Alexis High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Alexis, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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' 1 1 ' 1 1 14 - 1 1 , 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 " I BRASS MODEM The sensor class of frfty two Nlust bxd to all a sad adxeu Leavmg the castle to seek a quest Each lord and lady wlll try hls best In passing though, we want to leave Some thoughts that took four years to weave They are not really values new Just some thmgs to mterest you Fxrst of all there s Jezebel The car that Rubv drlves so well Through the halls walk Joan and Dean A palr no one can come between Barbara lee Brown has alwlys hked books They my have helped to get those good looks There xs Troy whos Erlendlv to Ann I-Ie seems to be her steady fan Shes the gurl for some klnd gentleman Klng Don ol the sensor carnival Is also an Alexis Cardinal lrns Holmes IS rather shy One often wants to ask her whv Llttle Duck Johnson IS lzttle no more lies grown from a freshman to a sennor The other Johnson IS our edltor lor Ann there xsn t any competitor Co edxtor IN M urge Laffertv Shes full oi fun and fancy free Danny Lalr s lessons are never done Nlrs Hussey keeps hmm on the run Ple use turn to p nge 20- 19 y N V . 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I BRASS IIIDGDIIEJM fContmued from page 191 Wrxtmg to Kelth IS Wxlmfl s pastlme She thlnks the army performed a crlme A dlamond slune-s on Paullnes left hand She s the proudest gxrl m the land Sally Mcl arlands name lS Packv One often wonders lf shes whackv June Meeker plays a saxophone Cln t you hear that beautnful tone' PI'6Sld6llt, lim IS our quarterback He stars ln football basketball track Her snnles brlghten our school each dav Marle Parsons, a sxster to Squire, Has sense of humor to admxre The female xdol IS Dave Powell When glrls see hun, they start to howl Ivan Rxv who takes care of money Is always saylng somethmz funny Vxrglma Ryner lxkes shorthand As a secretary, she d be grand When Walt gave Martha her engagement rmg bhe was so happy she thought lt was sprlng Our camera expert, Barbara Swanson Tlnnks taknzg plctures IS lots of fun Last but not least, IS Queen Carol Wlth her grace and charm, she ll reach her goal We ve passed before you one and all Each waxtmg for l1fe s fateful call SALLY MCFARLAND 20- 759 "M f Irene Qlson came from Green Bay H I 1 h 1 -3 . ' .4 ' . rusaole asf e ra uatlon Under the shade of the .nlghty oak, near the entrance to ACHS forest, thxrty slx peasants gathered ln September 1948, to begm 'their great crusade to Castle Graduatlon Thls vast forest seemed unpenetrable' Realxzmg that rapld progress was lmpossxble wlthout capable leaders, Troy Dxllbeck was chosen chlef of our band wxth Ruby Anderson md Ann Johnson as assistants These three, under the capable supervlson of our guide Nlrs NICKIB, were to lead us safely through the strange new forest Cautlously we entered th1s dark and mvstenous Freshmanland, trem blxng at the thoughts of our f1rs't quest a drastlc lmtlatlon by the Lords and Ladles of the castle For nme long months we wandered thnough the bushes and trees of English, tang11ng often ln the sharp thorns of algebra Just before we left the haunts of the Freshman forest behlnd us, we Joyfully partook of the sprlng feast glven by the Vassals m honor of our safe passage Wlth vacatzon over, thlrty four Vassals started the dlfflcult task of steering our ACHS raft down Sophomore raver whleh ran between Freshmanland and Junlorland To man the boat, the followmg offlcers were chosen Shxrley Edelman,Sheryl Dyke mnn, 'ind Ruby Anderson The flrst rapxds were crossed as the Peasant Vassal foot ball team pulled through the season undefeated The Vassals also sponsored a fare well party for Irene Patterson, who left our fr1endly deck because of 111 health At the last falls and rapnds crossed the Vassals were host at 1 banquet served on the the challenges m the meadows of Junlorland Over the hllls and through the valleys of the meadow Junlorland, twenty elght Barons contmued thelr crusade toward the Castle Gradutxon, choosmg as our lead ers Margxe Lafferty, Barbara Swanson, and Margaret Jones Mr Clark was chosen to advlse us on obstacles md barrners encountered on our crusade toward hlgher goals Many actlvxtles were sponsored by the Barons, such as a skatmg party basketball throw at the fall tournaments, and a ch1l1 feast One of the many quests of the year successfully accomplxshed was the presentatlon of the play, The Dar Img Brats On May 12, much pomp and galety enthralled the land, as fthe decora tlons for the Jumor Semor prom turned the meadow mto a land of enchantment Now as Lords and L 1d1es, we gallantly rode on toward our destxnatlon To gulde us through the last quests of our great crusade we chose as leaders .hm Ol1n, Dan Gordon, Dave Powell and Ivan Ray wlth Nlr Clark as our advlsor By successfully staglng the play, Amazlng Gracle, the Lord and Ladles, showered wlth wreaths of pranse, accomphshed thelr flrst quest of the season March wlnds blew but stlll gaxety reigned supreme as the plateau was transformed mto a m1d way for the Semor Carmval Truly Kmghthood w is ln flower on the plateau May 24 when the l ords and Ladles, who were drawmg near to the end of thexr search for hlgh school educatxon were honored at a feast and dance by the Vassals On Hay 29 the Lords and Lathes entered the Castle Graduation' Now twenty four tralls lead mto the valleys and hllls Each offers a dxfferent goal each pre sents a new challenge to the crusaders With the courage of the Knlghts of old we salute the tomorrow 21 y A V A C To C I G A ' P n - s T 1 fr:- . I , ' ' "unf- pier at the end of The River of Memories. The Vassals were now ready to accept I . l . Z . . ' - 1 I . . . Y , W . , a -A I I . ' ' , - I ln J' 91 Barnum The Barons of thls year wlll be the Lords of next Reahzmv the responslbllty of thelr txtle they have met all challenges coulageously and confldently Thelr major projects for the year have been centered around act1v1t1es to 13156 funds for the Jun lor Senlor Banquet and for the trad1t1onal senlor trlp Our Jun lor upper classmen have been energetlc scholastlcally also In Iebruary when the Lolds and Ladles retlred from the Beat Staff the Barons assumed the 1espons1b1l1t1es of edltlng the news Honor Barons are Maxllyn Lundeen State saxophone solo 1st V1rg1n1a Armstrong Cheerleader Ca1 ole Corbm Cheerlead er Dlck Lafferty and Vllglflla Armstrong Court of Honor Senlor Carnlval Recognlzmg the prestlge of then rank the Barons are ready to assume leadershlp next year wlth the enthuslasm of true a1 lstocrats Class Offlcers PRESIDENT MARGARET BRUINGTON VICE PRESIDENT VIRGINIA ARMSTRONG SECRETARY DONNA ARMSTRONG TREASURER BOB O BRIEN SPONSOR MR STURIVI Q . . . . . 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I 5 8' F l vb - 35 xv ' fvzyf + 5 vu 'K-'x T I.. ol -I-omorrow Once agaln the doors of the Castle of Knowledge close The graduates of 1952 leave the halls Wlth pomp and ceremony to enter their separate tralls to accomplish the quest Import lnt to them Afterl Nllrge Lailerty graduated, my chlef aim was to be a mlsslonary to Lhlna and Korea Many years of hardship followed' When passing through Chlna, I f'ound dlfflculty ln gallllllg entrance The Kolean confllct ll as at ltS worst MIS slollarles were greatly needed ln war ftorn Korea One nlght I went to the hut of 811 old soothsayer She taught lne the art of crystal gazing, a lnaglcal skill. whlch en abled her to commune with splrlts ol the dlstant future As a glft off frlendshlp she gave me her cryst ll ball and lnstllled IH me her occult powers In the month of September I walked back 'to my room after talklng to sonle ragged Korean chlldren I was fllled wltll nostalgla for my classmates of 52 Worn out from my day s work, I took my crystal ball froln the stand and placed It ln front of me I slt on the only chfur for half an hour Then suddenly fl haze began to form ln the blll followed by humllllng and then clearness Objects started to pass before my eyes I was really surprlsed because all the people were famillar They were mv classmates of 52 There was a VOICE saylng You are golng to see what quests the Crus lders of 12 wlll have accomplished by 72 Wlth intense excitement I sat on the edge of the chair Then I heard people talklng Jollllny, who IS tllls year s Nobel Prlze wlllner ln Literature? This IS Barbara school All airplane roared overhead A young womln said Tighten your safety belts for the lalldlllg' That s Carol Tllnberlake stewlrd-ss ol the Cruslde one corner ol the plane 15 a glrl dressed lll whlte It s nurse M ll tha bharp caring for alr SICK p lssenger Theres trouble lll the englne room, came the shout above he roar of the plane Don t be alarmed for I see Dan Lalr, m lster mechanic of le Crusader, hlrd It work repairing the engine TROY DII LBECK D IJ S re ld a Slgll on an office bulldlng Troy has been a prosperous dentist for three years He IS xsslsted by Ann Johnson a reglstered IIUFSB Anll takes care ol dental lllstrunlellts llld m8dlCllleS, mlkes dentures alld asslsts the nervous patlellts In one room a typexlrlter c ill be heard Vlrglnla Ryner, receptlonlst, IS busy keeplllg records of bllls, recordlllg payments, and taking lpp0lllf.IIl9lllS Clear the deck for l landing' sald a commandlng volce Thats Dave Powell C lptaln of the Rocket, new supercarrler Dlck Johnsoll IS orderlng the swabbles to clean the deck again He s head offlcer on the clrrler DICK has been ln the Navy for llfteell years Q Contlnued to Page bl 2a- V D s.. he an OP Q P . , , l Z ' A , . ' ' ' . ' ' jg . I . K . - . . . , , , - l , 1 l , t 2 , it . . rl?