University City High School - Dial Yearbook (University City, MO)

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YQ 4, Q X if K , ..,. I X O Q 'l A .gy C1 i , I-. ,ei ep., Faculty MR. I. E. BAKER Drury' Cullrry, A Pr: Llnwer-My of Chlcago. A. Bl: Prlnfxpal Miss lvl.-XRY lh'lAIN'llL'I'ON W'aslxxx1grul1 Unxversnzv. A. H: Columbla lamnvvrsxrw A. Nl.: Ds-an of Gxrls: Hmd of English Dcpartmnnr. Sponsor of Dual. Miss HELEN M. DoNNE1.1.v W'.hlun,.3zon Univ.-rsflv. A, H. A M.: H1-ad of l.aun lin-parrmr-nr: S.-mor Sp-num: Sponsor of Classxml Club. Miss LELlAE'1"1'A MARIE BRuNs Xvnslungron Umvvrsxry. A. H., A. Nl: H1-ad ot Marlxr- matncs Dvparlnu-nr: Sn-mor Sponsor Miss BESSIE I. WKJI.FNER Mxlwaukuv Ijownur College, A. li.: New York Umvvrsxry, A. Nl.: Hmd or lfrunch Dm-parrnunlg Sponsor of l.v Cf.-rrlv lfranral- and lfrm-nfl: Plav. MR. M. P. SfIliLll,'l'Z Unuvvrsury of Wnsconsln. A. B.: Wfashimzmn Umvcr- suv. A, Mg He-ad of Science Dupartmenr. Clwmxslryl Sponsor ff Clwnmisrrv Club. Miss ED1'1'u HAM MONO Vl'1sl11ngron L'n1v.-rslry. A. H.. A. Nl.: Head of Com- nn-rqml Department: Sponsor of National Honor So' ricfrv. MRS. HAZEI. D. WAI.I.Aflll Vi'.1-.lxulxgroxm University. A, B.. A. M.: History: Scienrvs, Mlss M,xRoARE'1' FR,xxriEs Iouxsox W'xslnngro:1 l'nlu-rs1'A.'. A H. A N11 ffnglnslx MR. ROBERT R. RussE1.1. Social Blnswurx Smtv Teachers' College. B, S. ln Fiucarmnp Hxsmrv Page Six Faculty DR. ERWIN I. URCH Grove City College, A, B.: University of Chicago, A. M.: Chicago Theological Seminary, B. D.: St. Louis Univer- sity, Ph. D,g History: Sponsor of Forum: Debate Coach, Miss FLORENCE I-IAACK K. S A. C. College. B. S.: Home Economics. Miss MARTHA BARNIDGE Washington University, A. B.: A. M.: History, MR. W. E. KETTELKAMP Central Wesleyan. A. B.: University of Chicago. A, M.: History. Miss LuI.u P. TURNER Missouri University. A. B.. B. S.: Columbia University. A. M.: Mathematics: Sponsor of Mathematics Club. Miss BESS HOWARD Randolph Macon. A. B.: University of Chicago. A. M.g Mathematics: Assistant in Opera. Miss DOROTHY M. EMERY University of Michigan. A. B.. A. M,: French: Sponsor of Student Council. Miss MARGARET EDGAR COWEN Wesrern College. A. B.: Washington University, A. M.: English: Sponsor of Literary Club. Miss MAE GRAY Art Institute. Giicagoz University of Illinois, B. A.: Columbia University, M. A.. Art: Sponsor the Art Club. Page Seven MR. CLARENCE A. Mum. Penn College. University of Illinois. B. S.: Director of Athletics: Co-Sponsor of Tribe. HT - 1 F Y r Miss DOROTHY MAY ABBOTT University of Nebraska, B. S.: Commercial. Miss LAURA H. BRISCOE E 5 Washington University. B. S.: Sponsor of Service Club: X E Commercial. V i . 2 5 T 3 . i E 1 . MR. W. C. STREHLMAN g 3 Central Wesleyan College. A. B.: Washington Univer- V sity, A. M.: Physics: Geography. E 5 I 5 1 MR. EUGENE E. SEUBERT 5 Q University of Missouri, A, B.: Washington University, A. M.: English: Sponsor of "Pep." l i 1 31 2 . E . MR. ELMER D. BUEKER 1 Missouri State Teachers' College, B. S.: University cf l . Colorado. A. M.: Biology: Biology Club: Museum Club. I X yi l l i l 1 MR. IOHN H. BERGMAN l Washington University, A. B.: Latin: Co-Sponsor of Classical Club. l jx l I W i . 5 H 1 g Z MR. H. E. SCHEMMER 5 : 3 University nf Missouri. B. S.: Physical Education: Co- l l F Sponsor of Tribe. 5 F 5 i l i 2 C. KENNETH COLLINGS University of Mxssouri, B. S., A. M.: Biol08Y1 Sponsor 2 E of Camera Cfub. Miss ZELLA MARY MURRAY Carleton College, A. B.: Librarian. Miss PARK AUSTIN Secretary to the Principal. Page Eight Faculty MISS HELEN lVlANI.EY Wfelloslev College. B. A.: Wxsconsin University: Cali- fornia Universnv. Graduate Work: Columbm Univermty. M. A: Supervxsor of Phys ral Educatzonz Co-Sponsor of Glrls' Ll. Club MISS NORA PARR Northwest Mmsouri State Tuacln-rs' Cullt-gc, li S: CII- lumhm University, M. A.: Waslxington Unnersxty. Grad- uate VUcrlt: Dzreczor of Girls' Physlcal Iiducatmn: Cu-Sponsor of Chrls' U. Club MR. A. T. DUNII.-XXI lxlissotrri Sfhfml of Minas. ll. S: Manual Trammg: N11-chanical Drawing. MRs. EDITII BoDENII,xI2ER UI1IvI-rsIty nf Utah. A. B.: Univcrsxty of Kansas. A, M.: English: Sponsor of Xwriteris Club. MR. NOR3I.AN H. FALKENIIAINER Univursitv of Mlssourx, B. S.: D.rector of Instrumcntal Music. MISS EVELYN Izxczxsox Stn-pin-ns College-2 Northwcsturn Univcrvty: Nlissouri Uni' ver-Itv. B. S. In Ed.: WIsCoI1sIn UnIvt-rslty. Graduate Work: Physical Education, MISS LOUISE MIALONE Washington Umversity. A. B: English: Sponsor of Dramzmc Club and Semor Play. MR. GEORGE I. MEC1IIAI.SON Lawrence College. Mus. B.: HL:ad of Music De-partmvntg DIrector of Opera. MISS CHRISTINE MELCHER University of MIs:,0urI. B. S.: HIsrory': English. Page Nine MR. EI.AIxI WATsox Missouri Start- Teachers' College. A, B.. B. S.: Nlatlw- matlcs. ,- Qs qgu-1 QIIIIICI Piqg Eluux C 1 Q S S Offlcers Hgr, brh BEATRIK P C IARIX Bmw IVES HARRISON louxsox Miss Buuxs I Miss DONINEIIXN OFFILERS V14 e Prewdent Secretary Treasurer Sponcore Q fv- Qs Q' 6 ' ' ,4 It 5221 1 'in 0 am Clark johnxon Iu-N RICHARD H1c3c31NBo'm,xx1 --------- President l 3- 655 Q4 ' ' 1- 'Pi -A Higginbotham Clark Cvreensfelcler Morgan Karm Bushyhead Lueking Washburn ' 1 uw, NP" . , .w il i Leykamp Reed Black Drummond Seniors RICHARD CANN HIGQINBOTHAM If abiliry malrca for Nzicrcss, llc will bc biiucmsfiil Math. Club 3. Pr.-5. 4: Dal Staff Z. 3. 4: Nat'I Honor Society. Senior Class Pres.: Pep Staff 4. BEATRICE M. CLARK For beauty lilies with lrinclnefs Vice-Pros. Senior Claw: Student Council 2: Nat'l l'lonor Society. Pres.: Honor Pin 2. 3: U. Club Treas. 3. 4: Math. Club Sec'y 4: Skating Club 3. BERNARD E. LEYKAMP 'Tis a grcat plague to be a lzandbomc 771371 Snldan High School: Skating Club 3: Rifle Club 3. 4, HARRY GREENSFELDER, IR. To bc or not to be Latin Club 2. 3: Dcbatxlmg Club 2: Tennis Team 1. 3. 4: Tribe 3. 4: Honor Pin Z' Dial Staff s. 4. opi-fa 4. Haaket Ball 5. EDITH MORGAN Slick roll-licaclccl, slick ulcwcr, sllvfs poppy- -it's triic Im REED Good naturcd, good looking, good fun and wc likc him, we do. cvcryonc LILLY KARM Always filled with clicrr Opera Ballet 4: Honor Pin 2: U, Club 2. 3: Treaa. 4: Varaxy Hockey 2: Baakr.-t Ball 2. 3. 4: Baseball 2. 3. 41 Volley Ball 3. HENRY BUSHYHEAD A scheme of life is-rim, run, rimf IIM BLACK ls thcrc golf in Paradise? Roosevelt High School: Golf Team 3. 4: Baseball 4: Tribe 4. ELISE LUERING Hello! l'Vc'rc gladf Goodbye- VVc'ri: sorryl Service Club 3, 4: Opera 4. EvERE'1"1' WASIIBURN llly bcst is all that l can tlo HARVEY DRUlN15lOND ''Happy-go-liiclryH Baseball S. 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T l Q- -nf 4 Alexander Garton Ochs Moscownz Glatsteln Rubin Glaser Mlllman Q? -.14 Hardin Balson Perncn Pallces Semors R BARER ALEXANDER omnzon wnw amonq nun IN a fortune. rarc' EDITH MAY GARTON Oh Why Nhould life all labor Soldan Hugh School Serx ce Club 4 Art Club 4 WM G HARDIN H1 zdla of a perfect day Lew u ork and more play Soldan Hgh Sfhool L11 BURN M Cf us Fmru 1f'lLl1 1 man Wu llI!1f., 4 Ba 0 3 4 Football 1 c u 7 l e 7 1. l 3 Opcra Chorus HYMAN Mosc ovx ITZ Still uat rs run dlcp Sold1n Hxp.,l1 School I EDw ARD BALSON A shu mort uhcn gr lb are close by But uxth thc btronqcr Sm hes a rcqular guy Colf Team 4 IRWIN GLA1 STEIN In oraforu he excels Soldan High Sdxoo Chemxslry C ub resxdenl 4 Forum 7 Sec 4 De are Team 3 4 h L d r RUTH Rusux Auaxp sunt and mod t aluays smiling U Club Vice Preadent 4 Service Club 3 4 Hockey 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Volley Ball 4 Basket Ball 4 MARIO ANDREW PERTICI Here xx a gcnzal and happy nature a eball reg! mg 7 n e ALLEN GLASER Allnn xs quxct ncvcr a doubt lou scldom hear hxm laugh and shout DORO1 uv MILLMAN A truc frzcnd mdmd HAROLD H PALRES Young man Wlrzg do you talk and talk and laik' Opera 3 Page Fourtccn Seniors HARRISON H. IOHNSON Here's that handsome boy we know so well, Now, girls, let him alone-theres the bell. Tribe 2. 3. 4: Math. Club 3: Student Presi- dent 4: Sen. Class Treas.: Track 2. 3, 4. BLANCHE WONDELL Quiet, courteous. and kind Opera Chorus 3: U. Club 3. 4. IOHN R. AMMERMAN If there isn't anything to do, let me do it Roosevelt High: Football 2, 3: Opera Chorus 2: All County Band 4: All State Orchestra 4: Wrestling 2. 3. BOB SCHEPMAN He will answer to the purpose Roosevelt High. D. K. SANDERS Nothing is impossible to duty Track 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Rifle Club 3, 4. NoRIvIA MARIE DREIFKE And gladly would she learn Stamp Club 2: Latin Club 3: Sec. 42 Biol- ogy Club 4: Honor Pin 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society. IRWIN WALPERT And his spirit leaps within him Latin Club 2: Honor Pin 3. OscAR RouFA A gentleman in all that he does Rifle Club 3, SAMUEL PAT PEARLSTEIN In track and football he leads the flock, He's just a chip of the old block. Track 3, 4: Basket Ball 2: Wrestling 3. 4: Football 4. IAMES P. GILLIS What he undertook to do, he did well St. Louis U. High: Student President 4: Opera President 3, 4: French Play 4: Stu- dent Council 4g Dramatic Club 3: Pep Staff 3: Dial Staff 3: Skating Club 4: Service Club 4: Senior Play 4. FRANK HALL Thcre's always another day. So why worry this away? Page Fifteen Johnson Wondell Ammerman Schepman Sanders Dreifke Walpert Roufa Pearlstein III1 VNN IX XXX XX 'X l X 1 I 1 N Ll 1 fx 89111015 'xvI3,xx'1fLi1,1'1i1f,111. A l':11-.11 T11 11.1 11'-' f,':1f :': ff1:s 112.1 1':.1r: 'N v'-- 1-11-. 11131 5 211.1 C11 1 11xf 11' L11 1ix11-1x1 C3x11 ' ' UU ff'.',' Inf. -:1f1: 11-1111 111. 5 111.111 , , 1 N- 51'1'r11.',Z 1. .NIJ 1: 1 Ii 1511 N14 11. .1 1 1 1 11 1 s 151-11.ff.,,' 1: '- 4 , 11 I ' '.1r. 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IACK CRUTCHER A born musician Literary Club 4: Latin Club 2. 3. 4: Track 4. FRANCES Buss A maiden with a smile, whose friend- ship is so well worth while Dramatic Club 2. Pres. 3. Treas. 4: Art Club 2. 3. Vice-Pres. 4: Latin Club 3. Treas.. Vice-Pres. 4: Nat'l Honor Society, Vice- Pres.: Student Council. Sec. 4: Opera Chorus 2, 3. Principal 4: Pep Staff 4: Dial Staff 3. 4: Senior Play Principal: Honor Pin 2. 3: Opera Ballet 3: Service Club 3. S. I. ARNOLD, IR. Girls delight me not Track 2. 3. 4: Tribe Z. 3. 4. DOROTHY NICHOLSON MORRILL Dot and her cheerful smile Makes this world worth while Art Club 2. 3. 4, Pres.: Active Service Club 3. 4: Dial Staff 3. 4. C-rculation Manager 4: Pep Staff 4. IOSEPH W. PEMBERTON Dont rush me: time goes on forever Literary Club 3. Vice-Pres. 4: Classical Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Opera Chorus 3: Service Club 3. MARY BETH BROOKING Her mirth the world requires Dramatic Club 2. 3. 4. Sec.: Literary Club 4. Sec.: L1tfn Club 2. 3. 4: Student Coun- cl 1: Honor Pin 2: Opera Ballet 3. WAYNE H. BIGLER l'm master of all I survey Baseball 2: Opera 2. 3. 4: Classical Club 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Service Club 3. HARRIET S. FOOTE Do gentlemen prefer blondes: Not when Harriefs around French Club 4: French Play 4: Opera Prin- cipal 2. 3. 4: Senior Play 4. w EDVVARD BALLMAN The Speed Demon Football Mgr. 3: Track 2, 3. 4: Basket Ball 3: Tribe 2. 3. 4: Honor Pm 2. 5, Page Eighteen Seniors IANE KENTZLER Am I ever vexed with heavy care? Davenport High. Davenport. Iowa. SALLY IANE AusBEcK Quiet and self-composed, What she thinks nobody knows Pep Staff 2: News Editor 3: Crculation manager 4: French Club 4: Literary Club 41 Archery Team 2 3. 4. DAVID E. LEIOH I never let studies interfere with my education Pep Staff 3, 4: Student Council 4: Serg.-an Arms 3: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Literary Club 3. Pres. 4: Dial Staff 4: Opera Chorus 3,4, KATHRYN IARRELL HAMPTON She has a good line and generally puts it over Dramatic Club 2. 3. 4: Pep Staff 2, 4: Opera Ballet 3, 4: U. Club 4: French Club 3, 41 Rifle Club 3. 4: Opera Chorus 2. 3, 4: Student Council 2: Senior Play Produc- tion 4: Nat'l Honor Society. DON BRISTOW All the world loves a lover Wrestling 2, 3. 4: Tribe 3, 4: Opera Chorus 4. CHARLOTTE FAIRBANK We can't help but like her, for there's none quite like her Pep Staff 2, 3: Dial 2, Asst. Ed. 3, Editor 4: Natl. Honor Society: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2. 3. 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Archery 2: Opera Chorus 2, 3, 4: Basket Ball 2, 3. CURTIS R. YORK Music is his very soul Dramatic Club 3, 4: Opera Principle 2. 3. 4: Student Council, Vice-Pres. 4: Pep Staff 4. Nat'l Honor Society. HELEN CLOSE For she's sincere and an unfailing friend Latin Club 2. Pres.. Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Dramatic Club Vice-Pres. 3. Pres. 4: Service Club 3: Nar'l Honor Society: Dial Staff 4: Opera 2. 3. 4: Student Council 4: Senior Play Assistant. Bun BRANCH Sincerity itself Writers' Club 2, Vice-Pres, 3, Pres.: Forum 3: Literary Club 3. 41 Service Club 3, 4: Honor Pin 3. ELINOR WELLS Not all the good things of life arc found in books-say Il Opera Chorus 2. 3: Opera Ballet 3. 4, ANDREW W. MCNEILEY Andy is a handsome lad, not too good. not too bad Basket Ball 2, 3: Tribe 3, 4: Classical Club 2, 3, Treas., Pres. 4: Opera Chorus 2, 3, 4: Golf Team 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LAMB Here's a boy we're proud to show, We knew wc'd be three years ago Football 2, 3. 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Golf 2. 3- 4: Tribe 2. 3, 4: Class President. Page Nineteen Kentzler Ausbeclt Leigh Hampton Bristow Fairbank York Close Branch Wells McNeiley Lamb Seniors CAROLYN WRIGHT A smile for all, a welcome glad. A jovial, winning way she had Math. Club. Sec. 3. 4: Latin Club 2. 3. 4: Student Council. Treas.. Sec. 4: Service Club 4: Natl. Honor Society. Treas.: Hockey 2. 3: All-County Hockey 2: Basket Ball 2. 3: Honor Pin 2. 3. 4: Skating Club 3. 42 Vice-Pres. of Senior Class: U. Club 2. 3. 4: Dial Staff 4. BOB WHITE Small in stature, but great in mind Math. Club 3. 4: French Club 3. 4: Pep Staff 3. 4: Dial Staff 3. 4: Student Council 4: Cheer Leader 2. 3. 4: Natl. Honor So- ciety, Pres.: Service Club 4: Honor Pin 2, 3. 4: French Play Principal 4: Tribe 3, 4: Senior Class Treas. Lois WICHMAN With sunny eyes and sunset hair Dial Staff 4: Arr Club 4: Service Club 3. 4. ROBERT L. TODD In Oratory he excels and he does many other things as well Service Club 2. 3, 4: Math. Club 2, 3. 4. Vice-Pres.: Pep Stal? 4: Dial Staff 4: Honor Pin 2: Natl. Honor Society: French Club 3. 4: French Play 3: Student Council 4. THELMA E. ALBRECHT The hand of an artist Art Club 2, 3. 4. Sec. 4: Stamp Club 2: Writers' Club 2: Serv'ce Club 3. 4: History Club 3: Dial Staff 4. EUGENE ASCKENASY What's worth doing is worth doing well Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Band 2. 3. 4: All-County Orchestra 4: All-State Orchestra 4: Skating Club, Bus, Manager 3: Chemistry Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Math, Club 4: Honor Roll 2: Wrestling Team 2. 4: Track 3. LENA FERGUSON A friend in need is a friend indeed Lucius E. MORE, IR. Although his joy in life is skating, Still his grades haue found high rating Latin Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: Math. Wfighf White Wichman Club 3 4' French Club 4 Treasn Track 2' Firodd Akgrecht Aglikellasy Tennis 3: Opera Chorus 2: Natl. Honor efguson ore aplro Society: Skating Club 3: Service Club 2. 