Arthur Township High School - Arthurite Yearbook (Arthur, IL)

 - Class of 1949

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H LAY I H, A L , 1 .f . . ,. .. .f ., V .N , .W 5. l .V 5, Ufw.. .TJT .I. . . , ..i,., . 4. - ,l .pm 3, ,Www ff .. . ,Y x. .. .- ,'. 1, X, ,A ,- HJ NA Q4 v A FY Our Board of Educationn-D. G. Watkins, president, Clyde Beals, secretary, L. Phillips, Glen lurgens l-larcld lalendricliscn, Lonnie Watkins, Wilbur Sea- :Hanfhas had a tremendously active year. When these meh tcck office luly l, l948, they were faced with the task cf adjusting school operations as they had existed tc the new cornmunity unit system. By August 23, l9-48, the high school and the grade school in Arthur as well as fourteen outlying schools were ready for the year. New bus routes were set upg a hot lunch program was begun, the new farrn mechanics and industrial arts room was completed, the seventh and eighth grades were moved to the high school building to acccrrirnodate the increased enrollment in the grade school. These are a few of the accomplishments of these men. We are proud of them. We feel that they reflect the progressive spirit of our community. Row l: Glen lurgens, H, L. Phillips, Lcnnie Watkins How 2: 'Wilbur Searrian, D. G. Watkins, Clyde Beals, Harold I-lendricksc :-I.,. ' fi. .' 'W'-B W - ... A "Q .." -.fr V , X t I -A 1,9 115 1 t, ff O. H. MCKNELLY Superintendent C. C. NEVILLE A 5 t. Supenntendent rn... i 3 . 315,551 Aaelii ...A 1 ,!r..f-., Q by 9x9x+ ff 5: xr-'N " 3 ' C .9 X5 QA' P + 2 , G o'+5L:'QJ N F X f I X K .Q-4-f I Nancy Whitlock Sccial Science Marion Menk "ical Music, Ph'ys1ca. Education Delores Thomas Horne Economics Catherine Iohnson English, Speech, Latin Fern Kids Eighth Grade Arlene Woods Seventh Grade Icrrnes Shaw Science, Coaching, Physical Education Herbert Mulkey lndustrial Arts, Coaching, Physical Education Willis Smith Band Maurice Thomas Agriculture, Cheznistr' fi? fin. Q ?'5x Fig... I 55- 'fi Six 1 Claude Neville ' L ,V 4. - lf-3't..e,..3,.cs I ack Monts CC:i.::.efCe Dorothy McKnel1y Uni Secretary' Delores Emst High Scicil Secreizrr' Grant Binegar Custcdicm Merle Moses Asst Custodicm, Bus Driver Icxmes F. Eads Bus Driver Charles Binegcxr Bus Driver Bucky Dyer Bus Driver T i Q kd! L, S N S Anglln Carl Ashley. Mary Rita T ansfer Student frcrn P. H A. 1 o Latin Club 4 Dear Diary: Graduation is almost herel Nearly four years have passed! So much has happened since we walked into this school as 'green Freshiesf' Remember all the initiations we went through? We had our Round-up, but it wasn't as mild then as it is today. We vowed vengeance if we ever had an opportunity! Then we became Sophomoresl Oh myl What a thrill it was to have someone to lord it over. VVe had been the underdogs for so long, it seemed. Our hay ride, made unforgetable by mud and rain, did not seem to bode much success for us, but we made it to Pankey's woods and back. With "Great Ceasar's Ghost," we marked a turning point in the tide of our affairs. Not only were we half way through our academic journey, but we began to enjoy and enter into school activities to a greater extent. Having the prize winning homecoming float, 'The '49er," and sponsoring a highly success- ful banquet and prom climaxed this memorable year. Seniors! This was what we had been waiting for. There wasnt too much time to think of this, however. Stunt Night, decorating the gym for the last time, l'Let's Snow Sullivan," selling ads, subscriptions, cokes, candy, and turkey raffle tickets--just to mention a few of our activities. No wonder we're tiredl It's a lazy, contented sort of feeling to stop and review the past, though. Won- der what the future holds for us? Guess wed better be thankful for the memories and leave the prophecies for the oracles. G AA. l,2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Arthurite 4 Class President 2 Dramatics Club 2 Chorus 4 funicr Class Play 3 Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 QW Bathe Donald a u Sulli J Votb 13 4 TracA3 4 Bradford Barbara KTreasurerl Comm rce Club 3 4 A ndl 2 3 A A Chorus 4 junio Class riay Pep Club 3 Dramatics Club Arthurite 4 Clieer L ader l 2 3 Dean Billy Class P.ecident l Pep Club 3 Commerce Cub 4 Dramatics Club 2 Arthurite 4 Dearnbarger, Vernon F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Football l, 2, 3 Chorus 4 Track 2 Blower Loulse Que Candi ate A pC"'1l"' Ci b 2 C o u a e P Drawia 1C C ub Z Li 1 A Conlm Alfred Football 4 Ba lc fball l Crfrmerce Club 4 A Dean Donald CPresider1t F all l 2, Basketball l 2 3, T ack l, 2, 3 4 luriior Cla" Play' Dramatics Club 2 Arthurite 4 Commerce Club 2, 4 Candidate for Kina 3 Dicks, Darrell Football l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Commerce Club 4 Class Secretary 51 Treasurer l Track l, 2, 3, 4 lunior Class Play Arthurite 4 Dramatics Club 2 Homecoming King 4 Dippo, lean CSeCret3'ryJ M.. , . . , I 5 F1 11 1 L J 4 Czrrierze Club Z Q:-ee: Czxczidate Y.r,1:r C.:-5 Play' Pe: Club C ' 'QW-NU-. f"'..g dub., .-. CM., f',,,. . .IQ,'Qf',f F H-A --- '7 J Grant, Percy Ccrxrxerce Club 4 Fleming, Wayne 4 1' 'S ' ' . . 