Chrisman High School - Ne Iocus Yearbook (Chrisman, IL)

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'oe d and 'fb ni ion 19 59 Ne Koons LEFT 'YO YJGHT Dorm 'Y Seri Emrnons Beynle Moms Baxbaxa Rhode Dorothy NXorq,an. n. Parry Trout hm Ben hu1er Grnger are rx Ro xSo Areson, Yarn! S DEDICA TION CHRISMAN HIGH SCHOOL TO ALL TEACHERS AND STUDENTS, PAST AND PRESENT, WE DEDICATE THIS BOOK "No man is an i.sla.ndg" neither is any one group of students or teachers entirely independent of all others. This is the story of one year in the life of our school. We know that you are a part of it, whether in person or only in spirit. We hope that you will enjoy it, and that perhaps it will bring back memories of days spent here in these buildings. CHRISMAN GRADE SCHOOL MARY E EVENS Yearbook Advlser May 29 1959 Dear Mrs Evens, The Ne locus staff would hke to thank you for your gurdance panence tune, and many helpful 1d63S and suggesnons whtle we were worktng on rhls 1959 edmon of our yearbook All of us wanted our own personal way about the annual. Many people would have lost thelr patxence wlth us but not you. You always sat1sf1ed all of us m some way 3dV1C6 our Ne locus would not have been nearly so mterestmg. The annual staff, represenung the semor class agam wants to thank you for your guldance m compleung th1s 1ssue of the Ne Iocus Smcerely The 1959 Ne locus staff K I M115 We know that you spent many hours helping us with our book, and without your helpful .I " ' , 5 ,' 9 tt, S, In-nrumff lsfkllflbh BOARD of EDUCA TION HENR Y J Pfeslde PHIPPS MAR VIN G S ec 1-e tat RICHARD ROGERS HOWARD YOUNG HURSHEL CRAIG WILLIAM MALONE ROBERT RIGGEN CECILE SMITH Supermtendent Wy Ay - 1 if 3 zf is OUR COOKS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Virginia Gilbert, Mrs. Erma Loop, Mrs. Shannon Jensen. Itis the people behind the scene, our cooks, bus drivers, and custodians, who help keep our schools the smooth-functioning institu- tions that they are. Too often we take them for granted, seldom giving them the appre- ciation that is theirs. We should be more aware of their unselfish service, and give them our unreserved thanks for a job well done. BUS DRIVERS CUS TODIANS fo rd, Mr. Clarence Craig, Mr Levi fRedJ Board. 39. -is LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. James Craig, Mr. Levi fRedJ Board, Mr. Edgar Dixon, Mr. Kenneth Knicley, Mr. Don Wood, Mr. Walter Sublett. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Henry Sam- as 133 5' w . X5 X919 V 'gel 1 'Z Ainiil FACULTY HIGH SCHOUL 7 CARLYSLE BROWNING B. Ed.. M.M. Ed., Eastern Illinois University, Vandercook College of Music, University of Illinois, Major, Music, Minors, Science, Geography, Classes, Music, General Science, Spon- sor, Band, Dance Band. C. DERRELL DARLING P' I . B.S. in Education, Indiana State Teachers College, Major, Industrial Arts, Minor, Social Studies, Class- es, Shop 8, Social Problems, Manual Shop I, Mechan- ical Drawing, Woodworking, Sponsor, Industrial Arts Club and Junior Class. PATRICIA DARLING M.A. in Speech Correction, Indiana State Teachers College,A.B. in Speech and Dramatics, English, French, Manchester College, Minor, Special Ed- ucation, Classes, Speech, English, French, Sponsor, Speech Club, Cheerleaders, Debate Team, Speech Contest, Senior Class . , LE ROY A. EICKEN B.S. in Health and Physical Education, Illinois State Normal University, Minor, Geography Classes, Driver Education, Geography, Physical Education, Coach, Sponsor, Junior Class Letterman's Club. ROBERT L. EMMONS B.S. in Agriculture, University of Illinois, Minor, Biology, Classes, Agriculture and Biology Sponsor, F.F.A., Senior Class. MARY E. EV ENS B.S. in Education, Indiana State Teachers College, Graduate study at Harvard University, Majors, En- glish, Social Studies, Commerce, Minors, Science and Home Economics, Classes, Shorthand, Type- writing, Bookkeeping, Office Practice, Business Math, Sponsor, Cardinal Echoes, Annual. j BARBARA WINKLER B.S. in Education: Eastern Illinois State University, Major, Home Economics, Minor, Social Studies, Classes, Home Economics, U. S. History, Sponsor, Freshman Class, F.H.A. MILLARD L. YOUNT M.S. in Mathematics, Eastern Illinois University, State University of Iowa, University of Chicago, Uni- versity of Illinois, Major, Mathematics, Minor, Chem- istry, Physics, and English, Classes, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Math, Sponsor, National Honor Society, Student Council. GAY NE GUNDERSON Student Teacher, B.Ed, Eastern Illinois University, Major, Mathematics, Minor, Physical Science. FACULTY NALDA RAE HIGH B.S. in Education, Eastern Illinois State University, Maior. Speech, Minors, English, Girls' Physical Education, Social Studies, Classes, Girls' Physical Education. CECIL E. SMITH B.S .in Education, M.S. in Education, Eastern Illinois State University, University of Illinois, University of Colorado, Majors, Mathematics, Education, Minors, Science, Social Studies, English, Superintendent