Aledo High School - Astrum (Aledo, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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Q I Y 3 E ' a im 7'5- avi 141.6 Jim ASTRUM Memones of the 1951 Class of Aledo IHHIOIS K . Aledo High School 8 f ' x ff' , Ii if xl' .fyfj X a n 1 ,797... is today . . was yesterday . . is something I remember from ct long . . TWO time ctqe . . long . . e time CIQO Today as Yesterday 'JM Sdwnl Bnalwl 4- Qlttmg Vlrgll Glffxn Lyle Bmdgford Dale Ives Elnest McCaw btandmg Andv Lemon James B Whlte Supt Felxx Blown Jasper Lloyd Problem Solvers Every large bus1ness or corporatlon IS managed by some 1nd1v1dual or group of 1nd1v1dua1s dependmg upon the type of organ1zat1on These 1nd1v1duals determlne the pol1c1es and select the personnel to make that organ1zat1on functlon The largest organ1zat1on 1n our commumty 1S our school In 1950 our Un1t School D1str1ct was formed uslng the Communlty Hlgh School l1nes as 1ts borders Th1s dlstrlct has grown 1n one Vear from S14 000 000 00 to over S22 000 000 00 assessed valuat1on Our school enrollment has lncreased from 575 to 1065 puplls In 1950 our new Un1t Board of Educatlon was elected to govern thls school sy stem Th1s board was selected wlth two urban and f1ve rural members glvlng representatlon to all parts of our d1str1ct These men worklng wlth the patrons of our area have the task of organlzlng and prov1d1ng the needed fac1l1t1es to make our school the prlde of our com munlty FOUR Jdwlflf Mr. James B. White "What are YOU doing in tho hull?" Superintendent Mr George Pratt Thats the rlght answer but xxhvf Prmclpal Science Head Football Coach Athletlc DIFCCtO1 Nllss Ruth Ketzle Am I right'-' Dean of Glrls M lthem 1t1cs L itm FIVE Mr Robert Qanders Lzts warm up vslth fue laps HISIOIW Economms, Head Tx ack Coach Mrs Ruth Thoman Thxs lb wour lafst xocabulwrx 11st Engllsh L1b1ar1an Mr Keith Lund QIXG KOH 11151 Ullk Hlllrk XXt't-'lx U YUUY' DTOIKLI Nldllll 11 A1 tx Mr Wax ne Yard Nou I lu xrd a good one ustfrd ax Commun nl Mr John Dorch At ease' Band Cxlce Club SIX . . 1 -Vvy 'S "I'll 'v g jp - X - f n , ' - ,,.'. K . 1 x , . Miss Margaret Mlles Mr Frederick A Schaper IC 11 xx I tux IIT'II E problnms iur w Now Ill throw this up to xou Lhnmlstx x IVI xlhnm mrs Agn ILUIIUIC Mrs Ruth McClearS m afraid Nou ll han? to rip lt 4 Home Economms Mlss Ivcl Bovscrs Mr Flovd Utslnger 1 k c fr n cm x s me as u m 1 A Hruk' Tc-Il me about 11' EIIQIIHII JOUIHJIIQIN BlO1OgX Dl1XQI'TIH1I'1lIlg bEVEN I 0 ' have za '- ' , L - .' ' ,'ou." " ' ' ' ' 4' , X ix K Q 'Q ' x UI' ' 3 ' ' ' ' wut." U'I'h- '1 is 01 cullx - saj thi. I -ll: tl - 2 lot." " ' " . Mrs Flances Conuas nur mxkmg tn nunh nmse gl s Home ECOIIOINILN Mrs Luullc 1NIcK0un .f gum Lhuurx tu tha x utr 11 mx Spuch Enqlx 11 Mr Roburt Iahn R mund um guxs' 11L1dB1s1xLt1J111C 01111 Phwu 11 Educ mon INNUULYOI Musa Marjorle Trex or Clog the xxmdoxx plgabe Huston Enqhsh M1s5 Mars Burgass I 111 lgil IQ Jumm 1-hgh C7 N 4' -11 vi 5,1 EIGH 4 " MISS Dorothw Rublc dt tl Ink I n mg 0 ux x Engll'-h' Jumoz Hugh Mr Sam Turner Nun qv s xurg as gun I JLINIOI High M155 L0l'lHll'l0 Tledeman 1 xml lmxx bupposnd to he doxn herzq Gnls Phxmcal Educ mon Mrs Plorcncc Stcad msn s g L I IUSYTODIIUUIA Jumol H1gh MIS Faso Yard ug glrls or oull I sim: Iumol Hlgh IVIUSIC NINE Mr Leonard Dax Just sweep It under the rug 1N0 Rugs'l Custodmn Miss Luclle Robinson Mr Guw Dalc Xou bgttmr llke off xour oxushog CL1bt0d13I1 Leland Barger, Clalr Headlew, Gllbert Barger Joe Lemon Sit down or get off ind xxslk' Bus D1 1vc1s TEN "P-L-E-A-S-E learn to say, pls-asc!" from Iune 1951 cmd C111 the doys ond momhs omd yeors before +hot This is Aledo hioh school os I remember it, My senior Wish--give me one more year at A. C. H. S . . Coach Sanders versus Dick Maynard-sec. class M. W. pius Suiphuric-P Ventilated sweater. . . Space conservation-sociology room . . . . Moorhead's crutches Romance in the corridors . . 'F WELVE ,N BookkeepinaeQuote Sam Barr, 'Tm poonedf' Making a suit "suit," . . . On stage-Wait ina tor that diploma. . . Upperclass or s 41 THIRTEEN SJC. be if gm-H-x ww xx .px 5 YN Q 3 if 4' Z2 ik W 4 X N A N " if ' . :Q Qigixrfgfir- I H' is 4 .Q ' 'w ,Y N ' I7 K . Q- Q I an ' " A an ,,, f is ,VL m , M 5 I 'S " ' ' . 1 ' , , x- i,-Y' , ,K ' ft 1 -5 .L 'X 1' f J . 5"" , ,K ' . H . ,- W , Bill Gowdy It got to the point wheie had to get .1 han cut oi violin Marjorie Reason I havent much doubt ha man sprang from the mon key but where did the mon key spring fiom' I t 'Was FOLJRTEEN flaws, Joyce Frye "Murder is always a mis- takeg one should never do anything that one cannot talk about after dinner." Fred Kernan "By a sudden and adroit movement I placed my left eye against his fist." Freda Rursch Whats on your mind if youll forgive the overstate ment' Dick Maynard Never work before break fast if you must work be fore breakfast get your breakfast first 797 Dave Larson "The only way to fight a woman is with your hat- grlb lt and run Maryanne Hvctt I am not Hlglllflg w1th you Im tclhng you Beverly Bostrom There IS one more thmg more exasperatmg than wxfe who can cook and wont and that IS the Wlfe who cant cook and w1ll Carroll McBr1de Whats all your knowledge worthq We dont even know what the weather w1ll be tomorrow Emma Fordham If you dont say anythlng you wont be called upon to repeat It Don Graham Another good reducmg ex erc1se conslsts of placlng both hands agamst the table edge and pushmg back FIFTEEN Clalr Llow d You Cin take a box out of the countxx but xou cant take the countu out of the ox Marllvn Stone nudge IS 1 mlNllkL xouth xxhlch uc should all mxlxc Cora Ann Boultlnghouse If them were many mom I1kL hm the stock of halos would gnc out Marvm Maynard llko no k lt fxsuna s rn I can mt and look at lt o houxs 'iii' SIXTE N Carolyn Glffln Space haa no top no bot tom IH fact lt IS bottomless both It the bottom and xt the top Charles Peterson He flung hlrnself on hls home and rode madlv off ln all dlrectlons gm: Sally Oppfelt Theres no accountlng for tastes as the woman sa1d when somebody told her her son was wanted by the po ICQ Dlck Hunter I kissed my llISt woman md smoked mv fnst Clgdl Lttc on the slme dav I h xve nevex had tlme fox tobacco smce Janet Swearmgen The more I see of men the more I hke dogs Bill Volentme L'Teachers and classes ale my only ObJ6Ct10DS to an education." Larry McCre1ght The fence around a ceme tery IS foo11sh for those ln slde cant come out and those outslde dont want to get 1n Marian Bonynge Shes leaxned to say thlngs wlth he1 eyes that others waste t1ITlC puttmg lnto vxords ',,1-Q. X SEVENTEEN fs 1 Lewls Mlllett That man s SIICDCC IQ vlon delful to llsten to Mlrlam White It IS 935101 to keep half dozen lovels guesslng than to keep one lover after he has stopped guessmg EIGHTEEN Blll Holman Cal1fo1n1a lS a f1ne place to IIVC 1n 1f you happen to be an orange Sam Barr He dxeamed he xx lS eltmg shledded wheat md woke up to flnd the mattress half gone Wanda Johnson A bee IS never as busy as It seems lts 1ust hat cant buzz any slower Blll Ives Well 1f I called the wrong number, why did you an- swer the phone?" Dorothy Dixon We should lxve and lealn but by the tlme we ve lealn ed It s too late to l1ve Fugene Wllllams Sometimes he ts 1 l thlnks but mostlv he just Sl S Fern Wllllams She looks llke an angel and talks 11ke one too but you never can tell what an angel w1ll do Jerry Stead Whenever I feel l1ke exel CISG I l1e down unt11 the fee11ng passes Ronald Wllllams Even xf a faxmel xntends to loaf he gets up ID tlme to get an eallx stalt Joan Nelson When a couple f young people strongly devoted to each other commence to eat OHIODS lt 1S safe to pro nounce them engaged NINETEEN Howard Bennett I would rather that the people should wondel why I wasnt plesldent than why I m Bob Larson He fell down a great deal 1n h1s boyhood because of a tr1ck he had of walkmg lnto hlmself Inu, Shirley Sutton I suppose I overdo lt but when Im mad at a man I want to chmb rlght up h1s chest Lvle Decker TWENTY He was born s111y and had a lelapse Dwight Moody L1fe xs too short and the t1me spent ln yawnmg never can be regamed Don Schroll "Did you ever have the measlesg and if so, how many?" 797 Gertrude Lockmiller "The only way of catching ll train, I cvcr discovered, is to miss the train boforvf' Darluu. Qmith "You look wisn-. -V- ' - ' cr' L Betty Duncan I llky long xx xlks LSpf.C.1ll or. hu txker o All xx ho nnnu nm Dawn Wolfe x elm xunm 1 IL uolld I would hdxc nt x bntxxun 2 md 5 1 xnxona who was out than oufht to pct uct Darlene Holt An pix b dloxc mc 1 1 I ln 1 nc 1 on Path Harbour u chi xou c nt mul mx ma: 0 NC c L n I lm doc ml In :tux xx h 11 mlm xou ll XL TVVENTY ONE an Jim Moorhead He 1S so unluckx thwt he luns mto 'lcexdents xxhmh xt Ited out t h xppen t somcone also Joyce McCaw H1gh heels xxele mvented bx a woman xx ho had been k1SS6d on the foxehead Bette Toohev I nevel put off t11l tomor 1ow what I can poQQ1b1x do the dax after Jack Tlttermgton Women ue mst llke ele ph xnts to me I llke to look .1 them but I xxoulcnt xx mt one Q' TWENTY TWO Wllabelle Grldley 'Why lb th1G thus, What IS the leaeon for thls thusness"" Joe Leary NBGWZIIC' I may do Qome thmg Qensatxonaln Ii 797 Charlle Dunn What IS my loftlest ambl tlon Ive alwavs wanted to thxow ln egg mto an elec tue fan Dlane Johnston She laughs at evelvthmg you say Why' Because she hxs vexy fme teeth Joyce Mlzner When down 1n the mouth lemember Jonah he came out all rlght Helen Weeks Some people are always grumblmg because roses have thorns, I am thankful that thorns have roses " Balbara Wakeland good IIQIQDCI IS not onlx populax evexyxxhele but Cl 1 vthlle he nows somethmg Don Soseman m as old as mx tongue and a lxttlc oldex than my teeth T WENTY THREE . .? . x ' L ' 9 . . 7 - K ' . . '. . . x , - 5 ' ' - QL., ' X , m -I ggi x ' AAA 'g v ' l v . 'S . ., , . -A X F aft ' z ' ' k ' UI, N K . Si ' , ' YY . 2 Q X laut Fred Beard What I have been taught I haxe folgotten what I knoxx I have guessed Wi' Janet Blackman Maxuage A vxomans han net tangled 1n a mans spec tacles on top of the bedroom d1esse1 XJ 1 TWENTY FOUR Jlm McWhorter Charles Jacobs Bonnie Barger Earl Robblns Qunwfm, Carol Thompson Bob Ewlng Curt Damp Rosalie Franks i LH' ' TWENTY FIVE 'fi , s Q am' , Q Af Xl Q sl v Ri , Blll Aldrlch Gene Tlttermgton Ronald Phllllps Wessel Bengston Ella Mae Brown Rosle Pegg Kenny Kernan Patty Cooper TWENTY SIX A""1 """v' John Dflhl Dick Lemon Ann Jones John Dowd Beverlv Engwall Erma Dohbms Dave Memlnger Martha Morrxs TWENTY SEVEN 'A HF- , P R T n 4 . -1 I 1451, ' M ' , ,. E-X N ,Tl Donna Rannev Charlene Nelson bue Guy Gerald Newswander Kennv Landls Don Slmpklns Drue Wolfe Mary Braucht I TWENTY-EIGHT Ronnle Murdock Frazler Hunt Arlene Albertson DuWayne Hedger Ruby Hedger 5 Tom Falhoun Norma Kottman Dave Sklnner TWENTY NINFL N o x . I if H ., is A Max '12 3 Jackie Murphy Gloria Miller John Sproston Sherrill Douglas junzbma, Richard Rlpley Groomer Davis Marjorie Bird Edna T00l'l6y THIRTY Marllyn Blrd Tom Varner Verna Mae Norton Kathv Thompson LeRoy Marple Myrtle Mlzner Fern Riggins Georgia Stevens Cheryl Honeyman THIRTY-ONE Ch, that tirst day of high school--general science . . . Scrimmage against the varsity . . Manual arts under "Pop" Brown . . Smell oi biology room . . session - WO Lost in the trails at Crapo . . Doo creeping uo on you in second-hour study hall . . Between-periods jam . . . . . . Toting helmets for the gridiron greats . . , Unclerclassmen I sk THHQTY THREE 'Q U R .50,l2fl0l7l0h.Qd. sv. Mx L in S? 