Arenzville High School - Raider Yearbook (Arenzville, IL)

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AHENZVILLE ll.l.IN0lS of I956 VOI.UME IX THE ARENZVILLE CHO0L The flrst hlgh school class to be graduated 1n the vlllage of Arenzv1lle was the class of 1890 whxch had 1ts xnstructlon 1n what 1S now the vlllage hall and the vlllage a1 When mcreased enrollment made It necessary a larger bu1ld1ng was erected on the slte of the present bulldlng The f1rst class to be graduated from lt was the class of 1893 Th1s bulldmg burned IH 1907 and was replaced by the present blllldlflg whose doors were opened 1n the September of 1909 Durxng these years the hlgh school was a three year school but about 1913 or 1914 the hlgh school had a four year currlculum In 1936 the gyrrnasmm was added In 1940 a comrnumty hxgh school d1str1ct was formed In October 1947 the present commumty umt D1strxct Number 27 was formed comprlsmg the vxllages of Arenzvllle Chap1n and Concord and adJo1n1ng terr1tor1es In 1949 the hot lunch and home economxcs buxldlngs were completed In 1952 the Jumor hxgh and agmculture blllldlflg was added S S Hx ' v , 3 - 1 - I A - 1 . , . I , , , , 1 , . , ,J '- 'fic .fa P13 ' sv , DEDICATIO We the semors of 1956 dcdxcate th1s edltlon of The Ralder t the road to educatlon After' teachmg IH the Lountry schools she came to teach m the Arenzv1l1e Grades m the year' 1944 and has been w1th us through our twelve years of educatlon Hergentle and understandmg manner' helped us through many trxals and troubles durmg those dellghtful years whxch we spent 1n her room l l D, , . t A . . . , ,, . ,, O Miss Mary Louise Lutkehus, who started twelve of us seniors on 4 5' 5 ff , . K. 1- f 10 FAC LTY MARVIN G WEST B A Culver Stockton M A Uruverslty of Ill1no1s Prlnclpal Supermtendent JAMES BREWSTER James M1111k1n Un1vers1ty Band Instructor ELIZABETH PAUL B M MacMurray College Vocal Instructor MARY J SMITH B S MacMurray College Home Econom1cs NELSON SMITH B S Umverslty of I111no1s Vocatlonal Agmculture K . H I B. M., M. Mus. Ed. -if FAC LTY HOMER DAHMAN B Illinois College Mathematics American Problems MARGUERITE CAMPBELL B A MacMurray College Commercial Studies DON KEMP, B. S. Western State College Science, P.E. Coach ALICE LOU SCHNAKE B. A. University of Illinois M. ED. University of Illinois English MADELINE E. BLAIR B. S. Western State College Physical Education Social Studies SENIOR: UHHU ll URW N ? A 9 5525 5: 2" ! I' fl' 1' L f 237 . ' x JH, 8 ' I A V X ff ,N ff llnlilu ' ' i I KQX JP' 'Qi -A1 ,J Q I X UVAX Fx - A if I K 1-I ' Z,-A' I ffsx " Q BOB ALLEN 4 Student Counc1l 4 Prlzed Possess1on 1947 Ford Amb1t1on Mechamc Hobby Cars QFordsl EILEEN BRASELL Band 1 2 3 4 Lxbranan 4 M1xed Chorus 1 2 4 G1rls Student Councll 1 3 F H A 1 2 3 4 Progect Chalrman 2 Degrees Cha1rman 3 G1r1s Tr1o 3 4 Class Play 4 Cheer leader 2 3 4 Queen S Court 3 4 Class Secretary 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 VICE Pres1dent 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 Nxckname Squxrt Pet Peeve Dumb g1r1s Hangout W1lly s Favor1te Saying I won t know Nlckname Br asell Pet Peeve Army Favorlte Saymg Oh shut up' Pnzed Possess1on 55 class r1ng Amb1t1on Marmage Hobby Talkmg DOROTHY COATS F H A l 2 3 4 L1brar1an 4 Calendar Edxtor of Annual Staff 4 Nlckname Dot Pet Peeve Gosslp Hangout Here and there mostly there Favorlte Saymg Well uh Prlzed Possessxon Watch Amb1t1on To be happy forever Hobby Eatmg ' . . . . , . L 1 ' -, ' 1 ' 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 a J 1 1 1 1 1 2 . I ' -ll - nl. - ' , - - 1 . - - ll 9 10 . . . ' - . . - 11 or I 1 l I I ' . ' I - I I I Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pres1dent33 Hangout- School ' ,L . . . ' ' -" . . ' ' . DI ! I J I I 1 . ' - 1 ,ty . . - 1 ' , 5 1 F ' , 1 . . - . I J I 1 2 . - - - - 1 1 1 Z ' ' 2 ' ' - ll ll. - ' . ' 9 ' ' - ll -- ll KAREN DAWSON Typist 4. Nickname- "Sue" Pet Peeve- Unfriendly people Hangout- '56 blue Lincoln Ambition Stenographer Hobby Loafing MARC DAHMAN Class President 1 2 4 Class Vice President 3 Student Council 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 4 Class Plays 3 4 Annual Staff Co Editor 4 LUCILLE GINDER Chorus 1 2 3 4 Girls Ensemble l 2 3 Vice President of Glee Club 4 Student Council 1 2 3 Class Secretary 2 Secretary Treasurer 3 Annual Staff 4 Queen s Court 3 4 Carnival Queen 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 Parliamentarian 3 Vice President of F H A 4 Nickname Gracie" Pet Peeve Bold boys Hang out Car Favorite Saying "Gracious me" Prized Possession Class ring Ambition Beauty operator Hobby Candid photos F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 13 Glee Club lg Annual Staff Favorite Saying You think I m kidding you? Prized Possession Indentlfication bracelet Nickname Marco Pet Peeve Girls Hangout School Favorite Saying What won t they think of next? Prized Possession Red hair Ambition Lawyer Hobby Model planes and ships . J .v 2 O J I - . - U Plays 3,43 Band 3,41 Mixed chorus l,2,3,43 Girls' 4 4 L T ' ' '- .. . Q - N5 GEORGE HALL FFA 12 3 4 Annua1Staff4 Nlckname Davy Crockett Jr Pet Peeve Thleves Hangout Home Pr1zed Possesslon Ford truck Amb1t1on Farmer Hobby Collectmg s1lver dollars NEAL HART Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Football 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Student Councll 1 2 3 4 PI"9S1 dent 4 ProJect1on Club 1 2 Annual Staff C0 GARRY HIERMAN Band 1 2 3 Drum Quartet 2 Basketball 1 2 Football 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Student Counc11 4 Sen1or Play 4 Annual Staff 4 N1ckname Bugs Pet Peeve Blondes PPIZS Possess1on 35 Chevy Hangout J acksonv1l1e square Amb1t1on Mechamcal engmeer Hobby Brunette Favonte Sayxng What s commg off Favorxte Say1ng You don t kno w do you? N1ckname Goose Pet Peeve Chevys Hangout Gym Favorxte Say1ng There s a FORD 1n your future Pr1zed Possession Fords and Sports equlpment Hobby Sports E,di,tor 4: Class Play 3, AII1bifi0n- Ball play- 4. I er Lyra: . 1 1 Q 5 J 03145 HE LEN KOLBERER F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Projects Chairman 35 Secretary 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Girls' Chorus l,2, 3,45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Student Council 3,45 Sec- retary 45 Annual Staff-Typistg Play 35 Queen's Court 3,41 Clarinet Quartet 45 Woodwind Trio 45 Girls' Ensemble 1,2. Nickname- "Peach" Pet Peeve- Nosey People Hangout- School Favorite Saying- "Be quiet!" Prized Possession- Class ring- Ambition- Teacher Hobby- Running around F F A 12 3 4 Football 3 4 Basketball 4 Annual Staff Sports Editor DICK LIPPERT Play 3 Band 1 2 Class Secretary Treasurer 1 Annual Staff 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Bas ketball l 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Track 1 2 Baseball 23 Nickname Lip Pet Peeve Some girls Hangout Car Favorite Saying That s so Prized Possession Billfold Ambition Marr1ed man Hobby One girl Nickname Slats Pet Peeve Benson Hangout None Favorite Saying quiet' Prized Possession Girls Ambition Secretary of Agriculture Hobby American and World History tw ' - - aa ns l I 9 I I , I 1 Q 1 - ' - ' ' "B ' B - n I 1 1 U ' I 2 - o - .v 1 1 Q 1 ' .v 