Alden Hebron High School - Heacon Yearbook (Hebron, IL)

 - Class of 1962

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PPJOPI-IE Before Uncle Sam took the small fortune that Great Aunt Mary left me, I de- cided to visit ny classmates of 1962. I stopped at the East Chemung High School to reminisce with Jim Durkee, Head of the Discipline Department, and to come Hup-to-daten with my old buddy, Sylvia Weiberg, who was trying to teach math. She told me that Mary Aylward was in business in West Chemung. I surprised her at her Lite 'N Brite Beauty Shop where seven girls were dashing around taking care of the clients. My next stop, Harvard, found Paulette Schmarje managing the WM U T.V. Sta- tion. She took a few minutes to tell me that Gen Coe, Karen, and their four children were engaged in dairy farming at MEADOWEROOK FARM. Jim Behrens, owner of the Walwortl1Gazette, had a cute red-headed co-editor. That explained why he was so busy! As I went through Alden, I stopped to see Beverly and Al Schuett, who now reside in the northern suburbs of Alden. As I got out of the car, their five little boys almost ran me down. Bev informed me that they are planning on having six more in order to have that eleven-man team that Al is always talking about. After leaving the Schuett's, I went on my way bound for Hebron. I first stopped off at the high school, and who should I see there behind a big desk, no other than Mike VanderPal. You see, Mike is now disciplining the students of H eron against smoking. Ron Garrison finally took ovrr Mr. Schmidt's job in the Ag Room. I went to Richmond, where I stopped off at Whiskey Corners to see Jean Price and his family. Mrs. Price told me that Jean, after ten long years, is still trying to win a race at Uilmont. At the new Richmond Memorial Hospital, I saw Sharon Halbmaier, the head receptionist. , At O'Hare Airport I saw Aneta Flynn, on her way to NBC television studios to make a speech on how she broke the world'S talkathon record- Feeling very tired, I decided to get a hotel room and stay overnight in Chi- cago. I saw the Bottcher Bay Hotel, owned by no other than or own Joe Bottcher. He gave me the best room with a television set--in the basement. I sat back and watched the newsreel on T.V. They were telling of the man who was running for Pope, one of my classmates! It was none other than his nExcel1encyU Dave Benoy. I went u stairs to talk to Joe. I asked him if he knew of any classmates in chicago. He said Gordon Johnson was now the owner of the Patricia Steven's Modeling School and J.C. Ellison is the top professional twist instructor at the Arthur Murray Studio. Ny next stop, Hollywood, found R. Schulz blowing bubbles on the Lawrence Walk Show. I left Rusty and at the movie lot, Chuck Elliot just finished a ju gle picture with his favorite co-star Shila. Jim Stewart, a great actor in Hollywood, has other side interests in a chain of production lines in Gerogia. Dolores Wyse has finished her first movie called WHow Time Flies.U I was unable to see Tony De Marco, the world's most famous movie producer,on vacation in some unknown place. I went back to Madison where Pete Knutson, a hair designer at Vassar's, a , woman's college, was vacationing. At Whitewater Janice Gile Evers was busy with her little professors and cheerleaders. When I reached home I decided to give Uncle Sam the money I had left. So I mailed m 32.00 to him.