'x W-...Q 'vf ? 4. THIRTY-FOUR 'U ""! Shirley Greer Ronnie Berry Barbara Wrlght Jerry McBride Martha Klck Ernle LeQuatte Rosemary Leary Kenny Fuller Delores Sage Jlm Sackvllle Ethel Heck Hank Grav Jnvce Peterson Tom Kimball Joyce Bewley Dean 'VIcCrelght Erlene Moffltt John Guthrle Roberta Babcock Gerald Thornburg Duane Prentlss Row Hunt Donna Waugh Don Benson Patsy Relander Daud llestley Ruta Brown lloyd Johnson Mary Nichols Blll Juhrend Colleen Foote Bull Reld Esther Frye Bob Ives Frances Duncan Jack Steafl 'Vlamle Lou Brown Gary Peterson Anna Mae Havxn Charles Nelson Cherie Brovsn Joe Glffm Annxe Mlzner Ronald Larson Mary McGxll Dawd Klmg Shxrley Reason Dick Klsler Kay Varner Marvln Sproston Marilyn Bryant Blll Baughcr Janlce Ethrldge lanet Clymore Jlm Perklns Shlrley Maynard Ellen Krmball Mary Mmteer Wayneta Lemon Nancy Stead Mary Jane Ilolt Elsle Gibson loan Johnson Ioyce Young Betty Fortner Marlene Kottman Velva Salmon Jnm Peterson Carol Dellltt Clay Bndgford Rlta Selter Jack Bonynge Mardelle Braucht Jane Walker Jr Dennison I DIS landls Leyerne Kulm Nancy Ruhert Joey llarroun Martv Ryan Peggy I-uhr 'Vlelun 'Vhller Nancy Albertson Bull llall Barham Bedford Larol Cody Lawrence Gustafson Barbara Brown larry Lemon Gwendolyn Kruse Johnny 'Vlartln Robert Fisher Yvonne Lemon Warren Norgaard Marlene Chrlstlan Duck Carlson Nancy Fey Maureen Moore Donald Lloyd Peggy Jones Leon Robxnson Helen Gustafson Vlrgxl Davis Larry Castor Betty Thompson Wilbur Bogart Louann Rlddell Kenneth Butcher Janet 'Vhlls Janice Johnson Robert Rlggms Linde Jobusch Donnie Beachler Faye Heck Melun Whldberger Keith Bogart Emma Jean Brrd Marc Lutrell Roberta Chapman Arthur Hays Patty' Wllllams WW! ,ww M.: Wmwawma " H3335 X wk ' 'Q THIRTY FIVE x Q Q A 9 ff,- 3' ' J ,, is ' 2. 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Iiolmbx Portnmr Rodnu a crrom 1 Bonxn Q 1 Fxung C 1rx Anderson mond R m Co ll l1 Turner Art mr ook 1 o 51111111 B1lI Chap Wnm lxltllllllgtl' Duxxaxne :km I-dn 11d lxmlson Under the .quldance ot Sam l'u1ne1 Junlol h1 h teacher and coach the llttle Dragons had a very prof1table season tlns Veal, w1nn1ng 16 out of 18 games nlayed Aledo also won the annual ll,1l'l1OI h1g,h tournament held 111 Aledo by defeatlnff Sher lald 59 to 35 Thex then trax eled to Bradford to the sec lliblidl tournament w h e r e thex were defeated hx Brad t cl db to 9 GIRLS CHORUS Seated Mona Dee 1 b b s J u d 1 1 Burns Jeanne Fell Mlldred Olson Ruth Ann Wh1te Sandra Vlurdmk S elm a Elb Barbara Cole Judx Johnson Bar Dara Dale Standing 1 r 1 Few LKJLIISQ XA aka land Patrlrla Sm lun Karen Cax in ah Cxrol StuLns J anne Sch roll Jowe Khng Carol Olsen Sandra Con xx ax Tonxa M1 nr Ruth Xhstlu Ras mond Foster NNW 9 a o . --' 5- sl.- . l Q., ,. i L ' ': .1 - C 1- 40 i- -, Hluixe .'g1,BIl as 1 , C ', Har ld 'L 11, ' ' - - , S lllilll, Li' A 1 -, 1 'lwll"'I', I '1' '-.' , .X I E -at 1 - ,gg 'J 7 - u A A1 11 ' ' Q - ' ' . 'O- ' o , Q y . z 1 ell '- n - ' ' . . V .T I 7 . - 1 . rs . 1 ' ' , ,- A ' , Q- 'Ol' , ' ' 2 . 7 . s f. G' 1, tl ' ' :V Cz 1 I v 'A Vi s- Cl, . li . ji llxi Prom orchestra 45 minutes late--juniors turn gray . . Curly plus speeding equals SlO.4O . . . . Falling rain-droopy floats oi '47-no prize . . . . Showers oi confetti at Mardi Gras . . . . Blinking, twinkling Christmas tree at Tinsel Twirl . Covered Waaon and wiawam Win first prizes . . Let's not ioraet those s. h. dances . . Excuses tor late hours . . 17 ,yay-"V" THIRTY Features Swmg x our partner Hold me tight And awav we go FORTY Hut fwo three four fmdkdl, 511514, Jn, Wing, Beautlful gowns swxshmg across the dance tloor on the evenmg of May 18 1950 could mean but one thlng the Jun1or semor prom The Jumors Worked xerx hard to gne the senlors a gala farewell durlng an ex emng at the lVlard1 Gras By usxng mult1colored decoratlons and a French Slde walk lnn the JUHIOTS clexerlx transformed the gym lnto a room of enchantment We feel sure 1n saymg Ex eryone had a wonderful t1me Dancmg to the smooth mus1c of Carroll Baker topped th1s long and xerv memorable ex enmg qw M 1 111' -r I FORTY ONE 1 o v . . V Y . 7 . . ' . . . . . . - . . . 7 Y . V 4 xx I - ' an Y , - ' uv - V ' 4, . . V V . 5 ' I 4 2' .l ' V D, s ,., r f 4 ' ', . ,NW 1, I xx ' " f V: In f 4' . A - :lf l . L 5. f ' of .' . 5 9 . 3' Ns? Qs M: .1 H5535 w. K 'wa D Wahoo Qquaws 1 2 .QM- ff? 1 FORTY TWO Struttm mayorettes M A put on lce ik ' ,z f 5 K A , .ik -. . if, in QL F W x . ,l,:4R,,. x , ,M . . b H 4 , . ' . K - t f R 'I-Q' ' ff A A.-M 'S 33 iT,l,1T'frj Y' ' ', " JA . ts . 4 ag 'I'?J1t, ig: .sw -1 ' -If S QW yn ' ami . Ag, :Jw 7 ' M if .Q.:'l'i.1 K7 fl f5f-3 3 ' ' ' 4 pf' ,HL ,Y ,X f Y 1, QU ,Q 1, ::,fEf1vgf,,g1Q-.if-X' A 4 .3 I. vs w,"1'Q,flv' :ff V- k 'fs .55 ' E,j.'.-11.4 :In FM A df g, Q' A , ,Y J 431 . .:' , . :ik X P 3 I an is Y I f fl 1 I Q- f 1 X 5 ' .f If , I 5 ' 4 4 5, , V .f A ' I 1- ' ' 9 ' . . R. . . I ll A . I f . - as: , ,V ' , Y: ' . + - if . ,. ,fha , I: V ' T ' V , .1 x A ' . n K f - 1 , n ,L , A ' gf , , ' X .IJ-. at -0 ' ' A 1.-v Q 5 4 R. M. A.-And we didn't bust Flvln low Aledo pulled through 'US 1 FYR FORTY THREE Senior . . . Queen Candidates . . . Iunior Marilyn Stone Sally Oppfelt Patty Cooper Norma Kottman 'J . W-ww--annum - g we-me The 1930 H0mCCOm1Dg got underway Thursday nlght October 19 wlth the A H S band leadmg the parade of many gallV decorated floats cars and blcycles Followmg the parade the R M A dummy was buxncd beh1nd the school house and a large snake dance took place ln the streets late1 Fllday mght the Fenton Park Stadlum was the scene of the football game whlch ended Aledo 20 R M A 0 Saturday exenmg October 20 at approxunatelv 1030 Mrs Maulyn Stone nee MISS Mar 1l5n Caldexone was crowned Queen of 50 by Mrs Melxxn McCaw the former queen Mrs Stones attendants were Sally Oppfelt Patty Cooper Nolrna Kottman Cherxe Brown R1ta Brown Peggy Fuhr and Yvonne Lemon Before the crowmng of Queen Marllyn the pr1zes were awarded for the best floats The semors recelved f1rst pr1ze wh1le the sophomores recelved second Sophomore Queen Candidates Freshman if an Ruta Brown Cherie Brown Yvonne Lemon Peggy Fuhr FORTY FOUR . K I K X . , ' , I Y I ' . ' ' . 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O .7 'E Jig" JT-i'-it V 683753555 , - Q ' Queen Crystal Patty H rrbour King Frosty Fred Kern rrr Slergh Bells Rrng ln Winter Wonderland On Februarv 10 1951 the Winter Wonderland Darrce was held rn the gym xxhrch vw rs ap proprrately and cleverly decorated by the members of the F H A with snowflakes ree skates and rnqrttelns Larry McCrerghts sleigh transformed by white crepe paper was placed rn the middle of te oor During the intermission some of the senior boys put on a stunt for us Patty Harbour and Fred Kerrran were elected Queen Crystal and King Frost Their t tendants were Joyce McCaw Sue Guy Rita Brown Cherie Brown Sam Barr Charles Peterson song xx as plaved rn their horror Queen Candidates Cherie Brovrn Rita Broun Joyce McCaxx Sue Guy Patty Harbour Kmg Candrdates Fred Kernan Don Schroll Sam Barr Charlie Peterson Larry McCrerght l D Sw N --31.4-W K mv FORTY FIVE R35 M7 1 .J , -j 1: 'T' K N . Nw . . . . U .5 , y ' . - . , . V. . , W V, Y I. ' vi: . - . . , . . l . 'y .' . L' 1 . . 5 , v . V, , ,. . .u .S . . . V . V: , . ' r . . ' . U - . 2 Y Y Y .' . , . -.Y 4 . 1 .S Y Don Schroll, and Larry McCr'eight. King Fred and Queen Patty were seated in the sleigh while ar ' 1 ' . , Y ' . , 5 v. V' nv, H. . . I - v y , My . , y u, . u -lb' 1' .fl irq, .. r 5.2. '44 1 'Q l rv 'S 1 Af f ' K 'S Q ,, ' K ,ml , 'ml 1 A wr i ., I I r I ,S 4 lgig u 5 fl' may ,F P "4 . 4 ,Swv Q .--an A ' V W I :.: W .QV r.e.f,-.my That .....,.. game when they caught tbe pass that bounced! . . Sam Barr's behind-the-back dribble . . "lves and Maynard, take a lapl' t'xN..r Dick Maynard's run against Knoxville . . . Calisthentics under the bot August sun . . . . . Buds broken nose . . . . Caustic remarks at Mondays football practice . . . . . Locker rooms after practice . Sports 'KZ' 'Cf fuduwn, The Aledo Green DIHQOHQ closed then 1950 football season wlth a lLLO1Cl of sexen wlns 'ind one defeat Cl1OpplIlEf th It game to Abmgdon who shned thc chimplonshxp fo1 the Llttle SIX But let s back up a l1ttle 1n the C3llX fall football candxdatcs came out hopmg to lebulld OI smooth up a fust d1v1s1on team To the town of Aledo hopes of a w1nn1ng football team looked bad The blg bows were gone ua gxaduauon leaung Green ends and pxactlcallx a gxeen backflcld wlth onlx elght letuxnmg lettermen Then the Dmgons started to build and work as a unlt Aledo kept then nnx ox Cl Galxa bx wmnmg the opener 14 to 6 The Dlagons then llcked faxcxed Gcneseo 18 to 0 and beat ROVA m thelr fxrst conference t1lt 32 to 1 md Rosexllle 24 to 6 Aftel thls the D1 lgons came home to tlounce then cross town xlxals R M A 20 to 0 fox then homecomlng The Green Wxxe took on the mlghtx Blue Bullets from Knoxxxlle the followmg Frldax befole 3500 fans The game was Sald to be between the two most evenly mxtched teams ln western Ill1no1s Aledo agaln won 20 to 12 The next Fudas the D1agons suffe1ed thelr fnst and onlx loss when once beaten Abmgdon upset them 12 to 1 before an almost 3 000 clowd Aledo placed Larxx McCre1ght guard Bud Mavnard tackle and Don Schroll quarterback on the fxrst team of the Llttle Slx All Stars whlle Sam Ball and Charlex Dunn xecexved honorable mentlon The lettcx wlnnels elected Bud Maynard md Don Schxoll as co captalneo of the 1950 football sduad Fxrst Row D bkmner D boseman E Robblns L MtCre1ght C Dunn M Sproston becond Row Coach banders E W1ll1ams C Nelson I Wlllxams L Decker D Moodx J btead b Barr Coach Pratt Third Row Coach Jahn W Bengston C Peterson D Graham B .liAXll'lg B Ixes D 'Vlaxnard .I Dahl M Mavnard D Schroll D Larson 'SF 3 so FORTY EIGHT LITTIE SIX ALL STARS Larry McCre1ght Don Schroll Charles Dunn Marxm Mawnard Sam Barr Front Row Coach Jahn E Robbins C Dunn L McCre1ght M Maynard Coach Pratt Back row S Barr E Wlllxdms B Ixes C Peterson D Schroll D Graham B hxung J Dahl L Gustafson M Sproston Q- FORTY-NINE Ngxq FWPTY 14' A m -I Fix? 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':'1z ' " 11' 1 amz 3' "1 ' if '-'1 1'.' ' .ITU-fl .' 1 , C ' ' ' , '1 - -, 1 , 11 2 . 1 " , 3 '05, Sz j 1 . 