University High School - Tower Yearbook (Carbondale, IL)

 - Class of 1941

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5 . , ,. E 5 E 5 v 5 5 5 F2 E 5 5 E 5 s 5 E 2 E Q S E 2 5 Q s 5 .e 5 3 fs H S 5 u E f S INTRODUCTION The Mummy Case staff of 1941 pre- sents to the student body of University High School this, the second volume of the annual. This yearbook represents the work of not just a small group, but many stu- dents, some of whom were not mem- MUMMY CASE bers of the staff. It is the result of student initiative and cooperation. All major decisions in its production were made by a group vote. Thus, it represents a practical application of the ideals of democracy which are be- coming increasingly precious to us at this juncture of the wor1d's history. It is the sincere hope of the staff that this book may be worthy of the best traditions being built up in our pro- gressive, ever-changing school. May the perusal of these pages now and in future years recall pleasant memories of days spent at the Univer- sity High School so dear to all of us. 7947 UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL o CARBONDALE, ILL. EDITOR IN CHIEF The Mummy Case Staff DMM, Zn ASST. EorroR Qoiant- Qum, Qztfxy Uwagea, V. in y N W Ja, 5 QM, E H '51 U ' "5 2 2564 , PIL 4 , DW BUSINESS MGR. ORGANQT-FKTION FEATURES Assoc.em'roR SNAP suors W ,. og Q so U 1 o E Q 2 o QMTNKIST L TYPl 02 JUBg ee SOPHOMORE 'Wanhon Day., Fees:-mm SPONSOR ,bffxfbadffnmn S Enom-w ammo: l S 1 ,- f l QU Dedication 'l'o the average hoy and girl, in recognition of the indispensable role which they play m the L'niversity High School, this hook is dedicated. So that vou may know them more fully a deseription is herewith presented. The i1f'vr'i1g1t' boy or girl: ls friendly: Has a fairly pleasing appearance, hut eertainly is no Rohert Taylor or Hedy Lamarr: Maintains satisfaetory grades. hut has no great love for studying. Has oeeasional dates: Never has quite all the spending money he for shej wants: l.ikes to danee for would like to he ahle tog Jellies sometimes: Likes to read some. lint shies away from high-brow literature. Talks in class during diseussionsg Stays for detention at least once a semester: linjoys some sports hut is not an outstanding athleteg Has a fairly good knowledge of eurrent slangi linjoys movies fairly frequently: Attends lrasketlmall and football games with pleasure: lfnjoys some hohhy-though he prohalmly won't admit it: l.ikes to have a good time hut can he serious upon occasion. This is the average lf lligh student. llerhaps no one individual can completely lit sueh a deseription. liut there is no one who is not deserilmed at least in part hy it. lt is to eaeh person who in some way resembles this portrayal that this, the seeond volume of Thi' 41111111111-v C1tI.Yl', is sineerely dedieated. GLADYS L. BABL'UL'K Home Economics T. F. BARTON Geography ALBERTA GIBBONS .M hemafcs I HAL HALI. Principal LEONARD C011l.-COUFI1-Rftf. Arts FAC U LTY Loulsrz BACH English EARL E. CAZEL Vocational Agrlfulture DILLA HALL Mathcmatirs-Science ANNEMARIE KRAUSE Geography C. C. LOGAN Chem.-Cons. Ed. The Mummy Ca-se--Page four Rfwxwl-11.1, Nfl'c'Rlil1llI'l' .S'llft'f,X' ftllllfll CHARLES PATICRSON fulfil' G1.Anvs SMITH Sofia! Studivs FLOYD WAKbIl.ANl3 Chrrrusvs Page fiw-'I'h0 Mummy Cane Dum AR QJLSON I FAC U LTY Hl'1I.EN MCLANH 1'11ysimI Training Colm PATH Sindy Hall Evr:1.YN DAVIS Rncm Llllill-I:I'l'7ll'h M,xnm-: TROUTT Sofia! Sfudivs FLORENCE A. VVELLS If n gl ish T DATE WITH D00 OLD MAIN STUDIOUS eofii CLOSE - QP YI .11 my !'rI.w- I 1 f 54.1 SENIORS BETTE ALLEN Dancing 4g La Petite Reunion I-33 G. A. A. 3. 