Genealogy Trails

Jackson County, Illinois

Carbondale Community High School

The Dial--1924

Donated by Shauna Williams


Senior Data

Ned FOLEY-Rabbit-”Rabit makes tracks where Spatsy flies.”

Helen ARMSTRONG-Buttermilk-”When you want a picnic, Helen has the time, place and eats. And, O Boy! they can’t be beat.”

William PHILLIPS-Dizzy Bill-”I cannot write a readable theme, But I can make my mark on the Basketball team.”

Edna Louise JONES-Eddie-”Edna is a happy soul, her grades account for that.”

Theodore CHENAULT-Wally-”Yes, we have no ban on Anna today. Wonder where Theo will go?”

Beatrice M. FERRILL-Venus-”A baby doll scholar, but she will grow up yet.”

R. M. MARBERRY-Thoap-”Double, double, toil and trouble, hot stuff burn and Dial bubble.”

Blanche LAMBERT-Bobby-”No wonder some boys are wearing glasses. Now wonder some boys are flunking in classes.

John HE?RON-Bo MCMILLEN-”Bo has hair of crimson, But half has not been told, He’s also quite a ladies man, O, very, very bold.”

Mamie Ruth HODGE-Artie-”Mamie eats neither fat nor lean meant with her bread, But still its evident she’s well fed.”

Morton WILLIAMS-”He wears the haberdasher’s smile, Each day for awhile.”

Juanita FOX-Sally-”Never a helper more willing than she.”

Charles KENNEDY-Hawkshaw-”The boy that says little, but when he does say it, let me out.”

Margaret Mary GUNN-Muggins-”Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman.”

Aaron PHILLIPS-Error-”He hates to write themes, and book reports too. But does write letters, To Who?”

Marie CORBIT-”One of those girls that make the world go ‘round, and live livable.”

Raymond E. FLOYD-Cabbage-”O, Skinney, Come on over, For here you’ll find your twin. People call him Cabbage, and get kicked on the shin.”

Mary BOOS-Swyicums-”If you loaned us your dimples, just for awhile, what effect would it have on that wonderful smile.”

Ernest E. COLEMAN-Weinie-”Haw Haw Tee Hee Hee Hee Ha Ha Haw Hee Girls Ha?? Ha He’s a Ha Ha Scream.”

Thelma Dean WISEMAN-Skeggs-”Skeggs never begs for pals, for she is a friend to all who know her.”
Vivian LENCE-Tucky-”To be happy was the purpose for which she was put into the world.”

Carmen DICKEY-Dizzy-”Cow bells on a while mule were what he dreamed of and woke up with a bottle in his hand.”

Ocie SPRAGUE-Johnnie-”In which quality and not quantity plays the leading roll.”

Claude ROSS-Curley Locks-”Ros lost his temper, If any one finds it, handle with care, and return to loser.”

Dorothy DRAPER-Dix-”Happy, merry and gay, In work or at play.”

Lena BROWN-Four Eyes-”Her hair is brown, Her eyes are blue An she is just the girl for you.”

Elbert KIMMEL-Lardy-”The man that leads the ladies around on a rope, both in Cobden and Carbondale.”

Maurine SILL-Smithy-”She rolls a saucy eye, And strikes a daring pose, For how else will she get her beaux?”

Hal MOUNTAIN-Punk-”He likes to talk and laugh in class, To make eyes at some merry lass, When he can spare the time He answers the teachers a word or two.”

Ethel CROWELL-Beetle Pup-”She is a blond and has blue eyes, But a vampire, she is not. “

Zena Mae HAGLER-Aggie-”She’s a lily of the valley, For she toils not, neither does she spin”

Mary E. YOUNG-Cleopatra-”She’s just a little plump, But don’t call her fat.”

Trumen DILLOW-Skipper-”Skipper has a large assortment of pink slips.”

Georgia MCGINNIS-Mac-”Some call her two tone amplifier, loud speaker Magnavox, But they have never seen her real nature.”

George CLAUSEN-Tanglefoot-”They call him perfect Thirty six, for he has that athletic figure.”

Cloie JONES-Milkey-”Her mellow tones are always gently (?) flowing.”

Lena TEMPLE-Tiny-”Entered school after for semester”

Junior Data

Hal HALL-Roughhouse-”He’s little, he’s wise Hal is a terror for his size.”

Lewis R. MCGOWAN-Chewing Gum-Its a fickle, fickle world, Full of fickle, fickle girls.”

Cleva EATON-Red-”Her blue eyes seek the west afar, For lovers seek the Western star.”

Gwen BIGGS-Bugs-”The only way to have a friend is to be one.”

Clifford HATCH-Bud-”The man that blushes is not quite a brute.”

Clinton HANSON-Henny Penny-”The worser I try, the gooder to be, The worser I am.”

Ralph BARKER-”He is that fellow who always has the fashionable twist, To his clothes.”

Edna BETTS-Faded-I do delight at making people stare at stately form and highly polished air.”

Katherine CROMWELL-Kat-”If she has anything to say, she says it; if she hasn’t anything to say, she says it anyway.”

