Annawan High School - Tom Tom Echoes Yearbook (Annawan, IL)

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VG. cm- 1:1 I ANNAWAN HIGH SCHOOL The 1950 TOM TCM ECHCES l'11blisbed by THE SENICR CLASS of ANNAXYAN IIICIII SCHOOL ,A XNNfxu'.xx, ILLINUIN BOARD OF EDUCATION Karl Kipp President Henry Nowers Secretary Ralph Osborn Superintendent Mell Powell Oscar Monson Arthur Zinser James Machesney Albert Pritchard Q alll! Mr. Ehrig--Head Teacher Administration Elsie Powell Ralph A. Osborn Secretary Superintendent mi' f-. L . J' .x, Q.. 3' Wg, we - 1' -A'-hiv ' '. N. ' v v . 6 ' -A .N - -gf: 13- -. --.2 .L- 'Q-f -iq, Qu ? ia i iuzxl 4 4 x A. ' ' 1 1 1 w '4 1 4 ' LN-.M ' 5, 9 er' 1 f . L .:1 f '."E L5i.4l'f ,Ah 1 I 2.315 '.'3"f'?"A! ".w:f.fa, ., ,Vu ,L ',--give-wl '3 Hy -1- .- - ,Qi W: r-'fa -ji - 1' R' 'T ' ff' ,-"Ap, 'Aus if - 5 4, '. v nzzf- 3 fi' , 1- 1 -vin' T H12-La. 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Snap Shots ,v... .lfz1llKIt2Cl' ..T.. ...uihlnrilyn Dehlink .e..,,lJonna Price .,,,...lhl2lI'lCI1C Gripp ,,.i,.cl1ll'0l Nowcrs ........,e,.l,ois liarley Geraldine lfronlc ..,,,VLeslie Stockton .,e..,l5etty Decker Lucille ,Iacohs ..e,.,.,I?onna Dynes Betty Thompson lflaine Yan llyfte .....i..i,,-,Sl1ii'ley Shaw Charlotte Greenwood . .v...ee.., Bud Brown Shirley Clemenrz Ralph Vande Voorde Vernon Blackert john Gripp Vllird johnson ...,..i..Gl'CfCl1Cl1 johnson Rose Marie XYnncket THI IT Nowmms, Secretary gi -- Hes av Kaur. P. xilPlJ,.P1'ESid6'i1,f f DXSTRXCT 226 "4 f"f DLHCDCL f RALPH A. OSBORN, S'upc'ri'me:zdcut PsSsmx'a:s, h,r,vsors A- ,Ls 16, X950 Nfay Dear Students, Faculty, and Friernals, 'Yhfs vohuue fs fntended to give some fnterestfng, and exact pictures of Prnnavvaus schoof hfe. NN'e have spent many hours of hard work and hope they have not been fn vafn. THXS XS YU So you are the fudgef XN7e, the Staff, apprecfate the efforts and contrfhutfons of those who have hefped to make thfs HT om Torn Echoes" a suc- cess. NVe sfncerefy hope you ffnd as much enjoyment hehfnd fts cover as we have had fn makfng ft. Yet, we beheve we vvfh , enjoy it even more fn the future because of the fond rnemorfes ft recahs. 'can these pages, pfease excuse any errors, if such ' tfonaf and have no personaf reference As you s ot xnten T e be, they are n to anyone. OUR BY5'Yf 'YHXS XS X Sincerely yours, -ju gag ther NJ ....-1' u w wus MI, MPM N ,,,, A- V.-5 .-M+..-.....-. L-,fglwriqi . ll,,,r'A - 1 . ' 1. 1, 0 J , , , , ' : 'N I' -, A V W V .I A A V' ,-+ -' , Q. v I1 - N' .i I W W li E Q o 'N ' 'i, ,N I Q I 1 'E 4 r 1 I 'Z , . in '.4 I .Ax v 't A,. i ' 1 . L 2 I a .' I 4' ., 5 . b I 'I , 'r 1 1 J . ' 1 I , + a 1 1 . 7 1 'x 'su A' Q if , , , A . Q-" I . J : J F , ,arxw ,ky A L 'v f L., , , 51 ..g,: ' , mg.- . , , V , Y - f L -. .F .M .. 1.1.7- I L I Ay? 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Marquette Univer- sity, Milwaukee, IVis. Lois M. Allen Iinglish and Dramatics. WM ., Betty Ann Ohlmacher Home Economics and Dean of Girls. B.S. Northern Illinois State Teachers College, DeKalb, III. tale in jay C. amiga.. Science and Biology. UC Hamm Coach, Boys' P. E. and History. B.S. IVestern Illinois State College, Macomb, III. swf Io Ramah Peek '-Qi, fit Commerce and Girls' P. B.S. IVestern State Col- B.S. XVestern Illinois State lege, Macomb, Ill. College. Macomb, III. G. Thomas Rainey Vocational Agri- culture. B.S. University 1 Illinois, Cham- paign, Ill. Neil Ii. I-Ioover Industrial Arts and Grade P. IC. H.S. XVestern Illi- nois State College, Macomb, Ill. Alice M. Roberts Art and Voice Illinois State Nor- mal University, Normal, Ill. B.S. Northeast Mo. S.T.C. Kirksville, Mo. QJN, 41,113 Ben Vitro Band BA. Roosevelt fCentraI YJ Col- lege. MA. North western Univer- sity, Chicago, Ill. v-wif F5 1' . 'Tl' I- 'I "III S: , I I f li V 'In 'I . I ,:' I II. 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I II I3 I '.I ,I' ,ix ,I III .I X a 5 I ' A I . I I I I III I-Ig I- I f I I' I' I III I 22 23? IB I9 20 25 265 SENICR CLASS OFFICERS President . . . . . . . . . .Ward Johnson Vice-President. . . .Les Stockton Secretary . . . . . Lois Larley Treasurer . . . .Lucille Jacobs Sponsor . . .... Mr Ehrig Forward CLASS FLOWER White Rose CLASS MOTTO everg Baokwar CLASS COLORS White and Gold d never ,J . l - SENIOR CLASS HISTORY ale September 3, 1946, twenty-four very "green" and inexperienced students began their freshman year at Annawan High with Pauline Swirmicky as our sponsor. XVe'll probably never forget our so-called first party given by the sophomores. Yes, it was our initiation. Pajamas, green ribbons, bare feet, nightcaps and make-up and curlers so generously supplied by the sophomores made us really feel "dressed-up." March I7 we acted as host and hostess to a roller skating party at Kewanee, and in May we introduced the freshmen of '47 to the high school. XVe finished the year with 22 members as lilsie Schouteet left us during the year. The class officers who piloted us through the year were: President, Shirley Shawg Vice- President, Carol Nowers, Secretary, XVard johnsong Treasurer, Gretchen johnson, and Student Council Representative, Shirley Shaw. Again in 1947 we enrolled on September 3 but as sophomores instead of freshmen. Audrene Swearingen, Patty Marsh, and Richard Vandemore, did not return with us but by the transfers from Hooppole our enrollment of 26 gave us the honor of being the largest class in school. Our Hooppole students were: Donna Price, Marilyn Ifehlman, Avis Greenwood, Vernon Blackert, Charlotte Greenwood, and Leslie Stockton. This year we gave the initiation, and was it fun! On lfebruary 10 we sponsored a successful bake sale and saved the money for our junior year to be used for the junior-Senior Prom. Those who guided us through our "sillv" sophomore year were: President, Shirley Shaw, Vice-President, Marilyn DeMinkg Secretary, XVard johnson, Treasurer, lilaine Van Hyfteg Class Reporter, Donna Price, Student Council Representatives, Shirley Shaw and Gretchen johnson, and Sponsor, Mr. Alfred lihrig. September 3 seemed to be our lucky date so we started our 1948 "jolly" junior year on September 3. By the loss of Alice XVhittington and Bonnie Nannaga our class was reduced to 24. Miss Betty Ohlmacher was our Sponsor, lilaine Van Hyfte, Presidentg Donna Price, Vice-Presidentg Carol Nowers, Secretary, Marlene Gripp, Treasurer, and XVard johnson and Elaine Van Hyfte, Student Council Representatives. Our big events of the year were our class play, "lVe Shook the Family Tree," and our junior-Senior Prom. Twenty-two, would'be, "sophisticated" seniors entered A.H.S. on August 29, I949. Avis Greenwood became Mrs. Paul Rose during the past summer and Shirley Clementz moved to Galva. During the first semester Marilyn Fehlman left school and beginning the second semester Shirley Clementz rejoined us, leaving our class with the enrollment of 22. Under the able leadership of our officers and sponsor our senior year has been marked with many outstanding events. XfVe chose as our motto: "Forward Everg Backward Never", as our class colors: white and goldg and as our class flower, the white rose. One of our first projects was entering our float, "The Braves," in the Homecoming Parade. September 15 was a great dav for us when Mr. Paul took our senior pictures and when our sponsor, Mr. lihrig, took our orders for graduation invitations and name cards we began to have some hope of graduating. Our play, "Inner XVillie," produced Linder the able direction of Mrs. Allen, was given April YI The production of the Annual, under the efficient direction of Mrs. Ramah Peek and the hard work and leadership of our editor, Marilyn DeMink, assistant editor, Donna Price, and our business managers, Marlene Gripp and Carol Nowers, has been a huge undertaking for us and we hope a success. On May 20 we took a 24-hour trip to St. Louis. Mr. Osborn. Mr. Lfhrig, Mr. Hamm, Mr. Bridges, and Mr. lCdwin liarley were our chaperones. VVe termi- nated our high school days with Baccalaureate Services and Commencement and move on- leaving our vacancy to be filled by the '50 juniors. Happy going, juniors! VVard johnson Lucille Jacobs Student Council 33 Class President 43 Class Secretary 1, 3g Annual Staff 4g Review Reporter 43 F.FA. 23 Glee Club 23 Band I, 2, 33 Class Play 43 Lettermeifs Club 1, 2, 3, -I3 Basketball I, Z, 3g Football I, 2, 53 Track I, 2, 33 Captain 3. Class Treasurer 43 Annual Artist 43 Review Reporter 43 I-'.H.A. I, 2, 33 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 33 Librarian I, Z3 Student Play Director 43 G.A.A. Camp 2. elf Shirley Clementz Galva lst semester 43 Class Vice- Presidcnt 43 Annual Staff 43 Rc- view Reporter 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 23 Librarian 33 Var- iety Night 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3. ,la Lois Earley Leslie Stockton Class Secretary 43 Annual Staff 43 Review Reporter 2, 43 F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Librarian 2, 3, 4. Hooppole I3 Class Vice-President 1, 43 Annual Staff 43 F.F.A. 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3, 43 Librarian 43 Class Play 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 43 Basketball 1, 3, 43 Football 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. Convention 3, 43 Softball I3 Baseball 4. q? . , 'X ,. , 1 L'-. Qpfiffrrw' X T Q 4 '1,ilxbl I u 1 , H 4 ra n 1:4 - - qi 11' . .' , . I , ' 'V' i"A' I f v ' N A f U,-4 . .,,. - X lvfg, i- x I ., , .JUN 'yi 4 I' s X . 1., , , ' " " ff 1- ' Q "V-'.,5 ,- Q ,wa 1' 5: Y! 'N ,lx 4 X - ,. H. km. , V KAVN T562 ' 'It V' w. - .h '-.-- lx , M 'T -. 3 9 ' aJ4..'-' r, f L-. 