Elmwood Community High School - Ulmus Yearbook (Elmwood, IL)
- Class of 1957
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We, the Senior Class
Elmwood Community High School
proudly present the 1957
EARL E. DOWNING
County Superintendent of Schools 1943 - 1956
It's Up To You.
You are the fellow who has to decide
Whether you'll do it or toss it aside.
You are the fellow who makes up your mind
Whether you'll lead or linger behind --
Whether you'll try for the goal that's afar
Or be contented to stay where you are.
Take it or leave it, there's something to do
lust think it over, it's all up to you.
CLARA E. MCCRAITH
Bradley University, B, S.
U. of Ill.. M. Ed.
JEAN C. RISEN
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Principal Bradley University., B. S.
M S Education U of Ill.
GLADYS PRQDTOR MARIANNE FITZGERALD GERALD STAMP
l.S.N.U., B. S. Bradley University
Music Physical Education Physical Education
Sociology Social Studies
DONALD SERUP VIRGIL MOLINAROLO MARJORIE SIMS
Bradley University B S U. of Ill., B. S, University Neb., A. B.
Shop Agriculture Mathematics, English
The month was August and the year was 1953, when 53 shy freshmen cautiously en-
tered the halls of Elmwood High for the first time. Under the direction of Mr. Cady, our
advisor, our first class meeting was held in September. We elected the following officers:
Douglas Coulter, President, Ronald Coon, Vice-President: Linda Parker, Secretary and
Treasurer: Richard Coon, Reporter. During the year we had a skating party and Hayrack
The fall of "54" brought us back as sophomores. This year class officers were: C 0-
Presidents, Karen Kleen and Richard Coon, Secretary and Treasurer, Judy Purcell: Reporter,
Carol Smith. Mr. Hamman was our advisor. We had an all-school party on November 10.
Refreshments were served and everyone had a good time.
In January about 30 sophomores held a party which ended in a sleigh ride. Hot choco-
late 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 on May 7, 1955. lVIr. Cady chaperoned our trip.
On September 6, we enrolled as juniors with Mrs. Monroe as our advisor. We held
a class meeting in late September and elected the following officers: Ronald Coon, Presi-
dent: Judy Purcell, Vice-President: Carol Greene, Secretary and Treasurer, Sharon Ekena,
"Girl Crazy, " our Junior Play, was given November 15. It was a big success.
When we got back from Thanksgiving vacation, we received our class rings.
We had a bake sale April 7, 1956, to raise more money for the Prom, which was held
May 4. The theme was "Sealand Fantasy. "
September 7 the Senior Class held their first meeting. Our officers for the year were
President, Ronald Coon: Vice-President, Virginia Ekenap Secretary, Judy Purcell: Treasurer,
Janet Harlan: Reporter, Joyce Webber. Our advisors were: Mrs. Hart and Mr. Garrison.
September 26, we initiated the freshmen. Our Senior Steak Fry was held at Bradley
Park in Peoria on October 4. October 18, we had our Chill Supper and Stunt Show. Octo-
ber 19 was the Homecoming Game and Dance. Everyone enjoyed themselves.
Our bake sale on December 1 was a huge success.
December 21, the seniors sponsored a Christmas Dance. The theme was "Christmas
Fantasy. " The public was invited and everyone had a nice time.
We sponsored a sock hop and coke party February 18, in honor of the class that
bought the most yearbooks. The faculty were our guests. Everyone had a good time.
February 25 of "57", we chose our motto "Today's Learner is Tomorrow's Leader. "
We had our Senior Play, "Midnight, " March 22. It was a big hit.
On May 10, we were guests at the Junior-Senior Prom, "Midnight in Madrid."
Baccalaureate was held May 19, in the gymnasium with the Congregational Church
in charge of the services, the following Wednesday was Class Day, May 22.
On May 23, commencement came, and we seniors were now ready to go forth and
make use of the knowledge we have gained here during the last four years.
Secretary . . . . . 3.
Echo Staff. .
Ulmus Staff. . .
Secretary-Treasurer. . . . .
Vlce-President . . .
Homecoming Queen . .
DAR .... . .... .
Blackhawk Queen. .
Pep Club ....
Chorus .. ....
President. . .
Latin Club . .
Resident . . .
Football . . . . .
Declamatlon . .
Boys' State . .
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F. H. A.. . . .. . . .1,2,3,4
Parllamentarian . . . . . . .4
Chorus .. .. ....l,3
izcho Staff. . .. ..a'
Ulmus Staff . . . . . .4
Vice-President ...... 4
Betty Crocker Homemaker Award
, IANET HARLAN
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Historian . . . . . .
Projects Chairman . .
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Treasurer . . . .
Treasurer . . .
Ulmus Staff . .
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Letterman's Club. . . . . .
Football. . . . . . . . l,2,3,
All Conference Tackle . . .
Basketball . . . . .... 1,2,
Homecoming King. . . . . . .
PepClub . . . . . . . l,2,3,4
Basketball. . . . . . . .
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Letterman's Club .... .
Echo Staff ....... . .
Business Manager -
Yelleader .......... 2,
Football ........ 1, 2, 3,
Co-Captain. . . . . . .
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Basketball. . . . 1,2, 3,
Baseball . . . . . . 3,
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Class Offices . . . . . .
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Ulmus Staff . .
President . . .
All State Band . .
Boy's State. . . .
Football . . . . .
Basketball . . .
Baseball . . .
Latin Club . .
C ELIA C OWLEY
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Ulmus Staff . .
Girls' State . .
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Yell Leader .
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Pep Club .........
Latin Club . .
Ulmus Staff .
Football . . .
Baseball . . .
Pep Club . .
Chorus . .
G.A.A. . .
Letterman's Club ....
Baseball ........ 1
Football . . l
Sentinel. ....... .
Homecoming King Attencla nt
F.F.A. ......... . 2,3,4
'heasurer . . . . 4
Football . . . . . 2
Baseball. . . . 1,2
MARY ETTA PETTOW
Pep Club ........ 1, 2, 3
F.H.A. ......... 1,2,3,4
Vice-President . . . . . . 4
Chorus ..... .... 3
G.A.A .... . l, 2, 3
Letterman's Club . . ..... 4
Pep Club ..... . . 3, 4
Zhorus . . . . l
Baseball . . . . 1,2
Football . . . 1,2
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Pep Club ....... 1, 2, 3.
F.H.A.. . . 1,2,3,
Chorus . . . . .l,2,3,
Echo Staff . . . .
Ulmus staff . . .
Transferred from Lewistown
F.F.A. .......... 1,2,3
Band . . . . .1,Z
Football . .
Track . . . .
F.F.A ........ . . 1,2 3 4
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Pep Club ....... 1,
F.H.A. ........ 1.
Historian . . . . .
Chorus . . . . . 1.
G.A.A. . . . .
Transferred from Limestone
F.H.A.. . . . 1,2
Chorus . . . . .
G.A.A.. . . . .1,2
Ulmus Staff . . . .
We, the Senior Class of 1957, of the clty of Elmwood, county of Peoria, and state of Illinois, being of sound mind and memo-
ry do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore
made by us.
We, the senior class of nineteen hundred and flfty-seven, do will and bequeath to our beloved faculty one gross of crying
towels, for after we leave.
