Arenzville High School - Raider Yearbook (Arenzville, IL)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1951 volume:
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Thls book IS respectfully dedlcated to the
AIUITIHI of the Arenzvllle I-hgh School who have
been are or wlll be ln the Armed Servlces of
our country helpmg to stem the tlde of forelgn
would make lrnposslble book such as thls
freely and democratlcally concelved and executed
and carrylng no subtle propaganda to ensnare lts
Publmshed by th Semors
ARENZVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
isrns," which, should they engulf our country,
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LEFT TO RIGHT Marun Burrus Edwm Lakamp Edward Wessler Vlrgll
Wegehoft Kenneth Grammer Ray Wade Hunter Chapman One Mem
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B A M A Pr1nc1pa1 Hlstory B S LL B , Mathemetlcs
MILDRED S FOSTER
B S Home Economms
MARILYN H. MOON
S., Phys. Ed., Enghsh
PAUL I.. HABBEN
B A Vocal Mus1c
JAMES R FOX VERDIE L ALTIZER
B S Agmculture S Coach B1o1ogy Sclence
ALBERT A MCCARTY
B M Instrumental Mu.s1c
FERN F. RANSON
B. A., M. A., Eng11sh, Latm
B A Commerce
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On September 1, 1947, twenty-eight
"green" freshmen entered the halls of
Arenzville High School. Two weeks later a
class meeting was held and the following
officers were elected, Elizabeth Paul--
President, Katy Carls- -Vice -President,
J o an Goodpasture - - Secretary, Wanda
Schone - - Treasurer, Connie Lovekamp - -
Student Council Representative and Mr.
Homer Dahman as our Class Advisor.
During the school term one of our class-
mates, James Rexroat, moved away.
Coming back in '48 We were minus 3
classmates Mary Jones, Gene Parks, and
Carl Fozzard, but in February we welcomed
a new member Opal Beard, to our class
Officers chosen were, Richard Fricke
President Jack Hanzmeier Vice Presi
dent Vera Roegge Secretary, Katy
Carls Treasurer, Dorothy Engebrecht
Student Council Representative, and Mrs
Fern Ranson as our Class Advisor W
started the year with a bang by giving a
Freshmen Initiation Party inthe gym We
also had a Christmas Party at the home of
Rosalie Roegge We are proud of our Presi
dent Richard Fricke, who was escort of
our 1949 Queen
In 49 when we were Juniors we were
missing two classmates, Dorothy Enge
brecht and Emma Schlueter, but we are
happy to have with us again our former
classmate, Mary Jones To raise money
we had bake sales, candy sales, and sold
Ice cream and squawky dolls at basketball
g mes Our Junior Play The Daffy Dills "
was a huge success Our Junior Senior
Banquet was held on May 6 1n the Arenz
ville Community Hall The room was decor
ated beautifully The officers for the year
were, Jean Beets--President, Pat Schnit-
ker--Vice President, Opal Beard--Secre-
tary, Elizabeth Paul--Treasurer, Max
Lippertand Vera Roegge--Student Council
Representatives, and Miss Marilyn Hunter
as our Class Advisor.
