Elmwood Community High School - Ulmus Yearbook (Elmwood, IL)

 - Class of 1955

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Iv Indiana Univ. , M. S. Bradley University, B.S. 3 Social Studies Biology, Science ' Physical Education w'.u2:f:5:E1'P2zf:f1': J' E I JEAN C. RISEN , " C1-ARA E- MCC?-MTH .sat 'tf:'li:n:::sis:s':L-ssfz's9::rw.y::sw.ey:s:-szwsmi I11. State Normal Univ. Bradley' UFUVBFSIIY. B-5- Bradley Univ. l B. 5. ' aqfzmsz Home Economics Social Science s Commerce ' E ,..fff-'C M. E. HAMMAN westem State Teachers College, B. E. Mathematics GLADYS PROCTOR Music LOIS SILZER First Semester Girls' P.E. DEAN HOWARD Band BURDETTE SWANSON Univ. of Ill. , B.S. Agriculture MARIANNE FITZGERALD Ill. State Normal Univ. , B.S. Physical Education .... ...,..L.-.....-........ ..........l.---..... --.L ..ag.....ai Q X WD W vm wif' will W2 M6321 EQ, aff ggjfyw is 5? gy ,J STM gk '25 T6 Di7w0'W'M vw Si Gs "V . rv-W M - M wyjgymq wi Q E zwggm, Seniors PRESIDENT VICE- PRESIDENT SEC . - TREAS . Patricia Deanne Patterson James E. Lane Larry Lee Coon "Putt" "Jim" "Zip" I've caught a heavenly jewel. Good men are hard to find. Where'S my hossl Class Historq On August 21, l95l, 41 green freshmen started their first of four years at Elmwood Com- munity Hiih School. Our first class meeting was held in October, our class advisor being Miss Phyl 's Terry. We elected the following officers: Gene Endres, President: Deanne Patterson, Vice-Presidentg and Janice Rodgers, Secretary-Treasurer. In the fall of 1952, we were back as sophomores. Our class now numbered thirty-nine. The officers for this year were: Gene Endres, President: Larry Doubet, Vice-President: and Florence Wolschlag, Secretary-Treasurer. As we entered our junior year we also entered our new hi h school building. Our class now totaled thirty-five. Class officers elected were: Nancy lglahn, President, Bill Colgan, Vice-President, Larry Doubet, Secretary-Treasurer, and Dick Neal, Reporter. A new project of our class was the or anization of a school paper, "The Echo, " which we published once every six weeks, with Sue help of Mrs. Morse, advisor. Our junior Class play, "The Ruggles, ' was held November 20, which was a big success. In December, our class rings arrived. During March we started making plans for our junior-Senior Prom, which was April 30. We chose as our theme "Hawaiian Paradise." We are now looking forward to next year when we will be seniors. Officers for our Senior year were: Deanne Patterson, President, jim Lane, Vice-President: and Larry Coon, Secretary-Treasurer. Reporter was Sharon Hoffmann. Activities for this year included: "Steak Fry"-October 5, 1954, freshman initiation, October, Christmas dance, December 23. In january, a bobsled party at Sandra Coon's. When we were writing our essays for the Lorado Taft Essay contest we visited the Gales- burg Library on March 10. Mrs. Bickford and Mrs. Hart chaparoned. The Senior Class play was held March 25. The name of our play was "Buy Jupiter. " lt was a big success, even if a few things went wrong. The Alumni Banquet was held on April 9. The old graduates and the new ones got together and had a fine time. The big event for most of the senior girls who belong to FHA was the trip to St. Louis for the weekend, April 22-23. At the Sheraton hotel, we had a wonderful time. The junior-Senior Prom was beautiful, it too was a big success. The name of it was "Moonlight Gardens. " M V15 are now looking forward to Baccalaureate on May 22, and then to our Graduation on ay . Carol Kae Broadfield "Nursey" She's out to cure the world. Sandra Aileen Coon "Tippy-Toes" Love makes the world go 'round. Judith Alene Bain ..Judy.. Fair words never hurt anyone. Evaline Rose Cochran "Evie" Gentlemen always seem to remember blondes . Sandra Lee Clark "Clarky" Studying does not take all her time. Darlene Virginia Crowe "Coco" A young woman who blushes is better than one who turns pale . Kendra Sue Book "Kennie" Short and sweety she can't be beat. William F . Colgan NCCI.. It's just the Irish in me. tk: 7:52 , Qi X a-M W w fl W Roger LaVern Dunham ..Rog.. The Army needs big men! Leona Lenore Geeseman "Leona" Ask me a question? 'Qs' 'T I' .L Charles Lee Hitchcock "Casey" A gleam in his eye, A smile on his face. lim, . Richard L. Neal "Dick" Be it ever so handsome, There's no form like my own. Robert Lee Harkness "Isaac" A man and his dog. i RY joy Annette Keyser HJC.. Quiet, but Oh my! ,N . Sharon Noel Hoffmann "Sherrie" Variety is the spice of live . JG- David Page "Darl" Is that a woman I see on the far horizon. Nancy Lee Haynes "Short-Stuff" Small but sweet . I Eva Percilla Morby "Patsy" Full of pep and nonsense too, Does what she's not expected to . N x X .Xf 2' David H. Shindley "Spindley" Small and mighty. Judy Ileen Parker HJ d.. "Ahl Gee!" U Janice Bush Rodgers "Butch"- Never a dull moment Mary Louise Stambaugh "Deedle" I said needlel Class Qlahlc Will We, the members of the senior class of one thousand nine hundred and fifty-five, being of sound mind and firm body, having complete control of our faculties but realizing that the end is drawing near, declare all former wills void, and do afirm this to be our last will and testament. We Senior We sitter. We We We padded We the Senior class . the Senior the Senior the Senior the Senior shirts. the Senior class do class do class do class do class do class do Section I To The Faculty will will and bequeath to and bequeath to will will will and bequeath to and bequeath to and bequeath to will and bequeath to Miss Risen a more understanding Mr. Hammond a permanent baby Mrs. McCraith six secretaries. Mr. Cady five healthy armadillos. Mr. Bickford a dozen more pink Mr. Schaff a more talkative Sociology class since we've been so quiet all ye We the Senior class do will and bequeath to Mrs. Hart a fifty year supply of wood for her fire place. We the Senior class do will and bequeath to Mrs. Monroe a more behaved group of seniors for her study hall. af. Section ll I, Judy Bain, do will and bequeath my long fingernails to Jean Davis . I, Kendra Book, do will and bequeath my quiet ways to Mary Colgan. Carol Broadfield, do will and bequeath my dangling earrings to Sandra Pillman. I, I, Sandra Clark, do will and bequeath my scholastic rating to Bob Hayes. I, Evelina Chochran, do will and bequeath a five gallon can of gas to Judy Purcell in case Dale's car stalls . I, William Colgan, do will and bequeath my variety of girl friends to Edward Cosby. I, Larry Coon, do will and bequeath my guitar to Maurice Stambaugh. I, Sandra Coon, do will and bequeath my dancing abilities to Ethel Beard. I, Darlene Crowe, do will and bequeath my daily letters to Betty Largent. I, Bonnie Dawson, do will and bequeath my walk to Carol Smith. I, Larry Doubet, leave my gift of gab to Jim Groeper. I, Rodger Dunham, do will and bequeath my ability to argue to Pat McIntyre . I, Gene Endres, do will and bequeath my track ability to Jerry Blankenship. I, Jack Enfield, do will and bequeath my long legs to Gene Gilman. I, James Forney, do will and bequeath my position as center on the Ag basketball team to Frank Harkness . I, Leona Geeseman, leave my extra height to Janice Mercer. I, Nancy Hahn, would leave my "yes, buts" to the teachers but after listening to them for the past four years I've been asked to take them with me. I, Robert Harkness, do will and bequeath my coon dogs to Fred Miller. I, Nancy Hayes, do will and bequeath David to anyone who thinks that she can get along with him without fighting. I, Charles Hitchcock, do will and bequeath my ability to argue with Miss Risen to Noel Meyers . I, Sharon Hoffmann, do will and bequeath my ability to get a man and keep him to Marilyn Cochran. I, Jim Lane, do will and bequeath my job at the theater to anyone who needs the money. I, Patsy Morby, do will and bequeath my jovial ways to Mary Ellen George. I, Dick Neal, do will and bequeath my way with the girls to Frankie Keefer. I, David Page, do will and bequeath my toni to Donna Swindler. I, Judy Parker, leave my athletic talent to Eileen Wagner. I, Deanne Patterson, do will and bequeath my driveway parking spot to my brother Sonny. I, Janice Rodgers, do will and bequeath my giggle to Rowena Geeseman. I, David Shindley, do will and bequeath my typing ability to Sally George . I, Mary Stambaugh, do will and bequeath my mean brothers to anyone who wants them. We, the senior class of nineteen hundred and fifty-five do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. Any signs of sanity are purely coincidental. Witnesses: President Class of '55 Vice-President Class of '55 Secretary-Treasurer Class of '55 Senior Baby 1 Qui" ,ni-1 Pictures Ji k 7691 q ""' T5 Elggmwiwixwgff, - , Q 12 See Page 62 3 ,wh Of' ' 3 gf' si- 9 20 24 See Page 62 Prophecy Good evening ladies and gentlemen! This is station ECHS-TV operating on 1955 kiloclycles from the Palace Theatre in Ehnwood, Illinois. This program is brought to you through t e courtesy of Endre's Trucking Company, headquarters located on the th floor of the grain elevator in Edwards. For speed call Gene. Now back to our telecast. Tonight we bring you the world premier of the new western hit, 'The Cowboy and His Guitar, " starring Larry Coon, better known to you in this area as "Zip. " The premier has been scheduled for Elmwood High School. Our TV cameras are placed on either side of the grand marque. The streets of this small town are simply mobbed with cars and people from near and far. The towns- people have certainly fixed this little town up so that it would look like a miniature Broadway. As time grows near for the star of the eveninlg to appear, Zip's old class-mates begin to arrive. Per aps you would like to meet some of is former friends. First, I think we should introduce our Master of Ceremonies who is Mr. Richard Neal. Dick is now president of the D and N Chain Super Markets. Dick and his wife and two children were in town this weikend and Dick said he would be glad to be the MC