Elmwood Community High School - Ulmus Yearbook (Elmwood, IL)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 70
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1951 volume:
Entertain Crowd at
Homecoming Nov. 3 3
Last Friday was Elmwood's
'Prepares Yearbook '
Ralph Bell of Hamilton Press,
iHamilton, Illinois, was at the
Elmwood high school last week
Chosen for DAR 1
Award in Elmwood is
Miss Marilyn McKown has'
Elmwood hi h school became . . n' 1- cla star been chosen the winner of the v
member og the Blackhawk first known. football homecomlngdiiroorll-:eip thee ie"B"""'EE"""'g "" ' Good Citizenship award.!.g
inference as the result of action Aitlglough 19 Wash 8' C013 12 , proof BGV5 Attend 'has been active in school 5
:en at a meeting of the con- :Say lfgsllggf' of eggnsweaf thi as soo T Q 1 . the past four years g
egg ig Bradford- Monday-I game to see Elmwood win. gitpfjblatioiiai Convention ,?'m"'fAYe2,f,,X2i ff
Eegiini ' i the 1951 foot Eujnilmediately afterk the gameuturesi --1 an - Him. play lc
HLMH1' fd a2nQ,'i20f5'If ffgcandgffnggg and il William Keyser' ani Gene wi ' App Get sg X ,t
F. F. A. Group Attends ,Wd of 350 many more than, e of the Elmwooa -chapter of 00 S T 419,43
I ' I S s expected I 6 returned Friday from the Na b pb tba, 170 n
ntefnatfona toc ow gveryone lleieived t W FFA convention, which wa -21,99 IG IB
sack dance tlin Muncipal Auditorium, . cron, USL- Wahix Q11 ,V t
Delbert Messrs rode herd OH th fl W A cm-, Mo.. after a three el "leafy w,,"'-Ss S-sp QQ .1
27 of the FFA boys when the-ce eu of fvhile the bovs We,-et 0 Ofc,-,, el' 1
- lshed -- 66 5 - and Pe E
group attended the International 1 GX3 . '------1 -- -----L --A-A' "r 'Y .
Livestock Exposition at Chicago,,v QQPS Q .
1November 28 and 29. Willardkt QQO yay Wg
Sheley. Elmer NVilson. Bert Miles' 'e 140 .9051 ez '50 - .
and Glen Dikeman assisted in ,cm - an enxn eo 10065
.rounding up the mavericks from ,nest asmetli! eng0E1gAg9KXxerK'v1
time to time. ' B K-0 QQ .
The first day at the show, the fqiflngt iofwgg at Xglef' forex'
visitors saw the judging of the up G -Qxef-7 my nseefnwrnv
Grand Champion Hereford steer mg. T yL0?ft-5 vin e- teifxpg
land spent the evening at the. Mxfs toWx9e11 og,
Society Horse Show. Irge Wy, 1,25
The night was spent at the .d -
YMCA, where rooms were ob--' .
tained in two' dormitories-f ATR5
t-,hearsay-..seersew.ss ,mace 26.2 '
.ference games will be playa , wg, ,
successive Friday nights al w15t0 Fry 3
the Christmas vacation, skipbe Hgfe 1
g the Friday of the last week-V angy 05,311
l in January. For the 1951-52 ?,,00l's io wine
son these dates will be Jan- high Sfin me Wgaxnst
ry 4, 11, is, February 1, 8, 15, ,Inwood 6 fire 'game Q'
l 22. Em open? their flash io,
'he 1951 football schedule for
Blackhawk conference will
lude games on September 14
Toulong September 22 with
thersfield at Elmwood: Sep-
iber 29 at Galvag October 6
4 Walnut: October 13 with
nceville at Elmwood: October
at Bradford and November
lr 9 at Wyoming.
e a - Y -
Afgxmqteswg Fridzhe 111123 at
H 1-0109 down 1 ifom
the touchal battle X Second' he ,ir
Ra59, 131 the ima took to Ewmcn
of tun .Shown ui. Qi 6 two
-to Levfl S to awe and
,. . n'ASSe.',-'nI1 .L-MOA . ,
llrnwoaod -'Qt play one other.
CHS, 455 Valley, 2
1 Final Game '
lmwood closed the 1950 foot-
season Friday night with a.
win over Valle in the first
.one of the best games of the
ecoming at Elmwood. Q
fhe season was a very suc-l
sful one for Coach Hartleyf
l his squad, with 4 wins, 11
and 2 losses. Elmwood scoredt
points to their opponents 68.
Howard spent the last game
the bench as the result of an
iry received in the game with
vistown. A number of substi-
Es were used in this final
e and made a good showing
low the attention'of the fans
. athletes will turn to basket-
l. First ract-ice session was
ti Tuesday iight. . I
,ettermen returning from last-
rs' -squad are Aman, Bickfordg
gver, and Howard. The loss'
Bane, Haahn, Murdock, -and,
lultz will leave openings to'
filled for the team this yearjg
Elmwood will open .the seasong
rimfieldg 1, and the-firstlx
e game will be' against' Wil-,
fisfield on December '5'.- '
ECHS Defeats VIT I
38-145 Bradford Here
Friday Night, Oct. 20
E1mwood's football team de-
feated VIT Friday night by a
large margin as the boys played
VIT opened the scoring early
in the game but Hart1ey's men
came back strong and with some
well executed plays, soon had
they situation well in hand. Y
ECI-Is Juniors In Eii1Tv5bd PHA A
Class Play Nov. 17
The Junior Class of E C H S '
will present the comedy,"'JanuaryI,
Thaw" in -the gym Friday, Novem-E
ber 17, at 8:00 P. M. This is thef
play presented by the Scottish Rite l
Players in October which was sol
The cast wi1l'include: Madelyn
Beamer, Ronnie Finfrock, Janet,
Shissler, Janice .Worley, Betty!
Holds Style Show
The Elmwodd FHA sponsored!
a style show Thursday afternoonil
February 1, in the music room oh
the school. The mothers and
friends of all home economic!
students and FSHA members were,
guests of the afternoon. A var-l'
'iety of articles of clothing was
styled by tlie seventh and eighth
grades and 'all 'high school Home
' 'Ee classes.
g:g1O?ay'u12:iI?eMg21?g?1g.' if After the style show, punch and
Layman' Berwyn Meehan, Johnj cookies, malde by the freshman
West, GeorgesaSnlder, and Dean?
class, were served to all. Punch
Glenn. A ' - 4 , fvigas poured .by',Mrs. Ralph Mc-
Donft .miss hilarious comedy
Watch for notice next week.
Kown. c'hapter.mother, and Bettyy
-Sollenberger, president. Special,
lmpnsi-,3,were 1-ha mmap enlnnnlaandl
ECHS 42, Valley 33
In Ninth .Straight
Win for Elmwood 1
The Elmwood basketbau tean-E
got into action, Tuesday night,
they met Valley high school s.
the London Mills floor.
Playing an inferior brand o
ball, the locals. came from be-
hind to win over the host team,
after seeing the reserves re-
ceive a setback in the opener.
The final score of the varsxt
game, .was Elmwood, 423 Valley,
33Q,, , 'T ' . f
In 'spite of the heavy fog, manyi
of the local boosters were on
after the holiday vacation, whe 'Z
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uit. at the Elmwood school gyrr
-March 30th at eight o'clock.
To add to your listening plea
sure the new eight - speaker sounl
-system will be used so that ever:
Abody, regardless of seating, will b
:able to hear every word.
Score by quarters:
Local Boys Attending Elmwood Ends
FFA Convention in K. C.'
. B-asketball Season
i Bill Keyser and Gene Wilson ares
the season, and Hartley's
ned things up with a 66
ory over the visitors. '
led all the way and
rackets with Aman
each getting 15 poi
men in the double figure
14, and Finfxjock, 11.
Snider, Callister and
. contrifbutedto the total
yood. Blackburn of 'Dun-
attending the National Conferencei
of Future Farmers of America ah
Kansas City, Mo., Tuesday, 'Wed-?
nesday, and Thursday of thisj
week. They will also visit theg
With Loss at Canton
Elmwood high school closed
the basketball season with a dull'
thud rather than with the tradit
4 M A lional bang when they met Lewis?
- town in the 'second game of the
Aman. f 5 4 tg
Grover, f 3 1 7
Bickford, c 3 2 8
Shane. g 7 4 18
Finfrock, g 1 2 4
Callister, c , A - 5 1 11'
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Mcflallister, 2 0 n ni
Canton tourney on Thursday night.,
The boys had a real cold night
at the bucket, hitting less than 25
percent and never looked good at
any time during the evening.
' .It was ,probably the 'poorest
-game the boys had played all sea-
son and' was-lone of those. nights
when nothingseemed to go right.-A
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z.1'ows, Betty Ruth Haines, Ray
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APRIL I, 1934--FEBRUARY 4g 1951
L. EDWARD SHOOP s
One by one his chums shall miss him
And each day we'll mlss him more
But we'Il not forget him ever,
Though his work on earth ls o'er,
He has finished with the labors
God had given hlm to do
But to ev'ry task he tackled
He was worthy and was true:
And he left to us a lesson-
One of truth and royal worth-
That the love ol' noble effort
ls the finest thing on earth,
-Franklin Lee Stevenson
R. E. Bickford,
Supt. of Schools
Elmwood Community High School
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RAYMOND HILL MARILYN MCKOWN RICHARD GROVER
"Rocket Ray" "Bessie" "Fritz"
'Captain of the crew!" "She 100kS,11ke an angel "He is just too cute to talk
And acts like one too about!"
But you never can tell
What an angel will do!"
One 'morning in September of 1947, fifty-six
very green freshmen wandered into the halls of
E.C.H.S. The class officers were chosen at our
first meeting. They were: Ronnie Aman, Presi-
dent, Kenneth Howard, Vice-President, Berwyn
Shane, Secretaryg and Raymond Hill, Treasurer.
During the year we had two class parties-the
first a Weiner roast in Roffey's woods and the
second a freshman-sophomore skating party at
Brimfield. We lost seven of our original members
during this year.
The class of '51 began its sophomore year with
forty-nine. For officers this year we elected Ken-
neth Howard, Presidentg Raymond Hill, Vice-
President: and Berwyn Shane. Secretary-Treas-
urer. Our two parties this year consisted of a
hayrack ride-Weiner roast and an all school party.
The Evrn was decorated hillbillv stvle for the Hill-
billy Wedding which a group of seniors presented.
This year we lost more members, making the
class now have a total of thirty-six.
We were very proud when we walked into
E.C.H.S. in September of 1949. We were juniors
and past the halfway mark in our four years of
high school life. This was to be a very big year for
us and it proved to be a very busy one too. The
officers elected were: Raymond Hill, President,
Betty Sollenberger, Vice-President, and Gene
Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer. Our first party of
the year was a hayrack ride-weiner roast. In
October we presented the play "Take Your Medi-
cine" under the direction of Miss Holm. The
play was such a huge success t.hat we gave it
again for as large a crowd as before. In December
the big moment arrived that we had long been
waiting for-our class rings arrived. In March
we started plans for the Prom to be on April 28.
Our theme was "Club '51" and when the time
arrived, it proved to be a big success. Dean Mur-
dock and Ann Miles were crowned King and
Queen. As this year came to a close, we were
looking forward to the next year when we would
September of '50 found thirty-five of us sitting
by the windows in the rows reserved only for
seniors. Our officers for this year were' Raymond
Hi1l,APresidentg Marilyn McKown, Vice-President,
and Richard Grover, Secretary-Treasurer. We
found we were to have another very busy year.
