Arenzville High School - Raider Yearbook (Arenzville, IL)

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The Rcllder O me LC6lfLOI'l We the Seniors of the Arenzvllle High School Fiass of 1952 respect standing and generosity have guided and assisted us throughout our school years M ume Published by the Senior of the ARENZVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Arenzville Illinois I g I U fully dedicate this book to our parents who, with unfailing kindness, under- . , . . to- iigzfff 4: 95,45 "' Q' ,gggszxw pair" tg ww-K.: my .. A 1 H+-1,233 -Sf -' J... "iW.Q.. ff' as ri'J"" ua'-'Ak' wif ,ian 9' 'FYI wk 9' .421 'swf' ,.., 4.s....t.. 4' Hxenzwffe School .4- s- L .Ag alfgffi 'A ,-,, uk' U , , ' In A K --xii v . r- , , , b 14' xi' .. '. Q 5 ' " - F Vi . ' 4 "- X X ' V- s , -.v -1, x. , s N D . A u. A -f - ' 1- 1. I "9 . . . 5' ' E 1 be F ,LM 'L '- W' -"' ' ' . , ,y I, . .i'f ',"'g1-'r -, 0- - H ,Zh :hug , V ,, wgwy , 3,21 'I' 3'1" Y 'I A , , ,jr ' f' 1' '- , lid- f- """ fi K V Q A sy, ,A A 4, -A .V ,4 .. ' jf 1, . . - -- , , ' , . M L ' ,N - -ww , X- -A ,. nu vi- z-. 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'1 1f'1' 1 I W, L-C 1 . . 1 1 -X11 xX X .yjf 11 X- . 11 . 111 :3 1 X X X -u-ni '1'1,'Il,l'l:'l,' filly COLLEEN ROEGGE fB1ond1eJ V Pres 1 Treas 2 Pres 3 F H A 2 34 H1stona.n3 F H A Presldent 4 Student Council 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Chorus2 3 4 P1ays2 3 4 Queen s Court 3 4 9 RAY SCHNITKER fBub Pr s 2 V Pres 3 Secretary 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Football 2 4 Manager 3 Student Counctl 2 Band3 4 Plays 2 3 4 ROS EA NNE RUPPEL Ulosxell P I I V1ce President 4 F H A 2 3 4 Song Leader4 Band 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Plays 2 3 4 Queen s Court 4 SHERRY PECK Red G A A 4,-,i ,Treasurer 1 3 4 WHA 234 Treas 4 and2 3 4 Chorus2 3 4 Plays 3 4 Queen s Court 4 NORMAN WEST fFe11.xJ V Pres 2 Secy 3 Student Councrl 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Chorus 2 CHARLENE LIPPERT fCha.rJ Chorus 3 F H A 3 Band 2 3 4 Plays 3 4 Queen s Court 4 QW? fjf-A 1,5 X415 fllfib Plays 2 3 4 1' 'lil BETTY SPICER Bet F H A 2 Chorus 2 3 Play 4 i6L'i1S!n5f CLYDE McCLOUD KM-wk? Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 Track 2 3 Football 2 3 4 Student Council 2 F A 2 3 4 Secy Play 3 RUSSELL WINKELMAN fRussJ Basketball Mgr 3 4 A 2 F F A Treasurer 4 Student Council 3 Plays 2 3 -is CAROLYN PECK fF1d0, G A A 1 Secy 1 EARLINE SCHONE fMa rej StudiEltCouncL1 V Pres 4 A 2 F H A Parharnentanan 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Plays 3 4 Queen s Court 4 Secretary 2 FHA 234 H1stor1an2 Student C0l1I1C1l 3 4 Secy 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Plays 2 3 4 Queen s Court 4 MAX ZULAUF QZ.u1ieJ Basketball 3,4 Baseball 1, 2,4 Football 3,4 Track 3,4 F.F.A. 2,3,4 Chorus 3g Play 3 Szmwn A .7640 Yes September '7 1948 was a big day ln the llves of slxteen young people They were suddenly freshmen at Arenzvrlle and a llttle bewlldered by xt all' Offrcers for thrs our1n1t1alyearatA H S were Charles Hlvely Presldent Colleen Roegqe vrce presldent Martha Denms secretary Sherry Peck treasurer Norman West student councrl