We, the senlor class, do will and bequeath our many busy days and activities of our senior year to the junlors.
To the sophomores we leave our school spirit.
To the freshmen we leave our ability to yell at pep rallies.
ARTICLE III '
I, Blll Andrews, do will and bequeath my membership in the Hot Rod Club to Mary Ann Emry.
I, Malcolm Bollinger, do will and bequeath my over abundant crop of hair to Jeareal Gravitt.
I, Jerry Blakenship, do will and bequeath my safe-driving awards and good conduct medals to Eileen
I, Vernon Broadfleld, do will and bequeath my cheerleading ability to Kenny Archibald.
I, Ronnie Brooks, do will and bequeath my liars license to anyone who can pass the test.
I, Evert Cape, leave my singlng ability of Elvis' songs to Vernon Hauk.
I, Marilyn Cochran, do will and bequeath my car to whomever can keep lt running.
I, Rlchard Coon, do wlll and bequeath my pickup truck to Jackle Miles.
I, Ronald Coon, leave my nickname "Tombstone" to anyone who will have it.
I, Ed Cosby, do wlll and bequeath my "hot" car to whomever can fix lt up.
I, Doug Coulter, leave my ability to play basketball to Elizabeth Talley.
1, John Davis, leave my freshman glrl friends to boys in the junior class.
I, Judie Davis, do wlll and bequeath my motorcycle to Mr. Stamp.
I, Floyd Dunham, do will and bequeath my jokebook to Bobby Parker.
I, Gerald Eccles, leave my way with girls to Jack Trowbridge.
I, Sharon Ekena, do will and bequeath my diamond to Pat Patterson.
I, Vlrglnia Ekena, leave my long legs to Margo Yarger. R
I, Rowena Geeseman, leave my sewing ablllty to Lou Ann Hoover.
I, Bob Groeper, leave my ablllty to be the last one off the bus to George Cusack.
I, Janet Harlan, leave my sense of humor to Sandra Fincham.
I, Karen Kleen, leave my college boy friend to Kay Wlndlsh.
I, Tom Kilpatrick, leave my ability to stay out of trouble to Bruce Howard.
I, Betty Largent, leave my long bus ride to Wayne Dalton.
I, Stewart Lewis, leave my extra weight to Larry Mlles.
I, Violet Lewis, leave my ability to go with one boy for three years to Mary Newcomb.
I, Larry McCoy, do will and bequeath my flattop to Jim Sherlock.
I, Catherine McIntyre, leave my qulet ways to Mary Miles.
I, Joyce Nelson, do will and bequeath my over abundant supply of Kleenex to Patty Boice.
I, Larry Page, leave my irregular attendance at school to Dexter Harkness.
I. Sonny Patterson, do will and bequeath my Elvis Presley side-burns to Jim Moravek.
I, Dale Patton, leave my dimples to Sandra Cochran.
I, Mary Etta Pettow, leave my "natural" blonde hair to Nancy Runyon.
I, Larry Proctor, do will and bequeath my enormous wad of gum to Nancy Glenn.
I, Judy Purcell, leave my constant giggling to Sheila Cusack, because I don't think she giggles
I, Blll Robinson, leave my ability to get 'straight A's" ln English to Bobby Whitney.
I, Carol Smlth, leave my morning trip to W1lson's for coffee and donuts to Ralph Geeseman.
I, Claude Spellman, do will and bequeath Mary Etta to anyone who thinks he can get along with
her without flghtlng, but on second thought I think I'll take her with me.
I, Maurice Stambaugh, leave my farming ability to Randy Snider.
1, Jlm Strappe, do will and bequeath my beagle hounds to anyone who is rich enough to feed them.
I, Beverly Tanner, leave my Peoria school loyalty to Tom Lapsley.
I, Mary Ann Vance, leave my old boy friends to Bessie Brown.
I, Judy Van Dusen, leave my long hair to Linda Chapman.
I, Joyce Webber, leave my tiny feet and natural curly halr to Janet Freerking.
I, John Wllson, do will and bequeath my statue of Elvis Presley to Judy McCoy.
Q President, Class of '57
Vice-President, Class of '57
NAME NIC KNAME
Catherine Mc lntyre
Mary Etta Pettow
Mary Ann Vance
Judith Van Dusen
A lady wrestler
Talking about cars
Wearing turtle-neck sweaters
Driving hot rods
Being out of gas
Forgetting school at 3:29
Needing a shave
Overdue book reports
Late for school
Forgetfulne s s
Getting a date on time
Getting work done
Giving teachers trouble
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Flirting with girls
Girls or. cars
Giving people trouble
Working on cars
Working on rods
Working on cars
Riding horses' backs
Bopping 6. Singing
Errands for teachers
What's that make me?
Noodle s !
That' s right.
Hot dang, you all I swear.
Another day, another A.
I can't see it!
I didn't say that.
Big deal, Lucille.
Oh, that's all right.
More or less.
Girls! Girls! Girls!
How about that, Vance?
I don't give a care.
Quit yer bellyakinl
Oh, that's all right.
I didn't know that.
That'll be the day
Haven't seen you in
How about that!
Oh, my gosh!
Don't know do you?
Let me see.
That'll be the day.
Oh no! !
Huh ? Pay Attention!
Lots of time.
I don't know.
Heck with it.
a Coon's age.
How about that old jazz?
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In the prophecy this afternoon we would like to go behind the scenes with an E. C. H. S.
teacher. Our principal subject for this afternoon is a well-known figure around' the halls of
Elmwood High School. Our subject is unaware of her part in the prophecy. It is the pleasure
of the class of 1957 to ask our principal subject to join us now. This is Your Life, Mrs. Iohn
You were born on December 23 as Martha Isabel Kotz in Hoopeston, Illinois, and receiv-
ed your grade and high school education there. While snooping in your past, we found that
you were quite active in high school, and we found the following information under your pic-
ture ln the yearbook. You were quite active in chorus, and served as literary editor of the
yearbook. You appeared in the following productions--Bells of Beaujolas and The Florist Shop.
The saying under your picture in the yearbook was quite fitting. It was "Let thy speech be
better than silence, or be silent. " Also in the yearbook we found a little joke between you and
the teachers--it went something like this:
Miss Dale: Isabel, where did you get that chewing gum?
Isabel: Do you want the truth?
Miss Dale: Surely.
Isabel: Under your desk.
You attended MacMurray College, but transferred to the University of Illinois and were
graduated from that college. You began your teaching career at Cerro Gordo and then moved
to Elmwood. You taught in Elmwood until you were married on june 10, 1939, to Io hn Hart.
That ended your teaching career for the following year as married teachers were not allowed to
teach. For several years you lived in a small house belonging to Smith's and lived there until
last year when you moved to a new one on the farm. You didn't stay away from it long though
as the following year you were at it again, this time at Paradise Chapel. During your year's
stay there, your lunch consisted of mustard on bread and your coffee, the liking of which has
been changed to tea. This year proved to be one of your most enjoyable. Next you taught the
sixth grade at Elmwood. About this time you acquired Sarge and began one of the greatest
friendships between dog and woman. The following year you again began teaching at Elmwood
High where you have remained for the past seventeen years. There you became the assistant
principal until you moved into the new building. One of your favorite hobbies is the prepara-
tion and eating of food. We all know what a happy hostess you are and how people enjoy
going to your home. Your favorite flower is yellow roses and your favorite color is brown.
