L FAITH wAS TACKLED BY THE SAFETY HE FUMBLED AND R MOORE wHo HAD BEEN BLOCKING FOR HIM CAUGHT THE BALL ON THE BOUNCE NND RAN THE REMAIN lNu 30 YARDS FOR THE GOAL LYLE MADE TUSCOLA'S OTHER GOAL IN A WIDE END SwEEP BOTH PLACEMENTS FOR CONVERSION FAILED ARCOLA SUMMARY THE TEAMS FOUGHT ON EVEN BASIS FOR THE FIRST TWO QUARTERS THE TUSCOLA DEFENSE, 6 3 2, w.S VERY EFFECTIVE IN CTOPPING PULLE1 TO SAPGENT PASS, EARLY TN THE THIRD QUARTER, RESULTED IN A TOUCH DOWN FOR ARCOLA THE LOCILS STARTED A GQALWARD MARCH BUT WERE STOPPED SHORT av A FUMBLE ON THE 15 YARD MARKER N THE THIHD QUARTER PASSVS TO GHERE HND PULLEN RESULTED IN TWD MORE COUHTERS PULLEN ADDED THE CONVERSION WITH HIS ACCURATE TOE - ' D n D " ' A' .J f 1 IN THE SECOND HALF, ARCOLA RESORTED T0 THE AERIAL ROUTE. A PULLEN x - .X . 1. . . I ' FOOTBALL FOURTH Row, LEFT T0 RIGHT B SLAUGHTER, C STEvENS, F THAYER, E HARRE, B ILES, G MARIS, R MOORE, B BLACK, D NUORE, TABER, R THAYER THIRD Row, LEFT TO RIGHT MGRS , D COOCH L C COLWELL, M P T RICK, L FAITH, B HUBER, B WOOD, D RUBART, F FAITH, 4 I SON, M ELLIS, C UAQTERS, COACH EENOIT SECOND Rov, LEFT TG QIGHT L ROHLAND, CARL STEVENS, R BISHOP TUBAY, J RCGUIRE, L BENSKIN, H COLIELL FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT R MONTGOMERY, H HACKETT, R QUINLAN, B OVERTURF, H PARIS, R JUINLAN, J GOODE, B KNAPP, B KLEISS, F NUSSEAR BASKETBALL THIRD Row, LEFT TO RIGHT W SMITH, C COOCH, C Cov, D COOCH, W WOOD, B ILES, G ARMSTRONG, B BLACK, B OVERTURF, C MOORE, G BARNES, F TUBAV, J STASLER SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT COACH BENOIT, C TAYLOR, W WETZEL, L ROWLAND, F COLWELL, D KISTNER, I BIRD, J CLINTON, J GAL LAGHER, C STEVENS, D SMITH, MGR5 BOB KNAPP A JOHN GOODE FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT C FLANIGAN, J SNIDER, S HELM, G O I I O . .O I . l D VJ! o O I . D .O Q I-Q Puls' G. BARNES, E. NNERg,lD. PIPPER, J. LEONARD, R. SEIP, W. WINN, F: 0 0 0, U MARIS, C. COLWELL, B. MOOD, E. HARRE, M. ELLIS, J. MBORE, F. ALLEN 5 5 ff .5 iv' sf es- G f' ,Q - '- f 'f ff H-ff . ' -vga ' Q? 5 lf' ,A 4 H 1 YJ A KX . pm ' J I ,- , gf' Jn ., A , x A 9 P I ' Q? T I h! Q' 1 4 ' ,I ,mx .-.X 0. -K mx N F" Y -4 r lx!" pg A-Q 'x 'Y' '3 Ad,-g 5 '9XQ,"fsE' ' ' . A . ,4 f ii. . 5' , :I A V "ef " f ' v! I xl Il If x 'I f ear: nf 'wr fe- ,ff . -A F- I L -1- 2 S 5 2 Q ""'4f", CI-IAMPA I GN SULLIVAN CHAMPA I GN SADORUS BASKETBALL Sul-DIARY HOLIDAY fouanm IEI'T PHILo VILLA GROVE FEI IAN ARCOLA ONKLAIID VILLA GROVE HOIITIGELLO i'EwI IA. UNARGA SADORUS HUNT ICELLO ARCOLA SADDRUS Ufl IA JA 26-22 13-44 33-46 TuscoLA FI.+IsHED A SEASON vmcn DISPLAYED TIIE TYPICAL SPIRIT OF T.C H S THEY FOUGHT All UPHILL BATTLE ALL sEA.,oII ouT NEVER snox ED THE IIIIITE FEATHER. Moons, ELLIS, ,IDD FOORE, THE FRDIIT LINE, IIERE corITINuALLv IH THERE FIGHTING ron PoIIITs. TDORE FINISHED THIRD III THE OKAIJ scoRI.'G RACE AHD ELLIS IIELL UP THE LIIIE SHGJED THAT THEY IcIIEv THE I.0cATIon or THE IIooP. ' ooos IIGRRED HARD on RE aoumos, BUT JUST SEEIKED UIIABLE TO HIT- MARIS AND HELTI ARE A5 Gooo GUARDS AS cm DE FOUND III THE OKAIJ. THEIR DErENsIvE REGouIIDs AIID LONG suovs HELPED TIIE TEM. TO FILL IN Ivmv HOLES- LOLUELL, STIIDER, ALLEII, HARRE, AND FIAIIIGAII Pnoveo T0 as CAPALLE RECEIVERSD TO -----------------17-as X- ----------------23-35 ------------------27-33 ---.- --------- 31-39 - --------------- 26-36 --------- T- - - ---- - -41-30 ------------------32-23 W -----------------ae-32 ---------------24-as .A ----h----------- 'o Oxmv TouRwI:.IEIIT-ARTHUR ---------- 19-27 -: ------------------ so-31 ------------------29-19 -----------------22-26 - --------------- 29-32 ' ------------------ 2 1-37 . ----------------- 22-28 GIRLS' ATHLETICS THE GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES ARE INSTRUCTED BY MISS LENORE STEPHENSON. DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, THE GIRLS PARTICIPATE IN MANY DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES. DURING THE FIRST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR, SOFTBALL WAS PLAYED. ON UNFAVORABLE DAYS FOR THIS, THE GIRLS HAD CALISTHENICS, AND A NUMBER OF PERSONAL HYGIENIC TALKS WERE GIVEN BY MISS STEPH ENSOND LATER DURING THE WINTER MONTHS, BASKETBALL WAS PLAYED- THE FIRST OF THE BASKETBALL SEASON WAS SPENT IN LEARNING AND REVIEWING THE BASKETBALL RULES. AT THE FIRST OF THE SECOND SEMESTER THE G A A SPONSORED THE INTER-CLASS TOURNAMENT DURING THE NOON HOURS, ALTHOUGH GIRLS OTHER THAN G.A.A. MEMBERS PARTICIPATEO. MISS STEPHENSON PICRED THE CAPTAINS or THE FOUR CLASS TEAMS THESE CAPTAINS TAKING CHARGE OF THOSE ON THEIR TEAM. THE CAPTAINS WERE SEN ITH ROMINE, AND FRESHMEN, ROSELLA HARDWICK. THE SENIORS WON TH TOURNAMENT BY WINNING EVERY GAME UUT ONE, AND IT WAS A TIE WITH THE FRESHMEN. THERE WAS QUITE A LOT OF COMPETITION BETWEEN THE SENIORS AND FRESHMEN, BUT THE SENIORS WON OUT. 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' 'rs I I -S, .e' ALUINI If IS OUR HOPE THAT THE NANES GIVEN HERE IIILL ENABLE MANY ALUMNI ro RECALL FRIENDSHIPS THEY MADE WHILE ATTENDING T C H S MI-YIIE EIIIIALINE 'ATKINS LI LLIAII GRUELLE JONES E E STACY ETHEL TOOR VAN DYKE IKCBETI-I EVANGELIIIE F ULWI DER GREGG FRED BRO0Kb STIVER INA GREGG THOMAS LETA IIcIIEER STACY GRACE PWRIS GOODSPEED IvA MURPHY JONES GRACE COOPER CLARK JOHN IKCCARTHY WILBUR F GOODSPEED HERBERT C BUSH IME FOSTER VAN VOORHIS JONES LOUISE EDITH PAODLEI-ORD AILEEN JONES TAYLOR LI-:IIA CLKIN CHAI-IuERI.AIN GRACE LARIMER bENNE1'T VICTOR CURTIS HALL ISADOR KORNBLUM JULIA MKRLAN HANDEN KATE CHLLAWAY CARL IRVEN JURGRAF EQIIARD CLARENCE BAILEY ARTHUR CLIFTON BOYCE WILDA SNITII NNRTLE KI TTS Scum HARRIETT SAI YER Roscoe VAN DYKE SINEDN GEORGE GERIcIcs GROVER CHESTER BOIIMAN BLANCHE IJATKINS FORTI-I DSURA IJECARTY VANCE 1900- 1901 1902 1903 DECEASED VILLA GROVE, ILLINOIS DLCEASED INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA PORTLAND, OREGON ST LOuIS, MISSOURI FRESNO, CALIFORNIA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TuscoLA, ILLINOIS DECEASED VENTURA, CALIFORNIA FILSON, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS lLLlN0.S TUSCOLA, DECATUR , TUSCOLA , CHI cAcO, TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS I'A'rERLoo, IOIIA DECEASED IIIAN'rIc, ILLINOIS TLRRE HAUTE, INDIANA OI LAI-IOIIA CITY, OKLAHOII