3. Queen Brown Johnston ESTELLE SHAPIRO In gymnastics Estelle won't be beat, She's an "all star" athlete U. Club 3. Serg.-at-Arms 3. President 4: Varsity Hockey 2. 3: Varsity Basket Ball 2, 3: Varsity Volley Ball 2. 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 2. 3. 4: Opera Ballet 3. ROBERT T. QUEEN Slow but thoughtful are his actions Chem stry Club 3: Track 2, 3. 4: Poetry Club 3. 4. VIRGINIA BROWN Malte merry, for we have but one life before Irs Art Club 2: Opera 1. 3. 4: Senior Play Staff 4. IAMES ROBERT IOIHINSTON Likeable and sincere Track 3. 41 Senior Play Helper 4. Page Twenty Seniors IOSEPHINE F. CHRISTMANN 'Tis a bright and happy lass that here we do see U, Club 2. 3, 4, Sec., Vice-Pres.: Latin Club 2: Baseball Varsity 2, 3: Volley Ball 2. 3: Hockey Varsity 4: Basket Ball Varsity 4: Opera Ballet 3, 4: Sec. Sr, Class. NoRIvIA E. WITTERSCHEIN Oh, dear!! Always work- Opera Ballet 2. 3. RUTH SHERRICK Ah, Ruth, your eyes, the way they say things Latin Club 2. 4. Sec, 3: Opera Chorus 2: Opera Ballet 3. CALVIN M. HARRIS I wonder what he does for excitement Rifle Club 2. 3. MARY FRANCES CHADWICK Another merry, blue-eyed blonde Pep 2: Dramatic Club 2. 4. Treas. 3: Opera Chorus 2. 3. 4. ERNEST L. OHLE, IR. Ernest is his name: sincerity his fame Natl. Honor Society: Latin Club 3, Pres. 4: Dramatic Club 4: Pe Staff 4: Dial Stat? 4: Basket Ball 2, 3: Track 2. 3. 4: Math. Club 3, 4: Service Club 2. 3. 4: Senior Play Principal: Stamp Club 2: Tribe 3, 4: Honor Pin 2. 3, 4: Student Pres. 4. VIVIAN WIDES One can't help being fond of her- Clayton High School: Service Club 2, 3. 4: Dramatic Club 2. 3. 4: Honor Pin 2. 3, ROSEMARY RAMSEY Capable in all she undertakes Natl. Honor Society 4: Math, Club 4: Biology Club 3: Latin Club 3: Honor Pin 2. 3: Art Club 2: Pep Staff 4. BETTY FRY Her eyes languish Morton High School, Richmond. Ind. DAVID ROSINSKY Dave never meets defeat: he's a real athlete Football: Soph. Team: Basket Ball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2. 3. 4. EVELYN MAY BISSELL A sweet girl of few words Riverview Gardens High: U, Club 4: Basket Ball Varsity 4. NORMAN A. FROEHLICH Thou hast the fatal art of beauty Page Twenty-one Christmann Witterschein Sherrick Harris Chadwick Ohle Wides Ramsey Fry Rosinsky Bissell Froehlich Y. is A gsm S ' N fl 1' li q Ki' --qs Spence De-vereux Dexheimer Ashby Pepping Ellis Sterneclc Bialiclc " ' - " . 'fwzffs .Lu ,- .Yw..r'37? fir Lyris Seibert Clark Rabenau A QF - . ., 1 I it-Isaak 3 Gil' I: Seniors NEI.I.E SPENCE Blond hair and blue eyes, lVlIieh all of us pri:e lirackn-nridgv High School. DRUCY LEE DEvEREux lVlII,I should I study and make myself crazy? Opera 1. 3. 4. IACK LYTLE Every inch a man Rossevelt, N. Yg Evanston Township. Ill.: Football 41 Golf 4. GEOZQGIA DEXIIEIIVIER XVIICH it comes to athletics this girl is a Hl1'lIllH liorkev 1. 31 Varsity 4: Baseball 2. 3. 4: Basket Hall 3: Varsity 43 Vollcy Ball 3. 4: ll. Cluh 2. 4. Virerpres. 3: Opera Chorus 3. 4. MARGLIERITTE ASIIBY The merriest of the lot WILLIAM C. SEIBERT His modesty is his ehief virtue Football 3. 4: Wrestling 3. 4: Opera Chorus 3. 4: Tribe 3. 4. VIRGINIA E. PEPPING Her air. her manner, all who sau' admired U. Club 3, 4: Art Club 2. 3: Latin Club 3: Service Club 3: National Honor Society 4: Rifle Club 3: Opera 3. 4: Honor Roll 22 Varsity Basket Ball 2. 3, BETTY IANE ELLIS The eharm of her presence was felt when she left RICHARD ALLEN CLARK "Shuffle onfshuffle on" Writer's Club 2: Rifle Club 4: Senzor Play 4: Opera Chorus 2. 3. 4. ETIIEI- EDITII STERNECK Life is fleeting, make it pleasant PAY GERALDINE BIALICI4 For earnest effort she deserves praise I3 olegy C'uh 3. 4: French Club 4: lWaIh Club 3. 4: Forum Club 4: Honor PII 2: Opera Chorus 2: Pep S:al'l 4: Dial Staff 4 MARY Io RABENAU Sweet maids like her are Very feu' C. Club 3. 4: Lann Club 2. 3. 4: Servzre Club 3. 4: Opera Choru. 2. page Tu'elItI1ftII'o Seniors IAYNE L,xxIzENIsI5IzcI Smiling face, laztgliiny cycf, layup i, one who never fiylw Latin Club 2. Vice-Pres 3. Treas. 4: Arrhcrv. Capt. 2, 5: Ofifra Choruw T 3. Pnnripal 4 Lows I. DESPAROIS, IR. WlIt:n a nzaitl uorrzrvmntls II-lmt t'zIrI't wc do Frenfh Club 43 Math. Club 41 Chow Club 4: loorball 1: Opus Orchestra 5, 4. GEoRczE'I"I'E LII.I.lAN HEROLD If slw ll'OI'f'iL'll JIC lIicl it lin-Inwood High School. FRANK W. GRAVES I and my Ford arc mwcr fur ztpurt Si-rvlfc Club J. 51 Pup Staff 5: Skating Club 5: Golf Team 2. 5. lvl.-RRY ALICE MEDSKEIQ IW. A. 1:aptiI'zItv.4 om: zmcl ull, lvruzvrz eyes. SICIICIUF, willotvy zmtl tall Opura Chorus 1. 5. 4: VUrIIt-rx' Club 41 IH-p Staff 2. IANE DELI'I'IxIAN As niotlwt, pretty, mul sivvut an any yirl youll nice! Roowvi-lt lilgll: Clnxxlfnl Club 5: Writers' Club 5: Dial Staff 4: SuImmIIng loam 5. AUSTIN G. MuEI-I.ER H0 jokes thc l1'L'i1I'!f time away ' Pcp Staff 3, 4: Dml 4: Biology Club 3. 4. Ylrvprv.-4.1 Slc:ItIng Club, 5: Opera Chorus 5. 4: Glu' Club 2. 3. 4. JEAN I-IAr:KENIsI5Rcs Sliv is jolly and yay George XVQI-hnngrun H. S.. New York City. TIII3I.IxIA RICIIARDSON An nttcnipt for lzcr spells siwccss French Club. Sec. 4: Pep Staff 4: Honor Pm 1. 5: French Play Promptt-r. Opera 4: Natl. Hoimor Society. VIRGINIA LLITZ This maicl clcmiirc and fair ix ncticr I'c.x'cd by llCiil'y care U. Club 2. 3. 4: Hockey Varslty 2. 4: Opera Chorub 1. PATRICIA SMITII Ever loyal, ctwr truv --to thc tiixlu .JIU has to do French Club 2. Sec. 3. Pres. 4: French Plas' 3. 4: Lxrerarv Club 3. Vice-Prem. 4: Opera Baller 3: Honor Pin 1. 3: Pep Staff 4: Natl. Honor Society. IMIES M. INGIIAM Hc'll grow up sonic day Track 2: Wrextling 5. Page Tll'Cf1ffj-fl1fLxL' l.nI1,.genlwrg CifZVUN Nlucller Luu 1 I T? . Q 9' ., up .2 'ax 3 ,-1 9 4- N I 43 ljusparuu llurnld hfledslcer lfciltrnnll llarke-:Ibm-rg Rxrlmwl-.oII Smith lniglmm . 4,35 A Y" N Lasky Epstein Silverman Weiss Niss Asckenasy Liebowirs Kaisel Cohen Levin Yawirz Srerneck Seniors BERNICE LASKY With hair and eyes so dark ROSLYN EPSTEIN Steadfast and scrcnc, rhc sanic year after your Arr Club 4: Writer's Club. Pri-ss Agent 3, BRUCE SILVERMAN 'Tis thc mind that rnakcs thc man Nlath. Club 3. 4: lfrcnrh Club 4. SARA IANE WE1ss Those who praise thee know all words are faint Service Club 4: l'lonor Pin 4: Opera 4. STANLEY Nlss A rcal business man Basket Ball 2: Football 1. 3: Dial Stall' 1, 3. 4: Pep Srarl 4: Service Club 3. 4. SHIRLEY M. ASCKENASY To bc nice to all is just hcr way French Club Z. 3. 4. Sec.. Pres., Sec.: Liter- ary Club 4: Wrircr's Club 2: Opera Baller 2: Service Club 4: lin-nch Play Ballet. ELINOR LIEBOWITS Cheerful, Competent, content LILLIAN THELMA KAISEI. The ladder to success is mine French Club 4: History Club 3. 4: Serv ce Club 3, 4: Opera Chorus 1. 5: Honor Pin Z. 3: Pep Staff 4. LESTER COHEN Hc speaks frankly Soldan High, MYRTLE l..EVl'I'T Hcr ambition rcachcs thc stars Art Club 2. 3. 4: Forum 4: Biology Club 3: Opera Choruu Z. 3: History Club 3: Senior Play 4. SYLVIAN H. YAwl'rz Noble Thoughts Wrircr's Club 1: lin-nch Club 4: Opera Bxllott 3. 4: Service Clnlx 4. ROSALYN GERl.DlNE STERNECK Each rnincl has its ou'n method Art Club 2. Pagc Twenty-four Seniors IOSEPH H. BROWAR l'll get by somehow Basket Ball 2: Track 2, 3. BLANCHE BROXVN Nothing seems to worry or sway her U. Club 2. 3. Serg.-at-Arms 4: Hcckev Varsity 2. 3. 4: Basket Ball 3. 4: Baseball 2: Service Club 3: Opera Chorus 2. 3. 4. MEYER PAN KEWER Some men are wise, some otherwise Terms 2, 5. 4: Basket Hall 2. 3. 4: Tribe 2. 5. 4: Athletic Honor Society 3: Nluwum Club 4. BARBARA SCHARFF Always pleasant, always cheerful, Oli her future we're' not fearful Marv Institute: Pep Staff 4: Service Club 4. IACK HOLT B1.ADES Wlien dates and lessons clOn't agree, I keep the dates, let lessons be Soldan High School: Clayton High School: Track 4: Opera Chorus 3. 4: Football Mgr. 4: Basket Ball 3. ABIGAII. CHRISTY Care is the enemy of life Servlct- Club 2, 3: U. Club 3: Opera Chorus 1. 3. 4. ROBERT N. TYZZER, IR. For he's a jolly, yoocl fellow football J: Track 3. 4: Tribe 3. 4. BETTY CLEMENTS HINDS Alarming. lut Charming is Betty. You probably know her already Mary Institute: Opera Chorus 2: Baller a HAROLD MAROLOUS Our bashfizl basket-ball man Basket Ball 2. 3. Capt. 4: Track 1. 3. 4: Tribe 2. 3. 4. SUZANNE BEOELT. A red head can always get a man Rifle Club 3. 4: French Club Z: U. Club 3: Pep Staff 3. 4: Opera Chorus 2. 3: Archery Team 3. FRANK G. WATSON lf silence is the key to success. Frank is surely the best Wlestern Military' Academy: Stamo Club. Pres. Z: Chemistry Club 3. Sec.-Treas. 4: Radio Club 3: Biology Club 3. 4: Camera Club. Pres. NEDRA KATHRYN SCHAFFER Golden-hairecl, cheerful, chic Clavton High School: Opera 3, Page Twenty-five Browar Scharff Tyzzer Bedell 3 T' Av rw . -sxjw -. Brown Blades Hinds Watson 'mtrw w fr- A -. .,.a.A I Pankewer Christy Marglous Schaeffer Leaver Brown Lutz Copp Burns Kalish Kruth Godlove Fieselman Etherton F. Brown Weiss Seniors VIRGINIA LEAVER A shy, retiring little maid, But always ready to lend her aid Opera Chorus 2. 3. 4. GILBERT L. BROWN Toil does not come to help the idle Baseball 3. 4: Math. Club 4: Latin Club 41 Service Club 3: Pep Staff 4: Forum 4: Honor Pin 3: National Honor Society. XNINIFRED LuTz Slic is full of joke and jest Rirenour High School: U. Club 4: Opera Chorus 4: Hockey Varsity 4. GEORGE CORP Little care l LORRAINE BURNS A strong character founded on a solid rock of principle l:ontbonne1 Chemistry Club 4: Service Club 4: Arr Club 4: Dial Staff 4: Senior Play Asst. DOROTllY E. KALISH Bright and cute and clever, Sweet and friendly ever Dramatic Club 2. 3: Lyons Township High School. ARTHUR A. KRUTH Theres mischief in this man Opera Orchestra 2. 3. 4: All-County Band 3: All-County Orchestra 4: Senior Play Ora chestra 2. 4, EDITH I-lEsPiE GODLOVE If it's in the book she knows it Latin Club 2, 3. 4: Math. Club 4: Honor Pin 2. 3: U, Club 4: Op:-ra Chorus 2. 3, 4. CLARA FIESELMAN Students like her are hard to find- Steady. noble, willing and kind Natl. Honor Society: Biology Club. Sec.: Treas. 3: Varsity Hockey 3: Honor Pin 2. 3: U. Club 3. 4: Pep Staff 4. MARY FRANCES ETHERTON There is nothing that bothers me Ll. Club 4: Varsity Hockey 3: Rifle Club 3. FERO1. IANE BROVVN Students like her are hard to find l.itc-rary Club 3. 4: Pep Staff 3. 4: Write-r's Club 1: Senior Play Asst. 4. Ric:iiARD M. VVEISS Reserve cannot hide his true merit Stamp Club 1: Pep Staff 4. Page Twenty-six Seniors IANE E. REYNOLDS A lyplst .sho is L' Club 1. 5. Surg! 'al-Arms 4. Sechv: Seru- zre Club Q. S. 41 Yarsxu' Basket Ball 2. S. -41 Yarilw Hockl-y' 1. 3. 4: Varsury Baseball 1. 3: Varsuuv Vollev Ball 3: Opera Baller 5 -4: Pep Stall 2, 3. 4: Dual Stall' 4: Cur- fulrutuon blgr. BERNARD l.EvlN Hos carnrst get gay in a Capable way Track 5 IEAN STEWART SIMPSON Anal all tllr frivncls !l'l1O kr1oll'l1u'r ll'L'll Tlll' sll'cu'tnvss of ,ICF llcart fan tl-II l'. Club 1 Oral-ra Baller 2. 3: Varsity Horlcey 2. GENEVIEYE IFFRIG Hur l7ll.sl'ncss -like air cannot be 5l1ff7U5bCfl "All Salnus Hugh School." Sr. Pl-ters. Nln.: Nall Honor Socue-tv 4: Honor Pun 5. 4. ADELE l-luL'l'C.REN Sweet, attral'til'C grace E. M. BRAMON HC smiles and Cats Ruffle Club 2. 3. 4- FLoRENr:E Wl'l"l' It docs om' gooll to lflllbll' llcr Hcauulnonl Hugh: Honor P.n 3. BETTY B. PASS Ar Cast with the uvorlcl Cc-nrral Hugh School: Opcra Chorus 3. STANLEY M. l'lANDEI.5'lAN Take' lifv calm and Casy Forum 4: Chemistry Club 1. 3. 4: Math. Club 4: Opera Chorus 2. 3: Basker Ball 4: Camera Club 4. ALEX GROSBERG. IR. Still acluivving- -still pllrslling Clue-rnusrry Club 5. 4: Math. Club 3. 4: Raduo Club 3: Camera Club 4. TliERESE Lois STERN For joy and flln i1lll'iIljS rcacly Buolorv Club 3 4' Sl-rvuce Club I 4' y. . . . . . . Forum 4: Opera Chorus. 2: Honor Pun 2. 3: Dual Stag 4: Pep Staff 4. FRANCES BLOCHER As pleasant il bCl100ll7'lZifC as any Ctllllll clcmancl Clayton Hugh School. we Tlvcntlg-scllcn lil-vu-uldx lflrug Wulr Crnsbu-rg YL. f"?' Q. ' f I. it l,ufu:n ulrgru-n Pass Sturm Sumpson liramon Hrundclman lilofher 'e 31' ' Q Y ul-If f'.'2"' fl . 'Q po-5 i 15 ia: Q - Powell SChweizer Rederer Cohen Boles Campbell Doane Wulfert Hale Newman Grosberg Meredith fm :SL Seniors CHESTER POWELL Not always do actions show the man Chemistry Club 4. LENORE SCHVVEIZER She is jolly and gay Dramatic Club 2. Vice-President 3: Opera Chorus 2. 3. ROBERT REDERER He would be great and have his fun Serxkce Club 3: Basket Ball 2. MYRL COHEN He would a speaker be Chess Club 5: Forum 3. 4. Pres.: Tennis 2. 5. 4. EMILY MARIE BOLES Her face is smiling and her southern voice is sweet Fayetteville High School, WILLIAM L. CAMPBELL A man can't always be a hero, but he Can be a man Stamp Club 2: Track 3. 4: Tribe 3, 4: Radio Club 3: Chess Club 4: Rifle Club 41 Biology Club 4. HELEN DOANE She needs no eulogy: she speaks for herself Service Club 2, 3. 4. KENNETH F. WULEERT Six feet of quiet manhood Soldan High: Chemistry Club 3, 4, Vice- Pres.: Editor of Club Paper: Mash. Club 4: Pep Staff 4: French Club 4: French Play 4: RiHe Club 4. GLADYS HALE Miisic hath charms--so hath the musician Opera Chorus 2. 3. MYRON BERNARD NEWMAN He thinks too much: such men are dangerous Forum 2, 3. 4, Pres.: Writers' Club 3. Vice- Pres.: Literary Club 3. 4: Service Club 3. 4: Honor Pin 1. 3: Nat'l Honor Society. EVELYNE A. GOLDBERG Let her do what best delights her Writerls Club 2: Literary Club 4: Honor Pin 4. RICHARD E. MEREDITH On their own merits, modest men are silent Biology Club 5. 4: Skating Club 3: Opera 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3, 4. Page Tu-enty-eight Seniors DAWN Dm' ffurrrrrwm cnzcmx Umxa EiY1C1xx777IY7l:'VI. rncrztf go. fmt I :my wx IANE Ixlxxx Slzuvx .1ffr.n!zl'u. Lmgf .mal .Afflu- IM' Ilfmw-1,., xnmw f14..x.w a, L' c,..12 r M lun-mrv fgxlw, 4 ANN,'XiiIil.I.E Krmx Shy Imwx ru 414111-1- 1..' .. r my Q, op.-f. ls.11.-f. 4 m, ww. f,?...m- 1 L 4 UM Niauu Huh Plnfuwr f,wnrur Lhal-fr E1.1z,xmz'1'n In-xxls'1"1'1-1 Hxiusm www ff-hf 1 I lxnmw no tum' fur rally Qurw Nun:-urnwp If-nm. Q, '3. Hm'kvx' Xflrxltv. w X" fflult X. Ups-'u flm-xxx, ' L l f Im? BE'1"1'Y VIIlQ3iNl.'X Lloxxme 1? Q 1 plv.'1.v1ur tlzmzlqllff ufl1urz1'1HIn'lvjtIn-llirlu if Swu1.1un.g Iwxfn Q 4. fl-nur Pm. 5 Ug'.'r.1 'S f,hu'x:N, ,' 51 ff--u-l.1l1.i fixth -r ' N ef 1 ,J ,t . A . ... 7 Iuuus Qlli.-XI,IZi'I' l A null !l'47f1'IL'f 1 ffluznvzx flxzlu Q: inrum. Q, 9: XX rzx flnlf. 5 S1-I Pr--N. WH.-NlI11v.1. 51 Sm-rx: 1 .mg 4 IUNA5 B. Wulss Ami tlzvn hc hunk up gulf' fmlr lxxxn. 1, v. 4: Ulu-ra K5:4lu-wrnl. I -I Ulf" Hlxks-rl'.1ll Q1 Trxlw-, Q 4. 4 CEI IiS'l'li Llmlle WII.SlJN .4 Af 'Dlx'-iillllf A splmollmztv uw um' V umld zlvzmmcf V 1- - ll'--'xrx f ..7X 4 .9 C 'X Q SYu,x'1,x kl, Clmu-LN L.. J VYUIIYII lmfcif mv ,wv.z'vt4l1 :riffs gn-'I M " ' Q 'fd A Rcwrsr-pm' pliII,I,IP H.-xleselscux ' Ulvrc ,wrrgy fu' HIUIWKI fnntlmll. Q: Pxologx fwuh 4: larm Chl? -1, L1u'r,:r'v ffiuld. 4 Hcwxvxxen Iimmlu llruiucllvcf ru fugjuff-11 .mal gum! lldfllfm' Npnp.. Szzri. 4: Trask. 4: vlcnnmngx Hgh WgW1l.lh?4m?Ax . Sfiwml, Nzuonxl Honor Soul-rx ,ifgjfaffff ' Dmecwm' E. Whmxnararecpuxe Sflvvs .lflffflllflfj mu' num: 5.1-11 Jn' 1 N4-ul-mn ffglu. Nm-xx York: SuI.i.l'1 filglu, Nr Imzu. NX'rn:?1i H.4h N-fu Orlvxfv- gl' Tzzwrltgf-rlim' Curd Kalish Reid Humes Heck Klersch Seniors FAYE CuRD With a smile to herald in the day Carbondale Community High. Carbondale, Ill. KATHRYN ANN KALISH Her Cares are ended Senior Play, 4: Rifle Club. Sec,'Treas., 3. 