- . I ,, V. . Y , , . . . f . . . . , Swanson talking to one of her English students. She teaches in a Chicago high l . b I ' , - ' nl ' rw . . . s , . n - -1 1 - A - .. , my R . l. l - ' lx , , t 1 . ' . ' l ' ' tl ,,,l pi lianzalz The members of the sophomore class have proved them- selves worthy vassals in a mighty castle Gulded by their spon sor MISS Boley they have partlclpated ln many of the extra currlcular act1v1t1es and soclal events of A C H S Honor vas sals were Pat Moore and Daryl Johnson attendants to Klng and Queen Sen1or Carn1val Pat Moore and ROX16 Olson cheerlead ers John Axcell State trumpet sololst The athletlc and muslc departments were well represented We are proud of the splrlt of thls class and hope that ln the future years they Wlll cont1nue Wlth the excellent examples of achlevements Class Offlcers PRESIDENT ERMA JEAN WILLIAMS VICE PRESIDENT DARYL JOHNSON SECRETARY ROSE ANN BJ ORKMAN TREASURER MARY JO MARTIN SPONSOR MISS BOLEY 26- L . ' - an I gf . . . 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Qk SCDUVENIIQS Before the I ords and Lathes left the Castle Alexis they declded to auctnon 'thelr prize souvenirs to the barons vassals and peasants of the manor The hlgh ranklng Lord .hm Olln served as auctloneer First on the auctnon block was Ruby Anderson s athletic abllnty which was eagerly snatched by Betty Agan at double the startlng prnce Olm really worked up a sweat tryxng to sell Joan Armstrongs flat nose, but after much barkmg, fmally succeeded m gettmg a bld from Oren Conn Next a speclalty was put before the crowd Bflrbara Brown s helght was brought onto the block and Nlary Dowd quxckly grabbed the bargam All eyes were on the stream llned fxgure of Troy Dlllbeck a-s nt strutted before the audxence Slhce B111 Duncan was on the look out for Just such a physique, he hurrledly topped the bld and produced hls money Shlrley Edelman tlred of racmg Beth Ryner to the cholce noon table In study hall, fmally relanqulshed xt to Beth for a large sum After smgmg a few dlttles, Don Gordons croonmg volce was swallowed by Sallie Anderson out on trxal Watchmg eagerly for a chwnce to place her bld at last Patty McGu1re walked away wlth Ann Johnson s hlllrxous giggle Dlck Johnson, de-slrlng to keep Jeannnne Loquxst ln the famxly, sold half hls' mterest to hls brother, Daryl Reluctantly Marge Lafferty bestowed upon Irv NlcLean the prwllege of wearmg her well tamed curls After mspectmg Dxnny Lalrs pearly false teeth Bob 0Br1en declded they would be an asset to hls growmg collectlon Wlllllq Lantz placed her mterest m the the army on the auctlon block, mentlon mg that Inez llead might be a prospectlve buver Auctioneer Jlm Olln called a recess and the clan wxthdrew to Ye Ole Cafeterla to purch lee a cup of cold colfee 'md 1 raw wxener sandwich Assembly agam resumed and Paulxne Matteson s varley of danglxng earrlngs was mhsplayed and her slster, Blrbara, delded to purchase this gala BUSY b ally Mel' arland s sclentrf c mmd second only to Emstem s, was sold to Robert Simpson at an outstandlng price Because bally was leavmg the hall, John Axcell hastily grabbed June Meekers letter wrmng abxhty Please turn to page 37 29- 5. N V I - ' , ' I , . . . , , s 73. . "mmf Rather reluctantly Mary Axcell consented to take Iris Holmes' quiet disposition L ' ' ' 1 ' ' . f . 1 h . . , , , , g . , D , . . J- l V' lgraa :mia The freshmen started thelr Journey through hxgh school under the able dlrectlon of M1ss Bray and Mr Zlmmerrnan In the sports f1eld the freshmen glrls were actlve ln G A A The boys came through ln both football and basketball E1ght were actlve members of the band Honor peasants were Barbara Gor don and Mary Axcell cheerleaders Mary Axcell and B1lLl Laffer ty attendants to Klng and Queen Senlor Carn1val Dean Hen nenfent State trumpet trlo These up and commg freshmer though now but peasants w1ll qulckly better themselves with performances llke these and become able vassals next year Class Off1cers VICE PRESIDENT JAY CORBIN SECRETARY JANET PATTERSON TREASURER FAYE PURLEE REPORTER PEGGY MENTZER SPONSOR MR ZIMMERMAN 30 Q ,Q . . . f5"' PRESIDENT .................. MARY AXCELL .-f f--V F3 l 1 xi 3,1 hx. 1 V Q' i.r,ztf - ' ll Q Q4 G rw WU. 1 ' j JBL, 9L -4 9 . 3 x iv V I 2795 ' .J N ? Jigfl fl , C1 L fi . 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Early 111 the year a staff xx IS 0I'g3.lllZ6d wnth Troy Dxllbeck as leider of the Crusaders An all school staff capably assrsted hlm m reportlng the weekly news consnstmg of class room soclal and athletlc actlvxtxes Nhss Bray and Nlr Zlmmer man have served is effxclent advisors 34 e e 1 I ' - ' - q,.f . . t . . . I . , Q , .I I -- "s,f ' ""'"""""""""" ' ' SPORTS EDITOR .................................. JIM OLIN I , ' .............,... 1 , Z-. . .V .I I . Y. ', . . n B42 QM v- ,-gw. 2. :aa 1 ., 0 Ur-.' A gf 59 its 0 SGUVENIIQS fCont1nued from page 29l Jlm Olm s presldentlal leadershxp was gxven free of charge, to the person cam paxgnmg for next year s pre-sndency Cooperatlveness, next Ill lme, was secured by Duck Lnfferty from Irene Olson The rosy cheeks of Marne Parsons were purchased by Marilyn lundeen who thought them glamorous Davld Powells flve o clock sh ldow was slow Ill selling, but fmally Howard Hmderlxter took xt out on tru ll Ivan Rays sly copylng technlqne went to Soupy Sharer at an exorbltant prlce Vxrgxma Ryner, deslrmg to auctlon her flnrtatlous wlys found Irene Fell a ready purchaser When Martha Sharps Irlendly chsposltlon was offered before the assembl Elaine Hursa raised the bld to an outrageous prnce nn order to obtam thls asset Y. For once Barbara Swanson had pofssesslon oi the key to the annual room so de Smce It wks always Phyllxs Scott s secret ambltlon to possess shlnvng black halr, she qulckly snatched Carol Tnnberlake s hanr before anyone had a chance to bl To our teachers, we, the 1952 Crusaders, wrsh to leave these memorials To Nlr Clark we leave our love and knsses to Mrs Hussey the news scoops of the day to Nlrs Yeager, as a speclal token from the Current Events class, all the sllghtly chpped newspapers to Mr Sturm, the tradxtnonal tltle Weepy, to Mlss Boley, all the extra dlshes left from our cooklng actxvztles to Nlr Mills, all edltorlals wrntten concernmg his field tours to Mrs bparron the tacks left in the typmg tables from the varlous senior carmvals to Nlary Jem, the uncalled for reyport cards to M Staggs, Llementme Clltterbucks wigs and to next years student body we leave our ears to en :ble them to hear Mr St lggs ln assembly 37 J- Q V 'u . . , . . . , . , - Q 1- . . I , l. . . . 73. . 1. . , . . . . I - ,bf cided to sell it to the highest bidder before she lost it again. H . ' ' . 1 " . ' , J ' ' ' ' , 1 'd. A 1 'V 1 4 . it . s o , " JS - , 9 L , 'K 1 I 4 I . 9 . I I .I . . , , . . . . . 2 u , V, , . 1 - . ' - . 