43 Pep Club IQ Social Science 43 .Sphinx 43 Drum Majorette 1-4. LOUIS BAHR Dancing 43 Sphilm- 43 Art Club 4. RUTH BATEMAN Dancing 43 G. A. A. 43 Glee Club 43 Sphfirm' 42 Social Science 3. VVILBURN HITTLE Dancing 43 Football 4Q La Petite Reunion 2. LOIS LEE BURGER C. C.H. S. I, 23 Band 2-43 Orchestra I-43 Cheer- leader 33 Dancing 33 Dramatics, President 2, Sec- retary 3g G. A. A. 33 Treasurer 43 Hi-Tri 23 Stu- dent Council 3. RALPH CARTER C. C.H.S. I-33 Football I, 43 Glee Club. PAULINE CECIL Dramatics 23 La Petite Reunion, Secretary 23 G. A. A. 33 Library Council 3, 41 Sphinx, Assist- ant Editor 4Q Dancing 33 Annual Statif 4. PATSY CREAGER ' V. T. H. S. 23 Class President 23 Dancing 3: Dramatics 23 Home Ec. Program, Chairman 23 Library Council, Secretary 3, President 43 Social Science 23 Animal Staff 4. JOHANNA DALLMAN N Annual Staff 43 Art Club 3g Dancing SQ Dra- matics 43 G. A. A. 4, Secretary 33 La Petite Re- union, Secretary 3: S. P. Q. R. I, Secretary 32 Library Council 33 Phi Lambda Kappa, President 43 Social Science 43 journalism IQ Student Council 3. VIRGINIA DEAN C. C. H. S. I, 23 G. A. A. 3, Secretary 45 Hi- Tri IQ Pep Club I, 2. The Mummy Case-Page eight SENIORS ROBERT DIAL F. F. A. 4. Ii'I'HIil. DOIJDS C.C.H. S. I. 21 Hi-Tri IQ Home Ee., Secre- tary IQ l'ep Club I, 25 G.A.A. 3, President 41 Dancing 31 Cheerleader 3, 4. GEORGE ELSTON Annual Staff Editor 42 Assembly Committee 41 Baseball I-41 Basketball 3, 41 Football 41 S.P. Q. R. 35 Phi Lambda Kappa 41 Natural Science 3. President 45 Social Science 35 Track 3, 4. AGNES GREER Drum Majorette I-45 G.A.A.5 Sphinx 45 S. P. Q. R. I-35 Phi Lambda Kappa 41 Social Science 4. PATRICIA GRICATHOUSE Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Assembly Committee 45 Poetry 45 S. P. Q. R. 1, Secretary 21 Phi Lambda Kappa 45 Student Council 35 G. A. A. 32 Social Science 3, Secretary 45 Dramatics 2, 4, President 42 .S'phin,r 3. ROIZERT GUM Annual Staff, Business Manager 41 Debate 35 La Petite Reunion I, 25 .S'phin.r 2-4, Editor .25 Orchestra I5 Poetry 4j Social Science 3. HUBERT HAGLER C. C. H. I1 Social Science 31 F. F. A. 4. ROB ERT HALL Annual Staff 35 Debate 35 Football 45 Sphinx 35 Student Council 3, 4. HAROLD HALTERMAN C. C. H. S. I5 Baseball 2, 31 Basketball 2-45 Foot- ball 45 Glee Club 45 Social Science 45 Track 4. MARIETTA HART Art Club: La Petite Reunion, Secretary- Treasurer 35 G. A.A. 35 Sphinx Staff 31 Social Science 4. Page nine-The illlummy Case SENIORS JOHN HAWKINS Band 3, 43 La Petite Reunion 33 S. P. Q. R. I-3. President IQ Orchestra I-4. EDWARD HEININGER F. F. A. 43 Library Council 4. GEORGE HELTON Band 3, 43 Dancing 43 La Petite Reunion, Vice- President 33 Orchestra 3. VVAYNE HUGHES Natural Science 33 Social Science 3. CHARLES JOHNSON F. F.A. 4. MARIE KING C. C. H. S. 1, 23 Hi-Tri IQ Pep Club IQ G. A. A.. 33 Assembly Committee 43 Library Council 4. JOHNNIE KLEIN Assembly Committee 41 F. F. A., Vice-President 45 Natural Science 3, 43 Social Science 4. JIMMIE LARSON C. C. H. S. I. 21 Intramural Basketball I-43 Football 43 Radio Club 2. EUGENE LAUTZ C. C. H. S. I, 23 Intramural Basketball I-43 Foot- ball 4. DOROTHY LAUTZ M. T. H. S. 1-33 G. A. A. I, 23 Girl Reserves I. The Illummy C1180-Page ten SENICRS LOUISE LAUTZ C. C. H. S. lj Hi-Tri IQ Pep Club IQ Cheerleader 3. 