Elmwood Community High School - Ulmus Yearbook (Elmwood, IL)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1954 volume:
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MR. R. E. BICKFORD
Principal of Elmwood Community High School
PATRICIA MORSE y M. ISABEL HART
Illinois State Normal Univ. of mi' B-S-I Ms.
B.S. in Education English
MAX MURSE CLARA E. MCCRAITH
NOYYIWOYU Illinois Bradley University, B.S.
State Teachers College, Ham, Economic,
Coach, Math, P.E.
R. E. BICKFORD, Supt.
Knox College, B.S.
Univ. of Iowa, M.A.
WILLIAM TURNER LOIS TAYLOR
Ill. State' Normal Univ., Western State College, B.S
Social Studies Girls P.E.
Univ. of Ill., B.S.
ROLLAND CADY . RUTH MONROE
Bradley University, B.S. Bradley Univ.
Biology, Science Univ. of Illinois, B.S
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DOROTHY ANN DUNN JAMES NIXON WILLIAM DIKEMAN
'DOY' "Jim" 'Diapers'
Pfesi dent Vi ce-Presi dent Secretary -Treasurer
sh-'dYln9 does no' fake Full of pep and non- Extremely busy, but
all her time. sense too, does what quiet about it.
he's not expected to.
Class Hi tor
One morning in September of 1950, 42 very green fresh-
men wandered into the halls of E.C.H.S. The class officers
were chosen at our first class meeting. They were: Bill
Dikemon, President, Kenneth McAlister, Vice-President,
and Beverly Dembinski, Secretary-Treasurer. Our lw0
parties for the year were a hoyrack ride and wiener roast
and a skating party with the sophomores.
ln September of 'Sl we elected the following officers:
Jim Nixon, President, Dorothy Ann Dunn, Vice-President,
and Virginia Hill, Secretary-Treasurer. Our parties for the
year were a dance and a skati-ng party both with the sopho-
ln August of '52 we were back again, this time as iuniors
and past the half-way mark of our high school life. We
chose as officers: Dale McBeth, President, Marcia Norris,
Vice-President, and Bonnie Rice, Secretary-Treasurer. We
presented our class play, 'Seventeenth Summer," in Novem-
ber. March was our big month. Our class rings arrived, we
sponsored a bake sale, and started making plans for the
prom to be held on April 'l0. The theme was 'Starlight
Gardens." Gene Daley and Eleanor Nickeson were crowned
king and queen. As this year came to a close, we were
looking forward to next year when we would be seniors.
August of i953 found us in the new high school. Our
officers for the year were: Dorothy Ann Dunn, President,
Jim Nixon, Vice-President, Bill Dikeman, Secretary-
Treasurer, and Linda Kratzer, Reporter. We found another
busy year before us. Our first party was the traditional
steak fry. It was held at Bradley Park. At the end of the
football season we sponsored a homecoming dance after the
Princeville game. A pep rally was held the night before
the game highlighted by the burning of the Princeville
Princes in the huge bonfire and a snake dance through
town. March 25, we presented our class play, 'My Little
Margie." April l7, we were guests of the Alumni at the
Alumni Banquet, and April 30, we were guests of the
iuniors at the Junior Senior Reception.
As the graduating class, we now number 38. We are
proud to.be the first class to graduate from our new high
school and are ready to go forth and make use of the
knowledge we have gained in E.C.H.S. during the past
Colors: Maroon and Gray
Flower: White Rose
Motto: 'Climb though the rocks be rugged.'
Of easy temper, natural-
Give her a lantern,
she'll find on honest
Quiet - but oh my!
Sometimes l sit and
think. Sometimes I just
l've been a good little
When one is truly in
love, she not only says
it but shows it.
A boy so very mild and
meek, even his shoes
refuse to squeak.
Always ready for o good
"Our naughty boy from Farmington with
the million-dollar smile."
God gave us mouths
with which to talk and
l certainly use mine.
She looks like on angel
and acts like one too,
but you never can tell
what an angel will do.
Not as bashful as he
A man among so many
There's a little bit of
silliness in every good
Naughty but nice.
Never iudge a man by
his chest measurement,
it may be filled with hot
MARY LOU HOWARD
Tired of school and its
confusion, she is now
some mun's illusion.
He talks, he talks, ye
gods how he talks.
I love fo wind myself
up. I love to hear me
RAYMON D K OLOWSKI
The world knows noth-
ing of its grearesf men.
l didn t do if
waters run deep.
LINDA K RATZER
I can be convinced, but
it's a hard iob.
Give her time, sl1e'II
What would life be
without ioys - or school
without boys. -
I clon't talk very much,
but I think a lot.
Love is like measles,
we all have to
The farmers are the
founders of civilization.
MARY LOU WEBER
Life is no ioke, boys
She's good when not
Small towns are fine,
but me for the bright
DAVID WILSON GLADYS WILSON DIAN WINN
'Dave' "GladioIo' "PeeWee'
Make much of me -good I know myself better Some things can wait
men are scarce. than anyone. but not a date.
' Class Will 5
We, the members of the senior class of nineteen hundred
and fifty-four, 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 and quiet after four years of teaching us.
I, Phyllis Abrams, do will and bequeath my quiet ways to
I, Billie Book, will my gentle nature to Bernard Snider.
I, John Bridson, bequeath my iob at tCisel's Mobilgas to
I, Shirley Clemonds, leave my clever iokes and witty
ways to Franklin Keefer.
I, Mickey Crouch, -do will and bequeath my I936 'Jewel'
to Bob Shisslor.
I, Jean Ann DeFord, will my ambition to be a bull-
fighter to Ethel Beard.
I, Beverly Dembinski, leave my daily letters to Darlene
I, Bill Dikeman, do will and bequeath my musical ability
to Joyce Webber.
I, Rose Dunham, do will and bequeath my engagement
ring and diploma to Sandra Coon.
I, Dorothy Ann Dunn, bequeath my winning way with the
teachers to Larry Proctor.
I, Jim Flynn, do will and bequeath my 'Cassanova' ways
to Nathanial Mooningham.
I, Charles Garrett, leave my ability to go steady, steadily
to David Page and Carla Haines.
I, Jim Geber, do will and bequeath my masculine build to
I, Kathryn Gibbs, will my position at the Gazette office
to Sandra Clark.
I, Ronald Goetze, bequeath my good grades and extra-
ordinary mind to Brian Kiellenberg.
I, Judith Haines, do will my frequent absences to Beverly
I, Richard Harkness, -do will and bequeath my Hollywood
mufflors to Larry Doubet.
I, Virginia Hill, bequeath my priceless sense of humor to
I, Bill Howard,1do will and bequeath my curly hair to
I, Mary Lou Howard, leave my ability to go steady to
I, Larry Johnson, would like to leave my ability to study
to David Shindley, but on request of the teachers, I am
taking it with me.
I, Raymond Kolowski, do will and bequeath my long legs
and lovable lips to Freddie Miller.
I, Linda Kratzer, do will and bequeath my pleasant,
quiet ways to Bobby Hayes.
I, Dale McBeth, do will and bequeath my little red Ford
to anyone who thinks he is rich enough to take care of it.
I, Joe McCoy, leave my ability to remove big guys from
in front of me in football to Stove Harding.
I, Peggy Miles, do will my shyness toward the opposite
sex to Carla Haines.
I, Fannie Moore, do bequeath my lady-like manners to
I, Jeannette Moravek, do will and bequeath my flirtatious
eyes and love af man to Sharon Sloan.
I, Jim Nixon, bequeath my ability to get a ballet dancer
to Mack Street.
I, -Marcia Norris, will my senseless chatter and charming
disposition to Patsy Morby.
I, Ruth O'Heam, do will and bequeath my Irish temper
and my ability to use my long fingernails to Judy Davis.
I, Bonnie Rice, leave my first aid knowledge to Dorothy
I, Buddy Silzer, do will and bequeath my farming md
agricultural abilities to Gene Gilman.
I, Bill Schoenbein, leave my willingness to help others
and do a good job to Paul Korth.
I, Dave Wilson, 'do will my hot rod to any freshman who
thinks he is man enough to drive it.
I, Gladys Wilson, do bequeath my pool hall to Melvin
I, Mary Lou Weber, do will and bequeath my shortness to
I, Dian Winn, will my deep bass voice to Harry Sherlock.
We, the senior class of nineteen hundred and fifty-four,
do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament.
Any slgns of sanity are purely coincidental.
Witnesses: DMM Zjuwn
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May 25, l964
Class of '54 Reunion held May 2l.
May 2l at Elmwood High was the scene of the '54 class reunion. The former
president of the class, Dorothy Dunn, brought the meeting to order. Dorothy is
now a Farmington resident and married to a farmer. The vice-president, 4Jim
Nixon, gave a short speech on past school days. He is now one of the top
insurance agents in the state. The secretary, Bill Dikeman, gave the minutes
of the last meeting. Bill has quite a large Duroc hog farm out east of town.
