Edwards County High School - Edwardian Mirror Yearbook (Albion, IL)

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I Somomp livomm Seated-Pernie Marks, A. M. Walton, Secretaryg A. B. Gill, Presidentg Ramer Schrader, and- Harold Schwarzlose. ' ' Standing-F. Frank Saxe, Dale Moore, and V. H. Judge, Superintendent. 4, ,. -.l,,,,...w,.,,,.,.-,,.. , A 1...-1uQ4L4..h..m J. -1' 4- cf N., IIEAGIBIUIBGJIFCIY R. J. FEHRENBACHER, Principal World History DAVID L. HART Sociology P. E., Coach GEORGE ENGELMAN VIRGIL BUNTING English IV Industrial Arts I English II Industrial Arts II Speech Industrial Arts III Dean of Boys PINKNEY SEARS VIRGIL HORTON Physics American History General Science Civics Latin I Economics Coach BLANCHE HUDSON VIRGIL KINGSLEY Bookkeeping I Biology Shorthand Chemistry Elementary Typing Advanced Office Practice Advanced Bookkeeping GEORGE TROUTT World Geography English II French II Sociology ARLENE HUDSON Office Secretary BONALYNN CHISM English I English III ELIZABETH KERSHAW LUANNA GOULD Driver Training Elementary Typing Problems of Living BARBARA JONES Home Ec. I Home Ec. II Home Ec. III CHESTER GILLETTE Advanced Algebra Mathematics Algebra Aeronautics Trigonometry Geometry Solid Geometry English II P. E. Dean of Girls VIRGIL McKITTRICK Agriculture I Agriculture II Agriculture III RICHARD FOSTER Band World History Harmony THELMA TROUTT Chorus RJ F E HRF NBA CHER FACULTY Z9 Bo D. HART VBU NT! E KERSHAW R SEARS V. HORTIN B.JONE5 B. HUDSON V K C. GILLETTE A. HUDSON J 41 B. Cl-IISM STER G. TROUTT T1 TROUTT Row One- BERG, HENRY F. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 BLACKFORD, HAROLD J. Row Three- BUNTING, KEMP R, Annual Staff 2, 3 Spectator Staff 3, 4 Sojac Club 3 F. F. A. 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Dance Band 2 Pep Club 4 Football 3 Track 1 Stage Crew 2, 3 COALE, ADDIS B. JR. Band 1, 3, 4 F. F. A. 3, 4 Football 1. 3 Basketball 2 Camera Club 1 COLYER, DALE K. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Class President 2 Student Council 1 Pep Club 4 COLYER, GAIL J. Style Show 1, 2, 4 P. E. Show 1, 2 F. H. A. 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 SENIDRS Row Two- BLOOD, CAROL M. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 BOND, JOYCE A. Band 1, 2 Spectator Staff 2, 4 Secretary Class 2, 3 P. E. Show 2 'Chorus 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 BRITTON, MARY G. A. A. 3, 4 P. E. Show 1, 2 Style Show 1, 2 BROWN, WALTER E. Football 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Row Four- COOPER, HAROLD L. COOPER, PATSY A. Student Council 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 3 P. E. Show 1 Home hc. Club 1, 3 Camera Club 3 Band 2, 3. 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spectator Staff 3 COUCH, DON W. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Sergeant-at-Arms T Annual Staff 3, 4 Class President 4 Band Captain 4 Class Play 3 Spectator Staff 4 Dance Band 4 CRACKEL, DAVID L. 4 has HENRYEBEA76 'G' cARoL-iw. BLOOD KEMP BUNTIN6 HAROLD L. CWPEP C LASS l95O Jovcm. gofvo ADDIS B. COALE JA? PA TSYA. COOPER MARY BRITTON 1 DALE K. COLYER DON W COUCH ,fy HAROLD J BLACKFGQD WALTER E BROWN as. GA 11. J. Qouffn ,' . XX DA VID L. CRACKEL SlIE5lINlll4DlIRS Row One-- Row Two - CULLISON, DONALD B, EBLIN, WILLIAM E. Football 1, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Manager Football and Basket- F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ball 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3 CULLIS ON, NORMA F. Style Show 1 P. E. Show 1, 2 G. A. A. l DAVENPORT, RICHARD D. Basketball 1 Band 1, 2, 3 Pep Club l, 2 Track 2 Row Three- FAVVKES, FRED W. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Class President 1, 2 FELDMAN, DONA J. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club l Girls Council 4 Cheerleader 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Annual Staff 3 Class Play 3, 4 Solo and Ensemble Contest 3, 4 GIBSON, MELVIN D. F. F. A. 3, 4 Class Play 3 Foofball 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3 Chorus 3 GILLARD, J. CLIVE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3 Football 4 Class President 1, 2, Class Play 3 3 F. F. A. Treasurer 2 Sentinel 4 ELLIOTT, KEITH Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Director 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 4 Sojac President 3 Class Play 4 Student Council 3 Shelbyville District Vice-Pres. Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 4 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Spectator Siaff 4 EWING, LOIS J. Class Vice-President 2 Browian Staff 2 Basketball Queen Attendant 2 Class Play 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Girls Council 4 FARMER, MARY A. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Annual Staff 3 Class Play 3 Row Foul' - GREEN, ARCHIE V. F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 1, 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Stage Crew 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 GUBBINS, JOHN H. Football,1, 2, 3 Student Council 1, 3, 4 President 4 HARPER, MABEL Annual Staff 4 HARRISON, BILL R. F. F. A. 3, 4 DONALD B. CULLISON NORMI4 E CULLISON I WILUAM 5 EBLIN FRED IM FAWKES 1 '3 AIQCHIE V GREEN C. KEITH Euforr DONA J. FELDMAN JOHN H. GUBBINS RICHARD D DAVENPORT LOI5 J. E WING 'sa - x'P IN' MARVVA. FAf5f972',Q MEL VIN D. GIBSON Iv, N MABEL HA IRPEIP 72 J. CLIVE GILLARD Eu.. E HAI-FIZISJN N Row One-- HARRISON, JESSIE F, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 4 HINMAN, GERALD E. Softball 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3 F. F. A. 3, 4 F. F. A. Basketball 4 P. E. Show HOCKEMEYER, EUGENE Equality Township H. S. Spectator 4 Band 4 Student Council 4 Annual Staff 4 Pep Club 4 Class Play 4 HORTON, JOHN G. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Football il, 4 Row Threfi JUDGE, RAY G. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Track 1 Student Council 1 Spectator Staff 1 Class President 1 KEENER, FRED C. Pep Club 3, 4 Track 2 Baseball 2 Basketball l KEENER, JOHN H. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3 KEENER, WILMA Y, P. E. Show 1, 2 Chorus 1 Pep Club 1, 2 1, 2,3 SllE5llNIllIl4DlIRS Row Two- - JAMES, RONALD E. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2 Track 1, 13, 3 Ind. Arts 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 JOHNSON, DONALD B. Basketball 1, 2, 4 JOHNSON, ELEANOR J. Band 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Class Play 3, 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Class Officer 3, 4 JOHNSON, VERNON JR. Basketball 2, 3, 4 boltball 2. 3 Class Play 3 F A l F... F. F. A. President 5 Row Fcuii KERSTER, VVILMA P. Chorus 3 G. A.A.2 KING, CHARLES M. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Solo and Ensemb Class Play 3 Dance Band 4 Annual Editor 4 Glee Club 1, 3 President News Staff 3 Softball 3 Basketball 3 Pep Club 4 Woodwind Lieutenant 4 KNIGHT, DONALD R. Class President 1, 2 KNUST, JOYCE L. G. A.A.1.2 Chorus 1, 2 Class Play 3 le3 GERALD E DONALD B. JOHNSON FRE D CHARLES M. KING 3 ' hx ELEANokJ.,Jqmv:au 1 JOHN DONALD R KNIGHT AUCKEMEYFR JOHN 6 HORTON Row One-- KRAMER, PATRICIA L G. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Chorus 2 LAWSON, NORMA J. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 P. E. Leader 1, 2 P. E. Show 1, 2 Student Council 1, 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Vice-President 4 Annual Staff 4 Spectator Staff 4 Class Play 3, 4 Class Vice-President 1 Class President 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LEEDS, DUANE LEVEQUE, 'JOYCE E. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Ec. Club 1, 2 Glee Club 1 Camera Club 3 P. E. Shov 2 Row Three- MICHELS, 'CHARLES E. Football 2 Track 1, 22, 3 F. F. A. 3, 4 Pep Club 2 MICHELS, LILLIAN V. Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club E Class Play 3 MONTGOMERY, SHIRLEY Glee Club 1, 2 School Plny 2 Class Treasurer 1 MOORE, LESTER D. F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 3 Student Council 1, 3 Band 1 Class Play 3, 4 SENMDIRS Row Two- McDOWELL, PATSY L. Chorus 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 43 Presiden Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Annual Staff 3 Dance Band 4 McKINNEY, JOYCE A. Chorus 1, 2, 4 F. H. A. 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 MANN, RUTH A. Band 1, 2 Pep Club l Chorus 1 METCALF, FRANCES A. Student Council 1, 2 Band 1, 2 Style Show 1, 3, 4 G. A. A. 4 Chorus 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 4 Row Four - MYERS, RUTH E. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1 Pep Club IE, 4 G. A. A. 1 Solo and Ensemble 3, 4 Style Show 1, 2 ORR, MARY' J. Class Secretary 1 Band 1, 2 Style Show 2 P. E. Show 1 Play Staff 4 Chorus 1 Pep Club l, 2 PARKS, DOROTHY A. Girls Council 3, 4 Librarian 3 P. E. Show 1, 2 Spectator Staff 3, 4 Style Show 1, 2, 4 Queen Attendant 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 F. F, A. Chapter Queen 4 PERKINS, FAYE C. Chorus 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Style Show 1, 2, 4 Spring Concert 3 Christmas Concert 4 . ,uf A 'ff LEYT. Z PATRICIA L. KRAMER . ,V .QW PATSY L.M9D0WEll CHARLES ELMICHHS RLJTH E. MEYER5 9 X- 'Vs- NOPMA J. LA WSON DUANE LEEDS JOYCEA.M9KlNNfY ULLLAN M MICHELS 3' I RUTH A. MANN SHIRLEY MONT GOMIWY MARY J. OAU? -A 'J DOHTHY A. PARKS JOYCE E LE VEQUE 1-'RA fvgfs 4. Mfrcfuf xg, LESTER D. MOORE FA YE C. PERKINS Rbw One-- PIERCE, CARROL F. Track 1 F. F. A. 4 REID, JACK, W. Pep Club 2, 3 F. F. A. 3, 4 F. F. A. President 4 Student Council 4 Football 2, 3, 4 REID, THELMA R. Home Ec. Club 1 Pep Club 2 RISTER, RICHARD C. Row Three- SHAW, BARBARA A. Band 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 2 SHAW, BETTY ANN Style Show 1, 2, 4 Band 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 3, 4 Spring Concert 3 Christmas Concert 4 Glee Club Sextette 4 SHAW, VANITA J. Cheerleader 3 Student Council 2 Glee Club 1, 2 President 3 Style Show 3 Band 1, 2 SHORT, WILBUR G. Basketball 3 Softball 2, 3 Class Play' 3 SlE5lINlllIl4DlIRS 'Row Two-- RODGERS, PAUL! Class Vice-President 3 Basketball 1, 2 F. F. A. ll Chorus 3 Vice-Pres. Student Councll 3 SCHUH, WALTER Pep Club l Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3 scorr, MELVADINE M I Glee Club 1, 2 Class Play 2 F. H. A. S, 4 SEARBY, LAWRENCE D N Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Track 3 Class Vice-President 1, 2 Row Foul- SIMMS, RICHARD H. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 SMITH, PAUL E. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 F. F. A. 1 SPRAY, JOHN D. Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 STRAIGHT, 'CLELLA N Chorus 2, 3 I CARROL E PIERCE PAUL Rooefns Q BARBARA A.SHAW RICHA RD H. S IMM5 JACK IM REID WALTER L.SCI'IUII A. SHAW PAUL E. SMITH THE1. MA n. new MEL VA DINE M. SCOTT VANITA J SHAW .JOHN D. SPRAY ' r ? . ,. if , . nmumcmih znwnffvcf a swear WILBUR G. SHORT CLELLA N. STRAIGHT Row One-- STRAIGHT, JOHN L. Football 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 TALLEY, GALEN D. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Drum Major 3 Annual Staff 4 Spectator Staff 4 Class Play 4 Speech Contest 4 UTTECHT, NORMA J. Spanish Club 1, 2 Girls League 1, 2 Cheerleader 3 Spectator Staff 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Excelsivor Life Staff 2 Class Play 3 VANDAVEER, RUTH D. Student Council 2, 3 Class Play 4 Row Three- VVATERFIELD, MYRON A. Football 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1, 2 Class Play 1, 2, 4 WATERS, LLOYD H. Track 1, 2 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 WILLIAMSON, LYNDA L. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Quartet 2, 4 Trio 3 Sextet 4 Chorus 1 Queen Attendant 1 Class Play 4 WISNER, ALICE M. News Staff 3 Librarian 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 SlIE5lINIllIl4DllRS Row Two- - VAUGHN, IMOGENE M. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 Band' 1, 2, 3 WALKER, PAULINE R Class Secretary-Treasu G. A. A. 3, 4 Annual Staff 3 Spectator Staff 4 'Class Play 4 Style Show 3 F. H. A. l Play Staff 3 WALTON, PAULINE J. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. l Chorus 1 P. E. Show 1, 2 F. H. A. 1 Style Sho v 1 Spring Concert 3 Clarinet Quartet 2, 4 XVARD, RAYMOND T. Class Play 4 Student Council 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Row Four- - YVISNER, DONALD G. F. F. A. E Basketball 1 WITTE, MARGARET G. A. A. 2, 3 Class Play 3 Glee 'Club 1, 2, 3 Band 2, 3 WOODS, DARRELL L. Basketball 1 F. F. A. l Pep Club 2 WOODS, MARVADEAN Chorus 1, 3, 4 P. E. Show 1, 2 Class Play 3 Pep Club 1, 2 Annual Staff 3 Librarian 4 Style Show 2 Spring Concert 1, 3 I'eI' JOHN L. STRAIGHT IMOGENE M. VAUGHN MYRON A. WATEHVILD 'YL' M 1 x LD G. wfsfvfn is GA LEN D. PAULINER. WALKER LLOYD H. WATERS MA RGARET A. WITTE NORMAA J. UTTECHT PAUUNE J. WAI. TON we 1.vNoAL.w1zuAMso1v DARRELL L. WOODS RUTH D. VANDA VEER RAYMOND 71 WARD ,N p ALICE M. WISNER MARVADHIN WOODS SENIOR GLASS lli'lllllS6I4DlR6I In the fall of "49" ninety-four happy seniors walked through the doors of old E. C. H. S., and as we did, We breathed that sigh of relief "We're almost out." After we got to know our fellow classmates at a get-acquainted party in the gym, we elected our class officers as follows: Don Couch, West Salem ....................................... ,.............. P resident Larry Searby, Browns ........................ ............,...... V ice-President Eleanor Johnson, West Salem ............... Secretary-Treasurer Our unfortunate class sponsors were Miss Chism and Mr. Hart. From this class Coach Hortin received the help of fifteen fellows in football: and Coach Hart the help of eight fellows in basketball. Judging from the results of the season, they must have been good help. Patsy Cooper represented the class as one of the cheerleaders, and added much enthusiasm and color to the year of sports. As a goal for our senior and succeeding years, we chose the phrase, "Find a way or make one." With this motto as the background for our studies as well as pleasure most of us settled down to work to find a way. We selected as our class flower, the white carnation, and class colors, blue and gold. Under the direction of George Engelman our class presented the play, "Angel of Red Canyon." We realize that these four years have been the happiest of our lives. As we walk out the doors of E. C. H. S., we hope we are ready for that career. O llb.ksGir Wim. Qgrrtio Glfrsarnmnmar We, the Senior Class of 1950, being more or less of sound mind and body, do hereby make and publish this our last will and testament. I Raymond "Porky" Ward, will my vocabulary to Jim VValters. For best results, keep Mr. Webster handy. l, Carol Blood, will my ability to play a clarinet to Bettye Williams. You can't talk while you blow. Give the world a rest. I, Frank Berg, will my side-burns and shuffling walk to John Meisen- heimer. 1, Mary Britton, will my ability to catch a maroon convertible to Awanda Hudson. I. Dow "Shortlegs" Davenport, will my stilts to Nile Balding. I, Lois Ewing, hereby will my barber chair to Veda Shaw. l Victoria Michels, hereby will my place in the lunch line to Shirley l Ervin. I, Lester Moore, will my love for Ruth Myers to Johri Schrader. My old flame. I, Norma Lawson, will my ability to carry on a lengthy conversation Cno sense in ith to Jack Maas. We, Joyce McKinney and Joyce Knust, will our soft-spoken lady-like voices to Catherine Roderick. 1, Arlene Metcalf, will my ability to preach a sermon to Roy Longbons. 1, Kemp Bunting, will my trusty "Slide Rule' to Maurice Shepherd. I, Carl Johnson, will my ability to fly to Phyllis Boyles.' I, Vernon Johnson, will my position on the "bench" to Robert Kitchene. QKeep it hot Bob.J We, Darrell Woods and Don Johnson, will our ability to keep girls to Dean Walters and Don Woods. CTake it easy boys.l I, Mabel Harper, will my ability to carry books to Marjorie Bassett. Yo Heave Ho ! Ugh! I, Dwain "Gabby" Gibson, will my silence to Olive Ann Deisher. I, Gerald Cgoodnightl Hinman, will my ability to shake off girls to Duane Bunting. For best results carry a club, Duane. I, John Gilbert Horton, will my snooker playing ability to Milton Terry. I, Ronald James, have the ability to keep a girl friendg so I'm going to keep it. lllbzfksclf Wvllllllplllb. 