Ellsworth High School - Eagle Yearbook (Ellsworth, IL)

 - Class of 1959

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Activities . . Ads ' g-g'gf:as""'f QE- Ei CDNTENTS . Page3 . . Page5 . . Page 6-7 . . .Page 8-16 . . Page 18-19 . . Page 20-21 . . Page 22-25 . . Page 26-31 . . Page 32-39 . . Page 40-56 2 We, the Senior Class of 1958-1959, dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Dale Engelhorn. He has been helpful to us in achieving our goals. Although this is his first year at Ellsworth he has become a true friend of the students. 'I SUPERINTENDENT SECRETARY A C' 41 1. . A f , , f 3? -R 2 wif 2' 's Mr. Winfield Bates Mrs. Oma Moody BOARD OE EDUCATION Left to Right: Mr. Harlan Builta, Mr. Edward Brown, Mr. Doren Spaicl, Mr. Winfield Bates, Mr. Monte Moss Mrs. John Parker, Mr. Lyle Brewer. Not pictured: Mr. Donald Gaines. 4 ,ALL N.:-1" DALE ENGELHORN Coach, Am. Prob., History 1? x A V DONALD HOUDE Industrial Arts L .r-: f in i - A 5' A f NICKOLAS BRLLL Chorus FACULTY ... . id'-' ELEANOR HALL DALE PIERRE Home Ec. 85 P. E. Science ,gene DOROTHY PADGETT MASON BA TES Commerce Agriculture LELA TILBURY JACK STEVENS English Band 5 KN TMJ COOKS Mrs. Anna Mae Benjamin, and Mrs. Helen Diedrich. BUS DRIVERS Left to Right: Ralph Graham, Jake Builta, Mack Lauritson, and Arlo Lauritson 6 SNAPSHDTS glwif FU' JEFF ADAMS Class Treasurer ..... . . . . 2 F.F.A. ........ ..1,2,3,4 F.F.A. Treasurer . . . . . . 3 F.F.A. Reporter . . . . . 4 Band ....... . . l,2,3 Chorus... ...l,2,3 Baseball . . . l,2,3,4 Basketball . . . .1,z,3,4 Track ....... . . l,2,3 "Able Miss Cain" . . . . . 3 "Finders Creepers" . . . . 4 Yearbook . .... . 4 Newspaper Staff . . . 3 4 JANE BRENT A F.H.A . ......... . F .H.A . Songleader .... F.H.A. Relation Chairman Student Council ...... ..2,3,4 ....3 ....4 ...4 Student Council Secretary . . . . 4 I "Able Miss Cain" ........ . 3 "Finders Creepers" . .... . . 4 Band ........ . .1,2,3,4 Chorus ...... . .l,2,3,4 Queen Candidate . . . . . 3,4 Yearbook Staff . . . . . 4 Newspaper Staff . . . . 3,4 W 1. .ti tt mf, 3 A LIC E CA RLSON Class Secretary .......... 2 F.H.A. ........... l,2,3,4 F.I-l.A. Secretary. . . . . . . 3 Recreation Chairman . . . . 4 , Eagle Staff ....... . . 4 Eagle Hi-Lite Staff . . . . . 2,4 i Chorus ........ . . l,2,3 "The Able Miss Cain" . . . . . 3 "Finders Creepers" . . . . 4 Perfect Attendance . . . . . l Betty Crocker Award . . . . 4 8 3 X -- 2 4 X -2hfa'14a'f -alms 1'- ., ., . ' ,' .. " ' . A 'X -1-.1'fr2i'1f.f - - .. tuilxsr . jkxefgi LOR EN CA RTER F.F.A. ......... . Yearbook Staff "Finders Creepers" . . NANCY ANN KEENE Class Vice-President ....... 4 Class Secretary .... .... 1 , 3 4 F.H.A. ....... . .l,2,3,4 F .H.A . Secretary .... .... 2 F.H.A. President ...... . . 3 F.H.A. Parliamentarian . . . . 4 Student Council ...... . . . 4 Yearbook Staff ,,,,, ,,,, 4 Eagle Hi-Lite Staff . . . . 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club . . . . .... . 4 Band........ ..l,2,3,4 Chorus . . ..... . . l,2,3 Cheerleading ...... . . 2, 3, 4 "The Able Miss Cain" . . . . . 3 "Finders Creepers" . . . . 4 Sweetheart Ball Queen . . . . 3 DAR Award ..,,, , , 4 anne...- Transfer from Normal Community Class Sentinel .... . . . F .F .A . Sentinel ..... F.F.A. Representative . . Baseball . . Track ..,. Boys' Chorus .... Yearbook Staff ..... "The Able Miss Cain" . . "Finders Creepers" . . King Candidate . . . 