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

 - Class of 1956

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Social Studies ROLLAND CADY I R. E. BICKFORD, supr. ee' ' , 5 Knox College, B.S. 1 l,., Univ. of Iowa, M.A. .'f 1' Sci. and Math. , .., . V . V DONALD SERUP Bradley Univ., B.S. Shop JEAN C. RISEN GLADYS PROCTOR Ill. State Normal Univ. Knox College Bradley Univ., B.S. Music Commercial DEAN HOWARD Baldwin Wallace College B.M. E . Univ. of Michigan M.M. Bradley Univ. B S. Bio., Sci. DWW WB Q CLARA E. MCCRAITI-I Bradley University, B.S Home Economics ,,... ' gxziifif JIQ3 . L . i1:2:i?f iYf?.fv5. CHARLES SMITH Univ. of Missouri, B.S. Agriculture RUTH MONROE Bradley Univ. Univ. of Ill,, B.S. Latin, English Seniors Sally George, President, Karl Taylor, Vice President, Pat Simpson, Secretary-Treasurer. ln September of 1952, 54 very frightened "little freshmen" entered the halls of ECHS. That year we elected Mack Street as President, Ada jones as Vice President, and Bernard Snider as Secretary-Treasurer. We also sponsored an all-school party which we all enjoyed. In 1953, 53 of us entered as sophomores in the new school building. This year we elected George Whitney as President, Dick Eccles as Vice President, Carla Haines as Secretary-Trea- surer, and Diane Butterfield as Reporter. In 1954, 47 of us were juniors. This year we elected Karl Taylor as President, Carla Haines as Vice President, Diane Butterfield as Secretary-Treasurer, and Vonda Archibald as Reporter. This was our first really big year in high school. On November 19, 1955, we gave our play, A DATE WITH JUDY, which was a huge success. It was also our job to sponsor the Prom which we called "Moonlight Gardens. " It was a delightful evening and a complete success. This is our last year in ECHS. We are 48 in number, the largest so far to graduate from ECHS. This year we elected Sally George as President, Karl Taylor as Vice President, Pat Simpson as Secretary-Treasurer, and Larry Cox as Reporter. This is our biggest year in school and many important things have taken place. On October 7 we initiated the freshmen, which proved to be a delightful pastime. On October 27, we sponsored a Chili Supper and Stunt Night as a part of the Homecoming Celebration. The evening was a big success. The following evening was the Homecoming game and dance. Although it rained for the game, there was a record crowd at the dance. March 23 brought our play which was a complete success in spite of a few details which were slightly out of line. We spent a day at Galesburg Library in doing research for our Lorado Taft Essays. Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Bickford accompanied us. Baccalaureate was held on May 27 with the Presbyterian Church in charge of the service. Class Day was held the following afternoon, May 28. Then on May 31, Graduation came and we Seniors were, as our motto stated, "Out of School Life, into Life's School. " FACULTY FEEDING THEIR FACES CHEF? SENIORS SING HAPPY COUPLE CHOW LINE AT THE STEAK FRY Seniors VONDA ARCHI "von" BALD "Love makes the world go round. " PEGGY BROADFIELD llpegll "Happy, busy, work well done, but finding plenty of time for fun. " ETHEL BEARD "ViCki" "Ear1y to bed, Earl to ri se Y , May make you healthy, But won't make you wise!" JOSEPH BOATW Iluloe ll DIANE BUTTERFIELD "Lil' Butternut" "A giggle, a dash, a shriek, and a crash. " RIGHT "Not as bashful as he looks. " PATRICIA CHAMBERS ..Pat.. "AIways ready for a good time. " LARRY BOYER "Boyer" "What the Devil won't do to you, the women will. " MARY COLIGAN llMaryIl "Never speak sense when nonsense will serve the purpose. " A isa, I pg ,ga Li MQ Egolf H xii iss IEA: we as f eta ,S Nara .gg glfiiuwiiig if?-id s f :V W K ec .... - E, T51 fi 'gif I , jr G. 'V EVERETT COX njohnn Work fascinates me- I could sit and look at it for hours. " BETTY DUGGINS IlDuggiell "Studying does not take all her time. ' LARRY COX "Coxie" "I'm thro' with girls, they cheat and lie. Hey! Look at that blonde that just walked by . RICHARD ECCLES "DiCk" "He smiled and said, 'Don't rush me girls. " RAYMOND COX HROCKH "He hastens slowly. ' SALLY GEORGE Ylsalll "Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her marks are A's. " JEAN DAVIS "Freddie" 'Accepts life as she meets it. " GENE GILMAN "Geno" "The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed. " CAROLYN GREENE "Carol" 'She has a head start in life. " STEPHEN HARDING "Steve" "Sma11 but mighty. " LOUISE GUNTER "Doroth " Y 'I know myself bet than anyone. " ICI' DELMAR HAUK "Dagmar" "A friend of all. " CARLA HAINES llBabyll 'Live, laugh, and love. " CHARLES HOWARD "Chuck" "Whose big boy am I?" BLAIR HAINES "Marcus" "He could sing the savageness out of a bear. " ROBERT HOWARD "Bob" "If you can't smile, laugh. " 'W ff ,.Vk V ,. x 1 , 51 if -K K t .ei .,,. I 1 7 7 1 - -- f f : 9 ADA JONES "Jersey" "A girl with personality plus. " PHILLIP KRATZER "Phi1" "Life is no joke- girls either. " SAMUEL JONES "Sam" "I like a girl to come right out and say what she thinks - if I agree with her. " JAMES MARTIN llilimll "Sometimes I sit and think, sometimes I just sit. " JACKIE KILPATRICK NTB.. "Music comes from her fingertips. " DANIEL MCBETH "Boone" "The world knows nothing of its greatest men. " BRIAN KJELLENBERG "Hot Rod" "Beware - I may yet do something sensationa1l" JAMES MCGUIRE "Mickey" "l wasn't built for speed, but somehow I manage to get there. " THOMAS MCINTYRE vvT0mv1 "The tall and bashful type. HARRY SHERLOCK llBuCkll "School wou1dn't be so bad if it weren't for the books and the faculty. " DANNY MERCER "Shorty" "The South will rise again!" ROBERT SHISSLER "Rocket Ray" "He can sing, he can dance, he can turn hand-stands too, there's hardly a thing that Rocket can't do. " MARY PERSAK rvpercyvv "She's out to cure the world." SHARON SLOAN "Sherry" "The world laughs with her. " SANDRA PHARES Sandy She says she s bashfull PATSY SIMPSON Iipatll "Love is like measles, we all have- to go through itI" BEVERLY SNIDER "Bev" "You can live without friends, You can live without books, But civilized men can't live without cooks. " SHIRLEY WALKER' "Shirt-tail" "Seen but not heard. " CARROLL STAMBAUGH ulstamvv "You can tell by sight, he's the quiet type. DE LORES WHITMORE "DeedIes" "She's good when not otherwise. " ALICE STEER HAI!! Never trouble trouble, 'til trouble troubles you. " GE "He ORGE WHITNEY "Eli" never hurries and never worries. " KARL TAYLOR HKK.. "For Karl is honest, good, and true, Without him what would the seniors do?" DALE WORLEY lYRedlI Eat, drink, and be merry. " My S? Jaffa? QQ Q 2 ' Wig 3135 3? 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PIONEER COLLIERIES CO. Laura Illinois 40 Prophecy Good evening ladies and gentlemen. I want to welcome all of you to the grand opening of Dale Worley's Outer Space Summer Resort. Dale is more widely known as President of Cater- pillar. It has been thirty years since our class of "56" has gotten together for a banquet, and I am happy to see that all of us could make it. We are all very anxious to hear what our class- mates have been doing during the last thirty years. When I approached the first table, I saw that we had some celebrities among us. Blair Haines who is now one of the world's most famous singers. He told me that Eddie Fisher gave him his first big break in show business. Beside Blair is Sally George who has given up her job as private secretary to Samuel Goldwyn II to become B1air's most devoted admirer. Seated next to them is jackie Kilpatrick, one of the most celebrated pianists in the universe. She left her tour on Mars early to be with us this evening. Seated in the left wing are Pat Simpson who is head of a musical company, and Pat Chambers who is in charge of the make-up department. They have just returned from Europe with their new show, "Guys and Rockets". This show is a huge success, and we are very proud to have them with us tonight. joe Boatwright and jim McGuire, who are seated at one of the front tables, have just recent- ly developed a new food called "nourishment in a capsule, " which is very convenient for taking on long rocket cruises because a months supply can be placed in the pocket of your space suit. It is being used for the first time tonight. We hone all of you will try some. They have a brilliant career at the john Hopkins' Research Center in Baltimore. Seated next to them are Carroll Stambaugh, and Tom Mclntyre. They are wealthy rocket farmers in Florida. They sell their products to the johns Hopkins' Research Center in Baltimore making the "nourishment in a capsule. " Over to our right we see Mary Persack, Carol Greene, jean Davis, Mary Colgan, and Ethel Beard who are setting up a medical space clinic on the satellite between earth and jupiter. We wish them the best of luck and Iwould like to announce that any contribution to this worthy cause will be greatly appreciated. You may give your contributions to Sandra Phares, head re- ceptionist, to Doctor Romick Einstein. Over in the corner are Bob Shissler, and the former Ada jones. It seems that they have finally decided to try to make a go of it after all these years. Ada was head of the Child Therapy Clinic for Martian Misfits. Bob has gone back into the seed corn business, and is president of Shissler Incorporated. Good luck in the light-years ahead. Seated near the back are johnie Cox and Brian Kjellenberg who own their own garage. They have just recently completed and successfully tested the "Coxenberg Special. " It has many new features. It travels 500 miles an hour, is accident proof, and is used only on the earth. Steve Harding, Delmar Hauk, Raymond Cox, and Danny Mercer, have been given medals for bravery in their exploration of a new planet called Monitor which is beyond jupiter. Seated to the right of them is Diane Butterfield who is now the head secretary for the Uni- versal Air Force. It seems that she has made quite a hit with certain men in the air force. In the center of the room is Gene Gilman. He has just opened a new clothing store in which he is featuring pastel colored space suits for summer vacations. Be sure and get yours now before they are all sold out. To the far right is Charles Howard who is now the head bookkeeper for Robert Howard's chain of Kroger Stores on earth, Mars, and Venus. Sitting on the front row are Phillip Kratzer and his charming wife Vonda Archibald. They have just arrived from their moon haven of 2000 acres and their fine family of five children. Next we have Senator Karl Taylor who is now campaigning for re-election with better sky- ways to Mars as one of the main planks in his platform. Next to him is George Whitney the most well-known lawyer in the universe, who is Karl's campaign manager. To the left are Beverly Snider and Alice Steer. They are taking a vacation from