Next on the program was the principal of E.C.H.S., Mr. James Flynn. He had
received several letters from members of the class who could not attend the
reunion. The first letter was from Phyllis Abrams, -who is private secretary to an
executive in New York. lt was also announced that she will be giving up her
position as secretary, and be getting married before too long. The next letter
was from the tall red head of the class, James Geber. He is now stationed over-
seas in the navy. The third letter was from Mrs. Marilou Howard Wilson, who is
living in Texas with her husband. The last letter was from Mrs. Linda Kratzer
Simmons, who was unable to attend because she could not find a baby sitter. A
phone call was received from Shirley Clemonds, who is a Wac. She said that she
was to be discharged in a few days, -and would be getting married to a Peorian.
The table in the comer was completely filled with teachers. All during the
meal they were- seen discussing their many school problems. Among these were,
Kathryn Gibbs, -who is teachin at E.C.H.S., Judy Haines, who is superintendent
at the grade school, Virginia ilill, who is professor of English at the U. of l.,
and Jeannette Moravek, of the grade school.
At another table sat the former basketball stars discussing old times. Larry
Johnson, basketball coach at Bradley, is still the same, finger-chewing fanatic.
Across from him is the balding John Bridson. He now owns several of the Mobil-
gas service stations, and there is a rumor that he is planning to purchase more
out of state. The old faithful forward, Bill Howard, was also there. He has a
welding shop in the south-east part of Elmwood. Dale McBeth, who now sits in
top engineering position in Chicago, discusses some of the old basketball games
with Dr. David Wilson. Dr. Wilson erected an animal hospital in Peoria not too
Across the room sat the former Ag students. At the end of the table was
Charles Garrett. Charles was the first member of the class who married and is
still the same happy Chucky. Next to him sat Mickey Crouch and Bill Schoenbein
who talked about the new types of farm machinery. Buddy Silzer flew in from
California and remarked that he has one of the largest Corriedale farms in the
West. Ronald Goetze, another farmer, was also included in the group. Raymond
Kolowski, who is farming south of town, is waiting for Lieutenant Mary Lou
Weber. They plan to be married in June.
At another table sat Bonnie Rice, who is Superintendent of Nurses at the
Methodist Hospital. She, Fannie Moore and Peggy Miles, also nurses of the sur-
rounding area, were discussing new drugs with Medical Technologist, Dian Winn.
Also at the table with the nurses was Billie Book, who is now married and living
in a twenty room mansion in Oak Hill. Mrs. Marcia Norris Neal, who was attired
in her usual black, was talking to Jean De Ford, secretary and receptionist of a
At the last table Gladys Wilson, now owner of Wilson's Pool Hall, sat with
Mrs. Rose Dunham Johnson, and Mrs. Beverly Dembinski Craig. Ruth O'Hearn,
who is married and living in a log cabin in the woods, was also among the group.
Joe McCoy, pitcher for the Cubs, gave a short talk on National League Base-
ball. He talked as the guests ate dessert, cake which was provided by Richard
Harkness, who owns a large interest in the Betty Anne Bakery.
The class plans to have another meeting May 2l, T974.
Nancy Hahn Bill Colgan Larry Doubet
On August 2l, l95l, 4l freshmen started the
first of four years in Elmwood High School. Our
first class meeting was held and the following
officers were elected: Gene Endres, President,
Deanne Patterson, Vice-President, and Janice
Rodgers, Secretary-Treasurer. Our parties for
the year were a dance and a skating party both
with the sophomores.
ln the fall of '52, we were back as sophomores.
The officers for this year were: Gene Endres,
Presidentg Larry Doubet, Vice-President, Flor-
ence Wolschlag, Secretary-Treasurer.
As we entered our iunior year we also entered
our new high school building. Our class now
totals 35 members. Class officers elected were:
Nancy Hahn, President, Bill Colgan, Vice-
President: Larry Doubet, Secretary-Treasurer,
Dick Neal, Reporter. This year we sold maga-
zines, had a bake sale, and sponsored a movie.
A new proiect of the junior class was the organ-
ization of a school paper, 'The Elmwood Echo,"
which we published once every six weeks. Our
iunior class play, "The Ruggles,' which was
held November 20th was a big success. ln
December our class rings arrived. During March
we started making plans for our iunior-senior
prom, which was April 30. We chose as our
theme, 'lrlawaiian Paradise.' We are looking
forward to next year when we will be seniors.
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FIRST ROW: Jean Davis, Betty Duggins, Raymond Cox, Nat Mooningham, Harry Sherlock, Delmar Hawk, Bill Overturf,
Donald Mohn, Jim Martin, Bob Shissler, Paul Korth, Gene Gilman, Diane Butterfield. SECOND ROW: Alice Stear,
Peggy Broadfield, Beverly Snider, Shirley Walker, Barbara S ears, Mary Persak, Dorothy Rimington, Delores Whitmore,
Larry Boyer, David Rodgers, Steve Harding, Danny McBetl:, Ada Jones. THIRD ROW: Leona Flynn, Pat Simpson,
Vonda Archibald, Mary Colgan, Sandra Phares, Jackie Kilpatrick, Sharon Sloan, Charles Howard, Tom Melnfyre,
George Whitney, Karl Taylor, Larry Cox, Pat Chambers. FOURTH ROW: Phillip Kratzer, Sam Jones, Dale Worley,
Blair Haines, Mack Street, John Moody, John Cox, Bernard Snider, Dick Eccles, Jim McGuire, Brain Kiellenberg,
Bob Howard, Carla Haines.
On a fair day in September of 1952, 54 green
freshmen meekly stared at the classrooms they
would occupy for the next four years. At the
first class meeting Mack Street was elected
President, Ada Jones, Vice-President, and
Bemard Snider, Secretary-Treasurer. Near the
close of the school year we sponsored an all-
school party at the gym.
The class of '56 began its sophomore year on
August 31, 1953, with 53 students. We elected
the following officers: George Whitney, Presi-
dent, Dick Eccles,Vice-President, Carla Haines,
Secretary-Treasurer, and Diane Butterfield, Re-
porter. We had no class parties this year, but
the biology class took an interesting trip to
Chicago on May 8.
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FRONT ROW: Betty Largent, Marilyn Cochran, Barbara Kell, Pauline Crowe, Linda Parker, Jim McCoy, Stanford
Randle, Jim Strappe, Fred Miller, Stewart Lewis, Bill Andrews, Bob Hayes, Floyd Dunham. SECOND ROW: Sharon
Ekena, Judy Purcell, Carol Smith, Betty Harkness, Celia Cowley, Beverly Griffen, Rowena Geeseman, Joyce Webber,
Janet Harlan, Virginia Ekena, Judy Davis, Catherine Mclntyre. THIRD ROW: Mary Etta Pettaw, Janet Faubel, Mary
Vance, Karen Kleen, Patricia Dunn, Frank Keefer, Larry Proctor, Gerald Eccles, Edward Cosby, Claude Spellman,
Ronnie Coon, Larry Page, Robert Groeper. FOURTH ROW: Douglas Coulter, Richard Coon, Bill Crowe, Dale Patton,
Tom Kilpatrick, Bill Robinson, Malcolm Bollinger, Noel Myers, Ronnie Brooks, John Wilson, Bill Travers, Everett
Cape, Vernon Broudfield, Sonny Patterson, Maurice Stambaugh.
On August 3l, 1953, 56 very green freshmen dent, Ronnie Coon, Vice-President, Linda Par-
entered the shining new halls of Elmwood High ker, Secretary-Treasurer, and Richard Coon,
School. Af the first class meeting the following Rep'orter. Our class party for the year was a
officers were elected: Douglas Coulter, Presi- skating party at Brimfield.
Dorothy Dunn Bill Dikeman Linda Kratzer
Valedictorian D. A. R. Homecoming Queen
Queen of Prom
D. A. R.
Jim Nixon Kathryn Gibbs , John Bridson
Legion Essay Blackhawk Queen Pep Club Awards
Jean DeF0rd b David Shindley virginia Hill
Mc C056 D0CiGm'-'NOD Free Throw Salufatorian
FIRST ROW: Bill Howard, John Bridson, Jim Forney, Dick Neal, Joe McCoy, Gene Endres, Bob Kelly, Dale McBeth
SECOND ROW: Bemard Snider, Charles Garrett, Dick Eccles, Jim Nixon, Bill Colgan, Mack Street. THIRD ROW
Harry Sherlock, Vernon Broadfield, Larry Proctor, Nat Mooningham, Claude Spellman, Danny McBeth, Steve Harding
Stanford Randle, Larry McCoy, Bob Shissler, Doug Coulter. FOURTH ROW: Blair Haines, Gerald Eccles, Malcolm
Bollinger, Richard Coon, Stewart Lewis, Edward Crosby, Noel Meyers, Bill Travers, George Whitney, Tom Mclntyre
John Cox, David Rodgers.
The Elmwood Football Homecoming was held
October 23, l953. The team played Princeville
for their last home game of the season. Before
the game, Linda Kratzer was crowned Queen by
Bill Dikeman during an impressive ceremony.
After the game the seniors sponsored a dance in
the gym. At ll:00 Linda Kratzer 'crowned John
Starting off the season with a bang, the Tro-
ians defeated Williamsfield 7 to 0 on our home
We tied Princeville l3 to l3, our homecoming
The graduating lettermen are: Charles Garrett,
Joe McCoy, John Bridson, Jim Nixon, Bill
Howard, and Dale McBeth.
