Valparaiso High School - Valenian Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)

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K. S. V - -rriX " t - i .- -Tte-ic . . ' ' • ' • ' • ' " = " - 4.. ■ - •--■m. .0 .6 - A ' - .A. -vA. ' — 3L_S5JL. vM 7 1 - W . ] ' t o -ok- M FOREWORD HE primary purpose of this book has been to show the friendship and good-will prevalent in the majority of our associations. We think that through pictures, write-ups, the art work, and other features this aim has been accom- plished. A new style of write-up, the Walter Winchell type, has been adopted to vary and enliven the pages; it also allows more to be written in a limited space. We hope that our book makes you real- ize the value of friends and happy associations. Twc S )Tnbols of Tvorl( and play . . . All make for richer and fuller life. Boucher gymnasium . . . Home of the Vikings . . . Athletics aiid school, inseparable. DEDICATION life T the spirit of those extra curricular activ- ities which are so extensively organized and carried out in our school do we, the Senior Class of 1934, dedicate this, our VALENIAN. The comradeships and good fellow- ships that have been created through these associa- tions have fostered an attitude of hearty co-opera- tion indispensible to the school. May these organi- zations continue to function and grow in the name of the school and friendship. Thr. BOOK I THE SCHOOL FACULTY CLASSES BOOK II STUDENT LIFE ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS Four Locl(ers, scene of cictivitv betrveen classes. Halls of learning . . . Hundreds come and go . Friendships are created. THE SCHOOL • • • Five- SCHOOL BOARD C. W. WHARTON Treasurer JESSE D. KEEHN Jesse D. Keehn . . . President of Board of Education . . . Dentist . . . Prominent citizen . . . Ellc . . . Mason. G. W. WHARTON C. W. Wharton . . . Treasurer of Board of Education . . . Pastor of Presbyterian Church . . . Member of Chamber of Commerce and Kiwanis . . . President of Poi ' ter County Tu- berculosis Association. IRA C. TILTON Ira C. Tilton . . . Secretary of Board of Education . . . Creator of Victor Tilton award . . . Lawyer . . . Prominent politician . . . Civic minded. GRACE SALMON Grace Salmon . . . Office Clerk . . . Five years . . . Friendly . . . Efficient . . . Indispensible to Mr. Julian in office duties . . . Always in a hurry. JESSE D. KEEHN President IRA C, TILTON Secretary GRACE SALMON Office Clerk ADMINISTRATION MR. ROY B. JULIAN Superintendent Roy B. Julian — Gradu- ate of Indiana University . . . Four years of faithful service . . . Active in State educa- tional movements . . . Member of State Ath- letic Board . . . President of Northern Indi- ana Teachers ' Association 1933 . . . Promi- nent in city affairs . . . Member of Rotary Club . . . Member of Library Board . . . Interested first and always in the schools of Valparaiso . . . Friend of the people. MR. HOMER M. JESSEE Principal Homer M. Jessee — Graduate of Valparaiso University . . . Indiana State Teachers ' College . . . Twenty-one years principal Valparaiso High School . . . Dynam- ic force . . . Fair play . . . Sense of hu- mor . . . Sympathetic . . . Vitally interest- ed in his work . . . Knows how to work and how to play. • • r j . Fight Ruth D. Andres Kenneth Barr Margaret Bartholomew Joesph B. Brown August Bucci Hazel L. Butler Burton L. Conklin " Emma R. Foor Dessa M. Hudson Clare McGillicuddy Mary S. Myers F ACU LTY Ruth D. Andres . . . Englisli a ml History . . . Valparaiso University, A. B.; Graduate work, Valparaiso University . . . Faculty Co-ed . . . Sweet young thing . . . But busi- ness is business . . . And how! Kenneth Barr . . . Science . . . Parson ' s College, B. S. . . . Colo- rado State College . . . University of Wisconsin, M. S. . . . " Bugs " Barr . . . Close to nature . . . Hails from the corn country. Burton L. Conkling . . . Public Speaking and Dramatics . . . State University of Iowa, A. B.; Gradu- ate work, University of Iowa . . . Dramatic . . . Jovial . . . Willing to help . . . Songbird . . . Man of many expressions . . . " And so it goes. " M. ROARET Bartholomew . . . Home Economics . . . DePauw University, B. S.; Valparaiso University; Col- umbia University; University of Chicago . . . Knows her cooks and cookies . . . Fifty per cent of the Home Economics Department. .Joseph B. Brown . . . Vocational . . . Indiana State University, A. B.; Graduate work, University of Illinois, University of Chicago . . . Beasely for short . . . Mechan- ical man — (drawing) . . . B. B. (Buzzsaw Brown). Dessa Mae Hudson . . . Commer- cial . . . Valparaiso University, B. C. S. ; Graduate work. Univer- sity of Illinois; University of Chi- cago . . . Knows her business (junior) . . . Key specialist. August Bucci . . . Music . . . Val- paraiso University, A. B. : Chicago Conservatory of Music . . . Tutor of the piccolo swabbers . . . Silly symphonies . . . Rhythm Rascal. Hazel L. Butler . . . Mathematics . . . University of Indiana, A. B. ; University of Chicago . . . Hazel but not nuts (far from it) ... " Me and my flivver " . . . Traveling lady . . . Girl Reserve Mainstay. Clare McGillicuddy . . . Mathe- matics . . . Valparaiso University, A. B.; Graduate work, University of Chicago; Columbia University . . . Money, money, who handles the Senior money? . . . Human adding machine . . . " Sweets " disher. Emma Rausch Foor . . . English and Journalism . . . Earlham Col- lege, A. B.; Graduate work, Uni- versity of Chicago, University of Minnesota . . . Short and snappy . . . News juggler . . . Pint-sized parcel of T. N. T. Mary S. Myers . . . Music . . . Indiana State Normal, B. S.; Met- ropolitan Conservatory of Music; Columbia University . . . Watta warbler . . . Mary S. (Sunshine) . . . Itinerant music mistress. Claude 0. Pauley Vera Sieb Leathe Ponader Ralph Powell Frank Reid Ralph E. Schenck Helen Schudel Dorothy Smith Onita V. Thomas Edith Weems Olie Welly FACULTY Claude O. Pauley . . . Science . . . University of Chicago, A. B. ; Indi- ana State Normal; Graduate work, Indiana University . . . Tempera- mental . . . Sweet essence of Bro- mine . . . Acid addict . . . " Puzzle Pauley. " Vera L. Sieb . . . EugJish . . . Uni- versity of Wisconsin, A. B. ; Grad- uate work, University of Califor- nia; Columbia University; Univer- sity of Chicago . . . Keen sense of humor . . . Repartee is her spe- cialty. Leathe C. Ponader . . . Art . . . Ball Teachers ' College, B. S. ; Chi- cago Art Institute; Chicago Acad- emy of Pine Arts; John Heron Art Institute . . . Smear ' em . . . But, artistically . . . Mistress of the camel-hair corps. Dorothy V. Smith . . . School Nurse . . . Methodist Episcopal Hospital of Indianapolis; Graduate work, George Peabody Teachers ' College, Nashville, Tennessee . . . Energetic . . . Dispenser of ban- dages, adhesive, merchurocrome . . . First aid for all ills. Ralph Powell . . . P]i!i ;ic(il Kdn- catioii (ivd Atlilctics . . . Hanover College, A. B.; Franklin College; University of Iowa; Northwestern University; Graduate work, Indi- ana University ... Go get ' em. Coach . . . Body builder, especially with the freshies. Frank G. Reid . . . Social Science Indiana University; Purdue Uni- versity; Valparaiso University; Graduate work, Butler University . . . " Politician Pete " . . . " In re- gard to " . . . Basketball fiend . . . Me and my suede vest. Onita W. Thomas . . . Gennau . . . Missouri State Teachers ' College, Springfield, Missouri, B. S.; Uni- versity of Missouri, A. B.; Gradu- ate work. University of Missouri, University of Chicago . . . Hails from the Windy City . . . Hobby, German Club . . . Sprechen Sie Auf Deutsch? Ralph Eugene Schenck . . . Hia- tovji . . . Indiana State Normal, A. B. ; Valparaiso University, B. A. ; University of Chicago, M. A. . . . Efficiency personified . . . Different suit every day ... A whizz-bang teacher . . . Hi-Y. Helen Schudel . . . Phiisical Echt- cation . . . DePauw University, A. B. ; Graduate work. University of Iowa . . . Versatile sports director . . . Founder of G. A. A. . . . Creator of interest in all sports. Edith Weems . . . Home Economics . . . Valparaiso University, B. S.; Graduate work. University of Chi- cago, University of Idaho . . . V. H. S. banker, bookkeeper . . . The oth- er fifty per cent of the Home Eco- nomics Department. Olie W. Welty . . . Latin . . . Valparaiso University; University of Chicago . . . Worshiper of great men . . . Caesar, Cicero, Vergil . . . Star gazer, (astronomer). Freshman . . . Alone . . Through friendly contacts and study, realizes his ambition . . . Senior. CLASSES IHT la Verne Annis Ralph Baker lester Barkley Laura Bartz Mary Bay Ray Berlin Irvin Bernhardt Katherme Blaney Edwin Bond Henry Branoff Harold Brown . abina Brzuskiewicz Rolland Burkhart Gilberl Buller Margaret Carnahan SENIORS La Verne Annis — German Club 3 4; Science Club 4; Stamp Club 4 Art Club 2; Commercial Club 2 May Festival 1, 2, 4. Ralph Baker — Football, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Athletic Club, Sergeant-at- Arms 4; Local History Club 2; Nature Club 3. Lester Barkley — Football, Varsi- ty 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Basket- ball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2; Christmas Pageant 4; Athletic Club 3, Vice- president 4; Science Club 4. Laura Bartz — Science Club 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4; Or- chestra. Mary Bay— G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2, 3; May Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Ray S. Berlin — Local History 2; Nature Club 3, 4. Irvin A. Bernhardt — Class Presi- dent 4; Footlight Masqueraders, President 4; Basketball, Varsity 2, Interclass 2; Science Club 3, 4; Noon Day League 3, 4; Christmas Pageant 4. Katherine Blaney — Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; May Festival 1, 2; Commercial Club 4. Edwin Bond — Hi-Y 3, Vice-presi- dent 4; Class Vice-president 3; Nature Club, President 4 ; Literary Editor, Vakniitin 4; Tumbling Club 2, Vice-president 3; Basketball, In- terclass 4. Henry C. Branoff — Liberty High School 1 ; Chesterton High School, 2, 3 ; Commercial Club 4. Harold L. Brown — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Octette 3, 4. Sabina E. Brzuskiewicz — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Operetta 2, 3, 4; Footlight Masqueraders 4. Rolland Burkhart — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Basketball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Bright 4 ; Footlight Masqueraders 4. Gilbert Butler — Not Graduating. Margaret Carnahan — Mt. Leba- non High School, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania 1, 2; Footlight Masquer- aders 4; Girl Reserves 3, 4. Francis Chester Robert Christopher John Ciesielski John Clark Jeanne Clifford Miriam Cox Maurice Daly Clayton Davidson Mary Deal Alene Dockery Grace Fillwock Ray Flowers Stanley Flowers Louise Frakes Thomas Gannon Francis Chester — Science Club 3, 4; Local History Club 2. Robert Christopher — Basketball, Varsity 2, 3; Football, Varsity 2, 4; Basketball, Interclass 1, 4; Hi- Y 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Science Club 3; Latin Club 2; Athletic Club 4; Track 1; Volleyball 3. John Ciesielski — Hi-Y 3, 4; Snap Shot Editor, Valciiian 4; Commer- cial Club 4; Science Club 4; Tumb- ling 1, 2. John Clark — Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Interclass 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Athletic Club 3, 4; Local History Club 2; Better Speech Club 3. Jeanne Clifford— G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; May Festival 1, 2. Miriam Medillia Cox — Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- ture Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; May Festival 3, 4; Footlight Masqueraders 4; Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4. Maurice Daly — Nature Club 3; Local History Club 2 ; Science Club 4. Clayton Davidson — Track 1, 2 Basketball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball, Varsity 4; Baseball 4 Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3. Mary Deal — Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; May Festival 1, 2, 3; Algebra Contest 2; Footlight Mas- queraders, Secretary 4; Glee Club 1 ; Home Economics Club 2 ; Ger- man Club 3; Better Speech Club 3; Christmas Pageant 3, 4; G. A. A. 2. Alene B. Dockery — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Grace Fillwock — G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 3; Latin Club 2; Nature Club 3 ; Commei ' cial Club 4; May Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Ray Flowers — Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Com- mercial Club 2, President 3; Class President 3; Science Club 3. Stanley Flowers — Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball, Reserves 1; Track 1; Nature Club, Vice-president 4; Commer- cial Club 3; Local History Club 2. Louise Frakes — G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mav Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2, 3. Thomas Gannon — Baseball 3, 4; Basketball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, Vice-president 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Honor Bright 4 ; Footlight Masqueraders 4. Thirte Jane Getzinger Lucille Gifford Louise Goddard Edna Goodrich Mary Gregory Robert Griffin Dorothy Hagen Lloyd Hamacher Glen Hazelton Benjamin Hirsch David Hollett John Horak Margaret Jacolii Ray Jankowski I ' .thel Johnson Jane Getzinger — Bei-i-ien Springs High School, Beriien Springs, Michigan, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 4; Girl Reserves 1, 4; Home Economics Club 4 ; Operetta 1, 2, 4; May Festival 2; Noon Day League 4. Lucille Gifford — G. A. A. 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice-president 4; Girl Reserves 1, 4, Secretary 3; Editoi- in-Chief, Vulenin}! 4; German Club 2, 3, President 4; Footlight Mas- queraders 4 ; Latin Contest 1 ; May Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Pa- geant 3, 4; Play Day 1, 3. Louise Goddard — Girl Reserves 3, President 1, 2, Secretary 4; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4; Activities Editor, Yo - euiau 4; Latin Contest 1, 2; Latin Club 2; May Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Edna Goodrich — Nature Club 2; Commercial Club 3, Vice-president 4. Mary Eileen Gregory — Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. 