1-. . be-Vey-C C- ...... -.-Q EM . ,, . AJ M.- x.,.,A., . Green, Betty CVice-Presicleml F H.A.1,2,3,4 Ccririerce Club 2 3 Pep Club 3 Drzriatics Club G A l .A AA,..,,, .Y . .,llu.1,e 4 Huffman, Lyle King' WaYne E-Ocfbau I 2, 3 4 Basketball l, 4 F- IT- A 12 2' 4 l'-COIbGll 2 C Club 3 4 Class Secrelory 3 ' Chorus 4 ,-W-rec,-f-D Korte, Wilma F H A I A, 3, 4 . . G A ALA jL Kroll, WIHICIITX Drcfijlief Club 2 'F F A 1 2 K5 PSE CAI 3 :xii 3 4 ,. :Crue 4 AWN' L..,.A, L ,Y ,,A,AA W-, C cww-me Nb A ArtE:1gr1 4 C., Lb iz 6 S Lacey Veme Lacy Meml o ball 1 sa b ax3 Gi C"1"1 b Lowe Norman Football l 3 4 etball l 3 Co'n"1e e Club 3 4 Traclc 3 4 Iumor Cla Plaf McKnelly Robert Transfer Student f.orrz Aller on Barlcetball Track 3, 4 Fao.ball 3, aes resident 3 Corirnerce Club 4 Iunior Claes Play Band 3, 4 Latin Club 4 Arthurite 4 Parrott, Madonna F, H. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Peo Club 3 luriior Class Play Drarxatics Club 2 Commerce Club 2, 3, G. A. A. 4 Chorus 4 Artnurtie 4 Mast Edna Latm C ub 2 3 Pankey Kenneth .P. A. , , Com.ne'ce Cub '7 3 Pep Club 3 Basketball 3 Track 3 Riggs, Loretta PHA. l,2, 3,4 Commerce C.ub 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Chorus 4 Class Treasurer 2 Dramatlcs Club 2 Band l, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A, l Arthurite 4 Romano, Betty White Drurr. Maier 1, 2, 3 Band l, 2, 3 F. 1-1. A. 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Dramaxics Club 2 Iunior Class Play Queen Candidate 3 Schultz, I ucmita F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Chorus 4 Class Vice-president 1 Dramatics Club 2 Arthurite 4 Vaughn, Elaine Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 17, H. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Band l, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Dramatics Club 2 Chorus 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Queen Candidale 4 Artburite 4 Majorette l, 2, 3 Druri Major 4 Wise, Phyllis Latin Club 2, 3 , G A.A.1,2,3,4 F.H.A.1,2,3,4 Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Arthurrte 4 lunior Class Play Drarztatics Club 2 Class Vice-presided 3 hw- 1 4 Schlabach, Leland Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 3NN. a..a1,2 3,4 Fl-A1 1 . . Chorus 4 Sexton,, Mac Commerce Club 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Barlcl l, 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. l, 2 Arlhurite 4 Williamson, Lucille Majorette 2, 3, 4 G, A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. l'l. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Arthurite 4 lunior Class Play Yutzy, Marie Fuud ., 2, 3, 4 1 C ef-rw: 4 1 Blaudow, Francis Blower. lewel Blucker, Iohn Conlin, David Dippo, Ioan Dulceman, Buddy fVice-presidentl Dukeman, Iohnnie Fifer, Delores Fults, Ronnie CPre-sidentl Greene, Roger Honn, Billy CTISCISUYGID Key, Donald Kroll, Marjorie Mattox, Iack Mentzer, Dale Molzen, Phyllis Phillips, Charlotte Phillips, lanice Phipps, Floella Price, Iean Rich, Mildred Riggs, Myron Russell, Barbara Russell, Doris ff-L 'fe-Y JM-KK, -Q...- WW Nu' "R, 'R if -nfl 'K' I .....-1. ,fa-s Q. '!T"v 17 Nu-.f E' QV' Q-fa... 1 ft- l 'ts V, 4 ' :.. - -y' ,HA is,-4 X- 7 if -5 111'-"-35 fr. 'T WM., Anglin Virginia Beals. Arm KSecretary- treasurerl Blouse, Raymond Cox, Sylvia Schultz. Arnold Shull. Ruth Snyder. Wilma Stone, Hugh VonLanken, Richard KSecretaryJ Watson, Delores Dean, Iune Dixon, Ioan Grcmt, Marshall Hendrickson, Dean CPresidentl Huber, Sammy Knight, Maynard Lowder, Charles Lowder, Robert Lowe, Ioyce Mast, Clara Molzen, Barbara Odum, Ruth Arm fVice-presidentl Oye, Duane Oye, Wayne Parrott, Eugene Pugsley, Iohn Reeves, Myra Rose Riggs, Evelyn Russell, Evelyn Scott, Wanda Taylor, Kay Trower, Bob Yutzy, Dick Yutzy, Reuben Shaw, Shirley Stone, Charles VonLanken, Barbara Watkins, Craig Webb, Nettie Wilhelm, Charles Wilhelm, Merle Woods, Shirley 'RT' 'Q'-' M ff fix 4... H., 93. ,, X 2 Anglin, Bussy Arganbright, Ruth Ann Aschermann, Lawrence ' vw- Y Combs, Conlin, Conlin, Conlin, Carol Ann - Iackie ,,, , Kenneth E K l Peter fi' Yutzy, Viola 'fi . 'diy -N .ff al-4 115' 4'-. "N 4,4-an-' 5-dn ,eo 1 4. y , y , 433 J 4 ' -' , 24, : v -'- 2 V! , h 1 I . .. QM- y :Q V gli Q . 1-11" , , ' ,e:f,,Ae S'-"J f ,-:gf , mf ff' 1 Qi. W-V A ' Q. I -vig i x , pf . , , 1-4-cyf' ,,, in 'Orb t nam if' ' f , , . f Nu., adlnv' 1,- "M , ff X ,ff 1' We?