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CLASS WILL I, Mary Aylward, bequeath my figure to "my dog Chris." Jim Behrens, bequeath my long hoody haircuts to Louie Vermond. Dave Benoy, bequeath my "realistic" poems to the world, in hopes that they will make it a better place in which to live. I, Joe Bottcher, bequeath my record of "Kathy's Clown" to anyone who wants I, 1, it. I, Gene Coe, bequeath my side burns to Larry Okeson. I, Tony De Marco, bequeath my "hot" Chevy to Jim Slavin because he needs a good Chevy. I, Jim Durkee, bequeath my woman to John Wilson. I ,A Chuck Elliot, bequeath nn' "cocky" manner to Mr. Liljedahl. I, John Ellison, bequeath my ability to do the "Twist" to Lynda Meyers. I, Aneta Flynn, bequeath my ability to say the right things at the right time to Jerry Behrens. I, Ron Garrison, bequeath my F.F.A. career to Alexia Leschuck. I, Janice Gile, bequeath my nan to Peggy Smith. I, Bev Gritmacker, bequeath my height to Phil Wyse, in hopes that he will be a better basketball man. I, Sharon Halbmaier, bequeath my quiet "likable" manner to Jim Nor. I, Gordy Johnson, bequeath my ability to get along with Mr. Schmidt to Dan Walters. I , Pete Knutson, bequeath my "exceptional" scholastic abilities to Pat Erwin. I, Jean Price, bequeath my "hot, beastly wrecks" to Lynn Dee Yetter. I , Al Schuett, bequeath my "3D" letter in football to anyone who can get along with "Daddy Bil1's" ways for lg years. I, Rusty Schulz, bequeath my musical abilities, social-status, athletic enthusiam, scholastic abilities, loveable character, and general all around leader-ship to the faculty. They need it more than I do. I, Paulette Schmarje, bequeath my ,long black hair to Mr. Schmidt. I, Jim Stewart, bequeath my sex appeal to Scotty Scot. I, Mike VanderPal bequeath is of my "natural" red hair to Delores Walters , and the other Q to Judy Cornue. I , Sylvia Weiberg, bequeath my tactful manner to Barb Stevens. Dolores Wyse, bequeath my secretarial job'with the F.F.A. to Ann Arndt. , the class of one thousand nine hundred sixty-two, bequeath our abi- lity to get along with all the teachers, our well known attitude, and our advisor-given title as the most likely class to succeed to the juniors. - constructed by, John James Stewart III David Anthony Benoy I, W2

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HISTORY We started our freshman year with SO eager scholars. Jim Stewart lead us through the confusion as our president. He was given support by our vice- president Jim Jorgenson. Beverly Gritmacker, our treasurer, balanced the books. Records of this turbulance were kept by Maureen Wyse. We had two candy sales, a roller skating party, and saw the movie NGreen Mansions.n Somehow our advi- sor, Mrs. Hill, survived the year and was able to teach again. Dave Benoy and Mary Aylward were sent away to represent us on the Student Council. Fifty less eager students tackled the sophomore year with the help of their advisor, Mrs. Tibbitts. Jim Durkee was our ambitious president. P te Knutson, no less enthused, was our vice-president. Janice Gile, our treasurer, was busy straightening out last years books. Jim Stewart took over as secretary. Dave Benoy couldn't take it, so we sent Jim Behrens along with Mary Aylward to the Student Council. We had a real swinging dance called the HBeatnik Bop.n At the end of the year we saw, some of us did, the movie nPlease Don't Eat The Daisies.W Thirty-two reluctant students wandered in after summer vacation to see their junior year through with or without the help of their advisor, Mr. A.N. Schmidt. Tony De Marco showed us the way in his new capacity as president. Jim Behrens, on his way up, moved into the vice-president status. Jim Stewart, refusing to hand over his unkempt books, remained secretary for another year. Sylvia Weiberg thought she could handle the job, so she was elected treasurer. Jean Braun and Jim B211I'2I1S were Student C01-111011 representatives . Behrens, eager for easy executive jobs, was elected vice-president of Student Council. NSome Enchanted Eveningn was the theme for the prom. The colors were blue, coral, and white. Bud Wilbur provided the musical atmosphere. The Queen was Beverly Gritmacker and the King was John Ellison. The court was composed of Janice Gile, Sylvia weiberg, Jim Stewart, and Pete Knutson. Dave Benoy was business manager of this ordeal. Twenty-four students were rounded up and compelled to follow Mr. Brown, our advisor, through our senior year. Jim Behrens was elected confusion organiser. Dave Benoy was elected to stand in the wings so as to support Jim and to help him retain his sanity. Sylvia Weiberg was again given the job of counting our num rous stores of wealth. Beverly Gritmacker was our able secretary. Jim Behrens was finally squeezed out of Student Council and replaced by Jim Stewart who became its able president. Janice Gile took Jean Braun's place on the Student Council. We made lots of money selling magazin s, having bake sales, dances, and putting on our successful class play. A good and rewarding time was had by all on our class trip. we visited New York and Washington. Many points of interest were forever being explored. Then came the reward, GRADUATION!

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