Returning lettermen are: Dick Neal, Mack
Street, Bernard Snider, Jim Forney, Bob Kelly,
and Bill Colgan.
Bridson as King. The attendants were: Kathryn
Gibbs, Bonnie Rice, Dorothy Ann Dunn, Dian
Winn, Mary Lou Weber, Charles Garrett, Joe
McCoy, Dale McBeth, Bill Howard, and Jim
Nixon. A huge crowd was present to enjoy the
music of Woodie Worley's Orchestra.
Williamsfield ---- 0 Elmwood - - - - - 7
Wyoming ------- 52 Elmwood - - - - - O
Wethersfield ----- 32 Elmwood - - - - - 6
Galva ------ - - 25 Elmwood - - - - - 0
Walnut - -- --47 Elmwood--- -- 6
Princeville ----- l3
Bradford - - - - - 45
Toulon - - - - l9
Elmwood - - - - - l3
Elmwood--- -- 0
Elmwood--- -- 6
Dale Mc Beth
Dick Neal John Brid son
'hm N'xon Bull Howard
FIRST ROW: John Bridson, David Wilson, Dale McBeth, Bill Howard, David Shindley, Larry Johnson SECOND
ROW: Steve Harding, George Whitney, Bemard Snider, Sam Jones, Sonny Patterson, Philip Kratzer.
The first game on their new floor the Trojans
defeated Wethersfield 40 to 35. This year hav-
ing five seniors and one iunior retuming letter-
men, they won IO and lost l4, a great improve-
ment over last year's record.
The graduating seniors are: John Bridson,
Larry Johnson, Dale McBeth, David Wilson, and
The returning lettermen are: Junior, David
Shindley, Sophomores, Sam Jones, Phillip
Kratzer, George Whitney, Bernard Snider, and
Steve Harding, Freshman, Sonny Patterson.
Brimfield ------ Elmwood
Farmington ----- Elmwood
Yates City Elmwood
Alumni ---- - - - Elmwood
Fannington - - - - Elmwood
Walnut - - Elmwood
Princeville 56 Elmwood
Bradford - - 58 Elmwood
Wyoming - - 69 Elmwood
Dunlap - - - 47 Elmwood
Glasford - - 62 Elmwood
Wethersfield 48 Elmwood
Brimfield - 43 Elmwood
Walnut - - - 72 Elmwood
Galva ---- 51 Elmwood
Bradford - - 59 Elmwood
Princeville 59 Elmwood
Toulon - - - 30 Elmwood
Wyoming - - 73 Elmwood
Toulon ---- 39 Elmwood
Canton - - 55 Elmwood
The iunior varsity had a record of l6 and 9.
They played in the Blackhawk Junior Varsity
Tournament where they received a third place
George Whitney Phil Kroner Bernard Snider Sam Jones
Jr. Varsity Basketball
FRONT ROW: Danny McBeth, David Rodgers, Blair Haines, Richard Coon, Douglas Coulter
SECOND ROW: Mack Street, Larry Cox, Edward Cosby, Johnnie Cox, Bob Shissler.
FRONT ROW: Mack Street, Steve Harding, Bill Howard, Charles Garrett, Phillip
Kratzer, Dick Neal, Bemard Snider. SECOND ROW: Tom Mclntyre, Noel Myers,
Gerald Eccles, Edward Cosby, Jim Lane, Richard Coon, Larry Doubet, Gene
Our first meet this season was at Farmington
with the host team winning first place.
This year we went to the Galva Relays. Bill
Howard won 4th place in the high iump. We also
got 4th in the high hurdle shuttle, which included
Jim Lane, Steve Harding, Charles Garrett, and
At the Knoxville Bernard Snider placed first in
the Discus, Phillip Kratzer placed first in the
Pole Vault, and Bill Howard placed first in the
In the Blackhawk meet at Galva Charles Gar-
rett placed 5th in the broad iump, and Bill
Howard tied for 2nd place in the high iump.
Kathryn Gibbs was chosen as Queen to represent
Elmwood at the track meet.
ln the District meet at Peoria Bill Howard
FRONT ROW: Nathaniel Mooningham, Larry Johnson, Joe McCoy, Charles Garrett, Jim Flynn. SECOND
ROW: Dick Eccles, Douglas Coulter, John C'ox, Sam Jones, Bill Howard, John Wilson.
Elmwood had baseball this year after an
absence of two years. We did not do very well
althoudt we tried hard. We had a record of l
The graduating seniors are: Charles Garrett,
Joe McCoy, Larry Johnson, Bill Howard, and
Returning will be: Sam Jones, Dick Eccles,
Bernard Snider, Mack Street, Johnny Cox, Doug-
las Coulter, and Sonny Patterson.
Knoxville ------ Elmwood
Wyoming - - - - - - Elmwood
Glasford - - - - - - Elmwood
Toulon -------- Elmwood
Knoxville - - - - - Elmwood
Galva- - - Elmwood
Toulon - - Elmwood
Galvd- ' ' Elmwood
Glasford - - - - - - Elmwood
Cuba - -
- - - 7 Elmwood
Jeannette Moruvek, Bonnie Rice, Kathryn Gibbs, Dian Winn, Jean Ann DeFord
Diane Butterfield, Carla Haines, Put Chambers, Ada Jones.
FIRST ROW: Nancy Hahn, Janice Rodgers, Sandra Coon, Linda Kratzer. Jean DeFord, Jeannette Moravek, Virginia Hill,
Kathryn Gibbs, Ruth O'Hearn, Dian Winn, Judy Davis, Shirley Clemonds. SECOND ROW: Leona Flynn, Pauline Crowe,
Linda Parker, Sharon Sloan, Karen Kleen, Carla Haines, Bonnie Rice, Fannie Moore, Judy Haines, Ada Jones, Sandra
Phares, Mary Vance. THIRD ROW: Ethel Beard, Virginia Ekena, Janet Harlan, Violet Lewis, Evelina Cochran, Betty
Duggins, Sharon Ekena, Janet Faubel, Mary Pettow, Dorothy Dunn, Diane Butterfield. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Hoffmann,
Pat Simpson, Joyce Webber, Jean Davis, Peggy Broadfield, Dorothy Rimington, Judy Purcell, Betty Harkness, Cflia Cowley,
Pat Dunn, Marilyn CoOl'1r,an, Barbara Kell.
G.A.A. CALENDAR G.A.A. OFFICERS
Danville Workshop -------------- Oct. 3 Kathryn Gibbs ---------------- President
East Peoria Play Day ---- - - - Oct. I7 Bonnie Rice - - - - - - - -Vice President
Initiation ------------- - - - Oct. 20 Nancy Hahn - ----- Secretary
G.A.A. Turkey Trot Dance - - - - - - Nov. 25 Ada Jones - - ---- Treasurer
G.A.A. Sport Night ------- - - - Apr. 9 Linda Parker- - - - - - Reporter
Yates City Play Day- - - - - Apr. 13 Mrs. Taylor- - - - Advisor
Princeville Play Day- - - - - - May 8
G.A.A. Banquet ------- - - - May i3
Those receiving numeral awards this year in
orgmized activities are Sharon Ekena, Judy
Davis, Marilyn Cochran, Judy Purcell, Virginia
Ekena, and Janet Harlan. One to receive a
letter is Fannie Moore.
FIRST ROW: Deanne Patterson, Nancy Hahn, Janice Rodgers. Sandra Coon, Jean DeFard, Jeannette Moravek,
Virginia Hill, Bonnie Rice, Ruth O'Heam, Judy Davis, Shirley Clemonds, Kendra Book, Carol Broadfield, Darlene
Crowe. SECOND ROW: Sandra Clark, Lee Flynn, Pauline Crowe, Linda Parker, Sharon Sloan, Karen Kleen, Carla
Haines, Fannie Moore, Sharon Hoffman, Judy Haines, Phyllis Abrams, Ada Jones, Diane Butterfield, Mary Vance,
Deloros Whitmore, Mary Stanbaugh. THIRD ROW: Rowena Geeseman, Ethel Beard, Virginia Ekena, Janet Harlan,
Violet Lewis, Evelina Cochran, Betty Duggins, Sharon Ekena, Janet Faubel, Mary Pettow, Dorothy Dunn, Sandra
Phares, Gladys Wilson, Patsy Morby. FOURTH ROW: Judy Bain, Mary Colgan, Jackie Kilpatrick, Joyce Webber, Jean
Davis, Pegg Broadfield, Dorothy Remington, Judy Purcell, Betty Harkness, Celia Cowley, Pat Dunn, Marilyn
Cochran, Barbara Kell, Leona Geeseman, Margaret White.