representauve and Mr Homer Dahman class advrsor Hmhllght of our freshman year were the 1n1t1auon party and the return party wluch we gave to the sophomores September of 1949 found us accustomed to the rrgors of hrghs school ltfe but mrnus two classmates namely Charles Hrvely and Mrldred Sprcer Offrcers chosen for the year were Ray Schmtker pres1dent Norman West vrce presrdent Carolyn Peck secretary Colleen Roegge treasurer Clyde McCloud student councrl representauve and Mr Verd1e Aluzer class advlsor Hrghlrghts of the year were the 1n1t1at1on party for the freshmenand a one act play enutled Last Nrght s Paper For our Junror year offrcers were Colleen Roegge presldent RaySchn1tker VICB presrdent Norman West secretary Sherry Peck treasurer Carolyn Peck Colleen Roegge and Russell Wlnkelman student counc1l representauves Mrs Mrldred Foster and Mrss Marguerrte Campbell Durrnq '30 51 we gamed one classmate Mary Ellen Elliott but lost another Martha Denms at the end of the frrst semester Our Junror play The Brg Bluff was presented on Apr1l 27 amrd a thunder storm The complrments recerved by the cast and dlrector 1nd1cated we favorably competed wlth the elements Our Junror Semor Banquet was at the Leglon I-1311011 May 12 Due to our shortage of funds we d1d not take the annual trrp to St LOUIS In rts place we had a skatrng party at Sprrnvfreld The 1951 52 school year dawned w1th a small but mrghty semor class The loss of Mary Ellen Elhott and Vera Lovekamp cut our already small number down to twelve Offlcers for our f1nal and glorrous year are Colleen Roegve presldent Roseanne Ruppel vrce presldent Ray Schmtker secretary Sherry Peck treasurer Earllne Schone Carolyn Peck and Colleen Roegge student COUHC11 representauves Mrss Marguertte Campbell and Mr West class advlsors We sold soda popatthe home basketball games as a means of earrung a l1v1ng Our SCHIOI play Gerne s Uncle was grven on November 2 and from the many laughs recerved we concluded II wasa lut The annual Sen1orCarn1valwas g1VCD on February 23 and rt too was a success flnanclally and as entertalnment As senrors we are awalung eagerly the Junror Senlor Banquet the trlp to Chrcago and most rmportant of all Graduauon Day Hrstorran Carolyn Peck , 0 I l 1 I ' , . . . , Z , 3 , - 1 , 5 , 1 , Q . , . 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' l 1 I I 9 , ' Y A Jfwfphecy, As l lay sleeprng frtfully last nlght a v1s1on of our class rn the future flashed rnto my mlnd The ftrstvrsron to crossm mtnd was that of Madrson Square Garden where Rocky Max Zulauf was defendmg hrs heavt wer ht trtle agamst the youthful Joe Lotus I As the cheers dled away a stafve came tnto vrew wrth Carolyn Peck dorng her dance routme for a large audrence Next l saw the hugh Bell Telephone Burldrn where Charlene Lrppert rs the head operator Betty Sprcer rs slavmg aw x tn a well equrpped offrce wondertng rf she wrll mas ter the calculator Claude McCloud Lorea s newest jet ace has blasted hrs srxth MIG 15 out of the sl-ues He has cracked up four planes hrmself Next Roseann Ruppel 1S seen wallung down the hosprtal corrrdors delrcatelv a anctng a tray of food and followlng the rnstructrons of the head nurse