Arcola High School - Torch Yearbook (Arcola, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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We feel that our teachers, who have devoted so much cf their time to us, deserve an expression of our thanks. The entire FACULTY has helped us solve the hardest problems. They have never been selfish in giving us guidance. Much of their spare time is spent in helping us. They have shown us the love and devotion of counselors and friends. we sincerely feel that the advice and wisdom of our teachers will be a great influence in cur lives. We should like to share the final goal of our school days with our FHCULTY. This achievement was made ossible b their P Y help. This book is an acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude. ANNUAL S'l'Al"l4' TORCH STAFF lst row- Dave Herrington, Tim Monahan, Miss Scott, Robbie Arrol, Majorie Chumbley. 2nd row- Ann Laymon, Linda MoAvene, Audrey Landreth, Pat Cox, Ethel Daily, Peggy Phillips, Marquitta Herrington. 3rd row- Janet Cox, Betty Laley, Joan Sanders,Pat Harris, Virginia Connor, Donna Perkins, Janet Smart. Nth row- Brenda Biggs,Bob Curry, David Uphoff,Roy Ashley, Joe Gaylord, Tom Romine, Stan Allen, Jack Browning. MARJORIE and ROBBIE JANET AND JOAN Co-Ed1torS Girl's Sports TOM and DAVE Sports an- 'Crm 'av 49 AUDREY AND STAN PAT AND MONTE senior dgpt, underclassmen PAT AND BRENDA lit r era y JANET AND PEGGY activities VIRGINIA AND JOE band f' TIM AND DAVID business Chorus CAMERA SHY: Betty Laley, Marquitta Her-rinrrton- Ethel Daily. ROY Ashley JACK AND BOB photographers CALENDAR 56-57 August 29. School starts. Back to the old grind!! September 3. Labor Day-No School. 10. Advisory Council Meeting. Elect cheeleaders. Varsity- Brenda Biggs, Bobbie Sue Biggs, Peggy Phillips and Connie Johns. B-Team-Mary Blagg, Ann Smart, Lianne Allen and Linda Stump. ll. Senior Class Pictures. watch the Birdie! 13. Juniors select their class rings. Seniors pick out their announcements. 20. Underclassmen pictures. Say CHEESE!!! 21. Football game. St. Elmo, there. We won. 2b. Freshman-Sophomore game with Cerro Gordo, there. 25. Assembly program. October 1. Football game with Atwood, there. We won. An ther victory. 2. Band Boosters Potluck. L. Football game with Sullivan at Sullivan. 5. No School. Yea! Teachers Institute. 8. Freshman-Sophomore Football Game. Sullivan, here. 12. Football game with Arthur, here. Our Homecoming!!!! Our Queen was Peggy Phillips. He attendants were, Freshman Mary Blagg, Sophomore-Bobbie Sue Biggs, Junior-Georgia Herrington, and Senior attendant-Patsy Cox. 15. Freshman-Sophomore game with Unity, here. 17. Report cards due. Brace yourselves. 19. Football game. Oakland, there. 20. Band Boosters Corn Bread and Bean Supper. ZA. Scholorship tests. Put your thinking caps on. 26. Football game. Oakwood, here. 29. Freshman-Sophomore game. Paris, here. November 2. No school. County teachers meeting. Football game with Villa Grove, here. 3. Dedication of New School and open house. 6. F.F.A. Iniation. 9. Football game. Tuscola, here. We lost. 12. No school. Armistice Day Holiday. 13. School dismissed early due to a faculty meeting. 15. Football banquet. Captains for next years football team announced. Ed Harshbarger and Jim Clark. 21 22 23 27 28 30 December 7. 10. 13. lb. 15. l6. 18. 21. 21-31. January 2. 3. 4. 8 10. 11. 13. lb. 15. 17. 18. 21-25. 23. 28. February l. 2. h. 5. 7. 8. 12. lk. 15. 19. 22. 26. . End of second six weeks. The Cooks splurged, Chicken for dinner and we were still eating when the bell rang. Assembly. The Sophomores gave a CRAZY skit. . No school. Thanksgiving. Don't eat to much turkey over the holidays. . No school. Thanksgiving holiday. . Basket ball game. First of the season. We played Mt. Zion, here. We won by 2 points. . Report cards due. Again? . Basket ball game with Brocton-Redmond, here. Torch Staff Meeting. T.B. Skin Tests. Ouch! Basket ball game School dismissed Another Assembly. Basket ball game G.A.A. Christmas with Arthur, there. early. Faculty Meeting. Everyone take their assigned seats!! Jr. Class Play. with Unity. There. we lost. Dance in the New Gym. Winter Band Concert. Basket ball game with Atwood, here. Basket ball game at Cerro Gordo. Christmas Vacation. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Monticello Tournament. We lost to Monticello. School again. Torch Staff Meeting. Basket ball game with Monticello, here. We lost again. Magazine Drive for Juniors. Basket ball game with Paris, there. We lost 50-h9. Real close game. Parent-son Banquet for F.F.A. boys. Basket ball game with Newman, there. We lost. Winter Band Concert. School dismissed early. Love those Faculty meetings Basket ball game with Tuscola, here. Assembly and SEMESTER EXAMB. End of the first semester. Not long now Seniors. Only one wore semester to go. Basket ball game with Villa Grove, here. Okaw Tourney, Here in the New Gym. Came real close to winning it this year. Got second place. Can't win all the time. Report cards due. Grade School Basket ball Tourney starts at Tuscola. Basket ball game with Bement, there. End of Grade School Basket ball Tourney. School dismissed early. Faculty meeting. Basket ball game. we play Arthur, here. Band Festival here. Basket ball game. We play Sullivan here. Lincoln's birthday. No school. Yipee!!! Basket ball game. Argenta, there. will you be my Valentine? Chorus Festival, here. Basket ball game. Oakland, here. Basket ball game with Schlarman. There. we plan Tuscola at Tuscola. Our last Basket ball game besides the Regional Tournament at Mattoon. Band Boosters Meeting. larch 1 L 6 8 90 ' 13-19Basket ball-Sectional 22-23Basket ball-State xpril 6. 8. 12 17 19 22 26 by 3 7 10. 17. 26. 27. 28. -B, End of the hth Six Weeks. h Regional Basket ball Tournament at Mattoon. Our f1TSt game is with Sullivan. Report Cards due. Douglas County Teachers Institute. Ensemble Music Contest District Music Organization Contest Faculty Meeting. School dismissed early. 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A . A f 5 A v g .4 . Q V . , Q . . , . A . , , , " ff Q . U 4 ,H H ' IN . 5 ' I f n 0, .A VTAAAAA Z ' . 'S ' A "3s. A :A A A - I 4 1 Q . I 1 s - 9 SUPERINTENDENT Elbert Hubbard once said nBees accomplish nothing save as they work togetherg neither do menu. Since coming here almost two years ago, I have ob- served how everyone has adjusted and worked toward the ac- complishing of some desired goals. Many changes and opportunities have come about this past year with our new building and altered facilities , which our annual no doubt will show. You have shown your enthusiasm and appreciation in many ways. You, as students, have come to school to acquire knowledge. Your future will depend on how well you use it. Your future will not be successful if you plow without sowing. You will have a wholesome attitude all your life if you can keep this thought in mindg 'Everyone I meet is in some way superior.n Congratulations to our staff and sponsor! Clyde Browning Southern Illinois University University of Illinois Pauline Lawrence PRI CIPAL Congratulations to the class of 1957 upon your grad- uation and to the Torch Staff for your fine effort in pro- ducing an excellent yearbook. Both accomplishments resulted from hard work and conscientious study. I feel sure you will look back with pride upon your high school years by means of this publication. The class of 1957 is the finest graduating class it has been my privilege to work with. I feel confident that this class will produce many happy and successful adult citizens. The school will feel its loss in their absence, but can also take pride in its accomplishments through this very fine graduating class. WLM Thomas M. Butler Principal htSMcMs Carroll L. Dunn, B-E., M.S. Eastern Illinois State College University of Illinois Senior Class Advisor Student Council Advisor Algebra I II Geometr 1 1 Y Trigonometry, College Preparatory Math Modesta Scott, A. B. James Millikin University University of Illinois Political Economy-American History World History-Torch Advisor Mildred Dennis, B.S. East Central State College Junior Class Advisor Arco-Lite Advisor Arco-Lite, 2nd semester English II, III Carolyn Jokisch, B. A. MacMurray College Valparaiso University Senior Class Advisor Shorthand I, Bookkeeping Typing, Office Machines Violet Whitson, A.B. Blackburn College Wheaton College Director Senior Play Arco-Lite Advisor, 1st Semester Freshman Class Advisor Latin I, II. Freshman and Senior English Evelyn B. Shields, B. E. Eastern State College Camera Club, Advisor Visual Aids Chemistry-Biology-General Science Ruth C. Horrell, B.S. Southern Illinois University Library Club Advisor English II, Librarian Nelson P. Roberts, B.S. University of Illinois F.F.A. Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor Agriculture I, II, III, IV. 'nge Lois Smith, M. S. Eastern Illinois State College University of Illinois F. H. A., Advisor Home Economics Louid Baker, B.S. Illinois State Normal University Coach, Boys P.E. Fresh en Class Advisor Lettermans Club Sponsor Robert E. Sink B.S Eastern Illinois State College Biology, World History Assistant Coach Jean Willmann Anderson College University of Illinois Girls P,E. Sophomore Glass Advisor G,A.A. Advisor Charles W. Reed, B.S. Murray State College Industrial Arts Club Advisor Pep Club Advisor Junior Class Advisor Industrial Arts I, II, III. Marilyn Hardy, B.M., E.D. Illinois Wesleyan University Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Boys' Chorus, Girls' Ensembles Harold E. Scott, B. M. Illinois Wesleyan University University of Illinois Band Booster Club Advisor Dance Band Advisor Band Q W - f - ' 0 , B U Q C 0 s ' C 1 . ,' 3 . .V-, ' - . , Q . . ' ' - . ' , , .' ' , ' , ' ' t. , ' -5' n '- ry 5 . .', . , " 'v' .-."- c J .vf .' 5- , .4 J 1 Q '. 0 ' - -, ' . Q z, , t' . , . . ...k. I g , I Az . J, K- , -'Q A V .Q - , .M ,1' U or '. .. .,. , , . . 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Ofiicer 2,H Commercial F.H.A. l,2,3,kh F.T.A. 3 Camera Club 3 Minors: F.T.A. Officer 3,7-r Minors: Chorus l,2,3,fl- Spanish Queen Attentant 2 Math Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Math Cheerleader 3,4 Home Economics Class Officer M Social Studies Class Play 3,H Arco-Lite 3,h Spanish Club 3 Torch Staff Class Officer l,3,N Pep Club H Social Studies www B' E ff Twggdlgf m?Wf1HgwA F U H Qwiiix N, iwf' Eli :E H R,f2Ef Joe Gaylord PRESIDENT 'X ww. -. f - if was N Y df 'ffffi . 