1; Footlight Masqueraders 4 ; May Festival 1, 2; Christmas Pageant 3, 4. Robert Griffin — Hi-Y 3, 4; Nat- ure Club 3; Local History Club 2. Dorothy Louise Hagen — Honu FSrif lit 4; Girl Reserves 4, Treasur ei- 1, Vice-president 2, President 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, £ Vice-president 4; Latin Club 1, 2 Footlight Masqueraders 4; May Festival 1, 2; Operetta 1, 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 2, 4; Quill and Scroll 4. Lloyd D. Hamacher — Hi-Y 3, 4; Honor Bright 4; Footlight Masque- raders 4; Science Club 3; Noon Day League 3; German Club 1, 2. Glen Hazelton — Commercial Club 3; Treasurer 4; Science Club 3, 4; Local Histoiv Club 2, Benjamin C. Hirsch — Hi-Y 3, 4; Nature Club, President 2; Science Club, President 4 ; German Club 3, 4; Basketball, Varsity 2, Inter- class 3, 4; Poetry Contest 1. r)AVlD Henry Hollett — Honor B riff lit 4: Tumbling 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball, Interclass 2; Tumbling Club, Secretary 2; Commercial Club 4. John J. Horak — Tumbling 2, 3, 4; Tumbling Club 2, 3, Secretary- treasurer 4; Commercial Club 4. Margaret E. Jacobs — Art Club 1, 2; Home Economics Club 3, 4. Ray Jankowski — Basketball, Var- sity 2, 3, 4; Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Athletic Club 4. Ethel M. Johnson — G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 4; Footlight Mascjueraders 4; May Festival 1, Fourteen Lewis Jones Margaret Kindl George Kriston William LigKtcap Margaret Jean Linda Jack Mahon Harry Maloney Richard Marks Russel Marquart Vernon Marrell Richard Maudlin John McBride Audrey Miller Frances Miller Maxine Minger Lewis Joxes — Basketball, Inter- class 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1; Art Club 1; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. Jack Mahon — Basketball, Inter- class 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 2, 3: Nature Club 4. Richard Maudlin — Basketball. In- terclass 2, 4 ; Tumbling 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Bright 4; Commercial Club 2, 3; Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. Margaret Louise Kindt — Not Graduating. George Kriston — Washington High School, East Chicago, Indi- ana 1; Football, Varsity 4; Basket- ball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 ; Volleyball 3 ; Local History Club 2; Nature Club 2, President 3; Athletic Club, President 4; Class Vice-president 4. William Lightcap — Football, Var- sity 3, 4; Basketball, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Margaret Jean Lindall — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1, 2; May Festival 1, 2. Harry A. Maloney Jr. — Science Club 4; Latin Club 2, 3. Richard John Marks — Band 1, 2, 3; Nature Club 3, 4. Russel Marquart — Tumbling 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling Club 2, 3, Presi- dent 4. Vernon Marrell — Basketball, In- terclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Bright 4; Footlight Mas- queraders 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Operetta 2, 3, 4. John McBride — Football, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Golf 2, 3; Local His- tory Club 3; Nature Club, Vice- president 4; Athletic Club 4. Audrey D. Miller — Glee Club 3; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Local His- tory Club 2; Operetta 3; Mav Fes- tival 1, 2, 3. Frances Miller — Glee Club 1 ; Honor Bright 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Footlight Masqueraders 4; Yell Leader 4; Operetta 1; May Festi- val 1, 2, 3, 4. Maxine E. Minger — St. Michael, Chicago, Illinois; Liberty Center 2; Better Speech Club 3; Girl Re- serves 4. Fifte ,mmm .. M Chester Mohnsen Roger Moody Maxine Moore Dorothy Noonan Mary Okun Marcella Osborne Margaret Peek Doris Perry Harvey Peterson Eugene Pinkerton Irene Pivarnik Edna Plummer John Porter Hazel Proffitt Helen Quinn Chester Mohnsen — Not Graduat- ing. Roger L. Moody — Baseball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; Sciemus Club 3, President 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Masqueraders 3, 4; Honor Bright 4. Marjorie Maxine Moore — Hanna High School, Hanna, Alberta, Can- ada 1, 2, 3; Commercial Club 4. Marcella Marie Osborne — Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Bright 4; G. A. A. 1, 2; Footlight Masqueraders 4; May Festival ' 1, 2; Christmas Pageant 4. Margaret Peek — Glee Club 1 ; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Econom- ics 3; Algebra Contest 1. Doris I. Perry — Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; Nature Club 4; May Festival 1, 2. Irene Pivarnik — Footlight Mas- queraders 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; G. A. A. 1, 2; Debating Club 1; May Festival 1, 2; Christmas Pag- eant 4. Edna M. Plummer — Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Footlight Masqueraders 4; Honor Bright 4; Home Economics Club 1; May Festival 1, 2; Christ- mas Pageant 4. John E. Porter — Garfield High School, Terre Haute, Indiana 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Band 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. Dorothy Marie Noonan — Calumet High School, Chicago, Illinois 1, 2; Better Speech Club 3; Girl Re- serves 4. Mary A. Okun — Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; German Club 4; Mav Festival 1, 2. Harvey W. Peterson — Commercial Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. E. Eugene Pinkerton — Football, Varsity 3; Basketball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, " 4; Tumbling 2, 3, 4; Honor Bright 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Ath- letic Club 4; Science Club 4. Hazel Proffitt — Not Graduating. Helen Quinn— Glee Club 2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Footlight Masqueraders 4; Yell Leader 4 ; Sport Editor, Valenian 4; May Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Christ- mas Pageant 4. Sixteen Frances Rader Paul Riddle Martha Rose James Rowland Pauline Ru " e Maxine Runyan Russell Slier Robert Shedd Mildred Shideler Vera Snow Jeanette Struve Evelyn Stupeck Ralph Suesse Ruth Thatcher Rena Thori ren Frances L. Rader— Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Resei-ves 1, 2, 3, Treasur- er 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Concert 4. Paul Riddle — Not Graduating. Martha Jean Rose — Girl Reserves 4; Home Economics 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Operetta 2, 3, 4; May Festival 2. James Rowland — Band 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. 4; Pauline Ruge — Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Latin Contest 1. Maxine Runyan — Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio 4; G. A. A. 3; Girl Reserves 1; Glee Club 1, 2, Russell A. Siler — Lew Wallace High School, Gavv, Indiana 1, 2; Band 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4. Robert Shedd — Glee Club 2, 3, Secretary-treasurer 4; Operetta 2, 3, 4; Footlight Masqueraders 4; Christmas Pageant 4 ; Noon Day League 3, 4. Mildred Shideler — G. A. A. 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Girl Re- serves 3, 4; Snap Shot Editor, Val- (nucin 4; Footlight Masqueraders 4; Play Day 1, 2, 3; May Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Pageant 3, 4. Vera Snow— G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 3; Footlight Masquerad- ers 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2, 3; May Festival 1, 2, 3; Christ- mas Pageant 4; Fall Concert 4. Jeanette Struve — Glee Club 2, 3; Gild Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Local His- tory Club 1 ; Footlight Masquerad- ers 4. Evelyn Frances Stupeck — Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Footlight Masquerad- ers, Treasurer 4. Ralph Suesse — Football, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball, Varsity 3, 4; Bas- ketball, Interclass 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor, Valeiiidii, 4; Glee Club 1; Hi-Y 3, 4; Athletic Club 4; Basketball Manager 2. Ruth Thatcher — Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. Vice-president 4; Science Club 4; G. A. A. 4; Better Speech Club 3; May Festival 1, 2; Christmas Pageant 2. Rena Tiiorgren — Girl Reserves 1, 3, Secretary 2, President 4; Class secretary-treasurer 3, 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; May Festival 1, 2, 3; Bet- ter Speech Club 3; Local History Club 2; Christinas Pageant 2. Seventeen .1 l ' .hkk Howard Tidholm Joseph Tofte Ruth Trapp Ehnor Trunk Elizabeth Urschel Gerald Urschel Bettie Wark Lenore Wells Foster West Grace Whitcomb Marjorie Witner Charles Wilgen John Williams Laurel Zimmerman Howard Tidholm — Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball, Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 3; Local His- tory Club 2; Athletic Club 4. Joseph Tofte — Basketball, Inter- class 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Tumbling- Club 2, 3, 4. PaiTH H. Trapp— G. A. A. 1, 2; May Festival 1, 2; Nature Club 4. Elinor Trunk — Nature Club 4; Better Speech Club 3; Home Eco- nomics Club 2. Elizabeth Ann Urschel — Honor Brifihi 4; Octette 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Operetta 2, 3, 4; May Festival 1, 2, 3; Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4; Gii-l Reserves 3, 4; Footlight Mas- queraders 4. Gerald Urschel — Art Editor, Vitl- evian 4; Science Club 3, 4; Art Club 2. Bettie Wark— G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 2, 3, Secretary 1; Science Club 3, Secretary 4; Foot- light Masqueraders 4; May Festi- val 1, 2, 3. Amber Lenore Wells — Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Honor Bright 4; Girl Reserves 1, Treasurer 3, Scribe 4; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4; May Festival 1, 2; Poetry Contest 2; Latin Club 2; Footlight Masquer- aders 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Foster West — Football, Varsity 4; Tumbling 2, 3; Athletic Club 4. Grace M. Whitcomb — Washington High School 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 4; Glee Club 4. Iarjorie B. Witner — Glee Club 1, , 3, 4. Charles H. Wilgen — Noon Day League 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4. " John Williams — Band 1, 2, Treas- urer 3, President 4; Hi-Y 3, Pres- ident 4; Business Manager, Valen- ian 4; Geometry Contest 3; Com- mercial Club 1. Laurel Ann Zimmerman — G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; May Festival 1, 2. William F. Pinkerton — Not Pic- tured; Local History 2; Latin Club 3: Science Club 4. Walter Mayo — Not pictured; Mar- tin ' s Ferry, Ohio 1 ; Warren Con- solidated H. S., Tiltonville, Ohio 2, 3. Eiehte SENIORS AS SEEN BY SENIORS LA VERNE ANNIS— Blond . . . Playful . . . Frivolous . . . Many times engaged. RALPH BAKER — (Freddie) . . . Happy go lucky . . . Speedy Fullback . . . Lazy moods. LESTER B.4RKLEY — Gridder . . . Letter man . . . Fiery ... He could be had. LAUR.A B.ARTZ — Clarinet looter . . . Peppy . . . Good-natured. MARY BAY — Mary, Mary, quite contrary . , . Little farmer . . . Just won ' t quit typing. R.AY BERLIN — Dynamite comes in small packages . . . Studious. IRVIN BERNHARDT— Aggressive . . . V. H. S. Humorist . . . Journalist . . . Popular . . . Holder of Offices . . . Go-getter. K.ATHERINE BLANEY — Quiet . . . Still water runs deep . . . Tom ' s sister. EDWIN BOND — Doesn ' t know his own power . . . Curly-headed Eddie . . . Polished . . . Extraordinary. HENRY BRANOFF — Foreign product . . . Original . . . Independent . . . Creator of Trig. HAROLD BROWN— John McCormack of V. H. S. . . . Poet— Bumble Bee . . . Bell Hop. SABINA BRZUSKIEWICZ—Not so big as her name . . . Pleasant . . . Garrulous. HOLLAND BURKHART— Red head . . . Egotistical . . . Heart breaker . . . Teacher ' s pel? . . . " Windy " . MARGARET CARNAHAN — Fair . . . Niece to foreign language department . . . Good company . . . Yipping laugh . . , Striking. FRANCIS CHESTER — (Finney for short. for long) No comment. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER— (Bob) ... Has a passion for red hair ... Six feet one . . . Nice look- ing . . . Our Bob. JOHN CIESIELSKI — Bone breaker Johnnie . . . Dry wit . . . Snappy — we mean snap shot editor. JOHN CLARK — Papa ' s little man . . . Always in a stew . . . Apple-cheeked Johnnie. JEANNE CLIFFORD — Baby-faced Jeannie ... We love her . . . Convivial . . . Robin Hood ' s descendant. MIRIAM COX— Medillia . . . Warbler . . . Skip it. MAURICE DALY— (Mutt) . . . Business Man . . . (Capital " M " ) . . . Friendly . . . Considerate . . . Mirthful. CLAYTON DAVIDSON— ' V. H. S. 1932-33 B. B. star . . . Never lets work interfere with pleasure. MARY DEAL — Competitor for highest grades . . . Gypsy eyes . . . Princess m " Door Mat " . . . Charming. ALENE DOCKERY — Auburn Blond . . . Tap-dancer deluxe . . . .Attractive smiles. GRACE FILLWOCK — Gracie — is it Allen? . . . Athletic . . . Lonesome since pal turns matrimonial. STANLEY FLOWERS — General favorite . . . Stable . . . Sturdy . . . Stalwart . . . Industrious. RAY FLOWERS— Twin . . . Ditto and ditto. LOUISE FRAKES— " Much Ado about Nothing " . . . Human pretzel ... My pal, Mary. TOM GANNON — (Peaches) . . . Has convinced himself he can ' t be wrong on any subject . . . Great first sacker . . . Witty . . . Long distance wolloper . . . Another gedunk gargler. JANE GETZINGER— Mae West ' s understudy . . . Busy lady . . . Dependable. LUCILLE GIFFORD— All round girl . . . Heart of gold . . . Gleaner of fifteen points . . . Fascinat- ing personality. LOUISE GODDARD— Pianist (has she got rhythm) . . . Affable . . . Laudable . . . Classy clothes. EDNA GOODRICH— Comical . . . Boisterous . . . Lots of fun. MARY GREGORY— Short and sweet, hard to beat . . . Goes for Wattie. the butler. BOB GRIFFIN — Handsome . . . Wanted by many but just can ' t be had. DOROTHY HAGEN — Sprightly . . . Specialty — University students, frat pins . . . Success to you as a teacher . . . Tot Marvel. LLOYD HAMACHER— Second Barrymore— Ham actor . . . Life of the party. GLEN HAZELTON— School cut-up . . . Just can ' t be bothered. BENNIE HIRSCH — Working man . . . Liked by all . . . Michigan City and Gary, here I come. DAVID HOLLETT— He of the flowing mane . . . Builder of radios . . . Bashful . . . V.delte-Mes- senger mainstay . . . Bicycler. JOHN HORAK — Wouldn ' t give the women a break . . . Turned chicken and softie . . . Breaks their hearts now . . . Tailor ' s offspring. MARGARET JACOBS— Mrs. Poor ' s Calendar Girl . . . Unassuming . . . Neat Dresser. RAY JANKOWSKI — Blond Apollo . . . Triple sport ' s man . . . Patronizes out-of-town fems. ETHEL JOHNSON— Blondie of the Follies . . . Believe it or not. LEWIS JONES— Light and hot-headed Lewie . . . Gets around a lot. GEORGE KRISTON — Let me sing like my Birdie sings . . . Brown eyes. BILL LIGHTCAP— Theme song— " Margie " . . . Popular Willie . . . Gentlemanly. MARGARET JEAN LINDALL— Jolly . . . Night lifer. JACK