9QllllNlllD GlllflE5S'5ll'2fklll4lllE?illN1lCDlllf We, Ray Judge and Joyce Leveque, will our table in the hall to Betty Brake and James Bunting. I, Jessie Harrison, will my ability to eat and stay slim to Jean Gintz. I, Ruth Mann, will my ability to work in "Rogues Gallery" to Nadine Cowling. I, John "Rink" Keener, will my ability to stay away from girls to Kenneth Bunting. l. Faye Perkins, will my ability to dance to Jimmy Lee Lamar. XVe, Paul Rodgers and Paul Smith, will our ability to ride a motorcycle to Kenneth Stroup on his motor-bike. I, Wa.lter "Bub" Schuh will my chauffeur license for hauling pretty girls to Gene Copeland. I, Richard "Dick" Simms, will my position in football to Charles Tribe. I, Thelma Reid, will my ability to type to Carl Zimmerman. l. Vanita Shaw, will my long neat tresses to Charlene Hallam. I, Donnie Cullison, will my way with women to Joe Cooper. I, Keith Elliott, do not have anything to will, but if I did Nancy Davis- son would get it. I, Fred Fawkes, will my ability to go Halloweening and not get shot at to Victor Inman. I, Norma Cullison, will my ability to skip Latin class to my accomplice Clara Nell Mann. I, Joyce Bond, will my height to Joanne Tribe. Don't forget your Wheaties Joanne. I, Eugene Brown, will my graceful walk to Lula Mae Wolfe. l, Harold Cooper, will my ability to stay awake in English class to Rosemary Gawthorp. I, Donald Wisner, will my "true love" to Donald Leroy Myers. I, Patsy Cooper, will my ability to pester boys in lab. to Billie Sue Rice. ' I, Lynda Lou Williamson, will my ability to jump "puddles" to any athletic junior girl who feels up to it. 4 I, Dale Colyer, will my football jersey to Lester Paul Smith. I, Pauline Walker, will my sober, never-smiling face to Leona Michels. I, Myron fMikeJ Waterfield, will my nickname to Dean Walters. Laser wiuigilr, Qiumiio Glirssatmwirgmeit I, Marvadean Woods, will my ability to sing to Patricia Short. I, Mary Ann Farmer, will my ability to be teacher's pet to Delores McKinney. A 1, Galen Talley, will my ability to look "handsome" in ties to Gene Dutton. I, Dwain Gibson, will my ability to hunt coons to John Ibbotson. I, Imogene Vaughn, will my short chubby effect to Imogene Ahlfield. I, Jack Reid, will and bequeath all my steady girls to Willis Cunning- ham. Just remember Willis, going with one girl gets monotonous, but going with none is Worse. I, Betty Shaw, will my daintiness to Margaret Orrel. 1, David Crackel, will my ability to keep one girl to Gordon Gillette. I, Wilma Keener, hereby will my red hair to Lois Colyer. I, Duane Leeds, will my ability to make 100's in Science to George McTaggart. I, Archie Green, will my ability to have mumps in my Senior year to any one in the Junior Class who feels up to it. I, Bill Harrison, Will my ability to try and cut my hand off to Nile Balding. I, Lloyd Waters, will my "acting ability" to Mary Lou Vandaveer. I, Alice Wisner, will my love for oil wells to Sharon Reid. We, Margaret Witte and Maxine Scott, will our lady-like ways to Dolores King. l, Junior Coale, will my ability to keep quiet to any shy introvert Junior. I, Clella Straight, will my popularity to Nadine Johnson. I, Jean Uttecht, will my ability to make A's in Latin to John Boewe. I, Dona Feldman, will my favorite spot at the foot of the stairs with a certain boy to Shirley McKibbe11 and Bobbie Mason. I, Clive Gillard, have worked too hard to keep my hair curly, so I'm going to keep all of it. I, Joyce Walton, will my tactful Ways to Nadine Morlan. I, Barbara Shaw, will my ability to twirl a neat baton to Shirley Rister. I, Carrol Pierce, Will my manly physique to George McTaggart. I, Eleanor "Faith" Johnson, will my ability to stay true to one true lover, to Doris Cullison. I, John Straight, will to Jim Buntin, all my true lovers. illgfisar wiisii, Qiiiwiio GIIFIESQIAMIBNGIE l, Ruth Vandaveer, will my history talents to Jimmy Lee Lamar. 1. Ruth Myers, will my graceful walk to .Hester Fawkes. I, Donald Knight, will my armour to Rosemary Gawthorp. fTake it easy on the shoulder pads Rosemary.J I, VVilma Kerster, will my love for talkative men to Mary Nell Clark. l, John Spray, will my ability to do nothing except stand in the halls and hold hands with' some girl to any underclassman that comes under the same qualification. I. Fred Keener, will my love for church work to Wilma Jennings. I, Jack Gubbins, will my chair in Student Council to Sharon Reidy I, Eugene Hockemeyer, hereby will my sober face to Veda Shaw and my curly hair to Bob Sheraden. 1, Dorothy Ann Parks, will my ability to raise Hampshire hogs to Jean Gray. l, Shirley Montgomery, will my ability to "decline" a ring to Wanda Coale. It doesn't make much difference Wanda if it is a birth- stone. Amo, Amos, Amat. 1. Pat- McDowell. will my ability to make "hickies" on boys' necks to Suzanne Simms. l. Patty Kramer, will Marksmanship to Dottie Poynter. I. Charles King, will my ability to diet to Laura Marriott. I, Mary Joan Orr, will my ability to play the field to Darlene Hedrick. Always remember the good night rule, Darlene. It does Wonders. I, Charles Michels, will my ability to raise sheep to Herschel Root. I. Wilbur Short, will my boisterous voice to Mary Lou Perkins. I. Don Couch, will my good looks and love for Ellery girls to any underclassman who thinks he can live up to it. I, William Eblin, will my place in the hall to Jim Walters. I, Harold Blackford, will my bold haircut to Neil Stennett. I, Larry Searby, will my ability of never being late to Bob Kitchene. For best results observe the sign "Go Slow, School Ahead." I, Gail Colyer,'will my ability to blush to Mary Nell Clark. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we, the Senior Class of 1950, having been duly sworn, do acknowledge that the above is our last will and testament. Sworn to before us this day of May the 22nd in theiyear of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty. WITNESSES: CSEALJ CLASS OF 1950 Dorothy Ann Parks Norma Lawson SlIE5lNlllllDllR UMASS lll23llRlDlDlIlillllE54Ef'M The noted speed-demon, Frank Berg, was injured Oct. 24, 1960 While driving in the Mt. Carmel Speedway classics. He was rushed to the hospital at Mt. Carmel by an old classmate, Charles King, who is an ambulance driver and undertaker for the mortuary at Browns, Illinois. There he was taken in charge by a lovely young nurse, who turned out to be Patricia Cooper, another classmate. During the many weeks of convalescence, he learned many interesting things about his old friends of 1950. John Spray, who is in charge of the free movies at Parkersburg was his first visitor, and the hour fa.irly flew as he recounted that: Prof. Raymond Cnever-be-late-to-classl Ward is'now teaching American History in E. C. H. S., taking the place of the retired Virgil Hortin. Jean Uttecht is owner and manager of Osh-Kosh-B'gosh Blue Jean Factory. And remember Mary Jo Ann Orr? VVell, she is busily campaigning for Presidency of the "Be Kind to Short Folks" organization. Her campaign manager is Gerald "Goodnight" Hinman. Keith Elliott has just organized a swing band and he is to make his opening appearance at the Avalon in Mt. Carmel next week with his featured vocalist, Fred "Sinatra" Keener. ' Lois Ewing has recently received the Oscar for being the nation's top dramatic actress of the year. Mary Ann Farmer is a farmer's wife living with in-laws and raising eight kids. Fred Fawkes is proprietor of Shaw's Store assisted by Vanita. Jack Gubbins, head of a chain of theaters in Southern Illinois, has promised the public a better grade of pictures in the