4: Poetry Club, 2, 3. 4: Pep Staff, 2, 3. 4: Opera Chorus. 2. 3. 4: Archery Team 2, 3, 4: Camera Club. 4: Skating Club, 3, 4. W. ELL1oT REID There's music in the air, whenever Elliott's there Band, 2. 3. 4: All-County Band, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra. 3, 4: Skatlng Club, 2, 3, 4: Basketball. 4: Tennis, 4. FLORENCE AUDREY HUMES Gentle thoughts and calm desire Normandy High School. ADOLF L. HECK A rather nice old chap, don'tcherknow? Carl Schurz High. Chicago. ANNA LOUISE KLERSCH When given a task, she never delays Eiology Club, 3, 4: Latin Club, 3, 4: Sec. Basketball, 2, 4: Baseball. 2. 4: Volley Ball, 2. 4: Hockey, 4. CECIL CLOUGHLY This lad in science is more than wise Biology Club, 3: President, 4: Writers' Club, 3. ASA C. IONES, IR. If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again Latin Club. 2: Football, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET M. MOORE Honest labor bears a lovely face Webster High School, Art Club, 4. IEANNETTE SIEVERS l think 1'm a wif, Others think l'm half right RAE PICKREL She is full of good meaning Monticello Seminaryg Chemistry Club, 4: Varsity Swimming, 3. BEN ZIMMERMAN I never trouble trouble, 'till trouble troubles me Student Council. 3: Skating Club, 4: Serv- ice Club, 3: Track. 2. 3. 4: Football, 3: Basket Ball. 2. 3. 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P111 Tlizrtq tlzrvc i l Henry Allen Florence Armstrong Edward Arnold Marvin Bank Virginia Beyer lack Bigler Marian Bilinsky Louis Budke Rose Marie Canavan Venture Caravello Maynard Caster Eugene Chaney Betty Chappell Alice Clifford Pearl Cohen Pearl Cohn Leona Costa Marian Cronmiller Charles Dependahl lack Fargher Iuanita Freitag Milton Fritschle Raymond Garrett. Ir Robert Gartside Frank Gilbert Robert Goldberg Alvin Goldfarb Minette Grober Palmer Higert Lucille Hoefelman Bessie Hord Kenneth Hughes LaVerne Hynes Bernard Kallenhach Virginia Kerwin Ralph Kessler Esther Kipp Iim Knight Beatrice Kramer Fred Kramer Beatrice Kraus Pauline Levin Fred Levy Gaylord Lyon Henrietta Maizner Marcia Ann Marks lack McCloskey Irwin Mohr Arline Odell Miriam Oxenhandler Richard Pease Margaret Petersdorf Helen Rae Pickrel Wanda Robison Theda Rosenberg Edna Rubin Lois Schulz Lorraine Schulz Carl Shank Philip Silverman Alvin Simpkins Ann Spiegelman Helen Stern Louise Stevenson Ioy Stiffelman Lucille Thorne Esther Waits? Iack,Wasserman lack Webb I' Lawrence Welch Virginia Wemhoener lane Wessell Bob Winkel Robert Whorton Marjorie Zachritz Pearl Zeid Class of lcmuory, 1935 l r 5 l Class of lune, 1935 Isabel Acruman lean Adams Dorothy Adzick Olive Almony lane Ambruster Betty Ammerman Charles Andrews Milton Aronson Bob Aubuchon Ewald Bahr Sylvia Barack Carl Barker Byron Barr Beatrice Basskin Robert Baum Bernice Bechestobill Dorothy Bayley Marie Berry Leonard Bierman Wilfred Boevingloh Elsa Bonnell Ruth Bottum Edward Bowman Eloise Bradley Metcalf Bristow Blanche Brownstein Beverley Buerlot Ruthann Burns Shields Christy Bill Clark David Clark Elliot Cohen Margaret Colby Edgar Commander Ralph Cook Charlotte Crandall Victor Cunningham Rosemary Datz Leroy Dennison Olive Depelheuer Dorothy Deutman Robert Dooly Bill Eiseman Ethel lane Ellis Richard Embree VVallace Emmer Virginia Lou Evans Allan Fleishman Margaret Frank Virginia Frank Helene Freyer Hilda Friese Anita Gardner Roy Gardner Doris Gibstine Charless Gillis Betty Godwin Oliver Gold Bob Goldberg Miriam Goldberg Iames Goodman Kathryn Goodwin Bertha Gordon Alvin Governick Anna Marie Grace Elizabeth Grayson Harry Greditzer Harry Haeussler Lois Hanlon Iva Hardy Tom Hawken Iean Hellmich Gene Henderson Cameron Higginbotham Oliver Hickel Eleanor Ann Hoevel Frances Hurst Virginia Hurst Aaron Inger Meyer Inger Louis Isaacs Durward Iohnson Vida Iohnson Lucy Iones Marion Iones Mary Lee Kammerer Violet Killoran Frank Kirk Harold Kirsch Iane Kleban Devereux Klein Ted Kraft Edgar Kreisman Marion Krout Harriette LaMertha Erwin Landau Madeline Lavie Frank Leonard Fred Leyhe Ruth Lorton Herluf Lund Mary lane Lund lack Maginn Lorraine Margulis Bill Marre Annette Mathes Tom McConnell Tracy McDermott Marjorie McFarland lane McPheeters Russell Meredith Dolores Meyer Leslie Mitchell William Moffat Frank Monfort Doris Morgan Ira Nathan Fern Nave Betty Newton Russell Norden Miriam Offer Fern Orenstein David Orwig lack Osborne Elsie Overbey Robert Palan Alice Peele Eli Peterson Mary lane Pickel Sally Ann Puckett Doris Robb Harvey Rohde Daniel Rosen Leonard Rosenbaum Daniel Roth Alex Rubin Dick Ryan il? 2 I l 4 it i i 4 5 i a l l fi li ! l 5 K I Anne Marie Sandenberg Iunior Schaller Henrietta Schlesinger Lorraine Schleyer Ruth Shear Hanford Sher Herbert Shieber Louis Shotliff lim Sido Harry Silverstein Hilda Smith Iean Speakes Dorothy I. Spreckelmeyer Dale Stanza Dick Stem Helen Stern Lucille Sternecker i Dorothy Stevens 1 Naida Stevenson Carlyne Strauss Sally Sullivan Dan Susman Iene Thornhill Marjorie Thurman Dorothy Turken Betty Tydeman Norma Vaccaro Verna Vickery Myrtle Vaden 1 George Wallis I I Everett Watkins l l Robert Wegusen l I Bob Weinstock Ierome Wenneker Fred White Arthur Whorton 1 Patricia Wirta Mildred Witthaus Irene Wilson Marianne Wilkerson , , Russell Wolfe 5 Vivian Yawitz Mary Yonkers l I Dick Yore 1 Casper Yost 4 1 l 4 Page Thirty-four Eloise Acruman Wallace Andrews Betty Baker Peggy Lou Baker Sidney Barker Francis Barnes Mell Barry Hilary Barriere Ruth Beard Frances Becker Ierry Benjamin Hermia Bernstein Bob Bierer Ruth Blankenship Marion Blass Bert Boaz Read Boles Ruth Bournstein Irma Boxerman Ioe Branham Iohn Braznell Bob Brownstein Iohn Bunn Rosana Brown Barnard Buser Raymond Burnett Bill Chapman Gladys Chapman Iane Childs Margaret Christmann Lillian Clarke Ruth Cofhn Cecile Cohen Ruth Cohen Dick Compton Dorothy Conner Carolyn Cook lune Davis Betsy Day Bob Dependahl lack Devor Shoel DeWoskin Bob Diehl Russell Dorn Frank Dubbs Ewing Dryden Charles Duchen Shirley Dunie Page Thirty-fue Daniel Eads Ida Eaves Lloyd Emberling Frank Erskine Iane Etherton Bud Ernst George Fieselman Clara Finn Sylvia Frelich Bernice French Louise French Alex Freedman Harry Fullbright Roberta Gambini Mary Iane Gauchat King Gish Bob Glaser Ida Glazer Myron Gollub Mildred Goodman Thomas Grace Warren Gravel Hadley Grillin Dick Goyer Robert Greengard Frances Grossman Martin Grossman Louise Hall Winifred Hamilton Virginia Hart Richard Hatch Rodney Harpster Robert Hauser Paul Heck Clare Heidenrich Edward Henderson Helen Hellerud Bruce Higginbotham Lora Hirsch Lorraine Holtzman Ioe Horan Iuanita Hunsaker Charles Hunzinger Toba Inger Dorothy lack losephine Iacobs Rosemary lenkins Iack Kearney 6 Robert Kemp Ruth lane Kemmerer lohn King Dan Klauber Dolores Kransberg Cecile Koven Iack Lahmer Anne Landau Lucille Leaferer Arnold Leidner Bud Lewis Mildred Livingston Robert Lenz Kenneth Leutwiler Helen Luttrell Bob Maack Harriet MacGregor Alice Malone Frank Mackey Irwin Manne Iohn May Florence Mannion Mary Alice McConn Arthur McNamara Scott McLean Dorothy Miller Olivia Mohr Edward Monteath lean Mohler Ioan Mohler Pat Moore Harold Moss Ralph Myers lack Nieman Thomas Nelson Willard Papendick Bernadine Pelter Patty Peele Bob Pflffner Tom Pfiffner Newell Pieper LeRoy Phillips Iohn Phiambolis Doug Pollack Catherine Rao Ruby Rathbun Betty Iane Reinert Herbert Ribstein ell Myrtle Ridker Thelma Ruth Mary Ann Sargent Howard Schmitz Hortense Schwartz Chester Schaum Eleanore Seeger Garnette Sherman Frieda Siempelkamp Mimi Simon Doris Smith Philip Smith Genevieve Smith Thelma Sondag Marvin Spector Martha Smythe loe Speiser Ioe Spence Charlotte S'Renco Win Stampfer Alice Stranghoener Virginia Stanford Iohn Stanley lack Stevens lim Stokes Hortense Tamme Edwin Tennenbaum Lois Thomas Vester Thompson Dorothy Thorell Nelson Tracy Ioseph Tucker Gilbert Tulper Charles Tuchschmitt Fern Walpert Evelyn Washburn lane Weber Dorothy Wells Roy Witterschein Iulia Williams Richard Willingham lack Wolfe Peggy Woodlock Mary Burt Yost Bernice Zemelman Ruth Zimmerman Robert Zohm Gloss of lune, 1936 r , i Closs of lonuory, l936 Iohn Alhach Ruth Alexander Andre Barringer Braham Benjamin Virginia Bender Iohnita Boss Bob Bowen Alice Bowman Isabelle Brook Ellsworth Carmichael Iimmy Carroll Lorraine Cherry Lea Christiansen Edith Clark Sam Cohen Howard Cory David Henri lean Dicks Le Roy Dixon Ramona Dreifke Emmons Dorn Loretta Eastridge Ethel Edwards Robert Ellis Frances Ellison Lucian Erskine Lawrence Fella Ed Fisher Ida Belle Fox Harry Frech Glenn Garner Sam Glassman Caesar Goggio Bernice Goldman Bernice Gordon VValter Gorg George Harris lane Heyman Eugene Hill Shirlee Hochman Bonnie Holley Myron Hopper loe Hunter Fred Huey Sanford Israel Albert Kaltwasser Florence Kelewae Ellen Killoran Florence Klein Rose Komadina Virginia Konzelman Katherine Knezevich Marion Koelsch Louis Krebs Evelyn Kreman Bill Lamberg Blanche Levitt Howard Leeser lsadore Lewin Waite Low Ianet Mackey Alice Maloney Arthur Mattock Lorraine Marcus Clare lane Marshall Rose Matusofsky Adele McCarthy Charles McClure Florence Meredith Ralph Nutter Doris Padgett Margaret llarman Edith Petes Martha Proetz Wilson Rabinowitz Gilmore Ramsey Lydabelle Reiber Ruth Reichman Marguerite Riddle Becky Rudman Kathryn Ruppert lohn Ryan Carew Sanders lsadore Sheinbein Bob Schoenthaler Wallace Scott Charlotte Sherwin Sedley Siegfried Kennedy Smith Dick Steding Dorothy Stepansky Ieane Stern Evelyn Stevens lim Stevenson Genevieve Stoops Harryette Sudekum Charles Tamarkin Doris Umbach Shelton Voges Bill Vogt Adele Ward Shearin Weber Richard Wessel Maxine Willett lack Woltjen Howard Zachritz P :gt Thirty six 1 I I I . 1 Page Thirty-seven Bill Beam Iean Bernstein Eugene Blades Gustava Blackwell Ruth Boguslav loe Branham Marion Brewer Louis Chaney Doris Ann Clarahan lane Clark Marie Cole Marvin Cron Norma Culbertson Iames Cunningham Edna Curtis Charles Davis Emmie Lou Davis Herbert Deutsch Myron Dorn Opal Douglas Howard Drozda Francis Edwards Martha Edwards Raymond Edwards Elizabeth Eiseman Bill Elbring Virginia Ellis Betty Fauser Edith Fisher Zelda Fleischer Thelma Fleischman Babette Freund Mary Freund Dorothy Fry Howard Gardner Maurice Gerber Agnes lane Gilliam Alma Gregory Fill mi ml il ill E i Dorothy Grosberg Annette Gross Paul Haldeman Marjorie Hall Hazel Hassebrock Virginia Heath Paul Henry Mary lane Hire Robert Holcomb Wilbur Hollman William Holzmark Ierome Inger Victor Irwin Melvin Iacques Frank Iones Ianet lust Charles Kanter Earl Karm William Kerwin Marcella Keys Arbey Killoran Mary Ann Knezevich Al Kohn Ruth Kolker Carl Kragh Ray Leventhal Kathryn Lyon Iune Main Margaret Mallory Louise McCutcheon Sara Middleman Vivian Milam lack Miravalle Sylvia Molasky Mary Elizabeth Moody Bill Morgan Charles Morrill Ruth Morrison Bob Much Mary Murphy Charles O'Brien Norma Oliphant Laura Marie Pieper LeRoy Puckett George Rallis Helen Reynolds Suzanne Riggs Nathaniel Roos Dick Root lane Samelson Marie Samelson Peggy Sandhagen Margaret Sandoe Bob Sexton Eugene Siempelkamp Monte Silverblatt Leo Shakofsky Charles Shank Ruth Myra Shatz Martha Shelly Adaline Smith Kathryn Stanhope Henry Stealey Tom Stauffer Harriet A. Sumnicht Kenneth Trauth Verne Trider Catherine Vaccaro Harry Veach Henry Voges W. D. Whitson Florence Wood Arthur Wright Mason Ziegler Class of lc1nuc1ry,19C-37 Adiviiicl Page Thirty-nine Notionol Honor Society IUNE, 1933, SENIORS Butler Bushyhead Bob Schmidt IANUARY, 193-i, SENIORS Beatrice Clark Norma Dreifke Richard Higginbotham Betty Ives ILINE, 1934, SENIORS Bud Branch Howard Brooks Gilbert Brown Frances Buss Helen Close Charlotte Fairbank Clara Fieselman Kathryn Hampton Genevieve Iffrig Marian Iack Lucius More Myron Newman Ernest Ohle Virginia Pepping Rosemary Ramsey Thelma Richardson Patricia Smith Robert Todd Bob White Carolyn Wright Curtis York Harvey Zucker IANUARY. 1935, SENIORS Robert Gartside - Beatrice Kramer Marcia Ann Marks A chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in our school in Since then it has grown considerably in size and importance. The 1930. Hrst year there were twelve from the Iune class and this year there were 22 from the Iune class. The qualifications for membership are outstanding scholarship, leadership. character, and service. Only fifteen per cent of any senior class may be chosen. Membership in the National Honor Society is the highest honor that the faculty can bestow. It is hoped that every student will make himself worthy of membership in the National Honor Society. Bushyhead, More, Newman. Brown. Gartside. Brooks York, Branch. Schmidt, Zucker, Ohle. Higginbotham Kramer. Smith. Iffrig. Close. Fieselmcm, Richardson, Pepping, Ramsey, Hampto Marks. Fairbank, White, Buss, Wright, Todd. Jack, Miss Hammond n l T f 4 : l Manx, juinsnm, limit, Hlsui, liunmi, I.r:i1nii.liR XX i E KN I Nl I' i ll I i ll I-I, unluxx, nli.l1, I-R ,xii:R, i.., .um Student Council HARRISON IOHNSON CURTIS YORK - FRANCES Buss - CAROLYN XNRIGIIT HARVEY Roiinu ll ii.n1--ix junx--ix FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Sponsor, Miss EBIERY' Franccs Buss Charlotte Fairhank lim Gillis Oliver Hickcl Marian lack Harrison Iohnson David Lsigh - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer - Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS Kenneth Leutwilcr Harvey Rohde Rohcrt Todd Bob White Carolyn VVright Curtis York Pfigt- Forty ERNEST OIILE Boa WHITE CAROLYN XNYRICSIVI' HARVEY ROHDE FRED LEYHE Page Forty-one Student Council SECCND SEMESTER OFFICERS Ai - - - - - President . Q Vice-President My ' - Secretary m ' ' I - - Treasurer if " j - - - - - Sergeant-at-Arms ' g g-fy , Sponsor, MISS EBIERX' " ' fu lflnxii- U NIEIVIBERS Edward Ballman Ernest Ohle Edith Clark Ioe Pemberton Helen Close Harvey Rohde Charlotte Fairbank Bill Seibert Oliver Gold lim Sido Oliver Hickel Marianne Wilkerson Marian lack lack Webb David Leigh Bob White Kenneth Leutwiler Carolyn Wright Fred Leyhe Harvey Zucker Nilnun, Hunmz, l.rx'nE. lhi.i,s1xs l'u1ur.niux, Zur.m, Sllru, l,rl4.n, H11 EEL, Winn, Ln iuiun, XKMIIF W Hum lunnur. Muir, Nlh- hm-lin. Juv., limif., wllklvl nlmll .'-R ll luv. UIIII. l.I,Ii,II. ll, III-.I1'IIAx. XXnli.III, KIIIIILI I l'I,uI'. XNIIIII, lim.-. J. lh.I'I'-uw, Limit. Jus.. Kiiinux, Mums, hrsu, Nu UIH H IRIL, HI--, I-umuxr.. K1I-- lluIII'Iox, XI4nIIIII.I. Knmun-, NIH Y IQ . l 'F' 'za 1' r R , .,m.f.,.f ., ,- W, FAIRBANK HICKEL MORRILL NISS Diol Staff EXECUTIVE BOARD CHARLOTTE FAIRBANK ------- Editor-in-Chief OLIVER HICKEL - - - Assistant Editor iii2OE:iLNhgF:SRlI'I' I - Circulation Manager STANLEY NISS - - - Business Manager RICHARD PEASE - - - Write Ups ROBERT TODD - - - Humor FRANCES Buss - - Art Editor Mlss HAMII.TON -------- - Sponsor EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Helen Close Leona Costa Dorothy Deutman lane Deutman lean Dicks Betty Chappell ADVERTI SI NG ASSISTA NTS Lois Wichinan Thelma Albrecht Dick Lewin Stanley Handelman Carolyn Wright David Leigh Richard Higginlfothzim Ernest Ohle Bob VVhite Marian lack TYPISTS Dorothy Kalish lane Reynolds Barbara Scharff Page Forty-two Page Forty-three lvl.