M.AHON— (Sally) . . . Hero of " She Done Him Wrong " . . . Lone Jack . . . " What a Mahon " . HARRY MALONEY — " Einstein " Fulton ' s chemistry successor . . . Ex-Cowpoke from Montana . . . Toured the West (in a Model T). RICHARD MARKS — Tickles the ivories and makes the sax laugh. RUSSEL MARQUART— (Fuzzy, Shadow, etc.) . . . Tumbling Titan . . . Sawed-off . . . Good and can ' t help it? Nineteen VERNON MARRELL— (Bud) . . . Dramalic ' s class Romeo . . . Sievers ' Soda Gulper . . . Vir- ginia and Bud — Where have we heard that before? dick ' MAUDLIN— (Watty) . . . " Desperate " Ambrose (His walk) . . . Ladies ' man . . . With a hne a mile lonti . . . And does he slay ' em. JOHN McBRIDE— (Mac) . . . Greased iighlnmo personified . . . Dot ' s Sweetheart . . . " You Gotta Be a Football Hero. " AUDREY MILLER— " Love me, love my dog . . . Cadette. FRANCES MILLER— (Sis) . . . Dimpled . . . Lots of style . . . " Honor Bright " . . . Singer . . . Personality Plus. MAXINE MINGER— Willing worker . . . Elusive charm . . . Hidden quality . . . Level-headed. ROGER MOODY — Miss Sieb ' s pet peeve . . . Son of a Prof, but who would guess it? . . . Kale ' s Honey. MARJORIE MOORE— Canadian lass ... A would-be-stenographer. DOROTHY NOONAN— Or is it Urschel? . . . Sophisticated Lady. MARY OKUN — Diminutive . . . Faithful . . . Winning personalitv. MARCELLA OSBORNE— Mary Gregory ' s side kick . . ' . Maid in " Honor Briaht " . MARGARET PEEK— Sweet . . . Petite . . . Acts out Rilev poems. DORIS PERR ' l— Her hobby is Mary Okun ... A Home Ec ' enthusiast. HARVEY PETERSON— .Another big Swede . . . From family of big Swedes . . . Cook Corner ' s Ace . . . Good pal . . . Easy to get along with. GENE PINKERTON — Senior class sparkplug . . . Hard worker . . . Organizer. BILL PINKERTON— Tall . . . Not so dark ... Is he handsome? IRl ' .NE PIVARNIK — Argumentative Irene . . . Lightning fingers . . , Sharp. r.DNA PLUMMER— Pride and joy— my golden hair . . . Soda-jerker. JOHN PORTER— " Bonnie " Johnnie . . . P. K. (Preacher ' s kid) ... Ear wigglcr. HELEN QUINN — Vivacious . . . Comely . . . . marvelous dancer . . . Curly locks . . . Enviable disposition. FRANCES RADER— A real sport . . . V. H. S. needs more like you. MARTHA ROSE— Quiet . . . Likes Wheeler basketball boys. JAMES ROWLAND— Chemistry, Physics shark ... And all that . . . Secret ambition— Paul White- man ' s Orchestra. PAULINE RUGE — Young Amazon . . . Independent . . . Leader . . . Original . . . Capricious . . . Good company in any crow ' d. MAXINE RUNYAN — Susceptible to infatuations . . . Companionable ... Is your Cleveland " Sweetie " still faithful? RUSSELL SILER — Glee Cluber . . . Quiet . . . Humorous on occasion . . . Gary pilgrim . . . Girl friend A. H. ROBERT SHEDD — (Red) . . . Flaming youth . . . Johnnie Woodin the second . . . Erratic . . . A devil with the women. MILDRED SHIDELER — Future Olympic star . . . Side-line, photography . . . Gets crushes on girls, not boys. VERA SNOW — Genial . , . Good-hearted . . . Omniverous . . . On the corner, on the square . . . (We mean Meaghers). JEANETTE STRUVE— V. H. S. Greta Garbo . . . Giggles . . . Long red finger nails . . . Fmger waved hair. EVELYN STUPECK — Calm . . . Pleasant . . . .Amiable disposition . . . Earnest. R.ALPH SUESSE — (Swazie) . . . All around athlete . , . Good mixer , . . Meritorious. RUTH THATCHER — School girl complexion . . . Find me, find my pal . . . Natty . . . Graceful. RENA THOF GREN — Capable . . . Self-conscious . . , Attractive . . . Exemplary conduct at all times. HOWARD TIDHOLM— Varsity basketball . . . Tall Swede ... Too meek and bashful . . . Friendly. JOE TOFTE — Biology expert . . , V. H. S. speed demon . . . Taxi driver for beautiful babies , . . Blushes — in this day and age. RUTH TR.APP — Meek, mild, and modest . . . Dark eyes and hair . . . Triumvirate — Perry. Okum. and Trapp. ELINOR TRUNK — Self-confident . . . Torch singer . . . Worldly . . . Complacent. ELIZABETH URSCHEL— Sleek -haired Lizzie . . . ' Singer . . . Actress . . . Air of dignity. GERALD URSCHEL — True artist ' s temperament . . . 1934 class genius . . . Tofte ' s rival in taxi service. BETTIE W, ' RK — Hilarious . . . Scrappy in athletics . . . Animated . . . Captivating . . . (She got her man, Koble). LENORE WELLS — Mary Deal ' s competitor for high grades . . . Energetic . . . Responsible . . . Loquacious. FOSTER WEST — (Fuzzy) . . . Tough limber . . . Gridder . . . Outspoken at the wrong time . . . The world ' s full of them. GRACE WHITCOMB — Ralph Keehn ' s secret passion , . . From Washington township ... A whiz at basketball. MARJORIE WITNER — Grace ' s pal . . . Serene . . . Shy . . . Outstanding simplicity. CHARLES WILGEN— Our milkman . . . Dodge Brother ' s disciple . . . Wood-worker . . . Loud. JOHN WILLIAMS— Active Hi-Y-er . . . President . . . Butcher boy . . . Capable in all tasks . . . Mathematical maniac. LAUREL ZIMMERMAN— Genuine . . . Magnanimous . . . Proficient . . . Made the grade in three and one-half years. Twenty 193 Ji- stveaters and jackets more imporfant than their owners. • • • E. Eugene Pinkerton on his beat hi " Honor Bright ' • • • Work shop for V. H. S. News . . . VALPOST. Fountain of Youth. Off to the finish . . . All dressed up — ready to go. J. B. Brown ' s domain Under the bleachers. Friendships . . . Tic ins . . . Pals. JUNIOR GIRLS Row 1 Bottom : Helen Hall, Martha Field, Jeanette Holzer, Evalyon Piper, Ruth LoKan, Margaret Schultz, Betty Christopher, Rosalee Totten, Jeanette French. Berniece Sheets. Sarah Jane Stapleton, Dorothy Rickard, Claire Dawson. Mona Jane Wilson, Oneita Hill, Nora Bastel. Row 2 Mary Jane Gannon. Jean Mohnsen. Vii-ji:inia Porter, Lilliannjth Ferrell, Lois Andres, Margaret Tofte, Jeanne Wilson, Maxine Ebersold, Mary Leaehman. Thelma Sherrick. Margaret Crisman, Lena Manago. Mary Nolan, Jane Adele Fabing. Row 3 Robei-ta Koble, Janet Stoner, Kathryn Harrold, Phyllis Hardesty, Lillian Williams. Catherine Jungjohan. Betty Buffinuion, Margaret MacFarlane. Janet Wilson. Dorothy Goddard. Dorothy Evans, Birdie Light caii, Helen rae Adams. Virginia Dick, Clara Crum. Betty lou Nichols. Row 4 Mary Matsoukes. Virginia Johnson. Mary Alice Learning. Cora Bastel, Evelyn Jacobs, Mary Johnson. Ruby Ogden, Mona Eick. Rosalie Falls. Beverly Knapp, Bemice Maxwell, Helen Kriston, Bertha O ' Conner. Gladys Hagle. Theresa Sawyer. JUNIOR CLASS Juniors number 109 . . . Boys 49 . . . Girls 60 . . . Class of talent . . . President, Ralph Keehn . . . Vice-president, Myron Basinger . . . Seci ' etary, Dorothy Nell Rickard . . . Editor for 1935 Valenkvru Howard Longshore . . . Business Manager, George Miller . . . Sponsor, Miss Sieb . . . Biggest social event of the year, Junior-Senior Prom. JUNIOR BOYS Row 1 Bottom : Samuel Saar, George Landgrebe. Charles Stevens, Harrison Baker, George Butterfield, Arthur Williamson, Paul Garrison, Charles Beach. Robert Koble. Charles Hoover. Row 2 Ralph Keehn, Allen White, James Leachman, Harold Kraft, Marshall Edinger, Robert Ball, Myron Moser. Alfred Noyes, Joseph Dye, Lucian Martinal, James Evans, Row 3 Joseph Austin. Jack Fulton. Howard Brown, Kenneth Sellers, George Miller. William Forney, James Snow, Wentworth Stone. Gilbert Johnson. Joseph Sheeks, Arleigh Johnson, Marvin Carlson. Row 4 Maurice Dittman. Ralph Osborne. Howard L :)ngshore. Merideth Hinkle, Alden Ridge way, Myron Basinger, Lawrence Ponader, Lloyd Berndt, Orval Lute, John Jones, Lloyd Dunn, DeForest Dye. Twenty- Iwo SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 1 Bottom : Katherine " Walsh, Pauline Biij. " jj,s, Ann Maulsby, Polly Wheelt-r, Jacqueline Sievers, Christine Lindall, Laura Mac Conley. Lois Hildreth, Anna Wilscam, Marjorie Ference, Mable Field, Pauline Manolato. Anna Stofego. Gladys Sheets. Marian Donley, Caroline Wise, Dorothy Severin. Row 2 Jean Berlin. Betty Detlefs. Margaret Blaney, Eva Lee Holt. Pearl Woodard. Elizabeth Nielsen, Mary Mahnke, Constance Williamson, Mildred Pierce. Ethel Lafrentz. Mildred Zulich. Helen Louise McKay. Helen Meade. Kathleen McGiUicuddy. Lois Whai-ton. Helen Rowland. Row 3 Annabelle Hinkle, Marian Beach, Marilyn Ludolph. Flora Shepard, Mildred Stupeck. Dorothy Sheppard. Marie Folsom, Margaret Johnson, Irene Masterson, Irene Crowe. Ella Porch. Allene Johnson, Nell Schellinyer, Marie Rickman, Gladys Miller. Row 4 Mae Stein way, Rosemary Thompson, Bonnie Mahon. Bette Stoddard, Martha Edwards, Viola Wheeler, Genevieve Junjjrjohan, Barbara Muster, Arlene Jones, Alice Kuehl, Pauline Witner, Genevieve Black. Agnes Ha.uerty. Grace Tidholm. Lenora DeGrazia. Row 5 Cecile Mann. Lucille Buri e. Pauline Church, Dorothy Rex, Lorraine Johnson, Margruerite Krudup, Matha Pumroy, Joanne Bartholomew, Charlotte Corsbie. Norma Gentz, Bemice Groves, Vir- ginia Myers, Dorothy Magid. Roberta Madaus. Marjorie Johnston, Mary Durand. SOPHOMORE CLASS What a class! . , . Number 153 . . . Boys 84 . . . Girls 69 . . . Unorganized . . . Furnishing next year ' s basketball team . . . Outstand- ing in scholarship . . . Active in extra curricular organizations . . . Band . . . Orchestra , . . Much musical talent. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row 1 Bottom: Carlton Kline, Howard McKean, Trisman Brown, Clifford Smith. James Stoner, Wayne GifTord. Gerald Jones, Yeara Musselman, Frank Awkerman, Charles Daud, Victor Firebaugh, Vernon Lain, Albert Steel. Row 2 James Womacks, Robert Lippman. Robert Sanz, Robert Muster, James Robbins, Jack Stewart, Edmund Sawyer, Robert Affeld. Ray Anderson, Howard White, John Ruge, William Burke, Charles McKean, Carl Wood, Robert Ulsh, Robert Stewart. Row 3 Clarence Fisher, John Snow, Herbert Claudon, Theodore Makovsky, Howard Vauter, William Jensen, Raymond Handschy, Carroll Miles, John Shaw. Arthur Smith, Joe Hartley, James Smith, Wallace Bl ' ake. Row 4 Francis Spencer, Paul Reibly. Robert Wilson. Walter Rayder, Ludwig Kueck, Charles Johnson, Harry La Force, Howard Krieger, Joe Smisek, Raymond Clifford, Brice McCann, Joe Gowland, Verner Raelson. Row 5 Earl Hanner, Charles Wark, Edward Kittredge, Fred Schroeder, Kenneth Schneider, Clarence Griswold, Robert Bennefield, James West, Gene Shook. Robert Thorgren. John Jensen, Ray Berndt, John Birch, Cortney Holt, Donald Fitch, Ira Spencer. Twenty-three FKESHMAN GIRLS Row 1 Bottom: Juanita Sellers, Dorothy Kumnick. Ruth Ball. Wanita Wolfe, Margaret Miller, Frances Walsli, Wilma Dick, Ruth Louise Lindner, Louise Birkholz, Evelyn Weiler. Row 2 Helen Bartz. Doris Lutz. Berniece Brown. Delayne Kumnick. Marjorie Stanton, Evelyn Kuss, Alice Bond. Irene Timm. Gladys Gratton, MaxJne Beach, Helen Bay. Iretta Pence, Janis Miskimins, Mari -aret Moe. Muriel Green. Violet Blachly. Row 3 Ruth Dye, Mildred Hollandswoi-th. Jean Moreland. Ruth Powell, Laverne Humphrey, Kathryn Purdy, Alice Johnson, Leona Brownbridse, June Westbay, Mildred Plummer, Jeanne Tofte, Rosie Zywanoski, Betty Kriston, Mary Dye. Row 4 Jessie Swanson, Bernice Schneider, Marjorie Buck, Marie Blocker, Ruth Larson, Edna Shideler, Gladys Farabee, Helen Mae Adams, Bertha Proffitt, Edna Grau, Rose Mary Walsh, Matilda Storz, Marjorie Field. Berniece Paika, Harriet DLusai. Row 5 Florence Kotefka, Eulalia Osborne, Shirley Sullivan, Mary Helen Dunlap. Betty Ross. Marjorie Dunlap. Mar;4arot Meagher, Alice Saar, Helen Tucinske. Joyce Knapp, Mildred Blackburn, Ruth Evans, Rosemary Griswold. Lucille Petschauer, Irene Cites, Dolores Cheney. 1933 FRESHMAN CLASS Number 151 . . . Boys 77 . . . Girls 74 . . . Unorganized . . . Full of enthusiasm . . . Loyal to V. H. S. ... Show plenty of promising ma- terial in all lines of work . . . Active boosters. FRESHMAN BOYS Ralph Tomlinson, Thomas Brady, Au ust Brightbarth, Joe Cuilis, Wallace Earl Stone, Dwii ht Floyd Bi JTSS. Robert Paul Hollandsworth, Row 1 Bottom: Ray Clifford, William Billinj s, Firman Dickinson, Wayne Frakes. Row 2 James Walsh, Dean Miller. William Schultz, Frank Mailinal, James Daly, Wilson, Jerome Pinkus. Robeit Firebaugh. Frank Freywald, Ralph Wilson, Winchell. Wallace Jun johan. Robert Kitchen. Row 3 Carroll Sheets, Harold Trapp. Kenneth Rhoda, Glenn Hyatt, Hilton Gramps, Masterson, Ralph Chester, William Petei s, Jack Sauter, Chester Phillips, Ketchell Crisp. Clifford Land rebe. Row 4 Byron Peck. Harry Maulsby, George Edwards, Jack Marks, Lane Schau, Joseph Brown, Edward Pratt, Clarence Swank, Francis Spencer, David Gott, Everett Crisman, Donald Wert man, James ZimmeiTTian, Harold Cleveland. Harry Lane, Adolph Jankowski, Charles Lambert. Row 5 Richard Lamprecht, Willard Justice, John Moreland. Glenn Renyolds. Harold Swelstad. Robert James, Junior Sanders, Thomas Wark, Bud Knapp. Edgar Eckley. Gillett Magnuson. Robert Warner, William O ' Brien, James Henry, Bernard Phillips, Howard Erea, Clavton Mason, Raymond Tuthill. Row 6 Clyde Phillips. Ellis Lindholm. Hubert Flemming. Carter Tuthill, Charles Smith. Hubert Harsh- barger, Ralph Homer, Gus Combis, Cami)bell Kane, Earl Deal. William Wells, Edgar Witner, Eric Book. Leonard Kraft. Allen Cotterman. Bernard Cinkoski, Fred Kittredge. Twenty-four 1934 FRESHMEN liow 1 Bottom: Betty Dobbins. Marsuarite Cheney, Vircsinia Groves. Martha Joyce Smith, Dorothy Marie Stoner, Geneva Mana.uo, Viola Carter, Dorothy Fitzgerald. Row 2 Phyllis Jo Julian. Susanne Moore, Marian Soliday. Elizabeth Kueck, Emmadean Berry, Delma Jones. Edith Anderson, Charlotte Smith, Helen Mae Ulsh. Row 3 Geor.tre Martin, Elroy St. Clair. Roland Sheets, Ernest Thorgren. Robert Beach, Glenn Hagen, John Dodd, Robert Brierly. Row 4 Ralph Williams, William Fulton. Robeii Arnold, Stanley Walberg. Edwin Steward, Harold Sher- rick, Robert Rex, Loren Biggs. Row 5 Donald Wertnan, Donald Bradney, Robert Hurley. Donald Lecke. Henry Nielsen, Melvin Austin. 