1 . J' Gnls Chol us Lxsten lusten to the glorlous vo1ces they are the Crusaders rmdxng to battle thelr vo1ces llftlllg' as the dust P1565 beneath therr marchlng feet Just as these Crusaders sang as they faded mto dust of the ro nd so the Vocal Department of A C H S ral es 1ts volce as lt fades Into the ann lls of our school Mr Murphey the capable md experienced dlrector of the gnrls chorus, has a very talented group at hus command The chorus COllSlSl,lllg of flfty members, has sung at the annu ll lall concert and the Christmas concert Under the d1rect1on ol NI1ss Folkedahl the chorus has partxclpated lll the B County Musxc Festlval at liowevllle and nn the Dlstrlct Contest xt Rock Island Ann Hmggms falthful uork as accompxnlst has been of great value to the chorus Saxophone Quan tet This '1ct1ve quartet C0llSlNl.a of two alto saxaphones a tenor and a barltone saxophone Featured at the fall concert, I Ions' Club meetlng Prmclpals meetlngf and Agrxculture meetlng the four were successful ln captnung the audnence s ad mlritlon S6l6CT,lOllS lIl thelr repertone u ere NBFCISSIS M nuet Ill 1 and Plrade of the Wooden boldlers Members of the quartet are June Meekel, Nlarllyn lxeynolds, Sally NlcFarland, and fllorla Nlllner Trumpet Trlo At school partles class plays comlnumty actlvltxes and 0CClSl0llS callmng for entertalnment, you lund the trumpet trlo lxuby Anderson lohn Axcell and Dean Hennenfent play1ngi1rst, NECOIIQ md thlrd respectlvely Thelr success lt play: can be judged by the generous pra1se glven them by thelr audlences They engoy playlng and perform cred1tabl'y as la proved by the fact tnat they went to St ite Contest thls year John also went to State with hls solo liuby recelved SeC0lld In the Dlstrlct Contest Boys Chorus Hark did you heir that' That was the Boys Chorus smgnng Sound Off fe ltuung Troy Dlllbeck as solo1st accompanled by the band But th nt lS 1uK1t one ol the many songs they have been slngmg thvs year The Harlem Goat The Boat Song Dry Bones and Slllllglflg' Allong are only a few of th numelous melo alles that rang through the halls The tenors were out numbered about three to seven but their strong tull vo1ces c lrrxed thelr part uell The boys sang at our fall concert on November 'U at the Chrlstmas Program December 20 here at school, and lt the BI County Nluslc Festxval at ROS6Vlll6 March 28 We are sorry that due to the COllfllCt: lll the schedule several oi our musxcal lads could not be lll chorus tlns ye nr 38 - 1 1 4 - 1 N 1 h -l L ' 1 1 ' 1 ' , l 4 , . . . . 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C' mf 00 LQ if YL ACTIVITIES IN CASTLE ALEXIS Abi LST SEPTl NIBEI OCTOI El NOVFVIBER 0 DECI XII FR IO 13 20- JANUAI Y 8- IhBl1UARY or The dravnbrxdge was lowered to admrt the Peasants to Alexxs Castle nhere for the flrst tnne they were to meet the lords 'md Ladies Barons and Vas als Holiday Rest from our labors llurrah' 1 ootball season opens wnth l eynolds here lreshm ln IY1tl3lOl1 and All School Party lunlor llayxack lilde Aledo there Vnctory for Al6XlSl Sophomore Hayr ck Ride Parkmson Xssembly Freshman Illt,l.1f,f0l1 znto F H A Ablngdon here Tears G A A Wxener Roast A Play Day at Klexls Llttle Slx Cross Country Freshm ln Hayrack R1 le band played at Macomb Homecomlng Sernor plctures taken .IuI110I's entertalned the Semors vlctors lll m ngazme camp llgn Senlor Play A'llaZlI12" Gracxe K A A Nlother and Daughter Banquet Football Banquet Fall Musle Concert Roseville Tournament 1 A und 1 ll A Chrtstmas Dan Snow more snon No busses' Xssembly Mr John Symes speak er Potluck lunch Chrlstmas School out thats enough Classes resumed Annu xl sales begln lnnlors fmally received thelr rmgs Annual plctures taken B und played a concert at RON6Vlll6 Xloans' lt s exams coming I 1 County basketball Tournament a Annual sales re Ich quota Hurrah' Nluslc assembly by IIOS6Vlll6 band Abingdon there We won' G A A Father Dlughter Banquet Ford Annnnal Act Assembly X11 school F ll A Square Dance Llncoln s blrthdly Flu epldemlc started H and 1 1 A mght meetn Sh rley Edelman recewecl, D A li good cltlzenshlp award De Wlllo concert 'lltl t assembly Muslc 11 nth lts charm' Leap Year Party sponsored by Freshmen A few were darmg enough to ask fellows VIOllllIOL1I.ll College Please turn to Page 49 --41 J' 's ' 2 ' 31- ' ' ' ' N s ' I 5. i 3- ' . 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I ' Q- N V THE BAND As you walked mto the Alexis Castle durxng fxfth watch thus last year you may have wondered where all the musxc resoundmg through the halls was commg from If you mqulred mto thus, you duscovered that vt was tl e Alexa-s lhgn School Band practlcxng for Its many actlvxtles of the your If it were at the begmnlng of the school year when you entered the bull-dmg you may have heard the group playmg some of the songs whxch they rendered thenr concerts at the Alexxs Fall Festlval Or maybe you attended the fall concert the Chrlstmas concert, or the sprmg concert where the band under the able dlrectlon of Mr Murphey created three thoroughly emoyable evemngs for the audlence The band also partxcnpated nn the B1 County band concert along with flve other schools One of the sad happenings thls year was Mr Murpheys leavmg Though we were all sorry to see hum go, we wlsh hum much success m the future After this artlcle IS publlshed, the band under the guldance and efflcxent leadershlp of Musa Folkedahl IS plannmg to compete ln the dlstrxct muslc contest at Rock Island The members are also lookmg forward to the music festrval at Know College We consxder that thls year has been both enjoyable and successful for the band The Senlors wxsh to say Good Luck to the future bands at A C H.. S THE MARCHING BAND Left' Rlgml Left' Rlghv Can t you Just see that Alexxs Hugh School Band marclnng down the street to the tune of a lxvely mxhtary beat? Mr Murphey certamly had the band steppmg when he took the Crusaders out to march last fall Thexr first experience at marchlng was a't the blg Fall Festival where they led the Homecommg parade Smxles appeared on the spectators faces when the band members played the school song as they rode on the Merry Go Round Later ln the year, Mr Murphey and the band went to Macomb to march m the Western Homecommg Parade As a novelty everyone ln the band pamted hls shoes brlght red but, alas when the Crusaders came home, the red had turned to black from the ram and the mud An mterestmlg half tlme show was presented by the band at the football games Mr Murphey IS to be comphmented on the many and origmal programs whlch he taught to the marchmg band -42 gm Q. . 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I AQ .49 1. .5 i SENIOR PLAY Amazmg Gracle Tyler and hracxe Lnderwood young college klds, marry secretly unknown to Tys rlch Uncle Horatlo, and Gracle s wealthy Aunt Talulah It ns perfectly amd? mg how oracle can mvent whoppers out of u hole cloth xx hen caught m a Jam' Smce her boss, Dannrock, refuses to employ marrxed women she tells hun she lsn t mar rled When brac1e tells her uunt she has a lady chaperon and her aunt wlres she s on her way for a vmt, Ty has to pl my the chaperon' Of course Darlus Damrock Horatxo Helfrey and Talulah Tate all three the bxtterest of enemies WOULD declde to vxslt the Underwoods on the same day When thls happens Gracxe plays llke shes twms Uncle Horatxo sits 1n a chocolate ple, Aunt Talulah accxdentally eats a dog blscult md Horatlo and Damrock both fall for Ty ws ho xs d1sgu1sed as the gay wldow Clementme Clatterbuck' The two old fellows come to blows over Clementme 1TyJ, who steps between them tryxng to separate them and for hls pams gets klcked ln the parlor and konked on the chln When Gracle tells Aunt Talulah that the Wld0W fTyl has whoopmg cough Aunt Talulah pours a home made cough remedy contaxnmg everythmg from hverwurst to ground caster beans down poor Tys throat and makes hlm vlolently suck Fmally, ln order to r1d the house of unwelcome guests Ty dlsguxses lnmself as the mad surgeon, Dr Hllbary Coffm, and 1 near rlot ensues How Ty and the amaznng Gracle fmally extrxcate form a rxotous chmax m thus rlproarxng Earce IUNIOR PLAY Strlctly Formal The Semor Dance ms 1ust around the corner but Jane 'md Sally stlll haven t snagged thelr dntes Nexther Jlm nor George, thelr regular boyfnends, seem to know lt exnsts As lf thus wasn t bad enough Sally s couam from New York armveg and wolfs ull the boys away xx nth the old go-gettem tactlcs That IS all but Elroy who ns usually seen practnclng the shot put but 1snt as dumb as he seems Cmdy Jane s cousm xlso comes for a vlsxt and ls Just the help the glrls need She can solve my problem partcularly concernmg love on the basis of how Gmger Rog ers landed Fred Astalre When George and XIHFCIH return from the movxe-s Cmdys plot to catch George hls thxckened Jane IS stretched out on the sofa an her mothers lovellest neglxgee md powdered dead whxte apparently close to death At flrst George ls scared, but xx hen Marcxa suggests It mlght be mumps he beats lt Candy has Just begun to f1x thmgs Her next venture colhdes wlth the alleged case of mumps Then Elroy puts the shot rlght into Mr Cutlers prlze peomes What started out to be a mlld worry about date-s for the Semor Dance, becomes a war of dads and peomes, shot puts, mumps mothers and daughters and movles 45- J' I 4 V W 1 - - Y . , . 