and Principal. JOHN W, WALLACE B.S., Eastern Illinois State University, Major, Social Science, Minors, English, Geography, Classes, Eng- lish, Civics, World History, Sponsor, Sophomore Class. ,f ,W if, 4, 1 gl V' :LU V GRADE SCHOOL F ERN ANTHONY Indiana State Teachers College, Butler University, Illinois StateTeachers College, Petalazza- F roebel, Grade F ive. SARA B. DAWSON B.S. in Education, New Jersey State Teachers College, Indiana State Teachers College, Uni- versity of Illinois, University of Pennsylvania, Majors, Science, Mathematics, Minor, Psy- chology, Grade One. RICHARD F. FARMER B.S. in Elementary Education, M.S. in School Admin- istration, Southern Illinois University, AsburyCollege, University of Illinois, Eastern IllinoisState University, Major, School Administration, GradeSchoolPrincipa1, Classes, Sixth Grade Science andSocia1Studies,Spon- sor. .T unior High Basketball and Track. ROANNA FRANTZ Indiana State Teachers College, Eastern Illinois State University, University of Missouri, Major, Elementary Education, Grade Two, Sponsor, Cold Lunch Hour. ALICE GLITH ERO Eastern Illinois State University, IndianaStateTeach- ers College, Majors, Music, Art, Minor, Language Arts, Classes, Music and Art Grades OnethroughSix, Sixth Grade Language Arts. BLANCHE GLITHERO w as Eastern Illinois State University, IndianaStateT each- ers College, Grade Seven. THELMA HESS Eastern Illinois State Uni- versity, Indiana State Teachers College, Grade F ive. MILDRED KNIGHT Eastern I1J.inois State Uni- versity, Indiana State Teachers College, Grade Two. taryg Minor, Englishg Kindergarten. ,iQ . ki DONALD W. MORRIS B.S. in Educationg Murray State Collegeg Majors, Physical Education and History: Eighth Grade. RUTH SPARKS Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Major, Educationg Minor, Englishg Grade One. IRENE TATE A.B. in Commerce and Englishg Central Normal Col- legeg Minor, Social Studiesp Grade Seven. DELLA MAE WILSON Eastern Illinois University: Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Grade Six. FACULTY James Milllkin University: Indiana State TeachersCollegegMajors, Music Education, Elernen Eastern Collegeg E astern Collegeg BERNICE B. MATHEWS Illinois Universityg Indiana State Teachers Grade Four. DOLORES MC CAULLEY Illinois Universityg Indiana State Teachers Major, Elementary Educationg Grade Three. 1 I FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Mary Evens, Mrs. Barbara Winkler, Mrs. Patricia Darling. MIDDLE: Mr. John Wallace, Mr. Robert Emmons. BACK ROW: Mr. Cecil E. Smith, Mr. Carlysle Browning, Mr. Millard Yount, Mr. LeRoy Eicken, Mr. Darrell Darling. NOT SHOWN: MIS. Naida Rae High. ...-'Q 1 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Patricia Shuler, Dorothy Morgan, Ginger Rhode, SECOND ROW: Charlotte Kindred, Patricia Trout, Barbara Areson, Lynn Robison. THIRD ROW: Richard Dial, Jeffrey Emmons, Lloyd Veach, Gordon Jenkins, Gilbert Murray. BACK ROW: Jim Bell, George Redman, Jim Coulter, Wardie Starr, Bernie Morris, Robert White, Don Tate, Clarence Hubbard, Joe Nave. A ' 1 1' il . 1 SENIOR W I WWW--A JAMES EDWARD BELL "Bush Bell" "Times are tough all over' Annual Staff 4, Class Play 3, 4, Prom Royalty 3, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 4, Student Council President 4, Speech Club 2, Homecoming Royalty 4, Carnival Royalty 3, Valentine Dance Royalty 4. SENIORS BARBARA CAROL ARESON N Arson!! fer instance" Debate 1, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Cardinal Echoes Staff 3, Class Play 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Society Treasurer 4, Class Historian 2, Class Reporter 3, Speech Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Librarian 1,2,3z Assis- tant in Office 3, Junior Academy ot Science 2. RICHARD ALAN DIAL Class Play 33 Basketball lg Baseball 3g Track lg Pep Club 23 Junior Academy of Science 1. JIMMY WAYNE CCIJLTER "Slugger " "Aw - ba1oney" Baseball 4g Track 4, JEFFREY DEVON EMMONS ll ll "Ho1y Cow" Chorus 2, 3, Band 1,2, 3, 4, Band District 1,2, 3, 4, Band State 1, 3, District Solo Contest 1,2, 3, Dis- trict Ensemble 3, 4, State Ensemble 3, 4, Band Vice- President 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Play 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Society Vice-President 4, Let- terman's Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Speech Club 2, District Speech Contest 4, State Speech Contest 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Carnival King 2, Junior Academy of Science 1. 