5 Ngii, Jack Browning VICE-PRESIDENT dknhqp. is Brenda Biggs SECRETARY Diane Myers TREASURER STAN ALLEN ROBBIE ARROL Maglglizii Acgivlfitigsil 2 Majors: Activities: as 9 3 Math Arco-Lite Edit r English giL:25fff3n,+ , Science 1 Torch Staffs Edgtog Science Camera Club 7+ English ?Zg.x?1gr3hCgu'g 13 Minors. Industrial Arts Club Foreign Lanuages Letterman's Club E,h Social Studies Pep Club M' Basketball 1'2'3' Chorus 1+ Minors: Football 19293 Latin Social Science Student Council 3 Track 1,2 Class PlaK 3,l+ Pep Club ROY ASHLEY SHIRLEY CARLBERG Madera! P-Cgivitiesf Majors: Activities: r Mat F O USR 1, Engusn G.A.A. 1 2 3 English ootba s 1 Library Club 3 SSTZZZZM1 215551 i'Z'3'l+ Min0rs2 M1 a cn' ' 1 2 Social Studies Spfiish 2' '3 Industrial Arts M5-SOTSSE 1 Library Club 2 3 S 1 ome conom cs 1 c ence Social Studies PSP Club L' Foreign Language Stan Allen Robbie Arrol "L-: . f , .we Roy Ashley Shirley Carlberg MARJORIE CHUMBLEY VIRGINIA CONNOR MHJOTSS Activities: Majors: Activities: English g'g'2' 593 M English Band 1,2,3,k clence ' ' ' u Home Ec. Chorus 1 2 3 H Social Studies giQ25aCg22Es31,g Science F.H.A. l:2:3:N Commercial Girls Chorus 1, Commercial G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 4 N Camera Club 2,3, Minors: ga5SL5:L'ay 311 Minors: Torch Staff L' Math T fog Stsffk Social Studies AMO-Lite 1+ Home EC- 0 C Twirler l,2,3,4 JANET COX PAT CQX MBJOTS3 Magors: Activities: HONG Economics nglish Girls Chorus 1 2 Science Home Economics Girls Chorus Officer 2 English c.A.A. l,2t3,N Minors: G.A.A. Officer 3 , Meth F.H.A. 1 2 3 uigggg Commercial F.H.A. Officer 2,3,N Social Science Social Studies Band H Science Baton Twirler 1,2,3,H Activities: Pep Club H G.A.A. 1,2,3,H G.A.A. Officer F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. Officer Arco-Lite 3,k Torch Staff N FsToAo I+ Pen Club 4 Class Play 4 3 2,3a H Pep Club Officer 4 Queen Attendant H WBN Team Cheerleader 2 Varsity Cheerleader 3 Junior Class Play 3 Mixed Chorus 1,2 Torch Staff 4 Cammera Club 2 Marjorie Chumbley Virginia Connor Janet Cox Patsy Cox TOM CCX BOB CURRY MaJ0rS2 Activities: Majors: Activities: English F.F.A. l,2,3,H Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club Social Studies Math Camera Club 1+ Agriculture English Torch Staff 4 Social Studies Letterman'S Club 3,k Football l,2,3,h Track 1 Minors: Science ETHEL DAILY BEVERLY GUYOT MHJOTSS Activities: Majors: Activities: English G.A.A. 1,2 English F.H.A. N Commercial F.H.A. 3,4 History Chorus M Spanish Club 2,3 Commercial Torch Staff 7+ Minors: Pep Club N Spanish Club 3 Science Torch Staff 3+ Minors: Foreign Language Arco-Lite 3,H Home Ec. Social Studies ' Math Tom Cox Ethel Daily I Robert Curry Beverly Guyot PAT HARRIS DAVID HERRINGTON Majors: Activities: MQJOTSI Activities English Commercial Home Economics Minors: Social Science Science Band 1 Math Football l,2,3,4 Torch Staff M Science Track 2 G,A,A, 1,2,3,H English Camera Club 1 G.A.A. Officer H Letterman's Club 3,4 Girls Chorus l,2,3,4 Minors Chorus 2 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Social Studies TOPCU Staff MARQUETTA HERRINGTON MARY JANE IDLEMAN Magors: Activities: ngnsn c.A.A. 1 2 3,1+ Matn G.A.A. Officer 3 Science F.H.A. 1,2 3,H Home Ec. F.H.A. Officer 3 Pep Club M MILIIOTSS F-T-A- 1+ Social Studies Chorus 1 Commercial Camera Club l,2,3 Arco-Lite Torch Staff M Class Play 3,h HBH Cheerleader 1 Patricia Harris David Herrington Marquitta Herrington Mary Jane Idleman 6 RUTH ANN KEAL BETTY LALEY Majors: Activities: Majors: Activities: English Chorus 1,2,a,1+ Math F.H.A. 1,2,3,'+ Science Band li2,3, English F.H.A. Officer H :fresh 2 as ,L+ so-:S 1:5-2-fr 2 3 L, I I O c I O U Minnrsx F.H.A. 1:2233 Commercial G.A.A. Officer 3 Nigga Class Play 3 Arco-Lite 3,l+ Social Studies Minors: gggggasgigg 2 3 Social Studies ' Pep Club 4 AUDREY LANDRETH ANN LAYMON M8g0gS2 Majors: Activities: 0 ence English r.H.A. 1 2 3 L+ English Science F.H.A. Officer 3 Commercial Home Economics porch Staff F.T.A. 7+ Miagigf Miligrii F.T.A. Officer 1+ t n Class Play 3 Social Studies Math Ensemble l,2:Q,1+ Activities. Social Science Girls Chorus ,2,3,h GM- 1,2,3,'+ Sifiiffoiui ffm' G.A.A. Officer 4 ' ' ' Class Officer 1 Torch Staff M Girls Chorus 1,2,3,M Ensemble l,2,3,M Camera Club 3 Camera Club Officer 2,3 Queen Attendant l Girls Officer 2,3 Student Council 2 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,h Ruth Ann Keal Betty Laley Audrey Landreth Ann Laymon LLOYD LITTLE LINDA MCAVENE MEJOPSS Activities: Majors: Activities: History Band l,2,3,H English Chorus l,2,3,L Agriculture F.F.A. 1,3,2,h Commercial Torch Staff English F.F.A. Officer H Home Ec. Ensemble 3,N Minors: Minors: Commercial Science Science History HARRIET MILEER Majors: English Commercial Home Ec. Minors: Science Social Studies Ac tivities: Chorus l,2,3,H Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Ensemble 1,2 Twirler 1 Camera Club 3 F.H.A. Officer 1 FQHQAQ G.A.A. l,2,3,,+ Majorette 2,3,k CHARLES MOLER Majors: Activities: Agriculture F.F.A. l,2,3,h English Minors: Math Social Studies Commercial Spanish X X T-'1OYd Little Linda McAvene Harr iet Miller Char le s Molex' TIM MONAHAN BILL PERKINS Majors: Acgivtgieizl 4 agggiish a gs lish Bggketball'J?:3:3,1+ Industrial Arts Sgience Track l,2,3 Minors, Social Studies Arco-Lite 3,h ' Torch Staff 4 Social Science Minors E1Zg2'Pia33 1+ Siiim i Lat n Letterman's Club 1,2,3 pep Club h Activities: Industrial Arts Club 4 Football 1,2,3,h Basketball 1,2 Class Play 3 Letterman's Club 3,4 DONNA PERKINS PEGGY PHILLIPS Majors: Activities: Majors: Activities: Home Economics G.A.A. l,2,3,4 EnS1iSh G-A-A- 1,2,3,h Commercial F.H.A. l,2,3,4 Home Ee- F-H-A- 192939k English Torch Staff N F.T.A. 3,M Chorus 3,h Minors, Pep Club 4 Minors: Student Council 3,,+ Science Social Studies Torch Staff Social studies Science Class Plal 3,4 Spanish Chorus 2, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,k HBH Cheerleader 1 Queen Attendant 3 Homecoming Queen M Plowboy Prom Queen 1 Sweetheart 4 Spanish Club 3 x Tim Monahan Bill Perkins Donna Perkins Peggy Phillips DICK PROUT TOM ROMINE Majors: Activities: English Class Play 3 Social Science Letterman's Club 3,h t Letterman's Club Officer M Minors- Arco-Lite staff 3,4 Commercial Torch Staff 4 Science Pep Club 4 Basketball l,2,a,k Football 1,2,3, Track 1,2 JOAN SANDERS MYRON SHONKWILER Majors: Activities: Majors: Activities: Home Economics G.A.A. 1,2,3,lv Agriculture F'F'A- 192739l+ English G.A.A. Ufficer H English F.F.A. Officer U Girls Chorus l,2,3,H History Minors: Girls Chorus Officer M Commercial Class 0ffiC81' Minors: History NBN Cheerleader 2 Math Science Torch Staff M Social Science Dick Prout Tom Romine Joan Sanders Myron Shonkwiler JANET sMAR'r MONTE STUNP Majors: Activities: Majors: Activities: Science G.A.A. l,2,3,k English Football l,2,3,M English F.H.A. l,2,3,H Science Torch Staff H Home Ec. F.T.A. 1 Math Junior Class Play Pep Club 4 Letterman's Club 3,4 Minors: Camera Club 1,2 Minorsg Letterman's Club Officer H Math Chorus 1,2 Social Studies Arco-Lite H Commercial Torch Staff Latin Boys Chorus M Social Studies Class Play 3,h Typing Mixed Chorus Class Officer 2 Industrial Arts F.H.A. Officer G.A.A. Officer JERRY THOMPSON DAVE UPHQFF Majors: Activities: Magors: English F.F.A. l,2,3,N Relish Agriculture F.F.A. Officer M A8PiCUltUT9 Chorus A Science Minors: Arco-Lite 3 Social Studies PGP Club M Minors: Science Football 1,2 gat? Class Play 3 oc al Studies Industrial Arts Club 3 Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,'+ Football l,2,3,H Band l Letterman's Club F.F.A. Officer H Class Officer 3 Torch Staff H Pep Club 4 Pep Club Officer 2,3,H M Janet Smart Monte Stump Jerry Thompson David Uphoff BETA VANDEVEER DONNA WOQD Majors: Activities: Commerce G.A.A. 1,2,3,H English F.H.A. l,2,3,'+ Camera Club 3,4 Minors: Band l92137h Home Economics Science History Chorus 1,2,3,M Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,h Reta Vandeveer Donna Rae Wood W ffflifwfk Aummns W? gi , of WMQQ Www QW? J M Mfffvyb ibm? B3 WM QA 3 32 R in 655i"Wgfi2'3, W xiii O3 Gaiam sg? 5327 zwazfdfw MMM w if Q1 305422919 QQ. QQ qw ,fy - "'l""11"5'r""4'x""'i"'2?b"k QJA up ff-vplj-1-0 Z4 DWWW VJWWF7 12,2 0 ww M3 9 Q E l0R AWA RD Q SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS I Year Ethel Daily U Audrey Landreth Janet Smart 2 Year Marjorie Chumbley 3 Year Janet Cox Joe Gaylord 4 Year Stan Allen Robbie Arrol David Herrington Betty Laley Tim Monahan Monte Stump Boyls State Award Robbie Arrol - Sponsored by American Legion David Herrington - Sponsored by Lions Club DeKalb Agricultural Aocomplishment Award David Upnorr All State Band J6efGay1ord ATHLETIC AWARD 1 Year Robbie Arrol Roy Ashley Bob Curry 2 Year David Herrington Bill Perkins Tom Romine Monte Stump s'xsY'W All State Chorus Ruth Ann Keal Ann Laymon 3 Year Dave Uphoff 4 Ygag Tim Monahan awk X Q. kv. T05 :WI Ji4fJJy,,, c"flf.vff11pf?3H A. S axe: I Z 0 O S k.XN ARION MUSIC AWARD Each year a graduating senior band member is awarded the Arion National Foundation Award for musical achievement. The students are rated according to these qualifications: The band members elect one senior and the faculty elects one senior. Mr. Scott, the band director, then has the final word in sel- ecting the winner. Inspiration to Others Scholastic Standing Diligence Co-operation Personal Habits Attendance Ambition This award consists of three things, plaque which hangs in the band room. .,, .,x,.i DAR and SAR The Sons of the American Revolution honor one boy from each of the A8 states, selected from the senior classes of the senior high schools, and the Daughters of the American Revolution honor one girl from each high school in the same manner, as excelling in the follow- ing qualities which make for good citizenship: Dependability--Truthfulness-Honesty-Punctuality Service--Cooperation-Helpfulness-Responsibility Leadership--Personality-Self Control-Initiative Patriotism--Unselfish Loyality to American Ideals The aim of this project is to build youthful character and to call attention to those qualities which are desirable in good citi- zens. The contest is not an essay writing or a popularity contest. Each member of the senior class votes for the boy and girl of his choice, keeping the above qualifications in mind. The top three girls and the top three boys are presented to the faculty, which selects one boy and one girl to represent their school in the state contest. The winners, one girl and one boy, from each state receive from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, respect- ively, a Government Bond of.S100.00 maturity value. American Legion Award The American Legion Award is given to one boy and one girl in the senior class. The students elect these two senior winners, the facul- ty does not have anything to do with this award. The award is based on these qualities: Character Loyality Scholarship Leadership Courage This award was started by the American Legion in Illinois, but it has now spread to all L8 states. The actual award consists of a Cer- tificate and a medal which is awarded at the end of the year. which are: A lapel ping a medallion on a rib- bon, and the student's name is engraved on a dv, AC-TY SHR 'DER Bw.