Arcola High School - Torch Yearbook (Arcola, IL)

 - Class of 1955

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CIu.4LG,1f.iAjt' OuUa1IvLem1CUUfmrU., chool Ualemlar of 1954-55 ,,w ,,.. Q August 25 Junior and Senior Registration. 26 Freshman and Sophmore Registration. 30 Opening day ef school. September 6 Labor Day. No school. lh Senior class pictures taken. 15 Finishing class pictures. 17 First football game with Moweaqua. We won. 20 B team beat Lovington here on our own field. 2h St. Elmo football game. We won. 27 Fresh-Soph game with October 1 Homecoming. Game with Bement. We won. Doris Johns was our Homecoming Queen. M Fresh-Soph team beat Bement. 7 Arthur forfeited their game to us. 8 No school. Teacher Institute. ll Fresh-Soph game at Arthur cancelled. lb Freshman class party. 15 Game at Cerro Gordo. We won. 18 B team game with Cerro Gordo. We won. 12-O. 20 Senior play tryouts for nPapa was a Preacher.n 22 25 Play practice started. 29 Game cancelled with Assumption. November B team game with Sullivan. We won. 5 Varisty football gmne with Sullivan. We won. 10 Pep assembly in afternoon. ll Football game with Tuscola. We won. 31-lh. 12 Everyone excited. No studies. Towns people came out and we had a big assembly then paraded through town. Went to a combined party with Tuscola in the afternoon. 15 Play practice. 16 Juniors got classrings. Wonder how their pocket book feels? 18 Chamber of Commerce, football banquet. GAA girls served the dinner. 25 Thanksgiving vacation. 26 Still vacation. ecember 3 Basketball begins. Game with Arthur. We won. 6 Senior class pictures came. What a suprise! 7 Basketball game with Atwood. We won. Record dance --:"""" after game, sponsered by Letterman's Club. 8 Dress rehearsal for Senior play. Lot of funny looking people. 9 Senior class play. 10 Senior class play. 13 Football banquet sponsered by Country Charm. 16 Seniors decorated Christmas tree. 17 Basketball game at Cerro Gordo. We got beat. 18 GAA football banquet and Christmas dance. 20 Game with Monticello. We lost. Record dance sponsered by Letterman's Club. 20 Out for Christmas holiday. 27 Won first game with Maroa in Monticello tournament, and won. 28 Played Unity in holiday tournament and won. 29 Basketball game with Argenta in afternoon semi finals. Played Roberts Thawsville for championship. We won. First championship we've ever won in basketball. anuary 3 Vacation over. Back to school. 7 Basketball game at Newman. We lost. ll Basketball game at Oakland. We won by one point. l Basketball game with Villa Grove. We won. 1 Basketball game with Tuscola. We beat them. Record dance sponsered by Letterman's Club followed the game. 21 Varisty game at Bement. Varisty won. B team lost. 22 Spanish Two Class, went to Chicago to see Jose Greco and his Ballet at the Opera House. 2h Okaw Valley Tournament at Sullivan. Won first game with Atwood. Dorothy Jacob was chosen to represent Arcola at the Okaw Valley Sweetheart Dance. 26 Game with Newman, we won. Team will play in Semi finals. 27 Sharon Guppy was named recipient of DAR award. 28 Basketball game with Cerro Gordo. We lost. Will play for third place Saturday night. 29 We beat Tuscola and won third place in the Okaw Tournament. ?ebruary Band Festival at Newman. Basketball game with Sullivan. Dance afterwords. 5 Ann McCoskey, Sharon Guppy, Mickey Strader, Larry Bushu, and Phyllis Younger, went to All State. 8 Basketball game with Arthur. 12 Okaw Valley Sweetheart Dance at Villa Grove. 13 Basketball game with Oakland. Dance after the game. 17 Douglas County Chorus Festival at Newman. 18 Game with Tuscola. Warch 8 Basketball Banquet. 10 No school. 11 Lions Club Show. 11 Lions Club Show. 17 District Solo and Ensemble Contest 18 FFA-FHA Plowboy Prom. 29 FHA Daddy Date Night. 31 Junior Class Play. April 8 No school. Good Friday. ll No school. 15 Freshman class party. 16 GAA Dance. 26 Vocal Concert. 29 Junior class party. ,J:l!P May S 6 10 12 13 19 22 27 FHA Style Show. 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It is the duty of every worthy United States citizen to avail himself of knowledge that will cause him to help chart and direct American ideals over the rough seas of social, economic and political venture. The American public high school is an institution wherein American youth can learn basic fundamentals. It is every citizen's privilege, right, and duty to avail himself of its teachings. It deserves parental support and punil respect. C2gEgp?GK547' Ralph A. Osborn Shurtleff College University of Illinois Butler University PRINCIPAL Anything worthwhile is accomplished by sweat and toil-- and will be remembered with a feeling of satisfaction in years to come. As each student looks back on the pages in this book, may they do so with a feeling of pride that they gave of their best, and reaped a profitable harvest. Working together, attaining valuable experiences for the good of ourselves as well as the good of all, should be the key to any cooperative enterprise. I honestly pray that this year's Torch has measured up well, and may be a source of pride to all--today and tomorrow. year's edition J E Lynch Illinois State lormal University University of Iowa Western State College d University of Illinois Congratulation tiiizggftsff and heir sponsor on this X Board of Education Back Row: J. V. Fishel, Earl Keal, Charles Herrington, Paul Hudson. Front Row: Charles Harshbarger. Alva Young, John Hilgenberg. 1- V N154 SECRETARIES X, Q Nj gl wk X Elise Scott Joan Stewart V- Miriam Arensten 3, A, F - University of Illinoisx . Xgipy University of Havana XJANV Enfllsh-Spanish fWQW Fonior Class Plny Director GS Senior Class Advisor gig Louid Baker B. 5. Ill1no1s State Normal Universlty Coach-Boys P, E, -Drivers Traininr Freshman Class Advisor v fff 9 f QT W 5 5 X F J ,, mg Veda Ballein ' B. 5. Illinois State Normal Un M. 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W. 5 X1 ,f ix. , ' Z N X ,ff A ff Q I i ' f N f- ' 2 l ' ' 'T f Q XX 66 x f z X X FX Q S X XX , , 1 I XXX XXX Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Roger Logan 17 English Math Science Agriculture History Football 1, 2, 3, A Class Play 3, A FFA 1, 2, 3 Torch Staff A Arco-Lite 3 Class Officer 1, 2, A Student Council A Kay Eversole 17 Science Math Foreign Language English Home Economics Social Studies GAA 1, 2, 3, 1, GAA officer Lp 2, 3, 4 FHA 1, FHA Officer 3 Class Officer 2, 3, A Queen Attendent A Class Play 3 Band 1 A Chorus 3, A Ensemble 3 A Arco-Lite 3 Torch Staff A Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Byron Little 18 English Agriculture Science Industrial Arts Social Studies FFA 1, 2, 3, A FFA Officer A Class Officer A Torch Staff 4 Terry Clark 18 English Science Agriculture Industrial Arts Social Studies Lettermens Club Basketball 1 2 2 Football 1, 5, 5,35 L' Track 1, 2, 3, A Mixed Chorus 3, Boys Chorus 3, L Chorus Officer L Queen's Court 2 Class Play 3 Class Officer 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, A Arco-Lite A A ,AJCM xg, ww JSJWJ Wa Roger LCSW Byron Little Pfeswdfnf Vice-Yrcsicxevft Senior Uffwers aw N LTCEZQ Q Kay Eversole 'IQWX UNK 5 ecfetavy TQLZBUYQY 37.33 fvdew-"f QQMM Name Mary Armer Name Larry Bushu Age 17 Age 17 Majors Home Economics Majors Math English Science Commerce English Minors Science Minors Social Studies Math Industrial Arts Activities GAA 1 Activities Football 1, 2, 3, A - FHA 1 Track 1, 2, 3, A Name Age Majors