1 . . . 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I ,, 46,7 Wi MXPCH APRIL NIXY JLNF' 7 1 0 9 ACTIVITIES IN CASTLE ALEXIS fCont1nued from p nge 411 Inv1tItxon from lxnox College to see productlon T lmlllg' of the Shrew Senmor Carmval Carol Txmberlake and Don Gordon crowned klllg and queen Oh Oh' Chaos all over the high school' Snow Storm No school S9lllOI' Sucker Dlv Oh trose achmg stomachs' Nlrs Edna Olxn was hostess at a turkey dlnner for the football team Monmouth Career Dav Junlors attended Senior I uest Dnv at Western Xlacbeth presented bv the Roosevelt xflllt ary Academy Semors attended F F A Pubhc Speakmg Contest Sernor Class Partv hostess Carol Tlmberlake G A X Skatmg Partv B1 Countv IYILIQIC Festlval at Rosevllle Sophomores host to all school partv B1 L ountv Speech Contest It Alexls. Iatm Yveek The Parade of the Romans' F 1 A Parent Son Banquet Eowser Assemblv Beauty danger thrllls ln plctures of mountain Cllmblllg' lunxor Pl IV Strlctlv Forma Uown Assemblv Gllvx Relays All we neecl now IQ a ilre department to put ou the fxre on the track F H A Style Show and Tea XIQXIS Relavs Nlore water please T E Musselunan Assembly B1COulf1tV Track Nleet lt llonmouth 'vlagmcman Assemblv Where oh xx here did It d1sappeaz'7 Ilttle Slx Track Nleet at IXIIOXVIIIC lxnox Music Festlval lunnor Senior liunquet and Prom' Baccalaureate Annuals dxstrlbuted Slgn mme' Commencement lung Knowledge Rel Supreme' Long last' llepxrture fox Eastern trip 49 Kn- Q... 4 5 : x 1- I I I v ' , - ' -"A 1 ' 1- 1 . K . I ' . 2 , . . . ' . ' I7 4-5 H A . W I oqlf 14- I ' 4 I . , . ' . 18- . . ' , Q ' ' 19- . , - ' . 19- I ' I 1, . 21- " Q A , ' ' 1 , 24- . . . ' ' . 26- ' ' ' , -- , z ' . 27- . . 1 . ' , . 28V .1 I M. 5, . . - 31- S ' , . 1- '- 1 1 , 1 ' ' 7- . ' - . wg 8- . 1. . -' . - f 11- Good Friday. Spring Vacation. 17-I - ' , - , , ' ' ' . A 1 -l8--- ' 1. , " ' . L" 21- 5 , . 1 21- 1 ': l s- ', " t 5 f 2J- . . . j . 4 ..9' - .P ' ', -. . - , . , 2- . . , . I 5- '- A l : , - . 13- .' ' . ' ' . 17- ' ' ' . 24--. ' ' 2 . 25 f . . 27- ' ' ' ' - ' '. . I ..9- - - " 'gns ' . ' , 2- A . 1 ' - ' ! jr. V I FFA Early m the year the F F A wxth xts twenty engtht COUI'tI6I'S started on 1ts quest for hlgher finances As 1 publxclty and a money maklng scheme F I' A calendars were sold Later m the year the org:-muzatlon went to Peorla on a tour of lndustrxes of Interest to farmers and future ffunes The F F A Publlc Speaklng Tounament was held at the Alexls Castle and Dean Anderson 1ester for the court placed 4th The F F A sponsored a Parent Son Banquet at the Woman s Club The organ lzxtlon was co sponsors for the F H A I- F A farewell DICIHC for the semors OFFICERS PREbIDENT DAVE POWELL VICE PRILSIDENT DON GORDON SECRETARY STANLEY TYRRELI TREASURER DUDLEY PURLEI' REPORTER I EOR! E MCCONNELL SENTINLL DICK LAFFERTY ADVISOR MR MII LS F F A Chapter Mother an excellent example of Home ECOHOIHICS ln her own home and IS a const mt helper to the orgamzatlon Always smxlmg and helpful Mrs Johnson has attended F F A meetmgs chaperoned at partle-s gxven by the organxzitlon and poured at the F H A Style Show and Tea At Chrlstmas she made pretty sachets for each of the g1rLs further endearxng herself to everyone F H A Sweetheart At the Chrlstmas party glven by the F H A Don C orclon a popular semor was crowned chapter sweetheart Some of the standards by whxch he w as chosen were neatness courtesy and parltxclpntmon IH school aCl,lVltleS Xnother requxre ment was that he must be 'm F F A member Don recelved a tle clasp from the F H A FHA F H A IS a natnon nl 0I'g3l'llZatl0Il of puplls who study homemaklng ln Junlor and semor hlgh schools We work together for better and happler home hip for everyone Our elght purposes are CD To promote a growmg apprecnatlon of the Joys and satlsfactlons of homemaklng 121 To emphasue lthe Lmportance of worthy home membershlp 131 To encourage democracy m home and communlty llfe 141 To work for good home and famlly llfe for all Dj To promote mternattonal good wlll C61 To foster the development of creatlve leadershlp xn home and communlty hfe C71 To provlde wholesome xndxvzdual and group relatlon C81 To further lnterest an home economlcs We thmk that helpmg to make happy homes now and m the future IS the most xmportant tlnng that we cfm do for democracy PRESIDENT DOROTHY ANDERSON VICE PRESIDENT ELAINL HURSA SECRETARY SALLY NIcFARLAND TREASURER INEZ MEAD 00- D I I I . . . i, . . 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XWBRE A U 'Wo QW 0,30 Sopev Caoles Best dressed boy Don Gordon Best dressed glrl Shu ley Edelman Vlost studlous Sally McFarland Most llkely to succeed Barbara Swanson Most sophlstlcated Marge Lafferty Most tlnnd ITIS Holmes Best lnformed on world affairs Troy Dlllbeck Most pleftslng personflllty Ann Johnson Most art1st1c Paullne Matteson 'Vlost orlglnal Barbara Lee Brown Most athletlc boy J 1m Olm Most athlet1c gnl Ruby Anderson 'VIost courteous Irene Olson Most muslcal Joan Armstrong Most llterary V1rg1n1a Ryner Most popular Carol Tlmberlake Most mlschlevous DZIVICI Powell How to dlsplay your gum see Sally McFarland How to conceal gum see Dean Anderson How to put on welght see Judy Tyrrell How to look lnnocent when gullty see Bob O Brlen How to keep pace wlth a snall see Daryl Johnson How to nnpersonate a cha1m1ng WldOW see Jlm Olln How to 'iVOld glrls see Frlc Johnson How to reclte fl om a book see any class How to have enchanted hearts see Joan and Dean How to sleep ln school see Danny Lalr How to fly through the halls see Juanlta Walght How to act fOOl1Sh fclass clownl see Oren Conn How to Influence people see our teachers How to lgnlte the xx flste papel basket, see the flre bug How to make your volce echo through the halls, see all fresh man glrls How to burn the nndnlght o1l see Rose Ann Bjorkman How to lnconsplcuously copy see Ivan Ray 53- jr I V 1 ' - A ' 1' C A . . V Q- Q Xl I C . C . I L ' -' , i KQ A - f- r we . . h . ...nf E011 information Cn -- " 4 - , , U B, . ' ' 1 , . . . , . s - , . u g, n n .0 u u .1 7 .- L - , J Q . , . c ' , D . , 1. u w ' , . 1 c , . n u , . 0 Y' 'L A' c ' . , . J. I V Latma SOCl6taS Although the Latm Club IS small m melnbershlp, lt IS a very active soclety The purpose of thls orgamzatlon IS to develop a gre :ter appreclatnon of the cultural and practlcal value of Latln At Chrlstmas the Saturnalla. XVIS observed., cards wlth Latln mesages and greetings were made 'md presented to the faculty and frlends and Chrlstmas carols were sung IH Latln Latm Week was pUb1lClZed by posters de pxctlng Roman llle Latlnx Socletas belxeves lll practlclng the motto 1Ano1:AvE Lum RE ORARE. D A R Each year one Lady of the castle IS chosen by the Kmghts and fellow Lords and I adxes for outst nndnng leaderslnp personallty, patr1ot1s.m and scholarshlp Thns year that award went to Slnrley Eclelmm llesldes belng on the honor roll for foul G A A bxrls Chorus Nhxed Chorus Latln Club Beat Staff, and Xlemoxrs Staff Our Llbrary Our Alexls Clstle had a xeadlng room lor the use oi all classes It was sponsored by Mrs Yeager wlth the help of student asslstants The chairman of the llbrarlans was Shlrley Bloomfleld who was asslsted by the presxdent Ruby Anderson Tvto l1br'1r1ans uorked each school class hour The llbrarlan helpers were voted on by the more experlencefl ones of last Vear We had two boys who worked on compxllng magazmes Dudley Purlee and Stanley Tyrrell We ag un borrowed one hundred books from the state lnbrary, made hbrary posters itled book covers xnformatlon wrote lnterestmng dlscoverles about books on our bulletxn board, am' purchased new books, as the 5 volume dxctlonaryf Alma nac Xmerlclna supple-ment, etc A fllmg of clxpplngs has been started alio Our hbrary was eastly opened or enclosed this helped keep our lxbrary pre served for future use 54 Q , , H . , I - Z . . .4 K. . . I : Q ,wg ' ' A i 1 . 