9 JAMES GREGORY KNIGHT 1 2 F.F.A. ........ . .l,2,3 Basketball..........l,23 l 13 12 dk LINDA MCWHORTER F.H.A. ........... l,2,3,4 Chorus . ............. 1,2 Theory ......... . . . . 2 "The Able Miss Cain" . . . 3 "Finders Creepers" . . . . 4 Eagle Staff ........ . . 4 Eagle Hi-Lite Staff . . . . . 4 Eagle Hi-Lite Reporter . . . . . 3 Class President . F.H.A. ..... F.H.A . President F .H.A . Historian Student Council . Yearbook Staff . . Newspaper Staff . Chorus ..... "Able Miss Cain" "Finders Creepers va BARBARA ELAINE NEWBERRY Class Vice-President . . Student Council Representative Student Council Treasurer .uno Q 1. o. no 0-no e Drive Cheerleader . . . 6 Queen Candidate ,,,, . M Captain of Magazin jk Perfect Attendance ,N 3 MARGARET L. PARKER Class Treasurer ...,.,,,,, 2 F.H.A. Treasurer ,.,,,,,, 3 F.H.A. ...... . . .l,2,3,4 Chorus ............ 1. 2, 3 "The Able Miss Cain" ..,.,, , 3 "Me And My Shadow" Prompter , , 4 "Finders Creepers" ....... . 4 Queen Candidate .......... 3 Eagle I-Ii-Lite Staff , , , 4 Eagle Staff ..... . . . 4 Music Festival . . . 1,3 Science Club ...... . . 4 Ensemble ......... . . 1,2 District Music Contest . . . . 1 10 GEORGE SCOTT F.F.A. ......... . F.F.A. Sentinel ...... Band ....... . . Chorus ...... "Able Miss Cain" . Yearbook Staff . . GLENN STILLE F.F.A. ........... 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. President . . . . . . 2 F.F.A. Treasurer . . . . 3 F.F.A. Sentinel . . . . . 4 judging Team F.F.A. . . . 2,3 Yearbook Staff .... ..... 4 Basketball .......... 1,2,3,4 Baseball ........... 1,2,3,4 Most Valuable Player in Baseball . 3 "Able Miss Cain" ........ . 3 "Finders Creepers" ...... . 4 King of Sweetheart Ball . . . . . 3 Music Festival ..... . . 1,2,3 Band ...... . . l,2, 3 JACKIE WALL S.A.R. Award ..... F.F.A . ....... . F.F.A. Reporter .... F.F.A. Judging Teams . . Yearbook Staff .... Honor Roll ..... Baseball . . . Basketball . . 11 1 DAVID AR'I'llUR YOUNG Class President ......... l, 2 F.F.A. ........... l,2,3,4 F.F.A. President ......... 3 F.F.A. Vice-President ...... 2 Student Council ........ . 3 President of Student Council . . . 3 Student Council Representative . . 3 Basketball .......... l,2,3,4 Baseball , , , ,1,2,3,4 Track ..... . . l,3,4 Boys' Chorus . . . . . l,2,3 Yearbook Staff . . . , , 4 "The Able Miss Cain" . . . 3 "Finders Creepers" . . , 4 King Candidate .. . 3 JERRY MARIE WILLIAMS Class Secretary, Treasurer . Class Reporter ........ Editor of Newspaper .... Newspaper ...... Yearbook ..... . . School Librarian . . . F.l-I.A. ..... . . l, Chorus . , . , Band ..... . .I, Theory .... . . Music Festival , , , l, Music Contest ......... Literary Contest ........ Prompter of "Kissing Cousin" . , "Able Miss Cain" .... . . "Finders Creepers" .... . . I CHARLES RICHARD YOUNG Class President .......... 2 F.F.A. . . . . . . . . . . .l,2,3,4 F.F.A. Secretary ........ 2 Student Council . . . . . .... 2,3 Student Council Representative . . 3 - Basketball .......... l,2,3,4 Baseball . . . . . . .l,2,3,4 Track .... . . l,3,4 Boys' Chorus . . . l,2,3 Yearbook Staff. . . . . . 4 "Finders Creepers" . . . 4 Sweetheart Ball King . . 