- f 2 f 1-V w 2 - , . f A , 4, f My HZVA ,. Hr- ' 2 V Q IIQ. 1 '-W 'X . .W QWM Q-Z-yn , 3 , of in 3, . ,, 'xt X M , 1 9 ,. ., -'11 5 41 'GV tv' fi' 3 WW if 10" f vm in-or if A Craig. Sue Day, Rodney Dyer, Willie B. Fair, Eddie Gaffney, Duane Gaffney, Iim Gibson. Io-Ellen Gray, Fred Helton, Gerald Helton, Harold Ient, Virginia Keplar. Beverly Krummel, Alice lane Lowe, Virginia McDonald, Neil Phillips. Geretta Schlabach, LeRoy Seaman, Charles Smith, Eddie Turner, Bobby VonLanken, Betty Watkins, Ianet Watkins, Kenneth Williamson, Freda vi '5 wma is X G x i af Q X Although Arthur was on the wrong end of the score in rnost ot our games the boys stayed in there and gave the opponents a real battle. Measured in points, the Knights did not win a game, but in experience this season was a great success. The Knights tied one game with the powerful Divernon eleven. lt was a real thriller. There are several promising prospects who will be able to show their talents for Coach Shaw next year. SCHEDULE Sept. lU Arthur 9 Bethany 19 Sept, l7 Arthur U Arcola 47 Sept. 24 Newman l9 Arthur U Oct. 7 Atwood 32 Arthur O Oct. l5 Divernon 13 Arthur l3 Oct. 22 Sullivan 38 Arthur O Oct. 29 Arthur 13 Tuscola 59 Nov. 5 Arthur 7 Oakland 46 Row 1: Maynard Knight, Norman Lowe, Stuart Traxler, Lyle Huffman, Donald Dean, Donald Bathe, Robert McKrielly, Al Conlin, Leonard Wilhelm. Row 2: Mr. Mulkey, Dick Robinson, Hugh Stone, Arnold Schultz, Merril Lacy, Darrell Dicks, Horace Romine, Ronald Fultz, Ray Rich, Billy Honn, Mr. Shaw. Row 3: Robert Trower, Eugene Parrott, Dick Yutzy, Wayne Oye, Dean Hen- drickson, Reuben Yutzy, Duane Oye, Marshall Grant, Charles Lowder. 5 L 55 1 Krssmg the groundl Donald Bathe auard senior weight 215 lbs heiaht 6 1 Darrell Dlcks quarterback senior weight 150 los height 5 9 Donald Dean fullback senior weight 100 lbs height 6 0 Lyle Huffman right tackle senior Werght 180 lb height 5 ll Norman Lowe right end senior we1ght 155 lbs height 5 ll 2 Brmgmg home the bacon' 3 Pushlng the boy around' Robert McKnelly center and fullback senior weight 170 los height 5 ll Horace Romme right guard Junior weight 140 lbs height 5 0 Dick Roblnson center and guard Junior weight 155 lbs height 5 7 Ray Rlch left tackle funior weight 165 lbs height 5 10 Leonard W1lhelm left tackle and left end 1un1or weight 160 Ronnle Fults right half sophomore weight 138 lbs height 5 6 Amold Schultz quarterback sophomore weight 120 lbs her Hugh Stone left half sophomore Weight 122 los. height 5 8 Marshall Grant left half freshman weight 115 lbs. height 53 Dean Hendrickson freshman weight 115 lbs, height 5131 lbs height 6 0 g 1 5 5 Maynard Knight left end freshrnan, weight 140 los. height 59", Charles Lowder freshman, weight 135 lbs. height 56 . Wayne Oye freshman weight 102 lbs. height 5'3". Duane Oye freshrran Weight 102 lbs., height 5'3". Robert Trower, guard, freshman, weight 130 lbs., height 580 Richard Yutzy, right end, freshman, 'feight 117 lbs., height A Reuben Yutzy, center, freshman, weight 1-45 lbs., height 5'5" Q 7 an-ma ,unease ba-+543 My .rf M' ,1'5" 7 'rift r,w,,g x " .'-ua., :pdf 4. aw , f-- YW-F :f ff' ' f 1 2' 22 ,gv ,u.fvf:Q,E ' ,- .J ' ' 4 ,. ' . -f'Ag I EL' f Q 'JS -1 , Y- Wff5,f'g'?u 'f e f 4, 4 . KV ' r ' fi: I A Q f , ,.A , f x A .yu-A fi .wff H W r . p - .'V'vi iff Q ,F x K x X NN! Q ga P i, Hwy, , 1 0 , y .. , ,4 f I W 16 3 Y. 0 K ,A -I w 2 pf Hx XQ . 'giflfviih ,71 ,. gvzxfllg 'QA 'K . ,nl - iff' . D X' .7"'95?' L ,. 1 I N lima ff J . n .4 f ,K 36' 1 I ' .- Iv rf f, 'i Qi Despite the tact that our tirst tearn 2-.ron but six garnes this season, there some outstandlng playing done. Bob Mclinelly, a Senior, was the high point rnan. l-le played a good detensive garne and handled the ball like a veteran. Al Conlin, a Senior, used his height to advantage. Getting the re- bounds helped to make him second high in total points. Darrell Dicks, a Senior, L carne in for his share ot the scoring honors. l-le was outstanding for being cool- neaded and a leader on the floor. Merril Lacy, a Senior, was low on scoring but an excellent passer and feeder. These four Seniors will leave vacancies on the first five that will be hard fought for, Two luniors who showed definite ability were Don Yutzy and Dick Rob- inson. Don was slow getting started but hit his stride at guard, Dick was a good ball handler and worked well in zone defense. Others who let us know they were worth watching were Sophomores johnny Dukeman, lack Mattox, Billy l-lonn, Francis Blaudow, and Freshrrien Dick Yutzy and Maynard Knight. The Pages, our second tearn, with their l2 victories against 8 losses gave -4 promise of a good season next year. Row 1: Donald Yutzy, lohnny Dukernan, Robert Mclfnelly, Darrell Dicks, Al Conlzn, Dick Robinson, Merril Lacy, Billy l-lonri Row 2: Mr Mulkey, Francis Blauaow, Ray Rich, Maynard Knight, Wayne King, lack Matter: Dick Yutzy, David Conlin, Wayne Flerning, Mr Shaw Row 3: lohn Slacker, Marshall Grant, Robert Trower, Eugene Parrott, Wayne Oye Duane Oye 1 ' , - - A i 'N 0 w l ft Q N' AL - ' KJ A An 1. The outcome ? ? ? 