on our TV broadcast tonight. Take it away, Dic I Good evening ladies and gentlemen! Here comes Mr. and Mrs. Larry Doubet. Mrs. Doubet is the former Evalina Cochran. They are celebrating their ninth anniversary today. Mr. and Mrs. Doubet are living on a farm near Hanna City. Now, driving up in this new 1965 black Buick convertible, is David Shindly, who is now head coach at Bradley University. The Braves have just finished an undefeated season as you can readily tell by the smile on David's face. Now we will transfer to Camera B at the West entrance of the theater where Mrs. james Nixon, the former Sandra Coon, will continue. Sandra and jim now live in a new home on Lake Braken. Sandra gets full benefit out of the basement where she teaches dancing lessons. One of her pupils is the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stalter. Mrs. Stalter is the former Deanne Patterson, who was the president of the class their senior year. Take it away, Sandy! Thanks Dick! Good evening everyone! The people are beginning to file in this entrance. I see some familiar faces, and some that are not so familiar. Entering now is James Forney, who is head of the State Soil Conservation. jim stopped here enroute to New York City for a Conservation Convention. Behind him is Miss Judy Bain, who is part of the great team of Keyser and Bain, psychologists at Mayo Clinic. judy brings joy's regards as one of them had to keep the hospital runnintg. Now entering is Mr. Enfield. Jack, according to last week's LOOK is in the midst o develop- ing a new iet propelled car to be called the Hiney-Mobile. Good luck, jack! Now I' l turn the microphone back to the MC at the front entrance. Thank you Sandra and now for a few words from our sponsor to whom we are grateful for making this telecast possible. Is your car run-down? Is there a familiar knock in your motor? You need a new car? Trade in that old Ford Fairline and get a new Ford Hitchcock! Everything is automatic! Since Mr. Hitchcock married into the Ford family five years ago, cars have een bigger, better, and faster than thought believable. For that new Ford go to Hitc!r:ock's Downtown Ford Company across from the fire house. Now back to Dick at the front entrance! Thank you, jim! As some of you probably know, Mr. Lane is the head mechanical engineer of U. S. Steel. Em and his family are here contemplating the building and construction of a toll bridge over Kic apoo Creek. Entering now is Miss Darlene Crowe who is head cook of the Pere Marquette Hotele in Peoria. She has been head cook for over seven years, getting her start in the cafeteria at Caterpillar. Behind Darlene is Nancy Hayes who just landed at the Elmwood Airport. Nancy was steward- ess on the plane which brought Mr. Coon and the cast of the movie here for the premier. Now we'll go to the east entrance where Sandra Clark is at Camera C. Sandy is here on leave of absence from her duties in the radar towers at LaGuardia Airport of New York City. OK, Sandy-- it's all yours! Thank you, Dick. Before we meet some of the people coming into the entrance here l'd like to tell you that I received a telegram from Lanice Rodgers who sends her regards. It was impos- sible for her to be here as she is somew ere over the Pacific Ocean enroute to China. She is the stewardess of American Airline plane--the Flybird. Entering now is Miss Nancy Hahn who has just returned from a four year stay in the jungles of South Africa. Nancy has been acting as teacher and missionary to the natives of this region. She leaves for Alaska after a rest here at home with her family and friends. She intends to teach the Eskimos the art of homemaking and nursing as she did the tribes of South Africa. Notice the fur cape that Nancy is wearing. It is probably from one of the animals she killed in self defense. Also notice the alligator shoes and handbag. Driving up now are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harkness and their family from Wyoming. Bob and his wife left Illinois shortly after graduation ten years ago and now own a very prosperous farm near Laramie. It was on Bob's land that the movie which you are about to see was filmed. Running up to the door now, evidently afraid she'll be late, is another former classmate, Miss Leona Geeseman. Leona now teaches the first grade at the Elmwood Grade School. Leona may be rigjht--gms is drawing nearer for the premier and so I shall send you back to the front entrance an to ic I Thank you for your interviewing. As Sandy said time is growning near for the premier of the season to begin. Before we car? on though, I'd like to read you a telegram from another former classmate w o found it impossib e to be here with us. "Good luck, Larry! Remember the times we had at good old ECHS. David Page. " Dave sent this from Cairo, Egypt, where he is located with the Standard Oil Co. I have been getting a signal from Camera B at the east entrance. Have you some more interesting people for us to meet, Sandy? Yes, I do Dick. People are filing in here very fast now since time for the curtain is so near. Right here at my elbow is the Former Kendra Book, now the Mrs. Lee Snider, Kenny and her husband flew in from San Diego on the plane with the cast of the movie. Kennie at the present is engaged in being a sailor's wife. Now back to Dick! Thank you Sandy. There seems to be a great deal of commotion over around Sandra C1ark's mike. Sandy, has Larry showed up? Not yet, Dick, but we do have quite a little bit of excitement. The great pitcher of the Dieselletts is now attempting to make her way up to the door. She is being beseiged by some of her fans. Incidently, we are very proud of this lady, she graduated with us 10 years ago, name of Ludy Parker. Ok, Dick, Judy made it inside the theater, we can go inside now. Than you again. The five minute curtain call has just now been sounded so we'll now go into the theater. We're now going down the center aisle--over to the right is seated Mr. Roger Dun- ham, author of the book rom which this movie has been made. Sitting in row seven on the left aisle is Miss Sharon Hoffmann, another classmate of the star of the evening, who designed the costumes and the settings for this movie. We 'd like to stop and chat to her but time is growing short. The beautiful bouquets of flowers around the theater and on the stage were donated by Morby's Flower Shop in Hanna City. Patsy has been running this shop for 5 years and is known over the state for her Morby Magnolias. The house lights have dimmed three times--there are now three minutes until curtain time. I see celebrities seated around in the crowd, to the right is Betty Gabor, to her left is Gary Peck, behind Mr. Peck is the prominent farmer William Colgan, who put the capital backing into this movie. Seated beside Bill is Miss Bonnie Dawson, who now runs the CILJCO in Peoria. Ten years ago Bonnie started at the CILCO as a bookkeeper, which shows you that it is possible to climb to the top of the ladder. We're sorry you can 't join us for the rest of the evening, but do tear yourselves away from your TV sets tomorrow night and come see the movie. The lights are going down, the curtain is rising, and the premier has begun. fx J Q 4 2-- .3 9 J NCQ,fff'5 yuqfgg Junior Class .i K i H Q President C' an Vice-President Secretary ' ay 0 ' ne. D. Butterfield ig . .3 Q -1' , .3 -... X ,. -VQ-. V Q... :.A.A .., cz S+' . I . -Q' .9 -5' 2 "L V Fifi? 1... 'L .3 Q ' - .1 . , 'IJ' yt- I .K i " . v A W .e .-,- K I. i ,, , , . . mi is 1 . 'af Q ef! Q A A ' iuflk. A' 2' 72 . V. Archibald L. Cox G. Gilman D. Hauk P, K1-gtzer J- Moody YH. Sherlock A, Sgegr - ,. ,Q I, . ' Z 'K J -v sp gi 4 'S X Fo: ' ,7- , , - ff 4 s Li'-'fi '1-"yt i R- 1' of ' i os, it i H, 1-I 4, ,W - X L ' .fr .. . if X f 2 - E. Beard R. Cox B. Haines A- 101125 T- MC1ntY1'0 M. Persak B. Shissler S. Walker of? p ,, , 6 Ji 'V ey I Hifi :'v" " Liv . , i 'ay B055 -ff 1 1 ' .lcv Af, VF . ,X V lo. W , ,Q M K X L. . .. ..,, , Q X 4 Aw Q, ' 3 t it Q, X I M 1 . , so X me p D N- . L, Boyer J. Davis C. Howard S. jones J. McGuire D. Rodgers S. Sloan G. Whitney ar ' U .F 9' yr , N Us V -y t .tp T I mlb 4 kc M M .x 1. 5 h V. T X' A 1 ,.'?--Af. Czgifv 1 eil " ' If' Rafi. to . 1 I P. Broadfield B. Duggins B. Howard J. Kilpatrick D. McBeth P. Simpson B. Snider D. Whitmore A vw I t , 'H . .. . I S pp 1 , 1 1 or . Q- ., Q fc- . of -nr "" "-9 ' 4 , EQ wb 5' A' .a " ,.: A av " -J - wwf " . M' ' ,far " 4' :I P' . K I , I '71 .xx ,J ' K' lf? w 'A - ' , . .. - s ' ' , . 1 ' S e + . ae, r 'B f '- I X of .as t at f - if of f 1 ff' , 9 t ' .,, ' se ' j f ' :if--Y . ,kg gli, P. Chambers G. Eccles s. Harding B. iqeiienberg J. Martin D. Mercer C, Stgmbgugh D. Worley Q .. Y ' On a fair day in Seigember of 1952, fifty-four green freshmen e 4. meekly stared at the c ssrooms they would occupy for the next fa " f 'W four years. At the first class meeting Mack Street was elected -9 ji 2 President: Ada jones, Vice-Presidentg and Bernard Snider, Secretary- " "" Treasurer. V4 , ,f ' The class began its sophomore year on August 31, 1953, with 'ii '1 - ' fifty-three students. The officers were: George Whitney, President: D , 1 1 Dick Eccles, Vice-Presidentg Carla Haines, Secretary-Treasurer: M. Colgan S. Phares and Diane Butterfield, Reporter. This year the biology class took an interesting trip to Chicago in May. The junior year began on September 2, 1954 with forty-seven students. Elected this year were: Karl Taylor, Presidentg Carla , gg I ., Haines, Vice-President, Diane Butterfield, Secretary-Treasurer: V5 4, , and Vonda Archibald, Reporter. ef "1 " 'fi Q Q f- - A1 J J. Cox S. George Sophowlores ' I ' PM aww T E fs,.,ief8N0l aww S 1 .. 