1934 FRESHMAN CLASS Number 41 . . . Boys 22 . . . Girls 19 . . . Newest acquisition of V. H. S. — January 1934. . . . Midgets . . . Splendid scholastic recoi ' ds being made . . . Still looking for an anchor . . . Ambition — Seniors. SCHOOL SCENES Coming and going from V. H. S. ... Work and pleasure . . . Candy venders . . . Trick circus rider . . . Pals . . . Salvaging text from the wastebasket ... A pi ' etense at study . . . Hangovers from the senior play . . . All jolly good fellows . . . Seniors, juniors, sophomores, fresh- men. Twenty-five Twenty-six " ■ _r f • i ;- " i : Pleasant associations . . Friendships formed, long continued. The Court . . . One of the beautX) spots of Valparaiso High School. STUDENT LIFE • • • Twenly-seven L.ucille Gifford Helen Quinn John Williams Ralph Suesse Edw in Bond Gerald Urschel John Ciesielski Louise Goddard Mildred Shideler VALENIAN STAFF Editoi--in-Chief Lucille Gifford Business Manager John Williams Literary Edwin Bond Activities Louise Goddard Boys ' Sports Ralph Suesse Girls ' Sports Helen Quinn Snapshot Mildred Shideler Snapshot John Ciesielski Art Gerald Urschel Picture taking . . . Contracts signed . . . Identifying " pictures . . . Assembling material . . . Deciding on theme . . . Arguments on means of construction . . . Snapping characteristic poses, familiar groups . . . Pictures drawn . . . Business Manager getting daily exercise by dashing to printer . . . Dummy made and approved . . . Pictures mounted and sent to engraver . . . Cuts returned . . . Sponsor frantically calling for write-ups . . . Wild cry for typewriters and typists . . . Feverish last- minute effort to get all work in . . . Balancing the budget . . . Chaos in workroom at end of eighth period . . . Senior candy selling at games and noon for shekels . . . Dramatics department rises to occasion, periods off to go to gym . . . Wondering what it is all about — Valenian. Twenty-nine ' , -H " " " VALPOST FALL 1933 Ii-vin Bernhardt, Mrs. Foor — Sponsor, Helen Quinn, Francis Chester, Rena Thoriiren, Frances Miller, Edwin Bond. VALPOST Organization of Staff . . . Making budget . . . Selling advertising . . . Canvassing school for subscriptions . . . Vulpost on its way . . . What news do you know? . . . Dash out and bring in a joke . . . Write that editorial ... Is all the advertising in? . . . Get the copy to the printer . . . Proofreading . . . Second proofreading . . . Pasting of dummy . . . Galloping to the printshop with last proof . . . Valposts aii ' ive . . . Counted . . . Folded . . . Distributed on Friday . . . School and advertising copies delivered . . . Collecting money for sub- scriptions and advertising . . . Special issues at Christmas and Easter . . . April Fool. VALPOST SPRING 1934 Row 1 Bottom: Ethel Johnson. Sarah Jane Stalileton. Jane Getzinsier. Mrs. Foor — Slionsor, Dorothy Hagen, Thelma Sherrick, Mary Leachman. Ro v 2 Roberta Koble, Irene Pivarnik, Margaret MacFarlane. Vera Snow. Jeanne Clifford. Louise Goddard. Maxine Minger. Row 3 Rolland Humphrey, Ralph Keehn. Robert Christopher, Benjamin Hirsch, Bettie Wark. Vernon Marrell. Thirty SCIEMUS CLUB Row 1 Bottom : Edward Kittredge. Glen Hazelton. William Jensen, John Snow, Mr. Pauley Sponsor. Lloyd Dunn, Irvin Bernhardt. Evelyn Jacobs, Cora Bastel, Laura Baiiz. Row 2 Charles Wil.qen. Harry Maloney. Francis Chester. John Ciesielski, Benjamin Hirsch, Roger Moody, Gerald Urschel. Eugene Pinkerton, Wallace Blake. Row 3 Rolland Humphrey, Thomas Maulsby, Glen Reynolds, George Landgrebe, Charles Daud, Lester Barkley, Howard White. Jack Marks. LaVerne Annis. Ruth Thatcher. Pauline Ruge. Bettie Wark. Row 4 Myron Moser, Jack Stewart. William Pinkerton, Robert James. Maurice Benningfield. James Snow. Robert Stewart, Verner Raelson, Thomas Gannon. Maurice Daly. SCIEMUS CLUB Science Club . . . Engineered by sponsor, Mr. Pauley . . . President, Bennie Hirsch . . . Vice-president, Tom Gannon . . . Secretary, Bettie Wark . . . Program every other week . . . Special speakers . . . Mem- bers of the Academy of Science . . . Delegates to meeting at Bloomington, Helen Quinn and Pauline Ruge . . . Parties . . . Forty-three members. NATURE CLUB Flobirsect . . . Combination of flowers, birds, and insects . . . Ac- tivities — chasing butterflies, hunting worms . . . Programs every meeting . . . Sponsor, Mr. Barr . . . President, Edwin Bond . . . Vice-president, Stanley Flowers . . . Secretary, James Leachman . . . Enrollment, thirty-four. NATURE CLUB Row 1 Bottom: Frank Awkerman. Richard Marks. Mr. Barr — Sponsor, Ira Spencer. John Moreland. Row 2 John Jensen, Robert Wilson. Allen White, Doris Perry. Ruth Trapp. Mildred Stupeck. Kathryn Walsh — deceased. Grace Tidholm. Stanley Flowers. Row 3 Harold Cleveland. Robert Lippman. Ray Berndt. James Womacks. James Leachman. Lloyd Berndt, Ray Berlin. James Zimmerman, Edwin Bond. Row 4 Vernon Lain. Joe Gowland, Frank Freywaid. Jack Stewart, Charles Smith. Harold Kraft, Leonard Kraft, Jack Mahon, Wallace Junffjohan. Thirty-one ' HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Row 1 Bottom: Lucille Burye, Alice Bond, Helen Kriston. Bertha O ' Connor. Rosemary Thompson, Leona Brownbridge. Miss Bartholomew- -Sponsor, Evalyon Piper, Itflss Weems — Sponsor, Evelyn Jacobs, IVIarKaret Jacobs. Evelyn Stupeck, Pearl Woodard. Row 2 Florence Katefka. Pauline Manolato. Bette Stoddard, Dorothy Magid, Ethel Lafrentz, Elizabeth Nielsen, Marjorie Ference. Jane Getzinyer. IWildred Pierce, Mary Helen Dunlap. Bertha Proffitt. Row 3 Charlotte Corsbie. Catherine Junujohan, Mildred Stupeck. Marie Folsom, Mildred Hollandsworth, Dorothy Shephard, Flora Shephard. Mae Steinway. Bonnie Mahon, Martha Edwards. Irene Crowe, Irene Masterson. Mildred ulich. HOME ECONOMICS Jolly group . . . Active . . . Peppy . . . Belong to state organiza- tion . . . Grand parties . . . Entertained LaPoi ' te . . . Bought sweat- ers . . . Leaders — Miss Bartholomew and Miss Weems . . . President, Evalyon Piper . . . Vice-president, Mae Steinway . . . Corresponding Secretary, Evalyon Piper . . . Trip to Indianapolis, Hazel Proffitt, Eval- yon Piper, Martha Edwards. GERMAN CLUB Conducted " auf Deutsch " . . . Student leader, Lucille Gifford . . . Vice-president, Tom Maulsby . . . Secretary, Norma Gentz . . . Popu- lar programs, plays . . . Chief enjoyment, German songs . . . Number of members, thirty-five. GERMAN CLUB Row 1 Bottom : Lucille GitTord. Norma Gentz, Thomas Maulsby, Mrs. Thomas — Sponsor. Row 2 La Verne Ann is, Nora Bastel, Pauline Bijjgs, Mable Field, Maxine Ebersold. Jeanette Holzer, Harriet Dlu ai, Berniece Sheets. Carl Wood, George Butterfield. Row ?, Joseph Ausin, Berneice PaJka. Lucille Petschauer, Jac iueline Sievers. Laura Mae Conley. Ber- neice Groves, Lois Andres, Janet Stoner, Gilbert Johnson. Benjamin Hirsch. Thiity-lwo .««ir COMMERCIAL CLUB Row 1 Bottom: Mr. Schenck — Sponsor, Edna Goodrich. Robert Ball. Thelma Sherrick. Glen Hazelton. Miss Hudson — Sponsor. Row 2 Charles Wark. Marshall EdinKer. Fred Kittredt ' e. Richard Maudlin. Clifford Smith. Charles Ste- vens. David Hollett. Row 3 Genevieve Black. Marjruerite Krudup. Irene Pivarnik. Pauline Ru e. Marjorie Moore. Helen Hall. Cecile Mann. Marie Folsom, Gladys Palmer. Mary Gant. Henry Branoff. John Horak. Ralph Horner. Row 4 Charles McKean. Frank Martinal. Walter Rayder. Clifford Landy:rebe. Hubert Fleming. Bernard Cinkoske. James Robbins. John Ruue. Junior Sanders. Herbert Claudon. Walter Edwards. Carter Tuthill. COMMERCIAL CLUB Business-like organization . . . Meet to study vocations . . . Outside speakers . . . Christmas party . . . President, Robert Ball . . . Vice-presi- dent, Edna Goodrich . . . Secretary, Thelma Sherrick . . . Treasurer, Glen Hazelton . . . Sponsor, Miss Hudson . . . Honorary member, Mr. Schenck. TUMBLING CLUB Tumblers who tumble . . . Directed by Mr. Brown . . . Leader, Eugene Pinkerton . . . Many participate, but fifteen on the main team . . . Work hard . . . Entertain public at basketball games . . . Exh ' bit skill before or- ganizations . . . Non-competitive meets with Laporte, East Chicago, and Mishawaka. Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 TUMBLING CLUB Bottom: William Sheets. Vernon Lain. David Hollett, John Horak. Paul Riddle. Rus-sel Marquart. Mr. Brown — Sjwnsor, Fred Schroeder. Dorland Spencer. Howard Erea. Harry Lane, Victor Firebaugh, Clarence Swank, James Henry, Myron Basinger, John Burch. Thomas Maulsby, Yeara Musselman. Jack Sauter. Robert Stewart. Charles Phillips, Clarence Fisher, Joseph Dye, Lloyd Dunn. Edward Pratt. Theodore Makovsky. James Smith. E verett Crisman. Hari-y Maulsby. Lucien Martinal, Charles Beach, Ralph Osborne, Howard Brown, Robeit Masterson. Howard Sauter, Joseph Tofte, Eugene Pinkerton, Jack Fulton, Gerald Jones, Richard Maudlin, Martin Brody, Robert FirebauKh. Thirtv-lhree HI-Y Row 1 Bottom : James Rowland. John Porter, Harry LaForce, Benjamin Hirsch. Mr. Ralph Schenck — - Sponsor, Raymond Jankowski, Lloyd Hamacher, Howard Tidholm. Row 2 Gilbert Johnson, John Williams. Edwin Bond. Stanley Flowers, Marvin Carlson. Robert Koble. William Li htcap. John Ciesielski. Row 3 Robeit Christopher. Ralph Suesse, Howard Lonjishore. Ralph Kcehn, William P ' orney, Jack Fulton. Robert Griffin. Ralph Baker. Ro er Moody. Harvey Peterson. HI-Y Hi-Y . . . Boys ' Service Club . . . Membership limited to thirty-five each year . . . Branch of Y. M. C. A. . . . Annual event — Father and Son Banquet . . .Projects, sponsored courtesy campaign . . . Awarded medals . . . Distributed Thanksgiving baskets . . . Presented picture of Mr. Boucher to school . . . Attended Hi-Y Conference in Michigan City . . . Formal induction of new members held twice a year . . . Sold second-hand books for students . . . Ushers in gym . . . Checkroom at basketball games . . . Schedule pencils purchased and sold . . . Church attendance in a body . . . Officers . . . President, John Williams . . . Vice-president, Edwin Bond . . . Secretary, Howard Longshore . . . Treasurer, Ralph Keehn . . . Sergeant-at-arms, Gilbert Johnson . . . Under efficient leadership of Mr. Schenck . . . Contagious christian character . . . Purpose, to create, main- tain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of christian character . . . Basic foundations, Body, Mind, Spirit, Service. Mr. Schenck . . . Hi-Y faculty sponsor . . . Peppy leader . . . Energetic . . . Busiest man in town . . . Man with a dozen secretaries . . . Jolly . . . Short and snappy. Thirty-four lir GIRL RESERVES CABINET Row 1 Bottom : Dorothy Nell Rickard — Junior Secretary. Kathryn Harrold- Junior President, Lois Andres — Junior Vice-president. Lenorc Wells. — Senior Scribe, Louise Goddard — Senior Secretary. Row 2 Marjorie Johnston. Lois Wharton — Freshman-Sophomore Vice-president, Miss Butlei — Senior Sponsor, Miss Welty — Freshman-Sophomore Sponsor. Miss Andres — Junior Sponsor, Ruth Thatch- er Senior Vice-president. Rena Thoruren — Senior President. Row 3 Ruth Powell — Freshman-Soj homore President. Joanne Bartholomew- -Freshman-Sophomore Treas- urei ' , Birdie Liy;htcaiT — Junior Scribe. Helenrae Adams — Junior Treasurer, Frances Rader — Senior Treas urer, Bernice Schneider, Alice Bond Freshman-Sophomore Scribe, Ann Maulsby — Junior Secretary. GIRL RESERVES Three groups, Senior, Junior, Sophomore-Freshman . . . Sponsors, Miss Butler, Miss Andres, Miss Welty . . . Programs . . . Service to all de- partments of school . . . Service in charity . . . Projects, Riley Hospital, toys and scrap books . . . Making costumes for programs . . . Senior Big Sisters to Freshmen . . . Formal initiation, February 14th, fifty-nine pres- ent . . . May Breakfast, awards, points, sweaters, chevrons . . . Affiliated with Y. W. C. A. GIRL RESERVES Row I Bottom : Margaret Nolan, Jessie Swanson. Anna Wilscam, Laveine Humphery, Ruth Powell, Bernice Schneider. Miriam Cox. Ann Maulsby. Jean Moreland. Dorothy Goddard, Marie Rickman, Nell Scheltin er, Ella Porch, Leona Corson, Constance Williamson. Frances Walsh, Helen Quinn. Row 2 Evelyn Weiler. Mary Deal. Mary Dye. Gladys Gratton . Berneice Brown, Jeanne Tofte, Dorothy Hajj:en, Thelma Sherrick, Ruth Larson, Ruth Louise Lindner. Miss Welty — Sponsor, Miss Andres — Si)onsor, Miss Butler — Sponsor. Margaret Schultz. Mary Leachman. Jane Getzin er, Janet Stoner» Lois Andres, Marjjaret Moe, Marvraret Carnahan, Frances Miller. Row :j Margaret Tofte, Dorothy Nell Rickarti. Rena Thorgren. Ruth Thatchej-. Marv aret Meagher, Vir- Kinia Porter. Helenrae Adams. Dorothy Kumnick, Ruth Ball, Edna Grau, Bertha Proffitt, Rosalee Totten. Irene Timm, Alice Bond. Lef na Brownbridge, Helen Bartz. Edna Shideler, Jeanette Struve. Evelyn Stupeck, Jan is Miskimins, Martha Rose, Delayne Kumnick. Row 4 Jean Mohnsen, Marjorie Johnston. Doj-othy Evans, Joanne Bartholomew, Birdie Lightcap, Betty Christopher. Sarah Jane Stapleton. Jeanne Wilson, Lenore Wells. Margaret MacFarlane, Margai ' t Peek, Claire Dawson. Wilma Dick. Iretta Pence. Wanita Wolf. Row 5 Mary Matsoukes. Virginia Lee Johnson, Kathryn Harrold. Mary Alice Leaming, Pauline Biggs, Grace Tidholm, Margaret Blaney, Gladys Sheets, Eva Lee Holt, Helen Rowland, Laura Bartz, Mary Mahnke, Lois Wharton, Kathleen McGillicuddy, Annabelle Hinkle. Christine Lindall, Lucille Gifford. Row H Frances Rader. Pauline Ruge, Violet Blachly. Dorothy Noonan. Muriel Green, Martha Field. Betty Ross. Ruth Logan. Ethel Johnson, Virginia Dick, Mary Dye. Elizabeth Urschel. Betty Kriston, Marjorie Field. Louise Goddai ' d, Betty Buifington, Jac(iueline Sievers. Marie Blocker. Virginia Myers, Mona Jane Wilson, Helen Kriston, Mildred Shideler, Berniece Groves, Maxine Minger, Mary Durand. Thlrtv-five FOOTLIGHT MASQUERADERS Bottom: Mr. Conkling: — Sponsor. Evelyn Stupeck, Mary Deal. Lenorc Wells. Irvin Bernhardt. Mary Grep:ory, Marcella Osborne, Sabina Brzuskiewicz, Jeanette Struve. RoHand Burkhart, Holland Humphrey. Edna Plummer. Marji ' aret Kindt, Bet tie Wark, Helen Quinn, Frances Miller. Mar caret Carnahan. Elizabeth Urschel, Lucille Glfford. Mildred Shideler, Miriam Cox. Robert Shedd, Richard Maudlin. Foster West. Rogrer Moody. Thomas Gannon. Lloyd Hamacher. Vernon Marrell, Ethel Johnson, Vera Snow, Irene Pivarnik. Dorothy Haj en. FOOTLIGHT MASQUERADERS Footlight Masqueraders . . . Plenty of action . . . Plays in gym . . . Funny plays, clever plays, farces, semi-classical plays . . . Much new talent discovered . . . Bud Marrell becomes Doormat . . . Irvin Bernhardt, Judge . . . Mary Gregory, Queen . . . Mary Deal, Princess . . . Plays — Red Lamp, Diabolical Circle. Silence, Please, Mock Trial, Doormat, Ghost Story, I Knoiv George Washington, Women Folks, The Rector . . . Paint and powder flies before plays . . . Dress rehearsals run true to form . . . Pantomine . . . Projects — constructing stages . . . Dressing dolls as charac- ters . . . Rise to all occasions . . . Save senior finances . . . Director, Mr. Conkling . . . President, Irvin Bernhardt . . . Vice-president, Elizabth Urschel . . . Secretary, Mary Deal . . . Treasurer, Evelyn Stupeck. " SILENCE PLEASE " Lloyd Hamacher. Beltie Wark, Edna Plummer Dorothy Hagen. " DIABOLICAL CIRCLE " Irvin Bernhardt, Maragaret Carnahan. Thirty-six STAMP CLUB Row 1 Bottom : Mr. Jessee — Sponsor. Row 2 Alden Ridj eway. Robert Sands, Richard Lamprecht, Robert Lipptnan. Eric Book. Row 3 Annabelle Hinkle, Laura Mae Conley, Polly Wheeler, La Verne Annis. STAMP CLUB Stamp Club . . . New to V. H. S. . . . Organized by Mr. Jessee, Prin- cipal, upon suggestion of the the Senior Stamp club . . . Few