-XRIAN IACK OLIX'ER HICIQEL SALLY ALISBECR ROBERT Tomy - MR. SEIIBERT DAVE LEIOII I DICK CLARK ' l'lOVx'ARD BROOKS IACK FAROIIER KENNETH LELITWILER BOB AUBLICIFION SIIIRLIE DUNlli I LOUISE FRENCH 5 CLARA FIESELMAN CLARA FIESELMAN AUSTIN MUELI.ER FRANCES Buss - BETTY CHAPPELL - - Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Circulation Manager - - Sport Editor - - - Sponsor - Editorials Boys' Sports - Rewrite Girls' Sports "l Suggest" - Humor Senior News - - - - - - - - - Clubs Reporters-SLIZANNE BEDELI., FAY BIALICK, FEROL BROWN. MX'Rl. COHEN, IRAN DICPNS GEORGE FIESELMAN, BOB GLASER, IUANITA HUNSACKER, TEIJ KRAFT, KATHRYN KALISI-I, DOLORES KRANSBURG. MARY ALICE MEDSKER, ROSEMARY RAMSEY HERBERT RIBSTINE, MARJORIE THURMAN, KENNETH WULEERT, CURTIS YORK Typists-ROSEMARY DATZ, IANE REYNOLDS, BARBARA SCHARFF, PATRICIA SMITH jack Hickel Ausbeck Brooks. Clark. Aubuchon. Wulferr. Mueller, Cvhen, Kraft While. Leuxwiler. York. Brown. Day. Medsker. Reynolds, Smith. Fargher. Glaser FI:-Selman Rbsrei-I Scharff. Thurman. Dunie. French, Ramsey, Fieselman. Bialick, Kalish. Dicks. Hunsaker Chappell Kransberg Niss. Leigh. Buss. jack. Mr. Seubert. Hifkel. Ausbeck. Darz lnodd Rohde i V i - 'R 3. 1, i ri il is if l Ii 3 4 lr 1 , L Klgubgr Brooks Wolfe Lahmer, Landau, Newman, Cook. Tucker. Aronson. Yore. Greditzer, Zucker, Brown Gollub Glaser Shieber Chaleif, Kirsch, Gertsicle, AlleE,hWhiti Ohle. Shotliff. Simpkins. Rosenbaum, Griffin, A . . n iese man o en e z Smith Iffng Grober Schleyer. Wright. Buss, Fieselman. Friese, Richardson, Peele, Ramsey, French, Rosenberg, W' D A Goldber lffzv unlf, 8 A Conner Stern Marks Kramer, Brownstein, KiPP- Armstrong. Weiss, Stevens, Brooks, Handley, Rubin, Bernstein. Murray, Wides, Kaisel fonze Pin Henry Allen Hernia Bernstein Elmer Bramon Howard Brooks Mrs. Pearl Cohen Ralph Cook Shirley Dunie George Fieselman Louise French Robert Glaser Evelyn Goldberg Myron Gollub Hadley Griffin Minnette Grober Maxine Handley Iuanita Hunsaker Dan Klauber Dorothy Kranzberg Albert Kaltwasser lack Lahmer Robert Lenz Elizabeth Murray Robert Queen Edna Rubin Lorraine Schleyer Herbert Shieber Louis Shotliff Honor Pins Alvin Simpkins Evelyn Stevens Ioseph Tucker Sara lane Weiss Martha Wirtz Florence Witt lack Wolfe Silver Pin Florence Armstrong lsobelle Brooks Blanche Brownstein Liston Comer Betty Conner Hilda Friese Dorothy Gottheimer Harry Greditzer Genevieve Iffrig Harold Kirsch Erwin Landau Robert Palan Alice Peele Harvey Rohde Theda Rosenberg Gold Pin Milton Aronson Gilbert Brown Frances Buss Iulius Chaleff Beatrice Kramer Hyman Moscowitz Leonard Rosenbaum Therese Stern Bob White Richard Yore First Bar Beatrice Clark Myrl Cohen Robert Gartside Esther Kipp Marcia Ann Marks Myron Newman Ernest Ohle Thelma Richardson Patricia Smith Vivian Wides Harvey Zucker Second Bar Clara Fieselman Lillian Kaisel Rosemary Ramsey Carolyn Wright Third Bar Norma Dreifke r 1 ,...,,,Jil 1+ iii 5: pf is! is 'Q i I 'Q 1 li .ai I Ke 15 fe fi ai :i I 3, Hg l sn ! li 5 I. -I I. lsr 522 113 I Page Fort y-four Page F oft y-fi Service Club Doris Ahl Thelma Albrecht Florence Armstrong Shirley Asckenasy Ruth Boguslaw Bud Branch lulius Chaleff Helen Close Charlotte Fairhank Clara Fieselman Annie Laurie Forder Frank Gilbert Iunior Garrett Oliver Gold Walter Gorg Harry Greditzer Bob Goldberg Oliver Hickel Genevieve Itfrig Marian lack Iosephine Iacobs Kathryn Kalish MEMBERS Anna Louise Klersch Beatrice Kramer Dave Leigh Arthur Matlock Dorothy Morrill Myron Newman Ernest Ohle Meyer Pankewer Virginia Pepping Mary Io Rabenau lane Reynolds Barbara Schartf Eleanor Seeger Garnette Sherman Myrtle Vaden Sara lane Weiss Vivian VVides Lois Wichman Marianne Wilkerson Arthur VVhorton Carolyn Wright Sylvian Yawitz Dick Yore Webb. Leykzmp, Bigler. Gilbert, Niss. Matlock. Leigh White Phiambolis. Bushyhead, Branch. Newman. Todd, Hickel Chalet? L n Reynolds, Yawitz. Asckenasy. Golrheimer. jones, Pepping, Peele, Burns. Wichman Kramer Albrecht Doane Rabenau. jack. Buss. Garton, Wright. Morrill, Miss Briscoe, Forder. Morgan Lueking Wides Marks Zeid , 1 , . li.uiiEn1'uN, Sunil, lxullx, Illini, lluuzl., Viviun, Piiilwin, Xuan, Print: Him.-, llsiirzn, l,o'i'iiil.isii:u, llun'luN, Liulmiix, A-uni, liunxwiigirw, Snulss S , 5IAnsilAi.i., Buss, l.l.usr:, Niiss Nlunxr., Mil Strut cmd Frei OFFICERS HELEN CLOSE ----- - RICHARD PEASE - MARY BETH Bnooxmc - FRANCES Bliss - Marguerite Ashby Wallace Andrews Hermia Bernstein Mary Beth Brooking Isabelle Brooks Frances Buss Edith Clark Helen Close Richard Compton Robert Diehl Charlotte Fairbank Kathryn Hampton MEMBERS Oliver Hickel Devereau Klein lack Lahmer Clare lane Marshall lane McPheeters lean Mohler Ioan Mohler Doris Morgan Ernest Ohle Richard Pease Ioseph Pemberton Laura Marie Pieper 'lniE1i:ns, Nlnncirs, l-Annu Bn President - Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Newell Pieper Leonard Rosenbaum Garnette Sherman Mimi Simon lean Simpson Kennedy Smith Carlyne Strauss Iack Webb Vivian Wides Curtis York Vivian Yawitz Strut and Fret under the direction of its new sponsor, Miss Malone, spe- cialized this year in competitive play production. The members were divided into three groups, the leaders of which were Richard Pease, Vivian Wides and Curtis York. Each group presented to various clubs in the school one play during the first semester. The group leader was the director and the cast and stage hands were chosen from the members of his group. The plays given were: 'AThe Florist Shop" by Winifred Hawkridge, "Not Quite Such a Goose" by Elizabeth Gale, and A. A. Milne's "Man in the Bowler Hat." Each proved very successful with excellent organization, acting and direction. During the second semester two plays were given. At the request of the Dramatic League of St. Louis, Strut and Fret presented "Two Crooks and a Lady" by Eugene Pillot in a dedication program at the new Municipal Audi- torium on April 24. The cast chosen from the entire club was Vivian Wides and Richard Pease as the two crooks, Kathryn Hampton as the Lady, Peggy Ashby as her companion, Kennedy Smith and lack Lahmer as oflicers. It was directed by Miss Malone. On May 14 this play was given for the Fathers Club. The other play was given by the new members for the old on May 24. Page Forty-six 0 MEMBERS Page Forty-seven Mathematics Club RICHARD HIccI::I3oTH,-.si - - ROBERT TODD - - - Luclus MORE I BOB WHITE ' - CAROLYN WRIGHT l BEATRICE CLARK - OFFICERS President - Vice:-President - - Group Leaders Secretary - - -ROBERT TODO - - Lucius MORE l GILBERT BROXVN - 'I ROBERT GARTsIOE LKENNETH XNUI,FER'T - CAROLYN WRIGHT Sponsor, MIss TuRNER Eugene Asckenasy Fay Bialick Leonard Bierman Gilbert Brown Beatrice Clark Rosemary Datz Louis Desparois Robert Gartside Frank Gilbert Hespie Gocllove Alex Grosberg Stanley Handelman Richard Higginbotham Frank Kirk Beatrice Kramer Erwin Landau Henrietta Maizner Marcia Ann Marks Arthur Matlock Lucius More Ernest Ohle Robert Ralan Rosemary Ramsey Leonard Rosenbaum Louis Shotliff lim Sido Bruce Silverman Dale Stanza Robert Todd Bob White. Carolyn Wright Kenneth Wulfert This was the third year of the Mathematics Club. The purpose of the organization is to study those phases of mathematics and its history for which there is not time in the regular course and to further an interest in the subject among the student body. Membership in the club is limited to thirty per semester. A member of this club must have completed at least two years of mathematics and maintain a satisfactory average in the course. The regular meeting is the third Wednesday of each five-week period. Group meetings are held at intervals between regular meetings. XKHIIE, lam-IIILIII., ,IIm, hIIII1I,IrI-, Blumx, 4.AII1-Im:, X-Ixrmui II.4,INIurIIIAvI, Mui, :sI-umis, "mm , I .II-.nI, . Inu, Slninsus, um: H U In I Xl I N1 r I II Blu- ll'nNI-Ln, BIAl,II,It, VvrIII,III, l,uIrI,mI-., Kuhn, LIAM., Hanks f i Ramsey. Leykamp, Weber. H. Bushyhead. Bramon. Trumbull. Mr. Dunham Morgan. Willingham. Bowman. Klein. Norden. Clark, lahmer, Hacker Campbell, Kaltwasser. Hampton. Bedell. Kalish. Monteath. Stampfer Rifle Club OFFICERS ALLEN TRUMBULL - - - - - President KATHRYN KALISH - - Secretary GILMORE RAMSEY - - Range Officer NIR. DUN!-IAM ---------- Sponsor FIRST SEMESTER MEMBERS Edward Bowman Kathryn Kalish Gilmore Ramsey Suzanne Bedell Devereux Klein Winfield Stampfer Bill Campbell lack Lahmer Allen Trumbull Bill Hecker Edward Monteath Sherin Weber Albert Kaltwasser Bill Morgan Richard Willingham NEW MEMBERS SECOND SEMESTER Braham Benjamin Richard Hatch Gilbert Tulper Ierry Benjamin Robert Houser Bill Vogt Richard Compton Paul Heck Frank Watson Iames Cunningham William Holzmark Kenneth Wulfert Charles Davis Myron Hopper Fred White Ed Fisher Robert Lenz Frank Erskine Robert Gartside Gaylord Lyon Asa Iones Caesar Goggio Vester Thompson Bob Pfiffner The Rifle Club has made a very satisfactory record this year in spite of the fact that facilities have been very inadequate. In the Individual Qualifi- cation Program, one member, Allen Trumbull, has qualified for expert rifle- man, and several others are nearing completion of the course. The club has entered an interscholastic program of matches since the recent organization of the Greater St. Louis Iunior Rifle Club League. Our team finished the program with a tie for third place. The team also took fourth place in a district tournament, April 7, sponsored by Washington Uni- versity. The club also intends to enter some of the events in the State meet to be held at Iefferson City on May 12 and 13. 1 Page Forty-eight Page Forty-nine DAV'E LEIGH - - PATR1ciA SMITH - BETH Bnooxixo - GEORGE BERGFELD - Literary Club OFFICERS - President - - - JOE PEMBERTON - Vice-Presidcnr - - MARGUERITE ASHBY - Secretary - - SALLY AUSBECK - - Treasurer - - - DOROTHY MORRII.L Sponsor, Miss Cowiix The Literary Club, which was organized in Ianuary, l932, has had an- other successful year. The membership consists of those who have done good work in English and who are interested in literary activities. Many enjoyable programs have been presented, consisting of book reviews, biographies, read- ings and round-table discussions. ln the past year it has laid particular emphasis upon the most recent works in literature. Shirley Asckenasy Marguerite Ashby Sally Ausbeck George Bergfeld Bud Branch Beth Brooking Ferol Brown MEMBERS Betty Reid Chappell lack Crutcher luanita Freitag Evelyn Goldberg David Leigh Iane Many Doris Morgan Dorothy Morrill Myron Newman Alice Peele Patricia Smith Allan Trumbull Martha Wirtz Celeste Wilson Leigh. Branch. Newman. Crutcher Freitag. Goldberg. Morrill. Peele, Brown. Asclcenasy. Xvilson Chappell. Ausbeck. Morgan. Pemberton. Miss Cowen. Ashby, Brooklng. Smith gr ill ii M.u'l.L, Umm, N1i.Nr:ll.r:Y, Tl 1 Kin, Bruins. Calm llrzn, MATUM K, Hxr,l.Ex, Pnrul-xEn1u5 l.nl.l.l'n, Nils- IlosNl:i.l.r, Lmsri, I-nlrisri. DMEIFNE, lhrslnmx. l.uuiLu lhmoxlmi, IQm:snu.L, I.l4vl:ia, Wlu1,ll1, 4,ulu,ml:, 1.011 Hvlliu. Iii -., Kxmix lx Clossicol Club OFFICERS ERNEST OHLE - President - JOE PEMBERTON HELEN CLOSE - - Vice-President - - FRANCES Buss NORMA DREIFKE - - Secretary - ANNA LouisE KLERSCH FRANCES Buss - - Treasurer - - ERNEST OHLE Miss DONNELLY and MR. BERGMAN, Sponsors MEMBERS Wayne Bigler Gilbert Brown Frances Buss Helen Close Dick Compton Charlotte Crandall lack Crutcher Norma Dreifke Hilda Friese Hespie Godlove Myron Gollub Dorothy Gottheimer Maxine Handley Anna Louise Klersch lack Lahmer Virginia Leaver Arthur Matlock Vernon Maull Andy McNeiley Ernest Ohle Ioe Pemberton Mary Io Rabenau Ioseph Tucker Celeste Wilson Carolyn Wright Several years ago, a group of students organized a club in order to refute the idea tenaciously, though erroneously, held that the study of ancient lan- guages is dry and uninteresting. Inspired by the enthusiasm of its founders, the S. P. Q. R. had another year of remarkable achievements. The custom of responding to the Roll Call with a Latin quotation proved entertaining as well as educational. The importance of Greek and Roman Mythology in our literature was Set forth in several interesting papers. Mr. Bergman's illustrated lectures on Roman life and customs have been greatly appreciated by the members of the Classical Club. Page Fifty Page Fifty-om' First Semester lJATRlC'lA Sxirrn - GEORGE Bencrew - Sumtiex' Ascxexixsi' Lucius Monte - Shirley Asckenasy Sally Ausheck Fay Bialick Myrl Cohen Louis Desparois Doris Finigan Harriet Foote Bob Goldberg Marjorie Hall Kathryn Hampton French Clulo OFFICERS - President Vice-President - Secretary - - Treasurer Sponsor. Miss Wo! MEMBERS Oliver' Hickel Marian lack Lillian Kaisel Beatrice Kramer Bill Lamberg Virginia Lynott Margaret Moore Lucius More .FNI-QR Miriam Oxenhandler Patty lleele Second Semester - Siunuav Ast itixx x - - Lucius Mow -THELMA Ricmuensox - Bullets Sltwwxixx Thelma Richardson Ruth Shear Bruce Silverman Patricia Smith Carlyne Strauss Harriet Sumnicht Bob White Peggy Woodlock Kenneth Wulfert Sylvian Yawitz The French Club has been in existence now for eight years, and has been a very successful organization. Every Tuesday afternoon the members gather in Miss Wolfner's room for a short business meeting conducted en- tirely in French and followed by instructive and enjoyable entertainment including French games, concerts of French music and lectures on various phases of French life. An annual event of great interest is the French play, entirely produced by the club members. This year Labiche and Martins "La Poudre aux Yeux T was selected for presentation. Linux. lltucm. Wllunl, llr:-mnul-, I.umrm. I ii L KN: 1 1 X t Luyn im.. Hifi. F Mun, K 1 Mum-tn, lumi. 5 lxnunw lwuu, Xlmmn, Nhmium rc, Yuxnl. Swim. lluu-ww, St uxxuil. Xl snlmx. Ham. . mu Inu --. l,ivn1, PI-LFIL. X-1 rtrxin, Nl:-s XXul,rNl.rf, litu.ur,, ju rt, Knulrin, Uxmlu nun. lx i i Glaser, Meredith, Meyers. Mr. Bueker. Mueller, Hill Holtzman, Stern, Bialick, Dreifke, Petersdorf, Levin, Klersch Biology Club CEciL CLOUGHLY - MARGARET PETERSDORF - MR.BuEKER - - Fay Bialick Norma Dreifke Bob Glaser Sam Hill Lorraine Holtzman Anna Louise Klersch OFFICERS MEMBERS - President - Secretary - Sponsor Pauline Levin Richard Meredith Aaron Meyers Austin Mueller Margaret Petersdorf Therese Stern The Biology Club is following the admonition of Agassiz, who said "Study nature, not books." lt contributes a way of breaking up the monotony of school life and of profitably spending leisure time. Field trips furnish one of the main sources of enjoyment. Plant and animal material is being col- lected and classified by club members. It is hoped that the collection will some day be of real educational value to the school. Outstanding events of the year were: A biology exhibit in which club members participated, and a lecture on flowers by O. L. Petersen, a poet and naturalist. i . 