Sherry Peck Teacher Earlrne flvla grey Schone rs seen takmg her problem pupll Clyde Cloud It to the prrncrpal s offrce Next we see Colleen Roegge still trymg to decide whether to take up farmrng tn Scott County or wart for th fleet to come rn Russel CW1ld Brlll Wtnkelman comes 1nto vtew as Hollywood s newest heart throb The vrew gradually grows dtmmer but we see Rav Schmtker Arenzvrllewater Contmrssroner workrng over the pump house motor at the Roefrge pond As the vrsrons slowly d1e away we see Norman West sweeprng the drrves of hrs newly purchased Standard Servrce Statron I awoke wrth a start wonderrng Lf these V1SlOI1S would come true ' fl 1 . . .. 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K 1 SHIRLEY KLEINSC HMIDT KATIE NIESTRA DT I' N If 3 QA , , ' 'E ,' 54' 5' iff: .14 A tary' 6 X Y?-XX HERMA N ROEGGE v K BEVERLY BEETS 'fav' .JA '-:f ,!K L I -JH '-'wr-1 A IKE!!! CHARLES HIERMAN CARROL LOV EKAMP 1-ix QT N-.J ELM ER NIC K EL Z2 ' , 12 A f L f 'A ,IA 5 ig Z' JOY ROEGGE ALICE CANADA I A ' v n 5 - ' - f A -3 ing A ' A- .E 1 AA A DON HOBROCK GORDON LOVEKAMP EDDIE PEC K IU' .J Q DONNA SCHONE Q NORMA N DUF ELMEIER v-9-ef'-Q7 -px 'f sf RONALD KLEINSCHMIDT JEAN LUTKEHUS 'Y' BETTY ROEGGE .A ' Q-za. x rf WAYNE STRUBBE :nr 'ESV RONALD ANDERSON l LANDON COATS f I"' , .qt- gs I . fp , t . f SARA GRANT GAYLE MULLENS 7 if 'ff f A Q xr ik st I , -O sh MELVIN ROEGG E i .Vi i7i+'?'Q "' 9" I CLIFFORD BOTTENS DELORIS COX 72 fly' SA LLY HIERMA N LA RRY NOBL E RONALD SCHONE Q2 IOAN CARLS v , 6 , gi T4 A. ' W V, ff' - ' ft? W ,mil vi ,f Rl, If f,?' , t FRED CRAWFORD J ey -I fiwohnwn so SHIRLEY CRAWFORD Q1 ALVIN DUF ELMEIER fxfuf ANNA MARIE JONES GEORGE KLEINSCHMIDT MARSHALL MEYER MARIAN ORE L 3 127 ALICE PECK ,X I' GEORGE ROEGGE LEE ETTA SPICER GLENNA WINKLEMAN fiweofznzan A .7610 Tlns year a frroup of seared freshmen entered hrgh school They were dulv rnruated by e sophomores and had therr frrst elass meeung The offlcers elected were Presrdent Nlarshall Meyer ree Presrdent Gayle Nlullens Seeretarv Treasurer Joan Carls Student Councrl Nlembers Alrce Peck Anna Jones Class Advrsor Mr Homer Dahman One of our classmates Lee Etta Sprcer went to Beardstown for awhrle but she has now fCU1YU9d H1stor1a s Alree Peck Sallv Hrerman September U 1950 was an excrtrng dav for twenty two lreshmen A our f1rst Class meetrng we elected the otfreers as follows Presrdent Vrce Presrdent Treasurer Student Councrl Members C lass A dvlsor Don Hobrocll Joy Roegge Wayne Strubbe Herman Roegge Helene Hendrrcker Mr Verdle Aluzer We were sorry to lose two of our class members 11m Orrls and Betty Soloman One ofthe outstandrng events of the year was the Freshmen Sophomore 1n1t1at1on party on September 22 Some of the tlungs we had to do were embarrassrng but we all had fun On September 4 1951 there were twenty of us to return to A H S and one new member Floyd Monroe makrng a class of twenty one The followlng offlcers were elected Presrdent Vrce Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Student Councll Members Floyd Monroe Jov Roegge Jean Lutkehus Beverly Beets Don Hobrock Class Advrsor Mrs Alrce L Schnake We lost two class members thrs year Jack Coats and Floyd Monroe We rnruated the freshmen at the annual Freshmen Sophomore party Hlstorran Kane Nrestradt . f D 3 h Y , . 