4 12 WQQ, CLASS I-IISTORY In the spring of our eighth grade we elected officers for our fresh- 'man year as follows: David Young, president: Barbara Newberry, vice-president: Nancy Keene, secretary-treasurer: and Bea Heggerty and David Young: student council representatives . In the fall of 1955, nineteen students came into Ellsworth High as excited but green freshmen. We gained two new students-- Carol Cowan and Berle Evans but, later lost Berle Evans . As sophomores we elected Dick Young, president: Glenn Stille, vice-president: Alice Carlson, secretary: Margie Parker, treasurer: and David and Dick Young, student council representatives . We also lost three of our classmates, Pat Whalen, Carol Cowan, and Byron Woodrum. We gained five new members later on--Janet Brent, Maxine Emberton, Loren Carter, Larry Welch, and Verlona Boitnott. We initiated the freshmen as our first activity. Three classmates Barbara Newberry, Bea Heggerty, and Nancy Keene, were elected cheerleaders . For our junior year we elected David Young as president: Bar- bara Newberry, vice-president: Nancy Keene, secretary: jeff Adams, treasurer: and Dick Young, student council representatives . We lost four of our classmates: Bobbie Newberry, Bea Heggerty, Jill Miller, and Verlona Boitnott. We received our class rings early in the year. Cheerleaders out of our class were Barbara Newberry and Nancy Keene. We were proud to have Nancy Keene and Glenn Stille as Queen and King of the Sweetheart Ball. "The Able Miss Cain" our class play, was given in December. When we came back for our last year we elected the following officers: Barbara Newberry, president: Nancy Keene, vice-president: Jerry Marie Williams, secretary-treasurer. Student council repre- sentatives were Barbara Newberry, janet Brent, and Nancy Keene. Awards given out went to the following persons: Alice Carlson, Betty Crocker Award: jack Wall, S.A.R. and Nancy Keene, D.A.R. We lost Helen Woodford and Maxine Emberton as our classmates . Nancy Keene was chosen as cheerleader. Dick Young was King of the Sweetheart Ball. Our play, "Finders Creepers," was given in May. CLASS WILL We, the beloved Senior Class of '59 of Ellsworth High School, being of intelligent minds and memories of elephants, do hereby make, publish and authorize this as our last will and testament. To the School we will fifty remote controlled robots and hope that they are able to cause at least half as much commotion as we did during our four years . To the Junior Class we will half of our intelligence so that there will be that much remaining for the school after we are gone. To the Sophomore Class we will one of our many organizers and hope they have more workers than we did. To the Freshman Class we will our ability to outgrow our green- ness and act like high school students . I, Janet Brent, will my ability to go steady to Betty Riebe and hope she can go steady two years without breaking up. I, Barbara Newberry, will my ability to get a diamond ring in my senior year to Karen Wissmiller. I, Margie Parker, will by ability not to be a bridesmaid more than two times to Margie Coale and also to always stop when it says "stop." I, Linda McWhorter, will my freckles to Betty Riebe. I, Alice Carlson, will my ability to know all about sports to Judy Brown. I, Nancy Keene, will my ability to go to drive-in restaurants without running through glass windows to Don Builta. I, Jerry Marie Williams, will my ability to get good grades in Physics to Rick Roberts . I, Dick Young, will my ability not to get kicked out of any classes during my senior year to Ron Lauritson. I, Dave Young, will my ability to ride donkeys to Judy Brown and to Ron Lauritson. I will my ability to stay out of trouble. I, Glenn Stille, will my loud pipes to Don Builta and hope that he doesn't get picked up. I, George Scott, will my safe driving to Karen Wissmiller. I, Jack Wall, will my ability to get along with girls to Rick Roberts . I, Loren Carter, will my bubbling personality to Betty Riebe. I, James Knight, will my false teeth to Ron Lauritson and Don Builta. I, Jeff Adams, will my black around the school to Ron Lauritson and to Don Builta my ability not to run into trains. 14 S IOR PRDPHECY I was glancing through the newspaper when this headline caught my eye--"BREAK BETWEEN MULTI-MILLIONAIRE TWINS." It said, "The famous brothers, Dick and David Young are reportedly on bad terms. It all stems from the fact that David owns the Chicago Cubs and Dick owns the New York Yankees . Last year the Cubs took the Series from the Yankees . This is their first win since 1935 Well, what do you know about that? I wonder whatever became of the rest of that class . My curiosity was so aroused that I simply had to know. I decided to get in touch with Jack Wall and see if he could do anything. jack is an up and coming lawyer that took over Raymond Burr's part in the "Perry Mason" show. The sponsor extended the show to make it two hours long since jack was doing such a good job. jack said he would find a detective for me and let me know when he had a detailed report. It is now two weeks later and the report has just arrived . I'm sure you would like to know what it says so here it is: Margie Parker has just broken up with her sixth husband because she felt he was a poor marriage risk. She didn't get the custody of the children but she did get a 53, 000,000 a year settlement. Why, I just can't believe it! And it says here that Glenn Stille has taken over the family business of farming, but is reportedly doing a little bootlegging on the side. He is now known as "just Plain Glenn Stille." I'm afraid to look, at the next one. It says: Barbara Newberry is a happily married woman. Her husband, Bob, is now a major in the army and she is thinking of joining the WACS . She'll have to take orders from him now! Now that one wasn't so bad. I wonder what jim Knight turned out to be. It says here that he is an outstanding young scientist who has offered his services to man the first rocket to the moon. When asked why he volunteered, jim replied, "I'm looking for new conquests, new thrills, new stories, and new girls!" Well, what do you know! janet Brent has just been nominated as the first woman president of the KU KLUX KLAN. But wait, this can't be, she turned the offer down. She didn't think her husband, Kenny, could take care of their nine children without her help. That was nice of her. Speaking of nice people, it says here that Alice and Linda are in business together. They call it "Carlson and McWhorter Deep Sea Divers I knew they would amount to something. That's one job where you start at the top and work down! Nancy Keene is the highest paid model in the United States . She models exclusively, FREDRICKS ORIGINALS. Fredricks Originals is her husband and they have six little originals . Loren Carter owns the biggest building in Ellsworth. The sign out in front says, "CARTER'S MORTUARY -------- WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS." And jerry Williams, better known as Professor Williams, has decided after eight years of teaching to quit. Her theory is, "Why teach somebody else's kids when you can raise your own." George Scott is a small-time Texas rancher with only 20 oil wells, 10, 000 head of cattle, and was just nominated as "THE MOST ELIGIBLE BACHELOR OF THE YEAR." What do you know about that. I didn't think any of the students of that class would turn out like they did except for jeff Adams . He is operating "ADAM'S ELITE JUNK YARD." There is something about his junk yard that is different from others . Yes, you guessed it, Jeff wrecked about all those cars himself!! So this is the end of jack's report, and according to how much he charged me, this is the end of my bank account, too. 15 THU 9-o---uh., I '- L.. SENIOR TRIP AND SENIOR PLAY SNAPSHQTS WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE rms Pensou us wmrreo m evenv sms mmsuauon CARRWS A HIDDEN IKRRINGE9 PISTOL-N 2 in WILL 'SHOOT ON SIGHT - E I 54999 R1-:WARD 3 IA?dkg I noomuf PICTURE QW ALOON Q I I ev 1 2 me I is E E S? 3 5 .gf ,...,. , I N34 'A I ... I .. , ,4 'Wig' S- F I f in 'ivisbM , CLASS HISTDRY At the beginning of the year we elected our class officers as follows: President, Don Builtag Vice-President, Karen Wissmillerg Secretary, Margie Coaleg Treasurer, Ron Lauritsong Reporter, Judy Brown and Don Builtag Student Council Representatives, Rick Roberts and Margie Coale. We participated in the all-school magazine drive from which we added quite a bit to our class fund. A few weeks after school started we began work on our class play, "Me and My Shadow," which turned out quite well. During the year we lost two of our much needed members, Ada Bowman and Bill Wilson which left us with only seven members . We worked hard for a successful prom which turned out better than we had ever expected. We enjoyed it very much in spite of all the work we put into it and hope the seniors did, too. 18 JU IORS "1',.'f" mh ' , R A ' R : " ' uf Karen Wissmiller Don Builta W fag .... Q , I h h 2' " -.rr R R av,-for a f "ir A ' -fifil , o f , :ff 'T X , 'AA' 3 A, ff - 332,55 H 1 Sxrrwrvaw fs.v"'Q- Rick Roberts Bill Wilson R no 'f'f I'-""U' an ...J Aida Bowman Margie Coale Judy Brown 19 on Lauritson R 'ov aH'f.."" R R il - ..,1r.- g'f Betty Riebe CLASS HISTORY To start the year off, the sophomores had a party for the fresh- man class . In the afternoon we had amusement provided by the freshmen. Everyone seemed to enjoy this party. Then we elected our class officers which were as follows: President, Harold Davidg Vice-President, Eddie Bates: Secretary, Kay Suttleg Treasurer, Barbara Parkerg Reporter, Joan Mischg and Student Council Representatives, Harold Davis, Carol Diedrich, and Larry Scott. Our first money-making project was an all-school magazine sale Then as the year progressed we had other money-making projects which included bake sales, cake walks, and a square dance. We had a good turn out on all of our projects . Our class participated in Slack's Day. Larry Scott placed in the low hurdles and high hurdles . Nancy Walters placed in 50 yard dash and the 100 yard dash. Kay Suttle placed in the