DECEASED COLLlNSVlLLEg ILLINOIS TUSCOLAg ILLINOIS TEIIERAN, PERSIA VIASHIIIGTON, D C RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA DECEASED EvANSvILI.E, INDIANA TuScoLA, ILLINOIS NORTH ADAMS, IAA EvANS1'oI-I, ILLINOIS NEW YORIQ, NEI' YORK IA CHUSETTS - I N I I ' Q Q 0 0 Q f - 4 I O I . . . h 4, A . O EVA IIIAY COLEY RIDER POCATELLA, IDAHO 1 . - J I' 0 O ' I 0 0 I ' . I - SSA MABEL BERTHA MOON BERTHA ENGLAND FLACK ELIZABETH OWEN CASRFORD LOwRv ESTELLA SIPP HELM ROBERT GEORGE FRALICK WILLIAM JED WARDALL BENTLEY VAN VOORHIS EDITH HALL CECILE TENBROOK Fox GRACE CLIFFORD NEPTUNE CLARA MARIS FUGERE GRrcE NURPHV TAYLOR EDITH CLARK HELM JENNIE GARNEAU JONES SNIDER HARRIETT COOPER ARNOLD MARJORIE LOUTHAN ANDERSON BERT PARKER THOMAS GOOOSON CARL MERRV CRR I N FOWLER GROVER HELM WILLIAM SHIRK EMMA ETHEL DEWITT THOMAS WILLIAM ALLEN FULLERTON CARL G GOODMAN EARL GOODSON DON GREGG PAUL FRANK HELM GLENN R INGRAM CHARLES EVERETT LISTON GRACE 8 MACBETH WALwoRTH WILLIAM GROVER MCCORMICK JENNIE AILEEN MDKINNEV CLARA MERICA EVANS CATHERINE ELIZABETH NELSON ALBERT SAWYER ROSCOE CURT SMITH HARRIET WILSON RUTHERFORD BRUHN THOMAS WRIGHT DAVID T. FETHEROLF FREDERICK LUTHER GOODMAN CAROLYN YOUNG MCCARTY PAUL MCKEE EDWARD NAURIOE OWEN 1904 1906 JOLIET, I TUSCOLA, CHICAGO, TUSOOLA, DETROIT, NEW YORK, TUSCOLA, LLINOIS ILLUNOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS MICHIGAN NEW YORK ILLINOIS NIANTIC, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS PENDLETON, INDIANA IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN NORMAL, ILLINOIS DUNCAN, MISSISSIPPI TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS NAOHES, WASHINGTON INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA DECEASED JOLIET, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TUSEOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS BROCTON, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS PLAINVIEW, TEXAS PASADENA, CALIFORNIA WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS WINDSOR, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILLINOIS OAKLAND, ILLINOIS DECEASED PEORIA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS LOUISVILLE, KENTUEKV RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS PLYMOUTH, INDIANA DENVER, COLORADO DECEASED DECEASED TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS -1905- FLOYD WINTON PERRY FRAE THOMPSON NCCARTY JOHN RICHNAN GIA MCCORMICK SCOTT PEARLE E F IRESTONE ERI-IARDT MAYSIC MARTIN VAN STYGE HANNA COTTON CROSS LEE CECILE MARY SMITH OMRLES EDWARD RENHER WBEL E NUSSEAR FERRIS Som-IIA PEARL REED BERLE EDNA RICHARDS IRENE BARNDT GREGG ELIZABETH THoNPsoN VAN VooRHIS ALBERT EVERETT ATWELL ARTHUR REED STUBBS CLARA REDD BANTA Guv ESTHER PAYNE INGMM RAY F RICE DAYTON WM HANSON JOSEPH RAY SHIRK EDWARD C. BRANN GRACE Mooov MOOREI-EAD MNUDE RDSAIADND BOWMAN 1908 FULLER HJGGMAN LUTI WOOLVERTON RICE ERNEST WI LLIAII6 ETHEL SMITH PONDER DELTA SAIN BALDWIN IRENE ROBERTS MJNCIE ERNEST STEPI-IENSCN MKBEL BONMAN LOGARMAN MABEL BAKER CRAWFORD MI NNIE KERN EDWARDS ALICE HACKETT TOLLY EDINI N M-:ISTER 1909 FRANK JONATHAN BASSETT FAVE COLLINS GOODMAN WAYNE WALKER CALHOUN JENNIE FONNER CAMPBELL WILLIAM EVERETT CAMPBELL VERGIE FOSTER WIMRLE DECEASED TUSCDLA, ILLINDIS VILIA GROVE, ILLINOIS SAN NATED, CALIFORNIA DECEASED ATwooo, ILLINDIS GARY, INDIANA SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MANHATTAN, MONTANA UIAMAZOO, MICHIGAN CI-IAMRAIGN, ILLINOIS WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA TUSCOI.Ap ILLINDIS DECEASED TUSCDLA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS ROSSVILLE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS GREENSBURG, INDIANA CHERRY VALE, KANSAS DECATUR, ILLINOIS OBERLIN, OHID SCIRCLEVILLE, INDIANA ROSSVILLE, ILLINOIS TERRE I-IAUTE, INDIANA HAIIMOND, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS PLAINFIELD, Nav JERSEY DECATUR, ILLINOIS DECEASED COVINGTON, INDIANA EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS DECEASED TUSCDLA, ILLINDIS DECEASED DECEASED DECEASED MJRDOCK, ILLINDIS MURDOCK, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS 47 A QE -1907- RUTH WELLS GOSNOLL KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI G HOwARD FULLER EDITH GOODSPEED BUEHRIG LEON LAVERNE JONES GERTRUDE LEWIS LINTON WINIPRED JONES ALEXANDER ERNEST NELVIN MOORE JUDSON QUINCEY Owen JESSIE NILES CLANCY RALPH RAYMOND Reeves WILLIS ELI VAN VGORHIS HENRY EDWARD WAM LEY DELLA STEVENSON PEFER EARL WILLIAMSON MAGDALINA TIMM EADS FLORENCE SNYDER STOVALL GERTRUDE ALICE ROE MARTIN IDA AMMEN SWICK MAUDE BARER NKBLE CRANFORD NELSON MABEL EARLY FOSTER RECIA EARLY MOON CLEATU5 FOSTER WYETH CLARA GEORGE PATRICK CECIL HEAOOOK HILL HAY HUFFMAN LITTA IRWIN SHONLE ELLA KEARNS BROWN FLORENCE MEISTER AvA NURPHY GEORGE LEONARD OIIIEN EARL PARRER LESLIE PONDER EDITH RENNER SMITH CLAUS ROHWEDER LEWIS ROMACK HORACE SHONLE HARRIET SLUSS HOWARD TEMPLE CORA THRONSBRUE STURGEON BEULAH TRUITT VAN TUYL LUCILLE WATKINS MASON NFDELINE WEIDMAN EVAN MYRA WILLIAMSON MEISTER LELAND BUNDY THOMAS BUNDY 1911 NHRSHAL, MISSOURI TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS PORTLAND OREGON TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SELBINA, MISSOURI ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DEGEASED TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS STARKVILLEp MISSISSIPPI WAXACHIE, TExAS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTHUR, ILLINOIS DECEZSED LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS LDNGVIEW, ILLINOIS DECEASED TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS ROCKVILLE, INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA CAMARGO, ILLINOIS TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS DECEASED FAIRFIELD, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS HAMMOND, INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS Los ANGELES, CALIFORNIA PANHUSKA, OKLAHOMA DECATUR, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSGOLA, ILLINOIS DECEASED C -1910- NORNA CHAMBERLAIN CLAUDE HOEL WILLIAM Howe BEULAH JEFFERS WALKER NELL JONES VAN VOORHIS PERRY O'NEAL KATIE POWERS TRAGER FRANK PRICE RAYMOND REEDER CLYDE ROBERTSON ENNA ROHWEDER GERNOT RUTH WKMSLEY COURTWRIGHT ALBERT YEAIII MAx ASTELL IRENE BOLLMAN KUNKLE