2 'Q .i gl 2 il l 1? gl gs? il ii all wli fa EQ .il 51' in 1 Page Fifty-two Page Fifty-three Chemistry Club OFFICERS IRWIN GLATSTEIN - - President - ALEx GROSBERK3 - - Vice-President - FRANK WATSON - - Secretary-'Treasurer KENNETH WULEERT - - Editor of Rctort Sponsor. MR. Sc:m1LTz MEMBERS Stanley Handelman Louis Isaacs Erwin Landau Herluf Lund Marcia Ann Marks Irwin Mohr Iohn Phiambolis Leroy Phillips Eugene Asckenasy Marvin Bank Lorraine Burns Ellsworth Carmichael Harry Frech Robert Gartside Alex Grosberg - ROBERT GARTSIDE - KENNETH WULEERT - - ALEX GROSBERG STANLEY HANDEI.MAN Helen Rae Pickrcl Chester Powell Louis Shotliff Philip Silverman lack Wasserman Frank Watson Kenneth Wulfert The Chemistry Club was organized in 1927 under the sponsorship of Mr. Schultz. It consists of students who are sufficiently interested in Chem- istry and allied subjects to attend the Tuesday afternoon meetings and to perform experiments, or give oral reports before the club. The purpose of the club is to enable those interested in Chemistry to obtain greater and more varied knowledge of the subject than is available in the regular Chemistry classes. In order to carry out this purpose to a greater extent the club publishes a newspaper, The Retort. The club meets on alternate Tuesdays at three o'clock. An examination pertaining to general Chemistry must be passed before entering the club. Li wo, Wnin, Pour-:LL, Nnni.irr, Cumiilnm., Fnnui, PIIILLIPS, Mn. Suu z Asutl-:NA-x, lsui., flurlslnl-1, lnawvu , WVLFEHT, 12l.x1s'rElN, Simi-:nwi.as himiixsm., Wxxsux, Brass, l'niuu-QL, Mun.-, XKA--EINAN, llxNvELsiAN, l'uln1iun,i- ew Grosberz. Hickel. ShorlIH. Simpkins, Schoenthaler. Lahmer. Andr Chappell. Freitag. Handelman. Eiseman. Kalish. Boles. Shank. Dicks. IN1, Boles ompton. Becker, jack. Watsori. Mr. Collings. Isaacs. M. Frank. V. Frank. Lenz Camaro Club OFFICERS FRANK W.K'I'SCDN - - - - Pft-mit-,If AI.vIN SIMIII4INs Vice-Presiklerit Dick CZONIPTON - Treasurer MARION Imzk . - SQL-rt-mfg LOUIS ISAP-.tis Piirchasirig Agent MEMBERS VVallace Andrews Frances Becker Marie Boles Betty Chappell Dick Compton lean Dicks Bill Eiseman Virginia FraIIk luanita Freitag Alex Grosbcrg Stanley Handel Oliver Hickel Louis Isaacs Marian lack Illilll Virginia Kerwin lack Lahmer Robert Lenz Charles Shank Bob Shoenthaler Louis Shotliff Alvin Simpkins l:l'illll'i VVatson Margaret Frank Kathryn Kalisli The Camera Club, organized last February under the sponsorship of Mr. Collings. had as its purpose the development of an interest in photography in this school. The club meets every Friday afternoon in the dark rooms on the fourth floor, the meeting being chiefly concerned with the developing and printing of snapshots taken by the members of the club. Although the club has so far only concerned itself with developing and printing. a portrait studio is under construction where interesting portraits will be taken. Future plans also include the enlarging and tinting of photographs. The Camera Club has also tried this semester to help in the enlargement and improvement of the Dial snapshot section. Igt' Fifty-In Page Fifty-five DOROTHY lVlORRll.I. - FRANCES Buss - - LORRAINE Scriurz Doms FINTGAN - Thelma Albrecht Florence Armstrong Iohnita Boss Eloise Bradley Lorraine Burns Frances Buss Alice Clifford Olive Depelheuer LeRoy Dixon an Club OFFICERS President - - Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer MEMBERS Elizabeth Eisernan Rosalyn Epstein Eleanor Ann Hoevel Iuanita Hunsaker Lorraine Marcus Dolores Meyer Margaret Moore Dorothy Morrill Doris Padgett Patty Peele FLORENUHL ARMSTRONG - BETTY CimPPal.I. - Tm-LLMA ALBRECHT - LORRMNE BURNS Ruth Shear Catherine Rao Lorraine Schulz Garnettc Sherman Kathryn Stanhope Helen Stern Rosalyn Sterneck Sally Sullivan Lois Wichman lust before Christmas the Art Club held an Art Exhibition in the front hall. It had been hoped that this exhibition would become an annual event. but the idea was abandoned when several of the exhibits disappeared. The annual Art Club Faculty tea was held after final exams and was a big success. Because of the unusually large number that tried out it was necessary to increase the maximum membership quota the second semester. Eiseman. Stern. Boss. Epstein. Burns. Marcus. Hunsaker. Schulz. Stanhope. Rao Shear. Padgett. Sullivan. Clifford. Morrill. Hoevel. Peele. Moore, Datz. Sherman Buss. Depelheuer. Armstrong. Miss Gray. Finigan. Albrecht. Wichman mn., Inn X I 1 lx uuinnrm, 4.r.A-nt, Iluilxux, Nriniu, Ihxrnrxux, kr,-mutt ti, linen, fum, Nlutn-, lxnulnt. lin. l lun, 51ntN.l.nlx President - The Forum OFFICERS SL't'fCfiif!1-TfL'HhllfL r - Program Chairman Sponsor - - Milton Aronson Gilbert Brown Myrl Cohen Ralph Cook Richard Embree Bob Glaser MEMBERS Bob Goldberg Stanley l-landelman Wilbur Hollman Frank Kirk Beatrice Kramer Pauline Levin Mriaox Nizwmzxx BEATRIIE KRAMER - RALPH Cook - DR. Uizcn Marcia Ann Marks Myron Newman Newell Pieper Sidney Rosen Leonard Rosenbaum Helen Stern The Forum is one of the most informal clubs in the school. The group meets every Wednesday in Room 408, where topics prepared by the Pro- gram Committee are discussed. The discussions usually take the form of extemporaneous speeches and debates. Although no visible gain may be seen, every member of the club feels that he has improved his ability to speak before an audience. The school debating team is chosen from the Forum. and this year produced one of our best teams. The year has also been one of growth for the club, the membership having increased from ten to eighteen. Page Fifty Page Fifty-seven Current Events Club MILTON Anoxsox - LEONARD Rosexaaum IOHNITA Boss - EWALD BAHR Miss BARNIDGI5 Milton Aronson Ewald Bahr Iohnita Boss Isabelle Brooks Leonard Bierman Lorraine Burns Sam Cohen Bill Eiseman Ethel Edwards Melvin Goldman Iuanita Hunsaker J OFFICERS - - - - President Vice-President - Secretary-Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms - - Sponsor MEMBERS Florence Meredith Lorraine Marcus Sylvia Molasky Arthur Matlock Elizabeth Murray Robert Palan Leonard Rosenbaum Kathryn Stanhope Kennedy Smith Myrtle Vaden The Current Events Club was reorganized under the sponsorship of Miss Barnidge by a group of students at the beginning of the second semester, Feb- ruary, 1934. A constitution was drawn up, and the Club began to hold regular meetings once every two weeks. Due to the youthfulness of the club, noth- ing of great importance in our school activity was attempted, but the prospects for the future are favorable and much may be expected. The object of the club is to further interest in and to exchange ideas con- cerning problems of our present-day life. Eiseman. Matlock, Goldman, Kirsch. Bierman, Cohen. Smith. Palan Murray Brooks. Burns, Marcus, Nlolasky. Vaden, Stanhope. Edwards Rosenbaum. Aronson, Boss, Bahr Grayson, Pellet. Ammetman. Popping. Godlove. Tamme. Hard Riddle. Boss. Marcus. Grace. Wright, Hellmich. l.,alVlertlia. Lorton. D. Stevens. Hampton Canavan. Etherlon. V. Frank. Rabenau, V. Lutz. Brooks. Armstrong. Maizner, E. Stevens ell, Ketwin. Fieselman. Chtistmann, Dexheimer. Shapiro, Reynolds. Brown. W. Lutz. Holley Girls' U Club GEORGIA Diexiiiiiixiiiiz Iosepiimii Ciinisrivmxx IANE REYNOLDS - CLARA FiEsELMAN - Miss MANLEYI - Miss PARR 5 Betty Ammerman Florence Armstrong Evelyn Bissell Iohnita Boss Isabelle Brooks Blanche Brown Rose Marie Canavan Iosephine Christmann Georgia Dexheimer Ethel Edwards Clara Fieselman Hespie Godlove OFFICERS MEMBERS Anna Marie Grace Elizabeth Grayson Kathryn Hampton lean Hellmich Elizabeth Heuser Bessie Hord Bonnie Holley Virginia Kerwin Harriet LalVlertha Ruth Lorton Virginia Lutz Winifred Lutz - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer - Sponsors Lorraine Marcus Bernadine ljelter Virginia Pepping Mary Io Rabenau lane Reynolds Margaret Riddle Estelle Shapiro Dorothy Stevens Evelyn Stevens Hortense Tamme Adele VVard Carolyn Wright Henrietta Maizner The U. Club has had a very successful year. The membership of the club has been at its largest and it has participated in many activities. Some of its activities were charity work at Thanksgiving and Christmas time. the reunion held for alumni members, the Easter Party held for the small children, the trip to Cape Girardeau made by several chosen members of the club for the annual Play Day, a Rummage Sale, a Benefit Bridge, a Play Day for County schools and the annual letter banquet. l Page Fifty-vigil! I 1 I I I , I I III isi flu Ev: Il I11 III I1 JI I. I I I I Is gl I EI: El I I I I .I ....... --i- ,x,.g- Page Fifty-nine Dick YoRE - FRED LEYHE - HARVEY ROHDE - KENNETH HUGHES Si Arnold Edward Ballmann Byron Barr lack Blades Bert Boaz Walter Boain Ed Bowman Don Bristow Butler Bushyhead Henry Bushyhead Bill Campbell Maynard Caster Eugene Chaney Louis Chaney Shields Christy Myrl Cohen Dick Compton Howard Cory Russell Dorn Charles Duchen Bud Ernst Charles Gilles Palmer Higert The Tribe BOYS' LETTER CLUB OFFICERS MEMBERS Ioe Horan Kenneth Hughes Iim Ingham Harrison Iohnson Asa Iones Harold Kirsch Iim Knight Bill Lamb Fred Leyhe Kenneth Leutwiler Bud Lewis Elton Lewis lack Maginn Harold Marglous Bill Marre Iohn Massa Tom McConnell Andy McNeiley Truett McSpadden Russell Meredith Lilburn Ochs Ernest Ohle Meyer Pankewer - Preszde nt - Vice-President - Secretary- Treasurer - Sergeant-at Arms Mario Pertici Doug Pollock Robert Queen Harvey Rohde David Rosmsky Harry Rudman Iohn Ryan Iunior Schaller Bill Seibert Eugene Siempelkamp Leo Shakofsky Bob Tyzzer Everett Watkins Bob Weinstock Ionas Weiss Fred White Bob White Arthur Whorton Russell Wolfe Dick Yore Harvey Zucker Ingham, Cohen, Dom, Ernst, Wolf, Leutwiler, Wackins. Duchen Schaller Castor Bowman jones Siempelkamp, Thompson Campbell, Bristow, Weiss, Barr, F. White, Arnold. McNeiley, Seibert Whorton B White Ohle Drummond Zucker, Cory, Queen Mr. Schemmer, Compton, Chaney, Pertici. H. Bushyhead, Boaz, Higert Magmn Lamb Marre Shakofsky Knight. Rudman, Horan. Blades, B. Bushyhead Kirsch Mr Muhl Rosinsky. Pankewer, McConnell, Hughes. Leyhe. Yore, Rohde, Tyzzer Ballman Pollock Gillis Ryan Boain Marglous, Christy, Weinstock 1 s i- Y17 i- Nlr. Fallcenhainer. Kruth. Kalrwasser. Chaleff. Rosen. Herweck Monteath. Garrett. Niss, Ammerman. Asckenasy. Siegfried. Weiss, Boles. Tucker. Governick, Killoran. Kohn Embree, Reid. Ingham. Crandall. Simpson. Krout. Norden, Kreisman. Grossman. Becker. Edwards. Blass. Sheinbein. Compton Qrchestro Piano Marian Krout Violins Eugene Asckenasy loseph Tucker Frances Grossman Alvin Governick Madeline Lavie Read Boles Ethel Edwards Marian Blass Dick Compton Arbey Killoran lsadore Sheinbein Ionas Weiss Sidney Rosen Frances Becker Viola Charlotte Crandall Tuba Iulius Chaleff Flutes Richard Emluree Sedley Seigfreid Clarinefs Elliot Reid Iim Ingham Horns Iohn Ammerman Stanley Niss Trumpets Arthur Kruth Richard Herweck Trombones Iunior Garrett Edward Monteath Russell Dorn Drums Russell Norden Eddie Kreisman The Orchestra this year has been greatly improved by added members. which has made a more complete instrumentation. It is the largest orchestra in the history of the Senior High and has been very capably directed by Mr. Falkenhainer. ln the opera, A'The Red Mill," presented this year, the Orchestra per- formed excellently even though the opera contained instrumental music more difficult than that in previous operas. Ir also presented programs at the Senior Play, the Mothers' Club, in assembly, and is now working on the music for the commencement program in lime. Page Sixty Page Sixty-one ROBERT GARTSIDE ARTHUR KRUTH SIDNEY Rosex IEAx Smpsox Ions AMMERM,-tx Piccolo Sedley Seigfried Flutes Richard Embree George Fieselman Dave Orwig Clarinets Elliot Reid Iean Simpson Iim Ingham Richard Hatch Bud Lewin Alto Saxophone Albert Kaltwasser Tenor Saxophone Eugene Asckenasy Bond Baritone Saxophone Alvin Simpkins Trumpets Arthur Kruth Richard I-Ierweck Charles Duchen Sidney Rosen Francis Edwards William Moffett Ralph Horwitz Horns Stanley Niss Bob Maack Baritones Robert Gartside Frank Iones - President Vice-President - Treasurer - Secretary Student Director Trombones Iohn Ammerman Iunior Garrett Marvin Horwitz Edward Monteath Emmons Dorn Tubas Iulius Chaleff Philip Smith Vester Thompson Bernard Buser Drums Russell Norden Eddie Kreisman Dan Susman Howard Gardner Aaron Landau Under the supervision of Mr. Falkenhainer, the band has been very active this year, and the new members have made it the largest one ever at High School. Some of the numerous places in which the Band has played are the Kiwanis Club, the Old Folks' Home, the new Iackson Park school and at most of the football and basketball games. The biggest event given by the Band was a concert on May ll, with the combined Senior and Iunior High bands to raise funds for additional band uniforms, It is hoped that this concert can be made an annual event. Simpkins. Chaletf. Thompson, Buser. Smith Kalrwasser. Roos, Weber. Garrett. Sheibc-r, Nlonteath. Amrnerman. Dnrn. I-lorwirz Embree. Asckenasy, Hatch. Ingham. Gartside. jones. Simpson. Hoevel. Maack. Horwitz. Edwards. Rosen Mctfet. Niss- Mr. Falkenhainer. Reid. Orwig. Seigfried. Fxeselman. Kreisinan. Susman, Landau. Norden. Gardner. Kruth lderweck. Isaacs. Duchen. Dry'den Stem. Christmann. Foote, Strauss. Langenlferg. Buss, Marshall. Webb Klein. York, Yore. Hickel. Leyhe, Bristow The Gpero The chorus classes were responsible for three events of great importance in the school year. R 3 The annual Christmas program was given on the last school day before Christmas and included many Christmas songs. Then our seventh annual operetta: Victor Her- bert's "Red Mill" was presented in April and was perhaps the most important event of the year, with the entire music department and about 250 students participating. In February, the St. Louis Symphony Orches- tra, under the direction of Vladimir Golschman, - 1 ' ""I" ' - gave a beautiful concert in our gymnasium with iii Il l' ' F 15 Mqm mpo the chorus participating. This brought so much Vladimir "Con" Kidder Golschman enthusiasm that it is hoped to make it an annual event. CAST OF CHARACTERS - - - - - - DICK YORE "Kid" Conner -------- - FRED LEYHE Ian Van Borkem lliurgomaster of Katwyky-Ann-Zeej OLIVER HICIKEL Franz lSheriff of Katwyky-Ann-Zeel - - - - RICHARD STEM VVillem 1Keeper of the Red Mill Innl - - - DEVERELIX KLEIN Capt, Durk Van Damm lin love with Gretchen! - - - CURTIS YORK The Governor of Zeeland lengaged to Gretchen! ----- IACK WEBB Ioshua Pennyfeather lSolicitor. Lincohis Inn Fields, London, automohiling with his daughters through Hollandl - - - - - - - METCALF Bizisrow - - MMQGARET CIIRISTIWIN - - - CLAIIQE I,-AE NIARCIIALI. Bertha ltht Burgomastcrs sisterl Tina 1BtIrIII'IId, VVillems daughter - - - - - HARRIILT FooTE Gretchen lthe Burgomasters daughter? - - . , K , . V J 1 - I Countess De Lu Fere lautomohiling w'th her sons through Holland? 