'M 'T ii -LS' mia CHARLOTTE SUE CRAIG KINDRED "Craiger" "Hi ya, kid" Chorus 3: Class Play 3, 49 Prom Royalty 3: Class Vice-President 1, Class President 3g Student Council Treasurer 3, Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 43 Speech Club 25 Homecoming Queen 4: F. H. A. 1, 23 G. A. A. 2g Librarian 3, 4g Carnival Royalty 33 Pep Club 1, 2g Cheerleader 1.2, 3, 4g Junior Academy of Science 1, 2g Student Council Convention 3g Cheer- leading Camp 3. GORDON RAY I ENKINS "G inks " "Sooey" Chorus 3g Band 3, 44 Band District 3, 4g Band State 3, Class Play 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Basketball 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 4g Librarian 35 Letterman's Club Secretary 4. BERNIE C. MORRIS "Bernadine" "I have nothing to say. " Chorus 1: Annual staff 4g Student Director of Class Play 33 Class Play Stage Manager 4g Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 43 Track 1, Class Vice-President 2, 35 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Carni- valRoyalty2g Pep Club 23 Junior Academy of Science 1. DOROTHY ANN MORGAN nD. A. u "What's your trouble, bubble?" Annual Staff 45 Class Play 3, 4, Prom Royalty 33 Class Historian 3g Class Secretary 4g Speech Club Secre- tary 2, Homecoming Royalty4g F. H. A. 1, 23 G. A. A. 23 Carnival Royalty 2g Pep Club 1,25 Junior Aca- demy of Science 1, 29 Valentine Dance Royalty 4, IOSEPH L. NAVE "I believe . . . " Class Play 4. Newport, Indiana. Newspaper Staff 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2g Baseball 1,2g Track 1,2g Class President 1. GILBERT EDW ARD MURRAY nMlmayv1 "The name's Murray" Chorus 25 Band 1,2, 4g Band District 1,2, 43 District Ensemble 4g State Ensemble 4g Class Play 43 Basket- ball 4g Baseball 45 Student Council 4g Carnival Royalty 4g Junior Academy of Science 1. GINGER KAY RHODE "I know what you mean jelly bean' Annual Staff 4g Class Play 4, Class Reporter 1, 43 Class Secretary 25 F. H. A. 1: G. A, A, Secretary- Treasurer 25 Pep Club 1, 2: Junior Academy of Science 15 Cardinal Echoes Staff 1. GEORGE HENRY REDMAN "Hold everything" PATRICIA ANN SHULER "'trisha Ann" "Yea, I know what you mean' Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Band District 1,2, 3, 45 Band State 1, 3: District Ensemble 1,2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 43 Class Play 3,4g Honor Society 45 Glr1's State 33 Speech Club 2g Assistant in Office 4g Pep Club 2: Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4, D.A.R. Award 4. LYNETTE JUNE ROBISON "June Bug' "Well, I don't know" Annual Staff 43 Class Play 3,45 Class Secretary lg Speech Club 25 G. A. A. 2g Librarian 4, Baby Ball Royalty 2g Pep Club 2g Cheerleader 4. 5 Wx. rs '25- DON OWEN TATE lfHuhll " 'tater bug" Band 1,2, 3, 4, Band District 1, 2, 3, 4, District Solo Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Band State 1, 3, State Solo Contest 1, 3, 4, District Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, State Ensemble 2, 3, Annual Editor 4, Class Play 3, 4, Prom Royalty 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Society President 4, Boys' State 3, Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club Treasurer 2, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band Treas- urer 4: Homecoming Royalty 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, As- sistant in Office 4, Baby Ball Royalty 2, Pep Club 1 2, Band President 4, Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4, Junior Aca- demy of Science 1,2, Basketball Statistician 3, 4, District Speech Contest 4. WARDIE LEE STARR llLum vt "I don't know! " Chorus 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band District 1, 2, 3, 4, Band State 3, District Ensemble 1, 3,4, State Ensemble 3, 4, Treasurer of Letterman's Club 4, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Class Vice-President 4, Student Council Reporter 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Industrial Arts Club Vice- President 4. VIRGIL LLOYD VEACH "BuJldozer" "I don't want to do that' Cardinal Echoes Staff 3, Class Play 4, F. F. A. 1,2, 3, 4, F. F, A. Reporter 3, F.F.A. President 4, Industrial Arts Club Secretary-Treasurer 4. PATRICIA ANN TROUT 'Giggles' "Isn't that right? Huh?" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band District 1,2, 3, 4, Band State 1, 3, District Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Play 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary of Honor Society 4, Class Secretary 3, Class Historian 4, Speech Club 2, F.H. A. 1.2, G. A.A. 2, Assistant in Office 1, 2, 3, 4, Carnival Queen 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Pep Band 4, ROBERT BERYL WHITE "BigBery1" Irwell . . ll Debate 3g Class Play 3g Class President 1: Class Parliamentarian 3,4g Student Council lg Librarian 2, 3: Junior Academy ofScience 1. TWEL VE YEARS TOGETHER 'A'-Nl K M, FRONT, Left to Right: George Redman, Jr., Clarence Hubbard. BACK: Gilbert Murray, Patricia Trout, Lynn Robison, Jeffrey Emmons. SENIOR A WARD Barbara Areson Don Tate Valedrctouan Salutatorian Math Award Band Award Scrence Award Activiues Award Amerrcan Legion School Jeffrey Emmons Athletic Award Musrc Award Patricxa Trout Actrvrties Award Medal Award Yearbook Award Bernie Morris Yearbook Award Patricia Shuler American Legion School Medal Award Ginger Rhode D A R. Cmzenship Award Lloyd Veach American Legion Agriculture Award Auxiliary Citizenshlp Award AAA A YW 8 X . Wy' L 5 n- ., ' X., vs 'lqxs-K" 'C 'Ns 5 , V qi 4 .,, .AQ I-, .x gffxgn , fatxx -I-ig" . kr-Q' iq 4 -4.1 ,, - ,J .