'L 1 A A 1 Blll Volentme Guald Blll Ives FOIXK nd Don Slmpkms Gu nd 0 X33 Q N f First run R Be-xrx 'NI Sprustcm S We fb at Qi D 8 P, S011 UU 1121 I I SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TFAM L Q "Ni" becund ron C 'Nulson G PM Q A arson C' NIcBr1d1 L us Howard Bennett GUdICi Don Schroll Gu nd Bob Eumg Centm FIFTY THREE li V: , 'J N I 25' 25 '25 " 1 11 . - , L- ' -. ,- ', L-Amiga la I 11 . v. mf, A Hall, x f 'Y' 'F' W " 1.-5 ' " A' ' ' " f - , 'ao 37, I L . L. - -. .G 'as 1 4 at ,fav , tail' , J. B y Cc a 'h 'Q -fxv . "' V r X ,' ' L1 . P ' J., sf ' T ff Q X V 4 v ' Y - v Z' . '. v '. W H 1 0 RW? g . uzdezz- sf ! J , 3 Q 55 FRESH-SOPH RELAY: Front row: D, Tracy, D. Huntoon E' Robbins' B' Ewing. D. Lahdli-1. M. Kirlkaid. MA Sprosumv J. Dahl- Top row: P. Engwall, G. Cooper D Volentinc B Grav Under thc dnsctron of Co rch Thomrn the Grecn Dr rgon tr rck rnd frcld squrd won thc lnge tr rvelrng, trophv rt the rnnurl Alcxrs crrnrvrl The squrd rlso prrtrcrprted rn 1 mcct rt Kirkwood rnd pl reed second rn Lrttle Srx Conference competrtron held on the Monmouth college freld At the Lrttle Sri meet the two mrle relrx term c rm wrthrn onc tenth of r second of tyrng the record Prul Engxx rll wrth hrs drscus entered the Grtewrw Clrssres hcld rt Clmton Iowa From there he ment to thc drstrrct meet hcld rt Rock Islrnd Illrnors Here Brg Dunker flrppcd thc drscus 142 feet to wrn the event c rsrlv Thrs wrn entrtled hrm to go on to the State meet rt Chrmpwrgn Here he lost out rn the tough competrtron Thc letter wrnncm elected Drvrd Tr rcy ae then 1950 trick crptrrn DISCLS P Engxxall TWO 'VIILL RFI XX D Trrcw C Dunn S Barr B Grav i-O X mf rr G 'Lb Nb- R--T" Q Q V'w"C'Ei 'fr 1 ' ir- fa ig. Q FIFTY FIVE .' 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I .. . t .- ., . nk, 'l- , ., ,,g x -V " ' rf AQ! 12 Yea Green Yea VJ11 Te Yea Aledo Plqht' PIC-Jhfl Flqht' INTRAWIURAL BOXING First Row C Jacobs D hroll F Kcrnan D Larson J Saclcxxlle Second Row J Doxxd L Johnson B Aldrlch K Bulihtl' B RIEEUTS K IXUYIHN J 'ML '7ZofA, Intramural basketball xx xs qulte a success thxs xear About fxftx bms turncd out lor lntramurals Elght teams were chosen and matched as m anx other tournament A team had more of 1 chance be cause It vxasnt ehmmated untll It had lost txxo games The games were plated exerx Nlondax and NVednesdax noons from 12 to 12 30 The team captams ucre B111 Holman Charles Dunn Charles Peterson Fred Kernm Bob Larson Larrx McCre1ght Car roll 'VIcBr1de and B111 Gox dv B111 Holmans team emerged as the champions Thc members ot his team vscrc as follows B111 H01 man Captam Gene Tltterlngton Earl Robbms Joc Glffln Robcrt F1sher Don Llowd and Joew Har roun Flrst Row D Hcdger J Perkms D Nlemmgcr VS Bengston M Rxan T Xarner R Nlurdock J Sack xllle Second Row K Butcher D Lloxd F Kernan G T1tter1ns:ton L NIcCre1ght J Dowd D Hunter W Bogart Thlrd Row L Castor E XV1ll1ams G Thornburg L Decker C Dunn C Peterson B Govxdx D McCre1ght Fourth Row K Bogart J Harroun C Bndgford G Dans F Hunt C Nelson D Benson K Fuller Fifth Ron L Kulm J G1ff1n L Robinson C MCBr1de J Stead D Mawnard J Guthrle B Ixes Slx Ron B F1sher J Peterson D Carlson J Mart1n Coach Jahn FIFTY SEVEN 1 ' . 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SINIOR CH-YSIPS I-lrst Ron Gnrtrudi Iuckmll I an Nelwm June x1llI14.I' Marxamu Hu Smond Kun Nllflllll Hhltn Pxttx HWTIJKDLIT W mdx Jm1l1K0l1 Qallx Opptpll Wlonn, june, ZMZLQA, TRXNILRXI LHXNIIS Jmu 'Xlcinx Pcggx Jonas Susu Cux Kind: Iuhnion Sallx Oppp P1 x FIFTY EIGHT C IRLS IIN IRANILR XI S Row K P Xwllll uns Huck K on son 1 1 1 du' J ur o D 111 111 x.rtso11 J P1 Q 1 M Morr1s Glfflfl J SVSLdI'lI1gLlI S Opplelt P Cooper N Kottman B Engxxdll M Hvett S Guk A 'VI17ner IN Ste ad Row L B Bostrom W Johnson M Bonx nge S Reason M Whlte M Reason M Kuk D Prenhss J McCaXx F RIEQIIIS Row D K Varner C Boultlng house D Srmth J Nelson G Lockmxller b'illlIOII V Iwx J Ethr dge L Too LN F Harbour It vu If C Codx M Kottrnan D BFS mt I 111 s N ll 11 BON I INK mdx Johnson S1 1 C IX Bu 1 rlx Bos tro111 Corn BKlLIlllllHllLbLlNL I Lggx Fuhr C xrol Dplhtt P1 EEK Jonps M aurun Moore o 111 N1 son rum o L rolxn llI'lLN Q non Doxot lk Dixon C Lrtruc 1 o1.kn11llLr lvlllldlll xvlllll Dmn Wo 1 a6'aA.fzl:alL BaAlmt6alL Bnw The gnls lllll 11nu1.1ls xxele held dllllllg the H0011 h0u1 txxo dns 1 week All gnls xxlth sp.11e tlme 1nd the ones who hked sports cumn out to pl IN Such gllllilb IS b xseball basket b1ll md xollexbill XNCIC plawed Te.1ms we1e chosen m b1sketb'1ll md bxsebull .md toulna ments took p11Le In volleyball te1ms COIISIStIIlg of bows and gnls 1nd fucultw plaxed 111 .1 nngle CllITllIl IIIOD tou1n1ment ATHLETIC COUNCIL I-'1rst Row N Kottman S Gux J M17nf.r P Harbour Second Rove N Albertson C Codv J Clvmon E Motln FIF-TY NINE F. -' , . 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A, I . v - 5 ' Chrlstmas Darty Wlnkum Drues tom Sklft G A A Skatma Party feature Tledemah skates backwards Moo e and Petes UI'1f1I'11ShSd husmess Coach Barr s team wme Ol1CCI1'1 trophy Bowhhq Youve aot to concentrate' Moorhead and hls yardstlck m A V C Wednesday s the aeadhhe' Qhampoo speclals egg and crackers T Organizations 'QI H i SIXTY-ONE First Rovs Groomer Dans Don Graham Wanda Johnson Don Schroll Mxss Ketzle Second Rovs Marxm Sproston Jun Peterson Peggy Fuhr Janxce Johnson Nlorma Kottman Mamie Lou Brovln Salls Oppfelt Cora Ann Boultmghouse Carulxn Glffln Thlrd Rove Joe Gxffln Don Benson Frazler Hunt Jack Bonvnge John Dahl Charles Peterson The Student Counc1l has had a ten successtul wea1 One of 1ts mum DIOJCLIS was to put new numbers on the doors of the classrooms Ill school Somc of thc Oth6l pxolects .ne as lxsted a calendax of the weeks events on CVCIQ classloom and offlcc bulletln board exexy week floxx exs sent to students who :ne S1Ck OI to those whole thele has been a death ID thc famllx runnmg L1 checkxoom at all thc basketball games at school makme a SLIdpbOOk of the nevtspapel WIIIC ups ot the schools XQIIIOUN 1ct1x1t1es Thls scrapbook IS used as a lecoxd fox the school Membels of the councll hlvc llso lttendcd thc d1st11ct and state conventlons of the lll1no1s Student Councll Assoclatlon Thexe ne mnetccn membexs of the councll whlch lepxesent the foul classes lll hlgh school These membcls mclude the pxesldent and thc vlce plcsldcnt who nc elected bv thc student bodx and thc SCLILLIIW who IS lIJDO1llHCl bw the p1ONldlI'll OI- I-ICERS Flrst Row Groomer Daxls Treasurer Don Graham Vlce President Mlss Ket7le Ad user Don Schroll Presldcnt Wanda John son S1 c ret xrx COWIMI TTFF CHAIRWIEN Fxrst Row Sallv Oppfelt Pep Carolwn Glf tln Scrapbook Norm.: Kottman Checkroom Prcsldent Schroll Second Row Cora Ann Boultmghouse Flow cr Ch xrles Pttcrson Cxlnu .xr SIXTY TWO . , . , V . 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' I Z ' . ,. . , f 'I 1 I "U t l 'd' . + X C 0l'l-ICF Ilrrx NIcCrught V141 Presxdent Jlm llflflflflllld Prtsldent Ch1rles Dunn Secretary md Treasurer George Pratt Adxlser Uwuuty, Spa The Aledo V'11s1ty Club whose membelshlp LONSISIS of muol lettu vxlnnels ln tootblll basketblll and tldCk, emowed a xery successful and actlve xea1 under the leudelshlp of Plesxdent J1m Moolhead VICC pxesldent LHIIN McC1e1ght md secretnw treasurer Chaxles Dunn The A V C members thlough the selllng of penclls and caps and the sponsolshlp of sexexal dances were rble to make 'lppIOYlI'I18lClN S100 fox the11 club xn 1950 51 Some members purchased small gold pms xuth the lettels A V C on them, fox then letter SVVCHICIB The A V C as a gloup punthased txxo monogl am blankets fo1 donltlon to the athletlc department The mem bets ale 'also plannlng to xote on the p1o1ect of buung a new med1c1ne k1t and enlaxgmg football basketball, and txack p1ctu1es xxhlch are to be hung on the walls of the second flcol corudox New membels taken 1nto the club th1s xear VVCIC as folloxxs football lettex runners, Don Soseman Eugene Wllllams, Dxxlght Moodx Lwle Decker Dlck Maxnald basketball lettel xxmnels Don Slmpklns, B111 Volentme Track letter WIHDCIQ w1ll be named it the close of the t11Cli seasod X X C NIEWIBFRS I-lrst Ron Donald Soseman Marxln Sproston E'1rlRolJh1ns Jack Tlttermgton Lwle Detker Coath Pratt Second Ron Sam Barr Charles Dunn Howard Bennett Don SIITIDKIHS Marxm Maw nard Third Rovl B111 hes Jlm Moorhead Bob Exung Duxght 'Nloodv Charles Peterson Fourth Row Don Schroll John Dahl Don Grxhim Daxe Larson B111 Volgntme Dlck Maxnard 1,4 SIXTY THREE A. . . ' ,RS- ,z Q 4 - - , '--- ' 1 'z , X' 1 . ' , -' A' a .' 3 - z , I 1.1 ' , ' , I ' SSS 1. ' 1' ' 'Q 2 , . 2 , . .. n x. . , , K. , 2 K, . ,. ,Z .5 . , . ' - , , 1 . ,- . . . . . . , . 5 L L. x .L , . K., , L b . . K . 4 L, , . . .a . . . . ' ,' .t . '. . .1 . - ., . . , . . . . a ' ' " 'S ' 'Z . ' Z ' . - - 1 ' y - ' 1' , ' ' ' . ' . . L C ' . . 3 l . - I Q l 4. v a- ' '- . . - . - v - . ,' . V . .. . , . - ,. , , , . . -, . ' 1 2 . 'Z . ' ' . . V " 4 ., . . . .' - ' I v ' ' r. . . . 1 1 1 . 4 , 1 , . , 1 .. , K' . ' . I 1 , " , ' . A' . fi .+ , 8 A 2 I .... E ,W F H A OFFICERS Front Rovs N Kott man Treasurer J McCavt Secretarv W Johnson President G Lockmxller V1ce President Second Rove F Rursch Parlla mentarlan J Nelson Chorlster Mrs M Clears Adxlser M Broun Hlstorlan P Relander Pom! Captaln Absent Donna Waugh Reporter F H A SOPHO'VIORhS l-ront Row D Waugh P Relander E Moffltt J Young N1 Kottman N Stead S Greer Second Row M 'Vlmteer R Lean J Bevtlex D Prentxss S Mawnard K Varner Third Rovs D Sage M Nlchols S Reason J Peter S011 P H A SOPll0'VIORES Ifront Rnvx Foote B Fortncr C Broun R Brovxn W Lemon E Heck Second Row M Holt M Broun J Johnson M Brvant J Clxmore R Babcock E Frye F H A FRESIINIEN Front Rovx L Rld dell R Sexter J Johnson L Landls F Heck J Walker Second Row N Albert son B Bedford Y Lemon B Thomp son P Fuhr J Jobusch P WIIIIHIHS C Codx Third Row M Moore P Jones R b0l1 My .I J new Hood Knnlm, - - we Hope ark. JV: Qu "" X- 'WH' 3 SIXTY FOUR T e theme fo1 the F H A duumg 1950 51 was the All Amexlcan Glrl Each month the meetlng was planned alound somethmg the All Amer1can Gul would be mtelested ID The h1ghl1ght for Februa1y was the formal dance sponsored by th1s orgam zat1on, at VNhlCh t1me Kmg Frost and Queen Clxstal wele crowned Easter tlme brought us a stvle show A new project wh1ch was undeltaken thlS vear was Daddv Date nlght at xx h1ch t1me the fOlmd1 1n1t1at1on was held Both proved to be VBIW successful At the end of the xe.11 the mothers were honored at a tea At thls tune new Off1CCIS were lll stalled l- H A SENIORS F1rstRow M Hvctt S Sutton C Glffxn D Holt D Johnston M Bonvnge J Ncl son C Boultlnghouse Second Rove G Lockmlller 'VI Calderone B Toohev M Reason F Wlllldlhb D Dlxon W Johnson M Whlte J Mx7ner Third Ron S Oppfelt D Smlth W Grxdley P Harbour J Svsearlngen B Bostrom J MeCaw F H A JLNIORS Front Row F R1gg1ns A Jones K Thompson D Rannex D Wolfe Second Row G Stexens J Murphv E Toohey M MOOFIS A Al hertson Thlrd Row N Kottn an B Engvsall S Gut P Cooper xv vs fl X' , . . A. - ': . - 5 2 ' 4: V. . ' " 3 'V . c- '. . .. . -' ': C. . , . ' ' . . , EE ' 4 v. . , 3 . , - 1 gre, h Chapman, M. Braucht, J. Mllls, H. Gustaf- U' 'ef h ' . . . "1 ' - , nn 8 ' ll ' n ' '.V7 ' 4 ' . ' ' 1 C v 5 . V . . . ' - ' -' . , . . - .