FRANK BONI-IAM HORACE COSLER GUY DICKINSON CARRIE EARLY PARKER EDNA EARLY MCKOWN GOLOIE HEACOCK RUHN RUBY HEACOCK WHEAT RHEA HELD EvA HODGE HOEL CONOVER FLOY KERN BAYLESS LENORA LEAR ANDRES WARD NKRIS FRANCES MCCARTY EDNA PORCH BRAzILL MARY RICE BAILEY NKRY ROMACK HAZEL ROE WILLIAMS BEULAH SHONLE GLENN ARCHER EMMA BONHAM GREEN WMLTER BRUHN PERRY CHADwICK WILLIAM CCFFEY WYOTA EWING ZALA FONNER MARIS JAY HAWKINS EDNA HARSHDARGER BURLEIGH HUNT IREN IRwIN 1913 REDLAND5, CALIFORNIA DECEASED HUNTINGTON PARK, CAL. DANVILLE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS KANKAKEE, ILLINOIS PARIS, ILLINOIS CLEVELAND, OHIO CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS HONER, ILLINOIS PHILADELPHIA, PA. DECATUR, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PEORIA, ILLINOIS DECEASED TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS NMSON, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS CLEVELAND, OHIO NEWMAN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS PHOENIX, ARIZONA HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA TOWANDA, ILLINOIS LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA DECATUR, ILLINOIS GARRETTg ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS DECEASED CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DANVILLE, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS NEWMAN, ILLINOIS LAKE STATION, ILLINOIS SADORUS, ILLINOIS DECEASEO FLUSHING, LONG ISLAND -1912- ORLENA JONES PARKER LA VONE PATRICK GERTRUOE OVERTURF RICE JOHN SANDERS PAUL STICKLES GERTRUDE SHULTZ EVERETT THOMPSON CLEO VON LANKEN JEAN WAM LEY SAUER FLORENCE WHITLOCK HACKETT EMMA WIESENER HOLL CHARLES WILLIAMS CURVELLA SWICK LOTTIE BOYCE BAKER EVERETT FRAZIER RUBY FOSTER CLEARWATER CLARENCE HACKETT WILBUR HOEL ARTHUR JOHNSON LEHUEL JONES CLYDE LARIMER EDITH MOON BEN PECK HARRY RAHN HELEN ROHWEDER ROLO ROLOSON UTH SHONLE HENRY ROHWEDER HAROLD STALKER ALEXANDER ASTELL CHARLES BASSETT GERTRUDE COEN MORENE GIFFORD GRACE HEACOCK FLORENCE HELM NCCUMBER GLENN HUNT AGNES ORR BREWBAKER CLARA MOULOEN BECKER DONALD OVERTON TRACY UVERTURF ALMA PAYNE CLARENCE C. RUDE LYLE STEARNS AMELIA WIESENER DICKINSON 1914 1915- TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS NWDISON, WISCONSIN CAMARGO, ILLINOIS DECEASED TULSA, OKLAHOMA DECEASED TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS EVANSTON, ILLINOIS ROMONA, CALIFORNIA SADORUS, ILLINOIS COLUMBUS, OHIO CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS FLORIDA WEST RIDGE, ILLINOIS JOLIET, ILLINOIS RAMONA, CALIFORNIA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS KENOSHA, WISCONSIN DECEASED TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS LOS ANGELES, CAL. PENNSYLVANIA SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS MEKICO, MISSO RI DECEASED CHICAGO, ILLINOIS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE FARMER CITY, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DECEASED CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ROCKFORO, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS ATWOOD, ILLINOIS Awwooo, ILLINOIS AKRON, OHIO CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DETROIT, MICHIGAN CAMARGO, ILLINOIS DECEASED FRESNO, CALIFORNIA DECEASEO PEORIA, ILLINOIS ETHEL ROLOSON REEDER HAYES, ILLINOIS WILNA WILEY MYERS VIOLET WILLIAMS ENID BARRICKS BUNDY MORGAN NAV BLACK SMITHY MARIE BRUHN RUDDELL HOWARD Guv ROBERT BUNDY PEARL HEACOCK LEANORA J. WOOTEN BERTHA KRUSE RALPH LEAR ETHEL LUNDY MARY NORSE KOEHN HAzEL NURPHEY LEAR EVA PONDER JOHN WAMSLEY THELMA WATSON Cox DIERSSEN ELIZABETH WHALEY BRIDGES KENNETH BARNETT LOUISE BOYCE CROSON ELMER ROHN HAROLD CARNACK MARIAH COEN GRACE COYKENOALL LLOYO DICKINSON EDITH HELM FEELER EARL HOEER GLENN JOSEPH DEWEY PARKER JOHN PONDER LELIA REDDEN NCCUMEER OPAL SNYDER GEE MILORED WILEY FKULINE WILEY HARRY BAKER ELMA BOSTIC KINNY BEN BROWN OGDEN BONDY JOHN RUSSEL CHADWICK LENA COOPER BEBOUT NKRY COYKENDALL COSLET HELEN DRAGOO 1916 1917 1918 SULLIVAN, ILLINOIS SULLIVAN, ILLINOIS Nl KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA DETROIT, MICHIGAN TOSCOLA, ILLINOIS TusCoLA, ILLINOIS INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHARLESTON, ILLINOIS O FULTON, KENTUCKY N TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ll TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, CHICAGO, CHICAGO, DECATUR, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD. ILLINOIS MOLINE, ILLINOIS STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS J RVETT, ILLINOIS Wxmmlumms PEORIA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, ONTARIO, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, DECEASEO TUSCOLA, CAMARGO, CAMARGO, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, DETROIT, TUSCOLA, DETROIT, CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS ILLINOIS CALIFORNIA ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS MICHIGAN ILLINOIS MICHIGAN , ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS DENVER, ILLINOIS I CECIL ABRANS DECATUR, ILLINOIS isle? llfl I GEORGIA DAVIS HAROLD DILLMAN RANDON FERGUSON CECIL GATES CONSTANCE FULLER MYERS CARL GOEF ELIZABETH HACKETT BALDWIN ELNORE INNIS JONES GLADYS KING LOLETA LOLLMR JOSEPH FLOYD NhCUMBER EMILY MINTURN DAVIS PHULINE MARIS BAKER HELEN MJRPHEY PARKER BEULAH ROY LOTTMAR RAYMOND MUIRE ESTHCR THAVER VAN WINKLE PAULINE THOMPSON 0'NEAL FRED TURNER ELIZABETH WEAVER TURNER EDNA NRE WAMSLEV HOOYER WARREN WILEY NOAL WOODS FAwN ARWINE SLAGGER MARJORIE BROOKS NHRJORIE BAKER CAMPBELL LLOYD BIERFELDT MARY BOSTIC BINEGAR JOE BURRES EUGENE CAMPBELL MAYCI LLE CARROLL LUCILLE DICKINSON THELMA GILLISPIE SCHRANDT ELBY HARLAN JOHN GWINN RETHA HAZLETT RODMAN CARL HEACOCK WILLIAM HENSON ARCHIE JOHNSON MALCOLM JOHNSON LETTIE JONES GLADYS THOMPSON HOFFMAN TROY TIMM LOUISE TRAGER HIGHLAND WISEMAN EDITH EARLY 1919 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS OTTAwA, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS DIXON, ILLINOIS CORSICA, TEXAS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CAMARGO, ILLINOIS ONTARIO, COLORADA ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ELDORADO, ILLINOIS ARCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS MOLINE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. CAMARGO, ILLINOIS