discus and Barb Parker placed in the 100 yard dash. Our class was honored to have Nancy Walters chosen as Cheer- leader. The sophomores found it quite interesting and fun serving at the junior-Senior Banquet. We enjoyed it very much and hope that the sophomores next year will have as much fun as we did serving the meal. Unfortunately we lost a member of our class, David Karnes. Since that time we have received a new addition to the class, Junior Murrell. We have found our sophomore year very enjoyable and hope our two years remaining will be as much fun. On 5 : .ax ..-sl 2 ' J Harold Davis SOPHOMORES -of Barbara Parker e xv Raw 9, fr Eddie Bates 'Mr C31-01 Diedl-ich Junior Murrell NancY Walters 211 if Kay Suttles Larry Scott joan Misgh 21 CL SS HISTORY The freshman class of '59 came into the high school full of vim and vigor. We started off to a good year with initiation day and party which created a lot of laughs . We proclaimed the honor of the biggest class in the high school numbering twenty-two. The new- comers were Frances Hutton, Fred Hall and Bill Hall. We fumbled our way through classes the first week forgetting locker numbers and teachers . We are proud to say Diane Builta and Linda Smith- son made the cheerleading squad along with several boys who made varisity letters in baseball and basketball. Gur class officers were President, Steve Killiang Vice-President, Carolyn Davis: Secretary, Linda Crutcherg Treasurer, Dave Gilmore and Student Council Representatives, Bob Lauritson and Don O'Neal. Our first activity was a hay rack ride and wiener roast followed up by a Christmas Dance. We then lost Fred and Bill Hall along with Ellen Bowman to Bloomington. Frances Hutton left in the spring for nurses' aid work in St. joseph Hospital. A newcomer Mary Elliot, a transfer from Bloomington joined us the second semester. The year 1958-59 was a wonderful year for us. 22 FRESHME ,dll X Nm dd tw!! 4 r l ' 0 f f 1 1 , if 1 1 S . li E Diane Builta Steve Killian nh in :ff ,f ffl iv-f ,Q ,J Q! 5 fra IZ if r ,. as 1 jimmy Rybefg Carolyn Davis Gentry Williams mf fa- if -......, nl r Q I ' ' gg, 'W' ,K 1' can I '5 'W t x S ' W f- , W, . t t is W 1 Q x' F .rr .W Q, gin! 4 J fi as I if Sharon Sturgeon Bob Walden Mary Riebe 23 14 x , I :rjjvfga X N avg X .. ilu -1 11' ff ,fi -m Q . 1,-1 !.. Carol Leichtenberg Donnie Lauritson l Q . 1 4 Tb-1 1 David Gilmore Linda Crutcher a, A ' . i-45 x 11' L I I Don O'Ne,a1 Ellen Bowman 24 W ,M M4 M 'Q r , UR! .E Bob Lauritson 'x fx .4 Q . S Jack Bane 1: 3 14 'S' ' 1 5 :A I ,QQ' I 'ld 1 X I' l If Q. 1 Q v sl r . , A- gg ,gnu x Q lrn - .Muay 1. ,. M' . jr f' ' i 1 E fin 8 fi 454 rn J W2 lx E r if if John Knight if 'f .kv X,-ff , V VA ll '-1 " Wu? We Patty Benjamin mi Fred Hall Bill Hall lf: Frances Hutton OE Ronny Carter is in v W , 327-:sg yy fr X Linda Smithson 1 fi 'sv'-1 Frank Campbell it Q 'J LN i Q5 gi' Q' X jnwglm HJ? :fm , ' f'if'Enfy. v I , -' '.- . ' fr ,,.., - ... ' ' f ---- . . 1' - v" 'f -:p...., . 1-, -A ,,,..f. , . ' .---'1--4' .01 - " ' ' 2 . N :A ' - - 1 , f . ff , X f" " 1 - 1' . 3 J, , I , A ,, "' U 1 69?-1 nf "' '. , ,yn y If uni' . I -V l.,--f H "., f. Y Q 2, ,l h wx 442' - , sy I A50 214' 'fffvkw 96 BASEBALL 1 BOTTOM ROW: David Gilmore, Glenn Stille, David Young. Ieff Adams, Don Builta, and Ron Lauritson. TOP ROW: Jack Bane, Steve Killian, James Knight, Bob Lauritson, Dick Young, Don O'Neal1, and Larry Scott. MOST VAlUABlE PLAYER CAPTAIN Glenn Stille David Young 27 VARSITY BASKETBALL 529: s.n-3 'vw -1.