Our first party was the traditional steak-fry at
Detweiller Park on September 25. At the end of
the football season, we sponsored a football home-
coming, the first one for many years. The new
field and the gym were decorated with orange
and black streamers and pennants. A pep meeting
was held at the field the night before our final
game with Valley and ended up in a long snake
dance through town. After the game, a sock
dance was held in celebration of our victory. It
was estimated that a crowd of three-hundred
fifty were there. Kenneth Howard and Marilyn
McKown were chosen King and Queen. Later
on we also sponsored another sock dance at
Christmas time. On March 30, we presented our
class play, "Willie's Week-end" under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Monroe. In April we were guests
of the juniors at the J unior-Senior Reception. As
the graduating class, we now number thirty-
We are now ready to go forth and make use of
the knowledge we have gained here during the
last four years.
Colors-Blue and White Flower-Yellow Rose
Motto-"Tonight we launch: where shall we
J OANN ADAMS
"Early to bed,
Early to rise,
May make you healthy,
But won"t make you wise."
"I'm not a flirt
l'm just good natured!"
"His limbs were cast in manly mold-
For hardy sports and contests bold."
"Her wavs are wavs of oleasantness.
and all her marks are A's."
"Me and my girl
My girl and me
Who is she?"
"Sometimes I just sit and think-
Sometimes I just sit!"
"On the football field he fights his best,
In .basketball he stands the test,
And on the track he will be fine
And yet-He keeps his dates on time."
"Her heart is not in her work-
It's in Edwards."
"Short, but sweet!"
"A1bie is known as the
Woman's Home Companion.
"A Mother's pride
A Father's joy
A great big bubbling, bouncing boy."
BETTY RUTH HAINES
"It's easy girls-if you have the eyes
"Gentlemen nrefer blondes!"
"Be it ever so handsome,
There's no form like my own
"A good lad we here behold
Who in the classroom is never bold."
"They say he is bashfu1--
But you'd be surprised!"
J OANN JOHNSTON
"When one is truly in love she not
Only says it, but shows it."
"I am not bashful
I'm just well trained."
"Tired of school and it's confusion,
She is now some man'sOil1usion."
"Never trouble trouble,
Until trouble troubles you."
"He talks, he talks,
Ye Gods! how he talks."
"A perfect gentleman!"
"We like to hear Wilma talk-
Because she knows all the news."
"There is a little bit of silliness
in every good little girl."
"He argues but seldom reasons."
"He lost his heart-and ring."
She did well whatever she under-
took to do."
"Yes, he has his share of wit, and
We often hear him using it."
"Our naughty boy from Sheffield with
the million dollar smile,"
"The girls like him but what does
that matter? It isn't a sin."
He smiled and said,
"Don't rush me, girls!"
"Ding dong dell, there goes the bell,
Classes have begun and here comes
Betty on the run." A
There will be a great gap in the world
when I die." .
"Wiser men than I have ridden on
motor-cycle and lived."
We, the members of the Senior Class of nineteen
hundred and fifty-one, being of unsound mind and
infirm body, and having lost entire control of our
faculties, but realizing that the end is drawing near,
declare all former wills void, and do affirm this to
be our last will 'and testament.
To The Faculty
We, the Seniors of Elmwood High School, in order
to show due appreciation and love for the faculty, do
bequeath peace of mind forever.
To The 'Inderclassmen
We, the Senior Class do give and bequeath to the
Sophomores, our ability to get along with thestudy
We, the Senior Class do give and bequeath to the
Juniors our dignity and our ability to yell at pep
We, the Senior .Class do give and bequeath to the
Freshmen a few hints
First: Don't studyg it's too much work.
Second: Don't throw erasersg you might get caught.
Third: Appear sophisticatedg chew gum., g
I, Ronnie Aman, do grve and bequeath unto Ted
Kinnicutt, my ability to stay home, -read comics, 'and
listen to the Red Sox.
I, Brian Rodgers, leave 'my quiet ways to James
I, Betty Ruth Haines, will my ability to "go steady"
to Betty Ramsay.
I, Marilyn McKown, will and bequeath my singing
talent to Jack Purtle.
I, Albert Hacker, leave my extra weight to Jerry
I, Patsy Keefer, bequeath my diamond ring to
I, Earl Rusch, do will my ability to farm to Bill
I, Marlys Robertson, do will and bequeath my hair
bows, especially my pink ones, to George Snider to
wear in his black curls.
I, Fritz Grover, leave my daily trips to Yates City
to Ronnie Finfrock.
I, Jack Bickford, will my ability to play basketball
to David Wilson.
I, Bill Keyser, do will and bequeath my sideburns
to Donald McCoy.
I, Warren French, do will and bequeath my ability
to study to Larry Johnson.
I, Marianne Miller, leave my quiet ways to Janet
I, Gene Wilson, leave my Toni-wave to Louis Colgan.
I, Margie 4Nelson, will my temper to Kathryn Gibbs.
I, Kenneth Howard, leave my Ford to any junior boy
who has a girl and can drive.
I, Larry Keen, leave my loud shirts to Franklin
I, Jane Burrows, do will and bequeath my ability to
type rapidly and without errors to the Typing I class.
I, Earl Sheley, do will and bequeath my place on
Maggie's Aggies to Buddy Silzer.
I, Steve Camp, do will and bequeath my ability to
get along with St. Francis Hospital nurses to Bobby
I, Janet Clark, will my ability to go with Edwards
boys to Mary Lou Howard.
I, Alan Rosecrans, leave my job at the Fair store
to Johnny Bridson.
I, Wilma Keime, leave my even temper to Pauline
I, Willard Parr, leave my ability to meet new girls
to Donnie Howard.
I, JoAnn Johnston, leave my A's in bookkeeping
to Spike Taylor.
I, Bill Doubet, do will and bequeath my stock car
to Carol West.
I, Ralph Bacher, leave my ability to get along with
Mr. Magers to Bob Ledger.
I, Betty Sollenberger, do will and bequeath my
collection of Harry's to Joan Camp.
I, Eugene Johnson, bequeath my good behavior to
I, Berwyn Shane, bequeath my ability to pronounce
big words to Mary Emery.
I, Amydell Clemonds, will my firm ways to Beverly
I, Raymond Hill, do will and bequeath my position
at Steer's Pharmacy to Donald Phares.
I, Duane Yerby, do will and bequeath my nocturnal
parking places to Donald Schoenbein.
I, Helen Bridson, do will and bequeath my seat in
the red Ford to any girl lucky enough to get it.
I, Charles Neal, do bequeath my ability to build
model airplanes to Dean Glenn.
I, Joann Adams, leave my desk in study hall to
I, Connie Foose, leave my sober ways to Barbara
We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty-
one, do hereby acknowledge this document as our last
will and testament. Any signs of sanity are purely
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J ANICE WORLEY
Back row, Left to Right-Shirley Gray, Bobby Korenowski, Kaye Keefer, Betty
Ramsay, Regina Layman, Marilyn Austin, Ruth McDonald, Donald Howard, Char-
lene Bateman, Rodger Dunton, Margery Rosecrans.
Middle row-Donald Meehan, Dean Glenn, Ted Kinnicutt, Edward Shoop, Berwyn
Mveehan, Wayne Callister, George Snider, Ronnie Finfrock, Barbara Hahn, John
Front row-Peggy Moravek, Joanne Moravek, Dorothy Wagner, Joan Bacher,
Hazel Emery, Marilyn Weber, Janet'Shissler, Marilyn Van Sickle, Janice Worley,
Madelyn Beame, Betty Rynearson, Mary Emery.
In 1948, forty-four green freshmen flockedl-into
the halls of E. C. H. S. At our first meeting 'for
the year we picked the following officers: Roger.
Dunton, President, Betty Ramsay, Vice-Presidentg
George Snider, Secretary-Treasurer. Our two
parties for this year were a hayrack-ride and a
Weiner roast the first semester and a successful
all school party the last. During this year we lost
In September of '49, we elected the following
officers: Janice Worley, Presidentg Ruth Mc-
Donald, Vice-Presidentg and Janet Shissler, Sec-
retary-Treasurer. Our first party for this year
was a hayrack-ride, and the last. one an all school
party. We were also invited to a skating party
by the freshmen.
In September of '50, we were back again, this
time as juniors. We now numbered thirty-six.
We picked as officers: Wayne Callister, Presi-
dent, George Snider, Vice-Presidentg and
Janice Worley, Secretary-Treasurer. Our first
X-Xparty was a hamburger fry at Weber's but
Since it rained, the party was held at the gym.
Then, in November, the big moment arrived, our
classxrings were here. Before long, we gave our
p1ay.NIXanuary Thaw. The last highlight of the
year W the prom, which we named "Wonder-
land." - ny Howard and Helen Bridson were
Ch0Sen Kmg and Queen. At the end of this year
we number irty-three, and are looking very
anxiously to ing seniors next year.
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Back Row, Left to Right-Betty Lou McBeth, Donna Morby, Imogene Harwick,
Donald Phares, Carol West, Neal Duval, Lee Miles, Donald Schoenbein, Joan
Camp, Dick Hacker, Mary Maher, Lorraine Slane, Barbara Meehan.
Middle Row-Ralph Endres, Donald McCoy, Leonard Colgan, Bill Plumer, Eugene
Dembinski, Franklin Schroeder, Charles Taylor, Louis Colgan, Donald Lewis,
Leonard Grove, Gerald McCoy, Duane Patton, Shirley May.
Front Row-Jimmy Lewellyn, Jackie Craig, Eleanor Nickerson, Evelyn -Doubet,
Betty Broadfield, Ruth Wyman, Shirley Rodgers, Carol Keen, Rosemary Cline-
Bell, Jacqueline Ekena, Hope Hartley, June Sollenberger, Florence Edwards,
The day was fair and the grass was green and
so were the forty-eight freshmen that entered
Elmwood' High for the first time on that well-
remembered day in 1949. At the first meeting,
we elected: Donald McCoy, President, Leonard
Colgan, Vice-President, and Pauline Golden,
Secretary and Treasurer. Our entertainment for
the year was a skating party and a weiner roast.
In the fall of 1950, we-,again entered the cor-
ridors of E.C.H.S. as sophomores. The forty-two
of us were still a little frightened, but not nearly
so much as the year before. We again took up our
studies, and as before our entertainment took
place in the form of a weiner roast. Our officers
for this year were: :Carol West, President, Gerald
' McCoy, Vice-President, and Mary Maher, Secre-
tary-Treasurer. We are now looking forward to
next year when we will enter the bracket of
upper classmen as juniors. P
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KENNETH McALISTER BEVERLY DEMBIN SKI
Back Row, Left to Right-Marcia Norris, Buddy Silzer, Larry Johnson, Jim Nixon,
Bonnie Rice, William Diebold, David Wilson, Bill Shoenbein, Charles Garrett,
Michey Crouch, Mary Lou Howard, Dorothy Dunn, .Toe McCoy.
Middle Row--Bob Ledger, John Bridson, Virginia Hill, James Geber, Bill Dikeman,
Richard Harkness, Raymond Kolowski, Jack Purtle, Bill Howard, Kenneth Mc-
Alister, Floyd Hall.
Front Row-Jeannette Moravek, Pauline Settles, Marion O'Hearn, Linda Kratzer,
Peggy Miles, Dian Winn, Donna Sears, Fannie Moore, Shirley Clemonds, Jean
DeFord, Mary Weber.