- a'fr.W'4,'Q.1 x .. .uv ulx"x.-Lff :sig 1 . I , C' 5' . A .pb I .1-rw' .hi 4. b V' V , -, 1bx,.,- ,ii'1g,.l Q 4 3" .-:1. . ,, Sv- 5:3-,. " A if,'.4', -N". .,, mi JUNIOR Bob Honnold Secretary Boys' State Delegate James Kindred President Dean Craig Student Council Lynda Ballard Leladean Fulton Sara Gadau -45,1 Judy Henry George Key Richard Kindred t V Jean Langford , James Lunger , sw L r ,fig 1 at . 3 'N 1 Shirley McVicker Earl Petticrew Mary Etta Phipps Boys' State Alternate . A' ' r 7 Joe Hoult Vice -President Betty Ryan Treasurer CLASS Larry Redman Jerry Rhode Ronald Ross Lmda Scott Rose Ann Scott If 'J I 'CDP A n rl x N Wg R ' Joyce Spencer Charles Spillman James Van Huss Terry Wineland Miriam Yount Girls' State Delegate Earl Langford Reporter and Parliamentarian as IV' C7 Maryln Froman Girls' State Alternate i if WWA -, 25, , Y E? 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Hollingsworth FRESHMAN X Lucille Batchelor David Boyer Cheryl Allison President ia ,n x N -sw' T ff' l C 23 2, wr Linda Lunger Robert Riggen James Langford Secretary Treasurer Parliamentarian ' V U'-Z , PX In M' X in . ' mvf, ' : , . 'KV15 ,af Q ,, f x ' Eff Jerry Hoult Vice -President 5 Robert Thurman philip Stultz Student COUHCH Reporter -423 CLASS James Honnold Loretta Hoult Sherman Jenkins Philip I ones 4' 6, 9' 'larsl' .3 - Betty Myles Patricia Nave Daniel Oaks Ruth Parker Anna Phipps Andy Robison Crystal Vernon Rita Winans ss ALGEBRA Algebra is difficult arithmetic. It includes everything from adding n to itself an infinite number of times to learning when to use the signs of aggrefujvation. We stood on our heads trying to get graphs to slope in the right direction, and gave up in despair when we tried to find the square root of -10. All in all, though, we enjoyed it, and are sure it musthave done us some good. "'k"svnQ AMERICAN HIS TOR Y History is biography. In learning the biographies of men of the past, we hope to help our students become good citizens and the leaders of tomorrow. HOME ECONOMICS Learning to beautify the home was an objective of this class. In accomplishing this purpose, however, we hope to have influenced the mind, the body, and the spirit as well. BOOKKEEPING The theory "learn by doing" was used throughout the year in Bookkeeping class. The teaching of each new phase of work was followed by a great amount of practice. Two sets of bookkeeping records were kept from papers taken from the business world. We found experience was a good teacher. TYPEWRITING The old maxim, "Nothing succeeds like success," is demonstrably true in learning to typewrite. Day to day drill and practice leads the individual typist from where he is in skill to the skill that he believes he can reach. The inner urge to excel, trying to keep up with a pace setter, and the growing sense of ease and confidence that comes from doing a thing well day after day are factors bearing on sucess in learn- ing to type. GEOMETRY Years ago Euclid laid the foundation for our modern geometry. lt is upon this foundation that engineering, architecture, mechanics, and many of the modern developments of the world have been based. We've attempted to learn the fundamental principles of geo- metry in the hope that perhaps we can add our small part to the success of the world. Cl VICS in Civics class we studied many facets of the society in which we live, government,,youth and crime, tax- ation, and politics are only a few. The course was highlighted with the attendance of an actual court trial. Later, we participated in a mock- trial of our own in our classroom. ENGLISH IV The research-paper assembly line! Juniors and sen- iors were haunted by quote cards, reference books, footnotes, outlines, and rough drafts. A personal "real-life" glimpse of Car1Sandburg at Galesburg, an introduction to infinitives, gertmds, and participles, and a review of fundamental grammar made idle hours for the English classes non-existent. FRENCH "En Francais s'il vous plait." Themes. IGSIS. afld reports writtm in the French language made the students sharpen pencils and wits. Verb blanks, note- books, and conversation periods made the wheels turn even faster. GENERAL SCIENCE General science, a requirement of all freshmen, is an introduction to all phases of science. Through its study we are able to make intelligent choices about advanced courses in that field of education. DRIVER TRAINING Girls may be poor drivers, but so may boys, without proper training. A school-sponsored course of class- room and on-the-road training enables us to learn the lawful and safe methods of driving. SHORTHAND It took very little time in shorthand class to find out that the subject matter was easy to learn, but that it took a lot of practice to attain a great degree of skill. Just as one thing always depends upon another, we had to know grammar and how to spell and punctu- ate before our skill became useful. SHOP