Minors Activities Ronnie Cain 17 English Agriculture Industrial Arts Science Social Studies FFA l, 2, 3 FFA Officer 3 Class Play 3 Arco-Lite 3 Torch Staff A Basketball 1 Band 1, 2, 3, A Mixed Chorus 3, A Boys Chorus A Band Officer 3, A Class Play A Lettermans Club 2, 3, A Camera Club 2, 3, A Arco-Lite 3 Torch Staff A Queens Court 3 Basketball Manager A Name John Connor Age 17 Majors English Math Science Minors Agriculture Social Studies Activities Football 1, 2, 3, A Camera Club l Camera Club Officier l F.F.A Band 1 M Elly HVITIOY' I.9I'Yy Buslm Ronald Cain John Connor Name Phyllis Cunningham Age 17 Majors English Social Studies Minors Foreign Language Typing Home Economics Religion Activities GAA 1, 2, 3, A FHA 19 2: 3: I+ Torch Staff A 1 Name Sue Guppy Age 17 Majors English Science Social Studies Home Economics Minors Foreign Languages Math Activities GAA 2, 3, A FHA 1, 2, 3, A FHA Officer 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Glee Club Officer 3 Mixed Chorus 3, A Ensemble 1, 2, 3, A Dramatics Club 2 Class Play 3, A Torch Staff A Arco-Lite A Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Sharon Guppy 18 English Math Science Home Economics Foreign Language Social Studies GAA 1, 2, 3, A GAA OfficerA FHA 1, 2, 3, A FHA Officer 3 ClassOfficer 3 Queens Attendant 1 Class Play 3, A Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Glee Club Officer 3, Band 1, 2 Band Officer 1 Student Council A Arco - Lite A Torch Staff A Ensemble 1, 2, 3, A Mixed Chorus 3, A Lilly Daily 17 History English Home Economics Science TYP1US FHA 1, 2, 3, A GAA 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2 A x wk ,0 1 XOVOV-Lg,a1"'Lx B xx ' 90 0- ioLi3, l3l1YlllS Cunningham 9 Sharon Cuppy fi My Ulf gf f Sue Guppy Lilly Daily D ,X Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Glen Douglas 17 English Social Studies Commerce Industrial Arts Social Science Math Football l, 2, 3 Barbara Fitzgerald 18 English Science Home Economics Math Social Studies Art FHA 3, A GAA 2, 3, A Camera Club 3 Arco-Lite 3 Torch Staff A Band 1, 2, 3, 1., Band Officer 2, 3, L, Glee Club 3, A, Mixed Chorus 3 Ensemble 3, L Name Age Majors Minors Jerry Douglas 17 Math English Social Studies Industrial Arts Activities Class Play 3, L Name Age Majors Minors Activities Camera Club 1, 2 3, A Torch Staff H Gayle Gilbert 18 English Math Foreign Languages Science Home Economics Social Science GAA 1, 2, 3, L, GAA Officer A FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA Officer l, 3 Class Officer 3 Class Play 3, A Camera Club 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Mixed Chorus 3 Ensemble 1, 2, 3, A Torch Staff A Gian Douglas Barbara Fitzgerald QW J M C If M6 zir NV Yr .df 125 ff? We ayle Gilbert Name Floyd Gillenwater Name Age 17 AgB Majors English MaJvrs History Industrial Arts Minors Math Minors Science Name Age Majors Minors Activities Activities Class Play A Football Manager 4 Activities John Guvot 18 English Math Agriculture Science Social Studies FFA 1, 2, 3, A Football 1 Band 1, 2, 3, Class Play 3, L A Name Age Majors Minors Activities Nina Goff 17 English Home Economics Math Science Social Studies Com erce GAA 1, 3, h Girls Track 2 Varsity Cheerleader FHA M Camera Club 3 Camera Club Officer Torch Staff M Class Play 3, M Chorus 1, 2, 3, h Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, M Soloist M Arco-Lite Officer 3 M Rosamary Hawkey 18 English Math Home Economics Commerce Social Studies GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 1, , A Chorus 2,3 1,2 L K FIQYJ Ginenwate mm csuyor Nina 601010 Rosemary Hawlfey Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Gale Hopkins 18 English Science Agriculture Industrial Arts Social Studies Football 2, 3, A Boys Chorus A Mixed Chorus A Band 1, 2, 3, A Band Officer A FFA 1, 2, 3, A FPA A Track l Class Play 3 Doris Johns 18 Math Home Economics English Com erce Social Studies GAA 1, 2, 3, A FHA 1, 2, 3, A Chorus 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 2 Class Play 3 Camera Club 2 Torch Staff A Queen A Cheerleader 3, GAA Board Membe FHA Officer A Mixed Chorus 3 Arco-Lite A A r 2, A Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Dorothy Jacob 18 Home Ec. Math English Social Studies Commerce GAA 1, 2, 3, A GAA Officer A FHA 1, 2, 3, A FHA Officer 2, A Camera Club l, 3, A Camera Club Officer B-Team Cheerleader l Varsity Cheerleader 2 A Senior Class Play A Queen Attendent 3 Torch Staff A Chorus 1, 2, 3, A Mixed Chorus 3 Natalie Keal 17 Foriegn Language English Science Math Home Economics Social Science FHA 1, 2, 3, A FHA Officer 3 GAA l, 2, 3, A Camera Club 1 Glee Club 1, 2 3 Mixed chorus 3 ' Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Torch Staff A GRIC HOPKINS Doris Uzshns Dorothy 321601, ly WWW f Natalie Keafpxgxj Name Norma Key Name Age 18 Age Majors English Majors Math Home Economics Commerce Minors Social Studies Minors Activities Activities GAA l, 2, 3, A GAA Board Member 3 FHA l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2 Name Byron Kuhl Name Age 17 Age Majors English Majors Social Studies Commerce Minors Math Minors Industrial Arts Social Science Activities Football 2, 3, A Activities Janet Koger 17 Math Home Economics English Commerce Social Studies GAA 1 2 3 4 FHA 1: 2: 3: 4 Chorus 1, 2 Arco-Lite A Torch Staff N Larry Love 17 English Commerce Social Science Math Industrial Arts Social Studies Football l 2, Torch Staff 4 Lettermens Club 3, A Novma Key BW. mm Janet KOQG Larry lov Name Ann McCoskey Name Bob Moore Age 17 Age 19' Majors Math Majors English Home Economics Science Commerce Social Studies Social Studies English Minors Math Art Minors Science Industrial Arts Activities FHA l, 2, 3, A Activities Football l, 2, 3 A GAA 3, lv Football Captain A Chorus 19 2: 39 h Track l, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 3, A Lettermens Club 2 3 A Ensemble 3, A Lettermens Club Officer Cheerleader 3, A Arco-Lite 3, 4 Class Play 3, A Arco-Lite 3 Queens Attendant 2 Chorus Officer Name Donald Leroy Moler Name Janis Pfeifer Age 17 We 17 Majors English Majors Commerce Social Studies Social Studies Math Home Economics English Mingrs Science, Agriculture Minors Math Industrial Arts Science Activities FFA 2 Activities GAA l, 2, 3 FHA l, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Ensemble 1, 2 nm MCQM, Robert MQ., DOY! Molev Janis Plceife Name Albert Porter Name Jim Pullen Age 17 A89 17 Majors Agriculture Maj OPS Math English Science English Minors Science Industrial Apts Minors Social Studies Art Activities Football 1, 2, 3, A Activities Band l, 2, 3 A Basketball l, 2, 3 camera Club i, 2, 3, L, Track 1, 2, 3 FFA 1, 2, 3, A Lettermans Club Torch Staff L Class Officer 1 Arco-Lite 3 Name Age Majors Minors Activities Alice Rippey l8 Home Economics Science English Commerce Social Studies GAA 2, 3, A FHA 1, 3, A Band l, 2, 3, A Arco-Lite 3 Torch Staff 7+ Junior Class Play 3 Class Play 3, 4 Torch Staff L Name Shirley Romine Age 17 Majors English Home Economics Commerce Minors Math Science Activities GAA l, 2, 3 FHA 1, 2, 3 2, 3, A Kgfffnj fx? f fffbf,h J V X01 Hlbevt POYtCV ' f . 