-,NH . .V -. . ' "' V ' l . . L V . . . I' I" E ,,K,' ,- I ' - 'L ' ' ' - ' S ' 1 V - ' . ,, ,. is sf- -V 5 - ' 'Q K y , . 1 v. - ' ': . . - , . x , f V . - V . - - - . v .- ' ' . . . 3, . . ': . I EN .. 'E H T' .' Y ' . . . , . , . F F A JR AND SR Flrst R w Davld Skxnner John Dowd Earl Robblns Kenny L3DdlS Frazler Hunt Ronald Phllllps Second Row Charles Dunn Le Roy Marple Date Larson Don Schroll Fred Beard Joe Leary and Mr Schaper Thlrd Row Groomer Dans Levus Mulett Claxr Llovd Sam Barr B111 Gowdy Jerry Stead and Lvle Decker vs F F A OFFICERS Seated Dave Larson Presldent Kenny Fuller Reporter and Larry McCre1ght VICE President Standing Sam Barr Watchdog B111 Gowdy Secretary and Charles Dunn Treasurer 330' The Aledo chapter of the Future Farm ers of Amerlca had a successful year un der the aciwsement of Freclrlck A Schaper advlser One of the ma1n hlghhghts was the Parent Son banquet held the evemng of Aprll 17 ID the Method1st church base ment A quartet composed of Groomer Davls, Gary Peterson, B111 Gowdy and Don Schloll sang two numbers Don Schroll was master of ceremon1es The feature of the evenmg was a movxe shown by Mr Schaper At Chrlstmas members of the F F A sold Chrlstmas cards Members of the F H A entertamed the F F A at the annual Chrlstmas palty FRESHMEN Sr SOPHOMORE F F A Iflrst Row Jack Stead Lloyd Johnson Kenny Fuller B111 Baugher Don Benson Charles Nelson John Guthrle Dean McCre1ght Second Row Wllbur Bogart Kelth Bogart Third Row Larry Castor Marty Ryan Hank Gray Jlm Sackvllle Ronald Larson Laxerne Kulm Gary Peterson Clay Brldgford Robert Rlgglns Blll Hall and Mr Schaper SIXTY FIVE . . . . .- ' o : ' ' , , ' . ' , ' , 1.3 af. V W , , , -'fl 3 ' 1 W K - ' 1 ' ' ' - ' 3 . . . - 2 , ' 3 - .' , 1 ' . ' - - - - - ' 7 ' 3 A - . . . ' . . . 3 . - ' - , . . V I A . ' . 13 nf K. G A A OPI-ICERS Sally Oppfelt Presldent Maryanne Hvett Vlce Presldent Wanda Johnson Secretary Treasurer Marian Bonynge Pomt Captain and MISS Tledeman Sponsor ww Under the leadersh1p of Pre-s1dent Sally Oppfelt the Glrls Athletlc ASSOC13t1OH ol Aledo Hlgh School has progressed durlng the year Not only was the 50 Hornecom mg a success but there has been recogmtlon ln bowllng telegraphlc basketball, and many other sports MISS Lorralne Tledernan IS the G A A sponsor SIXTY SIX SOPHOWIORES 8. JUNIORS Rovu A N Kottman P Cooper B Young Row B M Klck N Stead F Duncan M Kottman D Sage Rovs C E Moffltt D Prentlss J Clymore K Varner M Nlchols FRESHNIEN 81: SENIORS Row A M Whlte C Boultlnghouse B Bostrom J Swearmgen C Glfflll M Hyett M Bonynge Row B J Nelson D Smlth G Lockmlller P Harbour J Mlzner S Oppfelt Row C P Wllllams C Cody W Johnson M Reason N Albertson J M1115 O ual, - . . . , . . . 7 . . . , 1 Engwall, G. Miller, S. Guy, J STUDENT STAFF First Row Maryanne Hyett Marun Maynard Darlene Holt Shlrlev Sutton Second Row Marjorle Reason Blll Holman Eugene Wllllams Hovxard Bennett M1ss Bovxers Ronald Wllllams Barbara Wakeland Darlene Smlth Carroll McBr1de Pat Harbour IVIHPIHH Bonynge Swufuiq, .Slwn "The Student staff IS composed of all the members of the JOUFHHIISITI class Ea h month durmg the school year th1S class publ1shes The Student Th1s monthly paper records the VHFIOUS happen1ngs of the school such as SOCIHI events sports stor1es and club meetlngs Oh of course we cant forget the humor column can we? Each month the class members are asslgned to d1fferent dutles Among the var IOUS pos1t1ons are the edxtor 1n Chlef the managlng ed1tor the news edltor, and the re porters The edltor IH chlef IS mostly 1n charge of the paper Whlle the managmg ed1tor after lt IS prlnted The news ed1tor asslgns the d1fferent altlcles to be wrltten Every member of the class wrltes three or four art1cles dependmg on the number and length of the art1cles The s1xteen students semors take turns at wr1t1ng the same art1cles such as the humor column MISS Ivel Bowers the Journallsm teacher checks the art1cles after they have been Wfltten When some of the class stays at n1ght to work on the paper MISS Bowers stays and helps them J1m Roberts the ed1tor of The Tlmes Record takes the plctures for the paper and The Tlmes Record pr1nts the paper Last fall WISE Western Ill1no1s School Edltors requested that Aledo should se lect the VICC presldent of th1s organ1zat1on The Journahsm class chose MHFJOTIE Reason to f1ll th1s pos1t1on WISE meets Seml annually 1n the fall and 1n the sprmg In the sprmg the class may enter a contest for the best news storv ed1tor1al sports story and feature art1cle MISS Dorothy Ruble and Mrs Thoman faculty Judges selected the fol lowlng art1cles to go to the contest Best news story MarJor1e Reason best ed1tor1al Barbara Wakeland best sports story Howard Bennett and best feature art1cle Marv1n Maynard These four art1cles w1ll be judged along wlth the entr1es from other schools 1n the sprmg SIXTY SEVEN I ,, , . . . C - ' - an ya - I 7 ' 9 , , ' , - 1 ' 7 7 7 ' , . . . . - - - v , - ' ' ' 1 helps him. These two people take the paper down to The Times Record and go get it, . . 7 . ' 7 7 7 . 7 . . , . ' v ' 7 7 , . 1 1 s ' ' 7 , 7 . I 7 7 I - I 7 - 9 1 ' ' ' 2 , J , Q , S , Zi? Nil' GAMM, QM' 4 asses 00' up W, ' wa s LJ MW, gym t:.f-as Left to nght Mrs Thoman Lxbrarlan Assxstants D Rannes A Albertso D Dvcon A Jones Jim, Bnnlz, fnfuzcfz, Under the dlrectlon of Mrs Ruth Thoman llbrarlan ll students keep our book corner neat and 1n shxp shape cond1t1on Student llbrarlans check books out and m col lect fmes keep the shelx es 1n order prepare the dally due and over due 11st dust and water the plants One hundred new books haxe been added thxs xear Recent magazmes and refer ence books are avallable to students durmg the1r study per1ods Mrs Thoman helps keep the study all attractlve by keeplng many cheer ful plants and posters m the room all xewr long LIOLKMISE K Vxrntr F Rlgglll T Klmball M Th man SIXTY ElGHT A my ' : . . , ' ' : ' , , . n, . 4. , . . . . . . 1 - . y - ' ' ' ' D 1 - v V v ' v v Y I 7 . - h - ' r ' - 'Cf . ' V C . . I 1 uk 'lr 'Ir Morris, V. Norton, Mary Minn-er. Center: Mrs. , I: U ' . 'im L--we-cal-vw S..- -1 as-Q55 dutlwfm, Thls book should blmg back memoxles to those people who slaxed long and hud houu to make ou1 Aetxum moxe Quccebeful than mx othel plecedmg Abtlum Oul 1930 al WCdlbOOk xx IS assembled ln the Lhemlatly loom under MISS Mlles falthful f3UlddllCC Oul tools Lohslsted of paper cuttex IUICTS penclls plctules paper dummles and 11st but not least that btlnkx glue Thoee who came and worked fcuthfullv on the Astxum w1ll be able to look back m lxtex xeau and saw I helped to bulld thls book We xx 15h to thank MISS M1les fox hex Qplehdld SUDLIXISION and coopela txoh IH puttmg out oul yearbook Nxfw-Q WR w SIXTY NINE , . Q i . nr 'N if " . RM , if "i as . at M . 'X'-', 'M' , M , if . 4 k,,,..T.,.,.., K , ., ...i V ' L. .' .' S X V . 1 C l . .Sy . . 5 . . L .- . L uv . . ' . . ' . ' -' A, . . ,ls a ' . '. ,. . . ' ' 1' .' y ' . . . Lf w L-'Q x . ' v ' , ' . 1 v . -1 4 1 v A' .1 L . ' V1 ' '. 'Y ,'. ' ' , . ' . ,.,'.' . 1.- - A m' 9 Q' ' ' -2 o- - 1' , - " 1 lf . I 4 . , tu.. 6.4. - -Y-' "iii . 576 miles in a jouncin', joltin' school bus . . . . Speak for our dinners . n . . Water bombs at Mattoon . . . . Accidents that happen at play practice . Ze' ,f f if "Use your diaphragm" Abingdon Music Contest . . Dahl swoons at Clinton Schroll plus bombs equals re tlannels . . . Music Drama S LNT use X P- Baton Fnsemble Gertrude Mute Quartet Selma Exb Jmce McCaxx Nancw Fes Jackle Murphx Lockmlller 'VIBTIIXII Stone "Q, A :fp U I,-L !.'l Ill Nl RX If IX If R lXIT1UI1d Poster Fdu ard Cigle Fmt: Peterson IRUNIBONI' QLARTILI Jw, Gliflll Janne Petnrson Patricia 511 ben Iom Kimball GIRLS SLXTBT Juan Nelson Gertrude Lmkmlllmr Jfnut QNXCATIIIHLN M.-zrlcm. Kuttxndn Dclorls Sage Nlamxl Lou Broun Cherie Broun pianist SEVENTY TWO ZW I A ,- 'gin .' -tj' ii ii V W ' ..a , , r W - -' if -.r-' l ' ff, Y i .1 f b " 0 gif .L V Druk, Dean .!N1vkay,J Ggary 9 2 ' ' ' ' I . Q 5 5 D rf Q 'V , 1 A Q . H Y 'b ' - rr .F JT 1 up 'VIIYFD OCTFT Front Row Swllw Oppfalt Betta Toohmv Sue Gut Mlrxam Whltv. BATON bocond Row berild Nevxsuwndcr B111 ING Don Grwhxm Ch xrleb Pmteroon Pattv Hxrbour s. fx og x x CLXRINET QLARTET Jun Peterson D mn MLKM Ravmond Foster Eduard Nelson l'llX1llg won f11st it thc Cllbtl1Ct contest nn Abmgdon, D Schxoll Mxller, P Halboul M McG1l1 John Dahl tlombone qualtette mxxed octet, and g1r1Q hoxue went on to state xxhexc Don ind Gloua placed f1lSt The othels renewed second GIRLS Shl'I'I'I' Fern Wlllllll1S Normi Kottvnm Gungli Stexena Jackie Mur ph! Arlen: Albcrtion Darluu Smith Rltx Broun Chula Broun DlfllllSl. BOXS' OITPI' First Ron John Spros ton, Ronald Wlllldfhb Second Row Groomer Davis Gary Paterson 'lhlrd Row Wessel Bengston John Dahl Charle-Q Peterson Don Graham SEVENTY THREE: onzgzfpr. , D D , - - T' . ff - N , , 5 , . ' 1 . f 'S It . v B 4 . ' ' 3 ' I i 9. Q' , G. - ' 'y ' ' f .. P 5, 4 W . 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X ' '2 ' ', 4 ' '- - ' 1 x 1 ' 5 1 ' . 1 Y i . , ,i . 4 We Y nga GIRLS CHORLS Flrst Row Ethel Henk Waxnetel Lemon Esthtr Frse Nanu Stead R1ta Brovxn Donna Waugh Ann Jones Bonnle Barger Carol Thompson Bettx Fortner 'Vlarx lane Holt and Coleen Foote Wrnght Sh1rlex Sutton Marlene Kottlnan Slnrlu Nlaxnard Dmne Prentxss Carolxn Glffln Glorla M11 ler Mr Dorth Third Rovl Joan Nelson Darlene Holt Gertrude Locknnller Marv Nxthols Bettv Duncan Cherxl Honewrnan Roberta Babcock Janet Suearlngen Sallx Oppfelt Mamle Lou Broun Delores Sage Arlene Albertson Donna Mae Rannex Joan Johnson Fourth Row IVIITISIIYX Whlte Darlene Smith Mar yorle Reason Susle Gux Shlrlex Reason Norma Kottman Fern Wllllams Velxa Salmon Bette Toohey Jaekxe Murphw Georgla Stexens BOXS CHORUS Fxrst Ron Kennx Kernan Ronnle Berrx Cerald Nuxsuander Lxrrx McCre1ght Dlck Hunter John Sproston Frazler Hunt Dean lVltCre1gl1t Sernnd Ron Ronald VV1llldl1lS Blll Govxdv Ernle LeQuatte Charles Peterson Groomer Dams Don Graham Don Benson 'lhlrd Ron Wessel Bengston g1llhAldr1dge Bill Ixos Ronnie Phllllps John Dahl Don Sthroll Tom Kimball Gary Peterson M orc l-RESHMEV CHORLS Fxrst Row Carol Cods Nancx Albertson Helen Gustafson Barbara Brown Nancw Ruherr Jan1ce Johnson Peggx Fuhr Carol Dellxtt Rlta Selter Llnde Jobuseh Betty Thompson Marlene Chrlstlan Ifaxe Heck Second Rovs Nanes Few Loxs Llndls 'Vlaureen Moore Emma Jean Blrd Barbara Bedford Jane Walker Janet Mllls Peggs Jones Mardelle Braucht Yxonne Lemon Louann Rld dell Roberta Chapman Thlrd Row Melun Wllclherger Larrx Castor Dukex Doss Joev Harroun War rr-n Norgaard Laxernv. Kulm Lavsrenu Gustafson Larrw lemon Marty Rxan J1ITllT'lV Peterson Wxlbur Pogart Mr Doreh SEVENTY FOUR xy? ti 'H 'lk .W fi I 3 :Sf W , V , . ' ot x . vw, u ! W , J - - xr H . .N ,s n I l.. f. , l . A , , . V ij A I . j l 4 - . , . Seeond Row: Cherie Brown, Marilyn Bryant, Frances Duncan. Ellen Kimball, Patsy Relander, Barbara V .. i.. I V ': x v- .E A .' . Q I I .' 