Tearing down is much more simple than putting back together, but it is a good way to study the electrical system of a car. The project was to re-assemble the parts, install a dash and instrument panel, and paint the electrical system wires for easy identification. We kept our fingers crossed until we had the thing running again. PHYSICS Making an atomic bomb is about the only thing that we didn't do in Physics class, although we did learn how they were made. We argued with Ben Franklin about the direction of electricity, and we probably won't be soon forgotten at the U. of I. where we went during the engineering open house. And, of course, there are always those who won't believe anything until they see for themselves, but we had fun showing them . TRI G A good chance to think! GEOGRAPHY At the close of the year we werea more learned class about the world. In imagination we crossed the Atlan- tic with the trade winds, took a dip in the English Channel, crossed the Sahara, climbed Mt. Fuji, and ended our trip with a cruise around the Statue of Lib- erty. We enjoyed many informaldiscussions about wind belts, different countries, and art and culture. .IR.-SR. AG. Farm shop gives the boys enrolled a chance to build a.nd repair many things used on their own farms. Mechanical work, welding, and many other useful things are taught. This project teaches carpentry as well as planning and mathematics. .gg In our World History course we studied that lengthy period of time from the Stone Age up to World War Il We learned how we benefit from past contributions in government law religion language art literature, and social custom. We feel that we can best serve the present and the future if we know and use the wis- dom of the past. WORLD HIS TOR Y H195 if lt OFFICE PRACTICE Office Practice class afforded us an opportunity to consolidate the skills and knowledges learned in other business courses, and it provided many practical and worthwhile experiences similar to those found in a real office. It has taught us that theoffice worker must have a good knowledge of fundamentals mixed with the ability to think clearly, beaskillful typist, and possess poise and personality. This was a little class with lots to do. f K ie ie 452' 1 A DRAWING II Drawing Il was a very interesting course, and for some of us it was preparatory to college engineer- ing. The first day we learned how not to use a T-square, how to get stuck with a pair of dividers, and how to break the lead out of our compasses and pencils. We learned a great deal of value concerning drawing Cand large-scale erasing operations.J L 'Q Q, GRAD SCHOOL 'W-an M W Sara Abell Deborah Baker Mlchael Baugh Carolyn Bradford Deborah Br1nkley Cathy Brown Danlel Camerer Marvln Caple Carlos Cra1g Jon Cr1sp1n Mlchael Dav1d Monica D8V1d Steven Drake La Donne Farmer Judy Good Mrchael Henry Sue Hollmgsworth John Jenkms James Jenness Rlchard Joseph Robert Kennedy Douglass Klndred Kathy Lewman Tony Lorenzon Randall Lunger Theresa Macke Camllla Ma131S6 Bonnle Matungly Debra Mrller Rebecca Mltchell Robert Mltchell Elrssa Montagnmo Drane Parks Charles Rhoden George Rogers Russell Sewell Sue Thurman Davrd Tucker Martha Vernon Roger Wolfe Sharon Wyatt Brenda Yates KINDERGARTEN 5 wa 2 ws? X 'Y Dansk ' ,Hn v G . 'Q .M ,- ' If I , . Q . ' - bw,-A . . r Z MM Q Kv:,. . lf Lynn Good h ' h V"' Q V . I' ga , vs. , L A ' L I . ' V . . . . K , if NOT SHOWN: Cynthia Allen, Iverson Barr, Paul Pearman Helen Abell K1m Arrasmlth Larry Baker Charles Batchelor Charles Brtstow V1.rg1n1a Camerer Robert Canco Vora Sue Cralg Becky Sue Cralg Rosemary Davld Lee Ann Farmer Randy Gonwa Peggy Gr1ssom Dav1d Henry Gary Henry Gregory Henry Lelgh Ellen Johnson D1ana Kennedy Steven Lorenzen Sharon Low Rebecca McKee Lmda M111s Rlchard Mitchell Jenmfer Mooney Danny Moore Rlchard Myles Lmda Nepstad Gerald Oakes Cyntlua Pantle Chrlsty Pearman Mlchael Powell Susan Radabaugh John Sayre Joe Sayre Lynn Sayre Gary Scott Brenda Sw1tzer Robert Vette Barbara Vandevanter Terry Wallace Rlchard Walls Betty Wrtherspoon Andrea Yates Ray Yates Pamela Young Rlchard Baker Bellnda Bough Gary Brown Anna Jean Burns Janet Burns Betty Cartwnght Janet Coe Randall Coulter Dan Crlspln Sharon Davrs Robert DePlantey Janet Grllenwater Allen Greenlee Allen Grissom Brenda Heath Penny Heleme Kathy Hobson Mrchael Ingram D1x1e Jenness Ronald Krabel Donnle Layton Frank Leigh Steve Lergh Gal1n Lewsader Anna Mattmgly Susan Meeks Robert McKee Davrd Mrtchell Carol Porter Tlm Randall Joane Ray Alan Samford Darlene Scott Rrchard Scott Luella Slankard Rlcky Wells Nancy Wrtherspoon Katherrne Wolfe Trudy Wyatt Lrnda Yates Thomas Abell Lrnda Ashworth Brenda Brmkley Mrchael Caple Kay Davrd Mrchael Eads Janrce Fuel Cheryl Glrthero Dale Good Jam es Grlssom V1ck1 Henry Trudr Ingram Jane Jenness Mrchael Krabel Charles McV1cker SECDND GRADE if? ejplf ggi' X it tw r News NOT SHOWN Ernestme Crum Bobby Hess Patr1c1aL1entz Mary Vette George Wrlkerson THIRD GRADE Dona Moore NOT SHOWN Charles Floyd, Calvm Roth, Robert Yoder. 