2. Flying high! 3. Batting it down! 4. Going the wrong way ? ? ? Nov. -Arthur 51 Humboldt Nov. -Argenta 35 Arthur Dec. 3-Oakland 37 Arthur Dec. 4--Arthur 29 Sullivan Dec. 10-Arcola 30 Arthur Dec. 17-Arthur 41 Lovington Dec. 18-Arthur 44 Monticello lan. Bethany 42 Arthur lan. Arthur 40 Atwood lan. Bement 34 Arthur lan. 21-Arthur 41 Oakland lan. Sullivan 40 Arthur Feb. 1-Lovington 44 Arthur Feb. 4-Arthur 29 Arcola Feb. 5-Villa Grove 46 Arthur Feb. ll-Humboldt 38 Arthur Feb. 12-Arthur 34 Cerro Gordo Feb. 15-Arthur 44 Bethany Feb. 18+Atwood 41 Arthur Holiday Toumcnnent at Villa Grove lan. 1-Longview 52 Arthur Saclorus 50 Arthur Okaw Toumey at Atwood lan. 25WNewrnan 32 Arthur 24 30 27 53 34 39 55 33 31 54 42 27 40 31 36 66 41 51 43 44 43 25 Pep Squad in action. "Echo A"! And let's really yell it! Prima donnas in practice session strut- ting their stuff on the hardwood. It took plenty of this to put on those "at the half" performances. Leading the parade at homecoming! Smartly attired in new uniforms. the band lent a festive air to the caravan of floats. ' Millie Rich, Kay Taylor, Roberta Hen- drickson, and Barbara Bradford take time out to pose for the "birdie." Hold your breath! Hit the birdie! One ball too many! Up cmd at 'em. Jniier he ziiectcr. C5 Miss Mena zmgiggif Lili lil 'xgiffw ,ea ,aes pgulcipatgng gn 11.L:3r sport 'ls hed tCurnarz.ents in bcsebal sketball Calistheiics volleyball :tori Cirnrirlsed other cciivitiez le on G 6 9 Baseball Tourney Basketball Tourney Q5 'w J.. ,Cai .- L. 3 I, P 5 4:-R.. 5 Row 1: Row 2: This year the band seemed more lively and spirited than ever before. The reason waseour new uniforms, naturallyl At all home games, we took great pride in executing new formations and bolstering the morale of everyone. At basketball games, the Mat the half" shows were very entertaining. On October 23 we went to Charleston to participate in Eastern's Golden lubilee and Annual Homecoming Celebration. There were fifty high school bands from Central Illinois, but our band looked cnd marched better than anyone's, or so we thought. We played a Vesper Concert on November l4. Then on December 12, the band and chorus combined to give a Christmas Concert. Twenty members of the band played at the band clinic which was held at Bethany, Ianuary 23. Musicians from four other schools took part in this annual event. The band has grown in size and ability under Mr. Smith's leadership, music has become an important phase of our school life. Lucille Williamson, lean Dippo, Elaine Vaughn, Connie Hall, Alice lane Krumrnel, Carol Combs Bill Clemons, Freda Williamson, Hugh Dowell, Mary Burgess, Wanda Field, lohn Haney, Richard Von Lanken, Robert Haney, Mary Rita Ashley, Billy Honn, Dick Robinson, Robert Graham, Nancy Pugsley, Barbara Bradford, Doris Hansen, Roger Hoffman Row 3: Row 4: Mr. Smith, Francis Lacey, Larry McKnelly Roberta Hendrickson, Myra Rose Reeves, Ian- ice Phillips, Richard Baker, Robert McKnelly Betty Mattox, Doris Russell, lewel Blower, loan Dippo, Delores Watson, Dale Mentzer Neal McDonald, lohn Krummel, Arnold Schultz Charlotte Philli s Mac Sexton Leland Schla P I , ' bach, Billy Kroll, Loretta Riggs, loan Gaffney Evelyn Riggs, Harlin Turner '-'fe er.g2'.'ed 3 :ez-.' 3:t1'fgtj.' 'g 2 'fear Sgr- Mff i" 'ie egitl. QQXCTL 9222. dc'-.' trade ire . Lille 34 dei? :ld A S rig R the ezuiii 2' "gr rgelidizge 'fijei 'ffe 11 Czicert if jeteriber 12 f Ziijgicign 2--ti tzge bcid held 3' Czrzlxy pzfty, and went I: Chcrlestci tc hear 'E item' Ccrrriezi. Eezldes TEAQT, 21221 3 bays Sci-eine F. Maxi vw :cd it eitiuslcstif: iid Gif 'flffhffff Row 1: Ilyich: PZTTZY Init: SCf2'Q.fZ, LQCLHQ vvlfll :Qu Kirfff, Mary' Rita Ashley' Ruth Ann uirzurci, 33rb3.3 Br1'J':"i golf. Dia ,, Elili- I-'fdlj Sihhnnlffl' 15771 31122 VTAQUK 3'3ff'! 35263, I-CYETU R199-4 Row 3: Daisies Y-NCITECK, Ciara M351 !JClIT'I'f P ., f, F luxe Qejrg v'VQTl'if1 Scott Evelyn Row 2: Syivicz VCI-I hir. -Ji . .f1'j'I!T'l'fCIi Pegg: 395757 jingle, S.,1.'.iq Keds? 3371. LV, Lentnerrrwi P:'.'.1g.a Jugs Lcuxme Bic:-fef, 'ff' E'I'II'l,5"5Y. Flcfelfx PEXICCE' , 5 . ii W..Q.W. , W4 m 4 fa 4,4 f 1 1 '49 v My 4222? X fs L 1. Old Home Week! 2. Bingville General Store 3. Heaven was never like this! 4. F I"eudin', a:nd Fightin' On December 2, we had a real treat in the form of "Hillbilly Courtship," the lunior Class Play. It was hilariously funny. Luke Stilsby, a mountain boy, desired to court Emmy Peppin, but Ma Peppin wouldnt have it because of a family feud. Wash leddo, a nitwit, wrote to a marri- age bureau to find mates for Pa Stilsby and Ma Peppin, Louis Cat- turo and Bridget O'Flannigan came in answer to leddo's letter. A mad mix up resulted, but every- one found the right mate before the grand finale. Between acts Peggy Leather- man sang with an honest-to-good- ness hillbilly twang. Miss Whit- lock produced the show. Luke Stilsby ,,... Robert Graham Emmy Peppin ...... loan Gaffney Ma Peppin ....... Nancy Pugsley Pa Stilsby ,... ..,. H arlin Turner Lulu Triffit ....,.... Betty Mattox Seedie Triffit .Boberta Hendrickson Wash leddo .....,.. lohn Haney Sol Silvestri ..... lohn Krummel Louis Catturo ...,. Dick Robinson Bridget Olrlannigan ,..Doris Ann Hansen Reverend Boswell. Marvin Shaw KK' gi 1. Unhand her toul rascal! 2. The lcrdy's cz gypsy! 3. Three down and one to go! 4. Movie Show-ers! Our Second Annual Stunt Night Aroved to be niore fun than it was last year 'ffnere all the talent carne trori, li never know, but eighteen stunts f were entered. 