41 G. A. A. 3, 42 Social Science 3Q .S'phin.t' Stall' 4. MYRA DEAN LIPE Dancing 31 G. A. A. 3. MARCELLA MARTIN C. C. H. S. I1 Hi-Tri IQ Pep Club IQ Assembly Committee 41 Sphinx 4g Library Council 4. ROY METCALF Debate 3g Intramural Basketball IQ Splzinx 4. CAROL MORRIS Dancing 42 Dramatics 4: S. P. Q. R. lj Pep Club IQ Sphinx 41 Social Science 2. CHARLES NORRIS Dancing 3, 4. LUCILLE PARRISH Dancing 41 G. A. A. 41 Pep Club 1. LYNN PHEMISTI-:R F. F. A. 4. I MARY ELLEN POTTS Annual Staff 4j Art Club 35 Dramatics 2: La Petite Reunion 31 S. P. Q. R. I, 2. President 3: Phi Lambda Kappa 4: Poetry 41 Student Coun- cil 2, Recording Secretary 3, Vice-President 4. ROBERT PULLIAM La Petite Reunion I, 21 Social Science 42 Stu- dent Council, President 45 Sphinx I-35 jour- nalism 4. Puffs' rlawma-7'Iw Mummy Cane SENIORS VERA ROBERTSON Annual Staff 43 Assembly Committee 43 Dra- matics 2, 33 G. A. A. 3, Vice-President 43 Library Council 4, Secretary 33 Student Council, Secre- tary 33 Social Science 4. BERNICE SMITH S. H. S. 1, 23 Secretary-Treasurer 23 Dancing 33 Social Science 43 G. A. A. 3, 4. MARY ANN STEARNS Dancing 3, 43 Sphinx, Editor 43 Student Council 23 School Treasurer 4. RAY THOMAS Basketball 3, 43 Phi Lambda Kappa 43 Foot- ball 43 La Petite Reunion 2. ROBERT THOMAS S. P. Q. R. 33 Social Science 4. RUSSELL THOMPSON Baseball I-4g Basketball I-43 Football 4. EMMA LEE TRAVELSTEAD C. C. H. S. IQ Hi-Tri IQ Pep Club I, 23 Social Science 23 Dancing 2-43 G. A. A. 3, 43 P. Q. R. 2. JAMES WHEAT C. C. H. S. I-33 Football 43 Track 3. EVELYN WIDOWS Social Science IQ Pep Club IQ La Petite Reunion IQ G. A. A. 3. GAIL WILLIAMS La Petite Reunion, President IQ Dramatics 2, 33 G. A. A. 31 Library Council 3, Secretary 43 Dancing 33 Social Science 43 Annual Staff 4. The Mummy Case-Page twelve JUNIORS EDWARD BE1"rs JOSEPHINE Boos GI.AllYS BRUMLEY joE CARICO DELORA CRAIG BEULAH Dom-:TCH ROBERT HAX'TON Paw lhirtren-Thr Mummy Case JUNIORS VIRGIL BLoonwoR'ru DOROTH Y BREWER WAI.LACE CAGLE CHARLES CECIL ROBERT DAN'IDSON BRUCE FUTRELL MYRTHINE HILTON JUNIORS VIVIAN HOLDER MARY JOHNSON BETTY LIPE JACK MCKENZIE MARY MII.lZS KAY MOSELEY SIMEON PATE JUNIORS DALE JACKSON EDWARD KI-iRR DAVID MCINTOSH HELEN MCMII.I.AN MYRA MILTON NORMA JEAN OYDANIEL GEORGE RAGLAND The Mummy Case-Page ,fourteen JUNIORS Romzm' REYNOLDS WA1.1'r:n RUSSELL THHLMA STAFFORD JAMES WHITE MARTHA YATES Page fifteen-The Mummy Case J UNIORS WILLARD RUNION MARY LEE SMITH Jon NNI:-3 STROUI' Esrmzu WILLIA M s SOPHOMORES .. .. . , . V. , l'1r'.v! wiv 'JIIIIIINIIL XX1ll1:1ms, U HVICII, Md rcc, vx1Nlll'l1. lmgllv. .Ymwzfl rwrv -'l'lun11psm1, M. Yllllgllll. C. Yuuglm, lizlglur. iJ'IJ1u1iL-I, Vullimn. Mn-Smith 'l'l11'rd nm' -IQuIwrtsm1. 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N11-kc C5p1111s111'J, 1':l1SH1l, 12111-rs1111. 141-111, 1iI1c1', Scllcrs, 01111. 5 5 CLASS OF 1946 l'ir.1'! 1'w:1' 11:111k1:1, 1,1'1k'l', .'x11L'l1, .'X11t'11, 112ly, 11l'j'2l111, 1'z1ltL-1's1111, f1L'11t'1'l112ll1ll. .S'1'1'm1d rum' 1515111-r, 11l11'11k'11, 1f11x, .'Xl1S1ll1, 1'c1'1'y111:111, SL'l'tLfi'1', 11:111w11, S111-111-, l.1l.1l run' N1c111111s11, A12lS1t'1'5, 1Cl11cr11111, 1,1ll'1'1S11, 1i1111g'1'1's, 1"1'1cc11i110, 511111111111-, 11l'11lL'L'. 1.1111111'11. l'ugfr' ui111'l1'f'l1 I lu' .1l11rl1n1yf'v1xr' Locvf DRY cnccnes eoaav Loseas umm! wmmeas Y'i3Yl"i""' -uv-,v ..f-- The Mummy Crzscvlhzge iw? ,6 I , U03 'T T 415 K u .14 ' rl fx Q, P 1 42' L P jfil I t , A All 7 lfirxt row-Pmittlc, XX'l:cat, Caglc, Parrish, l.autz. Hall, 'l'lw1npsou, Rcyuolmls. lilsitm, Betts, Tlunnas. ,S't't'm1d wr-zt'A4Pl1c111istcr, lllCSl1lilll, Jemlmscm. lfriccllinc. Hill, Mclutuslt, Fits, Hiller. Third I'U'Ix'fNv1lXK' QlT12lll21gCI'l. Grey QStUflClll cuaclil. lim-fc Qcwuclil, Hzlltcrmzm Qmauugcr 3. FOOTBALL EUGENE LALTTZ BOB HALL CQEURCZE El.STON if I f l flu' .llflm my Vrrsr'--fl'1ryf' ll1w'nlyfI,1w -v 4 .. .iisshm ans? RUSSELL THOMPSON ROBERT REYNOLDS BILL PARRISH RALPH CARTER LAWRENCE HILL CHARLES FRIEDLINE U. lligh introduced the first six-man football team into jackson County last fall. VVith no previous football experience and little practice, the team won two games and lost tive during the season. They defeated Mounds and Valier, but lost two games to Sesser and Royalton and one to Valier. The team placed third in the Southern Illinois Conference. Mr. Leonard Kee-fe, coach, is anticipating a much hetter season next year. I,IlllM fll'l'Ylf1l-fIII'4'l"iTlIP Mummy Case WALLACE CAGLE EDWARD BETTS DAVID MCINTOSH WILBURN BITTLE RAY THOMAS JAMES WHEAT FOOTBALL The team will lose nine boys this spring. They are: Wilburn Bittle, Wallace Cagle, Ralph Carter, George Elston, Bob Hall, Gene Lautz, Ray Thomas, Russell Thompson, and James Wheat. Bob Hall, who was made center on the All-State six-man football team, will be missed greatly by the football boys next year. Those who will be back for the team next year are: Edward Betts, Charles Friedline, Lawrence Hill, David McIntosh, Bill Parrish, and Bob Reynolds. The Mummy Case-Page twenty-four - annum P G i""'-af" lfirst row-Cunningham, Thomas, Toler, R. Thompson, Parrish, Skelcher. .S1l't'0Hll romp-Mclntosh, Elston, Davidson, Cooney, Kerr, Betts, Vaughn. Third row-Trammel, Helton. McCreight Ccoachb, M. Thompson, Champion, McSmith, Pate, Yow, Xlosely Cstndent tcacherj, Stafford, Halterman fmanagerj. BASKETBALL The 1940-1941 season of the li. High l.ynxes was an outstanding one. During the Christmas holidays the team placed second in the Southern Conference Tour- nament by defeating Crab Orchard and Sesser. Hearst-Bush won in the final game with C. High causing the team to receive second rank. In conference play nine games were won and four lost. The season taken as a whole shows fifteen games won by the Lynxes as compared with thirteen losses. Highlights of the season was the Homecoming game with Carbondale Community High School. This second of the city championship series was won by C. C. H. S. in a game which provided many thrills for fans of both teams, and helped to make the first Homecoming successful. The season ended with U. High's losing their first game in the regional tournament. Only three members of this year's team were of the class of 1941, and, conse- fluently, the team has bright prospects for the 1941-1942 season. Those who grad- uate are George lilston, Ray Thomas, and Russell Thompson. Much of the credit for the success of this season's team must go to Coach Rockwell lVlcCreight whose good sportsmanship has done much to win the respect of all who know him. Page llvrlily-filw'-7'l:P Mum my C1180 Basketball BOB REYNOLDS GIB COONEX BILL TOLER ROBERT DAVIDSON EDVVARD KERR T110 Mummy C1100-Pagp flvnzly-.vim 1 Basketball GIQURGIC lil.S'l'ON RAY THOMAS RUSSELI. THOMPSON ICIJNYARD IHi'l"I'S HILL VARRISH I'll1l1' Iwerlvly-.w1'o'n-Tlw .llummy Case FOUR DUMMIES S. l . N . U . STAFF PROTOGRRPHER c-RAMPA 031 .giience ' an LL' LIBERFNL EDUCATION CENTER '33 - 44- 55 - H I K E I1 U f I I lj II FEHT E5 Mixed Chorus This year, 1940-1941, marks the second year for the mixed chorus which is composed of members of the Girls' Glee Club and the Boys' Chorus. They are from the four upper classes: freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. During their first year they placed second in both district and state contests. They worked hard this year. Their goal: a rating of first in the spring contest, enabling them to enter state wide competition. First