3 ' , i - "'..f years, Shirlfey has been active in the following extra-curricular activities: F.H.A.g - - -5 " ' V9 . ' 5 A' 5 ' 1 ' . II I Z I I Qwx fix SP' 4 UUIOT' GVIIOT' GI'lqUet OFT T'Ol'l'l It xx as Saturday evenmg Hay 24 and 'ut the Alexxs castle an entrdnclng ard lovely vlsxon Sugg8StlV6 of a l'3lIlb0W wlth lts colorful rays greeted t he eye What was th1s spectacle? It nas the Lords 'md Ladxes entermg the portals of the castle where they were to be guests of honor of the Barons for the Jumor Semor Banquet and Prom The royalty and guests were seated it tables, covered wlth assorted cloths 0 the balcony of the bxnquet hall wh1cl1 had become for the evenmg a repllca of the famous Stork Llub The welcome was extended by Margaret Brumgton, Jumor president the Response was glven by Jlm Ohn semor president The program con slsted of several muslcal selectlons and the class prophecy and wnll, read by Dlck St lggs and Elame Hursa The dance, during xxhxch the gxrl members of the sophomore class dressed soft llghts, and a punch b lr completed the settmg After a delxghtful evemng the guests bade goodmght to their hosts and departed from the castle II 4-4 A parties On the mght of December 18 the F H A and lf F A treated the students faculty, and guests to '1 Chrlstm ns Dance Durmg the evenmg varlous types of dances were partlclpated m by all The clunax to thls gala nlght was the crownmg of Don Gordon as F H A Sweetheart February 9 the F Il A lgam honored the school wxth 1 Valentme Square Dance Charles Robertson called the squrre dances un the brlghtly decorated gym Other soclal dances were also emoyed At the close of the evenlng very appetxzmg refreshments were served 57 5- Q V . - - - 1 Q F .. 2 1 . g , n 2 , . . V . qw, . . l . u . . K 7 as cigarette girls, passed cookies and favors, was held from 9 p. m, to ?. Streamers, YE?- A .auf ' 1 . , I ' ll I . I .yr ' , . . . z ' . ' . -' ' ju I VQ f Pep Band On a cold bleak mfght last fall flve lone band members stood bravely huddled agamst the wmd As they watched the freshmen sophomores battle R M A , the gnrls prepared to play a few marches for then- part ln the cheermg section Hxstor lcally thus was the lIllt.l'ltl0l'l of the A C H S Pep Band whose orlgmator 1s Ahce Conn Smce then lt has grown ln numbers as well as rn scholastlc actlvltles Dunng every pep sesslon the lxttle mstrumental group played a specral march and the school song On Alexrs' Though thus IS the furst year of ILS exxstence, may xt be come a tradxtlonal part of good old A C I-I S Cheerleaders No school ls complete wrthout someone to organlze cheering at games For thvs task the student body thls year elected exght of lts glrls who represent all classes I-xve of these cheerleaders were chosen to dlrect the fans of the Varslty squad They To msprre the supporters of the reserve teams three more glrls were selected June Meeker, Roxle Olson, and Barbara Gordon compose thls group Every crusade has a guxdlng splrrt and these gurls have worked to dxrect that spxrxt Perhaps no one but a cheerleader herself can estxmate the amount of txme and effort expended ln producxng the enthus1asm and teamwork dlsplayed at games When a team lsn t rackmg up enough points to defeat 1ts opponent, lt as tl1e 3ob of these glrls to keep up the morale of the team as well as of the fans Often as they try to mstlll pep mto 'Q crowd, they meet wlth dscouragement but strlvmg togeth er, they don t gwe up the shlp Pep Club A 'cheerlng sectxon Yvlthlll a cheermg sectlon mlght be a name for the pep club Composed of the most exger mdxvxduals, thms small body has been a hub of encour agement to all mterscholastxc sports Elther present ln a compact crew or scattered through the audlence the members acted to hghten the load of the cheerleaders A socxety of thus type must have leaders of its own A bundle of energy herself Ruby Anderson, the orlgxnator of thls movement, became the flrst presxdlent Wlth the other offxcers, Barbara Swanson vlce presldent Martha Sharp secretary, Dorothy Anderson treasurer, the club recelved growmg enthusiasm that was spread over the school -58- tt - - 14 sr I 73 I - . a A - V ' .. .-.nf .. . . . I are Carole Corbin,Carol Timberlake, Virginia Ar,msitrong,Pat Moore, Mary Axcell. I , . . ll . . 1 X ' l ' . . , , , . K 2 . , . . - sg SH. ,hm I- A omorrow 1Cont1nued from page 251 We re flynng over Hollywood, sand the porter on the plme Wllma Lantz, went unto actnon fastennw safety belts .makxng people comfortable 'md assurmg them of '1 s :fe landing Xmong the passengers I see Irls Holmes, who IS goxng to Hollywood to desugn a dress for Hedy s next picture Ins IS a flmous dress Barbara Brown dressed zn a Wave s umform IS also on the plane for she ms gomg to Callforma She IS to be statloned there for three weeks hostess deslgner There s M me Parson Ch lmpxon woman wrestler She s defendmg her tltle ln the Hollywood Arena Marle doesn t look as though she IS the type to be a wrestler In another room of the plane nurse Irene Olson IS carmg for a patlent who had a heart attack Somene lust saxd How much longer before we land'7' That s June Nleeker Shes flymg to Lalxfornxa to be wlth her husband who xs an army captam A huge offxce bulldmg co-mes mto vlew Ivm Ray who owns lt, IS the head of a chun of food stores In h s offlce Shxrley Edelman, he ld secretary, never has a mmute to spare She also takes care of the ldvertlsmg ot the busmess Raymond B Clark, prmclpal of the Castle of Knowledge m Alexis has mmy problems to bother hlm Sally NlcF1rland, sclence teacher, IS nskmg hun for extra room where her students cm carry on experlments wlth exploslves She also wants It to be arranged tor her students to spend an extra period dally watchmg sald Ruby Anderson, physlc nl educatlon teacher It seems there has been a serlous dlsflppearmce of them lately Ruby w lnts to know when they re gomg to complete the tenms court that was started m 1953 Back to Hollywood Callfornlal I see Pauline M itteson has ch mged her name to Nlrs Vlughn and 15 a successful halr styhst Rlght now she IS g1v1ng a famous nctress '1 poodle cut Do I hear bables cry1ng'7 Yes I do Joan Armstrong Stalev head of Pediatrics Ward IS m the nursery carnm lor the bables Joan loves the babies md cares for them tenderly 'as then' mothers would lt a pep meeting belng held ln the gynmasxum of the Castle of Knowledge toach Don Gordon stands to mike n speech Hls team IS going to Champaign to compete lll the State Fmal Basketball Tournament ln closing Coach Gordon sald We re out to w1n' By a narrow margln they do wln the g lme The Board of Edu c ltl0ll lures hlm for another term I hear loud musxc m the dlstance As It comes closer danclng feet cfm also be heard Brlght colored signs ind neon hghts splash across the crystal ball Jlm Olm seems to be l'eall7lllg h1s llle s Lmbntlon Hes always wanted to make a quick mlllxon 'md ret rel Well hes made most of lt by runnmg The Stork Club, a mght club m North Henderson At last the vxslons m the crystnl ball fade Wxth 1 smlle of Joy for my class mates and thelr prosperlty, I replace the crystal ball on the stand Oh Crusaders may our land of tomorrow be as beautlful and as h zppy as revealed by the cryst al ball of the soothsayer -61 1' I V 's The an OF T ' 2 ' . s, 1 ' ' . ' . ' ' ' ' K 5 I - - 1 .. , -, , , l . . , 155. 1 I ' . ' . , 1 Y- ' "Q f 1 . 1 I ' 1 I the various stages of the tadpole. like to have another box ot1 ping pong balls," l . , i I v Y . . . 1 w A - i 1 1 . I J r . . H P . 9 ,I 1 4 a . K, I . I t A ' . . , I . , ' ' ' I H ' - Q 'Q J. I V GAA The lassxes of the broad countrmes belonged to the G A A , an organlzatlon meaning Glrls Athletxc Assoclatlon It belonged to the state organlzatxon whlch stood for stnnulatmg mterest and partlclpatxon m glrls athletics The state regu lated a pomt system by whlch g1r1s could follow and achleve rewards m the form of numerals, letters capxtal I or a map of Ilhnols Playdays tournaments, and sectlonal meetxngs tended to broaden the state program We held our meetmgs once a month and dxscussed both busmess and soclal affarrs OFFICERS Presxdent Ruby Anderson Vlce Presldent Lorraine Gustafson Secretary Barbara Swanson Treasurer Carol Txmberlake Carnlval Royalty Wxth these wreaths of vlctory I crown you Don Gordon and Carol Timber lake, Kmg and Queen of the 52 carnival were the words spoken by Troy Dlllbeck and Sally McFarland at 11 30 on the evenmg of March 1 for thrs was one of the greatest occasnons of the year The Court of Honor mcluded Barons Dlck Lafferty and V1rg1n1a Armstrong Vassals Daryl Johnson and Pat Moore Peasants Mary Axcell and B111 Lafferty From 7 to 12 approxrmately 350 people wandered through the showers of confettl buylng trxnkets of all kmds trying thelr luck at each stand and d8Il'lOllShlIl,g all the dellcacnes