On September 1, 1950, 42 very green freshmen entered E.C.H.S. and
took a look at their classrooms for the next four years. At. the first class
meeting Bill Dikeman was elected Presidentg Kenneth McAlister, Vice-
Presidentg and Beverly Dembinski, Secretary-Treasurer. The two parties
for this first year were a weiner roast and a skating party with the sopho-
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This completes the third year that ECHS has had
the driver training course, sponsored by the Chicago
Motor Club. Each year one of the car dealers in town
furnishes the school with a new car equipped with
special dual controls. This year, under the instruction
of Mr. Dawson, 30 students have taken the course in
"safe and sane driving". The class meet as a whole
once a week, using a special book entitled Man and
the Motor Car," and then the groups of four students
each, go out and drive twice a week The parents f
these boys and girls should be very proud of this
course, as its main principle is to teach the young
drivers the fundamentals of driving and the rules of
Back Row, Left to Right-Ralph Bacher, Alan Rosecrans, Edward Shoop, Ronnie
Aman, Kenneth Howard, Ronnie Finfrock, Fritz Grover, Brian Rodgers.
Front Row--Eugene Demibinski, Berwyn Meehan, George Snider, Albert Hacker,
John West, Ted Kinnicut, Wayne Callister, Jack Bickford. '
The scores of, the games for the year were
We had a very successful football season this
year, with four wins, two losses, and one tie, over
last year's two wins and three losses. Six of the
seven games were played here on our new field,
with the boys, being more experienced this year,
putting on very good exhibitions.
On September 23, the team was invited to Ex-
position Gardens to witness the Bradley-Ripon
game. Then, on the 30th, the seniors of the team
went to Champaign-Urbana to watch the open-
ing game of the Illini football season.
On November 15, a football banquet was held
at the legion hall by the Kiwanis Club in honor
of the players. A most Valuable Player Award
was awarded to Ronnie Aman by the letter win-
ners. Kenneth "Hap" Howard was elected Honor-
ary Captain for the year.
Back Row, Left to Right-Larry Johnson, Charles Gar-
rett, Jack Purtle, Kenneth McAlister, Jack Craig.
Front Row-Eugene Dembinski, Franklin Schroeder,
Gerald McCoy, Ralph Endres, John Bridson, Leinard
Grove, Bill Howard.
it Home Games
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Back Row, Left to Right-Bill Howard, Eugene Dem-
binski, George Snider, Bobby Korenowski.
Front Row-J im Nixon, David Wilson, William Diebold,
Kenneth McAlister, Johnnie Bridson.
FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL
Back Row, Left to right:
Kenneth McAlister, Wayne Callister, George Snider
'Berwyn Meehan, Ronnie Finfrock, Bobby Korenowski
Berwyn Shane, Fritz Grover, Jack Bickford, Ken-
neth Howard, Ronnie Aman.
Elmwood had a very successful basketball sea-
son this year, winning 19 and losing 6. The team
got off to a very good start, winning 9 in a row,
one of these being a 55 to 39 victory over Knox-
ville in the Holiday Tournament, giving them
first place. They soon hit stormy weather though
when Farmington beat them 52 to 48.
The E.C.H.S. cagers then went into a slump
after the first of the year, but soon came out into
another winning streak of seven games. Glasford
then stepped in and stopped them with a 48 to 44
victory, thus costing them the undisputed first
in the Kickapoo Valley League. However, they
didn't lose out altogether, the team tied with
Glasford, sharing first.
In March, the boys entered the regionals at
at Canton and beat Yates City in the first gameL
They were soon to be disappointed, when Lewis-
town won with a victory of 43 to 35.
During the basketball season, E.C.H.S. was
made a member of the strong Blackhawk confer-
ence. Actual competition will begin with football
next year and will carry through with basketball,
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Callister, Bill Howard, Donald McCoy, Ronnie Aman, Jack Bickford, Eugene
Dembinski, Albert Hacker, Gerald McCoy.
Front Row-Ronnie Finfrock, George Snider, Bernie Shane, Jim Lewellyn, Kenneth
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The E.C.H.S. baseball team started out their first baseball. season play-
iflg the Qntral Lionss who wan the team 13'--2, For the next game, Ennis.
Aman and Bernie Shane combined ote.lents' to pitch at 8-ll.. no--hit. gzm-.er over: Knox-
villef In the neact games with htyonving, Jlman ,ni.tc1'-ed a '71-0, no-shit, no--rum
Vimmer, Aftenseveral games, gnc team entered district contest and heat
Bushnell, 81320, only to lose the next day to Canton, l2--LL. "Aman finished the
season with an pitch.ing record of f our wins, and t hr-ee lossesg Shams finished
with two wins and one loss.,
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The first meet for the season was at Wyoming with gm- Om team winning first,
pillace, George Snider won first in shot pu t, 100, LLLO, and broadjump. Berwyn
Meehan won first in high jump and third in shot pat and high hurdles. Wayne
Callister' placed first in discus , high hurdles, and tied for second in high
jump. Willard Parr wah first in low hurdles and second in the 880. Charles
Garrett woim second in 220.x Elmwood lst, Wyoming 2nd,
FOI' their SGCOYIC1 meet, the team journeyed to Cuba for the Cuba-LaHa.rpe-
Elmwood meet, where they placed second. Wayne Calligxter won first place in 1
high hurdles and high jump. George Snider won firstin the 100, AAO, and bg-Cady...
Jump. Kenneth Howard placed secsnd in broadjump, fourth in discus, fifth in W
high JQIIIP, and tied fOI' SSCO1'1d in the 100, Willard Parr won Secgnduin 1QW"h'qrd..f
les and tied for fourth in pole vault. Berwyn Meehan won second in Bighvj "sb: up
and third in high hurdles. Leonard Grove placed second in the 100 and ibmugg '
in the mile. Alan Oosecrans won fourth in shot put. William Diebold. tied for - 8
second in pole va1iLt, Albert Hacker placed fourth in shot put. Elmwood lost --
finstn place by only a half point. Laharpe lstg Elmwood 2nd, Cuba 3rd,
The third one was held at Knoxville for the Knoxville'--Elmwood-ROVA meet' n
where the team again placed second. Waynge Callister won first in high jump' and
second in high hurdles, George Snider placed first in broadjump, and second- ima- ,
shot put, 100, and LAO, Berwyn Meehan tied for secondin high jump-hand placed
third in 220, Alan Rosecrans placedufirst in pole vault, foumh in broadjump
S-Hd fifth ifl jump.. Willard Parr won first in the 880, Albert Hacker pllaced
third in shot put and discus, Knoxville lst 5 Elmwood Zf1d5,ROVA 3rd,
At the district track meet, the team won sixth place out of the twentye-.,
seven 'schools participating, with ,George Snider making all the points. H e won
third .in broadjump and shot put.
In May' the team Went 130 the Blackhawk Conference meet at Galva where they "
,placed third, .George Snider placed first in shot put and set a new Blackhawk re-.
cord by jumping 19' 85' '3 he also placed second in the 1,405 Wayne Callister,first
in high jumpg, Leonard Grove, third in 880. Walnut lst 3 Galva Zndg Elmwood 3rd,
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Back Row, Left to 'Right-Richard Hacker, Charles Garrett, Jack Craig, Donnie
Meehan, Leonard Grove, Robert Ledger, Bill Howard, Bill Diebold, Coach Hartly.
Front Row-Ralph Bacher, Willard Parr, Berwyn Meehan, Wayne Callister, George
Snider, Kenneth Howard, Albert Hacker, Alan Rosecrans. I
Left to Right
Helen Bridson, Betty Sollenberger, Marilyn
Left to Right
Carla Haines, Martha Harwick, Nancy Hahn.
Left to Right
Joanne Moravek, Imogene Harwick, Betty
Ramsay, Margery Rosecrans.
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Standing, Left to Right--Gene Wilson, Marilyn Mc-
Kown, Mrs. Monroe, Ronnie Aman, Kenneth Howard,
Brian Rodgers, Larry Keen, Margery Nelson, Betty
Sollenberger, Connie Foose.
Seated, Left to Right-Helen Bridson, Albert Hacker,
Amydell Clemonds, Raymond Hill, Marlys Robertson,
Bernie Shane, Betty Ruth Haines.
SE N IOIl
Mrs. Ophelia Winkle - - Marlys Robertson
Willie ---- - Berwyn Shane
Mrs. McDonald - - Betty Sollenberger
Eva Wood ----- - Betty Ruth Haines
Mr. Hodges ---- - Raymond Hill
Mr. Posey "Napolean" ----- Brian Rodgers
Ozro Sanders "Captain Kidd" - - Larry Keen
Mrs. Wood ----- - Connie Foose
Janie Lou ----- - Margery Nelson
Mulligan - - Amydell Clemonds
Brenda - ----- Helen Bridson
Shirley - ---- Marilyn McKown
Orderlies - - Ronnie Aman-Kenneth Howard
Groomsmen - - - Albert Hacker-Gene Wilson
On Friday night, March 30th, the senior class
presented their play, "Willie's Week-End", Wihich
proved to be a very good success. The story centered
around a sanitarium, the Bide-a-wee nursing home,
where several slightly "demented" patients were found
wandering around the rooms, some of them being a
little dangerous- at times. The play was under the
direction of Mrs. Monroe.
Standing, Left to ,Right-Dean Glenn, Madelyn
Beamer, Edward Shoop, Berwyn Meehan, Betty
Ramsay, George Sniderfl Wayne Callister.
Sitting, Left t.o Right-John West ,Ruth McDonald,
Ronald Finfrock, Regina Layman, Janice Worley,
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Mrs. Gage -
Mr. Gage -
Sarah Gage -
Paula Gage -
Paula Gage -
Barbara Gage -
George Husted -
Matt Rockwood -
Mr. Loomis - -
Carson - -
Constable ,- - , ---- -
- Dean Glenn
The Junior class presented their play, "January
Thaw" on November 17, which was a howling success.
This is a story, centering around a New England farm
home, which shows what happens when one family
moves in on another. Politics, plumbing, elopements,
and living room livestock all made this a very hilarious
play. The play was under the direction of Mrs. Monroe.
Back Row, Left to Right-Lee Miles, Donald McCoy, Donnie Meehan, Donald
Schoenbein, Earl Rusch, Ralph Endres Raymond Kolowski, John West, Bill Plumer,
Jack Purtle, Leonard Colgan, Dick H,acker, Donald Howard, Ralph Bacher.
Middle Row-Richard Harkness, Bill Dikeman, Albert Hacker, Bill Doubet,
Kenneth Howard, Louis Colgan, George Snider, Wayne Callister, Bill Keyser, Gene
Wilson, Berwyn Meehan, Earl Sheley, Eugene Dembinski, Charles Neal.
Front Row-Tackie Craig, Buddy Silzer, Mickey Crouch, Charles Garrett, James
Geber, Neal Duval, Kenneth McAlister, Donald Phares, Gerald McCoy, Bobby
Korenowski, Robert Ledger, Bill Schoenbein, Gene Daley, Joe McCoy.