PreSiCl9I'lf --'-"""""' 5l'lUl'0n l'l0fimUf1 September- - - - - - Host to House of Delegates
Vice-President --------- Dednne Pdttefsfm October ----------- Installation of Officers
Secretary ----- ---- J edn DeF0fd November ----------------- F.H.A. Week
TFSGSUFBI' ------ ' ' ' B0f1l1ie Rice , -Wrapped packages to send over seas
Parliamentarian -------- - - Dorothy Dunn December ...........---- Christmas Pony
Historian ------------- - - Jufly l'l0ineS Sent packages to service boys in states
Public Relations Chairman -------- JUCly Bain Placed carnations on hospital tray
Proiects Chairman --------- JaniceiRodgers January -
Song Leader --------------- - -Dian Winn February - - ----------- Formal initiation
Advisor - - 4 ---------- Mrs. Clara McCraith March ---- -------- S pring Rally
Chapter Father and Mother - April - - - - Family night pot luck
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Patterson May- - - - - Election of officers
Chapter Sister ---------- Betty Ruth Haines
FIRST ROW: James Strappe, Richard Harkness, Frank Harkness, William Schoenbein, Donald Mohn, Charles Garrett,
Frederick Miller, Sanford Randle, William Crowe, James McCoy, Frank Keefer. SECOND ROW: Vernon Broadfield,
Gene Endres, Edward Cosby, Claude Spellman, Joe McCoy, Raymond Cox, Tom Mclntyre, Malcolm Bollinger, Bobby
Shissler, Tom Kilpatrick, William Travers. THIRD ROW: Bob Harkness, Ronald Goetze, Roger Dunham, William
Overturf, Gerald Patterson, Phillip Kratzer, Dale Worley, Steve Harding, William Robinson, Bob Kelley. FOURTH
ROW: Larry Coon, William Dikeman, Larry Doubet, William Colgan, Jack Enfield, David Page, Raymond Kolowski,
President - ---- ------ ----- -
Secretary ----- - - -
- -Jim Geber
- - - - - Officers Training School
- - - --------- Freshmen Initiation
- ----- Section V Soil Judging Contest
Treasurer - - - - Gene Endres Nov. Trip to lntemational Livestock Show
Reporter- - - - - - Joe McCoy Dec- ---------------- John Deere Dey
Sentinel . - ...... Tom Mclmyre Dec. ----------- F.F.A. Christmas Party
Instructors - - - - - Mr. Delbert Magers Jan. ---- Mr. Burdette Swanson becomes our
Mr. Burdette Swanson
Vocational Ag. Instru ctor
- ---- - - - F.F.A. Roller Skating Party
- - - - - F.F.A. Parent And Son Banquet
- - - - - Beef And Dairy Judging Contest
Pep Club A
FIRST ROW: Dian Butterfield, Jeannette Moravek, Jean DeFord, Dian Winn, Ruth O'Hearn, Carol Broadfield,
Pat Chambers, Peggy Broadfield, Evelina Cochran, Joyce Webber, Jean Davis. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Dunn,
Ada Jones, Linda Parker, Nancy Hayes, Mary Vance, Karen Kleen, Virginia Hill, Bonnie Rice, Sandra Coon,
Nancy Hahn,-Janice Rodgers, Carla Haines, Pat Simpson. THIRD ROW: Judy Haines, Marcia Norris, Darlene
Crowe, Margaret White, Mary Pettow, Judy Davis, Alice Stear, Janet Faubel, Mary Stambaugh, Sharon Hoffmann,
Deanne Patterson, Sandra Clark. FOURTH ROW: Judy Purcell, Janet Harlan, Sharon Ekena, Pat Dunn, Shirley
Clemonds, Fannie Moore, Betty Dugans, Billie Book, Phyllis Abrams, Gladys Wilson, Jackie Kilpatrick.
inns year a new club was started at Elmwood
High School. The officers for the year were:
President --------- Deanne Patterson
Vice-President ------ Sharon Hoffmann
Secretary-Treasurer ------ Nancy Hahn
Reporter ------------- Sandra Clark
The obiect of this club is to promote good
sportsmanship and to have a good cheering
Our first project was to purchase megaphones
for the football cheerleaders. During the football
season a bus was taken to Toulon,and bleachers
were roped off for Pep Club members at home
During basketball season the meetings were
held in the study hall every Monday evening.
We took a bus to the Canton Regionals and
purchased a plaque for the school. Individual
trophies were given to the boys winning the
Good Sportsmanship Award. John Bridson won
both the awards, one for football and one for
basketball. His name will be engraved on the
This year the club was made up of only girls,
but we hope that next year there will be a large
number of boys to cheer the Troians to victory.
9 Newspaper Staff
FRONT ROW: Richard Coon, Sharon Hoffmann, Linda Kratzer, Judy Bain, Diane Butterfield, Linda Parker, Joe
McCoy. SECOND ROW: Jim Lane, Richard Neal, Sandra Clark, Deanne Patterson, Janice Rodgers, Bill Dikeman,
L arry Coon.
" Elmwood Echo'
The iuniors undertook a school newspaper this
year. lt is called 'Elmwood Echo' and the staff
Deanne Patterson - ---- Editor-in-Chief
Jim Lane ---------- Assistant Editor
Judy Bain ---- - - - Feature Editor
Janice Rodgers - --------- Art Editor
Larry Coon ------- ---- S ports Editor
Richard Coon ------- Freshman News
Diane Butterfield - - - - Sophomore News
Dick Neal ----- -- ----- Junior News
Linda Kratzer- - - - -Senior News
Joe McCoy ------ - - - FFA News
Sharon Hoffmann - - - - - - FHA News
Kathryn Gibbs ---- ----- G AA News
Sandra Clark ---- - - -Pep Club News
Bill Dilceman - - - ----- Band News
Mrs. Morse ---- ----- A dvisor
The first big question was to find a name for
the paper. All the students who had any ideas
turned them in to the eclitors, and it was voted on
by the entire school. "Elmwood Echo' was the
name chosen for the paper.
The paper has proved to be a big success,
and will probably be a proiect of the iunior
classes in the following years.
Their advisor, Mrs. Morse, helped them a
great deal when it was started, -and has been a
great deal of help to them all year.
On the evening of April 30, l954, the iunior
class invited the senior class and faculty to
take a trip to 'Hawaiian Paradise."
Beginning at 6:30, a banquet was served by
the iunior mothers. The meal consisted of fruit
cocktail, swiss steak, mashed potatoes and
gravy, peas, bing salad, pineapple upside-down
cake, and coffee. Through the dinner hour, the
soft strains of Hawaiian music could be heard.
Following the dinner was a short program
consisting of the welcome by Nancy Hahn, junior
class president, the response by Dorothy Ann
Dunn, senior class president, Hawaiian music
by Larry Coon on his electric guitar, a decla-
mation by Sandra Coon, 'Now That April's
Hereg' a speech on modem education' by Mr.
Cady, a piano solo, "Tarantelle,' by Mary
Stambaugh, and as a complete surprise to every-
one, 'The Cunningham's" from Galesburg danced
the Hawaiian War Chant.
Following the program, everyone enioyed
dancing to the music of Kenny Landin and his
Orchestra from Peoria.
The highlight of the evening was at 'l'l:00
when the King and Queen of 'Hawaiian Para-
dise' were crowned in an impressive ceremony.
Proceding up a crepe paper isle were Nancy
Hahn and Bill Colgan, Mary Ann Vance and Tom
Kilpatrick, the punch boy and girl with the
crowns, iunior attendants, Deanne Patterson,
Gene Endres, Margaret White, Jack Ledger, and
senior attendants, Kathryn Gibbs and Ronald
Goetze. Then came the King and Queen, David
Wilson and Dorothy Ann Dunn. The reigning
couple were presented the gold crowns and beau-
tiful Hawaiian leas of white, pink, and red
carnations. Then the royal group led the next
At 12:00 the doors of the "Misty Isles' swung
closed, and 'Hawaiian Paradise' was a thing
of the past.
L, Glee Club
FIRST ROW: Bill Howard, Linda Kratzer, Jean Ann DeFord, Charles Garrett, Jim Lane, Dian Winn, Phyllis
Abrams, Jack Ledger. SECOND ROW: Karl Kay Taylor, Sandra Coon, Janice Rodgers, Bob Shissler, Blair
Haines, Virginia Hill, Bonnie Rice, Bill Dikeman. THIRD ROW: Dale Worley, Pat Simpson, Marcia Norris,
Deanne Patterson, Dorothy Ann Dunn, Larry Boyer. FOURTH ROW: Dick Neal, Shirley Clemonds, Fannie
Moore, Billie Book, Kathryn Gibbs, Gladys Wilson, David Rodgers.
FIRST ROW: Diane Butterfield,
Ethel Beard, Janet Harlan, Linda
Parker, Beverly Snider. SECOND
ROW: Shirley Walker, Barbara
Spears, Delores Whitmore, Dorothy
Rimington, Virginia Ekena. THIRD
ROW: Jackie Kilpatrick, Carla
Haines, Vonda Archibald, Mary
Ellen Persak, Judy Purcell.
FOURTH ROW: Pat Chambers,
Karen Kleen, Mary Ann Vance,
Joyce Webber, Judy Davis, Pat
Fresh men Boys' Chorus
John Wilson, Bill Andrews, Larry
Proctor, Malcolm Bollinger, Ronnie
Coon, Richard Coon, Frank Hark-
ness, Douglas Coulter.
CORNETS: Peggy Miles, Claude Spellman, Duane Runyon, Tom Harding, Carol Lou Shaheen.