47 ' Weil' Place: St. Louis, A Class Reunion Time: 1960 Ten years have elapsed since the twenty-two sophisticated Seniors of 1950 graduatel from the halls of Annawan High. Here we are again, all together for the first time since that eventful date. XYhile resting in Forrest Park Cwe aren't as young as we used to bei we began, one at a time. to relate a few of the many things that have happened to us since we were last together. Donna Price is now chief bookkeeper and private secretary to her husband, manager of l". C. Dewey lilevator at Mineral. ln her spare time she gives dancing lessons at "Prokup's Modern Dancing School." Charlotte Greenwood has moved from the farm to the big city of Kcwanee. She was well on her way to a singing career on the radio, but sacrificed this career to become a house- wife. She and her husband have recently opened a restaurant, "Kirk's Kitchen." Geraldine l-'ronk and Lucille jacobs have been hired as chief cook and dishwasher, but from the looks of their third fingers, left hand, they won't be there long. Lucille and Geraldine are also owners of the modern Dilly Dally Hotel in Annawan. Gretchen johnson, now a Power's Model, has just made her debut as a cover girl on the "Look Out" Magazine. This magazine is owned and published by none other than our old classmate, Ralph Vande Voorde. Ralph has been campaigning for the position of Governor of New York. Betty Decker has just returned from a tour of liurope. She became a millionaire on this tour by selling portrait paintings of her classmates of 1950. "You smile, not frown" when dancing to the music of Bud Brown. Bud and his band, now touring the United States, scheduled his tour so that he would be in St. Louis for this reun- ion, He is now playing at the La Plaza Hotel in down town St. Louis. lilaine Van Hyfrc is the pianist with Bud's Band, but her husband is giving her quite a bit of competition in the saxophone section. They are t1'aining the twins, junior and lClaine, to continue their work when they retire. Shirley Shaw, who is now married, is living on a 6,000 acre ranch in Arizona. Shirley' and Vernon raise Palimino horses as a hobby. They had no trouble in cruising to St. Louis from Arizona in three hours with their new jet controlled 1960 Buick. Marlene Gripp is now living in Puerto Rico. Her husband owns a sugar plantation there. ln her spare time. Marlene teaches the native children about American ways. She holds her classes in the west wing of her mansion. VVard johnson didn't know if he could make it to our reunion or not, but at the last minute his business appointment was cancelled, so he jumped into his latest invention, an "atomic vapor speedsteru and-zoom-here he is! For thrills and spills visit "NVardalines' Speedwayu in Miami, Florida. Lois liarley and lidwin have had a busy time today. Between the quads, john, jim, joe and jerry, and the twins, judy and janet, she hasn't had much time to visit. She has decided to leave the "kids" down on the farm in Indiana for our 1970 reunion. Les Stockton didn't have U10 far to come for our reunion' today. He has been visiting relatives here in Missouri. That "sweet little chile" at his side looks like the future Mrs. Stockton. The committee for notifying all the 1950 Seniors of Annawan about this reunion had a hard time locating Rose XVancket. She and her "very new husband" were on their honeymoon in Canada, but were finally tracked down by our detective Tick Dracy. Carol Nowers seems to have been living a most fascinating life since her graduation. She and her husband, Dean, left in the spring of '52 for a round the world trip. They have been back in the states for just six months. Today, they have been entertaining us with movies that they made in the various countries which they visited. A lot of the girls here today are wearing clothes that Donna Dynes has just imported from Paris, France. She is head buyer of women's apparel for Macy's Department Store in New York. Shirley Clementz, owner of "Clem's Dude Ranch" in Texas, had a distinguished guest at her ranch last week. Roy Rogers came all the way from Hollywood, California, to buy one of her horses. She and Bud came here dude style, but brought their favorite horses along in a trailer. This evening we are all going to take a cruise on "Bet and Bobs' floating night club. Betty Thompson and her husband contract only the best bands to plav on their boat. They travel with the weather so that they can always have dancing on deck. Vernon Blackert has enlisted his veterinarian services to the Brookfield Zoo. He has adopted a "Panda" as a family pet. He brought it with him today and it is entertaining the liarlev children. Marilyn DeMink and Cliff stopped here for the reunion on their way from Santa Anna, California, to New York, where Marilyn plans to enter the Mrs. America contest as Cali- fornia's representative. She is the only red-head entered. Shirley Shaw is going to take Marilyn's daughter back to Arizona with her while Marilyn is in New York. None of us is worrying about eating too much today and getting sick, because Dr. john Gripp is here to take care of us. He drove up an hour ago in his shiny new Cadillac. He is going to hang up his shingle in New Orleans next week. Vernon Blackert Betty Decker Hooppolc 1, Annual Staff 4, F. l". A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Class Play 3, Lctteriiieifs Club 1, Bas- ketball 1, 3, Track 1, 3, Baseball 4, l".l".A. Delegate at Champaign 4, Delialb Agriculture Award -P Review and Annual Artist 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1. Donna jean Price Rose Marie XVaneket I-luoppule l, Student Council 1, J, Annual Staff 4, Review Staff Re- Seeretary 4, Class President l, Class porter 3, F-H-fx 1. 3. 3, 43 G-A-:Y Yiee-President 3, Annual Staff, 1, 3, 3. 4: Glee Club l. 3: Baird Assistant liditor 4, Review Staff, 2, 3, 43 Class Play, Sflldcllf Di1'CCU'f Reporter 1, 2, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, 3- Seeretary 2, Class Play l, 3 4' Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4. Geraldine Fronk Richard Brown Annual Staff 4, Review Staff R:- porter 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee- Club I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary I, G.A.A. Health Chairman 4, Librarian 4, Class Play 4. Annual Staff 4, Review Staff Re- porter 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Plas 3, 4, Lettermeifs Club 2, 3, Basket- ball I, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3. V SE IOR CLASS POE1 du 11 'Twas on the 30th of August in '46 That our class of "sophistication," lVe, the class of '50, Started our high school education. NVe've worked and we've played These last four years, And all of it has brought us Some joys-some tears. lt soon will be over, Ah! Graduation at last! My but it seems These years have gone fast. But let us record right here, A few treasured recollections So that all will be remembered XVhen we're scattered in all directions. Gretchen, a model want to be, Think she'll make it? VVait and see. Charlotte Greenwood sure can sing, Some of us think she's a female Bing. Bud Brown is our "iive" hound, Give him a eornet and hear the sound. Marlene Gripp's our fashion queen, ln the latest models she's always seen. Geraldine Fronk may be small, But l'll tell you gang, she's on the ball. Lucille jacobs, this year, took charge of our dough. XVe'll come out in the clear, she's hoping so. Donna Price with her smile so bright, Always makes things come out right. A pencil john Gripp does not own, Do you have one that you can loan? Betty Thompson loves to square dance, XVhcn she hears Tom Owens, she gets her chance. Donna llynes doesn't worry about a thing. But to her, happiness, the world will bring. Although Lois lCarley's temper is hot, She has a smile not easily forgot. Vernon Blacltert, "Red" to you His very best, he tries to do. Carol Nowers is a blue-eyed blonde, Of her, the whole Senior Class is fond. lletty Decker, so shy and sweet, lfor a good helper she can't be beat. Shirley Clementz has a sweet disposition. To our class she was a welcome addition. Shirley Shau, eo-editor of the Review, Always has plenty of work to do. Marilyn Deulinlt so dependable and spry, To do her best she'll always try. Elaine Van Hyfte. a cute little lass, All her subjects she tries to pass. Rose XVancl4et is really a swinging Salg Nell always remember our dancing gal. , Hard johnson's aspiration is not to study law. He'll make the best mechanic that you ever A saw. Leslie Stockton's a modern farmer, And the girls think he's quite a eharmer. Ralph Vande Voorde, the last Senior boy in the rhyme, Always seems to be having a very good time. Now we go on down the lane of time. And no matter what we do lfach time we read this little poem, Classmates, we'll think of you. ohn Gripp V 0 Elaine Van Hyfte Annual Staff 4, Review Reporter -lg Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Boys' State 3. Gretchen johnson Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 3 President 4g Class President 3 Treasurer 2, Annual Staff 4, Re- view Reporter 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4 President 4, Secretary 3, G.A.A 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Band 2, 3, 4 Librarian Ig Class Play 3, 4, Cheer- leader I, 2, 3. Student Council 2, 4, Treasurer gl Class Treasurer lg Annual Staff ig Review Reporter 4g lf.H.A. l, 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Parliamen- tarian 3g G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4. Vice- President 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Librarian 1, lg Class Play 3, Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Camp 2. Betty Thompson Ralph Vande Voorde Annual Staff 4g Review Reporter Annual Staff 4, Review Reporter 4g I-'.H.A. 2, 3, 41 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, -ig 4, l".F.A. lg Glee Club 2: Class Glee Club I, lg I3and 2, 3, 4g G. A. Play 3, 4g Lettermen's Club 1, 2, ' A. Camp 1. 