1 1 I p Q n 1 1, , ,4. - as - H - V f , . - n I n 4 ' gy . . - - I 4 5.37, ,Ma rg ,Y . . - .11 - , ,Mf.,VLl. . , ,V fmmwf , ,'l3Qf7..H' A I F. ,IVE Ed1tor 4 N1ckname Marv Pet Peeve Fhrty boys Amb1t1on HOUS6W1fe Hobby Art HOWARD MASON FFA 1 234 Basket ball 1 4 Track 1 3 4 PI'OJ6Ct10I1S Club 2 3 Queen s Court 4 Play 3 Annual Staff Advertlsmg IRENE MC CLOUD Band 1 2 3 4 M1xed Chorus 1 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus I1 1 2 3 4 Cornet Tr1o 3 Choral Sextet 3 Annual Staff 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 Pubhc Relatlons 4 Play 3 Queen s Court 4 Off1ce G1rl 1 2 Nlckname S1s Pet Peeve Goss1p Hangout Wh1te Ford Favorlte Say1ng You better be11eve It Prmzed POSSCSSIOH 54 Class Rmg Ambltxon Nurse Hobby B H and dancmg MARVEL LOVE KAM P F H A 1 2 3 4' Librarian 4' Chorus 1 2 3 4' Queen's Court 4 ProJect1on Club 1 2 3 Annual Staff Plcture Hangout Bay Street Beardstown Favor1te Say1ng I don t know how Pr1zed possessxon D1amond rmg N1ckname Howard X Pet Peeve Women Drlvers Hangout L1ppert s Cafe Favor1te Say1ng Won t know Pr1ze possessxon 39 Chevy Amb1t1on Farmer Hobby Huntmg BILL MC LAIN Council 1,35 Annual Staff 4. Nickname- "Bill" Hangout- Jacksonville Favorite Saying- "W-e-1-1" Prized Rossession- 55 Buick Ambition- Farmer Hobby- Girls JIM NICKEL Football 3 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Reporter 3 Basket ball Manager 1 2 Annual Staff 4 Senior Play 4 F.F.A. l,2,3,4g President'45 Basketball 1,2,3gStudent Pet Peeve- Red Heads, and Blonds. N1ckna.me Nick Pet Peeve Teachers Hangout Taylor s Favorite Saying Well Prized Possession Car Ambition Navy Hobby Spending Money EDWARD NOBLITT Band 1 23 FFA 1 234 FoOtba1l4 Track34 Annual Staff 4 Nickname Nobby Pet Peeve Teachers Hangout Fergies Prized Possession Chev Hot rod Ambition State Cop Hobby Hot Rodding 1 ' - ll ' ff , f 0 I 5 I I J I 2 ' " .v ' , . - - - - la 1 , . u n Q - - - 1 A n I Q a Q. ' - ll ,f Favorite Saying- "Cheese-it the flat-foots." ,f Zz JANIS PAR KE RSON Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Mixed Ensemble 3 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Girls Ensemble 3 F HA 1234 Queens Court 4 Annua1Staff WILMA OMMEN Girls' Chorus 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Band 1,2, 3,45 Flute Quartet 3,43 F.H.A. 1,2,3,43 Degrees Chairman 45 Annual Staff Typist 45 Queen's Court 45 Senior Play. Nickname- None Pet Peeve- Nosey People Hangout- Arenzville Favorite Saying- "La De Da" Prized Possession- Class ring Hobby- Having fun WILBUR PARLIER F F A l 2 3 4 Vocal 4 Projection Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Off1C6 Staff Play 3 Nickname Cowboy Pet Peeve Women Drivers Hangout Rushville Favorite Saying Well dingbust the Dohinky Prized Possession Horses Ambition To marry a blond Hobby Trick riding Nickname Janie Pet Peeve Gabby People Hangout Home Favorite Saying Gee Whiz ' Prized Possession Tele vision set Ambition Nurse Hobby Eating SUSAN SHANNON Band 1 2 3 4 Clarinet Quartet l 2 3 4 Sextet 1 Mlxed Ensemble 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Librarian 2 3 Queen s Court 4 F H A l 2 3 4 Student Coun c1l 3 Plays 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Picture Editor RONALD SCHNITKER Band 1 2 3 4' Solo 2 3 4' Trumpet Quartet 3 4' Football 3 4' Basketball 1 2 3 4' Baseball 1 2 3 4' Track 2 4' Class Play 4g Annual Staff 4. Nickname- Snit ' Pet Peeve- Girls Hangout- Sharlene's Favorite Sa ing- "Cut it out!" Y Prized Possession- Trumpet Ambition Carpenter Hobby- Working with wood KATHLEEN RUPPEL Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Librarian 4 F H A l 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Vice President 3 Band 2 Dance Band 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Student Council 1 2 Girls Trio 2 3 4 Class President 3 Class Treasurer 4 Queen s Court 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Subscription Manager Class Plays 3 4 Nlckname Kathy Pet Peeve Some boys Hangout Home Favorite Saying Prized Possess1on Class ring Ambition Absolutely nothing Hobby Sleeping Nickname Susie Pet Peeve People with out a sense of humor Hangout 51 Hudson Favorite Saying Cow Prized Possession Betty Crocker pin Ambition Pr1vateSecretary Hobby Reading YVONNE STOCK G1r1s Chorus 1 2 3 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 Recreatlon Cha1rma.n 2 M1xed Chorus 1 2 Sextet 1 Plays 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Queen s Court 4 N1ckname Stocko Pet Peeve Slow Chevy s Hangout 52 Ford Favor1te Saylng Cut lt out Pr1zed Possess1on Class r1ng Arnbxtlon Nurse Hobby Watchmg T V MARILYN TEGEDER F H A 1 2 3 4 H1stor1an 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 G1rls Chorus 1 2 3 4 G1rls Ensemble l 2 Queen s Court 4 Clar1net Quartet 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Typ1st Play N1ckname Short1e Pet Peeve Some boys Hangout Ford Favorlte Saylng Oh Honey Pnzed Possess1on Class rlng AInb1t1OH College Hobby Runmng around KAY WESS LER Band 1 2 3 4 Clarmet Quartet 3 4 M1xed Chorus 1 2 4 G1r1s Chorus 1 2 3 4 Sextet 1 Quartet 3 F H A 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Annual Staff 4 Play 3 4 Student Counc11 2 3 Queen s Court 4 N1ckname Mable Pet Peeve Ford Lovers Hangout Chevy Favorlte Say1ng Hon est ly PTIZS Possess1on Ident1f1cat1on bracelet Amb1t1on Teacher Hobby Sleep1ng GLENNA WINKLEMAN F.H.A. 1,3, Band l,2,3,4, Student Counc1l 4, Libraman 2,3,4, Queen's Court 4, Flute Quartet 3,4, Play 3,4, Annual Staff 4 N1ckname "Jenny" Pet Peeve W1lbur Hangout Freida's , Favorxte Saylng "Oh gosh" Pr1zed Possess1on Locket Amb1t1on Lxbrarlan Hobby Readmg CLASS HlS'I'0RY On September 2 1952 thlrty one freshmen entered Arenzvxlle Hlgh School and were 1n1t1ated by the sophomores Class offlcers elected were Presldent Marc Dahman Vxce Pres1dent Bxlly McI.1a1n Secretary Treasurer D1ck L1ppert Student Counc1l Kathleen Ruppel E1leen Brasell Marc Dahman Luc1l1e G1nder and Neal Hart Mr Alt1zer was our adv1sor We gamed Jackle Rohn as a class mate Dean Neuendorf Eugene N1col and Chantel Newberry moved away In 1953 as sophomores we 1n1t1ated the freshmen Class offlcers elected were Presldent Marc Dahman V1ce Pres1dent B1lly McLa1n Secretary Lucllle G1nder Treasurer Neal Hart Student Counc1l Marc Dahman B1lly McLa1n Kay Wessler and Kathleen Ruppel Mr Srrnth and Mrs Sm1th were our adv1sors At the begmnmg of our sophomore year we were Jolned by Glenna Wmkelrnan and George Hall In 1954 as Jumors we elected the followlng off1cers Pres1dent Kathleen Ruppel V1ce Presldent Marc Dahman Secretary Treasurer Luc11le G1nder Student Councll E1leen Brasell Helen Kolberer and Susan Shannon Our class adv1sor was Mrs Blalr On Apr11 22 1955 we presented our play Aunt Cathle Cat Mrs Bla1r d1rected the play The one thmg we looked forward to was the recexvmg of our class r1ngs The mam event of the year was the Jun1or Semor banquet and prom on May 21 1955 The banquet was held at the Dunlap Hotel and the prom 1n the gym Durlng the year Buddy Dyer moved to Peorla Th1s year our semor year there are twenty elght of us We have one new member Eddle Nobhtt The followmg off1cers were elected Presxdent Marc Dahman V1ce Pres1dent Neal Hart Secretary E1leen Brasell Treasurer Kath leen Ruppel Student Councll Neal Hart Glenna Wmkelman and Garry Hlerman Mrs Schnake and Mrs Blalr are our sponsors On November 10 1955 we pre sented a three act play Papa Says No The b1g event of the year was the Carn 1va1 held on February 4 1956 We are now lookmg forward to the Jun1or Senlor Banquet and prom sen1or tr1p and graduatlon Presldent V14-ge Pres Marc Dahman Neal Hart Secretary Treasurer Elleen Brasell Kathleen Ruppel 1 1 ' 1 . , 1 ' 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - - 11 - 1 . . 