Your favorite TV programs are George Burns and Gracie Allen and Father Knows Best. You are
quite famous for your puns. The seniors of this year will long remember how you worried about
getting your potatoes planted during the full moon when it was raining all the time. Another
memory is how you were going to plant your sweet peas when it was snowing. We will never
forget the Senior Steak Fry and our smoky fire, the tears we shed, and the food we ate in the
dark. There was also the bake sale we sponsored and the rolls you made. After being with
this graduating class for four years, your favorite expression has become. "My hair is gray,
but not with years. "
We have recalled incidents in your past life, now we are going to give you an insight into
the future lives of the class members of 1957.
This is Ronald Coon, our former class president, carrying a blanket because he's ambas-
sador to Chile. The other four brilliant looking men with him are Doug Coulter, Richard Coon,
Tom Kilpatrick, and Stu Lewis, the world famous engineers of the Kiddie Erector Sets.
Coming out in this next group we see janet Harlan who now ,drives DeSotos on the Groucho
Marx Show. With her we see Jerry Blankenship, President of the Safe Driving Organization.
where Sonny Patterson has just been awarded the pin for ten years of safe driving. Following
along about this same line is Ed Cosby, who races in the Indianapolis Speedway, where he's
safe from police tickets, police cars and policemen.
Following the line of entertainment are Vernon Broadfield an honorary Mouseketeer Cheer-
leader on Station C A T in Dogpatch. Then there is Larry McCoy, M. C. for the Rock'n Roll
Party, Jerry Eccles a ballet dancer at Kepler's Hall in Hanna City, and Floyd Dunham and
Catherine McIntyre understudies for George Burns and Gracie Allen.
Next we see Mary Ann Vance dean of girls at Amy Vanderbilt's finishing school for young
ladies. The hat she's wearing is from Rowena Geeseman's world-famous Mademoiselle Hat
Shop at Yates City. Carol Smith coming onto the set now is a private secretary for the manager
of the Long Lines Department of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Violet Lewis is now a professional Coon hunter and her helper is Larry Page who has just
won the championship burp gun shooter in Pottstown. Coming out next is Bill Robinson a lamp
lighter for the Pottstown Electric Company.
In this next group is Judie Davis who has just won the speed test for putting a motorcycle
together blindfolded. Here comes Larry Proctor now an investigator at the Aetna Insurance
Company where he tracks down the hardened criminals who put gum under chairs. This is Bill
Andrews the Chief Chef at the Chanute Parachute Diner where he specializes in the feeding of
finicky fighters such as his old pal Malcolm Bollinger the Golden Gloves Champ.
Across the water we have our old classmate John Wilson president of a large chain of pool
halls in South America. Then there is Jim Strappe a manufacturer of ladies Cosmetics in Gay
Paree and Betty Largent who runs a sugar can plantation in Cuba. Judy Van Dusen is the chief
cook and bottle washer at Schmutz's Restaurant in Kewanee.
The racket you are hearing comes from Marilyn Cochran president of the Elvis Presley Fan
Club, and Beverly Tanner a very good friend of Elvis Pres1ey's ----- hound dogs. The quiet
conservative looking lady right behind them is Joyce Nelson a lady minister at the Oak Hill
Here we see Sharon Ekena who runs a famous store for red heads where Evert Cape, a
model for Yul Brynner haircuts, sometimes puts on a red wig to help model her clothes. This
is Karen Kleen a House Mother at Knox College for the Tau Kappa Elsilon Fraternity.
Well, if it isn't Judy Purcell and her husband Dale Patton now a big farmer in the Hanna
City Bottoms where he and his charming wife, from the city of Elmwood, arise at 5:30 every
morning to milk the eggs and gather the cows. Anyway, that is what Judy says.
Our other classmates are Maurice Stambough, a salesman for Hoover sweepers, Bob
Groper, a Boutonniere maker at Monroe's Flower Shop in Elmwood, John Davis, a cake decora-
tor at the Bake-Wrong Bakery, Joyce Webber, an instructor of calisthenics at West Point, and
Ronnie Brooks, a Professor at Southport University. He must be reading the famous book "How
to Get Along With Your Girl Friend" written by Claude Spellman, or it could be the one entitled
"How to Get Along With Your Boy Friend" written by Mary Etta Pettow, his biggest rival.
Bringing up the tail as usual is Virginia Ekena who has just sold her ten millionth copy of
the book entitled "Psychology in our Society Today. " With the proceeds from her book she now
drives a lavender Olds.
Now as you see us ten years later, Mrs. Hart, we are scattered in far away places engaged
in various occupations. You are still teaching in Elmwood, and your beloved Sarge is still limp-
ing around .
And so ends the prophecy of the class of 1957 with memories of the past and with hopes of
NANCY GLENN IACK IORDEN BARB HARRIS DUANE RUNYON
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
CLASS OF 1958
On September 2, 1954, fifty-eight eager students entered E.C.H.S. as freshmen. Under
the direction of the class advisors, Miss Risen and Mr. Cady, we elected the following of-
ficers: Tom Jones, President, Iackie Miles, Vice-President, Letitla Steer, Secretary, and Jim
Fruit, Treasurer. Eileen Wagner was chosen reporter.
Fifty-three returned in Sept. 1955 as sophomores. Duane Runyon was elected President
with Jack Jordan, Vice-Resident, Dick Whitney, Secretary-Treasurerp and Jackie Miles, Re-
porter. Our advisors were Mrs. McCraith, Miss Fitzgerald, and Mr. Cady. In the Home-
coming Parade our float received second prize, and our stunt was also considered a success.
We sponsored an all-school party, and we also co-sponsored a dance with the juniors the night
after the prom. On May 19, the biology class took a trip to Chicago. Mr. Cady sponsored the
trip, and Bob Cox drove the bus.
In the fall of 1956, forty-eight of us returned as upper-classmen. The officers chosen by
the class were Nancy Glenn, President, Iack Iordan, Vice-President: Barb Harris, Secretary,
and Duane Runyon, Treasurer. Mary Alice Bourgoin was chosen by the officers to be class re-
porter. Our advisors were Mrs. Monroe and Mr. Serup. Mr. Serup left at the end of the first
semester, and Mr. Br0l1Qhton took his place. In October our class rings arrived. Again this
year we received second prize on our float for Homecoming. In November, we presented our
class play "Tiger on His Toes" under the direction of Mrs. Monroe. It was a big success. On
May 10 we held our prom, "Midnight In Madrid. " We are looking forward to next year when we
return as seniors.
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President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
On August 29 of 1955, 69 freshmen, the largest class ever to enter E.C. H.S. , attended
their first day of school. At our first class meeting of the year, we elected Mary Miles, Pres-
identp Randy Snider, Vice-President: Bob Whitney, Secretary-Treasurer: and Mary Lou Endres,
Reporter. Class advisors were Miss Iean Risen and Mr. Rolland Cady.