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 3 W I-ff-!u3Q ., ' I 'Qgz 0 -4 , . 8 Le: ,sry A , ii , In ,1 .Y - wi " .if Ti l1a..di CLASS WILL XVe, the Seniors of '-19950, after much con- sideration, declare this our last will and testa- ment in which we bequeath some of our traits and personal belongings to the under- classmen. I, MARLICNE GRIPP, Ieavc my quietness and good behavior to Don Bradley. Put it to use soon, Don. I, IVARD JOHNSON, leave my air of cas- ualness to Donna Clementz. It often helps. I, JOHN GRIPP, will my ability of persist- ing to ask questions in class to Mary Ann Goodwin. Don't ask too many, Mary. I, LICS STOCKTON, leave my easy going Missourian ways to Micky Ufheil. Easy docs it, Mick. I, MARILYN DEMINK, leave my quick trips up-town to Shirley Polson. Hope you get a ride back. I, ROSIC XVANCKICT, leave my ability to have parties to Phyllis De Splinter. I, DONNA DYNIQS, leave mv homemaking adaptness and all my empty lipstick tubes' IFJ to Dorothy De Splinter. I, BUD BROXVN, leave my singing ability' and my good looks to Keith Spears. I, LUCILLLZ JACOBS, leave my toothachcs and working ability to Barbara Nicely. I, BIi'I"l'Y DICCKICR, leave my capableness to keep one boy-friend and my art ability' to Mary Ann Gripp. I, VICRNON BLACKILRT, leave my letter writing in school to Rodney Zinser. I, SHIRLICY CLICMENTZ, leave my person- ality plus to Frank Iiilers and Dave Mar- chand. I, CAROL NOYVIQRS, will my vim, vigor, and vitality in gym class to Margaret Browning. I, IELAINIC VAN HYI"'I'li, bequeath mv bright blouses and my naturally dark eve- brows to Sue Nelson. Saves buying mas- cara, Sue. I, RALPH VANDE VOORDIC, leave mv superb knowledge of everything to Har- old Pritchard. I, DONNA PRICIC, leave my smiles and ef' ficiency to Ronald Oleson. I, BLf'I"I'Y THOMPSON, leave my ability to get along with teachers and my long blonde hair to Jennet Van Hyfte. I GIiRAI,DINL1I"RONK, leave my ability' to play volley ball to Bob Nowers. Have fun Bobl I, SHIRLICY SHAXV, give to Barbara Moon my "oh so neat" notebook and my self control. I, GRICTCHEN JOHNSON, present to any girl in the'Junior class my old black moc- casins and to Micky Ufheil my varied col- lection of sweaters. I, LOIS M. ICARLICY, leave my quick tem- per Iand good riddancel also my bad- minton ability to Donna Clementz. I, CHARLOTTIC GRICICNXVOOD, leave mv ever ready ability to laugh and my verv excellent table tennis playing to Jennet Van Hyfte. XVE, THIC SICNIOR HISTORY CLASS, leave our books and good IPI grades to all the juniors. You still won't have time to loaf. Donna Mae Dynes Marlene Cvripp Annual Staff 4, Review Staff 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Librarian 4. Class Treasurer 3, Annual Business Manager 4, Review Reporter 1, G.A.A. I, 2, 4, Secretary 4, Glec Club I, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Li- brarian 2, 3, Class Play 4. Marilyn DeMink Carol Nowers Class Vice-President 2, Annual Ed- itor 4, Review Reporter 2, Co- Llditor 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Band 3, 4, Librarian 3, Class Play 3. Class Vice-President 1, Class See- retary 3, Annual Assistant Business Manager 4, Review Reporter 1, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, See' retary 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian Class Play 3, 4, D.A.R. 4, G. A. A. Camp 1. Charlotte Greenwood Shirley Shaw Hooppole I, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Cheerleader 1. Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 2, Treasurer 2, Class President l, 2, Annual Staff 4, Review Reporter 3 Co-lfditor 4, lf.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I, Reporter 4, G.A.A 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Band 1 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Class Play 3, 4, Girls' State 3. a -1 Ai ' Q lf'WWf4- M ,D , H, MAA ,MM .1 35, , N. Hx ,I ,X 0 , ' .3 . Li ,PX li? W X 1 fan John GPiPP Lois Earle? Shirley Clementz sp fl' L. ,hr H Gretchen Johnson Charlotte Greenwood Bud Brown I' f sv-33 Qi x - e M Les Stockton ShiP19Y Shaw Carol NOWGPS iff, Geraldine F1-Unk Marilyn DeMif1k Elaine Van Hyfte Rose Wancket Marlene Gripp Donna Dynes L- e RP ., F al - . . 1 , ,PLEIF A - - 1 ' ' , . 1 , ' , L . , L' 0 ' g- .J -4 W mimi' ' Betty Thompson Lucille Jacobs Betty Decker Donna Price vi is 'wif , ' , ,- ., , , :?f'K,- 2, N at . -' ,gfi:,: -1 ' Q ' ' N w Azgig - LL. 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We entered into the activities of the year by electing officers and preparing our float for the Homecoming Parade. XYith the help of our sponsors-Mrs. Allen and Miss Ohlmacher-we sold coke. candy, popcorn, and sandwiches at home football and basketball games, thereby improving out financial status. On November 4th, we presented the play, "The Baby Sitter," under the able direction of Mrs. Allen. During the year Lazelle Ullrick left our class to attend Rock Island High. ln March Donna Clcmentz came back to A.H.S. She was enrolled at Galva High before she came back. Donna was with us last year. XYith money we earned. we honored the Seniors by giving them a ban- quet in May. Although we believe that this year we have worked harder and have had more fun than ever before, we are eagerly looking forward to next vear, when we shall be the "honored Seniorsu! ll Donald Bradley AIUNIORS aja- ll. 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A.-if-'A -r'.I...e4rc----M5-E? .iizifrif-? . -' . Q' -I ...A "A - A " X Q- -- A' 'arg' Y' .TQFUA-f !zU-Efnzll' --ff-A-. .A-Ji' -LP' QS-fi' - ' -- ' 3- '7 . Ni?-'1f'4f-If K .7 'fi lf. ' 'V' ' Q'- ..e.-f ... M --4-1 -:?3'fl!r'?i':5zl'Tf.T'.-l1"f'4?2'2.:,:g'5hf-54"J?L3'l'b ......im:-- -1 -ff 2 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President . . . . . . Delnar Doubler Vice-President. . . Ronald De Splinter Secretary . . . . . Joan Morisette Treasurer . . .Virginia Snider Sponsor . . . . . .Mrs, Peek g k nf- AQ, T 1 'lifw my SQPHQMORE CLASS HISTORY ale Thirty-five "Silly" sophomores marched into Annaxvan High last fall to begin another school year full of education and activities. During the year we were sorry to lose Anna jean Vermiere but were glad to receive into our class two new members, jack Bumphrey from Tampico and Rosemary XVancket from Peoria, and one former classmate who dropped out last year, Bebe Lee Vetter. One of our first accomplishments was our formal CPD reception given the freshmen in the form of an initiation. XVe sophomores had quite a time giving instead of receiving. Most of us received enough candy and gum in one day to last us for a week. Another big class project was decorating a float for the Homecoming Parade. Although we did not receive any prize we thought ours was all right-the slogan, "Skin 'em Alive," might have been a little extreme. Five of our class members presented a skit called, g'VVe're New Here," for lifducational VVeek. These five were: Delner Doubler, Tom Reider, Charlene Parker, Marian jorgensen, and Ronald De Splinter. The Biology Club, of which every sophomore is a member, sponsored an all-school roller skating party in April. Some fun! lf you're well padded, that is. , Our class has been well represented in the various clubs and activities. Six of our I9 girls belong to the girls' chorus and I2 of the class belong to the band. A big percentage of our boys went out for football, basketball, track and baseball, and all of our girls are active in G.A.A. with most of them going bowling and Swimming at Kewanee each Monday evening. In May our class decorated for the Senior's Baccalaureate and Com- mencement Exercises. It has been a year full of hard study for all of us Cwithout a doubtj but we have had fun, and we will be back again next year. SOPHOMORES Ralph Blackert jack Bumphrey Ronald De Splinter Donald De Splinter 'slr Dorothy De May Marvin De May Delner Doubler Darrell Greenwood Mary Ann Grypp Alvina Eilers Shirley Esser Doris Gradert Lolabelle Hansen Paul Hilger Marilyn Keim Marvin Keim Arvin jackson Marian Jorgensen Donavon Kleckner Charlene Parker Betty Pont Betty Monson joan Morisette Leslie Nelson Stanley Pont Virginia Snider Eugene Vande V oorde Tom Reider Phyllis Richter Betty Seyller Leona Van V ooren Eugene Versluys Rose Mary XVancket Ann VVilson s , 57' . x f . fs Q . qs. 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Quentin Wolf Secretary . . . . . .Lorraine Oleson Treasurer . . . Donald Vandersniok Sponsor . . . . . .Mr. Bridges , 4 'PW ,'15.Q'!',fE X .' 33,252 :3'1.jP,eeJ2K 4 jg- L1 ,-...A . 23. 4,3 , , -1.m..l -.. 56.1. 4 ' ' J Ffgg ' 4, .U-.g1a-5 ' . -A ' ' .11 ' 'Lf-ag? " 1-- ffxf. '.-Zif'-'f"4-"VS ' 1 " 4' .4 if x . f 1 ,"g .vmll . K '41 IA-.w . w 1 4."'1 'M 11 14, J- "!'. Y 5 x.5,.1i. . f ., , WU: . - I .