1 1 1 5 , , . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 0 1 - - 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 . 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 . 1 v ' 1 1 - vi ' ' 11 7 . 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'V 12,8911 113 ' , 1,11 29' f ' 1 CLASS Pll0PHECY One day as I was sitting by my fire place the phone rang Much to my sur prise it was an old classmate Wilma Ommen She had Just returned from the 1956 class reunion which I had not been able to attend and wanted me to see the movie she had taken of our class I hopped a bus and as I sat down I noticed a friend of mme Marc Dahman He told me that he was an economist now and en Joyed his work very much As I got off the bus I noticed that the driver was Eddie Noblitt He said that he had been giving drivers training to youngsters 1n high school As I rang the bell of M1ss Ommen s home a d1st1ngu1shed looking butler opened the door I recognized him lt was Howard Mason He took me into the living room where M1ss Ommen was She had a gray streak in her ha1r other wise she looked the same She started the film The whole class was to arrive on a PETE airliner which was owned by Yvonne Stock The hostess was M1ss Jams Parkerson The pilot was Ronnie Schmtker Did I say that everyone was to arrive on a plane? I was mistaken Here comes Wilbur Parlier on his horse and he 15 late too There are Marvel Lovekamp and her husband going to eat lunch What is tl'us'P Eight children' ' ' E1leen Brasell was escorted to the reumon by a military man who I believe 15 a former graduate of A H S also Here IS some good news Mr Charles Leischner IS running for President and on the Republ1can ticket at that Kay Wessler is trying to teach Richard Lippert something about math but he has h1S own ideas about figures Bxll McLain is happily at work 1n Tegeder gathering eggs and taking good care of her chicken farm Jim Nickel is having a hard time Judging a beauty contest I think he 15 going to pick the Baton twirler And there 15 Irene McCloud supervising her department in the telephone office 1n Chicago Oh my' The lights went out' What shall we do? Never fear there is Garry Hierman to the rescue He is home on leave from his duties 1n the Marine Corps Here IS our sports announcer Neal Hart to brxng us up to date on the championship match 1n the field of wresthng women wrestling He 15 not sure who IS going to be the winner because it 1S an evenly matched team th1S year Karen Dawson versus Dorothy Coats What? Did someone fall down? Well It is Kathleen Ruppel but she 1sn t hurt because she has a good doctor to help her up Susan Shannon IS taking notes on the reumon for her column in the newspaper She 1S a successful newspaper woman Here comes the plane and Bob Allen 15 all ex cited because he thinks It might be the rest of his professional football team of which he 15 the captain but he is disappointed because it 15 only the plane to take all the members of the class of 1956 home George Hall 15 in a hurry because he doesn t want to m1ss the show at h1s night club where he has Glenna Winkleman p1ay1ng a Jazzy flute solo and then he has a big date with his favorite Broadway actress Lola Van Doren This IXLOV16 was under the direction of Mrs Schnake and Mrs Bla1r The music was directed by Helen Kolberer who 15 also a band director LUC1119 Gmder was the hair stylist A tear glittered in my eye as I remembered all the wonderful people and good times that I had at Arenzville High School Written by Lucille Gmder Assisted by Marvel Lovekamp and Susan Shannon 1 1 . , - .I . . I J his grocery store with the help of his wife and six children. There is Marilyn . . . , . . , . . j CLASS WILL We the sen1ors of 1956 of the C1ty of Arenzv1l1e County of Cass State of Ill1no1s be1ng sound 1n body and m1nd do hereby make and pubhsh th1s as our last w1ll and test ament hereby revokmg all former w1lls and bequests made by us Bob Allen do w1ll and bequeath my basketball ab1l1ty to Ronn1e Bottens Marc Dahman do w1ll and bequeath my red ha1r to Jerry Lovekamp Edd1e Nobhtt do w1ll and bequeath my safe dr1v1ng abxhty to Mar1lyn Clark W1lbur Parl1er do w1ll and bequeath my boots and saddle to B111 Allwardt Dorothy Coats do W111 and bequeath my snappmg black eyes to Helen Janssen Neal Hart do w1ll and bequeath my Fords to Robble Wessler George Hall do w1ll and bequeath my collectlon of cowboy stor1es to Glen Carls 1n the hope that he w1ll broaden h1s knowledge of hterature Garry H1erman do w1ll and bequeath my old Jalopy to Bobby Schone trustlng that he w1ll handle It w1th reverence and affectlon Helen Kolberer do w1ll and bequeath my 1nterest m band to Bon1ta Huppe Kathleen Ruppel do w1ll and bequeath my vo1ce to Sandra Lovekamp Lucllle Gxnder do w1ll and bequeath my naturally curly ha1r to M1dge H1erman E1leen Brasell do w1ll and bequeath my 1nterest 1n the Armed Forces to all the Jumor g1rls B111 MCLHIH do will and bequeath my ab1l1ty to tease g1r1s to B111 St1nson Jun N1cke1 do w1ll and bequeath my fr1endsh1p w1th the sophomore g1r1s to Stan He1t br1nk Irene McCloud do w1ll and bequeath my 1nterest 1n all the boys to Nancy Fr1cke Marvel Lovekamp do w1ll and bequeath my 1nterest 1n an M R S degree to Fr1eda Roegge Mar1lyn Tegeder do w1ll and bequeath my he1ght to J1mm1e Shannon Howard Mason do w1ll and bequeath my low walk to Donald Emerck Kay Wessler do w1ll and bequeath my mterest 1n sports to Sharlene Hobrock D1ck L1ppert do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to gOSSlp to Beverly Anderson Glenna W1nkelman do w1ll and bequeath my fxgure to Joy Schone Jams Parkerson do W111 and bequeath my sm11e to Gary Carls W1lma Ommen do w1ll and bequeath my poutmg to Jean Saylor Yvonne Stock do w111 and bequeath my s1ze Q4 feetj to J1m Wood Ronme Schn1tker do w1ll and bequeath my trumpet to Ray Anderson Charles Le1schner do w1ll and bequeath my looks to J1m Beard I Susan Shannon do w1ll and bequeath my Ir1sh temper to R1chard Le1schner Drawn up and w1tnessed thereof on the TWELFTH day of December 1n the year of our Lord one thousand mne hundred f1fty f1ve L , . . . 1, , ' ' . 1, , A ' . I, I . ' . . . - J - L . ' . 1 ' . ' ' l 1, , ' ' . L .. . I . , . . . . - I, , ' ' ' . . . ' 1, , ' . L I . , . i L . , . . . L . J . . - L . I . . . L I . . . . 