their families on earth. We all remember that Beverly was the first one of our class to get mar- ried. Alice Steer is now married to a plumber and has I2 little plumberettes. Sitting by the door is Larry Boyer who designed my summer resort. He is head of the B Si B Builders which he is now expanding to the other planets. Standing beside me is his wife the former Carla Haines who is his private secretary and helps him run his business. THE PENNY SUPER MARKET "The Store that Grows with' the Years" Established since 1927 Dick Eccles who is sitting near the back of the room is coach of the Elmwood University basketball team. His team has just won the Universal Tournament. We are all very proud of his success. The Reverend Sam jones is inviting all of us to attend his church next Sunday to hear our former classmate, Dorothy Gunter, now a famous missionary, who will speak about her ex- periences in Venus. Jim Martin and Harry Sherlock are head diesel mechanics at the new caterpillar branch on Saturn. Shirley Walker and Deloris Whitmore, who are sitting on the right, have their own Home EC program on television broadcast direct from station ECHS on Mercury. To the right are Betty Duggins and Peggy Broadfield who are running a new shoe store fea- turing light-weight magnetized space boots for women. They are of the newest style and the prices are reasonable. Congratulations on your successful business. Seated near the back is Danny McBeth who has recently become vice president to the chain of Rexall Drug Stores throughout America. Coming in the door are Larry Cox and Sharon Sloan, who we understood would be late due to difficulties in rocket connections. Sharon is the head stewardess for the Universal Rocket Line which travels to all the planets in the universe. Larry is emcee for Cox's Conglomer- ation of Comedy sponsored by Cadet Corn Crackers. We close our program this evening with a moonlight swim in Lake "56" named for our class, and we hope that we can all get together in another thirty years. THE END ? Juniors Carol Greene, Secretary-Treasurer, Sharon Ekena, Report- er, Judy Purcell, Vice President, Ronnie Coon, President. THE JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY OF '56 One morning late in August of 1953, fifty-three freen freshmen entered the halls of ECHS to spend the following four years there. Our first class meeting was held in September and our advisor was Mr. Cad? We elected the following officers: Doug Coulter, President, Ronnie Coon, Vice Presiden' ind Linda Parker, Secretary-Treasurer. We had a skating party and hay rack ride during he year. In the fall of '54 we were back as sophomores. Class officers were as follows: Co- Presidents, Karen Kleen and Richard Coong Judy Purcell, Secretary-Treasurer: and Reporter, Carol Smith. Mr. 1-lamman was our advisor. On November 10, we had an all school party. Refreshments were served and everyone had a nice time. In January about thirty sophomores held a party which ended in a sleigh ride. Hot chocolate and cookies were served. The biology class held a bake sale to raise money for an armadillo. It died. The biology class also took a trip to Chicago. They visited The Field Museum and Brookfield Zoo on May 7, 1955. Mr. Cady sponsored our trip. On September 6, 1955, we were enrolled as juniors with Mrs. Monroe as our advisor. We had a class meeting in late September and the following officers were elected: Ronnie Coon, President, Judy Purcell, Vice Presidentg Carol Greene, Secretary-Treasurer, and Sharon Ekena, Reporter. Our Junior play, "Girl Crazy," was held November 15, 1955. It was a big success. We received our Class rings after we came back from Thanksgiving vacation. We were all very proud of them. We had a bake sale April 7, 1956 to raise more money for the Prom, which was held on May 4. The theme was "Sealand Fantasy. " We are all looking forward to being enrolled as seniors next year. lu A "oooD COMPARING NOTES ..I DIDNT D0 IT... PERK UP GIRLS - 1T's ONLY 3 A.M.i McFALL'S MONUMENT Galesburg Illinois . 15" K L ' I ' ig, .. Q ff , we : 1 'I , , VL. . ff ' vu -7 I K Q, .ifk, Yr V I KWL i - - - 'm" " zi, m'-11 . . Z ' '- It mX ,h , ' , H .. f . , n,,,. ., , ,f N . ,A L VV,V , wigs, J I 45..""'w I . " I' ""' 1 I, . gp, ,,, . , 5 V, 'IF' f"""' . I , 1 fir! l I M' K ill I I I I md' V 'of' ,,k' w i fi' ' M, , I .r,k , K a,.,,,,,, E, V' 14, Q-! W, K ,fy YW, 55353, I --H K. 5.14, . 1 V g 12, . K , "Vis 2. Q., I I V , ' , , A H IWJ, 1 g 7 . .M .. 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FOURTH ROW: Janet Harlan, Frank Harkness, Kay Howell, Barbara Kell, Tom Kilpatrick, Karen Kleen, Betty Largent. FIFTH ROW: Stewart Lewis, Violet Lewis, Larry McCoy, Catherine Mclntyre, Joyce Nelson, Larry Page, Sonny Patterson . SIXTH ROW: Dale Patton, Mary Etta Pettow, Larry Proctor, Judy Purcell, Bil.l Robinson, Carolee Smith, john Wilson. SEVENT ROW: Claude Spellman, Maurice Stambaugh, Jim Strappe, Bill Traver, Joyce Webber. Absent are Linda Parker and Mary Ann Vance . Funk's "G" Hybrids SHISSLER SEED COMPANY Field Seeds gl Fertilizers H GOING STEADY MAN? AT woRKx Sophomores Duane Runyon, Presidentg jack Jordan, Vice Presidentg Dick Whitney, Secretary and Treasurerg jackie Miles, Reporter. On September 2, 1954, 58 of us entered as Freshmen of ECHS. The first class meeting that was held was conducted by Mr. Cady. Tom jones was elected Presidentg jackie Miles, Vice President: and jim Fruit, Secretary-Treasurer. ln September of 1955, 53 returned to school as Sophomores. This year our officers are Duane Runyon, Presidentg jack Jordan, Vice President: Dick Whitney, Secretary-Treasurerg and Jackie Miles, Reporter. Our first party for this year was an all school dance. In November the Sophomore Class float won second place in the Homecoming parade. The theme of our float was "Elmwood is on the Beam, Princeville is on the Rocks. " We are all looking forward to returning to Elmwood High as juniors next year. sm-zu 1'M THINKING it "ANYBoDY cor A COMB? ' CA SA NOVA LIBERACE7? -he EAT HEARTY , To at r , A s n? il,r A '-,, iiii 5 ' '-it1 i 5 Attt li L iff .lv -A A, " H 12' zf. H . , S V , 1 ii i' xg' ,,.V GLAMOUR GIRL NIGHTY-NIGHTI SHOVEL IT IN ELMWOOD GAZETTE Up to Date on News Elmwood Sophomores TOP ROW: Pat Mclntyre, Gerald Davis, Randall Robinson, Jack Trowbridge, Bob Hayes Jim Groeper, Ronald Sollenberger, Bill Dawson, Charles Chapman. SECOND ROW: Maxine Robinson, Sandra Pillman, Eileen Wagner, Jackie Martin, Judith Lair, Lois Libby, Evelyn Broadfield, Kathryn Bain. THIRD ROW: Donna Swindler, Janice Mercer Jim Dawson, Don Beaty, Larry Mattson, Tom Jones, Wayne Dalton, Nancy Glenn, Letitia Steer. l TOP ROW: Terry Ryan, Glenn Moody, Philip Simpson, Jim Fruit, Lester Endres, Henry Lawrence, Donald Hogue, Tyronne Henderson. SECOND ROW: Sandra Fincham, Kay Windish, Marilyn Schwartz, Judy Duggins, Mary Bourgoin, Mary Emery, Pat Boice, Barbara Harris, Beverly Buskirk. THIRD ROW: Pat Patterson, Mary Dikeman, Vincen Hauk, Dick Whitney, Duane Runyon, Jack Jordon, Jim Sherlock, Jackie Miles, Gloria Swanson. ELMWOOD ELEVATOR CO. Elmwood Illinois t Freshmen Bob Whitney, Secretary and Treasurerg Mary Endres, Reporterg Mary Miles, President: Randy Snider, Vice President. CLASS HISTORY On August 29, of 1955, the Freshman class attended its first school day at ECHS. Our class consists of 69 pupils, and is the largest Freshman class ever to enter Elmwood High. The first few days we spent getting accustomed to the new rules and regulations, the new teachers, and getting to classes on time. At the first of the year we elected the following officers: Mary Miles, Presidentg Randy Snider, Vice Presidentg Bob Whitney, Secretary-Treasurerg and Mary Endres, Reporter. In October the Freshman class made a float which we entered in the Homecoming parade along with the floats which were made by the rest of the classes. Later on, we had a Freshman initiation to which the whole school was invited. All of the Freshmen took part in the initiation. In the month of April, we went to the Americade, a project which was set up to show the growing needs of America. This was held at the Bradley Field House at Peoria. We then held a spring class party which was enjoyed by all. I PICK UP BEAUTY TREATMENT PROFESSIONAL BUMS LOVE SONG PROUD PAPA ,, '.f ' Q DA NCI NG? ? 'I I MICKEY MOUSE MAMBO ON THE WAR PATH CENTRAL ILLINOIS LIGHT COMPANY Elmwood LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT ROUND TWO Freshmen TOP ROW: Nicholas Moore, Robert Sollenberger, David Binegar, Gerald Snider, Kenny Archibald, Bill Folkenroth, Leon Gunter, Roger Davis . SECOND ROW: Joan Hunt, Dorothy Bowen, Ann Mohn, Jo Ann Gutshall, Janice Runyon, Eleanora Overturf, Carolyn Sparks, Mary McBeth, Louise Bourgoin. THIRD ROW: Steve Wrestler, George Cusak, Leonard Gunter, Dale Rynearson, Gary Carry, Jimmy Callihan, Emalena Largent. FOURTH ROW: Kay Harkness, Eleanor Hall, Margo Yarger, Sheila Cusak, Carol Lou Shaheen, Carol Dunn, Barbara Yarger, Linda DeFord. TOP ROW: Darrell Siegel, Bob Woodcock, Jerry Appell, Vincent Hauk, Larry Miles, David Inskeep, Allen Hartley, Philip Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Shirley Slane, Evelyn La Follett, Judy Gillham, Joyce Remington, Jo Ann McLaughlin, Anita McNeil, Linda Chapman, Beverly Book, Joyce McCoy, Judy Keyser. THIRD ROW: Donald Spellman, Gary Fincham, Edward Austin, Ronald Cusak, Kenny Warner, Jeff McKinty, Eugene Polen, David Roffey, Bob La Follette. FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth Talley, Carol Goetz, Randy Snider, Mary Miles, Bob Whitney, Mary Lou Endres, Rosemary Swanson. B. 81 B. BUILDERS SUPPLY Contractor and Builder Trivoli Illinois George Whitney Prom King Lorado Taft Essay Pep Club Award Special Awards Ada jones Tom McIntyre Homecoming Queen Homecoming King Betty Crocker Award Gazette Award Blackhawk Queen Pep Club Award at i2. 5ij L ikf1l:1 'k" ini in , Bu Z k 4 , its had 5 wr it , W M gl v -e lla ? ..,, el a A Sally George Valedictorian DAR Karl Taylor DAR W My ,,Ae'. A nac 2 1,9 K, 5, fx , ,Q f Q: X 4 za ,Q N 3' Q' K 5 N23 X at-ft.. Q, , . f - 1 Di y W f is tp A Q All 'pie X 4. -, .E I Y' A ,..