members, but enthusiastic . . . Many stamps collected . . . Foreign countries repre- sented . . . Much interest . . . Officers, President, Richard Lamprecht . . . Secretary, Robert Lippman. OCTETTE Octette . . . Mrs. Myers ' chief diversion . . . South Bend Teachers ' Association Program . . . Freshman made the grade — Willard Justice . . . Carroll Miles, sophomore . . . Juniors, Sally Stapleton, Virginia Lee John- son, Maurice Dittman, Jane Adele Fabing . . . Seniors, Elizabeth Urschel, Harold Brown . . . Sang at Women ' s Club, Convocation . . . Special pro- grams . . . Funeral of the late Mr. C. W. Boucher . . . Many hours of practice . . . Accompanist, Joe Sheeks. OCTETTE Harold Brown, Carroll Miles, Elizabeth Urschel, Viry inia Lee Johnson, Sarah Jane Stapleton, Jane Adele Fabing. Willard Justice. Maurice Dittman. Thirty-seven GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB Row 1 Bottom: Margaret Blaney. A nes Hauerty. Ruth Lindner. Martha Rose, Edna Plummer, Mary Gregory, Marcella Osborne. Sabina Brzuskiewkz. Elizabeth Urschel, Sarah Jane Stapleton, Dorothy Haij:en. Jeanette Holzer. Oneita Hi ll, Marjorie Witner, Betty Detlefs. Row 2 Marian Beach. Rosalee Totton. Lois Andres. Lenora DeGrazia, Ruth Larson, Marjorie Field, Mar- garet Miller. Helen Mae Adams, Lorraine Johnson, Dorothy Rex, Lenore Wells, Jane Getzini?er, Eulalia Osborne. Violet Blachly, Mar.ua ret Peek, Ruth Evans. Pauline Witner, Delores Cheney. Row 3 Lois Hildreth, Miriam Cox. Virginia Porter. Anna Stofepa, Mar aret Johnson. Anna Wilscam, Marjorie Ference. Jane Adele FabinM;. Bernice Maxwell, Helen Meade, Katherine Blaney, Gen- evieve Jun johan, Clara Crum. Rosalie Falls, Maxine Ebersold. Berneice Groves. Row 4 Alice Keuhl. Eeva Lee Holt, Constance Williamson, Viola Wheeler. Marjorie Dunlap. Alene John- son, Pauline Church, Jean Berlin, Joyce Knapp, Mildred Blackburn, Norma Gentz, Dorothy Severin, Mildred Zulich, Helen Louise McKay, Irene Cites. Row 5 Phyllis Hardesty, Virj nnia Lee Johnson, Jean Mohnsen, Martha Fields, Alice Saar, Shirley Sullivan. Rose Mary Griswold, Lena Manajio, Mary Johnson, Ruby Ogden, Katheryn Walsh — deceased, Evelyn Weiler. Evaline Kuss, Gladys Miller. Row 6 Arlene Jones. Barbara Alice Muster. Grace Whit comb, Laurel Zimmerman, Berniece Paika, Marian Donley, Gladys Ha le. Frances Rader. Roberta Madaus, June Westbay, Mildred Hollands- worth, Iretta Pence, Hai-riet D ' lugai, Beverly Knapp, Evelyon Piper, Mildred Plummer, Rose Mary Walsh. GLEE CLUBS Fifty-six boys and ninety-eight girls . . . Entertainers for convoca- tion . . . Christmas Party (mixed) . . . Excitement runs high when leads in operetta, " Patience, " are chosen . . . Elizabeth Urschel and Vernon Marrell are winners . . . What! Glee Club again? . . . Moans and groans rise from Music Room . . . Officers of Girls ' — President, Sally Stapleton . . . Secretary, Lenore Wells . . . Treasurer, Dorothy Hagen . . . Boys ' offi- cers — President, Roger Moody . . . Secretary, Robert Shedd . . . Treasurer, Vernon Marrell. BOYS ' GLEE CLUB Row 1 Bottom : Charles Johnson, Howard McKean, Firman Dickinson. Ralph Wilson, Clayton Mason, Maurice Dittman, Robert Shedd, Roger Moody, Vernon Marrell, Chester Mohnsen, Alfred Noyes, Carroll Miles. Harold Bi ' own, Wayne Frakes, Gus Combis. Row 2 Jerome Pinkus, Wallace Wilson, Ludwi Kueck, D wight Winchell, Paul Hollandsworth. Dorland Spencer, Willard Justice, Robert Affeld, Joseph Sheeks, Arleigh Johnson, Myron Basinger. Orval Lute, Charles Lambert. Row 3 Dean Miller, Gillett Magnuson. Floyd Biggs, Glenn Hyatt, Paul Reibly, Lane Schau. Bud Knapp, William O ' Brien. Bernard Phillips, Howard Vauter, Robert Muster, Arthur Williamson. William Sheets. Row 4 Russell Siler, Clyde Phillips, Ralph Tomlinson, Elmer Proffitt, Clarence Griswold, Lawrence Ponader. Paul Garrison. Harold Trapp, Edgar Witner, William Billings. David Gott, Richard Lamprecht, Ralph Chester. William Peters. Thirty-eight J®- s J BAND Row 1 Bottom : Yeara Musselman, Marian Beach. Mariangeneen Helvie, Caroline Wise, Trisman Brown. Maurice Dittman. Autrust Breitbarth. Merideth Hinkle. Robert Arnold. Buddy Lutz. Wayne Gifford. Row 2 Adolph Nielsen. Thomas Frame, Maxine McNeely, Lillian Williams, Laura Bartz. James Row- land, James Stoner, William Hardesty, Jerome Pinkus, Polly Wheeler. Row 3 John Porter. Allen Johnson, Stanley Walber C. Earl Deal, Irene Timm, Kieth Brown, Hyland Fulton, Raymond Handschy, Mona Jane Wilson. Row 4 Jeanette French. Betty Dobbins. Dorothy Magid. Joe Smisek, Russel Siler, Helen Rowland, Roll and Burkhart. Leo Clifford, Harold Keehn. Row 5 Doris Lutz, Christine Lindall, Mary Alice Leamlny, Doris Eckley, Frederick Skinner, John Williams, Teddy Makovsky, Harry LaForce. Row 6 Joe Brown, Wallace Wilson, Howard Krieger, Robert Ulsh. Donald Fitch, Campbell Kane, Carl Wood, Ralph Keehn, William Wells, Robert Hurley, Marilyn Ludolph. BAND AND ORCHESTRA Boom — Boom — Boom ! And he played on his big bass viole . . . ap- peared at " Honor Bright " . . . Practice distracts 108 and 110 . . . Band contests . . . Class B, first in state . . . Evanston, placed second, national . . . Played at Century of Progress . . . Concerts . . . Basketball, football games . . . Special lessons every week . . . Drum Major, Yeara Musselman . . . Bucci, energetic, temperamental driver . . . SUCCESS! ORCHESTRA Row 1 Bottom: Jeanette French, Campbell Kane. Harry LaForce, Richard Lamprecht, Jessie Swanson, Pauline Big ' s. Row 2 Caroline Wise, Laura Bartz, Mona Jane Wilson, Doris Lutz, Mary Alice Leaming, Mona Eick, Betty Lane, Louise Birl holz. Row 3 Helen Rowland, Mr. Bucci — Dix-ector, Polly Wheeler, Robert Ulsh, Wallace Wilson, Jerome Pinkus, James Stoner. Thlrty-i SENIOR PLAY Row 1 Sittinjj;: EliKabeth Urschel, Pegyy Carton; Lenore Wells, Mrs. Barrington ; Frances Miller, Honor Bright : Vernon Marrell. Richard Barring-ton ; Dorothy Hagen, Tot Marvel. Row 2 David Hollett. Simpson ; Holland Burkhart, Michael : Lloyd Hamacher, Foster; Robert Shedd, Rev. Schooley ; Roger Moody. Bishop Cai ' ton ; Mareella Osborne, Annie ; Richard Maudlin, Watts ; Edna Plummer, Maggie ; Thomas Gannon. Bill Drumm ; Eugene Pinkerton, Jones. SENIOR PLAY " Honor Bright " . . . Wintry blasts . . . Four weeks of ups and downs . . . Steady grind, night and morning . . . Dress rehearsal flop . . . Play, huge success . . . Proceeds added to Valenian fund. OPERETTA Patience, Bunthorne ' s Bride . . . Gilbert, Sullivan . . . Light opera . . . Satire on style of Oscar Wilde . . . Art class design posters . . . Gym be- comes English estate of Bunthorne, scene of play . . . Dress rehearsal . . . Matinee, grade children fill gym . . . Financial success . . . Money for music department . . . Patience, Elizabeth Urschel . . . Bunthorne, James Bell . . . Bunthoi ' ne ' s Solicitor, Maurice Dittman . . . Grosvenor, Vernon Marrell . . . Lady Angela, Virginia Lee Johnson . . . Lady Saphir, Rosalee Totten . . . Lady Ella, Virginia Porter . . . Lady Jane, Sally Stapleton . . . Colonel, Alfred Noyes . . . Major, Roger Moody . . . Lieutenant, Harold Brown . . . Choruses, Boys ' , Girls ' Glee Clubs. OPERETTA Row 1 Bottom: Sally .Staiielton. Virginia Porter. Virginia Lee Johnson, Elizabeth Urschel, Rosalee Totten. How 2 James Bell, Roger Moody, Vernon Marrell, Alfred Noyes, Harold Brown, forty CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Standing-: David Hollett, Rolland Buikhait, Eujdrene Pinkerton, Robert Shedd. James Snow. Lester Barkley, Jack Fulton. Bettie Wark, James Evans, Mr. Conkling— Director, Vernon Marrell, Helen Quinn. Margaret Carnahan, Lucille CifFord. Mildred Shideler, Lenore Wells. Miriam Cox, Marcella Osborne, Evelyn Stupeck, Vera Snow, Irene Pivarnik, Grace Fillwock, Edna Plummer, Mary Gregory, Martha Field, Jeanette Holzer, Jane Gannon, Janet Wilson, Margaret Tofte. Margaret Kindt, Bernice Maxwell, Wilma Dick. Kathryn Harrold. Lawrence Ponader, Jean Wilson, Mary Alice LeaminK. DeForest Dye. Foster West, Richard Maudlin, Irvin Bernhardt, Dorothy Hagen, Allen White, RoKer Moody, Thomas Gannon. Seated: Lloyd Hamacher. Mary Deal. Child: Joanne Murphy. CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Big mid-year event . . . All school children take part . . . Grades prac- tice in buildings . . . Brought across town for group practice . . . Banta — comedy, Mickey Mouse, turtles, ducks, rabbits, chickens . . . Columbia — Christmas in colors . . . Central — Christmas fairies, snow flakes . . . Gard- ner — Christmas in rythm, bells . . . Jr. High — human Christmas tree, 125 girls . . . Very spectacular . . . Christmas carols . . . High School Masquer- aders — " The Adoration " . . . Story of the Christ Child . . . Gifts of the Magi . . . Surpassed all previous efforts . . . Boy Scouts lead Christmas tree scaff ' old with baskets . . . 2000 participate . . . Gymnasium crowded to capacity. ANGEL GABRIEL Lenore Wells CHARITY PROJECT BOY AT INN Dorothy Hagen Forty-one MAY FESTIVAL Big spring feat . . . Staged by Girls ' Physical Education De- partment . . . Composed of fire dance . . . Flood lights . . . Red, yellow, brightly coloi ' ed scarfs interpreting fire. Maypole . . . Costumes in pastel shades . . . Gracefidly ivinding strecLmers. Tap dancers . . . Sixteen tapsters . . . Paterit leather ensemble . . . " We ' re got rhythm " . . . Niyn- ble . . . Hop, shuffle-ball change, step. Val ' po rollers . . . Agile . . . Fear- less . . . Sprightly . . . Rolls . . . Pil} ' at}iids . . . Head-stands . . . Hand-springs . . . Cartwheels . . . Back-bends . . . Flips . . . Dives . . . Swan-dives . . . Arches. Tripping the light fantastic Ziegfeld follies aspirants . Gracefulness. Black-faced, comedians . . . Frol- icsome stunts . . . Hilarious an- tics . . . Negro ?nelodies. Human centipede ■ . ■ Grotesque . . . Comical . . . Rival of the ele- phant and giraffe of previous years. AWARDS BEACH AWARD Oldest award . . . Most all-around boy . . . Gold watch . . . Presented to Harold Keehn. TRI KAPPA AWARD Given to most outstanding Senior girl . . . Ten dollars . . . Ruth Sanford. DELTA THETA TAU Athletic award ... To girl outstanding in physical education department . . . Ten dollars in gold . . . Mildi-ed Seymour. TYPICAL BOY AND GIRL Selected by students . . . Represents charac- teristics deemed most desirable . . . Haiold Keehn and Ruth Sanford. VALENIAN AWARDS Monograms to members of staff . . . Recog- nition of service . . . Allwyn Williamson, Ruth Sanford, Virginia Frederick, Jean Green, Ed- ward Keene, Mary Frances Moreland, Clyde Maxwell, Elizabeth Arnold, Adolph Nielsen. VICTOR TILTON AWARD Ira C. Tilton . . . Donor of Victor Tilton Memorial Award . . . Outstanding in athletics, especially baseball . . . Harry .Johnson. CLUB AWARDS German Club, Esther Nehring, Eric Andres . . . Science Club, Helen Filgiano, Aaron Brown, Hyland Fulton . . . Better Speech, Harry Johnson, Esther Nehring . . . Nature, Kathryn Frederick, George Kriston . . . Domes- tic Science, Bertha Kutschide . . . Hi-Y, Harold Keehn, John Williams . . . Girl Reserves, Mar- jorie Clifford, Jenelle Thatcher, Ruth Sanford, Dorothy Hagen, Ruth Thatcher, Martha Field, Ann Maulsby, Helenrae Adams . . . Latin, Mary Hari ' old, Janet Stoner . . . Dramatics, senior play, Helen Filgiano, Ruth Sanford, Keith Brown, Frederick Skinner, Frederick Wheeler, Jess Wheeler, Harry Johnson, Rich- ard Field. POETRY CONTEST Sponsored by Women ' s Club . . . Silver lov- ing cup . . . Vidette Messenger . . . Berneice Brown . . . Second honors . . . Evelyn Kuss . . . Book of poems. £S5 INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION ([Certificate uf Atuart Z } s Sb Zo Ctrtifn " (TliaL IHS V A IEHI A S V al p a r al ao Jtlgii Soiiool or galpa r al»o — was awarded . Seaond in the Claaa_XII_ Dlgjalon of the-JJSZ Tear BookL Cent: Signed: 9 t ' i ' ui- ' tA.AJ Execucive Secretary Uiutd al iht cffue of tbt F efvtite Sftrclarj of tht Indian High Scboal Prrii Atiotialion, Franklm Colltge. Franktia. indiatti. Date — Se pt a nb a r X, 1 9 5 3 S=3E W INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION (Hcrtifiratc uf Ahiarh (Lljia 31s ITo Ccrtifti ' ffl|al_ 01 ' Valijjiraiso ili.rh School was awarded. f.i r s t .test c; lt(53. in rhe Class III ;! ' ;w ' ;iia; er Co; Signed: Executive Secretary Uiutd at tbt office of tbt Extailitt Strrtlary of ibr Indian t High School Preii Asioeialion, Franklin Col ege. Frank in. lidiana. nor S(yit».:i:er 1, 19B3 E S= E MUSIC AWARDS Double Quartet, James Bell, Harold Wojalin, Harold Brown, Sarah Jane Staple- ton, Marjorie Claudon . . , Band, Special Merit Award, Gild Pin, Jeanette Frence, Hyland Fulton, Lillian Williams, John Williams, Jeanette French, Frederick Skinner, Rolland Burkhart, Caroline Wise, Laura Bartz, Mary Alice Learning, Yeara Mussel- man, Christine Lindall, Ralph Keehn, Robert Ulsh, Carl Wood, Thomas Frame, Mona Jane Wilson, James Rowland, Maxine Mc Neely, Harry La Force, Maurice Dittman, Kieth Brown, James Stoner . . . Orchestra, Pauline Biggs, Helen Rowland. SCHOLASTIC AWARDS Monograms for students with superior grades for the year . . . Requirements — ten or more points per grading period . . . Highest number, Lucille Gilford, 13.83 . . . Louise Goddard, Jean Allett, Claire Dawson, Mona Jane Wilson, Hyland Fulton, Blanche Martinal, James Stoner, Thelma Wertman, Joanne Bartholomew, Adelaide Martinal, Irene Pivarink, Ralph Suesse, Lenore Wells, Esther Nehring, Pauline Witner, Eric Andres, Marjorie Claudon, Vernon Leslie, Maxine McNeely, Ruth San- ford, Joseph Walas, Caroline Wise, Mary Deal, Mabel Field, Mary Gant, Norma Gentz, Ruth Van Winkle. SPECIAL SERVICE AWARDS Special service for Senior Class, Richard Field, Harry Johnson. ATHLETICS Football . . . Varsity, Lettermen, Ralph Baker, Lester Barkley, Howard Brown, Stanley Flowers, William Forney, Ray Jankowski, Harold Keehn, Robert Koble, Wil- liam Lightcap, Adolph Nielsen, Howard Powell, Roland Sievers, James Spooner, Ralph Suesse, John Shaw — Manager . . . Monograms . . . Marvin Carlson, Robert Christopher, John Clark, Jack Futon, Joseph Hartley, Courtney Holt, Charles Hoover, Ralph Keehn, George Kriston, Howard Longshore, John McBride, George Miller, Eugene Pinkerton, William Pinkerton, Walter Rayder, Eugene Shook, James Snow, Foster West, Arthur Smith . . . Golf . . . Letters, Howard Powell, Howard Tidholm, John McBride, Robert Burke, Kenneth Sellers, Robert Christopher, Tumblers . . . Monograms, Robei ' t Brady, Edwin Bond, William Jessen, Eugene Pinkerton, John Horak, David Hollett, Mott Corcoran, Russell Marquart, Richard Maudlin, Joseph Walas, Charles Beach, Lloyd Dunn . . . Baseball . . . Monograms, Ralph Baker, Clay- ton