1 was 1 H A LU S f N ww as A , X I N-W1 e M M U N 1 7 W WM x A Y I nm' i i .af ks me U lla ll n,gn FIRST ROW, left to right: Violet Lewis, Rowena Geeseman, Paulene Crowe, Marilyn Cochran, Judy Davis, Mary Pettow, janet Faubel, Carol Smith, Bob Hayes, Fred Miller, Vernon Broadfield, Ronnie Coon, jerry Blankenship, Bill Andrews, Ronnie Brooks, Everett Cape, Larry Proctor, Larry McCoy, Sonny Patterson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Kell, Betty Largent, Celia Cowley, Linda Parker, Mary Vance, Karen Kleen, Patty Dunn, Doug Coulter, William Robinson, Richard Coon, Floyd Dunham, Larry Page, Stewart Lewis, Frank Harkness, Bob Groeper, Frankie Keefer. THIRD ROW: Virginia Ekena, Kay Howell, Sharon Ekena, janet Harlan, Joyce Webber, Judy Purcell, Katherine Maclntyre, Edward Cosby, Malcolm Bollinger, Claude Spell- man, Bill Travers, jim Strappe, Maurice Stambaugh, Gerald Eccles, Noel Myers, Dale Patton, john Wilson. OFFICERS Co-presidents ---- Karen Kleen Richard Coon Secretary-Treasurer - Judy Purcell Reporter -------- Carol Smith November I0 the sophomores had an all-school party, refreshments were served, a program was given and everyone had lots of fun. The main way of making money was a coat-check business at the basketball games. ln january about thirty sophomores held a free-for-all party that ended with sled riding. Hot chocolate and cookies were served to all. The sophomore biology class held a bakesale to raise money for an armadillo. The armadil o died and as a result the class has money to donate to the "56" junior class. The biology class also took an all day trip to Chicago to the Field Museum and Brookfiled Zoo on May 7, 1955. Mr. Cady sponsored the trip, and Bob Cox drove the bus. Everyone enjoyed themselves. X gs fxlf I x 1, I 'Q W 1" ' 7 -59' ' e . .M ' I f Qi 'f X' '- 4, xg f 1 "- ff - lla In " ,ilu ,A rl ' if ' W . L wb: , JN! N Xxfx N Freshmen L V959 S0 ilAUNi1'Y tm is as as Q 9' 97:-QQ . SQ FRONT ROW: Letitia Steer, Jackie Martin, Patty Patterson, Nancy Glenn, Patty Boyce, Maxine Rabinson, Janice Mercer, Eileen Wagner, Mary Ann Emry, Mary Alice Bourgoin, Phyllis Coykendoll, Sandra Toley, Sandra Pillman, Tyronne Henderson, Terry Ryan, Pat McKintyre, Bill Dawson, James Sherlock. SECOND ROW: Mary Ruth Dikeman, Donna Swindler, Gloria Swanson, Mary Ellen George, Judy McCoy, Judy Lair, Marilyn Schwartz, Judy Duggins, Kate Bain, Evelyn Broadfield, Jackie Miles, Sandra Fincham, Kay Windish, Barbara Harris, Bruce Howard, Randall Robinson, Gerold Snider. THIRD ROW: Vernon Hauk, Jim Fruit, Jimmy Dawson, Jack Trowbridge, Wayne Dalton, Phillip Simpson, Glenn Moody, Dick Whitney, Tom Jones, Henry Lowrence, Charles Champman, Lester Endres, Jack Jordan, Duane Runyon, Herlad David, Ronald Sollenberger, Donald Hogne, Elton Gravitt, Jim Groper. 15 'x - ,- J: JN- ,T gi, X, kv gg 'Sl f K 4 , 1 , Q is I 'g A ' In September of 1953, fifty-four green freshmen started their years at the school in which they will occupy for the next three years. Officers were Tom Jones, President: Jackie Miles, Vice-President: Letitia Steer, Secretary: Jim Fruit, Treasurer: Eileen Wagner, Reporter. Athletics JAY SCHAF F COACH ROLLAND CADY COACH ""'RK af, ,z, 'Q-lf? Basketball FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Harding, D. Shindley, G. Whitney, S. Jones, S, Patterson, P. Kratzer. SECOND ROW: D. Rodgers, B. Shissler, D. MacBeth, L. Cox, B. Haines, R. Coon, This year's record for the l954-55 basketball season consisted of sixteen wins and nine losses, including tournament play. The team participated in three tourna ments. One on their home floor, in which we placed third, one at Princeville, and the regionals at Canton. We are very proud of our team which copped the co-championship with Walnut Next year, the team is looking forward to winning the Blackhawk Conference Champion ship, for there are six of the seven lettermen returning. The only graduating letter man is David Shindley, who is a three year letterman. Qniwood Opponent Elmwood 65 Brinfield 50 58 46 Farmington 53 69 59 Yates City 42 66 73 Wyoming 66 58 63 Glava 53 63 58 Wethersfield 61 72 59 Yates City 47 60 53 Walnut 59 48 Bradford 47 69 62 Princeville 52 66 68 Toulon 56 47 60 Wyoming 63 59 49 Brimfield 35 51 Opponent Wethe rsfield Galva Walnut Princeville Bradford Glasfo rd Toulon Tournament Somonauk Dunlap Wethersfield VIT Canton J '+ I Z- IUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW: T. Jones, I. Jordon, I. Blankenship, D. Whitney. SECOND ROW: D. Coulter, M. Bollinger, R. Coon, R. Sollenberger. Basketball Our Boys Sonny Patterson Sam Jones George Whitney Phil Kratzer David Shindley Richard Coon Larry Cox Danny Mc8eth Bob Shissler David Rodgers Blair Haines Steve Harding Magi... . - ... 1. - -+g.-...4L -4-.-.:--. . - --- .nun-A-.a.. ,-gg' Football .fu xv . . t W wr . X M 'W 'f xg vv b-Z M151 YES ' img, 4 .Ja 'U ' 1 ' ' FIRST ROW: Gerald Eccles, Harry Sherlock, Henry Lawrence, Jim LaFollet, Gerald Snyder, Bill Traver, Claude Spellman, Edward Crosby, Jim Martin, Dick Whitney, Lester Endres. SECOND ROW: Ronald Coon, Larry McCoy, Jack Ledger, Gene Endres, Dick Neal, Charles Hitchcock, Larry Boyer, George Whitney, Bill Colgan, Tom Mclntyre, Duane Runyon. THIR.D ROW: Dale Patton, Bob Shissler, jack jordan, Danny McBeth, Steve Harding, Noel Myers, Richard Coon, Vernon Broadfield, Malcom Bolinger, jim Fruit. 3 The Elmwood Football Homecoming was held November 5, 1954. The team played Bradford for our last home cgame of the season. After the game the seniors sponsored a dance in the gym. At ll: 0, Mr. Schaff crowned Deanne Patterson Queen, and Gene Endres Kin . There attendants were: lst Sharon Hoffmann and Dick Nealg 2nd Nancy Hahn and Bill Colgan, 3rd Judy Bain and jim Forney. A huge crowd was present to enjoy the music of Woodie Wor1ey's Orchestra. Williamsfield Toulon ------ Wyoming ----- Weathersfield Galva ------- Princeville ---- Walnut - - - Bradford - - Metamora ---- - I e. f K ' RECORD 0 Elmwood ---- 26 39 Elmwood - - - 0 26 Elmwood - - - 0 31 Elmwood - - - 0 29 Elmwood - - - 0 33 Elmwood - - - 0 42 Elmwood - - - 7 44 Elmwood - - - 0 45 Elmwood - - - 0 u SEASON'S RECORD Starting off the season with a ban , the Trojans defeated Williamsfield 26 to? on their field. The graduating lettermen are: Gene Endres, Bill Colgan, jim Forney, Dick Neal. Returningflettermen are: Danny McBeth, Vernon Broa ield, George Whitney, Noel Myers, Bob Shissler, Jack jordan, Steve Harding, Gerald Patterson, Malcom Bolinger, Rim Fruit, Philip Kratzer, Dick Eccles, Tom clntyre, Richard Coon. Manager: Delmar Hauk and Douglas Coulter. Track Squad . W. awww f fs.was--f.,..,-A ,, , -w.,,awm.,. ,, , Q STANDING: Vernon Broadfield, Tom Mclntyre, Gerald Davis, Edward Cosby, Claude Spellman, James Fruit, Richard Coon, jim Lane, Philip Kratzer, Jerry Blankenship, Malcolm Bollinger, Noel Myers. IN FRONT are Managers: Gene Gelman, Tom jones. This year the team did fairly well in the events. They had two small meets with Farmington and Knoxvilleg the biggest meets being at the Galva Relays, April 21 at Galva, and the Blackhawk Conference track meet also at Galva on May 10. At the relays Endres got third in the 880 and Kratzer placed fifth in the pole vault. At the Blackhawk Endres got second in the 880, Kratzer fifth in the pole vault, Lane fifth in high hurdles, and Bollinger fifth in discus. Lane and Endres were the on y returning lettermen. Baseball FIRST ROW, left to right: Mgr. Tom Jones, Steve Harding, Danny MacBeth, Larry McCoy, Doulas Coulter, Mgr. Charles Chapman. SECOND ROW: Larry Cox, Sonny Patterson, Jack Jordan, Delmar Hawk, Johnny Cox, Harry Sherlock, Dick Eccles, Jerry Blankenship. 6 , s lx fl! I C. ' 1 .1--If BASEBALL SCORES Ogmnents Elmwood Farmington 10 Yates City 3 Williamsfield 3 Brimfield 6 Yates City 9 Brimfield 9 Princeville 10 9 District ' Dunlap 14 6 - 5 1 9 Q' all 1 2 ll 1. W - W X V I li 5 x., f N-' Cheerleaders ,"f'fm' - 1 ,- . ry' Q' FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS Nancy Hahn Jamce Rodgers, Sandra Coon Ap 4 S X BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Pat Dunn, Mary Ellen Colgan, Vernon Broadfield. ...M ,Vg Q x " ' C K-we-"Cm?'s X . y is X Q z vc I won, X 1 Q. 1 3 ' f . A ,NA ,W X ,:LFgg,,,,.f- Qmw , 'rf . 1 A J.. WJ' M A A X A mil' E N- I 'N ' V , 1 J v. V ' 5-Lvfpf .,., m ' Q - H, v fi iv ,QA ' gi-rg: .' . 3 3 , . ' I 4 r" N ' - . v ,l . ' ' ' '.t'o x 1 kk ix gy it J . W 1 V ' O U.. , at ,. .O D Q Q.., - 4. , 'TTQ ""' '. -2' - "-..- A, - -ma.. Q . , o ,a s g' 0 ,, ,,1 --Q 35 g 1 ,. Q. 5 'W ,E 'r- Q 3, L- 3 .0,,. .: ig A " . , 1 - ' S. "" ,. "W xsiw .. gwwvi Q Q , a -we , 1 55.1 'fi K Q-Q Q t' W X Y' 13 fi .A.A. M U v in -5215 14 X rv ..-J..w-J FIRST ROW, left to right: Letitia Steer, Nancy Glenn, Mary Dikeman, Celia Cowley, Janet llarlen, Virginia Ekena, Jackie Martin, Patty Boiee, Mary Emery, Mary Alice Bourgoin, Sandra Pillman, Ethel Beard, Darlene Crowe, Nancy Hayes, Carla Haines, Diane Butterfield. SECOND ROW: Judy Davis, Janet Faubel, Sandra Phares, Linda Parker, Pauline Crowe, Sharon Hoffmann, Marilyn Cochran, Barbara Kell, Judy McCoy, Evelyn Broadfield, Jackie Miles, Sandra Fincham, Barbara Harris, Nancy Hahn, Sandra Coon. THIRD ROW: Judy Purcell, Joyce Webber, Carold Broadfield, Mary Stambough, Mary Etta Pettow, Kay Howell, Sharon Ekena, Jean Davis, Peggy Broadfield, Ada Jones, Carol Smith, Karen Kleen, Mary Vance, Sharon Sloan, Pat Dunn, Mary Colgan. The Elmwood G.A.A. was active this year under the supervision of Mrs . Lois Silzer and Miss Marianne Fitzgerald. Play Days were attended in October and April, and the President, Secretary, and a representative attended a Workshop at Canton in the fall. january 31 a party was held to honor Mrs. Silzer, who then left as our advisor, and Miss Fitzgerald, our new advisor. The organization sponsored a movie in the spring to help pay for the many awards earned by the girls this year. The awards were presented and new officers elected May 17 at a picnic at West Park. We are looking forward to a very active year! -.5 President - - - - - - Nancy Hahn Vice President Margaret White xl x J f Secretary - - - ---- Ada Jones 0 ?' Reporter Carol Smith Advisors Miss Marianne Fitzgerald Mrs Lois Silzer .1 4' . . ,nh Law. .IIA U I Af . , . m u . ,353 rx I' 'g f 'Q Treasurer- - - - ---- Pat Dunn LWLI Y- I 275 . jj'?"'i' . Ev .lik . l 1 JK-V ' FIRST ROW: D, Swindler, M. Dikeman K Wmdish, N. Glenn, P. Patterson. SECOND ROW: L. Steer, M. Stambaugh, J David G. Swanson. THIRD ROW: I Martin, L, Parker, C. Smith, M. Glee Club FESTIVAL GROUP FIRST ROW: E. Beard, D. Whitmore, P. Simpson, D. Whitney, I. Jordon, D. Runyon, C. Chapman, H. Lawrence, J. Kilpatrick. SECOND ROW: M. Persack, P. Simpson, K. Windish, S. Hoffmann, N. Hayes, D. Patterson, S. Clark, N. Hahn, I. Rodgers, S. Coon, P. Chambers THIRD ROW: K. Taylor, L. Boyer, B. Haines, J. Lane, L. Cox, D, Neal, D. Butterfield, K. Kleen, P. Dunn, M. Colgan. it l I . The Elmwood High School chorus kept quite busy this year attending the annual Blackhawk Festival at Princeville in March and singing for various organizations . Also the chorus enjoyed singing a few numbers at the Band Concert held May 15, 1955 in the high school gymnasium . The chorus has had a very successful year under the capable direction of Miss Gladys Proctor. I-Iere's to a successful year in 1956! : 'H II CHORUS pr-an as ,.