-S.. X X w S f Q it P. Pat Simpson Salutatorian Citizenship Award if ict S ' Steve Harding Gazette Award mg like ' idx A - ' + ' i A .v 5 S3925 f ML , at l my ig! 2 Q3 W We ff-T . Q 25255 QT Q, A at we ,, is xg 4 ' fi 1 A 'HKS , X jackie Kilpatrick Prom Queen Y i,,i .. - Q, if X A K .W yi,-f,. L, 5 1 S Sf 4, 'W f Phil Kratzer De Kalb Award "ciW:fiV'r1 ,A A H H X ' aiteil , Richard Coon .fa K K - tj ' PM Q ' Mary Alice Bourgoin Legion Essay Sr. mv- A 1 1 i"gg " 5 . tt.i A A .4 X22 ,JN the Delmar Hauk Most Co-operative Band QR I ,, vb' N A , ni-' , A Qiasaw " , Sharon Ekena Ronnie Coon McCabe Declamation McCabe Declamation Alumni Free-Throw Award Sweetheart Dance Queen jack jordan ARMSTRONGS Fine Clothing Elmwood if L1 LU O :LE 4 1 .H 42 .Z ul-J ll 4, if A 5 if f? vi if' k uw, 553 aka' Football ., CHEERLEADERS: Pat Patterson, Letitia Steer, Nancy Glenn .lunlor Varsity FRONT ROW: Jerry Apell, Bob Whitney, Jeff McKinty, Nicky Moore, Donald Spellman, David Roffey. BACK ROW: Jack Trowbridge, David Inskeep, Vincent Hauk, Larry Mattson, Gerald Davis, Randy Snider, Bill Folkenroth. FIRST FARMERS STATE BANK Deposits insured by F.D.I.C. "Our business is loaning money." , 'Ev' Varsity FRONT ROW: Iohn Davis, Gerald Eccles, Doug Coulter, Danny McBeth, Steve Harding, Dick Eccles, Larry McCoy. SECOND ROW: Bob Shissler, Karl Taylor, Vernon Broadfield, Larry Mattson, George Whitney, Richard Coon, Larry Cox, Vincent Hauk, Phil Kratzer. BACK ROW: David lnskeep, Floyd Dunham, Claud Spellman, Ed Cosby, Tom McIntyre, Jim Fruit, Malcomb Bollinger, Lester Endres, and Bill Andrews. The E.C.H.S. football team started with a bang and ended with a spurt. Although we had only a record of 2 wins and 6 losses, the team was vastly im- proved and won their first Conference game in several years . Tom Mclntyre was named all Conference guard and Steve Harding was named second team halfback. The graduating lettermen are: George Whitney, Karl Taylor, Tom Mclntyre, Larry Cox, Larry Boyer, Bob Shissler, Richard Eccles. Returning lettermen are: Lester Endres, Vernon Broadfield, Jack Jordon, Jim Fruit, Richard Coon, Doug Coulter, Gerald Eccles, and Malcolm Bollinger. Elmwood 7 Valley 0 Elmwood 7 Toulon 1 8 Elmwood 0 Wyoming 38 Elmwood 0 Wethersfield 42 Elmwood 0 Galva 44 Elmwood 0 Walnut l 4 Elmwood l 3 Princeville 0 Elmwood O Bradford 33 CISEL'S MOBILGAS "Stop at the Sign of the Flying Red Horse" Elmwood, Illinois Basketball CHEERLEADERS: Diane Butterfield, Carla Haines, Karen Kleen, Ada jones. .lumor Varsity FRONT ROW: Jeff McKiney, Tom Jones, Dick Whitney, Ronnie Sollenberger, jerry Appefl, Gary Fincham, and David Roffey. BACK ROW: jack jordan, David Inskeep, Charles Chapman, jim Fruit, Randy Snider, Philip Simpson, Bob Whitney. JUNIO5l7VARSITY RECORD Elmwood 41 Brimfield Elmwood 51 Toulon 53 Elmwood 31 Yates City 24 Elmwood 38 Wyoming 43 Elmwood 38 Wyoming 37 Elmwood 32 Brimfield 47 Elmwood 27 Galva 24 Elmwood 33 Wethersfield 40 Elmwood 42 Wethersfield 63 Elmwood 36 Galva 71 Elmwood 43 Yates City 35 Elmwood 64 Walnut 57 Elmwood 46 Walnut 45 Elmwood 39 Princeville 42 Elmwood 53 Wi lliamsfield 43 Elmwood 58 Bradford 36 Elmwood 59 Bradford 48 Elmwood 59 Glasford 40 Elmwood 20 Princeville 43 Elmwood 54 Toulon 66 PRINCEVI LLE TOURNEY Elmwood 52 Wethersfield 48 Elmwood 57 Toulon 33 Elmwood 40 Princeville 59 Compliments of RAMSHAW MOTOR SALES Elmwood, Illinois Varsity BACK ROW: Dan McBeth, Blair Haines, Larry Cox, Jerry Blankenship, Bob Shissler, Doug Coulter. FRONT ROW: Richard Coon, Sonny Patterson, Sam Jones, George Whitney, Phil Kratzer, Steve Harding. The 1955-56 Trojan basketball team was the preseason favorite for the Blackhawk Conference title. Due to about twenty seconds we lost the championship to a strong Galva team that went on to win twenty one in a row and were never stopped till they got to the game against Galesburg in the Galesburg Regional. But we came out second. This year the Blackhawk was very strong with three teams winning twenty games or more. Elmwood ended up with a splendid record of 20 wins and 7 losses . 1930 was the last time Elmwood won 20 games . Elmwood lost 4 games in tournament play and 3 in regular scheduled play. In the Elmwood Tourney, we won fourth place and in the Princeville Tourney we won second place. For once Elmwood wasn't small, but had four starters at six two and one at five eleven. This year George Whitney was named unanimously as All Conference Center and Sam jones was named on the second team. Sam, who in his Junior year was named All Conference Center, was handicapped by illness throughout the year. This year we lose eight seniors and returning are two lettermen who were starters, Richard Coon and Sonny Patterson. Also returning are Doug Coultor and jerry Blankenship. PALACE THEATER "Relax and see a good movie" Elmwood, E. L. Hahn, Mgr. Varsity Lettermen VARSITY RECORD Elmwood 70 Brimfield 54 39,49 Elmwood 72 Yates City 59 Elmwood 61 Wyoming 59 Elmwood 61 Galva 50 Elmwood 50 Wethersfield 54 Elmwood 65 Yates City 35 Elmwood 58 Walnut 55 Elmwood 85 Williamsfield 49 Elmwood 75 Bradford 56 Elmwood 57 Princeville 56 Elmwood 62 Toulon 79 Elmwood 51 Brimfield 48 Elmwood 65 Wethersfield 62 Elmwood 34 Galva 37 X Elmwood 48 Walnut 41 A C-y as Elmwood 67 Princeville 61 l ' y Elmwood 56 Bradford 54 s"' Elmwood 74 Glasford 53 A Elmwood 56 Toulon 45 jg M4 ELMWOOD TOURNEY PRINCEVILLE TOURNEY Elmwood 61 Brimfield 60 Elmwood 79 Princeville Elmwood 52 Farmington 59 Elmwood 57 Wyoming Elmwood 41 Wethersfield 50 Elmwood 70 Toulon REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Elmwood 59 Spalding 95 MILLER FARM SUPPLY "Feed and Supplies You Need" Elmwood, Illinois Q 64 55 74 Baseball and Track BACK ROW: jim Fruit, Tom McIntyre, Richard Coon, Vincent Hauk, Malcolm Bollinger. FRONT ROW: David lnskeep, Dick Eccles, Tom jones, jack jordan, Philip Kratzer. The Elmwood Track team participated in several track meets this year. At the most important one, the Blackhawk Conference Track Meet at Galva, Richard Coon placed in high jump, Malcolm Bollinger placed in shot put, and Dick Eccles placed in the 100 yard dash. ' Seniors on the track team included Tom McIntyre, Dick Eccles, and Phillip Kratzer. Returning track members are: Jim Fruit, Richard Coon, Vincent Hauk, Mal- colm Bollinger, David lnskeep, Tom jones, Jack Jordan. BACK ROW: Larry McCoy, Doug Coulter, Richard Coon, Randy Snider, John Cox. FRONT ROW: Steve Harding, Eugene Pollen, Danny McBeth, David lnskeep, Gary Finchman. The Elmwood Baseball team had a fairly good season this year with a record of five wins, six losses and one tie. Graduating players are: Steve Harding, Danny McBeth, Dick Eccles, John Cox. Returning players are: Larry McCoy, Doug Coulter, Richard Coon, Randy Snider, Eugene Pollen, David lnskeep, Gary Finchman. RUSHlNG'S SANDWICH SHOP Homecooked Meals and Steaks Elmwood, Illinois Chorus This year found about 75 enrolled in chorus . Of this number 14 were boys and 61 were girls . Out of this number 30 represented Elmwood in the Blackhawk Choral Festival at Princeville on March 12 . Blair Haines sang The Blind Ploughman, as our special number that evening. The Festival was directed by Mr. Lloyd Pfautsch, in- structor at Illinois Wesleyan University. Five girls, five boys, and two piano contestants represented Elmwood at District Contest at Limestone on March 24. Blair Haines won first and went to the State Con- test where he received a second place rating. Out of the group sent to Limestone, nine received second rating. On April 3, the entire chorus presented a group of songs for the Women's Club at the High School Gymnasium . Out of the choral group, eight sophomores and one senior organized a group which they called the Looney Tuners . Their first appearance was at the junior Class play. Later, they took part in a rural youth contest and were rated among the top ten to appear on the Farm and Home Program at Champaign. This group also appeared on television at Champaign and on WMBD radio program and on many local programs . Henry Lawrence, Joe Boatwright, Duane Runyon, Jack Jordan, Mary Dikeman, Pat Patterson, Kay Windish, Gloria Swanson, Nancy Glenn. Seated: Miss Proctor. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Elmwood, Illinois Phone 2491 TOP ROW: Beverly Buskirk, Nancy Glenn, Barbara Harris, Jack Jordan, Duane Runyon, Henry Lawrence, Linda Chapmen, Evelyn Broadfield, Jo Ann Gutshall. SECOND ROW: Sandy Pillman, Kay Harkness, Pat Patterson, Gloria Swanson, Eileen Wagner, Mary Emry, Jackie Miles, Carol Lou Shaheen, Lois Libby. THIRD ROW: Kay Windish, jackie Martin, Mary Dikeman, Judy Keyser, Janice Runyon, Patty Boice, Mary Alice Bourgoin, Letltla Steer, Sandra Fincham. BOTTOM ROW: Mlss Proctor, Donna Swindler, Joyce McCoy, Eleanora Overturf, Eleanor Hall, Carol Dunn, Linda Deford, Elizabeth Talley, Carolyn Sparks, Mary McBeth. TOP ROW: Carol Smith, Sharon Ekena, Pat Simpson, Larry Cox, Karl Taylor, Delmar Hauk, Virginia Ekena, Judy Purcell. SECOND ROW: Carla Haines, Bob Shissler, Blair Haines, Larry Boyer, Dale Worley, Joe Boatwrlght, Ronald Coon, Doug Coulter, Mary Colgan. THIRD ROW: Joyce Webber, Shirley Walker, Jackie Kilpatrick, Ada Jones, Mary Etta Pettow, Jean Davis, Karen Kleen, Joyce Nelson, Janet Faubel, Beverly Snider. FOURTH ROW: Diane Butterfield, Linda Parker, Barbara Kell, Pat Chambers, Mary Vance, Pat Dunn, Violet Lewis, Janet Harlan, Delores Whitmore, Ethel Beard. D gl H MOTOR CORP. Oldsmobile Sales 81 Service Elmwood Future Homemakers of America STANDING: Janet Harlan, Historian: Nancy Glenn, Recreation Chairmang Gloria Swanson Projects Chairmang Mrs. McCraith, Advisor: Kay Windish, Song Leader: Sharon Ekena Parlxa mentariang Patty Boice, Projects Chairmang SEATED: Diane Butterfield Vice President Linda Parker, Presidentg Sandra Phares, Treasurer: Peggy Broadfield, Secretary. F.I3I.A. is a national organization. Our local chapter has a membership consist ing of 65 girls . The following is the calendar of events for 1955-1956 August 24 ..... Picnic for the incoming freshmen September 12- 1 6 September 13 October 21 . October 30 to December 19 January 18 . February 11 April 20 . . April 26. . Nov. 5. . . Courtesy Week .Piggy Bank Party . .Halloween Hop . . F.H.A. Week .Christmas Party Daddy Date Night Sweetheart Dance . St. Louis Trip . . Style Show ELMWOOD FASHION SHOP Mrs . Mabel Shaw Elmwood, Illinois TOP ROW: Rowena Geeseman, Judy Purcell, Joyce Nelson, Carol Smith, Mary Etta Pettow, Janet Faubel, Jackie Kilpatrick, Linda Chapman. SECOND ROW: Violet Lewis, Joyce Remington, Jo Ann McLaughlin, Judy Keyser, Eleanor Overturf, Dorothy Bowen, Ann Mohn, Kay Harkness. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Emry, Betty Duggins, Betty Largent, Judy Lair, Mary Bourgoin, Barbara Harris, Louise Bourgoin, Joan Hunt. FOURTH ROW: Carla Haines, Pat Patterson, Beverly Book, Mary Dikeman, Virginia Ekena, Ada Jones, Catherine McIntyre, Sandra Fincham, Eileen Wagner. TOP ROW: Jean Davis, Celia Cowley, Barbara Kell, Mary Colgan, Karen Kleen, Sharon Sloan, Mary Vance, Pat Dunn, Beverly Buskirk. SECOND ROW: Jackie Miles, Jackie Martin, Judy Davis, Joyce Webber, Judy Duggins, Evelyn Broadfield, Lois Libby, Mar- ilyn Schwartz, Kathryn Bain. THIRD ROW: Evelyn LaFollett, Pat Chambers, Kay Howell Delores Whitmore, Ethel Beard, Maxine Robinson, Emalena Largent, Janice Mercer, Barbara Yarger, Margo Yarger, Letitia Steer. FOURTH ROW: Mary McBeth, Sandra Pillman, Shelia Cusack, Carol Shaheen, Carol Dunn, Judy Gillham, Jo Ann Gutshall, Linda Deford, Elizabeth Talley, Carolyn Sparks . GERALD WEAVER'S HATCHERY Home of BRED-TO-LAY Chick Williamsfield Illinois Girls Athletic Association l l TOP ROW: Judy Davis, Joyce Webber, Pat Bolce, Mary Ann Emery, Pat Patterson, Mary Alice Bourgoln, Janice Runyon, Louise Bourgoin, Eleanor Overturf. SECOND ROW: Janet Faubel, Elizabeth Talley, Carol Shaheen, Nancy Glenn, Mary McBeth, Rosemary Swanson, Mary Miles, Jo Anne Gutshall, Letitia Steer. THIRD ROW: Barbara Harris, Sandra Fincham, Judy Glllham, Jo Ann McLaughlin, Shirley Slane, Mary Hall, Carolyn Sparks, Linda DeFord, Sandra Pillman, Ethel Beard. FOURTH ROW: Mary Dikeman, Janet Harlan, Judy Purcell, Carolee Smith, Jackie Miles, Kay Howell, Sharon Ekena, Miss Fitzgerald. FIFTH ROW: Jackie Martin, Ada Jones, Virginia Ekena, Sharon Sloan, Karen Kleen, Mary Ann Vance, Joyce Nelson. G.A.A. has been very active this year. They have sponsored a bake Pl sale and a show as a means of making money. They have also been sell- , ing candy bars during the noon hours with the pep club. For the first time, Elmwood G.A.A. held a Play Day on April 21. Twelve schools from around the Elmwood area participated, and Yates City helped to sponsor it. The Play Day turned out to be a big success and everybody had a good time. The G.A.A. Banquet this year was held at the Chuckwagon, at which some of the members received their awards, and the officers for the coming year were elected. The officers for this year were: President ............ . . Carol Smith Vice President .... . . Jackie Miles Treasurer . . . . . Janet Harlan Secretary. . . .......... Judy Purcell i Reporter ..... ............ K ay Howell BOWLING? Point Captains .......... Sharon Ekena, Mary Dikeman P.E. CLASS AT REST UP AN' OVER ELMWOOD FOOD CENTER For Fine Foods St Friendly Service Elmwood vi DECK TENNIS AT ITS BEST Pep Club TOP ROW: Ann Mohn, Marilyn Schwartz, Evelyn Broadfield, Mary Ann Vance, Sharon Sloan, Mary Miles, Jackie Kilpatrick, Judy Gillham, Janice Runyon. SECOND ROW: Barbara Kell, Mary Colgan, Henry Lawrence, Vernon Broadfield, Ronnie Coon, Duane Runyon, Larry Proctor, Shirley Slane, Jo Ann McLaughlin. THIRD ROW: Linda Chapman, Judy Davis, Peggy Broadfield, Jean Davis, Patty Boice, Mary Ann Emry, Pat Patterson-, Mary Alice Bourgoin, Eileen Wagner, Jackie Miles. FOURTH ROW: Joan Hunt, Dorothy Bowen, Mary Dikeman, Joyce Nelson, Sharon Ekena, Janet Harlan, Mary Etta Pettow, Barbara Harris, Nancy Glenn, Kay Windish, Letitia Steer. FRONT ROW: Beverly Book, Sandy Pillman, Jackie Martin, Karen Kleen, Carla Haines, Ada Jones, Diane Butterfield, Elizabeth Talley, Sheila Cusak Joyce McCoy. This year the pep club had a membership of fifty-five . We sponsored skits at pep meetings which everyone seemed to enjoy. We held parent's night when the parents of the basketball boys were honored . The fathers wore the same numbers as their sons, and the mothers were given flowers . The pep club sold candy during noon hours to raise money. Trophies for good sportsmanship were given to one boy in football and boy in basketball. A record is kept of these boys from year to year on a plaque in the gym. President ...... . . Sharon Ekena Vice President ..... .... K ay Windlsh Secretary-Treasurer. . . Diane Butterfield Reporter ....... .... P atty Boice Advisor . . . . Miss Risen CARTER'S BODY SHOP Body-Fender-Mechanical work-Custom Upholstery work 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Latin Club STANDING: Mrs. Monroe, David Roffey, Larry Miles, Glenn Moody, Jim Dawson, JackTrowbridge, Randy Snider, Charles Chapman, Jim Fruit, Jackie Miles, Sandra Pillman, Rosemary Swanson, Nickie Moore, Bob Whitney, Jeff McKinty, Jackie Martin, Donald Spellman. SEATED, first row: Allan Hartley, Jerry Appell, Tom Mclntyre, Bob Howard, Gene Gilman. SECOND ROW: Wayne Dalton, Jack Jordan, Philip Simpson, Henry Lawrence, Duane Runyon. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Endres, Carol Goetz, Delorls Whitmore, Tom Jones, Shirley Slane. FOURTH ROW: Letitia Steer, Dick Whitney, Barbara Harris, Mary Miles. The Latin Club is a newly formed organization at ECI-IS . Anyone who has taken Latin is eligible for membership. We have thirty-five members in our Latin Club and hope to have more next year. The Highlight of the year for the Latin Club was a Roman Banquet held on Feb- ruary 21, 1956. All of the Latin students appeared in Roman Style Clothing. There were prizes for the Best dressed boy and girl. Dinner was served, also in Roman style. Two chairs were pushed together so we could lie down and eat. The dinner, which we all enjoyed, was prepared by Mrs . Monroe and the girls . We hope to have a Roman Banquet next year. Following the dinner a very entertaining Roman program was presented by some of the Latin Club members . Those students who maintained an average of 90 for five six-weeks will receive a certificate of merit. 'in tein -KP? . . -. I-. 75 3-a ir 'f :E 1 ---- - :fg - - ,,f.aaqi:,f:'f f.1e.,,.w11 50- ff:1--an-.--s,f,w4.-,fr 'Wi!7S7TQi5fi ',-'sswssiss of .ggfifs i is . 2121.f.,z5.,--Egg, K, 1 -, in 1 - .,., 1 ROMAN WEDDING? EDSONl"gHL2gSHMg INC FRIENDS, ROMANS, COUNTRYMENI Well Equipped to Serv,e You Phone 3411 Elmwood as 'Echo Staff' STANDING: Pat Boice, Jackie Mlles, Mary Lou Endres, Vernon Hauk, Sandra Pillman, Larry Cox, Letitla Steer, Jackie Martin, Kay Howell, Sharon Ekena, Larry McCoy, Miss Risen. SEATED: Douglas Coulter, Carol Smith, Richard Coon, Judy Purcell, Virginia Ekena, Vernon Broadfield, Floyd Dunham. IIECHOII This is the third year the juniors have undertaken a school newspaper. The "Echo" came out once every six weeks and proved to be a huge success. It kept the students up on all the latest news and gossip and featured such things as sports, dances, activities, and the news of all the organizations. It was a lot of work, but we all enjoyed it. We would especially like to thank our advisor, Miss Risen for all the help she has given us. STAFF Co-Editor .... ..... . . . Judy Purcell Co-Editor ..... . . . . . . Carol Smith Feature Editor .... . . Virginia Ekena Art Editor ....... . . . Karen Kleen Assistant Art Editor . . ...... Pat Dunn Sports Editor ...... .... D oug Coulter Special ........ .... F loy Dunham Business Manager ...... Vernon Broadfield Advisor ............... Miss Risen REPORTERS Freshman News ....... Mary Lou Endres Sophomore News .......... Jackie Miles junior News ..... . . Sharon Ekena Senior News . . . .... Larry Cox F.F.A. News . . . . . Larry McCoy F.H.A. News . . . . Linda Chapman G.A.A. News . . . . . Kay Howell F.W.E. News . . . . .Vernon Hauk Latin News ..... . . Letitia Steer Pep Club News .... .... P at Boice Prayer Circle News . . . . Sandy Pillman Band News ..... . . Jackie Martin FORNEY'S CAFE Phone 5421 Elmwood Future Farmers of America I I 1 STANDING, Back row: Gerald Davis, Tyronne Henderson, Lester Endres, Bill Robinson, Larry Mattson, John Davis, Dale Patton, Maurice Stambaugh, Larry Page, Robert Groeper, Vincent Hauk, STANDING, Middle row: James Strappe, Donald Hogue, David Inskeep, Roger Davis, Steve Hard- ing, Steve Wrestler, Robert Woodcock, Darrell Siegel, David Binegar, Bob LaFol1ette, Claude Spellman, Carroll Stambaugh, Bill Dawson, Jim Groeper. SEATED: Pat McIntyre, Philip Cunning- ham, Mr. Smith, Larry McCoy, Tom McIntyre, Phillip Kratzer, Delmar Hauk, Sonny Patterson, Bill Andrews, Edward Cosby, Malcolm Bollinger. On November 4, 1955, the F .F .A. Chapter held their initiation at the Elmwood High School. Later when the initiation was over there was a sock dance . We took field trips, went to sales, and also went to John Deere Day in Yates City. On October 28, the F.F.A. Chapter received third place in the Homecoming parade for their float. On April 19, 14 boys went to Wash- burn on a beef and dairy judging contest in the District. The freshmen and sophomores went on a grain judging contest. President .... . Phillip Kratzer Vice President . . . . Delmar Hauk Secretary . . . . Sonny Patterson Treasurer . . .Tom Mclntyre Reporter . . . Larry McCoy Sentinel. . . . Bill Andrews HICKS MARKET Quality Groceries 81 Meats Elmwood Future Woodworkers of Elmwood ,YA TOP ROW: Ronald Sollenberger, Jack Trowbridge, Harry Sherlock, Jim Sherlock, Terry Ryan, Wayne Dalton SECOND ROW: Jim Dawson, Glenn Moody, John Cox, George Whitney, Randall Robinson, Jim Martin. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Serup, Vernon l-lauk, Larry Boyer, Dick Eccles, Carroll Stambaugh, Brian Kjellenberg. The future Woodworkers of Elmwood ls a new club connected with the Industrial Arts Woodworking Shop which is a new subject at the Elmwood Community High School this year. It is made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. On April 27, the members displayed their projects at the F.H.A. Style Show. The officers are as follows: President ..... ...... D ick Eccles Vice President . . . . . Carroll Stambaugh Secretary .... . . . Carroll Stambaugh Treasurer . . . . Brian Kjellenherg Reporter . . .... Vernon Hauk Advisor .................... Mr. Serup ff- . .,., ,S "GOOD HEALTH TO ALL FROM REXALL" STEER'S PHARMACY Phone 2611 Elmwood ? 'K l d 'wg -I Q P ,i wfgaw -, Q fa t ' i' Q, f ,M e fx it L ,- ,- ,, fc .w-Qg5'g3ffsw'2afi'+,f if 1 ' f Sixfflizfftlf, - wi r7 r.