- X M wtf 115 Lt 'lf' fi -' . 144 'Nm if 'X ROW 1, Left to Right: Steve Killian, Bob Lauritson, Jack Wall, Dave Gilmore, not shown: Harold Davis ROW 2 Left to Right: Glenn Stille, James Knight, Dick Young, Dave Young, Don Builta, Ron Lauritson Coach Engel horn, not shown: Jeff Adams. Melvin-Sibley Lost 55 I-Ieyworth Lost 51 Octavia Lost 69 LeRoy Lost 35 Middletown Won 44 Stanford Lost 57 Downs Won 67 McLean Lost 75 Atlanta Lost 66 Hartsburg- Emden Lost 50 28 Elkart Downs Wapella County Tournament Saybrook Danvers Saybrook Bellflower Saybrook New Holland Armington Beason Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Lost JU IOR V RSITY ROW l, Left to Right: Don O'Neall, Jack Bane, Larry Scott, John Knight. ROW 2: Steve Killian, Eddie Bates, Bob Lauritson, David Gilmore, Ron Lauritson, Coach Engelhorn. Melvin-Sibley Heyworth Octavia LeRoy Middletown Stanford Downs McLean Atlanta Hartsburg- Emden Elkhart Lost Lost Lost Won Won Won Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Downs Won 3l-20 Wapella Won 53-43 Danvers Won 32-27 Saybrook-A rrowsmithWon 55-39 Bellflower Won 49-44 Saybrook-Arrowsmith Lost 48-37 New Holland Won 34-24 Armington Won 27-21 Beason Lost 57-52 Freshman-Sophomore Tournaments Hartsburg- Emden Won 39-35 Wapella Lost 53-40 Danvers Won 49-39 TRACK SQUAD STANDING: Coach Engelhorn, Glenn Stille, David Gilmore, James Knight, Dick Young, Bob Lauritson, Larry Scott. SEATED: Donnie O'Neal, Steve Killian, Donnie Builta, Harold Davis, Jeff Adams, Ed Bates. ' wt.. ' - xt'k f ha" n ,K ,w fx fi f if tt, f Basketball Captains: Basketball Most Valuable Players: Dick Young and Don Builta Dick and Dave Young, 30 CHEERLE DERS Left to Right: Linda Smithson, Nancy Keene, Diane Builta, Nancy Walters 1 N 31 mm . six, Uri: lbimil " N., Q C 41 iqqnervuxvf . 'B in fl 1 x .1 4 -, in Q . ' 'Q "W J .5 EPB- 5 J. I ,B ' ' 1 iv , ar f - - h .-- ,T - . 'X 4. - .---- ,s J 11, , ' -2 , ' zawgag fl W' . g..."g N"'.""xfj1 ' I ww f ', A fl uf 43' YE RBO0K ST FF Left to Right - ROW l: Barbara Newberry, Janet Brent, Editor, Margie Parker. ROW 2: Linda McWhorter, Alice Carlson, Jerry Williams, Nancy Keene, Mrs. Padgett, Advisor. ROW 3: Loren Carter, Jack Wall, George Scott, Dave Young, Glenn Stille, James Knight, Dick Young. EWSP PER STAFF Left to Right - ROW 1: Janet Brent, Margie Coale, Editor, Margie Parker. ROW 2: Linda McWhorter, Alice Carlson, Jerry Williams, Betty Riebe, Barbara Newberry, Nancy Keene, Judy Brown. ROW 3: Ron Lauritson, Bill Wilson, Don Builta, Rick Roberts. 33 F. H. . ROW 1, Left to Right, Seated: Betty Riebe, Treasurer, Nancy Walters, Kay Suttle, Secretary, Barbara Newberry, President, Nancy Keene, Patty Benjamin, Janet Brent. ROW 2: Carol Leichtenberg, Judy Brown, Joan Misch, Linda Crutcher, Carol Diedrich, Carolyn Davis, Sharon Sturgeon, Linda Smithson, Barbara Parker, Advisor, Mrs. Hall. ROW 3: Mary Riebe, Francis Hutton, Diane Builta, Jerry Williams, Margie Coale, Margie Parker, Linda McWhorter, Alice Carlson. NOT PICTURED: Karen Wissmiller, Vice-President. F. F. . Q VX JV X t SEATED: Donnie O'Neal, Secretary, Ron Lauritson, Treasurer, Mr. Mason Bates, Advisor, Rick Roberts, Vice- Presidentg Glenn Stille. STANDING: George Scott, Bob Lauritson, David Gilmore, Dick Young, Dave Young, Jim Knight, Bob Walden, john Knight. NOT PICTURED: Harold Davis, President, Jeff Adams, Reporter. 