row-Bateman, Vaughn, Stafford, V. Robertson, Betts, Carter, H. Johnson, Smith, Greathouse, E. johnson, Potts. and Mitchell. Second row-Hilton, Craig, McMillan, Logue, Ridgeway, C. Robertson, Kirk, McIntosh, Boals, Halterman, Hunter, Moseley, and O'Daniel. Girls' Glee Club The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Floyd Wakeland, is in its second year of existence. Last year in the contests it took second in district and second in state. This year they are entering the district contest and hope they are fortunate enough to go to state. Nine of the members of the Glee Club make up a Small Ensemble, they are: Carrington, Mitchell, Vaughn, Craig, Moseley, Hil- ton, Greathouse, Smith, and johnson. First row-Mitchell fpianistb, Reid, Neckers, Warren, Shryock, Pcrryman, Austin. Bryant, Hanson, Patterson, Allen. VVakeland Cdirectorj. Second rome-Price, Fisher, Hankla, Fox, Vaughn, Stafford, Gher, Greathouse, Smith Potts. O'Daniel, Johnson, Seeger. Third row-Schneider, Eason, Hilton, Robertson, Hunter, Sellers, McMillan, Craig. Moseley, Bateman, Colp, Spear. Men's Glee Club The Men's Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Floyd Wakeland, has had a highly successful year. The club made plans to enter the vocal contest held each spring. As yet the club is small, but the voices are promising, and the group is looking forward to future years. The club is composed of students enrolled in all six years of high school. Mem- bership is voluntary and a year's participation entitles each to a pin and one-fourth credit. It is one of the most valuable extra-curricular activities offered at U. High. Left to right-Boals, Rich, Halterman, Carter, Kirk, McIntosh, Robertson, Logue, Watson, Johnson, Betts. The Mummy Case-Page thirty I A ff llfrrlff min' Hn' .llrfmmff Mm. Dramatics Club The Dramatics Club of University High School has been highly successful this year. Sponsored by Miss Wells and her student teacher, Miss Milligan, the club has presented a number of plays given in the assembly. Some of these plays were: "Dumb Dora," "The Spider," "While the Toast Burned," 'tWhere But in America," and a number of short skits. The club meets every other Thursday and is entertained with a program. First row-Williams, Houghland, Fisher, Bryant, Schneider, Hanson, Greathouse, Cpresi- dentb, Austin Csecretaryj. Second row-Smith, Vaughn, Miles, Warren, Goforth, Bahr, Shryock, Reid. Third row-Fox, Allen, Potts, Hilton, Dallmann, Eason, Mrs. Collard fstudent teacherj. Fourth row-Barnard, Miss Wells Csponsorj, Hankla, J. Dallmann, Miss Milligan stu- dent teacherj. Phi Lambda Kappa The Phi Lambda Kappa was newly organized this fall. It combines the Latin and French clubs of last year. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in foreign languages. Meetings are held twice each month, one is a business meeting and the other a social meeting. Outstanding events of the year included a Roman Banquet and initiation. First table-Mossholder, O'Daniel, Dallmann, Greathouse, Potts, Bateman. Second table-Day, Lackley, Logue,Robertson, Boals, Brumley, Miles Cnot shownj. Third table-Hilton, Vaughn, Yates, johnson, Mitchell, Carrington, Hagler. Standing-Dunn Qstudent teacherj, Meyer fstudcnt teacherl, Elston, Frank, Mrs. Riekc fsponsorj, Watson. Other membvrx-Ridgeway, Thomas, R. Thomas, Rossen, Biggs. Poetry Club The Poetry Club was organized for the first time during this past winter for the purpose of fostering a better understanding and appreciation of good poetry. Originated and sponsored by Miss Florence Wells, the organization had the active leadership of the English III student