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' , . n 3 4 . ,- ' J J fs fx Mary Moser Rhonda Pantle Peggy Peterson George Strow Ke1th Subletr Nancy Taylor Deborah Yates FOUR TH GRADE sores riff if NOT SHOWN Larry Crum Grover Whrte Joe Jones 13 'ns .M Sheryl Bennett George Brmkley Stephen Curus Joe Hele1ne Suzanne Henry Rosalmd Hoult Ben Jenness Sandra Kennedy Norman Krabel Rlchard Peterson Nancy Porter Cheryl Radabaugh Russell Randall Glorra R1ggen Barbara Slankard Pamela Swnzer Harold Thompson Larry Thurman Bobby W ltherspoon Tomm y Young Beverly Batchelor Tlm Boone Lou1s Bristow Freddy Brown Sandra Burns Eddre Coe Sally Crrspm Joe Dav1d hm DeP1antey Stephen Dugan Donna Gllbert Wanda Good Lynn Grlssom Philip Harrison Glenda Hobson Barry Jenkms Paul Key M1111e Lergh Donald Lrentz V1rg1l Macke Rrchard Malalse Howard Meeks B1l1y J oe Moore Russell Nave x r V X I y . A 3 . . X li K ,fs .sg ,V ke. A A .Q Q V l ' rar' 4 ritz - X Z 7 513.91 'V . lffahx N , 5? : , ' , . Y? . ' Z di fr ' -1 iff? g f ' - b v A , V I ,. a, q r ' if 5 ' ' - l 1 ,, -3 - - , ' 1 r Sharon Niles Mary Norman Rebecca Oakes Steven Overaker Leona Phrpps Mrke Porter Allen Randall Kathryn Ray Debra Samford W11l1am Slankard Charles Strow Dalsy Strow Dona Taylor Janrce Thompson Lyman Veach Steve Weddle Mlke Wllson Danny Wrnans Phrl Witt Mary Ellen Abell Nancy Batchelor John Bennett Paula Bolton Carl Burns Lynn Chandler John Chord Donna Sue Coe Ramsey Cook Karen Crispin Tommy David Lmda DeP1antey Pamela Dral Marranna D1ce Ann Evens John Fleetwood Lynda Harvey Frankhn Hollmgsworth Vickr Ingram Steven Kent Bobby Kmney Rrchard McKee Bobby M1l1er Mlchael Mooney Steven Moore Leanne Morris Janet Moser Naomr Nave Steven Phrpps Martha Randall Davrd Rlggen Nancy Scott Larry Starr Ella Mae Strow Conme Stultz val SW' P41 X T' I Larry Tucker Elrzabeth Lee Vance Conrad Yates Katrma Yontz SEVEN TH GRADE X t 0' s.: ink ws X, -Ak E bar i NOT SHOWN: Lillie Grissom Penny Arrasmith Edward Brown Bobby Campbell Duane Frdler Leonard Fleetwood Ellzabeth Gadau Dallas Good Dale Greenlee Mary Hobson James Hoult Larry Hoult Carol Inman Bob Jenness Patrlcta Key Beverly Kmdred Dennre J Kmght Rebecca Lewrs Robert Malalse Mlchael Mattlngly Sherry Maxey Larry Meeks Steve Morgan Gary Oakes Sammy Scott Sandra Scott Sharon Smttley John Strow Larry Taylor Gary Thompson Carolyn V1ce Carolyn Wayne J1mmy Wells James Wilson Marltn Wilson Gary Wrnans Carolyn Young Mark Yount I l 'if' 'I L 4 J I l t 6 6 6 ' H X ' ' , , . A Y' G V wi. 'rf A ' .1- , 5 Y x ,b 'l- If 'A Sl if 1 N V . SL.:-t 12. . . LX ' X s 1 ' '55 " Q- V .J v u A - I A XL' ' K 2- f . - ' '..:44' ' V , ggfqf. X X ' , W.: , me s A ' W ,J is-i . f 'V Q ' ' T ' Q nur T , qi, -Q, D 1 V t, ,tr 'N' E .- Q 1 , ,- QQ ' ' 4 I V Q. tl ,kirby ' 1 4 4 ' , K . . .xxx f T ' Y ' g, , . V , . . EIGHTH RADE Walter Areson Helen Ashworth Treasurer B111 Brmkley Vuglrua Burns Presldent Marcla Cook Reporter Angela Cremorue Dlana Fleetwood George Hollmgsworth Mzke Kent Mary Leyh Jane Lucas Vtce Pres1dent Pr1sc111a Lundgren R1chard M1115 Kay McV1cker Carolyn Spencer Steven Spencer John Stultz Secretary Frances Tibbs Dean Tucker Crystal Vernon George Dice A ak -, F1874 Lip, , Liv Q ' MV' I v,,:.'f., , , .1 , 1 ia W . W K-M 3 ,W EL . 9 g N C' igiwf' ' "fir M 64,7 3 " 05139, ,fi JW. new , M i iz a fig!! ff 1 ri' 'Q "' 4 ' 3 .f N1 f ff ? ' ' fwwu GEOGRAPHY Fourth grade locating the colonies W... 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A?31f,2,35ai is ? , A ff., Q vc: RESERVE TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT Charles Bradford Gllbert Murray, Ph1l1pStu1tz James Honnold Sheldon Cah111 Woody Collins Gordon Jenkms John Nave Sherman Jenkms Jeffrey Emmons Robert Grlssom, Robert Bennett John Hale Robert Thurman Robert Rrggen Dav1d Boyer SEATED Left to Rlght Jun Bell Jeffrey Emmons Gordon Jenkms Wardre Starr STANDING Robert Grlssom Bob Honnold Joe Hoult John Nave Bernle Morris. LETTERMEN It was the flrst year for Martmsvllle m the tourney VARSITY Th1s was the champlonshlp game of the Ambraw Valley Tourney played on our own floor We won't forget how Bob Honnold caught fue 1n the closmg mmutes ofthe game to put it on ICS wlth a score of 49 to 46 V3 v , -mn, 1,-.. Q 5 2 A 44... A' 614 . 2 ,..-f' C an 4-Q., --.. w 11" ,V 'W ' V .D ' I 5 BCL-in 1 ' , - ' 51' ' 'l f , , ,,,, ,.V A f 1 v-.', ' l M9 -1,,,,,.w , x 1 I . v - ' Q5 , " f . , V . 'Hp W li HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Coach LeRoy Eicken, Joe Hoult, Bob Honnold, Jim Bell, Jeff Emmons, Bob Grissom. BACK ROW: David Boyer, Sherman Jenkins, Jim Honnold, Jerry Brink- ley, Jim Coulter, Gordon Jenkins, Bob Thurman, Butch Riggen. 7. QNL Joe Hoult - a valuable man on the team Bob Grissom Get set! Ready go! BASE- . ,MBA u. .- .- ... . .- .'.. ... ... .- ... .. fl..- 0...- 3... .nn ... ... ..- ... ..- .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 1 I I - .......... -vw-' ......... lv-f '. . . . . . . . - - - ,'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'. ....