'She laughed as he strapped ner to the buzz saw, but when tie turned tiie power on, she almost split," an original play representing the Latin Club, won tirst prize for groups, First prize tor individuals was won by Peggy Leathf erziian. Cther winning stunts Were: 'Niel- lerdrammerw by the Speech Class, 'Frankie and lohnny' by Phyllis Wise and l-larlin Turner. Vfe have had another new feature added to the curriculumespeechi Mem- bers of the class entered the lllinois High School Speech Contest, competing in dramatics, debate, and serious and comedy reading. lt has been unusual to be provided with occasional entertain- ment by the speech students and to hear conversation in the halls about such strange things as rebuttals, stage front, etc. For outstanding service to the schools of the whole unit, We are glad to mention here in the activities section our visual aids operators. These students -f Bob Trower, Wayne King, Richard Vonloanken, Arnold Schultzfhave shown timely, se- lected films that have made many school subiects more interesting and educational than ever before. DARRELL DICKS King KAY TAYLOR Queen DEAN HENDRICKSON Freshman Candidate ELAINE VAUGHN Senior Attendant 1 DICK ROBINSON Iunior Candidate PEGGY LEATI-IERMAN Iunior Attendant BII.LY HONN Sophomore Candidate DELORES PIPER Sophomore Attendant W' 6 'f W MQ. if ,,,,, 4 fr' ywffr we 4 2 ' ,izwfepffigzlffniff ,gg-Z " vim ,vw ,. 'rw " hi ' 4 'QL 1. Snowing Sullivan 2. Royal Pair 3. Surrey With a Fringe on Top 4. Stanley Steamer Our Ninth Annual Homecoming started at 3 P.M. on October 22 with a gigantic parade. Floats of all sizes and descriptions, representing the high school classes, clubs, grade school, alumni, and local organizations, delighted the throngs of onlookers that lined Main Street and gathered at the football field for the pep session. Our Senior float Won first prize, the funiors Won second, and the Freshmen placed third. Everything was perfect except that we came out on the wrong end of the score in our game with Sullivan. The weather was perfect, fohnny Cranford's orchestra smooth, the Coronation of the king and queen impressive. I f KJV HPI CTG w ere 'Co Q Q- u U eflw and 'IG ,rc wa r CI 'ICIUO GQ ir. Me OH CQ le abr A wc SL H Q UAA A Cha of Q omrc 5 I C A ICIUF we 1 W K-5 L C1 P me Qerici H2-'idwcxwn Pres dmv . re Q r 1 H 5 re f x e 'Q S I L1 f:.fAll'Qf Cgfggitef i' 1112 ?,.T',QfG Fcrggcrg 1' 1511497123 :1g3r1.i1'1T1:i :ir 1121.12 131.6 Qf'.fETPSf'Efi Li CQf',C',1f'LfC: ilffei- 1"'37i -C-3 'z 'fifiifiz fcfpii 11Qri5f1'.'12ffd i fiiiz Tlx? 1.5-1:-isi 'L '.ff:f1:e 'pzzr i::i1'.'1i1Q-5 1115 111113 1 fri :i1.1f'1i Iliff '1 11.11 'i'i'11Qif5'.'k':f-E111 11' ' Cwiwr- '1 lfsff if '1f'. :van nrt 111 zyfifi : In 111'-1f 1' TCM . ',11'11,11i1:i1,1 :nge 111' ,,., 11: fiiy jf : ' :t F, '-iff' fff ff-1 TQ" W. q' .','T 4715 'ffiwf 'rf The P3133 ii2:x.cf:111:5fer.--2 if A: 1 ici 4 zgfyie atpgiient- C were emclled in 1121116 eccnomics causes, Constructive . QIKCLIQS -I ggepcf F lsr tl1- :Vg 1Nz1:. 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ROV! -I How 2 ROBERTA HENDRICKSON Most Popular Girl DONALD DEAN Most Popular Boy BARBARA BRADFORD Best Girl Athlete DARRELL DICKS Best Boy Athlete IEAN DIPPO Best Looking Girl DONALD DEAN Best Looking Boy KAY TAYLOR Best Dressed Girl LEONARD WILHELM Best Dressed Boy STUART TRAXLER Wittiest Student BOB MCICNELLY Student Most Likely to Succeed 'nv' fx 1 FIM .WW frm I' K 'WTF at X X - "3 -'-4 Q 0 --7' I H1 .V I A -Ar , I, I - 3 .4 1 f i if !l- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 49 bag 1 Um .sucuss and happiness bf soure m accordance ullh the effort xou put orth to llfffllfl them The ufrx bf st o u :shea tlu wfurs thu! are be on sou bf full 0 happlnoss and fontontnwnt Wh Q46 I ww- all ff? Sig-Jil A I V l ,luis . 1 .1 , n R . to ouch and vvffry one of you uml may , - Q- f , - , f if Q f CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS' OIL EQLIPNIEN I' DIN ISION Truck 'I mk Tank fr ul: r Slor xg? T ulk Mllk Boch? BN ul Bodw Fl WER AL DIV ISION Complete Lune of Ca'-lwts Mr SP ll Burl ll Y lllh Prvflbuc nh el Hou 9 Progress Manufaoturlng Company Inc Arthur llllll0lS O Y Yr 7- ' 1 . 1 8 Y O ' 1 'S 1 1 S . . S '1 S Q . 1 . 1 . n-f - Q Q Y Q . -1 1 1 S . 1'1' SS O Q ' 1 A O x CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 49 Arthur Lumber Company Exclmsu 0 sum Reprosf mam 0. IIOTPOINT ELECTRIC APPLIANI ES I EINLRAL ELPCTRIC RADIOS AND IIELQRD PLAI ERS PITTSBURCII PLATE GI ASQ PAINT AIxD GI ASS IHOIIIAS MOULDING ASPHALT FLOOR TILP Fl INTLOTE co PLASTIC PAINT AAD I AIIINISH TYLAC w ALL PIIODI PTS ITNI1 ED STAT ES I XPSUM I0 PI ASTER SIIIILTROCL IIQLKLATII WEATHERWOIID KEASBI-X AAD IIATIISON ASBESTOS SIDIIW ASBESTUS WALLBO ARD IIUr1IC SASH AND Doon IIIILWORII BRI LI PIIEPINISIILII HARDY ooo FIOURINI I Ile I IIIIII on N1 ws HOIIIQ and Rllllillllllllp X ll fo ilu A III 8 J -A., T N 1 3 Q A I . . . for. . 1 11 Y w ' F A A . . LA I - 1. A, . A Jinx . N - L . I T I I I I v, . A . S .7 . . Y A AA L 1 A 0 4- LL A , Ir.. A I' L . " A L I , A A A LA I' I , L, A L A , 4 A A . 