1' 5. .i s . ' ' ' ' . - . , ' ' . v . - , , v , , , ., B K V K uf J, I 1. ly. v ' l i ' ' t , , ' . MIXFD CHORUS Plrst Row Cherle Brovsn Marxlxn Bryant Esther Donna Waugh Sh1rlev Sutton Norma Kottman Fern XVIIIIBITIS Glor1a Prentlss Betty Fortner Marv Jane Holt Ann Jones Coleen Foote and ,pi U 1 Frye Rlta Brown Patsy Relander M1ller M1m1e Lou Brown Dlane r Dorch Second Row Darlene M Holt Joan Nelson Mary Nlchols Roberta Babcock Marlene Kottman Shlrlev Reason Janet Swearmgen Arlene Albertson Velxa Salmon Sallv Oppfelt Donna Rannev Carolyn Glfflll Delores Sage and Edna Toohev Third Rovs 'VI1r1am Whxte Darlene Smlth Gertrude Lockm ller Kenny Kernan Ronn1e Berry B111 Govxdx Ernest LaQuatte Gerald Nevxsvtander Larry MCCF6lghl Dzck Hunter John S rost F p n Hunt Bette Toohey Georgla Stexens and Jack1e Murphw Fourth Row Mar1or1e Reason Sue0Guy ring' sel Bengston Ronald Wxlllams B111 Aldr1dge B111 Ixes Ronald Ph1ll1ps Tom K1mball Gary Peterson John Dahl Don Schroll Charles Peterson Groomer Daxzs Don Graham Don Benson Dean MLCre1ght BAND Flrst Row Dee McKav Selma Elb J1m Peterson MBFIIWD Stone Pattv Harbour Gertrude Lock 1n11ler Ruth Ann Whlte Eduard Nelson and Jerrn F1sher Second Row Jovce MLCavs N a L F Jackle Mur hv 1VIam1+, Lou Brovsn Shlrlev Reason B111 Re1d Kenneth Fuller Delores Sage and Rabymofiuxd D Sproston Th1rd Row Marlene Tom Calhoun Larrv Candor B111 Baugher LeRoy Marple Edward D1ck and Mr Dorth Daud Westlev Tom K1mball Kottman Glorla M1ller DuWayne Tucker Darlene Smxth Mary Nxchols M1r1am Wh1te and Marx MLG1ll I-ourth Row Jeanne Fell Carol Olsen Marjorle l-lfth Row Joe Glffm Reason Fern Wllllams Tohn Dahl Lvle Decker Janet Blackman Jovae Peterson Joan Nelson Charles Peterson ROITDIB Ph1ll1ps Janet Clymore and Pattv Sleben SEVENTY FIVE ,f , s ' A L Sf xi - 1 - x ft C? - 1 F' A f f in I S 1 111, " i I 3 1 , 1 . 1 ' 1 1 ,dsx U - 5 1? 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V X ,, Q I 5 sm :uw-q,, f-1 Q-win u,fan,L Jalw.9 dh, BX 'VIOSS HART 8: GEORGE KAUFWIAN You Cant Take It W1th You was the problem play presented by the seuor alass this year room vyhere plavs are vyrltten snakes are collected ballet steps are performed The settmg was ln la but not least a prlntmg press lS operated W th such a zany bank 'cylophones are played and ground the play was off to an hllarous start Tony Klrby only son of Mr and Mrs Anthony Klrby of Neyy York soc1etv and Allce Sycamore member 1 f 1 fall ln love Tony brlngs hrs parents on the vtrong nlght If you yylll recall the scene of qulte an unusua aml y above you wlll understand how futlle thlngs seemed to be after th1s Allce refuses to marry Tony because th A1 she says thelr two famllles are too dlfferent The Kxrbys qulte agree yn lce the Sycamores are rlght and that hxs parents are vyrong ln objectmg to hrs marrlage Grandpa Vanderhott f 11 brln s Mr Kxrby around to agreexng Wlth the Sycamores ma y g Many more thlngs happen such as Grandpa Vanderhoff refusmg to pay lncome tax cause he doesnt d 1 1 frlend gellevlel ln xt Also there are many humorous scenes betyyeen Rheba the colored maid an 1er Joy onal The cast who had loads of fun 1n presentlng the play yxere Penelope Sycamore Sally Oppfelt Essxe her married daughter Dlane Johnston Rheba the mald Joan Nelson Paul Sycamore Penns husband Charlle Peterson Mr De Pina B111 Gowdy Ed Larry McCre1ght and Donald Charlie Dunn 'V1art1n Vanderhoft Grandpa Dwlght Moody Alxce Sycamore Darlene Holt Henderson Tlm Moorhead Tony Klrby Donald Schroll Borls Kollnkhov B111 Ives Mrs K1rbv Marge Reason Mr Kxrby Don Graham Three men Sam Barr Claxr Lloyd and Jack Txtterlngton and the Grand Duchess Olga Dorothy Duron Each senlor performed some servlce ln presenting the plav either by be1ng 1n the cast or on the pro duction staff The students who were not ln the play made up the productlon staff as follovss Student dxrectors Patty Harbour Helen Weeks Stage B Duncan J Mlzner R Mlllett D Larson F R I Pro s J Svyearmgen C Kernan M Maynard Llghts J Leary D Maynard Sound C VVICBYIGG arson p Glffln W Grxdley J Frye Make up and costumes J McCaw B Toohev F Rursch Pr1nt1ng Marllvn Stone F W11ll3mS Publlcxty M Whlte D Smith B Bostrom C Boultmghouse L Decker R Hunter Tmkets M Bonynge F Beard W Johnson E Wxlllams S Sutton H Bennett M Hyett B Volentlne House D Sose man J Mlzner J Stead R Wxlhams Ushers D Wolfe B Wakeland E Fordham J Murphy and G Lock mlller I SEVENTY SEVEN Q 1 K A 4 ' I K A W , , . 1 . fm, -Q roam... gg "- ffffij V .X-" ' 'N' .y L14 .,' V '1jss.axyQf A ut - -W 17-JI: A r TW " AK. , V ll I ' li ' ' a V K Y ' , A V - 1 1 v - Z st. I , ' ' " ' . i ' K' 1 ' - The Sycamores sympathize with Alice, but they fail to! understand,her point of view. Tony thinks J Q t On Sxttndax F9bILl'llW 24 1951 thre students fxom Aledo Hlgh Journexed to East lVIOl1llC H1g,h School to be contestants IU the annual speech contest Joan Nelson g1X1llg a dxamatu 1ead1ng Ethan Fxome placed fouxth IH the SCFIOUS 1ead1ng d1x1s1on W V' Wlth h1s humolous leadlng The Tooth The Whole Tooth 1nd Nothmg But the Tooth B111 Ixes xeuutd 1 fou1th place lll hL1I1"1Ol0l1S lCld1llg Just to keep thlngs even D1ane Johnston teled 111 extempoxalv verse readmg also placed fou1th xx1th the poem she drew FOlCSt F116 The1e xx e1e contestants f1om East MOIIHC Cfeneseo Roth Island Aledo V1018 L1tt1e York Rexnolds and Mo11ne entered 1n the contest SEVENTY EIGHT Quia' May 25 - Commencement 1950 May Through August-Vacation Time Seotember- 1 School began tBack to the old grind.J 15 Galva C14-65 fOff with a bangl 22 Geneseo 418-05 Rah! fUnexpected victoryj I 28 Magazine sale begins CWC just missed our goal-tough lucky 28 Student Council Elections 23 ROVA C32-77 CThey'vc got a good team? October- 4 G.A.A. Buddy Hike fMy achin' feetj 6 Alexis C20-77 tlt was a tough battle, Ma, but I wonij 12 Roseville 627-67 tThe sun sure was hot D 19 Snake Dance fJust a warm-up for the homecoming game? 20 R.M.A. CWe made up for last vearj 21 Homecoming Dance iQueen Marilynb 24 F.H.A. and F.F.A. Initiation QThe cooking wasn't like Mothefsj 27 Pep Assembly flearned new cheers! 27 Knoxville Q20-123 CBrother! was that closelj November- 2 Junior Chamber of Commerce 2 Amateur Show qDon Schroll placed sec- ond for A.H.S.J 3 Pep Assembly fMiss Miles cheered us upb 3 Abingdon Q12-79 fOur time ran outl 4 Student Council District Meeting at Macomb 6 Student Council Meeting 7 A.V.C. Meeting and G.A.A. Meeting 8 F.H.A. Meeting, also F.F.A. 10 First Music Concert tRemember the chorus singing, "Thanksgiving Day?"b 12- F.H.A. Birthday Week 18 CHappy Birthdaylb 15 Football Banquet QThe club has wonder- ful turkeyfj 16 Senior class meeting QPlans were made for Astruml 17 New Windsor C70-243 The Little Dragons won too, 52-12 18 Reynolds C48-359 lLowest score of the seasonj 20 Student Council Meeting 22 End second six weeks C4 more to gol 24 East Moline fHilltoppers too tallj 24 No school fTurkey -um-m--J 24 Dress rehearsal for senior class play 28 Sherrard fovertimej 30 Senior class play QDwight Moody as 'tGrandpa"J Bk: K .. .- -3 December Roseville Q69 461 fF11stconference winb Senior Play tOur last dramatic effoitj G A A Meeting tLearned to dancej A V C Meeting tLettermen VIEW motion mcturesj Wanda Johnson D A R Aw ard F H A Meeting fS1ng Christmas carolsb R.lVI.A and Aledo Football Banquet CGirl friends make wonderful waitressesb Band Benefit, Home Talent Show Knoxville fEwing tallies 19 pointsl 12 Orion C52-473 tWe made itj 14 Sorenson Lyceum Assembly CVaga- bond Triob 15 Abingdon C60-555 CAledo drops second place in conferencel 15 Study Hall Dance CCrowded stag line! 18 Student Council Meeting 19 R.M.A. C92-343 New record! 22 Christmas Concert 22 January l-Christmas vacation 23 Tinsel Twirl CEnds 1950 school yearj January- 2 No school Ctoo much snowy 3 Back to school tsnow melted? 5 ROVA 64-61 fToo much Holcomb! 9 Alexis 66-56. Little Dragons win 60-30 17- Aledo Invitational Tourney 20 CWe win after six yearslj 18- Semester Exams tWho invented this 19 means of torture??J 23 LaHarpe 64-45 QUp against a fast teamj 30 Viola 85-55 CBarr gets 207 February- 2 Knoxville CMore overtimeb 6 G.A.A. Initiation CMy nosefb 9 Abingdon lThis is getting to be an old storyj 19 Winter Wonderland fKing Fred and Queen Pattyj 12 Lincoln's Birthday CWould that Wash- ington were also born in Illinoisb 14 F.H.A. Meeting 16 ROVA Q81-781 fWere we happy'.'J 16 Study Hall Dance sponsored by A.V.C. 20 Joy C73-531 fDahl, Oh, my eyelb 23 Alexis C"Pop" swished 21 this eveningh 26 Fred Kernan got a black, black eye 27 Opening of Regional Tourney tThe beginning of the end! Q . March- 2 End of Regional Tourney fthe endl 2 A.V.C. Dance fHave you ever danced with za tackle'?l 9 Student Council Square Dance fSwing your partncril 14 F.H.A. Meeting 14 F.F,A. Meeting 27 Contest Concert 31 District Music Contest C8 move upb April- 2 Student Council Meeting fP1ans laid for numbering classroomsl 6 Carnival by Junior Class CTalent show won by Don Schrollb 9 Dress rehearsal for junior play Cnobody knew his linesl 11 Matinee of "Fresh Air" for grade school CThey loved it J 12-13 Junior Play Ca great successll 19 Western Band Concert QThey were very good. Two encoresl 26 Galva Relays May- 1 Alexis Relays CTWO years in a rowl 4 Senior Study Hall Dance 5 G.A.A, Play Day 8 Track Meet at Reynods fwe win againb 9 F.F.A. Meeting 12 District Track Meet at Rock Island 15 Little Six Meet at Monmouth College Field 17 F.A.A. Mother-Daughter Tea 18 Faculty Party 4Gypsies in the McKown woodsj 18-19 State Track Meet-Champaign 18 Spring Concert CThat's all till next yearl 19 Junior-Senior Prom fThanks, juniors, for a wonderful memoryly 20 Baccalaureate CCaps and Gownsl 24 Class Night 25 Commencement C'Forward ever, back- ward never!"J MO 1 01 Qc fl! SAM BARR FFA 1234 offlcer 4 AVC 234 You Cant Take It Wxth You 4 One Wlld Nlght 3 mlxed chorus 1 trum staff plcture com m1ttee 4 football 1234 basketball 12 3 4 xntra murals 1234 track 123 4 speech contest 4 prom commlttee 3 prom Server 2 Wmter Wonderland klng candldate 4 co captam bas ketball team 4 honorable mentlon of Llttle Slx foot ball All Star team 4 HOWARD BENNETT X C 34 operetta 12 mlx chorus 1 2 3 4 boys chorus 12 3 4 music sololst 2 class officer treasurer 4 football 12 basketball 1234 track 234 band 4 prom committee l prom serx er 2 Messlah 2 BEX ERLX BOSTRO'Vl GA 12 You Cant Take It Wlth You publxcltv One 'W1ld Nlght make up rmxed chorus 3 glrls chorus 3 Astrum staff assemblw commlttee 4 In tramurals 1234 band 1 prom commlttee programs committee 3 Homecoming tomm1ttee chalrman of parade 4 Tll1SBlTWlFl to chalrman 4 prom serxer 2 bowling '34 CORIE AWN BOULTING HOLSE Student Council 1234 offxcer treasurer I AA 4 34 pomt captam 2 NICE presxdent You Cant It Wlth You tvpmg com m1 tee 4 One Wxld lN1ght publlcltv commlt tee 3 Astrum staff co chalrman 4 Intramurals 1 P34 prom