Future Farmers of America
President - - - Earl Sheley
- Bill Keyser
Secretary - Berwyn Meehan
Treasurer -. ,- Bill Doubet
Sentinel - -
We started the activities of the year by send-
ing four boys, Berwyn Meehan, Ralph Bacher,
Earl Sheley, and Wayne Callister, to the Sectional
Fair at Henry on September 2. Following that
on the sixth, we attended a plowing contest at
Gay Harlan's farm. In that same month, the
officers went to a Leadership Training Camp at
On October 6, we attended the annual Farm
Youth Day in Peoria, Following that, Bill Keyser
was awarded a trip to the National F.F.A. Con-
vention at Kansas City, by the Rock Island Rail-
road for his outstanding sheep production. Bill
also won the District award in the state.
In November, twenty-seven boys and four dads
- Earl Busch
- Louis Colgan
went to the International Livestock Exposition in
Chicago. Here they saw the judging of the Grand
Champion Steer, and later went to the Society
Horse Show in the evening.
This spring, in April, a skating party was spon-
sored by the chapter with an attendance of fifty
people. On March 20, we held a potluck supper
and Parents' Night, with movies, a vocal solo,
and piano solo as entertainment. A very interest-
ing talk was given by Mr. Orrie Potts from the
District Conservation Office in Pekin.
Earlier in the year, the F.F.A. boys formed a
basketball team which was better known as
Maggie's Aggies. We played Glasford and Brim-
Norris, June Sollenberger, Marilyn McKown.
Moravek, Amydell Clemonds, Jean Ann DeFord
President ---- Betty Sollenberger
Vice-President ---- Margie Nelson
Secretary - - - Eleanor Nickeson
Treasurer ----- Janet Clark
Public Relation Chairman - Peggy Moravek
Song Leader - - - Marilyn McKown
Historian - - - Amydell Clemonds
Parlimentarian - - - Wilma Keime
Recreation Chairman - Joanne Moravek
Chapter Mother - - Mrs. Ralph McKown
Chapter Sister ---- ' - Pat Persak
Chapter Adviser - Mrs. Barbara Feltham
The fifty-six members of F.H.A. held their first
meeting, September 12, 1950.
September 23, Betty Sollenberger, Connie
Foose, and Peggy Moravek attended the F.H.A.
House of Delegates meeting in Washington, Illi-
September 28, informal initiation was given for
the twenty-two new members.
October 6, attended Farm Youth Day in Peoria
with 4-H Club and F.F.A.
Back Row, Left to Right-Betty Sollenberger, Bonnie
Rice, Virginia Hill, Ruth McDonald, Charlene Bateman,
Kaye Keefer, Janet Shissler, Marge Rosecrans.
Middle Row-Betty ' Lou McBeth, Regina Layrnon,
Marilyn Austin, Barbara Hahn, Joanne Johnston, Betty
Ramsay, Joan Camp, Mary Maher, Connie .Foose.
Front Row-Carol Keen, Betty Broadfield, Marilyn
Van Sickle, Jacqueline Ekena, Barbara Hahn, Donna
Morby, Rosemary Clinebell, Evelyn Doubet.
October 26, formal initiation and installation of
officers was held. Our mothers were invited -as
The F.H.A. and F.F.A. also had a food stand at
the football field which opened with the first
F.H.A. week, November 5 through 11 was ob-
served with a special task performed by mem-
bers each day.
During December, Christmas gifts were taken
to Neighborhood House in Peroia. All were made
by F.H.A. members. December 20, we had a
Christmas party. The basketball foodstand was
started with the beginning of the basketball
February 1, the F.H.A. had a style show with
mothers and friends as guests.
In March, the F.H.A. sponsored courtesy week.
The general committee was the freshmen.
In April, at a special program, Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe gave us a very interesting demonstration
on flower arrangements.
During May the F.H.A. took a tour to Daven-
port and saw many points of interesst.
Back Row, Left to Right-Joanne Moravek, Janet
Clark, Patsy Keefer, Peggy Miles, Dian Winn, Betty
Rynearson, Madelyn Beamer, Wilma Keime, Eleanor
Middle Row-Dorothy Dunn, Margie Nelson, Helen
Bridson, Janice Worley, Mary Lou Howard, Marcia
Front Row-Jeannette Moravek, Marion Ruth 0'Hearn
Mary Emery, Fannie Moore, Shirley Clemonds, Peggy
Back Row, Left to Right--Linda Kratzer, Peggy Moravek, Eleanor
Nickerson, Joanne Moravek, Janet Clark, Madelyn Beamer, Wilma
Keime, Patsy Keefer, Betty Rynearson.
Middle Row-Dian Winn, Marge Nelson, Betty Ruth Haines, Joan
Bacher, Mary Howard, Dorothy Dunn, Marcia Norris, Janice
Worley, Helen Bridson, Marilyn McKown.
Front Row-Ruth O'Hearn, Pauline Settles, Amydell Clemonds,
Fannie Moore, Shirley Clemonds, Mary Emery, Donna Sears,
Jeannette Moravek, Jean Ann De Ford.
Point Captain -
Song Leader -
The first meeting for the year Was' held in
September with sixty-one members present.
There, were seventeen new girls to be added to
In October, we had our first. party, during
which we initiated the new members.
At our November meeting we elected two girls
from each class to attend the Peoria Central Play
Day. They participated in all the activities.
We discussed ways of raising money for the
treasury in December at our next meeting. It
was decided to sell chances on a bedspread which
brought a very good profit for the organization.
- Connie Foose
- Marilyn Austin
- Carol West
- Wilma Keime
- Marilyn McKown
In January we decided to have a Sport Night
in which all of the G.A.A. girls would participate.
During the evening they played volley-ball and
basketball, some of the girls put on stunts at in-
termission. This event. took place March 8 with
a very good audience attending.
Every year the G.A.A. girls have a banquet, this
year being at the Block 8z Kuhl Tea Room at
Peoria on April 30. We were served a very de-
licious dinner and were afterwards entertained
with a program by some of the girls. We elected
new officers for the coming year at this meeting.
Back Row, Left to Right-Bonnie Rice, Virginia Hill, Ruth Mc-
Donald, Kaye Keefer, Marge Rosecrans, Janet Shissler, Charlene
Bateman, Betty Ramsay, Carol West, Betty Sollenberger.
Middlee Row-Betty Lou McBeth, Joan Camp, Jane Burrows,
Barbara Hahn, Marlys Robertson, Marilyn Austin, Regina Layman,
Mary Maher, Connie Foose.
Front Row-Hope Hartley, Carol Keen, Jacqueline Ekena, Bar-
bara Meehan, Rosemary Clinebell, Shirley Gray, Marilyn Van
Sickle, Shirley Rodgers, June Sollenberger.
Back Row, Left to Right-Bill Dikeman, Betty Broadfield, Regina Layman, Ray-
mond Hill, Douglas Coulteer, Gary Fincham.
Middle Row-Marlys Robertson, Carol West, Wayne Dalton, 'Donald Spellman,
Marilyn Van Sickle, Donald Phares, Lee Miles, Ronald Boyd, Randy Snider, Claude
Spellman, Richard Hacker, Mary Maher, Peggy Miles.
Front Row-Virginia Hill, Madelyn Beamer.
Clarinets-Marlys Roberston, Carol West, Wayne Dalton, Donald Spellman
Trombones-Donald Phares, Lee Miles
Coronets-Randy Snider, Claude Spellman, Mary Maher, Peggy Miles,
Trumpet-Richard Hacker '
Bass Drum-Betty Broadfield, Raymond Hill
Snare Drum-Douglas Coulter, Gary Fincham M
The band had another successful year, gaining more members and
learning many new musical numbers. We played for all the home football
and basketball games, and at the last game, our homecoming, the band
marched in formation for the first time. On April 9, we gave a concert in
the gymnasium with several marches, concertos, and South American
numbers. We are looking forward to next year, and we hope we shall have '
many new members join.
Mr. Vegna has been with us two years and has done an
exceptionally fine job in teaching band. He is the director
of the Peoria Municipal Band besides teaching at various l
other schools. Having won national championships and
honors during his years as a musician, Mr. Vegna is a very
capable band teacher and we can be very proud to have
him in our music department.
FRANK MCCABE, E
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Back Row, -'Left to Right-Nancy Hayes, David Shindley, Janice Rodgers, Sandra
Clark, Margaret White, Evelena Cochran, Judy Parker, Berlene Maxwell.
Middle Row-Merle Clark, Tom'Wel1s, Judy Hildebrand, Martha Harwick, Joy
Keyser, Deanna Patterson, Nancy Hahn, Mel-vin Cowley.
Front Row.-Bob Harkness, 'Dick Neal, Larry Coon, Jim Lane, Bill Colgan, Sylvia
Hall, 'Jim Forney, Lynden Lischer, Jack Enfield. .
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Bacli Row, Left to Right-Diane.Butterfie1d, Glenn Nelson, Steve Harding, David
Rodgers, Robert Howard, ,Danny McBeth, Brian Kjellenberg, Robert Shissler,
Frank Barwick. '
Middle Row-Robert Emery, Dale Worley, Blair Haines, Karl Taylor, Ada Jones,
John Moody, George Whitney, Phillip Kratzer, Jimmy McGuire. '
Front Row-Mary Persak, Mary Colgan, Sandra Phares, Sharon Sloan, Betty
Duggins, Carla Haines, Larry Cox, Sammy Jones.
Back Row, Left to Right- Donald Emery, Donald Nelson, Claude Spellman,
llgatxgcia Dunn, Robert Hayes, Larry Proctor, David DeGroot, Janet Harlan, Linda
Middle Row-Mary Vance, Shirley Morris, Edward Cosby, Franklyn Harkness
Marilyn Cochran, Celia Cowley, Betty Harkness, Karen Kleen, Frankie Keefer.
Front Row-Bobby Churchill, Douglas Coulter, Ronald Brooks, Gerald Patterson
Jr., Malcolm Bollinger, Judith Purcell, Virginia Ekena, Richard Coon, Keith
Back Row, Left to Right- Jack Jordan, Jimmy Dawson, 'Nancy Glenn, Philip
Simpson, Douglas Eckland, Judy Dugnins, Jackie Miles, Patty Boice, Lavonne
Libby, Glenn Moody, Bernard Maxwell.
Middle Row-Richard Whitney, James Fruit, Donald Hague, Kathryn Imler,
Mary Alice Bourgoin, Mary Ruth Dikeman, Patricia Patterson, Mary Ann Emery,
Roger Schoenbein, Larry Mattson, Jack Trowbridge.
Front Row-James Dalton, Ronald Sollenberger, Richard Churchill, Sandra Pilman,
Sandra Fincham, Letitia Steer, Bruce Howard, Alan Sears, Bonnie Perryman.
Back Row, Left to Right-Roberta Schoenbein, Shirley Slane, Betty Gray, Carrol
Lou Shaheen, Dexter Harkness, David Roffey, JoAnn McLaughlin, Carolyn Sparks,
Ronald Boyd, Gary Finchan, Eugene Polen, William Folkenroth.
Middle Row--Robert Sollenberger, Jeffery McKinty, Roger Guild, Judy Keyser,
Patricia Super, Robert Whitney, Randal Snider, Louise Bourgoin, Joyce Rimington,
Larry Miles, Kenneth Archibald, Raymond Dunton.
Larry Miles, Kenneth Archibald, Raymond Dunton.
Front Row-JoAnne Gutshall, Kay Lynn Harkness, Sandra Gurshall, David Nelson,
Nicholas Moore, Elizabeth Talley, Retha Cowley, Carol Lee Dunn, Eleanor Hall,
Donald Spellman, Mary Miles, Linda Lou DeFord.