In our last and final year as Seniors, we
were minus three classmates, Carolyn
Anderson, Wanda Schone, and Muriel Wal-
ters, who became brides before school
started. The officers for the year are: Pat
Schnitker--President, Mary Jones--Vice-
President, Vera Roegge--Secretary, Eliza-
beth Paul Treasurer Martin Schlueter,
Dick Fricke and Jack Hansmeier Student
Council Members, Mrs Marilyn Moon the
former Marilyn Hunter, as our Class Ad
visor We sold sodapop at the home basket
ball games Our Senior Play "The Tin
Hero, " was given November 17 and was a
success The annual Senior Carnival was
held on February 17, and was also asuccess
All arelooking forward to the Junior Senior
Banquet the trip to Chicago, andGraduat1on
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Mary Ellen Elliott
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We had s1xteen members ln our class as freshmen The class
off1cers for 48 49 were
X1 mee Pres1dent
Student Coune1l Representatmx es
Hlghlxghts of the year were the 1n1t1at1on party and the return
party a wlener roast for the Sophomores
ln 49 50 we lost two classmates Charles Hwely and Mlldred
Splnee leav1ng 14 mernbers to carry on Offlcers for the year were
Presldent Ray Schmtker
V1Ce Presldent Norman West
Secretary Carolyn Peck
Treasurer Colleen Roegge
Student Counc1l Representat1ves Clyde McCloud
Class Advlsor Verdle Alt1zer
As 1S the custom we gave the Freshmen an 1n1t1at1on party The
h Ohhght of theyear was our one actplay ent1tled "Last N1ght's Paper
The freshmen s return party was ln the form of a wxener roast and
For our Jun1or year the offmers are
Representatwes Carolyn Peck
Russell W1nkelrnan Colleen Roegge
Mlldred Foster Marguerxte Campbell
In 50 51 we galned one classmate Mary Ellen Elhott but los1
another at the end of the fxrst semester Martha Dennxs We wa1ted
anxlously for our class rmgs and most of us are now wearlng one
We are looklng forward to our play the .Tun1or Senlor Banquet and
plcked up corn and sold candy and 1ce cream at ball games
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The Sophomore class has had the good fortune of retaxnmg the
or1g1nal twenty three members who began as Freshmen 1n the fall
At the beglnnmg of the present school year the class elected offlcers
Presldent Maxme Strlckler
V1C6 Presldent Karla Hart
Secretary V1rg1n1a Kl1enschm1dt
Treasurer Max1ne Huppe
Class Adv1sor Mr Dahman
Student Counc1l Representatlves John Crawford
FOl1OW1ng the regular course the Sophomores of thls year gave an
1n1t1at1on party for the Freshmen whxch l1ke all s uch part1es 15 al
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September 5 1951 was an exc1t1ng day for twenty two freshmen
At our flrst class meetlng we elected class off1cers as follows
Presldent Don I-Iobrock
V1ce Pres1dent Joy Roegge
Secretary Elmer N1ckel
Treasurer Wayne Strubbe
Student Councxl Representat1ves Herman Roegge
Class Advlsor Verd1e Alt1zer
We were sorry to lose two of our class members J1m Orrls and
Betty Solman who moved
One of the most 1nterest1ng events of the year was the 1n1t1at1on
party wh1ch the Sophomores gave us on September ZZ 1950 Some of
the thmgs we had to do were embarrassmg, but we all had fun
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FIRST AND SECOND GRADES
FOURTH ROW Norvene Foster Jud1thS1ottag Barbara Burrus Deborah Clark Shrrley Hansmerer Claralynn