near future. Our speech whiz, Gene Hockemeyer, is a famed photographer now, but spends most of his time taking pictures of his favorite subject. fVeda is very photogenic.J And say, did you know that Ronald James succeeded Henry Ford as President of the Ford Motor Company in 1958? Gail Colyer is teaching bookkeeping at Old Edwards High. ' Harold Cooper, owner of the Evansville Press, is still trying to raise the paper boys' wages. Eu Don Couch is owner and operator of the new grain elevator in ery. Af Don Cullison has been gone three years coon hunting in deep dark rica. . SJEBNTDJR UMASS llll9RiDlll3HllE5ll3CM Norma Cullison, no relation to Donald, is employed as one of Billy Rose's Chorus girls. Focus your eyes on the gal third from the left end. Dow Davenport was crowned Snooker Champion of the World in the finals held in Australia last year. He's doing better than we thought he would. Junior Coale was crowned Corn King of the United States. Ruth Mann and Pauline VValker have taken the place of Harry Ile as Chief Cook and Bottle Washer at E. C. H. S. Cafeteria. Joyce Knust is the featured singer with Tommy Dorsey's band at Club 20 in New York. Larry Searby, a bartender, has been fired from Archie Green's tavern for being late for his job. After this bit of juicy gossip Patricia, the aforementioned nurse, glided into the room, and interrupted the conversation by sticking a thermometer into the mouth of John Spray. Oh, excuse me, wrong mouth. But anyway, Frank had heard enough for a little while. Must get him up and about before this is all over. His second visitor was Bill Eblin, foreman at the Vaughn Ranch in Mexico, who was in town on business and eagerly divulged his knowledge of former classmates. Dona Feldman Shop, specializing Mabel Harper book carrier. She and Carol Blood have opened their new Handiwork in knitted socks and hand-hemmed handkerchiefs. is now famous for her invention of an automatic remembers the old school days. Norma Jean Lawson is president of the University of I. D. J. T. A school specializing in "I-low to Talk Your Way Out" in ten easy lessons. i Bill revealed that Linda Lou VVilliamson, after getting her big break in the Senior Class Play, is in Hollywood finishing her tenth film. Don Wisner has a job teaching the deaf and dumb at Jacksonville tand Margaret Witte is now teaching soft-spoken languages at Charles- on. Darrell Woods had just paid his seventh fine for hitting pedestrians last Tuesday. Marvadean Woods is employed by the Roosevelt Construction Com- pany. .Joyce Leveque now has her own studio with Ray Judge as the main photographer. Now this may be only gossipg but I read in the paper the other day that as a result of Barbara Shaw's influence, Donald Knight has just been electrocuted for assassinating Dick Foster. Sierrroia Brass libimoioriiiecer Wilbur Short gives private lessons in Instrumental at West Salem. Ruth Vandaveer is singing in the Vandaveer Trio in the "Stork Club." Joyce Walton will give piano lessons to untalented brats. CFor a price, of course.J Lloyd Waters produced the picture "Beyond the Hills," starring Wilma Kerster as Jody. Clive Gillard just finished a very successful season as head coach at Bennington Q1 win, 14 lossesj. Some people have all the luck! Carl Johnson is station manager at the radio station ECHS located one mile north of Albion. Rodgers and Srnith's Daring Motorcycle Act is to be presented in Albion's "Bigger and Better Fair" coming in August. At this point in our story Patricia came in with a telegram for Mr. Eblin. It was necessary for him to leave at onceg so the conversation had to be ended. As Bill left the room, he almost collided with Pat Kramer, who told Frank that she had stopped in to have a stubbed toe dressed, and thought she might as well kill two Bergs with one stone. She was still smarting under the indignity of being fined for over parking on Marks Street in Bone Gap. She told him that Alice Wisner is doing well as secretary to Charlie Michels who was just elected the fortieth President of the United States. This will really put Browns and Albion on the map. Myron Waterfield has been crowned heavy weight wrestling cham- pion of the world. Good luck Mike, you'll need it. And Frank! Eleanor Johnson filed suit for divorce from her fifth faithful husband on grounds of desertion. Boy! She is doing O. K. Thelma Reid and Wilma Keener are hired as taxi drivers for Walter Schuh's Taxi Stand. Oh yes, Jessie Harrison has just been crowned "Star Talker" of Lawson's "Talk Your Way Out" College. An intellectual in the bunch! Harold Blackford is making pretty good money as P. E. instructor at the University of Illinois. Betty Shaw and Joyce Bond, owners of the Nu-Way Cafe, have David Crackel employed as head waiter. Joyce McKinney and Mary Britton have a right to wear ball caps. They're making 335,000 a year playing baseball with the Saint Louis Browns. Eugene Brown doesn't have to worry about keeping a budget with a secretary in the family. . Kemp Bunting has just returned from his first trip to the moon in his new R. S. V. Rocket. "Wish I could have gone," said Pat. "Might have found some new prospects." SlIE5lNllll4DllR QEIIQASS lll23llR4DlIlOlIHIlllli51l36lf Von remember Dick Simms and Dale Colyer don't you? Well, they are playing pro-football with the Little Prairie Pro-football League. Shirley Montgomery is the first lady pilot to fly around the world. She had Maxine Scott as co-pilot. Victoria Michels' speech training was very beneficial. She is a great lady orator and teacher of languages at Harvard. Dorothy Parks was just named "Miss America", and best dressed lady of the year. I always thought she was pretty. Ruth Myers and Cella Straight are models for the great painter, Carrol Pierce. Lester Moore succeeded Virgil McKitrick as Ag. Instructor at old C. H. S. and has Jack Reid as his able assistant. John "Rink" Keener is farming 160 acres on his Rancho four miles north of Albion on Route 130. s "Tex" Bill Harrison is in the hospital, too, recovering from a broken ankle received while wearing cowboy boots. John Straight and Arlene Metcalf are missionaries in Africa, and they say they have the cannibals eating out of their hands. fHmm, I wonder.J Don Johnson, after ten years in the Navy, has been given the title "The Best Deck Hand in the Whole Navy." Faye Perkins is a dancing instructor at Arthur Murray Dancing Studio in New York City. We knew she had talent when she Was still in high school. Galen Talley, a concert pianist now, will make his opening appear- ance with the Grand Ole Cpera Saturday night. Good luck, Galen. Vernon Johnson was named "Athlete of the Year" by the Associated Press. Is he married? Duane Leeds is employed as the strong man in Pat McDowell's Stage Show. "Well," said Pat, "I've run out of things to say and breath, toog so I guess I'd better run along. Now, you hurry up and get well and we'll talk some more about our old classmates." Signed: Nancy Davisson Shirley Rister Willis Cunningham Bob Sheraden Gene Copeland NAME Berg, Frank Blackford, Harold Blood, Carol Bond, Joyce Britton, Mary Brown, Eugene Bunting, Kemp Colyer, Dale Colyer, Gail Cooper, Harold Cooper, Patsy Couch, Don Cackel, David Cullison, Donald Cullison, Norma Davenport, Dow Eblin, Bill Elliott, Keith Ewing, Lois Farmer, Mary Ann Fawkes, Fred Feldman, Dona Gibson, Dwain Gillard, J. Clive Green, Archie Gubbins, Jack Harper, Mabel Harrison, Bill Harrison, Jessie Hinman, Gerald NICKNAME Frank Blackie Bobbie Flash Slid'e Rule Colyer Red Pat Cedric Donnie B. Faye Wild Bill Louis Shortie Annie Freddie Chocolates Gabby Young Blood Arch Useless Maybe Two Guns Leroy Potsie FAVORITE SAYING "My land" :AMY gosh!! CINOWU "Well my gosh" "Wot hoppin" "Scratched" "I don't know" "Well' kid" Not publishable Not publishable "Louie" "Holy Cow" "I ain't ah kidding" UMY my!! Unprintable "Don't let it Worry youu "I don't know" "I don't know" "Looks all right from here" "Gully darn" "What in the