serxer 2 GA A athletlc councxl 123 prom commlttee 3 Tmsel Tvulrl clean up commlttee 4 bovullng 34 DOROTHX DIXON S u dent COUHCII 1 FHA 12 34 offxcer 3 You Cant Take It W1th You 4 One W 11d Nlght productlon commlttee 3 mlxed chorus 2 gxrls chorus 2 Astrum staff edxtmg committee 4 mtramurals 2 4 band prom committee entertaxn ment 3 Tmsel Twlrl 4 prom serxer 2 llbrarv staff 234 baton twlrler 2 bovxllng 34 secretary 4 Nlessxah 2 salutatorlan 4 Class Nlght committee EIGHTY TWO FRED BEARD FFA 12 34 You Can t Take t Wlth You tlcket commlt te 4 One Wlld Nlght ticket committee trum staff tvplng com mlttee 4 'VIARIAN BONXVGE GA A 1234 offlcer pomt cap t n 4 FHA 1234 ou Cant Take It Wlth You chaxrman of tickets 4 One Wild Nlght chalrman of tlckets 3 mlxed chorus 1 class offxcer presldent 2 vue presxdent 3 Astrum staff assemblmg commit tee 4 Student staff 4 mtramurals 1234 prom committee food 3 Tmsel Tvurl tickets 4 prom serx Valentme Sweet heart 3 JAN! BLACKVIAN FHA One Wlld Nlght costume committee operetta 12 mixed chorus 1234 glrls chorus 1234 clarmet quartet 1 trum staff fmance com mittee 4 band 1234 prom commlttee entertamment 3 Messlah LXLE DECKER FFA 1 4 AVC 4 You Can Take It Wlth You publu xtv 4 One Wlld Nlght RIUSIK. soloxst saxophone 2 Astrum s t a f f plcture commlttee 4 football 23 4 basketball 2 track 23 mtramurals 1234 band l 234 prom commxttee dec oratlon 3 Tmsel TX51I'l 4 saxophone quartet 3 kmg candldate 1 Ramada, BETTY DUNCAN GAA 4 A 1 You Cant Take It With You stage chairman 4 mixed chorus 12 girls chorus 1 24 Astrum staff picture committee 4 Student staff 4 Homecoming com ing committee decorating 4 Tinsel Twirl tickets 4 EMMA l-ORDHAM FHA You C in t Taka Wi h You ushcr 4 ne Wi d Night usher l A trum staff picture tom n tcm 4 Student staff 4 Rcvnolds high 2 LAROI IN GIl'I'IN Stu dent Council 4 FHA 1 4 G A A 1 4 ou Can t Take It With You prop arty committet 4 One Wild Night ticket com mittee 3 operetta 2 mix chorus 12 girls chorus 1234 music solo ist bass clarinet 34 class officer secretary 3 trum staff picture com mittee 4 intramurals 12 band 1234 prom committee 3 Homecoming committee 4 Tmsel Twirl publicitv committee 3 prom server 1 Messiah 2 bowling 34 DON GRAHAM - Student Council. 2.343 A.V.C.. 2,3, 43 "You Can't Take It With You," 4: "One Wild Night." : operetta, . 2 mixed chorus, 1,2,43 boys chorus, ..3 ostet. 4: quartet. 1 music soloist, piano 1: "A - trum staff picture commit- ee. 3 football. 1,2,3,41 track, 2.3: intramurals, 1,2, 3.43 speech contest, 4: band, 3 octet, 4: quartet. ': chairman. 3: Tinsel Twirl, food. 4: prom server, 2: Key Club. 2.3: "Messiah," 2. CHARLIE DUNN! FFA 1 4 o ficer 4 A C 34 oficer 4 ou Cant Take It With 'xou 4 One Wild Night ixed chorus 1 Astrum staff assemblw committee Otball 1234 tra k intramurals prom committee 3 Tinsel Txxirl food committec 4 Honorable mention on Lit tle Six football All Stars 4 X L I- l- RX I' F H A 4 You Can t Take It With You propcrtics Onc Wild Night propertics mixid chorus 12 S glr s chorus 12 5 Astrum st iff financi il committee 4 tramur ils S4 Tinscl Twlrl cts 4 xxorkcd in of BILL GOV! DX F F A 1 2 3 officer 4 You an Take It With You 4 One Wild Night 3 operetta 2 miiced chorus 2 4 boss chorus 24 Astrum staff co chairman f assemblw committee 4 track 4 tramurals 1 4 p rom committee 3 Tinsel Txxirl decoration 4 XVILABELLE GRIDLEY-F. H. ., 4: "You Can't Ta e It With You," properitics, :4 "Astrum" staff. a t, 4: J 5 hi h, 1,2.3. PATTY HARBOUR-G.A.A. 1,2.3,4. officer, point cap- 'n 33 F.H.A. : "Xou Can't Take It With You." assistant director. 4: "One Wid Night. 3: Class f- ficer, secretary. 11 " '- trum" staff, picture com- in' tee, 4: "Student" staff. 4: Intramurals. 1.2, 3. 45 cheerleader. 2.3.41 Home- coming Queen candidatc, 1. 2.3: Queen of Winter Won- derland Dancc. 4: baton twirler, 2.3.45 Tinsel Twirl. ticket committee, 41 Win- ter Wonderland D an ce. chairman of voting. 43 prom committee, chairman of food, 3. Athletic Council. 4: Homecoming committee. 1.2. 3.4. EIGHTY-THREE 1 2 BILL HOLMAN You Cant Take It With You ticket committee 4 oper etta 2 mxxed chorus 1 2 3 boys chorus 123 A trum sta f finance 4 Student staff 4 basket ball 2 track 2 intramu rals 1234 prom commit tee 3 baton twirler 2 last semester ln Cal1forn1a4 RICHARD HUNTER Oper etta 2 mxxed chorus 24 bows chorus 24 Astrum staff 4 lntramurals 123 4 prom committee 3 Tin sel Tvurl 4 BILL IVES AVC 234 You Can t Take It With You 4 One Wild Night 3 mixed chorus 4 boys chorus 4 octet 4 music soloist 4 class officer pres ident 3 4 Astrum staff editing committee 4 foot ball 1 2 3 4 basketball 1 2 3 4 track 1 2 3 4 speech contest 3 4 prom commit tee 3 Tmsel Twirl 4 prom serx er 2 Kev Club 2 DIANE JOHNSTON - G. . ., , : F.H. ., 1,2,3,4g " ou Can't Take It With You, 4: "One Wild Night,' 3: mixed chorus. 2,31 girls chorus 2, 3 "Astrum" staff typing committee. 4: speech con- test, 34: Tinsel Twirl ticket commitee 4: Messiah' 2: prom committee 3: Titania ' Midsummer Night's Dream," 3: Bianca in Tam- ing of the Shrew." 4: RMA productions. DAVID LARSON-F.F.A. 1. 2,3.4, president 4: 'You Can't Take It With You," stage crew, 4: "One Wild Night." stage crew, 3: class officer, vice-president, 2: "Astrum" staff, assembly committee, 4: football, 2,3, 41 basketball, 1: track, 31 intramurals, 1,2,3,41 prom committee, decoration, 3. EIGHTY-FOUR DARLENE HOLT FHA 1234 You Cant Take It With You 4 One Wild Night 3 mixed chorus 4 girls chorus 4 trum staff financial 4 Student staff 4 speech contest 3 prom committee decoration 3 Tmsel Twirl food 4 dancer in Romeo and Juliet 2 and Mid summers Night Dream 3 Bianca in Taming of the Shrew 4 RMA produc t1ons4 Class Night commit ee MARYANNE HIETT A 12 4 officer vice president 4 F A 123 4 You Cant Take It W1th You ticket committee 4 One Wild Night ticket committee 3 mixed chorus 1 girls chorus 1 Astrum staff financial committee 4 Student staff 4 intra murals 1234 prom com mittee program committee 3 Homecoming committee 4 Tmsel Twirl prom serxer 2 WANDA JOHNSON S u dent Council 123 secre tary 4 GAA 1234 c retary and treasurer 4 F HA 1234 president 4 parliamentarian 3 reporter 2 You Can t It With You ticket committee 4 One Wild Night 3 operetta 2 mixed chorus 2 girs chorus 23 Astrum staff assembly committee 4 in tramurals 1 2 3 4 cheer leader 34 prom commit tee decoration 3 Home coming committee 1234 co chairman of bonfire and snake dance 4 Tmsel Twirl chairman of food committee 4 Valedlctorlan bowling 3 D R award vunner 4 I-'RED KERNAN - You ,ant Take It With You," ticket committee, 4: "One Wild Night," ticket commit- tee, 35 operetta, 2: mixed chorus, 1,233 boys chorus 1.2.33 'Astrum" staff, fin- ancial committee, 4: bas- ketball, 3,43 track, 2,35 ' - tramurals, 1,4' prom com- mittee. decoration, 33 King of Winter Wonderland Dance, 4: "Messiah," 2. Ramada, ROBERT LARSON 1 2 3 4 football basketball 1 2 track mtramurals 12 3 4 trum staff 4 AIR I L01 ll F F A 4 secretary You Can t Fake It Wlth You lxghtmg trtw 4 Om Wlld Night Astrum staff picture commxttee 4 mtra murals 1 2 5 'VIARWIW 'VIAYNARD AV C 234 One Wxld Nxght Astrum staff edltlng and publxshlng commlttee 4 Student staff 4 foot ball 1234 basketball 12 34 track 234 mtramu rals 34 prom commlttee 3 Class Nlght Commlttee 4 co captaxn of football team 4 Llttle Sw football All Star 4 LEWIS MILLETT FFA 1234 You Cant Take It Wlth You stage crew 4 One Wxld Nxght stage crew 3 Astrum staff pxcture commlttee 4 mtra murals 1 prom commlttee clean up commlttee 3 Tm sel Twxrl publlcltv com mlttee 4 JOE LEARX F F A 1 2 3 4 You Cant Take It Wxth You llght committee 4 One Wlld Nlght light commlttee 3 Astrum staff plc-ture commlttee 4 mtramurals 1 prom com 1111 tee Tlnse Txxlr pu llllltw 4 tl-RTRUIDE 101 KMII I l- R-G A A 1 2 14 F H A 2 vue prtsndtnt You Can t Takt It Wlth You usher 4 Ont W1 d Nxght asslstant dlrutor 3 operetta 2 mlud thorus 4 glr s chorus 2 sefctct 4 Messiah rum s f twpmg 4 tramurals 2 baton twlrler 2 3 4 prom tom mlttee food Tlnsel Twlrl decoratmg 4 ton tes solo Smllmg rough bo x lung Ire lsurer I DICK 'VIAXWARD AVC 4 class offlcer use presx dent 4 football 2 3 4 track 234 xntramurals 1 2.14 basketball 4 band 3 Astrum staff 4 JOX CE 'VIIZNER GAA 2 3 A 1 2 3 You Cant Take It With You productxon staff 4 One Wlld Nlght production sta f 3 Astrum staff typing commlttee 4 mtra murals 1234 prom com mlttee decoratlon i G A A athletic councll 4 DWICHT MO0DY A 12 You Cant Take It W1 h You 4 One W1 d Nxght 3 operetta 2 m1x ed chorus 23 bovs chorus 23 musxc sololst 23 class offxcer secretarv 4 foot a 34 track 2 band 123 Tmsel Tvurl halrman of ticket C0lT1lY'llf e 4 Messlah EIGHTY FIVE QI! 2 i ll SL- Q CJ Q.- Fww g cg JIWI 'Vl00RHhAD A V C 2 ,S 4 presldent 4 You Lant lake It Wlth You 4 football 12 basketball 12 track 12 4 band 2 Tmscl 'Ixurl co clvnrman 4 prom serxcr 2 Kcv Club 2 JOYCF 'VlcLAW GAA 1 4 FHA 1234 secre tarw 4 You Cant Takc It N lx ou costume and make up 4 One Wlld Nlght costume and makc S operetta 2 IIUXL chorus 25 glrls chorus 2 tlutc quar et trum staff assembling commlttcc 4 Intramurals 34 band 234 prom commlttee chalrman programs .S Tmsel Tvxlrl decoratlng 4 Homecommg queen candldate 1 2 J Xkmtcr Wonderland queen candxdntc 4 J0-KN Nl'Lb0N GAA 1 4 A 1 2 You Cant Take It Wxth You One Wxld Night 3 opcr etta 2 muted chorus Zi 4 glrls chorus 234 sex tet 4 septet 3 musxc solo s Astrum staff twplng lOl'HIT11tl8B 4 lntra murals 1234 speech con tet S4 band 1234 prom LOT11IT1lltLL decorating l Homccommg committee Tlnscl 'lxurl publlcltx 4 esslxh Z bowling CHAR! IE PETERSON Niessxah 2 Student Coun c You Cant Take It Wlth You One Wlld Nlght operetta 12 mlxed chorus 4 bows chorus 12.14 octet 4 music sololst 23 -1 class offlccr 2 Astrum staff co chairman 4 foot 12 tr k tramurals 1234 band 12 34 Homecoming commlt tee 3 T1nselTvklrl 4 Ku Llub Z3 FRILIIA RURSCH G A A 4 FHA 1234 par a mentarlan 4 You Cant Take It Wxth You make One Wlld N1 ht tickets 3 mixed chorus 1 glrls chorus 1 Astrum staff plctures 4 mtramu rals 1234 prom commlt tce decoratmg 3 Reynolds hlgh 1 EIGHTY SIX CARROLL 'VlcBRIDE You Cant Take It Wlth You sound effects 4 One Wlld 1N1ght sound effects '1 operetta 2 mixed chorus 2 bovs chorus 2 Su dent staff 4 football 12 track 12 mtramurals 12 S4 T1nsclTvx1rl 4 LARRX McCREIGHT FF A 1 2 3 4 NICE prestdent reporter S AVC 2 x lce DI'8S1dLl1t Y o u Cant Take It Wlth You 4 One NVlld Ntght .1 opcr etta 2 mlvcd chorus 24 bots chorus 24 class lf flcer presldent rum txff 4 football 4 track 1 2 3 4 ln ra murals 12 54 speech con test 4 prom commlttee 1 Tmsel T url 4 Valentmc Sweetheart 3 Winter Won clerland kmg candldate 4 Llttle Slx Football All Star SXLLX OPPI-FLT Studcnt ouncxl 4 G A A 2 p esldent 4 FHA 1214 You Cant Take It Wlth Xou 4 One Wlld Nlght l'T'l1Y9d chorus glrls chorus 234 octet i mlxed octet 4 muslc solo st 3 class officer treas urer 3 Astrum staff picture committee 4 lntra 14 prom committee chairman 1 Tmsel Tvurl food committee 4 prom is rx c r 2 Hnmecomme quecn c mdldate 4 boxxllng 'VIARJORIE REASON GA You Can t Take It Wlth You 4 One Wlld Night student dlrector operetta mlxed chorus 234 gurls c orus 2 Astrum staff eclltlng committee Student staff 4 mtramu ra s 2 ban 2 54 prom commlttee decoratmg 'i Homecommg commxttec decorating 4 Tmsel Tvxlrl chalrman of decorating 4 prom serxer 2 llbrary staff 23 boxxlmg 34 presldent O at , " V. 1 ' . :Htl , I A - ' - - ', . . 