-,-i3Wwj?r'1.1a-, ' A zefL1ms.1m f LJ-gal -figs- - -:six-a?5'1'k"'?12gQ ., 55533115-. vlftufl' -1 'v 'Q' A V , ,Q-iw,-31-:.? ,'f's'qlfF'Tynv.5f ' .,'f'fj' Qc fl: -i3.j1.'v QQ X X, Y ,Q f FRESHMAN CLASS HISTGRY AY, The Freshman Class started the year of 1949-50 with 21 members. Frances Pearson from Africa and jim lieeley of Galva were welcomed additions during the year and making our class number 23. Although we have been timid Cand maybe a little "green"J beginners in Good Old Annawan High we have tried to add our part to the activities of our school. Cheerleaders elected from our class were Sharon Ufheil and joan Grypp. Five freshman girls joined the Girl' Chorus. These girls were jean Ann Decker, Lorraine Oleson, Carolyn Sommers, joan Grypp, and Vera Van l-Iyfte. Five of our class joined the band: Dale Nowers, Marian Dhamers, Ethel Shaw, Sharon Ufheil, and joan Grypp. ln athletics the freshman boys held a high percentage out for Football, Basketball, and Track. Most all of the freshman girls will make their Fresh- man Award in G.A.A. and several of them took part in the swimming and bowling program. Our float in the Homecoming Parade won second place. Our slogan was: "Mineral Burgers." One of our first impressive experiences in high school was given us by the sophomores in the way of initiation. The boys wore high heels with hose, girls' shorts, blouses, and a hat. The girls wore men's shirts, ties, shoes, knee socks with garters and peddle pushers. VVe carried the books of our superior sophomore school mates in a large pail. All of us had to carry a tomato and egg in our pockets and give away candy and gum to the sopho- mores. XVe have worked hard and wish to thank our teachers for helping us when we needed it so we may become worthy upperclassmen. FRESHMEN ale jean Ann Decker Susan Dc Decker Richard Clark August De May joseph De Vrieze Marian Dhamers Joan Grypp Dennis Marchand Clarence Miller Dale Nowers Lorraine Oleson jim Keeley Frances Pearson Marvin Price Ethel Shaw Carolyn Sonuners Robert Stockton Donald Vandersnick Vera Van Hyfte Arthur VVancket Quentin VVolf Sharon Ufheil Dale VVolf Q Y X ,.,,r, J- f TJ! XY? ui ,f -Q J XVI x C3 ,Q A ' 4' x L , f i s X Lx X1 R i' 1 ' E x I I ' N .QL 9' '11 . ef. E' fi! - Ula, , .f ,1 I v-'Y , I1 : N X .,, . - IIVQ, ,at Home Ec. II tm, THE ARTISTIC TOUCH! Art II T XX in I " "1 4 1 L 1 Ur L xr Q, I I L-4' 5, I K X i W if V U 'l x f f ff . 1 ' if 'f ' F - TUE: EYHE J, gill' wi, 312 x .43-L4 f 'Q wil 'lk Eli 1 ,1- . .ygfjxf L JL ,- h ' I A 1 A Shop FIX IT UPL Industrial Ar-ts 539' Homenursing FIRST AID AND FUTURE FARMERS Agriculture I if ., mf f.-. , An 1-,N-5 .iff ,N is .A .:, ,-T.: 1 f JW? ' A L A 23" .QPU 1., 4.1. Lv .- N fi.-iff EH, 4 'Milf - ,. fer ,hip 14-.4 A LP E" Bn R33 ' ...Z . 435 z - 1. ... 1-iQ, 2' ?ln :.- . -- E Shorthand COMMERCE Typ ing I General Science EXPERIMENTS Phys ics Biology FACTS American History I. A., 1 N: du ,. 7' . ga 'P ar I 8 ' . 'n 3'-A.. 7D I , . 'PC 1 3 15 DWG ll QQ Y04, . .., Geometry FIGURES AND PHRASES English III , 5 Q . '1 as ,V 3-' J' 'V - F . l ', 1 if ' li . '.. W U -,', fr ' iff' 4 R5 ' L .pff - . 'Q . il, V V 4 Alix X -1 I Si 'gm A ' ,xi ag- 'j1'f!:,:. f if ls' -L , i I' 1 Z' ' ' ' A -J, f 1 ' yn, p 'irifg .9 .-f":'5 ' , -I ia f ' 'J IM 1. , . " ' I" , . 'J I - , j, . ' ".,L .- . - 4 wx . . 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' -1+ W1 HONORS C424 . r. fThese honors do not include the last 5 six-wecksb SCHOLASTIC HONORS Principals "BH List CSeniors who have all "A's" or all L'A's" and one "B"J All 5 sir weeks-Marilyn DeMink, Carol Nowers, Donna Price, Shirley Shaw. 3 six weeks-Vernon Blackert. 2 six-weeks-Marlene Gripp, Leslie Stockton. HONOR ROLL-4 g'A's" 4 six-weeks-Marilyn DeMink, Shirley Shaw. 3 six-weeks-Donna Price, Arvin jackson. 2 six-weeks-Vernon Blackert, Phyllis De Splinter. l six-weeks-Marlene Gripp, Leslie Stockton, Dorothy De Splinter, Marian jorgensen, Dale Nowers. 2 GSAVS77 2 GSBTSN Carol Nowers-5 Vernon Blackertel Shirley Shaw-I Marlene Gripp-4 Leslie Stockton-2 Marilynn Ufheil-1 Dorothy De Splinter-4 Donna Price-2 Sue Nelson-I jennet Van Hyfte-4 Marilyn Keinif2 Arvin jackson-2 Ronald De Splinter-4 joan Grypp-2 Marian jorgensen-2 Marian Dhamers-4 Marilyn DeMink-l Charlene Parker-1 Dale Nowers-4 Charlotte Greenwood-1 Delncr Doubler-1 Phyllis De Splinter-3 Betty Deckerfl ' Carolyn Sonimcrs-1 August De May-3 Lucille jacobs-1 Scholarship Banquet-"B" Cor abovej Average for Year Freshmen-August De May, Marian Dhaniers, joan Grypp, Dale Nowers, Carolyn Sommers, Frances Pearson. Sophomorex-Ronald De Splinter, Delncr Doubler, Arvin jackson, Marian jorgensen, Marilyn Keim, Charlene Parker, Rosemary XVancket. Iuuiorr-Dorothy De Splinter, Phyllis De Splinter, Sue Nelson, Marilynn Ufheil, jennet Van Hyfte. SUIllIlT.Y-xlCl'l10ll Blackcrt, Marilyn DeMink, Marlene Gripp, Carol Nowers, Donna Price, Shirley Shaw, Leslie Stockton. dh .ZL PERFECT ATTENDANCE lfrerbwlevl-Susan De Decker, joan Grypp, Carolyn Sommers, Bob Stockton. Sopboworer-Delner Doubler, Mary Ann Grypp, Betty Monson, Betty Pont, Leona Van Vooren. lzmiors-Sue Nelson, Keith Spears. Senior-Marlene Gripp. GNTG' .:r. D.A.R. Award-Carol Nowers. T390 Homecoming Honors King ani Queen-joan Morisette, sophomore, and Don Bradley, junior. Artevldamx-VVard johnson and Gretchen johnson, seniors, Mary Goodwin, junior, Delncr Doubler, sophomore, Sharon Ufhcil and August De May, freshmen. Float Awards-7th and 8th Grades, first, "The Three Freedoms", Freshmen, second, "Mineral Burgers", G.A.A., third, K'Sports for Health." N amivzg of Amzafwan Recreation Field-Margaret Browning. D F. F. A. HONORS DeKalb Agriculture Afward-Vernon Blackert. Firrt-Dairy and Beef judging teams at University of Illinois fdetails under F.F.A.J ,. ra 1 .1 BAND HONORS-DISTRICT 3 first ratings, 4 second ratings, and 2 third ratings. fDetails under Band.D A ratings for Elaine Van Hyfte and joan Alorisette-accomparzixtx. ffl. CHEERLEADERS Varsity-Mary Ann Gripp, Donna Price, Gretchen johnson, Marilynn Ufheil. Seconi Team-joan Grypp, joan Morisette, Marilyn Keiin, Sharon Ufheil. BOYS' ATHLETIC HONORS Athletic Scholarship Award-Bob Nowers, Leslie Stockton, Keith Spears. COther honors listed under Boys' Athletics? G. A. A. HONORS Begi1mer'.v S"LUi7ll7lli71g Test-Lolabelle Hansen, Marian Dhamer, and Charlene Parker. Highest Bowling Scores-Carol Nowers, Dorothy De Splinter, Margaret Browning, Marian jorgensen. Conference Point Camp, lVilliavl1.v Bay, lVir., lime ll-18-Dorothy De Splinter, and Lolabelle G. A. A. AXVARDS Senior Award-Second State-2000 pointsANavy Blue Chenille Illinois Map limblem Hansen. Betty Decker, Marilyn DeMink, Donna Dynes, Geraldine lfronk, Charlotte Greenwood, Marlene Gripp, Lucille jacohs, Gretchen johnson, Lois Harley, Carol Nowers, Donna Price, Shirley Shaw, Betty Thompson, Elaine Van Hyfte, Rose Marie VVaneket. junior Award-First State-1600 points-Navy Blue Chenille Block "I" Margaret Browning, Dorothy De Splinter, Phyllis De Splinter, Donna Clcmentz, Marilynn Ufheil, jennet Van Hyfte, Mary Ann Gripp, Barbara Moon, Sue Nelson, Barbara Nicely, Shirley Polson, Marilyn DeIVlink, Donna Dynes, Geraldine Fronk, Marlene Gripp, Carol Nowers, Elaine Van Hyftc, Rose Marie Wfaneket. Sophomore Award-Second Local-1200 points-6 in. Maroon Chenille letter HA" with GAA Alvina liilcrs, Shirley Esser, Doris Gradcrt, Lolabelle Hansen, Marian jorgensen, Marilyn Keini, Betty Monson, joan Morisette, Charlene Parker, Betty Pont, Phyllis Richter, Virginia Snider, Ann XVilson, Bebe Lee Vetter, jennet Van Hyfte. Freshman Award-First Local-600 points-3 in. 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I . 5.121 " . -,, ' ffzq ' 1 -iff - sm , ..,iw' I ,L .V J, ,gym . .', ,-.1..,..',,E -V'y'A"x4"1"K:": "iT - f " N -1-DT..-Z. yu. P' .. 1' inilfdiag hfttqj-". 'Eff 1 V 'fi uiif. lxrigalrki.-: Student Council BRAINS AND BRAWN Lette1"men's Club if it Jb. ,, , , E U . .., ,, A it X l f n-. . . - 4 STUDENT COUNCIL elif Pl'C'J'ilIC'7lf .........., ...... I 'flaine Van Hvfte Vita'-l'l'Uyia'w1t ...,A.7 ...A . I Keith Spears Sc'c'l'c'tdI'y .4 ......w . ...., .. I Donna Price T1'cas111'er ..... .,.,.II.., C Iretchen johnson Sp07lXOI' ,,.,.. ...II. A 'Iiss Betty Ohlmacher M PM B ERS F1'e.vlv111w1: joan Grypp, Robert Stockton, Sharon Ufheil. S0j7l707ll0l'C3XZ joan Morisette, Charlene Parker, Leslie Nelson. IIIIIIOIIYZ Margaret Browning, David Marchand. PURPOSE "To iromote the worthv ideals of seholarshi us, citizenshi J, smortsman- . I . . . I . . ship, eXtra-curriculum, participation, service and cooperation in Annawan I-'Iigh School." Meetings were held evcrv Tuesdav during Home Room period. ACTIVITIICS Sponsored Homecoming Parade and Dance. Valentine Formal Dance ......,c......,..,....,.,.....,...,c....,.c ..,.c F ebruary 11, 1950 Planning extra-curricular activities for 1950-1951. , Served pop at I-Iigh School Picnic .....cc....,,c....,....,.1cc i,,..., A 'lay 25 Student Council Convention, Peoria ....,,.......,.........,,.,,.,1t,,,,,it,.,,.tt,t,,,,1. April 21 Representatives ...V.. ..,,... j oan Morisette and Dave Marchand Q-L .1. L IETT ICRM ICN Back Row: Bud Brown, Arvin jackson, Keith Spears, Coach llamm, Ilelner Doubler, Bob Nowers, Don Bradley, lVard johnson. I-'rom' Row: Ralph Vande Yoorde, lfrank Ililers, Dave Marchand, Tom Reider, Ronald Oleson, liugene Yersluys, Harold Pritchard. ' at President ................ Vice- President ,,,,A., F. H. A. .Elaine Van Hyfte ,,,i..,...Gretchen johnson b6C1'6i111'y .............,. ,,.......,,,,... l Jonna Dynes Treasurer .,.......w. .......,.w,, ,., S ue Nelson Re offer ...w ............. S hirley Shaw p ...,......,.. Parliawlerltarian ...,,.., Historian ,.........,...A. .Song I.eade1',, ,A.....,.. . Chapter Mother .....,,,.t Adviser ....,,......,.....,.......,.........,........,,..,...,.,,,.........,....., ......,.,......,,...,,..,.,,.,tt..,,,,,A, .,,,,,,..Marilynn Ufheil ..,...,..Barbara Moon .....,,,.i........Shirlev Polson ,.Mrs. F. Dewey Miss Betty Ohlmachcr PURPOSE and MOTTO - 'LTO-ward New I-Iorizovzsw ACTIVITIES Making of Christmas gifts, cookies and candy, for Lutheran Home for Children and Farm School, Andover. l7.F.A. and F.H.A. Sleigh Ride .,....... ...,..,,,... -I anuary Initiation of New Members .......... .,,,,,,,,riii, lt 'ebruarv Mother and Daughter Banquet ........... ..,.,,,.,,....,,,.,,,. M arch l7.H.A. Section 10 Rally ............,,........,,.....,.....,,........,,, .........,. A ledo, Illinois Served for F.F.A. Parent Banquet ................,....,.,........ .......,,,....... F ebruary l".F.A. Invitation to Hay Ride and VVicner Roast ,.....,. .......,..... F ebruarv Election of new officers ................................................,.,,........,.,..,...,...,...t,.,t. ..,.,,,,t,,,,., A 'lay MONEY-MAKING PROJECT Sold A.H.S. Beanies to high school students. jean Ann Decker Ethel Shaw Susan De Decker Marian Dhamers Sharon Ufheil Joan Grypp Rosemary Wfancket Doris Gradeit Leona Van Vooren MEMBERS Betty Seyller Marilyn DeMink Rose VVancket Dorothy De Splinter Margaret Browning Barbara Nicely Betty Thompson Dorothy De May Shirley Esser Ann XVilson Betty Pont Betty Monson Phyllis Richter Betty Decker Mary Ann Grypp Marilyn Keim Lois Earley Marian jorgenson Bebe Lee Vetter tqbv GIRLS' CHORUS Director ...,...... ......................,................i.,......,,,..,..................,.. .,....,. FX 1 rs. Alice Roberts MEMBERS Betty Decker Jean Ann Decker Alvina Eilers Shirley Esser Mary Ann Grypp joan Grypp Lolabelle Hansen Lorraine Oleson Carolyn Sommers Virginia Snider Leona Van Vooren Vera Van Hvfte Charlotte Greenwood Shirley Polson Rosemary Xvancket HIGH LIGHTS OF THE YEAR Christmas Cantata .........................,Y.....i............,....................................,.................,... December 10, 1950 XVith Grade School Chorus Two-River's Music Festival .....,................................,............,....................,..,,............,...,.......... Atkinson Unit Festival .....,........,....,.,,.....,..,, ..................,..................,........ A nnawan Solo-Mary Ann Grypp ..............,.....................................,.....,........... G.A.A. and Christmas Program This group of girls has worked hard and Mrs. Roberts has been rewarded for her capable and worthy efforts by their accomplishments and improvement. ,Fo Ho Ao LEARN AND PRACTICE Girls Chorus ".i'z1'5'!2f'i"l'T?5 lu -N ' 3'-, T- ' 1+ Y - -5-25: wks flung. -5 IUIUTIST Awgm ll dlp In wr 1 Junior F. F. A LEARN AND FARM Senior F. F. A 'Il F- .FuL .LUN ,A mi .. ,. -1. J' 1, V.,-yn.. E 1 -'B mumm nunnmng DITUI N47-43 .ry 'EH . '- .. 255 m-Ii. 1 5. i .5 t 1- .- Ei L- 'r F. F. A. elf SENIOR F. F. A. OFFICERS President., ..... ......... . .......... . .................... . .... ...A.................................. . . .. Vice-President ..,....... Seereiary .......,........ Treasurer ........ Reporter .,.....,...,. W arch Dog ...,.A..,A, .Spa mor ..,,........... .........Keith Spears .,.....I.eslie Stockton .........Vernon Blackcrt .........David Marchand .........Harold Pritchard . ........ Rodney Zinser T. Rainev ,IUNIOR F. F. A. OFFICERS President ,,.,,....,.,.... .............................,,.........................................., ............... 1 J arrell Greenwood Vice-President .....,..,. Secretary. .,., - . ..... . Treasurer ...... .. Reporter ............. IVateh Dog .......,. ......................nlAll0llI3S Reidcr ..........l'fugenc Vande Voorde Hilger ..........Marvin Ile May Ralph Blaekert Sponsor ...,......... ..,................................... . , ..... G. T. Rainey ACTIVITIES Live Stock Show at Princeton ............,............,....................... .............,............ C lctolmer Cattle judging Teams at Champaign ........................,..............,.................................. Blue Ribbon Each Dairy judging-Vernon Blackert, Lowell Gerber and Dave Marchand Beef lIlLigi7lgwAfX'll1 jackson, Keith Spears and Harold Pritchard Camp Halburg at Port Byron ...................................................................................,.................. September International Live Stock Show at Chicago ......... .......... N ovember Father and Son Banquet ........................................ ,........... A larch Z8 XViener Roast and Hay Ride ................................... ....... ........,., S c ptemhcr Hay Ride .....,..................................................................... .......... . .. ............. lfebruarv Serving at F.H.A. Mother and Daughter's Banquet ........... .......................,.......... A larch Pigeon Catching Contest .....,..................................,........... ....... A nnawan vs. Hooppole DeKalb Agriculture Award ....,.............................................................. .,............... X 'ernon Blaekert Ralph Blackcrt-Dairy Darrell Greenwood-S'wi11e Paul Hilger-Swine Tom Reider-Swine Eugene Vande Voorde-Sfwivze Marvin De Mav-Swine August De May-Sfwirze Arthur W'aneket-Beef Leslie Stockton-S St D Dave Marchand-S Keith SpearsAS 84 B LeRoy Croegaert-S -IUNIOR PROJ ECTS Bob StocktonMS'wine Dennis Marchand-Sfwiue Stanlev Pont-Rabbits jack Bumphrey-Sfwirze Clarence Miller-Swine Eugene Vandersniek-Sfwivze Quentin NVolf-Swine SENIOR PRO-I ECTS Harold Pritchard-S, D, B tk Crops Vernon Blackert-D 8: Crop: Rodney Zinscr-S THE REVIEW STAFF CPublished once every two weeks by the English IV Classj C0-Edifm'-V ------ ....... ll flarilyn DeMink Shirley Shaw F eature Reporters ...... ,,,,Q4. C 31-01 Ngwel-5 Donna Price Rep0v're1's ..,...., .....,........ L ois Barley Geraldine Fronk john Gripp Lucille jacobs Elaine Van Hyftc Shirley Clementz Sp01'tS ........ ,............. B ud Brown VVard johnson Art ...,... ......... B etty Decker Ci7'CZlfl'lii071 ...... .,..... B etty Thompson Advisor ............... ....... Mrs. Lois Allen Typing and Mi11zeog1'apbi1zg ...... .,...,., ll tlrs. Ramah Peek's Typing ll Class The staff has put forth much effort and time in order to keep the stu- dents of A.H.S. posted on the activities of the 1949-50 school year. 'milf' LIBRARIANS Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Lois Allcn, sponsor, Dale Nowers, Clarence Miller, Leslie Stockton, Marilynn Ufheil, Phyllis De Splinter, Geraldine Fronk, Lois Earley, Donna Dynes. Seated: August De May, Sue Nelson, Dennis Marchand, Doris Gradert, Mary Ann Gripp. Review Staff NEWS AND VIEWS Librarians Y u '!l'-. 1, -- I . x v '5- yi? ,. ' K 1 A .fr . 3 iff '4 E 1 I J ,W H -ki 1 -I JOKES Mr. Bridges: Can anyone tell me what causes trees to become petrified? Leslie: The wind makes them rock. VVhen a fellow breaks a date he usuallv has to. VVhen a girl breaks a date she usually' has two. Lois: You mean to tell me that when you go to dinner your boyfriend forgets he's Scotch? Geraldine: Yes, he goes Dutch, and I pav for me. How to make a speech: Get up-Speak up- Shut up-Sit down. Gel: off the stove-that's not the place to ride the range. A girl's promise to be on time carries a lot of wait. Indian girls have plenty of fun with beau and error. Did you hear why Shirley Shaw lost her position as secretary? Yes, when the boss told her to sit down she looked around for a chair. Mr. Rainey: Are there any more questions about selecting and starting your occupation? Bud: Yes, if I want to build a service sta- tion how do I know how to locate so I will strike oil there? Geraldine was told to write the calendar for the month for the REVIEVV. This is her last entry regarding no school because of teachers' institute. "No school tomorrow be- cause the teachers are going on an innocent toot." Mr. Ifhrig tasking routine questions at the beginning of schooliz And Gretchen, why did you come to school? Gretchen: I came to be went with, but I ain't yet. Mr. Hamm: I know a good ioke but it's slightly off color. Mr. Bridges: Oh, that's all right, I'm color blind. Mrs. Osborn: IVhat's happened? You're so dirty. Mr. Osborn: Puncture. Mrs. Osborn: VVell, you should have been on the look out: the map warned you of a fork in the road. Mrs. Allen: Give me a sentence with the word fascinate in it. Shirley Clemente: Donna has a dress with ten hooks in it, but due to gained weight. she can only fasten eight. The reason no woman ever married the man in the moon is because he nukes only a quarter a week, get full once a month, and stays out all night. Mrs. Gripp: john, I don't believe you are trying hard. john: Yes, I am. Teacher says I am the most trying bov in the class. If a doctor is doctoring a doctor, does the doctor doing the doctoring have to doctor the doctor the way the doctor being doetored wants to be doctored, or does the doctor doetoring the doctor, doctor the doctor the way he usually doctors? Edwin liarleyz Since I met you I can't eat, I can't sleep, I can't drink, Lois: lVhy. Edwin: I'm broke. Did you know that some of the seniors thought most of the teachers were not mar- ried because they have bachelor's degrees? Cliff decided to call on Marilyn one evc- ning. Together they talked of their "kith and their kin." Cliff said: May I kith you. Marilyn said: You kin. Store Clerk: Here's a pretty card with :1 lovely sentiment, "To the only girl I ever loved." IVard: That's fine, give me a dozen. Shirley: VVhat is a tactful way for a girl's father to let her boy friend know it's time to leave? Carol: He may eausally pass through the room with a box of breakfast food. G. A. A. President ..........,..... ......., ...........,... C a rol Nowers Vice-President. ,....,... ........... G retehen johnson Secretary ................ ..,,...A.........,,. M arlene Gripp Treasurer ............ ....,.,.. I Dorothy De Splinter Sponsor ..........,,,. .....,........ A drs. Ramah Peck Memberslaip .....A.... .......................A............. ....... O n e Hundred Per Cent - ACTIVITIES Homecoming Float-SPORTS FOR HEALTH ................ ...,..... 3 rd Prize Thirty Miles of Hiking- 3 - 3 - 3 - 3 - 4 - 4 ' I0 ......................,,.......,,,..,.,.............,....... Kewanee Serving .............,.,.............................,.........,........ Homecoming Dance and Neponset Basketball Game Bowling each Monday evening .......... .....,.,...................................,..........,.,................. A t De Clerk's Swimming each Monday evening ........... ,........,,...... I iewanee YMCA Initiation of New Members ......,..,... .......,., A t December Meeting Christmas Party and Games .......... ....... ...................... .............,,...... A t ' December Meeting Workshop ,..,.......................,............,..,........,...........,..................,..,...,...,,....,,,,.....,.........,,....,............., At jolict Representatifues-Carol Nowers, Dorothy De Splinter, Marilyn Keim, Mrs. Peek Ice Follies-Sonia Henie ......,..................................................,........,.........,........................i....,....... Chicago G.A.A. Awards ..,......,.........,. ........ C lass Numerals, School Letter, Letter "I," Emblem of Illinois G.A.A. Leadership Camp ,...................,............,.............................. Conference Point Camp june ll-18 Representatives-Dorothy De Splinter and Lolabelle Hansen Election of 1950-Sl Officers ...................,............,........ ,..........,...............................,... A t April Meeting Play Day-April 15 ................... ,....................,..,..........,.. ,,...,.,... A t Atkinson MEETINGS Each month on the 3rd YVednesday at the 9th period. President Presiding ......,.........,..........,........,.........,......................,.........,..,,.............,....... ...,.,.. C arol Nowers Roll Call ....,.,.............,... ...,,,,,.. A Iarlene Gripp Education ..,.......,...........,..,....... i,,.,..... G eraldine Fronk Music and Entertainment ..........,..........,.,.......,.............,.........,..,.......,.................,...,....... Mary Ann Grypp The G.A.A. is organized through the State Athletic Association to correlate with the Physical Education Program and allow free-will participation of all high school girls in such recreational activities as: I Hiking Conditioning Exercises Badminton Deck Tennis Rope Drills Table Tennis Bowling Tumbling Shuffleboard Swimming Stunts Folk Dancing Volleyball Softball Social Dancing Square Dancing Tennis Basketball VALUES RECEIVED Develops Alertness Courage Honesty Quick Response Self-Control Initiative Good Character Courtesy Cooperation "An intelligent and 'worthy participant or spectator in "A Sound Mind in a Sound Body." many sports." jluffug 1 Q -M f U xi hfigiif U 'Ll 4' S :IMA " ,,,i'fA" V 9-1- ' ' -w .4 Lk 4 ll! .W If S538 , .Q-'W Wm' .9-.11y'zi5x1'4.f4 xi 4' 1 Afg-M-M.f--- 'Tf'?0'Y"'Nhn" mm Band MUSIC1 MUSIC! MUSIC! Bb Clarinet Quartet 1 2 I 4. I. 1 PERSONNEL 4-L A F LUTIC Marlene De Splinter OBOIQ A rden Nowers Bl' CLARINETS Margaret Browning, Geraldine Fronk, Marlene Gripp, Charlene Parker, Marilyn lieini, Dorothy De Splinter, Betty Thompson, Marian jorgcnsen, Phyllis Richter, Rose XYanckte, joan Grypp, Marian Dhainers, Betty Seyller. A LTO CLARIN LIT Shirley Shaw BASS CLARIN ILT joan Morisette SAXOPHONIQS lfl' ALTO: Sharon Ufheil, Bebe Lee Vetter, Betty Monson, lCthel Shaw: TICNOR: Carol Machesneyg BARITONLQ: Robert Nowers, BASS: Clar- ence Miller. ALTO HORNS Mary Ann Gripp, Ralph Pritchard, Donald Bradley, Dale Nowcrs, james Gripp. CC JRN ICTS Richard Brown, Ronald De Splinter, Donald De Splinter, Donald lfoerder, Graham Browning. .Q BARITONIQ HORN Phyllis De Splinter TROMBON l'fS Harold Pritchard and Arvin jackson TUBA john Gripp DRUMS BASS: lflaine Van lrlyfteg SNARIC: Marilyn Dehlinlc, Tonnnie Reider. XYLOPHONIQ AND TYMPANY Carol Nowcrs BAND CALENDAR October 6 ....... ......,...............,.....................,...,......... I lcnry County XVoman's Club at Atkinson Clarinet Duet-joan Morisette and Shirley Shaw October 7 ........ ......................,...........................,............,.................. I Dedication of Athletic Field October ll .....................,,....,..,,,..,,........,.,.i,,.,,...............,.. ,,..,,..,.....,...t.,,,.,.,,,..... A nnawan XVoman's Club Horn Solo-Mary Ann Gripp, accompanied by joan Morisette November 4 ,.............,.....,,,...................,,.,.,..,.,.........,.tt,.....,..........,,..,,..t..,.,...........,i..,,,,,,,...,...,..i junior Play Duet-Arden Nowers, oboe, and Marlene De Splinter, flute, accompanied by Elaine Van Hyfte Solo-Aryin jackson, accompanied by joan Morisette November 7 ....... .............,..................i.................,.........,,................,..................,..,..,. A chievement Night Marirnlm Solo-Carol Nowers November 8 ...,........,,,,...,.........,.......i.,.............,...,..,,...........................,.,..,,,,....,..,...,..t.....,i,.., XVoman's Club Saxophone Solo-Betty Monson, accompanied by joan Morisette November 15-February I7 ,...... .................,,......,...... ...,...,.,,,.,...,,....e.. E l even home basketball games December I3 ..,......,,..,.....,.......,..,..,.i......,.,.................,.i,,..,,.,,..,.........,.,......,,..,.,.,., Annawan XVoman's Club Cornet Solo-Leon jaegers, accompanied by Carol Machesney December 23 ........,,.,...,,,.,..,..........,,....,........,........,...,.,,i..........,........... High School Christmas Program Clarinet Solo-Charlene Parker, accompanied by joan Morisette Mariwzba Solo-Carol Nowers February 14 .....,,........................,....................,............,.........,,..,,....,.,,,...,,....,.... Annawan VVoman's Club Mixed Clarinet Quartet-joan M., Charlene P., Shirley S., Marilyn Keim March 24 ..........i.,..,......,........ ,............ i...........,....... ...,................................................,.........,. S i 1 ring Concert March 25 ..,..t.t. ........... D istrict Solo, Ensemble contest at Galesburg April l ..,,... .,.,.......,.,.,...,..,. I Jistriet Band Concert at Galesburg April 4 ......,,.. ..,.,,.,.,.,,.,..........,......,..........,..,..,.,..,,,.,,. ........................,.,..,.......... R a dio Program at DeKalb Marimba Solo, Mixed Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet April Zl ....... ..........,....,..........................,.........,.,..........,.,.......................,........,...,...............,...,.. S enior Plav elf BAND GETS FIRST RATING AT DISTRICT Annawan schools and community can justly be proud of their band under the capable and efficient direction of Mr. Vitto. The first rating earned at the district speaks for itself. Other first ratings were: Saxophone Solo by Bebe Lee Vetter and Marimba Solo by Carol Nowers. Second ratings at the district were: Cornet Solo by Ronald De Splinter, Saxophone Solo by Sharon Ufheil, and Mixed Clarinet Quartet by joan Morisette, Charlene Parker, Shirley Shaw and Marilyn Keim. Third ratings were: Horn Solo by Mary Ann Gripp and Saxophone Quartet by Sharon Ufheil, Betty Monson, Carol Machesney and Bob Nowers. Piano accompanists have been joan Morisette and lilaine Van Hyfte. Y FN Mixed Clarinet Quartet HARMONY! Saxaphone Quartet fb 550 Q5 as X-F G Pep Club Cheerleaders 9 D. Price G. Johnson M. Ufheil M. Gripp J. Grypp M. Keim S. Ufheil J. Morisette ,7 study Hall HARD AT WORK? Girls Lounge 1-, J' X .11 .. ,Af 1 .fr Name Nickname Occupation Usually I-'amid RICHARD BROXXTN Bnti O going steady W heading tnwntti Athinsnn CHARi.OT'1'L: GREILNGLOOD Cha dating - w-ith het finttt Y LOIQ M. EARLERV Y Locy- Trying to gg car 'everywhere LUCILLPL JACOBS Mindy H getting one night nff at tht Eafe - BETTY DECKER Bet playing cards with Nathan ITESLIIC gl'0CKTOIgI Popeye wiggiing his ents hunting hilihhighi-GRIPIT wi Tabu baby siging at home SH1Rl.h:Y Sl-IANV little Shaw studying with Stinky GERALDINE FRONK- Gerry beinggte hurrying l3ETTY THOMPSON Y Tommie being absent at Tom Oyvcns VERNON BLACKERT Duroc overcoming puppy lov? messing around DONNA PRICE - Bear laughing in it Hudson ROgEOIXIARlE NVARICKET Rosie O flirting with boys ' RALPH VANDE VOORDE Tube talking pinyingnini -O ELAINE VANYHYFTE Hyfte making up her niind fhtwing gnni DOENA DYNES Dyng dieting -' eating W ARNOLD JOHNSON A wntti hnifing - - nfHntty's - OHIRLEY CLEMENTZ Clin joking O O innitiiig for Rtiy Rtigtts CAROL NOWERS Swede - late for history playing her marimba EOHN GRIPP JQR arguing lntihing for it pencil MKRILYN DPQMINK Stinky wtititing on tht gn - GRl?qIlOHl5SI JOHNSON -Orctchic winttttititiiig making plans SENIOR CLASS PLAY THE INNER XVILLY - April 21, 1950 Nvilloughby Adams ...,.............,.,.........A........................,...,....................,.......,............. ..A........ B ud Brown Aunt Hester ....,..... Aunt Louise ,......... Aunt Olga .... a well-behaved, likable boy ..,..,.,.Marlene Gripp .,..,.,..Geraldine Fronk ,Elaine Van Hyfte NVilloughby's maiden aunts, who have given him a "beautiful and sheltered life" 1 Inner XVilly ,,i,,,,,,.,,,.,,....,,,,.,.,,..,....,..,..................,,..........,..,....,..................,.....,...........,........ VN ard johnson ' VVilloughby's "inner self," visible only to VVilloughby Stanley Clark ,,,,,i,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.....,,,,,,,,..,.,.,.,.,.,,ii.,,..........,,.......,..........i.......... Ralph Vande Voorde inclined to be a little Mtouglf' Mike ...............,..i..... ....,,,,.........,..,..........,..,..,...........i.........,...... .....,,.,....,..,., L e slie Stockton bashful, but a regular guy Marybelle Turner ......,.............,,...,..............i.......,...........................................,,.,.,,, Charlotte Greenwood the girl next door, plain and completely unexciting Trudy Marshall ...,..,......,..........,.,...,..................................................,...,......................,............. Donna Price janet Marshall ..,........,.,,.........,.............,......................,.........,...,...........................,.................... Carol Nowers lively, 16-year old twins who do not necessarily look alike Carol Martin ..,..............................................................,.....,...................,.,..,........,.,...,..,i,r........ Shirley Shaw the girl whom VVilloughby secretly admires is Bob ,..,,... Mother ......... Father ....,,., junior ,......, jane ........ Helen ...,.... Carrie ........ Eunice .,........ Carl ...,ii., Lefty '.....,.. Midge ..,..... Dot ...,......,........ Mr. Gordon .......... JUNIOR CLASS PLAY THE BABY SITTER - November 4, 1949 who breaks a date who makes him break a date who agrees with mother a holy terror 'in"ii3LQ'iQ5Q"sigiQQfW" 'H'U'iSlQii"g"sigIQi"M' Bob's one-and'only who tries to take Carrie's place Helen's boy friend MQiiL3iiiLQi"iiliiQl"Ib'fiLi'i"m' W'iiiiffiiiiiii''iiiQQNiQEiSlIQ" '4"' Q i'iXQi"iQiLiQ'iiI5'iL'gBLQQ""i" junior's parent ., .,...,...... t , Mrs. Gordon ......... ...,.............................,,.....,.............,.,.,.,,...... junior's parent DIRECTOR-MRS. LOIS ALLEN i.......,.,R0bert Nowers ..Margaret Browning Bradley ..........Dave Marchand .,..,Mary Ann Gripp .......Phyllis De Splinter Dorothy De Splinter ...,.,...Marilynn Ufheil .......Bonald Oleson ...,,.....Keith Spears .,...,,,,Shirley Polson Nelson ,........Rodney Zinser ,...,.....Barbara Moon A. 'Ir , fir if . lr K.. .xi - I i . M :Ka Z 'I L 'x W K A J mv 91' ll' a. . . 54 1 Ii. , --4 my -+4 :V ,JA 5, Y . Q' V 1 if I I 3 nl ,I ,. . 7 x ,L 1 A W 1 L1 T N ' Q If Y I u --' ?:. V - A 4 ,X af.-. , m 751' D: :C ,P H+ -"'...-1" ' ll 'ii' - , ' .f ..'fj'w5e11,5:".3:'-: 'b PW- .- N' , ' ' '. ' - "-,, --, ' 3 u K Ag, .nu -. -I A k. Y- hr' J t vm . , , - . ,Ae iq W fv , K F U ' . - ga .1 , , - 3 , :- .'lY . ,. S A ... 'k A , . I. ' . 3 J V .'r - ' - . . , ' 1 A , 1 A V at , -. ,, , - 5. . 1, Y f J 4 b f K.. Y , ' L , w 4' '..:' 7 .. l .I I - '. V - - X. Q.. K .54 , M ' .. ,I h , . , 5 K V, m .V , 5 n X I . , H 3 ,' 1 l'. , .1 X .QEQ 5 A . 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H I 'M' M H ,. . 4 H Q f, E . -1 ,S r ,IOKES Ralph feoming home from a baseball ganna! Hey, Dad, l pitched a no-hitter. Mr. Vande Voorde: 'I'hat's fine, son, what was the score? Ralph: YVe won-9-6. Mr. Vande Voorde: How did they get 'x runs without any hits? Ralph: Aw, those were all homers. Lucille: A month ago l was just cra4v about jolm, but now l don't care a thing for him. Gretchen: Yes, isn't it funny how change- able men are. Mr. Stockton: Your studies are failing, son. YVouldn't you like a coach? Les: No: Dad, a roadster will do. Bud: l'm tired. l was out with a nurse last night. YVard: Cheer up. .Ylaybe your mother will let you go out without one sometime. The verv first dav at work Carol was late, YVhen sheifinallv did enter the office the boss grumbled: Young lady, you should have been here 25 minutes ago. Carol: Gee, what happened? Mr. lllackert: Did you have the car out last night, son? Vernon: Yes, Dad, l took one of the boys ovci' to the high school. Mr. lilackert: NVell, tell him he left one of his lace hankies in the car. Lois: XVhencver l get down in the dumps Iget invself a new hat. Donna Dynes: ls that where you got that one? NVhy is Mr. Price pacing up and down in front of his house? l'le's worried about Donna. YVhy, what's she got? The ear. Mr. Vitto: Marilyn, please watch the direc- tions written above the music. Marilyn: l am, Mr. Vitto. Livervwhere I sec the letter "p" l pound real hard. Mrs. Allen: Filaine, have you started your outside reading, yet? i lilainez Not yet, it is too cold. Boss: You're an hour late getting home with these mules, john. john: l know it. You see, l picked up Rev. Davis on the wav' home, and from there on the mules couldn"t understand a word l said. You say you are disappointed with that con- traption you ordered sight unseen. Marlene: YVell, it was guaranteed to keep my bills down, and they sent me a paper weight. Cowhand: .-Yren't you putting your saddle on backward? Shirley Clementz: 'l'hat's all you know about it smarty. You don't even know which way l'm going. Rose YVancket: XVill the anaesthetic make me sick? Doctor: No, I think not. Rose: How long will it be before l know anything? Doctor: Arcn't you expecting too much of an anaesthetic? Miss Ohlmacher: Donna, did you empty the water under the refrigerator? Donna Dynes: Yes'm, and put in some fresh. Betty D.: You'd be surprised how much time was spent on this painting. Mrs. Roberts: Yes, l've heard that people stand here by the hour trying to make out what it represents. Policeman: Lady, don't you know this is a safety zone? Marilyn DeMink: Of course, that's why l drove in here. Mr. johnson: XVard, your school report shows a lot of very low' marks. How about it? YVard: YVell, you see, Dad, everything is so high nowadays, l thought it was time some iteins were marked down. Mrs. Hoover: l'm reading a mystery book. Mr. Hoover: XVhy, that looks like our household budget. Mrs. Hoover: lt is. MR. ARNOLD AND MR. HARMS lYe owe a lot to our janitor, Mr. Arnold, and our maintenance man. Mr. Harms. lt is they who keep the building clean and comfortableg it is they who finish the day's work at school and see that all is in readiness for the coming day. Thanks, Fuzzy and johnny, and please excuse the many unnecessary tasks we thoughtlessly cause you to do. 9144 al. SCHOOL LUNCH Our school lunch program is one of the most appreciated and worth while new additions to our school this year. The kitchen was installed for maximum efficiency and the lunch room is adequate and comfortably ar- ranged to seat all students at their lunch period since the staggered lunch period is used. Our cooks, Mrs. Lois De Splinter and Mrs. Dorothy Keemle, are effi- cient and good cooks, not mentioning their patience and cheerfulness in serving us. Yes, january 3 was an important date in the Annawan High and Grade School and especially the 150 students and teachers who take advantage of the school lunch will tell you that another step has been taken toward better- ing the health and comfort of its students. Johnny Harms Marion Arnold COOKS AND JANITORS Mrs. De Splinter School Lunch Mrs. Keemle - lv I an 'rt F W 1, r -I Q 1 1 v . ' A 119 lr .. l X 1 . 1 fs X 1 'Wh J ., x I, ,fhglfw if 'I K ,ff ' 1 zQi' .h .,f1,:Wf GDINI3 J. f' 'V r 1 T ' T f ,. , 'ffl' 1' r A 3 -Q, 1 nn Ili ' " L Q 1 -J 3 , F Mk , a all . , 1. N. . A221-l, . . . 'N ,A gl v-, . , v.,:,?Iv' --.fx ' in-QI.- ,, - N xx if-ff-LX - " qi-l ujffL11'1 ",.:-' . Eff-ffwf wifi. . . 4. -b , ,. ,f-- .-.1- : .LL A4 .' " :, . .-1':'-,QE ' ,Q1'."t"g-G, ' 1 , ' -'Tp' x K. " ' ' . Irv 'J gg. -"x fe -' . ' ' 52-Q - '5i,f:1.:.w xYE s "3fgi? tfffjf J' "P Aff? - ' ff'Q,,sff X" .61-: ,",g,H'-si 5.4-i','l,-1-f 'dig . " 1 ', 'J I , : 'P.SiS,VPf :fd f-:ffsfwfrh ' if . 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Supper Stretch, streteh, stretch Turn, please The hiking sextet llappy day PAGE lll Stinky Side ln' side Greteh and Rosie Margie Grypp .lliek and lioli All friends XVorking hard? Don and liulrliles .llarlene in l909 jean Ann Decker .Xlarian and Susie Sharon Three Stooges That niueh? Xlr. and Nlrs. lfhrig The two Splintcrs lflaine in l90l Quentin PAGIC IX Speech elass lVhat a pair joan G. Nluseuni on wheels Mary Ann and Dot Mr. Rainefs house Puneh Line jr. play east Here Vernon Pals Bus garage Hooppole or liust Don and liubliles Reception l.ine PAGE V Vou'll lireak the eanicra junk heep joan and Don joan Valentine Dance Valentine Danee Mutt and jeff The lVinner l.ookl l.ookl l.ookl Feet tired '1 J! 17 4 J' 043, 0,5 wusr 'HN' if t 'HN 1 Q", ' A J 4, I I gin 'M 435' 5 V11 Q 1 f' F33 h 'ff zr'9rs' "' ,G I Q f Qs t V 4 514' . . 1 .- Q 37:44- C avril".- ' -1 if 'A rf -.L4sQ3.-. 1 Kwxxpx Q, -, X . .X X' M ' W - -. 7?-T?'?'W! 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V I I ,113 Del ly ggn i Keith E Ronnie Les Jack fiuf-f A, Wf- L7 1,3 YL, f ,-fwvav f First Team BRAVES Second Team , 4- ATHLETIC SUMMARIES ella MA-IOR FOOTBALL LICTTIRRMICN Eugene Versluys Dclner Doubler Les Stoekton Arvin jackson Toni Reider Keith Spears Bob Nowers Harold Pritchard Ronald Oleson Dave Marchand MINOR FOOTBALL LFI ll:1RMl'1N Darrell Greenwood Marvin Keini Marvin Price Stanley Pont August De May Ronald De Splinter Paul Hilger jack Bumphrey Leroy Croegaert Dale lfVolf Dennis Marchand Frank Filers ' Les Nelson MAJOR BASKETBALL LFTTERMEN Bob Nowers Don Bradley Frank Ifilers Ralph Yande Yoorde Keith Spears Ronald Oleson MINOR BASKETBALL LFTTERM FN Delner Doubler, Toni Reider, Marvin Price, Ronald Dc Splinter, Donald De Splinter Guard Guard Guard, Center, Guard Center, Guard Forward Forward Forward 1 1 v 3 1 FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAINS Tom Rcidcr and Ronald Oleson BASKETBALL CAPTAIN Ronald Oleson MANAGER Dennis Marchand TOTAL SCORING POINTS Bob Nowcrs Frank liilers Ralph Vande Voorde Don Bradley - ' Keith Spears - Marvin Price - Les Stockton - Delner Doubler - Ronald Oleson - Ronald De Splinter Regular GAITIIUX - - - 242 - - 32 - - 49 - 145 - xi - 41 3 - 24 27 - is TOTAL Add Dixtriut 'I'our11a111w1t 271 33 58 175 94 44 3 24 11 JJ I8 - HSI FOOTBALL SQUAD Standing: Marvin Price, Ronald Oleson, Eugene Versluys, Delner Doubler, Bob Nowers, Frank Eilers, Arvin jackson, Lazelle Ullrick, Harold Pritchard, Tom Reider, Leroy Croegeart, Ralph Vande Voorde, WVard johnson, Coach Hamm. Front Row: Marvin Keim, Dale WVolf, Ronald De Splinter, Les Nelson, Dennis Marchand, August De May, jack Bumphrey, Darrell Greenwood, Stanley Pont, Dave Marchand. 