0 ,' Mm gf JJ mg mice Rippey Zim Pulfen Shhriey Romme Name Age Majors Minors Activities Name Age Majors Minors Activities Duane Sanders Name Maxine Sandiford 18 Age 17 English Majors English 5C1?nCe , Home Economics 300131 Stlldles Social Studies Commerce Industrial Arts Minors Math Math Art Activities FHA 1, 2, 3, L, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Captain A Lettermans Club 3, A Lettermans Club Officer A Arco-lite A Pat Shafer 17 English Home Economics Commerce Math Science GAA 1, 2, 3, 1, FHA 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 Library Club 1, 2, 3 Library Officer 2, 3 Camera Club 3, L Camera Club Officer 3, A Arco-Lite 3, L Glee Club 3 Mixed Club 3 Name Ted Shields Age 17 Majors Agriculture Math English Minors Social Studies Science Activities Football 1, 2, 3, A Basketball 1, 2, 3, A, FFA l, 2, 3, A Lettermans Club 2, 3, A , W 5 LVL. IVAQ Lffxj WWA Mvfp :A Jn I " . ll I' it ff" Qf ' ' Duanii Savnlevs Maxine Sanclilforcl fy fkwiiwibwx WW Patrm Shaker Rd Shields Name Bob Smith Name Mickey Strader Age 18 Age 17 Majors Science Majors Math Math' English English Agriculture Foreign Language science Minors Social Science WiUOPS 500181 SCieHCS Activities Football 1, 2, 3, A Activities Football 1, 2, 3, A Torch Staff A Football Captain M Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 H Boy's Chorus A Track 1, 2, 3, U Class Play 3, 4 Lettermens Club 2, 3 Band 1 Lettermens Club Officer Camera Club 1 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3, A FFA 1, 2, 3, A FFA Officer 2, 3, A Student Council A Boys Chorus 3, A Mixed Chorus 3, A Name Betty Vickroy EgZg?L?EZfi U M Queen's Court 1, Age 18 Chorus Officer A Majors English Home Economics Commerce Minors Science Social Studies Math Activities GAA 1, 2, 3, A FHA 1, 2, 3, A Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Glee Club Officer 3, A Mixed Chorus 3, A Junior Play 3 Senior Play A Arco-Lite 3, A Ensemble l, 2, 3, A Name Wayne Waldron Name Jim Wightman Age 18 Age 17 Majors English Majors Agriculture History English Social Studies Minors Art Social Studies Minors Industrial Arts Activities Basketball 3, A Science Library Club 3 Library Club Officer 3 Band Council 3 Activities FFA 1, 2 3, A Band 1, 2, 3, A Junior Class Play 3 Football A Basketball 2, 3 Football 1 , 4 Robeft Smith M icheal Stracler Q! NN WW ,ww Beffy Vicxroy Cofbw g 7X WHYHC XAXGHYOTX mm wightman Senhn' Autographs QQ! iwwpiw' AW' WW QR 21-fi . QL1-dqvxfggiqaixg its QW diff W if Wwhlfwa ig uW WHS" E gk cigar' 9 CMW w?S WW X Qwfwf, vw? Wa H M MSM f?-,gf M 96-:EQ QM WWZZJ PWM 4' T 42 Gif Qf, 6,267 ' 44 Www Wdifff S4-44 awww enior Blass Hi tor when we seniors entered our first year of high school we were as green as all freshmen. We selected green and gold for our class colors and UGreen but Growingu as our motto. Our class officers for that year were: Jim Pullen, Presidentg Mickey Strader, Vice-Presidentg Jerry Douglas, Secretary, and Roger Logan, Treasurer. when homecoming rolled aroung we elected Sharon Cuppy to be our Queen's attendent. Her escort was Mickey Strader. Our float won first prize in the Homecoming parade that year with the slogan WEat Um Up So we Can Crown. In the spring we had a backwards party and played all the games backwards. How- ever, when we left school for the summer vacation we did not feel as Nbackwardu as we had at the beginning of the year. when the class came back as silly sophomores the next fall there were still fifty or more of us and we had a noisy first class meeting. Mickey Strader was our president that year, Doris Johns our vice-president, Kay Eversole our secretaryg and Roger Logan was re-elected treasurer. We added to our first year motto and made it WGreen but Growing Riper". Our flower was the apple blossom and the colors were black and white. At the homecoming meeting we elected Ann McCoskey to be our Queen's attendent. Her escort was Terry Clark. In November we had a farewell party for Jim Reimer who was moving to Kansas, Illinois. Junior officers were elected that spring in order to have things better organized to start school next year. They were: Mickey Strader, President Sharon Guppy, Vice-President, Kay Eversole, Secretary, and Gayle Gilbert, Treasurer. When we came back to school the next fall we settled down to a busy school year and began scheduling all kinds of money-making activities. when homecoming time came we elected Dorothy Jacob as our Queen's attendent. Her escort was Larry Bushu. The big argyle sock on our float that we worked so hard and long on was blown over by the wind, while in the parade, before it even got up town. In November we had a roller skating party. It was held at the Silver Star Skating Rink near Nattoon. we went on a school bus and had lots Our two biggest projects, next to the magazine The first event was our class play, WCheaper by the greed was a big hit. We had decided earlier in the instead of the customauy trip to Chicago. The Prom of fun. sale in February, came in the spring Dozenn, of which most people a- year to have a Prom for the seniors was held in May at the Garden Room of the Urkana-Lincoln Hotel. We had a delicious meal and a very entertaining program at the banquet. Bob Norman's band furnished the music for the dance afterward. We are very grateful to our class advisors, Mr. Dunn, Mrs. Halverson, and Mr. Chris- tensen, for the help they gave us during our eventful junior year. Forty three students made up our senior class. The class officers were: Rog- er Logan, President, Byron Little, Vice-Presidentg Kay Eversole, Secretary, and Terry Clark, Treasurer. Our Homecoming Queen was Doris Johns. Her escort was Co-Captain Mickey Strader. Her senior attendent was Kay Eversole whose escort was Go-Captain Bob Moore. Our float WWe'll Net The Bulliesn did not place in the parade. The senior class play Wraps was a Preachern eoualed the junior one in being a fine presentation which was perhaps due to the excellent directing of Miss Arent en who directed both of our plays. In March we staged a variety show and dance to add some funds to our treasurey so that we could take our long awaited senior trip in the spring. Norma Key Bob Smith Lilly Daily Kay Eversols 5o'J . Hour L gfon Little is a famous hog, ln Ag, he is the teaoher's pride end The gglrls he loves to tease, Lets hope they all don't give him the 'oree-Le. H O G - A Ea 18 S t n 5-Hn Vlciloskeg 8 Al!-gzheogaamfgr Who has many a pal. A b A Ci, eni atemep Lxn Oakland lad is this girls e 0, foo an Of- Ulffetney L We 911 Know her fate' He For-tball Hrcofafysl Jule, fi o E' Pr- St 31,n'l.s xiieier on of our cler-,X A 3:8 bear' gow. Pesijsid Wait lent to ities-Ka to oeteh QQ? MU- alwaen seem dpca, ent ent en!! ln xff-fYQ:l,'iV' clue-5 ahevwzzs is oreoww 1 ,tl ,Hema 'YS sfrfe dln 1 ' , 1 'V '5Jf3'5931909G in ixleskae, she 009510 ' peelifldid 5 Bob S t C0 M . W ,N - U Oo gy C xi nav a ieithiul oano ulemoer D H X on J, Sn 1 - re l 1 edaspheeh with our olessn sincioi tiene, first Jeotember. He 'Idler MSS I ' l lub activities 306 LOYC '5 3 H .1 V 1- .. di ' i I2 D C 'we Know that to her much Credit 15 due. 