Davidson, William Forney, Jack Grey, James Hetzel, Samuel Linkimer, Courtney Holt, Ray Jankowski, Gilbert Johnson, Robert Koble, George Kriston, George Miller, Ralph Suesse, Maurice Dittman, Paul Garrison — Manager . . . Baseketball . . . Letters given to first scjuad . . . Clayton Davidson, William Forney, Jack Grey, James Hetzel, Raymond Jankowski, Harold Keehn, Robert Koble, William Lightcap, Howard Powell, James Spooner, Howard Tidholm . . . Seniors receive sweaters, Clayton Davidson, Harold Keehn, James Hetzel, William Lightcap, Howard Powell, James Spooner, Jack Grey . . . Monograms, Ralph Baker, Robert Christopher, Courtney Holt, Howard Long- shore, Jack Mahon, Brice McCann, Maurice Mead, George Miller, John Shaw, Gene Shook, Ralph Suesse, John McBride, Lester Barkley and Gilbert Johnson — Managers. Forty-fo Athletics . . . Prominent extra curricular activities . . . Sports for every boy and girl . . . Basketball in the spotlight. ATHLETICS • • • Forty-five Boucher Gym . . . School hours . . . Student trans ' iiortation . . . Fair and ivarmer. • • • Tumblers ' equi ' pment . . . Hi-Y reminder . . . Steps — Section I. • • • Cage Court . . . Spectators ' gal- lery . . . Nature ' s lighting sys- tem. Grid aspirants . . . " Touch " . Noon sport . . . " Hip-1-2-3. " GREEN AND WHITE Oh, G)-een and White arise to glory To summits of envied fame. Fight on every field and never yield, Exalting you) ' honored name. RAH! RAH! RAH! Vikings marching on to vieto)-y With courage and pluck and hraivn. Fight! Fight! Gi ' cen and White, now win the day; Then on to victoi ' y, Valpo on. ATHLETICS Kept on high plane in V. H. S. . . . Pilots, Coach Ralph Powell and Miss Helen Schudel . . . Every opportunity, consistent with reason, given to students . . . Aim to take care of everyone and not a few . . . Girls ' ath- letics entirely within our school . . . Boys ' sports, interscholastic . . . Great variety of sports offered . . . Boys, football, basketball, baseball, tumbling, golf . . . Girls, basketball, volley ball, soccer, archery, tennis, tumbling, track, baseball, ping-pong, horseshoes, tap-dancing. Forly-severr FOOTBALL Row 1 Bottom : Ralph Keehn, Joseph Dye, Earle Stone, Charles Beach, Robert Christopher. Jack Fulton, Robert Masterson, Charles Hoover. Went worth Stone, Karlton Kline. Harry Lane, Adoli)h Jankowski, John Birch, Josejih Curtis. James Daly, Row 2 Edji ' ar Witner. William Burke. Brice McCann, Courtney Holt. Marvin Carlson, James Snow, Georue Kriston. Leonard Kraft, George Miller. Joe Hartlev. Kenneth Sellers, Harrison Baker, Ray Clifford, Robert Cole. Paul Garrison. Row Z Kenneth Rhoda, Robert Wilson, Euy:ene Shook, Arthur Smith, William Forney. Ray Jankowski, Howard Brown, John Clark, Robert Koble, Lester Barkley, Stanley Flowers. Ralph Suesse. Raljih Baker, John McBride, Alden Ridgeway, Clayton Mason. Ralph Powell — Coach, FOOTBALL 1933 Practice starts two weeks before school opens . . . Whew I is it hot . . . Squad practices in trunks . . . Somebody get some water . . . Squad grows as football aspirants are rounded up . . . Reaches new high of 45 . . . Six lettermen back along with last year ' s second team gridders . . . Hopes for winning season run high . . . LIniforms given out . . . New, by the way . . . Koble gets a new pair of No. 12 ' s . . . Blisters from new shoes . . . New parts very stiff . . . Still hot . . . All right, boys, on the ball . . . Three times up and down the field . . . Tongues hanging out on second lap . . . Who ' s first over the goal line . . . " Streaky " Sellers wins the crocheted bicycle . . . Blocking and tackling practice . . . Rivalry for positions run high . . . Wanted, a punter . . . Clark and Forney fill the bill . . . Rensselear, Vikings ' first victim . . . Baker ' s toting highlight of game . . . Reserves show power . . . Baker and Forney score . . . New plays and more drill . . . Vikings look improved while downing Crown Point . . . Fifield only menace . . . Stopped mainly by Art Smith . . . Vikings do plenty of advancing . . . Score once in third . . . Week of intensive drill for arch-rivals, the Slicers . . . Gritty Vikings hold heavy Slicers to 8-0 win . . . Great backing up of a fighting line by Smith and Baker . . . Suesse just misses a score . . . Official rules he stepped out-of-bounds . . . Preparation for Jeff . . . They came . . . They conquered . . . They went . . . Valpo has off day . . . Reason . . . Too many crows . . . Powell puts on the pressure . . . " Get Scroggin ' s, " motto . . . Vikings end losing streak and Hobart dominance 6-0 . . . Scroggins suc- cessfully throttled . . . Great blocking by line . . . Spectacular running by Fourth doivn! . . . Rensselaer 13-0 . . . Victory for Valparaiso. " ' gt ■ ' M v %tij .. Forty-eight Watch that pass, Vikhigs! backs . . . Nice punting by Clark . . . Score comes witli guard Kriston on the right end of a free ball . . . Also great work by Sellers and Holt . . . Hammond Tech next . . . Lucky last year . . . Too much first quarter . . . Tech scores 20 points in the aforesaid spasm . . . Vikings stiffen . . . Turn to passes . . . They click, but to no avail . . . Final score 27-6 . . . Intensive preparation to close season in glory . . . Slaughter Lowell in final periods, 20-0 . . . Baker runs 75 yards through center of line for first tally . . . McBride, the workhorse, scores the second . . . Pass, Suesse to Jankowski . Barkley, Clark, Flowers, Kriston, Snow, do First winning season since revival of football for Baker, Barkley, Clark, Flowers, Jankowski, Suesse, and West . . . The lineup was . . . Left end, Ralph Suesse ; left tackle, Stanley Flowers ; left guard, Lester Barkley or George Kriston ; center. Bob Koble ; right guard, John Clark ; right tackle, Howard Brown or James Snow ; right end, Rav Jankowski ; quarter- back. Bill Forney; left half, John McBride; right half. Art Smith; full- back, Ralph Baker . . . Great chances for a successful season next year . . . Forney, Koble, Smith, Brown, and Sellers back . . . Also strong reserve team which saw service this year. clicks for third marker great work in the line in 1929 . . . Last game Kriston, McBride, Snow, FOOTBALL SCHEDULE AND SCORES Here Rensselaer There Crown Point There LaPorte Here Jeff of Lafayette There Hobart Here Hammond Tech Here Lowell Valpo 13 Valpo 6 8 Valpo 25 Valpo Valpo 6 26 Valpo 6 Valpo 20 Second tea ' rn carries on. Forty-nine Robert Koble . . . Center . . . Junior . . . Work-horse . . . 157 points. John McBride . . . Guard . . . Senior . . . Flashy ... 54 points. • • e Ralph Baker . . . Guard . . . Senior . . . Scrappy ... 22 points. Ray Jankowski . . . Forward . . . Senior . . . Hot Shot ... 89 points. Howard Tidholm . . . Forward . . . Senior . . . Lanlvy ... 23 points. William Forney . . . Forward . . . Junior . . . Dead Eye . . . 117 points. Ralph Suesse . . . Guard . . . Senior . . . Dependable ... 14 points. George Miller . . . Forwai ' d . . . Junior . . . Lefty ... 22 points. Courtney Holt . . . Guard . . . Sophomore . . . Reserve ... 87 points. Howard Longshore . . . For- ward . . . .Junior . . . Hod ... 2 points. • • • Kenneth Sellers . . . Guard . . . Junior . . . Strealv.v ... 2 points. Arthur Smith . . . Forward . . . Sophomore . . . Reserve ... 14 points. VARSITY BASKETBALL Football fades out . . . Basketball has the limelight . . . Short lay-off for football players . . . Inexperienced material . . . Forney, Koble, Jan- kowski all that ' s left of last year ' s first ten . . . Big turn-out . . . Drill on fundamentals . . . First cut . . . Great rivalry for positions . . . Build team around the three lettermen . . . Twelve men survive second cut . . . Groom first five for initial game . . . Forney, Koble, Jankowski, Baker, Suesse, starters . . . Overtime loss to strong North Judson quint . . . Koble shows power . . . Some tough practice . . . Worthwhile . . . Down Slicers, 17-15 . . . First conference game . . . Enter Yablononski and company . . . Ham- mond triumphs . . . General shakeup . . . New combination downs Roose- velt, 21-20 . . . Loses to Whiting next evening . . . Regain confidence with win . . . Down Washington, 20-19 in a wild and woolly game . . . Forney has tussle with the " General " . . . Tidholm breaks into lineup . . . Team clicks to down Elkhart, 15-14 in thrilling game . . . Start the new year with a loss . . . Alas . . . Froebel clicks to sink Vikings, 26-20 . . . Another great shakeup . . . Revamped team has fight but loses a heart-breaker . . . Koble goes to town, but to no avail . . . Emerson wins in overtime, 30-27 . . . Journey to Gary . . . Horace Mann invites us over, but won ' t let us play with the ball . . . Result 26-11 . . . Horsemen . . . Another sad memory . . . Hammond ' s match-box 21-86 . . . Team picks up . . . Down Roughrid- ers, 19-15 in hot contest . . . Vikings versus Senators . . . Weirdest game in many moons . . . Refs read up on rules, call every known foul and some unknown ones . . . Fans in upi ' oar . . . Vikings out bucket them but Sena- tors win on free throws . . . Miller struts his stuff . . . Team slumps again . . . Four losses in a row . . . Whiting, Froebel, Emerson, and Michigan City . . . Another reorganization . . . Suesse and Baker break into lineup again . . . Inspired Vikings teach Horsemen a lesson . . . Triumph, 21-17 . . . Last game at Winamac . . . Valpo comes through in overtime, 19-18 . . . Exit regular season . . . Prepare for tournaments. TOURNAMENTS Strenuous practice . . . Pick squad . . . County teams think this is their year . . . More practice . . . Boone Grove first victim, 33-7 ... No match for Vikings . . . Down Chesterton next in early morning game, 19-15 . . . Vikings a little sleepy . . . Victorious in feature game of tourney . . . Sink Wheeler in semi-finals, 29-24 . . . Jankowski warms up . . . Play Crowii Point in finals . . . Jankowski torid . . . Drub Hub City five, 26-17 . . . Valpo ' s sectional slate still clean. Prepare for tough regional . . . Slogan — Beat Michigan City . . . Valpo the underdogs . . . Hammond wins first game in walkaway . . . Imps and Vikings hook up in second game of afternoon . . . Michigan City ' s giants get surprise . . . Brains triumph over brawn . . . Thrilling game has fans in uproar . . . Team fights with every ounce of power . . . Final score, 26-24 Valpo . . . Final game between Hammond and Valpo more thrilling than afternoon scrap . . . Hammond takes early lead . . . Fighting, pull up to a 17-17 tie at end of half . . . Crowd in frenzy . . . Schulte dumps in a bucket . . . Valpo unable to duplicate . . . Final score, 19-17 Hammond . . . Thus ends the V. H. S. hardwood season . . . Finale for McBride, Jankowski, Tidholm, Baker, and Suesse. Fifly-two SECOND TEAM (Reserves) Seated : Carroll Sheets, Courtney Holt. Kenneth Rhoda. Arthur Smith. Adolph Jankowski, Clarence Fisher. Robert Masterson. Standing : John Shaw, Earle Stone, Cami:ibell Kane. Brice McCann. Edgar Whitner, Wallace Blake. V. H. S. RESERVES Reserves . . . The baby Vikings . . . Next year ' s varsity material . . . A scrappy bunch of youngsters . . . All freshmen and sophomores . . . Play a fast and polished game of basketball . . . Furnish the varsity with plenty stiff opposition in practice sessions . . . Sometimes too tough . . . Going to produce plenty of height . . . Kane wel l over six feet . . . Shaw, Stone, McCann, Witner all near two yard mark . . . Growing like weeds, Smith, Holt, Blake, and Jankowski . . . Speed merchants . . . The lineup . . . Forwards, Smith, scrappy . . . McCann, lanky . . . Jankowski, dead eye, it runs in the family . . . Shook, trick shot artist . . . Center, Shaw, pivot shot specialist . . . Guards, Holt, hot-shot . . . Blake, shifty . . . Stone, sec- ond Koble . . . Holt high point man with Blake taking second position . . . Being groomed for varsity berths next year . . . Team has good record . . . Won twelve, lost eight . . . Play in plenty fast company . . . Win two Boone Grove varsity . . . Drop one to Wanatah varsity . . . Take Roosevelt twice . . . Split with Hammond, Whiting, Washington, Froebel . . . Play triple overtime at Roosevelt, E. C. . . . Reach peak at Winamac . . . Last game . . . Walk all over opponents for thirty to twelve victory . . . Holt, Shaw, and Blake go to town . . . C team swamped Boone Grove ' s B ' s twice during season. RESERVE SCORES Valpo Opponents 24 ! Wanatah Varsity 18 LaPorte 19 Hammond 21 Boone Grove Varsity Valpo Opponents 15 Roosevelt, E. C. 13 Whiting 16 Washington, E. C 17 Elkhart 24 Froebel 12 Emerson 34 Here 18 12 Here 18 18 Here 17 12 Here 18 14 There 17 19 Here 17 18 There 16 12 Here 13 26 There 22 24 Here 30 Hammond 23 There Roosevelt, E. C. 12 Here Washington E. C. 14 Here Whiting 16 There Froebel 11 Here Emerson 33 There Michigan City 15 Here Horace Mann 18 Here Boone Grove Varsity 21 There Winamac 12 There Fifty-lhree BOYS ' NOONDAY LEAGUE Row 1 Bottom : Herbert Claudon. James Rowland. Jolm Porter, Leonard Kraft. William Wells, Gilbert Butler. Mr. Powell Coach. Harold Trapp, Harold Swalstead, Campbell Kane, Byron Peck, Earl Deal. Wallace Jun!