Wood Ronald Kershaw Charles Mullens Mark Abernathy Francrs Ater THIRD ROW Mrss Lutkehus Robert
Talkemeyer Donna Cox, Tommy Noble Walter Mason Brlly Icenogle Karl Kent Hansmerer Eddre Hackman
Ralph Lawson James Hall Rrchard Prehler Mrs Brasell SECOND ROW JerryBauser Daun Schone, Sam Foster
Donna Alexander Brenda Beers Bonnre Manker Jrll Abernathy Rrchard Davrs Bobby McL1n Duane Emerrck
Denny Anderson FIRST ROW Karen Talkemeyer Charlotte Dav1s Pamela Wessler Judy Kay Ebrey Elrzabeth
Lawrence Rrchard Stock Jerry Paul Charles Lovekamp Ellen Anderson Jon Errc Nelson
THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES
FOURTH ROW Eddxe Cox Land1sC1ark Evelyn Jo Vrrxcent Barbara Ttemann Rrchard Crawford Brlly Jo Alex
ander THIRD ROW Margaret Grnder, Dorothy Mae Ebrey Mervrn Beets Gary Hansmeter Charles Hretbrrnk
Raymond Jones Al1enNeal Beard Marrlee Jockel RuthEmer1ck SECOND ROW Russe1lCoaLs MarkAbernathy
Wayne Bottens Dav1dCanada CharlesAter Trmothy Huey Bobby Clark CharlesMusch W1ll1amMontgomery
John Hackman Mrs Case FIRST ROW Ronnre Emerrck Jerry Kneeland Janet Dahman Connre Hobrock
Alrce Alexander Myra Lovekamp Eunrce Anderson Patrrcra Robrnson, James Lawreance, John Oettle
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THIRD ROW Minor Oettle Jerry Lovekamp Charles Ruppel Eddie Dober Jimmy Woods Helen Janssen Billy
Stinson Nancy Zulauf Sharlene Hobrock Evelyn Laquence BarbaraSchn1tker SECOND ROW J1mmyShannon
Marilyn Clark Stanley I-Ieitbrink Charlene Piehler Ronnie Bottens Sharon Grant Ray Anderson Jim Beard
Jimmy Oettle, Margaret Hrerman Mrs Aufdenkamp FIRST ROW Beverely Anderson Sandra Lovekamp
Roberta Hierman Donald Emerrck Michael Schnirker Joe Stinson Robbie Wessler Raymond Hall Jimmy
Paul Gary Nelson Michael Abernathy
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES
FOURTH ROW: Landon Coats, Fred Crawford, Gayle Mullens, Marlene Ioeckel, Sally Hierman, Marshall Meyer,
Clifford Bottens, Ronnie Anderson, Neal Hart, Larry Noble. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Hierman, Deloris Cox, Shirley
Crawford, Lee Etta Spicer, David Piehler, Marc Dahman, Sara Grant, Anna Jones, Alice Peck, Helen Kolbcrer,
Mr. Heitbrink. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Schnitker, James Nickel, Howard Mason, George Hall, Tom Chapman,
Dick Littert, Bill Boyd, Bill McLain, Bob Allen, Don Paul. FIRST ROW: Dona Canada, Susan Shannon, Janis
Parkerson, Chantal Newberry, Lucille Ginder, Kay Wessler, Kathleen Ruppel, Marvel Lovekamp, Dorothy Coats,
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THIRD ROW Gary Nelson M1chaelAbernathy Raymond Hall IamesN1cke1 David Piehler
Howard Mason Jimmy Woods jerry Lovekamp SECOND ROW Minor Oettle Ronnie Schmtker
Stanley Kertbrmk Mr Heitbrink Larry Noble Landon Coats Tom Chapman FIRST ROW
Bobby Allen B1llMcLa1n Fred Crawford Dick Lrppert Gayle Mullens Marshall Meyer Marc
Dahman Neal Hart
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Our Grade Eagles with only two regulars back from last year
had a very successful 1950-1951 basketball season Our heavies
winning 8 and losing 5 our lights winning 8 and losing 4 to date
During this season we defeated Chapin Meredosia Virginia.
Chandlerville, Ashland, Browning, and Oakford We were defeated
by Beardstown, South Jacksonville, Our Saviors, Perry,and Bluffs.
At this writing we have won our first game, in I. E. S. A., Sectional
Tournament defeating Oakford Z3 to 16.