4. ANNAXVAN RECREATION FIELD One of the many improvements made in Unit District 226 during the summer was the installation of the lighted combination softball-football field at Annawan. This field is well drained and lighted and the bleacher seating capacity is 370. This field was used during the summer months for softball games and the high school used it for the first time for their first home football game. The field was formally dedicated September 30 at the half of the Homecoming football game with Superintendent Ralph A. Osborn, Members of the Board of Education, Alumni representatives, Student Council representatives, and other members of the community taking part. Margaret Browning won the Parker Pen and Pencil set as a prize for naming the field Annawan Recreation Field. 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Gas - Oil - Candy - Ice Cream Neponser Illinois Hooppole, Illinois C07IKQ'7'6ll'7Ilt1li07IS VICTORY CAFE to the ' Class of 1950 YORKTOWN LUMBER ac GRAIN Yorktown Illinois Short Orders Phone 9R3 Tampico Illinois 'Y' ' 1 RICHARD NELSGN Attorney at Law Telephone 33 Sturdewagon Building BUNTIN JEWELERS Established 1927 Diamond Mountings - IVedding Rings - VVatches - 106V2 VVest Second Street Atkinson Illinois Phone 5 607 Kewanee, Ill. AR-PERS BLAKE'S BOOTERY MEN'S VVEAR 112 XVest Second Street - Names You Know - - Shoes You Love - Comrzies :: Iacqneline z: Natural Poise I l l Kewanee Illinois Kewanee, Illinois ws J. c. PENNEY co. KNEPIPS - ' - for Kewanee's Largest and Busiest Sweaters and Skirts Department Store Kexvanee Illinois 115-119 North Tremont Street REED'S INC. BRQWN LYNCH SCOTT JEXVELERS . . . Nationally advertised Elgin, Bulova, Benrus Watches. 111 VVest Second Street Phone 4187 Kewanee, Ill. The Department Store for All the Family, As XVell as Farm Equipment 116-118 N. 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Andes Candies Blacksmithing Kewanee i . i Illinois Annawan Illinois Corlrplimerzts of 9 Groceries 0 Meats 9 Dry Goods - CI-IET SLATER, Proprietor I-Iooppole Illinois THOMPSON'S DX SERVICE 81 CAFE I I O X orktown, Illinois MOTOR INN SINCLAIR STATION at CAFE C. j. Vetter M. VV. Buaintance Proprietors The place to get filled up Good food and service Route 92 at Yorktown OPEN AIR MARKET Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 4382 221 North Main Street Phone 113-10 Tampico, Ill. Kewanee Illinois DUREY'S ,IEWELRY . C 0111 pl zmerrts STORE . . . of Keepsake Diamond Rings , Elgin -:- Grant -:- Gruen -:- Bulova S IVatches ' . . Kewanee . . Illinois HUOPPOIC Illinois OFFERLE OIL CO. MODE O' DAY 0 Smart Frocks Petroleum Products - Paints - Tires : 5:32865 I - Accessories - 0 I-Iose . . D Budget Prices Phone 195 200 N. Tremont Street Genegefy Illingis IQCNVHDCC IIIIIIOIS R. Cowlplimellts STORE Of IYALGREEN AGENCY PE-A-COCK Prophetstown Illinois Atkinson Illinois BELANGER 86 HOWARD Your friendly 101111 Deer Store in Geneseo Call us for Sales and Service-Ph. 100 Geneseo, Illinois Special Prices To Annawan High School Pupils BELL NVILSON STUDIO Kewanee, Illinois Co711pli111e11t5 of HENRY 86 HAMLIN Quality F ootfwear 107 VV. Second Street Kewanee Illinois BRUCE PONTIAC CO. Complete Automatic Service Bear IVl1eel Alignment Prophetstown Illinois THE FAIR STORE Compliments of if JIM BATES Men's and Boys' VN' ear elf Kewanee Illinois Kewanee Illinois NOVAK STEAMSHIP BLOOMES AGENCY Airline and Steamship Tickets Cruises and Tours a Specialty SUPER MARKET Groceries - Meats U C I fs. 105 North Main Street Phone 107 Kewanee Illinois Atkinson Illinois C07lQQ7'tlllllllZl07ZS to Class of "SO" ' ' ' Salesmew ill' Ray Van Opdorp Rich V ynenian Larry Catoor Lawrence Powell Insurance Agency Akdigaggr 'flf MELL DCSPLINTER Prophetstown Illinois Atkinson Illinois DR. GILTNER Ely Sheffield, Illinois HUCK 85 BERNUS On Highway 6 Enjoy that extra cup of coffee with meals Sheffield Illinois , CARP'S DEPARTMENT Cowzplzments of Ready-to-IYear Shoes - Clothing For Men, XYomen and Children Keyyfgnge Ai Illinoig 125 North Tremont St. Kewanee Illinois ll Besz,,IVisbes JEWELER LEE'S SMART WEAR I i - - S ali Diamonds - Watches ' M- W , ' f f Junior 15568 Omen I-Iamllton :: Elgin :: Bulova Fashion Center ' 0 . it 109 North Tremont St. Kewanee Illinois K ewanee Illinois The Home of Quality Furniture elf els lVard P. Robinson, General Agent Henry County Farm Bureau Er? il? Kewanec Illinois Cambridge Illinois Better Baking ri? F. H. STEELE 85 CO. QL J, Kewanee, Illinois A. SCHULTZ 86 SONS fir. .x, Heating - Hardware Home Appliances ffl. I-Iooppole Illinois DAIRY BAR C. W. PENN at SONS The Rexall Store . . E MAN ' ' ' B D R D Dependable Since 1890 Sheffield IlliI10iS Prophetstown Illinois DE ROO INS. AGENCY lvzszlrmlce of All Kinds JOHN HILLER, SR. , , , 9 Candy Real Estate and Farm Loans ' POP . . . o Gas Box 310, Atkinson, Illinois 'O Oil Bus. Ph. 7002 Res. Ph. 7003 Hoppole Illinois H 85 I, PRODUCE Poultry - Eggs - Cream Dressed Poultry - Truck Service Phone 38R l 0 Prophetstown Illinois GENTZ SUGAR BOWL Chicken Every Sunday Prophetstown Illinois ACE HARDWARE 1.14. URICK y Paints - Plumbing Phone 2 8 8 Prophetstown Illinois ROCK RIVER LUMBER 85 GRAIN CO. 1 0 0 Lumber - Coal - Grain Prophetstown Illinois WESTERN AUTO B est IVisbes ASSOCIATE STORE ffffm Ziffglgiigggilggfegfe FRANK DE SPLINTER'S 1 Ol R io. . 3121252 A1,i,ii3m HARDWARE Home owned and operated by . . . F. I-I. MESSFR phone 53 Phone 541 ,I - . Geneseo Illinois Annan an Illinois . SI-IULL'S C omplzvllevlrs of M1-:n's andABoys' , Clothin - Furnishings - Sh ics MARY'S MARKET g . . . ' ' ' ' ' RAY MILLER, Prop. 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Cornshelling and Hauling We'1'e equipped to mtisfy your weeds Phone 63 I 2 Annawan Illinois STAR REPAIR SHOP Shoe Repairing Sewing Machine and Repairs C. VV. GRAPEL, Prop. Atkinson Illinois THEDE IMPLEMENT COMPANY DR. P. 0. JOHNSON O , , VETERINARIAN Farm l7llpl67ll6'7lf.Y 8: Hardfware . . . Cari 84 '1I7'I1Ck.V Phone 57 Prophetstown Illinois Anmwim Illinois C07llpIi7ll87Il'.l' of 0 Mobil Service 0 Mohiloil 0 Mohilgas Route U. 6 Annawan Illinois SHEF F IELD SHALE PRODUCT CO. Sheffield Illinois H. S. GOEMBEL 81 SONS GUILD GRAIN CO., INC. fir?-1 eil? Grain - Feed Custom Grinding and Mixing f ' ' ' ' . ' ' I r BLIClx SALILS 8. 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Phone 571 MIDLAND ELECTRIC COAL CORPORATION Alf N1 High Grade MECCO Coal Modern Service :Ja -1, Operating on the C.R.I. 81 P. Railroad on U Route 6 East of Atkinson IM Miles -'L 5TH elf Mine Phone: Atkinson 64 Mineral Illinois Atkinson Illinois ATKINSON ORDER BUYERS Buy hogs daily at Atkinson 81 Sheffield IV e have pick-up service free Trucking of all kinds W'e specialize in hauling to Chicago Call us before selling your hogs Reverse Charges Atkinson 130 Sheffield R-1156 ATKINSON FEED Sc PRODUCE Cash Buyers of Cream - Eggs - Poultry Complete Line of Home Mixed Feeds Nutrena Poultry Feeds Phone 91 Atkinson, Ill. C07IllDfi7l767If5 JACK SPRATT FOOD STORE Of SIMPSCN 85 HQUCH .1 The Home of Fine Foods Sli and OILNLLRAL TRUCKINO Quality illemfs elf elf Anmwan minoig Hooppole Illinois PIERCESON THU MQTQR SALES FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Qi. FORD fle SALES sl SERVICE Member Federal Reserve System bk Member Federal Deposit lnsuranee Ji Corporation Phone 177-R2 fix :gn -I-ampico Illinois Prophetstown Illinois WARD'S FARM STORE Kewanee, Illinois Phone 2 5 93 Avery Farm Equipment Farm, Home and Dairy Supplies F ree Demonstmtions See the Representative Compliments of JUDGE J. P. WILAMGSKI Kewanee, Illinois ANDERSGN I ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES Home and Commercial W'iring "You phone for us and we'll 'wire for you" Phone 2 754 Kewanee, Ill. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 0 Sewing Machines 0 Vacuum Cleaners 0 Repairs I 9 Dress Forms 120 North Tremont St. Kewanee Illinois .-g, Fl""'llO"i1 "W I 011111, EYER'S FOOD STORE Every Special Day of the Year 4 Ari I J' Meats - Grocerles A150 Pottery - Frozen Foods - 535 Rozell's Sealtest Ice Cream LAKE STREET FLORAL 5? COMPANY Quality Higher Than Price Airways ala Dial 2780 . .X Kewanee Illinois Armawan' mmms WILSON 5 SOLIDAY ELECTRIC STORE FARM EQUIPMENT General Electric Appliances OLIVER and CLETRAC elf vga 0 XVater Heaters l Q Furnaces Cost Reducing Farm Equipment 0 Stoves 9 Deep Freezers 'ia Phone 264-R-2 P. L. XVILSUN , , Prophetstown Illinois Phone 1202 Annawan, C011g1'at11lari011s and Best IVisbes BROWN RADIO SHOP To The . O . Graduates of Annawan High School RADIO ' ' ' and MOLINE TELEVISION SALES and SERVICE DISPATCH Phone 2609 Your Family Newspaper Annawan Illinois Over 90,000 Readers Daily THE STATE BANK OF ANNAWAN 4. A Bank as Modern as Tomorrow In Its Arrangements, and in Its Services. QL, 4. COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES elf .llember Federal Deposit 171.T1l1't177C6 C 07'p01'l1fi07I FEDERAL-NORTH IOWA CO. Grain - Feed - Seeds Coal - Salt I-Iyline Chickens Phone 33 Phone 411 Annawan, Illinois Mineral, Illinois DR. W. F. TYLER DFNTIST Prophetstown I Illinois OFFICIC OPEN SATURDAY ILVFNINGS Other E'L'677i77g5 by App0iIIl7lI67lI Only YOUR HOME I-IOG MARKET ALXVAYS A GOOD MARKET ra HENRY COUNTY MARKET ASSOCIATION Cambridge Illinois F. C. DEWEY C. L. PROILSCHOLDT Phone 311 Lumber - Grain - VVire - Coal Feed - Seeds Swift's Fertilizer - Building Material MINERAL ILLINOIS BILL ELSEY CHEVROLET :If CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE ol? Phone 17 ATKINSON ILLINOIS CO.I1PLl.flIlENTS OF HENRY COUNTY OFFICIALS A 'M R. AI. Everett .,..,Lv...C. ....C.. .C...I,. S r arcfx Attorney judge Vera Binks ,..,.4..... ,,..,.LL.. C ,IOYHIIDY I Hd ge VViIIiam Cochran ...,...... ..A.., C 01l7lty Treas111'er Harold Bloomberg ...V..,, ...,....,. Roy A. Palmer ...,....,.. ..., Comzty Cleric Sheriff D. N. Lord .......... .,,...,.... C firvzzit Cleric Arthur L. IYhite ....,,. .....,,.. S npr. of Schools Ralph N. Cole ................,....,....,.. ..........,...., ............. 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