1, ' ' , ' . L . , . . a CLASS POEM Whenever graduatlon comes We llke to wonder why The senlors were so famous At good old Arenzvllle Hlgh A l1ttle black Ford And a Pepsodent smlle The cheerleaders say Bob has plenty of style Elleen may go to college It's only a ventured guess But of one degree she's certaln She'll get her M R S W1th anyone who doubts lt We'd lxke to make a bet If you don t thlnk she's awfully sweet You've not met Lucy yet Eddle Noblltt has a Chevy He l1kes to drvle around One nlght he had an Acc1dent He'll never l1ve It down Irene McCloud's the Ford fan She llkes all colors too When she 1sn't 1n the whlte one It's sure to be the blue Two smlllng shapely rnaldens Were Marc D and Garry H They really stole the show L1ke them short llke them tal or Llke them 1n between? Yvonne and Marllyn Tegeder Are the nlcest that we've seen Dorothy Coats and Karen D Are always seen together A glggle now a glggle then It's the same 1n any weather Stnglng llke a pretty b1rd Cheerlng for the boys Kathy 15 a v1v1d truss Just full of charm and polse Mary had a ltttle lamb But Ronme has a trumpet He plays so well the nelghbors say That even they won't dump lt Dlck Ltppert IS a fme young chap He's nearly always busy But he's not golng to Wesslers To bargaln for a Chevy After dolng lots of thmklng And readmg up 1n books We have at last declded Charl1e's not as shy as he looks A frlendly lad who's never sad Is Jolly James H N1ckel We've heard It sald he's very glad Burlene IS never flckle A c1ty sllcker certamly Is gorgeous Georgle Hall Slnce movlng 1n to Arenzvllle He s really on the ball Howard Mason be a farmer has that Chevy lady charmer Now frlendly Has plans to But smce he He's qu1te a be a math teacher won't be strlct Kay plans to We hope she We th1nk that she will often flnd Her prlze student wlll be D1ck Neal Hart can shoot a basket Or get balls from the board But he can't see another car That equals h1s old Ford V1vac1ous Susle Shannon Is really lots of fun The boys ln Beardstown often see That famous whlte Hudson Our cowboy W1b from west of town Never goes wlthout hxs boots He waves at all the glrls he sees As down the road he shoots Whenever the band IS play1ng For 1f Helen 1sn't play1ng Then lt hasn't started yet Glenna lS a l1ttle g1rl In bralns she does abound She hopes to be a llbrarlan She'll be the best around Marvel IS a lovely blonde Who walks wlth step so a1ry No wonder she walks on tl clouds She s th1nk1ng of her Jerry When rldmg 1n a Bulck You really can t complaln That's why the glrls all tu n the1r heads To smlle at B111 McLa1n Tall and graceful w1th dark brown halr She s really not so shy Who IS It that calls Wllma up Is lt some speclal guy'P Jams IS one redhead Who plans to be a nurse She'll flnd a handsome patlent W1th money ln h1s purse These thlngs we w1ll remember Of the class of '56 Now don t you thmk by any book That they knew all the tr1cks9 , , . I - A I , . . ll Il , . . ll ' I! , . . , lv - ' ' 1, U ' ' , . We hear that clarlnet. I , , . ' - l e . , . . . , , . I I W I I ' ' ' - , . , . JUNf0!?J xv, f Q L F11 lii'S'i3.1s-.5 mf 59 CQ 'fx X . X "1 fi Q E P1 ,- '4 ' Z s A N f S ls '4 '7 ,ff ' ' ix I hi A 175 . 1 ,, I 9 T Y f g f 7 U' A vs 1 ' 1 1-. " 'II' 5 Y , N x l ' X x A 3895 S8 M H1erman S. Grant B. Huppe G Carls J Lovekamp Pres1dent V1ce Pres1dent E 569 T Inez, cf awry B Schone R Lelschner R Wessler B Stmson N Fr1cke R Bottens J. Beard S. Heitbrink J. Wood S. Lovekamp J. Schone s1C S F Roegge M. Clark S. Hobrock ,W L 1? , q R Hierman J St1nson B Taylor 'aa J Shannon G Nelson President V1ce President D Strubbe B Schn1tker V Dawson B Anderson E Dober E Huppe R Anderson n R1-Ian 7',,ea-4561. s E Dufelmeier M Schrutker B K1e1nschm1dt 5 90118 at 3' 10" u "Q Sec 1-eb tb! FHESHMEJV 43531-iwf 3 Y YL 1 x Xl A .M J M" A Beard R Jones Presxdent V1ce Presldent af Car-15 Y SQC X' I-el' N Plunkett W Allwardt A McCloud R Coats C Tend1ck S Lovekamp B Ommen M Parher R Burrus B Roegge B C Wessler D Harbm B Tlemann C Lexschner C1 K . . - . XJ' re ar reasu W. Bottons C. Hobrock C. Heitbrink M. Ginder B. Alexander B B C FRE HMA HlS'l'0RY On August 29, 1955, twenty-three freshmen entered Arenzville High School. Officers elected were: President, Allen Beardg Vice-President, Raymond Jonesg Secretary, Lanni Clarkg Treasurer, Glen Carls. Those elected to the Student Council were: Marilyn Parlier, Margaret Ginder, and Billy Alexander. Nelson Smith is our advisor. 0PHOMORE HI T0llY In September, 1954, twenty-three freshmen entered Arenzville High School. Officers elected were: President, Jim Shannong Vice-President, Gary Nelson' Secretary-Treasurer Burlene Taylor. Those elected to the Student Council were Raymond Hall Mike Abernathy Jim Shannon and Dale Strubbe This year our sophomore year we elected the followmg officers President J1m Shannon Vice Pres1dent Gary Nelson Secretary Jean Saylor Treasurer M1ke Abernathy Student Council Burlene Taylor J1m Shannon and Raymond Hall .lUNl0R HI 'l'0RY On August 31 1953 twenty freshmen entered Arenzville High School Of the twenty seven had graduated from Trinity Lutheran School and thirteen from Arenzville Junior High Officers elected for that year were President Frieda Roegge Vice President Margaret Hierman Secretary Robbie Wessler Treasurer Jerry Lovekamp Student Council Margaret Hlerman Garry Carls and Jim Beard Our sophomore year we elected the following officers President Helen Janssen Vice President Jerry Lovekamp Secretary Robbie Wess ler Treasurer Sharon Grant Student Council Garry Carls Marllyn Clark Margaret Hierman and James Wood This year our Junior year we elected the following officers Presi dent Garry Carls V1ce President Jerry Lovekamp Secretary Helen Janssen Treasurer Donald Emerick Student Council Margaret Hierman Donald Ernerick and Jun Beard Our class advisors are Mr Kemp and Mrs Smith We are now making plans for our Junior Senior Prom On Apr1l 18 1956 a three act comedy You Can t Kiss Caroline was presented by the Junior class under the d1rect1on of Mrs Mary J Smith and Mr Donald Kemp Ma Rand Susie Milt Johnnie Joe Stanley HOW19 Bunnle Pat Shirley Jeannette Caroline Sally Miss Jam 85011 CAST OF CHARACTERS Sharlene Hobrock Margaret Hierman Jim Wood Jerry Lovekamp Don Emerick Garry Carls Richard Leischner Marilyn Clark Bonlta Huppe Frieda Roegge Sharon Grant . Sandra Lovekamp Joy Schone Helen Janssen I I 3 , 1 1 P I 1 1 3 ' 1 1 1 5 1 5 I . , . l I ' 1 1 2 ' 1 L 1 S 1 2 1 3 J 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 J 1 . 1 1 3 ' 1 S ' 1 S 1 3 1 S 1 1 ' ll D v ' ll 1 .v ' J I . . Willie.........................RobertWessler JJ!! mason gf jlllg' Go' Ji' M4711 , u-ff" fi? L K xg Tm 5 I eg 41 I NNUAI. STAFF " , E C I I 4 , V L L... ROW ONE G W1nklemen K Dawson K Wessler H Kolberer N Hart M Dahrnan W Ommen Y Stock M Tegeder ROW TWO L Ginder E Brasell J Parkerson D Coats J Nickel G Hall E Noblitt C Leischner D Lippert R Schmtker Mrs Schnake Mrs Blair ROW THREE H Mason G H1erman S Shannon K Ruppel W Parlier I McCloud M Love kamp B Allen B McLain Ed1tors Advertxsmg Managers Plcture Ed1tors Grade School Managers Calendar Edztors Subscr1pt1on Managers Typ1sts School Activxtmes Edltors Marc Dahman Neal Hart Charles Leischner Ronnie Schmtker Garry Hierman J im Nxckel Dick Lippert Bob Allen Howard Mason Eddie Noblitt Susan Shannon Lucille Ginder Marvel Lovekamp Irene McCloud Yvonne Stock Elleen Brasell Dorothy Coats Jams Parkerson Kay Wessler Kathleen Ruppel Karen Dawson Wilma Ommen Helen Kolberer Marilyn Tegeder Glenna Wmkleman George Hall Wilbur Parlier E E K 3 I s vu 2 av M . - l L - 1 . i , - . . . . , . . . , . J v ' J 0 1 I I - I I p - Sports Editors ..... . . . . ...... . .Bill McLain FUTURE HUMEMAKER 0i AMERICA ROW ONE I McCloud Publ1c Relatlons Cha1rman W Ommen Degrees Chairman J Saylor Projects Cha1rman H Kolberer Secretary H Jans sen Pres1dent L Gmder V1ce Pres1dent K Wessler Treasurer F Roegge Parllamentanan M Hlerrnan Recreatlon Cha1rman ROW TWO M Lovekamp B Schmtker S Shannon E Brasell B Klemschmxdt E Hobrock Mrs Srmth ROW THREE N Fr1cke R H1erma.n E I-Iuppe B Taylor S Lovekamp C Lelschner M Clark B Roegge D Harbm Schone K Dawson ROW FOUR Y Stock J Parkerson K Ruppel N Plunkett B T1ernann C Hobrock D Coats M Gmder A McCloud M Parher IHII SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS Irene McCloud Susan Shannon Kathleen Ruppel W1lma Ommen Helen Kolberer G7 A T 1' 1 h T 11 'I ll WK Dufelmeier,Mi Tegeder, S. Crant, B. Huppe, C. Ter:dic.k, S. Lovekamim, . 