+waf:', f A wage w,xff5:sa" X -,:,,,, Q : . A. -, E Uvis. . Elmwood Communit High School Band This year has been one of work and fun for the members of Elmwood band. Officers were: joe Boatwright, Presidentg jackie Martin, Reporter, Barbara Harris, Librarian. Under the capable direction of Mr. Dean Howard, the band made great progress. It participated this year in the Annual Band Festival at Weathersfield and played at the foot- ball and basketball games. This year the Band Association presented the band members with new black and orange uniforms, which were greatly appreciated. THE FAIR STORE Variety Merchandise Phone 2321 Elmwood H, is -ff.. ,v--up iq , , 1 TASTEE FREEZ Leo and Audrey Duval Open Daily Elmwood Junior Class Play Jake . Danny Louie Cactus Lucky Pete . Lank Molly Tess Rose Betty Janet Sally Laura Babs . "GIRL CRAZY" On November 18, a rollicking comedy entitled "Girl Crazy" was presented by the Junior Class under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Mon- roe . It was greatly enjoyed by all who attended, and proved to be a great SUCCESS . Doug Coulter . .Ronald Coon Stewart Lewis Floyd Dunham . Larry McCoy Tom Kilpatrick . Richard Coon . .Karen Kleen . .Judy Purcell . .Janet Faubel Virginia Ekena . . . .Pat Dunn . . .Judy Davis . .Violet Lewis Carolyn Greene Eaglerock ..... Malcolm Bollinger Sam .......... Vernon Broadfield Lieut. Caddigan .... Jerry Blankship Prompter ...... . . Joyce Webber Square Dancers: Mary Etta Pettow Sharon Ekena Janet Harlan Mary Ann Vance Edward Cosby Larry Page Maurice Stambaugh Larry McCoy Caller Doug Coulter GAMBLES "The Friendly Store" Phone 4321 Senior Class Play BELLES on THEIR TOES On March 23 the Senior Class under the direction of Mrs . Ruth Monroe pre- sented their play, BELLES on THEIR TOES. The following is the cast of char- acters from the lighthearted comedy. Mrs. Gllbreth Anne .... Ernestine . . Martha . . Frank. . . Bill .... Lillian . . Fred . . Dan . . . Jack. . . Bob ..... Tom....... Mr. Hathaway Leora . . . . Dr. Bob .... . Al Lynch . . David Loring . Mr . Crawford Prompter.... REMBRANDT STUDIOS Louis P. De Zelar, Photographer 317 Main Street, Peoria . Peggy Broadfield . . . Carla Haines . . Pat Simpson . . .Betty Duggins . . . . Sam jones . . . Gene Gilman DeloreS.Whitmore . . . Bob Howard . . . Bob Shissler . . Blair Haines . . Dale Worley . . . Jim McGuire . . Joe Boatwright . . . Mary Colgan . . Karl Taylor . . . . Larry Cox . . .Delmar Hauk . . .Raymond Cox . Jackie Kilpatrick Homecoming The Homecoming festivities began with a chili supper held in the cafe- teria, sponsored by the Seniors on Thursday night, October 27 . Immediate- ly after the supper a stunt show was presented by the various classes and organizations. The stunts were very good, each one having as their theme victory for the Trojans and defeat for the Princes. Everyone agreed that the chili supper and stunt show were a huge success . On Friday afternoon the weather was in our favor and classes were let out at 1:00 so that we might see the parade as it went through the town. Leading the floats was the band in their new and very pretty uniforms. Friday night we found the weather no longer in our favor, for it was raining. The game went on even though the field was all mud and the play- ers were soaked by the rain. We were very proud of our boys for they de- feated Princeville 13-0 . A record crowd was present when, at 10:00, the dance got underway in the decorated gym. We danced to the music of Mr. Cady and his orchestra . At 11:00 the winners of the floats were announced with the juniors placing first, the Sophomores, second, and the F.F.A., third. At 11:30 Mr. Stamp crowned Queen Ada jones and King Tom Mclntyre in a very impressive ceremony. Ada's attendants were Sally George, Vonda Archibald, and Carla Haines . Tom's attendants were Dick Eccles, George Whitney, and Philip Kratzer. The dance ended at midnight and everyone agreed that this years Home- coming was one of the nicest ever! SCHULZ GROCERY Elmwood Illinois Phone 3421 Homecoming Headlines FORWARD, MARCH! F.F .A. THIRD PLACE WINNER QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS G.A.A. FLOAT F.H.A. FLOAT SENIOR ENTRY SOPHOMORE SECOND PLACE H ' "W V ' CHORUS LINE FRESHMAN FLOAT GRAND MARCH - W: :aww , ,Qw- ' , .,,. ' Q fe K W' I'VE GOT A SECRET WILSON 'S LUNCH and RECREATION FOLLOW THE LEADER Orville Wilson, Proprietor Elmwood, Illinois The Royal Couple On the evening of May 4, at the Elmwood Community High School gym, the faculty and senior class were guests of the junior class at the annual junior- senior prom. This year the theme was "Sealand Fantasy." The theme was carried out through the entire banquet and prom. At 6:30 a banquet was held. The meal was served by the mothers of the juniors . After the banquet the program started. On the program were the following: The welcome by the junior class president, Ronald Coon, the response by the senior class presi- dent, Sally George, a vocal solo by Karen Kleen: a short talk by Mr. l-lamman, the math instructor at the high school, a short talk by Mr. Bickfordg and then the presentation of gifts to the seniors. The guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs . Garrison, and Mr. and Mrs. Bickford. Mr. Garrison is to be the new principal next year. At nine o'clock the dance started with music by the orchestra of Paul Russel The crowning of the king and queen was held at 11:00 . At this time the grand march was held after which came the royal procession led by Ronald Coon and Judy Purcell, the junior president and vice president, followed by joe Boatwright and Peggy Broadfield, the senior attendants . Behind them were the junior attendants, janet Harlan and Vernon Broadfield and then the king and queen, George Whitney and jackie Kilpatrick. The punch boy, Randy Snider, and the punch girl, Joanne Gutshall, carried the crowns, made of white mums and lavender daisies . At twelve o'clock the dance ended. The ceiling of the decoration consisted of azure blue streamers . The walls were alternated with blue, green, yellow and pink streamers . The punch room was orchid. The lounge was made like a sea cave. It was green and brown and contained sea weed and cjlam shells. The center-piece was a huge octopus, under which the c-ouples danced, and an old chest was at the end of the floor. The throne was made like a clam shell On the north end there was a huge mural, depicting an underwater scene, which was painted by Douglas Coulter and his father. TRIVOLI STATE BANK Trivoli Illinois af B' ' 3 A A ,A ' 4 . SWANSON'S AUTO BODY AND GARAGE Elmwood Illinois 'N M. . 5. Key to baby pictures Beverly Snider Carroll Stambaugh Jackie Kilpatrick lim Martin Sharon Sloan Joe Boatwright Tom McIntyre Pat Chambers Peggy Broadfleld Bob Howard Gene Gilman Vonda Archibald Delores Whitmore WE gir l, ... l A Shirley Walker Larry Cox Sandra Phares John Cox Betty Duggins Sally George Dale Worley Delmar Hauk Danny McBeth Brian Kjellenberg Dick Eccles Mary Persak Dorothy Gunter s.,s,m.r.,.a..,-fmW,,,.,s..,.,a -si, r. Mary Colgan Chuck Howard Alice Steer Karl Taylor Raymond Cox Blair Haines Larry Boyer George Whitney Diane Butterfield Bob Shissler Ada jones Danny Mercer Harry Sherlock Ethel Beard Sam Jones Jim McGuire Carla Haines Jean Davis Steve Harding Pat Simpson Philip Kratzer Carol Greene LEON A . SMITH HAZEL DALTON Jewelry BEAUTY SHOP Farmington, Illinois Elmwood Grade School hglx I JOHN HICKS Janitor m 1 l ' A gf V 'L,.', 'lzy 'LL,1 DON HA RTLEY Principal E3 DEANE KEFFER Janitor 7 ' w ,Q ,, .iv t liliilfffggrglyiafii 'S W if 313 may gi N' of I. K K fag MARIE EKSTRAND First Grade ADA CLINCH Third Grade Grade School Facult ANNA GIBBS First Grade DOTTIE CLARK Third Grade , 5 K . ,fl "il .-I hw. ... ,v LOUISE SHEPHERD MILDRED ROFFEY Fifth Grade ROMA SHIVE LY Language Depa rtme nt Math. and P.E. Department GLADYS PROCTOR Vocal Music LISHMAN OIL COMPANY Zephyr Gas and Oil Rural Delivery ARVETTA LEWELLYN Second Grade I . sf A 77 5- 43 IRMA FLICKINGER Fourth Grade ERMA TIDD Second Grade ILA LAWRENCE Fourth Grade j a , HAROLD TOMPKINS GRACE ATHERTON Sc., Health and P.E. Soc. St. Department Department ' ,. X BETTY SIMPSON Kindergarten MILDRED PATTERSON Kindergarten Compliments of COULTER HOME FURNISHINGS Elmwood I 11 111l K1 -,-ilffi -. . :f,, wr f- 59 "' .ff Nancy Miles .gf ' 1 as Bessie Brown Judith Schwartz K: f . 4 5 kk 1 ,", ,J , F ,K A V . .. ff' lg, : . jack Burns if 2 i ,ff 1 N' f ' ,.-f' F ef -1,522 Roger Boyer -if ,W L Glenn McBeth K 'NH James Swindler Sikk- 1 n,1n 1 nnnne nsnn Howard Schleich ' ,, ensnss 122359, 1 - - . Alberta Swanson '1 een ! " tff-f 1 Mary Ellen Morton ,, fy' jean Hitchock . ,L Mft' .V,, ,. f james Haines Edward Graves l,,' ' 1 Jack Frame '32, W, , mg' Q, David Purcell ,lr :RV 11"l N-L, Jn.: ,lm . 2 john Simpson Eighth Grade I is ffi 35 1 J .V I ,J wk V' . fzfgsazv-11f11r 1 1 Kathleen Kimbrough V, u ,QV M, V 5 Y' u'2"" 7532 V , Kay McCartney e Q L: M i IM , Margaret Ferguson li' if 'ii f 1 .:, V 1 iq, f Dea n Va nce 1 40' jack DeFord fl! .m F9 QM., .WM Bill Dunham . .. Hia -45 in ov""" I .4 - Lou Ann Hoover leei I W ili Virginia Monroe ,. A ,vfMQ:1 , if M., i i W . , in L . 1 is Nancy Runyon 2 4. ' .ww - . ,am HH ry, Kenneth Forney V, M 'i . ttyg Haw 1 Rita Groeper , I f, -,',:.k 151 Vff,- 17.1111 f 1 ,1 - : Linda Bateman slr: ' - Vx Q-2 1 L..,' " 'ff 1 'ttlii Sandra Cochran 1 1' 1 ..l lv' V Robert Parker li' 1. 1' kk we lj: I1 , i q, Eldon Harper james Moravek lg Vtyly I A1 V K tsoe Dexter Harkness Roger Guild 'Z ""' af ff 1 .. 1f hs, Q ,-,: , - f i 1 A is - I 1 Lester Trowbridge Tom Harding MONROE FLOWER SHOP Flowers for all occasions Elmwood, Illinois Ga ry Cox ,iti Donna Webber Analea Davis if . 1 - ' li gfi I V-1Vf 1 1VVkV E E '1 iff' L of Ka ren Beal S K ikikk , 1,7 Tom Reinhart ' 1 ,J 15 1 M fm- f f l ,J ',L'. S155 1 "" .,.-.Q--f Y ep, - 11:52 , I K Lyle Slane A Robert Jones 2, ,I g if X' I jack Gilmer TERRY'S LOCKER SERVICE Yates City, Illinois i il iil m" f5 i ZV: Q51 .I .K Sharon Proctor ooo VQ: ,. 15128 ,.,, Patricia Emery w Ruth Andrews 3551 k,Vkh I 1 it oo'. ?,.. .Sl Dale Runyon rr,r .. Carl Snyder Q ,, f i 2 2. H fi orrr ' - James Windish . ',,' S raar . 'I' 'RN Bob Murphy Seventh Grade P V - '1-' if ' A F l S LAL. 51.6 ' A .5 rryy reee ,,. r . t. W' A "-f X . L"' ,'fo 325-nz - 3 Patricia Fleming Marian Ruth Lawrence Patricia Maher I Q .T rf , A .,'1M:?zf. 1, . Je , www. In I -1 g,igfe5,QpEi5.osfx, V - :J w Dorothy Gillham K f iprw 'Rf ' A if,irP,gP . i.., 4, K ' v,.-, 'Sf :,J""x t fy Betty Pe rryman Robert I-Iogue i : V I Ronnie Boyer ., 'fel 1- fxifii. .-2:4 .,,, ro,,. W ., in 3 if Bags. fy? Robert Talley :af 9 S erie v e 5 a W 5' Q SN 2 1' X, , Q Q. ,-,k ,Egg ,gg Ji' M fi 1555 fa:-'sim-em. t Roberta Hall Aleta Trumpinski V ,'ii - ! i,. we I i 1 iv,-,ff - Janice Windish -,. E , llr , ' ".: i 5' . Q Steve Webber K 4 kkh- A V- W 1 i"- i .'kk' Y-frm? f- f- rf QT Bill Roffey wk -Q 'Y if . , -aff' ,,tli , ' W M Paul Groeper if 5 2 t 'Xj'jQf5" , ff! Alex Morton Walter McKown , ' 5 -.J -.df I My if ,M , . '--M' gfgsso I .ne , janet Lishman W 1 ,.. t :if '- ' 4 4' i 'A Kaz nl: I A- ,.- wh, Mali ,if W .VM11 Y ? i 5-w e 1 I. ,V Sharon Hall I. ggi ri gtk. A S Sandra Klinck P s MP' Ethel Bleichner nav- ' ll I W J ,,.1Q,w I H .fr . ... JSE W ...,.. William McLaughlin Allen Cochran .4- rt I- .RL , W., I irkzy K 'az . mf.. M E .A .4 Harry McFa1l Elmer Stambaugh K 2. M rr, 'F T .. . g f Louise Philbee J AMY i Sherry Clark fi rl' i '.,,-QQ, e was 5 A Marianne Kleen ,M . .r. i 3 I ..,i 1 Dan Boatwright 11. - V1. 9 5 0' S .ii Gary Inskeep X 5 fray I v f .1 1 "' A . .. --H- " i"'t 'l" iii- . i ""' i', ,. " ' pw Brian Hoffman Keith Cox Robert Patterson COZY INN CAFE Compliments of Elmwood HUGH NIXON Illinois Elmwood, Illinois 7 ,X X .-. Q Patricia Hamby W , -W Q I up Patricia Carey , -rise, ff . as 'ff' aa ggi, , Sharon Lewellyn Janet F infrock , J M , , a""' J fX.,'C'f'X , if sz Q- 0 ,Q War ..,, 5 Q . Pamela Lott Suellen Swanson lfwel , X , it W1 .5 - X , -.QW15 -,l X If H L it all Sharon Ray Judith Wallick . ,,g, Pauline Slane Bonnie Bennett :iff -X LQTQL , , Q . Dennis Wrestler George Shaheen f-k. 1 - P- "rf .Xa ...Q A , ff, , g f Raymond Graves Edward Threw DON BROWN Dist. Producers Dairy Products ,V QQ Q ,4 35 nf 6 .. K Sixth Grade K , i., ,- '- Linda Bollinger J ,V .,,-.., Mary Ann Johnson 1 In 5 Ak,, Q vu 401 Patricia Runyon .W rs MP' ' Victoria Cox A im ' K it , -f we Roberta Miles '15 5 Richard Parr , . 