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'VLBQ-,W In class duties she is no shirker. swell As to her future, it is undecided, ' lr. .aw But she is a person who is farsighted. , , 'SSW' 359' 7 f .1 . . '75 If 'I ,09 f These llttle llnes are about ever lad and lass Yffyf? Q, ,f Y , . YQ.. 5 X ,H Who are part of our Senior Class. "QdX'g'.,i ax f, We hope you like them fine, ' ,. K ' J. 4 nk, iv ff Uovm to the very lest line. We are saying adieu to our high school davs, li? For we are gqoinq to see how the future lays. Briqht or dull, long or short, we'll make it the best. And remember our school chums and all the rest. enior Class Will We the Senior Class of 1955, being of sound mind and body, Que thinkj, do hereby declare this our Last Will and Testamentg And now to our respective heirs we do bequeath: Mary Armer wills her senior locker to Quiteria. Larry Bushu wills his leadina role Papa to anyone who can handle the job Ronnie Cain wills his old girlfriends to Edward Ashley now that he is en gaged. Terry Clark wills his girlish figure to Ronnie Uphoff. Phyllis Cunningham wills her different crushes every week to Ellen Kay. Sharon Cuppy wills her pleasing personality and ambitions to Sonja Wirtm Sue Cuppy wills her new hair style to Brenda Biggs. Lilly Daily wills her quiet ways to her sister, Ethel. Glen Douglas wills his typewriter parts to Miss Ballien. Jerry Douglas wills his low voice to some freshman who needs it. Kay Eversole wills her shy ways to go with boys to Linda Thompson. Barbara Fitzgerald wills her sax appeal to anyone who can use it. Gayle Gilbert wills her sewing ability to Nancy Bolen. Floyd Gillenwater wills his bookkeeping ability to anybody who wants it. Nina Goff wills her fllrtatious ways to Donna Mosley. Rosie Hawkey wills her good luck to getting a diamond to Joann. Gale Hopkins wills his hair to Coach Baker. John Guyot wills his careful driving to Dick Prout. Dorothy Jacobs wills her cheerleading ability to Georgia Herrington. Doris Johns wills her ability to start going steady in the latter part of her senior year to Phyllis Younger. Natalie Keal wills her heirht to Helen Dazue. Norma Key wills her talent in office machines to Willie Key. Janet Koger wills her quiet ways to Barbara Harris. Byron Kuhl wills his ability to cut stencils to any junior planning on taking office machines next year. Byron Little wills his ability to study in sixth hour study hall to any- one who can use it. Roger Logan wills his roaring Chevi to Don Vandiveer. Larry Love wills his ability to leave typewriters in working condition to Jack Barnes. Ann McCoskey wills her ability to do the Samba to Connie Johns, Don Moler wills his detasseling ability to Elby Wallace. Bob Moore wills his ability to get excused absenses to Dean Sanders. Janice Pfeifer wills her ability to get married to Sharon Bennett. Albert Porter wills his ability to get along with people to Carl Hudson. Jim Pullen wills his ability to go with junior girls to Alden Nay. Alice Rippey wills her quiet disposition to Tom Cox. Shirley Romine wills her chair and typewriter in the commercial room six periods a day to Miss Ballien in memorial of the Class of 1955. Duane Sanders wills his ability to go steady to Jack Fishel. Maxine Sandiford wills her steady going ways to Phyllis Vickroy. Pat Shaffer wills her gum chewing ability to Sandra KOPP. Ted Shields wills his studious ways to Rock Hudson. Mickey Strader wills his athletic ability to Norman Strader. Bob Smith wills his ability to get along with girls to Tom Cox. Betty Vickroy wills her ability to zo steady with one person to Sonja Wirth Wayne Waldron wills his artistic ways to Jerry Gibson. Jim Wightman wills his height to Tim Monahan . To Mr. Lynch we leave all of our free time, he can certainly use it, To the Janitors we leave the scraps from the torch. To Miss Ballien we leave all of the broken typewriters. To Miss Scott we leave our deepest appreciation on the work she has given us during our High School years, especially on the torch. The foregoing Last will and Testament was signed, sealed, published, and declared by the above-named Senior Class, in the presence of wit- nesses, this twenty-ninth day of February the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and n55n. Rosie Hawkey Larry Love Nina Goff Duane Sanders Gayle Gilbert Ted Shields Maxine Sandiford John Guyot Floyd Gillenwater Lass Sm-:ef CHo1d My Handl Goodbye, dear old school of Arcola, So long to your green ivy walls. we'll miss your study halls, Even your noonday meals---Arcola High. Goodbye to our class room instructors, and all of the studies within. The knowledge we've gathered'here we'll use in a future year---Arcola High. we'll miss, The ball games and the set rules, And even pathways to school Yes, we will miss it all. So long to the people we've met here, Cause we know we'll miss them the most. Since it is time to go, we'll say goodbye to Joe---High School Goodbye! Terry Clark-Chairman Barbara Fitzgerald Sue Cuppy Doris Johns Mickey Strader Pat Shafer Bob Moore Wayne Waldron Gale Hopkins D. AR- RION MJARD SHARON CUPPY BARBARA FITZGERALD MERIQAN Eason WARD MICKEY STRADER DORIS JOHNS BAND AWARDS 4 years Larry Bushu Barbara Fitzgerald John Guyot Gale Hopkins Albert Porter Alice Rippey Wayne Waldron 2 years Sharon Cuppy 1 year Kay Eversole Ann McCoskey Samoa Awnnns SCHOLASTIC AWARDS 5 years Gayle Gilbert Doris Johns Q years Sharon Guppy Kay Eversole Barbara Fitzgerald Dorothy Jacob Bob Smith 2 years Larry Bushu Natalie Keal Ann McCoskey l year Sue Guppy Byron Kuhl Roger Logan Jim Pullen CHORUS AWARDS Q years Sharon Cuppy Sue Cunpy Gayle Gilbert Ann McCoskey Natalie Keal Betty Vickroy Dorothy Jacob 3.xaa:a Nina Goff 2.32325 Kay Eversole Barbara Fitzgerald Bob Smith Terry Clark Bob Smith Mickey Strader Larry Bushu 1 year Gale Hopkins I BOY'S STATE 1954 Larry Bushu-Sponsored by-American Legion Mickey Strader- Sponsored by Lyons Club Jerry Douglas- Sponsored by Hindsboro American Legion ALL-STATE CHORUS ALL-STATE BAND Mickey Strader-Bass Larry Bushu-Trombone Sharon Guppy-Alto Ann McCoskey-Soprano The Arion Award is a national award that is given to the outstanding senior who qualifies on ten merits of judgment. Among them are outstanding musical ability, outstanding music- al nerformance, better than average scholastic standing and co-operati n above normal duties. This award is given by the Band Boosters Club. The two seniors who have received this award in the past were Barbara Connor in 1952 and Glenn Jale Fair in 1953. How We Looked Then President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer 1 e U I: , Q- ., . i,5 1 . K Jiml Mickey Jerry Roger pu11en Strader Douglas WMF l i3J Logan V, fxix s w ag V I ., .,.. Vt .1 ks r . f erre 1 r re L L ga gggg EMMMG , 'S iii? Q ,. ".iA6gQi ,P-, P, , Jim Mary La y Ron lie Wightman V ibl ?M?ckp0y Armer Bushu Cain , errerer : A. -rkf ' i , '- P l EF, R :.Q E5sfb r e r E Eg ii Qwgl mfg: at Bob? 