The cheerleaders are Kathleen Ruppel, Helen Kolberer, and
Anna Jones. Managers--Tom Chapman and Minor Oettle. Coach--
A. F. Heitbrink.
STANDING RoseanneRuppe1, WayneStrubbe Tv1art1nSch1ueter, Mrs Ranson
SEATED Elta Mullens Maxrne Huppe Sherry Peck Colleen Roegge Pat
Schnuker Vera Roegge Larry Janssen
STANDING Herman Roegge Helen Hendrrcker Russell Wrnkelman Maxrne
Strrckler John Crawford Mar11ynMullens Carolyn Peck SEATED Mr West
Colleen Roegge Jack Hansmerer Drck Frrcke Pat Schnrtker Martm Schlu
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THIRD ROW Martha Lea Denms Melba Schlueter Marllyn Mullens Helen
Canada Vera Lovekamp Earlrne Schone Maxlne Schone, Donna McLa1n,
Charlene Lrppert Imogene Lovekamp Jean Lutkehus Katy Carls SECOND
ROW Barbara Parkerson Marylones Mary E11enE1l1ott Sh1r1eyKle1nschm1dt
Betty Sprcer Karla Hart Carolyn Peck Opal Beard A11ce Canada Betty
Roegge Helen!-lendrlcker ROS311CROCgg6 FIRST ROW KatyN1estradt Rose
anne Ruppel, Joan Goodpasture Colleen Roegge Pat Schnrtker Donna
Schone, Jean Beers Ahce Z11l1on Joy Roegge Beverly Beers, Elrzabeth
Paul, Rosemary Anderson Maxme Srnckler
SECOND ROW. Eddre Peck, Ronnre Klexnschmrdt, Wayne Strubbe, Max
Beard, Carol Lovekamp, Max Zulauf, Elmer Nrckel. FIRST ROW Ahce
Canada, Katy Nlestradt, Pat Schnrtker, Jean Beets, Beverly Beets, Opal
Beard, Carolyn Peck.
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The Sen1ors of the Arenzv1lle H1gh School
presented November 17, 1950, before a
l rge crowd he play The T1n Hero "
Seven g1rls and s1x boys part1c1pated d1s
play1ng excellent talent under the gu1d1ng
hand of Mrs Moon
The scene opens 1n the house of Mrs
Goodyear Jean Beets She 1S d1scuss1ng a
letter rece1ved from her son Douglas
Goodyear Mart1n Schlueter w1th Grace
Goodyear, her daughter Pat Schn1tker
Douglas has saved a French lady Melba
Mason from drown1ng Mrs Goodyear 1m
med1ately calls the local news reporter
Rosal1e Roegge Douglas' mother exagger
ates the story so much the lnterest of the
Hero's Club 1S aroused Baxter Warner
Edgar Ham 1S the pres1dent of the Hero s
Club but he 1S constantly ordered about by
h1s Wlfe Vera Roegge The h1lar1ous act1on
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France surrounded by the news reporter and
photographer John Schone He 1S honored by
everyone as a hero and Mrs Warner de
c1des to prove h1s hero1c act1ons by hav1ng
h1m enter a sw1mm1ng race, compet1ng w1th
the best sw1mmer of the country Dlck
Fr1cke To the utter despa1r of Douglas
he could not sw1m Durlng th1s catastrophe
h1s sweetheart Mary Jones 1S verygealous
Grace's boyfr1endfJack Hansme1er made lt
hotter than ever for h1m by rnakmg un of h1s
hero1sm To the arnazement of everyone
espec1ally Adela1de Young Connle Love
kamp and Joe Moore Dale Mullens Doug
las w1ns the race The curta1n falls as Mrs
Goodyear declares her son w1ll surely now
be the pres1dent of the Hero's Club
those a.rnaz1ng people who seem to excell at
everyth1ng they attempt He has been a star
athlete actor and heaven knows what else
at Kmgston H1gh and h1s great popular1ty
has caused h1m to be elected sen1or class
pres1dent unammously or almost unan1
mously H1s mother and father Sherry Peck
and Norman West have been so 1mpressed
by h1s hlgh chool career that Edd1e has
radually become the boss of the Hopk1ns
ome Nobody does anyth1ng w1thout con
su1t1ng Edd1e H1s mother d1scusses new
furn1sh1ngs w1th h1m h1s father doesn't use
the car unless Edd1e won'tbe need1ng lt h1s
S1SterF-lalrle Roseanne Ruppel hstens to h1s
cr1t1c1sms of her s1ng1ng an of her boy
fr1end, Harry Bla1ne Russel W11-gkel