+, F. H.A. President ---- Vice-President- - Secretary - - - Treasurer ---- Parliamentarian - Historian ---- Recreation Chairman ---- Public Relations Chairman- - Projects Chairman Song Leader - - - Judy Bain - - Linda Parker - - - - Pat Dunn - - - - - Sandra Coon Diane Butterfield Mary Vance - -Mary Stambaugh - - Deanne Patterson Jackie Kilpatrick Karen Kleen I w Advisor ---------- - - - Mrs, Clara McCraith "N Chapter Mother gc Father - - - - MF- 36 MTS- Edward Hahn X H Chapter Sister Dorothy Dunn Melville I 5 A ng 4 f u A , . . f September Installation of Officers 4, O 'i t House of Delegates Meeting :V , rl October Sponsored Topsy Turvey Dance gtg x ..5 Bake Sale fz?, ?' Beginning of FHA week zigisiffgzll gil, UH , December Sent dolls to Neighborhood House 'f-I lifltiti if FHA, FFA Christmas Party 1 February Sweetheart Dance March Spring Rally in Canton April Daddy Date Night 22- Senior FHA girls trip to St. Louis May Style Show FRESHMEN -SOPHOMORE FIRST ROWg V. Ekena, I. Purcell, M, Dikeman, N. Glenn, M. Emery, P. Boice, M. Bourgoin, P. Patterson, K. Windish, S, Pillman, M. Cochran, P. Koykendall, S. Foley, E. Broadfield, K. Bain, J. McCoy, SECOND ROW: M. Pettow, J, Faubel, B. Kell, V. Lewis, B. Largent, S. Fincham, I. Miles. J. Duggins, M. Swartz, K. McIntyre, I. Davis, R. Geesenian, P, Crowe, B. Harris, S. Ekena, K. Howe. THIRD ROW: E. Wagner, L. Steer, L. Parker, I. Harlan, I. Lair, J. Webber, M. Robinson, G. Swanson, C. Smith, M. Vance, P. Dunn, K. Kleen, C. Cowley J. Martin. Formal Initiation and Installation IUNIORS -SENIORS FIRST ROW: S. Coon, M. Stambough E Beard, K. Book, S. Hoffmann, I. Bain, N Hayes, D. Crowe, P. Morby. SECOND ROW: N. Hahn, I. Rodgers, C. Broadfield P. Broadfield, E. Cochran, I. Keyser C Haines, A, Jones, I. Kilpatrick, THIRD ROW: D, Patterson, S. Clark, L. Geese man, J. Davis, P. Chambers, M. Colgan S. Phares, B. Butterfield, S. Sloan. t s. E ' f'i.."T ai, '14, f. F. H. A. Sweetheart Dance Alba ,F 4 Mg 1vv'1-XX v X xQ1' DANCE-DANCE-DANCE S INTL-:RM1ss1oN Saturday, February 12, was the date of the FHA Formal Sweetheart Dance held in the Elmwood High School Gymnasium. The gym was appropriately decorated in keeping with the Valentine tradition Music was supplied by Marie Webber's orchestra. At 11:00 p. m. the queen was crowned. Preceding her in the procession to the throne were her attendants Letitia Steer and Nancy Hayes. Doing the honor of crowning was Mr. Bickford who placed the crown of white mums on Queen Nancy Hahn's head. The cfueen and her escort then led the next dance. Dancing continued unti midnight. f , 1 . W 1 ' ' v i?" Y I x .X x . ff Zffil , , f l ' 40 X F.F.A. UHNQ9 COMMUNITY fa FIRST ROW, left to right: jim Forney, William Robertson, Carol Stambaugh, Steve Harding, Larry Page, james Groeper, Randall Robinson, Ronald Sollenberger, Bruce Howard, Frank Keefer, Robert Groeper, Frank Harkness . SECOND ROW: David Page, Larry Doubet, Bill Colgan, Malcolm Bollinger, Maurice Stambaugh, Dale Patton, Larry McCoy, Tom Kilpatrick, Bill Andrews, Pat McIntyre, Bill Dawson, Tom Mclntyre. THIRD ROW: Larry Coon, Gene Endres, Phil Kratzer, Delmar Hawk, Roger Dunham, Claude Spellman, Edward Cosby, jim Strappe, Gerald Davis, Donald Houge, Bill Travers, Lester Endres. ,- September l0 Election of FFA Officers 16 Officer's School at Henry 26 Meat judging at Peoria OFFICERS 29 Soil judging at Toulon , November 15 Sold FFA corn from lot PFeS1dem . """""' ,GWB Endres December 2-3 Trip to International V1Ce'P1'CS1dGUf ' ' Ph1111P Kfafzef 4 Chicken Judging Secretary - - - - - Larry Coon 8 Pest Extermination contest for Treasurer- ' ' ' UUFY Douber two weeks' Reporter - - - Sonny Patterson 17 FHA S1 FFA Christmas Party Seflflnal ' ' ' ' ' Laffy MCCOY March 4 FFA Skating Party April 20 FFA Parent 81 Son Banquet Wg u at I 'I ' 'K KT " bm fp is VL R ...vs v si, Kitts.: - 1' Q l' 1 ri,.gi1ff:1' - - 'i- 49 2 ia- Ba nd Q, W K I t : in A nf- .-,Q .A V K, 1 Z. f.a,,M K . l .7 x X G. N' M 1 f' X N I .FQI 'fs I K1 l, Ny 45 fu ." 6 my a i f N R- I XA. 2 Q, Officers for this year were Douglas Coulter, Presidentg Evelina Cochran, Vice Presidentg Duane Runyon, Secretary-Treasurerg and jackie Martin, Librarian. The band has played for all the home basketball and football games and led the parade through town for the homecoming festivities . Money raising funds for this year were as follows: Sponsoring square and round dancing Selling fudge at basketball games Selling food at football games April 19 the band participated in a Band Festival held at Wethersfield. The Band Association bought all the members orange shirts to wear with their black slacks during the basketball season. Fha! r IX ' Sv' I Snapshots Chow Line Good Queen Bess Life of Riley jill Maul- A E. C. H. 5. Marine Band I Mrs. McCraith's GOOD Gir1s'?'?'? Hearty Farmer Shovelin' It In. ,,,,,...-I ,Q Our Faithful Teachers Cl3SSl'O0m Order7?7 Snapshots INNOCENTTZT RAH! RAHI What a Life! ,, is-gp . ' 3- 4 5 - 1 lf' K t ,ngpf gg 514 1 Q I Happy faces- Happy times at L it Q it k Rift? i 'B I said my pajamas Who done it? Watch closely, now is P -tl. 5 Y Q if if 13?-tg Q Did ya lose somethin' A , . 1 KA 8 .E I as u se fps' .....q.. p i ' f-vi yr- 1v'V."Er'fA35' , 5 Q ,l x tt' .NV XQ5 X If ' -- ' - gb ' 3 "Eat Hearty, Girls" V Il Latest Fashions Dish Pan Hands We 7, Dance with me Henry "Our Queen and her attendants" "Some Elmwood Cats" 1-,901 I moms BELL PANTFERS oven FIRST PLACE ..... SOPHOMORE SECOND PLACE ..... JUNIOR THIRD PLACE. . . . .SENIOR QUEENS CAR Homecoming Festivities for this year's Homecoming got under way Thursday, November 3, with a chilli supper served in the school cafeteria by the Senior Class. Immediately following the supper, a stunt show was held in the gym, which was open to the public. Larry Coon acted as Master of Ceremonies and also played a few selections on his guitar. The program consisted of skits portrayed by each class as to their idea of how the game would turn out. There was also a surprise skit put on by some students who mimicked the teachers at a ball game. Friday was the big day and found most all of the students putting the finishing touches on their floats. The parade began at 2:30 and started from the school. There was a good crowd gathered at spots along the way to see the high-stepping majorettes, the loud- playing band, the brightly decorated floats, and the shiny queen's convertable. The floats then came back to the school and were lined up to be put on exhibition for the game. The cheerleaders led a large group in a roaring pep rally which showed the boys we were behind them all the way. The game seemed to be over before it had actually begun, and Elmwood found itself on the bottom end of the score. Bradford had decided that homecoming or not we were not going to win the game. Even the loss of the game didn't damper the spirits of the crowd which attended the dance in the gym. The gym was decorated in appropriate orange and black and with footballs. Woodie and his orchestra furnished the dance music which everyone enjoyed. 55" stnuooo szus up WAITING! BURY 'EM ALIVE! -Q" STUNT NIGHT ALL we NEED's A DUST PAN! At 11 o'c1ock the royal procession becgan. Leading were the third attendants, Judy Bain and Jim Forneyg then the secon attendants, Nancy Hahn and Bill Colgan, followed by the first attendants, Sharon Hollmann and Richard Neal. The crown bearers and the flower girl, Cheryle, joe, and Donnie MacCraith, immediately preceded ueen Deanne Patterson and King Gene Endres. Coach ay Schaff did the honors of crowning the royal couple. At midnight the band played the strains of 'Goodnight Sweetheart, " and the 1954 Homecoming festivities were brought to a close. Senior Flag 5535 S 1 ' . BUY JUPITER The Senior Class Play this year was presented on March 25 1955 in the high school gym. The trials and tribulations of life in a New York Department Store were expertly enacted by members of the Senior Class under the supervision of Mrs Ruth Monroe . "Jupiter" turned out to be a huge success even though slightly deflated The cast included: Eff' Kay Linsey - - Bruce Peck - - Betty Linsey- - - Joe Burns ---- Mrs. jackson - - - Hank Hughes ----- Lester Krinkle ---- Mrs . Quackenbush Mrs . Blanford ---- Mrs. Joyce ------ Fizz Foster- - - Irene ----- Gloria ---- Miss Quick - - Mr. Joyce ------- Mrs . Dufrost ----- - - Sandra Clark - - Gene Endres - - Sandra Coon - - - Dick Neal - - Nancy Hayes - - Larry Coon - - - - jim Lane Sharon Hoffmann - - - - Judy Bain Carol Broadfield - - -Jack Enfield - - - Nancy Hahn - Janice Rodgers Evelina Cochran Rodger Dunham - Darlene Crowe First and Second Girls - - Patsy Morby -------------- KendraBook Jupitor's voice ------ Larry Doubet Promptor ---- - - Deanne Patterson Junig Plaq W 1 -11? 