FLUTES: Gloria Swanson, Jacky Martin.
FRENCH HORN: Jerald Appel.
CLARINETS: Judy Ke ser, Joyce Webber, Donald Spellman, Evelina Cochran, Sandra Finchan.
BARITONES: Bill Folkenroth, Bill Dikeman.
DRUMS: Douglas Coulter, Floyd Dunham.
CYMBOLS: Jean Davis.
BASS: Tom Kilpatrick.
This year the band has had a successful time.
We were under the leadership of Mr. Paul Vegna
from Peoria. We number nineteen in our mem-
bership which is mostly made up of grade
The band played at most of the home football
and basketball games. Nine members of the
band attended the festival which was held at
Macomb. We also attended the Blackhawk festi-
val on March l6, for a whole day of music.
This year the band commission is going to
give two trophies to two members in the band.
They will be given on the merits of best conduct
and ability to play. The winners are Peggy
Miles for ability to play, and Judy Keyser for
best conduct. '
This year was the first time that we had a
band commission. The commission consists of
the members' parents. They have been a big
factor in our success and we hope that they
continue to do so.
"My Little Margie'
A select cast of seniors, under the able supervision of Ruth Monroe,
presented the play, "My Little Margie', on Friday, March 26. The
portrayals of the Albrights and their friends brought much laughter and
excitement to all who saw it.
Margie Albright --------- -------- - - - Jean DeFord
Vem Albright - - - ----- - - - Bill Dikeman
Mr. Honeywell- - - ------ Jim Nixon
Freddie ------ ------ B ill Howard
Mrs. Odetts - - - ---- Jeannette Moravek
Roberta ------ --------- D ian Winn
Miss Sherman - - - ----- Virginia Hill
Sir Saiyid Nasif ---- - - - - David Wilson
Madame Nasif ---- - - - Dorothy Dunn
Bill ------- - - ----- Jim Flynn
Nurse ------- - - - Linda Kratzer
Assassin ---- - - -Charles Garrett
Prompter - - ---- Fannie Moore
Sharon -------- -------- ---- S a ndra Coon
Margaret Rug les - - - ----- - - - Sandra Clark
Charlie Rug Yes - - - - - - Jack Enfield
Chuck Rugg?es - - - - - Dick Neal
Donna Ruggles - - - - - Judy Bain
Donald Ruggles- - - "'- - -Jim Lane
Susan Sherwood - - - - - - Janice Rodgers
Maxwell Davis - - - Roger Dunham
Messenger Boy - - ' ' - -Jack Ledger
Mar Ann ------- - - Nancy Hahn
JefILogan ---- - - - Gene Endres
Preston Finch ---- ---- L arry Doubet
Prompter ----- - - Deanne Patterson
Armstrong's Clothing and Shoes
Bennett's Standard Service
Bob Shoop's Phillip's 66
Carter's Body Shop
Carter's Television Service
Central Illinois Light Co.
Cisel Friendly Mobil Service
Clark Memorial Home
Coulter Home Furnishing
Cozy lnn Cafe
D. and H. Motor
D. E. Kemp, Ins. and Real Estate
Dr. W. E. Nolting
Edson Smith and Sons, Inc.
Ellis W. Johns, Chiropractor
Elmwood Elevator Co.
Elmwood Food Center
Elmwood Locker Service
First Farmer"s State Bank
General Telephone Co. of lllinois
Goodwin's Barber Shop
Grover Produce Co.
Howard's Welding Shop
Hugh Nixon, Ins. and Real Estate
Lishman's Conoco Service
Lott Insurance Agency
L. Richard Whitney
McCoy's Skelly Service
McKown Ins. Agency
Metz Motor Co.
Miller Farm Supply
Monroe's Flower Shop
Pat's Beauty Shop
Patterson Funeral Home
Ramshaw Motor Sales
Simpson Powelson Lumber Co.
Soldwell's Jewelry and Sundries
The Elmwood Gazette
The Fair Store
The Penny Super Market
Tyhurst's Barber Shop
Willis Dalton, Barber Shop
Clue to Baby Pictures
Ph llis Abrams
Jean Ann De Ford
Mary Lou Howard
Dorothy Ann Dunn
LIST OF GRADUATES
B. C. Allensworth,Prof., Ella Brain, Mary
Hopkins, Eliza Hurlburt, Hattie Keene,
Eliza Mathews, Hettie Parsell, Minnie
Rogers, Stella Rose, Flora Smith, Edson
Walton, Ella Woods.
James M. Greenley, Prof., Laura V.
James M. Greenley, Prof., Lettie Bartho-
lomew, Joseph Williamson.
James Kelly, Prof., Alice Biggs, Rosa
Ryan, Florence Whitney.
James Kelly, Prof., No graduates.
Janes Kelly, Prof., No graduates.
J. M. Crow, Prof., Lois Brown, Ed Egm.
J. M. Crow, Prof., Asa M. Brown, George
N. Brown, Bathena Coon, Florence
Darby, Belle Kellogg, Huburt Marshall,
Flora McNay, Lillie Purcell.
J. M. Crow, Prof., Mattie Barrett, Hettie
Coon, Minnie Purcell.
J. M. Crow, Prof., James Les, John
Pheifer, Mabelle 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.
C. R. Vandervoort, Prof., Orie Bartholo-
mew, Kate Callister, Laura Lobaugh,
Luman Royce, Howard Spangler, Bertha
Wheeler, Frank Whitney.
C. R. Vandervoort, Prof., El Clingmf
Frances Dmiels, Fredericka Mathewson,
- W. J. Pringle, Prof., Lura Helen Brrtholo-
mew, Harriet Jones, Ed C. Slayton,
- W. J. Pringle, Prof., Anna Enright, Minnie
Lawrence, Edwcrd Siegel.
-W. J. Pringle, Prof., Edson E. Dalton,
Kate Hurff, Emest Lobaugh, Fred Patter-
son, Sam Tidd.
- W. Ja Pringle, Prof., John Bitner, Ed. U.
Henry, Mila Ketchum, Edith Kighrlinger,
Howard Kirkpatrick, Philip Phares, Fred
Pratz, James Slayton.
-- W. J. Pringle, Prof., Charles Burt, Sadie
Clinch, Fred Darby, Bessie Ewalt, Orrie
Snyder, Estelle Wasson.
W. J. Pringle, Prof., Emma Anderson,
Gertie Davis, Everet Kemp, Lillim
Wheeler, Frank Wing.
W. J. Pringle, Prof., Harrison Dixon,
Charles Famum, Fred Heptonstull, Edna
Lawrence, Nellie A. Perrin, Fred Slayton,
S. B. Allison, Prof., Ora Currlings, Frank
Higgins, Asa Kirkpatrick, Harry Macy,
Emma Putmm, Sanford Schriers, Anna
Vandervoort, Ester Wasson, Katie Waibel.
S. B. Allison, Prof., Ethel Cullings,
Charles Day, Bertha Denning, Reba
Herriot, Chcrles McCorkie, Bert Riner,
Anna Smith, Myrtle Slayton, Mae Smith,
S. B. Allison, Prof., Anna Anderson,
Laura Bodine, George Davidson, Cara
Duth, Bessie Ennis, Edith Jones, Ber-
tram Kemp, Daniel Ketchum, Harvey Lott,
Edith Patterson, Mary Rose, C. Vance,
Minnie Woods, Winifred Wheeler, Hor-
L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Fanny Bourgoin,
Clingan, Grace Famum, Martha Holt,
Stella Kirkpatrick, Nellie Mannock, Nina
Miller, Marie Regan, Emma Riner, Nellie
Slayton, Rena Webster, Lavarre Wycoff.
L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Mable Denning,
Rose Douglas, Samuel Garrison, Gertrude
Hardenberg, Ortha Hepronsrall, Elmer
Hubbel, Leo Johnson, Mary Kinnear,
Sadie Lott, Jessie Mannock, Effie Mathis,
Ethel Runyan, Harry Wells, Earnest
L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Frank Armstrong,
Charles Clinch, Harold Cullings, Nettie
Debacher, Frank Eslinger, Blanch
Herriott, Henry Jarman, Patience Jarman,
Roy Kightlinger, Ethel McCann, Alice
McCullough, Anna McDermott, Esther
Nelson, Harry Rose, Bertha Waibel,
Myrtle Webster, Emma Westbay.
L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Leslie Anderson,
Anna Armstrong, Ada C. Buell, Anna De-
Bacher, Pearl Greenough, Myrtle De
Bacher, Lora Hart, Elliott E. Head, Har-
lan Hubbell, Harlan JUDSS, Nellie E.
McCd:e, Nora E. McCarty, Tessie A.
McDermott, David H. Morton, Margaret M.
Nelson, Nora Nelson, Edna L. Patterson,
Margaret E. Stewart, Blanch Swigert,
L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Archie' Miles,
L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Edwin Brown,
Marion Brown, Nellie Earing, Lloyd
Graham, Earl Henry, Allan Higgins, Amy
Hotchkiss, Dean Jay, Leroy Kurshaw,
florence McKen'ow, Albert Van Patten,
Neva Walton, Clifton Wycoff.