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H U . rap 1 - D Secretary ------------------- ------------- --------- El m 61' Nickel fiiw FIRST ROW Brlly McL1n Karen Busen Norma Jean Sunson Terry Brouser Clara Chapman Roger Allen Beverly Burrus Russell Beard Ermlv Brasell Frank Dober SECOND ROW Marrlyn Meyer Mary Davrs Steve Saylor Gary Whrte Edward Schroeder Slurlee Dyer Chrrs Clark Phtlhp Beavers THIRD ROW Mrss Lutkehus Secandand.7Hvzd we- Q 1Q"l. .1 Jfl ill W FIRST ROW Karen Talkemeyer Rlchard Stock 1111 Abernathy Pamela Wessler Daun Schone Jrmmy Hall Rrchard Davxs Jon Errc Nelson Charles Lovekamp SECOND ROW El1enAnderson Sam Foster H Charles Mullens Barbara Burrus Francrs Arer Claralynn Wood Judrth Slottaq Ronald Kershaw Edd1e Hackman Mrs Brasell THIRD ROW Brenda Beets Mrchael Paul Eleanor Brasell Karl Kent Hansmeter Donna Alexander Laura AnnDober Charlotte Davrs Joyce Coats ABSENT Esther Carls Allen Ormrston Elrzabeth Lawerence Clarence Pate It hbzdandfhwelfa , 0 rw FIRST ROW Bobby McL1n Ronrue Emerrck Bobby Talkemcver Euruce Anderson Debb1eClark Norvene Foster Donna Cox Denny Anderson Duane Emerrck Alvrn Emerrck SECOND ROW Ralph Lawson Davrd Canada Alrce Alexander Janet Dahman Shrrley Hansmerer Mrs Case Myra Lovekamp Pa1I1c1aRob1nson Walter Mason Jerry Kneeland THIRD ROW Mark Abernathy Tommy Noble Charles Ater Charles Musch Trmmy Huey Bobby Clark Mervre Beers Brlly Montgomery Gary Hansmerer John Hackman ABSENT James Lawerence Jfth wth II 'lg FIRST ROW Russell Coats Charles Hertbrmk Allen Neal Beard Margaret Grnder Roberta l-herman Beverly Anderson Mar1lynParl1er Raymond Jones Gary Nelson SECOND ROW Mrs Hobrock B1llyJoeA1exander Ronme Burrus Raymondl-lall Raymond Anderson Joe Sunson Mrchael Abernathy Connre Hobrock hmmy Shannon THIRD ROW Jean Saylor Charles Ruppel Barbara Schmtker Eddle Dober Pattee Dyer Evelyn Jo Vmcent Barbara Tlemann M1chaelSchn1tker Mrs Aufdenkamp ABSENT Wayne Bottens Lannr Clark Eddre Cox Ruth Emerrck Roland Sprcer Glen Carls Seuentfn or - do FN M FIRST ROW Robb1eWessler Stanley He1tbr1nk MarharetH1erman Jerry bovekamp Sandra Lovekamp Ronrue Bortens Donald Emerrek SECOND ROW Irmmy Wood Nancy Zulauf B1llyStonson Mrs Altrzer Sharlene Hobrock Jrmmy Beard Sharon Grant ABSENT Evelyn Lawerence Marrlvn Clark i .Ll FIRST ROW Yvonne Stock Brlly McLa1n Wrlbur Parher Susan Shannon E11eenBrase11 Domra Canada Ronn1eSchn1tker Bob Allen Dorothy Coam SECOND ROW A F Hretbrmk Jams Parkerson J1mN1ckel Neal Hart Helen Kolberer Garry Hlerman Shantel Newberry Marvel Lovekamp THIRD ROW Kathleen Ruppel Lucrlle Grnder Tom Chapman Drck Lrppert Marc Dahman Kay Wessler Buddy Dyer Howard Mason ABSENT George Hall Sara Beavers School ..73cw .Yeam 5? s ' if a ,r ' ' 15 -1. . -v l lf .L 1 Y 1 FIRST ROW B11ly Alexander Stanley He1tbr1nk B1llyMcLa1n Neal Hart Ronrue Schmtker Bob Allen Raymond Jones SECOND ROW Garry Nelson hm Shannon Raymond Hall THIRD ROW Coach He1tbr1nk B1l1y Snnson Tom Chapman Buddy Dyer Drck Lrppert Marc Dahman Garry Hrerman Howard Mason hm Wood FOURTH ROW 11m Beard Manager Joe Sunson kbgrke Abernathy