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patronage of school affairs and for the help given
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Illncis Wesleyan University
University of Illinois
Edward V Hahn. A.B.
Illinois wcsleyen University
University oi Illinois
Janet Dowse, B.S.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Mary Ann Hack, A.B.
Gust Ferri Jr., BQS.
Illinois State Normal
University of Illinois
Clarene NcCenghey, A.A.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Illinois State Normal
Bessie Donahue, B.Ms ED,, M.M
Chicago Institute of Music
Colu bia School of Music
Illinois Wesleyan University
Gisela Lask, A.B.
Illinois State Normal
Everett Sandusky, B.B.S.
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Let2usxtravel,back fou yearsqto the'fallfotfl95O whgngiwgpfit
four green Dfreshrnengjthe 'yClass, of 'Shy' started fout on? e'r!.hi'gh
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Initiation of the! incoming Freshin'a7n Class was ,conducted by the
Sophomores as a part,6f the annualkhigh school"homecoming cele-
bration in Octoberl' FT6ShmGiXqEiT1S,'dT6ESGdffgS negro mam ies,
were required to look after the boys who were dressed as helpless
babies. The girls trundled baby buggies and gave the baby boys
occasional rides in the wheeled vehicles. The boys carried bottles
and dolls as a part of their initiation chore.
The return party tendered to the Sophomores in November con-
sisted of a treasure hunt in and out of the village of Cullom and
a Weiner roast at the farm home of Marilyn Kewley.
Members of the class prominent in many school activities were
Betty Clark, Sandra Haag, and Velma Nettleingham became members of
the 'M1-S. and Her Misses," c. C. H. s. All-Girl swing band. Scotty
Long won a starting position on the varsity basketball team. Other
fresh en participating in athletics were Jerome Deany, Jack Dutton,
Paul Deany, James Stucker, Roger Corkill and Gerald Harms. Those
who prepared solos for the music contest were Betty Clark, Marilyn
Kewley, and Velma Nettleingham. Literary contestants were Lois
Ann Tinker, Velma Nettleingham, and Sandra Haag. Semester honors
were won by John Berberich, Sandra Haag, Velma Nettleingham, Rita
Sadler, James Stuckerg Arletta Ginter, Lois Ann Tinker, Jerome
Deany, and Paul Deany.
They started their Sophomore year with twenty-four students
but lost one later on in the year, Annabelle Widmer, who moved to
They elected the following officers: President, Lois Tinken
Vice-President, Annabelle Widmerg Secretary-Treasurer, John Berb-
erich. Mrs. Hack was named as class advisor.
During the Homecoming the Sophomores initiated the fresh an
and later were given a return party. Anabelle was selected as
an attendant to the Homecoming Queen,
Outstanding students throughout the year were: Scotty Long
and Jack Dutton in athletics, Velma Nettleingham, Sandra Haag, and
Betty Clark were members of the Girls' Orchestra. Sandra Haag,
Velma Nettleingham, Betty Clark, and Lois Tinker took part in the
music and literary contests sponsored by the school. Those on the
honor roll included: Sandra Haag, Velma Nettleingham, John Berb-
erich, Rita Sadler, Lois Ann Tinker, and Arletta Ginter.
At the beginning of the year the Junior Class consisted of
twenty-two students, however, John Berberich left the class the
first semester. Two members, Donald Irvin and Virgil Roche, joinei
the class later in the year. A
They elected the following officers: President, Rita Sadler,
Vice-President, Paul Deanyg Secretary, John Berberichg Treasurer,
Jack Dutton. Mrs. Dowse was named class advisor.
Lois Ann Tinker and Jack Dutton were chosen to be attendants
for the Homecoming King and Queen.
Outstanding students in football were: Roger Corkill, Scotty
Long, Jerome Deany, Jack Dutton, Paul Deany, Gerald Harms,. and
James Stucker. Those who received letters were: Roger Corkill
Scotty Long, Jerome Deany, and Jack Dutton.
Those who entered in track events were: Scotty Long, Jack
Dutton, Roger Corkill, James Stucker, Jerome Deany, Gerald Harms,
and Paul Deany.
The junior class presented the play, WClcmentineU, on Novembe-
2l, 1952. The cast was as follows: CLEMENTINE, Sandra Haag, MRS.
KELLY, Lois Ann Tinker, CATHY, Velma Nettleinghamg JANE ANN, Jean
Donleyg ANN MCNEIL, Rita Sadler, MISS PRINGLE, Betty Clarkg' MR.
KELLY, Scotty Long, HANK MATTHEWS, Roger Corkillg ABE CARTER, Paul
Deanyg BERTHA, Arletta Ginterg PETE, Jack Dutton, TUBBY, James
Members of the class included on the honor roll were: James
Stucker, Marilyn Kewley, Leis Ann Tinker, Velma Nettleingham,
Rita Sadler, Sandra Haag, Arletta Ginter, and Betty Clark.
Students playing in the swing band, Mrs, and Her Misses and
Gorgeous Gussie and Her Gas House Gang, were: Velma Nettleingham,
Betty Claik, Sandra Haag, Jean Denley, Lois Ann Tinker, Roger
Corkill, Richard Blackmore, and Gerald Harmsg '
Those active in music and literary 'work were: Jack Dutton
vocal solog Velma Ncttleingham, vocal solo, ensemble, and orationg
Betty Clark, vocal solo and ensembleg Jerry Daany, vocal solog and
Sandra Harg, dramatic reading.
Vehna Nettleingham and Sandra Haag, after winning honors at
the District Speech Gontest, advanced to the Sectional. Sandra
was selected to go to the State, This is the first time in the
history of the achool that a literary contestant has been so rec-
ognizeds' Betty Clark and Velma Nettleingham took part in the
county chorus and Velma Hettleingham attended the allwstate chorus
Outstanding events included the arrival of our class rings.
The height of the year's activities, was the Junior-Senior Trips
Mrs, Dowse and Nrt Ferri accompanied us as faculty advisors. We
visited Washington, saw the famous buildings, and climbed Washing-
ton Munument. Then we Vert to Philadelphia and Baltimore, At New
York we saw the Statue of Liberty, Chinatown, The Bowery, and
visited Rockefeller Center and saw a stage show, Finally we re-
turned to Chicago on May 7th, full of exciting experiences about
The senior class began its year at Cullom High with twenty-
one members. Margaret Musselman did not return to school. Offic-
ers choscn to lead the class were: Jack Dutton, Pxesidentg Jerry
Deany, VlC6wPTG3ldSHtj Gerald Hanna, Secretaryg and Roger Corkill,
Treasurer? At an early meeting, the class chose its colors,
dubonnct and silverg its flower, violetsg and its motto, UTHE EEST
IS YET TG COME.H
Jimmy Stucker was chosen as editor to the Gullog, and his
assistant was Paul Deany,
Velma Nettleingham, Sandra Haag, and Gerald Harms, took part
in the music and literary contests. Velma Nettleingham, and Sandra
Haag took part in the literary contest at Onarga, and both of the
girls rated first place divisions,
A SUWMET, A
The students of the academy of Dramatic and Allied Arts are
extremely excited, for,they are expecting a very famous actress,
Prudence Mason, who will guest star in one of their plays. Mean-
while the director, Mr. Bach, 'is getting all in order. Phil, a
pleasant you g painter, is looking for his girl, Janet. She turns
up with a bad cold, after having walked through the hills barefoot
trying to get in the Wmoodn for her part. Phil begs her to give up
her career and marry him. She refuses. She will wait to see the
Into this mad house of art comes our famous actress. She is
dumbfoundedl She has no idea how to cope with these over-arty
students, and they are taken aback to learn that she gives no time
to such nonsense herself. To make matters worse for the actress
she has a personal problem that roughly parallels that of Janet
and the painter, Phil. The way in which she handles her problem
and that of the other couple makes for an uproarous ending.
Janet Ross -----
Phil Ford ------
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John Redman ----- ------- ------ ------------ -Gerald Harms
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Miss Frecman----- -------- --- --------------- -Rita Clark
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Tad Voorhis- ------ -------- --
- Mr. Bach, the head of the department ----- ----- Paul Deany
Dean of Women, of the university ------------- Betty Clark
Prudence Mason, a visiting actress ---------- -Sandra Haag
Claire Carter, her friend --------------------- Ann Tinker
Jerry Flanagan, from Eollylood ------------- -Jerdms Dcahy
Arthur Scott, Jr., Prudences' finance ------ Roger Corkill
Property Managers --------- Ronald Haberkorn, Holland Read
Stage Managers ---------------- -Scotty Long, Virgil Rocke
Ushers- ----------- -- - ------- -- -------- -Junior Girls
Director ---- --------- - ------ Anr. Hahn
Make-Up--- -- - ----- -----Mrs. Hack
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WE, THE CLASS OF 195D of Cullom
counties of Livingston and Ford and
the United States of America, being
taking note that a sudden end of our
scheduled for late in April of the year
publish, devise, and declare this to
Commurnty High School, in the
of the State of Illinois in
sound mind and memory, and
associations together is
l9SLL A. D., do hereby make
be our Last Will and Testamezt
revoking any and all Wills by us heretofore made:- A
FIBSTLY: We hereby direct the Executor of this Will to pay ary
and all just debts incurred by us and remaining unsettled at our
SECDNDLY: We further direct that any and all sums left after
payment of just debts and expenses be given, devised, and bequeath-
ed to our Alma Mater to be used for the betterment of the fine
purposes for which said Alma Mater was established.
THIRDLY: We further direct our Executor to enqnedite the trans-
fer of the hereinafter named special
bequests of -treasured individ-
ual possessions oi' members of our Class to the hereinafter named
heirs to our good fortune , to wit:
I, Jean Donley, bequeath my natural
curly hair to my sisters, Rita
Ann Tinker, bequeath my hearty appetite to Carolyn Reed who
Rolland Read, bequeath my curly hair to Jim Price. V J I
Peggy Billerbeek, bequeath my many giggles to Janet Ellinger,
Jerry Deany, bequeath my ability to get along with everybody to
any needy person.