1, A F l'l 'L 1' h'l I i if 4 1 I 5 ' lx' IS 01 'S I' -.S 1' ,. I '41 5 TURNER SEED AND SUPPLY Your CASE Dealer Case Tracfors and lmplemenls Farm Seeds Farm Supplies BEALS OIL COMPANY PHONI' I6 XRTHI li Il LlNOIb 3? Besl' Wishes 'I'o 'lhe Class of 49 one Zlf ll ll 5 .' Nl A'l - lll' ' fl 1 , ' , , ATE! ' I SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY COMPANY Hlghesi' Cash Prices Paid for MILK AND CREAM PHUNE Z8 ARTHUR ILLINOIS McCORMICK Sales and Service INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS H L PHILLIPS A I III llllfllll'ICIIIIIOIUCQOOUCQIOCOIOUOOOll.OIOOUIQQI'QCII'QllffiillllIICIIIOQOIOICUO I I I 7 Ol0DIUIIICOUOOUOIOCOCQOIICIQQIIIl..l I O Q one 5 . rt nur. ' EADS Your Happy Hour Sl'ore Dry Goods Groceries Meals Food Lockers Phone 24 and 27 Xrthul Ilhnm CONFRATI LATIONS T0 THE CLA'-Q UF 49 Congraiulahons and Besl' Wishes 'I'o l'he Class of 49 QQQ5 DELBERT S CAFE lhmu 26 Alllllll llhnol 44 51 up Q - I C ' f' f '. ' 'S r ' ' ' w 1 I A J . 1 svn Clark J. Ezuls Charles S. Keeney Charles E. Oye . Q I I I x h . . l 1 I - A P .lf ARTHUR IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Deere Qualliy Farm Equlpmeni' ARTHUR GRAIN CDMPANY Gram, Feed. Seed, and CusI'om Grlndlng 0 L Welhenell C J ASCIlCPllldllll S L Wethelell ,I E Pate Arthm, IIIIIIOI'-I FIIIIIIIIIIIIPHIC CHURCHILL MANUFACTURING COMPANY I ILP QBURI' ILI IINUIQ Enuronment plms a Ivarlmg role UI erlucatmn LSE RUWIP ON I XII HINISH T ANN I I Xl SI' AII BUNDEX FLOOR Sl' ALI- R XIUI X IUTI' BLI-NNI V AX ALI ADIN SI II' PIII ISIIINI V AX Other lldIlIN IHUR1 IIIIL II.unIen.-une 'Ilaterlals COMPLIMENTS OF FRIEND I LLJ JL 1,4 u"I,i,L .4 o n 9 0 0 ' .............." .......... , ' . of 1, I. ' 1 - , ' . 4, .. U . . . ,.. . - f Q1 ' 'Q Ii. ff- - ,.- I .' IA ,TR . ,- -I I f .- ,, .'.'C,'--- If fl Sales Ileprc-senlalive II. AI. CUIIBETT. .ArlImr. Illinois ..........'....'.......'l..'.......'..'.l.'.....U.'.'.......'...... I I W ' . . Q A 1 I N' . JL, 3' ,' , , 'A A 6- .X I V-,, ....f....."l..l...'........l'............vJ........".... 5 ..l............. Complimenfs SMOOTH TRAVELING ON COCA COLA BOTTLING CCMPANY SUNSHINE Sfore and Haichery WJSIIP I Ped Field S9911 Sc ml Promo 0l s P um 5111113119 We llllgllljll 0 Xpph mu CARTER ODI WI WIAN ACER Ph ne 18 Arthur lllmu THE ROAD AHEAD 0 -fn -I- S' CD cw r- Lv CD CID Q '11 -+I No Aywg I' If Z P :I -4 I I'l'l P -I I11 :U TURNER S CAFE AND TAVERN Bc t W 1 he 'ind Good Lllllx to the Clan Of 1949 Phone l at fi 'N .Y 'LE I I O O I O O I C I I I O U I O C . ' ' ' , ' s - .O s - - . 2 I I 1 . 55 .C i I . S . I I 'S S : Z ' .' 's 's s . ' ' . ,- . .... Q a 1 0 , . is 4 Olfll Gi 53 P7 VAUGHN Radlo 81 Electric Shop e seruce ezervthmg ue sc II Blu Wnth Confidence FRIGIDAIRE M AXTAC PHILCO YOI fNf STOWN 8. GENEW A KITCHENS Phone 313 Arthur Ill FOINCRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 49 HARRY 81 JO WARE 44 D Dawson s Apparel Shop Arthur Illlll0lS The An wel To Ewerw Curl Wdrdlohe Problem ASCHERMANN MOTOR COMPANY Yom Fold Dealer Efwg Phone 2 1 4 Arthur, Illinois I o O : 0 O I O O C o I uw' . ,' , ' . ., 'S' : , U . C 2 - -, . , L . . O I O v O f I . . . O Q , , , , , - 9, o . 3 9 , . I O . . . , v . , y ' I 2 , : -..,4E...- . . . . . O I O O T , 9 A Y . . X ,"E S- C, 5 54 Our Qnuerest Good W1 hes .., .hp R M THOMAS FLKQS OF 49 Flemlng Au'I'o Company Phone 92 Arthur llllllflli Your Chrs eler aml Plymouth Dealer Serun You Since 1919 CONGRATUI ATIONQ ILASS OF 49 We W1 h You A Long Happy Llfe May Cod Bless You FACTORY SALES INC flreg Flujerrald flair Fllzjerralcl lernon Rohrer Heatmg and Air C0lldlll0lllllf.. gee 'Vorge Be ore You Buy A Thrifty Store for Thnfty People We Wlill to extend the l0lllplllllf'lllS of our entire 0l'g3lllZ8ll0ll Good Luci. 49ers The Ben Franklin Store F H Stock 'll E Dlppo Arthur lllmols 4553 .' ', ' "s C Q C ,f 1 -Al. f 0 2 O . E 1 . . . . . ' 0 . 1 . . " - I "' 0 . GG I ' 99 . , . F F i . . .. . ' g e . . 0 ' , .' I A , f F, K . to the . . : '. . . v 4 . , , . Y Q . , . I .,q . g . , . - Ag 4 : , . ' 1 I I O Q 0 Q . . ' 0 : W ' Q ,Q on . Q Q U . f w 0 . . : 1 1 A . I C ' . Q 0 - Q 4 P Hoke Bros. Food Siore NIPII K I l0I1I'lf A GOOD PLAIE TO TRADE DEAN BROS TRUCKING SERVICE xI'IIlllI lIIln01 The Ar+hur-Graphic Clarion Your Home Town New p apex ,Ianwb Ilf'H0 0 PIIITIIBIIPI I ONGRATULA IIION9 to the CI Xqb OF 49 KELLY S Recreahon Parlor fall I for Rc ull oi XII Sport S1 rluo Iflth ll SIIIIIP I Imnc Z 1 s ' Q' " ' J I ' ' ' f 's 1 ' . . , . , I . CIlllfJ.'l'1lIllI1lII1lllS to the Class of '49 E . o w Y ' 1 : 4' IS ,S 5 .' L . . : '- I .5 D , - - 1 COIIIITIIIIICIII of FW J.. OSCAR STRAUSE WI ATT! HHN ILLIINOIQ 1-. un POIlwIllll Complete Lubn 11 atlon Menlzer Servlce Sfahon I euel 1I Lhew rolet Put Tire Batten IP -Ku QNGOI I0 4579 f ompllment f S'l'al'e Bank of Arl'hur Arthur IIIlno1 federal Ilemher of Ile erxe Sxstem II I' We em ourdgc bvstenmtual thrift Start a sawing .zuounl ln our hank toclav and add tr It each week or month Taylor Harder Dalry PHNIPIIFIYQII Durw Product Phone! U I'.nIorZl1 SULLIVAN DAIRY Wlanufauurer of Pdsteuuzc d Milk Pnoduct Leo Ixrummel I1lbII'lIlllI0l' Phone 715 Xrthur Ilhnol Q ' so ' , S fx. - 2 . 5 3,,,.4. 1, X. exe . I . w 1 . v vw 0 ' 1 5 . . , . . , all . D. I. I.. 44" . 