Exleen Brasell Susan Shannon Helen Kolberer Cheerleaders Jrm Nrckel anager GRA DE EAGLES Our Grade Eagles had a f1ne record tlus past season Our Lrghts won fourteen lost one reaclung the quarter fxnals rn State Our Heavres won eleven lost srx We won frrst rn P M S C Tourney our Invrtauonal Tourney and State Secuonal Tourney flughtsj Teams played tlus year Pxttsfreld Bluffs Meredosra Beardstown South Jacksonvrlle Browrung Our Savxors Chap1n Chambersburg I S D of Jacksonvrlle Perry Vrrgmxa Chandler v1lle Bradley Flat Rock and Rushvrlle Our boys scored 1245 pornts fboth teamsy to our opponent s 874 pornts Our average 38 9 polnts per game opponents 27 3 per game - 1 1 1 1 1 , . . , , , - 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 I ' , , 1 '1 '1 ' 1 ' x - 1 1 . , . . . . . , , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' i I l ' . , . . , . . KAQ fiutwze , QOWRE FIRST ROW: Glenna Winkleman, Barbara Parkerson, Sara Grant, Jean Lutkehus, Marian Ore, Rosemary Anderson. SECOND ROW: Maxine Huppe, Joy Roegge, Virginia Kleinschmidt, Maxine Strickler, Colleen Roe ge, Earline Schone, Roseanne Ruppel, Karla Hart, Althea Fricke, Sherry Peck. THIRD ROW: Bgetty Roeg e, Melba Schlueter, Katie Niestradt, Anna Marie Jones, Shirley Crawford, Shirley Kleinschmidt, gonna Schone, Elta Mullens, Mrs. Foster, Beverly Beets, Marilyn Mullens, Maxine Schone, Donna McLain, Carolyn Peck, Deloris Cox, Joan Carls. The Future Homemakers of America has progressed this year under the leadership of Colleen Roegge, President. Colleen began her year as president by attending the Leadership Training Conference at Bloomington last summer. At the Bloomington Conference, the title of "Honor Chapter, was conferred on the Arenzville Chapter of F. H. A. Our department has been improved this year by slipcovers on our sectional divan, by red cornices on the tops of the windows, and by retouching ofthe same old furniture. We are proud of our department. To help the community and school we've sponsored a cancer drive "Kick-Off" at which 69 women registered in our guest book: we had an assembly program on parliamentary procedureg we sponsored a "No Gripe" day in school, we had a Daddy-Date Night, and each F. H.A. giil brought her very special date, "Daddy", to show him how fond she was of him. The officers for this year are: President, Colleen Roeggeg Vice-president, Althea Fricke, Secretary, Virginia Kleinschmidtg Treasurer, Sherry Peck, Parliamentarian, Earline Schone, His- torian, Karla Hartg Degree Chairman, Joy Roeggeg Publicity Chairman, Maxine Stricklerg Project Chairman, Maxine Ruppeg Songleader, Roseanne Ruppelg Club Mother, Mrs. Eddie Roegge. Xi .futwae 5 f w fax! Q FIRST ROW: Mr. Fox, David Carls, Everett Allen, John Crawford, Clyde McCloud, Russell Winkelman, Wayne Strubbe. SECOND ROW: Fred Crawford, Melvin Roeg e, Gayle Mullens Elmer Nickel, Max Zulauf, Max Beard, Don Nickel, Ronald Schone, Esdie Peck, Ronnie Kleinschmidt, George Kleinschmidt. Tl-IIRD ROW: Clifford Bottens, Alvin Dufelmeier, Marshall Meyer, Floyd Monroe, George Roegge, Gordon Lovekamp, Herman Roegge, Don Hobrock Norman Dufelmeier, The F. F. A. is inits fourth yearatArer1zville. We