J. M. Martin, Prof., Mary Bowers, Everet
S. Cathcart, Bert Conrey, Ross E. Cul-
lings, Mable DeBacher, Maurice Grumley,
Mina Morton, Nina E. Palmer, Elsie M.
Philhower, Fmnie E. Remmele, Charles
E. Smith, Dale E. Snyder.
Charles Stuart, Prof., Marilla Cooper,
Mcrgaretta Jay, Rea Harkness, Edson
Kinnear, Fred Mah," Harry Quigley,
Maude Smith, Raymond Troth, James
Turner, Earl Vance, Nellie Wells, Belle
Charles Stuart, Prof., Will Balin, Lottie
Bourgoin, Evaline Brooks, Leta Cutheart,
John Grumley, Mu-y Humphreys, Monica
Smith, Merle Snyder, Nellie Wheatcroft,
Charles Stuart, Prof., Lelia Armstrong,
Lottie Annstrong, Anna Booth, Charles
Bowers, Florence Gabriel, Charles
Grumley, Ecrl Horsley, Alice Orvis, Paul
1906- Charles Stuart, Prof., Gertrude Bowers,
Mild'ed Bowers, Orral Conver, Ina
Learned, Glennie Tyler, Gertrude Waibel.
1907-Charles Stuart, Prof., John Boswell,
lrwin Dalton, Bertha Graham, Gilbert
Lane, Raymond Lyons, Cara Nelson,
Essie Rynearson, Florence Walton, Ada
Wheotcroft, Paul Wells, Eole Zink,
T. S. Henry, Prof., Wildo Armstrong,
Frances Jay, Edna Lea-ned, Clifford
Lott, Lillie Mannock, Agnes Morton,
Edna Parr, Miriam Potts, Wallace Snyder,
John Troth, Frances Walton, Katherine
White, Marie Zink.
-T. S. Henry, Prof., Florence Criger,
Henry Kessler, Alice Lott, Harry Niece,
T. S. Henry, Prof., Goldia Booth, Samuel
Conver, Sara Conver, Sidney Cullings,
Arthur Dalton, Lola Fish, Floyd Gooding,
Mabel Higgins, Walter Manock, Raymond
Nibbelin, Ella Odces, Mable Schori,
T. S. Henry, Prof., John Bowers, Mabel
Brooks, Hazel DeBacher, Frieda Korth,
Ella Vm Pelt, Jenrje Philips, Eleanor
Schlots, John Stevens.
T. S. Henry, Prof., Frances Bowers,
William Criger, Raymond Dikeman, Neal
Higgins, Chester Lyons, Florence Lyons,
Thora Morton, Lois Nichols, Bernice
Noel, Ethel Reed, Newell Reed, Florence
Seltzer, Harold Shissler, Alice Tolbert.
C. C. Condit, Prof., Laura Brown, Bernice
Goliday, Oliver Gregory, Ralph Kilpatrick,
Howard Schlots, John Schultz, Hazel
Seltzer, Wilhelmina Taylor, ,Elwyn Troth,
Leroy Watkins, Vivien Whiting, Estelle
C. C. Condit, Prof., Hazel Atherton, Edna
Brooks, Louise Condit, Margretha Fried-
richs. Roy Gore, Clifton Humphreys,.
Evelyn Humphreys, Eleanor McCann,
Esther Nichols, Blmch Oldknow, Frank
Schultz, George Shissler, Margaret Smith,
C. C. Condit, Prof., Maude Adams, Grace
Barrett, Gilman Davidson, Leona Higgins,
Eva Holt, Charlotte Johnson, Marie Kelly,
Edwin Kilpatrick, Leonard Lang, Elsie
Lyons, Jessie McCann, Myrtle McKnown,
Logan Nelson, Und Nelson, Lena Seltzer,
Louise Shissler, Georgia Taylor, Lillian
C. C. Condit, Prof., Frank Allen, Leona
Day, Chules Dooley, Edna Foster,
Leonard Higgins, Veda Holt, Fem
Humphreys, Earl Kelly, Winifred Kelly,
Maude King, Esther Korth, Almetta
Maher, Edgcr McDonald, Mary McFaIl,
Howard Redding, Roscoe Redding,
Margery Schenck, Margery Strufe, Merle
Threw, Naomi Waibel, Gladys Wooten,
C. C. Condit, Prof., Mariorie Bowers,
Clifton Conver, Frank Johnson, John
Kilpatrick, George McKinley, Lulu Mc-
Kown, Elmer Miles, Hugh Nelson, Donald
Niece, Russel Schori, Catherine Stevens,
Henry Tully, Max Wasson.
C. C. Condit, Prof., Howard Atherton,
lsaax 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, Marguerite Gregory, Roy Hark-
ness, Harold Herbert, Ruth Ireton, Nan
Johnson, Naomi Johnson, Lucille Kelly,
Opal Kelly, Alma Lindzey, Gladys
Lindzey, Erha MacDonald, Leslie
MacDonald, Mildred Peters, Nellie
Schenck, John Sdworik, Leah Thatcher,
Charles Tidd, Mary Threw, Frmces Van
Sickle, Gayle Weeks, Helen White.
C. C. Condit, Prof., Leroy Andrews, June
Bandy, Ada Boice, Mark Brennan, Horace
Demick, Mwde Miller, Louis Miles,
Edwin Miranda, Margaret Phares, Gladys
Proctor, Richard Schenck, Mona Snyder,
Rosanna Stevens, Wilda Threw, Lauretta
Tully, Elma Wasson, Rowena Wasson,
Mrlgaret Wickwire, Vema Wooten, Francis
C. C. Condit, Prof., Gladys Archibald,
Ralph Bacher, Howard Carter, Marianne
Clinch, Mary Cusack, Mary Dwyer, Harley
Green, Anna Grumley, George Gutshall,
Hazel Gutshall, Birdella Harkness,
Frances McCarty, Vema Miles, Bruce
Mullen, Elva Peters, Forrest Reed,
Gmevieve Riner, Mona Ristine, Doris
Shively, Harry Stalter, Ruth Thatcher,
Anna Trowbridge, Dean Threw, Ferne
Threw, Harvey Van Sickle, Adrienne
Herbert, Mildred Higgens, Rad-rel Holt,
Gerald Jaman, Alta Johnson, Roy Keel-
ing, Helen Lindzey, Owen Lindzey.
C. C. Condit, Prof., Clare Bragg, Edna
Clark, Dean Condit, Riti French, Myrta
Mqnin, Chester Miles, RolphlMcKown,.
Fred Schlots, Margaret Sporrer, Ruby
Wasson, Mabel Worley, Albert Wolford,
C. C. Condit, Prof., Elora Burt, Kathryn
Callister, Leon Carter, Ruth Cladwell,
Arthur Draggo, Lawrence Harkness, Clyde
Hendrix, Roland Hitchcock, Faye Hoyt,
Edith Jarrnm, Magaret Kilpatrick, Harry
MacDonald, Erma McKinty, Bemard
Mullen, Loren Odres, Florence Phrres,
Everett Redding, Walter Redding, Russell
Remmelle, Earl Schenck, Hemion Shelton,
Roma Shively, Ensley Strapp, Florence
Threw, Daniel Tully, Edwin Watkins,
Mary Whitney, Grace Wickwire.
C. C. Condit, Prof., Della Brown, Floyd
Brown, Pearl Clinch, Doris Colvin, Cecil
Coon, John Cullings, Kathryn Cusack,
Walter Dalton, Millard Day, Willard De-
Ford, May Demick, Margaret Ekstrand,
Everett Epley, Lucile Flint, William
Schenck, Margaret Seltzer, Harry Stotler,
Lester Turl, Earline Weeks, Elva Wolford,
C. C. Condit, Prof., Minerva Carlsin,
Jeanetre Colidge, Ruth Eslinger, George
Fleisher, Lorena Fleisher, Myrtle Flick-
inger, Jessie French, Pauline Jonnan,
Agnes Kelly, Opal Lindzey, Louise
Macey, Lela Murphy, Chester Patton,
Zelda Perrill, Iona Rambo, Ruth Shively,
Nina Threw, Etta Vohland, Leonard
Windish, Edith Worley.
J. H. Francis, Prof., Howard Berger,
Everett Bogrer, Ruth Clinch, Cornelia
Day, Gladys DeFord, Leone DeFord,
Daniel French, Kathryn Goliday, Loren
Harkness, Helen Hart, Lois Henry,
Neva Higgins, Norma Huvert, Loring
Jarman, Kathryn Maher, Beulah McClure,
Verna Metz, George Moore, Laurence
Moran, George Montgomery, Dorothy
Ndson, Ruth Nichols, Opal Richardson,
Alice Shawver, Loren Shelton, Leon
Whitney, Frances Wickwire, Mildred Wiley.
J. H. Francis, Prof., Dorothea Bowman,
Wayne Collis, Ruth Cullings, Bertha
Dalton, Doris Dobbs, Julia Dwyer, Harley
Fleisher, Lester Hartley, Cloroble Her-
bert, Deforest Hitchcock, Ada Hoyt, Owen
Hubbell, Milford Kirkbride, Thomas Lee,
lrene Maher, Adell McVey, Thomas Miller,
Mary Noggle, Dem Proctor, Lowell
Redding, Ward Schori, Carl Schragg.