'V ,.Xz:' f' stef. he iik I Barry Coulter " f --1 -,,', - : 1, X34 wfgei Betty Hall ,--me 3, Barbara Beal 1 'XX-ps ,.., I . ...dei i, 'M' Janet McGuire - ff - A J., 1 .,n J 5 in J X1 is-all X 3 ,4 X fi , . Sandra McNeil A S I 3 wff W, 1 N, 1 i Jim Reinha rt 6- I f B iylf - , M 1', " Robert DeFord Bob Perryman - , V ,AIV -, my .. ' 'ii i J. . Connie Folkenroth Linda Howard X, 5,. 7f,: ff- 3 : ' " Q v , rf 'iw if eww . X 5--wr.. --4,2 -Q n X K 45 X ,XA nA,j?Ki AQ, 3,-Xl., ,- A Mary Beth McKown Sherry Harrison ,rl X .5,, Q tm. 'K 'lf ff: Melanie Frame -- X W 2 i , Q , 9 :Q Q ,, - fy-l-3!55f:E '? 1rs . ' 'fo 1:-myigdixf-f -f , 4 " Jeanette Brown A X ,MH Dale Keime EE , i f V . J jf - , 'kr' iii?-we Elmer Bennett Katherine Jepson Linda Guild X X,ti ' Gerald Shaheen Mlm . .. iii! . yy, -Q L21 , ,,,,, , Clifford Camp D. E. KEMP Insurance Real Estate ' " - . Li 2 "'gA' Cheryl Norris A Nancy Miller M ,.A: A Rosemary Inskeep David jordan iw!-'J-5'?' ' Eh y y,. I xlk, Fifth Grade P yy W 5 11 o . fx ""' 'K"K7'K f " , ' A , if , yi in 1 .-ffl" p 'W 'K iffaf , 'K - KK'KK f K " '1 K' If 2.5 Hfrtgyf . ,. I " , , . L-, 55211, :fi '- ""'K -M "1 - .V,' . ykky i X VV i Nancy Thompson Barbara Gilmer Rose Wrestler Mariann Broadfield Ethel Omohundro eil A arrn rylnyyny y A y in .AV PL ,,Q, y A h S D,W t hy y A at e A eerri ' , ,f ary Lyn Archibald Glenene Windish Susan Glidwell Sandra Dunham Sharon Schoenbein fr.,, , "P of no E A KK" f' .- ft., A ' at A ff-'F P aorn . of 5 i P 1 'S "TW" -' I ,,'.ln - -4' fl" Ili sw "K X ' P y A A K y Q y P is eff A ,.. f I e P Dianne Maher Judy Jones Marilyn Ramsay Patricia Adams Dickie Woodcock 1 W j . sioo aos in 3 P ' i sr W errs P "ii' W f i A P C ' K'K A'-Q. 7" V as is ' ' Thomas DeFord Daniel McKown Clifford Whitmore Clifford Bateman Clifton Forney 5' KKK' P' 'K A C A" M , ,. is Jef.. fe- 5 if My gg' 4--Q, K K ,Ly VV ' I lr i no +P-aff 4 f t Timothy Dunn Stephen Stewart David Fleming MOORE'S HEATING and PLUMBING Phone 113 Yates City Wesley Worley Jimmie Philbee Richie Snider GROVER PRODUCE COMPANY Poultry Eggs Cream Phone 58 .r f , .W ',., , x Pamela Beal Mary Runyon xfff-f"'7' 'Q ffi? , ik? Kenneth Cooley elel -V A jack Perryman al' ad Susie Strappe B M 92 Bw' 1? M1337 -: ,fi B A Diane Dailey 51 vvvt x I Alvin Cochran 'TF R i f 'uf .-J B 5 5. - be-g-wil 'B .. B 'Davila Brewer ed" 25" T T wil: Q f as ,Mf,. ,t Fourth Grade V ,Z.. 'P' we 9 un si M f' ,W-sv B, Sue Chesher - ' B .gl 'sig ' -Jr gk' Ruth Steer Pamela Small It-K 5. gif 'ell ,Rani Bobby Dalton Wayne Harding an 1 , 1. :ff B Y Q fy a'y1,ya:-i. V Thomas Roffey Allan Swindler it rrler ,iff-2 2""'i W, B B ,,r.l A L'o1 -A fl ILM' Marie Harrison ry his ITL B if 14 ,Q BB Qs.. Karoline Hall Rosemary Moravek Ruth Boyer ww B 1 I K ii k'kh'.k,k I Daniel Brothers BB Z ,BEJBN il? I , E at , ..,, sz: Terry Runyon 1 .,,. :- , V- 5 I is ,hl " Bill Kilpatrick Leslie Soldwell Buddy Rosecran is wig.. , it N' E57 V i ' A l Cheryll DeFord S , I 1 X 'QB .5 I 'I Barbara Windish - f ' : T s Wk :gf Q i f W --af cn f S Roy l-logue rl ' -Pq, Allan Silzer 'W fr' 1 We ' i Z Leah Simpson If- R , Jrviwf gl B rr t B T Patsy Renwick B B M ai Max Davis ., -EMA' ww ' I B ji rlet irvlrt y il .iv - To it it rtvv BB 2r.f Frances Miles Una Murphy fir A .',Vk any B eriili A john Bourgoin Donald Carey Ricky Keyser David McCartney A 'T' 5 Bt'B1 A B -241 .41 it ' Van Taylor julie Bateman N2 iii' B R3.l'I'lOl'1a MCN8l1 Bonnie yarr fa we ' v iriiki' X A- ' Bri n ,. , ' f F Q ui? Barbara Swindler Elmer Jepson K I xii BTBT T .B A B th e BB?-f fill i Edward Templeton Michael Blake STARR HATCHERY Elmwood Illinois ELMWOOD LIQUOR STORE AND TAP Elmwood Illinois d f , , q? . ,', 'A V " r Q T b assir W ' 1 '-Q judy Whitehead Rebecca Bennett ' A vL,. T - A Marilyn Taylor Cheri La Follette .wi 2 .y,f,,w, A 9, Q hm' E G'b M Terry Schulz ugene 1 Son 0' C ,,.,, ...l F 3 ..--ff I it-i n A, jerry Jepson ,f,v Q K , V . 'dw . .: V. janet Lewellyn Mary Kimbraugh , .,,,, 170491 , ggi, as ggg,f,,4 James Miles Judy Fruit Q it . 51" 5. ' mf", f f Diana Ennis , . aw e'-' 5" 'A fi W' I Alan Howe rton Richard Runyon M was Q A few . 'J' , . -Mi . . " gi f if' ' W4-ww' P?" 'S Third Grade 5' , ii .I -g, "'i " A I 'Q t," if T .--, ' - m ' i - V ,hy M , '- Jalee Graves Roberta Ennis Kathleen Harlan f, V, :Hi a V ..f, 3 11 iii ' M , W4 ., :bfi 4 ta,1 24i3fJ V . C T ff "'i T a H tV,' - A f ',,t..1l' si A Gail Turner Patricia Reinhart Betty Philbee + A' ff fi" xg 1 -if -f.i'755fJ5., . ,Li e A H ,fi-2 A J' A - r' an ichael McLaughlin pg. . ,S S .ag lf ty .ww w ., f , ,, 1 , H Ca rl Nixon .. , ,,. W? f ' V Martha Metz I S ,, i .. Q' E934 Norma Bleichner I , 1 ' Pia. ,K Efg I g'.L 7 A ,,.i V T YN Philip Reed "3" James Underwood W' ' ' ag f ga' - kv v--ala . kb: aw . . Edward Dailey u we fig, :QV 5 I ML V ii kVV.V PM A James Steel J, jackie Hamby Elaine Omohundro Jean Chambers will A Marilyn Moody -Q 10" by 'ff an gf" 5: wrxzff' 3.15 R 5, .ia ,fi Dennis Worsfold A , A fm 'N' 'issfs -ev' 5325! 'w,, A 5 , K , ,.., , rf' . '- was - -ii: 5: . if X l .. Carolyn Appell Cheryl Threw ' axiiew H NN .,Lf William McCoy if A ' 'K , fi! 'E Ltlf 2 . D Sandra Glidewell -we z I is- f .,.... ' - Cathy McF all e A yi aw Michael Gutshall David Threw . ii, "' " 1 Raymond Walker Terry Davison Douglas Thompson Denis Swlndler George Slane BETTY ANNE MOLCHIN'S SUPER MARKET BAKERY Trivoli Farmington, Illinois Illinois Gary Ha rknes s Second Grade fi, f, I -, , 1 . ' ai . -I ,.. 1 . ,ly " V ' 'kk' I 1, -- 5?f'1.l12-V5 1,11 5 V U , I ' to S 11 H 1 so , 32,5 ' 1 a....',,,' ,,1' 1 1 11s111 1tnn 2 W to T f 1 ,. 1 Q , m'mh' A' Vfl : Leif S . , f I 1 1 , 'Y , 'f'!,'!5 4 '- . ' , Q - -ya if N , - .1 55' Q , e Q , Chrissy Burns Martha Clark Susan Kay Finfrock Sharon Hogue Kathy King Ila Sue Leppla I A xg r,r,' S -Q shhaa gg S ' .ynrrr, , nsr 1 1 , M: Vykk 7'T5ii .' ., Q ,',' 1 A Y7" " C .1 A:V'k' re- e L Q t A 2 y 5 5 5 9 052 5 Dora Livingston 1-'ff Susan Rook 1t:ff7f2Q?4?i3?5? K Eggs.-twat .Q ak 3 ,415 ,gg :' P5 : a m 1.1: I W3 S Ja 2 ft Egg My Q 1 Q91 a 9? W x ff -5:11133 1, A 1 Melvin Brewer 1 K , ,V " 1'2?1f2fi271?' rt 5 Mil' ' 1:1 1 ,V 1 7 , ' -' 1 11: ' 1-5125212 5 WP ' Wills ' ' A 'fiiwrifv :W ' 1 as S , I 1 , gf ,W all . A A X Q u i ' Nancy Lou McFall Janet Miles Kathy Sue Parr , L Susan Patterson 85? Susan Lee Shoop Linda Slane Nancy Lee Stewart Claudia Vance ' , P 1 21 'kgfi sii P " " K' M ' nfl' 2 L"',, 1 - '1 f W? 1 .--f' 1 .V 1 g , ,sa 1 K1 'A-to milf? ,o.-, Z gg, "ggi -it on E' as-UP. k-,' 3'5" ' I , - 'kffftiff ..o,.". I ' - , 1 1' , 1 . . , 1' - J 1 1 1- fr .f 1 X 1, K K 1 .1 l 'K A , -1':s1"'f-.F JS 2229 :ez 91 A W K El 1'f63E555fei1a22i 9 4 at J A ,, 1, Ronnie Cox Ernest Dailey Jeffrey Dwyer Steve Hall df if w 1 S .' if in tm, GWR tefitqlfa. 1- V Q1 " - ' " ffl ff' - s f Q ? an 51554 at X 1 1 gm we-1 jv- IQ, 2- jimi? A ,Ill Hi.. -5 .1 -'X , s I - ff 'Peg y r , 45-Mx Til , 3. are- I-J' .3 ix? Wasabi' 4 L at Jw, at dw -if aft if f- fi ,- 1 A 45 Charlotte Reed .,.,, 1 1 ' ,A- ff' Marcia Wertz town :1 W I ,' L HV, 1,111-.'1:'d" 'f N S , - Leroy lnskeep Bernard Kauffman Steven Neal Henry Pulslpher Rodney Schraub David Wlndish Paul Windish SIMPSON POWELSON LUMBER CO. MURDOCK DAIRY PhOl'l6 5211 Phone 4821 Elmwood Borden's Products I H I . .2 ,, ., W, ' -ix 'azure I, ,fvgziifx wi: we 'L ,, V3 . ii.. if , , W 4 .gf -rf Teresa Turner Linda Pack I I ' 1 -. ' f -wwff yififli-iii it I I - ' P " . ii 1 C nnao . . I nosi I ,, Karen Bennett ,- . as .,,z?-.Lili . - U -- ifrs' Et ' wmfiliw ., 31:1 if was , IMS? qw.. ,... . , 'x Sylvia Runyon 555 I 5,4 . , . 444' ,Wig , 3 N .A , jack Ray Y I Jes . I 1-is 1' M, a Q vi Y F 5 X . Charles Patterson aw, Linda Knight jean Gutshall sf' 'of I , I iff Wayne Broadfield , kj .r,e if fthn I Awe' W' " my I Q in buff ' ' 1: fu.. Second Q Ss , v st, iw LM , zgssgfih .wifi -- Fun ' Q, .. :Mug ,Lf : : Q Ma ggie 3 ,gags f ' Pamela Lewellyn '51 L .,.. 'faq- tifl .A fr 5 93 .ff 0 ..,n It , Peggy I-Ia rkne s s ii : f' , I K f Im 93 H R F' K K ,L that , Jana Kiddy Q. 'W A ci' if Stephen McLaughlin fx, fffif was t,.1t Grade Nancy Peugh t ,Z , 'If' 1: 5 ar 'W' if .iw Q ff, QEWE at . 'L - i-l ife? K .K gtg, -V Ba rba ra Ennis Vu If E P . Mr nh A I 'Si' fcegei xx If V Patty Worsfold .I ,ui 5 if ug 1 Terry Dunn Ei! I 2 , i' 7.-sr ,fi .E . 55 1 g,,?iii75fZ wh, Gloria Whitmore nta tt t n o 'SQ' fy q Joanne Snyder tag ,,.- ' , of-444 yi 1 2. . 51 ' QQ r - , ' ,. ci Jeffery Reed Jimmie Courtright tr Ailh Nik " .,V. In K -"'3"' .aa f i ffd , j' 6' ' G I bizsn Jai 1 Wei ' I mis 'Q if ff F' .d.,1,,t,, , 425 Til ,555 5115- A , + . t I 7+ hw, .V.,f', 5 A in Peggy Jagga rd 4 4 5 Skjrrzpw-ini ' and k K. , , A M 3 t I , , zifii' - 'Q K v ' "C on eg fm 'H -M I Linda McCoy ., .-,.. 'K 1,40 " D' :E if fp, .M john Chase ff' J I t dd 5-- 1,5,pj.3.f,,, , -5 3151, ll K ff 9' K "f"a',M, 9, ' Y O 8 Wayne Cox A ' all an " if 1 ":' A N' Li I Q- it Lynn Taylor Ricky Morrison Michael Shissler Tommy Silzer Richard Howard 'hu William Windish YATES CITY VARIETY YATES CITY IMPLEMENT CO. Mary Keene "Your john Deere Dea1er" Prop. Yates City, Illinois First Grade 1 , f.,g1fg5g1ffQ f faw 43g - if-sw ' zgseity , -1 I 4 s V - if Q: fy f f , Connie Amundsen 3335173 Q mm,, .. ' V ,f,. ,:- .A . R Q -P ,:., RQTU X - " ww - I Patty Burns Barbara Cox Judy Ennis ,xx l rf 'H is Sharon Omohundro Linda Pendarvis Sherry Purchase Elaine Smith ' A . , VV ir ,, K . ,,: we VV s ,,.: f ' P ,rm ,,.- i, 4 "-"" 'W nn n 1- R X,-W - n,-:' ,Znn at d d sdsi "" 1 ":: , as I ,.:, Q Frank Donath Kenny Gibson Jimmie Gutshau Fred Miner i f W aaaaaa S Y d s S if ,Quiz 1 K 1 ' f is W 2 Lx S anaaaaa I V .M yi gf 5, I L Larry Orr Virginia Turner we f, fi W 9 , ,T 32: Patricia Hudson jennifer King Sherida Kuck 1 fzmtevre, -W : as . R 'ivlsiii 7, if 3 fel :g g Si ,Q xg, , . 'I 1 H i"Vlzf'f.:,,i': jig: 13111 R I ' I S by ., , 5 ,,... Vi ..-- X ,,.,, x I Patty Wheeler Steven Barrett james Chambers -: ,sv 1'zg?!1Q,ii4x . A A ' it ,,:, , A :ES- , fl. 235' ,f . R , as fig Morrison Rickey Perryman Charles Runyon lk 'AN bf Sz, A - 1:ax1' :1"g,,"1,: 454, 'i Jr 'Xe '-mf ,ff L33 SL 'Y Q? at V f ' ff' Nancy Bollinger Linda Caulkins Frances Pulsipher HBeverly Cox Donna Murphy ' ' ,. -.."' fi?-igz' 1 wi ' gg mag r K 7 ' K i-" J? ., .f-yi I was ,.., 4. .Z -., 1 . , . ,. W ,, ,,. W ., ,-hw M...-f 434 3 ,.,' I 7 ' Milf- ,, , W' ay , ' :-353, f P Wifi W . 'P ":fG'::s':Es?:1z V' 2 " w1fS2'1- 'f ' I ' if" ' Q. , - 2 , ' Af wsifQ2'f: Vf3f, - uf ""' fi, , K " M . 'fEf'rm"' .r ' is ' , P f' 'il' f A ' IJ' W -,f 11- w fqifisri i,'v:f3-,.s., M' '- , 165 ,, Q f . - gi 1 I f xv . 'if -' - - Q --f 5 Patrick Banks David Chase Stephen Fleisher Gary Lishman Stevie Kraft Id Perryman Randall Warner 2 ' P -wfwm I ,V , :Q :if-.V '- f' '- , 'igiisfis ' Y f ' W s - gljvjgy gk .. 