'W K. 5... , , Y ,' 4. , . - , o : I Wal g e gg C I O . . . I C ., I-' 'S .. . , V , - 19 u ' 'I I Q O o o , Q O O I . 1 I 'Z ' 2'S ,. .. 5 Q I .v .' , 'Y . ,. 5 ' ' g . A 5 I . I ..., ., . tt s , , ,-. . . 0 ...-. . . C 4 2 Naiurella Beau'I'y Shop Convementls located m the hotel Permanents halr styling mann ureg and eoemetlex hv Bonnie Belle Nofrey Bros Garage Dealers ln Old mohlle Car Bumper to Bumpel far Seruee Lefler Radlo 81 Refrlgerahon Service Repair and Contact Wiring George Leflex "BRAD'S" Jew ell V Gifts Appllaneee Radios, Oll Burner Stolnerb and Record I' tahh hed 1911 Phone 33 Arthur lll Combs Service Siahon Slnelair Prodmt: Iongratulatione to the Clas' f Best Wlshes to the Lla s of 49 ARTHUR CLEANERS ual lty Servlee Phone 5.3 Congratulatlons to the Graduates Grantham s Drug Sfore Beet Wlehe to the Llaws of 49 Bulli' RrI'e Manufaciurmg Company Phone 17 Arthur llllnols 582 I I : o o I I I I I I I . Y . , I , . . o ' 5 , . . Q .h M E ' . . N I 1 - ' , 2 A ' e ' s 0 '49 2 I I I 2 . ' N , 9 , . . s I I I I 0 I . ' 5 S 2 ' I . A , : , IIIIIII IIIII w . w I f,0I'lgl'3llll3ll0llS to the Llass of 94-9 g 2 5 Q -1 o 2 .' 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I I Q A . . g , 4 q I I I I If K Armour s Beauty Shop New Modern Halr Styling and Permanents Phone 320 E Mason Hardware Dlstrlhutors of Such U3llIW Products as Shaw Burners SHERWIN WILLIAWIS PAINTS Crosley Ref rlgerators Magic Chef and Skel,,as Stoves Congratulations to the Cla -. of 49 Honn s Delicatessen Consumer s Coal Co COAL PAINT C0llgl'Hllll8ll0ll to the Class of 49 Phone 221 Arthur Ill Ar'I'hur Coal 81 Feed Co Dealers ln Easteln Kentuckv IIIIIIOIS, Indlana and West Y lrglllla Coal ARTHL R ILLINOIS F H Huckleberry Owner C H Hoffman 'llgr I ompllmenls 0 PRIBBLE 81 CAHILL Mens K Bovs Clothing Phone 6 Arthur Ill Knobloch Service Stahon Opposite Crude School Phone 36 GOODYEAR Batteries TIFCS and Tubes SlllCl8ll' Gas and Oll Compliments of WILLIAM FULTS Physlcal Therapist Phone 48 oooooooooooo ooooo ooooooooooooo oooooooooo o o I o o I o I o 9 o o g . o o o , . . . . . - v.-A 2 ' ,s : 1. . . . . T . 9 1 1 I Q ' ' .s .. . , L A . oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 000'CUCOCUUUUCUCOOICOUOUOOO . . g - . I J ' A , 2 . . - . Y - Q . I , , W l , , . n ' A 1 A . o . o - o , o O 9 ' , o o' o , ' U o oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooo """""""""'9"" : O O l ' ,, 9 o S. I o . I - . I O . . 1 . , , 9 I A - . . t . ooo ooo ooooo ooooooo l ' . . . -i A A o . . ' 9 s , 2 o o o . o A , . : o ooooo 4 59 C0lllplllll6lll f M 81 J STOCK SHOE STORE Phone 230 Good Lux lx to You 49er FOREMANS BAKERY Artlllll Illlll0lb Heerdl' s Barber Shop UDNGR-XTUI ATIUNS T0 THI- I li XDU KTES lol The Beet In IllSllldlllP YISIT THIL HOOD AGENCY H h OE BOB Cong: lllll'lll0ll to thc FLXSS OF 49 Hummys Barber Shop Arcola Sweel' Shop Home Made Candle am Ice Creanl ,hm Clark Proprietor I ONGRATULATIOINS to the Flemmg Funeral Home Artlnn Illlnole ' s o 'I 1 . S x A f L V o o O 2 . I O O l 0 I 0 7 . Y n 9, V 5 n . I A S I 2 O O O O .9 . A OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOO ' T . I I ll O O CLASS UF 1949 f " . 1 ' I 4. o : . H 1 . O 1 .- : . , A .9 E OOOOOIIO OOOOOOOOOOO N . . V - .. 1 - w L O O O O O O O O O 2 1 qu 55 gs an . . J an : O OOO xi T5 August 23 September September 9 September 10 September September 24 September 27 September October 8 October October October 2 October 2 October October November November November November November November 30 December December December December December December December December December 22 Icmucxry l Icmuary 3 1-la py yet ad f r h cega Snr rs otsatbos Ru Sentors noste ses at the Vtxe Our ftrst ootball garre at Bet tan The Kntahts played at A cola Nevt man met our 1 arnor here Senror and faculty prctures taken Group ptctures snapped Vacatton Teachers lnst1tute Dtvernon a new opponent played here Band treked to Charleston Sophomore hamburger fry Nmth Annual 1-lomecommg Sulhfan here Assembly program Chref Sugar Brown Played Tuscola there Vacatlon Arm1sttce Day Bands Vesper Concert P1rst basketball game at Humboldt Argenta played on our hardwood Vacatlon Thanksgtvmg Football Banquet tn Home EC Room 1-hllbrlly Courtshtp lunror Class Play We played Oakland here Kntghts fought 1t out at Sulltvan Arcola encountered us here Chrtstmas Concert by Chorus and Band Second Annual Stunt Nlght Krughts 1ourneyed to Lovmgtor Met Monttcello there Chnstmas vacatton began Bltnd Tourney at Vtlla Grove Back to school 446671 . ' pt s oscccl' 8 . , A . . e 'o s c nd-up . f l E y 17 A A ., A r , 281 . , , ' .. A ' 16.1, ..... .....,.,.. ,..,r.,, . . . . UM.. r.,.,. .,.,.,,,.......... . . 25 .,.,. I ' . 29.. ..,.. ..,. . .. ..,t....,...... . 11 .,....,, . rr., ., ..,...,t,,, ,, ' - " . 14 ..., ..., ..... . ' . November 18,r. ,. .,,. ,.., . .. ,..,,,... Latin Club's Roman Banquet. 19 .r... . .. .. . 23,.,, .....,.,... , 2 ,.,. ...,.,. . .. ...... ' ' . 3.,, . ..,.. . 4, ..... . ' ' ' .. 14 ,r., ., .,... .,.. , , ...... ' . 17, ,l.. ' ' ' ,. 