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C, I f A281 4 ' . - V w .1 , R2CD!ldzL DONALD SCHROLL Stu dent Councll 1234 presl ent 4 FFA 1234 sec re arv 3 AVC 12 You Cant Take It Wlth You 4 One Wlld Nlght 3 operetta 2 mlxed chorus 1234 boss chorus 1234 quartet 3 muslc sololst 3 Astrum staff fman clal 4 football 1234 bas ke ball 1234 track 123 xn ramurals 1 2 speech contest 3 band 1 2 prom committee decor atlon 3 TmselTw1rl food 4 Wmter Wonderland klng candldate for 51 4 Llttle Slx All Star 4 co captain of football team 4 DONNIF SOSEVIAN AV C 4 You Cant Take It Wlth You house commit tee 4 One Wxld Nxght publlcltv 3 Astrum staff assemblv committee football 234 track 234 prom commlttee food .5 Kev Club 2 Class Night L0lT'lTT1ltt6C 4 MARILYN C STONE GA F 1 2 3 4 ne Wild Nlght chalrman of properties 3 mlxed chorus 3 glrls chorus 1 Astrum staff edltmg com mlttee 4 mtramurals 12 baton twxrler 234 prom commlttee chalrman decoration 3 Homecomxng committee decoratlon 3 Homecoming q u e e n 4 bovxlmg 3 Messiah Tmsel Twlrl decoratlon 4 dancer Romeo and Jullet 2 RMA produc tlon Happy Nevx Year Queen 3 JANET SWEARINGEN G 1234 You C n t Take It Wlth You chair man of properties 4 ne Wlld Nlght mlxed chorus 34 glrls chorus 34 muslc sololst 3 A trum staff edltlngcom 'mttee 4 Intramurals 123 4 band 12 prom commlt tee food 3 Homecoming chalrman 4 Tmsel Twlrl decoration 4 bovsllng 3 F H 1234 DARLENE SMITH G A A 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 You Can t Take It Wlth You productlon staff 4 oper etta 1 2 mxxed chorus 1 2 3 4 glrls chorus 1 2 3 4 septet 4 muslc sololst 3 4 Astrum s t a f f plcture commlttee 4 mtramurals 1 2 3 4 prom commlttee de coratlon 3 Messlah septet 3 Homecomlng com mlttee 4 IFRRX STEAD FFA 1 234 You Cant Take. It Wlth You house commit t e 4 One Wild Nlght house Lommlttee 3 hovs chorus 1 Astrum staff fmanclal 4 football 12 track 1 Intramurals 121 4 prom Lommlttee decor atlons i SHIRLLX SUTTON F H A 1234 You Cant Take It Wlth You tlckets One Wlld Night usher 3 mlx e c h o r u s glr s chorus 1 24 Tmsel Twlrl food commlttee 4 Mes sxah Astrum staff plctures 4 Student staff 4 prom commlttee decora tlon 3 JACK TITTERINGTON A 1 2 3 4 You Can t Take It Wlth You 4 One Wlld Night usher 3 A trum staff plcture com m1 tee football track 1 2 3 4 mtramurals 12 Tmsel Twxrl clean up commlttee 4 BETTE TOOHEY G A A F H A 12 3 4 offxcer You Cant Take It Wxth You make up 4 One Wlld Nnght publxc 1ty 3 operctta 2 mixed chorus 1 2 34 gxrls chorus 1234 sextet 3 octet 24 Astrum t ff art 4 1 tramurals band prom commlttee decora tlon 3 Homecoming com mxttee decoration 4 Tm sel Tvslrl decoratlon 4 Messah 2 ELIGHTY SEVFLN l,l BILL VOLENTINE AVC 4 You Cant Take It Wlth You productxon staff 4 One Wlld Nxght produc tion staff 3 mlxed chorus Astrum staff 4 foot I basketball 12 prom commlttee 3 Tm sel Tvslrl 4 co captam of basketball team 4 IIIfII'N WLEKS FHA 1 254 You Cant Take t Wlth You student dxrec tor 4 One Wlld Nlght 3 mxxed chorus 123 glrls C orus 1 Astrum staff txplng committee 4 llbrarv staff 24 Curtis xn Tamlng of the Shrew 4 RMA productlon EUGENE WILLIAMS F F A You Cant Take It Wlth You tickets 4 One Wxld Nxght txckets 3 Astrum staff 4 Student staff 4 track 1 2 3 lntramurals 14 prom commltee decoration 3 Kex Club 23 RONAI D W ILLIAMS You Cant Take It Wlth You tukcts One W1 ld Nlght tlckets hows chorus 2 'K 4 octet 4 Stu dent staff 4 mtramurals EIGHTY EIGHT dlemlzdm BARBARA WAKELAND F H A You Can t Take It Wlth You usher 4 One Wild Nlght usher Astrum staff plcture commxttee 4 S t u d e n t staff 4 prom commxttee I NIIRIAM WIIITE G A A FHA 34 You an Take It Wlth You publu ltv chalrman 4 One Wxld Night .5 mvced chorus 1 glrs chorus 4 octet 4 music soloist 3 Astrum staff edltxng 4 mtramu r s 34 band 34 prom commxttee program chalr man 3 Homecommg com mxttee decoration 4 Kath crme ln Taming of the Shrevn 4 and an Amazon Midsummer N ght Drcam 3 RMA produc Greenxllle Ill 2 PERN WILLIAMS G A A F H A 1 2 3 4 You Cant Take It W1th You tx pxng commlttee 4 One Wild Nxght tvpxng com 'mittee 3 operetta 2 mlx e chorus 1234 g1r s c orus 3 4 sex et septet 4 saxophone quar t t 3 Astrum staff chaurman of typmg com mlttee 4 Intramurals I2 4 band 1234 prom com mlttee detoratlon 3 Mes sma DAWN Wf0Ll'E FHA 1 You Can t Takc It Wlth You pu IICIIW 4 One Wlld Nxght usher J Astrum staff art com mlttee 4 prom commlttcc detoratlon 3 bovtlmg 34 O 1: " " . 1 - ' , 1 " " ban, 1 V , . 3.41 , : ' , 1. ,zf '1' H T ' 1 21,41 . . .Z ,Q 'CL 'Ai "h 1 ,2.3:' " ' 1. ' 'H .' : ,' .. ' 2 ' ' ' Z.. ' ah," -I C ' 3 Q - in " ' i 's tio n Madison. Ill., 1: A., 1,2,3,41 .V.C..'A4: 'A 1: 4 . ., Lf " f,::1 ' d ,,,2"1i ' - . I h , 1.2, . 1 t . 3: ' Y I e., f ,eo- . .'h',,'2' ' ' '- . ' ' . 23- " T- A A W ' . V 41 H ,, , . I A ' '- . :sz .. . ' . 'B -' .5 WW' 1 Bmght eyes Gxffm 2 Bud and hls relaflves 3 Lord Fauntleroy Petel son 4 D1ane w1th her mouth open as usual 5 Janet mlnus two front teeth 6 Barr graduates 7 Sour puss Maynard 8 Bangs McCaw 9 Queen Stone on her throne 10 Isn't he cute CMoodvJ 11 Boots Dlxon 12 Cullw top Hyett 13 Here I am agam EIGHTY NINE 31'-H lu W lyk: QAMWH Y' K Vw 'UF' When We Were 1. Curly Sutton. 2. Corie and hex' ig- tziils. 3. Legs Swearingen. 4. This is Sully". 5. Jer, your slip's showing. ', Mac ' the world fGe1'tieD. T. Where's your long air, Pa y'.'. 8. Sam and his hot rod. 9. Blonde as ever CSmittyJ. 10. Miriam. what big cars you have. NINETY 1 -Very Young 1. Wanda and a friend. 2. The Wakeland girls. 3. Bloomer Girl Gowdy. 4. Pretty boy, McC1'eight. 5. Cutie Rursch. 6. Cam- era shy, Emma? 7. Twinkle Toes Marian. 8. Willabelle in her Easter bonnet. 9. Curly locks Toohey. 10. Working on a rock pile CJoyCeJ. 11. Farmer Dunn. 12. Overalls Nelson. 13. Dreamy Duncan. NINETY-ONE A 5'--of llll ll? ff' -3? OW r4we..r,,, TWO-'SOME PP' 0 DARK 'IYES ff 4 mix 5? 5 V Qame P X5 W4 Kwiw Bk-W 'H Trax 56 6 'Y , l ,Adi ' " A-5 QQ - 'lf V EY ? 1 3-ff -2 k ' fi: K 4 .L ' ... ' X . 'x , ... . . 7,1 A . ,X -9 5 0 ' . i 3 O iff-fuk' 4 V-V. 3 r . V is ' V , , X .- ' , Q Kg' " ' W ' " - , 2 rf, - . ' , 4 , . , W T 1 I' a T 1 5 L- 2 N X , :A 6 , Q, V l 1, X K 1 if ' ' W f I X7 A k ' ' . A X ' X 5 s 4 'w , ff . ' xx O. ut xg' I H M, x K 'ig K :',...,f,wWM ,N ff Q ' 'L ' W Q fn 51 4 , - ' w R'fi1'K12--Kww? Mg' A ' I? L K ' -1: L gl .,,., 3 ... . ,gg ,.., ' ' 5 ,.4-- ' glint Wu' . x . ...vm K xkwf-KAMWWM xxk kiif J - NINETY-FOUR E0 0 Q11 R75 Qc! r 'fb APP From aw NINETY FIVE I 'Q is w-wg, usda. Cl eAuT'j 3' slack CH I3 ETYSX LA 'n mf' .9 use. dm 00.153 Aim 1 "" NINJETY-SEVEN 1 Ore 1, 1 A """'YX Ujhoif Q-V719 'Il e y, NINETY EIGHT ERS 9- CTOE BLOW 6 EXXYXS' NCE where dad you EY FRfD Klum wlll We the SQHIOIS of 1931 wlll the followlng e Faculty many pleasant hours of teachlng the classes follovylng ouls e JLIIIIOYS our headaches ID publlshlng the Astrum e Sophomoles the ablllty to have anothel Champlon Llttle SIX Football Team e Pleshmen the ablllty to hlye as much fun ln classes as we dld I Sam Barr yylll and bequeath my sholt halleuts to Lloyd Johnson so he yyont h lye to spend so much tlme comblng hls eurls I Fred Beard vylll and bequeath my ablllty to catch flsh to Bonnle Bal gel because she doesnt haye the llne I Jan Blackman yylll and bequeath mv abll lty to wln a t1L1Ck dllvel to anyone yvho thlnks she can I H D Bennett Wlll and bequeath my love of Halley Divldson motoleycles lnd blg bl lck Oldsmoblles to Lawlenee Gustafson We Maman Bonynge and Larry McCrelght wlll and bequeath oul ablllty to get along to Blll Reld and Ellene Moftltt who nevel flght I Beyerlv Bostrom wlll and bequeath my Swede looks to Wessel Bengston as Im sure no one can tell hes a Swede I Corle Boultmghouse Wlll and bequeath my headaches from WOIk1Hg on the Astrum to lnyone yyho th1HkS he can have as many I Texas Decker wlll md bequelth my lblllty to get kleked out of Mllk Blls to Don I Dorothv Dlxon do wlll and bequeath my lb1lltV to get along wlth all my telchels to Dlek KISIGI who acts IS lf he could use It I Betty Duncan Wlll and bequeath my love fol SGIXICQ men to Maly Blaucht I Charles Dunn Wlll and bequeath my dale deyll dllvlng to Blll Aldllch because hes cncful I Emma Fordham wlll and bequeath my lblllty to get along Wlth my best frlend t Myltle MIYIILI and ROSdl1C FldIlkS I Joyce Frye wlll and bequeath my ablllty to catch a beau to my SISIGI Esthel Flye I Carolyn Glffln wlll and bequeath my bushy eyebrovys to Joyce Peterson I Blll Govydy wlll and bequeath mv cleyy cuts to Davld Sklnnel I Don Graham Wlll lnd bequeath my abll ltyf to galn welght to John Dahl because hes always wanted to and I nevel have I Wllabelle Grldley wlll and bequeath my C s and Ds ln chemlstry to Dlane PICIIUSS I Patty Hal bour wlll and bequeath my ablllty to go wlth a boy for so long to Pat Coopel I Darlene Holt Wlll and bequeath my fnst hour spats wlth Jlm Moorhead to anvone yyho can talk fastel than I I Rlchard Hunter wlll and bequeath my lbllltv to get llong Wl'tl'l0L1t a Cdl to lnyone yy ho can stand It any longel than I have I Wlaryanne Hyett wlll and bequeath my xblllty to type to Cult Damp Ill hopes th It he he eln do bettel next yeal I Blll Ives wlll and bequeath my lblllty to mls spell yyolds to Tom Klmball Its not llght fol hlm to spell all Vy01dS collectlv I Wanda Johnson wlll and bequeath my boyyllng ablllty to Mauleen Moore yvho wlll have mole use f01 It than I I Dlalle Johnston yylll and bequeath my beat up lockel No 20 to any one who eln keep the IIIICQ and Snn B111 out of It bettel th ln I eould I Fred Kernan yylll lnd beque 1th my box lng 'lblllty to Buck Hedgel I Dayld Larson do heleby Vtlll and be queath my love ot school to Jlmmy Sackvllle I Boh Larson yylll and bequeath my abll lty to get along yylth teaehels to anyone yyho can make use of lt I Joe Leary yylll and bequeath my QUILI ITIIIIIICI tc Dlve Memlngel he lven only knows he needs It I Clalr Lloyd wlll md bequeath my hippy study hall houls to anvone who thlnks he eln have IS much fun 111 them 1 I Gertrude Lockmlller VV1l1 and bequeath my ablllty to get the C81 whenevel I want lt to Bob Ives who doesnt seem to have any way to get alound I Dlck Maynard wlll and bequeath my memol ICS of Seaton to the Blld Twlns I Bud Maynard wlll and bequeath ablllty to get along wlth Coach Platt to Bob Ewlng I Levus Mlllet Wlll and bequeath my dls 'lblllty to thlnk of a Wlll to any lunlols who Wlll have the same tlouble next yeal I Jlm Moorhead Wlll and bequeath my SCIIOUS mood to Dlck Lemon I Joyce Mlzner yylll and bequeath my abll lty ln sports to anyone who llkes sports better th ln I I Carroll McBr1de Wlll and bequeath my abllltv to save money whlle ln Belts to Joey Harloun the next pool champ I Joyce McCavy wlll and bequeath my abll lty to go Wlth a boy the sholtest length of tlme to Cherle Bloyvn I Joan Nelson yylll and bequeath my abll lty to be engaged to a Seaton man to Carol Thompson I Sally Oppfelt wlll and bequeath the notes yyhlch I ICCCIVC aftel typlng elass to Shll ley Reason so she wont have to stand and talk ln the halls CNE HUNDRED a F i I ' To th '- ' ' ' ' . 