Sam's hill" HOBBY Basketball Tinkering around Skating Skating Music Feeding cattle Slide rule Pool Reading Music Collecting records Playing pool Basketball Skipping school Mechanics Women in general Reading Reading love stories Music and basketball Knitting Talking Reading West ern magazines Girls Pool Talking Winking Roses Horses AMBITION Nothing Farmer Home Ec Teacher Secretary Baseball player Clod hopper Adding machine Snooker player 'Do be somebody Nurse What do you think Teacher Engineer Engin eer Music teacher Housewife Grocery store clerk Mech anic Nurse Auctioneer Own a grocery store Pool shark . Out-talk Miss Gould Cowboy Housewife Chicken raiser NAME Hockemeyer, Gene Horton, John James, Ronald Johnson, Don Johnson, Eleanor Johnson, Vernon Judge, Ray Keener, Fred Keener, John Keener, Wilma Kerster, Wilma King, Charles Knight, Donald Knust, Joyce Kramer, Patty Lawson, Norma Leeds, Duane Leveque, Joyce McDowell, Pat McKinney, Joyce Mann, Ruth Metcalf, Arlene Michels, Charles Michels, Victoria Montgomery, Shirley Moore, Lester Myers, Ruth Orr, Mary Joan Parks, Dorothy Perkins, Faye Pierce, Carrol I il NICKNAME Hockey Bennie Red I-Iouray Ellie Lumberj ack Rink Wimpy Lover Tub Same P Blondie Lawson Pat Chub Ruthie Dimples Snowball Vickie Shorty Butch Molly Perky Carrol FAVORITE SAYING Not publishable "Beats me" "Fran" "Think you're big enough" "Ah piddle" "Guess I'll be shoveling off" UHuh7Y K4D0n1! t A4Ray0nr: "Oh shucks" "Oh my cow" "Tell us about it" "Shucks" "Shut up" "Well I'll be darn" "Horse feathers" "I don't know "Oh my cow" Not mentionable "Oh for heavens sake" "Gosh darn" "Gracious me" HOBBY Women Pool Automobiles. Hunting Smooching Fishing Swimming Skating Skating Burying stiffs Hunting Drawing Eating Hunting Collceting pictures Riding horses Eating Boys , Chasing Alice Swimming Reading Collecting stamps Reading Eating Bowling Reading Softball AMBITION Girls Brick mason Francis Women None Farming Catch a fish Nurse Farming Haven't got any Get fat Get married Housewife Get married Telephone oper- ator Nurse Farmer Teacher Housewife Farmer Secretary Ride in an airplane Get out of school Housewife Farmer NAME Reid, Jack Reid, Thelma Rodgers, Paul Schuh, Walter Scott, Maxine Searby, Larry Shaw, Barbara Shaw, Betty Shaw, Vanita Short, Wilbur Simms, Richard Smith, Paul Spray, John Straight, Clella Straight, John Talley, Galen Uttecht, Jean Vandaveer, Ruth Vaughn, Imogene Walker, Pauline Walton, Joyce Ward, Raymond Waterfield, Myron Waters, Lloyd Williamson, Lynda Wisner, Alice Wisner, Donald Witte, Margaret Woods, Darrell Woods, Marvadean Coale, Junior Johnson, Carl NICKNAME Jack Professor Bub Scotty Searby Bobby Bet Jeannie Wib Dick Jarhead Curly Cutie Freight John lVindy Uttecht Vandy Blondie Polly J oycie Porky Mike Puddles Merry Hedgy Witte Plowhorse Delee King Cornie Genius FAVORITE SAYING "Son of a gun" "Oh darn it" HOBBY Hunting fanythingj Sewing "By golly" Riding motorcycle "Oh feathers" Playing poker "Oh -.....?" Reading "Wouldn'tthat defrost Loafing you?" "I don't know" Playing piano Talking "Hello girls" "Just like a woman" "Don't let it worry ye" uMy goshn "Bologna" "My cow" aj lGGoSh7! HBi113! "Oh gosh" "Oh you don't say" Not publishable "Ain't it" "Charlie my boy" "Holy mackerel" Studying figures Riding a motorcycle Loafer Horseback riding Raising cane and put- ting a brick under it Tinting hair Eating Men Playing piano Music Large vocabulary Women Shale pit Charles Michels Horses It wouldn't do to say Barking like a dog "Ah get on the stick" Model airplanes AMBITION Farmer Housewife Be a millionaire Be a man Beautician Millionaire Beautician Secretary Hold one Army officer Professional loafer Housewife Minister Music teacher Raise little rough necks Be a nurse Bill Private secretary Secretary To be on time Same Farmer Fishing Farmer Cat catcher Don Farmer Scientist elllltlllN1I'lIl4lDllR BRASS lltlllllSC'llt4lDlIRClf In the fall of '47, fifty-eight brilliant Freshmen were initiated into the Halls of Fame in A. C. I-1. S. with lipstick tall colorsj, persimmons fgreenb, and paper tied all over us. They even put all of our shoes on the stage Call mixed up'J and we had to go get them. We enjoyed two parties during the year. Mr. Hortin and Mr. Hart were our sponsors. Officers elected were Betty Brake, Presidentg Phyllis Boyles, Vice- Presidentg and Joanne Tribe, Secretary-Treasurer. Our Student Coun- cil member was Kenneth Stroup. Veda Shaw was elected at the first of the second semester for the next year. This year we had three cheerleaders chosen from our class. They were Betty Brake, Glenda Fuller, and Willis Cunningham. Later NV1ll1s resigned. When we were Sophomores in '48 we came back to E. C. H. with sixty-four members. We had lots of fun on a skating party in Olney. Our class sponsors were Miss Gould and Mr. Hortin. Officers elected were Gene Copeland, Presidentg Gordon Gillette, Vice- Presidentg and Wanda Coale, Secretary-Treasurer. Veda Shaw was a carry-over member for the Student Council and Gordon Gillette 'vas eleceted for the year. At the end of the first semester Suzanne Simms was elected for the Student Council for the following year. We had one cheerleader, Shirley Rister, from our class this year. The class of '51 started off the year with sixty-five members. Class officers elected were John Boewe, President, Phyllis Boyles, Vice- Presidentg Shirley Rister, Secretaryg and Nancy Davisson, Treasurer. Willis Cunningham was elected as Student Council member. Betty Brake was elected at the beginning of the second semester for the fol- lowing year. Mrs. Kershaw and Mr. Bunting have the hectic job of being our sponsors. We have two cheerleaders from our class this year, Wanda Coale and Shirley Rister. Suzanne Simms was Business Manager of magazine sales with Na-ncy Davisson as assistant. The Junior Class was divided into three teams with Kenneth Stroup's team winning. Maurice Shepherd was high salesman with 325350. Altogether the Junior Class sold 81,131.05 to be used for the year's expenses. To celebrate we had a party. b The junior class had the honor of having Lula Mae Wolfe and Gordon Gillette chosen as Queen and King at the Christmas Dance. Our class is looking forward to the Junior-Senior Banquet. , an ,. ,., JUNICRS Row One--Nile Balding, Marjorie Bassett, John Boewe, Phyllis Boyles, Betty Brake, Duane Bunting. Row Two-James Bunting, Kenneth Bunting, Nancy Davisson, Mary Clark, Wanda Coale, Lois Colyer, Joe Cooper, Gene Copeland. Row Three-Nadine Cowling, Doris Cullison, Willis Cunningham, 'Olive Deisher, Shirley Ervin, Hester Fawkes, Gordon Gillette, Jean Gray. Row Four-Charlene Hallam, Darlene Hedrick, Awanda Hudson, Victor Inman, Nadine Johnson, Robert Kitchene, Jimmy Lamar, Roy Longboxfs. Row Five--Shirley McKibben, George McTaggart, Clara Mann, Laura Marriott, Bob Mason, John Meisenheimer, Leona Michels, Nadine Morlan. Row Six-Margaret Orrel, Mary Lou Perkins, Dottie Poynter, Sharon Reid, Billie Sue Rice, Shirley Rister, Catherine Rodrick, John Schrader. Row Seven-Veda Shaw, Maurice Shepherd, Bob Sheraden, Suzanne Simms, Neil Stennett, Kenneth Stroup, Milton Terry, Charles Tribe. Row Eight-Don E. Woods, Joanne Tribe, Mary Vandaveer, Dean Walters, Jim Walters, Bettye Williams, Lula Wolfe, Carl Zimmerman, Lester Paul Smith. JUNIORS L v ul ', 4 - 1. ,. . iyfl IK v K ,,,.5A,. ,I f. , 'Q - -A . ., ' 1 ts? 6 31 1 ' W, ' , 1 SDMDHCMDRES Row One-John Ashcraft, Jack Aulvin, John Bailey, Bill Bailey, Darlene Bailey, Dean Baker. Row Two-Elinor Barnett, Shirley Billingsley, Edwin Blackford, Velma Bowman, Donald Brake, Donald Bullock, Earl K. Bunting, Jo Ann Doty. Row Three-Grace Ann Bunting, Helen Bunting, Jan Butterick, Robert Caldwell, Mary Curtis, Glenna Dappert, Delores Dukes, Thomas Deaton. Row Four-Jim Elifritz, Amy Fewkes, Lona Fewkes, Louis Fieber, Ruth Fieber, Gene Fooks, James Goodman, Dallas Graham. Row Five-Linda Green, Gordon Gubbins, Joella Hallam, Earlean Hauerken, Marlene Hedrick, Harold Hodgson, June