E. E. Downing, Supt., Ada Bohrer, Helen
Buxton, Thelma Callis, Lois Challacombe,
Mable Dawson, Glenn DeFord, Wallace
Emerick, Velda Eubands, Lynne Fagotte,
Marie Fleisher, Irma Flickinger, Oral
Gallagher, Lloyd Graham, Glenn Hall,
Leonard Heller, Raymond Hicks, Louise
McKinty, Lucille Murphy, Julia Patton,
Herald Redding, Velda Scragg, Francis
Shively, Clyde Wheeler, Leo Windish,
Louis Windish, Corinne Zinn.
E. E. Downing, Supt.5 Louise Anderson,
Frances Clemmer, Bemice Corbett, Marie
Ekstrand, Gail Emerick, Janes Foster,
Marion Harper, lsabel Hoyt, Mary John-
son, Kathleen Manock, John Mathis,
Stanton Moore, Helen Moran, Bernice
Pierson, John Ryan, Rolen Searle, Inez
Smith, Susanna Smith, Elizabeth Steer,
E. E. Downing, Supt., Virginia Atherton,
Juanita Bohrer, Jesse Boice, Kathryn
Bowers, Eugene Buxton, Audrey Coon,
Sanford Coon, Mariorie Coulter, Jumita
DeGrott, Howard Foster, Harold Hicks,
Ruth Jarman, Frances Lindzey, Armin
Lischer, Gayle Phares, Bill Proctor,
Hugh Nixon, Alice Redding, Esther
Schulthes, Leland Simkins, Thelma
Scragg, Elon Steer, John Weeks, Helen
E. E. Downing, Supt.p Arwine Archibald,
Cecelia Armstrong, Virginia Bailey,
Edwin Bock, Eugene Bourgoin, Lois
Carter, Norman Clrrk, Walter Clinch,
Thomas Cooley, Robert England, Alice
Foster, Paul Fussner, Ralph Graham,
John Hart, Gladys Heller, Mary Herbert,
Paul Hitchcock, Pauline Hitchcock,
Milcked Krisher, John Lindzey, Charles
Livingston, Margery Mathis, Charles
Manock, Alfred Miles, Mildred Reed, Beth
Shively, Louise Turner, James Voorhees,
Eldon Wiley, lzola Yates.
E. E. Downing, Supt.p Betty Armstrong,
Dorothy Bates, Thomas Clemmer, Vera
Catherine Custer, Kenneth Davy, Ralph
Gayman, Mary Hedden, Lucille Hitchcock,
Berwyn Huey, Nellie Livingston, Dmiel
Maher, Mary Ellen Manock, Owen McKinty,
Elmer Moody, John Pierson, Rosco Pullen,
Opal Shane, Edwin Shively, Adeline
Thomas, Paul Thompson, Cornelius
Vance, Helen Weeks, Woodow Worley,
E. E. Downing, Supt., Willian Armstrong,
Clifford Atherton, George Boyer, Eldon
Burt, Hazel Coon, Eileen DeGroot,
Frances Dobbs, Wilma Frame, Hervey
Haines, Samuel Haines, Rdph Hall,
Ophelia Huxtable, Signell Kauffman,
Gladys Kheer, Geneva Mathis, Harvey
McFall, Jr., Wilden McKown, Raymond
Miles, Margaret Miller, Orville Moody,
Roberta Moore, Fredrick Nagel, Frances
Oldfield, Milo Phares, John Shell,
Lloydine Taylor, Joseph Thomas, Helen
Troth, Howard Windi sh, Jemnette Worley,
Hugh Wyooff, Gerald Yerby.
E. E. Downing, Supt., Frmcis Ann Arm-
strong, Richard Atherton, Wilma Bohrer,
Adeline Boice, Lawrence Buxton, Dewey
Clark, Jack Clinch, Artie Frame, Haley
Gcrren, John Brown Grover, Beniamin
Hall, Mcnford Harding, Judson Dratzer,
LaVergne McCuen, Lynn McKinty, Mil-
dred Mmock, Earle Murphy, Harold
Nixon, Clifford Perrill, Howard Pierson,
Robert Pullen, Lilah Roffey, John Shaffer,
Charlotte Shelton, Katherine Smith,
Eugene Traynor, Eleal1ore Waibel, Richard
Wilkinson, Gerda' Wurmnerst, Erma
E. E. Downing, Supl-2 Richard Bailey,
Halene Boyd, Merle Clark, Esther Clem-
mer, Mary Clinch, Keith Currier, Edwin
Foster, Kenneth Golden, Harold Hutley,
Arthur Hasselbacker, Maxine Heuber,
Leila Hoyt, Chester Kuntz, Mabel Mc-
Allister, John McFall, Dorothy McMullen,
LaVeda Miles, Jack Miller, Winogene
Miller, Gayle Owens, Charles Patterson,
Paul Reed, Pall Schaffer, Sidney Thomp-
son, Dorothy Troth, Owen Waibel, Robert
Wilcox, Ruth Wolfe, Katherine Zink.
E. E. Downing, Supt., Jem Atherton,
Mcrgaret Boice, Alice Boyer, Frank
Bridson, Clifton Clark, Helen Gallagher,
Dale Gutshall, Ruth Hedden, Billy Jar-
man, Donald Livingston, John Manock,
Carl Meehan, Martha Moffitt, Charles
North, Hermcn Norton, Elizabeth Patter-
son, Violet Ray, Susie Robinson, Doris
Roffey, Alvin Sollenberger, Gerald
Talley, Cwroll Taylor, Woodrow Vm
Tine. Doris Waechter.
E. E. Downing, Supt.g Harry Batemm,
Pwline Bougoin, Fem Briggs, Ruby
Bruniga, Lola Chapmm, Eugene Clemmer,
Mary Louise Coolidge, Florence Coon,
Floyd Coon, Mary Louise DeFord, Helen
Dwyer, June Gibbs, Mariorie Golden,
Cecil Gutshall, Elsie Gutshall, Leo
Gutshall, Lawrence Hall, Kathryn Harber,
Ralph Harkness, Charles Hides, Janes
lnskeep, Ruth Jones, Leila Kratzer,
Raymond McKinty, Bill McQuiston,
Robert Miller, Ruth Ann Moore, Shannon
Powers, Jackson Reed, Jean Rhoden-
baugh, Raymond Seltzer, Merlin Smith,
Mu-cia Steinmm, Arthur Trowbridge, Sara
Wilkinson, Shirley Winn.
E. E. Downing, Supt., Emestine Bock,
Maxine Bohrer, Leora Boyd, Hazel
Buxton, Maurine Dunivant, Virginia
Gibbs, Jmet Golden, Ted lnskeep, Emma
Jaques, Dorothy Kunts, Mariorie Kyle,
Archie Miles, Anna Miller, Elaine Mullen,
Elaine Mullen, Wiley Reed, Jack Steer,
Gordon Thompson, Theodore Trowbridge,
David Wyootf, Phyllis Worrell, Lucille
E. E. Downing, Supt., Lucille Clark,
Robert Dale Collins, Clifford Cowley,
Pearl DeFord, Arthur Dixon, Myrana
Frame, John Gallagher, Mildred Gooding,
Merlin Gutshall, Bill Grover, Harlan Hall,
Catherine Jaques, John Jarman, Marie
Robah Kellogg, David Lipsley,
Livingston, Robert Lott, Nellie
Mmock, Betty Mers, Donald Metz,
Dorothy Metz, Earl Morrison, Evelyn
Perkins, William Reed, Bemard Taylor.
E. E. Downing, Supt., Jesse Bradshaw,
Mayme Briggs, Viola Buhl, Mariorle Ann
Chapman, James Clark, Marie Conklin,
Marl Cooksey, Perle Coon, Jr., Virginia
Cowley, Mary Cullings, Eva Doubet,
Katherine Fidler, Viola Forquer, Mary
Foster, Nellie Gallagher, Howard Gorren,
Ma'ian Golden, Ruth Graham, James Hart,
Jack Lqasley, Giles Martzluf, Lester
McAllister, Lois McCoy, Roberta Mc-
Clennan, Robert McQuintan, Charlotte
Millen, Ella Millen, Raymond Pack,
Richard Pritchett, Arvid Rambo, Earl
Ramshaw, Juanita Reed, Marvel Reich,
Orie Shane, Hubert Shelton, Howarth
Taylor, Robert Taylor, Jerome Vogel.