FRANKFORT, INDIANA NURDOCK, ILLINOIS DANYILLE, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS ARTHUR, ILLINOIS LOS ANGELES, CAL CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ATWOOD, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PEOTONE, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILLINOIS HOOPESTON, ILLINOIS WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS LANSING, MICHIGAN MARION, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS WATSEKAg ILLINOIS BOISE, IDTHO I I ,IL I fqjl FLORENCE NURPHEY CANNON CHICAGO, ILLINOIS O CJ If 0 LAWERENCE BAKER FAYE BARGER DORIS BEDWELL HOLIBIUGH VICTORIA BOSTIC ALBERTA BOVCE WALL EDNA BROWN SCHWEIKER NMRGARET CARMACK WAND RUTH COSLET RUTH DRESSBACK FAYE FULLERTON MICHELET ETHEL BAKER OPAL HACKETT JOSEPHINE HAMMER DRAPER THELMA INNIS RUND NELLIE HALL HASHGEN WILLIAM LEAR WMLTER LESTER FRANK WWRLER KENNETH MATTHEWS VELOA NEADOWS TRESENRITER AVIS NURPHY HENSON NETTIE OVERTURF RANDOLPH ELI MURPHEY MARIE PROSSER SCOTT KENNETH RICHMAN MONTELLE ROMINE LAURA SKINNER JONES EVA SMITH LANKEORD OLIVE STEVENSON EDITH WELLER STREHLE KENNETH TIMH KATE WAMSLEY FORREST LOLLAR NORMA CHAMBERLAIN HARLEY ALBERT THELMA JOSEPH HAROLD C HELM BOSTIC FOLEY LANGLEY HACKETT HOLLINGSwORTH RAYMOND LAND ANNH LEWIS WEASEL LOREN MATTHEWS ETHEL PIGG NMYER ALBERT THOEMING ENOW THORNTON 1920 1921 UROANA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS CHARLESTON, ILLINOIS TOSCOLA, ILLINOIS COLLINSVILLE, ILLINOG PEORIA, ILLINOIS OTTAwA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS RACINE, WISCONSIN TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS WASHINGTON D C CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS LHICAGO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLAg ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS STERLING, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILLINOIS Lf GRANGE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS HINDSBORO, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS LITCHFIELD, ILLINOIS CHICIGO, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS JFRSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLAp ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS N I S353 x I O GENEVA KOEHN BABES CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 'H . R Q! O RUTH THOMPSON OBER GERTRUOE TRAGER FLORENCE BELL LENA BROOKS STEPHENSON HALLIE Cox RANDOLPH FAYE HEUVI LA GRANDE VARY BELLES HELEN HEACOCK ASHDROOIQ GLADYS HUNT THOMHS PAOLINE FOLEY RUTH MONGER DORIS ROHI NE FRANCES WOLEVER MARY UXRMORE Ross COZETTK GRIGSOY BYRLE LEWIS TIIIINONS BLANCHE MONGER EDITH ROOERIOR OARNIOLETA ROMINE KENNEDY RETA Ross HELEN ScHI EDEMAN KAMPMELIR JOHN BRUHN I-I+ROLD LINCOLN EVERETT STALSWORTH CHARLES INNIS WILLIAM READ I-If-RLAN RIOHARDS DIRL SHILEY wx WAYNE VEST HARRIETT MICHEIIER WALTERS RUTH GATES HENNING WILNA TRESENRITER MONROE I-IARRIET JANE BELL LYRA BIRD STALSWORTH LOTTIE BRANNON VIARNES WILMA CEOLISKY ROY Cox IRENE DICKINSGI BLAIR DORIS DRI NIOIATER IRENE FRY ACRES CHARLES MONROE MARY MOOREIIEAD SCOTT FERRIS MORGAN EMMA I'-W-IILLIPS CROWS DOROTHY SHREVES TAISOR 1922 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA OAK PARIQ, ILLINOIS DECEASED DECEASED GARRETT, ILLINOIS PANA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS URRANA, ILLINOIS I-IINDSBORO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS FIORLIN, ILLINOIS WEST RIDGE, ILLINOIS TUSCGIJI, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS FIORLIN, ILLINOIS VILIA GROVE, ILLINOIS GARRETT, ILLINOIS PEKIN, ILLINOIS TOSGOLA, ILLINOIS ANDERSON, INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TLISOOIA, ILLINOIS CHIOAGO, ILLINOIS EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS MJRFEESBLRGH, ILLINOIS SHARON, PENNSYLVANIA WATERTOWN, WISCONSIN LFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS Tuscoux, ILLINOIS CHARLESTOII, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS Tuscou-, ILLINOIS VVINNETIQA, ILLINOIS LOS ANGELES, CAL'FORNlA CAIIIARGO, ILLINOIS PEORIA, ILLINOIS ANOHOR, ILLINOIS DALLAS, TEXAS CHARLESTON, ILLINOIS GREENVILLE, ILLINOIS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI URBANA, ILLINOIS TUSCOIA, ILLINOIS -1923- ANNA SMITH PALMER RUSSELL SMITH GLEN THOMPSON FRED WILLIAMS DONALO ROSE ESTELLA Rov RUTH POGUE FRANCES FULLERTON CMMMQEWMW HELEN HOLLINGSWORTH KNIGHT MAUO HALLOUELL STOUT CLARICE VOEKEL WOOD ALLIECE WARREN LINCOLN VIRGEALENA GRIGSSY EMMA HOEL HILL CURTIS MARSH AMELIA SHROEDER SHORT FREEMAN FORTNER CECIL GREEN VIRGINIA WALTHALL WILLIAM SCHEIDEMAN DEAN JONES GLADYS WRIGHT RENCH PAUL RICE LAWRENCE ALVERSON FERN HALLOWELL KINNEY EVANGELINE CAIN KLEISS ELBERT CROSSMAN GRACE LOLLAR HELEN LARMORE NEIL VON LANKEN CLEO HINE RACHEL MORRIS LENORE LEWIS BJELAH MCDAOE IWINWARING STOUGHTON REEDER WILMA ROSS RUNO VICTOR ROSS AvA WHITE KEITH CLARK PAULINE FE THEROLP HORACE HACKETT, JR. DAVE BAILEY EDWARD BAILEY LOUISE CAIN HACKETT 1924 1925 OTTAWA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS X COLUMBUS, OHIO NKTTOON, ILLINOIS CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS WINNETKA, MINNESOTA LA BRANGE, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS BOZEMAN, MONTANA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS INOEPENOENCE, MISSOURI DECATUR, ILLINOIS ROSSVILLE, ILLINOIS LEAFLAND, TEXAS DETROIT, MICHIGAN INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA LITCHFIELD, ILLINOIS ALBUQUERQUE9 NEW NE . CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA ILLINOIS TUSCOLA ILLINOIS TUSCOLA ILLINOIS NUNC E, INDIANA EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ST. JOSEPH, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS GARRETT, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILLINOIS ARTHUR, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS VENTURA, CALIFORNIA POLANO, OHIO TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TwcmA,ILLmOm TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS I cf I WF Q - U Lovo CRIMMEL GARRETT, ILLINOIS of x CHARLES BOSTIC, JR GERALD CAMPBELL RUTH CLAPPER VON LANKEN CYRIL DARLING IMRTHA GILL ONEN EDITH HANCE GEORGIA I-IENEOAR IRENE KOEHN KARIHER MI LDRED JONES CUNNINGHAM CHARLINE LESTER ALEXANDER HELEN IIJRRAY REEDER DOROTHY RCBE