5 . ' 237552 me P .Ii,m-gmgs ,ww X I ' fd' - byy M ast S . ft iilsivi 'Y I it we dd ' -fav 1: Ronald Harkness Carl Woody .M ,. , 4 Larry Kiddy john Guthrie Wesley Dorethy Edward Rushing Wilden McKown james Patterson Eugene Rook MCCOY'S SKELLY SERVICE LUTI-IY'S RECREATION Washing Greasing Phone 4511 Elmwood Phone 4001 Elmwood -My Music Band WN' FRONT ROW: Gary Cox, Tom DeFord, Raymond Graves, Tom Harding, Edward Graves, Jim Haines, Bessie Brown, Richie Snider, Wesley Worley, Bob Murphy. SECOND ROW: Virginia Monroe, George Shaheen, Jim Moravek, Janet McGuire, Ethel Bleichner, Keith Cox, Pat Maher, Suellen Swanson, Connie Folkenroth, Judy Jones, Dick Woodcock, Dan Boatwrlght. BACK ROW: Cheryl Norris, Glenene Windish, Jeanette Brown, Gerald Shaheen, Jim Windish, Sharon Proctor, Ruth Lawrence, Jack DeFord, Kathleen Kimbrough, Mary Archibald, Barbara Beal, Rosemary Inskeep, Bob DeFord, Clifford Bateman, Mr. Howard. The Elmwood Grade School Band under the direction of Mr. Howard was rated Divison One in both the District and State Band contests during the past year. These contests are sponsored by the Illinois Grade School Band Association. Chorus FRONT ROW: Janet Llshman, Marianne Kleen, Kathleen Kimbrough, Janice Windish, Nancy Miles, Sherry Clark, Alberta Swanson, Karen Beal, Ruth Andrews. SECOND ROW: Jim Windish, Bill Roffey, Sandra Kllnck, Roger Boyer, Gary Inskeep, Louise Philbee, Pat Maher, Bessie Brown, Jack Burns, Vir- ginia Monroe, James Moravek, Dean Vance, Ronnie Boyer. THIRD ROW: Dan Boatwrlght, Bob Parker, Brian Hoffman, Donna Webber, Dale Runyon, Ethel Bleichner, Bob Murphy, Glenn McBeth, Howard Schleich, Walter McKown, John Gilmer, Ruth Lawrence, Eldon Harper, Kay McCartney, Miss Proctor. BACK ROW: Sharon I-Iall, Lou Ann Hoover, Bob Patterson, Steve Webber, Linda Bateman, Mary Morton, Judy Schwartz, Roger Guild, Analea Davis, Jean Hitchcock, Jack Frame, Jim Haines, Sharon Proctor, Pat Emery. MCGUIRE SHOE STORE HOWARD WELDING SHOP Elmwood Elmwood Illinois Illinois Special Awards FRONT ROW: Dean Vance, Vocalg Virginia Monroe, Piano, Allen Cochran, Declamation, fall winners at the Elmwood Grade Fine Arts Contestl Marianne Kleen, winner at the District Vocal Contestg Ethel Bleichner, rated division one superior in the State Band Contest. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Atherton, director of declamationg Jean Hitchcock, first place in the State Declamation Contest, Analea Davis, District winner in Orationg Miss Proctor, vocal director, Mr. Howard, band director. FRONT ROW: Cheryl Norris, division one State Band Contest, Ethel Bleichner, division one superior in State Band Contestg Ruth Lawrence and Sharon Proctor, division one in State Band Contest. SECOND ROW: Mary Morton, article on Bishop Hill published in the March issue of the Illinois Junior Historiang Judy Schwartz, first place in the American Legion Essay Contest: Analea Davis, third place in the American Legion Essay Contest. ARTHUR GOODWIN'S J. R. EMRY BARBER SHOP Implements Elmwood, Illinois Phone 2081 Heavyweight Basketball The Elmwood Grade Heavyweights enjoyed a record of ll wins and 3 defeats during the 1955-56 basket- ball season. FRONT ROW: Cheerleaders, Connie Folkenroth, Janet McGuire, janet Lishman. SECOND ROW: Gary Cox, Managerg Dean Vance, Dale Runyon, Walter McKown, jack Burns, Jim Moravek. BACK ROW: Coach Tompkins, Howard Schleich, jack Frame, Dave Purcell, Robert jones, Keith Cox, Glenn McBeth, Coach Hartley. Lightweight Basketball The Elmwood Grade Lightweights probably enjoyed the most successful season of any Grade team ln the history of the Elmwood Grade School. They had a record of 19 wins and 2 defeats during the 1955-56 season. The Lightweights won second place in the Peoria County tournament, at Bellevueg they won the Sectional Tournament at Green Valleyg and were defeated in the second game of the State Tournament at Rantoul, by Paris. FRONT ROW: Cheerleaders, Connie Folkenroth, Janet McGuire, janet Lishman. SECOND ROW: Tom Harding, Dean Vance, Roger Boyer, Bob Talley, Ronnie Boyer, THIRD ROW: Coach Tompkins, Gary Cox, Managerg jim Moravek, Gary Inskeep, Bob Murphy,3 Dale Runyon, jack Burns, Kenny Forney, Coach Hartley. BACK ROW: Jim Haines, John Gilmer, Walter McKown, jack DeFord, Bob Patterson. BOB SHOOP TOM Sr ARCH PHILLIP "66" SERVICE BARBERSHOP Ehnwood, Illinois Elmwood Baseball and Track The Elmwood Grade Baseball team 6 wins and 2 defeats during the 1955-56 season. The Grade team was defeated in their second game of the District baseball tournament by Farmington, the host school, by the score of 9-5 . FRONT ROW: Gary Inskeep, jim Moravek, Bob Murphy, Tom Harding, jack Burns. SECOND ROW: Coach Tompkins, John Gilmer, Jack Frame, Bill Dunham, Jack DeFord, Dale Runyon, Coach Hartley. THIRD ROW: Glenn McBeth, Robert jones, Gary Cox, Dave Purcell, Keith Cox. The E V - Y v , A , iccessful season In the past several years . The lightweight team tied for second in the Peoria County meet with Woodrow Wilson. At the District meet held at Bradford, the lightweight team placed third and four boys were qualified to go on to the Sectional meet at Amboy. In the sectional the lightweight team placed fifth and two boys, Ed Graves and Dean Vance qualified for the State meet at Monticello. At the Galva Invita- tional Track Meet the Lightweights tied for second place with ROVA . At State meet Eddie Graves won the 220 yard dash and placed second in the 120 yard low hurdles. FRONT ROW: Dean Vance, Jim Moravek, Bob Patterson, Roger Boyer, Bob Parker. SECOND ROW: Coach Tompkins, Gary Inskeep, Bob Murphy, Dale Runyon, John Simpson, Walter McKown, Edward Graves, jack Burns, Coach Hartley. BACK ROW: jack Frame, Keith Cox, Gary Cox, Dave Purcell, Glenn McBeth. METZ FORD SALES MARJ-EL Farmington STUDIO Illinois Farmington Patrol IONT ROW: Janet Lishman, Ed Graves, Tom Reinhart, Kenny Forney, Lester Throwbridge, Marianne Kleen, Jim oravek, Sandra Klinck, Bob Parker. SECOND ROW: Tom Harding, Jack Bums, Sherry Clark, Karen Beal, Dale myon, Linda Bateman, Howard Schleich, John Simpson, Nancy Miles, Alberta Swanson, Miss Shively. BACK JW: Eldon Harper, Bob Murphy, Mary Morton, Judy Schwartz, Gary Cox, Analea Davis, Jean Hitchcock. John ilmer, Bob Patterson. FOLKENROTH INSURANCE PAT'S BEAUTY SHOP DRIVE CAREFULLY3 ENJOY LIFE Phone 5511 Phone 48 1 1 Elmwood S OF: B. C. Allensworth,Prof., Ella Brain, May Hopkins, Eliza Hurlburt, Hattie Keene, Eliza Mathews, Hettie Pasell, Minnie Rogers, Stella Rose, Flora Smith, Edson Walton, Ella Woods. 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Allison, Prof., Ethel Cullings, Charles Day, Bertha Denning, Reba Herriot, Chcxles McCorkie, Bert Riner, Anna Smith, Myrtle Slayton, Mae Smith, Rose Wood. -S. B. Allison, Prof., Anna Anderson, 1896 - 1897 - 1898- 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905- 1906 1907 LIST OF GRADUA1 ES Lwra Bodine,' George Davidson, Cara Duth, Bessie Ennis, Edith Jones, Ber- tram Kemp, Dmiel Ketchum, Harvey Lott, Edith Patterson, Mary Rose, C. Vance, Minnie Woods, Winifred Wheeler, Hor- tense Walker. L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Fanny Bourgoin, Clingan, Grace Famum, Martha Holt, Stella Kirkpatrick, Nellie Monnock, Nina Miller, Marie Regan, Emma Riner, Nellie Slayton, Rena Webster, Lavorre Wycoff. L. R. Flmegin, Prof., Mable Denning, Rose Douglas, Samuel Garrison, Gertrude Hardenberg, Ortha Heptonstall, Elmer Hubbel, Leo Johnson, Mary Kinnear, Sadie Lott, Jessie Mmnock, Effie Mathis, Ethel Runyan, Harry Wells, Earnest Wheatcroft. L. R. Flanegin, Prof., Frank Armstrong, Charles Clinch, Harold Cullings, Nettie Debacher, Frmk Eslinger, Blanch Herriott, Henry Jarman, Patience Jarman, Roy Kightlinger, Ethel McCann, Alice McCullough, Anna McDermott, Esther Nelson, Hcxry 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 Jones, Nellie E. McCcbe, Nora E. McCarty, Tessie A. McDermott, David H. Morton, Margaret M. Nelson, Nora Nelson, Edna L. Patterson, Margaret E. Stewart, Blanch Swigert, Harry Troth. L, R, Flanegin, Prof., Archie Miles, Hary Richardson. L.' R. Flanegin, Prof., Edwin Brown, Marion Brown, Nellie Earing, Lloyd Graham, Earl Henry, Allan Higgins, Amy Hotchkiss, Dean Jay, Leroy Karshaw, Florence McKerrow, Albert Van Patten, Neva Walton, Clifton Wycoff. J. M. Martin, Prof., Mcly Bowers, Everet S. Cathcart, Bert Conrey, Ross E. 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Charles Stuart, Prof., John Boswell, 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918- lrwin Dalton, Bertha Graham, Gilbert Lane, Raymond Lyons, Cara Nelson, Essie Rynearson, Florence Walton, Ada Wheatcroft, Paul Wells, Eale Zink, lantho Zoll. T. S. Henry, Prof., Wilda Armstrong, Frances Jay, Edna Leaned, Clifford Lott, Lillie Monnock, Agnes Morton, Edna Parr, Miriam Potts, Wallace Snyder, John Troth, Frances Walton, Katherine White, Maie Zink. T. S. Henry, Prof., Florence Criger, Henry Kessler, Alice Lott, Hrrry Niece, Margaret Schori. T. S. Henry, Prof., Goldia Booth, Samuel Conver, Sara Conver, Sid1ey,Cullings, Arthur Dalton, Lola Fish, Floyd Gooding, Mabel Higgins, Walter Makack, Raymond Nibbelin, Ella Odres, Mable Schori, Clarence Shissler. T. S. Henry, Prof., John Bowers, Mabel Brooks, Hazel DeBacher, Frieda Korth, Ella Vm Pelt, Jemie 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, Harald Shissler, Alice Tolbert. C. C. Condit, Prof., Laura Brown, Bernice Goliday, Oliver Gregory, Ralph Kilpatrick, Howard Schlots, John Schultz, Hazel Seltzer, Wilhelmino Taylor, Elwyn Troth, Leroy Watkins, Vivim Whiting, Estelle Whitney. 