1.,1. ' S4 HX A DATE WITH JUDY The junior Class Play this year was presented on November 19, 1955, in the high school gym. The play depicts the problems of the family when Iludy interferes in her father's business transactions. The cast inc uded: Judy Foster - - - - - Carla Haines Melvin Foster - - - - Karl Taylor Dora Foster - - - - - Sally George Randolph Foster - - - - - jim McQuire Hannah --- ---------- Betty Duggins Barbara Winsockit - - - Diane Butterfield Ooszie Pringle - - - ---- Larry Cox Mitzi Hoffman - - ---- Ada Jones Mr. Martindale- - - - - Blair Haines Mrs. Hotchkiss ------ Sandra Phares Mrs. Shlutzhammer ---- Pat Simpson Rexford Meredith O'Conner ------- George Whitney Susie --------- Deloris Whitmore Radio Announcer ------ Dale Worley Mailman ----- ----- S am jones Prompter ---- - - jackie Kilpatrick 1" Prom One of the most celebrated nights for ECHS was Friday, April 29, the night of the Junior- Senior Reception and Prom. In preparation for this gala event members of the junior Class, under the helpful guidance of their sponsors--Mrs. Monroe and Mrs. Swanson--worked hard all week decorating to the theme of "Moonlight Gardens. " Silver stars were suspende from the ceiling of dark blue. The white picket fence around the floor was accented by the beautiful flowers "growing" on it. The thrones for the royal couple were white wrought-iron chairs. Above the thrones was a big full moon radiantly shining upon the spot in "Moonlight Gardens" selected for the King and Queen. A white trellis with climbing red roses was at the entrance to the lounige. Lawn furniture, birds, and the grass an flowers in the lounge displayed the garden and crepe fpaper. A centerpiece with a fountain and many resh flowers scattered about looked very pretty with the light overhead shining down on it. While recorded music played in the back- ground, a delicious meal consisting of fruit juice, swiss steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, twenty -four hour salad, rolls and butter, ice cream and cake, and coffee served by the junior mother's. After the banquet Karl Taylor, the junior president, welcomed the Seniors and faculty. Deanne Patterson, the senior president, gave the response. Bob Shissler introduced the program. A piano solo, "Moonlight Cocktail, " was played by Jackie Kilpatrick. Pat Simpson sand "Moonlight and Roses, " and "The Stars Will Remember. " The speaker, Mrs. McCraith chose "Thoughts on This and That, " as her speech. Larry Cox presented the gifts to the Seniors. Freddie Steven's orchestra played the dance music for the evening. Everyone seemed to greatly enggy the music. At ll: P. m. , Karl Taylor and Carla Haines, President and Vice-President, respec- tively, led the grand march in which everyone joined. Proceeding to the throne were Carla and Karl, Diane Butterfield and Phil Kratzerg Sandra Coon and Dick Neal, senior attendants, and the king and ueen, Sharon Hoffmann and Charles Hitchcocclt. Karl crowned the reigning couple and then the pair led the next dance. The punch boy and punch girl were Tom jones and Janice Mercer. Checkroom girls were Sharon Ekena and Judy Purcell. At 12:00 p.m. the juniors, seniors, -and faculty, and guests left the "Moonlight Gardens" forever. lt ended soon, but it was enjoyed by all while it lasted. X51 E b 3 it: Sv "fa X Q Q S ffl!!!- 5' ,. .,.- - My A Honors Sandra Clark Mary Alice Bourgoin PM Simpson Evelina Cochra Valedictorian Legion Essay, Jr, Legion ESSHY. Sf- Salutatorian n Lorado T aft essay ai. Ronald Coon McCabe Declamation Gene Endres Homecoming King Larry Coon Dlck N221 DAR Pep Club Award Kiwanis Award Charles Hitchcock Sharon Hoffmann Prom King Prom Queen f : Nancy Hayes Betty Crocker Homemaker v 6 . S , X gi Q I' xr f sf -X. sigh, :' . . A i f S Nancy Hahn am June, Sweetheart Queen Pepclub Award Blackhawk Queen, Rep, Free Throw Award Deanne Patterson DAR Homecoming, Queen Pep Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Judy Purcell, Kay Windish, Vernon Broadfield, Stuart Lewis, Judy McCoy, Evelyn Broadfield, Jackie Martin, Sandra Pillman, Darlene Crowe, Nancy Hayes. SECOND ROW: Joyce Weber, Judy David, Janet Harlan, Sharon Ekena, Deanne Patterson, Sandy Clark, Janice Rodgers, Diane Butterfield, Carla Haines, Sandra Coon, Nancy Hahn, Pat Chambers, Mary Colgan. THIRD ROW: Carol Broadfield, Mary Stam- haugh, Mary Etta Pettow, Sharon Hoffmann, Jean Davis, Peggy Broadfield, Ada Jones, Carol Smith, Karen Kleen, Mary Vance, Sharon Sloan, Pat Dunn. President -------- Janice Rodgers Vice-President ---- Diane Butterfield Secretary-Treasurer- - - Nancy Hayes Reporter --------- Sharon Ekena Advisor -------- Miss Jean Risen The Pep Squad has attended both football and basketball games to back up the Elmwood teams. The club is very proud of Vernon Broadfield, the first boy cheer- leader, who has done a very good Iiob leading cheers at basketball games with Pat Dunn and Mary Co gan. Trophies were given for goodsportsmanship to one boy in football and one boy in basketball. A record is kept of these boys from year to year on a plaque in the gym. Membership for this year totals thirty-five. PP , MB Newspaper Staff COM UN ITY ' k . .71 ,f"' 'Q r M iawawv f 4 ' , ea.-an . if , . .H - 22 .Qliiddif .. Pla! ' qv aw-.-f . -, f- .f v-no A Y-Hula ani . . ru Saaafigfb W: .- FIRST ROW left to right Diane Butterfield, Vonda Archibald, Carol Smith, Sally George. SECOND ROW: Eileen Wagner Sharon Ekena, Deanne Patterson, Sharon Hoffmann, Pat Simpson, Ada Jones. THIRD ROW: Jim McOu1re Dale Worley, Gerald Patterson, Ronnie Coon, Bob Shissler. This is the second year the juniors have undertaken a school newspaper. The name of the paper is the Elmwood Echo Publications came out once every six weeks . The staff s advisor, Miss Risen, has been a great help all year. Editor ------ Assistant Editor- - Feature Editor- - Art Editor ----- Assistant Art Editor- - Sports Editor - - - Business Manager - Y 4' f' W ' 1 1 I 1 1 Grade School .--... 1" 45 NW.. - P. - , --V ., H-.. M' . P 'K A M ,..,.,,.,..h ,,,,, - ,s , "" gn.--. A . wi 3, in MMM , - ' ' ' 'mf-if VN' 4' Y -Q 1--W-......,-M, ,Ak ,Q - - S'--, A P 4,1 W ,mr A-.Jw-6 55, P , EW ' f 'tv 1 I -.1 X , ...,, . K v- ,,4rA.,k , Q ,. Q-Ang ug'-x:X .2 K L I N, . ,..., K . y .Q V, 1 N-, ,fu ' .1 . , h K W zgilfe.-..,, A "pint, , W, Q Q,-ff. - b- -'H-431 1 , - .., - .. , A up-. -6 Aug y., - -Mg V-dw-rt v - ,. -., A . - WJ ' -.4-+ve .- - -. . 1., . - .1 . ., ' :+A 'f'- - Wfiwvfvfi, :ff-M-.1-, .. , . ' "' + .. ,... f. .A ,uh ,.f . ..Q t- 1-L,-f - . sw P DON HARTLEY PRINCIPAL ."' 3. , X IU Ap J' ' JOHN HICKS WAYNE SIMPSON JANITOR IANITVOR Grade Faculty 5 'V ff. Marie Ekstrand First Grade Mrs. Will Clark Third Grade Grace Atherton Soc. St. Department Ila Lawrence First Grade Irma Fhc krnger Fourth Grade Arvetta Lewellyn Roma Shlvel y Language Department Gladys Proctor Second Grade Louise Shepherd Erma Tidd Second Grade L Department Math. and P. E. Fifth Grade ee Maxwell Vocal Music Betty Simpson Kindergarten Ana Clinch Third Grade H3 rold Tompktns Department Sc. Health Iva Threw Kindergarten 4 Carroll Shaheen Janice Runyon Elizabeth Talley ...ff Shirley Slane Linda Chapman t Joyce Remington Eighth Grade Q Mary McBeth Rosemary Swanson Judith Gulham Carol Dunn Louise Bourgoin Bonnie Perryman L, foo- i ,'2"v ' K iiisfyw Jo Ann McLaughlin Kay Harkness Linda DCFOIG Retha Cowley Carolyn Sparks Mary Miles Judith Keyser William Folkenroth Robert Whitney Gary Fincham 1 QC if h xf 4 ifirgt S Qi au rfkfxl , - L v '1"' '?' 4Z5:wk M: iw ,I .. :s Q hi . I K ' is'-:ggi , , , .1 , 93,5 W, at ' ' 1 1 S4 Donald Spellrnan David Roffey Jerry Appell- Steven Wrestler Larry Miles Nicholas Moore Randy Snider Jeffrey McKinty Eugene Polen Mary Newcomb Eleanor Hall Jo Anne Gutshall Robert Sollenberger B, .gt 2, F I -3 4 .. :- Zig! 'X t . J K t f ll Q. s H. Iliff ft! Kenneth Archibaldi Robert Woodcock Sevent h Grade A lrs . Cliff A NZM, fi W Ffa ..::?::, 1' fi lf- ' ' Kifen Beal DOHUH W0bbe1'I0yCC Hollingsworth Mary Morton Shelia Baird Kathleen Kimbrough Judith Schwartz n -A HJ' 2 A t -M' 1 .1 r , . M so ii If ' 3 A V 1 I L Nancy Miles Nancy Runyonf lean Hitchcock Sla d C h fl rl OC I'3Il Margaret FergusonBarbara Armstro -.nf ' fini, ffzfil Linda Mifemin Patricia Coykendall Bessie Brown Lyly Slang ' if 1 ziglbf kn " mm Bill Dunham Robert jones Lest ng Alberta Swanson Virginia Monroe nf er Trowbridge David Purcell -3.- 7 I .4 -.d X "' x v I ,J A k , .v'A r , - ' -' ' . Q.. ,I 1 41, v U '77 ,ig ' 'fb' JK mi J X Eddie Graves jim Swindler Roger Guild Howard Schleich Dexter Harkness Tom Reinhart Gary Cox lack Gilmer Z - rfb' T 54: 'I H ' H H i.- a 'J - J .s . J l , i -er A ,. . 4 Rs' 'J ld lx , ,Ki 353 N, A b Q I b, , , A in vw , 41 r Q, X. i, ... fig gl ,, A ' duxrgln- t.. . ,f Q , -1, ,Z 9 ' Rf- I ' . eff it fn .f - fk A - - 1 if - . . h S' Glen MCBCU1 Tom Ha,-ding Jack Burns Dean Vance Jim Haines Kenneth Forney Jack Frame 10 n impson 1' 'f,,.1 v Y In P 1 Y N XA av , V , i , N.,l'1 '- v K V gyllll X I 4 v J up B! , . ' 1: A V All A Qfiillw E I I ag 'u I, 3 A ,ft I ' 'Q ,fi Q i K fnllll' Q A 'l zu ' ,Min ,s r e gig of ' ov tg. . , . "7 -'jd i 'F - Fmi jim Moravek Larry Dawson Elden Harper Bob Parker jack DeFord ' P Miss Maxwell Dorothy Gillham Patricia Emery Sharon Brown Allen Cochran ' 20' J Keith Cox Betty Perryman Sharon Hall Sharon Proctor 1 William Roffey Steven Webber Alex Morton Sixth 'Q ,. iff' Ig Aleta Frumpinski 9 . Sv 4 ,.. ,N at A ' V .aa at ,...-7 5 f Ruth Lawrence Q qt- A Shirley Gillham W3 6 MQ l .-2 Z it I1 LN il. 4. i-Q . t Grade Patricia Fleming .3 z Roberta Hall i ., za pl- C71 1: ' janet Lishman c,d' 4 5 , -W Q f C. g-'X 1 1 x' Robert Roffey Carl Snyder r-f Dale Runyon Robert Murphy MK tvs-I-H' X Q' .,-5 -5 "ee+e-r w fx ' Wayne Manley Walter McKown 40 fi.