1 FRANLE5 Buss Flora ---- ------- I MNE LANGENBERG Dom ------------- CI-xieixxii Srimtiss First Artist and Servant Kiixxitm' SMITII Page Sixty-tivo Eloise Acruman jane Adams Ruth Alexander Charles Andrews Wallace Andrews Betty Ammerman Eugene Asckenasy Shirley Asckenasy Marguerite Ashby Sally Ausbeck Betty Belle Baker Peggy Lou Baker Byron Barr Corale Baumann Dorothy Bayley Bill Beam Suzanne Bedell Virginia Beyer jack Bigler Wayne Bigler Jack Blades Frances Blocher Elsa Bonnell Bill Branham Mary Brewer Don Bristow Metcalf Bristow Beth Brooking Isabelle Brooks Blanche Brown Bob Brownstein Beverly Buerlot ' , John Bunn Q Q Ruth Ann Burns ' K Barnard Buser A Frances Buss ' James Carroll , f Betty Reid Chappell ' 9 Lorraine Cherry I Margaret Christman Bill Clark Edith Clark Helen Close Ed Commander Betty Conner i Q ' i Q : , 1 I l l 4 Q f 3 l W I i i i Page Sixty-three Mary Frances Chadwick The Qpero Dorothy Conner Carolyn Cook Howard Cory Charlotte Crandall Rosemary Datz Henry David Dawn Day Olive Depelheuer Bob Dependahl Charles Dependahl Georgia Dexheimer jean Dick Leroy Dixon Ramona Dreifke Frank Dubbs Richard Dunham Ida Eaves Martha Edward Bill Elbring Virginia Ellis Wallace Emmer Lucien Erskine Virginia Lou Evans Charlotte Fairbank Doris Finnigan Zelda Fleischer Thelma Fleischman Harriet Foote Ida Fox Margaret Frank Virginia Frank Harry Frech Juanita Freitag Louise French Betty Fry Doris Gibstine Agnes Jane Gilliam King Gish Ida Glaser Hespie Godlove Oliver Gold Miriam Goldberg Burt Gordon Frank Graves Robert Greengard Dorothy Grosberg MEMBERS OF THE CHORUS Gladys Hale Marjorie Hall Kathryn Hampton Stanley Handelman Virginia Heath Gene Henderson Georgette Herold Elizabeth Heuser Oliver Hickel Palmer Higert Sam Hill Robert Holcomb Lorraine Holtzman Joe Horan Robert Hughey Audrey Humes Frances Hurst Virginia Hurst La Verne Hynes Dorothy Jack Mary Lee Kammerer Charles Kanter Jack Kearney Florence Kelewae Ruth ,lane Kemmerer Robert Kemp William Kerwin Devereux Klein Kathryn Knezevich Annabelle Kohn Vera Kohn Rose Komadina Jayne Langenberg Dave Leigh Kenneth Leutwiler Elinor Liebowitz Winifred Lutz Virginia Lynott Harriet MacGregor Henrietta Maizner Margaret Mallory Alice Maloney Florence Manion Bill Marre Clare Jane Marshall Annette Mathes Opera Arthur Matlock Rose Matusofsky Adele McCarthy Art McNamara jane McPheeters Florence Meredith Richard Meredith Sara Middleman Vivian Milam john Miravelle Leslie Mitchell jean Mohler joan Mohler Bill Morgan Doris Morgan Dorothy Morrill Ruth Morrison Austin Mueller Ralph Myer Stanley Niss Ralph Nutter Lilburn Ochs Arline Odell Fern Orenstein Margaret Parman Betty Pass Richard Pease Alice Peele Patty Peele Virginia Pepping Mario Pertici Mary Jane Pickel laura Marie Pieper Doug Pollock Martha Proetz Betty Jane Reinert Thelma Richardson Wanda Robinson Margaret Sandoe Nedra Schaeffer Barbara Scharif Henrietta Schlessinger Bob Schmidt Bob Schoenthaler Lenore Schweizer Bill Seibert Chorus Bob Sexton Carl Shank Garnett Sherman Ruth Sherrick Louis Shotliff jim Sido Monte Silverblatt Genevieve Smith Kennedy Smith jean Speaks Dorothy jane Spreckelmeyer Winfield Stampfer Virginia Stanford Dale Stanza Tom Stauffer Dick Stem Rosalyn Sterneck Dorothy Stevens Louise Stevenson Marcena Stevenson Naida Stevenson Carlyne Strauss Harryette Sudekum Harriet Sumnicht Lois Thomas Lucille Thorne Allen Trumbull Betty Tydeman jack Webb Bob Weinstock Sara Jane Weiss Elinor Wells Marianne Wilkerson Irene Wilson Norma Witterschein Arthur Whorton Bob Whorton Loys Wondell Florence Wood Sylvian Yawitz Mary Yonker Curtis York Casper Yost Bernice Zemelman Mason Zeigler Ruth Zimmerman Kalish. Levitt. Ohle. Webb. Bzgler, Buss. Foote Anne - - Caraway Pim Dinah - Brian Strange Olivia Marden Senior Ploy CAST lln order of appearancel George Marden, I. P. Lady Marden MH'RTLE LEVITT ERNEST OHLE H.3XRRlliT FOOTE WAYNE BIGLER FRANCES Buss - IAcK WEBB K.xTHm'x KALISH The anuary '33 and the Iune '34 Seniors presented A. A. Milne's de- llghtflll comedy, "Mr, Pim Passes By." on November 24, under the direction of MISS Louise Malone. The play revolves around a chance remark by Mr. Pim who, in "passing", creates havoc in the house of George Marden, P., and greatly influences the lnes of four real and human characters. pugc 51'.x'Iy-fozlr Page Sixty-five Girls' Bcillei This year the Girls' Ballet again contributed their share toward making the annual opera. "The Red Mill," a success. All the dancing numbers in this production were developed and directed by the physical education teachers, Miss Parr and Miss Iackson. A tap dance in polka dot costumes and one in traditional Dutch costume, with wooden shoes included, and a ballet number added to the charm and beauty of the production. The girls deserve much credit for these numbers because they have practiced long and faithfully this semester, which was shown in their work. OPERA BALLET Dances Under Direction of The Girls' Physical Education Betty Ammerman Florence Armstrong Shirley Asckenasy Corale Baumann Marie Berry Mary Beth Brooking Blanche Brownstein Frances Buss losephine Christman Edith Clark Pearl Cohen Rosemary Datz Georgia Dexheimer Anita Gardner Department Betty Hinds Annabelle Kohn Doris Morgan lane Reynolds Doris Robb Nedra Schaeffer Estelle Shapiro Ruth Sherrick lean Simpson Patricia Smith Dorothy Stevens Betty Tydeman Elinor Wells lane Wessell Marianne Wilkerson Miriam Goldberg 5 Y ylvian awitz Kathryn Hampton Buss, Brownstein. 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Guard Edward Ball Forward Russell Wolfe, Manager Dec. 15-Wellston ., 21-44 U City Feb 2-Mexico High 8- U City Dec. 16-Soldan , . 19-30 ,.., ,U City Feb 3-Mo. M. A... 20- U City Dec. Zi-Kirkwood 6-28 U City Feb 9-Clayton ,, ,, I9 U. City Ian. 5-Clayton 20-37 U City Feb 13-Kirkwood 22 U City Ian. 9-Normandy I7-38 U City Feb I6-Webster . . ll U City Ian. 12-Webster 14-22 U. City Feb 21-Ritenour . ,. 21 U. City Ian. I9-St. Charles 24-37 U. City Feb. 23-Maplewood , .. 28- U City Ian. 28-Maplewood 23-ll U. City Feb 27-Roosevelt . , 17- U City The University City basketball team started this year with a veteran team and won thirteen of their fifteen encounters. This gives practically the same team under Coach Muhl's direction a record of 25 victories in 30 games over a period of two years. The only games lost were the two defeats at the hands of the undefeated Maplewood team. ' The most outstanding games of the year from the standpoint of interest and spirit were the two games with Maplewood. The Hrst game, at Maple- wood, drew a capacity crowd, and the final game, at University city, drew the largest crowd in the basketball history of the school. The suburban champion- ship was settled only at the end of this final game when a fighting U. City team was out-shot by the Blue and White sharpshooters. Victories were also scored over our rivals, Webster Groves and Soldan. The team made the usual trip to Mexico, which resulted in two victories for the lndians in two days. Meyer Pankewer, who was elected to an all-county position, was also the high scorer for the season. Tom McConnell and Pankewer were elected honorary co-captains. Harold Marglous and Walter Boain earned major letters all three years of competition. The Reserves and the Sophomore team enjoyed a line season and gave promise of some good varsity material. The Senior team was champion of the class team preliminary league. Dr. Magness. Hecke. Cohen, Marte. Shakofsky. Coach Muhl, Duchen, Chapman, Woodson T acy 1, Wolfe. R. Wolfe. Mgr. Ballman, Yore. Boain. Pankewer, McConnell. Margulis. Rosinskv. Gilles 8 . i 5 I I Coach Sch mmer. Dr. Magness. Lamb, Gilles. Cheney. Zucker. McSpadden. Blades. Coach Muhl Watkins. Hughes. Higirt. Boaz. Yore. Shakofslty. Rohde. Pollock Leyhe, Cory. Meredith. Marre McConnell. McBride, Maginn, Seibert, Boain Walter Boain Fred Leyhe Tom McConnell Bert Boaz lack Maginn Harvey Rohde Howard Cory Charles Gilles Palmer Higert Kenneth Hughes Drexel Chaney Asa Jones Bill Marre Russell Meredith Melvin McBride Douglas Pollock Bill Lamb Harvey Zucker Bill Seibert Leo Shakofsky Everett Watkins Dick Yore jack Blades, Manager True!! McSpadden, Manager The 1934 edition of the Indians, coached by Mr. Muhl and Mr. Schemmer, was one of the strongest teams ever put on the field by University City, with the best offensive and defensive records of any team in the St. Louis area. Although in actual score we won every game played, a forfeited league game to Ritenour ended the season, with University City in a three-way percentage tie with Maplewood and Kirkwood, and put University City among the County League champions for the fifth time in six years. Three members of the team, lack Maginn, Dick Yore, and Walter Boain, were elected to the all-county team for the second time. Bill Marre, Bert Boaz, and Tom McConnell made the second all-star team. Walter Boain was the only member of the team to receive his football letter for the third year. The co-captains this year were Bert Boaz and lack Maginn. Sixteen sophomores received their class numerals for playing a successful schedule. Page Sixty-eight Page Sixty-nine County Leoque Champions September 23-Wood River, Ill. , O-28 University City September 29-Ritenour , . 0-I8 University City October 6-Soldari ..,,, I3-25 University City October 14-Webster , ,. ,.., .. OM 6 University City October 21-Normandy , O- 6 University City October 27-Wellston 6-33 University City November 4-Maplewood .. 0- 9 University City November ll-St. Charles , .,.,. , O-19 University City November l7-Missouri Military Academy., ,. 6-66 ,,University City One of the most outstanding victories of the season was gained over Maplewood by a score of 9 to 0, on the Blue and Whites field, when a highly- keyed team, showing unusual perfection in blocking, ran the ends, plunged and out-passed the favored veteran Maplewood team before the season's largest crowd. This was especially gratifying since Maplewood defeated Kirkwood, the other county leader. Other highlights were victories scored over our traditional rival. Webster Groves, and our city-league opponent, Soldan. The latter game showed the excellent early season form of the Indians when they romped over the Brown and Gold team 25 to l3, with a brilliant forward passing attack. The University City team scored a season's total of 210 points. to 25 for their opponents. The Varsity used a characteristic Indian huddle developed by Coach Muhl. then snapped into a balanced line Notre Dame style box offense, or an unbalanced line with a double wing-back Warner style of play, thus mak- ing necessary good team co-operation. Blades, Lamb. Lewis. Wolfe. Fleishman. Allen. Krebs. Haeussler. Bierman. Schaller, Mcspadd R bno K1 Coach Muhl. Dr. Magnus. Aronson, Zucker. Rohde. Watkins. Boaz, Yore. Higert, Shakofsky. G Bushvheacl, Coach Schemmer Pollock. Cory. Leyhe. Chaney. Meredith. Marre. McConnell. McBride. Maginn. Seibert. Bo H gh McNamara, Harpster, Barry. Chapman. Devor. Brownstein. Dtlbbs. Morgan. Ernst. Voges. H lc Law, Maloney. Goggio. Dryden i- ' ...E C. .eil I ii ll ii l . I i 1 1 I I I I Q I I I Yore. Erskine, Marglous. Rudman. Buser M H R R hd K ' h T ld BI d ore. oran. yan. o 2. mg t, yzzer. Arno . a es I r ler. Ohle. Yost. Ballman. Coach Schemmer. Watkins. Campbell. Whirson. Brooks Track During the past season Mr. Schemmer again turned out a championship team. The Indians so far have taken the Maplewood Relays and the fourth straight State Indoor titles. In the former event it was their fourth victory in the five years it has been run. Smaller meets with Normandy, St. Louis U. High, Clayton, Granite City, South West Conference Champs, and the strong Roosevelt City Champs team have been taken in full stride. On May 12 they won County Iunior and Senior Meet and have strong chances of winning the district meet. At the State Meet held at Columbia, May 4, the Indians won the third straight State Outdoor Title. Our squad was especially gifted with sprinters and distance men. To try their metal Mr. Schemmer took Campbell, Leutwiler, Rohde, and Knight in the sprint relays and Ballman, Erskine, Rudman, and Ryan in the longer race to the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa. They came home with three thirds which is entirely to their credit since these relays draw nation-wide competi- tion. This was the greatest number of points scored by any high school at the Drake Relay. In winning the Maplewood event the above-mentioned relay teams set records in their events: Ioe Horan unexpectedly took the feature one-hundred yard dash: while lim Knight also scored high in the hurdle races. Harvey Rohde was beaten out by a step in the two-twenty. I I II: I I II I II I -I I I ,I Iii Is I I I lv Ii I II II ., I 'I I III ,I i, III aw 'I II IV I Page Sc vent y ll 1l 1 1 l l I , l 1 1 l Track 5 I I F 1 i In the line of individual stars of the season Ballman, Horan, Rohde, and 1 1 1 Knight led the Senior division and in the Iunior class Ohle was pressed to I keep ahead of More, Yost, and Watkins. From the Iunior division and the i 1 returning lettermen Mr. Schemmer hopes to build another championship team . 1 f next spring. 1 ' 2 1 Iim Knight set 2 hurdle records that probably will never be touched- 1 1 at least for some time. In the State Outdoor Meet he set a record of 15.2 ' sec. and in the County Meet he won from Ehrhardt in the fast time of 15.4 sec. Ernest Ohle won the state outdoor javelin with a throw of 165 feet and set a new record in the County Iunior Division with a throw of 185 feet. TRACK RECORD March 31-U. City wins State Indoor Meet at Columbia with 45 points. April 7-Wins Quadrangular Meet with 193 points. April 14-Wins Maplewood Relays with 49 points. April 18-Wins dual meet held with Granite City 196-38. . April 25-Defeats Roosevelt in dual meet. J 1 April 28-Drake Relays-U. City gets three thirds. 1 May 5-Wins State Outdoor Meet at Columbia. f May 12-Wins County Meet at U. City. 5 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bushyhead. Sranza. Zucker. Rosinsky, Drozda. Feeeh. Landau. Kemp, cafmlehael, Johnston. Dryden. Rya I O'Brien, Governick, wallla. Branham, Caster. Glaaeman. Queen. Arnold. Thompson. Coach sehemmen 1 y lefpnlee. Schaum. snip. Whlteki2a::lLInesEr5lE::llgl.SIgl::1.leEuggi1eIraui3S:1A- A365133 Dependahl, Blenman. Bank l I I Leutwiler, Yost. Rudman, Tyzzer, lcnaghl. Ohle. Horan. J. Ryan, Renae, Yore, camplaell. Arnold. Ballma 1 I Blaalea. waelnna. More. Griffin 1 1 aaa- -.-.1.-....- .OO 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 I E 1 1 l 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Page Seventy-one 1 1 1 . d g. Edwards. Christy. Drozda, Goggio, Embree. Krebs. Deibel. Baht, E. Chaney. L. Chaney. Kerwin. Srealey Siempelkamp. Lamb. Bristow. Coach Muhl. Bowman. Ernst, Ingham Wrestling THE LETTERMEN Iames Ingham, 95 lbs. Don Bristow, 125 lbs. Bill Lamb, 155 lbs. Shields Christy, 105 lbs. Ed Bowman, 145 lbs. Eugene Chaney, 105 lbs. For the third consecutive year Mr. Muhl's wrestling team won the State Wrestling Tournament held at Columbia. University City won four individual state wrestling titles. The winners were Iames Ingham in the 95-lb. class, Don Bristow in the 125-lb. class, Ed Bowman in the 145-lb. class, and Bill Lamb in the 155-lb. class. Second places were won by Eugene Siempelkamp in the 115-lb. class, and Shields Christy in the 105-lb. class. Don Bristow won the Charles Fisher Trophy for being the most out- standing and finished wrestler competing in the meet. Lamb won the distinc- tion of being the only boy ever to be a state champion for three straight years. Iimmy was titled A'Killer" Ingham after his exceptional performance. The team gained experience for the tournament in several dual matches with Western, Ferguson, Clayton and Kirkwood, and in the Normandy tournament. Eugene Siempelkamp won the 115-lb. championship in the West- ern A. A. U. tournament while two P. G.'s, Iohn Massa and Lilburn Ochs won second honors in their classes. Mr. Muhl inaugurated wrestling in the school athletic program four years ago. The team was runner-up in the state tournament that year, and has been State Champion the last three years, thus making a most exceptional record. Other members of the squad were David Orwig, Bud Ernst, Bob Deibel, Richard Embree, Louis Chaney, Myron Gollub, Frank Dubbs, Dan Eads, Dan Roth. 1 Page Scvcnfy-two l i Baseball PLAYERS Tom McConnell Venture Caravello Charles Gilles Mario Pertici Harold Kirsch Herbert Deutch Leo Shakofsky Walter Boain Douglas Pollock Bud Ernst Fred Leyhe Gilbert Brown Thornhill Grace Moss Handelman HueY Sheiber Harpsrer 1. Wolfe Chapman Sher Goldman Fargher, Manager The University baseball team. coached by Nlr. Thompson, is in the midst of a defense of their title as Suburban League Champions of 1933. At this writing the team is in second place with a record of two defeats and two vic- tories. The team was defeated for the first time in three years when they went down to Normandy by a score of 7 to 4 in the first league game of the season. A later defeat at the hands of St. Charles makes the outlook for another cham- pionship improbable, but it is possible that the team will finish the season as a co-champion with several other teams in the Suburban league. The team has a schedule of games with seven schools, four of which have already been played. U. City defeated Clayton and Webster by scores of 6-2 and 16-6, and lost to Normandy and St. Charles 7-4 and 8-6, respectively. 