E. E. Downing, Supt.5 Ruth Anckews,
Rena Beetler, Pail Betts, Janet Bond,
Beverly Chase, Lucille Conklin,
Lucille Carum, Leona Dubit,, MCI'-
ga'et Edwards, Lyle Ford, Donald
Gcrren, Vada Green, Juanita Hartley,
Ruth Hogy, Robert Jones, Gertrude
Kellogg, John Mdter, Jr., Charles Mann,
Charles Morrison, Helen Motax, Marguerite
Pack, Marcella Page, Virginia Purchase,
Gerald Reed, Helen Riggs, Emest Rose-
crans, Alys Shme, Gertrude Shissler,
Audrey Sparks, Jane Spicher, Gloria
Swygmm, Stmley Taylor, John Tompson,
Gene Troth, Ruby Waechter, John Young,
E. E. Downing, Supt.5 Harold Beetler,
Evelyn Bowen, Dorothy Bowers, Dean
Collins, San Cooksey, Hary Ethelyn
Crozier, Celia Dalton, Donald Eldert,
Ruth Frame, Claire Gutshall, June Higgs,
Betty Hunt, Donald Karth, Robert Karth,
Betty Kratzer, Walter Livingston, Mable
Mmn, Paul May, Betty McCuen, Charles
Miles, Ralph Riggs, J. D. Rutledge,
Alve Lee Ruthledge, Donald Schlots,
Milded, Silzer, Dean Van Sickle, Russell
Waechter, Lois West, Roy Wheeler, George
E. E. Downing, Supt., Mary Ines Beamer,
Wilma Beeney, Alice Blelchner, Wilma
Bowen, Russell Briggs, Floyd Broadtield,
Maxine Callister, Bonnie Edwards, Dean
French, Lowell Fuller, Wallace Fuller,
John Gutshall, Velma Hall, Dorothy
Kendall, Margaret Kilpatrick, Jeanne
Lott, Martha Lott, Hazel Mammen, Donald
McCoy, Katheryn Mohn, Fred Neal, Mary
Nelson, Irene Pack, Harold Page,
Thomas Roseaans, Mary Jem Schade,
Theo Share, Georgia Shelton, David
Shissler, Mary Ruth Shissler, Betty Tay-
-lor, Rachel West, Marion Winn.
E. E. Downing, Supt.p Harriet Bond,
Elizabeth Cisel, Leona Cisel, June
Clinebell, Mary Lou Corley, Oretha
Corum, Chcrles Craig, Thelma Crozier,
Edithe Donovick, Dm Duval, Donald
Grover, Lorene Hartley, Max Hants,
Earline Huber, Tommy Hunt, Freida Key-
ser, Wdter King, Russell Karth, Paul La-
Follette, Marguerite Lott, Bill lMacDonald,
Lelmd McClenna1, Bob Miller, Dorothy
Orren, Clayton Prest, Mariorie Schlots,
Billy Dean Shme, Shirley Shaw, Bob
Shoop, Dorothy Taylor, William Thompson,
Alice Waechter, Gene Waibel.
R. E. Blckford, Supt.g Ruth Beetler, Ada
Bridges. Bvffv Brisas. Dvwfhy Brisas,
Willian Cutter, Jay H. Daily, Francis
Edwards, Robert Gibson, Paul Haines,
Joan Heiken, Jean Hoyt, Dorothy Janes,
Wilma Keefer, Theodore Kendall, Wilden
Lynall, Darlene May, Harriet Martzlut,
Mary Neal, Helen Taylor, Franklin Vogel.
R. E. Bickford, 5upt., Bill Aman, Donald
Beetler, Flossie Bowen, Robert Boyer,
Thelma Callister, William Carter, Betty
Clark, Bill Correll, Melvin Coulter,
Marvin Courtright, Bill Cowley,
Anita Crozier, Betty Dunton, Roland
Edchoff, Mary Jane Gibbs, Robert Hall,
Cecelia Johnson, Grace Keyser, Ruby
LaFollette, Phoebe Lott, Harlo McKinty,
Irene Nelson, Deloris Ratclitf, Donna
Ray, Jack Reed, Dale Shane, Jim Sheley,
Gene Shissler, Mildred Thurst, Eloise
R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Ellery Adams,
Roberta Amundsen, Jme Brown, Robert
Burns, Wilma Dunn, Mary Craig, Blanche
Edwards, Eileen Gooding, Katherine
Haines, Chcrles Harkness, Richard
Hartley, Robert Keefer, Richcrd Korth,
Clarence Krisher, Dorothy McKown,
Mcrcille McKown, William McKown,
William Neal, Kenneth Nelson, David
Pankdre, Marion Penn, Dale Petty,
Martha Schlots, Chester Taylor, Ber-
della Wickwire, Jean Yerby, Orville
R. E. Bickford, Supt., Rydene Amundsen,
James Arbagast, Margaret Boice, Donna
Callister, Jo Ann Courtright, Katherine
Craig, Joan Crouch, Elvessa, Crozier,
Donald Dean, Mary Edchoft, William
Foster, Eugene Geber, Dwight Jones,
Joseph Kendall, William.King, Bertha
Karth, David Dorth, Kenneth Krisher,
Mary Lqasley, Raymond Livingston, Andy
McCoy, Gene McCoy, Leland McDonald,
Ruth Plumer, Wilford Rimington, Mildred
Rushing, Robert Scholl, Richad Schrimp,
Martha Sheley, Barbara Shissler, Donald
Shoop, Mary Wagner, Ca'ol Weyhrich,
R. E. Bickford, Supt.p Sue Barkley,
Phyllis Bleichner, James Doubet, Cherles
Dunton, Winifred Duval, George Edwards,
Carl Ekena, Dolores Endres, Shirley
Gilman, Dale lreton, David Johnston,
Virgil Judd, William Keefer, Jacqueline
Korenowski, Fred McCoy, Harry McCoy,
Clifford Miles, Barbara Myers, Dale
Nelson, Halen Nickeson, Donald Pattorr
Mary Lou Rosecrans, Kenneth Sha1e
Donna Shissler, Ruth Super, Walter Taylor
R. E. Bickford, Supt.p Phyllis Aman,
Charles Atherton, James Dunn, Donna
Birclay, Geraldine Duval, Kenneth Bowen,
Donald Haahn Mary Driskell, Betty
Howard, Bill Gibbs, Charles Judd, Dick
Windish, Tom lreton, Carl Karth, Faye
Waechter, Emerick Korenowski, Marilyn
Jones, Ann Maher, Bill Rutterfield, Ray'
Maxwell, Phyllis McDonald, Russell
Sherlock, Bill McCoy, Arlene Shaw, Albert
Neal, Raymond Smith, Charles Nickeson,
R. E. Bicktord, Supt., Ruth Gilman,
Derald Haahn, Ruth Snyder, Richard
Meehm, Errol Brewer, Faye Boi ce,
James McCoy, Ja1e Meehm, Robert
Taylor, Evelyn Harwick, Shiela Shissler,
Howard Layman, Doris Dunn, Virgil Day,
Ruth Ann Hoyt, Margaret Geber, Richard
Duval, Matilda Wagner, Dale Crozier,
Minnie Purtle, Deloris Persak, Herb
Butterfield, Margery Haines, C. Dem
Murdock, Robert Schultz, Margaret Shoop,
Robert Hall, Betty McAlister, Harry
Bain, Donald Ekena, Ann Miles, Emest
Duvall, Patsy Hcxwick.
R. E. Bicktord, Supt., Joann Adans,
Ronald Aman, Ralph Bacher, Jack Bick-
iord, Helen Bridson, Jane Burrows, Steve
Camp, Jmet Clark, Amydell Clemonds,
Williun Doubet, Connie Foose, Warren
French, Albert Hacker, Betty Ruth Haines,
Kenneth Howard, Eugene Johnson, Joann
Johnston, William Keyser, Patsy Keefer,
Lawrence Keen, Wilma Keime, Marianne
Miller, Charles Neal, Marge Nelson,
Willard Parr, Mcrlys Robertson, Brim
Rodgers, Alan Rosecrans, Earl Rusch,
Berwyn Shane, Earl Sheley, Betty Sollen-
berger, Gene Wilson, Dume Yerby,
R. E. Bickford, Supt., Wayne Callister,
Shirley Gray, Janice Worley, Donnie
Meehm, Marilyn Austin, Joan Badter,
Charlene Bateman, Madelyn Bea-ner,
Hazel Emery, Mcry Emery, Ronald Fin-
frock, Dem Glenn, Barbcra Hahn, Donald
Howard, Clifford Kinnicutt, Robert Kore-
nowski, Regina Layman, Ruth McDonald,
Berwyn Meehm, Joanne Moravek, Peggy
Moravek, Mlgery Rosecrans, Betty
Rynearson, Jcnet Shissler, George Snider,
Mcl'ilyn Vm Sickle, Dorothy Wagner,
R. E'. Bicktord, Supt.p Betty Broadtield,
Joanne Camp, Rosemary Clinebell, Leon-
ard Colgan, Louis Colgan, Jack Craig,
Gene Daley, Gene Dembinski, Evelyn
Doubet, Neal Duval, Florence Edwards,
Ruby Eccles, Ralph Endres, Jacqueline
Ekena, Donald Goetz, Leonard Grove,
Richard Hacker, Imogene Harwick, Hope
Hartley, Carol Keehn, James Lewellyn,
Mary Maher, Shirley May, Betty McBeth,
Donald McCoy, Gerald McCoy, Barbara
Meehan, Lee Miles, Donna Morby, Eleanor
Nickeson, Duane Patton, Donald Phares,
Shirley Rodgers, Donald Schoenbein,
Loraine Slane, June Sollenberger, Carol
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