man Yes, everybody 1S11'1'1pI'eSSed except
Barbara Flemlng Carolyn Peck She and
Edd1e's ego made Barbara change her m1nd
But Barbara w1th encouragement from her
g1rl frlend Floss1e Allen QEBTIIHC Schone
st1ll has hopes of Edd1e 's runn1ng 1nto the fall
for wh1ch he's been headmg and the fall
f1nall comes 1n away wh1chsurpr1ses her
and a most floors Edd1e It has to do w1th
some new ne1ghbors Mrs Reese lCharlene
L1ppertj and her twenty one year old daugh
ter named EUHICC Colleen Roegge who for
reasons of her own dec1ded to take Edd1e up
on some of h1s fast talk Eun1ce's boy fr1end
Van M1ller Clyde McCloud plays a part 1n
the s1tuat1on that follows Edd1e f1nds h1mself
1n a s1tuat1on out of wh1ch It 1S d1ff1cult to
talk and at the end Wlth the help of the
pol1ceman Max Zulauf everyth1ng seems
to po1nt to a revo1ut1on 1n the Hopk1ns home
and a reun1on between Barbara and Edd1e
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The F F A Off1cers for 1950 1951 are as follows D1ck Fr1cke
P1'CS1dCflt John Le1schner Vxce presmdent Dale Mullens Secretary,
Jack Hansme1er Treasurer John Schone Reporter Everett Allen
Watchdog James R Fox AdV1SOT
At the beglnmng of the ,rear we had 26 members but one mem
ber J1mOrr1s moved away
Th1s year we 1n1t1ated nme Greenhands of Freshmen at the start
of the school year
At the second F F A meetmg we elected the fo1low1ng Secondary
Off1cers V1ce presldent, Wayne Strubbe Secretary Dav1d Carls
Treasurer John Crawford Reporter Jack Coats
Sxx of the Semor boys went to Champa1gn to attend Farm andHome
Week After the meet1ng we toured the Expenmental Farm and
In our gram and poultry Judg1ng contest our team placed S1Xth 1n
gram and Everett Allen placed tenth 1nd1v1dual The poultry team
falled to place
The F F A v1s1ted pomts of agr1cultura1 mterest 1n Peor1a on
the1r annual educat1ona.1 tour
Four off1cers attended the leadershxp tralmng school held at
Pxerre Marquette State Park They were Dlck F1-lcke John Schgng
Dale Mullens and Jack Hansme1er
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FOURTH ROW Katy Neldstradt Shrrley Klelnschmrdt Karla Hart Elta Mullens
Joy Roegge Conn1eLovekamp Vtrgmta Klelnschmrdt Ioan Goodpasture Beverly
Beets Charlene Lrppert Vera Lovekamp Imogene Lovekamp Jean Lutkehus
THIRD ROW Betty Roegge Melba Schlueter Maxme Huppe Althea Frtcke
Roseanne Ruppel Mrs Foster Rosahe Roegge Elrzabeth Paul Donna Schone
Mar1lynMullens Max1neSchone SherryPeck SECOND ROW OpalBeard Colleen
Roegge Vera Roegge Mary Jones Jean Beets PatSchn1tker Melba Mason Katy
Carls Earlme Schone FIRST ROW Helene Hendncker Alrce Z1l110Il, Rosemary
Anderson Maxme Stnckler Carolyn Peck Betty Sprcer Martha Denms
Th1S 1S the second year for the Homemakmg Department of Arenz
v1lle Hlgh School From the army barracks 1n whrch our Home
makrng Department IS housed has evolved a very attractwe room
As the name 1mpl1es, our Homemakmg courses are to teach the
g1rls how to l1ve happ1ly and successfully rn thexr homes
Thrs year we are havmg four courses m Homemak1ng rnstead of
three as we had last year Eventually we w1l1 go back to Homemakrng
I II and III
Probably the most surpr1s1ng project of the year was the re
modelmg of an uprxght prano donated to the department by Mrs June
Huss, our localbeauty operator The p1ano was almosta black color
but after the Homemakmg IV class completed the remodelmg Job
the p1ano IS a very lrght tan natural wood A mrrror has replaced an
8 rnch h1gh board all across the t1p front, and the prano blends well
wrth our Homemakmg Department The prano stool 15 covered rn a