5 j The remaining games are with Ritenour, Kirkwood and Maplewood. , l A . i ! 3 The team is composed of both veterans and newcomers this year with I l most of the work falling to the veteran battery of McConnell and Pollock. 5 Q Herbert Deutch has served as a relief pitcher with Harold Kirsch doing part l - . of the catching. The infield is unusually capable in fielding this year with ' Boain at first, Ernst at second, Gilles at short, and Shakofsky rounding out i the combination at third. The outfield positions are well handled by Pertici. l i Leyhe, and Brown. l l l l s Q Z l l l Wolfe, Fargher. Randall, Sher. Harpster. Coach Thompson, Handelman. Goldman. Sheibe l 5 Q Ernst, Caravelle. Gilles. Shakofsky. McConnell, Pollock. Boain. Pertici. Leyhe. Brown E - Moss. Grace. Huey. Kirsch. Deutch, Chapman l """""""""""'-'-'T I - s" . . 'Q f' 1,19 5--------'-- l sl yi, l ' 5 ' ,I Nui '- 5 ' "I .1 s i I l l l l Page Seventy-three l l lil li ,l lr il It il I l f l l I T 4 . . i g : v 1 1 i 1 1 , W T y Hickel. Zachritz, Wegusen, Shorliff. Landau. Krebs. Stem, Osborne. Lamb, Sher. Gilles. Coach Muhl lVl gl . B. Branham, Wallis. Pankewer. Weinstock. Klein. Cohen. Silverstein. Branham Iames Black Bill Lamb Robert Stamm Ionas Weiss Ed Balson University City won the 1933 four-man team championship trophy with a low total of 602 strokes in the fifth annual St. Louis District High School golf tournament at Woodlawn Country Club. Bob Stamm with a score of 148 for 36 holes, Bill Lamb with 150, Ionas Weiss, 151, and Iames Black, 153, com- prised the winning foursome. U. City thereby gained permanent possession of the three-leg silver trophy placed in competition five years ago by the Missouri Professional Golfers' Association. U. City has won in 1929 andt1932. Mr. Muhl has sponsored these teams, Bill Lamb and Ionas Weiss formed the nucleus for the 1934 team. This pair gave U. City a tie for fourth place in the two-man team State tourney at Columbia, May 5. Other squad members are Nelson Tracy, Howard Zach- ritz, Charles Gilles, lack Lytle, George Rallis, Hanford Sher, Dick Stem, Erwin Landau, Louis Krebs, Bob Wegusen, Iack Osborne, and Oliver Hickel. A full league schedule is being played. Myrl Cohen Harry Greensfeldcr Meyer Pankewer Robert Weinstock Meyer Pankewer and Harold Marglous presented University City with the 1934 State Doubles Championship title, and Robert Weinstock with runner- up Singles honors at Columbia on May 5. The Doubles team was the sur- prise one of the tourney, winning from St. Louis University High, St. Louis Country Day, Columbia, and Westport High of Kansas City. Weinstock. whose oflicial ranking is number one Iunior, St. Louis District, played as only a champion could, though handicapped by an injured leg. Pankewer holds number two Iunior ranking. The other members of the squad are: Myrl Cohen, George Wallis, Harry Silverstein, Devereux Klein, and Ioe and Bill Branham. Besides playing a complete league schedule, the team has matches with Principia, Granite City, C. B. C., and Country Day. The 1933 tennis season featured Robert Weinstock's winning of the State Singles title, and with his teammates, Meyer Pankewer, Harry Greensfelder, Myrl Cohen, Casper Yost, George Wallis and Harry Silverstein winning the first complete County League tennis schedule played. go: St'i't'r1ty-fo A 4 l ll il l ll ii ,i ll fi ii l 5i l l li 1 7l li l Page Seventy-five Girls' Field Hockey VARSITY TEAM Blanche Brown Rose Marie Canavan Iosephine Christmann Georgia Dexheimer Mary Frances Etherton Clara Fieselman Margaret Frank Virginia Frank Elizabeth Grayson Iean Hellmich Bessie Ann Hord Lilly Karm Harriette LaMertha Ruth Lorton Virginia Lutz lane Many Bernadine Pelter Iane Reynolds Ruth Rubin lCaptainj Estelle Shapiro Evelyn Stevens Hortense Tamme Ground, sticks, ground, sticks, ground, sticks-ball. These familiar words were heard every afternoon by a large group of girls last fall. The sport, being the favorite of many, called back many first and second season girls and enabled a good varsity to be chosen. The position usually empty, that of goal keeper, had three this year, indicating the enthusiasm for the game. The girls did quite well, bowing only before the two private schools, Iohn Burroughs and Principia. Canavan. Grayson, E. Stevens. V. Frank, Lortvn, Ficselman. Tamme. Christmann. Pelter. Hord. M. Frank Etherton. Lutz, Dexheimer. Reynolds. Rubin. Brown. Shapiro, Karm. LaMex-tha. Hellmich , my 14 ,, 1 r 1 i I 1 ' l l i 1 i 1 I me , , ,u Lutz, Mannion. Chrisrmann. I.aMenha, Main. Ammerman. Milam. Lonon. Armstrong Reynolds. Dexheimer, Pepping. Shapiro. Brown. Hord. Bissell Girls' Basketball VARSITY TEAM Ruth Lorton Winifred Lutz Iune Main Florence Mannion Betty Ammerman Florence Armstrong Evelyn Bissell Blanche Brown Iosephine Christmann Georgia Dexheimer Bessie Ann l-lord Harriette LaMertha Vivian Milam Virginia Popping lane Reynolds Estelle Shapiro ICQ-iptainl The basketball season was unusually heavy for the senior, junior and sophomore class teams. A large varsity was chosen, many of whom had pre- vious experience, which probably helped the team in winning three games and tying a fourth. Next year's team will miss such excellent guards and forwards as Evelyn Bissell, Blanche Brown, Georgia Dexheimer. Virginia Pepping, lane Reynolds and Estelle Shapiro. lltj !. It gi gi fl ll Page Seventy-seven Volley Boll Florence Armstrong Evelyn Bissell Io Christmann Georgia Dexheimer lane Etherton Maxine Handley Bessie Ann Hord VARSITY TEAM Toba Inger Harriette LaMertha Ruth Lorton Sarah Middleman Estelle Shapiro Gene Stoops Hortense Tamme Varsity wins all games! Here again the members of the team captaxned by Estelle Shapiro, stuck together "to help it up and over," and they achieved their goal. The class teams did almost equally as well as the Varsity winning all but two of the fourteen games played. Inger. Handley, Tamme. Lorron. LaMertha. Eth rro S p Hord. Dexheimer, Armstrong. Shapiro, Christmann. Middl Bs ll in ll' i 2 5? 1 . f gl L. I, Q Q 6 5 I 4 , Reynolds. Chrisrmann. Shapiro, Karm. LaNlenha. Lorton. Dexheimer. Holley Girls' Baseball M1933 Iosephine Christmann Harriette LaMertha Georgia Dexheimer Ruth Lorton Bonnie Holley lane Reynolds Lily Karm Estelle Shapiro The Baseball Varsity Team was a veteran one last year, being composed of three third-year letter girlsg namely, Georgia Dexheimer, Lilly Karm, and Estelle Shapiro, and four second-year girls. The team did quite Well, the class teams losing but two interschool games, while the varsity lost only one. Page Seventy-eight Page Seventy-ninc Girls' Hrchery ARCHERY TEAM-1933 5 Iayne Langenberg fCaptainl Margaret Frank Sally Ausbeck Virginia Frank Suzanne Bedell Kathryn Kalish Isabelle Brooks Dorothy Stevens Under the leadership of Miss Iackson, the archery team of 1933 pro- gressed greatly in form and skill from the previous year's team. From about forty girls who started out, a team of eight was chosen after two weeks of practice. Individual scores formed the basis of selection for the team. The only meet was with Normandy, but in 1934 it is hoped to have meets with several other schools. Langenberg. Ausbeck. lVl. Frank, V. Frank. D. Stevens, Brooks. Bedell. Kalish 4 I Q i , 4 Brook ng Scharff Close. Mannion. Simpson. Douglas. Main. Pickrel. Heuser. Etherton, Hampton, Hinds. Clark, Kammerer Baker Simon Sandhagen. Clark. Killoran. Fairbank. Wichman. Boxerman. Childs. Hellmich. Hire, Lutz. Many. Hall, Wells. Morrison Bssell Stanford Thomas. W. Lutz. Jack, Parman. Jack. johnson, Morrill, Bedell, Brooks, Schrimpf, Jacobs. Kerwin, Goldberg, Brewer, Rathbun Dexheimer Shapiro LaMertha. Datz. Tamme. Christmann. Krout. Fieselman. Smith. Boss. Holley. E. Stevens, D. Stevens, Hord Squad Leaders Peggy Lou Baker Suzanne Bedell Marian Blass Iohnita Boss Mary Beth Brooking Isabelle Brooks Beverly Buerlot Margaret Christmann Beatrice Clark Edith Clark Rosemary Datz Iune Davis Iane Etherton Clara Fieselman Frances Grossman Peggy Lou Baker Suzanne Bedell Evelyn Bissell Iohnita Boss Irma Boxerman Marian Brewer Mary Beth Brooking Betty Chappell lane Childs Margaret Christmann Edith Clark lane Clark Helen Close Georgia Dexheimer Opal Douglas Iane Etherton FIRST SEMESTER Louise Hall Kathryn Hampton Virginia Harrison lean Hellmich Elizabeth Heuser Betty Hinds Bonnie Holley Bessie Ann Hord Dorothy lack Marian lack losephine Iacobs Ruth Iohnson Virginia Kerwin Marian Kraut Harriette LaMertha SECOND SEMESTER Charlotte Fairbank Clara Fieselman Miriam Goldberg Louise Hall Kathryn Hampton Elizabeth Heuser Mary lane Hire Bessie Ann Hord Iosephine lacobs Ruth Kemmerer Ellen Killoran Marion Kraut Anne Landau Virgina Lutz Wiiiifred Lutz Iune Main Anne Landau Iayne Langenberg lean Mohler Dorothy Morrill Margaret Parman Bernice Schrimpf Lenore Schweizer Estelle Shapiro Mimi Simon Iean Simpson Dorothy Stevens Evelyn Stevens Hortense Tamme Lois Wichman Florence Mannion lane Many Ruth Morrison Helen Rae Pickrel Ruby Rathbun Peggy Sandhagen Bernice Schrimpf Barbara Scharff Mimi Simon Patricia Smith Virginia Stanford Evelyn Stevens Lois Thomas Dorothy VVells Lois Wicliinziii I l l 1 O I. 2 ,E II i ,t It 6 I X5 ? 1 1 i 1 H i V. ii fl lr H vi H 3: ,l vi Page Eighty we Ezqlzl I1 om t L D111 ot 914 19 prexentex to t e xtucent ho x the std xxtx es to mafxe dclxnoxxletqmentq to those xx ho m trtotlx xx axx txe helped to produce th1 xmr Q hoolx To tht members ol thc 'Xrt Deptrtment xx ho under the du L N011 of Mtxx Cfrix hue tilxan ox r the respons1h1l1tx of p odttu 1 t eftrt xxotlxm th1 11 To tht mststdntx for Ihur mtarut md Co Operttxon m puttmq thtotlqh tht stlhsrrlptlcm Q tmp tlqn J tll m e cor trl ttt D oto x Ant x ot pxqe md Jdrtltu irx r Collmqs cmd the members c IQ Q tmertt C uh mthx tdxtrttsus xxho m . s tted tu To Ashen Brenner btuxhox xx ho h txe C0 operated so xxtllmqlx on the phoroqt tphxe end ol rhts xeftrhoolx tht Central F qt nq Qtr H x me rh Xcm Hoflmt us LII r 1 tht Fm allx to ex erxone xx ho his had 1 sh ire m the pI'OClLlLflOIl ol the Dull Of IQ34 Hcknowledcgments As he f I ' I l Qi J l h ,Q lx df, H J 'tl 'gh 3 'l' ' ' ' il 5 Q3 ' ve 15 1 l"l4 X A X s 'Ez Q 2 1 x N 5' I h AL i ' ' A 3 5 I 'C'- ' R212 4 z 'B 'e' 1 I' r 'ng ill h ' SDQI. 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'J 'A A ,G A fx ea9 J- Q L, f , 'J' :A 'gl K 1 5' 1 v lf!-x fltyf-ffm' ICDKES Crltlclsed for addressmg hls employer as Mr Arrlson an East end Londoner remarked Well lf a ha1tch and a hay two hars and a hx and a hess a ho and a hen dont spell Arrlson I dont know what does Chllds DQHUIIIOH An adult xs one who has stopped growmg except m the middle fW1ly Wzsdomj Hollywood shoots too many plctures and not enough actors Chorus girl to boy frnend So long I ll sue you later Many a man seeks a glrl for her pa value Eat drlnk and be merry for tomorrow ye d1et Often a movle hero IS one who sxts through lt Its not how old you are but how you are old The average man IS proof enough that It takes jacks or better to open a Pull man wmdow A curved lme IS the lovelnest dlstance between two pomts Lar Caress Careless Carless Sxgn over desk of Pevely executne All that I am I owe to udders Soclal tact IS maklng your company feel at home even though you wnsh they were Wmter IS a season when you keep the house as hot as It was IH summer when you klcked about It Do you know that 1 dog perspnres through h1s pants? About the only d1fference between the old dlme novel and one of today IS 51 90 We call our r1ch relatnves the km we love to touch Page Ezghty sec cn Guest Been long nn the servxce of the famxly enkms? Butler Indeed snr I am now servmg the thnrd degeneratxon The more patlent pedestrxans the fewer pedestrxan patlents She was very well dressed and as she walked lnto the fashlonable mlllmers shop the manageress herself came for ward to serve her I see by your advertxsement she sald that you have just recelved two thou sand hats from Pans Yes madam the respectful man ageress mformed her Good said the g1rl taklng off her hat I wlsh to try them on Walter Haxe you glven your order? Yes but please change lt to an en treaty A llttle Boston gxrl hearxnq her mother say that a dog belongmg to one of the nenghbors was mxssmg remarked guess mother the dognapers got xt The fllm producer thought he might be able to use the applylng actor later but there was no opemng just then If you want me at all replied the actor you d better put me on the payroll rnght now There are several other com pannes after me Yes? answered the producer who had often heard that remark before And what compannes are they? Well sand the actor there s the elec trxc hght company the telephone com pany the mnlk company and The producer laughed and the man was put on the salary lrst Mr Seubert A bandnt lumped on the runnxng board of my machme last nlght and demanded five dollars Mr Russell Why dldnt you have hmm 'arrested for xmpersonatmg 'an officer? ' 1 . 'V Iv v . I V . 7 ' H ' 1 1 Q I 1 Y ,A - ur 1 Q I 'I 1' v . ' ,. . v V , - . V - , , - v vw ' " - V W I 1 . 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V , '-' f 2 Y Y i Y I 'I I 7 'A A . 1 1: nv ' ' " , . - 1 1 . - 7 The ART of looking Individual wltnout appearing conspicuous as suptfy accomp lsned IN PORTRAITS S ASHEN BRENNER GUTMAN S The Store ualzty MERANIEC AT FORSYTHE Clayton N10 DRY GOODS FURNISHINGS SHOES VARSITY BOOT SHOP log Cabin .Shoes u1l1ty Correct Furmg Shoes For All the Family MISS HICKEY S TRAINING SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES fd Uri Call or telephone for Informa? on about SUMMER SCHOOL CLASSES MARGARET A HICKEY Pruncupal 6362 64 DELMAR 558 560 Txvolx Bldg Sklnker at Delmar IOKES He who laughs lasts A woman s alw ays ready to take whats becommq to her The only thmq we qet on our ridlo 18 dust Amos and Andy h we Complamed that thlngs wouldnt be so bad ll hard txmes hadnt come along rnqht In the mxddle of the depresslon It now Costs 9 3 percent less to llve lf you call this hung Erxe Tunes Widespread fear that business may never return to norm xl Isnt so great as the XXICIBSDFQICI feur thlt lt has Lxfe The Sur: ey tells of the young daughter of a radlo announcer who called upon to say grace at a famxly dmner bowed her head and sa1d ln loud clear tones Thxs food comes to us through the cour tesy of Almlqhtv God Page Erqlztzl mm There are a number of people on the ether who should be under It Atlanta Constztutzon Mtlrphy had been careless IH handlmg the blastmg powder ln the quarry and Duffy had been delegated to break the news gently to the wldow Mrs Murphy sa1d he IS t It o day the fellow calls for the weekly pay ment of Murphy s life msurance7 It IS answered Mrs Murphy Well now a word m your e1r sand Duffy Sure ye can snap your fingers at the fellow today Wcnzans World That w as a close call old man Don t you know you always ought to qxve a woman drner half the road? I always try to as soon as I find out w h1ch half she wants Woman 5 World Ilt IS xerv hard to drlve a bargam, sa1d the fellow' who had bought an old fllvver for S10 00 Prmceton Tzger , f- - - ---Y I - -- - W- -- -- -I a I I I 1 H I of Q ' I I , A , N O I I f I V A --fax ::e,,:s're'1' I' Se:'e'a'Ia T Tn- I' I I ' 'rg and P iie"e'If IC' Vgn SC"OI :fad tes I I 7 , I HTG 25419 '5I'Is. I I . I I I I I . . . I Src" I":ns..', - I.. -- 'sas as .