Richard Blackmore , bequeath my photography to my brothers.
Ronald Haberkorn, bequeath my back seat in study hall to anyone
tired enough to take advantage of it.
Arletta Ginter, bequeath to my sister the hope that she will
have all the good times I have had while in school.
Jack Dutton, bequeath to my brother my ability to get out ofthe
afternoon study hall.
Sandra Haag, bequeath my ability to talk myself out of jams to
Rita Sadler, bequeath all the fun of making new friendships to
Billie Mae Twiehaus.
Betty Clark, bequeath my ability to whistle to Carol Telford.
Paul Deany, bequeath my ability to get ids in history to any
Scotty Long, bequeath my height to Terry Flessner.
Gerald Harms, bequeath my different hair styles to Duane Harms.
Roger Corkill, leave my humor in English class to Ronnie Hack.
Marilyn Kewley, leave my knowledge of the library to my sister,
Velma Nettleingham, leave my ability to get along with music
teachers to Rodney Fraher.
Jim Stucker, leave my camera and my uklele to the next person
who has my locker and cares to dig down after them.
Virgil Rocke, leave my taxi service after school to Kenny Tharp.
Rita Clark , leave my height to Judy Grubbs.
POURTHLY: We jointly direct that the following bequests beexeeutei
We, the Seniors of l95h, bequeath to the Junior class the
ability to remain modest, industrious, and effiecient students,
during their Senior year, as we did.
We, the Seniors of l95h, bequeath to the Sophomore class, our
diligence and co-operative manners in working together, and hope
this will prove valuable to them in earning money for the trip.
We, the Seniors of l95h, bequeath to the Freshman class, the
air of sophistication and the ability to conduct themselves prop-
erly in public which will help them become more worthy students.
We, the Senior class of l95h, leave our humble thands and gret
itude to the faculty who have so patiently tolerated our antics,
mischirf, and childish actions during the past four years.
We, the Senior class of l95h, leave to the janitors all our
m scellnneous articles that we have so carelessly left lying
around, with the hope that they will not have difficulties in find-
ing a trash pile big enough for them.
We, the Senior class of l95h, leave to the cooks the hope that
the next Senior classes will be as dependable in coming to dinner
as we have been.
We, the Senior class of 19574, leave to the bus drivers the
hope that they may have as good a behavior from the other students
as they have had from us.
We. the Senior class of l9Sh leave to the Directors Parents
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and all paxoons oi the school our deep ielt gratitude for all the
things they have done to make our four years in high school a
We, the Seniors, being of sound mind and muscle, do declare
this to be our list Will and Testiment, withdrawing any previous
statement's and intentions.
Having each decided to go our seperate ways, we propose to
leave these bits of useless information.
To the school as a whole, we the class of 'Sh, leave ------- -
--- - ------ ---fwith relieflll
In titness whereof, We the Class of 19511, the testators
have to this will, set our hands and seal thisif th day of May
in the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty- our.
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This instrument, we on the day of the date thereof signed
published, and declared by the said testetors and 195lL Senior
Class to be their last will and Testament, in presence of us who
at their request have subscribed our names thereto as witnesses,
in their presence and in the presence of each otherg and we fur-
ther certify that we verily believe that at the time of executing
the same the said testators were of sound mind and memory. A
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be fun to check up on my old high school classmates. The prospect
of renewing old acquaintances would beta welcome relief from the
monotony of my constant travels.
As my train neared a tunnel somewhere in the mountain region
in the eastern part of the Un ted States, I decided it would be
best to expose myself to the train conductor or engineer rather
than risk death on top of the engine which was going to clear the
tunnel's upper wall only by inches.
As I climbed down from my perch on top of the engine, I sud-
denly realized that the engineer was a woman, probably the first
woman engineer of a big locomotive. She certainly added a femi-
nine touch to the train. After engineer Jean Donley and I chatted
about the good old days in high school, she used her priority to
secure larger and more comfortable accommodations on the train for
meg 1 . , ' i
Upon arrival at the pullman car, the first person to speak to
me was a colored person whose features were similiar to Ronald
Haberkorn's. lt was Ronald all rightg he had colored himself with
charcoal to get a job as a porter. - ,, .
As I was hungry, I started toward the dining car. Someone
asked me to adjust her seat for her and then she handed me a five-
dollar bill, 'I later learned that Lois Ann Tinker had fallen heir
to the Johnson'Wax Company and was now very wealthy. ,
I passed through the circus car and I noticed that the fat
woman grinned at me. Looking again, I realized that it was Rita
Clark, who had sacrificed her figure to make a quick million.
While I was eating and looking out the window, I saw an enor-
mous sign which read, WNOW IN PERSON---GERALD HARMS GIVING H S
LECTURES ON INTRA-SPACE TRAVEL.W I stopped off to give him some
pointers, surrendering my accommodations on the train by doing so
On the pictures I saw that the first Miss Universe, who was
a resident of the moon, was another of my classmates, namely Rita
It was hard to catch a fast freight in such a small Eastern
town, so I decided to talk to a junkman who was collecting junk
from the junkyard. I was astonished to find it was Jack Dutton,
who was doing a thriving business.
Jack told me to go to a nearby town where Roger Corkill was
running a used car lot, selling the cars his wife had worn out.
Roger told me Holland Read had become a millionaire selling a type
of yeast which allowed a person to make donuts without cutting
holes in them. He didn't tell me his major secrets for fear that
I would compete with him.
I was going to hitch-hike to Chicago when I noticed a train
pulled up to a siding- I hopped the freight and found a comfort-
able spot on the surface of a cattle car, where I found a fellow
hobo. I asked him for the details of the train and found that
cousin Paul knew the best spots of the train nearly as well as I.
We were going over a small lake when the train inspector
spotted us. In order to conceal our idenity and keep from hurt-
ing our reputation, we ju ped into the river.
Realizing the shore was nearly 100-yards away, we swam toward
a small rowboat occupied by a sleeping fisherman. We were utterly
astounded to see Scotty spending his 365 leisure days of this leqa
year fishing and sleeping.
Taking us ashore he pointed out the house of Virgil Roche,th
Secretary of the U. N., who had built himself a secluded shack in
this territory. We remembered him as a great outdoor man when in
We greatly enjoyed the scenic beauty of this particular area,
but we never expected to find Richard flackmore, the famous motion
picture director, here also, making a movie. He gave Paul and me
permission to watch the movie stars perfonn.
Being lovers of animals, we decided to visit the Brookfield
Zoo, if it took no money to enter. We were greatly surprised to
find the head physican was Velma Nettleingham, who is widely known
as the world's foremost animal-mind specialist.
Upon arrival at the village of Cullom, by means of a fast no
m.p.h. freight train, I spied James Stucker chasing a butterfly
with a net-like affair. When I caught up to him, he said that he
was the village dog catcher. It seems he was elected to lure dogs
as he used to lure girls during his high school years.
I wanted to see my former classmate Sandra Haag, who was said
to be highly successful. Having on my only set of clothing and
also because of my habit of getting dizzy at heights, I decided it
best just to wave at her and watch her paint the top of the water
tower. She does a thriving business all over the U. S. painting
Paul, the more cultured of the two of us went down to the
business district and watched Betty Clark perform at her opera
house, the only one remaining in the state. Her performances are
considered to be the reason for the closing of the other opera
houses in Illinois.
Farther down the street I ran into a group of soldiers who
were escorting the former Marilyn Kewley across the street. I had
heard she was married to a five-star general, but I didn't know
her new name so I didnit speak to her. Her husband had led the AJ!
lied troops on an invasion of Christmas Island, which was being
attacked by tropical birds.
I learned that Arletta Ginter, who studied to be a nurse afta'
high school, met a rich doctor recently and married him. Now they
are one of the most important nurse-doctor teams in the medical
As I walked farther down the street, I came to a pole which
was partly concealed by a sigh stating, HVote for Peggy Billerbeck
for Mayor.W Since, by reason for my occupation, it is not my nat-
ure to become too familiar with minions to the law, I hastily took
leave to the old home town and resumed my leisurely travel of the
U. S. A.
You don't know do you
Want to make a bet
Dem's fightn' words
Look out Bub
Dig that crazyh--
Ohl for Pete's sake
Crying out loud
Go fly a kite
I'1l clue you
I about died
Ohi co e now
AMBTTION OUTSTANDING FEATURE PASTIME
Roller skating champ
Pilot for a big airline
Disposlng of N. Y. Yankees
Director of a Broadway Hit
Millionaire in Calif.
Bachelor with a Cadillac
See the world
Getlthrough nurses training
Become a man
Housewife with husband
Listening to radio
Playing the piano
Going to shows
Going to neighboring towns
Playing for marimba solos
Goes to Kempton
Staying with girl friends
Going to dances
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,h
Music Program 2,3,h
Hi-Times Staff h
RICHARD B ACKMORE
Boys' Chorus l,2,3
V. V. Chorus 1
Music Program 2,3
Boys' Orchestra 2,3
Class Vice-President 1
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,h
District Chorus h
State Chorus h
V. V. Chorus 1
Music Program 2,3,h
Girls' Ensemble 2,3
Girls' Orchestra 2,3,h
Orchestra Treasurer M
Liv. County Chorus 3
Hi-Times Staff h
Essay Contest 3
Girls' Chorus l,2,3
Music Program 2,3
Class Treasurer h
Boys' Chorus 2
Music Program 2
Boys' Orchestra 2,3
Football Letter 3,h
Basketball Letter 3,h
Football Co-Captain M
Track Co-Captain h
District Track h
F.F.A. President h
F.F.A. Vice-President 3
F.F.A. Secretary 2
JE DME DEANY
Class Vice-President h
Boys' Chorus h,3
District Chorus h
Music Program 2,3,b
District Solo 3
Vo Vo S010 3
Football Letter 3,h
Basketball letter 3,M
Class Vice President 3
Boys 'Chorus 3 '
Music Program 2,3,M
Football Letter 3 M
Basketball g 3 Jil
Cullog Asst. Editor M
Semester Honors S,6,7
AG Scholastic Award M
F.F.F. Project Award M
Girls' Chorus l,2,3
Music Program 2,3,M
Girls' Orchestra 3,M
Hi-Times Staff M
Homecoming Queen M
HStardust W M
Class Treasurer 3
Class President M
Boys' Chorus l,2,3,M
District Chorus M
V. V. Chorus l
Music Program 2,3,M
Boys' Ensemble 2
Football Letter 3,M
Basketball Letter 3
Football Captain M
Homecoming King M
NStardust U M
F.FQA. Secretary 3
F.F.A. Vice President M
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,M
District Chorus M
State Chorus M
V.V. Chorus l,M
Music Program 2,3,M
Girls' Chorus 2,3,M
State Chorus M
V.V. Chorus M
Music Program 2,3,M
District Piano Solo 2,3,M
District Literary 2,3,M
Sectional Literary 2,3,M
State Literary 3
V.V. Literary l,3,M
Orchestra 1, 2'3,Ll.