moved into our new building immediately after the Christmas holidays. For the first time since we organized, we have a classroom to ourselves with a full-time teacher, who teaches three classes instead of two. Under the direction of the following officers, our 28-member chapter had been very busy this year: John Crawford, President, Everett Allen, Vice-president, Clyde McCloud, Secretaryg Russell Winkelman, Treasurerg David Carls, Reporter, Carlos Spicer, Watchdog: James R. Fox, Adviser. Another noteworthy addition to our chapter is the farm shop at Concord that we share with Chapin. Here we have learned the use of many shop tools and have built numerous worthwhile projects. In judging, both our grain and poultry teams placed sixth out of nineteen schools. David Carls was fifth place individual. Among our other activities were the purchase ofa new popcorn popper and a hog-trough mold. Our annual educational trip was to the Stockyards in East St. Louis. . Yr. .1 :1 R Q 4 l I ,rr SEATED Colleen Roegge Carolyn Peck Althea Frrcke Larry Janssen Mr West STANDING Ahce Peck Don Hobrock Beverly Beers Everett Allen Anna Mane Jones ABSENT Earhne Schone M Colleen Roegge Mrs Schnake Eddle Peck AltheaFr1cke Elta Mullens Helene Hendncker V1rg1ruaKle1nschm1dt Joy Roegge Maxrne Strlfkler ABSENT Ear11neSchone --'r 1' J Q 1 ,AX r v J .l I W , J .Ari ' ,ly K I I I NIH ll -3 2. ,M g m fe' 'Q 13.-ral V f " I '27 X 17 'ix . 1 ' X 'FTW' 'J i, . 13 v- M J, 4 W X, , , v Maalalvk X awww g v ,,' 'SJ 9 "5 ,H I f - - 125225 MQ' -5 -f - -vw H -12:1 ' ' ,A 1- L. Q ' , - - S -- Q . , ..,f,,x: - Enix f--- . ,.q 'P Q3 ' "1-R-M-, vi' --'ik-E, I lv 1 . A., - 1 , --.-.1 .r-4 F1 j 'Egg 'ide 1 u"""i+ + '+ P4 k Hobr Don HH YH le nk W1 Glenna sell Ia B xleen E HH U1 H1er gafef U -4 -4 ,-1 .-4 .-4 ,-. F-1 .4 U- JZ -A P veka Lo CITY v-4 -4 v-4 .-4 -4 f-4 ,.4 .-4 ,.. ez Frrcke , , I I , V A I 1 Q W 'L ' I A I E E E 2 i J , 3 3 1 " W ., , l IRST ROW: Kar a lart, He en Ko berer, Bever y Beers, Nea Hart, lyar ' , ' , ' , oc , J m , Ronnie Schnitker. SECOND ROW: KayWess er, Maxine H ppe, Susan Shannon, Sherry Peck, Betty Roegge, Sharlene Hobroc , Sandra Lovekamp, Mars ra Manker, Larry Nob e, Sa y Hierman, Sara Grant, Anna Marie Jones, He en Hendricker. THIRD ROW: Bi y M' ' , Lovekamp, Robbie Wess er, Char ene Lippert, Mr. McCarty, Shir ey K einschmidt, Gary Hierman, Roseanne Ru ,Stan ey ' ' . ' . l . ' ' , ' . ' ' ' . . , A ' , -4 Ppffl nn CSI W Norma n Strubbe ayne W I xd e Klemschm ROHUl Voods X Jrrn ,-4 .-4 D1Ck Lrppert ,-4 Tom C rapman v-4 lark eC cLa1n Carrol He1tbr1nk Susr 'Uncalfno , 634319 FIRST ROW Betty Roegoe Carolyn Peck Earhne Schone Colleen Roegge Joy Roegoe Donna Schone Ann Marre Jones Jean Lutkehus SECOND ROW Barbara Parkerson Mar1an Ore Helene Hendrlcker Katy Nlestradt Karla Hart Roseanne Ruppel Maxxne Huppe Sara Grant Max1neStr1ckler Mr I-labben THIRD ROW Delous Cox Slurley Klernschmxdt Melba Schlueter Mar11ynMullens Veberly Beets SherryPeck Vrrgxma Klemschmrdt Maxrne Schone Donna McLa1n Shrrley Crawford Ioan Carls .,... Larry Noble Eddre Peck Marshall Meyer Wayne Strubbe ag I Queen of 1952 MISS EARLINE SCHONE ...Ju Ll.