Back Row, Left to Right--Lester Trowbridge, Edward Graves, Jimmie Moravek,
Virginia Monroe, Lyle Slane, Edward Barwick, Jack DeFord, Tommy Harding,
Kenny Forney, Dean Vance, Bobbie Parker, Sheila Harwick.
Middle Row-Lou Ann Hoover, Glenn McBeth, Judith Schwartz, Gary Cox, Mary
Ellen Morton, David Purcell. Robert Jones, Sandra Cochran, Allen Eckhoff, James
Thompson, Duane Clift, Kay McCartney.
Front Row-Larry Dawson, Karen Peal, Larry Jones, Ronnie Ecklund, Bob Hogue,
Nancy Miles, Linda Bateman, Johnnie Simpson, Fred Rowe, Jackie Frame, Tommy
Reinhart, Jimmy Haines.
Back Row, Left to Right--Patricia Emery, Harry McFa1l, Bobbie Murphy, Louise
Philbee, Sherry Clark, Bobby Patterson, Patricia Maher, Robert Morris, John
McLaughlin, Allen Cochran, Betty Hall.
Middle Row-Carl Snyder, Linda Hall, Keith Cox, John Morris, Alex Morton,
Walter Fetgatter, Marianne Kleen, Jimmie Althiser, Ronald Thompson, Betty Sue
Front Row--Sharon Proctor, Sondra Klinck, Bill Roffey, Warren Crabill, Lowell
Cooper, Martha Ann DeGroot, Roberta Hall, Sharon Hall, Bobby Talley, Janet
Nelson, Elmer Bennett.
Back Row, Left to Right-Jimmie Philbee, Edward Threw, Dale Keime, Barbara
Beal, Suellen Swanson, Pauline Slane, James Lee Wyman, James Reinhart, Robert
Gray, Judith Wallick, Carol Rodgers, Mary Lou Morris.
Center Row-Janet Marie Finfrock, Janet Sue McGuire, Bobbie Joe Perryman,
Gerry Shaheen, Pamela Lott, Linda Kay Guild, Melanie Sue Frame, Kathryn
Jepson, Mary Ann Johnson, David Jordan, George Shaheen, Vicky Sue Cox.
Front Row-Joan Nelson, Linda Lou Bollinger, Roy I-Iogue, Russell Rowe, Roberta
Miles, Connie Sue Folkenroth, Raymond Graves, Linda Sue Howard, Bonnie Lynn
Bennett, Barry Coulter, Steven Sears, Bobby Glenn DeFord. '
Absent-Sharon Ray, Mary Beth Fetgatter.
Back Row, Left to Right-Glen Nelson, George Whit-
ney, Phillip Kratzer, Jim Lane, Robert Shissler, Steve
Front Row-Sammy Jones, Richard Neal, Jim Forney,
Lynden Lischer, Jack Enfield, LarryYCoon.
Elmwood Grade School Patrol has been under the direction of Lynden
Lischer, Captain of the morning patrol and Dick Neal, Captain of the
evening patrol. The lieutenants for the year have been Jim Lane, morning
and George Whitney, evening.
A Certificate of Award was received by the school from the Chicago
Motor Club in recognition of our no accident record for another year.
The Elmwood Kiwanis Club presented the school with raincoats and
hats which were greatly needed and for which the boys are very grateful.
Every Thursday ,the patrol court meets in the Eighth Grade room to
try any violators. Filrnstrips are shown to the different grades to give
them an idea how patrol works and what they can do to help. This spring
a day was set aside to test bicycles.
Back Row, Left to Right-Diane Butterfield Sandra
Clark, Janice Rodgers Ada Jones
Front Row-Sandra Pharhes, Calra Haines Joy Keyser
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Back Row, Letlt to Right-David Shindley, Danny McBeth, Blair
Haines, Gerald Patterson, David Rodgers, Steve Harding, Douglas
Coulter, Coach Hartley.
Middle Row-Richard Coon, Phillip Kratzer, Sammy Jones,
Richard Whitney, John Moody, Ronald Brooks, Merle Clark.
Front Row-Robert Harkness, Larry Coon, Jim Forney, Lynden
Lischer, Bill Colgan, Jim Lane.
Bacl: Row, Left to Right--Steve Harding, Merle Clark, George
Whitney, Sammy Jones, Jim Lane, Coach Hartley.
Front Row-Jack Enfield, Lynden Lischer, Jim Forney, Larry
Coon, David Shindley.
Back Row, Left to Right-Coach Hartley, Gerald Patterson, Phillip
Kratzer, Douglas Coulter, Robert Shissler.
Front Row-4David Rodgers, Ronald Brooks, Blair Haines, John
Moody, Dale Worley, Richard Coon. Q
The Elmwood Grade School had a fair season with the
heavyweights winning 9 of their 15 games and the lightweights
winning 6 of their 14. The 'heavyweight tournament was held at
Chillicothe and 'the lightweight tournamen at Bartonville.
The scores for the season were:
Elmwood 20 Farmington 32 Elmwood 12 Farmington
Elmwood 23 Brimfield Elmwood 18 Brimfield
Elmwood 22 Williamsfield Elmwood 33 Williamsfield
Elmwood 33 Glasford Elmwood 14 Glasford
Elmwood 20 Gilson Elmwood 33 Gilson
Elmwood 34 Maquon Elmwood 36 Maquon
Elmwood 22 Farmington Elmwood 7 Farmington
Elmwood 32 Ellisville Elmwood 16 Ellisville
Elmwood 14 Williamsfield Elmwood 18 Williamsfield
Elmwood 36 Brimfield Elmwood 12 Brimfield
Elmwood 18 Gilson Elmwood 33 Gilson
Elmwood 32 Maquon Elmwood 25 Maquon
Elmwood 40 Yates City Elmwood 37 Yates City
Elmwood 20 Gardner 19
Elmwood 22 Wilder Waite 23
Elmwood 20 Bartonville 38
Kenneth Howard and Helen
Bridson were chosen king and
queen to reign over "Wonderland
at the gymnasium Friday night at
the annual junior-senior reception
and prom. The junior class worked
hard all week decoratin-g accord-
ing to the theme of 'tWonderland."
The predominating color of dark
sky blue was used on all sides of
the room and in the drop ceiling.
Silver stars, a moon, and clouds
were floating on the blue. A
gingerbred house with candy cane
windows and flower boxes of
lollyfpop plants was constructed at
one end of the floor for the visitors
to stand in. At the entry way to
"Wonderland", there was a bridge
crossing over a little stream where
lilly pads were floating between
The throne of the royal couple
was draped in white and covered
with red roses and surrounded by
palm plants. Several torch lamps
were placed around the room to
cast their light on the silver moon
The banquet was served by the
Presbyterian Guild. Vifhile re-
corded dinner music played in the
background, the meal, consisting
of tomato juice, ham, stringed
beans, sweet potatoes, hot rolls
and butter, coffee, and hot fudge
sundae, was served to apfproxi-
mately 80 peovple. After the very
delicious dinner, Wayne Callister,
junior president, welromed the
seniors and faculty. Raymond Hill,
senior president, gave the response.
Betty Ramsay then sang, 'Smoke
Gets in Your Eyes." accompanied
by Ruth McDonald at the Piano.
Delbert Magers. agricultural ln-
structor, was the guest speaker.
His tonic for the evening was on
the definition of freshmen, sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors. ac-
cording to Webster. Janet Shissler
sang, "Blue Shadows on the Trail."
After this, the gifts were presented
to the seniors. An intermission
followed this part of the program
while the orchestra set up their
Duanne Manlove's nine piece
orchestra played the dance music
for the evening. Everyone agreed
that the music was exceptionally
Later in the evening, Ronnie
Flnfrock gave his rendition of
"Desert Song," followed by the
junior girls quartette, composed of
Regina Layman, Betty Ramsay,
Joanne'Moravek, and Janet Shis-
sler, who sang, "Pagan Love
Song." and, "Magic is the Moon-
At the stroke of eleven, the
grand march was played and the
royal couple marched to the
throne with Deanne Patterson,
Lynden Lischer, and Wayne Callis-
ter escorting them. Wayne then
placed a crown of beautiful gar-
denias on Queen Helen and a shin-
ing gold crown on King Happy.
The royal couple then lead the
next dance amid much arprplause
and flashing of cameras. The
orchestra dedicated the next num-
ber. "Sweet and Lovely' 'to the
pretty queen. The remainder of
the evening was spent in dancing
Carol West and Hope Hartley
were the checkroom girls, and
Lynden Lischer and Deanne Pat-
terson were the"punch boy and
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H List of Graduates
B. C. ALLENSWORTH, Prof., ELLA BRAIN,
MARY HOPKINS, ELIZA HURLBURT, HATTIE
KEENE, ELIZA MATHEWS, HETTIE PARSELL,
MINNIE ROGERS, STELLA ROSE, F LORA
SMITH, EDSON WALTON, ELLA WOODS.
1873--JAMES M. GREENLEY, Prof., LAURA V.
1874-JAMES M. GREENLEY, Prof., LETTIE EARTH-
OLOMEW, JOSEPH WILLIAMSON-.
1875-JAMES KELLY, Prof., ALICE BIGGS, ROSA
RYAN, FLORENCE WHITNEY.
1876-JAMES KELLY, Prof., No graduates.
1877-JAMES KELLY, Prof., NO graduates.
1878-J. M. CROW, Prof., LOIS BROWN, ED EGAN.
1879--J. M. CROW, Prof., ASA M. BROWN, GEORGE
N. BROWN, BATHENA COON, FLORENCE
DAREY, BELLE KELLOGG, HUEURT MAR-
SHALL, FLORA MCNAY, LILLIE PURCELL.
1880-J. M. CROW, Prof., MATTIE, BARRETT, HET-
TIE COON, MINNIE PURCELL.
1881--J. M. CROW, Prof., JAMES LES, JOHN
PI-IEIFER, MAEELLE RYAN.
-T. B. BIRD, Prof., ELLA FLANEGIN, IDA
PATTERSON, EVAN SLAUGHTER.
-T. B. BIRD, Prof., LIDA DINAN, NETTIE
KIGHTLINGER, MAGGIE MCCOWAN, LIZZIE
PULSIPHER, ATIC PURCELL, NETTIE WILEY.
1884--C. R. VANDERVOORT, Prof., ORIE BARTH-
OLOMEW, KATE CALLISTER, LAURA LO-
BAUGH, LUMAN ROYCE, HOWARD SPANGLER,
BERTHA WHEELER, FRANK WHITNEY.
1885-C. R. VANDERVOORT, Prof., EL CLINGAN,
FRANCES DANIELS, FREDERICKA MATHEW-
SON, FRANK WIDMEYER.
-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., LURA HELEN BARTH-
OLOMEW, HARRIET JONES, ED C. SLAYTON,
-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., ANNA ENRIGHT,
MINNIE LAWRENCE, EDWARD SIEGEL.
1888-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., EDSON E. DALTON,
KATE HURFF, ERNEST LOBAUGH, FRED
PATTERSON, SAM TIDD.
1889-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., JOHN BITNER, ED. U.
HENRY, MILO KETCHUM, EDITH KIGHT-
LINGER, HOWARD KIRKPATRICK, PHILIP
PHARES, FRED PRATz, JAMES SLAYTON.
1890-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., CHARLES BURT,
SADIE CLINCH, FRED DAREY, BESSIE EWALT,
ORRIE SNYDER, ESTELLE WASSON.
1891-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., EMMA ANDERSON,
GERTIE DAVIS, EVERET KEMP, LILLIAN
WHEELER, FRANK WING.