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V .A 1 , 1 1 1 S l 7 , , A , 1 1 1 1 L - 1 4 4 1 ' f 1 1 1 ' Y ' ' ' ' ' 1 A c 1 V I ' , 1 1 ' 1 L1 , 1 K1 1 1 1 1 U :Continued on page 1015 Klaaa wlll lContlnued from page 100i I Charles Peterson wlll and bequeath my yellow gloves to Bev Engyyall who 19 'llways eomplalnlng thlt hel hands dle cold I MAYJOFIC Reason yylll and bequeath my lbllllx to ClllVL my gltill Oldsmoblle flst to Sue C'lly yyhos llyyays slow I Freda Rursch Wlll and bequeath my red hdll to Maly Mlnteel as she alleady has l good stalt I Don Schroll wlll and bequeath my name Moose to Tom VQIIIICI I Darlene bmlth yylll and bequelth my love fOl Reynolds to Peggy Fuhl I Donme boseman yylll and bequelth my lblllly to get out of sehool to Kenny KCIHWII who doesnt do too badly I Jerry Stead yylll and bequeath my Model A Fold to Ml Pl att so he yyont have to dIlVC hls new cal to sehool and football plaetlee I Marllyn Stone yylll and bequelth mv lblllly to be l housevylfe and to flnlsh sehool to Nolml Kottman yyho has a yely good stalt I Shlrley button yylll and bequeath yyllllngness to study all the tlme to Allene beltson my A I Janet Swearlngen wlll and bequeath tleekles to Ann Jones tlf she hls loom any ITIOIGQ INV O ITIV I Dwlght Moody wlll and bequeath hlblt of staylng home at nlghts and studylng to Joe Glffln Wltnessed and slgned thls 2-ith day of Flfty one May I Jack Tlttermgton Wlll and bequeath my abllltv to get studles done to 'lnyone who thlnks he e ln wolk that last I Bette Toohey wlll and bequeath my abll s Ho Ho Thats Rleh to anyone yyllo ll'llIlkS he cm slv lt as often as I I Blll Volentlne Wlll lnd bequeath m helght to the Bogart bI0th6lS ln hopes that they' wlll dlvlde lt equally I Barbara Wakeland wlll and bequeath my lbllllV to wllte lettels to fal away places to Annle lVll7IlCI I Helen Weeks wlll and bequeath my D051 Illlll lllll Kly Valnel I Mlflam Whlte wlll and bequeath my abll lty to have dates yvlth Aledo boys as well as cadets to Mlly Nlehols I Eugene Wllllams yvlll and bequeath my posltlon at the drlnklng fOUIltZ1lII to anvone yvho thlnks he can hold that much l Fern Wllllams wlll my love f0l loyya boys to Robelta Babeoek and Betty FOIIIICI I Ronald Wllllams wlll and bequeath my quletness to Eall Robblns I Dawn Wolfe wlll and bequeath my flg ure to my slster Drue who has become a llttle out of llne lll the veal of Oul LOld Nlneteen Hundred and CAB CAP ONE HUNDRED ONE I v v h I ' ' , I A t ' l. 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' S ' 'L L 1 ' V 1 1 s 1 ' Pfwnhwf A FORTUNE TELLER'S DIARY May 24 1961 Dear D1ary I had a rather busy day today There was one cllent It happened that he wanted me to tell h1m what had happened to all h1S former frlends at Aledo Hlgh School so I gazed lnto my crystal ball and told h1m what I saw there SINCE th1s was such an 1m portant 1nterv1ew I dec1ded to record my f1nd1ngs for posterlty v1a the use of my tape recorder Her are the results of my crystal gazmg exactly as I told them to my cl1ent The crystal ball IS d1m ah but now It clears I see many faces The f1gure of a man comes fo1ward It IS Howard Bennett He 1S 1n some queer costume Ah hes at no 1n a c1rcus A Slgn says Thrllls Chllls and Spllls See death defy1ng Bennett 1n h1s Motorcycle Madness Show The scene changes I see a huge factozy a typewrlter factory and Fern W1II1amS IS presldent of lt' She IS the world s champlon speed Iyp1St bemg able to type 142 words per m1nute Now I see a stage 1n New York and I see Enz1o Plnza 1n Tales From the North Atlant1c and he IS play1ng Opp0S1tB yes IIS Darlene Holt They go 1nto a pas slonate love scene They but the p1cture vanlshes A cowboy appears he IS s1ng1ng on a rad1o program The announcer says he IS the new successor to Eddy Arnold Hopalong Jones the former B111 Gowdy All the g1rls Slgh as he yodels h1S way through Tennessee Waltz Now I see a Shlp at sea Some of the passengers look rather seasxck Bette Toohey cheers them Wlth some of her drawlngs As a s1del1ne she operates a Shlp between K6lIhSbUFg and Oquawka D1ck Mavnard appears He operates the Mlckey Mouse bus l1ne from Seaton to Aledo patronlzed malnly by the people who thlnk It s a long way to walk Dress Salon 1n Aledo d6d1C8tGd to the people who want to be 1n h1gh style at very low prxces I see that Charlle Dunns favor1te pastlme IS stand1ng on the bank corner How ever he st1ll says that doesn t affect the growth of h1S p1gS Now I see a dress factory 1n New York A glrl appears carrymg a load of dresses It IS Jovce McCaw pres1dent of the f1rm She IS also state 4 H leader Bob Larson and ROSIQ Pegg Larson are worklng on the1r new house They are famous throughout Mercer county because they bulld houses and then sell them at a fabulous prof1t I see Barb Wakeland and Emma Fordham bendlng over a broken down pr1nt1ng press They are the sole ed1tors and publ1shers of the M1llersburg Weekly Gazette a paper ded1cated to the development and betterment of the1r thr1v1ng communlty I see that Sammy Barr star pltcher for the Chlcago Cubs has brought them the1r f1rst pennant SINCE 1945 3CCOITlpI1Sh1I1g th1s Wlth h1s famous curve ball He IS belng cheered by Dlane Johnston who has taken an 8Ct1V8 lnterest 1n the club ever smce Sammy started play1ng for them An angel 1n Whlte appears now It IS Mlflam Whlte who IS a nurse at Mollne PUDIIC Her patlents qu1te frequently propose to her but so far she hasnt accepted any of them Two sets of tw1n g1rls appeared followed closely by Joan Nelson Swenson and Janet Murphy Blackman It seems both of the g1rls are havmg the1r hands full taklng care of the1r moppets I see a court room now Two lawyers are argumg br1ll1antly for a man who SW1p8d the ne1ghbors cow It IS the magn1f1cent f1rm of Ives and Moody They are fa mous throughout the state for the1r argumff ab1l1t1es I hear the clatter of falhng p1ns Bev Bostrom L1kely and her husband Paul operate the only bowlmg alley 1n VIOIS Bev IS famous for her 300 game whlch she bowled when her flght arm was 1n a sllng The roar of a crowd IS heard now They are all cheer1ng B111 Volentme flashlng center for the Blackhawks He IS hlgh scorer for the conference havlng made 320 pomts 1n the last flve games IC ntmued to page 1031 ONE HUNDRED TWO , . I 7 66 . . . a - . 'T , . . v . . . . , - ' U , - 1 ' v s 1 - ' 7 ' t -U . y . . I J -T Q - . .4 . ,, . . . . , . . . T ., ' - ' ' - LC 7 I7 . . . g . , . , ' . ' . . , I see that Marilyn Calderone Stone and her husband, Lee, operate Cal-Stone's L . . . . . . 1 . . - Q I - . , . . , . .Y , Q - 1 - 1 . I , . '. . - .. , . 1 . , . 7 u 1 . I , , ' 5 . - , . l 1 I - . . O . . . l . . , , . . . . , , . . . , . ' 9 . 0 A Pwphwf 1Cont1nued fr m page 102i The roar of guns lS heard 1n the dlstance A car approaches In It are three f1ve star generals Now I see they are Joe Leary Jerry Stead and Eugene Wlll1HmS the famous fuedln f1ght1n and fUSS1H three We enter Stop and Slurp at Shlrley s Drug Store' She and her husband Alan have operated th1s thr1v1ng concern smce 1953 when they purchased lt from Mr Stuts man A load of books appears Underneath them IS yes 1tS Dorothy D1xon Toohey Seems she never could make up her mlnd WhlCh college to attend so shes golng to all of them Her husband Roger baby s1ts w1th the chlldren wh1le she IS 1n school The scene changes to Maynards Alley Inn Bud Maynard IS the new propr1etor fln the wlnter he plays Wlth the Chlcago Bears W1fe Cora Boultxnghouse Maynard IS the home ec teacher at A C H S D The buzz of a school bell IS heard We see Professor Wanda Johnson Ohaver leav 1ng the Blackburn chem1stry hall Her husband Delano IS pres1dent of the college Whats th1s we see now'l It seems to be a mov1e set ln Hollvwood Why lt s D1ck Hunter and hes dolng a love scene w1th Jane Russell Seems hes called the great lover out there The roar of a plane comes closer It goes 1nto a power d1V6 and the pllot lands the plane on the Aledo Football Fleld Hls name IS J1m Moorhead and hes head test pllot for the U S government The sound of a band IS heard It comes march1ng toward us and we see Don Graham d1rect1ng and leadlng It He 1S also a1ded by Gertrude Lockm1ller Wagner who runs a muslc store 1n Aledo Patty Harbour and Maryanne Hyett run a modellng school for g1rls 1n the c1t1es Patty also models for Seventeen wh1le Maryanne takes care of the bus1ness end of the school A country fa1r appears A man steps forward to g1V9 a speech 1n the amphl YVe see a bu1ld1ng and there IS a Long l1ne of people wa1t1ng before It Why theres Donn1e Soseman Seems hes wa1t1ng for h1s unemployment check He brags that he hasnt worked 1n ten years The Aledo Opera House has a new owner Sally Oppfelt wlth the help of W11a belle Grldley and Joyce Frye operate the bus1ness It features Westerns excluslvely Dave Larson IS the operator of Larson Roller R1nk at Mlllersburg Featured are those famous r1nk stars Freda Rursch and Betty Duncan They perform nlghtly dazz l1ng the onlookers w1th the1r darlng Aledo now has a thr1v1ng new DUSIHQSS Dawn Wolfe and Carolyn Glffln have started an art store Dawn does the draw1ng wh1le Carolyn handles the DUSIHGSS end of It Freddxe and Joyce Kernan own a gas statlon south of Aledo They have lots of bus1ness because they sell the1r gas so cheaply They cla1m they have a secret to make gas out of water I see that Lyle Decker and Ronald W1ll1ams are 1n the servlce Ronald entertalns the troops wxth h1s s1ng1ng wh1le Lyle Just entertalns Janet Swearlngen and Darlene Sm1th are proprletors of the Aledo Beauty Shop They Sp8C13l1Ze 1n stralghtemng curly ha1r Lewxs M1llet and Fred Beard own a farm near Shale C1ty They F3156 all sorts of cows and cla1m ltS a prof1table bus1ness What do I see now" I cant f1gure out what It IS Its some sort of a bureau Its Marjor1e Reason pres1dent of the Aledo Marr1age Counsel Servlce She stra1ghtens out peoples problems Carroll MCBf1d9 and Jack T1tter1ngton are seen 1n some fore1gn country They are the champlon h1gh Jumpers for the 1961 Oymp1cs C1a1r Lloyd and Charles Peterson operate a t3X1 SGFVICE throughout Aledo They are famous for the1r speedy SGYVICS The plctures fade out now I can see no more That IS all there IS Thus ended the recordlng of my 1nterv1ew In turn Icollected a DICE fat fee Do you suppose the sucker bel1eved ALL I had told h1m" ONE HUNDRED THREE ' 0 - 1 1 v l ' 9 K ' 7 ' ' Y ' 7 7 3 7 ' K ' 7 1 ' ' ' . . , . .Q Q , . 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