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, Georgia Taylor. C. C. Condit, Prof., Maude Adams, Grace Barrett, Gilman Davidson, Leona Higgins, Eva Holt, Chalotte Johnson, Maie Kelly, Edwin Kilpatrick, Leonard Lang, Elsie Lyons, Jessie McCmn, Myrtle McKnown, Logan Nelson, Una Nelson, Lena Seltzer, Louise Shissler, Georgia Taylor, Lillim Vcn Sickle. C. C. Condit, Prof., Frank Allen, Leona Day, Chcrles Dooley, Edna Foster, Leonard Higgins, Veda Holt, Fern Humphreys, Earl Kelly, Winifred Kelly, Mmde King, Esther Korth, Almetta Maher, Edga McDonald, Mary McFoll, Howard Redding, Roscoe Redding, Magery Schenck, Margery Strufe, Merle Threw, Naomi Waibel, Gladys Wooten, Ruth Zink. C. C. Condit, Prof., Mariorie Bowers, Clifton Conver, Frank Johnson, John Kilpatrick, George McKinley, Lulu Mc- Elmer Miles, Hugh Nelson, Donald Russel Schori, Catherine Stevens, Kown, Niece, Henry Tully, Max Wasson. C. C. Condit, Prof., Howard Atherton, lsaax Barrett, Elmore Brown, L,eola Burt, Grace Ccllson, 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 lreton, Nan Johnson, Naomi Johnson, Lucille Kelly, Opal Kelly, Alma Lindzey, Gladys Lindley, Edia MacDonald, Leslie MacDonald, Mildred Peters, Nellie Schenck, John Schorik, Leah Thatcher Charles Tidd, Mary Threw, Frmces Van Sickle, Gayle Weeks, Helen White. C. C. Condit, Prof., Leroy Andrews, June Bandy, Ada Boice, Mark Brenncn, Horace Demick, Mmde Miller, Louis Miles, Edwin Miranda, Mcrgaret Phares, Gladys Proctor, Richard Schenck, Mona Snyder, Rosanna Stevens, Wilda Threw, Lauretta Tully, Elma Wasson, Rowena Wasson, Margaret Wickwire, Verna Wooten, Francis Zink. C. C. Condit, Prof., Gladys Archibald, Ralph Bacher, Howard Carter, Marianne Clinch, Mary Cusack, Mary Dwyer, Harley Green, Anna Grumley, George Gutshall, Hazel Gutshall, Birdello Harkness, Frances McCarty, Verna Miles, Bruce Mullen, Elva Peters, Forrest Reed, Genevieve Riner, Mona Ristine, Doris Shively, Harry Stalter, Ruth Thatcher, Anna Trowbridge, Dean Threw, Ferne Threw, Harvey Van Sickle, Adrienne Herbert, Mildred Higgens, Rachel Holt, Gerald Jirmm, Alta Johnson, Roy Keel- ing, Helen Lindley, Owen Lindley. C. C. Condit, Prof., Clare Bragg, Edna Clark, Dean Condit, Ruth French, Myrta Martin, Chester Miles, Ralph rMcKown, Fred Schlots, Margaret Sporrer, Ruby Wasson, Mabel Worley, Albert Wolford, Ruth Wooten. C. C. Condit, Prof., Elora Burt, Kathryn Cdlister, Leon Carter, Ruth Cladwell, Arthur Draggo, Lawrence Harkness, Clyde Hendrix, Roland Hitchcock, Faye Hoyt, Edith Jarmm, Mcxgaret Kilpatrick, Harry MacDonald, Erma McKinty, Bernard Mullen, Loren Odxes, Florence Phues, Everett Redding, Walter Redding, Russell Remmelle, 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 Dalton, Millard Day, Willard De- Ford, Mcry Demick, Margaret Ekstrand, Everett Epley, Lucile Flint, William Schenck, Margaret 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 Frmch, Pauline Jarman, Agnes Kelly, Opal Lindley, Louise Macey, Lela Murphy, Chester Patton, Zelda Perrill, lona Rambo, Ruth,Shively, Nina Threw, Etta Vohland, Leonard Windi sh, Edith Worley. 1925 1 926 1 927 1928 1929 1930 1931 J. H. Francis, Prof., Howard Berger, Everett Bogrer, Ruth Clinch, Cornelia Day, Gladys DeFord, Leone DeFord, Dmiel 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 Nelson, Ruth Nichols, Opal Richardson, Alice Shawver, Loren Shelton, L, Richard Whitney, Frances Wickwire, Mildred Wiley. J. H. Francis, Prof., Dorothea Bowman, Wayne Callis, Ruth Cullings, Bertha Dalton, Doris Dobbs, Julia Dwyer, Harley Fleisher, Lester Hartley, Clarable Her- bert, Deforest Hitchcock, Ada Hoyt, Owen Hubbell, Milford Kirkbride, Thomas Lee, lrene Maher, Adell McVey, Thomas Miller, Mary Noggle, Dem 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, Muie Fleisher, lrma Flickinger, Oral Gallagher, Lloyd Graham, Glenn Hall, Leonard Heller, Raymond Hicks, Louise McKinty, Lucille Murphy, Julia Patton, Harold Redding, Velda Scragg, Francis Shively, Clyde Wheeler, Leo Windish, Louis Windish, Corinne Zinn. E. E. Downing, Supt., Louise Anderson, Frances Clemmer, Bernice Corbett, Marie Emerick, Jclnes Foster, lsabel Hoyt, Mary John- Manock, John Mathis, Ekstrand, Gail !.'urion Harper, son, Kathleen Stanton Moore, Helen Moran, Bernice Pierson, John Ryan, Rolen Searle, lnez Smith, Susanna Smith, Elizabeth Steer, Frances Yerby. E. E. Downing, Supt., Virginia Atherton, Juanita Bohrer, Jesse Boice, Kathryn Bowers, Eugene Buxton, Audrey Coon, Scnlord Coon, Marjorie 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 Faster, Paul Fussner, Ralph Graham, John Hart, Gladys Heller, Mary Herbert, Paul Hitchcock, Pauline Hitchcock, Milded Krisher, John Lindley, Charles Livingston, Margery Mathis, Charles Manock, Alfred Miles, Mildred Reed, Beth Shively, Louise Turner, James Voorhees, Eldon Wiley, llola Yates. E. E. Downing, Supt., Betty Armstrong, Dorothy Bates, Thomas Clemmer, Vera Catherine.Custer, Kenneth Davy, Ralph Gayman, Mary Hedden, Lucille Hitchcock, Berwyn Huey, Nellie Livingston, Dmiel Mdier, Mary Ellen Manock, Owen McKinty, Elmer Moody, John Pierson, Rasco Pullen, Opal Shane, Edwin Shively, Adeline 1932 1933 1934 1935 1 936 1 937 Thomas, Paul Thompson, Cornelius Vance, Helen Weeks, Woodow Worley, Justine Zink. E. E. Downing, Supt., Williczn Armstrong, Clifford Atherton, George Boyer, Eldon Burt, Hazel Coon, Eileen DeGroot, Frances Dobbs, Wilma Frame, Harry Haines, Samuel Haines, Rdph Hall, Ophelia Huxtable, Signell Kauffman, Gladys Kneer, 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 Wycoff, Gerald Yerby. E. E. Downing, Supt., Francis Ann Arm- strong, Richard Atherton, Wilma Adeline Boice, Lawrence Buxton, Dewey Clark, Jack Clinch, Artie Frame, Harley Galen, John Brown Grover, Benjamin Hall, Manford Harding, Judson Kfdfllf, LaVergne McCuen, Lynn McKinty, Mil- dred Mcnock, Earle Murphy, Harold Nixon, Clifford Perrill, Howard Pierson, Robert Pullen, Lilah Roffey, John Shaffer, Charlotte Shelton, Katherine Smith, Eugene Traynor, Eleanore Waibel, Richard Wilkinson, Gerda Wurmnerst, -Erma Wurmnest. Bohrer, E. E. Downing, Supl-J Richard Bailey, Halene Boyd, Merle Clark, Esther Clem- mer, Mary Clinch, Keith Currier, Edwin Foster, Kenneth Golden, Harold Harley, Arthur Hasselbacker,. Maxine Heuber, Leila Hoyt, Chester KUNTI, Mabel Mc- Allister, John McFall, Dorothy McMullen, LaVeda Miles, Jack Miller, Winogene Miller, Gayle Owens, Charles Patterson, Pml Reed, Pail Schaffer, Sidney Thomp- son, Dorothy Troth, Owen Waibel, Robert Wilcox, Ruth Wolle, Katherine Zink. E. E. Downing, Supt., Jecn Atherton, Magaret 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, Hermm Norton, Elizabeth Patter- son, Violet Ray, Susie Robinson, Doris Rofley, Alvin Sollenberger, Gerald Talley, Carroll Taylor, Woodrow Vm Tine, Doris Waechter. E. E. Downing, Supt., Harry Batemm, Pwline Bougoin, Fem Briggs, Ruby Bruniga, Lola Chqamtn, Eugene Clemmer, Mary Louise Coolidge, Florence Coon, Floyd Coon, Mary Louise DeFord, Helen Dwyer, June Gibbs, Marlorie Golden, Cecil Gutshall, Elsie Gutshall, Leo Gutshull, Lawrence Hall, Kathryn Garber, Ralph Harkness, Charles Hicks, Janes lnskeep, Ruth Jones, Leila Kratler, Raymond McKinty, Bill McQuiston, Robert Miller, Ruth Ann Moore, Shannon Powers, Jackson Reed, Jean Rhoden- bmgh, Raymond Seltzer, Merlin Smith, Macia Steinmm, Arthur Trowbridge, Sara Wilkinson, Shirley Winn. E. E. Downing, Supt., Emestine Bock, Maxine Bohrer, Leora Boyd, Hazel Buxton, Mmrine Dunivmt, Virginia 938 - 939 - 1 940 1941 1942 Gibbs, Janet Golden, Tod lnskeep, Emma Jaques. Dorothy Kunts, Marlorie Kyle, Archie Miles, Anna Miller, Elaine Mullen, Wiley Reed, Jock Steer, Gordon Thompson, Theodore Trowbridge, David Wycoll, Phyl- lis Worrell, Lucille Zink. E. E. Downing, Supt., Lucille Clrlk Robert Dale Collins, Clillord Cowley, Pearl DeFord, Arthur Dixon, Myrana Frame, John Gallagher, Mildred Gooding Merlin Gutshall, Bill Grover, Harlan Hall, Catherine Jaques, John Jonvian, Marie Robah Kellogg, David Lmsley, Livingston, Robert Lott, Nellie Mmock, Betty Mers, Donald Metz, Jones, Ruth Dorothy Metz, Earl Morrison, Evelyn Perkins, William Reed, Bernard Taylor. E. E. Downing, Supt., Jesse Bradshaw, Mayme Briggs, Viola Buhl, Mariorie Ann Chapman, James Clark, Marie Conklin, Marl Cooksey, Perle Coon, Jr., Virginia Cowley, Mary Cullings, Evo Doubet, Katherine Fidler, Viola Forquer, May Foster, Nellie Gallagher, Howard Garren, Maron Golden, Ruth Graham, James Hart, Jack Lqtsley, Giles Martzlul, Lester McAllister, Lois McCoy, Roberto Mc- Clennan, Robert McQuinton, Charlotte Mullen, Ella Mullen, Raymond Pack, Richard Pritchett, Arvid Rambo, Earl Ramshaw, Jumita Reed, Marvel Reich, One Shane, Hubert Shelton, Howarth Taylor, Robert Taylor, Jerome Vogel. E. E. Downing, Supt., Ruth Andews, Rena Beetler, Pml Betts, Janet Bond, Beverly Chase, Lucille Conklin, Lucille Corum, Leona Dubit, Ma- gclet Edwards, Lyle Ford, Donald Garren, Vada Green, Juanita Hartley, Ruth Hogy, Robert Jones, Gertrude Kellogg, John Maher, Jr., Chales Mann, Charles Morrison,Helen Motta1,Morguerite Pack, Marcella Page, Virginia Purchase, Gerald Reed, Helen Riggs, Ernest Rose- crans, Alys Share, Gertrude Shissler, Audrey Sparxs, Jane Spicher, Gloria Swygmm, Stanley Taylor, John Tompson, Gene Troth, Ruby Waechter, John Young, Loren Young. E. E. Downing, Supt., Harold Beetler Evelyn Bowen, Dorothy Bowers, Dear Collins, Sun Cooksey, Mary Ethelyn Crozier, Celia Dalton, Donald Eldert, Ruth Frame, Claire Gutshali, June Higgs, betty Hunt, Donald Korth, Roberr Korth, Betty Kratzer, Walter Livingston, Mable Mtlin, Pwl May, Betty McCuen, Charles Ralph Riggs, J. D. Rutledge, Lee Ruthledge, Donald Schlots, Miles, Alve Mildred Silzer, Dean Van Sickle, Russell Waechter, Lois West, Ray Wheeler, George Woodley. E. E. Downing, Supl., Mary lnes Beamer, Wilma Beeney, Alice Bleichner, Wilma Bowen, Russell Briggs, Floyd Broadlield, Maxine Callister, Bonnie Edwards, Dean French, Lowell Fuller, Wallace Fuller, John Gutshall, Velma Hall, Dorothy Klidall, Margaret Kilpatrick, Jeanne Lott, Martha Lott, Hazel Munmen, Donalo McCoy, Katheryn Mohn, Fred Neal, Mary Nelson, Irene Pack, Harald Page, Thomas Rosecrans, Mary Jean Schade, Theo Shme, Georgia Shelton, David Shisslar, Mary Ruth Shissler, Betty Tay- lor, Rachel West, Marion Winn. 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 E. E. Downing, Supt., Harriet Bond, Elizabeth Cisel, Leona Cisel, June Clinebell, Mary Lou Corley, Oretha Corum, Charles Craig, Thelma Crozier, Edithe Donovick, Dm Duval, Donald Grover, Lorene Hartley, Max Hants, Earline Huber, Tommy Hunt, Freida Key- ser, Wdter King, Russell Korth, Pail La- Follette, Marguerite Lott, Bill MacDonald, Leland McClenncl1, Bob Miller, Dorothy Orren, Clayton Prest, Mariorie Schlots, Billy Dean Shane, Shirley Shaw, Bob Shoop, Dorothy Taylor, William Thompson, Alice Waechter, Gene Woibel. R. E. Bicklord, Supt., Ruth Beetlor, Ado Bridges, Betty Briggs, Dorothy Briggs, Williari Cutter, Jay H. Daily, Francis Edwards, Robert Gibson, Paul Haines, Joan Heiken, Jean Hoyt, Dorothy Jones, Wilma Keeler, Theodore Kendall, Wilden Lynall, Darlene May, Harriet Mmtzluf, Mary Neal, Helen Taylor, Franklin Vogel. R. E. Bicklord, Supt., Bill Aman, Donald Beetler, Flossie Bowen, Robert Boyer, Thelma Callister, William Carter, Betty Clark, Bill Correll, Melvin Coulter, Marvin Caurtright, Bill Cowley, Anita Crozier, Betty Dunton, Roland Eclrholl, Mary Jme Gibbs, Robert Hall, Cecelia Johnson, Grace Keyser, Ruby LaFollette, Phoebe Lott, Harlo McKinty, lrene Nelson, Deloris Ratclill, Donna Ray, .lack Reed, Dale Shane, Jim Sheley, Gene Shissler, Mildred TYl1UfSf,Elaise Waibel. R. E. Bicklord, Supl., Ellery Adams, Roberta Amundsen, Jme Brown, Robert Burns, Wilma Dunn, Mary Craig, Blanche Edwards, Eileen Gooding, Katherine Haines, Chales Harkness, Richard Hartley, Robert Keeler, Richard Korth, Clarence Krisher, Dorothy McKown, Mcrcille McKown, William MCKown, Willicln Neal, Kenneth Nelson, David Pa-ikdre, Marion Penn, Dale Petty, Martha Schlots, Chester Taylor, Ber- della Wickwire, Jean Yerby, Orville Zierner. R. E. 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