1, .- . , D I -'-. pl -. 1: in .JDJ 1 F TURE FARMER 0i AMERICA SEATED Mr Sm1th W Parher G Carls D L1ppert B McLa1n J Beard D Strubbe A Beard W Bottons STANDING L Clark B St1nson R Burrus E Noblltt G Carls J N1ckel B Schone R Le1schner H Mason M Schnlt ker J Wood R Hall C Le1schner J St1nson M Abernathy G Hall R Jones B Alexander E Dober B Ommen In June of 1955 Dale Strubbe and Gary Carls attended the State F F A Convent1on wh1ch was held at Spr1ngf1eld George Roegge Marshall Meyer and Delbert Plunkett went to fhe State Judgmg Contest The F F A elected the followmg off1cers 1n September Pres1dent B111 McLa1n V1ce Pres1dent Bob Allen Secretary J1m Beard Treasurer D1ck L1ppert Reporter Glenn Carls At the annual Burgoo the F F A had acake walk and pop stand ln October a.n F F A F H A hayrlde and we1ner roast was held at J1m Beard s The F F A entered a land Judgmg contest at Wh1te Hall Durlng the latter part of October the F F A and F H A had a Halloween dance A corn show was held at Carrollton 1n November The followmg wonprlzes Bob Schone and Wllbur Parher second Howard Mason and Jlm Beard tlurd Dale Strubbe and Mxke Abernathy each won 25 cents On December l the F F A sponsored Natxonal Safe Dr1v1ng Day for the communlty by purchasmg posters and s1gns for car bumpers and d1str1but1ng them The followmg boys took part xn a land Judgmg contest durmg the month of January Howard Mason Charles Le1schner Dale Strubbe and George Hall In February Glenn Carls Landls Clark and George Hall attended a gram Judglng contest at Roodhouse On Valent1ne s Day the F F A and F H A sponsored a Valent1ne Dance On February 15 the F. F A sponsored a Farm F1re Safety program wh1ch mcluded a speaker and demonstratxon at a speclal assembly . . 1 0 .v e 9 e .v o p o J . , - J u . - o 1 - J ' J . , Q , . , . , . , . , . " J I J - J I J - 1 0 J I .v 1 .v - , . , . . , . . . J - .r 1 . . . I 1 .v ' .v 1 J 1 a , , . ,v . . . . . . -' . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . o I S I ,v , . . . - 1 a .r - a a 1 . . . , . . , - - . - . - . , -. . : lk TUDE T COUNClL SEATED J Shannon B Schmtker G H1erman H Kolberer M Parher G Ememck H Janssen J Beard R Hall B Alexander M Hlerman LIBRARIA SEATED IN Frlcke M Hxerman M Clark G Wmkleman STANDING M Love-Kamp Mrs Schnake C Hobrock B T16-mann D Coats S Hobrock ' ' 1 5 L I in I V n . .. , 2: Winkleman, lVIr. Dahrnan-. STANDING! B. Taylo,r, Allen, Ginder, Di D MIXED A D GIRL CHORU T FIRST ROW Left to R1ght D Harbln C Tendlck B Huppe C Hobrock E Huppe J Saylor B Roegge J Schone M Parker SECOND ROW L Gmder S Hobrock H Kolberer W Ommen E Dufe1me1er M Ginder A McCloud B Klemschxmdt B Schmtker M1ss Paul THIRD ROW J Parkerson B Tie mann N Plunkett I McCloud K Ruppel H Janssen F Roegge M Clark S Lovekarnp M H1erman C Le1schner FOURTH ROW R Hlerman J Love kamp R Anderson R Le1schner N Hart W Parher G Ca.r1s R Wessler D Strubbe W Allwardt G 00 ww FIRST ROW Left to Rlght D Harbin C A Tendlck B Huppe C Hobrock E Huppe J Saylor B Roegge J Schone M Parher SECOND ROW L Glnder S Hobrock H Kolberer W Ommen E Dufelmeler M Gmder A McCloud B Klemschmldt B Schmtker M1ss Paul THIRD ROW J Parkerson B Tlemann N Plunkett K Ruppel I McCloud H Janssen F Roegge M Clark S Love kamp M Hxerman FOURTH ROW M Lovekamp R Hlerman S Shannon M Tegeder C Le1schner Y Stock Q TT I 1r .4 V 0 I 7V v U rx Z r . 1 , I ef' f ,H QS, .A ,' Z '.f' 'V 7- " Q ' Ut 1, A 4 C ,TT n GIRL "PRIO T E11een Brasell Helen Kolberer Kathleen Ruppel BOYS QUARTET -4 Robbie Wessler Neal Hart Jerry Lovekamp Dale Strubbe BAD ROW ONE H Kolberer R Wessler M Gmder G W1nkelman W Omrnen E Brasell ROW TWO K Wessler S Shannon C Wessler J Saylor N Hart M H1erman M Tegeder S Hobrock C Ater D Clark R H1erman B Schnxtker ROW THREE S Grant E Brasell J Nelson M Abernathy T Huey I McCloud M Abernathy J Love kamp G Nelson R Schmtker M Clark P Wessler B Allwardt L. Clark B Clark M Beets ROW FOUR L Glnder J Shannon B Ommen James Brewster Instructor Burlene Taylor rnajorette and Barbara Tlemann tw1rler 2 . , . , . ' , . ' , . , . . : . , . , . . , . , . I , . , . , . , . , . ' , . ' . 1 . , . B. McLin, S. Hansmier, J. Abernathy, A. Dober, B. Beets, B. Manker, . , . , . , . , . , n ' y o Ay 0 . , 1 3 n 3 o I Q , . , . . : . ' , . , . 2 I ' I I l . I ' ' Trombone Quartet M Beets B Clark L Clark B Allwardt Flute Quartet G Wmkleman E Brasell W Ommen M Gmder Saxophone Trio: M. Hierman, B. Schnitker, S. Hobrock. B Flat Clarmet Quartet E Brasell J Saylor S Shannon K Wessler M Brass Qumtet N Hart M I-herman M Clark G Nelson R Schmtker Mlxed C1a.r1net Quartet C. Wessler, M Tegeder, R Wessler H Kolberer " Z . , . 1 . , . . X i Z . , . , . , . , . - I . . , . CLASS PLAY r Aprll Z2 1931 the Junior glass p av Xunt C athle s C at was press ntl cl LD the gym It was a n xstery comedy chrc ated by N11 s Nladellnc lllaxr The Q 1sIUfLh'lF'1C'IEI'5 1ntludcd 'I w Xhss Jlnc Trlmble Xhss Cathle Trxmble Xl argarct Trunble Dorothy Trlmble Nlarla Garcla Iose Garcla Casman An Off1Cer Nlr Davld Brent hlmabeth Pryor lllly Pltts Nhss W ilker Nc al Har t Susan Shannon lxathleen Ruppel hay Wessler Yvonne Stock Nlarllyn Tegeder Howard Nlason Dlck Llppert Wllbur Parlle r Marc Dahman Luc llle Gmder Irene lVlc'Cloud Helen lxolherer hxtrx Glenna Wlnklt man play Papa Says On 'November 10 1950 the Senlor class presented the Plalr It was a three 'N chreeted by 'Nlrs Ahcf. L Schnake and Nlrs NI3df.lll'lL att Lomedy The Last of characters Lneludecl XlonLo lx Page J 1I'1f t Page In lc Pre scott Nhss Lunlla Watts Nlrs Halen Carter Pete Larter Blll Sykes Joe Toots Salllc LIZ Nlrs Ilawkms The Dc tm Luxe C Lnc vu VL Ilawklns hxtra Vaal Hart Lugllle Glnder Garry Hlerrnan hathlecn Huppel W1lma On men Marg Dahman Blll NIgLa1n Bob Xllen Yvonne Stock Elleen Brasell hay Vicssler busan Shannon J1m 'Nlekel C lgnna ullI1kll.IIl1Il Ronmc Sc hnltkcr ' - -r ' ' . . " ' ' I. 1, " . . ol , - T. lu, , . . el, H ' . - - ff 3 - ' , V -1 .' l f' . t . . . ' , wi . . I Q 1 1 . X : liilll 'NDF . . . . . . . . . .... . ....., . H ' A2 K I . . V . . . . - . . . . . . - Y 1 ' . . . , . ....,.. . . . . . . . . . . . .x T ' v xl 1 mt Y - 1 X 1 A" vi x A ' 'I' . Z ,. x ,Y - . fl V A - , , ' , . fo," ' T' . 'J ., 4 .. 1 1" . ' ' A ' 7 V X ' - A 1 'A L I ' 1 . ................. . x V xt 1 . , " W ' 1 Y a 1 . - - , Y' , , I' f I A . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ' 1 ' 1, -3 'u I 1 class DlAy S CARNIVAL QUEEN UCILLE GINDER, QUEEN OF SENl0ll CAR IVAI. ON STAGE Tamara Beard Anms Clark flower g1rls Lucllle Glnder Joan Carls Gayle Mullens Jerry Fannmg Robm Manker tra1n bearers IN FRONT OF STAGE W1lma Ornmen Eddle Dober Helen Kolberer Neal Hart Susan Shannon Eddle Nobl1tt Kathleen Ruppel Garry Hlerman Marvel Lovekamp Jlm Nlckel Jams Parkerson B111 McLa1n Karen Dawson Ronme Schnltker D1ck L1ppert Glenna Wmkleman Bob Allen Yvonne Stock Gary Nelson Dorothy Coats Joe St1n son Irene McCloud Wlb Parller Kay Wessler Marc Dahman E1leen Brasell One of the blg projects of the semor class was the tenth annual car n1va1 held on Saturday February 4 1956 The supper conslstmg of soup sandw1ches ple cake 1ce cream pop and coffee was served by the mothers of the semors After enjoylng the del1c1ous supper everyone went the gym to take part ln the evenmg's aCt1V1t19S The gym was decorated wlth purple and whlte streamers of crepe paper The mam event of the evemng was the crownmg of Mxss Lucllle Gmder the Queen of 1956 She was crowned by Mlss Joan Carls the 1955 queen Dale Strubbe served as 'Vlaster of Ceremomes for the crowmng of the queen wh1le Neal Hart acted as Master of Ceremonles for the evenmg program and entertamment After the crowmng of the queen the net of balloons was cut loose and a door pr1ze was g1ven Wxth the co operat1on of everyone a successful carmval was enjoyed and w1ll be long remembered by all 4 , Z , U , ' 3 A D , I l J I ' 3 1 , 1 1 ,- , , . , , I I I J I , , , , . 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Z , Y 1 lift S r WM V CS . ,Yi I . 4 , gf I ' our . 4 M, an Q I C , Q ' 'x I Ra A Q' . -A I 8 ' '1' ' 'M' Q yy , ,za U ,tn V, l Q A Q ff 1 X X ' ix difigmflfv X xl .-nv A-wa IQ- NX Lg M F00'l'BALL ROW ONE Mgr R Burrus C Heltbrlnk L A Beard B Alexander Mgr B Omrnen Allen G Hlerman J Nlckel E Dober J R Schmtker ROW THREE R Jones M Anderson E Nobl1tt B Schone C Le1schner D Emerlck G Carls S H61fbF1Hk Coach Kemp Clark R Coats V Dawson ROW TWO G Nelson B Beard D Llppert N Hart Abernathy D Strubbe R GARRY HIERMAN End Garry 1mproved so rap1dly tlus year that he became one of the better ends of our conference Along wlth h1s fme offenslve play he was also a great defenswe end NEAL HART Quarter back Neal's t1mely s1g nal callmg enabled us to w1n the close games He played fleld general on offense and safety man on defense BOB ALLEN Halfback Thls year Bob end ed three years of flne football As a trlbute to hls outstandmg play and great flghtmg splrlt he was elected captaln Bob played halfback on offense and lmebacker on defense RONALD SC HNITK ER Halfback Because of an lnjured ankle Ron m1ssed the last two games of the season But m the games whlch he played he was our best pass defender He was also a good tackler and w1ll be m1ssed next year BOB SC HONE Tackle Bob played only on defense and play ed lt so well that m the comlng season h should be one of the best defensxve lmemen IH our conference DICK LIPPERT End Dlck was our flrst strlng end A long w1th belng an outstand1ng end he was a great klcker He also w1ll be great ly m1ssed 1n the commg year JIM NICKEL Tackle J1m was a play er who never looked outstandlng at any one txme because he always played a steady game H13 splend1d sp1r1t w1l1 be rmssed GARY NE LSON Halfback Gary was one of the best backfxeld men In our conference thls year Gary IS not only a good run ner but also a flne passer and klcker EDDIE DOBER Center Th1s was Edd1e's second year as f1rst strxng center and he was as good an offenslve center as any 1n our con ference Next year he should also be a fxne defens1ve player CHARLES LEISCH NER End Thls was only Charles second year of football but he lmproved so much that he became one of our better re serves He played h1s best game a gamst Routt JIM BEARD Tackle Jlm was one of our best blockers on offense It was be cause of h1s flne blockmg that our backfleld operated so well He was also one of our better de fenslve llncmen We expect great thmgs from Jmm next year . . - - - ' I , . , 1 . , 1 1 I x .- 1 ' - . 9 1 . , ' ' . . , BA KETBALL Qqlllfflgg A , - v'-2.59, , '-wi-Q, 5 ' - . ., V ,,.,M.....,,- MW. - . M, ., .-1'- . 1 2 ' A Q Bob Allen Ronn1e Schmtker Marc Dahrnan Neal Hart Howard Mason Edd1e Dober Garry H1erman Joe Stmson D1ck L1ppert Gary Nelson Coach Kemp NOT PRESENT Bob Schone BACK ROW Manager Byron Ommen Raymond Jones Donald Ememck Garry Carls Bob Schone Charles Lelschner Ray Hall Mxke Abernathy Vlrgll Dawson Manager B1lly Alexander MIDDLE ROW Bob Allen Ronme Schnltker Marc Dahman Neal Hart Howard Mason Edd1e Dober Garry H1erman Joe Stlnson D1ck Llppert Gary Nelson Coach Kemp FRONT ROW Russell Coats Dale Strubbe Lanm Clark BOB ALLEHNT Cuard Bob's steady floor play was a major factor 1n our VlLT.UI us He handled the ball easlljy and h1s duff nsue play was outstandmg PDDHL DOISILH Center lddlt s htlght was a valuable asset to the tam llc was a goo If bnunfitx as well as a fmt shot lhs freethrmu pc r ent xgc was except mnzl for the tcam BOT' SCHOYE Center Bob started slowly but lmproved raptdly It was hls great rebound mg that helped us wm the Petersburg and Whlte Hall games late ln the season NILAL HAPCI Forward Neal was one of the best rebounders on our team He was also our best defenslvt or ward As Neal want went the team Nleal w1ll me greatly Illlbbhll for hxs great sp1r1t and hls bas kc tball know how G XHY 'NhLb0'X Cuard Gary ml t Jump shot als 1 dlsplayed great druc md 5 me tom Q yon dtfcnse Cl an Bob vu rn of 1 bn st guard 1 rx unlflrms IH llll'5 are x AL - I 1 Y- , ' , X , ,f .- ' x - 'Y . .V 1 , so 1 ' I A ' A I - J A. - , j ' ' - H f .' ' ' .'- 1 Q '.'- .' 1, " ', an 4-xr' lfnt , w ' ' , ' .T tw . . It b- K d ' 'UZ If lcd. -. .- - - -. v Ili- 5 " the ball 1'f,pf'aT.- ' . - A '- A - l 'dl 1 ' .' A, Sz ry . ,-. 1 . - . ., - ' d one th- ' Z . .1 Q ' -1 1.: L, .' ii GARRY HIERMAN For ward Garry was an ag gressive rebounder H had lots of hustle and a good fighting spirit H played his best game a gamst Virginia -1--....-,, JOE STIINSON- Forward Joe had a slow start but later in the season he showed great, ability and aggressiveness. He will be of great value in the coming years. HOWARD MASONI Center MA RC DAH MAN Forward Because Marc miss- ed last year he was slow starting this year but he developed into a fine de- fensive and offensive player, Howard was one of the tallest men on the team His height enabled him to clear the boards on many occasions He also had a fine two handed Jump shot -Q-...i RON 'VIE SCHBITKE R Guard Even though Ronnie was small, he was a good ball handler and an able replacement for the guard position. CHEERLEADER E1leen Brasell Fr1eda Roegge Kathleen Ruppel Barbara Schnltker Margaret H1erman BASKETBALL Arenzvllle Arenzv1lle Arenzv1l1e Arenzvllle Arenzvllle Arer1zv1lle Arenzvxlle Arenzv1lle Arenzvllle Arenzvllle Arenzvllle Arenzvllle Arenzvllle Arenzv1lle Arenzv1lle Arenzv11le East Plke Chandle-rv1l1e Astorla Mt Sterhng Chapm Roodhouse Pleasant Plams Pleasant H111 Southeastern Waverly Gmggsvllle Blulfs I S D Meredosla Perry Routt RECORD OF GAMES Arenzv11le Arenzvlllc Arenzv1lle AFCHZV1119 Arenzvllle mchester T V'1rg1n1a Petersburg Whlte Hall ournarnent Greenf1eld TVI B C Tournament ISD Regxonal Tournament Arenzvxlle Rushvllle A renzvllle Arenzvllle Arenzv1l1e Arenzvllle Arenzvllle Arenzv1lle FOOTBALL Chandlerv1lle Routt V1rg1n1a Chapm Meredosla Bluffs 19 ' 37 ' 61 ' 58 l ' n 71 ' 62 ' 63 ' 71 67 ' 32 ' 44 ' 63 ' 49 ' 36 . ' 39 W' ' 82 ' 50 ' 41 ' 54 ' ' 53 39 P. 1 . . . ' 63 ' 59 ' 53 . . . 