rose damask cover that matches our d1van
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A magaz1ne rack of natural f1n1sh was also added to the room
Thanks to the Agr1culture boys who made lt The g1rls ref1n1shed
The Homemakmg I students held open house on February 6 for
e people 1n the commun1ty as a cllmax to the1r study of part1es "
Homernakmg II has worked r1ght along th1s year In the1r foods
un1t they have learned much about meats Mr Zulauf the local
butcher has cut up the var1ous parts of an1mals, so the g1rls could
v1sual1ze where the PIECE of meat they cooked came from A tr1p
was taken through a nearby meat pack1ng plant, and the g1rls them
selves demonstrated the var1ous methods of cooklng meat Th1s 1S
only one phase of the1r stud1es
Homemakmg III of th1s year 1S the class that was added that we
d1d not have last year The g1rls are spend1ng half a year 1n cook1ng
and the other half 1n sew1ng Th1s IS unusual 1n that generally they
study many un1ts besldes cool-ung and Sewlng
Two new sewmg machmes a new steam 1ron, and a new broom
closet have been added to our department
An adult class of women that meets at n1ght 1S also underway
Th1s IS under the capable d1rect1on of Mrs Warren Sm1th of Chap1n
The women are sew1ng The adult classes hope to contmue next year
Our Future Homemakers of Amerlca, the Homemakmg Club 15
progressmg th1s year We have as our theme Excels1or w1th
F H A " wh1ch means h1gher F H A has composed a commun1ty
cook book to be sold th1s year
Our latest and newest venture 15 havmg student teachers from
Carthage College We have been honored to be chosen as a good
commun1ty to help new teachers to become profess1onal 1n the1r
bus1ness of school teach1ng
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Edltor Ehzabeth Paul
Co Ed1tor Vera Roegge
Sports Ed1tors Edgar Ham Dale Mullens Max L1ppert
Soclal Ed1tors Melba Mason Katy Carls
AdVert1S1Hg Commlttee Jack Hansrnexer D1ck Fr1cke Pat Schn1tker
Plcture Ed1tors Opal Beard Rosahe Roegge Jean Beets
Carl Roegge Floyd Jones
Calendar Commlttee Joan Goodpasture Conme Lovekamp
John Schone Ahce Z11l1on
Busxness Managers Mary Jones Martm Schlueter
The Senxor Class w1shes to express then' thanks to all who helpedmake
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1951 QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS
Y 8' GR UMP
The Semors of '51 held the 5th annual arn1val February 17 1n
the h1gh school gym The even1ng s events started off at 5 30 P M
when the mothers served a Chlll and Vegetable soup supper
Bes1des the regular features of the carnlval beg1nn1ng at 6 15
such as s1de shows f1sh pond bowl1ng basketball and football throws
and a bazaar a program was presented throughout the even1ng
Band musxc vocal numbers dancmg numbers readlngs baton
tw1r11ng a pantomlme a style show and sluts 1n the Llttle Theater
were numbers on the program Martln Schlueter acted as Master of
At 9 30 amld the gala sp1r1t the b1g event of the even1ng took
the 1950 queen The queen s court conslsted of the follow1ng g1rls and
the1r escorts Katy Carls Clyde McCloud Mary Jones Everett
Allen Elxzabeth Paul R1chard F1'1Ck6 Melba Mason Floyd Jones
Colleen Roegge Ray Schmtker Vera Roegge Don N1ckel Conme
Lovekamp John Crawford Jean Beets Larry Janssen Pat Schn1t
ker Norman West The flower gxrls were Norvene Foster and Barbara
Burrus The tralnbearers were Eddxe Hackman and Tommy Noble
Mar1lyn Burrus escorted by Rlchard Lovekamp wore the trad1t1onal
purple and wh1te robe and presented the queen w1tha strand of pearls
After the crowmng of the queen a square dance was held The