of the food stand The concession stand rlng toss telegram stand basketball throw and darts were the entertalnments on the lower halls of the castle wh le boxmg home talent and musuc shows were pre sented m the upper hall Through the help and co operatlon of town merchants and fellow students the carmval was a complete success Honor Roll Club For those students whose grades have mamtamed an average of. B to A there ls a record known as the second honor roll on wlnch thexr names are wrxtten An even greater achxevement lS that of the flrst honor roll for whnch students must have an average of A or more Both of these enroll students of hrgher than average mtel llgence and lt IS truly an honor to be a member of elther Back Row Qleft to rnghtl Jxm Ohn Troy Dlllbeck Ann Johnson, Barbara Swanson Barbara Lee Brown Vermta Haywood Rose Ann BJork.man Slnrley Creek Pat NICGUITC Juamta Walght Beverly Totten Mary Ann Allen Peggy Mentzer Paulme Dxle Beth Ryuer Janet Patterson Ann I-Ixggms Mary Axcell James I 1ggett Front Row Cleft to Flght, Daryl Johnson Marllyn Reynolds, Shlrley Edelman Nlargle Lafferty Vlrglma Ryner Pat McCorm1ck Marxlyn Lundeen Llaxne Hursa Dorothy Anderson Joan Armstrong Shirley Bloomfleld, Pat Moore, Stanley Russell Absent Alan J ohnson, 02 I .1 0 . 0 V., n u . I . . . . . n .' . . ' . .... W , I . - ' ll 1, ' ' , ' 1 1 ' 1 ,. 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' N ' Fam 1.3.34 ' , '- H ' ff ' fx'-1' ELLIE . 1 'Um 1 gaw- ii gr '- Jw D -In 121 9 I Q A RESUME ON THE ATHLETIC FIELD Our knights started the football quests w 1th '1 bang thls year defeating Reyn olds RNIA, and Stronghurst easlly under the dxrectwon of our new Coach Wayne Sturm and Assistant Loach Burt Clark Then c mme our old rlval Aledo, and for the lxrst time In over ten years the Cardmals w hlpped them The game, played at Aledo wlth the score ending 20 to 0 ID our favor g lve the Alexls fans the sweetest v1c'tory In years We ran our vlctory strlng lnto flve games by defeating Burlmgton, but then dls ister struck The Cardlnals suffered a heart breaklng defeat from Abmgdon here ln Alexls before 1 100 screaming fans After leadlng the Commandoes 14 to 7 for three quarters we saw our le rd narrowed to one polnt wlth two l'l'llIlLltSS left ln the game and then snatched aw ay from us lll the last seconds when Abingdon completed 1 fourth down pass for a touchdown thereby wmnnng the game 20 to 14 Our team was so crushed that 1t dld not recover by the next week and we lost to Rosevnlle 20 to 7 but the followmg week we managed to tle the sharp ROVA club 20 to 20 In the last lgame of the season we battled Knoxvllle to a tle ln flrst half but 'lfter losung several players through mjurles we were overcome by the powerful Blue Bullets Thus we ended the season wxth a record of 5 wlns, 3 losses md 1 tle There were no great stars on our te lm whlch was a well balanced umt, but we dxd have such standouts ws Duck Lafferty at end George NlcConnell at guard, along wlth Jlm O11n, Don Gordon, lvan Rly and Dave Powell ln the backfleld Jlm Ol n, George NlcConnell and IJ ck Laiferty were chosen on the Lnttle Sw All Star lst team, whlle Don Gordon md Dave Powell recenved honorable mentxon Soon xfter the football season the Lxttle Six Cross Country meet was held here m Alexns and our star mllex, Dave Powell led our team to victory This mcxdent ally, was the last of the l lttle SIX Cross Country meets The Cardlnal hardwood te lm had nts best season m ye urs, wlnnmg 4 and los m,g 12 Although we had off nlghts we strll won more than our share of games The hlghest score was against Bnggsvllle whcm we defeated 82 to 60 but the greatest victory of all was over Abmgdon After losmg our flrst encounter with them, .ve Journeyed to Abmgdon md handed our former coach s team a 63 to 51 setback The hlghest scorer ol the season was Dxck Laflertv wlth 487 pomts followed by Dxck Staggs wlth 275 whllfe Iv an Ray played magmflcent defense and .lxm Olm and Dave Powell nlso turned lll credztable performances llthough track season ns just stlrtlng as the annual goes to prxnt ,we are look mg forward to cl fme year The returning l-ettermen are Dave Powell, Ivan Ray .hm Olm llon Gordon Duck Lalferty Jolm Axcell John Mcllonnell, George Mc Connell Stan Tyrrell md Dave Walght Words cannot tell how grateful we are to our able co lches, Wayne Sturm and Burt Clark, for their wonderful assrstance ln bunldlng our teams Thelr knowledge of sports md the tactlcs involved w lS one of the blg reasons w hy Alexls had suc cessful team thxs year 65.. js I P- ll .-...ii - V Y. K . . - y A L ., A V , , - 1 1 . 1 ' 4' 1 .' , z Q . . - 1 , 2 ' ' z ' , ' . 1 ,. . L f A , a V ' ' ' a 5 - , I ' ' .,', ' ' . . - r ' ' . 1 . r t r - 4 . , w ' ,vw 1 ' l A " '. ' 3 , ' . i 4 . . . 1' Q I A , l ' . . Q, 3 , . 2 ' ' - ' 1 . . it l - ,V , Q -. I I , 1 . I . . ' . . A . 4 - - . I . I A . , v . h. . Y. . ,L . . 2 . , an . . .. , 1 . 1 ' . : ' I A ' , . . : I , . . . . , - 1 I Y Y 1 9 4 ' V l ' 2 z s Z Z ' ' - D . FOCDTBALL LINE LR Duck Lafferty, John Axcell, Dean Staley, Davxd Walght, Gene Osborn, Stanley Tyrrell, George McConnell Dudley Purlee Bob O Brnen, and Dxck Staggs BACKFIELD-Coach Wayne Sturm Ivan Ray, .hm Olm, Don Gordon Davld Powell, and Assxstant Coach Burt Clark Records of Sea,son's Games and Scores They e Reynolds R M A Stronghurst H'Aledo Burlington 3R0S8Vll18 'FROVA :l'Knoxv1lle if Ixttle Sxx Games! All Stars Thus year the competmon for all star candxdacy was so stltif that Coach Sturm had to draw straws to pwk our fnve candldates Of the f1ve,Jlm Olin, Dlck Lafferty and George McConnnell made the first team while Don Gordon and David Powell made honorable mention We must not forget the other men on the team who helped make nt possxble for these boys to recelve the All Star awards Front row Jack Sharp Gary Loqulst Jay Corbm, Roger Olson Oren Conn Bob Staley John Elder Second row-Coach Sturm, Delane Johnson, Bxll Lafferty, Jam Jones John c Connell, Daryl Johnson B111 Duncan John Sharer and Assistant Coach Clark Back row Dean Hennenfent Jxm Osborn Donald Lovmg, Mgr Irvxn McLean, Dean Anderson B111 O Brnen, and Larry Devlin 66 W -------------------------..------- 0 33 . . . ................................. 6 26 ..-----------..---------------- 21 7 --------------..-------------------- 0 20 ' ............................... 0 19 "'Abingdon .............................. 20 14 ' .....,................. .- ..... 20 7 ----..--------------------------..- 20 20 . ' ............................. 33 6 U - ' ' , M - v. .- B 4.4 if " is ECHCJES Honest Coach we were all home by 9 30 Glve that referee 1 seemg eye dog AIQXIS make that touchdown bpace up class' Bless hls llttle heart Shall we talk about the Senlor trlp? No M1ss Boley we dldn t leave out the bakmg powder How d I get roped lnto thls you cockroach? H ou can t blame It on me I got an al1b1 I don t know anythlng but I can learn You re all rlght Deadbeat Our stand IS out of coffee agaln Class' When you get ln an OfflC6 Your boss won t stand for that All mighty Semor I am a nmcompoopl Hold that llne boys' I m the Lemon Drop Kld I ll be Jlggered If that s the way you want lt that s the way lt ll be All rlght what s comlng off now? M1 m Yes ma m That s the cat s pajamas Wlll you please push your chalr up to the table when you leave study hall? bay Coach I don t smoke The bus IS commg' Oh do vve have to run four laps Coach? 69- ju I V , ,v l 0 . . qs c. . ., c c . , . Y X . , . . L, I . . , . 1 ,1 1 I , . . , , . , , . . . , . , . 1 ' , 1 . , . 'snr . , . . 1 - 1 , C . 2, 1 ' '4 I , . . 1 " . 1 ' 1 '1 c , . . , . , . 1.1 ff 1 L ' , Q 1 1 - C o C ,Y Y 6 , r. , , . Y 1 4 1 - BASKETBALL Shown exhubutung tlueur zone defense are the first five of thus years basketball team L R Davud Powell Jum Olun Duck Lafferty, Ivan Ray and Duck Staggs Varsuty Squad Puctured here un theur new warm up suuts 'ure the boys who made up the varsuty squad LR-Coach Sturm John McCouunell Don Gordon Dean Staley Ivan Ray Duck Lafferty Duck Staggs Duvud Powell and btanley Tyrrell George McConnell, Juum Olun, Mg! Irvun McLem and Assustant Coach Clark RECORDS OF SEASON'S GAMFS AND SCORES Luttle York 'ROVA Vuola Buggsvulle 'Abungdon Bardolph 'Rosevulle Stronghurst 'Aledo HfKnoxv1lle 'ROVA Kurkwood Avon Buggsvulle Stronghurst Rosevulle 'Abungdon Medua 'Rosevulle Avon 1'Aledo Revnolds 'Knoxville Vuola We They 'V Little Sux Games TOTAL WON 14 TOTAL LOST 12 Reserves These are the boys who wull be the varsuty luu years to come We wush them all the success un the world FRONT ROW Assustant Coach Clark Duvud Waught Oren Conn Roger Olson John Axcell Daryl Johnson Dudley Purlee und Coach Sturm BACK ROW Dean Hennenfent Jum Luggett John Sharer Donald Lovung Alan Johnson Jay Corbuuu Bull Patterson Jum Jones, John Elder Gary Loquust, Bull Laiferty, Jum Osborn Bull O Bruen, Larry Devlun and Mgr Irvun McLean 70 ' .,....,..... 