Hodgson, Jim Hollerbach. Row Six-Gail Hortin, Marjorie Iles, Billy Joe Johnson, Paul Johnson, Darrell Judge, Thomas Keener, Anita Kershaw, Charles Dee King. . Row Seven-Eleanor Koertge, Richard Kuykendall, Jack Lambert, Robert Landing- ham, Lavelle Latting, Imogene McCollum, Becky Leigh, Ruth Marriott. Row Eight-Marvin Miller, Ronnie Mitchell, Lena Nelson, Lois Nelson, Edward Nettleton, Carlyn Palfreeman, David Potter, Elizabeth Ridens. Row Nine-Mary K. Roosevelt, Jack Sarver, Joretta Shaw, Elmo Sheraden, Lois Simms, Minnie Smith, Ray Spann, Elbert Spruell. Row Ten-LeAnn Thread, Mina Walker, Shirley Wick, Marlene Wiles, Jay Winter, Norma Young, Winnifred Young, Norma Brown. SDEHCMDRE BRASS HISTDRT In the year of '48, seventy-five freshmen were initiated to begin the class of '52 with a big bang! Mr. Gillette was our sponsor and Jim Elifritz our President. The next year we entered school with eighty-four enrolled. During the year there were four withdrawals: Charlene Campbell, Charolette Leeds, Charles Tarpley, and Robert Vincent. We elected Jack Aulvin as our President, Norma Brown, Vice- Presidentg and Joretta Shaw as Secretary-Treasurer. Our sponsors were Mr. Hortin and Miss Jones. We are very proud of the boys and girls who represented our class in football, basketball, track, F. F. A., G. A. A., and F. H. A. and other organizations. Hr SOPHOMORES if K iv . '-,'3gqq1S'iT' ' .4 . AKX f 1 PRESHMEN Row One-Ruth Ashcrait, Shirley Balding, Barbara Bosecker, Russell Bowers, Lawrence Bunting, Shirley Bunting, Rose Campbell, Lois Clark. Row Two-Joan Collins, Charles Cooper, Mary Cooper, Don Crackel, Dale Cullison, Verdana Curry, Don Davenport, Ethelee Dunlap. Row Three-Jack Elliott, George Fewkes, Barbara Foster, Buddy Glover, Elaine Guyot, Joan Hortin, Marjorie Huff, Curtis Ingram. Row Four-Paul Joiner, Virginia Jones, Gary Keener, Denalee Kitchene, Jerry Lake, Billy Masterson, Bettie McKibben, John McTaggart. Row Five-Lowell Mann, -Lela Moore, Leroy Moore, Gene Newport, Gerald Perkins, Maxine'Pierce, Judy Reid, Wilma Reid. Row Six-Alice Robinson, Bill Sarver, Lester Shaw, Mary Smerdon, Loren Smith, Charlene Snowdall, Bill Spray, Richard Spruell. Row Seven--Elfreda Taylor, Harriett Walters, Ruth Waters, Lyndon Wharton, Louise Wilson, Robert Woods, Roy O. Woods, Margaret Works. FRESHME '- 4 ig: ,. f B . f ,, " in 73 M ' 5 2' I 4? 2: C " I' f x 4 ' . v iv X f' 2' 154 " 5, .1 5 f 'ii rw, 5. sx .- TQ X f f X 29 , ,Z X xx 4 Y Q' ' 4 Q V .5'0f Nggsfff -31: ERESHMAN mmkss lltlliiscitoiw On September 1, fifty-six weak-kneed, but determined minded freshmen entered the long desired E. C. S. H. We elected our class officers as follows: President ................................................................................. Don Crackel Vice-President ........ ............................. G ary Keener Secretary .................... ..... ..................... J u dy Reid Treasurer ...................................................,.................... Bettie McKibben Our Student Council members are Elaine Guyot and Margaret Works. Mr. Gillette and Mr. Kingsley are our unfortunate sponsors. On October 13th we received a thorough initiation from our upper- classmen. Later that afternoon we gave them a "talent" show. We are glad to report no withdrawals and one addition, Catherine Hawkins. This makes us a total of fifty-seven freshies. Denalee Kitchene Shirley Bunting ' S4l3lllilllDlDlll9 ll22fk.llLfJlIEBlIlilllllD2fk.llR SEPTEMBER- 1-First day classes. fBack to school.J 5-Labor Day. No school. CFreedom for a day.J 7-Rural Youth meeting. lp. m.J 9-Get-acquainted party 5th and 6th periods. 16-Mt. Carmel fherel. Our first football game. We Won, 40-0 21-Assembly program. Ministers. 23-Carmi Qherel. Another victory for the mighty Lions, 7-0. OCTOBER- 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 14 17 18 -Another blue Monday. -Grayville ftherej. A defeat. Oh Well, it happens to the best -Assembly program. Ministers. -Vocational area meeting. Dinner served fp. m.J. -Exams. I Wonder if this was really necessary. -Eldorado ftherej. Another defeat, 33-0. -G. A. A. Cabinet Meeting at Miss Gould's house. -Fairfield Cherel. Victory, 40-26. That's more like it. -F. F. A. Meeting. -Farm Bureau Meeting. Dinner served at 7:15 p. m. 19-Assembly program. Ministers. 20-Representative from Curtis Publishing Co. talked to Juniors. 21 26 28 -Bridgeport Qherel. Another 26-0 victory. -Rip Van Winkle-professional play. -Grayville fherel. Defeat 21-12. NOVEMBER- 2-Assembly-Ministers. 3-Rural Youth Banquet. 4-Palestine Ctherej. Victory, 19-0. 7-Basketball practice started. 8 11 15 16 18 18 -G. A. A. Buddy Supper. -Armistice Day, excused from school. -West Salem lherel, 67-27, our first basketball game. -Assembly program. Ministers. -Mt. Carmel fherel, 44-27, another victory. -Exams, We Won in spite of them. 21-Deep River Quartet. 22 24 25 29 30 -Bridgeport ftherel, victory 38-35. -Thanksgiving, no school. - -Allendale ltherel, victory 42-39. -Freshman Class Party. -Assembly program. Ministers. DECEMBER- 6-St. Francisville ftherel, victory 36-31. 7-Band Went to Fairfield for concert. 8-Fairfield band came here for concert. 9-Grayville ftherel ,another victory, 48-35. 12-G. A. A. Skating Party. 14-Assembly program. Ministers. 14-Norris City Ctherel, victory 53-36. ' SGIBHDGDJILQ 4EAllbllE5NlI1DA1i 16-Crossville Ctherej, another victory, 49-37. 17-Christmas Dance. 19-Senior Play. A success. fBelieve it or notlj 20--Fairfield ttherel, Victory, 47-31. 22-Band and Chorus Concert. 23-Enfield Ctherej. Another opponent rolled over. 23-Excused until January 2nd. Christmas Vacation. JANUARY- 2-School reopens. 4-Assembly program. Ministers. 5-Semester Exams. 6-Semester Exams. 6-Carmi Qtherel. 11-13-Little Ten Tournament at Grayville. We Won! 16--F. A. meeting. 18-Assembly program. Ministers. 18+Enfield ftherej. 54-47. What?? Again! 20-Allendale fherel. 66-46. We're doing all right. 23-Sophomore Class party. 26-27-Blind Tournament at Norris City. De didn't win. 31-Bridgeport Qherel, 51-45. We lostg everybody can't Win. FEBRUARY- 1-Assembly program. Ministers. 2-Mobile Museum came from Champaign. 3--St. Francisville ftherel, 56-29. We did it again! 7-West Salem CthereJ, 49-11. It wasn't too hard to do. 10-Mt. Carmel ftherej, defeated 25-31. 14--Grayville fherej. Victory, 35-20. 15-Assembly program. Ministers. 16-Six weeks exams. 17-Teachers Institute. No school Cgoody, goodyj. 21-Fairfield therel, 67-52. Victory. 24-Crossville fherel, 55-51. Victory. 27-28-Regional Tournament at Carmi. MARCH- ' 1-2-3-Regional Tournament at Carmi. CWe played in the fina1s.J 1-Assembly program. Ministers. 3-Night practice for Band Solos in gym. 7-Rural Youth play practice in gym. 10-Night practice for Band Solos in gym. 13-Football and Basketball Banquet in gym. 15-Assembly program. Ministers. 17-Night practice for Band Solos in gym. 21-Mr. Wright brought us a talk about part time work. 24-Junior Play. 29-Assembly program. Ministers. . 31-Six weeks exams. S4lBlItlll4DlDllIb fll3AllQllEQNlIDAllR APRIL- 2-District Band Contest. CWe made 1st.J 7-No school. Good Friday. -Assembly program. Ministers. --F. F. A. Meeting. -G. A. A. Campfire Meeting. -Assembly program. Ministers. 27-Band Concert. 28-Dance Revue in gym. 12 17 18 26 MAY- 4--Commercial Teachers' Meeting. 5-Junior and Senior Banquet. 9-Music Festival in gym. 10-Assembly program. Ministers. 12-Style Show. A 12-Industrial Arts Exhibits. 14-Baccalaureate Services. 15-Seniors' final exams. 15-Cole Marionettes "Legend of Sleepy Hollow." 18-19-Final exams for underclassmen. 22-Last day of school. 22-Commencement Program. llE3A.NlD "Oh! VVhat a band!" is how many expressed their opinions after hearing our band this year. Mr. Foster molded the players as a sculptor would mold clay into such shape that many soloists and groups were able to compete in the state contest finals early this spring. The band enjoyed many outings as did select groups from it. Some of these were as follows: All State Band, Grayville football game, Wood- wind clinic at Charleston, and an exchange concert with Fairfield. During the year we played at every home basketball and football game and gave three concerts. We helped out on several radio broad- casts and as I have mentioned before, took part in the district and state contest. 