'fier y John Ph 1'11B Sha 1- Clark si. ron Connor Cuopy HL r so rf S 1 :4 V J : L ue Lilly ale i r Cu Patty Kay Bar-Dara ppy Daily Dougias ,Shafer Eversoie Fitzgerald Gayle Rosemary D 1 I I fl? Gilbert Hawkey Hopkins Jacob Jggn: NI-232116 E338 bbbq 5 .11.,:, .,b, I 1 ler , W V r , r ' eereee T or Q - s ::'A l e s as s Q Q H! l 2 elelrr'e r re .3 e f if lm 1 r X- gz' o ..: l 1f:.: .Q H . s J uelz Byro By :PPI g 7 l 5 3 Koger Kuhl Little Lizzy Bo Margaret Janis Moore Perkins Pfejhfep ET 1 sa , E so eere f Albert Alice Shirley Duane POPVH' Smdiford Rippey Romine Sanders X 2 X' ' fnnuons , U R VB X xwdb X Z2 3 'Q if-ff"' '!", cis, O Q O G G Q Q2 1 Q Nfl' C!!! Q - D JM J gl 2 is 16" Q , C Junior Class -: , .Q :L Q , as E is K W W' L 'W ' an if 1 Dean D66 Sanders Lindenmeyer fwif K m,, yiwmf . , I 5, Remoevr WWW' 'rkiasuke P Phyllis PN Fizafl Pkgitag eu 1- 5 'EQ RETR R9 HISTORY We juniors entered high school on August 31, 1952. The class of W56U then consited of 19 girls and 24 boys. At our first class meeting we elected class officers Dean Sanders as President, Phyllis Vickroy as Vice-President, Dee Lindenmeyer as Secretary, and Denny Johnson as Treasurer. Our Homecoming Queen's attendent was Carol Bilbrey and her escort was Dee Lindenmeyer. Our Homecoming Float for that year was cal1edWRocket to Victoryn. we had a class party in the highschool gym in January. When we left school for summer vacation we were more intelligent and ready for our sophomore year. Our class officers for the sophomore year were Dean Sanders an President, Jack Fishel as Vice-President, Phyllis Vickroy as Secretary, and Denny Johnson as Treasurer. Our homecoming float was WWe'll Flush Down the Oaks' Linen. In November we went to Mattoon roller skating as a class party. Our class officers for this junior year, which we elected at the end of our soph- more year to make things easier for our first class meeting this year, are Dean Sanders as President, Jack Fishel as Vice-President, John Vanvooris as Secretary, and Phyllis Vickroy and Dee Lindenmeyer as Treasurers. We had a special meeting in September to order our class rings. Our Homecoming Queen's attendent was Gale Evans and Dean Sanders was her escort. Our homecoming float was WWe'll String up Another Victoryn. We won nothinf on it. What is ahead of us we haye no knowledge of, but we are eager to find out. 5 x 7: Qs Vmt Qpla M so .,:33i5SwQLl llgiv X ...., 2, 5 9 wx ,, f . he ee w!: fe ff' Mu' ff- K P Yhu f2?,:gjS3i5f' 61? iibxlgmggg " 2-fsfffie W ffm 5555946 C QQ l aff 2 x Jim Ed Adams Ashley N A AVV: XAAV , :WYWES Mary Larry Carroll Cox Q 1 up W Q Vera Roger Drake Foss Melvin Denny Janes Johnson Paul Linda Rippey Thompson il,gvagg IIEQ Elby Wallace C' '9f:.S"a - B' 'X ., Q AQ I ,, I F9 if Q 8 , f R ' ,V f-in .,. ' Jack Barnes Frances Crist Ronnie Gibson Mary Key an , V K aging .4 m2+ 'Q l g, Ronnie Uphoff it y may ? V, ,-Q I Sonja Wirth Carol Bilbrey Barbara Curry Barbara Harris e " Y - ZEN 4. S Xxxi :ge Q RK Q BYPOD Donna Bradford Bright Danny Helen Curry Dague Joan Carl Hawkey Hudson exif 1 2 lg Sqmli B B ig Wilma Carl Dick Key LOUSUHPY Prout 'd, 1 5 Don John Jim V9nd9VeeP Van Voorhis Vogel ywg sSgQmQ SE 4 fl K ' C iv Ep, W. Bill Phyllis Young Younger If Qi' WW, vm ,,:, . ,Ii J! fi!!-lf fff'-X- xx 1 ,, --W 67 41 x xx EQ i J cfm? - .XX 2- --.. "'-"3 ---- ' ,, ,- A gin! SOPHO BRO RES Q O O O O 0 0 x xX x lM 3 - ,F 2 rw 17'- ' , ig - ffl 5 Q' X 15 ' l C ffl"-5- f X 'X -g'ilnr4:., , N -Y -lg?-g ,f C K ... K. 0 Y H Ml -N?'-Ss. giq X I Lophomore Cas Larry fl ilaswa :.: Jane q,y'eQHE Smart Ande rs on , 'PRE at , - ,ga z- Bill Perkins VlC.E' PRES! DENT SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY Last year, as the saying goes, we were, nGreen Freshmen.N Our clas d ' " s a vlsors were Miss Olson and Mr. Soelzer. Our class officers wereg Audrey Landreth, President, Billy Perkins, Vice- Presidentg Brenda Biggs, Secretary' and Joan Sand T ef TM? - - SIDENI, lgz Se-e. Teens , ers, reasurer. We selected Audrey Landreth as our Hom ' ecoming Queens Attendant. She chose Tim Monahan as her escort. This year, as NSilly Sophmoresn we electedg Larry Anderson President, Billy Perkins, Vice-President, and Janet Smart, Secretary-Treasurer as our class officers, with Mrs. Shields and Mr. Dunn as our class advisors. At Homecoming we elected Brenda Biggs as our Sophomore Queens Attendant. She chose Billy Perkins as her escort. Although we did not win a prize with our float, nWe'll Pin Them Down,N we all had fun , . he are looking forward to next year as WJolly Juniors.n ,,,,.- el"4:'L P'-fiffsiafifg aQfff Viz, Z All fa x K 9 1 fn -xi. msgs, ., ,Ari Q ' K x , " M 4. ., g J be a 'T , 3 T W is bbgl g, if Lmm . affix , X ' 9' lf or HX M Stan David Quietepg Robbie Ray TOrn Brenda Louise Allen Armer Ar-mer Arrol Ashley Atkinson Biggs Bright 5 4,4,:VVV :il K .5452 , ,. , W :i ng 7 r .kk.1., . in ' ig J K ....,, . 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LLLLL' K , ,.-,-YL,...-e 4 1. , -W -5 1.-Z -xmf-X5 Fra hmen Class s1,,:j :-: if PR E S 1. D E N T T 2 5 5 5 , M ,si Q Q 2 lg .,:- Q r5,fK,,l,,. ,. MW. , H123 .1 .K an ai e Q, F 4 Norman Strader uses? PRE51DEN1T HISTORY Sharon Bennett 552. -- TREES, Early in September of l95L, fifty-two new high school students came to Arcola High School. We all started in to high school very green but also very excited and thrilled. After a few weeks we were and able to walk into study hall without an upper-classmen. For the class officers of our first Lyle Johns as presidentg Norman Strader, Bennett as secretary-treasurer. Our fre and Mr. Baker. able to find our way around falling all over ourselves or year at high school we chose vice-presidentg and Sharon hmen advisers are Miss Olson We decided to have pink and black for our class colors. The class flower was a pink rose. Georgia Herrington and Eddie Harshbarger are our representatives to the Student Council. We girls were all excited about the a lot of fun and we all enjoy G.A.A.. G.A.A.initation, it was all Then came Homecoming time. Connie Johns was chosen to be our attendent. For our float we used the theme WThey can't stand the press uren. The theme was carried out by using a pressure cooker on the float. Our class was very proud when our float won Second prize. We have all enjoyed our first year and are looking forward to next year when we will be silly sophomores. ai' HF if Xl ll M1 1.4 r A, jx S V Q - 51 nr? 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Gibson A D. Sanders 332' 9 T. Clark Wwmmwm w J. F1shel B. Kuhl .Ih- mi R. Uphoff Love OOPS Strader n T. Shields Logan Center Bradford Center J. Connor Center E. Wallace Lindenmeyer lifiv +-Wm-Q-www-LN w E mm waz W4 S as M V C 0 E S CY' Hsst. Coach Sim A C H VISITURS 14 QUARTER P QD" gigs? 48 'Q X , is V4 X 'X Q., 4 ,,4,. .' N -an f Ox, Cheerleader Var ity DORIS JOHNS PEGGY PHILLLHS DOROTHY JACOB ANN MCCOSKEY ' Uillll GEORGIA HERRINGTON JOAN SANDERS PATSY COX CONNIE JOHNS 1 fx ,Q Q iw X X X' Q NX Sgwmm, 5 2-ff Ffeff . X X ' 5 I it ,Maw W l , U T f . sa A s 'W M iw- ,g wg N , Q ' fr ,Lf f It if K' ' W VM. W 1 ,v,.4..w1,.:,, Mg 5 QW A, Z , , s 3' 2 ' 1 5' A S f ' 2 2 , f? 1,,sg':,zW-M ...M , A . 1 V 5 ' 5 il -1? ..W.W, ' ,KE . u w. , 2 W -2 zKW1'2:,f:5gQi 353545,-f-.x Y 'MWJHM5' if if 1 3-35 A Q ,' ii if M ,mf V , yd V W iffllfifff A , - ,V .W .3 . AW . Am K ,A Q Q G EZ, :NEW 121.gif ,WE f ak V 2. N g X ' ,i xr. W 55' VY? Lk W? W 2 in .,, V N f f an 1 . A M iv A X 1 .Y 'Af QVY13 , X 1 rg 5 ,fm ' W A ,iii My K 'z w 3 1, . , - iw, , 1' 7 ,,fN"4 v - 13 rx x W , , 4 4.44 W x ,Q 5 U - , ggfwm , 3 -.,. fl Nz 'ff 4 gk A S2 , kf., A Z1 . 