-lu Sandra Klinck .J .41 Sherry Clark Ethel Bleichner I 4 5 "I, ll . V -NX. K, 11:1-QQ Robe rt Hogue Mr . Tempkins 5431 Louise Philbec 'if Patricia Maher P 'MH . .... .JS 1 Harry McFal1 1' xv -Z f al jf, ,Q 1 I f' Robert Patterson Robert Talley .33 y 43 1'P ' X M, C 'x Q- ' f rn 9 -A '.L nfl' X. iff f Qfngqh .. - " Billy McLaughlin Fifth Grade 1. at-09 li' -' I' Louise Shepherd Roberta M'l 1 es Sharon Lewellyn Linda Guild Linda Bollinger Sharon Ray Patricia Runyon 7 "' 5 .J Q in A ,rv t' Pamela Lott janet McQuire Kathleen Marinich Linda Howard Betty Hall Mary Beth McKown Victoria Cox Melanie Frame Mary Ann johnson Katherine Jepson Jeanette Brown Bonnie Bennett Suellen Swanson Carol Rodgers .J -'Y G' ft if 0 ' Z' ' i Barbara Beal Iutiith Wallick C onnle Folkenroth Pauline Slone janet Finfrook Richard Parr Barry Coulter 'Z It U I.. ,.,....r.. f if in 2 J, '7 aff' l 8 -Q' 5 Q Bi ' in i v f-N, r .i Q art V. ,J . V, lf -:'."1JiXN y xv:f' lf . ' ' jerry Clark Elmer Bennett Raymond Graves Robert DeFord Bob Perryman Bart Hollingsworth Edward Threw .2 ' Q," lt .45 if "7 1 i ti X ' , P I-4' Dale KCUHC Janes Reinharf George Shaheen Gerald Shaheen Dennis Wrestler Gerald Bera Ethel Omohundro Irma Flickinger Mary Archibald Susan Glidewell pau-icia Adams Linda Keefer Rose Wrestler Judy Jones Maril n Ramsa Barbara Gilmer David Fleming QF: xe-. c sea K A 'iff gi' I LE Fourth Grade Cheryl Norris Betty Williamson Sandra Dunham Dianne Maher David Jordan Wesle W r e 1,111 Forne Richard Snider Clif Bateman Richard Woodcock '1v..-1 ,r ag? Tlx rin" HAY Mrs, W, Clark .4llhn. -J Rosemary Chesher fi, J, U I 1 x, - - 1 Barbara W indish Jae k Pcrryrnan rig? ff riff! I5 ! jfgx '. gl l 1 ff, R Thnd Grade Pamela Beal Ruth Steer .ff ' ' fb' ' 4"4 at Una Anne Murphy Ruth Kay Boyer , , yi? -J - ka 2 ..4f', 'pg t a it A . 41? I F it Q kr, TOKU ROUGE' Robert Dalton Edward T ern pleton ,,1 f Roy Hogue B Frances Miles ,pai Q-K! - ""'X lffawagfrl Mary Runyon Allan Swindler Leslie Soldwell 1' William Kilpatrrck Allan F. Silzer Twila Brewer Mary Hollingsworth X Q H - Y' if Karoline Hall x Q I f J if H , 3, ' I 1 Kenneth Cooley xlyd JU' - -if 1, E Michael Blake RTN 1 l 2 L Qrgyigg, . lu' 4? t V , V, X 'f-5 Y 4-ll ,xklxq Q , wxqrm lx' X,.,h1fbN i5SE:: Mrs. P. Clinch Julie Bateman 44 Bonnie Parr lflmer Jepson Third Grade A if Sharron Coy kendall Leah Simpson "ff - 5 5 KX Ronda Knobloch I A' ff' John Bourgoin 1 Alvin Cochran Wayne Harding Patsy Renwick W ,za fi A P Rosemary Moravek -I' Q...-I Susie Strappe K' -K I ' fe fzfi f M ' ' . Q' , ' 3 Ricky Keyser L41 R x Elaine Onohundro Jan Manley 'on T? Barbara Swindler X Viv' Diane Dailey if Danny Brothers 41 'N vf' Robert Dawson Shirley Sipes ff ' -4 Cheryl Defford Ernest Rosecrans Q fo fl' -al 41 f i f R K I xi 'N X X, Terry Rnnyon fb R p!4gX 1-' - C X '15, :, ,F-if , 1 ' 'uni , My --N., Second Grade B Mrs. J. Lewellyn Cathy McFal1 Betty Philbee Judy Kay Fruit Marilyn Io Moody Norma Bleichner K, lft ff Sandra Glidcwell Mary Kimbrough Martha Metz P R ' h K th H l at Sill BFI 3 Y al' an Ila Sue Leppla Vt -'ffl Michael Gutshall Isabelle Clark Marilyn Taylor Judy Whitehead Diana Ennis HCUYY Holt w f 1d Dickie Runyon Alan Howcrton David Threw George Slane Anthony Marinich Denny ors o K, I I ii is , I 'ini' I ' Q rr r , ' ' t .-. , fa V' 2 I Raymond Walker Boyde Christy ..- X :T-c:.',Q A V V ll e""-5g- r I Lia wt M 0 ,a fi", ?J . . .--Q b 1 I W0 Mrs, C. Tidd ,i Carolyn Appell 40 James Underwood Andrew Marinich Second Grade A Cheryl Threw XY? ,yi Cheryl Roffey Jean Chambers Rebecca Bennett Sharon Hogue Cheri LaFo11ette Michael McLaughlin X P 5 v. ff 1, Edward Dailey Sv J' '-4' Q7 JZ' ' ,hs ,, ,3-. 1 1,5 42 W ff Z I 4 'P I is Janet Lewellyn Rt ,erta Ennis Jalee Graves Jimmy Miles Terry Schulz Richard Howard Dennis Swindler Terry Baird -4 'B 'WJ X HQ' sk Y' Carl Nixon Gene Gibson Gary Harkness Billy McCoy Jerry Jepson Phillip Reed Mrs. G. Lziwrcncc Linda McCoy 'L 4 A -at r .tis 1'?:'i' Lf 1 A i iliirhara Ennis 5 -1 r W 4,4 I .J First Grade B Susan Rook Kathy King Charlotte Reed ...ar I l Linda Pack Piilly WCl'SfOlLl l,in"zi Slanc Jean Gutghgll Peggy Iagtgard Nancy Steward Susan Shoop Ji 1' E ""' f I 1-Qfgfgf ,- Pztnicla Lcwcllyn Wayne Cox Charles Patterson -.I Terry Dunn Illll C0lll'll'lgllI John Chaise Henry Pulsipher Steve Hall Ricky Morrison Denny Brown Rodney Sfllfilllb 4 Syl' T- if QI! Dpi , ' l I il ,ba "l4 tf"'J I-,ir "'- 'Q .v if ,L-f if 5 v .X txf: N 1 I .4 .1 wg -'fl' x' , ,I '. stephen lVlCL3llQll'l1lll Jana Kiddy Clay Sipcs First Grade A VY Marie Eicstrand Kathy Parr Susan Finfrock Karen Bennett Joan Snyder Sylvia RUUYOU Susan Patterson Linda Knight Nancy McFall Claudia Vance S Chrissy Burns I fic. J E Q Ianct Miles Martha Clark Peggy Harkness Jeff Dwyer Ernest Daily Dora Livingston Michael Shissler Steven Neal Tommy Silzer Jeffery Reed IHCR Ray Ronnie Cox Bernard Kauffman 4" Q, ff- 13 ,, :JK 5 ,' , i '. -. " - fl, ,is 1 -ig ,Q i,qs'y ,l,i .I ,bn .-, , fi-33i. MV"W'i i A -5- 2 . d is isyy iss K- f C Edward Christy Melvin Brewer Chorus Band J FRONT ROW: Bob Parker, Jim Moravek, Dean Vance, Steve Wrestler, Jack Burns. SECOND ROW: Glen McBeth, Donald Spellman, Bill Dunham, Carol Dunn, Linda Deford, Kathleen Kimbrough, Eldon Harper, Jeff McKinty, Eugene Polen. THIRD ROW: Nancy Miles, Mary Newcomb, Rosemary Swanson, Robert Whitney, Randy Snider, Roger Guild, Nicholas Moore, Jim Haines, Jack Frame, Karen Beal, Carroll Shaheen, Virginia Monroe. FOURTH ROW: Mary Miles, Linda Chapman, Judy Keyser, Carolyn Sparks, Janice Runyon, Kenneth Archibald, Larry Miles, Jerry Barbara Armstrong, jean Hitchcock, Donna Webber, Miss Proctor. FRONT ROW: Patricia Maher, Connie Folkenroth, Susie Glidewell, Jim Philbee, Raymond Graves, Richie Snider, Wesley Worley, Tom DeFord, Tom Harding, Bill Roffey, Cheryl Norris, Judy Jones, Steve Stewart. SECOND ROW: Jim Haines, Barbara Beal, Judy Keyser, Ruth Lawrence, Kathleen Kimbrough, Sharon Proctor Larry Miles, Randy Snider, Linda Chapman, Retha Cowley, Jeanette Brown, Jack DeFord, Eddie Graves, Carroll Shaheen. THIRD ROW: Louise Philbee, Mary Archibald, Virginia Monroe, Donald Spellman, Keith Cox, Wayne Manley, Kenneth Archibald, Janice Runyond, Suellen Swanson, Robert Whitney, Gerald Shaheen, Clifford Bateman, Patricia Adams. FOURTH ROW: Bob Murphy, Bill Dunham, Jim Moravek, Jerry Appell, Bill Folkenroth, Gary Cox, Ethel Bleichner, Carol Dunn, George Shaheen, Dale Runyon. afery Patrol BOTTOM ROW: David Roffey, Tom Reinhart, Eddie Graves, Eldon Harper, Lester Trowbrige. MIDDLE ROW: Robert Whitney, jerry Appell, Nicholas Moore, Rosemary Swanson, Mary Miles, Nancy Miles, Eugene Polen, jeff McKinty, Gary Fineham. TOP ROW: Miss Shively, Carolyn Sparks, Barbara Armstrong, Judy Keyser, Gary Cox, Randy Snider, Bill Folkenroth, Dexter Harkness, Larry Dawson. Cheerleaders Virginia Monroe- - - Carroll Shaheen- - - Linda DeFord Basketball A l The grade Hwt's enjoyed a record of 12 wins and 3 defeats during the 1054-55 basketball season. UPPER ROW: jeff Meliinty, Bill Folkenroth, jerry Appell, jim Swindler, Robert jones, Randy Snider, Mr. Hartley. BOTTOM ROW: David Roffey, Deith Cox, Glen Mclleth, Dale Runyon, jim Moravek. l The grade Lwt's enjoyed a very successful 1954-55 basketball season with a record of 14 won and 3 lost. They were winners of the Williamsfield Invitational Tournament and placed second in the Peoria County Tournament at Bartonville. UPPER ROW: Bob Murphy, jim Haines, Keith Cox, jack Frame, Glen McBeth, Gary Fincham, Jack Gilmer, Mr. Tompkins. BOTTOM ROW: Bob Patterson, Dave Roffey, Kenny Forney, Tom Harding, Dean Vance, jack Burns, Walter McKown. Track The grade track team participated in four meets during the season. Namely a dual meet with Farmington, the Peoria County meet at Chilicothe, the District meet at Edison junior High in Pekin and the Galva Invitational meet. There were several outstanding performances during the season. The outstanding performer was Glen McBeth. While Eddie Graves, Steve Wrestler, jeff Mcliinty, David Roffey, and jerry Appell could usually place in their events. BOTTOM ROW: Tom Harding, Raymond Graves, Dean Vance, Wayne Manley. MIDDLE ROW: David Roffey, George Shaheen, Eddie Graves, Steve Wrestler, Gerald Shaheen, jack Burns, Bob Murphy. TOP ROW: Glen McBeth, jerry Appell, Larry Miles, David Purcell, Randy Snider, jack Frame, jeff McKinty, Mr. Hartley. Baseball The grade softball team compiled a record of three wins, one tie, and four losses during the season. FIRST ROW: Keith Cox, Steve Wrestler, jim Moravek, Tom Harding, Bob Murphy, David Roffey, SECOND ROW: Eugene Polen, Robert Whitney, Randy Snider, Dale Runyond, jeff McKindy, Glen McBeth, Gary Fincham. 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Go see the Home-Store first. QASS OF: 1872 - tara - ian - 1875 - 1876- 1877 - 1878- 1879- 1880- 1881- 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 '1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 B. C. Allensworth,Prof., Ella Brain, Mrry Hopkins, Eliza Hurlburt, Hattie Keene, Eliza Mathews, Hettie Pcrsell, Minnie Rogers, Stella Rose, Flora Smith, Edson Wdton, Ella Woods. Janes M. Greenley, Prof., Lmra V. Ramsey. Janes M. Greenley, Prof., Lettie Bartho- lomew, Joseph Williamson. Janes Kelly, Prof., Alice Biggs, Rosa Ryan, Florence Whitney. James Kelly, Prof., No graduates. Jams Kelly, Prof., No gradrates. 