34 STUD T C011 CII. Left to Right - SEATED: Janet Brent, Secretary: Don Builta, President: Rick Roberts, Vice-President. ROW 2 - Standing: Nancy Keene, Margie Coale, Carol Diedrich, Barbara Newberry, Dave Young, Bob Lauritson, Mr. Winfield Bates, Advisor. ROW 3 - Standing: Larry Scott, Eddie Bates, Donnie O'Neal1, Steve Killian. SCIE cr CLUB Left to Right - SEATED: Joan Misch, Secretary, Don Builta, President: Rick Roberts, Vice-President. ROW 2 - Standing: Nancy Keene, Margie Parker, Nancy Walters, Frances Hutton, Barbara Parker, Judy Brown. ROW 3 Standing: John Knight, Jim Ryberg, Steve Killian, Ron Lauritson, Bill Wilson, Glenn Stille, Dale Pierre, Advisor. 35 CHORUS Left to Right - ROW 1: Joan Misch, Kay Suttle, Nancy Walters, Linda Crutcher, Carol Diedrich, Janet Brent, Director - Mr. Brill. ROW 2: Barbara Parker, Carol Leichtenberg, Diane Builta, Betty Riebe, Sharon Sturgeon, Patty Benjamin. AN Left to Right - ROW l: James Ryberg, Charles Snyder, Jerry Williams, Nancy Walters, Janet Brent, Carol Died- rich, Nancy Keene, Diane Builta, Joan Misch. ROW 2: David Gilmore, Don O'Neall, Lonnie Straub, John Knight. STANDING: Barbara Parker, Kay Suttle, Linda Crutcher, George Scott, Carol Leitchenberg. 36 SE IOR PL Y Left to Right: Jeff Adams, and Jack Wall. --N-JU-I'0l1'PL Y SEATED, Left to Right: Betty Riebe, Bill Wilson, Don Builta, Karen Wissmiller. STANDING, Left to Right: Ron Lauritson, Rick Roberts, Margie Coale, Judy Brown, Ada Bowman. 37 0 V 4 I , S. K Aw ' . X my 'af .- . - I , ,emi QA I l 1 'Q ' -- - -, M Q., all S . X vt 5' by 5 "Hem wg, W tu". , x ,' ' 'W , 4 s . 'QNI-rm., 'ia - , r 1 ww br tl. '1,.nx ' A M "lu: ' 11.555 A K va ' ,J X I. " ' ' V' 4. X W rv 4 ,"5 fv f 1 f ' , :aww WW ff M ,14- ' lvfzfy' K ., I RMK I . A as ' I ' N HS 1 b Wag' If Q, J' 9' "J A Q Q ,, , 60' ' 'L .ff .-f'.. , 60,1 , . ,ff 1 - A . . Av f' 42 sv. ' 'S' I ' I va? A . .9 34' Q ' 1 , 'I Q SWEETHE RT B LL TOP ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Keene, Queen Karen Wissmiller, King Dick Young, Glenn Stille. BOTTOM ROW: Barbara NewberrY. Janet Brent, Margie Coale, Ron Lauritson, Don Builta and James Knight. 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Read THE LEROY JOURNAL All the news of Ellsworth and Community Expert Commercial Printing LeRoy, Illinois Compliments of MODEL PARIS Dry Cleaners and Launder' s Bloomington Normal Compliments of KEISER - VAN LEER ASSOCIATION Bloomington, Illinois SCHERTZ SERVICE Dealers in Limestone, Phosphate, DOTSON - EPPERSON Farm Service Fertilizer Allis Chalmers, Sales 81 Service General Hauling, Livestock Speciality Phone 3631 LeRoy, Illinois Saybrook, Illinois H. K. Schertz Phone 3331 Res . Phone 2611 . , I 41 MElVIN .l. MILES GROCERY AND TELEVISION For the best deal in town "Sma1l enough to know you large enough to serve you" EIECTRIC MOTOR COMPANY Compliments of Electric motors, sales and service Eugene C. Struck Phone 221 THE PIIEE CAFE 208 East Front Bloomington, Illinois Specializing in Fried Chicken NYBAIIKE'S Vacuum Cleaner Shop 219 East Front Bloomington, Illinois Vacuum cleaner sales and service We sell and service most makes. 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