-,ell as I i I 're tie: eu 1 'Iia .ur ,5 5 'des for "Q I " V sezffaf . I I O I I I I . . , ' I cd I, , . J V ' I , Q . I 7 I I g O I I . . I I I f I I , , V . I I I I , V Y ,Y , Y ,J , , Y I , , ,Y ,V , , Q Q 1 1 1: , ' Al, v f I rc nf I I . 7 ' ' W 1' I K . I f Y , ' , ' C I 1 I r C I I'I I I I ' L I Y U I ' . . . . I . i V V . V VI. V .l n t - I Y I 5 ' I I ' Y 7 .1 . . . . . . . II K V I . .. . . V U V , ,, ,, .. . .. . 1 v c I V V V V . . .. . . . . , . , I I II .'-' I I . I .-" I . l' Y 1 1' 1 P' V . I 'e. I , . . K T. . V I ' 2 e 2 2. .-- . 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' ' l U W Summer Classes In addition to the regular Secretarial and Accounting Courses Rubicam offers a Special Pre College Course in Shorthand and Typewriting FFRH lOW'l1SIxS INDIVIDUAL AND CROUP lNbTRLfTlON Ruhicam and Gregg Shorthand Systems Taught Telephone Today or zz Catalog Rulzncam Bus1ness School 4933 Del mar Boulevard Forest 3900 3469 S Grand Boulevard Laclede 0440 1 I 4 M t I Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nox Noy Nox Nox lNox Nox 'Nlox Dt c 2 L Dt c te mC LC lc te i I in Calendar Opening of School U C1ty defeats Wood Rixer Ill in first foothall Q mme of the year 2b 0 Harrison ohnson elected Student President U City defeats Rltenour in Le igue C1 une Foothill 18 0 6-U City defe IIS Soldan in l'ootrwall 25 I3 U City wins innual game from VVehsttr 6 0 U City defe its Normandy in Le igue Game 6 0 First suntsttr N ation il Honor Society lnduetion Ctrtmony U City dtft its Wellston 33 6 U City wins from M ipltyxood in looth ill 9 0 Nlissouri St ite TL ichers Con tntion U City dt ft IIS St Ch trlts in looth ill 190 l irst of thret pl iys hx Strut ind l'iet Thr Flor: t Shop U City dtft IIS Missouri Military Academy 66 6 ll.ist g init of st ison Nt yy Constitution idopttd lx Studtnt Council l Thinksqixinq Hohdiys Dth ite. vnith Sold in l'irst St Dth att Stroud U City U City l C ty Ai nu il udtnt Countil D inet Bt itiict QI irk tltcttd quun with M iplc yxood 4 irtt 5 1 s resented my u in rt o nz 1 1 Cro dtft its VN tllston in B islxtth ill g inte -H 71 d ft its Sold in in Di il Htntfit li islttth ill q init 30 I9 dtft its lxirkyyood in B isktth ill Zh Ps ristni is 'Vl ISIC oqr nn uitst md 1 t f ht us C l issts unc t tation ol M M ch ilson Btqinninq of Christni is Hohd ns School rt stunt d 1 K 'N 3 CAIR t s t w P :qc Nzmty 1 l ' i ' Q l . 9 , .3 y . I N, x, V ix o 0 l , l l . 5- ' . .23-. " if 3 ' 2 E. . 29- ' ' I 9 . . 29- . ' ' ' ' 2 S2 2 . - . . H- . ' ' " 2 2 . ' , - . . 21- . ' ' 2 : ' ' 2 2 . - . . 27- - ' .' X 2 ' 2 . 4 ' ' ' ' ' . 27- . .' I' ' '2 J 5 , - 4 .' '. -i . ' ' " S 2 1 ' ' 5 2 , - . . '. 9-- ' D 2 - -2 ' 5 V- ' . ' :ll-, " "ax .32 I 2 , -, .' '. l6-- :' .' ' 2 I' " 2 " ' 's 2' , ' 117 - , " X -2 Q ' "2 ' 2 ', -. 2, 2 ' '. 23--- f ' ' ." ' 2 1 if ' , ". Nov. 2-I-Senior Play' presented at lunior High Auditorium. rllr. Pin: Prisses Big. l '. 30 . . . 1 , l l C A' ' C A' D". 'l ' 2 ' " 2' 2 . Dv. 12 uf TI '- ll2y1' p ' l ' "Str t 2 d lr et", N t Q 'tt' Sntl 2 ' osc. D'. 15-ff - A' 1' '52 I lf 5 25" 2 2 . --. D'. l6 . 1' I' e'2,'.' 2 A '2 X ' 2 X2 H - . l ' . 21 l. fi I' --2 5 " ' ' .J ' 2 , -. ll". 22 i 2 Ch if . if' Pr K 2 3 ' hy' eoml in'd , Ji' . 12.. l'r dir" rx e' . , . lm . 2 .1 ' '. ' , Inn. 5 U. City' it-f nits Cllayton in llmketl .ill, if-20. . , 9 U, S' I' defuits Norinniidy' in l5.i.'k'tl all. 35-lf. N EOL, ARE .ALW A S XXELCOVIE AIND XX ILL BE COLRTEOUSLY TREATED AT yth M Bg M say Clllllflllllll nf? f LDWE 52 CAMPBELL ATHLETIC CDDDS CO 915 PINE STREET CI-Icstnut 57 A C L Haase C0 I I SPANISH OLIVES KNAPP DRUG CO OLIVE OII S 0 D L C T TIVDLI TEA SHGP 6346 DLLMAR Bu D ICE CRI AVI CANDY AND LUYCI-ILS Lac Hflscl Pm I J Q I I I Y E r ing usical for the e inne CI P fessionaI usician , " ears of Consfi t' S 7 I ' ' , 0 ' I L Q I 90 J . . X I In Q. k . . I I l IIHPUi'lL'TS and IfVmcu11crx Y , Compliments of I I I I I I I I I F I .' H P R I ' S """ T., YY Y , I Y ,Y , 7 -V Y ir Y V ,YY ,Y ,' I I I I 1 f I I I 1 I 1 I , I I I i 1 , , L- , , - I . NU' Esmbl shed 1889 J W KERR REALTY COMPANY Barkley Mercanule Co I F IXIP x IU N fllll L' I I 5 IO no 12 Son TH BLMISTOIN Axh 109 N Tenth CHe5tnur 5 RA d lph 8191 C1 yro X UN LET KM OBBERS DEALERS 1 ffaflh HnGHEs'r GRADE ull if 1 , USICAL VICTRO 1 11 11. '11 :U NSTRUMENTS Rzconos - 1--1-1 E11 141 111222 LAS Complznzcnfs HUDSON CHEMICAL COMPANY ST LOUIS MO Lai U1 Mah Your P111 Conf lllfll ll Popular Sjwrf acfxci HARRY S GOLDMAN FURRIER 6740 D1 LIMAR Bun FUR COATS QLEANED RELINED AND STORED P13111 Nun tu I 1' CCY' C Y V' C Wi C1 ' 7' Y K YY V C W 1 1 1 11 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 O O 1 1 1 1 11 . 1 11 1 7 . 1 A '5 'C ' ' ' 1 f,1v1r1'ri1'x, .1lf'uI.s, f ' S, V01 1' :Mlm 111:11 1 11 . fire' Huivry Prnzlurh 1 1 11 1 ' mam. uxg. 1 1 - ' 7 I ' 'I 1 . ' 123 1 n O 3 n -7- -Y ,f,-, - - - 1 1 -,-, - -,- , 1 Y ' Y Y' f ' ' ' ' ' V Y V i i 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 F 1-15" 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 111 :. 1 1 1 ' 1 1 .- 'f J I--1 01 . 1 1 1 1 1- A ilffligf MOS' coMvLe1:e musuc -ousz 11-4 5-r 0 15 ' 1 1 Yfu f!s1.-- 1, 5 J -L U 1 1 1 1 1 1 LL1g,,?5u,,..f,5111.H,5...1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , 4 4 I . ,. - 1 1 1 N 1 1 In-1-1-'1 .- 1 1 I 1 1' ' H ""-311.1 1 1 1 1 A 111'...g...:rfa1-11--1'1"' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I -". 1.3 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 5, nn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 uzlgllnxn,-Tizm...-QI 1 1 1 It - FI' I. ...H 1 1 1 1111 C 1 1 1 1 ' 1 A -, f ,f - ' 1 1 1 1 031- ' 1 1 1g,,,, i Y , V, Y, Y Y ,Y Y, ,Y ' 1 1 1 .1. . , . , I 1 1 1 1 7 - O - ' - - I - -1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 . . 1 1 ' ' 1 1 BUSIFICSS As 8 CBTCCI' Surveys among students of our schools have shown that there are three deflnate reasons for their enrollment They are convanced of the opportunities ID business as a career They realize the need for speclalazed tramlng to succeed They are sausfied that Browns offers both the 0pp0l'IunlIy and the training For lY11:Ol'1TlE11f1OH CO1'1CCl'I11I1g OUI' Sp6Cl8.l1ZCd CdL1C3f1OI'131 pI'0gl'3.1'Tl 1.0! 13115111655 call OI' WFIIC Brown s Business and Secretarial School CAbany 6080 5858 DELMAR BOULEVARD St Lours Calendar fConfd1 Basketball Varsaty defeats Webster 22 1-1 Senaor Class D my 3 3 311 an eb e e Feb Fe Fe Fe 9 Q e Fe e M ar Mar Mar Mar M ar Mar Mar Mar Apr Page Ninety three Semor Exams bt gan Mad Year Exams begun Basketball Varsaty defeats St Charles 37 2-1 anuary 1934 Cwraduatlon Exercises Mr George M Glbson speaker Senlor Dance ln Hlgh School Gym 26-U Caty defeated by Maplewood an Basketball 11 23 Varsity defeats Mexico Cxty an Basketball 26 20 U C1ty defe ats MISSOUFI Mlllt ary Academy 1 n Basketb all at Mexico Mo 26 20 8 Ernest Ohle elected Student Prcsldent U C1ty defeats Clayton ln Basketball 31 19 Varslty Basketball defeats Kirkwood 31 22 16-U C1ty defeats Webster an Basketb all 26 11 21 Varsxty Basketball team defeats Rrtenour 27 21 2 U 26-St Cnty ag nn deft and ln Basketball by Maplewood 18 28 Louls Symphony Concert an High School Cym Vladlmer Golschmann con ductlng Caty defeated by Roosevelt ln hrst round of Dastrlct Basketball Cxty defeats Ferguson rn Wrestllng tournament Flfth annual Free Throw Contest won by Harold Marglous Charles Duchen and Walter Boam tled for second lack Wasserman fourth U Cnty defeats Western M1111 try Ac ademy ln Wrestlmg at Alton Annual French Play La Poudre Aux Yeux B111 Talden speaks to assembly Wall Bes defeat Has Been s an Basketball 28 1-1 U Clty defeats Klrkwood m WFC5IllHQ Meet Chemlstry Club performs for F athers Club Mr Muhl has dxnner for Trabe Members at h1s home 16-U C1ty pl aces second an Norm xndy Wrestlrng Tourn rmtnt Tribe Dance ln ackson Park Cym U Clty defeats Ferguson an Wrestlrng U C1ty day at Colombaa State Indoor Track Meet U C1ty wlns State Wrestllng Champlonshlp Annual Issue of DyePepS1a lssued to entare school 7 Quadrangular Track Meet between Normandy Clayton Klrkwood and U City won by U C1ty wath 193 pomts Normandy second wxth 38 pomts I l 1 at cc rr xx l l 5 1, ' ' ' ' ' . 1 2. ' ' ' ' ' . 1 3. . ' . - ' ' . 1 ' - s . . 1 Ian. 12- ' y e t ' ' , , , - . I n. 15-- ' ' .. ' ' . I n. 19-- ' - 2 e ' . F . 2- ' ' . ' ' ' '. , - . F b. 3- . ' z . ' "2 ' . " J z ' , ., - . F b. - . . 9- . ' . ' ' ' , - . b. 13- ' ' ' , - . b. . ' . . ' z , - . b. -- A 2 e . A , - . Feb. 22-U. City defeats Western Military' Academy in Wrestling Match. F b. 3-- . ' a' 'z ' ' 2. 2 ' , - . F b. . ' ' ' ' " , ' ' 3 2 , - F b. 27-U. ' V ' ' ' ' . . b. 28-U. ' . . ' ' e . F b. 28- ' I ' . ' t ---f ' . . e. 3-- . ' '. "2 2 " 3 I' 2 . 1 . 8- ' , " ' I 9,31 P v rv T -A 7 -VA-v . 12- - A ' 'z T . .- 1 17- ' a ' 5 Ii . 2 A ' . 1 . 24- . ' ' . ' . ' . . 31- . ' ' ' . BOB I-IOGIN MARKETS YOUR GRLATUT SToR1:s UNIVERSITY CITY OVERLAND 6675 Delmar 2314 Woodson Rd We like the students of this school started small Todav we stand as the west ends greatest stores selling qualitv merchandise Op ated usa zzallfy as 0 2 COLLFGIATE CAP AND GOWN COMPANY pl ments Hallner S Drug Sto e 1716 BALSON The B t p O PAQ, Y 9 qw GRADUATION APPAREL FRATERINITY PINS RIINCJS COINIPACTS DANCE FAVORS NOVELTIES t 1 ch R College Shop Manu acturmg Jewelers Louderman Bldg l lth :Sz Locust Qts SAINT L0L,15 N40 school clubs and organizations Wfe will be glad to design pins for a Compliments of 1 I'1lCHd Pm All ty four l If j 4 A D Owned and ert By St. 1.0111551115 for St. I.o i.ns 5 Q 'D' H J N SIl!Sfffllfl' I - -V-Y-- -- -- --- -- - -V---1 H - --- -7- -V--M-'---- - - ---- 'A' X ' ji I a Com i of X i I 1 ix Q r ' l -I' I cs in I l I , I1 ne, c. an 2 K l N I at - O it eeee ,I Q O, to O O Nlfinufacturers of University Ci y Higl S ool ings. T , Y. Y . . J . . . i -TRY' jr T T I T TT' T T TY I I T T T'-27 T I TV vrr iii T T AT it l 'A' l . - , . 1 h f I i l at C IIIC - Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr May May M ay May May une une une une Cdlendor fCont dl 13 Normandy defeats U Caty 7 to -1 an Farst League Baseball game 14 U Caty yyans M apleyxood Relays yyath -19 poants Deerflelds Shaelds second vyath 3-1 poants 16 Dual meet yyath Cranate Caty Southyyestern Conference Champaons yyon by U Caty 196 38 19 20 Seyenth Annual Opera The Red Mall presented by the Musac Department under the darectaon of Mr Mech alson U Caty defeats Mapleyyood an Cvolf Match -119 -161 U Caty defeats Clayton an League Baseball 6 2 Strut and I'rtt present Taro Crooks and a Lady as part of the Munacapal Atada toraum dedacataon U Caty defeats Rooseyelt an track meet here The Torchs second semester anductaon ceremony an Room -100 Drake Relays U Caty gets three thards Represented hy nane track men Hagh School Day at Columbaa U Cary yyans St ate Outdoor Track Meet State Golf and Tennas Matches Pep entered an ournalasm conttst U Caty Hrst annual Band Concert Comhaned unaor llaqla and Suaaor Haqla 11 and under darectaon of Mr In alkenh aaner County Track Meet U Caty vyans Student Couracal Sprang Dance Dastract Meet Holaday Decor ataon D ay Senaor finals hegaaa Regular fin als began Senaors graduate at D 13 an stadaum School closes LOUIS BAND INSTRUMENT CO 1113 OMNI Snulr fanapltmenta 0 GI ASILR DRUG STORLS The Conn .Store Headquarters for School Band., Connor Egan Grocer Cotnplaments of C Ompany Delmar Garden Cafe 1881 55 Years of ualatv and Seryace 6573 DELMAR LELAIND AIND DELN1-XR Cixbmy 1704 05 oe o 08 PAGE AND UNION Forest 060, 050515 Spe tal .Student lumh 7 c Page Nmetzy fam 1 . 23g . 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Frank E l yust dropped a perpen dxcular All work and no plav makes ack lots of at Woman qenerally speakmq as qener ally speakmg A husband IS one who stands by you an troubles you wouldnt haxe had lf you hadnt marraed ham The honeymoon may be scud to be ox er when he dnscoxers that has pet lamb reallv a lxttle bossv The U Clty vers1on Its a great llfe lf your don ts weaken Many a trafhc cop s v1ct1m feels that a courtroom IS a place where JUSTICE IS das pensed wlth lf tnmes keep gettmg better there may be a car for every hllang stataon The questnon nowadays IS not so much w hos ln socaety but whos whose Stgn suggested for labrary Low Con xersatlon Permltted What our school needs IS more prunmg and less qraftang The only time a horse qets scared nowa days 1S when at meets mother horse A bachelor as 1 man who never makes the same mistake once A man recently crossed Broadway New York by w ilkmq a rope stretched from the top of one tall bunldmq to another the cow ard A man wrapped up an hnmself makes a xerx small package Many are called but few reclte Paq Nm . l ,, N A I ,X Y l ol: l tl l t . . , at M . . .. 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I y S 4 V , 1 , , , y . . lt 1 'k of I K .1 St. oui , Mo. X, 7 : W ' ' w- , , , , I 5 , I - 0 IQKES 0 "Are you a clock watcher?" asked the "Well," replied the grocer, 'Apotaters is AA A , U U ,,. - 7 co, - . . . 7 7 - ..' , - I V ' , . . .. I l ' no! Vx I 5 c I K E . .B K K . . - ."- A . . f. i : U Ar 1 employer of the candldate for a lob No I dont llke msxde work replxed the appllcant wxthout heat I m a whxstle llstener I dont lxke h1s stuff sa1d a certaxn theatrxcal man not partlal to Davld Belas and I ll fmd a reason yet A polltlclan IS a man who stands for what he thmks others wxll fall for Los Angeles Bulletzn Asked what he thought of the two can dldates for the election an enlightened voter replied Well when I look at them Im thankful only one of them can qet elected journal o Edmatzon The reason pOllIlC5 makes stranqe bed fellows IS because they all llke the slme bunk Los Angeles Tunes How lb lt that those potatoes you sold me last week are so much smaller at the bottom of the sack than at the top? growln so fast now that by the tlme a sackful IS dug the last ones IS about twlce the sxze of the hrst' Exchange I dont know what the young man sm tentnons are father he s been keepmg me pretty much m the dark Chapparal Young people were more respectful of the1r elders m the old days Perhaps be cause they had more to respect Boston Transcrzpt Well cadd1e how do you llke my game? 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