teachers, Mrs. Robert Collard and Miss Ellen Maynard. It was agreed not to have any formal organization. Thus, no officers were elected, and no permanent roll of members was made. All who had an in- terest in poetry were equally welcome at the bi-weekly meetings. Choric reading was the principal activity of the club. First row-Patterson, Spear, Fisher, N. Bryant, Perryman, Mrs. Collard Cstudent Spongceibinhd row-Miles, F. Smith, Potts, Hanson, Houghland. Third row--Austin, Hilton, J. Dallmann, Greathouse, Fox. Fourth row-Miss Wells Qsponsorj, Hankla. The Mummy Case-Page thirty-two lug I fflffllrf 1 ll ff' .llff,1fw1fl'u.w ,..n.f .Nm Assembly Committee The Assembly Committee, sponsored by Mrs. Rieke, was formed in order to plan more representative assembly programs. The organization has had four luncheons this year at which new programs were planned and old ones evaluated. Sixty percent of the student body appeared on programs the first semester. The Committee agreed that the year's programs were the best U. High has had for some time. Every club and home-room was represented on this Committee. First row-Brewer, Hagler, Martin, King, Mrs. Rieke Csponsorj. Serond row-Greatliouse, Miles, Smith, Robertson. Third row-Thomas, Cecil, Logue, Frank. Fourth row-Paterson, Vaughn, Elston, Klein, North. . Sphinx Staff The purpose of the Sphinx Staff is to publish weekly all the news and to mold opinion for the good of the school. The staff is composed of representatives from each home room and the students in Miss Bach's journalism class. Mary Anne Stearns was editor-in-chief during 1940-41. First row-Gellermann, McNeil ffeaturesj, Schneider, Stearns Ceditorl, Morris lex- change editor, featuresl, Lautz Cart editorb, Allen fbusinessj, VVarren Qfeaturesb, King Cassistant exchange editorj, Sellers, Brumley, Boos, Cecil fassistant editor-in-chiefj, Brewer, Martin fdesk editorb. Second row-Miss Bach fsponsorl, Metcalf Cfeaturesl, Bahr fasst. art editorl, Hill, Cooney, Thomas fsports editorj, Day Cassistant sports eclitorj, Gum, Bateman, Librory Council The Library Council, under the sponsorship of Miss Troutt, has completed an- other successful year of service to the University High School. One of the hi- lights of the year was the Book Crusade Week. 500 books were added to the li- brary by this campaign. New furniture purchased this year has added to the attractiveness of the library. Programs were presented to the student body to encourage wider use of the library. This club has also given valuable training for future librarians to its members. First table-Ridgeway, Cecil, Manis, Wright. Second table-Reid, Eason, Robertson, Creager Cpresidentl, Williams fsecretaryj, Brumley, Boos. Standing-King, Martin, Miss Troutt Csponsorj. The Mummy Orme-Page thirty-four l1fr'llfff'lg1jH'f' Ihr' .1Ir1mmy1 V1 Natural Science Club The Natural Science Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Dilla Hall, has taken several very educational trips this year. Some of these were visits to the New Era Dairy in Carbondale and to the liquid oxygen plant which is located near Harris- burg, Illinois. The club plans to visit the radio station WJPF at Herrin. A num- ber of interesting and educational experiments have been performed at club meet- ings. One of these was taking, developing, and enlarging pictures. First rowe-Mclntosh, Boals, Williams, Renfro, Russell Cvice-pres.D. Second row-Wright, Armstrong, Parrish, Friedline, Etlierton, Spindloe. Third row-Masters, Prince, Elston fpresj, Williams, Bryant Csecj, Hall fsponsorl. The F.F.A. Club The F. F. A.'s charter was granted in 