181 . . .....r . ' . Ianuary Icmuary Ianuary Ianuary Ianuary Ianuary Basketball at Bethany Played Atwood there Sdlhlan played here ldntor Clas B rags Arrtve Ctrl toast: tball ,mals Band Cltntc at Bethany Ianuary 25 29 Okaw Valley Todrna ent a Atw od February February February February February February February February February February 2 February February March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 14 March 26 Aprll 1 Apnl 9 Apnl 14 Aprll 30 May 1 May May May May May Lovmgton played here Met Arcola there Vtlla Grove came here Sophomore Class party Humboldt here Vacatlon Teachers Instttute Knrghts at Cer o Gordo Played Bethany there F F A ludgmg Conte t 1n gym Mattoon debaters here Atwood here Dtstrtct Tourney at Bethany Drstnct Speech Contest at Cwarleston Plano Elrmrnattons Father and Son Banquet Assernoly Program Secttoral Speech Contest at Champatgn Ensemble Recttal FFA Donkey Basketball Game Dtstrtct Solo and Ensemble Contest State Speech Contest Dtstrtct Muslc Contest Easter vacat1on began State Band Contest lun1or Sentor Prom Okaw Valley Track Meet Dtstrtct Track Meet Baccalaureate Graddatton 467 14, A . .. ...,,.. 15. . , H, VM' ' 17 . . . 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' ' f'vb We the Class of 1949 of the Arthur Phgh School do leave l.h1S our last w1ll cmd testament Phyllrs Wrs wrll my fob as soda Jerker to Manlyn Lo .ve Wrlma Korte wrll my grft of gab to Delores Naugle Ma y B 'fa Ashley wrll mv rtleasma drsoosrtron to Dons Hansen Mac Sexton w1ll my slow and carefree manner to Francrs Lacey Norman Lowe wrll rrry love for debatrng to any prospectrve funror Verne Lacey wrll my counter proposrtrons to any debater Merrrl Lacy wrll my blase attltude to any sophrstrcated funror Alfred Conlln wrll my herght to Marvrn Shaw Darrell Drcks wrll my all around athletrc abrlrty to anyone who nee s rt Donald Dean wrll my love for football to Leonard Wrlhelm Bob Mclinelly wrll my collectron of fokes to Drck Bobrnson Percy Grant wrll my Hollywood hatr cuts to foe Dean Wayne Kmg wrll my musrcal name to Robert Graham Vernon Dearnbarger wrll my manly physrgue to fohn Haney Wayne Flemmg wlll my abrlrty as athletrc manager to any funror Kenneth Pankey wrll my mrsfortune wrth cars to Bay Brch Elarne Vaughn wrll my typrng abrlrty to Stuart Traxler Barbara Bradford w1rl my pep and votce to the new cheer leader fuanrta Schultz wrll my abrlrty to keep a man to Betty Mattox Lucrlle Wrllramson wrll my love for Plymouths to Boberta Hendrrckson Carl Anglm wrll my quret ways to Harlm Turner Lourse Blower wrll my abrlrty to make norse to Lydra Schlabach Loretta Brggs wrll my mterest rn school to Donald Yutzy Betty Green wrll my fun at the skatmg rrnk to anyone who lrkes the sport Brlly Dean wrll my western magazrnes to any funror who has trme to read them Lyle Huffman wrll my apptrtude for math to those who need rt Donald Bathe wrll my grade school grrl fnends to Horace Bomrne Leland Schlabach wrll mv mrlk route to fohn Krummel lean Drppo wrll a steady romance to Bob Conlrn Madonna Parrott wrl my grggles to Nancy Pugsley Brlly Kroll wrll my car to all Arcola bound hrtch hrkers Edna Mast wrll my knowledge of second year Latm to Ioan Gaffney Mane Yutzy wrll my sewmg abrlrty to Peggy Leatherman We the Senrors wrll the tradrtrons and tandard of A H S to all tho e wh wrll benefrt by them Berng of sound mmd on the feast of Sarnt Valentme Anno Domrnr MDCCCCXLIX we the undersrgned do hereby affrx our srgnature THF SENIOR CLASS Nl'l Nl SSED BY Donald Dean Bob McKnelly cc 689 1, , A ' . L 4 I . . . , d . A I, , ' A , 1, , ' ' . 1, ' , ' ' . 1, , ' ' , 1, , " ' . IV A . r . I 1, , ' A ' . L . I . . A 1, , '1 ' . 1, , ' ' . L or Luculle ne 1 Iucxnlta Pe ' , .- :.' I: . f r' f :,, ff: T :I Phyllis Wise was chosen for the D A R Good Citizenship Award Our class nommated three Senior g1rls whom we thought best filled leadership and patnotlsm From these nom mees the faculty elected Phyllis the good cm zen of Arthur High School Q7O:v the qualifications of dependability, service, fQ N1b'qTOfQXl 10 Q Qclp O J T e er J JI BDO! H1 Q mw JXQ2 'Q VT f TQITCSIY, gifmcwn to QU those :vie Helped to Vffssiblfi h '49- fi11' F FQVTP ' Pj 2 i Y. V - 4 1+ gg- L.-ra .-ie,...f. -' ...,.e,---1..s-a..a.1ngah-ng' S- -: iv, ,,,, QQ 23221 we? W Q 8 T255 I A .::..,:SE::5E-::. .1 Q., ,1 , H ., fm ef . yxwy bw 9 'Q gms 9 6 9 Q 45 fs ff, Q " 5 64,8 ggi 1 W Q 1 ,, A x v 25 Y Q 3 2? Q A, Q , ,, 0 M 9 in 3' 3 yi 2 if gg L, .9 X' Jig? 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Arthur Township High School - Arthurite Yearbook (Arthur, IL) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

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Arthur Township High School - Arthurite Yearbook (Arthur, IL) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Arthur Township High School - Arthurite Yearbook (Arthur, IL) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Arthur Township High School - Arthurite Yearbook (Arthur, IL) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 72

1949, pg 72

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