4ElEll4DllRlllIS This year the Edwards County Senior High had a chorus of thirty- five members who were under the' direction of Mrs. Thelma Troutt. During the year our group took part in the Christmas Concert and the Spring Music Festival. From our chorus was organized a girl's sextet who sang at Rotary and at a Talent Show given for the Polio Drive. CLARINETS Keith Elliott Charles King Denalee Kitchene Marjorie Iles Shirley Wick Joyce Walton Junior Coale Lois Nelson Carol Blood Shirley Bunting Ruth Fieber Joanne Hortin Minnie Smith SAXAPHONES John Meisenheimer Darrell Judge Shirley Billingsley Winnifred Young Raymond Ward Becky Leigh Ruth Myers Marjorie Huff DRUM S Russell Bowers Pat McDowell Pat Cooper Ethelee Dunlap Margaret Orrel David Potter Joan Collins Charlotte Leeds llEDAlNlD BARITONES Galen Tally Loren Smith Lawrence Bunting Harold 'Cooper ALTO 'CLARINET LeAnn Thread BASS CLARINET Rose Campbell OBOE Laura Marriott BASSOON Lona Fewkes CORNETS Don Couch Lynda Lou Williamson Maurice Shepherd Norma Lawson Ronald James Ruth Marriott Buddy Glover James Hollerbach Curtis Ingram Glenna Dappert Dallas Graham Eleanor Koertge William Sarver Jay Winter FRENCH HORNS Bob Sheraden Don Cullison Linda Green Jo Ann Doty Barbara Bosecker FLUTES Betty Brake Elaine Guyot Barbara Foster TROMBONES John Boewe Norma Young Gene Newport Rosemary Gawthorp Alice Mae Robinson Pat Hedrick BASSES John Spray Doris Cullison Helen Bunting Catherine Hawkins DRUM MAJOR Joanne Tribe MAJORETTES Barbara Shaw Veda Shaw Shirley Rister Marjorie Huff Rose Campbell lglll-lll4DllRllllS Row One-Margaret Works, Shirley Rister, Rosemary Gawthorp, Norma Lawson, Nadine Cowling, Laura Marriott, Nancy Davisson, Gail I-Iortin, Dona Feldman, Marvadean Woods, Judy Reid. Row :Two-Sharon Reid, Shirley Billingsley, Elinor Barnett, Shirley Ervin, Elizabeth Ridens, Glenna Dappert, Lois Nelson, Jo Ann Doty, Marlene Wiles, Ethelee Dunlap, Joyce McKinney. Row Three-Mrs. Thelma Troutt, Joan Collins, Wilma Reid, Velma Bowman, Anita Kershaw, Amy Fewkes, Verdana Curry, Linda Green, Arlene Metcalf, Shirley Bunting, Denalee Kitchene, 'Faye Perkins, Suzanne Simms. STUDENT COUNCIL G Row Two-Mary Ann Farmer, Jack Gubbins, Galen Talley, Gene Hockemeyer, Jack Reid, Darrell Judge, Raymond Ward, Willis Cunningham, Betty Brake, M-r. Fehrenbacher. Row One--Margaret Works, Winnifred Young, Billie Sue Rice, Margaret Witte, Jean Gray, Suzanne Simms, Norma Jean Lawson, Elaine Guyot, 'Linda Green, Pat Cooper. ANNUAL STAFF Row Two-Miss Chism, Mabel Harper, Jack Gubbins, Gene Hockemeyer, Charles King, David Potter, Galen Talley, Keith Elliott, Arlene Metcalf, Mr. Hart. Row One-Eleanor Johns-on, Laura Marriott, Zuzanne Simms, Shirley Bunting, Dorothy Ann Parks, Norma Jean Lawson, Denalee Kitchene, Lois Nelson. SPECTATOR STAFF Row Two-Mrs. Hudson, Helen Bunting, Jean Uttecht, Shirley Bunting, Don Couch, Genel Hockemeyer, John Spray, Galen Talley, Keith Elliott, Kemp Bunting, Mr. Enge man. Row One-Joyce Bond, Shirley Montgomery, Carol Blood, Lula Mae Wolfe, Suzanne Simms, Jean Gray, Dorothy Ann Parks, Norma Jean Lawson, Pauline Walker. Q , Qflfl Ill 35122. .f 1 - . , 'QF' 'Q' Ze x , , , 0 ' .,, A g 4 0 , . 'f'YVv if 'f f-.h'H'i3!'3X?.'j.' . f,,,pA4444 9 ,ff sa-nf. STUDENT COUNCIL REPORT 4 The Student Council was organized in 1947-48 in this school by P. F. Pool, who was then Principal. Bob Green was the first president. The purpose of the Student Council is to give the students a chance to say what they like or don't like about school policies. It regulates the activities of the various school organizations and tries to promote worthy ideals of scholarship, citizenship, and sportsmanship. Our Student Council is a member of the Illinois Association of Student Councils and also of the National Association of Student Councils. Each year, if the Student Council has enough money, they send representatives to District Conventions and to State Conventions. They do this to get new ideas about school government. Last year Keith Elliott was vice-president of our district. . Present officers of the Student Council are Jack Gubbins, Presi- dentg Gene Hockemeyer, Vice-Presidentg and Suzanne Simms, Secre- tary-Treasurer. Mr. Fehrenbacher, Principal, is our sponsor. ANNUAL STAFF , This year we had the largest class ever to graduate from this high school. From this an annual staff was formed and put under the direction of Miss Chism and Mr. Hart. The co-operation of the mem- bers of the senior class outside of the annual staff greatly reduced the load placed upon it. ' Great pains were taken to see that all parts of the county were well represented on the staff. This produced an efficient group. The photography was in the hands of Mr. Leveque, the printing Mr. Gerlach, and the binding by Mr. Speith. THE SPECTATOR STAFF U During the school year 1949-50', the Spectator staff has attempted to publish a monthly newspaper, carrying a balance of news and interest features. Reports from the various population centers of the county were included, and the editor and his staff did all in their power to provide the students of the school with as complete a cover- age of newsworthy items as was possible. l The editor was held almost entirely responsible for the production of the paper. The two sponsors acted as advisors only, and checked for propriety of news as Well as overseeing the typing of copy. Under the direction of the student editor were such student workers as the assistant editor, exchange editor, the class and community reporters and feature writers. These students determined the publishing dates, size and make-up of the paper and items to be included. Very rarely did sponsors or faculty members usurp the prerogatives of this student group. F. H. A. N This year the F. H. A. was blessed with fourteen new members which raised the total to sixteen. The election returns showed that President of the club was Joyce McKinney, Vice-President, Becky Leighg Secretary, Maxine Scottg Treasurer, Joretta Shawg Reporter, LeAnn Threadg Parliamentarian, Marjorie Ilesg Historian, Carlyn Palfreemang Song Leader, Hester Fawkesg and Chapter Mother, Mrs. Jerauld Iles. These were all under the direction of Miss Jones as sponsor. Different girls from the organization have attended various F. H. A. district meetings. The organization sponsored the Christmas Dance which was held for the student body and a few outside guests. We attended the Spring Rally which was held at Eldorado. Our group had charge of the style show which was in the afternoon. F. F. A. The Future Farmers of America is a National organization of farm boys enrolled in Agriculture in high school. The first organization was established in the United States in 1917. Membership is limited strictly to farm boys enrolled in Agri-' culture. When the local chapter was organized in October, 1946, there were twenty-six members in our F. F. A. Club. Active membership in the F. F. A. today is thirty-seven. ' The officers elected for '49 and '50 were as follows: Jack Reid .......................................................................................... President Dick Simms ........,..................................................,............ Vice-President Nile Balding ......... ................ S ecretary Kemp Bunting ......... ,.,......,. T reasurer Bob Mason ........... ........ R eporter Bill Eblin ........ ..................................... ..,....... S e ntinel G. A. A. The present Girls' Athletic Association was organized at Edwards County Senior High in 1948, under the direction of Miss Luanna Gould. The purpose is to promote interest in girls physical education, games, health, and sportsmanship. Awards, which include the school ietter With G. A. A. on it, are given. Membership is open to any girl who is passing in three academic subiects and who has earned fifty activity points according to the league. The forty-sing members of the G. A. A. have many good times to- gether, which include the skating parties, the Buddy Supper, and the Formal Initiation Ceremony. , The officers are as follows: President ................................... ....... M ary Ann Farmer Secretary .,....,,..,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W anda C0319 RGDOITGF -----.-.-......-....... ....... E leanor Johnson Vice-President ............, ,,,,,,,,,, N Qrma Lawson T1'GaSUI'61' ...-..................................................... .......... B ona Fewkes Program Chairman ,..,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, L eAnn Thread The sponsor is Miss Luanna Gould. , F. H. A. Row Two-Jessie Harrison, Jean Gray, Marjorie Iles, Maxine Scott, Hester Fawkes, Olive Ann Deisher, Joretta Shaw, Miss Jones, Row One-Becky Leigh, LeAnn Thread, Carlyn Palfreeman, Darlene Bailey, Mary Katherine Roosevelt, Lois Simms, Elfreda Taylor, Joyce McKinney. F. F. A. Row Three-Kemp Bunting, Bill Eblin, Junior Coale, Jimmy Lamar, Bob Mason, Fred Proctor, Dick Simms, Wilbur Short, Lloyd Waters, Frank Berg, Vernon Johnson, Lester Moore, Mr. McKitrick. Row Two-Billy Harrison, Don Knight, James Goodman, Charles D. King, Edward Nettleton, Donald Bullock, Leroy Moore, Marvin Miller, Gene Fooks, Charles Michels, Harold Hodgson. ' Row One-Paul Smith, Walter Brown, Carrol Pierce, Neil Stennett, Jay Winter, Archie Green, Dwain Gibson, Jack Reid, Nile Balding, Lowell Mann, Gerald Hinman, Louis Fieber. G. A. A. O Row Three-Hester Fawkes, Olive Ann Deisher, Joanne Hortin, Nadine Johnson, Jessie Harrison, Mary Britton, Norma Cullison, Clara Nell Mann, Lois Clark, Barbara Bosecker, Alice Wisner, Marjorie Iles, Ruth Ashcraft, Ruth Waters, Maxine Pierce, Harriett Walters, Miss Gould. Row Two-Jean Gray, Pat Kramer, Earlene Hauerken, Carlyn Palfreeman, Darlene Bailey, Anita Kershaw, Shirley Billingsley, Arlene Metcalf, Linda Green, Denalee Kitchene, Shirley Blhiting, Ethelee Dunlap, Joyce McKinney, Becky Leigh, Mary Katherine Roosevelt. Row One-Carol Blood, Joyce Walton, Pauline Walker, Helen Bunting, Lona Fewkes, LeAnn Thread, Norma Jean Lawson, Wanda Coale, Mary Ann Farmer, Eleanor Johnson, Dona Feldman, Marjorie Bassett, Judy Reid, Ruth Myers. 2 gnglfi sys Wxunns umm ALBION CHAPTER IF L9 " 5 4? v - . PEP CLUB . Row Four-Mr. Foster, Eleanor Johnson, Ruth Waters, Marjorie Huff, Bettie McKibben, Denalee Kitchene, Awanda Hudson, Arlene Metcalf, Elizabeth Ridens, Dale Colyer, David Potter, Charles King, Shirley Rister, Wilma Reid, Mary Katherine Roosevelt, Joyce Walton, Pauline Walker, Bettye Williams, Winnifred Young, Miss Gould. Row Three--Ray Spann, Minnie Smith, Vanita Shaw, Bob Kitchene, Elmo Sheraden, Veda Shaw, Suzanne Simms, Lois Nelson, Joyce McKinney, Ruth Marriott, Ruth Myers, Lula Wolfe, Ronnie Mitchell, Laura Marriott, Eloine Guyot, Gene Hocke- meyer, Joan Doty. Row Two-Maxine Pierce, Glenna Dappert, Nadine Cowling, Pat Cooper, Mary Cooper, Joan Collins, Keith Elliott, Nancy Davisson, Pat McDowell, Billie Sue Ricci, Betty Brake, Verdana Curry, Gene Copeland, Willis Cunningham, Wanda - oa e. Row -One-Nadine Morlan, Lois Colyer, Gail Colyer, Mary Clark, Lois Clark, Helen Buntlng, Shirley Billingsley, Shirley Bunting, Kemn Bunting, Don Brake, Phyllis Boyles, Marjorie Bassett, Barbara Bosecker, Shirley Balding, Ruth Ashcraft. CHEERLEADERS Row One-Shirley Rister, Wanda Coale, Pat Cooper. GIRLS COUNCIL ' Row One-Lois Ewing, Hester Fawkes, Norma Jean Lawson, Dona Feldman, Dorothy Ann Parks, Miss Gould. W 41013 000 Q , fl A,j,xJ PEP CLUB Since the reorganization of the Pep Club this year we have set up a charter containing our policies, requirements, and ideals. This has not been put into complete effect due to the lack of time left in the school year since its adoption, but next year we hope to have it in good working order. Our sponsors for the past year have been Miss Luanna Gould and Mr. Richard Foster. The Pep Club officers were as follows: President .........................................................,.......................... Betty Brake Vice-President .......... ....... N ancy Davisson Secretary ................................................................................. Pat McDowell Treasurer ................................................................................. Keith Elliott We feel that our greatest accomplishment this year has been the interest aroused in the cheering section and the better development of the students' school spirit. CHEERLEADERS Our cheering section under the able direction of three bundles of energy known as Wanda Coale, Pat Cooper, and Shirley Rister, was one of the best in years. These girls showed to the public the fire and enthusiasm behind the athletic fetes of the year. The entire school is grateful for the interest shown and created by these girls, and especially the sportsmanship they displayed throughout the year. GIRL'S COUNCIL The Girls' Council was organized by the Dean of Girls who felt that it was impossible for her alone to know all the needs of the girls of the school. The members of the Council, chosen by the girls of each attendance area, help the Dean further the welfare of the girls of this school. Lois Ewing ......... Hester Fawkes Norma Lawson ...... Dona Feldman Dorothy Parks Miss Gould ........ Browns Bone Gap Albion West Salem Ellery Dean of Girls FOOTBALL Football at Edwards High continued on the trend of improvement started by the unification of the Edwards County Schools. The Lions played heads-up football winning five and losing three. The function of the team at times was not up to early season performance but with view to attendance, increased by the new lighting system, and by the thrilling brand of football, the season was the most successful in the history of the school. The season was brightened by individual flashes of talent, Coach Hortin will miss many of these boys next year. BASKETBALL The 1949-50 season of the Edwards County Senior High School Lions turned out to be one of the most successful in several years in view of the won and lost record. The Lions won twenty-three games and lost only five which included taking the Little Ten Conference title. The season, although scarred by a few defeats, was marked by outstanding basketball, and good sportsmanship. It was an example of unusual talent molded into a smooth working body under expert hands. The players were honored at the annual basketball and football banquet. A hard season should have such a reward. FOOTBALL Row Four-Lester Smith, Charles Tribe, Managers. Row Three-Mr. Hortin, Coach, Dick Simms, Dale Colyer, John Keener, Frank Berg, James Bunting, Ronald James, Dwain Gibson, Mr. Hart, Assistant Coach. Row Two-John Straight, Jack Aulvin, Gordon Gillette, Milton Terry, John Schrader, Myron Waterfield, Larry Searby, Walter Brown. Row.One--J. Clive Gillard, Paul Smith, Bill Eblin, Ray Judge, Willis Cunningham, Nile Balding, Bob Kitchene, BASKETBALL Row Three-Charles Tribe, Manager, Mr. Hortin, Assistant Coach, Mr. Hart, Coach, 'Lester Paul Smith, Manager. Row Two-Gordon Gillette, Gene Copeland, Vernon Johnson, J. Clive Gillard, Bob Kitchene, Fred Fawkes. Row One-Don Johnson, Larry Searby, Dick Simms, Nile Balding, John H. Keener, Don Couch. BASKETBALL Second Team Row Three-Charles Tribe, Manager, Mr. Hortin, Coach, Mr. Hart, Assistant -Coach, Lester Paul Smith, Manager. - Row Two--Richard Spruell, Jan Butterick, Lester Shaw, Russell Bowers, Don Daven- port, Jerry Lake, Bob Caldwell, John Ashcraft. Row One-Jack Aulvin, Thomas Keener, Lavelle Latting, Jim Elifritz, Elbert Spruell, Ronnie Mitchell, Charles Tarpley. 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