carn1va1 was a b1g success and we feel sure that everyone had agood
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place. Elizabeth Paul was crowned queen of 1951 by Marilyn Burrus,
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BACK ROW Carolyn Anderson, Darlene Dodds Jean Beers,
A11ce Z11hon, Conme Lovekamp Pat Schrutker Ehzabeth
Paul FRONT ROW Vera Lovekamp Murxel Walters Mary
Jones Ray Schnnker Martm Schlueter Donald Burgadme
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Aluzer Larry Janssen John Sclrone Wayne Strubbe Manager Ray Schmlker SEATED
D1ck Frxcke Davld Carls Everett Allen Floyd Jones Max Beard John Crawford Max
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THIRD ROW: Manager--John Schone, Edgar Ham, Marshall Manker, Jim Orris, David Carls, Don
Nickel Max Beard NormanDufelmeier ElmerNicke1, Carlos Spicer Ronnie Klienschmidt Man-
ager Russell Wmkelman SECOND ROW Max Zulauf D1ckFr1cke Norman West John Craw
ford Larry Janssen Coach Altrzer Ray Schmtker Floyd Jones Clyde McCloud Everett Allen
FIRST ROW Eddie Peck Jack Coats Carrol Lovekamp Charles Hrerman Gordan Lovekamp
Larry Janssen Center Everett Allen Guard
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Total Pomts Arenzv111e l 161 Opponentsl 175
Average Arenzv11le 46 Opponents 47
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Mullens Mrs Moon SECOND ROW Vera Roegge Colleen Roegge Ear11neSchone,
Lo vekamp Rosemary Anderson
TOP Ahce Canada KatyN1estradt MIDDLE BettyReogge Helene Hendncker lean
Lutkehus BOTTOM EltaMuLlens Shix1eyK1ienschrnidt Donna Schone Beverly Beets
SIDES Alrhea Fricke Joy Roegge
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While attending a carnival the other evening I happened to spy
a fortune teller and being an inquisitive person I decided to learn
the fate of our class, so I went into her tent crossed her palm with
a coin, and proceeded to gaze into her crystal ball
The first person I saw was Jean Beets she was sitting in front
f a microphone reading her script of Life Will Be Beautiful
Opal Beard appeared walking down Fifth Avenue in New York
carrying her hatbox the trademark of the models
The howling and yelp1ng of kids brought to view Kate Carls
Lovekamp busily trying to wash the dishes and rock her baby daugh
ter Mur1el at the same time
Although the crying was loud I thought I heard a tractor in the
background and sure enough the next picture was that of D1ck Fricke,
busily t1ll1ng the so1l Knowing Dick there probably was abasketball
goal at the end of the field where he could shoot a few goals Just to
keep in practice
Joan Goodpasture was the next member of our class to appear
It seems she has now taken Mrs Foster's place at A C H S and
at that moment she was teaching the freshman girls sewing
A man in a forest was the next to come into view and I thought I
aroundl recogmzedhim as Edgar Ham a fellow classmate, it seems
Edgar was up North trapping Muskrats Minks Skunks, Coons and
what have you
The sound of an English teacher dron1ng on and on brought Jack
Hansme1er into view busily explaining Shakespeare's Macbeth to
the A C H S Seniors Knowing how fond Jack 1S of Shakespeare
this 15 no surprise
Whilel was listening to Macbeth in flasheda vision of a theater
billboard on it was written ' Macbeth" starr1ng Martin Schleuter
Mary Jones 1n a nurse suniform was walking swiftly down the
corridor of St J'ohn's Hospital where she is employed as a graduate
A face behind bars brought the terrible thought of a fellow class
mate in Jail but instead it was Max Lippert working as a bookie at