IIIICI-IENER LOUISE TAY LUDOLPH PAUL WILLIAMSON EUNICE ROLLS KATHERYN SHEPHARD CLARA VALIGHN BERTRAM MYRA VOELKEL RALEIGH COLWELL VELVILLE COOK LOIS GF-RBER MARY GARBER ELIZABETH INNIS NABEL CALIMESE MCIYNARD HINE DOROTHY SCOGGIN VEST JUANITA HANEY CGTTERN LUCILLE MJTTHEWS BLAASE WELDON HACKETT MILDRED HARRINGTON NCCONNEL THOMAS LOVETT FRANIQ MICHENER BONNIE ALBIN MNLEY OYVILLE C. HANEY MODESTA CRIMIIIEL GILLMER LOIS CAMPBELL GREEN WAYNE LEWIS TI-IELNA DARLING MITCHEL BLVE MOODY HARRY OWEN MABEL HANCE ANNA NAE FULLERTON HUSER GLADYS GILL PHIL READ SARAH IIIJNOAY 1926 PARIS, ILLINOIS TUSCOLAg ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS CI-IAMPAIGH, ILLINOIS GARRETT, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS HARTFORD, CONN CNAMPAION, ILLINOIS GENEVA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CLARIQSSURG, III VIRGINIA URDANA , TLISCOLA, TLISCOLA , PESOTUM, NEw YORK ROANOKE , TLISCOLA, DECEAS ED CHI OAGO, IWNTTOON , CH I CASO, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS CITY, N ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Y CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS CHI CAGO, TOSCOLA, STREATOR TuScOuI, Tusc OLA, BOORDON, CHI CAGO, TUSOOLA, CHICAGO, TUSCOLA, F OWLE R, TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS , ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS INDIANA ILLINOIS FICKLIN, ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS CRAWFORDSVILLE., INOIANA GARRETT, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS CHAMPAION, ILLINOIS Tuscou-, ILLINOIS Tuscom, ILLINOIS GITARIO, COLORADA O ED SCHEI DENAN 'I . EVELYN MANWARING MARSH AILEEN MARLEY HAROLD SCHEU MARJORIE TIHM RUTH SKINNER WILHITE CONSTANCE STURGELL HOwARo WEASEL LILLIAN SATORIOUS LENORE ROMINE RIGGS EVA LEAH ROMINE AMY TODD FQXNK LANDERS CHARLES DOTSON EVELYN CROSSMAN CRUS HALL ANNA VOCKEL RAYMOND BADE SwW.mERHWQ BEATRICE BEALL VIRGINIA BROWN TEIKEN JOE CAIN ROMINE CAMBRIDGE IVARJORIE DAVIS STOLL LESLIE COOPER JUANITA EVANS HELEN FOULKS FOSTER MERRILL Fox HELEN uHTE5 PARKS CLEO HELM INEz HUBER RUTH JONES KRESIN THELBERT KINNEY NWRIE KEVIL IREIIE KLEISS EDITH LEE KEAL JOHN MORRIS DONNABELL LEWIS MARIE OHLSEN JANET OVERTURF JOHNSON HARRY OYE NEOLH PARKER ROSALIE PFLUN STELLA POWELL MILDRED RICE PETTYCOURT HERBERT SIMPSON 1927 TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MT VERNON, WASH. TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS PESOTUM, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS INDIANAPOLIS, IND. VHLHGRWE,ILL VILLA GROVE, ILL CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 'I 1' TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILL. URBANA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ARTHUR, ILLINOIS HARTFORD, CONN. LOUISVILLE, KY CHIC GO, ILLINOIS DECEHSED INDIANAPOLIS, IND. TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS DETROIT, MICHIGAN GIBSON CITY, ILL IEST VIRGINIA NORRIS, TENNESSEE TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ARCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS URS NA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ALLERTON, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS SLFDGE, MISSISSIPPI TUSCCLA, ILLINOIS TEXAS JOLIET, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS N 1 ' X I k I . O A CJ BEULAH BURMEISTER WEASEL PESOTUM, ILLINOIS ' O FREDA RITZ GANZYUS LICEIIE STANTZ LAIIRENCE TAYLOR Ml IAS THOMAS EDWARD TRAGER FRANK VEST GLENN UTTEREACK FREIDA WATSON MORRIS DONNA IIIEBB LYLE Hurr THELNIA WARREN I-IUFE WALTER SCHAI-'ER GLADVS BAKER GLENN ALOIN CLARA CoLwELL ROBINSON JOHN ATWELL DOYLE. BAVLES LOYO COMPTON II'ELvIN BRANI-IAM LEONA CROSSI-IAN ROOERT BJRGETT FRANCES DUVHLL PETTV RUSSELL CROS SIIAN GAYLORD GATES LOUISE KNECHLER NAX GOODSON JESSIE LEWIS TACK GREEN LORRAINE LEWIS SHIELDS MONTELL HACKETT ANNA LOvETT THEHER FREDERICK HILOENOORG VARY C MARIS ALIIN WILFREO JOHNSON CLEO MARTIN WILLIAMS ELIZABETH NIATTIK JOHN PARKER CATI-ERIIl MCINTYRE IWXRGAR ET IIOORE RALPH MUNS FR IILES PETTY TUTTLE JOSEPH PROSSER RUSSEL SCOGGIN WILLIAM RICE REDITH REEVES 1928 DECATUR, CHI CAOO, CHI CAG O, TUSCOLA , TOSCOLA, TUSCOLPI , CH I CACO , ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TuScOu+, ILLINOIS REISTERSTOWN, MARYLAND REISTERSTOWN, WXRYLAND NATTOON, ILLINOIS DECEASED CAIIIARGO, ILLINOIS BALTIIIORE, W-XRYIAND BOURBON, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DECEASED TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, CAMARGO. CHEVENE, TUSCOLA, TLS COIA , ILLI NOI S ILLINOIS WYOMING ILLINOIS ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS UREIANA, ILLINOIS ST JOSEPH, ILLIN TUSCOIA , TuScOI.A , TUSCOLA, TLBCOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS LOS ANGELES, OAL TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS HUSTON, TEXAS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TOLONO, ILLINOIS SLEDGE, MISSISSIPPI CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CLEVELAND, OHIO NI-tw YORK, N. V TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOIA, ILLINOIS BONDVILLE, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS OIS E NAXI NE EDWARDS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS I . 2 C ELTON SLAUGHTER ETHEL RIDDLE PAUL TAYLOR VIRGINIA RIDDLE LEE SHERMAN VAN WINKLE NERLE SNIDER MJRRV EVA TAY ANDREW YORK WILLIAM VAN WINKLE J0I-IN BENNER MAUDE HINE NELSON EDWARD SCHULTZ OPAL BABE WENDELL WARREN ALVIN ALEXANDER LOIE Coocn CLARA DOTSON FLEETWOOD KENNETH BAKER ZI-:LLA F ITZSILMONS HAROLD BRADDURY ROBERT BALDWIN EVELYN FRAzEE CECIL BRIDGEWATER EUGENE CARPENTER FLORENCE FRY HILLIARD RETA GALBREATI-I WALTER GILL IRENE SILREATH RAY HEATON ELIZABETH GOODS ALBERT HIxsoN EVELYN J HOPKINS ERVIN KEAL REDITH VIRGINIA HORTON MATTIX WILMA HCNIE FREDERICK GILLES Lucv LEwIs PERRY IIAEEL CARTER SMITH EVERETT KERNS DOROTHY E. LINCOLN RY LLOYD KRESIN PAULINE 'EVI5 ROBERT MKTTIX JAMES NDOREHEAD BLANCHE O' BRYAN DORRIS RDSE 1929 DECATUR, ILLINOIS FORT WAYNE, IND. 0TTAwA, ILLINOIS PEsoTuII, ILLINOIS OAMARGD, ILLINOIS GARRETT, ILLINOIS CHAIIPA IGN, ILLINOIS Tuscou-, ILLINOIS NORIVAL, ILLINOIS FICKLIN, ILLINoIS CH IC AGO, TUSCOLA , PESOTUM, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, Tvs coux , TUSCOLA, PEORIA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINoIS ILLINoIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINDIS ILLINOIS DENVER, COLORADA RocHELLE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, I ND IANA TUSCOLA, TI.sc 0I.A , CAMARGD, ASHMORE, MQTTOT. BouRa ON, Tuscous, Tusc DIA , ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS TuScoLA, ILLINOIS TuScoLA, ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD, ILL. GARRETT, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS PESOTUM, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINoIS VILLA GROVE, ILL. TUSCOLA, Tuscoum, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, Downs , I ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS NDIANA SADoRus, ILLINOIS ROCKVILLE, INDIANA NORTON PAYNE ROCHESTER, N. Y. O F ALBERT RUHNOw MARY QEAD SPEIS FREDERICR RICRETTS AGATHA SHEMPF HUBER DALE ROBERTS MARJORIE SNYDER WHITE HELEN STURGELL DOROTHY TOLIVER CLIFFORD ROSS NYRY WARREN PAYIE REX SINCLAIR LYNN SHOOT WAND, WILEY RUTH YORK ROBERT SCHAFER WAYNE GATES PAUL R COOPER ETHEL BIRCH WAYNE G SMITH JUNE ELIZABETH PATTON BREWER Ruav ABNEY HOCT EARL ALBRITTON HELEN ALEXANDER WOODALL ARTHUR ARMSTRONG ALICE BADE BRANSON BAKER MARJORIE BARTH NINETTA BIGGS GEORGE EURLEY BLACK REED BLAIN GLADYS EURMEISTER GAFFNEY BLANCH COLLINGS WEATHERFORD GLENN H COLLINS HAROLD Coox ELSIE Cox DIVID CECILE CROSSMAN ARTHUR CORRIE MARY ALICE GILLISPIE BOYD HAINES PHYLLIS M. HEATH RENFRO EUGENE HUSER BELLE KINNEY GAFFNEY DOROTHY KRESIN SCHEU STEPHEN MARTIN CATHERYN MCGARY IVA MARIE MEALS 1930 SAOORUS, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS SADORUS, ILLINOIS ARTHUR, ILLINOIS FAIRBURY, ILLINOI OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS INDIANAPOLIS, IND. TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ROCHESTER, N Y CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CrMARGO, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILIINOI5 ALTON, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS PESOTUM, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS NEWMAN, ILLINOIS DECATUR, QLLINOIS HINDSBORO ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, LINOIS PESOTUM, LLINOIS DETROIT, N CHIGAN CALIFORNIA CHARLESTON, ILLINOIS SADORUS, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CINCINNATI, OHIO TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS NURDOCK, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PESOTUM, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS INDIANAPOLIS, IND. TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS HUME, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, DETROIT, CAMARGO, ARTHUR, TUSCOLA, LAMARGO, TUSOOLA, PONTIAC, OAKLAND, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS MICHIGAN ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS MICHIGAN ILLINOIS BALTIMORE, Nb ALTON, ILLINOIS CAMARGO, ILLINOIS DECATUR, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS HUME, ILLINOIS CHIONSO, CAMARGO, DECATUR, TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, OAKWOOD, TUSCOLA, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS TOLONO, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOI VI LA GROIIE, ILL. TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS LAwRENcEvILLE, ILL. TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS FICKLIN, ILLINOIS O WILLIAM GARRETT CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOI F f' K - L I ELOISE SCHAFER WILLIAMS MONTELLE VAN WINRLE HELEN WILLIAMS 0RvA WILLIAMS OHLSON DOROTHY BONHAM AMYx JOHN ARMSTRONG PAULINE BRUNO EDWIN BRADBURY LENORE CLEMENTS JOHN CAMBRIDGE MARIE COMPTON FRANR COMPTON DOROTHY COOOH GUY COOPER BERTHA CROSSMAN NK RIDE HOwARD COOPER CHIRLES Cox ELSIE FORD ABNEY HELEN FORD SHELTON CHARLES GALOREATH, JR RUTH FRYE DARLING HANS GOODMAN EDITH FULWIOER JAMES I-IAIIMETT RAOHAEL GARRETT SELLE HOMER HENDRICKS MRBEL GIBSON RITTON ROBERT HILGENBERG VERA GOOOE RAMSAY DELOERT KINNEY JULIA KENNEDY PAUL KRUSE RUBY HANCE CoLwELL RALPH KRUSE WILLIAM LINTON DEAN LOGAN HAROLD NMNWARING CLARISSA HIxSON EDGAR NKRTIN MABEL KRESIN ROBERT UMRTIN FREIDA LOGAN BOYD EDNA MEVIS NOEL MOORE GRETA MOORE MARTIN HARRISON ROMINE 1932 ST LOUIS, MISSOURI TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS RAYMOND, ILLINOIS CAMARGO, ILLINOIS BLOOMINGTON NORMAL, ILL UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CALIFORN DETROIT, BOURBON, BOURBON, TUSOOLA, CHICAGO, A ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS EWMAN, ILLINOIS PESOTUM, ILLINOIS ST LOUIS, MISSOURI TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS AURORA, GARRETT, TUSOOLA, TUSOOLA, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS GIBSON CITY, ILL. DECATUR, ILLINOIS FLAGGSTAFF, ARIZ. TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS CHARLESTON, ILL. DEOEASEO CHARLESTON, ILL. TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS New YORR, N. Y NORTHWESTERN UNI. TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, SAOORUS, TUSOOLA, DETROIT, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY or ILL. xl x 1 JOHN ALORINTON, JR. PEORIA, ILLINOIS 63 L9 - VIRGINIA ROMINE COMES NMRION RICKETTS MARY PICKETT CHARLES RICKETS DALE PATRICK LOUISE PETRY YORK DOLA 0'NEAL WILDEN ORAHOOD ELIZABETH NORVELL WALKER WILLARD NELSON DOROTHY MORRIS JAMES ROMINE EMELIE NNE SCHULTZ GERALD SEIP UMRTHA SEIP VICROY PAUL SNIDER BETTY SMITH EQULSMNH EDNA WARREN LOUDY MERLE TODD GLADYS WETZEL STRACK FRANK WEATHERFORD, JR NAOMI BECK CARTER Eum Blmx WALTER BLACK EDNA CEKANDER BYFORD BROCK MAXINE BROWN WILSUR ELLIS, JR. 