2 f f S Q NSSC mx K by Q A f X M w X M Q x gk X. N Sk x k X f X fl ,F tw' xx P -4 if as 1 If xl , , , W ,' , H 4 AZ. ,. U Q? .355 3 WW! 4 5' f 3 is 1, 5 if 5 41-'L . ' 3 51.1 5 if if 5 Ziff W., A -f 1. agurilw Ax ,f-1 mv 3 Var ity Club ,Y 9 A 4 f-3 Left to Right lst Row Coach Baker, Dean Sanders, Bob Moore, Jack Fishel, Coon Sanders End Row Ronnie Uphoff, David Uphoff, Paul Rippey, Donnie Vandeveer, Elby Wallace, Byron Bradford, Larry Love 3rd Row Denny Johnson, Gale Hopkins, Larry Bushu, Terry Clark, Mickey Strader, Danny Curry, Roger Logan hth Row Jack Barnes, Ted Shields, Tim Monahan, Wayne Waldron, Dee . Lindenmeyer, John Van Voorhis, Bob Smith Left to Right lst row Manager D. Curry, L. Johns, P. Monahan, C. Gillenwater J. Van Voorhis, R. Arrol, Manager J. Adams 2nd row Assist. Coach D. Davis, N. Strader, J. Clark, T. Romine, B. Perkins, S. Allen, D. Mullikin, L. Foltz Wlghtmen T Clark Lindenmeyer Fishel Sanders GAA A T 'ff lg 'Y X Maxazo CHORUS UWT! -X Q- ffl' Q? Cxyvg C44 83 K Q Q 6 v all Q QA 1530 K '9 XIII! Q9 Z C206 436, 4 40 '90 'K L' fsox QQQEOV 'XO 5' v G? bob Q9 5 QQ 94 Ji., - JOHN in -Qhli '- it kg T32 'sp M1111 D ICJ fix' .E 'W Q Q f f W WW 5 'j DOROTHY - ANN f X 1 ' 1 Rosen - Nmn -fru- X X2 MQUQD l Z5 XX M I-IIRRY ' Sl-IHRON L-pnpp, -. Nxcvl-een! PAPA WAS A PREACHER A Play in Three Acts BY Alyene Porter Edwin Porter CPapa!. . . . Pearl Porter CMother! . Hugh Cthe eldest son! . . Cecil ia senior in high school!. . Raybon lthe Don Juan of the fam1ly!. Janette Cyoung and romantic! . . Edd Chandy with a camera! ...... Alyene Qthe young Porter who quoted Shakespeare! Helen Ludlow Ca charmer! ...... Jenny Smith . Ktwo smitten girls! Lucy Smith . . Jeffery Cole lalso a preacher's son! . Miss Jonas ian opinionated maiden 1ady!. Bride ..... Cjust married! Groom Director. . Larry Bushu Sharon Guppy Mickey Strader Jim Pullen Roger Logan Gayle Gilbert Floyd Gillenwater Sue Guppy Nina Goff Ann McCoskey Dorothy Jacob John Guyot Phyllis Cunningham Betty Vickroy Jerry Douglas Miss M, Arentsen EIQT BARS 1' stzbfllmb Q 95,2 wopzv- woelzv !.' ll RT nuns avnvm- NlN9 I n -R0,v,v'esi'0S DQQQF H Eiii: 5112 li- , TORCH STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF4Barbara Fitzgerald ASS'T EDITOR-Larry Bushu BUSINESS MGR.-Gayle Gilbert ART EDITORS-Alice Rippey, Nina Goff, Byron Little ATHLETICS-Larry Love, Jim Pollin, Doris Johns FEATURE-Sharon Guppy, Natalle eal MUSIC-Sue Cu py, Gale Hopkins PHOTOGRAPHY-Borothy Jacob Ronnie Cain SNAPSHOTS-Jerry Douglas, Albert Porter TYPING-Janet Koger Phyllis Cunningham ADVERTISING-Bob smith, Mickey sorooor LITERATURE-Kay Eversole, Roger Logan ADVISOR-Mbiss Scott GD CRQCQ 336966 UI, i ! A " 1 5 Pnlrrs DORIS -' FUNK- RRR?-9 N l Su f QD AQSIL SUE f-lLBSRrx TXS v-E' ZF! 6R11 c,B Abs fvuckey - E506 1. are '-Ty eng? 13- qEl ,4- d LL! 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Ellmyi ' Cf- ,M.W Q, , fy, ,,,,,q,H, Q R.,mA,m ' f,,-x.,,W,fl ,Q Q, , Hwy' fgg, ,fig -+----ff' 1 xt, k g , SSN Q -Q lv ,i EW' fifi C ' A f- -sa"-W4 l 4 W! www MW ' ' 'W K V, I gi, ,Q ' 1 -MM gm q ' ' ff if i f ' 1 , ,E ' E2 " 5515 1 il "'1'M""W eg ,W Q fi Q i 'lx ,li an I' x -3-1-Nx,'hp.,,4m,u,.-,.....,f. -- ,A- -.g:,Q::g:...5,. ,W ,-, V llebhm Vlarffm Queen and Court Homecoming Ili - lit 1 A Football Banquet Q'- Christmas Dance l NHRNA of 909 Joyce .mf TED COACH Us DEANIE ? EONNIE COUN TERRY THE B095 JANET DE SGS CA 05 DOT JOAN QRENDA ROL 0 DA""w SHARON pm tudent Council I Front Row-Mr. Lynch, Jack Fishel, Dean Sanders, Phyllis Vickroy, Roger Logan, Sharon Cuppy, Mickey Strader. Second Row-Georgia Herrington, Audrey Landreth, David Herrington, Lyle Johns, Larry Anderson, Eddie Harshbarger. In l9h9 Arcola High School organized a student council. For some reason this organization was short lived and was dis- continued after a year or two. Since 1952 it has been talked a- bout and discussed with no particular interest being showed by the students. Last year an attempt was again made to organize a council, but it too soon lost its incentive and so died by the wayside. This year, 19514-SS, the council idea seems to have taken hold with more enthusiam. Classes elected council members at the same time they elected class officers. During the year, the main pro- ject has been working out a satisfactory constitution for our adoption prior to presentation to the student body. We have also made tentative plans for assembly programs for the 1955-S6 school year, and plan on having two representatives attend the State Student Council Convention at Peoria April 22 and 23. The student council is a national organization for the welfare of the students in a school. It's purpose are: to establish higher ideals of conductg to train ourselves to live usefully in a democracyg to encourage student participation in all school activities and to create a s 1 it f p r o under t di b t f and students, S an ng 6 Ween aculty Future Ilollygmalgqr' ol' American First Row - Left to Right - Mrs. Lois Smith, Advisor, Brenda Biggs, Secretary, Carol Bilbrey, Presidentg Doris Johns, Vice President, Joan Hawkey, Treasurer. Second Row - Dorothy Jacob, Parliamentariang Barbara Curry, Historian, Mary Key, Degree Chairman, Phyllis Vickroy, Public Relations, Harriet Miller, Recreation, Janet Cox, Project Chairmen, Patsy Cox, Degree Chairmen UPPERCLASSFKEN First Row - Helen Dague, Rosemary Hawkey, Janet Roger, Maxine Sandiford, Ann McCoskey, Linda Thompson. Second HOW - Barbara Fitzgerald, Phyllis Younger, Sharon Cuppy, Alice Riopey, Norma Key, Nina Goff, Lilly Daily. Third Row - Betty Vickroy, Sue Cuppv, Natalie Keal, Gayle Gilbert, Kay iversole, Phyllis Cunningham. UNDERCLBSSMEN N First Row - Left to Right - Phyllis Stewart, Donna Wood, Joye Brandon, Shirley Carlberg, Peggy Phillips, Marquitta Herrington, Second Row - Louise Bright, Connie Johns, Nellie Perkins, Marjorie Chumbley, Nancy Boland, Ruth Ann Keal, Ann Laymon. Third Row - Shirley McNary, Kay Clark, Donna Perkins, Patty Ellison, Chlora Chapman, Margaret hompson, Kay Waldron, Barbara Janes. Fourth Row - Betty Laley, Lavoice Key, Diane Myers, Ellen Cunningham, Mary Jane Idleman, Virginia Connor, Mary Lou Stillwill, Janet Smart. EH.A. H ISTORY Our F.H.A. this year has forty-two old members and eighteen new ones. Our advisor is our Home Ec. teacher, Mrs. Smith. We are proud of the fact that this year our F.H.A. float won third prize in the Homecoming Parade. Following the custom of F.H.A. we went to the church of our choice on the Sunday of F.H.A. week in October. Our Plowboy Prom for this year will be held on the 18th of March. The candiates for Queen are Sharon Cup y, Betty Vickroy Doris Johns, Dorothy Jacob, Ann McCoskey Peggy Phillips, and Brenda Biggs. The candiates for King are Terry Clark, Ted Shields, Byron Bradford, Rogeg Logan, Gale Hopkins, Denny Johnson, Byron Little, and Mickey Stra er. id,lllJlEl!lIlnlH5!il'll5ll r, ront How: L. to R.: Bill Beyers, Allen Navel, Larry Shafer Jim Clark, Burt Fiddler, Nonman Strader, Charles Moler. Middle Row: L. to R.: Ronald Hudson, David Uohoff, Charles Anderson, Myron Shonkwiler, Donald Hall, Lloyd Little. gigkM2ggL L. io R.: Donald Wilson, Tom Cox, Eddie Harshbarger an, yle Johns, Jerry Thompson, Max Carey. Sept. 179 195k ' ' Nov. 2, 195k . . . Nov. Zh, 195k Nov. Zh, 195k Dec. 1, 195 Jan. M, 1955 Jan. S, 1955 Feb. 15, 1955 Feb. 18, 1955 -v""1e"f""5'i Lia:-Ji-r' f n ep." 9.- :P fl 0 VKQ 5 U 0 ,-is-4 -.44-WAAL fx Ji? zfr'nf f2f1"u .ifcbul 0 ,,f'., x ' L o r n 0-,h ya L :gli :D -r J- on -CTM, N 9,, I.Cff1!ll1Vll5Ei .Election of officers .Greenhand initiation . . . Election of Jr. officers . . .Beginning of pest contest . . . . .Trip to International livestock show End of pest contest I I : danbnrger fri for sinners of pest contest Parent k Son Banquet . .Joint meeting with F. H. A. 18, , g o o 0 e 0 9 Q o Prom GAA. Uifiuer KB, k G Opqia Herrinvton Freshman, BettY T Row: Board Memh9rS 9 3 . JD 7 Q . Lggey, Sophomore, Mp5,,ErQwn, AdV1SOF, Dorls Johns, S-D1OF, Barbara Curry, Junior. F 1 . 