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 McNoy, 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, lda Patterson, Evm Slaughter. T. B. Bird, Prof., Lido Dinan, Nettie Kightlinger, Maggie McCawan, l.i11i0 Pulsipher, Atic Purcell, Nettie Wiley. C. R. Vmdervoort, Prof., Orie Batholo- mew, Kate Callister, Lmra Lobaugh, Luman Royce, Howad Spcngler, Blfllflfl Wheeler, Frank Whitney. C. R. Vmdervoort, Prof., El Clin9m. Frances Daniels, Fredericka Mathewson, Frank Widrnefyer. - W. J. Pringle, Prof., Lura Helen Batholo- mew, Harriet Jones, Ed C. Sloyton, Hary Tompkins. - W. J. Pringle, Prof., Anna Enright, Minnie Lawrence, Edwad Siegel. -W. J. Pringle, Prof., Edson E. Dalton, Kate Hurff, Emest Lobaugh, Fred Patter- son, Sam Tidd. - W. J. Pringle, Prof., John Bitner, Ed. U. Henry, Mila Ketchum, Edith Kightlinger, Hawad 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, Lillicn Wheeler, Frank Wing. -W. J. Pringle, Prof., Harrison Dixeon, Charles Famum, Fred Heptonstall, Eiha Lawrence, Nellie A. Perrin, Fred Sloyton, Leila Williamson. - S. B. Allison, Prof., Ora Currlings, F.rank 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, Chales McCorkie, Bert Riner, Anna Smith, Myrtle Sloyton, Mae Smith, Rose Wood. -S. B. Allison, Prof., Anna Anderson, 1896- 1897 - 1898- 1899 14130- 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905- 1906 1907 LIST OF GRADUATES Lmra Bodine, George Davidson, Cara Duth, Bessie Ennis, Edith Jones, Ber- tram Kemp, Dcniel Ketchum, Harvey Lott, Edith Patterson, Mary Rose, C. Vance, Minnie Woods, Winifred Wheeler, Hor- tense Wdker. L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Fanny Bourgain, Clingm, Grace Famum, Martha Halt, Stella Kirkpatrick, Nellie Mannock, Nina Miller, Marie Regan, Emma Riner, Nellie Sloyton, Rena Webster, Lavarre Wycoff. L. R. Flmegin, Prof., Mable Denning, Rose Douglas, Samuel Garrison, Gertrude Hardenberg, Ortho Heptonstall, Elmer Hubbel, Leo Johnson, Mary Kinnear, Sadie Lott, Jessie Mmnock, Effie Mathis, Ethel Runycn, Harry Wells, Eanest Wheatcroft. L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Frank Armstrong, Charles Clinch, Harold Cullings, Nettie Debacher, Frmk Eslinger, Blandi Herriott, Henry Jaman, Patience Jarman, Roy Kightlinger, Ethel McCann, Alice McCullough, Anna McDennott, Esther Nelson, Harry Rose, Bertha Waibel, Myrtle Webster, Emma Westbay. L. R. Flmegin, Prof., Leslie Anderson, Anna Armstrong, Ada C. Buell, Anna De- Bacher, Pearl Greenough, Myrtle De Bacher, Lora Hart, Elliott E. Head, Ha- lan Hubbell, Halan Jones, Nellie E. McCdbe, Nora E. McCarty, Tessie A. McDennott, David H. Morton, Marguet M. Nelson, Nora Nelson, Edna L. Patterson, Margaret E. Stewart, Blanch Swigert, Hlry Troth. L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Archie Miles, Hary Rid1ardson. L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Edwin Brown, Marion Brown, Nellie Earing, Lloyd Graham, Earl Henry, Allan Higgins, Amy Hotchkiss, Dean Jay, Leroy Kershaw, Florence McKerrow, Albert Van Patten, Neva Walton, Clifton Wycoff. J. M. Martin, Prof., Mwy Bowers, Everet S. Cathcart, Bert Conrey, Ross E. Cul- lings, Mable DeBad'rer, Maurice Grumley, Mina Morton, Nina E. Palmer, Elsie M. Philhower, Fannie E. Remmele, Charles E. Smith, Dale E. Snyder. Charles Stuart, Prof., Marilla Cooper, Magaretta Jay, Rea Harkness, Edson Kinnear, Fred Mtrtz, Harry Quigley, Maude Smith, Raymond Troth, Janes Turner, Eal Vmce, Nellie Wells, Belle Wibur. Charles Stunt, Prof., Will Bolin, Lottie Bourgoin, Evaline Brooks, Leta Cutheart, John Grumley, May Humphreys, Monica Smith, Mule Snyder, Nellie Wheatcroft, Sylvia Zoll. Charles Stuat, Prof., Lelia Armstrong, Lottie Armstrong, Anna Booth, Charles Bowers, Florence Gabriel, Chrxles Grumley, Ecrl Horsley, Alice Orvis, Paul Westbay. - Charles Stuat, Prof., Gertrude Bowers, Milded Bowers, Orrd Conver, Ina Learned, Glennie Tyler, Gertrude Waibel. -Chules Stuart, Prof., John Boswell, 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 - lrwin Dalton, Bertha Grdiun, Gilbert Lute, Raymond Lyons, Cara Nefsan, Essie Rynearson, Florence Wdton, Ada Wheatcroft, Paul Wells, Ede Zink, lmtha Zoll. T. S. Henry, Prof., Wilda Armstrong, Frmces Jay, Echo Lewned, Clifford Lott, Lillie Mannock, Agnes Morton, Echo Parr, Miriam Potts, Wallace Snyder, John Trath, Frances Walton, Katherine White, Muie Zink. -T. S. Henry, Prof., Florence Criger, Henry Kessler, Alice Lott, Hcry Niece, Magaret Schori. T. S. Henry, Prof., Galdio Booth, Samuel Conver, Sao Conver, Sidney Cullings, Arthur Dalton, Lola Fish, Floyd Gooding, Mabel Higgins, Walter Mahdr, Raymond Nibbelin, Ella Odres, Mable Schorl, Clarence Shissler. T. S. Henry, Prof., John Bowers, Mabel Brooks, Hazel DeBacher, Frieda Korth, Ella Var Pelt, Jemie Philips, Eleanor Schlots, John Stevens. T. S. Henry, Prof., Frances Bowers, Willian 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., Lurra Brown, Bernice Goliday, Oliver Gregory, Ralph Kilpatrick, Howard Schlots, John Schultz, Hazel Seltzer, Wilhelmlna Taylor, Elwyn Troth, Leroy Wdkins, Vivim Whiting, Estelle Whitney. C. C. Condit, Prof., Hazel Atherton, Eekra Brooks, Louise Conit, Margretha Fried- richs. Roy Gore, Clifton Humphreys, Evelyn Hunphreys, Eleanor McCann, Esther Nichols, Blmch Oldknow, Frank Schultz, George Shissler, Magnet Smith, Georgia Taylor. C. C. Condit, Prof., Maude Adams, Grace Barett, Gilmm Davidson, Leona Higgins, Eva Halt, Charlotte Johnson, Mule Kelly, Edwin Kilpatrick, Leonard Lmg, Elsie Lyons, Jessie McCann, Myrtle McKnown, Logan Nelson, Una Nelson, Lena Seltzer, Louise Shissler, Georgia Taylor, Lillim Vm Sickle. C. C. Condit, Prof., Frardr Allen, Leona Day, Chrrles Dooley, Echo Foster, Leonard Higgins, Veda Holt, Fem Humphreys, Earl Kelly, Winifred Kelly, Mwde King, Esther Korth, Almetta Maher, Edge: McDondd, Mwy McFaII, Howard Redding, Roscoe Redding, Mwgery Schenck, Ma-gory Strufe, Merle Threw, Nmmi Waibel, Gladys Wooten, Ruth Zink. 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 Barett, Elmore Brown, Leola Burt, Grace Cwlson, Dorothy Condit, Janes , 919 - 920 - 1921 1922 1 923 1 924 Cusack, Patrickr Cusack, May Davis, Pearl Dragoo, Thomas Dwyer, Lora Flanegin, Russell Fuller, Magaet Gmdnle, Maguerlte Gregory, Roy Hark- ness, Harold Herbert, Ruth lreton, Nan Johnson, Naomi Johnson, Lucille Kelly, Opal Kelly, Alma Lindsey, Gladys Lindzey, Edna MacDonald, Leslie MacDonald, Mildred Peters, Nellie Schenck, John Schorik, Leah Thatcher, Charles Tidd, Mary Threw, Frances Van Sickle, Gayle Weeks, Helen White. C. C. Condit, Prof., Leroy Andrews, June Bandy, Ada Boice, Mark Brennan, Horace Demick, Mmde Miller, Louis Miles, Edwin Miranda, Magaret Phaes, Gladys Proctor, Richard Schenck, Mono Srnyder, Rosanna Stevens, Wilda Threw, Louretta Tully, Elma Wasson, Rowena Wasson, Magaret Wickwire, Verna Wooten, Francis Zink. C. C. Condit, Prof., Gladys Archibald, Ralph Bacher, Howad Carter, Maianne Clinch, Mary Cusack, Mary Dwyer, Harley Green, Anna Gmmley, George Gutshall, Hazel Gutshall, Birdella Harkness, Frances McCarty, Verna Miles, Bruce Mullen, Elva Peters, Forrest Reed, Gernevieve Riner, Mona Ristine, Doris Shively, Harry Stolter, Ruth Thatcher, Anna Trowbridge, Dean Threw, Ferne Threw, Harvey Van Sickle, Adrienne Herbert, Mildred Higgens, Raclnel Holt, Gerald Jaman, Alto Johnson, Roy Keel- lng, Helen Lindzey, Owen Lindley. C. C. Condit, Prof., Clae Bragg, Edna Clark, Dean Condit, Riti French, Myrta Martin, Chester Miles, Ralph lMcKown, Fred Sclnlots, Margaret Sporrer, Ruby Wasson, Mabel Worley, Alben Wolford, Ruth Wooten. C. C. Condit, Prof., Elora Burt, Kathryn Cdlister, Leon Carter, Ruth Cladwell, Arthur Draggo, Lawrence Hakness, Clyde Hendrix, Roland Hitchcock, Faye l-loyt, Edith Jarman, Magaet Kilpatrick, Harry MacDonald, Erma McKinty, Bemard Mullen, Loren Odces, Florence Phaes, Everett Redding, Walter Redding, Russell Rernmelle, Earl Schenck, Herman 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 Ddton, Millard Day, Willard De- Ford, May Demick, Margaet Ekstrand, Everett Epley, Lucile Flint, William Schenck, Morgaet Seltzer, Harry Statler, Lester Turl, Earline Weeks, Elva Wolford, Dorothea Young. C. C. Condit, Prof., Minerva Carlsin, Jeanette Colidge, Ruth Eslinger, George Fleisher, Lorena Fleisher, Myrtle Flick- inger, Jessie French, Pauline Jarman, Agnes Kelly, Opal Lindsey, Louise Macey, Lela Murphy, Clnester Patton, Zelda Perrill, Iona Rambo, Ruth Shively, Nina Threw, Etta Vohlarnd, Leonard Windish, Edith Worley. 1 1 925 926 1927 1928 - 1 929 1930 1 931 - I J. H. Francis, Prof., Howard Berger, Everett Bogrer, Ruth Clinch, Cornelia Day, Gladys DeFord, Leone DeFord, Daniel French, Kathryn Goliday, Loren Hakness, Helen Hart, Lois Henry, Neva Higgins, Norma Huvert, Loring Jarman, Kathryn Maher, Beulah McClure, Vema Metz, George Moore, Laurence Moran, George Montgomery, Dorothy Nelson, 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, Clorable Her- bert, Deforest Hitchcock, Ada Hoyt, Owen Hubbell, Milford Kirkbride, Thomas Lee, Irene Maher, Adell McVey, Thomas Miller, Mary Noggle, Dean Proctor, Lowell Redding, Wad 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, Maie Fleisher, Irma Flickinger, Oral Gallagher, Lloyd Graham, Glenn Hall, Leonad Heller, Raynnond Hicks, Louise McKinty, Lucille Murphy, Julia Patton, Hclold Redding, Velda Scragg, Francis Shively, Clyde Wheeler, Leo Windish, Louis Windi sh, Corinne Zinn. E. E. Downing, Supt., Louise Anderson, Frances Clemmer, Bemice Corbett, Marie Ekstrand, Gail Emerick, Janes Foster, Marion Harper, Isabel Hoyt, May John. son, Kathleen Manock, John Mathis, Stanton Moore, Helen Moran, Bernice Pierson, John Ryan, Rolen Searle, lnez Smith, Susanna Smith, Elizrdaeth Steer, Frances Yerby. E. E. Downing, Supt., Virginia Atherton, Juanita Bohrer, Jesse Boice, Kathryn Bowers, Eugene Buxton, Auaey Coon, Sanford Coon, Mariorie Coulter, Juanita DeGroot, 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 Zink. E. E. Downing, Supt., Arwine Archibald, Cecelia Armstrong, Virginia Bailey, Edwin Bock, Eugene Bourgoin, Lois Carter, Norman Clak, Walter Clinch, Thomas Cooley, Robert England, Alice Foster, Paul Fussner, Ralph Grahcln, John Hart, Gladys Heller, Mary Herbert, Pwl Hitchcock, Pauline Hitchaack, Milaed Krisher, John Lindzey, Charles Livingston, Margery Mathis, Chales Marnock, Alfred Miles, Mildred Reed, Beth Shively, Louise Turner, James Voorhees, Eldon Wiley, lzola Yates. E. E. Downing, Supt., Betty Armstrong, Dorothy Bates, Thomas Clemmer, Vera Catherine Custer, Kenneth Davy, Ralph Gaymarn, Mary Heddon, Lucille Hitchcock, Berwyn Huey, Nellie Livingston, Daniel Mdner, May Ellen Manock, Owen McKinty, Elmer Moody, John Pierson, Rosca Pullen, Opal Shane, Edwin Shively, Adeline 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936- 1937 Thomas, Paul Thompson, Cornelius Vance, Helen Weeks, Wooaow Worley, Justine Zink. E. E. Downing, Supt., Willian Armstrong, Clifford Atherton, George Boyer, Eldon Burt, Hazel Coon, Eileen DeGroot, Frances Dobbs, Wilma Frame, Havey Haines, Samuel