-L+ Q4-,avx BTIM JA Hlwiofu CM-m'f"L-1 Lge :OVI HWAPAS 'T?oXnLXe. SE l0R CLASS HISTDRY In the fall of 1953, the fifty-eight members of our freshman class entered the Arcola High School. At our first class meeting we elected Audrey Landreth, president, Billy Perkins, vice-president, Joan Sanders, treasurer, and Brenda Biggs, secretary. Mr. Soelzer and Miss Olson were our class sponsors. At Homecoming time, we elected our class presi- dent, Audrey Landreth, as the queen's attendant. Her escort was Tim Monahan. Before the year ended our class had grown to sixty members. Fifty-eight silly sophmores crossed the threshold in l95h. As class officers, we elected Larry Anderson, presi- dent, Bill Perkins, vice-president, and Janet Smart, secre- tary-treasurer. Our class advisors were Mr. Dunn and Mrs. Shields. At Homecoming we elected Brenda Biggs as our queen's attendant. She chose Bill Perkins as her escort. Although we did not win a prize with our float, WWe'll Pin Them Down,W we all had fun. As our sophmore year drew to a close, everyone was looking forward to becoming an upper- classman. We began the year of '55 with fifty-six members in the class. Our officers were Dave Herrington, president, Dave Upholf, vice-president, and Brenda Biggs, secretary-treas- urer. Mr. Crist and Mrs. Willmann were our class advisors. For queen's attendant at Homecoming we chose Peggy Phillips, escorted by Tom Romine. Our class play WGirl Crazy' was a huge success due to the fine directing of Miss Whitson. The Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Kaskaskia Country Club. It was a lot of work, but one of the most outstanding events of our junior year. Only forty-eight seniors managed to Sneak back to classes in the fall of 1956. As our class officers we elected Joe Gaylord, president, Jack Browning, vice-presi- dent, Diane Myers, treasurer, and Brenda Biggs, secretary. Our class sponsors were Mr. Dunn and Miss Jokisch. Peggy Phillips was Homecoming Queen and Pat Cox was her senior attendant. The girls' escorts were the two senior co-cap- tains of the football team, Dave Herrington and Dave Upholf. The play, NGuess Againn was lots of fun, but we couldn't help looking forward to the juniors wonderful send off--the Junior Senior Prom. The highlight of our high school car- eer was the trip to Washington D. C. and--at last--our grad- uation day. When we started our senior year, there were forty-eight members, but only thirty-eight remained to grad- uate. We had a big four years at A.T.H.S.--we'll never for- get these wonderful memories. QUEEN PEGGY SENIUR CLASS POEM How do they really rate with us, These seniors as we know them? We'll try to put our thoughts in verse And--forgive us--call it a poem. Stan Allen is one of the very best friends A person ever had. We wonder if some day he'll choose to pursue The medical path of his dad. Dave Upholf is quite a nice muscular chap, A football captain he, We know he's approaching the real farming whiz He hopes one day to be. Now Robbie Arrol's an old car fan And the Riders' basketball star. A doctor's life will be his choice: Never doubt it, he'll really go There lives in town an Irishman Who's kingpin in our gymg This Monahan's a jolly guy Known widely as WBig Tim'. A real cute gal's Peggy Phillips, far Especially when leading our yells, She'll make some man a good little wife, Ring out, ring out, wedding bells. A brown-eyed Biggs named Brenda, With long and dark-brown hair, Has pleasant smiles and manners For all of us to share. Audrey Landreth's future's knowng A wife she plans to be. Her many capabilities Aren't hard at all to see. Marquitta Herrington--newspaper gal, HSI' C0lum1'1, "Scraps and Scratches", A lucky guy the man wi 1 be That WSkeeterW fin'lly catches. A job to do? Get She's ready, Our Marge is full Reliable and Chumbley-- willing, able. of talent and stable. A Daily we'l1 subscribe to Is Ethel, trim and neat, A pal to Marge and Shirleyg That trio's hard to beat. Down by the old root-beer stand, Working hard through the hot summer days, Who's the nice friendly smile belong to? Shirley Carlberg deserves our praise. He loves to read, he loves to drive, He learns by asking 'Why?W Our Monte Stump's a real,quiz kid, With him it's do or die. She always wears a pretty smile, It's warmth we really feel. For lovely voice and High School Band, Remember Ruth Ann Keal. As football star, as hubby, friend, Our Billy Perkins' topsg We send to him our best regards And luck--we send him lots! So nice, so quiet, so polite, The keeper of our money-- seniors know this Diane Myers Is really quite a hgney, We A sweet young thing from the country Is amiable Patsy Cox, With a friendly smile and eyes that beguile, And pretty auburn locks. Our rootin', tootin' trumpet king Is Gaylord--Joe's the name. A high-stepping twirler that everyone likes Is dark-haired Virginia Connor, Who, on our school paper, the good Arco-Lite, As editor shared the top honor. In winning smile and posture straight He puts his claim to fame. This Ashley boy is good at art, Though a 'lefty' Roy may be. At summer camp his talent showed For all his friends to see. A genial guy who makes us laugh And farming wants to try, Works hard and long with tools and He's Tom Cox--quite a guy! A friendly gal and first-rate pal Are found in Janet Smart. Her quiet ways and manner sweet Are really quite an art. We have a WTruman'--famous, too, And liked by everyone, He shares his Ford with all of us, This gen'rous Jerry Thompson. A Shonkwiler senior named Myron Has found him a pleasant young wife, Now works hard and well to support herg May each know a happy long life. A smile to remember, exceptional poise, IA beautiful, beautiful voice, Ann Laymon, we feel, will be quite wise indeed If music she makes her first choice. things-- She's full of giggles, full of life, In band she plays the drum, And all who 'Woody' know will say That Donna Rae is fun. Janet Cox is going to collegeg A teacher then she'll be. We wish for her the very best, A worthy goal has she. A tall blond gal we all know well Is slender Patty Harris. She loves to dance with pal Joang A really fun-filled pair, this. To work while you learn and learn while you work Is a plan that suits Dick Prout. He finds a garage a good place to work Whenever school is out. Basketball, football, track or girls, This lad has ways to thrill, A hep-cat dancer--any beat, Tom Romine fills the bill. For Betty Laley, school's a cinch, Especially in commerce-- A teacher's joy in every way, A very special charm, hers. So quiet one would scarcely know That she's in class or hall, A trim and tidy McAvene, Our Linda's liked by all. A deaf'ning roar, a streak of red, A motorcycle's tire gratesg With camera poised, Jack Browning halts To photograph his nTorchW-mates. Our WLittleW farmer, quiet Lloyd, Can blow a sax real coolg He studies Ag, he works quite hard And makes the most of school. Dame Matrimony claimed some girls From this year's senior class. One changed from Idleman to Mood, Blonde Mary Jane's the lass. Another cyclist riding by, Just going for a spin, Is one who fits his nick-name well, It's Moler--Charles, or WSlimW. Our Beverly Guyot changed her name, ,The new last name is Hess. A fine little wife this girl will make, Unless we miss our guess. A youth with electrical leanings Inherited, prob'ly, from dad, Is a whiz on the WTorch' with a camera, Bob Curry's the nsnap-shootingn lad Then next came Reta Vandeveer, It's Headrick now, you know, We thought her cute and likeable, But so did hubby, Joe. She's stepping high with measured tread, Our loyal majoretteg For Harriet Miller well-earned praise Is never hard to get. We've one more senior girl to give To matriomony soon, For Donna Perkins plans to wed-- Perhaps in May--or june? We've one more girl, a Sanders Lass, Joan, we'll recommend As being such a lot of fun And such a loyal friend. And last of all, a chap we know As David Herringtong An alright guy, a year-'round friend In either work or fun. Did you see things that we have seen-- Some good in everyone? Do you agree with all these traits? well, it's been lots of fun. We've had four years of It hasn't all been But joy and pride we've The class of fifty The end comradeship, Heaveng shared in this- seven. SE l0R CLASS S06 The Class of '57 Have These MOMENTS TO REMEMBER The Homecoming Dance we did the towng The day we saw our grades go down. We will have these moments to remember The noisy halls, the laughter and fun, The championship we almost won. We will have these moments to remember Though Freshmen turn to Seniors And the school days disappear, The memories we were glad to share will linger through the years. Though other nights and other days May find us gone our separate ways, We will have these moments to remember HOW WE LO0KED THE Q FRE HMA Stan Allen Larry Anderson 1David Armer tera Armer Robbie Arrol Roy Ashley Thomas AtkiI1SOI1 Brenda Biggs Lena Biggs Louise Bright Jack Browning Shirley carlberg 223252 virginia Connor Janet cox Jeanetta Cox Pat Cox Tom Cox Bob Curry Ethel Daily Marquitta Herrington Joe Gaylord Jerry Gibson Pat Harris Herrington .. .. A gi. iw-mi ' 1 92' :wg N 222 lm E5 If " " :ff 'half' 'f ...:-' : inf -.1 rv.