On August 28, 66 of the 69 returned as sophomores. At our initial meeting on September
10, we elected officers. They were: Mary Miles, President, David Inskeep, Vice-President:
Bob Whitney, Secretary, Louise Bourgoin, Treasurer, and Carolyn Sparks, Reporter. Since we
were allowed one money making project and one party a semester, we chose to have a scrap
drive from which we made S69. 35. For our partywe went roller skating at Grand Roller Rink in Gales-
burg. We also entered a float in the Homecoming Parade with the theme "Defeet to Galva. "
We received honorable mention for it.
The second semester a new student was added to our roll. For our money-making project
this semester we sponsored a "Bop Hop. " This was very successful, and everyone enjoyed a
good time. We are all looking forward to next year when we will be juniors. Our sponsors this
year were Mrs. Clara McCraith and Mr. Gene Hamman.
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President Vlce-President Secretary Treasurer
On August 29, 1956, sixty-four freshmen entered the doors of E.C.H.S. We all
were scared and excited about being in high school.
We spent the first week getting acquainted with our new teachers and classes. We
learned new rules and regulations.
At our first class meeting we elected the following officers: Jack Burns, President,
Jean Hitchcock, Vice-President, Tom Reinhart, Secretary, Analea Davis, Treasurer, Mary
Morton, Reporter. Our supervisors were Mr. Cady and Mrs. Sims.
Soon after school started, we had Freshman Initiation. The whole school was invited.
January 19, 1957, we held a bake sale to earn money toward a party which we had
later in the month.
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on this year than ln the previous
FRONT ROW: Jeff Mclllnty, Glen McBeth, Terry Ryan,
Jerry Eccles, larry McCoy, David Roffey, George Cusack.
SECOND ROW: Manager, Kenny Archibald: Iack Iordan,
Bob Whitney, David Inskeep, Vincent Hauk, Randy Snider,
Doug Coulter, Lester Endres, Larry lhwson, Eddie Gaves,
Manager. ' THIRD ROW: Malcolm Bollinger, Ps:
McIntyre, Vernon Broadfleld, Rlchard Coon, Gary Cox,
Jim Prult, David Purcell, Ed Cosby, Gerald Davis, Jerry
The Elmwood football team enjoyed a better seas
seasons. Although our record shows only two wins, it was successful as far as team
and school spirit. The record for the season was two wins, one tie, and five losses,
and ls improving every year. The team itself placed seventh in the conference and two
members were selected as members of the All-Conference team. They were Malcolm
Bollinger as tackle and Jerry Blankenship as guard. The 'lrojans were said to have the
best line ln the conference. Malcolm Bollinger was also selected by his team-mates as
being the most valuable player. Richard Coon and Vernon Broadfield, this year's co-
captalns, will be replaced by lack Jordan and David Inskeep, who were elected by the
team to lead next year's Trojans. The returning lettermen besides .Iack Jordan and David
Inskeep are: Bob Whitney, Lester Endres, Randy Snider, Vincent I-lauk, and Gary Cox.
Ilm Fruit was a letter winner who moved from Elmwood. The senior letter winners were:
Gerald Blankenship, Malcolm Bollinger, Vernon Broadfleld, Richard Coon, Doug Coulter,
and Larry McCoy. The season record was as follows:
Elmwood Valley 6'
Elmwood Bradford ,l 2
Elmwood Toulon l 0
Elmwood Wyoml ng 2 6
Elmwood Wethersfield 47
Elmwood Galva 1 3
Elmwood Walnut 0
Elmwood Princeville 6
J. V. Football
FRONT. ROW: Ilm Haines, Lester Trowbridge., Iack Burns,
Iack DeFord, Roger Davis, Steve Wrestler, Dean Vance.
SECOND ROW:' Iim Moravek, Larry Dawson, Robert Jones,
Roger Guild, David Purcell, Gary Cox, Wendell Wells,
Roger Boyer. Tl-IRID ROW: Howard Schlelch, Glen
McBeth, Gary Fincham, Blll Folkenroth, Jack Frame,
Phll Cunningham, Lyle Slane.
KNEELING: Tom Iones, IBCK I0l'd'3l'1, Dick Whitney, Gerald Patterson, Richard Coon. STANDING: Charles Chapman,
Malcolm Bollinger, Edward Cosby, Tom Kilpatrick, Ronald Brooks, Doug Coulter. Coach, Rolland Cady.
The 195 6-'57 Trojan Basketball team was hurt by the loss of eight seniors of
last year. The team had only two returning lettermen, Richard Coon and Sonny
Patterson. Bolstered by juniors for the rest of the starting five, the team ended
with a 10 win and 13 loss record. The 'lrojans just couldn't come through at the
last, except for one main instance, and that was the Canton Regional. As usual,
Elmwood got seeded with a big team, Canton. The Little Giants were confident for
a win because of their own floor and their supposed superiority. But the tables
turned and the Trojans overcame a 12 point third quarter deficit for a l point vic-
tory, 53 to 52. Coach Cady considered this the high point and climax for the
season. Quote Canton Daily Ledger, "It was the first time in the history of bas-
ketball play that a Canton team had been defeated in its opening tournament game.
The locals have been beaten in district, regional and sectional play, but never
before had the Purple and old Gold been turned back at the start." The Trojans
then were beaten in the final quarter of the second game of the regional by
Sonny Patterson was named as Blackhawk All-Conference Center. This is the
third straight year for Elmwood to place a man in this position. Tom Iones also
received honorable mention. Dick Whitney was awarded the Alumni free throw
award. Senior letter winners were: Sonny Patterson, Richard Coon, Douglas
Coulter, Ronald Brooks. Iunior letter winners were: Jack Jordan, Tom Iones and
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McK1nty. BACK ROW: Roger Boyer, Kenneth Forney, Kenneth Warner, Iack Frame, Gary Fincham, Jack
Burns, David Roffey, Iim Moravek. Coach, Mr. Stamp.
Junior Varsity Basketball
The Junior Varsity Basketball team started the season off with seven straight wins.
The team was only able to win 6 out of the next 13 games but ended with a very respect-
able 13 won and 7 loss record. They participated in the Princeville Fresh-Soph. Con-
ference Tourney, but were beaten in the first game by Walnut. They placed third in
Conference play under the direction of Coach Stamp.
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KNEELING: Dean Vance, Bob Parker, lack Burns, Tom Jones, Glen McBeth,
David Inskeep, Bill Polkenroth, Edward Cosby, Malcolm Bollinger, Ralph
Geeseman. THIRD ROW: Edward Graves, Gerald Eccles, Gerald Davis
Track is a minor sport at Elmwood, but is slowly rising in popularity. Many more
boys are now participating in local meets and are making very good showings. The
track team had entries in the Galva Relays at Galva, in the Blackhawk Conference Meet
at Princeville, the District Meet at Peoria, and the Gateway Classics at Clinton, Iowa.
At Galva, Malcolm Bollinger received first in the discus throw and third in the shot
put, while Tom Iones won second in the pole vault. Tom Iones won another second in
pole vaulting at Clinton, with Malcolm Bollinger winning a third in the discus and Richard
Coon a third in the high jump. The Blackhawk Meet ended with Jack Jordan winning a sec-
ond in the 880 rung Malcolm Bollinger getting a first in the discus and a second in shot puty
and Richard Coon and Edward Cosby tied for second in the high jump. Richard Coon was
the only team member to place in the District Meet: he tied for second in the high jump
event which qualified him for the State Meet. The team was under the direction of Coach
KNEELING: Douglas Coulter, Larry McCoy, Glen McBeth, Eugene Polen,
Tom Rhinehart, Iack Jordan. SECOND ROW: Randy Snider, Gerald Patterson,
Richard Coon, Dick Whitney, David Inskeep, Gary Fincham.