Haines, Rdph Hdl, Ophelia Huxtable, Signell Kauffman, Gladys Kneer, Geneva Mathis, Harvey McFall, Jr., Wilden McKown, Raymond Miles, Magaret Miller, Orville Moody, Roberto Moore, Freaick Nagel, Frances Oldfield, Milo Phares, John Snell, Lloydine Taylor, Joseph Thomas, Helern Troth, Howad Windi sh, Jeannette Worley, Hugh Wycoff, Gerald Yerby. E. E. Downing, Supt., Francis Ann Arm- strong, Richad Atherton, Wilma Bohrer, Adeline Boice, Lawrence Buxton, Dewey Clark, Jack Clinch, Artie Frame, Haley Garen, John Brown Grover, Beniamln Hall, Manford Harding, Judson Dratzer, LaVergne McCuen, Lynn McKinty, Mil- dred Manock, Eale Murphy, Harold Nixon, Clifford Perrill, Howard Pierson, Robert Pullern, Lilah Roffey, John Shaffer, Chalotte Shelton, Katherine Smith, Eugene Traynor, Eleanore Waibel, Richard Wilkinson, Garda Wurmnerst, Erma Wumnnest. E. E. Downing, Supt., Richard Bunny, Halene Boyd, Merle Clark, Esther Clem- mer, Mary Clinch, Keith Currier, Edwin Foster, Kenneth Golden, Haold Hatley, Arthur Hasselbacker, Maxine Heuber, Leila Hoyt, Chester Kuntz, Mabel Mc- Allister, John McFall, Dorothy McMullen, LaVeda Miles, Jack Miller, Winagene Miller, Gayle Owens, Charles Patterson, Pml Reed, Pail Schaffer, Sidney Thomp- son, Dorothy Troth, Owen Waibel, Robert Wilcox, Ruth Wolfe, Katherine Zink. E. E. Downing, Supt., Jean Atherton, Magaet Boice, Alice Boyer, Frank Bridson, Clifton Clark, Helen Gallagher, Dale Gutshall, Ruth Hedden, Billy Jar- man, Donald Livingston, John Manock, Carl Meehan, Mutha Moffitt, Chales North, Herman Norton, Elizabeth Patter- son, Violet Ray, Susie Robinson, Doris Roffey, Alvin Sollenberger, Gerald Talley, Caroll Taylor, Woodrow Van Tine. Doris Waechter. E. E. Downing, Supt., Hary Bateman, Pmline Bougoin, Fern Briggs, Ruby Bruniga, Lola Chqaman, Eugene Clemmer, Mary Louise Coolidge, Florence Coon, Floyd Coon, May Louise DeFord, Helen Dwyer, June Gibbs, Marjorie Golden, Cecil Gutshall, Elsie Gutshall, Leo Gutshall, Lawrence Hall, Kathryn Harber, Rdph Hakness, Chales Hides, Janes lnskeep, Ruth Jones, Leila Kratzer, Rayrrnond McKinty, Bill McQuiston, Robert Miller, Ruth Ann Moore, Slnannon Powers, Jackson Reed, Jean Rhoden- bmgh, Raymond Seltzer, Merlin Smith, Macia Steinman, Arthur Trowbridge, Sara Wilkinson, Shirley Winn. E. E. Downing, Supt., Emestine Bock, Maxine Bohrer, Leoro Boyd, Hazel Buxton, Mwrine Dunivant, Virginia 938 - 939- 1940 1941 1942 Gibbs, Janet Golden, Ted lnskeep, Emma Jaques, Dorothy Kunrs, Marlorie Kyle, Archie Mlles, Anna Miller, Elaine Mullen, Wiley Reed, Jack Steer, Gordon Thompson, Theodore Trowbridge, David Wycaff, Phyl- lis Worrell, Lucille Zlnlr. E. E. Downing, Snrpt., Lucille Clak, Robert Dale Collins, Clifford Cowley, Pearl DeFord, Arthur Dixon, Myrano Frame, John Gdlagher, Mildred Gooding, Merlin Gutshdl, Bill Grover, Halan Hall, Cathaine Jaques, John Jarman, Marie Robah Kellogg, David Lqnsley, Livingston, Robert Lott, Nellie Jones, Ruth Marock, Betty Mars, Donald Metz, Dorothy Metz, Eal Morrison, Evelyn Perkins, William Reed, Bernard Taylor. E. E. Downing, Supt., Jesse Bradshaw, Mayme Briggs, Viola Buhl, Mariorie Ann Chwrnan, James Clark, Maie Conklin, Marl Caolmsey, Perle Coon, Jr., Virginia Cowley, May Cullings, Eva Doubet, Katherine Fidler, Viola Forquer, May Foster, Nellie Gallagher, Howard Garen, Maian Golden, Ruth Graham, Janes Hart, Jack Lqasley, Giles Martzluf, Lester McAllister, Lois McCoy, Roberta Mc- Clennon, Robert McQuinton, Chalotte Millen, Ella Millen, Raymond Pack, Richad Pritchett, Arvid Ranbo, Earl Ranshaw, Juanita Reed, Mavel Reich, Orie Shane, Hubert Shelton, Howarth Taylor, Robert Taylor, Jerome Vogel. E. E. Downing, Supt., Ruth Anaews, Rena Beetler, Pail Betts, Janet Bond, Beverly Chase, Lucille Cornklin, Lucille Comm, Leona Dubit, Ma- gaet Edwards, Lyle Ford, Donald Garen, Vada Green, Juarnita Hartley, Ruth Hogy, Robert Jones, Gertrude Kellogg, John Mdner, Jr., Chales Mann, Chales Morrison, Helern Motax, Marguerite Pack, Marcella Page, Virginia Purchase, Gerald Reed, Helen Riggs, Emest Rose- crans, Alys Share, Gertrude Shissler, Audrey Spancs, Jarne Spiclner, Gloria Swygman, Stanley Taylor, John Tompson, Gene Troth, Ruby Waechter, John Young, Loren Young. E. E. Downing, Supt., Harold Beetler, Evelyn Bowen, Dorothy Bowers, Dean Collins, San Cooksey, Hary Ethelyn Crozier, Celia Dalton, Donald Eldert, Ruth Frame, Claire Gutshali, June Higgs, Betty Hunt, Donald Karth, Roben Karth, Betty Kratzer, Wdter Livingston, Mable Mann, Pail May, Betty McCuen, Charles Miles, Ralph Riggs, J. D. Rutledge, Alve Lee Ruthledge, Donald Schlots, Milaed Silur, Dean Von Sickle, Russell Woechter, Lois West, Roy Wheeler, George Woodley. E. E. Downing, Supt., Mary Ines Beamer, Wilma Beeney, Alice Bleichner, Wilma Bowen, Russell Briggs, Floyd Broadfield, Maxine Callister, Bonnie Edwads, Deon French, Lowell Fuller, Wallace Fuller, John Gutshall, Velma Hall, Dorothy Kendall, Margaret Kilpatrick, Jeanne Lott, Martha Lott, Hazel Marnnnen, Donald McCoy, Katheryn Mohn, Fred Neal, Mary Nelson, lrene Padr, Harold Page, Thomas Rosecrans, Mary Jean Schade, Theo Shane, Georgia Shelton, David Shlssler, Mary Ruth Shissler, Betty Toy- lor, Rachel West, Maion Winrn. 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 - 1 948 1 949 E. E. Downing, Supt., Hariet Bond, Elizabeth Cisel, Leona Cisel, June Clinebell, May Lou Corley, Oretha Corum, Chales Craig, Thelma Crozier, Edithe Donoviclr, Dan Duval, Donald Grover, Lorene Hartley, Max Hants, Ealine Huber, Tommy Hunt, Freida Key- ser, Wdter King, Russell Korth, Pml La' Follette, Marguerite Lott, Bill MacDonald, Leland McClennan, Bob Milla, Dorothy Orren, Clayton Prest, Moriorie Schlots, Billy Dean Shane, Shirley Shaw, Bob Shoop, Dorothy Taylor, William Thompson, Alice Woeclnter, Gene Waibel. R. E. Bicklard, Supt., Ruth Beetler, Ada Bridges, Betty Briggs, Dorothy Briggs, Williarn Cutter, Jay H. Daily, Francis Edwards, Robert Gibson, Paul Haines, Joann Heiken, Jean Hoyt, Dorothy Jones, Wilma Kseter, Theocbre Kenddl, Wildern Lynall, Dalene May, Hariet Matzlulr May Neal, Helen Taylor, Franklin Vogel. R. E. Bickford, Supt., Bill Aman, Dondd Beetler, Flossie Bowen, Robert Boyer, Thelma Cdlister, Willian Carter, Betty Clark, Bill Correll, Melvin Coulter, Marvin Courtright, Bill Cowley, Anita Crozier, Betty Dunton, Roland Eckhoff, Mary Jane Gibbs, Robert Hdl, Cecelia Johnson, Graoe Keyser, Ruby LoFollette, Phoebe Lott, Halo McKinty, Irene Nelson, Deloris Ratclilf, Donna Ray, Jack Reed, Dale Shane, Jim Sheley, Gene Shissler, Milaed Thurst, Eloise Wdbel. R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Ellery Adans, Roberta Amundsen, Jane Brown, Robert Burns, Wilma Dunn, Mary Craig, Blanche Edwads, Eileen Gooding, Kathaine Haines, Chales Hakness, Richard Hatley, Robert Keefer, Richad Karth, Claence Krlsher, Dorothy McKown, Macille McKown, William McKown, Willian Neal, Kenneth Nelson, David Pankde, Maion Penn, Dde Petty, Matha Schlots, Chester Taylor, Ber- della Wickwire, Jearn Yerby, Orville Ziemer. R. E. Bickford, Supt.g Rydene Amundsen, Jorrnes Arbagast, Margaret Boice, Dornrna Cdlister, Jo Ann Courtridnt, Katherine Craig, Joan Crouch, Elvessa Crozier, Donald Dean, Mary Eakhoff, Williarn Foster, Eugene Geber, Dwight Janes, Joseph Kendall, William. King, Bertha Karth, David Darth, Kenneth Krisher, Mary Lmsley, Raymond Livingston, Andy McCoy, Gene McCoy, Leland McDonald, Ruth Plumer, Wilford Rimington, Mildred Rushing, Robert Scholl, Richad Schrimp, Matha Sheley, Barbara Shissler, Donald Shoop, Mary Wagna, Caol Weyhridn, Willis Windish. R. E. Bickford, Supt., Sue Barkley, Phyllis Bleichner, James Dwbgf, Gnales Dunton, Winifred Duvd, George Edwards, Cal Ekena, Dolores Endres, Shirley Gilman, Dale lreton, David Johnston, Virgil Judd, William Keeler, Jacqueline Korenowski, Fred McCoy, Hary McCoy, Clifford Miles, Babaa Myers, Dole Nel son, Harlan Nidneson, Donald Patton May Lou Rosecrans, Kenneth Shane Donna Shissler, Ruth Super, Walter Taylor Donna Worslord. R. E. Bickford, Supt., Phyllis Aman, 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 Chales Atherton, Janes Dunn, Derma Baclay, Geraldine Duval, Kersneth Bowen, Donald Haalnn, May Driskell, Betty Howad, Bill Gibbs, Charles Jud, Dldr Windish, Tom lreton, Carl Karth, Faye Waechter, Emerick Karenowskl, Mallyn Jones, Ann Mdner, Bill Butterlield, Ray Maxwell, Phyllis McDandd, Russell Sherlock, Bill McCoy, Arlene Snow, Albert Neal, Raymond Smith, Charles Nickeson, Ronnie Watkins. R. E. Bickford, Supt., Ruth Gilman, Derald Hadnn, Ruth Snyder, Ridnard Meehan, Errol Brewer, Faye Boice, Janes McCoy, Jane Meehan, Robert Taylor, Evelyn Hawiok, Shiela Shissler, Howad Layman, Doris Dunrn, Virgil Day, Ruth Ann Hoyt, Magoret Geber, Riclnad Duval, Matilda Wagner, Dale Crozier, Minnie Purtle, Deloris Persdr, Herb Butterfield, Magery Haines, C. Dean Murbck, Robert Schultz, Magaret Shoop, Robert Hall, Betty McAlister, Harry Bain, Dondd Ekerna, Ann Miles, Emest Duvdl, Pasy Hawick. R. E. Bidzfard, Supt., Joann Adans, Ronald Aman, Ralph Bacher, Jack Bick- ford, Helen Bridson, Jane Burrows, Stevs Cara, Janet Clak, Amydell Clerrnonds, Wlllian Doubet, Cornrnie Foose, Waren French, Albert Hacker, Betty Ruth Haines, Kenneth Howad, Eugene Johnson, Joann Johnston, Willian Keyser, Patsy Keeler, Lawrence Keen, Wilma Kelme, Maiasne Miller, Charles Ned, Marge Nelson, Willad Par, Malys Robertson, Brian Rodgers, Alan Rosecrans, Earl Rusch, Bawyrn Snane, Eal Sheley, Betty Sollen- berger, Gene Wilson, Duane Yerby, Fritz Grover. R. E. Bickbrd, Sup'-: Www' Callister, Shirley Gray, Janice Worley, Donnie Meehan, Marilyn Austin, Joan Bacher, Chalene Bateman, Madelyn Beanefr Hazel Emery, May Elll0fYr Rmdd Flu' frock, Dean Glenn, Barbaa Hdnn, Darldd Howad, Clifford Kinnicutt, Robert Kare- nawski, Regina Layman, Ruth McDonald, Berwyn Meehan, Joarnrne Moravelx, P9917 ummk, Mnory Rosecrans. Bvffr Ryrneorson, Janet Shissler, George sllblr Mailyn Van Sidcle, Dorothy WWMH Paricia Walker. R. E. 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