Orchestra Vice-President 3
Orchestra President M
Hi-Times Staff M
Semester Honors l,2,3,M,S,6,7
Boys' Chorus 2
Music Program 2
GERALD HA MS
Class Secretary M
Boys' Chorus 1,2 3,M
District Chorus M
V.V. Chorus 1
Cantata 1 '
Music Program 2,3,M
Boys' Ensemble 2
Band l,2,3,M A
Boys' Orchestra 2,3
Football Letter 3,M
Basketball l,2,3 '
Hi-Timos Staff M
Cullpg M A
Class President 1
Cantata 1 '
Football Letter 2 3
Track Letter l,2,3,M
Basketball Co-Captain M
Track Co-Captain 3,M
District Track 1,3,M
NC1ementineN 3 V
VELMA NETTLEINGHAM ,
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,M
District Chorus M
State Chorus M
V.V. Chorus l,M
Cantata l f
Music Program 2,3,M
District Solo 3,h
District Literary 2,3,U
Sectional Literary 3
V.V. Literary 2,3,M
District Essay Contest 2
Local American Legion Essay2
Band 1,2,3,M ' '
Girls' Orchestra l,2,3,M
Orchestra Vice-President M
Livingstion County Chorus 3
All State Chorus 3
Semester Honors 1,2,3,h,5,6,7
Boys' Chorus 3,h
District Chorus h
Music Program 2,3,h
Tiskelwa, Illinois 1,2
Boys' Chorus 3,h
District Chorus h
Music Program h
Class President 3
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,h
state Chorus h
V.V. Chorus l,h
Music Program 2,3,h
Band 1 -
Hi-Times Staff h
Semester Honors 1,2,3,h,5,6,7
Boys' Chorus l,2,3,h
District Chorus h
Vovo Chorus 1
Music Program 2,3,h
Cullog Editor h
Semester Honors l,2,7
Class President 2
Girls' Chorus l,3,h
State Chorus h
V.V. Chorus 1,h
Music Program 2,3,h
Vivo Literary 2
Band 1,2,3,h '
Orchestra Secretary h
Hi-Times Staff h
Homecoming Attendant 3
Essay Contest h
Semester Honors 1,2,3,h,6
Shut the door ----- Nervous----Having fun ---- Pose pretty ----- Cousins
Hungry----Don't fall off ---- Three pals ----- Tired boys ------ Dreamer
Schoolfs out ---- Interesting game ---- Hard work ---- Worried---4Monkey
business ----- Juniors ------ Sandy ----- Dressed up ------ Sohpomore pals
Relaxation--Butz's---Hel Woman ---- Cheerleaders ---- Lovers ---- Picnic
Is that sol---Gab session ---- gard workers----Old pals ------ Popular
Kenney ----- Sisters ----- Little Rollie ----- Nice pose ------- Fattening
Senior pals ----- Too bad Jack! Empty----Show off ------ -More Juniors
Tired monkeys ----- Cut-ups ----- Cullom man ----- Wow! ------- Peg's party
Escape artists ---- Fuzzy----Old friends ---- Fresh an chums-----Shall
we waltz ---- Studious students ---- Dig the crazy kids ---- Hokey Pokey
Come and get it ----- Hit him----Short shortse----O. H,
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and Mr. Ferri, left Cullom on a bus heading for Chicago where we
were met by Henry W. Boersma and Jim Kearney, who were going to take
us on the six exciting days in the east. After boarding the Cclurrbia,
Wowmra on our way to Washington. During the 18 hours on the train,
we went through Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvarna, West Virg:f.nia. We
arrived in Washington D. C. in the morning.
all Mon. May L1--In washington we- nausea the
QQQ Capitol. There we saw the Statuary HaD,
i Ls The Rotunda, the House of Representa-
if g -3'-L tives, and the Senate. After eating
3 dinner at the hotel, we again returned
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Q , ff N Institute. Returning to our hotel for a
q ,. W' change of clothing, we then went to
Qfyqfdfgfxgrtkxfixk D Casino Royal for supper followed by a
LA f tour of Washington at night. N
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for our own pleasure, Some went shop--
.. ...,. -- ,, ping, some visited the Senate and Hn.-use
of Representatives, and talked to Les lirends. In the ai'terncon we
visited the embassies, Arlington Cemetery, Mount Vernon, J efferson
Memorial, and Lincoln's Memorial. Then we went to Union Station ,
and boarded the train that took us to New York City. We arrived
in New York at ll:OO p.m., after coming from New Jersey by ferry.
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and Broadway. After supper at
the hotel, we went to Radio City ' ,,
Music Hall and saw the movie "Shane," which was followeni ' y. a
stage show. After the show, we visited Times Square and-4:1ef:-43Jfm-
pire State Building. Then we headed for the much needed sleep,
Thurs. May 7--This morning was free, and we all went different ways,
some went to the Statue of Liberty, some went swimming, some went
shopping and some visited other parts of the. city. This afternoon
we returned to our train for the trip home. In the evening we held
a party in honor of Henry Boersma and his assistant, Jim Kearney.
Fri. May 8--We arrived in Chicago about 9:00 a.m., we ate dinner
and went shopping. We arrived in Cullom about 3:00 p.m. and were
met by parents and the other students. ,
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the ialffo? l9blu At their first class meeting they,ehcse the
folimmi, .5o.f"1c:rs to lead them inf' their ipit1a3.,,,yaar at the
school: William Bauerle, President5'Teresa Hahn, Vice-President,
and I.cS:e'1a Wic-'4natn,!Sefzretary-Treastprerx. Mr. Ferri was named as
class advisor. "" XB X -I Q
lnitiation ceremonies conducted by the Sophomores was a memo-
rable affair- Freshmen boys wore skirts, blouses and carried suit-
casesf 'Ihe girls were attired in overalls, shirts .on backwards,
and caxviee baseball bats. The class honored the sophomores a
returr party at the Community Building, Square dancing, games and
lunch highlighted the evening.
During the year the class lost two members, Teresa and Leland.
Saindcn, who moved to Mommence.
Member: who were prominent in the yearls school activities
were: Sportsg Wilber Lauterbach, Stanley McSnlloh, Faul Hartman,
Bill BdUslQB5 Ecrmie Deany, and Raymond Washer, Those who entered
in eitheiziusie or literary contests were: Solosg Marlene Attig,
Janet Ellinger, Lorena Wickham, and Sharon Saathoff. Sharon also
won honors by getting second at the state, Speech, Marjorie
Haren, Lorena Wickham, Stanley'McCulloh, and Roger Casper. Sharon
was also a member of the All Girls' Orchestra,
The honor students were that year as follows: Barbara Bauerla
Bill Bauerle, Betty Bentley, Teresa Hahn, Marjorie Haren, Jerry
Kiley, Ronnie Deany, Ronnie Koerner, Russell Fenner, Nita Ruehle,
Sharon Saathoff, and Lorena Wickham I .
Twenty-five eager Sophomores arrived in 1952 to start another
exciting year, but lost Wayne Dietz after the first semester. They
elected the following officers for the year: Raymond Wascher, Pres
identg Ronnie Deany, Vice-President, and Barbara Bauerla Secretaryb
Treasurer. Mrs. Hack was named as class advisor. -
The Sophomores initiated the Freshmen the week before UHome-
comingn and later were given a return party. Two honored sophomores
were Lorena Wickham and Raymond Washer who were elected as atten-
dants to the King and Queen. The Sophomores also took top honors
with their float, NOut for a Big Catch.N
Members of the class that were active in sports were: Wilber
Lauterbach, Ronnie Deany, Stanley McCulloh, and Bill Bauerle.
Barbara Bauerle and Marjorie Haren were elected as two of the
Members who took part in the music and literary contest were
Sharon Saathoff, Janet Ellinger, Marlene Attig, Nita Ruehle,
Lorena Wickham, James Price, Raymond Wascher, and Stanley McCulloh.
The orchestra members were: Lorena 'Wickham, Teresa Hahn, Nita
Ruehle, and Barbara Bauerle, substitutes. Marjorie Haren, and
Janet Ellinger were permanent members.
Chosen on the honor roll were: Barbara Bauerle, Bill Bauerlo,
Sharon Saathoff, Lorena Wickham, Nita Ruehle, Betty Bentley,
Teresa Hahn, Marjorie Haren, Roger Casper, Jerry Kiley, Ronald
Koerner, Ronnie Deany, and Marlene Attig.
The members of the class who took part in the Boys' Orchestra
were: Bill Bauerle, Stanley McCulloh, Raymond Wascher, Jim Price,
and Roger Casper. Sophomores who took part in the county band and
chorus and the state chorus were: Mita Ruehle, Marjorie Haren,
Raymond Wascher, Stanley McCulloh, Sharon Saathoff, and Bill
Twenty-three eager Jtniors arrived in 1953 to start another
exciting year. They elected the following officers for the year:
President, Teresa Hahn, Vice-President, Lorena Wickhamg Secretary,
Nita Rnehleg and Treasurer, Marjorie Harem. Their class advisor
was Mrs. Hack.