72 Arenzville 65 Ashland 70 ' ' 62 ' 69 ' 61 ' 78 ' 47 43 ' 54 50 ' 51 A ' 54 ' 42 ' 2 ' 67 ' 61 ' 13 6 ' 57 . . . 61 ' 0 ' ' ' 19 ' 81 ' 64 ' 47 ' 6 ' 71 49 ' ' 20 ' o ' 51 54 ' 0 Sept Oct Oct Nov Dec 21 Jan Jan 30 Feb Feb 30 Apr Apr Way SCHO0L CALE DAR Flrst day of school Labor Day No school Football Chandlervllle We won' Football Routt Another w1n Football Vlfglflla 'Nlot so lucky th1s tlme Lots of mud End of lst slx Weeks Teachers lnstltute no st hool Football game w1th Chapm fDad s Day! Vlctory for Arenzvlllfe Football Meredosla Chalk up another wm Semor plctures taken Football Bluffs We got beat lxathleen ends football season w1th a bang tfalls downl F H A Slumber party Halloween dance Semor class play Papa Says NIO' Veterans Day No school Basketball East Plke Poor start good endmg twe hopel Basketball Chandlervllle Lost by one polnt End of 2nd s1x weeks tCertam people studymg hard for one dayl Basketball Astor1a Lost agam Thanksglvmg vacat1on Basketball Mt Sterllng Guess we just aren't l1v1ng rlght Basketball Chapm Sure LS fun to wm' Band and vocal concert Basketball Roodhouse Won another one Basketball Pleasant Platns We won Vhstletoe brlngs good luck to the sen1or g1rls Jumors get class rmgs Basketball Ashland Wlnmng streak IS mterrupted Semor homemaklng glrls glve supper for semor class and faculty Boys take Alka Seltzer Coach has narrow escape under the m1stletoe Wxb treats semor g1rls to a coke after the party Basketball Pleasant H111 We lost Chrlstmas vacat1on Basketball Southeastern We started the new year off rlght Basketball Waverly Our luck st1ll holds Semor glrls Wm volleyball tournament Bob Allen and Jlm Nlckel begln studylng Semester exams Jan 13 Basketball Gr1ggsv1lle We lost Susxe S wlns Betty Crocker award Wmchester tournament We lost to Greenfleld The 'Gay '90's are back wlth hats and necktxes Basketball Bluffs We won Basketball I S D We lost P M B C tournament I S D IS our downfall Senlor carmval Queen Luc1lle relgns Carmval clean up Say this IS more work than we thoug Basketball Meredos1a We're tn the w1n column once more Basketball Perry So far so good Basketball Routt Oops' F H A round and square dance Basketball Vlrglnxa Lost another one Basketball Petersburg We won Basketball Wh1te Hall We won End of 4th sxx weeks Reglonal tournament at Nlt Sterlmg We lost to Rushvllle Easter Vespers Nlorgan County Inst1tute Gee' Can we ever use that t1me off' Nluslc contest Easter vacatlon End of oth s1x weeks Jumor class play You Can't K1ss Car ohne Waverly muslc festlval P XI B C track and fleld meet Cass County track and f1eld meet Senlors go to Clmcago D1str1ct track and fleld meet Jumor and semor prom Fmal exams tglad We're semorsl Hlgh school commencement exerclses We made It Aug, 29 ' " . . 5 ' --U . 22 -- , ' . . 29 -- . 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' . 12 ' ' ' . 19 ' ' , 23,24 ' ' . ah! 1 -'W' BOB HANI THF ms DHIVI RS it WW 'Q mm CHARLP S GRA Q4 7 53 vw--...., ADAM PEET5 C FORC L 'NTANIKP Ii MARVEL LOVEKA MP IIQNIOH PLA Y CAST GIRL 'PHY ICAI. EDUCATIO FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES SL TWO SENIORS Catch many fhes 'P THE WINNING SENIORS JUNIORS 81 ONE SENIOR Next year s champs'P CAR IVAL SCENES "Good Sports" . X ' FIR 'I' GRADE ROW ONE C Dawson B Floyd M Mlddendorf A Lawson T Burrus A Clark D St1C9 J Hendr1cker J Ruppel C Kruse ROW TWO M Schroeder R Logan T Beard M Stmson S Davxs R Anderson J Fanmng B Hull ROW THREE S Alexander C Paul C V1ncent T SECD D GRADE ROW ONE J Morrlson T Bentley L Cox S Clark R Saylor R Ham T Paul A Thomas K Bentley ROW TWO R Martm J Paul S Meyer D Vmcent J Manker R Stlce D Dufelme1er ROW THREE R Dawson G. Beard R Emerlck L Hurst S Stock K Stock Mrs Brasell : . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , . , . . : . 9 4 1 1 1 c . , 1 A , a J a ' , . . : . , . , . ' , . Bischoff, R. Manker, J. Ater, R. Bartelheirn, L. Busen, G. Ginder, Miss ' : . ' , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 2 . ' , . . . . . ' , . , . ' , . ' . 2 . , 3 l ' , 0 1 a , u I ' ' y y y 'rman mmm ROW ONE J Stock C Dawson S Grant T Tend1ck N Talkeme1er H Coats K Plunkett J Coats T Schnltker ROW TWO G Hend rxcker G Blum C Hansme1er D Mason K Dav1s M Beets B Sch roeder B Ater Mrs Hobrock ROW THREE D Tendlck M Beard D Logan S Martm R Busen I.. Hurst S F1scher S Plunkett NOT PRESENT C Bxschoff F R1ce ROW ONE H Dawson B Anderson R Bentley M Floyd B Smlth Carls J Stlce R Bentley L Blum ROW TWO Mrs Hansme1er Mornson J Peck K Beard I.. Franke M Davxs K Talkemeyer Manker B Burrus N Stmson ROW THREE B Bottons D Clark Schone C Lovekamp R Bartelhenn R Gmder S Saylor M Martm T Bowser B Alexander P Stock F0 HTH and FIFTH GRADE C C or FIFTH and IXTH GRADES ROW ONE J Dawson B McL1n F Dober D Schone J Coats C Ethmdge E Brasell B Burrus B Paul R Allen ROW TWO E Schroeder lf Ater P Wessler D Alexander B Beets B Manker A Dober C Dav1s M Paul F Klemschrmdt C St1ltz ROW THREE J Flchel J Taylor J Bentley C Emer1ck M Meyer E Anderson E Bentley C Clark K Busen J Abernathy R Stock Mrs Aufden ROW ONE B McL1n D Anderson D Ernerlck B Talkeme1er J Mr Heltbrlnk L Dawson D Cox L I-ranke E Hackman P Rohm son B Bartelhelm R Kershaw P Logan K Hansmeler E Carls Mrs Hxerrnan ROW THREE T Noble V Ethrxdge B Clark C Musch T Huey E Cox R Klemschrmdt C Ater S Hansmeler R Erner1ck W Mason ROW POUR M Beets D Clark M Lovekamp L Wood B Burrus S Stxltz R. Ernemck J Dahman A Alexander E Braslll J Hackman : . 1 - ' 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 ' ' , . , . , . , . . : . , . , - , - , - 1 v 1 . , . , . , . 1 - - 5 . . , . , . , - J 1 1 1 1 . 1 e 1 v 1 I 1 I 1 ' ' , , . . . . . . . , . 1 , . , . , . Hall, A. Ernerick, M. Abernathy, R. Lawson, J. Nelson. ROW TWO: . . . , . , - V , . Q , . , . ' ' , - , - . - . . . - , . . 