-......- .......-..- -.......... .-........--. ...........-- .--........... x Jim Honnold Second Base jeff Emmons .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.................................., ............................... Ambraw Conference Play Chrisman Chrisman Chrisman Chrisman Chrisman Chrisman Chrisman Kansas Kansas Scottland Westfield Westfield Brocton Brocton Right Field .'. .'.'. .'.'.'. . . . Bernie Morris First Base 5 3 2 2 '7 1 Jerry David Jim Bell 3 Pitcher Catcher GRADE SCHOOL TRACK TEAM FRONT ROW, Left to Right: John Fleetwood, Gary Oakes, Ramsey Cook, David Riggen, Larry Starr, Conrad Yates, Bobby Miller, Dennie Knight. BACK ROW: Mr. Richard Farmer, Bobby Jenness, Tommy David, Gary Thompson, Jim Wilson, Jim Wells, Duane Fidler, Bobby Kinney, Bobby Campbell, Marlin Wilson, Mickey Mattingly. 'akin Track Meet Place Winners gay' -if nd" 4 WSE QQ' Mr. Farmer Bob Campbell I im Wells Dennie Knight GRADE CHEERLEADERS Sandra Scott Lee Vance Nancy Scott Vicki Ingram HEA V YWEIGH TS LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Mil- lis, Jim Wilson, Gary Winans, Dean Tucker, Edward Brown, John Stultz, Bill Brinkley, Jimmy Wells, Dallas Good, Coach Richard Farmer. MASCOT LIGHTWEIGHTS " -4 B4 51 . , Charlee 300116 LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Farmer, Denniel. Knight, Gary Thompson, Bobby Heavyweighfs won 0 Lost 11 Campbell, Marlin Wilson, Mike Mattingly, Bobby Malaise. Lightweights Won 5 Lost 5 1 s 2 z N if Qs 5 TWP 'W W W H MI 31 X M gg, a as in ' le :if '4 F L1 1 1 X 5' Xa M W ,ww ,V ACTIVITIES' N .. , u 3 1 1 5 ff W - 1 J, .Q Mlm-Z, 5-9,75 H., , ,gs 4 has-A-.W ' . E 3,7 1' 3 fr X W Q XJ. , A 1 ,L M. Mx ,Mvf , Q93 il.. 4 . . 1- Y u ,V 'f .QV- ffi, 0 , . 1 -,fme , ,E W, . 'Af sf,Cz Gy '-f ' . x'I!'zT'?.',? . , x .yy . . f , 1 X , 4 7 ,. Wy' :J 2 'ying Bgfir' , W if , -uf f'u-aft? iw, - M -. ' A' .xr 4' m. ".w,.vg Y, 'rf .-Ziff? j Tl' . 1 R I vb, l.f?'w-. ,4- x I .1 Juruor Senlor Prom FESTIVAL OF S! ...M .aa THE LANTERN May 16, 1959 . TM . A., X 4 , . ax. . - , ' . sl Q Ilflg - O A , sf. . 4, " . -Li' I - 4 Q . I , . . H ' x':",fh,'- V. . ' ' 555. A t 4 -4 ' . '.i'-342 "'-it 5 C' .'Lfx.L, " I sf .N ' -, -4 ,' -1 , , A- A .pa ,1 N ' ' X.-.. "' he ,f""5' 1 1 VA ,:"' W 4 ,f v X . v. .. . ff, , wg Q V I , 'rx . J " V e V. A , 1 V 1- X 4 -N, -1 4 . 1 , f .f V. A . : . 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If .tx ,ara-, :riff '. .Q ll X A fr' in X 'ml 9 ' "1 , ,4-3i.p f4-,- 1 4 'nk Qty' " 1 , gg, Q.. ,ff , 's,.,.+ ? 1 'A ,ve x Sf, SQ W ,mx J n K 44 A , 1 X 1:- STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, composed of nine members of the student body, is the governing group that sets up policies for the control of extracurricular func- tions. Through various fund raising means this year, they purchased a thermo-fax duplicator, some ping- pong tables, and assisted in paying for the intercom system which was already installed. PRESIDENT -- Jim Bell VICE -PRESIDENT -- Dean Craig SECRETARY -TREASURER -- Cheryl Allison REPORTER -- Wardie Starr DEBATE Resolved: That the U. S. should adopt the essential features of the British educational system, was the 1958-59 debate topic. These students had a true"fifth class" composed of research, interviews, and prac- tice debates. Debating is an excellent learning ex- perience--just ask any of these people! SPEECH CLUB Make-up, stage flats, making money, having fun! These words were common to the speech club. They worked hard this year to earn money to pay royalties for the class plays. They also did a lot of work on play sets. All in all, they received good experience which will be valuable in speech contests, class plays, and in life itself. PRESIDENT -- Dorothy Short VICE-PRESIDENT -- Judy Thompson SECRETARY-TREASURER --RoseAnnScott REPORTER -- Tom Winans SOCIAL CHAIRMAN -- Sharon David LIBRARY STAFF The library of almost 3,800 vol- umes was more than one person could handle. A staff of students helped Mr. Yount by checking books in and out, fil- ing books, and making cards for thecata- log. They were a great help to the student body in research and historical work. STANDING, Left to Right: Cynthia Decker, Linda Scott, Dorothy Areson, Leladean Fulton, Bob Jenkins, Salli G1' k, D T t L d B lla d. SEATED: LynneRoh:irson, ligase ScZt1,aMir?amrYount. T FRONT ROW: Charles Kindred, John Nave, Judy Thompson, Brenda Shaw, Don Tate, Elizabeth Scott, Brenda Moore. BACK ROW: Lynda Ballard, Tom Winans, Linda Scott, Dorothy Areson, Leladean Fulton, Jeffrey Emmons, Larry Redman, Miriam Yount, Mary Ruth Tibbs, Nancy Miller, Mrs. Darling, Sponsor. "No-no-let's go over that again: Look at your audience! Meet that deadline!" 