Members of the class that were active in sports were: Bill
Bauerle, Ronald Deany, Bobby Hahn, Wilber Lauterbach, Stanley
McCulloh, Jim Price, Norman Telford, and Raymond Wascher.
Lorena Wickham, and Barbara Bauerle were elected as two of
the varsity cheerleaderss Marjorie Haren was elected as a cheer-
leader' of' the second team,
Members oi' the class that took part in the girls! orchestra
were: B11-bm-a Bauerle, Janet Ellinger, Teresa Hahn, Marjorie Harm
Nita Ruehlo, Sharon Saathoff, and Lorena Wickham, '
Those on the honor roll included the following: Marlene Attig,
Barbara Bauorle, William Bauerle, Betty' Bentley, Ronald Deany,
Teresa Hahn, Marjorie Haren, Nita Ruehle, Sharon Saathoff, Roger
Casper, Ronald Koerher, ' and Lorena Wickham: P
Sharon Saathoff and Roger Casper were attendants -to the King
and Que en .
Outstanding events during the year included the arrival of
their class rings and -the Juni-or-Senior Prom on Mayall. gk., -
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Hands of desire --m- Nice truck ----- V ?ho wants it ------- X fJait a minute
Prof and Barb ---- -Studious ---- Sisters ---- -Smile Boys ------ Rough it
up boys ---1- I Iave some ----- 4Lost? ----- Contemplati ng ----- W hat-a-pose
Long legs ---- Card sharks-----Is she heavgv?-----Coach ---- L oaded steps
Pals----Disc jockey- .------Gloomya-----Play pre-:ti-:e??? ---- Umnl Good
Caught in the act ---- -Bus teminal------Dazed------Stupified----S. H.
Mr., Hahn at his peak ----- Some party ---- T hree musketeers--Pepsident
smi1e-- --Humi Iiated ---- L eavi.ng?------Cook?------Gone! ---Mari o--Trouble
Jim ---- D on't mar-r the finishm-----Wamslng the bench ----- That Haag??
Whats in there?-f ----- At the ha'f--------Mother ----- -Mind on Forrest
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Twenty-three timid freshman entered Cullom Com unity High
School in 1952. To lead them through the year they chose the fol-
lowing officers: President, Ronald Groskreutzg Vice-President,
Nancy Koehler, and Barbara Roll, SecretarysTrcasurer. Miss
Rasmussen was named their class advisor. ra
As a part of the annual Homecoming at C.C.H.S., the sopho-
mores conducted the traditional initiation rites for the freshmen.
The class entered a float in the tig Homecoming Parade. 1
The return party for the sophomores was held early in Gctober.
Members of the faculty were guests at the occasion.
Ten members of the class made the Honor Roll for academic
achievement. They were Ruth Ann Flessner, Rodney Fraher, Nancy
Kewley, Nancy' Magee, Nancy Koehler, Barbara Roll, Donna Lee
Bentley, Theresa Dietz, Rita Donley, and Richard Witte.
' The number of the class was reduced to twenty-two when Riehani
Witte moved to Forrest.
Members of the class who participated in the various Literary
Contests held during the year Were: Barbara Roll, Nancy Kewley,
Nancy Koehler, Nancy'Magee, Kenneth Tharp and Denald Donahue.
Members of the class who took an active part in athletics
included: Donald Donahue, Donald Johnson, Rodney Fraher, Duane
Penner, Charles Price, Roger Clark, Donald Blackmore, and Ronald
Groskreutz. Kenneth Tharp served as team manager in both football
The following were band members: Donna Lee Bentley, Roger
Clark, Ruth Ann Flessner, Rodney Fraher, Betty Jehle, Nancy Kewlqy,
Nancy Koehler, Nancy'Magee, Rita Donley, and Mary Donley. Nancy
Kewley was band majorette. Rodney Fraher was a member of the
Boys' Orchestra. All members of the class took part in vocal
Twenty eager sophomores arrived in l9h3 to start another ex-
citing year, but the class lost Donald Johnson and Duane Penner.
Duane moved to Forrest. They elected the following officers for
the year: President, Nancy Koehler, Vice-President, Ronald
Groskreutzg and Theresa Dietz, SecretaryaTreasurer. Miss Lask was
named their class advisor.
The sophomores initiated the freshmen the day of Hotaooning
and were later given a return party. Barbara Roll and Donald
Donahue were chosen as attendents to the King and Queen. 7The
sophomores also entered a float in the parade.
Ralph Whittenberg was a new member of the sophomore class,nho
came to Cullom and entered school in March l, l05h. Their class
now has twenty-one.
Barbara Roll and Nancy Kewley were elected cheerleaders for
the second team. members of the class who were active in sports
were: Donald Donahue, Charles Price, Ronald Broskreutz, Donald
Hedrick, Rodney Fraher, Robert Snodgrass, and Kenneth Tharp, man-
Betty Jehle, Nancy Koehler, Ruth Ann Flessner, Rita Donley,
Nancy Magee, and Barbara Roll participated in the Girls' Orchestra.
The following were band members: Betty Jehle, Kenneth Tharp,
Mary Donley, Barbara Roll, Robert Snodgrass, Nancy Koehler, Rodney
Fraher, Ruth Ann Flessner, Rita Donlay, Nancy Kewley, Donna
Bentley, Nancy Magee, Roger clark.
Members of the class who took part in the Music-Literary con-
tests were: Kenneth Tharp, Mary Donley, Barbara Roll, Ruth Ann
Flessner, Nancy Kewley, and Nancy Magee.
Members of the sophomore class who were on the honor roll
were: Barbara Roll, Nancy Koehler, Rodney Fraher, Ruth Ann
Flessner, Nancy Kewley, Donna Lee Bentley, Theresa Dietz, Nancy
Magee, and Rita Donley.
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school,ftareers at wCuIlom' Community High Schoolrfyhllf but two
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named includegxgudy Halpin, Presidentfxpilly Ommen, Vice Presideny
and Carl Spangler, SecretarywTreasurerJigMr. Sandusky was named'as
class advisor, lid! fin-.-if IMO,"-3 A
4 Initiation of the Freshman Class was conducted by the Soph-
omores. The return party for the Sophomores consisted of a weiner
roast, which was held at Taylorls. 1
Members who were prominent in many school activities were:
Bill Landis and Jim Van Alstyne who got starting positions on the
second team of basketballg Bill Landis also played on the First
Those on the honor roll were: Judy Halpin, Lorraine Sandquist
Carolyn Read, Verla Taylor, Delores Ashman, and Billy'Mae Twienaua
Lorraine Sandqu st, Carolyn Read, Verla Taylor, Billy Mae
Twiehaus, and Delores Ashman participated in the Music and Literary
activities sponsored by the School.
Members of the class who took an active part in athletics
included: David Dutton, -Bobby Blackmore ,- 'Bob Finefield, Roznwie
Hack, Duane Harms, Dean Tharpe, Bill Ommen, Jim Van Alstyne, and
B ll Landis. iCarolyn Read was elected cheerleader of the Second
R. Finefield, D. Dutton, D. Tharp, D. Harms, R. Hack, W.
Landis, J. VanAlstyne.
B. Donley, C. Read, V. Taylor, B. Twiehause, D. Ashman, B.
J. Grubbs, L. Sanquist, J. Frantz, B. Blackmore, T. Flessner,
L. Hartman. .
Mr. Sandusky, Advisor, C. Spangler, J. Halpin, B. Ommen.
D. Blackmore, R. Fraher, R. Snodgrass, K. Tharp, D. Donahue,
D. Hedrick, C. Price.
C. Telford, R. Flessner, N. Kewley, N. Magee, R. Donley.
B. roll, B. Jehle, M. Donley, D. Bentley.
Miss Lask, Advisor, T. Dietz, N. Koehler, R. Groskreutz.
Top row: A
R. Wascher, J. Price, R. Koerner, J. Kiley, P. Hartman, R.
Casper, W. Lauterbach.
S. McCulloh, R. Deany, W. Bauerle, R. Hahn, J. Finefield, N.
Second row: '
M. nttig, S. Saathoff, -B. Bauerle, J. Ellinger, B. Bentley,
Mrs. Dowse, Advisor, M. Haren, L. Wickham, T. Hahn, N. Ruehlq
Mrs. Hack, Advisor.
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The Cuilom Community High SchooZPBang"is under the direction
of Mrs. Janet Dowse. The band consists of D5 membersg 9 seniors, .
13 juniors, 13 esophomores, and 10 freshman. Those participating
in the band are: Tru petsg Ann Tinker, Richard Blackmore, Roger
Corkill, Jean Donley, Velma Nettleingham, Bill Bauerle, Stanleylvio
Culloh, James Frantz, Bobby Blackmore, Nancy Kewleyg Saxophonesg
Gerald Hanns, Janet Ellinger, Betty Bentley, Barbara Roll, Ruth Ano
Flessner, Mary Lee Donley, Judy Grubbs, Judith Halpin, Beverly'Don-
ley, Carolyn Read, Billie Mae Twiehauseg Tenor Saxophoneg Sandra
Haag, Rita Donley, Roger Clarkg Tromboneg James Price, Barbara Bau-
erle, Nancy Magee, Nancy Koehler, Ronald Hack, Bobby Hahn3Bass Eggg
Kenneth Tharp, Virgil Rocke, Dean Tharpg Drums, Betty Clark, Betty
Jehle, Rodney Fraher, Robert Snodgrass3'Flutes5 Nita Ruehle, Verla
Taylor, Clarinetsg Lorena Wickham, Teresa Hahn, Donna Bentley,
S bolsg Sharon Saathoffg Bass Fiddleg Marjorie Haren.
The band played at most of the basketball games during the
seasong they also played and marched for the Homecom ng Parade on
Their last engagement was playing for the Memorial Day Ser-
vices. Color bearers, a color guard, flag twirlers, baton twirlera
and a drum majorette accompanied the band.
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J. Ellinger, A. Tinker, V. Nettlingham, T. Hahn, I. Wickham.