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CAMARGO, ILLINOIS FICKLIN, ILLINOIS GARRETT, ILLINOIS TOSCOLA, ILLINOIS E.I S T C CHARLESTON NEWMAN, ILLINOIS VETERABURN, INDIANA DETROIT, MICHIGAN CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CAMARGO, ILLINOIS H 0 -1934- WAYNE NEAL E.I.S.T.C., CHARLESTON F N not og BETTY ILES RUTH MOORE YWROLD TODD LEWIS BELLEO MILDRED DOTY DEVOUR ADA JONES GEORGE SEIP JEAN SENTERS CHAKLES TUTTLE KATHLEEN MEIJTER CALEB NOwNING WILLIS JOLLEY RUTH CA EL MATTHEWS VINCENT BOWLE5 BERNICE LOYD LEWIS EILEEN MORRIS ERMA SNIDER BOYD WIESENER ALVIN SCHURG CHARLES RIEMKE RUTH HAINES TURNER ALLEN KELLOGG CARMILETA CHAPMAN BRYSON JACK COOK VIOLA FLESOR FRLDERICK LAWHORN WANDA LINCOLN MYRTA JANE ONEN SNIDER CHARLES WOOD RUTH COSLET THOMAS KENNEDY LMAIMVMNS ELAINE RIDEOUT WAYNE SMITH JANE ZIMMEIMAN CARL WOOLVERTON EMMA JEAN QUICK DOROTHY MCGUIRE HILLIGOSS VICTORIA FRVE LEAH JANE HOEL RAYMOND GRISSOM ALICE RUTH ALBIN CHARLES ABERCROMBIE LORETTA ANDERSON HOWARD BRIDGEWATER 1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILL PESOTUM, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, MACONS, DETROIT, DECEASED CHICAGO, GALTON, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, PESOTUM, PESOTUM, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, ATWOOD, GALTON, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS MICHIGAN ILLINOIS LLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS LLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS DENTON, TEXAS CHICAGO, DECATUR, FICKLIN, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS X. 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LOUIS, MISSOURI HINDSBORO, ILLINOIS HUNE, IL TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, FICKLIN, LINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILL ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS FICKLIN, TUSCOLA, TUSCOUI , CHICAGO, ILLINOIS U5CmA,ILuNOw AMES, IOwA PESOTUM, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MATTOON, ILLINOIS GALTON, ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILL TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS VILLA GROVE, ILL. TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS NEwTON, ILLINOIS NCKENDRE TUSCOLA, TwCmA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA , E COLLEGE ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILL TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILL. HmCmA,ILuNmS l . . . C LEONA RAHN . . . . ., STANLEY ROMINE wMEuuMmYmr GLENN TURNER Ross MARIS JAMES REEDER THOMAS BUNDY ROBERT RENNER IRENE ALEXANDrR DORIS BEARDSLEY ESTHER HEARDSLEY JUNE ARMSTRONG CHARLES ARTHUR RUTH BEECHER ANNA ILE BILLINGS FRLDA BAKER ERNEST BLACK LAWRENCE COLWELL EILEEN DICK KENT BROCK ROSEMARY BUEHRIG MARION ELLIS LEONE CAZEL THELMA GARRLTT GEORGE HHCKLEMAN LOIS JENKINS FROMAN BERNARD KENNEDY BERTHA HANCE HANNER VIRGINI HICKS RICHARD LAHS EDITH hCKSmI DOROTHY LINTON KAY NEVER wEum,mmuS MARY LIFE WILMA WCCA.TY WRIGHT 'IETN T NOFFTZ GEORGE IEISTER ELLEN ORHHOOD HELEN OYE VIRGINI RADCLIFF WIERMAN NUXINE RICE 1936 TUGSON, ARIzoNA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS DETROIT, MICHIGAN TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILL. NEw YORR DETROIT, MICHIGAN DECEASED CHANPAIGN, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUQCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 0 TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS CHARLESTON, ILL. TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS KANKAKEE, ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, Tu SC OLA , GARY, IN D ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS IANA TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS GARLAND, ILLINOIS P RIS, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA ILLINOIS FICKLIN, ILLINOIS TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS IITTOON, ILLINOIS DLCATUR, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS SHELBYVILLE, ILLINOIS TUSCOLI, ILLINOIS ATWOOD, ILLINOIS CHAHPAIGN, ILLINOIS BETTVLU PRICE C IMRGUERITE PRICE ATwOOD, ILLINOIS HELEN ROMINE UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS ROBERT RADCLIFF GARRETT, ILLINOIS H MPAIGN, ILLINOIS ' x X X f 1- - NN I A - A LUVINA LESTER TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS . L 'I " A I P I ' V. S K A ' ' N 1 WILBUR SAUER DOROTHY TODD WILLIAM IYATT GALE HOEL EARL PARKER JEAN SEIP CLYDE STURGELL IAXINE TADOR DOLORES TEETERS FRIEDA OYE IARGARET COY GEORGE CEE IMRIE JACOBS IMXINE CROWDIS WI LLI S THOIIAS JOYCE NNE COSLET LUCILLE BELLOT LEALLEN IRENCH HAROLD HANSOI BETTY WILSON HAROLD RODEHICK IM LTEI PFLUM ELIZABETH CALLOWAY WELEN KELLOGG JINNY NEAL FNAE VIRGINIA VAN VOORHIS CHARLOTTE GERICHS RUTH LUCAS HARRY NMnSH EINEST LAMB LEON JIVIDEN LSTHER LEWIS JOHN BEAN DOROTHY LAUGHLIN JONES DOVELL BONNETT SADIE RENNER EMERSON ROHAGK FRANCES TAYLOR LEONE FASNACHT NWRY WALDEN UhLLlE FIFER IWNWARING JUNIOR FERGUSON DOROTHY MEAL5 ARTRIM HAROLD WETZEL FREDERICK BREGGER WILBUR HOEL JANET DAVIS CLARENCE GORDY 1937 TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, PASADENA TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, TUSCOLA, TUOCOLA, IATTOON, TUSCOL TUSOOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSOOLA, TUSGOLA, TUSCOLA, TUSGOLA, TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS CALIFORN ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS In TERRE HAUTE BUSINESS C OLLEGh TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS MUNTICELLO SEMINARY TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS S SWEETBRIAR COLLEGE ULIVET COLLEGE INDIANAPOLIS BUSINESS COLLE EUREKA COLLEGE TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS GALTON, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS TUSLOLA, ILLINOIS TUSGOLA, ILLINOIS PEORIA, ILLINOIS E.I.S WAPELLA, ILLINOIS TUSCOLAp ILLINOIS TERRE HAUTE BUSINESS COLLEGE TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS TUSOOLA, ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CHILLICOTHE BUSINESS COLLEGE TUSCOLA, ILLINOIS G xk I ' XVI ' . If -. . f . x f I V ROBERT REECE E.I.S.T.C. 'l Eoio .T.C. UTOCO 0-it - ,,:. S Www 10 4 1 If ag - ,ge x fp. 14 N-5 ' 'EB E 7 K , 'Q ' . ' Q f Q ' K ML THE END OF THD TR A . A K 99 B bk 4 A Q T' . C 2 ff' 1 C 'MJ my l X - . I l ' JU T FOR A LAUGH LIFE BEGINS AT FDRTY -'TO TELL US WHAT A MESS wE'vE MADE OF IT g WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF MRS FLACK RETURNED ouR TEST PAPERS JAMES CLINTON FORGOT T0 BE DEFINITE DICK MOORE GOT TO CLASS ON TIME JIM RICHIE TALKED FAST T C H S FACULTY TOOK A VACATION MAX SPARKS COULDN'T DANCE NOBODY MADE THE FLUNKER'S LIST PALMER Cox REALLY HURRIED WE DIDN'T HAVE SLUS5 AND MAGNUSSON AS CLASS ADVISERS ?"?'??"?'???"