1940 with the hopes of members learning how to conduct and take part in public meetings, to speak in public, to buy and sell cooperatively, to solve their own problemsg Finance themselves, and to assume civic responsibility. The members, who are enrolled in a Vocational Agriculture course, conduct supervised farm projects at home and will engage in local and state judging, public speaking, and athletic contests. First row-Childers, Kelley, Cox. Watson, Page, Schoolcraft, Brandon. Second row-Morris, Waller, Rich, Champion, Klein, Freeman. Third row-Huppert, Parrish, Fite, Kirk, Johnson. Fourth row-Cole, Heininger, Phemister, Hagler, Frost, Cazel Csponsorj. Social Science Club The Social Science Club was organized in 1938 under the sponsorship of Miss Gladys Smith. The members of the club were students who were especially in- terested in Social Studies. Meetings were held twice a month at which historical numbers were the chief entertainment. This year the club planned two highlights, a pioneer tea and an all day trip to a nearby historical spot. Sitting-Miles, F. Smith, Dallmann, R. Larson, Greathouse fsecretaryj, P. Pulliam, Graff, Miss Smith Csponsorj, B. Smith, Robertson, Potts, M. Lipe, Doetch, Holder, B. Lipe. Standing-McKenzie, B. Thomas, Hagler, N. O'Daniel fpresidentj. The Mummy Case-Page thirty-sid I ..-.--1 1g1rIIfirfw,w'rrr: Ihr' .llummjl ffm: Bond University High Band has been organized for three years under the direction of Charles Paterson. For the last two years they have won first in the district contest. Last year they went to state and won a second. They had a very high ranking at state and the judges said they would have received a first if they had had the instruments. First row-Day, Robertson, Carrington, E. johnson, T. L. Bryant, Armstrong, N. Bryant, Hawkins, Colp, Hunter, Paterson. Frank. Second row-Miles. Hilton, Yates. Neckers, DeLap, Gher, Moseley, Friedline, Vaughn. Logue, Ragland, Levelsmier, Brown. Helton, H. Johnson. Standing-Allen, Betts, Greer, Charles Paterson fdirectorb. Orchestra The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Charles Paterson, is one of the smallest organizations in the school, partly because so many classes are in session when orchestra practices. They have appeared several times on assembly pro- grams. Since only larger organizations are allowed to enter state contests, the orchestra has entered none. Members receive individual and small group instruc- tion from Mr. Paterson and his student teachers, Mr. Charles Stief, Mr. Parks, and Miss Kate Bunting. Seated-Mclntosh, Mr. Paterson fdirectori, Frank, Friedline, Gher, Dallmann, Hawkins, Stafford, Mitchell, Colp, Brown, Robertson, Day. Standing-Betts, Logue, Parks, Bunting, Stief. Alumni Association The Alumni Association was organized for the first time this year. Anna Mary Schroeder, class of '39, was elected first president of the new Association. This picture was taken at the Alumni Banquet, a feature of U. High's first Home- coming held last fall. Faculty members and U. High seniors were guests at the Alumni Banquet held at Hank's Cafe prior to the all-school party, climax of two days Homecoming activities. It was the active alumni that introduced plans to U. High's Student Council for an annual Homecoming. All former U. High School students are eligible for membership with a small entrance fee to cover social events. The Mummy Case--Page thirty-eight can km, Q 4. qi' - IWW H1 if ly nfnr 'I lu' llrfnfnf-ff! 1 Robert Pulliam, President: Mary Ellen Potts, Vice-Presidentg Bob Hall, Seniorg Patricia Greathouse, Recording Secretaryg