1892-W. J. PRINGLE, Prof., HARRISON DIXON,
CHARLES FARNUM, FRED HEPTONSTALL,
EDNA LAWRENCE, NELLIE A. PERRIN, FRED
SLAYTON, LEILA WILLIAMSON.
1893-S. B. ALLISON, Prof., GRA CURRLINGS,
FRANK HIGGINS, ASA KIRKPATRICK, HARRY
MACY, EMMA PIITMAN, SANFORD SCHRIERS,
ANNA VANDERVOORT, ESTHER WASSON,
S. B. ALLISON, Prof.,- ETHEL CULLINGS,
CHARLES DAY, BERTHA DENNING, REEA
HERRIOTT, CHARLES MCCORKIE, .BER'I:
RINER, ANNA SMITH, MYRTLE SLAYTON,
MAE SMITH, ROSE WOOD.. .
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LAL'RA BODINE, GEORGE DAVIDSON, CARA
DUTH, BESSIE ENNIS, EDITH JONES, BERT-
RAM KEMP, DANIEL KETCPIULI, HARVEX'
LOTT, EDITH PATTERSON, MARY ROSE, C.
A. VANCE, MINNIE WOODS, WINIFRED
W HEELER, HORTENSE YVALKER.
1898--L. R. FLANEGIN, Prof., FANNY BOURGOIN,
CLINGAN, GRACE FARNUM, MARTHA HOLT,
STELLA KIRKPATRICK, NELLIE MANNOCK,
NINA MILLER, MARIE REGAN, EMMA RINER,
NELLIE SLAYTON, RENA WEBSTER, LA-
1897-L. R. FLANEGIN, Prof., MAELE DENNING,
ROSE DOUGLAS, SAMUEL GARRISON, GER-
TRUDE HARDENBERG, ORTHA HEPTONSTALL,
ELMER HUBBEL, LEIO JOHNSON, MARX' KIN-
NEAR, SADIE LOTT, JESSIE MANNOCK, EFFIE
MATHIS, ETHEL RUNYAN, HARRY WELLS,
1898-L. R. FLANEGIN, Prof., FRANK ARMSTRONG,
CHARLES CLINCH, HAROLD CULLINGS,
NETTIE DEEACHER, FRANK ESLINGER,
BLANCH HERRIOTT, HENRY JARMAN, PAT-
IENCE JARMAN, ROY KIGHTLINGER, ETHEL
MCCANN, ALICE MCCULLOUGH, ANNA MC-
DERIVIOTT, ESTHER NELSON, HARRY ROSE,
BERTHA WAIBEL, MYRTLE WEBSTER, EMMA
1899-L. R. FLANEGIN, Prof., LESLIE ANDERSON,
ANNA ARMSTRONG, ADA C. BUELL, ANNA
DEBACI-IER, PEARL GREENOUGH, MX'RTLE
DEEACI-IER, LORA HART, ELLIOTT E. HEAD,
HARLAN HUBBELL, HARLAN JONES, NELLIE
E. MCCABE, NORA E. MCCARTY, TESSIE
A. MCDERMOTT, DAVID H. MORTON, MAR-
GARET M. NELSON, NORA NELSON, EDNA
L. PATTERSON, MARGARET O. POWELL,
NELLIE M. REGAN, MARGARET E. STEWART,
BLANCH SWIGERT, HARRY' TROTH.
-L. R. FLANEGIN, Prof., ARCHIE MILES,
-L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Edwin Brown, Mar-
ion Brown, Nellie Earing, Llyod Graham,
Earl Henry, Allan Higgins, Amy Hotch-
kiss, Dean Jay, Leroy Karshaw, Florence
McKerrow, Albert Van Patten, Neva Wal-
ton, Clifton WycoffL
M. Martin, Prof., Mary Bowers, Everet
S. Cathcart, Bert Conrey, Ross E. Cullings,
Mable DeBacher, Maurice Grumley, Mina
Morton, Nina E. Palmer, Elsie M. Phil-
hower, Fannie E. Remmele, Charles E.
Smith, Dale E. Snyder.
-Charles Stuart, Prof., Marilla Cooper, Mar-
garetta jay, Rea Harkness, Edson Kinnear,
Fred Martz, Harry Quigley, Maude Smith,
Raymond Troth, james Turner, Earl
Vance, Nellie Wells, Belle WVilbur.
-Charles Stuart, Prof., Will Bolin, Lottie
Bourgoin, Evaline Brooks, Leta Cuthcart,
John Grumley, Mary Humphreys, Monica
Smith, Merle Snyder, Nellie Whaetcroft,
Sylvia Zoll. -
-Charles Stuart, Prof., Lelia Armstrong, Lot-
tie'Armstrong, Anna Booth, Charles Bow-
ers, Florence Gabriel, Charles Grumley,
Earl Horsley, Alice Orvis, Paul Westbay.
1906-Charles Stuart, Prof., Gertrude Bowers,
Mildred Bowers, Orral Conver, Ina
Learned, Glennie Tyler, Gertrude Waibel.
1907-Charles Stuart, Prof., john Boswell, Irwin
Dalton, Bertha Graham, Gilbert Lane, Ray-
mond Lyons, Cara Nelson, Essie Rynear-
son, Florence Walton, Ada Wheatcroft,
Paul Wells, Dale Zink, Iantha Zoll.
-T. S. Henry, Prof., Wilda Armstrong, Fran-
ces jay, Edna Learned, Clifford Lott, Lil-
lie Mannock, Agnes Morton, Edna Parr,
Miriam Potts, Wallace Snyder, John Troth,
Frances Walton, Katherine White, Marie
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1909-T. Si Henry, Praf., Florence Criger, Henry
Kesssler, Alice Lott, Harry Niece, Mar-
1910-T. S. Henry, Prof., Goldia Booth, Samuel
Conver, Sara Conver, Sidney Cullings, Ar-
thur Dalton, Lola Fish, Floyd Gooding,
Mabel Higgins, Walter Manock, Raymond
Nibblelin, Ella Oakes, Mabel Schori, Clar-
1911-T. S. Henry, Prof., john Bowers, Mabel
Brooks, Hazel DeBacher, Frieda Korth,
Ella Van Pelt, Jennie Philips, Eleanor Sch-
lots, john Stevens.
1912-T. S. Henry, Prof., Frances Bowers, Will-
iam Criger, Raymond Dikeman, Neal Hig-
gins, Chester Lyons, Florence Lyons, Thora
Morton, Lois Nichols, Bernice Noel, Ethel
Reed, Newell Reed, Florence Seltzer, Har-
old Shissler, Alice Tolbert.
1913--C. C. Condit, Prof., Laura Brown, Bernice
Goliday, Oliver Gregory, Ralph Kilpat-
rick, Howard Schlots, john Schultz, Hazel
Seltzer, Wilhelmina Taylor, Elwyn Troth,
Leroy Watkins, Vivian Whiting, Estelle
1914-C. C. Condit, Prof., Hazel Atherton, Edna
Brooks, Louise Condit, Margretha Fried-
richs, i Roy Gore, Clifton Humphreys,
Evelyn Humphreys, Eleanor McCann, Es-
ther Nichols, Blanch Oldknow, Frank
Schultz, George Shissler, Margaret Smith,
Georgia Taylor, Lillian Van Sickle.
1915-C. C. Condit, Prof., Maude Adams, Grace
Barrett, Gilman Davidson, Leona Higgins,
Eva Holt, Charlotte Johnson, Marie Kelly,
Edwin Kilpatrick, Leonard Lang, Elsie Ly-
ons, Jessie McCann, Myrtle McKown, Lo-
gan Nelson, Una Nelson, Lena Seltzer,
Louise Shissler, Georgia Taylor, Lillian
P' we XXQXW 5 me
1916-C. C. Condit, Prof., Frank Allen, Leona
Day, Charles Dooley, Edna Foster, Leo-
nard Higgins, Veda Holt, Fern Humphreys,
Earl Kelly, Winifred Kelly, Maude King,
Esther Korth, Almetta-Maher, Edgar Mc-
Donald, Mary McFall, Howard Redding,
Roscoe Redding, Margery Schenck, Mar-
gery Strufe, Merle Threw, Naomi Waibel,
Gladys Wooten, Ruth Zink. -
1917-C. C. Condit, Prof., Marjorie Bowers, Clif-
ton Conver, Frank Johnson, John Kilpat-
rick, George McKinley, Lulu ,McKown,
Elmer Miles, Hugh Nelson, Donald Niece,
Russel Schori, Catherine Stevens, Henry
Tully, Max Wasson.
1918-C. C. Condit, Prof., Howard Atherton,
Isaac Barrett, Elmore Brown, Leola Burt,
Grace Carlson, Dorothy Condit, James
Cusack, Patrick Cusack, Mary Davis, Pearl
Dragoo, Thomas Dwyer, Lora Flanegin,
Russell Fuller, Margaret Gmahle, Marguer-
ite Gregory, Roy Harkness, Harold Herbert
Ruth Ireton, Nan johnson, Naomi John-
son, Lucille Kelly, Opal Kelly, Alma Lind-
zey, Gladys Lindzey, Edna MacDonald,
Leslie MacDonald, Mildred Peters, Nellie
Schenck, john Schori, Leah Thatcher,
Charles Tidd, Mary Threw, Frances Van
Sickle, Gayle Weeks,,Helen White.
1919-C. C. Condit, Prof.: Leroy Andrews, june
Bandy, Ada Boice, Mark Brennan, Horace
Demick, Maude Miller, Louis Miles, Ed-
win Miranda, Margaret Phares, Gladys
Proctor, Richard Schenck, Mona Snyder,
Rosanna Stevens, Wilda Threw, Lauretta
Tully, Elma Wasson, Rowena Wasson, Mar-
garet ,Wickwire Verna Wooten, Francis
-C. C. Condit, Prof., Gladys Archibald,
Ralph Bacher, Howard Carter, Marianne
Clinch, Mary Cusack, Mary Dwyer, Har-
ley Green, Anna Grumley, 'George Gut-
shall, Hazel Gutshall, Birdella Harkness,
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.len, Elva Peters, Forrest Reed, Genevieve
Riner, Mona Ristine, Doris Shively, Harry
Stalter, Ruth Thatcher, Anna Trowbridge,
Dean Threw, Ferne Threw, Harvey Van
Sickle, Adrienne Herbert, Mildred Higgins,
Rachel Holt, Gerald Jarman, Alta John-
son, Roy Keeling, Helen Lindzey, Owen
1921-C. C. Condit, Prof., Clare Bragg, Edna
Clark, Dean Condit, Ritj French, Myrta
Martin, Chester Miles, Ralph McKown,
Fred Schlots, Margaret Sporrer, Ruby
Wasson, Mabel Worley, Albert Wolford,
1922-C. C. Condit, Prof., Elora Burt, Kathryn
Callister, Leon Carter, Ruth Cladwell, Ar-
thur Draggo, Lawrence Harkness, Clyde
Hendrix, Roland Hitchcock, Faye Hoyt,
Edith Jarman, Margaret Kilpatrick, Harry
MacDonald, Erma McKinty, Bernard Mul-
len, Loren Oakes, Florence Phares, Everett
Redding, Walter Redding, Russell Rem-
melle, Earl Schenck, Hermon Shelton,
Roma Shively, Ensley Strapp, Florence,
Threw, Daniel Tully, Edwin Watkins, Mary
Whitney, Grace Wickwire.