-+?: "': B A 1 swag. ' 2 5 .1752 J, Ronald Hudson Ruth Ann Keal Ihry Jane Idleman Betty Laley Audrey Landreth Ann Laymon Mike Morgan Lloyd Little Pat Morgan Tom Romine Peggy Phillips Bob Sita Janet Smart Linda Mc Avene Harriet Miller Diane Myers wayne Boyer Tim Monahan B111 Perkins Donna Perkins Joan Sanders Myron Shonkwiler Jerry Steproepgry Low 5t111we11 Monte Stump Jerry Thompson Bethel Turngr David Uphoff Reta Van Deveer Jerry Wingler M rjorie Chumbley Donna Rae Wood E l0R CLASS PRUPHECY Good evening! Welcome to another presentation of WAlfred Hitch- cock Presents'. Tonight, I wish to enlighten all of your hearts with another of my mirthful tales of sober suspense and beautiful bloodshed, which always occur in this ghastly game. As you know, there has always been one drawback which I have encountered during my attempts to enter- tain my audience, that rogue, my sponsor. Fortunately, he will no longer be able to be with us. He was suddenly overcome with a bad case of displeased viewers just before we went on the air. We have decided to use his remains as a prop in the show as a mark of respect. Should anyone fail to enjoy the show, please feel free to come to my Inter Sanctum after the show for a Wconferencen. I will now refrain from breathing into your faces and present the Meller Drammer, WLife in Las Vegas--With Death?W I shall not be present after the show for I must catch a train. Where? To Las Vegas, of course! As the scene opens, the High School Class of '57 from Arcola, Ill- inois is having a class reunion at the Golden Nugget Casino in Las Ve- gas, Nevada. The time is the summer of 1977. A huge crowd has gath- ered at the various gambling devices. The operator of the roulette wheel is none other than Jerry 'Log' Thompson. Jerry seems to be very successful in the gambling business, he tried the aerial spraying busi- ness but had to give it up because the Spark Knock Special gasoline that Roy Ashley sold him couldn't get the plane off the ground. Roy gave up the gas station to become the pay teller here at the casino. Monte Stump is dealer at the poker tables. He finally learned how to play cards after four Wlean' years at school. 'Cat Man' Cox is chief mechanic for the countless slot machines. 'Cat' has used his mechani- cal knowledge to set the machines so that the customer never loses. The casino loses money that way but Tom likes for things to run effi- ciently. Jack Browning, Bob Curry, Lloyd Little, and Dave Uphoff are running a hot dice game in the corner. 'Black Jackn, Lloyd, and 'Cob- bie Bohn are now famous professional hoods from Chicago, but Dave is a successful farmer turned gambler for the night. As the stage curtain opens, Pat Harris Young and Joan Sanders swing across the floor in their familiar dance routine originated at the Arcola Sweet Shop. They have on beautiful ballerina costumes for their number. Ruth Ann Keal is the big hit of the show, she sings opera while playing the flute. Peggy Phillips makes a good living as cigarette girl specializing in snuff. Janet Smart works in the Casino also, she is the strong armed bouncer of the Golden Nugget. Among the group of enthused gamblers are Donna Rae Wood, Virginia Connor, and Harriet Miller. Donna Rae, who is quite a cackler anyway, is running a poultry farm in Lower Sloblovia. Virginia feeds and waters the chickens and Harriet is in charge of the sales department. The smoke clears as 'Married Mann Myron Shonkwiler rushes in. He keeps shouting to the world, 'I'm the son of a seven pound fatheri' As Joe Gaylord slips through the door, a shot rings out, barely missing him. Chief Marshal Charles Moler and his policewomen assistants, Shir- ley Carlberg and Marjorie Chumbley seize the would-be killer. It turns out to be Pat Cox. She cries out, 'I don't care what happens, Gaylord you will never find out my freckle remover formula.' The Honorable William Perkins bursts through the swinging doors to bring order. Being the judge, he demands that the case of Joe Gaylord versus Pat Cox be tried at once in the casino. Stan Allen, M. D., and his nurse, Betty Laley, check the condition of the victim and find that he is in perfect shape except for a black eye. The court clerk, Tim Monahan calls for order in the court and swears in the first witness, Tom Romine. The plaintiff's lawyer, 'Con- vict 'emn Dave Herrington, starts the questioning. After a thorough questioning, it is found that Tom was not in Las Vegas at the time of the shooting and he is then released from further questioning. The defense lawyer, 'Rabid One' Robbie Arrol, calls Brenda Biggs to the stand. She argues to the court that Pat had every right to shoot Joe for the embarrassment that he had caused her. Janet 'ShagW Cox is called to the stand and refuses to testify for she is distantly related to Pat Cox and would not want to be partial. Because the last witness, Ann Laymon, is too excited to talk fbelieve it or notil, further ques- tioning is dismissed and the fate of Pat Cox is put into the hands of the jury, composed of Ethel Daily, Marquitta Herrington, Audrey Lan- dreth, Linda McAvene, Diane Myers, and Donna Perkins. Only six jurists are used because they are all womeng women talk things over twice as long before making a decision. After a heated debate the jury arrives at a decision. Head jurist Audrey announces to the court that Pat Cox is to go free on probation if she publishes the results of her freckle remover research. Wild cheers are heard as the smoke again fills the room and the intense gambling is resumed. :UQ J8.em,Loz ' VI! 'P 5 T '-"f 1 . Z X M5 N ' NAME: Stan Allen NICKNAME: 'Stan the Man' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Doctor FAVORITE SONG: 'Melody of Love' PET PEEVE: Being ordered around EXPRESSION: 'I reckon' IDEAL: Father- NOTED FOR: Being friendly OUR ADVICE: Study 6 hours per subject fha!! NAME: 'Robbie' Arrol NICKNAME: 'Rabbie Tin Tin' AGE: 17 AMBITION: Doctor FAVORITE SONG: 'You'll Never Walk Alone' PET PEEVE: Insincerity EXPRESSION: 'Wel1, yeah' IDEAL: Dad NOTED FOR: Lifting quotations OUR ADVICE: Avoid college girls NAME: Roy Ashley NICKNAME: 'Ears' AGE: 17 AMBITION: To own a business FAVORITE SONG: 'Graduation Day' PET PEEVE: Plymouths EXPRESSION: 'Well, I...' IDEAL: Yul Brenner NOTED FOR: Looking up errors and reporting OUR ADVICE: Get a new car NAME: Brenda Biggs NICKNAME: 'Brendy' AGE: 17 AMBITION: Home economics teacher FAVORITE SONG: 'Stardust' PET PEEVE: Two-faced people EXPRESSION: 'Oh, Davidi' IDEAL: Mother NOTED FOR: Long hair OUR ADVICE: Have fun at college NAME: Jack Browning NICKNAME: 'Brown' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Math teacher FAVORITE SONG: 'My Blue Heaven' PET PEEVE: Untrusting people EXPRESSION: 'Alright, you guys' IDEAL: Roy Rogers NOTED FOR: Safe motorcycling OUR ADVICE: Happy smuggling-- not snuggling! NAME: Shirley Joan Carlberg NICKNAME: 'Jo' and 'Carlbug' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Nurse or secretary FAVORITE SONG: 'Shifting Whispering Sand' PET PEEVE: English IV EXPRESSION: 'You don't know, do ya' IDEAL: Florence Carter NOTED FOR: Sweet disposition OUR ADVICE: Fulfill your ambitions NAME: Marjorie Chumbley NICKNAME: 'Margie' AGE: 18 AMBITION: To tour Italy FAVORITE SONG: 'Te Amo' PET PEEVE: Student chemistry teachers EXPRESSION: 'Cristophero Columbo' IDEAL: Miss Whitson NOTED FOR: Artistic ability OUR ADVICE: Marry an Italian NAME: Virginia Connor NICKNAME: 'Ginny' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Airline hostess for T.W.A. FAVORITE SONG: 'Young Love' PET PEEVE: Chemistry EXPRESSION: 'Oh, gosh' IDEAL: Mother NOTED FOR: Tumbling ability OUR ADVICE: Be a nurse NAME: Janet Cox NICKNAME: 'Coxie' AGE: 18 AMBITION: To travel around the world FAVORITE SONG: 'I Believe' PET PEEVE: Insincerity EXPRESSION: 'Oh, you know' IDEAL: Queen Elizabeth NOTED FOR: Tall tales OUR ADVICE: Shorten your tales NAME: Patricia Lee Cox NICKNAME: 'Pat' AGE: 17 AMBITION: P. E. teacher FAVORITE SONG: 'It's Almost Tomorrow' PET PEEVE: People that won't face the truth EXPRESSION: 'Goobering' IDEAL: Mother NOTED FOR: Being with Joe OUR ADVICE: Go on to school NAME: Tom Cox NICKNAME: 'Cannibal' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Farmer FAVORITE SONG: 'Just Walking in the Rain' PET PEEVE: Girls EXPRESSION: fCensoredD IDEAL: Nelson Roberts NOTED FOR: Back-slapping OUR ADVICE: Be a good farmer NAME: Robert D. Curry NICKNAM : 'Zippy' AGE: 18 AMBITION: To be a man FAVORITE SONG: 'Come On To My House' PET PEEVE: Two-faced people EXPRESSION: 'Come on to my house' IDEAL: Dad NOTED FOR: Fiendish laugh OUR ADVICE: Stay the way you are NAME: Ethel Daily NICKNAME: 'Eth' AGE: I8 AMBITION: Secretary FAVORITE SONG: 'Love Me Tender' PET PEEVE: Conceited people EXPRESSION: 'Well, Mar--gel' IDEAL: James Dean A NOTED FOR: Helping others OUR ADVICE: Be a model NAME: Joe Gaylord NICKNAME: 'Yogi' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Civil engineer FAVORITE SONG: 'Tenderly' PET PEEVE: People who won't repeat EXPRESSION: 'Big deal' IDEAL: Mr. Scott NOTED FOR: Playing the trumpet OUR ADVICE: Keep playing NAME: Pat Harris NICKNAME: 'Trish' AGE: 17 AMBITION: Good housewife FAVORITE SONG: 'I'll Never Know' PET PEEVE: Hateful people EXPRESSION: 'Oh, crud" IDEAL: Mother NOTED FOR: Being seen in a green ford OUR ADVICE: Stay married NAME: Dave Herrington NICKNAME: 'Crip' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Mechanical engineer FAVORITE SONG: 'You'll Never Walk Alone' PET PEEVE: Pests EXPRESSION: 'We1l, how about that' IDEAL: Dad NOTED FOR: walk OUR ADVICE: Keep your roller skates NAME: Marquitta Herrington NICKNAME: 'Skeets' or 'Skeeter' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Home economics teacher FAVORITE SONG: 'Young Love' PET PEEVE: Pessimists EXPRESSION: 'Sure' IDEAL: Don Herrington NOTED FOR: Telling jokes OUR ADVICE: Don't lose your sense of humor NAME: Ruth Ann Keal NICKNAME: 'Ruthie' AGE: 17 AMBITION: Hospital lab. technician FAVORITE SONG: 'Rhapsody in Blue' PET PEEVE: Dean and Nancy EXPRESSION: 'I'1l be' IDEAL: Grandmother Keal NOTED FOR: Aches and pains OUR ADVICE: Keep smiling NAME: Audrey Landreth NICKNAME: WLittle Audreyn AGE: 18 AMBITION: Nurse FAVORITE SONG: nThe Lord's Prayern PET PEEVE: That Dailey man! EXPRESSION: WI hate chemistryn IDEAL: Mother NOTED FOR: Being engaged OUR ADVICE: Have fun while you can NAME: Elizabeth C. Laley NICKNAME: WBettyW AGE: 17 AMBITION: Secretary FAVORITE SONG: VLord, I Am Not Worthyn PET PEEVE: Grouchy people EXPRESSION: WAnd, uh .... V IDEAL: Susie MacNamera NOTED FOR: Making A's OUR ADVICE: Sit on the boss's lap NAME: Eunice Ann Laymon NICKNAME: VAnnieW AGE: 17 AMBITION: Vocal music teacher FAVORITE SONG: WHeW PET PEEVE: Teachers that show partiality EXPRESSION: Wwell, I'll ben IDEAL: Sister-in-law NOTED FOR: Singing ability OUR ADVICE: Remember your pet peeve NAME: Lloyd Little NICKNAME: 'Little Lloydn AGE: 17 AMBITION: Farmer FAVORITE SONG: WDon't Be Cruel' PET PEEVE: None EXPRESSION: VI don't caren IDEAL: Elvis Presley NOTED FOR: Being caught in Hindsboro OUR ADVICE: Send for an Elvis button NAME: Linda McAvene NICKNAME: Vwindyn AGE: 18 AMBITION: Secretary FAVORITE SONG: VThe Lord Bless You And Keep You' PET PEEVE: Stuck-ups EXPRESSION: HOh, corn' IDEAL: Mother NOTED FOR: Being quiet OUR ADVICE: Live it up NAME: Charles Raymond Molar NICKNAME: WSlimV AGE: 17 AMBITION: Loafin' FAVORITE SONG: VBlue Berry Hilln PET PEEVE: Baker EXPRESSION: NApe Calln IDEAL: Tarzan NOTED