Henry W. STEVENS-Cow Chow-”The boy whose taste runs to chicken feed bags.”

Helen HAMILTON-”That school girl complexion, is a wonderful things. From all o’er the world, many gifts I would bring.”

Helen CRAGGS-Chub-”The teachers always discover my faults! They never appreciate my charms.”

Nellie RANKIN-”Well is she cherished in our heart’s throbbing memory book.”

Elma SPILLER-Eddie-Loyal, true and always kind, yet she frankly speaks her mind.”

Bessie SMITH-Bess-”I can’t help it ‘cause I’m smarter than the rest.”

Lloyd TROUT-Fish-”By heavens, I do lover her and she has taught me to be melancholy and to drive a Ford recklessly.”

Jack A. BRADLEY-”He laughs when none laugh with him, He dares to laugh alone.”

Cora BILDERBACK-”She is little and small, But dear to all.”

Helen ANDERSON-”She’s such a faithful friend to all we assure you not a fault, just tell your troubles one and all, She’ll find some solution after all.

Hubert WARD-Coy-”I shall yell my way into prominence.”

Ernest SORGEN-Saucer- A very nice fellow, who always shows up with a grin.”

Robert HANCOCK-Bob-”Hancock Bob is a handsome young man. He stuns the girls on either hand.”

Addie May MCKINNEY-Bean Jockey-”Just a man Hater (?) And I don’t care. If any boy gets moony, I give him the air.”

Rena HICKS-Dot-”She has often expressed her wish for a man that wasn’t so simple. O well, there are lots of men in this world.”

Celie B. MASSEY-Simp-”Years may come, and years may go, But my gab goes on forever.”

Dorris MOORE-”Say, who is this Schuman Heinch person, Maybe she’d like to take
music lessons from me.”

Virginia FLY-Spatsy-”Yes, it’s true, I must confess, She’s a dancer in a low cut dress.”

Stanley SCOTT-Scotty-”He has sighed to many and loved but one.”

Cleatus SMITH-Cleaty-”You never saw a boy as this, astounding, why even ‘Venus’ smiled.”

Ernest Johann HALTER-Rudolph-”The Lord gave a few people brains; Ernie evidently had a pull.”

Thelma KEOWN-”A wise woman thinks all she says, A fool says all that she thinks; by these standards this is a wise woman.”

Gail DILLOW-”Gail DILLOW, Gail DILLOW, O! give her a pillow, And let her rest her fair head. If Wienie were around, Nuff said.”

Homer CUTLER-Barnyard-”You can’t keep a good man down.”

Cecil DILLINGER-”You would never guess that he is a power, in school affairs, especially football.”

Frances LOUDEN-Hank-My only books, were woman’s looks, And folly’s all they taught me.

Verna HUNSAKER-“She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, And pleasant too, to think on.”

Mary E. FLYNN-Samanthy Ann-”She has a will, wit and opinion all her own.”

Charles C. FIERICH-Charlie-All great men are dead, And I’m not feeling well, O what if I should die Wouldn’t that be -----.”

Fred WILLIS-King Titus-”Some people are accused of being lucky; but they merely make their opportunities. Such a man is Titus.”

Fannie MORFIELD-Ha Ha-”Like a nymph O’ the sea, made for you or me.”

Clyde RICHARDS-”A man after my heart, small but with an eye for business.”

Herbert YOW-Yes-”His longest speech is ‘Yes’ and his shortest, ‘No’.”

Rolland BRIDGES-Bud-Care I for studies, not one whit; nor for the ladies, not one bit.”

Stewart WILLIAMS-Shiek-”They call him Beef Trust WILLIAMS, And he’s the ladies villian.”

Frank TERRELL-Echoe-”If her were not so bashful and meek O, wouldn’t he make a wonderful Shiek?”

Frank BRIDGES-Pud-”His parents disappointed him, for he only got a Cadillac for X-mas, Poor Boy!”

John SILL-”John’s knowledge should not be judged by the amount he imparts in the school room.”

Helen MCLAUGHLIN-Babe-Alack! There lies more peril in thine eye, than a meteor from the sky.”

Alice B. WEAVER-Alice-”Nothing she does or sings, but smacks of something greater than herself.”

Roscoe SCHUETTE-Ikey-”Yes, Yes, it’s a perfect fit and how much you pay? Mine Himmel and do you think I’m giving them away?”

Eugene HATCH-”His brain has all the agility in books that his feet and hands have in the trees.”

Howard KEOWN-Mousie-”Nothing bothers me, not even the girls. I hate the sight of those corkscrew curls.”

Beulah SUTHERLAND-“Troubles never bother me, I simply grin and let them be.”

Laverne WARD-Dizzy-”No girl sends her thought to the teacher in view, Whose voice is weak and aim untrue.”

Lucien BUCKANAN-“What a hey-day- among the damsels he created, and what a flurry he stirred up.”

Hazel SLACK-”Like the Ocean, she is very deep.”

Lyndall FOX-Shorty-”She’s so very, very small, We wonder that she’s there at all.”

Loren La Verne RENFRO-Sonny-”I am a monarch of all I survey.”