The baseball season was all but ruined by bad weather. Rain caused the reschedul-
ing of most of the games and hampered most of the practices. The season was opened
with wins over Brimfield and the Farmington Frosh. After that the team ran into a losing
streak, with losses to Knoxville, Wyoming, Yates City and to Farmington in District
play. Rain also caused the complete cancellation of two Blackhawk games, which were
never played, and games with local teams. The final' season record ended with a 2 win
and 5 loss tally. The baseball team was under the coaching of coach Rolland Cady,
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Steve Wrestler, Roger Boyer. SECOND ROW: lack Jordan, Charles Chapman,
Richard Coon, Pat Mclntyre, Floyd Dunham, Vincent Hauk, George Cusak:
Junior Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders
LEFT to RIGHT: Mary Newcomb, Analea Davis, Virginia
Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders
LEFT t RIGHT: Mary Ruth Dikeman, Vernon Broadfield, Iackie Martin
T Varsity Football Clieerleaders .
LEFT to RIGHT: Carol Lou Shaheen, Io Anne Gutshall, Linda DeFord
BACK ROW: Carol Smith, Nancy Runyon, Linda Bateman, Jean Hitchcock, Rowena
Geeseman, Beverly Tanner, Judy Purcell, Judy Keyser, Celia Cowley, Mary Ann Vance,
Jackie Martin, Evelyn Broadfleld. MIDDLE ROW: Kathy Kimbrough, Gloria Swanson,
Sharon Coon, Patty Boice, Pat Patterson, Judy Lair, Mary Ann Emery, Mary Bourgoin,
Joyce Webber, Marilyn Cocran, Sandra Plllman. BOTTOM ROW: Katy Bain, Mary Lou
Endres, Eileen Wagner, Karen Beal, Sandra Cochran, Alberta Swanson, Sandra Flncham,
Letitia Steer, Shirley Worsfold, Lou Ann Hoover.
KNDING: Janet Harlan, Projects chairman: Louise Bourgoln,
vliclty chairman: Carolyn Sparks, Song leader: Evelyn
'o1lett, Reporter: Margo Yarger, Historian. SEATED: Virginia
ana, Parliamentarian: Karen Kleen, Treasurer: Kay Wlndish,
zretaryg Mary Pettow, Vice-President: Nancy Glenn, President.
s. McCraith, Advisor.
The Elmwood chapter of the Future Homemakers
of America has a total membership of 81 girls this
year. Our program for the year began with a picnic
at Jubilee Park in August, and was followed in Sep-
tember by P. H.A. Courtesy Week. In October we
held Daddy Date Nite, and a meeting with the Farm-
ington F. H.A. Our Sadie Hawkins Dance was in
November, and the following month, December, we
had a Christmas party with the F,W, E, and the F.
F.A. Mrs. Joe Kendall showed slides on her trip to
Scandinavia at the Piggy Bank Party in January, and
in February we held our annual Sweetheart Swing. In
March the style show, Vanity Fair, was a huge suc-
cess. F.H.A. Week and the Senior F, H.A. girls'
trip to St. Louis were in April, and was followed,
in May, by the Civil Defense Program. We hope
our membership continues to be as large as it has
been this year.
BACK ROW: Judy McCoy, Judie Davis, Judy Duggins, Beverly Busklrk, Mary Dlkeman,
Catherine McIntyre, Marcella Smith, Joyce Nelson, Janet Freeking, Linda Chapman
Sharon Ekena, Francis Travers, Marilyn LaFollett. MIDDLE ROW: Barbara Yarger, Carol
Cape, Ann Mohn, JoAnn Gutshall, Dorothy Bowen, JoAnn McLaughlin, Annette Clouse,
Betty Largent, Kay Harkness, Violet Lewis, Rosemary Swanson, Maxine Robinson. BOT-
TOM ROW: Pat Freeklng, Emalena Largent, Joyce Remington, Mary McBeth, Mary
Newcomb, Judy Glllham, Elizabeth Talley, Carol Shaheen, Sheila Cusak, Linda De Ford.
The Chorus of Elmwood attended
the Festival at Princeville March 18,
The Looney Tuners received first
place in the District Contest at Mason
City on March 9, 1957 and received
third place at the State Contest at
Bradley University May 3, 1957.
BACK ROW: Sandra Pillman, Beverly Buskirk,
Evelyn Broadfield, Iudy Lair, Mary Dikeman,
Patty Boice, Mary Bourgoin, Mary Ann Emery,
MIDDLE ROW: Eileen Wagner, Gloria Swanson,
Patty Patterson, Jackie Martin, Kay Windish
Nancy Glenn, Katy Bain, Letitia Steer. BOT-
TOM ROW: Rowena Geesman, Beverly Tanner
Carol Smith, Mary Ann Vance, Karen Kleen,
Violet Lewis, Ioyce Nelson, Miss Proctor.
Henry Lawrence, Mary Dikeman, Duane Runyon
Kay Windish, Jack Jordan, Gloria Swanson,
Wayne Dalton, Nancy Glenn, Miss Proctor.
BACK ROW: Richard Coon, Henry Lawrence
Charles Chapman, Bill Dunham, Jack Frame,
Glenn McBeth, Jack Gilmore, Iim Haines,
FRONT ROW: lack Iordan, Tom jones, Duane
Runyon, lack Burns, Wayne Dalton, Robert
Parker, Dean Vance, Miss Proctor.
G.A.A. has been fairly active this .year. As a means of making money this year, the
G.A.A. sponsored a Donkey Basketball game on December 22. They sold candy bars at
noon with the Pep Club. They attended a play day at Fairview.
Ori May 14, G.A.A. ended their activities for the year with a picnic at Bradley Park
in Peoria. Awards were presented to some members.
Officers for this year were: 1
President .... Jackie Miles
Vice-President . . Ianet Harlan
Treasurer . . . . Mary Miles
Secretary . . Iudy Purcell
Reporter .... . .......... Nancy Glenn
Point Captains ........ Carroll Shaheen, Sandy Pillman
Louise Bourgoin, Letitia Steer, IoAnne Gutshall
G. A. A.
BACK ROW: Sharon Ekena, Lois Libby, Ianice Runyon, Marcella Smith, Iackie Martin, Mary Dikeman, Analea Davis, Carol
Smith, Mary Morton, Iudy Van Dusen, Judie Davis, Iudy Gillham. THIRD ROW: Linda Bateman, Nancy Miles, Mary McBeth,
Mary Newcomb, Nancy Runyon, Iean Hitchcock, Io Ann McLoughlin, Carolyn Sparks, Sharon Coon, Patty Boice, Mary Bourgoin,
Joyce Webber, Kay Harkness, Linda DeFord. SECOND ROW: Nancy Glenn, Iudy Purcell, Mary Miles, Iackie Miles, Louise
Bourgoln, Io Ann Gutshall, Carol Lou Shaheen, Sandra Pillman, Letitia Steer, Ianet Harlan, Virginia Ekena, Miss Fitzgerald.