? Boa BLACK? MARY A CROSSMAN7 LYLE FAITH FUL9 fTO o JOANNE A KING? RICHARD A LAKE? ROBERT JOLLY? ANNABELLE WI, DOES WILLIS WINN? ls MYRON A BIRD? CAN ROBERT Coon? DOES BILL HAVE A PRICE? HAS JUNIOR ANY PARKS9 CAN BILL SLAUCHTER? IS EUGENE A WHITEHEAD9 HAS GLENN AN ARM TRONG? QSTRDNGARMJ JOHN GOODE9 DOROTHY A PECK? KOR BUSHEL, WILLIAM Wooo? QLIKE CHARLIE MCCARTHY, IS GERALDINE JAY KOR GAY, NYRLE NUSSON fMUSN'T, cHEw TOBACCO FOOTBALL MEN GET WBLTS AND BJMPS N THEIR HEADS ND ON THEIR RUMPS BOOKWORMS NEVER GET CONCUSSIONS ALL THEY JUMP AT ARE CONCLUSIONS MISS SLUSS WHO wAS IN THE ROMAN ARMY? BETTY COLLINS SOLDIERS. U U O O IS ls . ls - . J J Is IS . IS RICHARD A BISHOP? IS IS SE? ls . IS IS I L Qkdg ... yi L, Laing vb ff-bhlif-G ll fr, fo If 4,0 5-ST I, W - 5 QQ Slilxlb AVC COHGWWUWQQ on. an Bxoova ck ms Chief L 'PCI e. ' A - it I Q -.1 ll o 'dvi R: Q Q M 'A' Ugg . an ,., 1 + , 'Q I " " 1 x it fl xl , 1 .I Q 1 1-. A C X A - i I. ,- '-Xxx , ,04 A fl V ' 41. V -its A ' ., ' ' f JUST FOR A LAUGH MRS FLACK QFIRST HOUR HISTORY CLASS, NAME THE COLONIES, GEORGE O GEORGE O SHALL I NAME THEM IN ORDER OR SKIP AROUND9 MRS. FLACK NO, YOOID BETTER STAND STILL' "THAT'S A DIRTY TRlCK," SAID THE FROG AS HE TURNED A FLIP IN THE MUD. DICK MOORE WHERE DO You BATHE7 GLENN ARMSTRONG IN THE SPRING DICK I ASKED WHERE, NOT WHEN MISS FRANTZ CWATCHING FOOTBALL PRACTICE, IN BUT THOSE BOYS ARE DIRTY Huw WILL THEY EVER GET CLEAN7 COACH BENOIT THAT' WHAT THE SCRUB TEAM IS FOR. SHE SAYS 'NON NIANING nTMYBEu SHE CANIT SAY HYESH FOR SHE IS A LADY MORAL WHY ASK7 NERLE MOHR KIN ENGLISH CLASS, MILTON MARRIED AND WROTE PARADISE QOST HIS WIFE DIED AND HE wROTE PARADISE REGAINED MR W LLIMAN WHAT IS A VACUW49 BILL ILES I HAVE IT IN MY HEAD BUT I CANIT EXPLAIN IT COACH WHO WIS HOMERR HAROLD SEIP THE GUY BABE RUTH MADE FAMOUS. How ELSE WOULD You SAY IT? 1 POINTLESS A5 A RRETZEL 2 SHE LOORED AS IF SHE HAD BEEN FOURED INTO HER CLOTHES AND HAD FOROOTTEN TO HSAT WHENH 3 SHE SHIFTED HER BRAINS INTO NEUTRAL AND LET HER TONGUE IDLE ON. WHAT'S THE HSE? BY THE TIME I KNOW A LINE DRIVE FROM A HUNT, THE FELLOWS ON THE FIELD WERE READY TO PUNT. AND NOW THAT I GR SF, HTHIRD DOWN AND TEN TO GO,u THE PLAYER IS GETTING A wHAT9 A FREE THROWI 1 5 u s n u a n , B - I . . . 1 , a D . , Q A . I . I , O I n Q - , .. c o a n . . I - ' -.-.1-l O D -1-.-ii --1--1 n O Q 0 1 o 0 , . s 1 o o I o - 1 0 a I A . u O T --1-1 i.. II . - . ra A I I . ----. ---- I I .UST PCR A UIUGH EASY TALK X qx1If EAST IS EAST AND wEsT IS wEsT, 5 AND NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET: gf FDR IF THEY DID, IT wouw BE A TWAIN WRECK. IWXNNEF6? HE GAVE HER HIS SUIT, SHE FAINTED. WHEN SHE CAME TD, SHE THANRED HIM, HE FAIINTED. REFEREE's THENE SUNG WHISTLE WHILE You WORK. WHEN I wAs TOLD, "HE'LL GIVE YOU THE SHIRT OFF HIS BACK," I DlDN'T SAY, "I'D RATHER HAVE A CLEAN ONEQ' ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERIGANA ISLAND -A PIECE or LAND GOING OUT FOR A swam. A ERESH WDRRY 1 THERE ARE 52 WEEKS IN A YEAR. THERE ARE SEVEN DAYS IN A WEEK. 7x52 EQUALS 364. 4. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OTHER DAY? WHEN THE WOMAN DRIVER AHEAD or ME DIDNVT START RRDNPTLY ON THE GREEN LIGHT, I DIDN'T sw, "WELL, LADY, IT AIN'T GONNA GET ANY GREENERJ' THINGS I'D LIKE TO SEE HOPPER THE APPLE or MY EYE A pggsou BURNED UP WITH ANGER THE FELLCIN mo Rurs HII4 FOOT IN HIS MOUTH EVERY TIME HE OPENS ITD SENICR Do YOU mow ANY GOOD JOKES FOR THE ANNUAL? FRESHMAN PUT MY PICTURE INQ Ea DOTY I'D LIKE To ASK You A QUESTION CONCERNING TRAGEDVQ MISS LEAK WELL? Ea wHAT'5 MY GRADE? 40 0 O ' I 20 - 3. THE DEPTHS or DESPAIR- ---------- A YouNGsTER KNEE HIGH TO A QRAS5 191-4 sk men n M810 K v- X :ff-WSH S'f"v 'N :T 'Yuri' JLBT FCR A LAUGH WHEN You SEE A FRESHNAN wITH HIS HEAD ELEVATED DON'T CRITIZE HIM lT'S A PLEASI NT THOUGHT' ROSES ARE RED, VIOLETS ARE BLUE, BJT THEYIRE MUCH TOO EXPENSIYE FOR A GIRL LIKE YOUO 'New IN LAS' ANYTHING SHOULD GO wRONG WITH THIS EXPERIMENT," SAID MR WULLIMAN, "WE AND THE LABORATORY WITH Us WILL ALL BE BLOWN SKY HIGH. Now, OOME A LITTLE CLOSER, CLASS, IN ORDER THAT You MAY FOLLOII ME." A DETERMINED SOUL WILL DO MORE WITH A RUSTY MONKEY WRENCH THAN A LOAFER WILL ACCOMPLISH WITH A MACHINE GUNO MISS FRANTZ DID YOU WASH THAT FISH BEFORE YOU BAKED IT9 BOB KNAPP NO, WI-l1T'S THE USE, IT HAS LIVED IN WATER ALL ITS LIFE. THEN THERE IS THE SCOTCHMAN WHO WOULD DRINK A GLASS OF WATER, THEN GO OUT IN THE BAPN AND TICKLE A MULE SO AS TO GLT A KICK OUT OF ITD FATI-ER TELL HIM TO THINK UP A NEW ONEO I TOLD THAT T0 YOJR MOTHERO JJDGE WHY DID YOU STEAL THAT WATCH? PRISONER I ONLY WANTED TO KNOw THE TIME. JUDGE WELL THE TIME I5 FIVE YEARS. NI-:xr CASE. HEIEII I CANIT LEARN THE BIG APPLE. JOE WHY NOT9 HELEN I DON'T KNONO PERHAPS I'M TOO SLIJND IENTALLYO ISNIT IT NATURAL THAT SCOTCH wHISKEY SHOULD MAKE You TIGHT" BETTER BE A BOOIMIORM THAN A FOOTBALL BLG, CARRIED OFF THE GRIDIPON IN I BCRROWED RJGO WE EDITOFB MAY OIG AND THINK TILL OUR FINGER TIPS ARE SORE, BUT SOME POOR SAP"HEAD'S SURE TO SAY, "Aw, I'vE HEARD THAT JOKE BEFORE." O I 'I JO: BUT, PAPA, HE SAYS HE CANIT LIVE WITHOUT ME. B 0 O S T E R P A G E To THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS FIRMS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN MAY WE EXPRESS OUR GREAT APPRECIATION FOR THEIR HEARTY SUPPORT OF THE TUSCOLIAN AIKEN'S WALGREEN SYSTEM DRUG STORE W L ARTHUR, BILLIARDS A LUNCH BNLDWIN'5 CAFE BILLIEIS SANDWICH SHOP DR. W C BLAINE, PHYSICIAN DR. NNRON BOYLSON, PHYSICIAN C C BUEHRIG, JEwELRY DR R E BURNS, CHIROPRACTOR CARPENTERIS CLOTHING STORE CASHFORD'S ART STORE COOCH BROS. SERvIcE STATION DOUGLAS HOTEL BEAUTY SHOP DOUGLAS COUNTY GARAGE DOUGLAS HOTEL BARBER SHOP EDDIS DEPARTMENT STORE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A FRIEND FURSTE AUTO SUPPLY OR H M CAREER, OPTOMETRIST HACKLEMAN'S GROCERY A WHAT MARKET E D HALL, SERVICE STATION H RAY WARREN, HARDWARE BRUCE T. WILLIAMS, DEW DROP INN YOUNGIS ELECTRIC SHOP DR. MELYIN F LOSSMAN, DENTIST TUSCOLA RADIO SUPPLY Co DR. R M MOUNT, OSTEOPATH MCGARY FUNERAL HOME McNEILL'S DRUG STORE JAY R NORTH INC , FURNITURE PARKWAY GARAGE WILLIAM RILEY RO0T'S CLEANERS AND DYERS SEIBOLD FLORIST COMPANY HERMAN SLUTSKY DRY GOODS TATE'S GROCERY HOMER E TODD, PLUMBING L HEATING TUSCOLA CAPE TUSCOLA KANDY KITCHEN TUSCOLA STATE BANK F E VAN DOREN C A VEST, IMPLEMENTS S L VICTOR WADDINGTON FUNERAL HOME FRANK WARREN WELL WORTH JOHN DEWEY, TAILOR FRED A. SMITH LUMBER ' w. D. z.


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