FOR: Cutting up in ag. class OUR ADVICE: Stop loafing NAME: Harriet Miller NICKNAME: WHenriettaV AGE: 17 AMBITION: Private secretary FAVORITE SONG: VTenderlyW PET PEEVE: People that are never satisfied EXPRESSION: WOh, goshin IDEAL: Pat Boone NOTED FOR: Practical jokes OUR ADVICE: Carry on your ambition NAME: Tim Monahan NICKNAME: VLegsV AGE: 18 AMBITION: Prssident of some corporation FAVORITE SONG: VI've Got Spurs That Jingle, Jangle, Jinglen PET PEEVE: Girls EXPRESSION: VOh, Bull' IDEAL: Knute Rockne NOTED FOR: Being a Vcharactern OUR ADVICE: Don't be a taxi driver NAME: Diane Myers NICKNAME: WCurly' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Nurse FAVORITE SONG: WThe Lord's Prayern PET PEEVE: Liars EXPRESSION: WPerdidd1eW IDEAL: Parents NOTED FOR: Big brown eyes OUR ADVICE: Watch those good looking doctors NAME: Billy G. Perkins NICKNAME: VCracker' or VButchW AGE: 19 AMBITION: Draftsman FAVORITE SONG: VStardustn PET PEEVE: Fords EXPRESSION: WYes, Rosien IDEAL: Kim Novak NOTED FOR: Bleached hair OUR ADVICE: Don't drive too fast in the fog NAME: Donna Perkins NICKNAME: 'PerkW AGE: 17 AMBITION: Housewife FAVORITE SONG: WI Believen PET PEEVE: People who don't do what they say they will EXPRESSION: 'You're worse than my first husbandu IDEAL: Rock Hudson NOTED FOR: Being engaged to OUR ADVICE: Marry him Ronnie NAME: Peggy Phillips NICKNAME: NPegW AGE: 17 AMBITION: Kindergarten teacher FAVORITE SONG: UTrue Loven PET PEEVE: Insincerity EXPRESSION: WHey, Baken IDEAL: Folks NOTED FOR: Being pretty and popular OUR ADVICE: Watch our for trucks NAME: Tom Romine NICKNAME: URomeon AGE: 18 AMBITION: Ditch digger FAVORITE SONG: WStardustW PET PEEVE: Dumb wads and idiot sticks EXPRESSION: 'You're not funnyn IDEAL: Orville Hodge NOTED FOR: Cating around with the boys OUR ADIVCE: Laugh at peoples' jokes NAME: David Uphoff NICKNAME: WUppyW AGE: 17 AMBITION: Farmer FAVORITE SONG: WYoung Loven PET PEEVE: Girls that EXPRESSION: Vwellln IDEAL: Dad NOTED FOR: Muscles OUR ADVICE: Be a wrestler smoke NAME: Joan Sanders NICKNAM : UCurvyW AGE: 17 AMBITION: P. E. teacher FAVORITE SONG: WStardustW PET PEEVE: Two-faced people EXPRESSION: WOh, crapn IDEAL: Folks NOTED FOR: Going to Mattoon OUR ADVICE: Move to Mattoon o NAME: Myron Shonkwiler NICKNAME: UShonkieN AGE: 18 AMBITION: To be the father of FAVORITE SONG: UBand of Goldn PET PEEVE: Gossips ' EXPRESSION: WAh, nutsn IDEAL: Myron Whisnand and Dad NOTED FOR: Being married OUR ADVICE: Keep hoping twins NAME: Janet Smart NICKNAME: WJan' AGE: 17 AMBITION: Marriage FAVORITE SONG: WYou'll Never Known PET PEEVE: Sarcastic people EXPRESSION: UOh, you guysn IDEAL: Grace Kelly NOTED FOR: Wearing false pony tail OUR ADVICE: Let your hair grow NAME: Monte Stump NICKNAME: 'MountieV AGE: 18 AMBITION: Automotive engineer FAVORITE SONG: WAin't That a Shamen PET PEEVE: Chevies EXPRESSION: Wwell, heck, what have we here?W IDEAL: Tennessee Ernie Ford NOTED FOR: Rodding around OUR ADVICE: Be a Mexican bandit NAM : Jerry Thompson NICKNAME: 'TrumW and WNanner' AGE: 18 AMBITION: Flying farmer FAVORITE SONG: WI Dreamedn PET PEEVE: D. A.'s EXPRESSION: WLet's blow this jointn IDEAL: Joe Friday NOTED FOR: Staying away from girls OUR ADVICE: Put wings on your tractor NAME: Donna Rae Wood NICKNAME: Wwoodyn AGE: 17 AMBITION: Private secretary FAVORITE SONG: WBlue Moon' Knot Elvis! PET PEEVE: Unfriendly people EXPRESSION: UDon't....stopV IDEAL: Ann Southern NOTED FOR: Giggle OUR ADVICE: Learn to laugh .V " ll Dave Harriet Miller Herrington Betty Laley Joe Gaylord donte stump 5 I' LRE? mxxng 3 Z H fgilf .lpn ggggw ,JH ya ASME yljrliifx Dave Uphoff Janet Smart N, .gd 'fa Qi ", QS E, 1- Ann Laymon fl x 1 Pat Cox Pat Harris Audrey Landreth Jack Browning Bobbi e Arr ol Donna Rae Wood - rf Marquitta Herrington f n ly? Tgevgf Myron snonkwiler ,jlq'f eq rooo 3 'lg iff? gglfn fb? E A- fl? W Q K, l L' Tom Cox Donna Joan Perkins Sanders Stan Allen Peggy Phillips Lloyd Little Tom Romine la iiiiiiii B111 Perkins yj Linda Mc Avene l Janet Cox Marjorie Chumbley mmmh M on E l0R CLASS WILL We, the brave, sophisticated, courageous, truthful, quiet, intel- ligent, school-minded, energetic, harmless, never-annoying, co-opera- tive, lovable, not-in-the-least conceited, and always successful Senior Class or 1957, of Arcola High School, County of Douglas, State of Illinois, being of sound mind and body, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testamentg and now to our respective heirs, members of the faculty, and certain fortunate mem- bers of the student body, we bequeath all property and rights herein designated. ARTICLE I, To the Faculty Item I, To Mr. Browning we leave a hearty VBye-Bye.V Item II, To Mr. Butler we leave a vacant parking lot. Item III, To Miss Whitson we leave our sincere thanks for her help and guidance. Item IV, To Mr. Dunn we leave our gratitude for all he has done for us. Item V, To Mrs. Horrell we leave a quiet library. Item VI, To Mrs. Willmann we leave a pair of purple and white pajamas. Item VII, To Coach Baker we leave a box of chalk. Item VIII, To Miss Scott we leave a hearty VBon-Voyage.V Item IX, To Mrs. Smith we leave the dirty pots and pans. Item X, To Mr. Reed we leave the Pep Club. Item XI, go Mrs. Shields we leave the dissected birds and ees. Item XII, To Mr. Roberts we leave a neat and tidy audi- torium. Item XIII, To Mr. Sink we leave some dirty dishes. Item XIV, To Miss Jokisch we leave the typewriters in good working order. Item XV, To NHappy Haroldn Scott we leave a new note. ARTICLE II, To the Classes Item I, To the on-coming Seniors we leave our position of dignity and superiority. Item II, To the on-coming Juniors we leave the responsi- bility of becoming upper-classmen. Item III, To the on-coming Sophmores we leave a pattern of advancement to be followed. Item IV, To the on-coming Freshmen we leave all the insults and humiliation that we've all gone through. ARTICLE III, To Individuals Item I, Stan Allen wills his famous WMayflower Boardn to an avid antique collector - Coach Baker. Item II, Robbie Arrol leaves his safe-driving habits to Janice Clark. Item III, Roy Ashley leaves his friendliness to WHappy Haroldn Scott. Item IV, Brenda Biggs wills her long hair to Connie Johns Item V, Jack Browning leaves his brains to be spread out among needy Juniors. Item VI, Shirley Carlberg wills her ability to stay out of trouble to Billy Stevens. Item VII, Marjorie Chumbley wills her old Elvis Presley pictures to Miss Violet Whitson. Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXX, XXXI, XXXII, XXXIII, XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVI, XXXVII, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XXXX, XXXXI, I, II, Virginia Connor leaves her eyelash curler to Bob Cox. Janet Cox wills her size five shoes to Ellen Kay Cunningham. Barney Oldfield wills his accelerator to Red Wilson as he Knows Red will put it to a good use. Patsy Cox wills her famous Wfreckle removern to Karen Morris. Tom Cox wills his njugn to anybody who wants it. Bob Curry leaves his Marilyn Monroe Calendar to Charlie UZero' Reed. Ethel Daily leaves her guitar to an avid Elvis Presley fan - Miss Modesta Scott. Joe Gaylord wills his hen-peeked ways to Larry Shafero Pat Harris leaves her figure to Suzie Teft. David Herrington takes Brenda Biggs with him. Marquitta Herrington wills her sense of humor to Mr. Butler. Ruth Ann Keal leaves her wide smile to her sister, Nancy. She wants to keep it in the family. Betty Laley wills her studious ways to WGoatW Guyot. Audrey Landreth wills her ability to go steady for four years to Ronnie Wierman. Ann Laymon wills her soprano voice to Bert Fidler. Lloyd Little wills his desire to go with girls to Alden Nay. Linda McAvene leaves her conservative manner to Mary Blagg. Harriet Miller leaves her gym suit to Madonna Mattingly. Charles Moler wills his manly physique to Larry Finn. Tim Monahan leaves his athletic ability to John Robert Woods. Myers wills what's left of her 'hotn Chevy Diane to her brother, Dennis. Jessie James leaves his notorious name to Jerry Gibson if he promises to keep it up. Bill Perkins leaves his roller skates to Red WCrashW Wilson. Donna Perkins leaves her engagement ring to Mary Gooch. Peggy Phillips wills her ability to get men to Uncle Sam's Army, Navy, and Air Force. Tom Romine leaves school and he's glad. Joan Sanders wills her gift of gab to Margaret Russell. Myron Shonkwiler wills his ability to get married to Jerry Mallody. Janet Smart wills her quietness to Mary Ann Thompson. Jayne Mansfield wills her walk to Mrs. Horrell. Monte Stump wills his large sized 'can't miss' brake pedal to Bob Sitz. Jerry Thompson wills his mufflers to Claude Burch who has been after them for a long time. David Uphoff wills his romantic ways to Larry Kearns. Donna Rae Wood wills her laugh to Mary Finn. ARTICLE IV, To the School To the secretaries we leave a busy office. To the janitors we leave a clean school. Item Item Item Item Item Item To the cooks we leave a bigger serving spoon. To the bus drivers we leave NDo1lyW. Believing that we are the smartest and the best looking Seniors ever to inhabit this high school, we leave our pictures to remind other classes who come after us of their illustrious forebearers. To the Board of Education we leave our gratitude for the opportunities which they have put to our disposal. The Seniors leave Arcola High School with memories of events and doings that will last forever. To all who have made these four years of our school life possible, we leave our sincere thanks! We, the undersigned, in the presence of witnesses, do hereby affix our great seal and signature to this document in granting our last will and testament this twenty-eighth day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and N57W. XX7 signed: Witnesses: Jack Browning Bob Curry Robbie Arrol Stan Allen Donna Perkins Harriet Miller Linda McAvene 'Q I' A Brusha! Brusha! Brusha! Timothy Bob and His Tin Lizzy Billy Boy Midnight Snack f That Music? show off: I DO! 