1 G'lb rt Secretary Kay NGTSO ea Bottom Row. Officers, Gay 9, 1- 9 ide t Shargn Guppy Treasurer. Presmdent, Dorothy Jacob, Vlce Pres n a ' Upperclassmen Front Row: Sonja Wirth, Barbara Harris, Ann McCoskey, Joanne Hawkey, Janet Koger, Rosie Hawkey, Helen Dague Second Row: Barbara Fitzgerald, Nina Goff, Frances Crist, Alice Rippey, Phyllis Cunningham, Norma Key, Vera Drake, Phyllis Younger. Third Row: Sue Guppy, Carol Bilbrey, Phyllis Vickroy, Natalie Keal, Mary Key, Wilma Key, Betty Vickroy, Mary Carroll. Underolassmen First Row: Marguite Herrington, Peggy Phillips, Charlotte Key, Pat West, Shirley Carlberg, Joy Brandon, Donna Wood, Phyllis Stewart. Second Row: Rita Vandeveer, Ruth Keal, Morjorie Chumbley, Janice Clark, Shirley NcNary, Connie Johns, Patsy Cox, Louise Bright, Ethel Daily, Sharon Bennett. Third Row: Parbara Janes, Leah Wightman, Donna Perkirs. Janet Cox, Nancy Bolir, Kay Waldron, Kay Clark, Cathy Partlow, Barbara Connors. Fourth Row: Nellie Perkins, Patty Ellison, Janet Cox, Joan Sanders, Patty Harris, Janet Smart. Audrey Landreth, Chlora Chapman, Virginia Franklin. Top Row: Mary Lou Stillwell, Virginia Connor, Janet Cook, Brenda Biggs, Mary Jane Idleman, Harriet Miller, Ellen Cunningham Dorothy Wood, Diane Myers, Lavoice Key. 44 1 ,- Ngsgl -, faq' G. A. A. HISTORY The G. G. A. got off to a fine start this year with 56 old members and 29 initiates, Our first project was a Sock Hop held in the high school gym since we were broke as usual. At the first regular meeting Homecoming committees were announced and board members from each class were elected. Initiation was held Wednesday October l3. Also during October we started our after school playdays and had a food sale. AL the November meeting we planned our Football Dinner Dance. At this meeting we also voted to make it a tradition for initiates to wear fornals to the dance. During January and February we all worked on our points. In March we had more playdays and nlanned our formal initiation with a dance following. At the formal initiation we elected next year's officers All we officers and seniors who are leaving you this spring say, WGood Luck and keep up that old spirit.W Gayle Gilbert, Secretarv 35: x gt E ii 4 Q x g Q, Q it X sf X2 3 X . 'N R , W If UWM- 3 in S265 5, W, ,YA Y? ,Q i" 6555. mf. aw? N Q, Q. ' A ix Q A 'ww ,.4. A K A A - - . W :iw f A QR ' - I 3-ffm 'A f - it - L , A 1 .1 R , f i 3 f M+...f? -- W Q, , Wy Sw A 4, iff? -f A N gg- WT"w'T'ii ' 1' M ' K 5 Q' A T 'if fx , . x L 1 ,jv k is Q, ip Y J 1 1 if f y V f . 'J' A wif WNW W -M ' -, in-v' 1, A.,, . , img , i ' ,sf " , ,E A , ., :M , ,,, , ,L ' Nm is - K my 4 V I fpw ' K I 'T-.in V x QM Band Ufiicer -. Ya - ----.v - ----ff -f--1 ' "-Wu: --'--"- Fitzgerald, Treasurer' Larry Bushu, Vice-President. Second: Lew Wlngler, dustodiang Phyllis Younger, Librarian, Bob Vyverberg, Custodian, Joe Gaylord, Librariang Jim Vogel, Custodian. oloists 1 First Row: Phyllis Younger, Helen Damue, Larry Foltz. Second: Alice Rippy, Barbara Fitzgerald, Chlora Chapman. Third Row: Joe Gaylord, Ronnie Uphoff, Albert Porter, Gal, Hopkins En emhle Left to right-Janet Cook, Leah Wiqhtman, Marcaret Who1PS0n, Beth Hall. Left to right-Barbara Fitzgerald, Arthur Beazley, Virginia Connor, Lloyd Little. Left to right-B111y Byerly, Left to right-wayne Waldron, Dick Weller, Jim Vogel, Karen Morris, Joe Gaylord, Ronnie Vyverbera. Larry Bushu. En emhle Left to ri"ht'A11f:e Tfuppey' Left to rioht-Larry Weller, Pew 55111, Devi,-2 men, Helen Derma' Linda Thompson Dorothy Sltz. Front row-Linda Connor, Left to right-Nancy Keel, Chlora Chapman, Jim Foltz. Back row- Jo Elaine Eoots, Bob Vyerberq. llrum Majorettes fgffiijiffj M ki' M MQW' W 3 WT' Hmrri Jo 'Pa-:ISU C ox e-r Mane-.F uxyiv' if My K NW P252 QWZEM Bright f, V ll' I HI First Row: Ann McCoskey, Ruth Ann Keal, brank Vandeveer, Miss Keeney, Director, Larry Foltz, Louise Bright, Ann Laymon. Second Row: Kay Clark, Alden Nay, Allan Navel, Marion Cothran, Norman Strader, Patsy Cox, Georgia Herrington. Third Row: Janice Clark, Pat Harris, Larry Kearns, John Buyot, Carl Hudson, Nina Goff, Phyllis Younger. Fourth Row: Diane Myers, Betty Vickroy, Gale Hopkins, Terry Clark, Dave Herriqnton, Joe Gaylord, Donna Mosely, Sharon Guppy. Fifth Row: Sue Guppy, Natalie Keal, Bob Smith, Larry Bushue, Wayne Waldron, Jim Vogel, Mickey Strader, Gayle Gilbert, Kay Eversole. Glee Club ..,,, - ---- --1 -- ---- --f --vu---1 -uvu vvn. Peqqy Phillips, Donna Wood, Miss Keeney, Director. , J , Second Row: Ann Laymon, Dorothy Jacobs, Barbara Fitzgerald, Louise Bright, Ruth Ann Keal, Linda McAvenue, Ann McCoskey. Third Row: Georgia Herrington, Kay Clark, Janet Smart, Joan Sanders, Audrey Landreth, Janice Clark, Fourth Row: Pat Harris, Lavoice Key, Diane Myers, Dorothy Wood, Virginia Connor, Nina Goff, Virginia Franklin. Fifth Row: Donna Mosley, Sue Cuppy, Ellen Cunningham, Gayle Gilbert, Natalie Keal, Harriet Miller, Kay Eversole, Betty Vickroy. Hoy Choru First Row: Sharon Guppy, accompanist, Frank Vandeyeer, Maroin Cothran Miss Keeney, director, Norman Strader, Alden Nay, Larry Foltz. Second Row: Larry Kearns, John Guyot, David Herrington, Joe Gaylord, Carl Hudson, Alan Navel- Third Row: Gale Hopkins, Bob Smith, Larry Bushu, Wayne Waldron, Jim Vogel, Mickey Strader, Terry Clark. Boy Quartet Mickey Strader, Bob Smith, Terry Clark, Gale Hopkins. Girl En emhle E i x First Row: Ann McCoskey, Ann Laymon. Second Row: Georgia Herrington Ruth Ann Heal, Barbara Fitzgerald. Third ROW2 LO11iS9 Bright, KH?-' Egversole, Harriet Miller, Phyl Younger First Row: Kay Clark, Audrey Landreth. Second Row: Sharon Curpy, Betty Vickroy, Janice Clark. Third Row: Gayle Gilbert, Natalie Keal, Sue Cunpy. I,fibI'ilI' ' Club Nifs Olson, Xdvisorg Sandra Koppg Helen Damue, Frances Crist, 'fllllllf 1 1 " 'I"l flllh lst Row: Denny Johnsong Maxine Sandifordg Mrs. Shields, Advisory Virginia Connorg Dean Sanders. 2nd Row: Reta Vandeveerg Dorothy Jacobg Patsy Coxg Frank Vandeveer Audrey Landrethg Barbara Connors: Narquitta Herrington. 3rd Row: Phyllis Youngerg Betty Laleyg Marion Cothrong Carl Hudsong Jim Adamsg Janet Smart. ' nth Row: Larry Kearnsg Albert Porterg Pat honahang Jerry Douglasg Tom Atkinsong Don Wilsong Ronnie wierman. '-Tn, H IGH "J Q 3 Jw UMM X J -Q f 1 ' S f"" 3 iii? ,, , ,XLT W "1"..:1-1--- H1 A -- .-gg-5? T' ' X . A- fig --:HES Zfkf.. FW V Q i A 'X '1 if ' -VpV,Y' T ff'-fjig X -""iQe-! .-f-""'-ff eih!---WYYVVVY , fl' Y liiX: X Sf R qv- it L if-,,., ---.,,.--L,L Qg I 5 ' X c,.! . t- 1 4 a' -iL-- L New 'Sify ff? . UIC' 5' 55 U MRS. BARRICKLOW'S EIGHTH GRADE ,if QW a x an is at my 'rx 'immwialf +- rWm4w 4 V 3124 15- -. ,:.:,-4-., mafia , ,sk , in .,'- mea am? Mkriwi ' 2? 5' ' -5 Left to Right lst Row Sue Anderson, Barbara Bivgs, Larry Bowers, Charlotte Bunten, Gaythel Burgess, Janet Carlberg, Barbara Carroll, Wayne Cothron. 2nd Row Bob Cox, George Dunham, Shirley Fletcher, Larry Guyot. 3rd Row Jo Elaine Boots, Oretta Hudson, Charles Stewart, Danny Strader, Bob Waldron, Faribell Idleman, Dorwln Kopp. hth Row Glenn Little, Jerry Mallady, Joyce Navel, Robert Rogers, Margaret Russell, Max Shaw, Loretta Spaulding. vga, W. 7 'N I Wy ' ,1 fv 3 , j Y ,g J x KW ff :Qi J 4' Q f P vfiffinii :-g , vi 'Z 1 yn fx, 'T' fl' nv .g' ' or ' . A I i ,I arhqqvir V - . g, 1 o f 'l"" L I-14A L., "L 'X fs P... Nwdgi X, p I. MR. LUNDY'S EIGHTH GRADE , ' J' J - . f, Hs , In S 'E J '--ff' 4' , 'IW' ' Q- .S fi fa - 1 - ' : ww .. V J' Q ." S ' Q Y KT' 'ii , ., w,,...".. mi 5: in K t 'kf'- ' f., Q ,ws Left to Right lst Row Sandra Anderson, Art Beazley, Jim Binford, John Beyers, Mike Cook, Jim Cox, Tom Cox. 2nd Row Judy Davidson, Delbert Davis, Jerry Dowell, David Ellison 3rd Row James Foltz, Mary Gooch, Joyce Good, Gery Gross, Ed Hein, Arvin Lyon, Karen Morris. Lpth Row Joan Murphy, Dennis Myers, Jack Phillips, Dorothy Sitz, Rosemary Soupis, Kathleen Thomas, Mary Thompson, Sth Row Peggy Titus, Dorothy Vandeveer, Bob Vyverberg, Larry Weller, John wood, David Wright, John Young. ff' J A ww. If ,kilwiiifaf MR. MORRIS' 7th GRADE :f 5233252 . Q , ww' f. liassiz 3i'1,'U 1175? 