-l.L...l-I Nx..,..J.,.,.l,.!...l1 1 Lefttorrght. Larry Janssen Sherry Peck John Crawford Elta Mullens Norman West Karla Hart Carrol Lovekamp Althea Fncke Max Zulauf Charlene Lxppert Davld Carls Earhne Schone Maxme Stnckler Clyde McCloud Carolyn Peck Everett Allen Maxme Huppe Don Hobrock Roseanne Ruppel Ray Schmtker Colleen Roe ge Max Beard, ON STAGE Jill Abernathy Karen Talkerneyer Rrchard Stock Daun Schone Rrchard ncke and Elrzabeth Paul I I 3 I "Um.."' J' c, - X J 4 r X- Q if Q J 2 0 Y ---A --'wr I - .I fa . ' - , I ar, 1 . "1 ' EQ , 1. 15w"' f f ' i 3 5 E3 2 I 0 4 G G X V a 1 I X f ,iv . li S it 1, . 61 ' B I Q K , vs L ag". 1' - . .N 14 I J , 0 H' ' r Q r f 1 . r ' A FI F5 r 14 . - t 1 . , ' A . 4- .W H K A n JV' Wy. .0-N-Nqwu' ""'-+.,,n5.n ' . . ' I ' . ' . ' . D . ' . P I I I I l U I - l I 1 U D ' I I . ' E, I , , . I I I Amrdaflurry of last mrnute preparatrons the Sucth An naul Sen1orCarn1val opened on February 23 1952 The I' evenrng began as usual wrth a chrlr supper served by the senrors' mothers in the hot ,7"'x lunch room The gym opened at 6 00 P M It was gaily decorated wrth strrngs of balloons hang mg from the hghts and the tradrtlonal net of balloons All the stands were decorat ed wrth brrght crepe paper a grlt crown and purple prnk and blue crepe paper streamers Among the van A ous stands were the basket ball throw football throw rmg the ducks dart throw narldrrvmg horseshoes con cessron stand cake walk bazaar and a shootmg gal Queen of 1952 MISS EARLINE SCHONE Queen of 1951 MISS ELIZABETH PAUL lery On the stage in the gym free entertarnment was presented at rntervals and several tunes durrng the everung movres were grven rn one of the grade R 11W rnkelman acted as Master of Ceremonres At ten o'clock, the long awarted event the coronatxon took rooms. usse place The members ofthe court and thetr escorts were Maxme Strrckler and Clyde McCloud Charlene Lrppert and Max Zulauf 1 Carolyn Peck and Everett Allen Earltne Schone and Davrd Carls Maxrne Huppe and Don Hobrock Althea Frrcke and Carro Ru 1 and Ray Schnitker Karla Hart and Nomran West Co een gg Lovekamp Roseanne ppe and John Crawford Sherry Peck and Larry I anssen Flower guls I L11 Abernathy and Karen Talkerneyer preceded the queen of P ul her tram bearers Daun Schone and Rrchard Stock Mrss a ll Roe e and Max Beard Elta Mullens 1951 Mrss Elrzabeth Paul her escort, Drck Frrcke and drtional lovely purple and whrte robe crowned Mrss Ear e wearmg the tra a double strand of pearls and one dozen Amerrcan Beauty roses, the gifts of the Senior Class The affair broke up soon after d a nrce profrt and everyone seemmgly had an engoyable evemng lin Schone Queen of 1952 and presented her wrth the coronatron wrth everybody happy The semors realize of fun and garety. 5 1 5 c I , . . . - 1 I ! 1 5 , 1 5 I . . 