61 38 ................... 77 63 ..--------------- 26 38 ' ' -------------- 73 38 ' ,,,,..,.,,.. ....... 3 3 30 ............ 54 34 ' ' ,,..,,,,..,... 82 60 ' ............... 44 47 ' ,,,...... .... 4 5 54 ' ..... -- ...... 63 51 ,,,--,-,------- 33 66 ' -----------....----- 56 77 Valley ,............. --- 49 42 Biggsville .............. 50 49 ' ,..........,.. 58 42 ' ............. 44 36 ,,,-,,,------ 52 59 -----..------ ------ 48 38 --,-,,-,--------- 43 54 -----------..----- 51 59 ' ,............ 54 90 , .............. 63 11 ---------------- 4l 47 ' ------------- 44 100 ' ....,......... 43 39 ' - ................. 33 45 GAO G in IBM?-Xfjf 49 H8895 XXX 'ha Gily LEX! LEX15 'LEXIS 44 'Y 4 KLEXINQY H., The Kmg and Queen of Sports In a general court assembly, a group of C A A actnvxtxes were presented pyramlds tumblmg mock B B games and three social dance demonstrations Prwes were awarded to gurls for outstanding sk1ll's for the year After the 1ousts and events were over, the lords md ladles oh the countree de cxded to honor the farr and brave Sportsmanshmp slnlls, and cooperatxon wlth people were the crxterxa used ln maklng the choxces Don Gordon and Carol Tlmber lake were proclalmed the Kmg and Queen of Sports for 1952 Fall Play Day In early October our G A A sportsmen planned a glla play day In our open court for out lvymg castles Woodhull. Llttle York Onexdl Cambrldge, New Wmd sor Aledo, Galesburg and Alevs There were 87 present The games makmg up the d ly were badmmton, soft ball, archery, volley balsl ping pong, and basketball Programs, score sheets, etc wure epared before hand Leaves from colored papers were used for prlzes Honor prlzes were glass leaf candy dlshes Later we Father Daughter Banquet In the sprmg the castles round table became a board of festlvlty All the fa thers of the sportsmen were sent mvntatmns to be present for 1 kmg s banquet The pralrne chxckens of the forest were served ln a deep ple wuth approprlate slde dnshes Slnce xt flell near February 14 we used the blrthday months of the year as our key but hearts bec :me the order of the evenmg Contests, g mmes, and dancmg became the order The oldest and youngest masters present became our sweethearts Mr Howard Moore Mr Dale Bates, md Mr Charles Mllner We departed company smgmg, Let He Call You Sweetheart Mother Daughter Sports Evenmg In our Alexls castle rotunda lll early November our sportsmen from the sur I'0l.1lldlllg area staged a bout for thexr mothers The mothers contested m Jousts, such as pmg pong volley ball badmmton, darts, shootmg for baskets, and shuffle board Queen honors were gxven for good sportsmanshxp High pomt honors went to Nlrs Helen Matteson Nlrs Gladys Haywood, and Nlrs Howard Nloore The hugh score honor went to Mrs Vala Shanks Each lady was presented wlth a frunt cake A llght lunch was served The countrymen chalrmen for 'the evenmg were Ruby Anderson and Pat McCorm1ck 73 iff V 1. - . I I- ' I v 1 ' ' 1 ' W V - ' - .- ' . I ' , 122 h 5, , I I C ' ' X : r I 1 I 3 1 . ' - L V , , . f. - 1 . A I ' r , u- . were invited to a Galsesburg gala winter festival and to New Windsor for spring. ' 4 "h.f I . A V , . . . - . . . , 1 1 1 . Y Q . I , 2- . ' z ' . '. , . ' 1 . ' - I . 1 .5 ll .K . , - . y y . l . . 5 I 4 1 Q u A n ' V Track Wuth the track season begunnung now, the boys who have reported to Coaches Sturm and Clark for practuce, are puctured here Front row DR Howard Hunderluter, Dav1d Waught, John McConnell, Dean Staley John Axcell Stanley Tyrrell, Duck Staggs Ivan Ray Davud Powell, Jum Olun, Don Gordon, Bob Staley and Daryl Johnson Second row Coach Sturm, Delane Johnson Jay Corbln B111 Patterson, Dudley Purlee Roger Olson,Oren Conn Jum Jones, John Sharer, 'md Assustant Coach Clark. Thurd row Larry Devluuu Bull O'Bruen Dean Anderson, Jlm Osborn, Alan Johnson, Gary Loquust Bull lafferty, John Elder, Donald Lovung, J1m Luggett, and Dean Hennenfent Cross Country Wuth every one on the team placung wuthun the furst eught, our cross country runners captured the luttle sux meet thus year Coach Sturm Bull Lafferty, Davud Waught David Powell, Duck Lafferty, Howard Hmderluter, and Assustant Coach Clark A Club The A Club consusts of boys who have won a maJor letter un any sport wluuch the school offers At the begunnung of the school year, an electuon was held un whuch Davud Powell was elected Presudent Don Gordon Vuce Presudent, Duck Laf ferty Secretary, and George McConnell Treasurer Front row-John McConnell, Daryl Johnson, John Axcelll Bob Staley Bull Lafferty Second row Ivan Ray Jum Olun Duck Lafferty Davud Powell Don Gordon, George McConnell and Duck Johnson Thurd row Coach Sturm Bob O Bruen, Gene Osborn, Stanley Tyrrell, Duck Staggs Dudley Purlee Dean Staley, Davud Waught, Howard Hunderluter and Assustant Coach Clark 74- . 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I I o . . .. . . . iillllllllllIlllllIllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIII MOOREYS GROCERY Alexis Illinols MEATS AND GROCERIES ICE CREAM BUSS CURLY lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllll Pats Body Shop KENNETH PATTERSON PROP ACETYLENE WELDING AND PAINTING Phone 39 Alexls Ill IllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll Roberts 8: Pearson Gram Co SEED FEED FERTLIZER CALL US BEFORE YOU SELL Phone 175 Alexis Ill 'IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIlllllllillllIllllIIlllllllllllIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll McVay Drug Store R H MCVAY PH G PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST LCH--I-HH--'H-I--IH---I--------S--H---I I -Established 1913- l lexis, lIIh1ois J YA I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIS-----SHIPS---SISH I - I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I S I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 Z 1 1 1 1 Z :E K 1 1 1 1 I X I 1 I 1 I 1 1 K E 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Q Z X Z 1 1 ll 1 1 I Il I 1 X 2 I 1 2 1 1 1 I I HIIHKIHIIIHHIZHH--111 L1 I I I I I I I I E I I I I I I I I 'll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I F VALUE WISE EeoNoM1zE Gram 81 Supply Co SHAPIRO S 371 West Mam St The Store For Men and Boys 87 North Slde of Square Monmouth Galesburg 1ll1no1s COMPLIMENTS GATEWAY -0 Paper and Supply Co VLIET S D X SBFVICG 81 Grocery SCHOOL PAPERS an Open Every Day EQUIPMENT 7 a m fo 9 P m 156 160 st Lawrence Ave JUNCTION 67 and 135 Belolt WIS -BE- E E 1 AT E 5 . f.. 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M- Southwest Side of Square IunmuuulullluummumIummllllummnlluunuluuImmlmlmmmuumulllll Geo C Edgar General Electric Appliances Hardware and PZIHIS North Henderson Ill H Lee Mead AGENT Insure to be Sure Fire Auto Inland Maine Hall on Growing Lrops Phone 2 161 Alexis Ill NllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllIllllllllllllIIllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HEART S- POR YOL R HEART S DESIRE 'W XTCHES I3 1 I-Ia 1lltO Elgm Gruen Crosby DIAMONDS Q Q ee STERLINIG XX e 1 Da I Rogers NA H 1 I lu el W ght Red Xvlllg' I o e Cl HSTAL-Le d Erlck on Monogram e R B es The B de H s SVh spe ed 310 E Nlfun St HEART S JEWELERS Galesbulg Ill I I . . , . . , 66 99 . . . . . ,, - - . - --- .F , I . I 1 V W ! 1 1 4 I 0 I 0 'f - - ll ova, 11' 11, il , , . 1 ff 'olnmbia, Feature Lock. u n Size. SILVEII-YIIOHIHIUIIIIY, Holmes 8: Edwards, Rogers 1847. 1 -- fatson. Sw d'Sh, 11is1, . -CHI -- nv? am , I sr 'rl ., ' , I p . I ' er am, ' S , . --'Fr c egistry for rid -- " ri a i r "Q- " ' , 1 . u .L C Q , i1IIHII-----DHH---HS-P-----I-I-----I---H' BEST WISHES QBJIIKGJIK SHED L1-------------------------R ------ ------------III---K -H-------------H---------- --H-----HH-HH-H-----I-HH-K fo the Q CHINA SENIOR CLASS ' CRYSTAL UF 52 Q PAPER Card Party Accessorles W Dale Porter s Jack Sprat Food Store EDNA MOORE AIQXIS Illmols Alexls Illlnols lunlmmuumumnnummnmmlmuuu1umnummumummummmmnnmmmm COMPLIMENTS HIWAY LUNCH Mrs Paul Lutz Prop BQ!