BOTTOM ROW: Alberta Swanson, Sandra Fincham, Rosemary Swanson, Shirley Worsfold, Lou Ann Hoover, Shirley Slane,
Virginia Monroe, Karen Beal, Sheila Cusak.
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Glenn, Patty Bolce, Mary Bourgoln, MaryAnn Emery. SIXTH ROVW Jean Hitchcock, Alberta Swanson, Nancy
Runyon, Linda Bateman, Nancy Miles, Mary Morton, Pat Patterson, Sandra Fincham. FIFTH ROW: Ronald
Coon, Henry Lawrance, Jim Haines, Larry Proctor, Ann Mohn, Dorothy Bowen, Jo Anne McLoughlin, Kay
Wlndish, Eileen Wagner. FOURTH ROW: Carol Dann, Margo Yarger, Mary Lou Endres, Evelyn Lalfollett,
Emalena Largent, Linda Chapman, Marcella Smith, Sharon Ekena, Virginia Ekena. THIRD ROW: Katy Bain,
Evelyn Broadfield, Lois Libby, Rosemary,Swanson, Mary Miles, Janice Runyon. SECOND ROW: Judy
Dugglns, Judy McCoy, Sharon Coon, Kathy Kimbrough, Shirley Worsfold, Sandra Pillman, Judy Keyser,
Judy Lair. FIRST ROW: Miss Risen, Duane Runyon, Letltla Steer, Jackie Miles, Janet Harlan, Violet
Lewis, Judie Davis, Elizabeth Talley, Joyce Webber. CHEERLEADERS: Varsity Vemon Broadfleld, Mary
Dlkeman, Jackie Martin: Junior Varsity Analea Davis, Mary Newcomb, Virginia Morroe.
The Pep Club this year consists of about 60 members. The officers are:
President ................... Duane Runyon
Vice-President . . Letitia Steer
Secretary . . . . Jackie Miles
Treasurer . . . . . Ja net Harlan
Reporter .... . Vernon Broadfield
Sponsor ...................... Miss Risen
The Pep Club has been very active this year. They presented a float and
stunt in the homecoming festivities. With the proceeds from our candy sales,
we bought nine pennants which are now on display in the gymnasium.
On February 19, 1957, we had our Parents Night. The fathers represent-
ed their sons by wearing his number. The mothers received a carnation of
their choice. We hope to have a larger membership and more activities next
BACK ROW: Lyle Slane, Wayne Dalton, Iack Gilmore, Iack Frame, Ronald Coon, Glenn Moody, Philip Simpson, Richard
Coon, Randy Snider, Iack Trowbridge, lim Dawson, Stewart Lewis, Douglas Coulter. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Monroe,
Mary Miles, Analea Davis, Donald Spellman, Nickle Moore, Charles Chapman, Henry Lawrence, Richard Whitney,
lack jordan, Tom Iones, Ieff McK1nty, Edward Graves, David Roffery, Carol Goetz, Shirley Slane. BOTTOM ROW: Mary
Morton, Bessie Brown, Nancy Miles, Virginia Monroe, Robert Whitney, Iackie Miles, Duane Runyon, Iackie Martin,
Letitia Steer, Sandra Plllman.
President .... . . Bob Whitney
Vice-President . .. . . . Barbara Harris
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Jackie Miles
Reporter ...... Duane Runyon
Advisor .............. ............. M rs. Monroe
The Latin Club was more active this year than last. We entered a float in the home-
coming parade and received third place.
On February 27, 1957, the Latin Club held their Latin Banquet. After the dinner,
three stunts were presented. Following that was the crowning of the King and queen.
They were Bob Whitney and Iackie Miles. Then everyone voted for the best dressed
Romans. Bob Whitney was best dressed boy and Bessie Brown and Jackie Miles were
best dressed girls. They were awarded prizes.
We hope our club will be bigger and better next year.
STANDING: Mlss Risen, Louise Bourgoin, Carolyn Sparks, Evelyn LaPol1ett, Nancy Glenn, Mary Bourgoin, Sandy
Flncham, Mary Morton, Vernon Broadfield, Joyce Webber, Gary Flncnam. SEATED: Mary Dikeman, Gloria Swanson
Kay Wlndish, Pat Boice, Letitia Steer, Evelyn Broadfield, Duane Runyon, Iackie Martin, Henry Lawrence.
Once a month this year the ECHO has appeared in the halls. We are very proud ot
the many new features that were added and the improvements made.
Co-operation from reporters and the help from Miss Risen, our advisor, has made our
paper 3 SUCCSSS .
Co-Editors . . .
Assistant Editor .
Art Editors . .
Special Editor .
Feature Editor .
Sports Editor. .
Ertchange Editor .
Staff Typists . . .
Advisor . .
. . . . . . Letitia Steer, Barbara Harris
. Mary Dikeman, Gloria Swanson
. . . Patty Boice
. . Kay Windish
. .Duane Runyon
. . Iackie Martin
. Henry Lawrence
. Mary Bourgoin, Sandra Fincham
. . Miss Risen
The yearbook was edited by fourteen seniors who compose the Ulmus staff. The ad
Visors were Mrs. Hart, Miss Risen, and Miss Fitzgerald.
The staff sponsored a coke party, February 18, to honor the juniors for buying the
highest percentage of yearbooks. On April 30, a work night was held. Everyone stay
ed after school and worked on the yearbook until 8:30. Supper was enjoyed by all
Those on the staff are:
Co-Editor . .
Co-Editor . . .
Feature Editor. .
Art Editor ....
Business Editor . .
Sports Editor . .
Grade School . .
. . Ronald Coon
. . . Iudy Purcell
. Virginia Ekena
. . . Karen Kleen
. . . Vernon Broadfield
. . . . . Doug Coulter
. . Mary Vance, Stu Lewis
. . . . . . . . . . Joyce Webber, Carol Smith
Judie Davis, Catherine McIntyre, Betty Largent
F. F. A.
BACK ROW: Edward Cosby, Tyrone Henderson, Bill Dawson, Larry McCoy, Bill
Andrews, Lester Endres, Philip Cunningham, Allen Hartley, Donald Hogue.
THIRD ROW: Iim Groeper, Pat Mclntyre, Dale Patton, Malcolm Bollinger, Gerald
Davis, Iim Strapp, Roger Davis, David Purcell, Larry Mattson, Robert Woodcock.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Molinarolo, Bob Groeper, Maurice Stambaugh, Larry Miles,
Vincent Hauk, David lnskeep, Darrell Selgel, Steve Wrestler, Fred Ennis, LaVerne
Ennis. BOTTOM ROW: Robert LaPo11ett, Dean Vance, Terry McCoy, Tom Harding,
lack Burns, Bill Dunham, Kenneth Forney, Howard Schleich, Lester Trowbridge,
F. F. A. CALENDAR
Leadership Training School . . .... . September 12
Corn Picker Campaign . . . . October 8-15
Land Judging Contest . . . October 12
Freshman Initiation . . . . . . . . . .October 24
International Livestock Show . . . . . . November 26-27
Christmas Party with F.H.A. 61 F.W.E, . . December 10
Pest Contest . ............. December 3-21
Selling Calendar Ads . . December 3-15
Selling Magazines . . . , . December 3-10
Grain and Poultry Show ...... . December 8
Parliamentary Procedure Contest . . March 21
Livestock Judging Contest .... . April 25
Parent and Son Banquet . . April 30
F. W. E.
TOPROW: Ralph Geeseman, Roger Guild, GaryCox, Kenneth Archibald, John Davis, Vernon Hauk, Glenn McBeth, Ronnie
Sollenberger, Nickle Moore, Larry Dawson. MIDDLE ROW: Iohn Simpson, Gary Carey, lack DePord, Iim Sherlock, Jack
Trowl1idge,I1m Dawson, Dale Rynearson, Edward Austin, Roger Boyer, Donald Spellman. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Broughton,
Jim Moravek, Terry Ryan, Glenn Moody, Kenneth Warner, Wayne Dalton, Bill Folkenroth, Gary Fincham, George Cusak,
and Ronald Cusak .