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Q Monahan Clark f President W Vice-President - 1 f JF ??" s cnlora Dons Chapman Mulllkln Secretary , Treasurer JUNIUR iff CLASS JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Our officers for our Freshman year were Lyle Johns, President, Norman Strader, Vice-President, and Sharon Bennett, Secretary-Treasurer. Georgia Herrington and Ed Harshbarger served as student council representatives . Miss Olson and Coach Baker were our class advisors. We chose black and pink as our class colors and a pink rose as our flower. Connie Johns was chosen Queen Attendant and Doug Mullikin was her escort. Our Homecoming float won second prize. During our Sophomore year our class officers were Lyle Johns,President5 Norman Strader, Vice-Presidentg Dorothy Wood, Secretarygand Jim Clark,Trea- surer. Our class advisors were Mr. Stone and Mrs. Shields. Shirley McNary was chosen Queen Attendant and Lyle Johns was her escort. Our Homecoming float won second prize. As Juniors we chose Pat Monahan, President, Jim Clark, Vice-Presidenty Chlora Chapman, Secretary, and Doug Mullikin, Treasurer. For Homecoming Queen Attendant we chose Georgia Herrington and her escort was Ed Harsh- barger. e avi Q J - 'Mix .,f' K " . 4 ,n,gsmfg n, My S ,W . - ' 1. - Q' , , 1 uae, f .- V' . kk' V Q ' s Charles Sharon Bill Max Janice Anderson Bennett Byers Carey clark . .iqijxf , . . AVV-k Kay Linda Janet Marion Ellen Clark Connor Cook Cothron Cunningham i'KfQ5 J . 53? Patty Ellison Georgia Herrington ,seww n o af fine Charlotte Key qiiaggil Russ Moore 3 ' .SB S J xl E W? as QM Q1 --f K... 7 Qs ni? 3 -r Bert Fidler Larry Foltz Ronald Hudson LaVoice Key Rosalie Murphy Connie Johns . , i fry A ' .-as 1 '52 y, Adron Lewis f , J ,, M dwg? i -. A .r Alden Nay , , .M , fi sf, Eiikwedh jfQieQawoea . Q Virginia Franklin Lyle Johns !i:T3:3! L gag? Q Charles Lewis lQFnie Rgsd f Nellie Perkins l 45 Ed Harshbarger Larry Kearns W Shirley McNary 3 J' . 'Z' Larry Shafer Bob Norman Susan MRI' Saret Ronnie S1 tz Strader Te fft TDSJIIPS on W1 erman D Jerry wilggzgan Sggghy Gib SO" rj , 1 .XLJYX ,Q-fway ,lTTrLL , 4 ' f l - 1 ' A J: . , gdb V 94? Wifi ' I GJ 4 'Fi A lf, 1-in 9 Q i""'Pi' - 3 A ' '?'. I 'in A N'-7, 149 l j .Z5. l 5' kxcga 1' ' xx cya 6945 ' ' ,i. fx 6 A 1,5 Q ni if X 'I Ffa fitggkaa A -'G.a5Q E -1- gras.-rs 1.1,,.ar:sg.1. 's 'g.1112::sis22m.. 11 is-M Rams W6E?5g w'mdwfi i A fX Asa' niggas 5m?g'XWQf '+9g" Art Beazley g3' aft President aiL5M'. gl .ilzgililgs -T ' 1asasr evans - ' T - Q' ,sn 'g' I1'FA? 1: F -5 . Shauna Powell , im'-Lyn? .Vice-President ,V?' '1-endif , LM SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY Jim Binford Secretary- CLASS Last year as WGreen Freshmenn, we elected Danny Strader, Presidentg Arthur Beazley,Vice-Presidentg and Rosemary Soupis, Secretary-Treasurer. Bob Waldron and Jo Elaine Hoots served as student council members. Our class adv1sors were Miss Newmann and Mr. Dunn. Barbara Biggs was cnosen Queen Attendant and Danny Strader was her escort. This year as 'Silly SophomoresH,we chose Arthur Beazley, Presidenga Shauna Powell, vice-Preslaentg and Jim Binford, Secretary-Treasurer. Hein and Carolyn Kluesner were chosen as student auncil representatives. Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Willmann are our class advisors. Our class colors are black and white. Barbara Biggs was our Queen Attendant and Ed Hein was her escort. Our Homecoming float won third prize. We are looking forward to 1958 when we will become upper-classmen and WJolly Juniorsn. Kg . if Q-S .. s -. A wwwwqfo, S 1:5 . A X , 'N 3 L . ., f:- - ls ,quam r . 'Ali'k f a" , W 2 A 3 I A .5 Sandra Sue John Bobbie QBITY gatsy Anderson Anderson Byers Biggs owers rocks 9. xg , A 2 .. 17: N 5 .5 fa- , A - F ,Y Charlotte G th 1 Janet . b Bunten Bizgeis Carlberg Carroll Cothron ESX .Tim Tom Jerry C OX C ox Dowell David Ellison Sh irley Jim Fletcher Foltz P Mary Joyce Gary Gooch Good Gross Larry Guyot Bennie Eula Hays Hays Ed Oretta Faribell Carolyn Glen Arvin Hein Hudson Idleman Kluesner Little LYOH .,.,,, W X ' " V -:-Q'-'l--' 'V 'f W - ga :.1. . ' ' 1--o ...,,o. n e A.. gzo- -S- wi -Q-- h i V L s rrry eev' X Jerry Karen Joan Dennis Jeanette Jack Mallad Morris Murph 11 ers Parrott Philli s Y Wg friv- , , rem? H E if . . i -1 J 4 - w ' 'S 2 gQR,,aWQ , ' .wrz swgzf, Q K ' ' K 3 f .. Margaret Russell Kathleen Thomas ,' L' or -'Ear . z iiili 66? , I . Mar D01'012hY Loretta Shaw Sitz Snaulding f if Mary Ann Pgggy Dorothy Thompson Titus Vandeveer XM A "'. E , .. 4 r iF, my IHWV QNX S Charles Stewart Bob Vyverberg . r L, u. K wg ,WNi 2 X Danny Strader 2 ,rx Larry Weller J h D via Jon wgog Wright Yougg A ab gi, if I ' vf gm? I 532-.5 , V o E s x - Y. llliEi'q:::y sag' E? isnqf -u ,LA 4 E - wi , or rl S5 e. rr? - h K Yu! - A G, li 41 I N X X43 Joe Monahan President A uY'II!lIFi2ts. B111 Har shbar ger Lianne Allen Vice-President ' Secretary' Treasurer FRESHMA t CLASS FRESHMAN GLASS HISTORY This year as Wgreeniesn we elected Joe Monahan, Presidentg B111 Harshbarger, Vice-Presidentg Secretary-Treasurer, Lianne Allen. Benita Bushu and Ann Smart were chosen as our student council representatives. Our class advisors were Coach Baker and Miss Whitson. Mary Blagg was chosen Queen Attendant and her escort was Joe Monahan. We chose WAn Empty Brain is the Devi1's Workshopng as our motto and the 'mum' as our flower. Our class colors are black and turquoise. Our Homecoming float won second place. 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Romine for TD. Cox on end run ake gives inSt1'11Cti'Or1S- Mu1111-:in nits trouble. This page sponsored by HOLTERMANS if-, my X WJ First Row: Nancy Herrington, Stanley Joe Clark, Kay VanGundy Second Rows Mary Blagg, Ed Hein, Georgia Herrington, Dave Uphoff, Peggy Phillips, Dave Herrington, Pat Cox Ed Harshbarger, Bobbie Biggs, Joe Monahan. 0 Q56 CORE OKAW VALLEY TOURNAM NT RESULTS MONTICELLO CFIRSTD ARCOLA CSECONDP UNITY CTHIRDJ ATWOOD CFOURTH7 MATTOON REGIONAL TOURNAMENT ARCOLA H9 SULLIVAN SO ARCOLA 69 MT. zION 67 ARCOLA 65 BROCTON H8 Anc0LA 64 ARTHUR M8 ARCOLA 63 WESTFIELD M9 Anc0LA 36 UNITY N6 ARCOLA 65 ATWOOD H9 ARCOLA 50 CERR0 G0Rn0 52 ARc0LA 51 MONTICELLO 58 ARCOLA 37 PARIS 69 ARCOLA 39 NEWMAN no ARCOLA 9 TUsc0LA N1 ARCOLA 5h VILLA GR0VE 50 ARCOLA H3 BEMENT 34 ARCOLA 61 ARTHUR 50 ARc0LA 59 SULLIVAN 39 ARCOLA 62 ARGENTA E8 ARCOLA 70 0AKLA D 0 ARCOLA 29 DAN'V. SCHLARMAN 25 ARCOLA 68 TUSCOLA 39 w0N 17 L0sT 8 1957 0xAw VALLEY TOURNAMENT ARCOLA 25 VILLA Gn0VE 16 ARc0LA uh TUsc0LA 36 ARc0LA 34 UNITY Q2 ARCOLA 39 MONTICELLO 0 MONTIcELLO HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT MONTICELLO 62 ARc0LA 55 FOOTBALL 1956 25 ARCOLA ST. ELMO ARCOLA 13 ATWOOD ARCOLA 39 SULLIVAN ARCOLA 34 ARTHUR ARCOLA 20 OAKLAND ARCOLA 7 OAKWOOD ARCOLA 7 VILLA GROVE ARCCLA 7 TUSCOLA WON 4 LOST 3 TIED 1 CHEERLEADER VARSITY Brenda Biggs, Peggy Phillips, Bobbie Sue Biggs, and Connie Johns B-TEAM Ann Smart, Lianne Allen, Linda Stump, and Mary Blagg VAR ITY Left to Right: l l Ed Harshbarger, Pat Monahan, Tim Monahan Joe Mona- han, Lyle Johns, Danny Strader, Doug Mullikin, Rob- bie Arrol, Tom Romine, Bob Cox, Norman Strader,Bill Harshbarger, Coach Lou Baker. J l0R VAR ITY Front Row: Back Row: ggzgrgiggona Laffy Marlow, Jim Cox, Larry Weller, Bob Duane Koger, Harry Bright, Paul McNary. Jim Binford, Larry Guyot, Art Beazley, Joe Monahan B111 Harshbarger Robbie Arrol Danny Strada? 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It is a non-profit organization which receives its funds for operating expenses from the school board.It sponsors various kinds of programs and entertainment throughout the year. This year they sponsored a dance after the Arcola-Tuscola football game to improve the feeling of sportsmanship and to lessen the rivalry between the two schools. Hot chocolate and doughnuts were served and the high school dance band provided the music. The get-together was a big success. The council also sponsored a safety program concerning a dr1ver's reactions to different driving conditions. A guest speaker and local and state police officers took part in this program along with the students and teachers. The officers of the council this year were President, Dave Herr- ingtong Vice-President, Georgia Herringtong and Secretary, Peggy Phil- lips. The students representing them at the state convention at Chic- ago this year are Ed Hein and Art Beazley. R. ARCO - LITE lst row- Tom Romine, copy editor, Virginia Connor, co-ed- itor, Tim Monahan, sports editor, Majorie Chumbley, fea- ture editor, Ethel Daily, feature editor. 2nd row- Betty Laley, columnist, Brenda Biggs,gir1s sport editor, Miss Whitson, advisor, Joe Gaylord, club editor Janet Cox, club editor, Marquitta Herrington, columnist. ABSENT- Monte Stump, editor. . C0 -LITE lst row- Lavcice Key, sports editor, Kay Clark, feature editor, Leah Wightman, feature editor, Dorothy Wood,co- editor, Pat Monahan, co-editor, Miss Dennis, advisor. 2nd row-Don Wilson, club editor,Linda Connor,column1st, Janet Cook,columnist, Ed Harshbarger, sports editor , Ellen Kay Cunningham, sports editor, Rosalie Murphey, copv editor: Jim Clark. coby editor. Q3 0 D th w d t OFFICERS OPC Y 00 , secre aryg Mr. Reed, adviser, Pat Cox resident' David UPh0ff, vice-presidents Shauna Powell, treasurer? 7 PEP CLUB lst row- Joe Gaylord, Joan Murphy, Kay Clark, Shauna Powell, David Uphoff, Pat Cox, Mr. Reed, Dorothy Wood, Janet Carlburg, Marquitta Herrington. 2nd row- Lianne Allen, Gaythel Burgess, Mary Ann Thompson, Marjorie Chumbley, Linda Stump, Erma Ellison, Jeanette Parrott, Beth Hall, Sandra Sisk Ethel Daily, Peggy Phillips, Janet Cox. 3rd row- Georgia Herrington, Beverly Johns, Mary Blagg, Linda Fletcher, Betty Laley, Nancy Keal, Virginia Franklin, Karen Morris, Janet Cook, Janice Clark, Janet Smart, Lila Bright, Nancy Goff. Nth row- Leah Wightman, Barbara Carroll, Dorothy Sitz, Mary Gooch Connie Johns, Brenda Biggs, Billy McCoy, LaVoice Key, Rosalie Murphey, Carolyn Kleisner, Loretta Spaulding, Bobbie Sue Biggs, Benita Bushu. 5th row- Ann Smart, Suzie Teft, Duane Koger, Russell Moore, Norman Strader, Bill Byers, Jim Clark, Bob Cox, Bill Harshbarger Alden Nay, Joyce Good, Gary Howrey. 6th row- Dave Herrington, Robbie Arrol, Jerry Thompson, Lyle Johns, Pat Monahan, Ed Harshbarger, Tim Monahan, Joe Monahan, Larry Kerns, Tom Romine, Doug Mullikin, Stan Allen, Larry Marlow ABSENT- Max Carey David Ellison, Bert Fidler, Jerry Gibson, Larry Guyot, Ed Hein, Larry Shafer, Danny Strader, Monte Stump, George Vandeveer, Patsy Wood. RPCHBHETMY This is the first year of the Arcola High School Pep Club. The sole purpose of the Pep Club is to support the team both at home and away games. The officers for this first year are Pat Cox, President, Larry Foltz, Vice President, Dorothy wood, Secretary, Shauna Powell, Treasurer. David Uphoff became Vice President when Larry Foltz moved away. Our sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shields, Rev. and Mrs. Owen Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wesch. The Pep Club meets every Friday. During that weekly meet- ing a Pep Session is always held. l YEA! TEAM! .Y 4-41 ' "MAscoT" LETTERME ' CLUB lst row: Larry Guyot, Jim Clark, Monte Stump, Vice-Presidentg Tom Romine, Presidentg Ed Harshbarger,Secretary and Treasurerg Norman Strader, Art Beazley. 