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- Tags: Gastman School
Tags: "Crystal Bird" Club, "Decoration Day", "Frolic", "stock company", 1983, African-American girls club, Al Jolson, Alice Evans, army wives, Art Class, Bachrach store, Barney Fulton, Bijou Theatre, Billy Sunday, block man, Bob Hope, bond sales drives, Camp Kiwanis, Carnegie Library, childhood, Christmas store, colored girls, Corn Carnival, cottages, Crystal Bird, Decatur IL, Decatur Public Library, Florence Love, Frank Curtis, Gastman School, Georgia Leaflet, Governor Oglesby Mansion, Great Depression, Greenwood Cemetery, Howard W. Schaub, interview, Jake Latham, Jane Hamand, Jane Hamilton, Kiwanis Club, Louis Nichol's candy store, March 1983, Marietta Street School, Miss Abel, Mrs. Alice Bering Evans, Mrs. James Millikin, new city dam, O.W. Smith, oral history, Powers Grand Opera House, Powers Grand Theatre, president, recording, Red Cross, renovated YWCA building, Roy Christy, Sam Malleous, social work, Study Class, vice-president, World War II, WWII, YWCA
Tags: "Stuck at Taylor's College", 1980, academy, Albert Taylor Hall, Aston Hall, athletic director, Barracks, basketball, basketball and track coach, Bethany College, Betty Turnell, Bill Muer, business manager, Business Manager Emeritus, changes to Millikin University, Charlene Wood, chemistry, childhood, City of Decatur, Clyde Hart, coach, Davida McCaslin, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, dormitories, Dr. Albert Taylor, Dr. Claire A. Garber, Dr. Fellows, Dr. J. Roger Miller, Dr. John C. Hessler, Dr. Malone, Dr. McKay, Dr. Tyler, Dr. William Casey, engineering, Flora IL, G.I. Bill, Gastman School, Gorin Library, Grace Patton Conant, Griswold Physical Education Center, Hank Gill, Industrial Arts Department, interview, James Millikin, Jimmy Ashmore, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Lake Geneva WI, Liberal Arts Building, March 1980, Millikin National Bank, Millikin University, Norman Wann, Northwestern Military and Naval Academy, oral history, Powers Building, Professor L.M. Cole, Professor Townsley, R. Wayne Gill, recording, Recreation Department, SATC, School of Music, Scovill Science Hall, Secretary-Treasurer, Student Army Training Corps, Superintendent of Recreation, veterans, vocational training, West Virginia, William Henderson, World War I, World War II, WWI, WWII
Tags: 1978, AB degree, Ada Holtwick Caudle Pigott, aluminum scrap drive, Antoinette County KS, apprenticeship, Armistice Day, aviation mechanic, basketball, Betty Turnell, boys' club, cabinet making, car repair man, Carpenter's Union, Centennial Junior High School, Charles Lee, childhood, Christmas program, Christopher Wren tower, corporal punishment, counseling departments, Cy Gentry, Decatur Board of Education, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Decatur Kiwanis Club, Decatur Public Schools, Dennis School, distributive education, diversified occupations, Dr. Cameron Harmon, Dr. Lloyd Trump, Durfee School, Durfee School principal, Enlistment, farmhand, fathers' club, forced retirement, Ford Foundation, Gaither farm, Gastman School, Great Lakes Naval Academy, growth pattern, gymnasium, high school diploma, ice wagon, Illinois Junior High School Association, industrial education, interview, janitor, January 1978, Kansas, Kansas City MO, Ku Klux Klan, Lebanon IL, Lee D. Pigott, Lee Decatur Pigott, Lincoln School, Little 19 Basketball Tournament, Logan School, machinist, Malleable Iron Company, manual training, Mary W. French School, master's degree, Mayor, McKendree College Academy, Methodist Church, Millikin University, Miss Elizabeth Crowder, Mobile and Ohio shop, mothers' club, Mr. Jones, Murphysburo IL, Naval Aviation, North Central Association, Oakland Junior High School, Oakland School, Oke Summers, Oklahoma, Old Clothes Day, oral history, Pekin IL, Pekin Starch, Pfeifer, Pines Community Center, Principal, PTA, quitting school, R.S.W. McDavid, Railroad YMCA, recording, Roosevelt Junior High School, Spanish flu, staff utilization, Superintendent Engleman, Third United Brethren Church, Torrence Park, truancy, Ulrich School, University of Illinois, vocational automobile mechanics, vocational building trades, vocational cabinet making, vocational drafting, vocational electricity, vocational sheet and metal, vocational work, Warren School, wheat harvest crews, wooden paddle, Woodrow Wilson Junior High School, Woodworking, World War I, World War II, WWI, WWII, YMCA, young people's group
Tags: 1979, apprentice pharmacist, Article, Betty Turnell, Chicago Dermalogic Society, Citizen's Building, communicable diseases, conservatory, Cook County Hospital, D.M. Swarthout, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Decatur Medical Society, Decatur Memorial Hospital, Decatur Oratorio choir, dermatology, District Health Superintendent, Doctor, Dr. H.J. Burstein, family life, February 1979, Gastman School, Goodman Band, Great Depression, Illinois College of Medicine, internship, interview, Lincoln Square Theatre, Marietta School, Max Von Luen Swarthout, medical practice, medical school, Millikin Orchestra, Millikin University, Miss Florence Brown, Music, music festival, neurology, Noah Worcester Dermalogic Society, old Masonic Temple Building, oral history, Professor Neice, recording, residency, St. Mary's Hospital, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, State of Illinois Health Department, University of Cincinnati, University of Illinois, venereal disease, violin lessons, Wood School
Photograph of Mrs. Louis S. Schuerman published in the Decatur Herald and Review, Oct. 12, 1930.