1923-C, C. Condit Prof: Della Brown Flo d
J a 1 Y
Bdown, Pearl Clinch, Doris Colvin, Cecil
Coon, John Cullings, Kathryn Cusack,
Walter Dalton, Millard Day, Willard De-
ford, Mary Demick, Margaret Ekstrand,
Everett Epley, Lucile Flint, William Ja-
ques, Cornelius Kemp, Leah Maher, El-
sie Manual, Ralph Melville, Paul Miles,
William Schenck, Margaret Seltzer, Harry
Stotler, Lester Turl, Earline Weeks, Elva
Wolford, Dorothea Young. it .X
-C. C. Condit, Prof., Minerva Carlson, Jean-
ette Coolidge, Ruth Eslingee, George
Fleisher, Lorena Fleisher, Myrtle Flick-
inger, Jessie French, Pauline Jermgn, Ag-
nes Kelly, Opal Lindzey, Louise Macey, Le-
la Murphy, Chester Patton, Zelda Plcrrill,
Iona Rambo, Ruth Shively, Nina Threw,
Etta Vohland, Leonard Windish, Edith
,zkvlkfceds my Mx
1925-J. H. Francis, Prof.g Howard Berger,
Everett Bogrcr, Ruth Clinch, Cornelia Day,
Gladys DeFord, Leone DeFord, Daniel
French, Kathryn Goliday, Loren Harkness,
Helen Hart, Lois, Henry, Neva Higgins,
Norma Huber, Loring Jarman, Kathryn
Maher, Beulah McClure, Verna Metz,
George Moore, Laurence Moran, George
Montgomery, Dorothy Nelson, Ruth Nich-
ols, Opal Richardson, Alice Shawver, Loren
Shelton, Leon Whitney, Frances Wickwire,
H. Francis, Prof., Dorothea Bowman,
Wayne Callis, Ruth Cullings, Bertha Dal-
ton, Doris Dobbs, Julia Dwyer, Harley
Fleisher, Lester Hartley, Clarable Herbert,
DeForest Hitchcock, Ada Hoyt, Owen Hub-
bell, Milford Kirkbride, Thomas Lee, Irene
Maher, Adell McVey, Thomas Miller,
Mary Noggle, Dean Proctor, Lowell Red-
ding, Ward Schori, Carl Schragg.
1927-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Ada Bohrer, Helen
Buxton, Thelma Callis, Lois Challacornbe,
Mable Dawson, Glenn DeFord, Wallace
Ernerick, Velda Eubanks, Lynne Fagotte,
Marie Fleisher, Irma Flickinger, Oral
Gallagher, Lloyd Graham, Glenn Hall,
Leonard Heller, Raymond Hicks, Louise
McKinty, Lucille Murphy, Julia Patton,
Harold Redding, Velda Scragg, Francis
Shively, Clyde Wheeler, Leo Windish, Louis
VVindish, Corinne Zinn.
1928-E. E. Downing, Supt.-Louise Anderson,
Frances Clemmer, Bernice Corbett, Marie
Ekstrand, Gail Emerick, James Foster,
Marion Harper, Isabel Hoyt, Mary John-
son, Kathleen Manock, John Mathis, Stan-
ton Moore, Helen Moran, Bernice Pier-
son, John Ryan, Rolen Searle, Inez Smith,
Susanna Smith, Elizabeth Steer, Frances
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Virginia Atherton,
Juanita Bohrer, Jesse Boice, Kathryn Bow-
ers, Eugene Buxton, Audrey Coon, San-
ford Coon, Marjorie Coulter, Juanita De-
Groot, Howard Foster, Harold Hicks, Ruth
Jarman, Frances Lindzey, Armin Lischer,
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Alice Redding, Esther Schulthes, Leland
Simkins, Thelma Scragg, Elon Steer, John
Weeks, Helen Zink.
1930-E. E. Downing, Supt., Arwine Achibald,
Cecelia Armstrong, Virginia Bailey, Edwin
Bock, Eugene Bourgoin, Lois Carter, Nor-
man Clark, Walter Clinch, Thomas Cooley,
Robert England, Alice Foster, Paul Fussner,
Ralph Graham, John Hart, Gladys Heller,
Mary Herbert, Paul Hitchcock, Pauline
Hitchcock, Mildred Krisher, John Lind-
zey, Charles Livingston, Margery Mathis,
Charles Monock, Alfred Miles, Mildred
Reed, Beth Shively, Louise Turner, James
Voorhees, Eldon Wiley, Izola Yates.
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Betty Armstrong,
Dorothy Bates, Thomas Clemmer, Vera
Catherine Custer, Kenneth Davy, Ralph
Gayman, Mary Hedden, Lucille Hitchcock,
Berwyn Huey, Nellie Livingston, Daniel
Maher, Mary Ellen Manock, Owen Mc-
Kinty, Elmer Moody, John Pierson, Rosco
Pullen, Opal Shane, Edwin Shively, Ade-
line Thomas, Paul Thompson, Cornelius
Vance, Helen Weeks, Woodrow Worley,
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g William Armstrong,
Clifford Atherton, George Boyer, Eldon
Burt, Hazel Coon, Eileen DeGroot, Fran-
ces Dobbs, Wilma Frame, Harvey Haines,
Samuel Haines, Ralph Hall, Ophelia Hux-
table, Signell Kauffman, Gladys Kneer,
Geneva Mathis, Harvy McFall, Jr., Wilden
McKnown, Raymond Miles, Margaret Mil-
ler, Orville Moody, Roberta Moore, Fred-
rick Nagel, Frances Oldfield, Milo Phares,
John Shell, Lloydine Taylor, Joseph
Thomas, Helen Troth, Howard Windish,
Jeanette Worley, Hugh Wycoff, Gerald
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Francis Ann Arms-
trong, Richard Atherton, Wilma Bohrer,
Adeline Boice, Lawrence Buxton, Dewey
Clark, Jack Clinch, Artie Frame, Harley
Garren, John Brown Grover, Benjamin
Hall, Manford Harding, Judson Kratzer,
La Vergne McCuen, Lynn McKinty, Mil-
dred Manock, Earle Murphy, Harold
Nixon, Clifford Perrill, Howard Pierson,
Robert Pullen, Lilah Roffey, John Shaffer,
Charlotte Shelton, Kathrine Smith, Eug-
ene Traynor, Eleanore Waibel, Richard
Wilkinson, Gerda Wurmnest, Erma Wurm-
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Richard Bailey,
Halene Boyd, Merle Clark, Esther Clem-
mer, Mary Clinch, Keith Currier, Edwin
Foster, Kenneth Golden, Harold Hartley,
Arthur Hasselbacker, Maxine Heuber, Leila
Hoyt, Chester Kuntz, Mabel McAllister,
John McFall, Dorothy McMullen, LeVeda
Miles, Jack Miller, Winogene Miller, Gay-
le Owens, Charles Patterson, Paul Reed,
Paul Schaffer, Sidney Thompson, Dorothy
Troth, Owen Waibel, Robert Wilcox, Ruth
Wolfe, Katherine Zink.
1935-E. E, Downing, Supt.g Jean Atherton, Mar-
garet Boice, Alice Boyer, Frand Bridson,
Clifton Clark, Helen Gallagher, Dale Gut-
shall, Ruth Hedden, Billy Jarman, Donald
Livingston, John Manock, Carl Meehan,
Martha Moffitt, Charles North, Herman
Norton, Elizabeth Patterson, Violet Ray,
Susie Robinson, Doris Roffey, Alvin Sollen-
berger, Gerald Talley, Carroll Taylor,
Woodrow Van Tine, Doris Waechter.
E. E. Downing, Supt.g Harry Bateman,
Pauline Bourgoin, Fern Briggs, Ruby
Bruniga, Lola Chapman, Eugene Clemmer,
Mary Louise Coolidge, Florence Coon,
Floyd Coon, Mary Louise De Ford, Helen
Dwyer,,June Gibbs, Marjorie Golden, Cecil
Gutshall, Elsie Gutshall, Leo Gutshall, Law-
renee' Hall, Kathryn Harber, Ralph Hark-
ness, Charles Hicks, James Inskeep, Ruth
Jones, Leila Kratzer, Raymond McKinty,
Bill McQuiston, Robert Miller, Ruth Ann
-A Moore, Shannon Powers, Jackson Reed,
Jean Rhodenbaugh, Raymond Seltzer, Mer-
lin Smith, Marcia Steinman, Arthur Trow-
bridge, Sara Wilkinson, Shirley Winn.
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-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Ernestine Bock,
Maxine Bohrer, Leora Boyd, Hazel Buxton,
Maurine Dunivant, Virginia Gibbs, Janet
Golden, Ted Inskeep, Emma Jaques, Doro-
thy Kunts, Marjorie Kyle, Archie Miles,
Anna Miller, Elaine Mullen, Wiley Reed,
Jack Steer, Gordon Thompson, Theodore
Trowbridge, David Wycoff, Phyllis Worrell,
1938-E. E. Downing, Supt. 3 Lucille Clark, Robert
Dale Collins, Clifford Cowley, Pearl De-
Ford, Arthur Dixon, Myrana Frame, John
Gallagher, Mildred Gooding, Merlin Gut-
shall, Bill Grover, Harlan Hall, Catherine
Jaques, John Jarman, Marie Jones, Robah
Kellogg, David Lapsley, Ruth Livingston,
Robert Lott, Nellie Manock, Betty Mers.
Donald Metz, Dorthy Metz, Earl Morrison,
Evelyn Perkins, William Reed, Bernard
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Jesse Bradshaw,
Mayme Briggs, Viola Buhl, Marjorie Ann
Chapman, James Clark, Marie Conklin,
Marl Cooksey, Perle Coon,Jr., Virginia
Cowley, Mary Cullings, Eva Doubet, Ka-
therine F idler, Viola Forquer, Mary Fos-
ter, Nellie Gallagher, Howard Garren,
Marian Golden, Ru-th Graham, James
Hart, Jack Lapsley, Giles Martzluf, Lester
McAllister, Lois McCoy, Roberta McClen-
nan, Robert McQuinton, Charlotte Millen,
Ella Millen, Raymond Pack, Richard
Pritchett, Arvid Rambo, Earl Rarnshaw,
Juanita Reed, Marvel, Reich, Orie Shane,
Hubert Shelton, Howarth Taylor, Robert
Taylor, Jerome Vogel.
1940-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Ruth Andrews, Rena
Beetler, Paul Betts, Janet Bond, Beverly
Chase, Lucille Conklin, Lucille Corum,
Leona Dubit, Margaret Edwards, Lyle
Ford, Donald Garren, Vada Green, Juan-
ita Hartley, Ruth Hogy, Robert Jones,
Gertrude Kellogg, John Maher, Jr,, Char-
les Mann, Charles Morrison, Helen Mot-
taz, Marguerite Pack, Marcella Page, Vir-
ginia Purchase, Gerald Reed, Helen Riggs,
Ernest Rosecrans, Alys Shane, Gertrude
Shissler, Audrey Sparks, Jane Spicher,
Gloria Swygman, Stanley Taylor, John
Tompson, Gene Troth, Ruby Waechter,
John Young, Loren Young.