'lf:l5i' L - - 'lzmsn UT: 'Sr 299: 5 5 '7'-1531: A ??"F?': - A . .n s-53:2 .aw 5 is . - 1 waeflsf Left to Right lst Row Lianne Allen, Phillip Anderson, Benita Bushu, Henry Carlberg, Dixie Chapman, Billy Connor, Bobby Coombe, Patsy Wood. 2nd Row Johanna Good, Billy Harshbarger, Joseph Hawkey, Gary Howery. 3rd Row Beth Hull, Alice Jacob, Nancy Keal, Duane Koger. Lth Row Jimmy Little, John Lynch, Joe Monahan, Andy Shields, Sandra Sisk, Ann Smart, Linda Stump. Sth Row Lew Wingler, Wayne Younger, Kay Bright, Harold Johnson, David Newman, Linda Fletcher, Nancy Goff. HEI 'KULIIEIII E Legt to Right Wltq "u" ' illy Harshbarger Larry Weller Art Be 1 B b w John Young, Joe Monahan Ed Hein Bob vxeggergo aldron Strader, Bob Cox, Dave Ellison, Bobert Rogers, eoach 1 Left to Right Ann Smart, Karen Morris, Bobbie Sue Biggs, Beverly Johns LIGHTWEIGHTS lst Row Left to Right Jack Phillips, Jim Little Lonnie Sparr, John Byers, Jim Benford, Henry Carlberg, beach Morris 2ond Row C J D well Fred Shields Dick Weller Ronnie Tom ox, erry o , , , Vvunrhnra Rah CODIIIYJGB MQ F Aoveansuuef fff f 9 cog Q imc? ff?-- W ' gig Ext LUl'Il'Ae W A"' ' -f' -9- '2 -.Z - a.'f:tI-ne frammi cnc. fphhek' r 1 my xr Da, 35 -6.1-peso. y S-!5-f' S... 'CQ 'Pane IH QM Cs. pfe ve rx -Db-,l,IeeLe- .,.X.,,....,-IXA, 214.582-X fo' AH5 , j 5t,,def-fsff gEE2irs.ai J' . ."'??' Q56 il o'f'y Q' Y Q 4, V' CY Afssufy 5'Pe:. 'fir neo D 5:2 I- 81 M SWEET SHOP FINE FOUNTAIN SERVICE HOME MADE ICE CREAM - DANCING NIGHTLY ART'S BETTER HOT-IES SHCP ART LINDSTROM SHBP IXT HOLTERMQNS WSSQLQEQFANK lllllll I I ' I y 'X X f APPROV D s nvucg 1 M09 -' O70 S 79081111 1 ABC U LA MUTUR SALE K THOMAS F. MONAHAN 0-nesxuem TH E - . 1251-QQQM Qfwff D A me .: A L--if ARCOLA LUMBER co. John jones, Mmm Lumber and Bulldmg Material ARCOLA, ILLINOIS M -of A nf: 11 fu A MHHQM III' P K H GOHlJON'S CLEANERS gi WARREN MRTRR SALES 5 4 . KMA, -L XL- F M, A A, A 3 A X A A X ', v nf f' XV, A ,f""R,e , ', Q . X 1 vm ,f'W"W fgpns HILLER'S ' H A E.. A f A S Mobiiubrlcation Haitian 3 Eiiffi Phone 76 Arcola, Ill ffZ A SQ 1 I I I ' KKK' 'I LOGAN'S JEWELRY s'roRE A11 kinds of gifts From Fountain Pens To Diamond Rings HOBILGAS SERVICE --Best Wishes-- A R R O L D R U G S 'Cosmetics -Sundries -Prescriptions 'Drugs -Fountain Service ARCOLA COAL AND OIL COMPANY ,f-slill, fQN x gcegif J , WILLIAM L. ROLLINGS REPUBLIC NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Complete Personal Insurance Phone 175 Arcola, Ill. .d. c fn l H Q I3-1, L, " vo, l em: Ll SMITH BROS. TRUCKING ARCOLA, ILLINOIS TP . COMPLIMENTS OF ' y .o,.' u"l1':Jm."n M A Q , :4,E,. - .-1'.f-ft!!- MACE Sd as 81.00 STORE . U l'90ff'o:flfN Sv 1 34' 7 - M P-IV'-I 60TH YEAR IN HINDSBORO 60TH YEAR IN HINDSBORO KEITH EVERSOLE Hardware R Appliances LYLE EVERSOLE - FARM EQUIPMENT ITIINAYIONAL NAIVISYII Phone 3 Hindsboro, Ill. Phone 7 Hindsboro, I11. FACTORY SALES, I . 8 C "Your Complefe Homefurnisbings 5103? HARDWARE -- HEATING -- PLUMBING PHONE 2 SHEET METAL WEIRK AND 5uPPl.lE5 ARCOLA, ILLINOIS 1' fr ,T MX-. ' L L Rl s5CARPm111Qh GENERAL HARDWARE Ifxfii-Aifi ' UNO,-EUM H TILE HOMEFURNXSHINGS 9 5' Q FAVORITE HOUSEWARES Sf'-HGENT PAINTS 47 XX CHAS. NEESE AND SONS GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF WILLYS Sales and Service DICK RIPLEY INSURANCE AGENCY pH0Nl-: 142 HINDSBORO, ILL. HINDSBORO, ILLINOIS P1071 5 ye ep ' - 5 L J x 4' H 8a H W 1 Best Wishes 'U Service station 61, 0 From The Modern Cabins C R RD-HERA AR on Eco LD U. S. Route 45 J. D. Bailey and P. A. Lindenmeyer Dhone 110 Arcola Ill. Printers Publishers U ' E 0 I. FINFGELD SHOE STORE 'Qg' Q4 W, Q" Serving the shoe needs of Arcola for- Ml? N 'I over- SO years. Home of Red Goose, Ill : Grace Walker, 85 John C. Roberts Shoes. LLOYD'S RADIO SHOP msvlsrou AND SERVICE Atv 'QQ l'A SPARTON AND HOFFMAN TELEVISION WILLI AMS GRAI N C OMPANY W.R.Harvey C.W.Ven Gundy, JP. Kemp Filson DIMOND BROS. AGENCY COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE where Protection Tells and Service Sells Phone 30 Arcola, Illinois John B. King Hindsboro 8 INSURANCE T H AT REALLY INSURES unningham ngmeenng Co me R - -Q65 e , . 'QQ 1: 'W iw' . Q- 4 V ' Ur MQ cg, D. C. KAGA CO. FOREST SIS! GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 3 fx-'f' Well-Groomed Women Everywhere Depend Un Professional Beauty Gare .! JETTAE BEAUTY SHOP 55 ARCDLA. ILL CUPPY MOTO11 ALES FORD CARS AND TRUCKS ,Wa ARCOLA, ILLINOIS HCIH ANDY 5 4 3' BEN '-fy.-"J . P- -s.p.I,' WR- -FI' .' - .', . 5 1' 'u " Ir, 1.--u-:JF HAXZ MILL GRAIN - FEED ' EGGS TELEPHONE 3051 SISK'S GROCERY and FILLING STATICN PHILLIPS 66 GAS and OIL T L 3 w.R Q,-fd. KR' AND CHAS. ,510 5,4 A 4 Rasa- W, Main Street 'N' -13 5 01 Phone 132 J V4 '- fl KEENEY'S PASTRY SHOP - QUALITY BAKING Donuts-Sweet Rolls-Pastrie Agso Special Orders You'11 Know It's Fresh JOHN C. BEASON watch and Jewelry Repair AT LOGAN'S .TEWELRY Arcola, Illinois if ix .Sig ', .g afmfffe e W G!! MP5, KING mos. . JI-I .J INTERNATIONAL-HARVESTER .' I A - . - - A-1 1 Sales Service 'ivy m,::':::,:2?g':4AL Arcola, Illinois X...vf""' Phone 595 ARCOLA ELECTRIC SHOP I f K HOTPOINT APPLIANCES x S John Curry Prob. xy Arco1a,Il1inois Phone 251 N7-'fix' 7' TMP!! 29,112 ckfcllcell gl A 45 DOUGLAS COUNTY SERVICE COMPANY ELMER BIL HZIEY lllllll Compliments WALTON OIL CO. Arcola, Illinois Phone 422 TI"I E THOM PSON STU DIO BOX 384 ARCOLA, ILLINOIS 5f.L1B?L2 Q f 'ION oi I BLAASE IMPLEMENT CO X l! Route I Phong ARCOLA, ILLINOIS - CLYDE Goon gf '-T..'1' EB! GROCERY ' in-I E Phone 521 Rt. 133, Arcola MEATS-CANNEDGJOODS-VEGETABL Wx N xx ' I fllpiiq f' Y INNKQ N fzcl' W . ARCOLA CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN CO. ' Phone 20 V Grain and Coal I:-2' I , W ,, Fertilizer i .... Arcola, .ML . Joe Pilbrey , Manager 1 , .nl 4: zu.. 4 On Route 133 --Phone 27 Arcola, Ill. Guzvnomnr , Hamburger O11 Company f ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . - G Hindsboro, lllinois ,...,.,.,,..,,,,,,,...,.- ', 1--l . ,,,,,..,.,,.,,,,,,..,.,, - :ME , "1 2 V iE':'::' f 'X' Distributor Of l7!"F1dfOI'Cl C'f16:VI'fIl 'Dt Ge l"Z.1F'f M . Liquefieciijiigggeunm Gas I s P h A 1 Mobiloil ' lk me sucauvwcuun W 'f'Y'f:.Il1 inois :O QMAMQ, 'AC' 4"lvvw'l's Phone 111 Enjoy Coke with your meal McNABB IMPLEMENT CO. ALLISLHALMERS FARM MACHINERY HINDSBORO, ILLINOIS A MILLER'S GRUCERY AND LOCKER SERVICE PIIGNE L2 A 0 WHISNAND HYBBDDCXDRN CCD ARCOLA,HJJNOH We wish to thank the following professional men of our community for supporting the W55W Torch E. S. ALLEN M.D. J. A. PHILLIPS D.D.Sl J. V. FISHEL M.D. R. A. METZGAR D.D.S. E. J. GROSS M.D. P. R. GREEN D.O. PFEIFER 'S QUA LI TY SEEDS ?MMlLM,,.M,o mlzf AZhv.,, AS,, S- 1W SS,,11w, .-- m.i, on SLLAS , 1S, ,..W,.. .,SS:. . S, 1,,A,., lwmmmv - ??Hqw, i HQYESBFH35 8353 UEHLHDSE.. - I g j'f:g,,'ig:g?i5g . -I ' f f ' Y SS r S SS 11 , f . g 2 'K Q 'wrwifii-'ff HAYES mxU'Fi-iEHS ' .3 - . V M General merchandise - Lfggeg5'i ' ' - L 55 1352 S - - Tffg ,,.. lRffoifl7ff7TTflfiff1 'WAN hS"heWhe". T ro or S 2 135fiTliiiifiigigggSgg,2,3,g,..Q 1 eeee eeeee f wf5, 15615131 I ll . 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