'I'hese were the familiar words that greeted the speech contestants as they doggedly practiced daily. This was the first year that Chrisman entered District Spwch Con- test in individual events. Out of nine possible first places given at contest, Chrisman captured two. As a school, we took third place out of twelve schools. Outstanding winners: Dorothy Areson . . . . .Oratorial Declamation Leladean Fulton . . . . . AfIC1"DiIU1Cl'5D93-king Jeffrey Emmons . . . . . Extemporanwv-S Speaking Don Tate ..... .............. C omedy Linda Scott . . . . . 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A Y , , ' , , :Ig ' 3 VALENTINE DANCE LEFT TO RIGHT Betty Ryan Junlor Patty Hobson Freshman Jerry Hoult Freshman Kmg Earl Petticrew Queen Judy Thompson Lynn W11son Sophomore Dorothy Morgan Senlor and 111113811 Sen1or SHOW An Amateur Show was held dur mg the evemng and the two top win ners were First L1tt1e Earl and his Earlybirds Second Steve and Carol Spencer Accordron Duet Llttle Earl and Ins Earlybu-ds LEFT TO RIGHT Lynn Wrlson Don Tate Wardre Starr Tom Wrnans Earl Petucrew Jeff Emmons AMATEUR I "SMlLlN' THROUGH" Presented by The Senior Class Directed by Mrs. Patricia Darling LEFT TO RIGHT Patricia Shuler Lloyd Veach Dorothy Morgan Gordon Jenkins Don Tate, Charlotte Kmdred ,T eff Emmons Gilbert Murray Patty Trout Ginger Rhode Lynn Robison Joe Nave SYNOPSIS PROLOGUE Outside the Gate ACT I The Carteret Garden 1914 ACT II Scene I The same F1fty years before Scene II The same 1914 ACT III The same 1919 m love with Kenneth Wayne, but her English Uncle, John Carteret, who has reared her absolutely forbids their marriage. Pressed for an explanation he begins the story of a tragedy that happened fifty years ago when he and .Terermah Wayne were m love with Moonyeen Clair She chose to marry Carteret and Wayne, becoming madly jealous forced his way Jn on the night of the wedding. The spirit of lovely Moon yeen comes Srmlin' Through ' to bring happiness to the young lovers THE PLOT: Kathleen Dungannon, whose speech still shows the lingering influence of an Irish nurse, is Sarah Moonyeen W1111e CAST Sarah W ayne Mary Clare John Carteret Dr Owen Hardmg Ellen Kathleen Dungannon wlllle Amley Kenneth Wayne Ieremlah Wayne Moonyeen Clare Weddmg Guests Ginger Rhode Patricia Shuler , Don Tate Jeffrey Emmons Dorothy Morgan Patncla Trout Lloyd Veach Gilbert Murray Gordon Jenkms Charlotte Cralg Joe Nave Lynn Robison 'Q Kenneth 'fu' "'-4. Dr Owen Ieremlah Ellen Mary Weddmg Guest Av Kathleen There s a httle green gate at whose trelhs I wait, while two eyes so true come Sm11m' Through at me. 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Mrs Barbara Winkler Adviser La Donna Mattingly Judy Thompson Secretary Maryln Froman Treasurer Nancy Collins V1ce President STANDING Cynthia Decker Mary Alice Hollingsworth Lucllle Batchelor Lmda Lunger Sallie Glick Ruth Parker and Linda Dial QNot shown Betty Ryan Pres1denty FUTURE FARMERS SEATED, Left ro Right: Earl Petticrew, Secretaryg Dean Craig, Vice-President, Lloyd Veach, President, Earl Langford, Sentinelg George Key, Treasurer. STANDING: Charles Kindred, Charles Spillman, Jim Shuler, Joe Hoult, Richard Kindred, Bill Langford, Jim Kindred, John Hale, Ronnie Hoult, Bernie Morris, Tom Winans, Phil Jones, and Mr. Robert Emmons, Adviser. .ltsf it, M Q., u I e WF f7? ww 5 G L 32 '11 H ,gif 1 "Win Z'2- -..Q- Nlaqis- ,Mis 5 ' 3. JV '- z 2 5 f ,ff 5 ,3 I X 2 N 3 M-, 1 -- ' sl ,,,.-.,..l 44 Don Tate Pres1dent Patric1a Trout Secretary Reporter Miriam Yount A TIUNAL HUNOR SOCIETY NATlO NAL HONOR SOCIETY X! Jeffrey Emmons V1ce PICSICISHI ff' Barbara Areson Treasurer Lynda Ballard xx 'f 7 3 ffl A61 Patricia Shuler 1955 Patr1c1a Good Mary Honnold Max Land Marilyn Owen Rachel Robms Eugene Ryan NEW MEMBERS 0F 1958 Marvin Ballard Joe Glick Rita Loop 1958 '59 Mr Millard l. Yount Faculty Adviser NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X! EL HOKE CHAPTER ROLL OF HONOR 1956 Darrel JCDRIIIS Linda Oakes Suzanne See Cora Walker Roy Wood Barbara Mathews Roberta Montagnino Georgia Ann Myles 1960 Lynda Ballard Linda Scott Miriam Yount 1959 Barbara Areson Jeffrey Emmons Don Tate Patricia Trout Patricia Shuler Linda Scott 1957 Robert Yontz Tom Bolton Baritone Sax J eff Emmons Baritone Jerry Hoult Trumpet L ' i 'U ik, 4 Joe Hoult Tenor Sax Dennie J. Knight Drum Bill Brinkley Bassoon Leladean Fulton Clarinet Q N-ln Vicki Ingram Clarinet . it ,,' x Q . A Becky Lewis Flute and Chimes XX Nancy Collins Flute Mary K. Gilbert Alto Sax Stanley Culton Cornet Sallie Glick Flute Mr. Carlysle Browning Director Bobby Jenkins Trombone Bob Malaise Bass Clarinet Gordon J enkms Sousaphone T . . Q., ta. ' ' " '.,v ' Kay Malaise Flute Tommy David Alto Horn Dale Greenlee Clarinet Jimmy Hoult Trumpet Bobby Kinney Trumpet Sheri Maxey Oboe Mike Mooney Tenor Sax James Shuler Drum Steve Morgan Clarinet Patricia Shuler Clarinet Gilbert Murray French Horn Larry Starr Trombone 1? Patricia Trout Clarinet Don Tate - Band President Alto Sax Lynn Wilson Marlin Wilson Gary WiI18I1S Trombone Trumpet SOUSGDUOUG Earl Petticrew Clarinet Wardie Starr Steve Phipps Alto Horn Gary Thompson Bass Trumpet K' .- . 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