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Harold Beetler,
Evelyn Bowen, Dorothy Bowers, Dean Col-
lins, Sam Cooksey, Hary Ethelyn Crozier,
Celia Dalton, Donald Eldert, Ruth Frame,
Claire Gutshall, June Higgs, Betty Hunt,
Donald Korth, Robert Korth, Betty Krat-
zer, Walter Livingston, Mabel Mann, Paul
May, Betty McCuen, Charles Miles, Ralph
Riggs, J. D. Rutledge, Alve Lee Rutledge,
Donald Schlots, Mildred Silzer, Dean Van
Sickle, Russell Waechter, Lois West, Roy
Wheeler, George Woodley.
-E. E. Downing, Supt.5 Mary Ines Beamer,
Wilma Beeney, Alice Bleichner, Wilma
Bowen, Russell Briggs, Floyd Broadfield,
Maxine Callister, Bonnie Edwards, Dean
French, Lowell Fuller, Wallace Fuller, John
Gutshall, Velma .Ha1l, Dorothy Kendall,
Margaret Kilpatrick, Jeanne Lott, Martha
Lott, Hazel Mammen, Donald McCoy,
Kathryn Mohn, Fred Neal, Mary Nelson,
Irene Pack, Harold Page, Thomas Rose-
crans, Mary Jean Schade, Theo Shane,
Georgia Shelton, David Shissler, Mary
Ruth Shissler, Betty Taylor, Rachel West,
-E. E. Downing, Supt.g Harriet Bond, Eliza-
beth Cisel, Leona Cisel, June Clinebell,
Mary Lou. Corley, Oretha Corum, Charles
Craig, Thelma Crozier, Edithe Donovick,
Dan Duval, Donald Grover, Lorene Hart-
ley, Max Honts, Earline Huber, Tommy
Hunt, Freida Keyser, Walter King. Rus-
sell Korth, Paul LaFollette, Marguerite
Lott, Bill MacDonald, Leland McClennan,
Bob Miller, Dorothy Orren, Clayton Prest,
Marjorie Schlots, Billy Dean Shane, Shir-
ley Shaw, Bob Shoop, Dorothy Taylor,
William Tompson, Alice Waechter, Gene
194-4-R. E. Bickford, Supt,3 Ruth Beetler, Ada
Bridges, Betty Briggs, Dorothy Briggs, Wil-
liam Cutter, Jay H. Daily, Francis Ed-
wards, Robert Gibson, Paul Haines, Joan
Heiken, Jean Hoyt, Dorothy Jones, Wilma
Keefer, Theodore Kendall, Wilden Lynall,
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Helen Taylor, Franklin Vogel.
--R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Bill Aman, Donald
Beetler, F lossie Bowen, Robert Boyer, Thel-
ma Callister, William Carter, Betty Clark,
Bill Correll, Melvin Coulter, Marvin Court-
right, Bill Cowley, Anita Crozier, Betty
Dunton, Roland Eckhoff, Mary Jane Gibbs,
Robert Hall, Cecelia Johnson, Grace Key-
ser, Ru-by LaFollette, Phoebe Lott, Harlo
McKinty, Irene Nelson, 'Deloris Ratcliff,
Donna Ray, Jack Reed, Dale Shane, Jim
Sheley, Gene Shissler, Mildred Tyhurst,
1946-R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Ellery Adams, Ro-
berta Amundsen, Jane Brown, Robert
Burns, Wilma Dunn, Mary Craig, Blanche
Edwards, Eileen Gooding, Katherine
Haines, Charles Harkness, Richard Hart-
ley, Robert Keefer, Richard Korth, Clar-
ence Krisler, Dorothy McKown, Marcille
McKown, William McKown, William Neal,
Kenneth Nelson, David Pankake, Marion
Penn, Dale Petty, Martha Schlots, Chester
Taylor, Berdella Wickwire, Jean Yerby,
1947-R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Rydene Arnundsen,
James Arbagast, Margaret Boice, Donna
Callister, Jo Ann Courtright, Katherine
Craig, Joan Crouch, Elvessa Crozier, Don-
ald Dean, Mary Eckhoff, William Foster,
Eugene Geber, Dwight Jones, Joseph Ken-
dall, William King, Bertha Korth, David
Korth, Kenneth Krisher, Mary Lapsley,
Raymond Livingston, Andy, McCoy, Gene
McCoy, Leland McDonald, Ruth Plumer,
Wilford Rimington, Mildred Rushing, Ro-
bert Scholl, Richard Schrimp, Martha
Sheley, Barbara Shissler, Donald Shoop,
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Mary Wagner, Carol Weyhrich, Willis
-R. E. Bickford, Supt.5 Sue Barkley, Phy-
llis Bleichner, James Doubet, Charles Dun-
ton, Winifred Duval, George Edwards, Carl
Ekena, Dolores Endres, Shirley Gilman,
Dale Ireton, David Johnston, Virgil Judd,
William Keefer, Jacqueline Korenowski,
Fred McCoy, Harry McCoy, Clifford Miles,
Barbara Myers, Dale Nelson, Harlan Nick-
eson, Donald Patton, Mary Lou Rosecrans,
Kenneth Shane, Donna Shissler, Ruth
Super, Walter Taylor, Donna Worsfold.
1949-R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Phyllis Aman, Char-
les Atherton, James Dunn, Donna Barclay,
Geraldine Duval, Kenneth Bowen, Don-
ald Haahn, Mary Driskell, Betty Howard,
Bill Gibbs, Charles Judd, Dick Windish,
Tom Ireton, Carl Korth, Faye Waechter,
Emerick Korenowski, Marilyn Jones, Ann
Maher, Bill Butterfield, Ray Maxwell, Phy-
llis McDonald, Russell, Sherlock, Bill Mc-
Coy, Arlene Shaw, Albert Neal, Raymond
Smith, Charles Nickeson, Ronnie Watkins.
1950-R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Ruth Gilman, Der-
ald Haahn, Ruth Snyder, Richard Meehan,
Errol Brewer, Faye Boice, James McCoy,
Jane Meehan, Robert Taylor, Evelyn Hard-
wick, Shiela Shissler, Howard Layman,
Doris Dunn, Virgil Day, Ruth:Ann Hoyt,
Margaret Geber, Richard Duval, Matilda
Wagner, Dale Crozier, Minnie Purtle, De-
lore Persak, Herb Butterfield, Margery
Haines, C. Dean Murdock, Robert Schultz,
Margaret Shoop, Robert Hall, Betty Mc-
Alister, Harry Bain, Donald Ekena, Ann
Miles, Ernest Duvall, Patsy Hardwick.
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Backfire - - Margie Nelson
Gag - - - - - ' Bernie Shane
Spare Tire ----- Amydell Clemonds
Plugs - - Ralph Bacher, Willard Parr, Steve
Camp, Buzzy Meehan, Bobby Korenowski,
Brian Rodgers, Donnie Meehan, Ted Kinnicutt
Hot Air - - ----- Gene .Wilson
Exhaust Pipe ---- Ronnie Fxnfrock
Monkey Wrench ---4 Larry Johnson
Wheels ,- - Virginia Hill, Dian Winn, Marcia Norris,
Jean Ann DeFord
Clutch '---- Betty Ramsay, George Snider
Fan Belt ------ Eugene Dembinski
Spot Light ---. A Marlys Robertson
,Cylinder - - Jack Purtle, Wayne Callister, Donald
Phares, Leonard Grove, Kenneth McAlister,
Bill Howard, Johnny Bridson, Franklyn
Battery - - - - - Spike Taylor
Windshield Wipers - Roger Dunton, Biff Yerby
Pistons ' Kaye Keefer, Regina Layman, Joanne Mora-
vek, Charlene Bateman, Janet Shissler, Peggy
Moravek, Marge Rosecrans, Janice Worley
Hub Caps - Carol Keen, Ralph Endres , Richard
Hacker, Beverly Dembinski.
Parking Lights - - Helen Bridson, "Happy" Howard
Fenders - Louis Colgan, Leonard Colgan, Mary
Emery, Hazel Emery
Fan f ----
- Larry Keen
Air Ride Tires Joanne Camp, Donna Morby, Al-
bert Hacker, Richard Harkness
- Mr. Bickford
Chassis ----- Betty Sollenberger
Connecting Rods - Mary Lou Howard, Madelyn
Beamer, Eleanor Nickeson, Patsy Keefer, Janet
Clark, Shirley Gray, Jeanie Harwick, Marilyn
Muffler - A- - - A Jane Burrows
Cushion - - - - - Bill Doubet
Tail Lights - - Connie Foose, Wilma Keime
Accelerator - ---- Mrs. Hart
Intake - - - - Miss Terry
Blow Outs - Raymond Hill, Jack Bickford
Headlights ---- The Faculty
Bumpers - - Betty Broadfield, Rock Aman
Radio - - - - Marilyn McKown
Rear Speaker - - - Barbara Meehan
Stearing Gear - - -
Overdrive - - -
C! ock - - - -
- Delbert Magers
- Mrs Feltham
- Bill Turner
Glove Compartment ---- Jim Lewellyn
Air Horns ---- Jim Geber, Mr. Dawson
In My Merry Oldsmobile - - Marilyn McKown
Abba Dabba Honeymoon - - - Happy Howard
Take Me Out To The Ballgame - - Ronnie Aman
Old Black Joe ------ Ralph Bacher
Lazy Bones ' ' ' - - - Fritz Grover
I'd Be Lost Without You - Raymond Hill, Jack Bickford
Happy Days Are Here Again - - Helen Bridson
Day After Day I'l1 Always Love You - Janet Clark
Billy Boy ----- Bill Doubet
We ding March ---- JoAnne Johnston
Deep In The Heart Of Texas - - Willard Parr
I'm Just Wild About Harry - Betty Sollenberger
Oh Johnny! ------ Mrs. Hart
How You Gonna Keep 'em Down
Give Me One Dozen Roses- -
If I Knew You Were Comm'
I'd've Baked a Cake
Fm An Old Cowhand -
Sweet and Lovely - -
Sound Off! - - -
When My Baby Smiles at Me -
Peg O' My Heart - -
Betty Ruth Haines
- - Ruth McDonald, Shirley .Clemonds
' Mr. Hartley
. - Mr. Magers
- - Mrs. Monroe
- Mrs. Feltham
- Mr. Bickford
- Charlie Neal
Betty Ruth Haines
- Bernie Shane
- Jane Burrows
- Mr. Hartley
- Biff Yerby
- Margie Nelson
We would like to thank the following merchants
who have donated toward the publishing of this book.
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Allen Furniture and Radio
Brown Lynch and Scott
Bob Shoops Phillips 66 Service
Curriers Drug Store
Central Illinois Light Co.
Cozy Inn Cafe
Clark Memorial Home
Deford Barber Shop
Hazel Dalton Beauty Shop
D8zH Motor Corp.
Elmwood Locker Service
Elmwood Food Center
Edson Smith 8a Sons, Inc.
Ecklund Motor Co.
First Farmers State Bank '
Wm. Folkenroth, Real Estate
' 8x Insurance
Gus Franke's Market
Glenn Implement Co.
Illinois Commercial Telephone Co.
Johnson's Service Station B
C. Krisher Jr. Radio Television
Lewellyn "Dam" Construction
Miller Farm Supply
Dr. Morton I
Monroe Flower Shop
Metz Standard Service ,
McCoy's General Hauling
Eldon McKown, Insurance
Pat's Beauty Shop
Patterson Funeral Home
Rushing's Sandwich Shop
Shisslers Seed Co.
Tyhurst Barber Shop
Walt's Conoco Service
L. Richard Whitney
Yates City Implement Co.
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photographer, for the very fine work she did in taking
pictures for the Ulmus.
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