2nd row: Bob Curry, Bob Cox, David Uphoff, Dave Herrington, Robbie Arrol, Bill Perkins, Bob Vyverberg. 3rd row: Larry Weller, Lyle Johns, Pat Monahan, Tim Monahan, Joe Monahan, Danny Strader, Doug Mullikin, History The Lettermen's Club was first organized in 1953 by Coach Lou Baker. The purpose of the club is to encourage better re- lationship between athletics and the school, In order to be eligible for membership, a boy has to earn a varsity letter in some sport. Each year the club has several projects which they try to complete during the school year. One of the projects is to have pictures made of all distinguished basketball or foot- ball teams and to hang them in the new gym. Also we decided to have enlargements made of the players who have made all area or all conference. Under the pictures will be all the honors that that player has received during his high school career. A project completed this year, with the help of the school board, was hanging a large welcoming blanket and one pennant for each school in the Okaw Valley in the new gym, Each spring the Lettermen's Club tries to save enough money to go out for a nice dinner and to have some sort of entertainment. The extra money always goes towards new pro- jects for the next school year, INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB wayne Younger, Stan Allen, Jack Browning, Bill Bob Curry, Charles Stewart, Lew wingler, Kenneth lst row: Perkins, Sloan. 2nd row: Ronnie wright, Ronnie 3rd row: George Sitz, Max Shaw, Wienman, Larry Marlow, John Young, David Roberts, Bennie Hayes, Michael Ashley. Vandeveer, Wayne Cothron, Larry Drake, Bob Phillip Anderson, Gary Howrey, Mr. Reed. HISTCRY At the suggestion of our advisor, Mr. Reed, an Industrial Arts Club was formed this year. The officers elected were: Jack Browning, President, Bill Perkins, Vice-Presidentg Stan Allen, Secretaryg Bob Curry, Treasurer. h A The twenty-four members ordered club pins and planned different activities. Some of the club's activities consisted of a skating party at Mattoon, the making of lamps to sell, and an all day trip to Decatur to see other work shops. . 4 I in-.., ll.H.H. Front Row: Second Row: Third Row: Forth Row: Fifth Row: LPPERCLASSME Gaythel Burgess, Janet Carlberg, Mary Ann Thompson, Dixie Chapman Mary Finn. Erma Ellison, Beth Hull, Lianne Allen, Linda Stump,Sandra Sisk, Sharon Cloyd. Melba Goad, Beverly Johns, Lila Bright,Loretta Spaulding, Mary Blagg, Benita Bushu, Shirley Fletcher. Linda Fletcher, Shawna Powell, Faribell ldleman, Barbara Carroll, Ann Smart, Karon Morris. Bobbie Biggs, Nancy Goff, Mary Gooch, Alice Sargent,Joyce Good, Dorothy Sitz, Nancy Keal. OFFICERS Seated: Pat Harris, Treasurer, Joan Sanders, Vice- President, Audrey Landreth, Secretary, Georgia Herrington, President, Standing: Ruth Ann Keal, Senior, Chlora Chapman, Junior, Karon Morris, Sophmore, Beverly Johns, Freshman, Board Members G.A.A. U DERCLASSME Front Row: Gaythel Burgess,Janet Calberg,Mary Ann Thompson, Dixie Chapman, Mary Finn. Second Row: Erma Ell1son,Beth Hu11,Lianne Allen,L1nda Stump, Sandra Sisk, Sharon Cloyd. Third Row: Melba Goad, Beverly Johns, Lila Bright, Loretta Spaulding, Mary Blagg, Benita Bushu, Shirley Fletcher. Forth Row: Linda Fletcher, Shauna Powell, Faribell Idleman, Barbara Carroll, Ann Smart, Karon Morris. Fifth Row: Bobbie Biggs,NancyGoff,Mary Gooch,Al1ce Sargent, Joyce Good, Dorothy Sitz, Nancy Keal HI 'l'0RY In May 1956 the G. A. A. Officers for the next year wefe elected, they are as follows, Georgia Herrington, President? Joan Sanders,Vice PresidentgPat Harris,Treasurer5 and Audrey Landreth, Secretary. Fifty-cents dues were decided for every one, instead of twenty-five cents the first semester for the Freshmen. Freshmen initiation was held in October. The Homecoming dance was held in the new high school gym in the month of November.The gym was decorated in purple and white,the theme wasUDeep Purplen. The band was Gene Trimble. The Christmas Dance was held Dec.15,1956. The club voted to do away with the banquet this year.The theme of the dance was WSilver Seranadan. The band was Fred warren Connie Johns was elected to go to G.A.A.Camp and Dorothy Woods was chosen alternate. We feel that this year has been a prosperour and reward- ing year. GIRLS ACTIVITIE ofv 050 Igb The SQUARE Dance Having troubles, Beth? E well? The Sneaky Type Air Raid The End Mvl MV! Hula I Ol Dill lst row: Joe Hawkey,Gene Cox,Freddie Shields,Mr. Roberts, Dennis Myers, David Rich, Bobbie Coombe. 2nd row: Ronald Hudson, Tam Cox, Danny Stillwell, George Fidler, Billy Harshbarger, Duane Koger, Henry Carlberg. 3rd row: Larry Shafer, Norman Strader, Larry Guyot, David Ellison, Jim y Little, Glen Little, John Byers. hth row: Charles Anderson, David Uphoff, Bill Byers, Tom Cox, John Young, Bert Fidler, Lloyd Little, Jim Clark. Sth row: Larry Young, Don Wilson, Charles Moler, Lyle Johns, Ed Harshbarger, Jerry Thompson, Larry Weller, Danny Strader, Arvin Lyons. ABSENTs Max Carey, Myron Shonkwiler. OFFICERS SITTING: Lloyd Little, Sentinel, Larry Weller, Jr. Re- porter, Norman Strader, Jr. Vice-President, David Uphoff, President, Jim Clark, Secretary, Jerry Thompson, Reporter STANDING: Arvin Lyons, Jr. Reporter, Ed Harshbarger, Jr. President, M . Roberts, Advisor, Danny Strader, Jr. Sen- tinel, B111 Byers, Jr. Secretary. ABSENT: Max Carey, Vice-President, Myron Shonkwiler, Treasurer. F. H. A. OFFICERS Sitting: Janet Cook, Historiang Connie Johns,Parl1amentariang Janet Cox, Treasurerg Betty Laley, Vice-Presidentg Kay Clark Secretaryg Brenda Biggs, President. Standing: Pat Cox, Public Relationsg Bobbie Biggs, Recreation Chairmang Chlora Chapman, Degree Chairmang Mrs. Smith,Advisor Leah Wightman, Co-Degree Chairmang Janet Smart, Projects. F.H.A. History The Arcola F. H. A. Chapter has had a very interesting year, We have forty-nine members, Ellen Kay Cunningham gave a talk on her visit to Cuba. Mr. R.E, Ketter, drapery consultant from Young's Depart- ment Store in Mattoon, gave a talk on materials. Mrs. Jetta Beavers gave a demonstration on the care of hands and nails. Also we gave our annual Christmas Tea, and Style Show. We all hope we can live up to the standards and become good Future Homemakers of America. LEAH AND JANET HEART SIS' LILA AND MARY CAMERA CLUB lst row: Arvin Lyons, Vice-President, LaVoice Key, Secretary- Treasurerg Larry Kearns, Presidentg Mrs, Shields, Advisor. 2nd row: Lew Wingler, Gene Cox, Marjorie Chumbley, Jerry Dow- ell, Nancy Keal, Fred Shields, Wendel Smith. 3rd row: Rosalie Murphy, Russ Moore, Norman Strader, Virginia Connor, Bob Curry, Diane Myers, Jack Browning. hth row: Larry Guyot, Mike Ashley, Ronnie Roberts, Don Wilson John Robert Woods, Jim Cox, Bert Fidler, Marion Cothron. ABSENT: Philip Anderson, Sharon Bennett, John Byers, Jerry Malady, Shirley McNary, Charles Stewart, David Wright, John Young, This year the Camera Club has more members than ever be- fore, There are between thirty-five and forty students in the club. The officers are President, Larry Kearns, Vice- President,Arvin Lyons, Secretary-Treasurer, LaVoice Key. Our advisor is Mrs. Shields. The main function of the club is to teach the students how to take better pictures and how to handle cameras. The Torch Staff wishes to thank Harold Kerns for the use of his homecoming pictures. F,H A. lst row: Janet Carlberg, Charlotte Bunten, Dixie Chapman, Mrs. Smith, Mary Ann Thompson, Donna Rae woods, Mary Finn, Marquitta Herrington. 2nd row: Shirley Garlberg, Ann Laymon, Marjorie Chumbley, Beth Hull, Pat Cox, Joanna Good, Ethel Daily, Ruth Ann Keal, Kay Clark. 3rd row: Jeanette Parrott, Peggy Phillips, Chlora Chapman, Janet Cox, Melba Good, Beverly Johns, Margaret Thompson, Janet Smart, Leah Wightman. hth row: Bobbie Sue Biggs, Lila Bright, Dorothy Sitz, Betty Laley, Nellie Perkins, Donna Perkins, Mary Blagg, Loretta Spaulding, Wanda Perkins. Sth row: Janice Clark, Diane Myers, Virginia Connor, Harriet Miller, Alice Sargent, Ellen Cunningham, Brenda Biggs, Janet Cook, Kay Bright, Connie Johns. PEG AND BRENDA HEART SIS' lst row: Mrs. Smith, Marquitta Herrington, Ann Laymon, Linda Stump, Sharon Cloyd, Charlotte Bunten, 2nd row: Beth Hull, David Rich, Gary Howrey, Lew Wingler, Pat Cox, Lianne Allen. 3rd row: Peg Phillips, Janet Cox, Benita Bushu, Ellen Cunningham, Janet Smart, Kay Clark, Jeanette Parrott. hth row: Nancy Goff, Betty Laley, Carolyn Kleisner, Larry Young, Brenda Biggs, Mary Gooch, Nancy Keal, Kay Bright. F,T.A, OFFICERS Sitting: President, Brenda Biggs, Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Phillips, Vice-President, Ellen Kay Cunningham. Standing: Advisor, Mrs, Smith, Reporter, Pat Cox, Librarian, Ann Laymon. The F,T,A, got off to a fine start this year with 27 mem- bers. Our officers are President, Brenda Biggs, Vice-President Ellen Kay Cunninghamg Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Phillips. Our main function is learning all about teaching, We have a cadet teacher's program in which the students help out the teachers. This enables us to find the grade and teaching position for which we are most adapted. It is our hope that someday we will help fill the desperate need for teachers. JU HHICLASS PLAY 1956 GIRL CRA Y Jake, a caretaker......... ........ ....Jack Browning Danny Churchill, a playboy... ....Robb1e Arrol Louie, a taxi driver........ ...Tim Monahan Cactus, a cowboy.... .......Tom Cox Lucky, a cowboy.......... ....Bil1 Perkins Pete, a Mexican Bandit.... ...Monte Stump Lank, a killer......... ....Tom Romine Molly, the postmistress... .....Brenda Biggs Tess................... .....Barbara Conners Rose............................... .......Peggy Phillips Betty...............................,....MarJorie Chumbley Janet, from Chicago and points East............Janet Smart Laura.................................Marquitta Herrington Sallyooolooooasouoooosooooo sconce ooooo ooopat BabsO0OOlllI0 OOOOOOIICO OOOOOOOOIODOOO Uovt Sam Mason, another playboy. ....Dave Herrington Eaglerock, a real Indian... .........Stan Allen Lieutenant Caddigan, of the State Police.....Stan Allen Danny" L "Jake" M Q ., C0 r j , :YN I gx his N J' cg N 'J g X C: 'The Line-up 0 3: V '+- X0 ME . Run for :1 Q Q .9 4, X sr H Z H- UI UI 45 r--H OH n-'Q mo on-r cn in D' H-U' c+'4 Ill o 5 HQ VW WU -CN? thes 2" Z! SE l0R CLASS PLAY 195 "GUESS AGAI " Janet Moore, a college girl working at Edgewater Inn ---- Peggy Phillips Bill Douglas, a college boy in love with Janet --------- Dave Herrington Henry Grimes, owner and manager of the Inn ------------------ Tom Romine Waldo Fitts, porter and general nuisance at the Inn ------- -Tim Monahan Mrs. O. O. Skinner, a guest at the Inn ----------------------- Janet Cox Dora Mae, her rather fresh daughter --------------- Marqultta Herrington Olive Ordway, a health faddlst --------+------------------- Brenda Biggs Marcella Jenks, a journalistic girl-wonder ----------- Marjorie Chumbley Lord Wiggleton, from England -------------------------------- Stan Allen Bertie Blodgett, his valet -------------------------------- Robbie Arrol S. H. C"Soak-'em-Hard"J Pratt, the local banker ---------- Jack Browning Renee Lamour, a chiseler from Hollywood ---------------- Virginia Connor Lulu Perkins, a big-league newspaper columnist ------------- Janet Smart Sol Messer, a movie magnate --------------- ----------------- Monte Stump 2 smwlcn ve, M I I O-0 La-la!! K.P. The Mighty Atlas? ? ? Fresh Fish!!! JUNIUR CLASS PLAY " 0BOY' ALLOWED" Mr. Midnight, a prowler Rita Baxter, giving a slumber party... Jane Baxter, her younger sister...... Victrcla, the Baxter Cook. .......... . Fred Dana, in bad with Rita .... .. Lero Do le Fred's al y y p .......... . Edwina cook: Ritavs best friend... .. Belinda Elliot, Rita's riva1..... .. Nada Owens, a boy-hater........... .. Patsy Farrel, who loves to eat.... .. O'Brien, an officer of the law .... .. Keith Garland, Fred's rival ...... . Harvey Smith, Keith's man Friday.... Mrs. Dana, Fred's mother.....,.... ...... Alden Nay ... Janice Clark ....... Kay Clark ........Susie Teft Eddie Harshbarger .... Doug Mullikin ..Ellen Cunningham Georgia Herrington ..... Connie Johns .... Leah Wightman . Charles Anderson . ..... Pat Monahan ..... Larry Foltz .. Chlora Chapman Are these girls? Talking Negro? . ...i. I L,,,,,1 . .., . 2.Q1X. S M ' ' f.55'u'E'f5' f :Sw , k- k-Qvif' ' 1125 ,Sffiffif vw ii .il.n! ' . 7 fp .X v - 47.51, xx ,L W 'Y X - .N'Q' x ' U, .' b. .ul , ,gg .Amy Q AH f- ESQ! N . - A5 , mx A ' . 7.1 . HJ , Q Lfimak : . ' -Q f 1 1 :ix 'ff . X - . gf " x xx . " ' mg 1- - A N .x . ,MY , x . V- A3 N N , 3, -gi ' 'xg 0. N 1 1' Q 'Z' Q' X 3 Q . ' S382 'W 553 6635 Q5 A A A KZ KN 3 ,Mm Harriet Miller Virginia Connor Patsy Cox Drum Maiorettes Faribel Idleman Alice Sargent Janice Clark REED John Robert wood, Dorthy E SEMBLE 'v ,HQ l fi' Fi' Ai . aH'NN ,fi , Jg?l'Cx Q, f Sitz, Janet Cook, Chlora Chapman. Beth Hull, Sandra Sisk, Benita Bushu. Nancy Keal, Sandra Sisk Honure Hil- 7 eenbers, Malcolm Chandler. Lloyd Little, Virginia Connor Gaythel Burgess Art Beazley. Bob Vyverberg, Janet Cook, Linda Connor, Chlora Chap- mano BRASS HNBHMULEB 'Toe Gaylord Roger Shields Rcrmie Vyverberg Barbara Carroll Karen Morris B111 Byerely DA CE BA D ' . 3 O ,ggi J . gar- .1 H Mr. Scott, Benita Bushu, Ronnie Vyverberg, Joe Gaylord, Bob Vyverberg, Art Beazley, Wayne Younger. 0L0lSTS Top Row: Dorothy Wood, Joe Gay- lord, Bob Vyverberg, Dorothy Sitz Second Row: Linda Connor, Art Beazley, Benita Bushu. Third Row: Dave Rich, Beth Hull. Fourth Row: Gaythel Burgess, Ruth Ann Keal. Top Row: Bob Vyverberg, Linda Fletcher, Mr. Scott, Sandra Sisk, Lew Wingler. Bottom Row: Beth Hull, Chlora Chapman, Joe Gaylord, Art Beazley MIXED CHURU lst row Shauna Powell, Alice Sargent, Ellen Kay Cunningham, Monte Stump, Larry Weller, Lyle Johns, Jerry Thompson, Don Wilson, Dorothy Wood, Mary Gooch, Lavoice Key. 2nd row Benita Bushu, Nancy Goff, Linda Connor, Larry Kerns, Danny Strader, Arvin Lyons, Doug Mullikin, Rosalie Murphy, Ann Smart, Pat Harris. 3rd row Mary Blagg, Lila Bright, Linda Fletcher, Bob Vyverberg, Bill Byers, Stan Allen, Joan Sanders, Nancy Keal, Beverly Johns. Nth row Audrey Landreth, Beth Hull, Linda Stump, Marion Cothron, Larry Guyot, Lianne Allen, Shirley Fletcher, Erma Ellision. 5th row Ann Keal, Sharon Cloyd, Linda McAvene, Russell Moore Norman Strader, Alden Nay, Ann Laymon, Dixie Chapman, Mrs. hardy, Instructor. Absent Kay Bright, Max Carey, Sharon Lawrence, Larry Shafer GIRL ' GLEE CLUB g lst row Sharon Lawrence, Lavcice Key, Diane Meyers, Virginia Connor, Harriet Miller, Alice Sargent, Ellen Cunningham, Shauna Powell, Carolyn Kleusner, Mary Gooch. 2nd row Erma Ellision, Donna Perkins, Joan Sanders, Pat Harris, Dorothy Wood, Rosalie Murphy, Peggy Phillips, Nancy Goff, Nancy Keal. 3rd row Ann Laymon, Lila Bright, Mary Blagg, Patty Ellision, Virginia Franklin, Linda Connor, Linda Fletcher, Ann Smart Chlora Chapman, Beverly Johns. Nth row Ann Keal, Sandra Sisk, Lianne Allen, Linda McAvene Audrey Landreth, Benita Bushu, Shirley Fletcher, Linda Stump Beth Hull. Sth row Charlotte Bunten, Dixie Chapman, Sharon Cloyd, Donna Rae wood, Charlotte Key, Mary Ann Thompson, Mary Finn, Janet Carlberg, Mrs. Hardy, Instructor. Absent Kay Bright, Susan Tefft, Patsy Wood. Mrs. Hardy, Dorothy Wood Lavoice Key, Shauna Powell, Linda Connor, Audrey Landreth, Linda McAvene, Ann Laymon, Ann Keal. my lst row: Mrs. Hardy, instructor, Alden Nay, Larry Guyot Larry Shafer, Norman Strader, Russell Moore. 2nd row: Bob Vyverberg, Danny Strader, Larry Kerns, Bill Byers, Stan Allen, Marion Cothron. 3rd row: Doug Mullikin, Monte Stu p, larry Weller, Jerry Thompson, Lyle Johns, Don Wilson, Arvin Lyons. owl T M ABSENT: Max Carey. lst row: Mrs, Hardy, instructor. 2nd row: Mary Ann Thompson, Donna Wood. 3rd row: Ann Keal, Nancy Goff, Ann Laymon. HI a1n't got nobodyin nYbu can't fool me!n 3' T h e C h e e r 1 e a d e r s 2 + 3 :6 '7g5y VN : eq5,ff nWha+'s the matter with you, boy?H THE IINE-UP nAhhhhh, that feels gooooodln ELVIS Chief Big Heap ttess , i e g 'T t '49 iiiwiki .QT Q se l ?MH5HM 5 Q ,it - ww? wg 3 T 23.5 Q. ' EW A sl , I - Til 5 V wiwieh ,Qi rflfl? fi B T T, ns.g wg 5 135? u H Caught in the Act Susie T' lttt e T T Laughing Girl No-Trum! Casey?? MY BACK!!! 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Clark Edwards ggggr Bobby Harshbarger Katherine Hood Pny111s King 1 s xi 5 M .V L.. Kenneth McCoy Marsha Taylor '777,q6,o.. affix fs Bggfghq' mg e e?Q R o o M3f4s ffnrw' in 263555 4 asfrfdfv I-fp i QQSW gi Carol n 'WL"' Mccrofy Mitchell Reece xkLh K ji V ,E 3 igheis s'l X3 2? ngwg5i s.ngj, if '1.g Y WJITQE? ."k'k -f ' in W e... ff' I I ,Q L-LkL. enen 1 rs n,w , kwh Gary 0 U Thomas W81t0U Mary Bright l 3 . K.. I Q , ,.k., V , .,.. . " .1 ' 1. 1 ' gigf KI, I W. G.,:.e,g sua x 5 355 Marie Hall 0 Honoure Hilgenberg Janet Idlemen 1,-w. . ' 'vu 5' , , Jack McCoskey Ronnie Sanders Woolard GRADE CH00l. BA KETBALL TEAM CHEERLEADERS Susan Romine, Jane Blagg, Pat McCrory, Mary Bright. The light-weights have had a very successful season. Not only have they won the County Tournament, but they have the distinction of being the first Arcola Team ever to participate in a State Tournament. LIGHT-WEIGHTS won l5 Lost H Congratulations, THE TORCH STAFF HEAVY-WEIGHTS Won 6 Lost 7 LIGHT-WEIGHTS lst row- Larry Blagg, Glen Rogers, Don Munson Bob Harshbarger, Billy Miller, Steve Cuppy. 2nd row-Coach Parmentier, John Walton, Ronald Drake, Dick Weller, Don Hudson, Kenneth McCoy, Jim Uphoff, Jack McCoskey. HEAVY-WEIGHTS lst row- Tony Thompson, Dick Weller, Ronnie Vyverberg, Don Hudson, Danny Philson. 2n row-Steve Foss, Corky Clark, Danny Ghere, Denny Gross, Phil Lawrence, Charles Sniveley. . .'. f - ,... , Q, E , , , .. 0 . . - . Q' .V ' ,. . , ug- L .L v- o .4 . Q '. . 0- , . . ,, , . ,QI s 1. .1 1 ' . -.V l . , .. .t , . l., V, . ,.. ' 1-Q. A Q V. -i. '. . ..u- . . . ., - ,-, 4 Inf- A Q . . . . . - .F ' - .. , , Q ' . -h.. . 1-U.. .A . ' '. ' 1 n r "., -. I . . .-- . " ' .K ' -- -I . n , '. Q- - 1 '-0 f ' 1 'J --qi-,, -1 , , Q - O ' l .. ' ' 4' , I ' 1 ,- p . , A ., - . , .,-,K - I., .. .4 'K a.D' ,, O , ' an H., . f., , 5, i y' J-, . V. 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THE GREAT SCHOOL ROBBERY Douglas Deputy Catches + f 7 A rcola Scljgg-lk grglar ARCTOLA -W Thv PIISIOLURH at the Arroia Hugh Schuoi cieaningz up aim' a lake school festivity '1'hurS1iap' night wa: surprised 3172 a,m. Friday by a Eafge man waving a gzmw. The vustudzan, R 0 b f- r 1 Mocwrv. Memoon, xx-m,in me pI'im:ipa1's office whvn the man stepped quietly in tho mom, drew his gun and told 1XIrmr0 tu may where he was. Thw mem wxalx the gun xx:-ss Dnmuglns fflgvumy Deputy Shox- iif Gmc- Miller. who ghuufzht ifw mxsiodiaan was a Bufglfm Bum mon had a common fhmxgiu as ZY1fYOVf' ako thought that 1V1'i!lm', xiressvci zu emi' iarvgarix wav ahur'gM11 'FEW mefminq 1-Iinmxf--I an vxfriting E-mxsr uhlvlz Qmrfmi when Px'irwmaE 'Fix-nm: I-mf. im' Q-allvfi me xiwriifk whim- Sn rwarhy 'I':xSvuM and 'iw iw wal palm- rn rrfporr thai a 115222 was seen in me high srhuul and thai n burglary azwmpi was suspevivd. Miiler left Tusvolu wuh Sxaxe Policy:-man Robert Rxley fm- a fast ride to Arcola. 'Three local police had sur- munded the building with the aid of two teachers by me mme Miller and Rxiey ar- armxzifd. Whvn Millm' and Riley ar- rivvdr Riley guardvd one door and Miller entered the front door which he found unlm-kcd, Muller said he was afraid mv bumizlar had already left 11:0 pz'G'misms:. hui he dmzidvd io chowk the mst of Nw build- ing, Whilv hr- was walking ax-mimi. his h-'Kami zu noiw mm- Zxx: from the D!'iIT4'iIX7lfA'4 UIIkil'l.'. Wham he' f'!!1!'l'f"l Nw nffirr-, hr sau vm- mzux smmiim: Www. Xlallvz- mimi Bw cirwv his gxm. 'Nm cuxmdxan, Mmm'-, did .ml say a word fur n Yrfw minumsa and thru explamvd that he was thi? janitor. "Builders of new Grade Schoolnv MATTOON ' ILLINOIS ' BE CHAS xy ' , uw' - !SHIP BY TRUCK A ' TRUCKING SMITH BROS COMPLIMENTS OF ,Pm ipx, qw ip LOUIE PBOUT SISK'SGROCERY AND FILLING STATION PHILLIPS 66 GAS AND OIL OPEN SUNDAYS 3 P.N. TO 8 P.M. you PHONE L+8l+ .xx - -N, x ' - Nb 'S Y. 5 I A -New-mx A -f fQ14v4rQ--'I'-JP I x -f ' " ""'-'-492449:-'f' ' I HARVEY PULLEN 'Q ASKD BY COUHYWY C f0UNE'iK.EfK1U. H..LiN0'1H is I, -. , I 'WE GIVE GREEN STAMPSH NARM USBHIV 133 CAFE R Dqrothea Mullikin 4 Kemp W. R. HARVEY 5 JOHN B. KING Hindsboro C. W. VAN GUNDY, JR. Filson A COMPLIMENTS OF ARCOLA ILLINOIS CO'MPLI'MIENTS OF I I TH E Q4 55- E. 6 1 0 C9 av""' QQ A eres no ig- about lt' 9 wusyus . X PLACE f T TO EAT iv Th 1 Qfxt., QUESUOH Kg R 1 X x Xe! RI I Q g10GR4A 10,4 0? THE THOMPSON STU DIO 9+ 1, "' xv 4 V' Q 4, F X INSURANCE YOU MUST BE SATISFIEU QU A LIT P S AN D Envncf' ig? l N CLWI YOU'LL KNOW - COM LIMEITS OF GLAZB GARAGE EXPERT CAR REPAIR PHONE 10b3 ARCOLA ILLINOIS E CLYDE GOOD GROCERY MEATS - CANNED GOODS - VEGETABLES N .51 A f - ? 'FE 'ss' r . 1 6"f204 Ziff QF? x 7 WX? fxd-Q1 X Well-Groomed Women Evarywhera X Q WW O Depend .Un Profosslqupl Beauty can .J . 65? 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