R. Casper, Mrs. Dowso, Instructor, M. Haren, B. Jchle, B. Clmk
R. Fraher, S. Saathoff, B. Snocgrass.
R. Hahn, R. Hack, B. Bauerle, N. Koehler, N. Magee, Jim Price.
D. Bentley, R. Blackmore, J. Frantz, N. Kewley, J. Donley, S.
McCulloh, K. Tharp, W. Bauerle, C. Read, B. Bentley, B. Donley
J. Halpin, J. Grubbs, D. Tharp, M. Donlay, R. Donley, S. Haag.
L. Wickham, T. Hahn, N. Ruchlc, V. Taylor, B. Twiehause, Ann
Tinker, V. Nettleingham, R. Blackmore, R. Corkill, R. Flessnmg
B. Roll, J. Ellingor, G. Harms.
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On the eighteenth of December the Christmas Program, comprised
of all music students was held in the high school gym under the
direction of Miss Donahue,
The local elimination for the Cullom High School solo contest
was held on March 23 in the high school gym. The results were as
fbl1pwBy Soprano--Marlene Attig, lg Nancy Kewley, 25 Lorraine
Sanquist, 3. Others who sang in this division were: Nita Ruehle,
Billie Mae Twiehause and Janet Ellinger. Results in the alto divi-
sion were: Sharon Saathoff, lg Velma Nettleingham 23 Nancy Magee 3
Carolyn Read and Verla Taylor also sang in the alto division. Bass-
Stanley McCulloh, lg Gerald Harms, 23 and Dog r Casper, 3. Tenor-
Kenncth Tharp, lg Raymond Wascher, 25 and James Price, 3, Those
receiving first ratings represented the school in the V.V. Music
Contest at Chatsworth on April 23.
The District Solo and Ensemble Contest was held at Flanagan U1
March 6th, The results were as follows: Soprano-Marlene Attig, 23
and Nancy Kewlev, 3. Alto-Sharon Saathoff, lg and Velma Nettleing-
ham, 25 Tenor-Raymond Wascher, 3 and James Price, 33 and Baritone-
Rogar Casper, 3. Stanley McCulloh, who was to sing in the division
was Unable to sing.
The Girls' Ensemble, COHSiStiHg of Marlene Attig, Nancy Kewlex
Arletta Ginter, Sharon Saathoff, Velma Nettleingham, and Nancy Magee
The District Contest for Organizations was held at Flanagan on
April lO. The Girls' Chorus received a superior rating and advanced
to the State Contest on May l at Charleston. The Boys' Chorus re-
ceived a superior rating also.
The V.V. Music Contest was held at Chatsworth on April 23.
The results were as follows: Soprano--Marlene Attig, 25 Alto---
Sharon Saathoff, 25 Tenor--Kenneth Tharp, 25 Baritone--Stanley
The Choruses sang in the evening and the results were as
follows: Boys' Chorus, 23 and Girls' Chorus, l.
Sandra Haag was accompanist for the Girls' Chorus and Sharon
Saathoff was accompanist for the Boys' Chorus.
Roger Casper placed lst on his marimba solo and competed in
the State Contest at Charleston on April 30. He received a first
rating at the State Contest,
The officers of the Girls' Chorus were as follows: Pres.
Sharon Saathoffg Sec., Jean Donloyg and Librarian, Nancy Kewley.
The officers of the Boys' Chorus were as follows: Pres.,
James Stuckerg Sec., William Bauerleg and Librarian, James Price.
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Sandra Haag, Velma Nettleingham, and Barbara Roll represented
Cullom High School in the District Speech Contest in Fairbury on
February 27. Barbara Roll advanced on to the Sectional Contest
in Pontiac on March 13.
The results of the V.V. Literary Contest were .as follows:
Extemperaneous Speech--Rodney Fraher, 15 Dramatic Speech---Sandra
Haag, lg Humorous Speech--Barbara Roll, 13 and Oration Speech---
Velma Nettloingham,l. '
Cullom won the Literary Division of V.V. Music and Literary
Contest by collecting a total of 20 points from the four first ,
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GIRLS' ENSEMBLE MUSIC CONTESTANTS
Back row: Third rowx
Nancy Kewley, A. Ginter, B. Twiehause, V. Taylor,
Velma Nettleingham. V. Nettleingham.
Front row: Second row:
M. Attig, S. Saathoff, N. Kewley, C. Read,
No Ma-geeg M0 Donley, so
N. Ruehle, N. Magee,
L. Sanquist, M. Attig.
V. Rocke, R. Casper, B. Hahn, K. Thorpe.
Front row: '
G, Harms, J. Price, R. Wascher, S. McCu11oh.
. BOYS' CHORUS
Third row: . A Q
J. Dutton, D. Donahue, P. Hartman, J. Deany, V. Racke, . 'K.
. Tharp, R. Casper.
W. Bauerle, R. Wascher, R. Snodgrass, J. Price, W. Lauterbach,
R. Hahn, R. Deany. I
First row: 1 A
Miss Donahue, Instructorg S. McCul1oh, J. Stucker, G. Harm,
P. Deany, R. Groskreutz, S. Saathoff, Accompanist.
Fourth row: ' '
R. Flossner, B, Banc:-le, B. Twiehause, T. Dietz, 'L. Tinker,
B. Clark, A. Ginter, R. Sadler, V. Taylor, N. Magee.
Third row: '
D. Ashman, P. Billerbeckg J. Ellinger, T. Ham., L. wmkhan,
V. Nettleingham, N. Kewloy, C. Reari, R. Donley.
Second row: , ' r
J. Grubbs, L. Sanquist, IT. Har-en, C. Telford, B. Donley, Judy
Halpin, S. Saathoff, B. Haber-korn, B. Jehle.
First row: ' '
Miss Donahue, Instructor, B. Bentley, B. Roll, M. Donlay, Ldm
Donlay, N. Ruehlo, M. Attigj S. Haag.
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The 25th Annual Homecoming was observed Friday, October 23,
with the parade starting at one o'c1ock. The Legion men led the
parade with their colors and were followed by the Cullom High
Jean Donley, a senior, was chosen to be the queen. Her atten-
dants were Sharon Saathoff, a junior, and Barbara Roll, a sophomore
Jack Dutton, a senior, was chosen to be the King. His atten-
dants were Roger Casper, a junior, and Raymond Wascher, a junior.
Floats wereientered in the parade by the Grade School, High
School, and business organizations. Prizes were presented to the
group floats and also to the individual floats.
A large crowd lined the streets of Cullom to watch the parade.
Later many attended the football game and saw our team beaten by
The Coronation was led by the sophomore attendants. Barbara
Roll and Raymond Uascher, followed by the Junior attondantsg Sharon
Saathoff and Roger Casper, climaxed by 1953's King and Queen, Jack
Dutton and Jean Donley. Paul Deany gave the high school histories
of all the attendants and the King and Queen as they entered, to
the accompaniment of HLovely Ladyn. Upon reaching the throne,
1952's King and Queen, Richard Landis and Donna Wrede, crowned the
new royalty. Following this was the Grand March, led by the King
The floor show consisted of numbers by the Sour Seven from
Sauneming The Cloveretts from Melvin, Sandra Haag and Rita Sadlerg
Teresa and Danny Kiley, and Jim Price.
The Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior classes prepared stunts.
Three past members of the girls' orchestra, Both Ann Wright, Carol
Kingdom and Bonnie Whitman, sang, NJust Another Polkan.
The Alumni of the girls' orchestra were each presented with
a white Chrysanthemun,
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18 members: Velma Nettleingham, Ann Tinker, Sandra Haag, Betty
Clark, Jean Donley, Seniors 3 Lorena Wickham, Nita Ruehle, 'Teresa
Hahn, Sharon Saathoff, Barbara Bauerle, Janet Ellingor, Marjorie
Haren, Juniors 3 Barbara Roll, Rita Donley, Nancy Koehler, Nancy
Magee , Betty Jehle, Ruth Ann Flessner, Sophomores, The Orchestra
was first organized in 19119 under the direction of Mrs. Janet
Dowse. Nancy Kewley is an understudy for the trumpet section.
During the year the Orchestra has played at various occasions.
They have sponsored the Homecoming Dance, October 23, and Valen-
tine Dance, February 123 also played after the "Delta Kappa Gamma
Honorary Teachers Society" Banquet on November 213 played for en-
tertainment at Sheldon, Illinois, March 133 Grade School Operetta,
March 225 Style Show, March 303 played on Streator Station for the
first time, April 113 Piper City, April 2,43 P,T.A. Dance, May 73
Kankakee Station, May 93 St. Anne Chamber of Commerce Dinner Dance,
May ll3 and East Junior High Kankakee Prom, May 21.
Members performing' as soloists are: Nita Ruehle, Lorena Wick-
ham, Velma Nettleingham, Ann Tinker, Betty Clark, and Sharon Saa-
New members this year are: Barbara Roll, Nancy Magee , Rita
Donley, Ruth Ann Flessner, Betty Jehle, and Nancy Kewley.
Officers were elected in the orchestra: President, Sandra
Haag3 Vice-President, Velma Nettleingham3 Secretary, Ann Tinkerg
Treasurer, Betty Clark,
The Orchestra is planning to take a trip to Chicago the last
part of May.
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Officers elected for the year were as follows:
President, Roger Corkillg Vice-President, Jack
Duttong Treasurer, Ronald Deanyg Secretary, Bill
Bauerleg Reporter, Kenneth Tharpg and Sentinile,
4Nent to Chatsworth for the Soil Conservation Day.
-Officers Banquet at Leroy.
-Greenhands initiated, Bill Ommen, Dean Tharp, David
Dutton, Robert Blackmore, Terry Flessner, Jimmy
Frantz, and Carl Spangler. .
Went to the International Livestock Exposition at
Donald Irwin left school
--Program of work was set up.
--New Officers were elected
-Judging Demonstration at Chambers.
-Fat Judging Contest at Honneggers.
-Trip to Pontiac Prison.
-Junior-Seniors Fishing Trip at Wisconsin.
lOth, and llth--F.F.A. Convention at Springfield.