With the sound of atypewr1ter's chattering keys came the vision
of Connie Lovekamp Hollywood gossip columnist her topic Dale
Mullens the new Hollywood rave
Floyd Jones appeared next he is employed as a mattress tester
in the Ajax Mattress Company
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An alrplane fly1ng 1n the blue yonder was the next thlng to zoom
1nto the crystal ball 1n It Melba Mason was quletly perforrnmg her
dut1es as an a1rplane stewardess
Carneg1e Hall and the sound of some one t1ckl1ng the 1vor1es lt
was none other that Ehzabeth Paul our favor1te and fa1thful p1an1st
of A C H S
The calm f1rm words of a m1n1ster g1v1ng h1s weekly sermon
seemed very fam111ar and after llstemng for a few mmutes I recog
n1zed h1s volce as Carl Roegge s
The cluckmg of chxckens and 1n the mlddle of them w1th two
buckets of eggs was Rosal1e Roegge better known as Mrs Robert
I began to wonder what had happened to my classmate Vera
Roegge when flash' she appeared and was worklng 1n an CXCIUSIVE
dress shop 1n New York as a gown des1gner
In the 1nsurance Off1CC of Sm1th 8: Jones was Pat Schnxtker her
shorthand pad 1n hand takmg d1ctat1on for Mr Sm1th
I began to th1nk my money had about run 1ts course because the
v1s1on was aga1n tak1ng me back to a school house w1th httle ch1ldren
runn1ng here and there and the teacher say1ng, Now ch11dren bu
then I recogn1zed the teacher as none other than A11ce Z1l11on
The v1s1on was gett1ng d1mmer and I thoughtl heard the sounds of
the Carmval agam when the no1se turned out to be John Schone who
was a c1rcus barker shout1ng 'R1ght th1s way folks and before
he had t1me to fuush the v1s1on faded and Ifeltl had gotten my
money's worth and had seen all my classmates l1v1ng happlly 1n the
We the Senxors of 1951 of the c1ty of Arenzv1lle County of
Cass State of Ill1no1s bemg sound m body and m1nd do hereby
make and publlsh th1s as our last w1ll and testarnent, hereby revokmg
all former w1lls and bequests made by us
I Martm Schlueter do w1ll and bequeath my actmg ab1l1ty to
I Dale Mullens do w1l1 and bequeath my a.thlet1c ab111ty to Earhne
I Pat Schxntker do w1ll and bequeath my commerc1al ab1l1ty to
I Mary Jones do wxll and bequeath my soc1al hfe to Roseanne
I John Schone, do w1ll and bequeath my mascuhne vo1ce to
Connle Lovekamp do w1ll and bequeath my smgmg ab1l1ty to
Max Lxppert do w1ll and bequeath my wavy ha1r to Norman
Carl Roegge do w1ll and bequeath my boots to Vera Lovekamp
Edgar Haxn, do w111 and bequeath my ab1l1ty to catch coons to
Mary Ellen Elllott.
D1ck Frxcke do w11l and bequeath my burr haxr cut to Ray
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l, Joan Coodpasutre, do will and bequeath my shyness to Carolyn
I, Rosalie Roegge, do will and bequeath my future inarried life
to Charlene Lippcrti
I, Jean Beets, do will and bequeath my freckles to Sherry Peck.
l, Floyd Jones, do will and bequeath my chubbiness to Norman
l, .lack Hansmeier, do will and bequeath my ping pong playing
ability to Russell Winkleman.
l, Vera Roegge, do will and bequeath my quietness to Vera
l, Alice Zillioii, do will and bequeath my square dancing ability
to Carolyn Peck.
l, Katy Carls, do will and bequeath my tremendous height to
l, Melba Mason, do will and bequeath my dark eyes to Betty
l, Opal Beard, do will and bequeath my ability to get to school
on time to Max Zulauf.
l, Elizabeth Paul, do will and bequeath my musical ability to
We, the Seniors of l95l, do vuill and bequeath our good times
and fun at A. C. H. S, to the Seniors of 1952,
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