-!:johan. Clarence Griswold. Herbert Harshbarger. Row 2 Gerald Jones, Clifford Smith. Yeara Musselman, Dwi ht Winchell, Joseph Brown, Hilton Gramps, RoHand Hum] hrey, Benjamin Hirsch, Gilbert Jolmson, Allen White, Irvin Bernhardt, George Butterfield. Carroll Miles. How G Fred Scliroeder, Claience Fisher. Joseph Smisek, Howard Krieger, Robert AfTeld, Thomas Maulsby, Trisman Brown, Jan es Stoner, Bernard Phillips, Eug ene Pinkerton, Richard Maudlin, Lloyd Hamacher, Charles Wark, Wallace Blake. Row 4 Robert Sanz. Robert Lippman, Willard Justice. Lloyd Dunn, James Henry, Robert Kitchen, John Snow. Harry LaForce. Lawrence Ponader, Rolland Burkhart. Paul Garrison. Edward Pratt. Howard Erea, Ketchel Crisp. NOONDAY LEAGUE The bell rings ... A rush to locker ensues ... A bite of a sandwich . . . Another rush to the gym ... A hurried change . . . Out on floor before 12:10 .. . Such is the life of a Noonday League Player . . . League under supervision of Coach Powell . . . Keen i-ivalry and thrilling games . . . Large group of spectators kept in uproar . , . Games are almost as thrill- ing as varsity games . . . Eight teams . . . Each plays two, seven game schedules . . . Each team consists of about nine players . . . League has total enrollment of 75 . . . Christopher takes first round ... Or might we say Davidson . . . Chi ' isty ' s center scores 121 points in seven games . . . Lose Da ' idson in second round . . . Second round ends in three-way tie . . . Christopher, Garrison, and Shedd . . . Garrison took Christopher . . . Shedd took Garrison to win second round of league . . . Winnei ' of first round played second round winner for league championship . . . Shedd up- sets Christopher . . . Wins free scoring match 6 to 5 . . . Shedd ' s champions are . . . Shedd, Mahon, Bond, Jones, Humphrey, and Bernhart. NOONDAY LEAGUE SCOPtES First Round Second Round Tea m TTV-H Lost Pet. Team Won Lost Pet. Christopher 7 1.000 Christopher 6 1 .857 Shedd 6 1 .857 Garrison 6 1 .857 Beach 5 2 .714 Shedd 6 1 .857 Wilson 4 • .571 Beach 3 4 .428 Lane 2 5 .285 Schroeder 3 4 .428 Schroeder 2 5 .285 Wilson 3 4 .428 Ponader 1 6 .143 Lane 1 6 .143 Garrison 7 .000 Ponader 7 .000 Fifty-four h. - SaBs2«fe; " .OXS ' S: ' sSCi- ' iai- BASEBALL 1933 Row 1 Bottom : Paul Garrison. Courtney Holt. George Miller, George Landgrebe, Howard Longshore, Ralph Suesse, Gilbert Johnson. Jack Gray. Harry Johnson. Maurice Ditt man— Manager. Row 2 Mr. Ralph Powell — Coach, James Hetzel, William Forney, Clayton Davidson, John Shaw, George Kriston, Samuel Linkimer. Robert Koble. Raymond Jankowski. BASEBALL 1933 The crack of a bat . . . Slide ! Slide ! . . . The smack of the ball into a mit . . . Yoooor out . . . Gwan you robber, get some specs . . . This is base- ball . . . That great old American pastime . . . Finances don ' t permit a very extensive season . . . Play seven games . . . Won four and lost three . . . Won two from LaPorte . . . Last game with Slicers a thriller . . . Pitchers battle between Grag and Tuber . . . Both speed ball artists . . . Heads-up, baseball wins for Vikings. The team . . . Catcher, Jim Hetzel and Ray Jankowski . . . Pitcher, Jack Gray . . . First base, Robert Koble . . . Second base, Courtney Holt . . . Shortstop, William Forney . . . Third base, Harry Johnson . . . Left field, Ralph Suesse . . . Center field, Clayton Davidson . . . Right field, Gilbert Johnson. Subs . . . First base, George Miller . . . Pitchers, Howard Longshore and George Landgrebe . . . Infielders, John Shaw and Sam Linkimer . . . Outfielders, George Kriston and Ralph Baker . . . Handy men and ball chasers, Paul Garrison and Maurice Dittman. BATTING AND FIELDING AVERAGES Batting A. B. R. Davidson, cf . . . 12 2 G. Johnson, rf . . 28 8 Hetzel. c 22 5 H. Johnson, 3b . 22 8 Koble, lb 19 Jankowski, c . . . 10 Forney, ss 20 Gray, p 22 Holt, 2b 15 Linkimer, 3b . . . 4 Baker, cf 1 Miller, lb 1 Suesse, If 21 H. Avg. 4 9 6 6 5 2 o O 2 1 .321 .273 .273 .263 .200 .150 .091 .067 .000 .000 .000 .238 Fielding P. 0. A. G. Johnson, rf . . 3 Suesse, If 6 1 Davidson, cf . . . 4 Holt, 2b 6 7 Koble, lb 47 3 Hetzel, c 35 5 Jankowski, c ... 14 3 Gray, p 6 19 Forney, ss 14 9 H. Johnson, 3b . 5 12 Linkimer, 3b . . . 1 1 Baker, cf Miller, lb E. Avg. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .980 .952 .944 .926 3 .885 4 .810 1 .667 .000 .000 Total 197 38 43 .318 Total 141 60 14 .935 Fifty-five Kenneth Sellers. Howard Tldholm, Bob Christopher, John McBrlde. Kenneth Sellers, John McBride. .4 ,s( ' . . . Teeing off What form. GOLF 1933 Golf . . . Minor sport in V. H. S. . . . Few always has good team . . . Played seven matches foui- . . . Lost three to strong Riley of S. B. team . men plaved in state tourney . . . Placed fourth out Lost N. ' L H. S. C. Championship to Riley of S strong Valpo U. team 9-3 . . . Won two matches 10-2 . . . Captain Powell had best percentage, dropping one. Burk won three and lost none . . three . . . Tidholm three and four . . . Sellers two participants . . . Valpo . . . Won three and lost . . May 20, Viking link- of thirtv-six schools . . . B. 8 J 2-3 1 2 . . . Defeat from LaPorte 11-1 and winning four matches, . Christopher three and and five. Members of team . . . Howard Powell, Robert Burk, seniors . . . Howard Tidholm, John McBride, Robert Christopher, juniors . . . Kenneth Sellers, sophomore. May 3 Valparaiso 3 Riley South Bend 9 There May 10 Valparaiso 9 Valparaiso ITnivei sity 3 Here May 18 Valparaiso Michigan City 9 There May 22 Valparaiso 4 Riley South Bend 8 Here May 24 Valparaiso 11 LaPorte 1 Here May 27 Valparaiso 10 LaPorte 2 There May 29 Valparaiso 31 2 Riley South Bend 8 2 Here TUMBLING Tumbling . . . An art as old as monkeys . . . V. H. S. tumblers best in Northern Indiana . . . Very popular . . . Supervised by Mr. J. B. Brown . . . Organized into a club . . . Timing and precision like clockwork . . . Always ready to give an excellent exhibition . . . Receive many compliments on their out-of-town appearances . . . Exhibitions this year . . . Washington East Chicago . . . Wanatah . . . C hicago University . . . DePaul-Valpo Uni- versity basketball game . . . Valpo High-Froebel game . . . Lake Theater, sponsored by Elks . . . Four team exhibition at LaPorte . . . Large audience applauds Viking team . . . Receive more than all others put together. rifiv-s GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ]iow 1 BOARD Pi ' esident : Gifford, Vice-president ; Row 2 Row 3 Bottom: Miss Schudel — Sponsor, Miklted Shideler, President: Lucill Ann Maulsby, Treasurer; Frances Miller. Secretary. Lois Andres, Social Chairman : Margaret Crisman, Basketball Chairman ; Helen Rowland, Tennis Manager; Mary Bay. Tumbling Manager; Catherine Jungjohan, Art Manager; Margaret Kindt, Scrapbook Manager. Margaret Tofte. Baseball Manager; Mona Jane Wilson, Volleyball Manager; Dorothy Hagen, Publicity Manager ; Helen Quinn. Soccer Manager : Jeanne Clifford. Archery Manager ; Dorothy Goddard. Track Manager ; Lillian ruth Ferrell, Noonday League Manager. G. A. A. BOARD G. A. A. Board activities . . . Influenced by the board . . . Board con- sists of Sponsor, Miss Schudel . . . Officers of club . . . President, Mildred Shideler; Vice-president, Lucille Gifford: Secretary, Frances Miller; Treasurer, Ann Maulsby . . . Management of each sport . . . Soccer, Helen Quinn ; archery, Jeanne Clifford ; tennis, Helen Rowland ; volleyball, Mona Jane Wilson; basketball, Margaret Crisman; tumbling, Mary Bay; track, Dorothy Goddard; baseball, Margaret Tofte; publicity, Dorothy Hagen; scrapbook, Grace Fillwock ; equipment, Polly Wheeler ; social, Lois An- dres; Noonday League, Lillianruth Ferrell. Duties of spoi ' t managers . . . Promote enthusiasm in their pai ' ticular sport . . . Make plans with adviser for contests and parties . . . Publicity manager, writes all publicity . . . Social, charge of all social functions . . . Scrapbook manager, cuts paper clippings, takes team and group pictures . . . Noonday League, charge of Noonday games . . . Equipment, keeps equipment in best of condition. Board meets, sponsor ' s office . . . Duty, considers the principles and details of all futui ' e events of organization . . . Electing new officers . . . Board nominates three candidates for each oflice . . . Otficers elected in April ... By ballot ... At regular meeting in May. Points earned by participating in these various sports ... To procure points . . . Being on squad . . . Play on winning team . . . Captainship . . . Semi-finals . . . As is listed on Point System . . . Perfect attendance . . . Maintaining good posture. Helen Schudel . . . Enthusiastic leader of girls ' sports . . . Originator of G. A. A. . . . Energetic. Fifty-seven GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Row 1 Bottom : Rosalee Tot ten. Helen Mead. Bonnie Mahon. Dorothy GoddaiU, Birdie Liyhtcai), Sarah Jane Stapleton. Mae Stein way, Rosemary Thompson. Maxine Ebersold. Pauline Bi TKs, Rena Thorgren. Gladys Farabee, Helen Bay. Mar aret Millci ' . Fiances Walsh, Matilda Storz, Jane Adele FabinK. Margaret Crisman. Frances Miller, Annabelle Hinkle. Row 2 Jeanette French, Kathryn Purdy, Lillian ruth Ferrell, Lois Andres. Jane GetzinKer, Claire Dawson, Miriam Cox, Juanita Sellers, Jean Tofte, Marjorie Ference, Mary Leachman, Lucille Gifford. Mildred Shideler. Alice Johnson. Ruth Ball. Maxine Beach, Delay ne Kumnick, Jean Mohnsen, Margaret Moe, Ann Maulsby. Mary Jane Gannon, Louise Go ldarfI. Rosalie Falls. Row o Margaret Jean Lindall. Betty Buffington, Phyllis Hardesty. Mar.Lraret MacFarlane, Mona Jane Wilson. Janet Wilson. Joanne Bartholomew, Mary Bay. Louise Frakes, Polly Wheeler, Irene Timm, Dorothy Kumnick, Ma rjorie Johnston, Lenora DeGrazia, Ruth Thatcher. Lillian Williams, AgTies Hagerty, Margaret Schultz. Cora Bast el. Jeanne Clifford. Row 4 Catherine Jungjohan, Jeanne Wilson. Margaret Tofte, Dorothy Evans, Bernice Schneider. Jean Morel and, Elizabeth Nielsen. Mable Field. Lenore Wells. Genevieve Jungjohan, Nora Bastel. Constance Williamson. Janet Stoner. Laura Bartz, Helen Rowland, Laurel Zimmerman, Mildred Zullch. Row 5 Gladys G rat ton, Berneice Brown. Pauline Ruge. Bette Stoddard, Margaret Kindt. Bettie Wark, Helen Quinn. Mary Dye. Ethel Johnson. Vera Snow, Frances Rader. Margaret Meagher, Mar- jorie Dunlaj). Christine Lindall, Roberta Koble. Row 6 Marjorie Buck, Mary Mahnke. Laura Mae Con ley, Bernice Maxwell, Caroline Wise, Kathleen McGillicuddy. Doris Lutz, Helen Jean Bart ., Edna Shideler, Bettylou Nichols, Allene Johnson, Grace Whitcomb, Ruth Powell, Matha Pomerov, Marjorie Stanton, Dorothy Hagen, Lois Wharton, Helen Tucinski. GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Organization . . . G. A. A. . . . Valparaiso High School . . . Four years ago . . . Direction under Miss Schudel. Purpose . . . Advance and direct girls ' athletics . . . Improve health of each girl . . . Create interest in all sports . . . Develop higher ideals. G. A. A. . . . Progressed rapidly . . . Opened to each girl a desire to have fun in diversified sports . . . Promoted dexterity . . . Gained each girl many long friendships . . . Developed individual ' s personality . . . Promot- ed leadership . . . Boasted idealism of girls ' athletics. Social functions . . . Soccer picnic, stunts, games played, tramping, much eating, weinie roast, big camp fire, much hilarious laughter, marsh- mallows burned . . . Volleyball Play Day, new friendships made, im- mense fun, attractive arrangement of color teams, interesting program after lunch . . . Snow fights, huge snow storm, dressed in heavy sweaters and boys ' trousers, socking of snowballs, rosy cheeks, snow forts built . . . Basketball banquet ; in library, tables form V, more formal affair, grand program, basketball speaker, dancing . . . May Festival ; Queen and her court, pastel colored evening gowns, gym looked beautiful, flowers, diff- erent type of dances, gymnastics. Fifty-eight •WiMaSBHirijw- j ' ■ ' ■ ' tWftiiHi;SWlM!yH B • • • VOLLEYBALL Row 1 Bottom: Gladys Gratton. Jean Moieland. Helen Jean Baitz, Delayne Kunmick, Kathryn Purdy, Bernice Schneider, Berneice Brown, Dorothy Kumnick, Irene Timm, Betty Buffiington. Phyllis Hardesty, Jean Mohnsen. Row 2 Pauline Witner, Alice Johnson, Maxine Beach. Helen Bay, Elizabeth Nielsen, Mable Field, Mildred Zulich, Marjorie Ference, Lillian Williams. Nora Bastel. Roberta Kobie. Row 3 Matilda Storz, Constance Williamson, Lillianruth Ferrell, Louise Frakes, Mary Bay, Gladys Miller, Ruth Powell, Helen Quinn. Jeanne Tofte, Margaret Tofte. Row 4 Margaret MacFarlane, Mona Jane Wilson, Lucille Gifford. Mildred Shideler, Genevieve Jungjo- han, Ag:nes Hagarty, Dorothy Goddard, Jeanne Wilson, Janet Wilson. Dorothy Evans. Row 5 Gladys Farabee, Claire Da son. Laura Bartz, Lois Andres, Pauline Biggs, Ann Maulsby, Marjorie Buck, Jane Getzini;er, Laurel Zimmerman, Cora Bastel, Marjorie Dunlap. Row 6 Berniece Maxwell, Doris Lutz, Christine Lindall. Gertrude Davidson, Ruth Dye. Helen Tucinski. VOLLEYBALL Time for sports voted on . . . All voted for volleyball . . . Two courts set up . . . New balls . . . Practice games . . . Teams chosen . . . Captains elected . . . Tournaments started. Final game between juniors and seniors . . . Class Tournaments . . . Juniors won . . . Teams as follows : Junior Team: Betty Buffington, Rosalee Totten, Roberta Koble, Dorothy Goddard, Jane Adele Fabing, Margaret Tofte, Bernice Maxwell, Dorothy Evans, Jeanette Fi ' ench, Mona Jane Wilson, Cora Bastel, Margaret Crisman. Senior Team : Mary Bay, Lucille Gifford, Helen Quinn, Miriam Cox, Jane Getzinger, Mildred Shideler, Bettie Wark, Grace Whitcomb, Laurel Zimmerman, Margaret Jean Lindall. JUNIOR TEAM Row I Bottom: Jeanette French. Row 2 Bernice Maxwell, Jane Adele Fabing, Margaret Tofte. Row 3 Mona Jane Wilson. Bettylou Nichols. Margaret Crisman. Row 4 Cora Bastel, Dorothy Evans, Rosalee Totten, Roberta Koble, Dorothy Goddard. SENIOR TE.AM Row I Bottom: Bettie Wark, Lucille Gifford, Mildred Shideler. Row 2 Louise Frakes, Mary er. Miriam Cox. y, Jane Getzing- Row 3 Margaret Jean Lmdall, ffelen Quinn. Fifty-n ' i T " ; ' SHWK!