F. F. A.
Top Row: '
D. Tharp, D. Harms, J. Kiley, S. Long, Y. Rocke, R. Wascher,
R. Hahn, P-. Deany.
R. Blackmore, C. Spangler, D. Dutton, N. Telford, R.GroskreuTz
W. Ommen, J. Frantz, D. Blackmore, T. Flessner.
K. Tharpe, W. Bauerle, R. Corkill, J. Dutton, R. Deanfyg Wilbur
Lauterbach, Mr. Sandusky, Instructor.
F. F. A. OFFICERS
Wilbur Lauterbach, Mr. Sandusky, Instructor, Kenneth Tharp.
William Bauerle, Roger Coeldll, Jack Dutton, Ronald Deany.
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ST, PAUL COPS OPENER
Odell, November 25-St. Paul took the lead in the first
quarter and were never headed in downing the Ramblers, M2-3h in
the season opener at Odell. Long led the scoring for Cullow with
10 points, followed by Lauterback and J. Deany with 9 each.
McCulloh and Corkill connected for 3 points.
St. Paul took the reserve game, 38-32. Donahue and R, Dean
were high scorers for Cullom, ., , . , ' l
CULDOM BUMPS QDELL, D39-30 b
Cullom, December l--Long jumped in 20 points to lead Cullom
to a victory in the home game opener overt Odell, 39-BO., McCu11oh
collected lO points, Cullom led at the half by a score of 227-155
' The Rambler reserves scored a 35-18 victory over Odell with
scoring honors divided among Donahue, Landis, Van Alstyne and R.
Deany. The half time score was 23-12. ' ' '
- RAMBLERS DROP CLOSE ONE
Herscher, December M--Herscher wont ahead in the closing min-
utes of the game to take a narrow MO-36 victory from.the Ramblers.
The score was tied at 30-all at the three-quarter mark. Jerome
Degny headed the Cullom scoring with a total of 10 points, w
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Cullom lost to the Herscher reserves by a narrow 39-37 mar-
gin. Donahue and Landis were the most effective scorers for the
Rams. 1 .'
RAMBLERS Dowm EAGLES, 63-D5
Saunemin, December 8-The Ramblers, paced by Scotty Long with
28 points, handed the Saunemin Eagles a 63-MS loss on their own
floor in a V.V. contest. McCulloh had lh poimms and Lauterbach
10 points in the scoring column also, b
Landis netted 18 points for the Ramblers as they raced past
Saunemin in the reserve tilt, Van Alstyne, Bauerle and Donahue
showed well for Cullom also.
Loss TO FORREST, hh-he
Cullom, December ll--Cullom staged a fine second-half rally
that all but upset a favored Forrest team. Final score was hh-M2
Forrest. Long and Lauterbach acored 12 points each for Cullomi
The Cullom Hams were behind 27-18 at half-time.
The reserves captured a well earned 52-h? Win over the Eski-
mos. Landis' 18 points was tops for both teams.
RAMS TR UNCE BLUE STREAKS
Cullom, December 15--Long was busy at the nets to the tune of
31 points as the Ramblers outdistanced the Piper City Ilue Streaks
to win handily by a score of 61-37 in a V. V. Conference game at
Cullom. J. Deany and Lauterbach were other -Cullom scorers to
register in two figures.
Landis, Donahue and R. Deany led the scoring parade as the
Rambler reserves handed Piper City a 63-3h lacing in the curtain-
A Roberts, December 22--Roberts-Thawville came from behind in
the final period to down Cullom SO-38 in a non-conference game at
Roberts. The Rams lost their touch in the final period and could
score only six points as the hot Roberts outfit hit from A11
angles. Long was high in the point colu n for Cullom.
The Cullom reserves also colled off in the final quarter,
dropping their game to Roberts-Thawville by a M2-35 count. Landis
led the Cullom scoring with l8.
GARDNER HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
MINOOKA TAKES FIRST H UND TILT
Gardner, December 28--Minookaia second half splurge pushed
the Ramblers into the consolation division of the annual Gardner
Holiday Tournament played during the Christmas recess. Minooka
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flashed ahead in the third period and went on to win S14-113. Half- F
time score was 2h all. tk
Scotty Long bagged 21 points for Cullom and J. Deany ll, be- I f
fore both players fouled out in the final period. 3
RAMS swm KEMPTON, 79-29 . ' ,,
Gardner, December 30-Cullom's big center, Scotty Long, col- had
lected no points as the Ramblers downed Kempton. 79-29, in the ft'
tournament's consolation semi-final round. After a slow first T
quarter, the Ramblers started to hit and won going away,
Lauterbach scored lb points for Cullom and J, Deany and
Buuerle 8 each. The victory put Cullom into the Consolation final 1
against Reddick. T
RAMS TAKE CONSOLATION TITLE
Gardner, December 31--The Ramblers won the consolation title
by downing Reddick 68-SO. Cullom hurried to a l6-6 lead in the VC?
First quarter and were never seriously threatened thereafter. '
The score at half-time was 3h-18,
McCulloh's 17 points was high for Cullom, followed by Long 5
with 10 and J. Deany' with 7. Others who appeared in the Rambler
line-up were Dutton, R. Deany, Donahue, and Bauerle.
ESKIMOS TAKE COLD RAMS
Forrest, January S--The Ramblers were unable to hit with any T
consistency from the court as Forrest took a 55-33 victory on -T
their home court, Long scored 3 baskets and 6 free throws for 12 n
points to head Cullom in the scoring department. '
The Rambler reserves came from behind in the second half to 'Q
score a hh-32 victory over the Forrest reserves. Forrest led at
the half, 21219. The ,l7 point output of Landis was tops for p'
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KEMPTON IS 7h-53 VICTIM Q
Cullom, January 8--McCulloh hit for 17 points to lead Cullom f
to a 714-53 victory over the Kempton Red Devils in a Conferen
game at Cullom. Other high scoring Ramblers were Long with l6an igbgf
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39 victory in the reserve games The Ramblers had a 30-l2 half-
RMHS BEAT GNARGA
Cullcm, January 12--Cullcm hit the nets for hh points in the
first half to build up a big lead on Onarga in the first round df
the Annual Vermilion Valley Tournament. They continued the pace
in the second half to win by a score of 73-38.
Long's 23 points was high for the teams. McCulloh added 17
points also, to swell the Cullcm total. The victory won the Rams
a berth in championship division of.the tournament.
OVERTIME LOSS OUSTS RAMS
Cullcm, January lh--A hard earned fourth quarter lead melted
in the waning seconds for the Ramblers. As forrest tied the scolb
37 all at the end of regulation play in a championship semi-final
game of the tournament. Baskets by J. Deany and S. Long in the
overtime were not enough as Forrest annexed five points to win
h2-hl in a very thrilling finish.
Jerome Deany connected for l3 points for Cullcm. Corkill hit
for ll points and Long for 10 as the Ramblers bowed out of the
tournament in a game that was a heart-breaker to lose.
RMWELERS SUBDUE PIPER CITY
Piper City, January 19--Cullcm maintained a slight lead
throughout the game to take the measure of Piper City, Sh-h7, ,in
a game not counting in conference standings. Long, Corkill, and
J. Deany headed the scoring for the Ramblers. Cullom was ahead
at the half byca slim 25-2h margin.
Landis, Donahue and Van Alstyne took scoring honors as the
Cullcm reserves downed the Blue Streaks by a M9-29 margin. They
had a 26-12 lead at half time. A
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Cullom, January 22--Cullom won a narrow M5-bl victory from the
Chatsworth Bluebirds in a conference game at Cullom. The Ramblers
balanced scoring attack maintained slight leads at the close of
each of the M periods. Long netted 12 points to head the scoring
Paced by Landis and Donahue, the reserves rang up a h?-3h
victory over the Chatsworth reserves. They had a 9-2 first quarta'
lead and were never headed during the balance of the game.
MELVIN-SIBLEY FALLS, 56n29
Cullom, January 26--Lauterbachfs 15 points was tops for Culhmn
as the Ramblers coasted to a 56-29 win over Melvin-Sibley in a non-
cenference game at Cullom. Long added 12 to the Cullom total, J.
Deany 9, McCul1oh 8, and Corkill 5 before the reserves took over.
A SHERIDAN LOSES CLOSE ONE
Cullom, February 3-Cullom's 36-25 half-time lead dwindled to
a mere one point as the Ramblers downed Sheridan M6-h5 in a game
played on the Cullom floor. The Ramblers had trouble finding the
hoop in the third quarter and led by only two points as the final
period stalted. Long was high for Cullom with 19 points followed
by J. Deany with 12.
Cu11om's reserves played alert ball to down the Sheridan
reserves by a score of h3-35 in the opening gmne. Landis with 15
points was high for the Rams.
. SAUNEMIN SURPRISES CULLOM
Cullom, February 5-Saunemin's fourth quarter scoring tied the
score at 62 all at the end of regular play and they came back in
the overtime to win by a score of 69-6h in a game not counting in
conference standings., Long netted 26 points in the losing cause.
Cullom led at the half, 32-20,
' CULLOM BEATS INDIANS
Onarga, February 12-Onarga held a slight lead over Cullom for
more than three periods but Wilted in the closing minutes as Culhmn
went ahead to win, 59-52, in a conference game at Onarga. J. Deany
made 20 points which was high for the Ramblers, Long made 18
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points and McCu1loh 12 in earning the victory, that placed Cullom
in a second place tie in conference standings,
The Rambler reserves, led by Landis with 16 points, downed
the Indians hh-31 in the reserve tilt, Donahue netted 8 for the
Cullcm Rams. I
' RAMBLEBS BUMP crmfrswofzru
Chatsworth, February l6-Despite a cold start the Ramblers beds
Chansworth 63w5S on the Bluebird court. Long potted 19 points and
Landis 12 to pace the Cullom attack. Cullom went ahead as the
second quarter ended and were never seriously threatendd during
the balance of the game,
Cullomls reserves were too much for Chatsworth as they Went
ahead from the start and rounded out a M9-18 victory, Landis had
15 for Cullom. -
WIN REGULAR SEASON FINALE
Kempton, February l?hNLong scored 37 points as the Ramblers
raced to a 74-M6 'mgctfry over Kempton in the final game of the -
regular season, Cullen w:s in frent at halfntime by a 38-22 score
Jerry Deany sank 13 points to add to the Cullom total.