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The senrors prcked for therr presentatron a lularrous comedy Gert1e's Uncle by Robert St Clatr The play was grven on November 2 and from the laughs heard throughout the entrre play we deem rt was a Success The play begrns rn the home of Mrss Ursula and Mrss Brrdre Trueblood CCarolyn Peck and Roseanne Ruppelj Mass Ursula rs the elder of the two sprnsters tall unbendtng domrneermg and defrnrtely a man hater' Mrss Brrdre rs a trmld soft spoken creature whose entire life has been dommated by her older srster They have ln l'hC1.l' employ Irene Borden CSherry Peckj who rs rather a prrvrleged character and generally says what she thrnks Gertrude Lombard CColleen Roeggej rs an orphan who lrves wrth the Truebloods The netghbors are nosy and gossrpy Sarah Eggert CBetty Splcerj and Erruly Johnson CCharlene Lrppertj They aren tmtentronal trouble makers but they certarnly cause Gertre a 'heap of trouble As the plot unfolds we frnd that Gertre s boyfrrend Nelson Adams fRay Schmtkerj rs gorng away and Gertre has to see htm But the Truebloods do not allow men rn the house A consprracy forms between Gertie and Irene It Lnvolves Irene s daughter Jackre a college grrl fliarlrne until yes you guessed itl The real Uncle Henry fNorman Westj appears on the scene' Needless to say the Trueblood household IS almost a mad house' But then Sherrff Hicks fNorman Westj mtervenes and helps to strarghten out Gertre s tangled affarrs Mrss Ursula decrdes that men aren t such horrrble beasts after all and rn slsts upon Gertre s rmmedrate marrrage And then we suppose they all lrve happlly ever after J Corntn Round the Mountarn xsathree act play about hillbilly lrfe Maw and Paw Skltter and therr family are typrcal hrllbrlly characters who have arranged a marriage for theu beautrful daughter Comey Bell to a bachelor neighbor Sammy Fester But Comey Bell has drfferent rdeas She has fallen rn love wrth a handsome resorter from the outsrde and the family decide to grt him rf they have to use a shotgun, Meanwhile Curly is in love with a model out uf the Rears and Sawbuck Catalog The climax to the play shows Comey Bell getting ready to marry Bob Thecastts as follows Maw Skltter Karla Hart Paw Skitter Max Beard Curly Skrtter Don Nickel Comey Bell Skrtter Vugrrna Klelnschmidt Dizzy Mae Skitter, Barbara Parkerson Zeke Skrtter Everett Allen Ellie Lou De Funny Elta Mullens Sammy Fester Larry Janssen Robert Bruce John Crawford Edward Small Davis Carls, Carol Hughes, Maxrne Strickler, Doris Dean, Althea Frrcke. 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The building is 36 x 80 feet and is of shale cement-block construction, with the exterior painted white and the interior, soft pastel colors. The Floors are of green mottled tile and the ceiling is the new acoustical type. The buildin was completed and the classes moved in after the Christmas vacation--the seventh and eightg grades into the two east rooms and the agriculture classes into the west room. The building is of plain design and provides for complete utilization of space. It is a very fine building which helps to solve the crowded conditions. Seventh Grade Classroom YOU CAN ALWAYS BANK ON MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ARENZVILLE ILLINOIS Wessler Bros. Garage CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICES TIRES OIL TUBES GREASE WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS PHONE 99 ARENZVILLE ILLINOIS The First National Bank fi I 4:1 '-:Tags 1 STANDARD , I Mill? 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