«aS ' " ' - ' ».;S sw TUMBLING Ann Maulsby, Laura Mae Conley . . . Knee stand . . . Agile . . . Dexterous . . . Serphomores. Tumbling elass . . . Final pyra- mid . . . Back-bends . . . Hand stands . . . Head stands . . . Shoulder balances . . . Su-an for- mation. • • • ARCHERY Archers — Hit that mark . . . Correct posture developed, . . . Accui ' ate marksmanship 20-30- UO . . . Bull ' s eye made. • • • The stvan, Catherine Jiingjohan Betty Jungjohan. The midget . . . Jeanne Clifford, Archery chair- man . . . Spotting the bull ' s eye. TRACK NOONDAY LEAGUE Roiv 1 Bottom: Genera Ma- nage, Caroline Wise, Ethel John- son, Mildred Seymour, Marga- ret Schram, Gladys Miller, Mar- iangeneen Helvie, Alice Johnson, Juanita Sellers, Beryl Ann Brownell. Row 2 Lois Maxwell, Ann Maitls- by, Margaret Crisman, Gertrude Davidson, Mildred Shideler, Mary Johnson, Berneice Brown, Polly Wheeler, Laura Mae Con- ley. Spri7iters . . . Jumpers . . . Race is on . . . Shideler conies in home. Pitchers of something . . . Tivin tossers . . . Am I happy . . . Must be a linger . . . Nora Bastel, Cora Bastel, Lillian)-iith F err el. Poosh ' em itp, Tony . . . D)-; land shtcffleboard . . . What a ludij . . . Put the shot . . . Jean Berlin, Pauline Church, Polly Wheeler. • • • JUNIOR SOCCER Row 1 Bottom: Mona Jane Wilson. Jean Mohnsen. Jane Adele Fabinq. Row 2 Bernice Maxwell, Jeanette French. Betty- lou Nichols. Phyllis Hardesty. Row 3 Rosalee Totten, Lois Andres, Dorothy Goddard, Margaret Tofte. Dorothy Evans. SENIOR SOCCER Row 1 Bottom: Laura Bartz. Mildred Shideler. Helen Quinn Row 2 Jane Getzinger. Lucille Johnson. Gifford. Ethe Row 3 Margaret Jean Lindall, merman. SOCCER Laurel Zim Big fall sport . . . Opens September twenty-sixth . . . One-hundred-four girls . . . All soccer fans of previous years . . . Girls displayed great spirit and enthusiasm . . . Light interclass teams were chosen by drawing names . . . Teams one and eight combatted in finals . . . Score tied . . . Class tourney . . . Close games . . . Seniors beat Juniors, 2-1 . . . Miss Schudel chose varsity team . . . These are most outstanding girls: Mona Jane Wilson, fullback . . . Mary Leachman, halfback . . . Jean Mohnsen, half- back . . . Jeanne Clifford, halfback . . . Mildred Shideler, forward . . . Helen Quinn, forward . . . Frances Miller, forward . . . Jeanette French, forward . . . Juanita Sellers, forward. NOONDAY LEAGUE Girls who stayed at school at noon, any other girls who desired to come . . . Inactive sports . . . More pleasure derived. Chairman . . . Lillianruth Ferrell . . . Sports, horseshoe, tetherball, dartboard, shuffleboard, and ping-pong . . . Tournaments staged . . . Teams chosen . . . Close games in horseshoe . . . i Iuch dexterity displayed in ping-pong . . . Giggles and laughter in tetherball . . . Pointers in dart- board . . . Little exercise in shuffleboard. Outstanding girls . . . Nora Bastel, Cora Bastel, Pauline Biggs, Jane Getzinger, Lillianruth Ferrel, Janet Stoner and Gladys Miller. NOONDAY LEAGUE Row 1 Bottom : Jane Get zin tier, Pauline Bi gs. Lillianruth Ferrell, Noi-a Bastel, Lucille Petschauer, Betty Ross. Row 2 Laura Bartz, Janet Stoner, Janis Miskimins. Marp:aret Moe, Jean Berlin, Pauline Church. Row 3 Gladys Miller, Cora Bastel, Evelyn Jacobs, Mildred Blackburn, Marguerite Krudup. Sixlv-two • • • PLAY DAY Row 1 Bottom: Lillianruth Ferrel. Ann Maulsby, Lillian Busse. Louise Younji ' , Thelma Bull. Mary Capus, Harriet Fort, Folly Wheeler. Annabelle Hinkle. Thelma Southern, Marian Charlson, Jerry MarQuart, Janet Wilson. Murgaret Tofte, Jeanne Wilson, Helen Quinn, Frances Miller, Alvina Knapp, Mary Tostev. Laura Mae Conley, Christine Lindall. Row 2 Miss Schudel. Miss Lutz. Miss R. Winters, Phyllis Hardesty, Pauline Biggs. Gladys Grattou. Emma Hussai. ' Ruth DeHausen, Mildred Koeppean. Thelma Willett. Jean Meese. Mary Ellen Spittler. Pauline Bundy, Vera Shearer, Martha Brunicon. Atla Gopas, Dorothy Hagen. Helen Simpson, Jeanne Clifford. Annagrace Anderson, Jeanette French, Helen Rowland, Helen Imhoff, Louise Frakes. Row 3 Clara Elastic. Catherine Fisher. Maxine Skinkle. Charlotte Doyle, Louise Esserman. Mary Bay, Virginia Horney, Mildred Daniels, Clarabelle Anders. Margaret Dinsmore, Annabelle Kendall, Marian Pillman, Mary Dye. Elaine Landgrebe, Dorothy Dibbern, Lucille Maloney, Miss Morris, Miss E. Winters, Mrs. Johnson, Miss Bowman. Miss Zehner. Row 4 Helen Shurr, Janet Cooke. Jennie Nicholson. Charlene Anderson. Thelma Avis. Gertrude David- son. Lois Wharton. Helen Alyea. Verna R. Shurr. Helen Schlobohm. Dorothy Goddard, Martha Mackey. Berneiee Brown, Lorraine Esserman. Jane Adele Fabing, Margaret Crisman, Mildred Howard. Erma Hewitt, Caroline Wise. Gertrude Roeske. Anne Jankauskas, Rose Bochter, Laverna Pratt, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Goddard, Mrs. Gifford. Mrs. Shideler. Row 5 Autumn Thatcher, Rena Thorgren, Mildred Shideler, Margaret MacFarlane. Grace Fillwock, Jane Getzinger, Mary Pierce, Lenore Wells, Marian Arvin, Laurel Zimmerman, Margraret Ehlus, Violet Graham, Catherine Jungjohan, Cora Bastel, Bettie Wark, Roberta Koble. PLAY DAY Fun day . . . Play day . . . Friendship day . . . Sunshiny day . . . Saturday, January 20, 9:30 . . . Valpo hostesses fill gym and school . . . Flutter here and there . . . Make ready for gala affair . . . Girls climb ladders . . . Nail signs on back boards, doors, etc. ... In the midst of pounding, Hebron girls arrive . . . Managers dash off to welcome team . . . Attendance, about one hundred and fifteen . . . Ten from each school . . . Six county schools attend — Chesterton . . . Boone Grove . . . Liberty . . . Washington Township . . . Hebron . . . Wheeler . . . Various activities . . . Volleyball . . . Ping-pong . . . Tetherball . . . Horseshoe pitching . . . Shuf- fleboard . . . Dartboard . . . Bowling . . . Valpo girls — Managers of teams . . . Floor managers . . . Official scoreboard keeper for games . . . OflScial timekeeper . . . Scoreboard and points for all . . . Lunch committee . . . Registrars . . . Entertainers . . . Mistress of ceremonies, Mildred Shideler . . . Chairman of volleyball, Mona Jane Wilson . . . Ten Valpo girls on team — Lois Wharton . . . Margaret Tofte . . . Margaret Crisman . . . Margaret Lindall . . . Berneiee Browni . . . Roberta Koble . . . Gertrude Davidson . . . Dorothy Evans . . . Jeanette French . . . Polly Wheeler . . . Rotating system of games . . . Lunch at twelve . . . Everybody starved . . . Library decorated cleverly . . . Industrious set of waitresses . . . Seated by teams . . . Color team place cards . . . Luscious food . . . Joyous singing and laughter . . . Jeanette French wins a bet . . . Gulps an inch square of cranberry jell . . . Can she ever take it . . . Each team gives a yell . . . Ex- citing entertainment . . . Pictures . . . More play . . . Three o ' clock . . . Fun ends . . . Winning teams . . . Black team, first . . . Manager, Dorothy Hagen . . . Brown team, second . . . Manager, Helen Rowland. Sixly-three JUNIOR TEAM Row I Roberta Koble — Captain. Row 2 Lillian Williams. Bettylou Nichols, Cora Bastel. Row 3 Margaret Tofte. Mona Jane Wilson. Margaret Crisman. Row 4 lanet Wilson, Dorothy Goddard. Rosalee Totten. WINNING TEAM THREE Row 1 Louise Frakes — Captain. Row 2 Polly Wheeler. Row 3 Mary Bay, Margaret Tofte, , nn Maulsby. Row 4 Lillian Williams. BASKETBALL After Christmas Holidays . . . Big sport began . . . Main topic of con- versation . . . Schedule ran along with boys basketball . . . Basketball practices Monday night after school, Wednesday night at 6 o ' clock, and Fi ' iday night after school. Big group of girls . . . Chairman, Margaret Crisman . . . Practical passing, dribbling, and different types of shooting ... A teams and B teams selected . . . Captains chosen . . . B team Captains, Marjorie Buck, Betty Dobbins, Edna Shideler, Marjorie Stanton, Lois Wharton ... A team Captains, Beryl Ann Brownell, Catherine Jungjohan, Jeanne Wilson, Louise Frakes, Frances Miller. Ten girls chosen by Miss Schudel to obtain instructions of clever and ti-icky playing under the basket from Coach Powell. First Tournament staged . . . Thrilling games . . . Teams fight for honorary winning . . . B tournament . . . Stanton ' s and Shideler ' s teams won three games out of four. BASKETBALL BANQUET Annual banquet . . . Library attractively decorated in green and white . . . Clever favors . . . Dance caps . . . Largest attendance ever had at banquet . . . Alumni were invited . . . Mothers of G. A. A. girls prepared food . . . Delicious . . . Menu, breaded tenderloin, mashed potatoes, gravy, scalloped corn, spiced pineapple, rolls, chocolate milk and mint ice cream . . . Ummm ! and were we all starved. Sweet chatter of eating and gossiping floated through the library . . . Dessert served . . . Songs sung . . . Toastmistress, Margaret Crisman, in- t) ' oduced first speaker, Dorothy Hagen, senior representative . . . Talk, " Heading for the Last Round-Up " . . . Slams and apologies were thrown right and left . . . She even slammed the faculty . . . Main speaker, Miss Helen West, from Froebel High School, Gary . . . Talk on " What One Teacher Thinks of G. A. A. Girls " , a charming, simple, heart-toucher talk to G. A. A. girls . . . Awards were given by Miss Schudel . . . Numerals . . . Monograms . . . Chevrons . . . Maulsby ' s Musical Mystery was unsolv- ed .. . French ' s Silly Symphony was simply silly yet rather musical . . . Ping and pong . . . Quinn and Miller ' s Valpo Dance strutted in a livelier tap . . . Conley and Lindall at it again, crowd roared, the bad wolf growled . . . Last, Louise Goddard played popular songs while the girls enjoyed dancing. Sixly-four SEPTEMBER 11. School opens . . . What a life . . . Annual event. 18. Hi-Y board draws up plans for coming year. 21. Girls ' soccer starts . . . Ninty-three enroll. 23. Valpo versus Rensselaer . . . First football game . . . Vikings on top 13-0 at end of tussle. 27. Professor Schweppe of V. U. entertains student body . . . Sings " Dear Little Girl " . . . Puts emphasis on " dear " . 28-29. Universal Film Company takes moving pictures of school . . . Maurice Mead stars in leading role. OCTOBER 3. Moving pictures of school shown in gym . . . Large attendance . . . New talent discovered in students. 7. Crown Point falls before Valpo ' s gridders 6-0 . . . Looks like the be- ginning of a successful season. 11. Mr. A. Reddy, eminent teacher, author, speaker, and playwright talks to assembly on lions, Australian bushmen, etc. 13-14. North Central Indiana Teachers ' Association holds convention at South Bend . . . Vacation. 18. Green and White volleyball girls in action . . . Defeat V. U. frosh 37- 32 . . . Nice going, girls. 21. Vikes get taste of Notre Dame football . . . Jeff, of Lafayette are teachers . . . Score 2-5-0. 25. Glenn Hazelton brushes up on escape strategy . . . Hallowe ' en just around the corner. 27. Home Ecs. throw party . . . Plenty women for Hi-Y and other boys present. 3L Irv. Bernhardt hailed as second Barrymore . . . Features " Diabolical Circle " . . . Our Irvie. NOVEMBER 2. Seniors hedge on Valpo U. . . . Select brown and gold for class colors . . . Boys, sweaters . . . Girls, jackets. 4. It ' s a habit . . . Hammond Tech rolls over Powellmen 27-6 . . . Tsk . . . And on our home field, too. 9. " Back to school night " observed by faculty and parents . . . Students take a lay-off. 11. Valpo trims Lowell in final grid game . . . Season record, four won, three lost . . . Yea, Vikings! 17. Music organizations give annual concert . . . Congratulations, Mrs. Myers and Mr. Bucci. 22. Mr. Conkling has nightmare about senior play . . . Awakened at crit- ical moment. 28-24. Thanksgiving and turkey . . . North Judson ' s Bluejays warble sweetly . . . Vikings don ' t like the music. Sixty-five 26. Mr. Brown becomes a papa . . . Baby daughter weighs 7% pounds . . . Named Sarah Jane. 27. Circus comes to V. H. S. . . . Boucher Gym is " Big Top " . . . All the thrills of a Ringling or Barnum and Bailey. 30. What happened to-day wasn ' t worth writing about. DECEMBER 1. Are we going to town . . . The bigger they are, the harder they fall . . . Valpo 17 ; LaPorte 15. 6. Senior play, " Honor Bright " . . . Mystery surrounds plot . . . Honor Bright takes part of show girl to help Dick. 8. Bill Pinkerton is in a stew . . . Someone passes a Canadian dime on our premier milk peddler. 12. Hi-Y elects new pledges . . . Service and more service . . . Worth while addition to club. 13. Eskimos . . . Cossacks . . . Russian Reds . . . We have them all . . . Mr. Homer C. Bablitt relates adventures to Wednesday convocation. 15. Chaos in Science Club . . . Mr. Pauley gets strangle hold on window shade . . . Members enjoy moving pictures. 21. Christmas chimes . . . Carols . . . Angels . . . Shepherds . . . Three Wise Men — Christmas Pageant. 22. No school for two weeks . . . Hurrah for the C. W. A. JANUARY 8. Memorial service for Mr. Boucher ... In Boucher Gym . . . Everyone mourns loss of beloved educator. 9. Bells out of order . . . Mr. Jessee tries his new Ford (Model T) horn. 10. Courtesy week is duly explained . . . Hi-Y secures Reverend H. T. Wilson of Michigan City who speaks on the delicate subject of courtesy. 11. Portage girls practice in Boucher Gym for coming county tourney. . . . Dick Marks likes the blond . . . Denver for you, young man! 13. More bad news . . . Our cagers get wiped up by Horace Mann 26-11 . . . Isn ' t there something that can be done? 17. Mum ' s the word . . . " Silence, Please " . . . " Ham " and Edna display great talent in imitating Sphinx. 20. What ' s this? . . . Were the referees responsible? (So says Gary ' s sports writei ' s) . . . But we licked Roosevelt under our own power. 22. Wurra-Wurra ! . . . Such fun . . . Exams catch us napping again. 26-27. County tourney ... 2, 4, 6, 8, who do we appreciate? . . . Abner Kitchen fills Gym . . . Liberty boys and Portage girls win. FEBRUARY 5. Imagine Ralph Keehn ' s embarrassment — Sinks bucket for Garri- son ' s team while playing for Christopher in Noonday League. 6. C. W. A. painters entertain students during convocation . . . We ' re sure of our seats now — They ' re numbered. 8. Library is scene of festivities . . . English V Class holds banquet . . . Eating . . . Dancing . . . Speeches. Sixty-six 13. Coach Powell catches dream fish . . . Pulls him out of bed . . . Must have been something he ate. 15. Seniors seek extra funds . . . Dramatics class helps out . . . Puts on two benefit plays . . . Brought in nice sum. 16. Vikings come through in last conference game . . . Drop Horace Mann 21-17 ... At least we aren ' t in the cellar. 20. G. A. A. sponsors first volleyball playday . . . County schools attend . . . Enjoy learning new sports. 27. G. Butterfield has " afi ' air " with lady bird . . . During study period . . . Shame on you, Georgie. 28. Practice teachers from University invade schools . . . More worry. MARCH 2-.3. Valpo ' s cagers take sectional tourney . . . Win successive tilts from Boone Grove, Chesterton, Wheeler, and Crown Point . . . Re- gional next. 7. Footlight Masqueraders present " I Know George Washington " . . . Ethel Johnson makes heap fine squaw. 8. School buys new chinaware with school insignia . . . We eat in style. 10. Regional day . . . Green and White topples Michigan City ' s Red Imps . . . Hammond and Schulte take title home. 14. Kentucky must be a great place . . . Mi ' . Beckman, Baptist minister from Blue Grass State, entertains assembly. 16. Basketball team goes to state tourney . . . But only to watch pro- ceedings. 21. Schudel ' s tap dancers tap our blues away . . . Christine Lindall ought to be in the profession. 22. G. A. A. holds banquet. .30. Easter and vacation . . . Lots of fun ahead. APRIL 6. Band Concert . . . Much music in the air . . . First matinee dance. 13. All County Talent Day . . . Half day vacation . . . Place swai ' ms with strangers. 20. High School Operetta . . . Patience . . . Mrs. Myers had much. MAY 4. Junior High Operetta . . . Another spring activity off ' hand. 18. May Festival . . . Also Exhibit Day for all schools . . . Practice . . . j Iake costumes . . . Select ] Iay queen . . . Display day. 2.5. Junior-Senior Prom . . . Watch them strut . . . Biggest event of year. 27. Baccalaureate . . . The beginning of the end. 28. Honor Day . . . Awards given . . . General holiday. 31. Reception . . . Elk ' s Hall . . . Much hand-shaking . . . Another step toward the end. 1. Commencement . JUNE . The end, yet the beginning. Sixly-seven S we began so do we end. 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