The Future Woodworkers of Elmwood was formed November 25, 1955. At that time
there were fifteen charter members.
At the end of the school year of 1956 there was an organization party. At this time
initiation was held for the freshmen.
At the beginning of the 1956 school year we had twenty-three members. At this time
election of officers was held.
Glenn Moody ....
Kenny Warner .
Terry Ryan . . .
Wayne Dalton . .
Gary Fincham . .
Randall Robinson .
Bill Folkenroth . . .
Ianuary of 1957 there
. . . Secretary
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was initiation for the Freshmen, now making thirty
Band officers for this year were: President, Ronnie Coon: Vice-President, Iackie
Martin, Secretary, Virginia Monroe: Treasurer, Judy Keyser, Band Manager, Henry
Lawrence, Reporter, Mary Alice Bourgoin, and Librarian, Carroll Shaheen. The band
played at all the football and basketball games and sponsored dances after some of them.
Their activities included:
Concert at Homecoming Stunt night . . . October 18
Homecoming Parade ......... . . October 19
Christmas Party . . . December 18
Band Festival .... . . April 9
Concert ......... . May l7
Memorial Day Parade . . . May 30
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BACK ROW: Vernon Broadfield, Larry McCoy, Floyd Dunham, Randy Snider, Mr. Stamp, Mr. Cady, Edward Cosby,
Kenneth Archibald, Gerald Eccles, Tom Iones. MIDDLE ROW: Iack Jordan, Richard Whitney, Gerald Patterson, Richard
Coon, Douglas Coulter, Malcolm Bollinger, Ronald Sollenberger. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Chapman, Lester Endres,
Gary Fincham, Larry Proctor, Ronald Coon, David Inskeep.
A new organization was formed in the high school this year, which is the Letter-
man's Club. It is composed only of boys who have earned letters in any one or more
than one of the following activities: football, basketball, track, baseball and band.
This organization places the value of a letter higher because it entitles a student to en-
ter the club when he earns a letter.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Cady and Mr. Stamp, we held all of our meetings.
The following officers were elected at the last meeting: President, Richard Coon: Vice-
President, Douglas Coulter: Secretary-Treasurer, Sonny Patterson.
The Letterman's Club and G.A.A. co-sponsored a Donkey Basketball Game during the
year. The Letterman's Club also sold Elmwood 'Trojan sweat-shirts. We held a picnic
at Canton with our proceeds.
Homecoming activities began on October eighteenth with a chile supper sponsored
by the seniors and held in the cafeteria. Following the supper a stunt show was held
in the gym by the various classes and organizations. Also, the queen and her attendants
were presented. It was MC'd byRonald Coon. The seniors thought the chile supper was
a huge success.
For the first time our queen and her attendants reigned over the festivities beginning
with the supper.
Friday found students hurrying around putting the finishing touches on their floats.
The parade began at the schoolhouse around 2:30 and made its way to Main Street.
Many people were there to enjoy the band, the floats, and watch the car carrying Queen
Iudy Purcel, and her attendants Ianet Harlan, Karen Kleen, Carol Smith, and Judie Davis.
We then came back to the school and were led in a pep rally by our cheerleaders..
That night we had our game with Galva and much to our sorrow lost 13-0. Iust be-
fore the game started the four winning floats were driven around the field.
At 9:30 the dance got under way in the gym with music furnished by Mr. Cady's
orchestra. At 11:00 the winners of the floats were announced with the seniors placing
first for the last three years. The juniors placed second and the Latin Club third. Hon-
orable mention went to the sophomores. Also at that time Mr. Stamp crowned Queen
Iudy Purcell and King Malcolm Bollinger. The King's attendants were: Vernon Broadfield,
Larry McCoy, Richard Coon, and Ierry Eccles. So, at 12:00 the dance ended, and thanks
to everyone, it was a huge success.
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On November 16, a rollicking comedy entitled "Tiger on His Toes" was pre-
sented by the Iunior Class under the direction of Nlrs. Ruth Monroe. It was greatly
enjoyed by all who attended, and proved to be a great success.
Cuthbert Blevins . . . . . Iack Jordan
Henry Blevins . . .... Duane Runyon
Louisa ..... . Mary Alice Bourgoin
Mattie .... .
Macy Potter .... .
Thomas I. Blevins . . .
Cliff Harrison . . .
Coach Torrance . . .
Conchita Martinez . . . . .
Miss Maybelle Crossland . .
Sue Matthews . . . .... .
Hortense Sellinger . . .
Kitty Cavendish . .
Fred . . . .
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On March 22 the Senior Class under the direction of Mrs. Marjorie Sims pre-
sented their play, " Midnight". The following is the cast of characters from the
Iulie Greenwood . .
Claire Greenwood. .
Bob Morris ....
Samuel Hardman . .
Ioe Howard . .
Hugh Nichols . .
Mr. Smith . . .
Paula Ward . .
Mrs. Wick . .
Kate Bagley . .
Eddie Bower . .
. Joyce Nelson
. Karen Kleen
. Ronald Coon
. . . Richard Coon
. Mary Etta Pettow
. Vernon Broadfield
. . Claude Spellman
. Douglas Coulter
. Tom Kilpatrick
. Beverly Tanner
. Virginia Ekena
. . . . . . . Violet Lewis
. . . . . . . . Stewart Lewis
Sharon Ekena, Ianet Harlan
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Friday, May 10, 1957, found the juniors in a mild state of uproar. The prom day had
At 6:30 the seniors were guests at a banquet prepared by the junior mothers. A program
followed the banquet. The welcome was given by the junior class president Nancy Glenn:
the response by the senior class president Ronald Coon: a vocal solo by Gloria Swanson: a
reading by Letitia Steer: a short talk followed by The Lord's Prayer by Mr. Cady: and the pre-
sentation of gifts to the seniors.
Nine o'clock arrived and we began dancing to the music of the Modernaires in a gym
beautifully decorated with fans, a fountain, and other items in keeping with the theme.
Ten o'clock came at last and the royal procession was led by Nancy Glenn and jack
jordan, the junior class president and vice-president: they were followed by Tom jones and
Kay Windish, the junior attendants: behind them came Vernon Broadfield and Catherine McIntyre,
the senior attendants. Next came the royal pair, King Richard Coon and Queen Janet Harlan.