Norma Jean O'Daniel, junior, Edward Kerr, Juniorg Betty Hagler, Secretary, Francis Smith, Sophomore, jim Thomas, Sophomoreg james Trammel, Freshmang VVarren Day, Freshmang Robert Armstrong. Freshmang Mary Bahr, Eighthg Janice Neckers, Eighth, Martha Spear, Seventh, Teddy Spindloe, Seventhg Gladys Smith, Sponsor, Hal Hall, Sponsor. STUDENT COUNCIL The student council, sponsored by Hal Hall and Gladys Smith, is University High Schoolls governing body. It was formed in order to help make the high school more democratic. It is composed of two representatives from each home room who are chosen by the members of the class they are to represent. The coun- cil meets each week. At these meetings school problems are discussed, committees are appointed, and decisions made concerning school affairs. The council also makes the school budget, distributing the funds among the home rooms and various organizations. The state convention was held at Carbondale in 1940. About eight hundred students came from other high schools all over the state. A state convention is to be held this year. Our council is sending its senior members and one junior mem- ber as delegates. The junior, Norma O'Daniel, is running as second vice-president of the state student council. The senior members were chosen because it will be their last time to attend the convention as members of University High School. These members are: Robert Pulliam, president, Patricia Greathouse, Mary Ellen Potts, and Robert Hall. The Mummy Casa-Page forty Homecoming University lligh School celebrated its first homecoming january 18. At this time the queen of 1941 was crowned. The opening eve11t featured a parade procession with U. High's band, students, and float artists competing for awards. As a special toast to former graduates, Zlll alumni banquet was held at Hank's, a local restaurant, where seniors of 1941 chatted with seniors of the IQ3O'S. Movie minded people enjoyed a full length film, "Peck, Bad Boy at the Circus," in the l.ittle Theater preceding the coronation of the queen. The aroused spirit of the celebration for a victory in a basketball bout with the I.ynx's rivals, Community lligh, was not dampened as they fell to defeat before Carbondale fans. A tense atmosphere was finally relieved on the last evening of the celebration when Mary Ellen Potts was crowned queen of University High School for 1941. lilaborate decorations festooned the occasion. The queen was attended by two girls from each of the Five grades, while the seniors were repre- sented by four attendants. The attendants were: Bette Allen, Agnes Greer, Mary Anne Stearns, Lucille Parrish. Myra Milton, Katherine Moseley, Betty Hunter. Mary lillen U'Brien, VVilla Mae North, Barbara Weller, Phyllis Austin, Harriet Fisher, and ,loan Goforth. A happy, first homecoming ended with a modern dance for the high school and the alumni. Page farlll-one--Tlir Mummy Case Her Royal Highness The Mummy Case-Page f 0 su-no As-eov moocn-can ' 1 112 fini' s'reAoaes wuo's sonrzv Now? cAu.ns1is-new I f I li f ca-moss. AUTOGRA A Twinco Yearbook, Twin City Printing Co., Champaign, Illinois. 13. , E n 9 QE? 7 :Via 3? EH: Ffa 3124" , E: ra fs! .1 . In 11. 5 si if , Fl, ,CE ! its Y? v png' nf, iyii 1 " 45: :fi -1 11, f, nf! Q fn 3:31, 5425 . 1 -J' 'J fl fa , ', neg I-ff If L1 KJ? 345' AQ? KE? ALE- ffisf M' :gi H W 'ff SLE cisaf as ,1 1, ,Q :rf 11, 1 ,1 H -A 11' 4.5: 5555 L Q '51, 1.,, 5 A 1 xy., 3 J ' ,N-5811 :.g,:g+1!..11.1:x1 1:ge1.13 in 1. 1 1 - Ph fin' 341 Lg fwlii f fm' " ig., :1Qw,.i,1,aJ , 1. 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