Landis and Donahue led the scoring for Cullom as the Ramblers
downed the Red Devil Reserves 50-A2 in their final game of the
season. Cullum had a 23-L6 lead at the half.
DISTRICT TOURNAMENT AT CHATSWOHTH
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CHELSWOIT-111.3 Febmarff 23-.-C-.111sv., awmed Kempum, 6h-39, in the'
first veund :T the annual state District Tournament held this year
at Chatsworthf Following a clesely-played first quarter the Imms
went ahead to stay in tae second periodo They led 23-15 at half-
Scotty Long drilled the nets for 26 points to far outdistance
the scorers on both teams. The line up was liberally sprinkled
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Chatsworth, February 25--Odell Community and Cullom played an
almost even term for a half before the Ramblers started inching
ahead in the third period and went on to win a semi-final victory
by a 58-hh score, Cullom led by a 23--22 margin at the half-time
In winning, Scotty Long rang up a total of 12 points. Other
Rams in double figures were McCulloh with 15 and Jerry Deany ll.
RAMBLERS 'WIN DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP
Chatsworth, February 26-Cullom maintained leads at each of th
quarter marks , except the first, in ringing up a convincing 58-L6
win in the championship game with the Piper City Blue Streaks.
Behind 15-12 at the end of the first quarter, Cullom rallied to go
ahead 35e27 at the half. f
Long gathered 19 points beiQQ'e fouling out in the fourth
quarter. Jerry Deany's 16 points and Lauterbach's 10 aided the
Cullom cause immensely. The victory earned the Ramblers a berth
in the Regional Tournament along with other larger schools not
required to enter the District Tournament,
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT PONTIAC
RAMBLERS BOW TO COAL CITY
Pontiac, March 3-Cheered on by several hundred loyal fans who
made the trip to Pontiac under extremely adverse weather condition
the Ramblers were definitely in contention until the final minutes
of the game as they bowed out of the Regional Tournament, losing
to Coal City by a 56-SO score. '
Ramblers Long and Jerry Deany were side lined via the foul
route as the Coalers went ahead to win. Cullom point totals were,
Long lh, Lauterbach 10, McCulloh 9, Cor-kill 7, Landis and J . Deany
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NAME GAMES FIELD GCALS F.G.
Long- 26 h95 1 9 191
McCu11oh 26 199. 75
J. Deany 26 229 76
Lauterbach 26 225 71
Corkill 26 193 b7
Free Throw Shooting Percentages
NAME GAMES FREE THROWS F.T.
McCh1loh 26 96 S9
Long 26 197 112
J. Deany 26 1h5 76
Corkill 26 98 as
Lauterbach 26 113 S6
NAME FIELD GOALS FREE 1-Hams TOTAL
Long 191 112 h9h
J. Deany 76 76 228
McCul1oh 75 59 209
Lauterbach 71 S6 198
Corkill D7 h8 lb?
Team Shooting Percentage 3h,3
Q ' ts Scored By Cullom 1h15 Average
o' fS8ored By Opponents 1178 Average
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SENIORS: Roger Corkill, Jerome Deany, Paul Deany, Jack
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JUNIORS: William Bauerle, Ronald- Deany, Robert Hahn,'Wilbur
Lauterbach, Stanley-McCulloh, James Price, Raymond Wascher.
SOPHOMORES: Donald D5nahuej'Char1es-Price.
FBESHMEN: Ronnie Hack. --.. .M--
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4 SPNIORS: Roger Corkill, Jerome Deany, Paul Deany, Scotty
JUNIORS: Wilbur LauterbacHQ'Stanley McCulloh,
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Sandra Haag Lorena Wickham
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LONG 0' SETS h-YEAR scoame MARK y
Scotty Long, Cullom's 6 ft. b in. basketball center, scored
b9b points in' his senior year to run his four-year total to 1303
points and establish a new record for the school. His 1303 points
represents a 12.h por gamegaverage for a total of 105 games in the
four years. During 'his final three years Long was among the top
scorers in the Vermilion Valley Conference.
An additional honor to Long was to be selected for honorable
mention as a center by the board of coaches selecting the All-Star
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VARSITY BASKETBALL AND RECORD
OPPONENT DATE warm: PLAYED Lrg THEY
st. Paul 11-25-53 odeil 3h he
Odell 12--1-53. Cullom 39 30
Herscher 120-M-53 Herscher 36 Mo
Saunemin 12--8 53 Saunemin 63 M5
Forrest 12-ll 53 Cullom M2 MM
Piper City 12-15-53 Cu1l5m 61 37
Roberts 12-22-53 Roberts 38 So
Forrest 1--5 5M Forrest 33 S5
Kempton 1--8-SM Cullom 7M 53
Piper City 1-19-EM Piper City SM M7
Chatsworth 1-22 SM Cullom M5 Ml
Melvin 1-26-SM Cullom S6 29
Sheridan 2--3-SM Cullom M6 M5
Saunemin 2--5-SM Cullom 69 6M4
Onarga 2-12 EM Onarga 59 S2
Chatsworth 2-16-SM Chatsworth 63 SS
Kempton 2-19 SM Kempton 7M M6
GARDNER HOLIDAY DISTRICT AI CHAT9JOR'l'H
Cullom M3 Minooka SM Gullom 6M Kempton 39
Cullom 79 Kempton 29 Cullom 58 Odell MM
Cullom 68 Reddick So Cullom 58 Piper M6
VERMILLION. VALLEY REGIONAL 52 PONTIAC
cuiiom 73 onarga, 38 Cuiiom So- coal City S6
Cullom Ml Forrest M24
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CULL M DOWNS KEMPTON, h7-39
Kempton, March 8--Landis with 16 points and Donahue with lh
headed the Cullom scoring as the Ramblers Freshman-Sophomore
combination beat Kempton,,h7-39, in the D-team tournament at
Players appearing in the Cullom line up were: Ommen, C.Pg-ice,
Dutton, Finefield, Donahue, Tharp, Landis, Van Alstynp, Harms, and
RANBLERS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP I
Kempton, March 9-Landis sank 27 points to match the Piper City Q
total as the Freshman-Sophomore team trounced Piper City S8-27 to plt
win the championship game of the tournament. Cullom Jumped to an P
early lead and steadily built up their advantage as the game pro-
Donahue gathered 20 points and Van Alstyne 10 in the point t
parade. Cullom's defense kept the Piper offense well throttled
for almost the entire game 'l
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Saunemin 12--8-53 Saunemin 52' N
Forrest 12-11-53 Cullom 52
Piper city 12-15-53 Cullum o3
Roberts 12-22-S3 Roberts 35x
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Kempton 1--8-Sh Cullom S2
Piper city 1-19-Sh Piper City L9
Chatsworth 1-22-Sb Cullum L17 V
Melvin 1-26-ELL Cullom 117
Sheridan 2--3-5h Cullom L13
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T i CULLOM twins OPENER FROM FLANAGAN T A I
cuiiom, Septg 16--The 'Ramblers pounded out a -21-8-win over
the Flanagan Falcons in the season opener at Cullom.. Jerry Deany I
went over for two first quarter scores, and tallied again in the.
third period to rack up 18 of the Cullom points.
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The undzrmanned Cullom team played heads-up ball in conquering 'f:J .
their old non-conference reval from the western end of Livingston
county. ' Q , e a '
The starting line-up for Cullo included Wascher and Bauerle' ,,'T
at ends, Price-and Dutton at tackles, Harms and Hahn at guards, '
and Paul Deany at center. Starting in the backfield were Jerry '- '
Deany, Roger Corkill, Ronny Deany and Wilbur Lauterbach. ,Aww
SAUNENIN WINS V. V. TILT -
Cullom, Sept. 25--Cullom's defense fell apart in the third lx
period and the Saunemin Eagles capitalized to score a 21.1-6 victory
in a V. V, contest between the two teams. Cullum led at the half, '
6-O. Corkill scored the Ramblers lone touchdown early in the T
second quarter. -
Saunemin's scoring resulted from two pass interceptions and .:y
two long runs.
Cullom dominated' play until well into the third 'period when
Corkill left the game on an injury. ' ,
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Chatsworth, Oct. 2h-Chatsworth's Don Snow led the Blueb rds
to a hl-O victory over the Ramblers in a V, V, game played on the
Chatsworth field. Snow punched over for fourtouchdowns,
Cullom played the Bluebirds on even tenns for a quarter but
bogged down in the second period and were unable to get a sustahfd
drive going during the balance of the game.
Bob Hahn, Cullom guard, was injured on the first play from
scrimmage and was out of action for the rest of the game.
PIPER CITY WINS F DM CULLOM
Piper City, Oct. 9--Cullom's injury ridden Ramblers proved to
be easy victims for the Piper City Blue Streaks in a V. V. game at
Piper City played under the lights. Piper City scored seven times
to rack up a h3,0 win.
Cullom's defenses stiffened considerably in the second half
but the Rams could not get an effective offense rolling.
Out of action for most of the game on injuries were Ramblers,
Hahn, Harms, Donahue and Corkill.
ONARGA TUMBLES CULLOM
Onarga, Oct, 16--Onarga scored on the opening kick-off and
scooped up several fumbles for touchdowns to humble Cullom, 25-O,
in a V. V. game played under the Onarga lights.
Rambler defenses tightened following the early spectacularard
the final half was played on even terms. ,
An Oaarge lineman scored twice for his team, picking up Culmmx
fu bles and dashing over for the tallies.