-IAN On Hlghway 67 North of Vlola Home Made Ples Steaks Home Made Chllx Open from6a m 12p m A Good Place to Eat a Home Cooked Sunday Dmner AIGXIS Illmols PHONE 2 79 VIOLA ILL IIISHS-S111-HS-IHI-iIHHIHI-I-DHHS--Il ' , E -unn- -: -0f- JCDMIXI Q - NM. DN - , . E J Russ Waddel s Servme 115 North lst Street Monmouth Illmols 24 HOUR SERVICE COMPI P PE GARAGE AND WRECKER SERVICE IIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' ALWAYS GREATER VALUES X ,K DEPARTMENT srons GALESBURG ILLINOIS lllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' LOTS OF LUCK TO ALL 1952 GRADUATES' ' TED GROTHE Custom Fitted Shoes 140 East Mann St Calesburg Illmols I:mlImmunImmnemnlIllluuunluulIIl1nimlmunumnunmlmumumlnuuuuul Jack s Supply Store North Side of Square Galesburg Illmols I Natlonally Advertlsed Work Clothes Shoes Hardware Tools COL R'1 EOLS SERVICE ALWAYS- I 0 . . 9 ,,AE , ..- wr, , I W w J J ' , f WL., J 7 L f fi.. , 5 "' e,NfX 1 ' S N?4,s.,,l v ... . . 0 . , 1 . . . i 1 . . 4 7 1 3 T 1 T V ' 4 1 I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I S I I I I I TS COMPLIMEN - f.. 1VIcFar-1and's Iunlwe ALEXIS ILLIINOI -!-I--u -II--H -I--lu I!---J G -I-lg I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ll!!! CU O Z 'U T' 3 F11 Z 'H cn Swope Fuel 8z Feed AIGXIS Illmols KENI' AND SVVIFT FFEDS- IlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllIllllllllllllllilllllllllllIIlIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli COM F"L.l Nl E NTS Hlexander Lumber Co Best of Izverythlng for the Builder Cliff Cahoon Mgr K' I I I I I I I I E I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I l I Thompson Motor Sales H G Thompson 'Vlgr Don H Armstrong Serw1ceMgr MONNIOU FH II I INOIS Illllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllll lllliillllllllllll I lllll lllllllllllllllllllillilllllll THE FASHION SHCP LADIES READY TO WEAR 115 South Flrst Street Monmouth Ill Phone 377 2 .1..T.-l.- T- .--. f -,..,, ,, 4 V -Of- I L4 ' ' ' 1! , . Alexis, Illinois -tof- v w W ' . n , 1 0 44 0 , f I 1 , 1 , 7 ' ' J. , J J . n g I I ll I i-.. .. 1 , - - 1 .-...1 9 ' F A! P-SS--I-I-KI-HI-I-I--I-SHI--I--I-----q RAY ANDERSON BARNES BROS F I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Cleaners- SUPER MARKET Phone 4325 380 E Fremont Street Galesburg Illmons FREE UP N Mall! St AND DELIVERY Monmouth Tuesday and Friday APPROVED SANITONE SERVICE Free Parkmg McCrery Drug Store J W Peafsgnslson Davld R McCrery R Ph ILGGAGE LEATHER GOODS Phone 62 HARNESS Monmouth SHOES Phone 1147 The Prescrlptlon Store 92 North S1de of Square Monmouth . E ' . E ' E . Q., in .TY ,.. if E - - E .1 PIII-HHS-SSH-HI1111111-HH-IH--IH-I--I-I1 CCJMPLIMENTS -of- RUTH PURCELL, Inc. Ladies Ready-to-Wear - Millinery Custom Jewelry - Lingerie Rock Island, Illinois lllllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllI HOARD IEWELERS WATCHES DIAMOND REPAIRING 304 Twentieth St Rock Island Ill llllllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllIIllIIIllIllIllIlllllllllllIllllIIllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI FEATURING AMERICA S FINEST LINES -0 QUALITY MFRCHANDISE CONNORS .TEVVELERS 1719 Second Ave Rock Island Ill lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lllllllIllIillIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll STAN STONE S HARRIS MUSIC HOUSE Complete Library of Classical Standard and Popular MUSIC of All Publishers For All Instruments ACCGSSOFICS Instruments Records 310 20th St Rock Island Ill Phone 8 2117 bllllillllllllllllhllllilllllillhllllllld IE? , I 1 I.-'Q , I 1 1 ! -f---"Everytl1ing For The Musicianwk 0, , 0 l ' SIS-HHH------I--IlHH----HH-- --I--H-H-HH-H-I---1111111111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' : : . 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I O O FH-SHCI--I--I-1111-HH-I----H--I-I----H1 VICLA MAID-RITE Potter's Restaurant I Maid-Rite and Sandwiches I Short Orders - Candy - Tobacco Route 67 - Viola I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllll COMPLIMENTS Crummy Funeral Home AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone Vlola 86 Reynolds 35 Band Box Music Shop ANOQNUQNQANQNN NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS 1504 15th St Mollne 2949 18th St Rock Island f.. -QEXPERT REPAIR- plnlnlnnnnnnninnlnlnlillnnnlllnl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I LlIIl-Illnlnnnnlinnnn-Ilnnlnnul-l Blankenberg Stud1os Kankakee, Illnnols 'A' We have made Photographs for MEMOIRS smce 1tS first lssue and are proud to have a share lt ltS productlon I . ., JYIXIYXUTIIIZZZUZ zwwrsazsssss: IZIZZISZZZISZIZZ' . 7 0 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I nl pl--I-l-Illll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ln-I---I-u--l Norr1s Gff1C9 Eqmpment Everythmg For the Offlce ALSO SCHOOL SUPPLIES IVIONTVIOUTH ILLINOIS IllIlllulllmulllllulllllllllullmlmlumImllllllmllllllllllllllllllllllulllllllululllllllll GOOD LUCK CARDINALS' NEVVBURY'S FOR MEN LADTOWN FOR BOYS VIOWIMOUTH ILLINOIS lllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll ENJOY MAPLE CITY DAIRY NNUKNUINUINIOM Monmouth Ill Phone 60 llllmnuuuIlm:lmuuluulImumumlmislumuunmmlmmllumulmlluuumnI Barrows Addl m 11 e a Co WIONMOUTII ILLINOIS Dependable Transportatlon Servlce Smce 1913 Chew rolet Oldsmoblle Cadlllac Les Enderlm Salesman -MILK - ICE CREAM - BUTTER- FBHHZIHSHESQIIHKH 11321111--H11 H-111121 BDWLBY S When In Monmouth FISH-I---H111IHH1111-S1121-WSHIHIIIHIQHIHIHIISIIIISHIH 'JSHSSHSSHHHHEI-2111221111311 HIGH--SSB-I 1211111112111-I - Muslc House 1SHOP AT-1 -SI NCE 1877i MUS1C3lIHStfUCtlOH Clark 85 MCNQII Musxcal Merchandlse Grocery Admlral Magnavox and Sylvanla TELEVIAION 1623 Cecond Ave Phone 6 5489 Rock Island Phone 59 llllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIllIll!llllllllllllIlIIII!lllllIllillllIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIHIIII Congratulations A s K F o R to the STR AND s Class Of 52 BETTER BREAD FRESH Mrs E598 Ulm AT YOUR GROCERY ------i--ll-I--!----I-a----In-milf ES 1 5 . E .1 A E t E 108 South HA" sr. E E , 1 E 9 ' 'IIHSHn-If---H11H-!-i--I-lu--Q--H----1 The Jewel Shop r!!!!!! !!!!! 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S U I I D I : . I 1 U - DC E I - U 3 -1- --L I U l I - - I - 1 U U U l Q : 1 ' 1 ' I I U I O I I . . . 9 .L'Z7ICI1ZlKC : ..,........ ! s 4 9 9 . -----------DJ Commercnal Photography Weddlngs Class Portralts Banquets Fer-m Mustard DISIIHCIIVC Portralts 106 Fast Mam Sl Galesburg Ill Phone 6523 6 CGNIPLINIENTS Be Lov Lee Beauty Shop Mxcky Johnson Phone 210 Alexls Ill I RIGID SPOTTED POLAND CHINA HOGS BOARS AND GILTS 'Ihe Kmd 'lhlt s Ple xsmg to the Pye FRANK D GREENWOOD Alexls IIIIHOIS l COMPLIMENTS Vernon s Servlce Stahon U S Hlghway 67 AIGXIS Illmols I ln L ' .e-- , . -- - f- u ' , 99 i.- L', ' "I-'rom Long Tested Herclse- ' ' ' . v f ' 1 , 77 L 1 K, A ' J ' 0 4 L - 4 ? , . -ofm 3 0 . 0 . . 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I or G ' Pfister Hybrids I Ph 2032 BEST WISH ES gllihllll-l-l Iiilliililllhl I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I E I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I hi! -IIIIIII IIIIIIIIII-l --To The- CLASS OF '52 From LAUNDERETTE in Mwwwih IlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllll Engdahl Implement Store Your Internatlonal Harvester Dealer Phone 139 Monmouth Ill 2 'T 2 E 3 T' li 2 3 2 I 1 2 5- 3?- Kelvmator bpeed Queen Un1versalAppl1ances VUUSQNIANVINVIN Phone 37 Aledo Ill Economy Shoe Store Your Shoe Store Phone 5258-9 Ch ld Mann 81 Prame Street Galesburg Ill m , . - u 1 1 ' 0 -- , . 66 91 M9 ' Go d XVOIHCII . . . Shoes i ren's For Shoes , . Legs Ba11ey 8: Rohr' Bulk Plant Phone 186 or 64 ALEXIS ILLINOIS glllllininnnl I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ln--I!!! --ln Prompt Courteous Dependable Service Domestic and Rural ELDER PRCDUCE John Elder Mgr RED COMB 81 SARGENT Chicken Hogs and Cattle F EEDS- FRED M CASH Alexis Ill1I10lS GROCERY 81 LOCKER PLANT The Home of Good Foods lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllillllllllllllllI McKn1ght 1VIemor1al Home Alexls Illinois 82 Years of Service IH This Community PHONE 3-45 Phone 2-40 - Alexis, Illinois 11111-1--H--HHH-I111111--SH-ISHS------H1 GLEN E WILSCN ewelw NICNMOUTH ILLINOIS llllllll IllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI Olson Apphance Co Skelgas Sales and Serv1ce- Pho e 1988 1235 East Broadw ay Mo mouth Ill Illllllll lllllllllllll IIIIII I Illl llll llllll llll ll llllllll llllllll ll ll I I IIIIII COMPLIMENTS BARBER SHOP and BILLIARD HALL Alexls Illmols READ The Monmouth REVIEW Htlas F r AIBXIS News Every Day I . 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