Bessie HALL-Bess-”Her modest looks the cottage might adorn. Sweet as a primrose peeps beneath the thorn.”

Edwin HALL-Adie-”Probably you’ve seen that distinguished gentleman on the sign board that says, ‘I smoke Price Albert.’ Well, this is he.”


Sophomores

ANDERSSON, Harry
APPLEGATE, Louis
ARRAS, Harlowe
BALCOM, Elma
BALCOM, Walter
BEECHER, Blanche
BRICKER, Eugene
BRYANT, Helen
BRYANT, John
CASPER, Edith
COOK, June
CORBIT, Opal
CRAWFORD, Phelps
CROWELL, Raymond
DECK, Harry
DEMING, Paul
DE WESE, Harris
DE WITT, Edith
DRAPER, Frances
DYER, Etheal
EATON, Hodge
FLYN, Ellen
FOLEY, William
FRALEY, Samuel
FRALEY, Violet
GARNER, Edward
GROANING, Celia
HALL, Frank
GREGORY, Ray
HEARNE, Eva
HILLER, Blanche
HOLMES, Gladys
HOUSE, Gladys
WEAVER, Carroll
WHALIN, Lucille
WHITLOCK, Mary Gertrude
WILLIAMS, Charles
WISE, Charles
WRIGHT, Geneve
YATES, Grace
YOUNG, Fred
YOUNG, Graydon
YOUNG, Thelma
JUNGERS, Mildred
KELLER, Mabel
KENNEDY, Gerald
KIMMEL, Mina
LUTZ, Harry
LYBARGER, Ray
MCCARTHY, Andrew
MCGUIRE, Bert
MCMINN, Leora?
MCMINN, Osborne
MCMINN, Ralph
MARTIN, William
MATTHEWS, Ellen
MEISENHEIMER, Adolph
MILES, Courtney
MOFIELD, Thomas
NESLER, Eva
NORTON, Gladys
PAGE, Linvil
PEARSON, Patrick
PHILLIPS, Mary
PHILLIPS, Otis
POE, Ruth
PURDY, Arthur
QUIGLEY, Estella
RENO, Lee
RICH, Ruth
ROSS, Berenice
SAFRIET, Robert
SCOTT, madelyn
SILL, Rose
SISNEY, Paul
SUTHERLAND, Mary
THOMAS, Lorn
THRONTON, Crissie
TOMKINS, Jewel
VAN LANINGHAM, Everette
WALTERS, Grace
SPRAGUE, Victor

Freshman

ANDERSON, Ralph
ARRAS, Lucille
BIGGS, Louise
BITTLE, Herbert
CLUNT, Carroll
BOOS, Elnora
BORGER, Raymond
BOYER, Claude
BORDEN, Boman
BRADLEY, George
BRIDGES, Cinita
BROOKS, Ethel
BROOKS, Mary
BURNS, Afton
CASEY, Mildred
CHAPMAN, David
CHAPMAN, John
CHOATE, Edna
CHOATE, Lawrence
CLARK, Charles
CLAUSEN, William
CLEMENS, Leila
CROWELL, Lester
CROWELL, Mona
DAVIS, Pauline
DEWEY, Frank
EDMUNDSON, Marnell
ELAM, Thelma
ELLIS, Helen
ETHERTON, Pauline
EVANS, Jeannette
FEIRCH, John
FERRILL, Homer
FISHER, William
FLYNN, Helen
FRALEY, Emma
GHER, Jessie
GOURLEY, Virginia
GRIFFITH, Golda
HAGLER, James
HALL, Byford
HANSON, Margaret
HARDY, Loren
HARRIS, George
HATCH, Thelma
HERRON, Katherine
HINCHCLIFF, Naomi
HINCHCLIFF, Ruth
HINES, Hemingway
HODGE, Irene
HOLDER, James
HOPKINS, Charles
INGRAM, Georgia
KELLY, Arlie
KENNEDY, Mabel
KEOWN, Eugene
KERSTINE, Katie May
KILMER, Beulah
LAMPLEY, Hazel
LENTZ, Gilbert
LINGLE, Joseph
LOGAN, Mildred
MCBRIDE, Beulah
MCGINNIS, Marjorie
MCGOWAN, Glenn
MCGOWAN, Thelma
MCKINNEY, Louise
MCKISSIC, Lucille
MAHANA, Lena
MANESS, Roy
MILLER, Jane
MITCHELL, Elizabeth
MOUNTAIN, Ward
NESLER, Lena
NEWMAN, Elizabeth
NISSEN, Willie
PARKER, Mary Leeta
PAYNE, Donald
PROSSER, Phyllis
RANKIN, Imogene
RILEY, Opal
SAUNDERS, Mae
SHREMP, Bessie Fern
SIGLER, Margaret
SISK, Thelma
SMITH, Robert
STAFFORD, Jennie Ellen
STAUDT, Charles
STROMAN, La Verne
TUCKER, Charles
VAN BUSKIRK, James
WHITESIDE, Mildred
WILLIARD, Donna
WYLIE, Alice
YOUNG, Evelyn
 

School Index

Home Page

©copyright 2008-2010 by Genealogy Trails with full rights reserved for original submitters.