' , FORREST NIPS CULLOM, 6-O
.Cullom, Oota 23--Forrest scored ir the 'waning minutes .of
the game to break a scoreless tie and win, 6-O, in Cullomfs annual,
Homecoming game. A Forrest back was tackled as he went into the
end zona and fumbled but the ball rolled out of the end zone and
was declared a touchdown. ,
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Cullom penetrated deep into Forrest territory several times
but could not punch over for a score.-V
HERCHER STOPS CULLOM
Cullom, Oct. 30--Hercherfs husky Tigers scored in .each
quarter to down Cullom 25-O in a V. V. Conference gave at Cullmn,
The heavier Herscher team held the Rambler offense in check for
most of the game. .
Cullom did penetrate to the Herscher 35 on several occasions
when their attack failed.
Dutton, Lauterbnck and Paul Deany turned in fine defensive
gaves for Cullom.
CULLOM WHIPS SAUNEMIN
Saunemin, Nov. 6--The Ramblers made their season's finale
their best as they dumped Seuncming 27-12, in e non-conference
tilt under the Saunemin arcs. Each of the Rambler backs scored
a touchdown in grinding a victory they were determined to have.
Jerome and Ron Deany, Wascher and Lauterbach went over for touch-
Linemen who turned in excellent games for Cullom were McCulld1
Bauerle, Price, Donahue, Harms, Hahn, Paul Deeny and Dutton.
The game marked the Gnd of high schoo1'football careers -for
sen ors Jack Dutton, Jerry Deany, Paul Deany, Gerald Harms and.the
injured Ruger Gorkill, v,4 'w4ig?T?HK Ii
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Coach Ferr'i,'J. Finefield, R. Hack, J. VanAlstyne, B. Ommen,
R. Blackmore, W. Landis, D. Dutton, D. Tharp. . y
B. Bauer-le, S. McCu1loh, C. Price, J. Deany, P. Deany, R.
Groskreutz, D. Hams, R. Finefield.
Front Row: '
K., Tharp,'Manager, R. Deany, G. Hams, D. Donahue, R. ,Cor1cll1,
J ., Dutton, R. Hahn, J. Price, W. Sauterbach, Roger Casper.,
GIRLS' P. E.
M. Attig, D. Bentley, L. Donley, B. Bentley, L. Sanquist,
M., Donley, B. Jehle, N. Ruehle, B. Roll, J. Grubbs. P . '
Third Row: l 'A
M. Haren, C. Telford, J. Halpin, S. Saathoff, C. Read, Rita
Donlay, D. Ashman, B. Donlay, B. Haberkorn.
Second Rom .
T. Dietz, B. Bauerle, L. Wickham, N.,Magee, T.,Hahn, N, Kewlqy
J . Ellinger, B. Twiehause, V. Taylor, N. Koehler, R. Flessner.
First Row: -
L. Tinker, R. Sadler, V. Nettleingham, A. Ginter, M. Kewley,
J . Donley, P. Billerbeck, B. Clark, S. Haag, Mrs. McCaughey,
Third Row: E '
Be Finefield, R. Fraher, D. Dutton, C. Price, J. Price, Bob
Hahn, B, Snodgrass, D. Hedrick, R. Growkreutz, D. Hams.
Second Row: I
Coach Perri, J. Vanlxlstyne, D. Donahue, S. Long, B. Bauerle,
B. Landis, R. Deany, R. Wascher, R. Corkill, B. Ommen.
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The first meet of the season was with Saunemin. The meet was
a good meet with Cullom out on top with A 70-Sh point advantage.
The next meet was a triangular one with Forrest and Chats-
worth. This one was close with Cullo coming in second by 1 1f3
points. Chatsworth first with 52 lf3, Cullom Sl points, and Ftr-
rest with hh points.
The next meet was a dual meet with Herscher.
ing out on top by a 213 point, The points were:
Herscher with 61 213 points.
Shct Put Buckler Cullom
Pole Vault Colr-avy Piper City
Discus Snow Chatsworth
Broad Jump Billington Saunemin
High Jump Landis Cullom
Vanderyt Piper City
M80 Yds Low Hurdels Relay Chatsworth
hhO Yd. Freshmen Relay Sauneminw
Sprint Medley Relay Cullom
C22O, tho, 880, milel
Soph. Medley Relay Saunemin
into, 220, 220, 8803
Mile Relay Saunemin
880 Yd. Relay Saunem n
With Cullom com-
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VEHMILION VALLEY CONFERENCE
Shot Put Wise
Pole Vault Colravy
Discus D. Roy
Javelin Hu mel
High Jump Herr
Board Jump P. Wickham
70 Yds. High Hurdels Dehm
110 Yds. Low Hurdels Wickham
120 Low Hurdels Dehm
100 Yd. Dash Siedentop
.220.Yd. Dash Snow
huofYd. Dash Q2 Curves! smith
Ahh0'Yd. Dash Cl Curvel Steffins
Mile Run CChuteJ Verlker
Mile Bram 4, Larkin
880 fd. Run CChutel Verkler' .
Freshman Relay C2 Curvesj
Freshman Relay Cl Curvel
B80 Yd Relay
830 Yd. Relay QChuteQ
880 Yd. Run L. Malone
The Vermilion Valley Conference Track Meet was heldcnbday ll,
l95b. With nine schools participating, Roberts being here for the
first time. The day was undesirable,but records fell often. Seven
records were setg they were as follows:
70 Yard high hurdles : 9.1 Dehm
220 Yard Dash :22.8 Snow
120 Low Hurdles :lh.2 Dehm'
Mile h:S2 Larkin'
Pole Vault 12' Colravy
High Jump S'9iH Herr
hh0 Freshman Relay :S0.9 Herscher
Onarga won the meet with SO pointsg Cullom and Chatsworth tied
for second with 30 points each. Piper City, 293 Herscher, 295 For-
rest, 20. Roberts and Kempton followed respectively.
CULLOM COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
100 Yd Dash A Vernon Adams 1936 :lO.5
Richard.Wise 1937 :lO.5
220 Yd Dash Richard Wise 1938 :23.l
70 Yd High Hurdles Arthur Aden l9Ml :9
120 Yd High Hurdles Arthur Aden l9Ml :1S.5
110 Yd Low Hurdles Paul Wickham l9M6 :12.6
120 Yd Low Hurdles Vernon Adams 1935 :lM.M
200 Yd Low Hurdles Vernon Adams 1936 :23.8
220 Yd Low Hurdles Vernon Adams 1935 :27.5
MMO Yd Dash Merle Haley 1937 :5M.8
880 Yd. Dash Robert Fraher 19M5 2:13.5
Mile Run Wendell Peterson 1937 M:M6
Pole Vault Merle McCaughey l9Ml 11' Qgv
Shot Put Richard Wise 1939 M6' 6 U
Discus Scotty Long l95M l2M' 7 W
Javelin Leroy Hack 1933 lM1' 3 N
Broad Jump Vernon Adams 1936 21' 6 U
High Jump Lawrence Schipper 1935 5'lO H
Hop Step Jump Vernon Adams l93M 39'lO H
MMO Yd Freshman Relay l9MO :51.l
Henry Wickham, Denver Hopper, Thomas Flessner, Homer Billerbeck
880 Yd Relay 1936 1:3645
Hollas Moore, Howard Moore, Richard Wise, Vernon Adams
Mile Relay 1935 3:55
Howard Moore, Arthur Ide, Wendell Peterson, Donald Nettleingham
Sprint Medley Relay f220, MMO, 880, miley 1935 8:35
Vernon Adams, Arthur Ide, Hollas Moore, Howard Moore
Fr.-So Sprint Medley Relay CMMO, 220, 220, 880jl9M8 M:18.3
Lyle Haag, Tom Gray, Gerald Kroll, Paul Gray
Fr-se MMO Yd Relayl l9M3 :So
Robert Eranrr, Richard Dehm, Duane Tinker, Donald Flessner
MMO ld Low Hurdles l9F3 :S6.2
Richard Landis, Roger Corkill, Stanley McGul1oh, Scotty Long
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The annual Athletic Banquet was held on Thrusday, March 25, 199k
in the Cullom Com unity Hall honoring approsimately 80 Cullom
Grade and High School athleticsa
The banquet was well attended by approximately 330 fans of the
Cullom teams. The banquet has been held annually for better than
a quarter of a century to honor the Cullom athletics. The comm-
ittee in charge was Floyd Ginter, chairmang Don Deany, Toastmasten
Frank Cozkill, Virg Fraher, and Elmer Donahue. H
After the invocation by Father Fulton, Pastor of the St. Johns
Catholic Church of Cullom. dinner was served by the Lutheran La-
diesa Virgil Fraher gave the Address of Welcome to the fans and
athletiesa The Response was given by Roger Corkill, on behalf cf
the athleticf s -
The Boys! Ensemble sang two numbers, NThe Harlem Goatn and
The main speaker for the Banquet was Doug Mills, Athletic Di-
rector at the University of Illinois. He spoke about the amount of
emphasis that is put on sports and their value. The title of his
talk was Uvalue of Athletics in School.N A
Letter awards to high and grade school athletics and the eight
cheerleaders were made by Coach Guts Ferri Jra, who thanked the
parents and fans for following the teams during their respective
campaigns. Captains for next year's team were introduced by Coach
Ferri. They are Ronald Deany and Bob Hahn, football co-captains
and Wilbur Lauterbach, basketball captain.
The 1955 committee was announced by Don Deany. Those appointed
to the 1955 committee were Jack Saathoff, Merle McCaughey, Dan
Wascher, Norman Grimsley, and Lester Hahn.
The Banquet was closed with the Benediction, given by Father O.
SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL
Second Row: '
B. Ommen, D. Harms, J. Price, R. Wescher, D. Tharp, Coach
C. Dutton, C. Price, R. Finefield, J. VanA1styne.
SECOND TEAM CHEERLEADERS
Margie Haren, Barbara Roll, Nancy Kewley, Carolyn Read.
Third Row: ' -
C. Price, S. McCul1oh, W. Bauerle, P. Deany, J. Deany, W.
Lauterbach, G. Hanns.
R. Wascher, J. Price, K. Tharp, D. Donahue, R. Casper, R.
R. Corkill, J. Dutton, S. Long, B. Hahn, R. Deany.
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