1 . I , . , . , '. , . V' ', . , 0 , - , . , . ' 1 1 . , . . . . , . , . ' i ' I ' J I l I l I N GRADE SCHO0L BA KETBAIJ. ROW ONE Cheerleaders A Alexander L Wood E Brasell ROW TWO Manager A Emer1ck K Hansme1er E Cox T Huey C Musch R Kle1nschm1dt M Abernathy Manager J Hall ROW THREE J Nelson J Hackman D Ememck R Kershaw E Hackman M Beets B Clark W Mason R Emenck GRADE BASKETBALL RECORD Arenzv111e A.renzv11le Arenzvxlle Arenzv1l1e Arenzv1lle Arenzv1lle Arenzv111e Arenzv11le Arenzv111e Arenzv1lle Arenzvllle Arenzville Arenzville Arenzville Arenzville 3 6 V1rg1n1a Beardstown Chapm Bluffs Versailles Trmxty Lutheran Our Sav1ors V1rg1n1a Murrayv111e Versa111es Our Sav1or Beardstown Trinity Lutheran Petersburg Perry X X W' N X Q rm E 299 3 ' if 21 2? X ,f A 'X ,..f-AL? -' . I A33-'L?i' u1E3i: COMMUNl'I'Y REl.A'I'l0NS FUND JACK 0 VILLE B 81 M Floor Coverlng Co Henry s Jewelry Store Mlller Palnt 81. Paper Co Khne s Department Store Caldwell Engmeerlng C o Kl1h8.1'l'1 s Hopper Shoe Store LaCrosse Lumber Co Flowers by R1eman Duncan 8m Vernor Jewelers Jacksonv1lle Sprlngfleld Trans Irwm s Casler 8: Stapleton The Convalescent Homes Joseph L Heml Company Bomke Hardware C0 Dav1s Off1C6 Supphes Rambo Palnt 8: Paper Co C I Sears Roebuck 8: Co. VHAE RAGE ER FARMER GRAI Dealer 1n GRAIN SOYBEANS COAL MASTER MIX FEEDS 8: CONCENTRATES CUSTOM GRINDING and MIXING Elevators atArenzv111e 8: Hagener WESALER RRO. GARAGE CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICES TIRES OIL TUBES E GREASE We repalr all makes of cars and trucks Phone 99 Arenzvllle 111111015 C0. Phone 79 Arenzville -- 6726 Hagener 'T Servmg Th1s Commumty Slnce 1882 THE FIR 'I' ATIO ALBA K Member Federal Depos1t Insurance Corporatwn Arenzvllle I1llI1O1S O9 000 Q-QUE! WSU 'M MEM 569' Comp11ments of THE DUNLAP H0'I'El. Jacksonvllle I111no1s Where Frlends Meet Telephone CHestnut 5 7121 " ' xxx x ,f I 3 V.1v" Best W1 shes from MURRAY STUDIR 15 West Slde Square Jacksonvllle, I111no1s Comphments of ZULAUF MARKET Grocemes and Meats Complete Llne of Frozen Foods Complete Locker Servlce Phone 39 Arenzv111e 111111015 Everything Photographi c H. F. LOXLEY Be ardstown, Illinois V Caterpiller Tractors for Agricultural Improvement Phone 13 7 Compliments CHRIS HOERR gl SON CO Ed Kloker BEARDSTOWN LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Leave Orders at Roland Beard s Truck Calls Every Tues and Fri Be ardstown Illinois CASS IMPLEMENT CO A F Wubker 81 Sons Phone 586 Beardstown Illinois Alhs Chalmers New Idea Morton Seed Best Wishe s To The Senior Class of TOM R CHARLES D D S W D PENCE D DS of Arenzville High School CRAPI STATE RA K Always at your servxce Member of the Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon Chapm i N II11no1s gg ooo lflllhl .'::.::r. j REARD IMPLEMET CDMPA Y ALLIS CHALMLRS Sn NEW IDEA FARM EQUIPMENT Phone 1 12 Arenzv111e I111no1s BEARD FEED and HARDWARE TDRE Wayne 81 Faultless Feeds Sem1 Solld Buttermllk V C F8I't111Z6I' Ruhms Rock Phosphate Sm1d1ey Hog Feeders DeKalb Seed Corn Seeds Lucas Pamt Keen Kutter Hardware Phone Arenzvllle Ilhnols COMPLIME NTS OF DNKEN RRO' and MEYER GE NERAI.. ME RCHANDISE Phone 96 I11 i Arenzviue mo S - A 9 j x? ri' A Q f ' N5- X I , v, 'sf , MEMBER - 1 28 ' , A ' Comphments of Harold Wessler Manager 330 East State St J acksonvllle Ill Our work 1S done for those who love and who remember mem WESSIER ELECTRIC IIIIP Philco TV PHILCO Meyers Hoover Duo Therm Vane Calvert Co1or1zer Pa.1nts Arenzv111e Iumols WALKER FURNITURE C0 I C Furxuture Floor Covermgs Norge Apphances Jacksonv111e Ilhnois Comphme nts JACIISRNVIIIE IIRNIIIIENT COIIPA Y.I C IQ O ' I 1 ' ' of Insure Your Future With A C HART GET INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Are nz v11le 111111018 PECK S STA DARD SERVICE ATLAS TIRES TUBES BATTERIES g? A vnu MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM smuonnn, W X Ml 'il Phone 45 AI'9IlZV1116 11113015 SCHNITKER TRUCK Ll ES And Serv1ce Statlon Dealer m Darling Fertlhzers Phone 94 Arenzv1l.Ie U-1111015 H E ATEMEYER and S0 Dealers Furmture Hardware Heat1ng Sheet Metal Work A renzvllle II11nO1s T? 0 0 Q A . X CANDY - POP - TOBACCO xx E Au 5 I xxx .U 9751 9 - . . l D , ' , I Compliments of AIIII-IYE T IIRUER BUYERS Chapm 8 Phone Jacksonv111e 575 RURRUS QUALITY HYBRID Phone 2 2 7 0 Arenzv111e I111no1s Comphrnents of DELTA TA II MANUFACTURING C0 I Beardstown GEBHART STORES INC 42 N S1de Square Jacksonville Illmols Everything for your car Phone Ch 5 2816 Comphments of HIERMAN S CAFE Arenzv111e I111no1s I O I Illinois . . , J JONES REXALL DRUGS Prescriptlons Accurately F111ed G Jones R Ph A D Jones R Beardstown I11ino1s HULTS ELECTRIC Stromberg Carlson Television Frigidaire Apphances Phone 1413 Beardstown I111no1s FHIGIIIAIBE Comphments LACROSSE LUMBER Jacksonville Ilhnois Comphme nt s Be ardstown I1l1no1s 'Phillips Comphments SHANNON SERVICE STATION Arenzvllle Ilhnois Phone 8620 A L WEEKS General Insurance A.renzv1l1e 111111015 Comgratulatlons to the Arenzvxlle Seniors THE ILLINOIAN STAR Only Da.11y Newspaper 111 Cass Brown Schuyler C0llI1t18S pubhshed at Beardstown 111111015 Reach for Sunbeam Bread 1n the Cellophane Wrapper PURITY BAKING COMPANY J acksonv111e IJJ.1no1s G. . , . . . . , . Ph. ' of ' CO. of CASSWOOD INDUSTRIES DIC. of MANKER BROS GARA General Repalring Q-R Phone 12 6 N ,dill ' Q L A renzv111e I111no1s l M IH!! I MODERN AUTO SALES Chrysler and Plymouth Sales and Service Beardstown 111111015 Phone 14 MC LAIN S Nat1on W1de Store am Chas Ju11a Sv. B111y MCL Grocemes Meats Fru1ts Vegetables Frozen Foods Arenzv11le I111no1s NMI. Comphxnents of BEARDSTOWN DAIRY ROSZELL S Sealtest Phone 52 DAVIS FLOWER SHOP Glenn A and Lena Dav1s Props 112 E 4th St Beardstown I111no1s The Best In Flowers For A11 Occasions Comphme nt s of MC HALEY 81 BARNETT S GARAGE Beardstown I111no1s BEARDSTOWN LUMBER COMPANY 15th and Bay Streets Beardstown, I111no1s 149 Phone 159 The Yard of Fr1end1y Servlce Comphments of J. F. THYEN JEWELRY AND DRUG SUNDRIES Phone 69 Arenzville, Illinois - Q J . ., V 5 if . -- AU-1 V ' R ,, , f Milk 1 Congratulations Seniors TREMAINE BROS. FLOWERS Beardstown. Illinois Brady L. Tremajne, Prop. 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Main Beardstown, Illinois Compliments KROGER COMPANY Beardstown Illinois Lloyd Miller Manager Compliments ARROW RESTAURANT Beardstown Illinois Compliments FRANK M MYER Jeweler HUEY LUMBER COMPANY 106 State Beardstown Arenzville Illinois Phone 703W Compliments of HARRE AUTO PARTS Best Wishes The Senior Class of Arenzville From Your State Representative Beardstown Illinois of of of to Beardstown, Illinois C. R. QBUTCHJ RATCLIFFE LOVEKAMP GREENHOUSE 1110 W Walnut Jacksonvllle Ill1no1s Flower plants for gardens Mu-:ed potted plants ELLIOTT STATE BANK Jacksonv1lle Ill1no1s Member F D I C MIDDENDORF BROS AUCTIOHGGFS Jacksonv1lle Ill1no1s Phone 112 Alv1n Elmer Phone Phone 2010 Compllments PRAIRIE FARMS Jacksonvllle 111111015 Compllments of CRAWFORD JEWELERS 302 E State St Jacksonvllle Ill1no1s Across from Post Off1C6 1" num? ne W T The New Symbol of Quahty MORGAN COUNTY SERVICE CO Comphments of DR CHARLES AND DR NIEMANN Beardstown Ill1no1s Phone 220 RC ADAM BEETS Rock Gravel Lunestone and General Hauhng A TV Phone 107 Arenzv1l1e Ill1no1s ' of 27 . 1 . . !l.KUi-MAX!! Y ' . . l Iv 71' F J ANDREWS LUMBER CO Long on Servlce Jacksonville I111r101S Comphments of CULLY IMPLEMENT CO Jacksonv111e I1lino1s 'Pg Comphments COCA COLA an ELM CITY BEVERAGES Jacksonv111e Ilhnois I H MARY 81 ED S MARKET 134 W Walnut Jacksonv111e I111no1s Fresh FPUITS and Vegetables Pottery and Artware Comphments of KLUMP OIL. CO Jacksonv111e I1l1no1s Comphments PURITY CLEANERS Otto Sm1th Salesman Cr1tHane11ne Prop Jacksonv111e 111111015 DON AND VIC'S SPORT CENTER 206 East State Street Jacksonv111e, Ilhnoxs Phone Ch. 3 1129 LANE'S BOOKSTORE School 61. Off1ce Supphes Athlet1c Goods Hallmark Greetmg Cards Jacksonv111e, I11 lltfgi- l . 3'-.'.gln",, .A :qw -, L4 I - -:DI 1:1 1, . . of d I il V4 . 50.i,JrJ1 'll' X , of HUSS' Men's St Boys' Clothing Beardstown State and Second Compliments of PETEFISH, SKILES St CO. 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