Last of all came punch boy Glenn McBeth and punch girl Nancy Miles.
At 12:00 the dance ended and we all proceeded to the Chuck Wagon after which we re-
turned to Elmwood and attended the movie there.
Four o'clock found a group of sleepy looking students eating breakfast at the high school.
This was the first all night prom and after a very enjoyable evening we all agreed that it
was a huge success.
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Ramshaw Motor Sales
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Elmwood, Illinois 59
Twila Brewer Diane Dailey Karen Hall Billy Harrison Romona McNeil
Pafrlck Renwick Leah Simpson Susie Strappe Barbara Swxndler Susan Van Dusen
Alvin Coghran Max Davis William Kilpatrick David McCartney Earnest Rosecrans
Earl Davis i Ruth Taylor
Swanson's Auto Body Shop
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Miller Farm upplies
"Feed 61 Supplies For Your Need"
Quality Groceries 6: Meats
Norma Blelchner Roberta Ennis Ialee Graves Kathy Harlan Mary Kimbrough janet Lewellyn Cathy McFal1
Martha Metz Marilyn MOOGY Elaine Omohundro Marilyn Taylor Eddie Dailey Scott Davis David Garrison
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The Penny Super Market
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Rebecca Bennett Iean Chambers Diana Ennis Iudy Fruit Cheri LaFollette Betty Phllbee
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Willllm MCCOY Michael McLaughlin Iames Miles Carl Nixon Ronald Rynearson George Slane
Douglas Thompson Margaret Brennan George Vanpugen
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Debbie Westall Mary May Whitmore
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Gloria Bennett Louise Cochran Connie Fleming Christine Gutshall
Carol Keeler Lou Ann leppla Susan McNeil Cathy Io Simpson
Christine Wxndish Paula Nelson James Riinlngton Berwyn Ekena
Thomas Shissler Timothy Reinhart Iohn Turner Gary Moody
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Clothing, Shoes, and Furnishings
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Ladies' Fine Hosiery
Elmwood Food Center
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Funk' s "G" Hybrids
Shissler Seed Company
Field Seeds Sr Fertilizers
The Elmwood Grade School Band under the direction of Mr. Mitchell was rated
Division One in both the District and State Band contests during the past year. These
contests are sponsored by the Illinois Grade School Band Association.
FRONT ROW: Ruth Lawrence, Sharon Proctor, Gerald Shaheen, Carol Van Dusen, Barbara
Beal, Loma Garrison, Cheryl Norris.
SECOND ROW: Jeanette Brown, Mary Archibald, Bob DeFord, Suellen Swanson, Betty
Williamson, Elmer Bennett, Richard Coon, Janice Windish, Raymond Graves, Richie
Snider, Tom DeFord, Wesley Worley.
THIRD ROW: Jim Windish, Rosemary Inskeep, Glenene Windish, Diane Maher, Bonnie
Bennett, Dick Woodcock, Keith Cox, Connie Folkenroth, Judy Jones, Janet McGuire, Ethel
Bleichner, John Archibald, Patricia Maher, George Shaheen.
BACK ROW: Mr. Mitchell, Carl Snyder, Richard Parr, Bob Murphy, Dan Boatwright,
FRONT ROW: Sharon Proctor, division one State Band Solo contest: Sharon Proctor,
Loma Garrison, Ruth Lawrence "Woodwind Trio" division one in State Band Ensemble
contest: Cheryl Norris, division one State Band Solo contest.
SECOND ROW: Ethel Bleichner, division one State Band Solo contest: Iohn Archibald,
member of ensemble: Patricia Maher, division one State Band Solo contest: George
Shaheen, division two State Band Solo contest: Ethel Bleichner, Iohn Archibald, Patricia
Maher, George Shaheen "Brass Quartet" division two State Band Ensemble contest,
Richie Snider, Wesley Worley, Tom DeFord "Cornet Trio" division one State Band En-
THIRD ROW: Ianet McGuire, division two State Band Solo contest: Diane Maher, divi-
sion one District Solo Band contest: Jeanette Brown, division two District Solo Band
contest: Mary Archibald, division two State Band Solo contest, Gerald Shaheen, division
two Di strict Band Solo contest: ,Rosemary Inskeep, Glenene Windish "Clarinet Duet" di-
vision two District Ensemble contest, Glenene Windish division two State Band Solo con-
test, Barbara Beal, division two District Band Solo contest.
BACK ROW: Mr. Mitchell Band director, Dan Boatwright, division two rating State
Band Solo contest.
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This group took part in the Peoria County Choral Festival
FRONT ROW: Brian Hoffman, Richard Parr, Ronnie Boyer, Barry Coulter, Dan Boatwright,
Edward Threw, George Shaheen, Raymond Graves, Gerald Shaheen, Jim Windish, Harry
SECOND ROW: Loma Garrison, Mary McKown, Linda Bollinger, Barbara Beal, Rooerta
Miles, Suellen Swanson, Sharon Ray, Ruth Andrews, Sandra Klinck, Linda Gui ld.
THIRD ROW: Pamela Lott, Betty Perryman, Louise Philbee, Aleta Trumpinski, Ianice
Windish, Ianet McGuire, Patricia Maher, Ruth Lawrence, Connie Folkenroth, Marianne
BACK ROW: Walter McKown, Vicky Cox, Sharon Proctor, Ethel Bleichner, Melanie Frame
Judy Wallick, Patricia Fleming, Sharon Hall, Miss Proctor, Steve Webber.
This was the first year for an accompanied chorus at the Grade School. This Chorus
received a division two rating in the State Sectional Music contest.
FRONT ROW: Loma Garrison, Pamela Lott, Linda Guild, Connie Folkenroth.
SECOND ROW: Mary McKown, Linda Bollinger, Barbara Beal, Roberta Miles, Suellen
Swanson, Sharon Ray, Ruth Andrews, Sandra Klinck.
THIRD ROW: Betty Perryman, Louise Philbee, Aleta Trumpinski, Ianice Windish, Ianet
McGuire, Patricia Maher, Ruth Lawrence, Marianne Kleen.
BACK ROW: Vicky Cox, Sharon Proctor, Ethel Bleichner, Melanie Frame, Judy Wallick,
Pat Fleming, Sharon Hall, Miss Proctor.
FRONT ROW: Sherry Clark, Bonnie Bennett, Linda Bollinger, first, second, third place
in the order named in the American Legion Essay contest, Ethel Bleichner, All State Band
representative and winner of Elmwood Fine Arts in instrumental: Vicky Cox, Orationp
Louise Philbee, Vocal: Iim Windish, Vocal, Cwinners at the Elmwood Fine Arts contestl,
Iim Windish, division three rating in State Vocal contest.
BACK ROW: Miss Shively, director of Legion Essay Winners, Mrs. Atherton, director of
Declamationg Patricia Fleming, Humorous Declamation, Pauline Slane, Dramatic Declama-
tionp Sharon Proctor, Piano: fall winners at the Elmwood Pine Arts contestl M155 Proctor,
Vocal directory Mr. Mitchell, Band director.
FRONT ROW: Janet Lishman, Bob DeFord, Ronnie Boyer, Barry Coulter, Patricia Fleming,
George Shaheen, Raymond Graves, Elmer Stambaugh, Sandra Klinck, Ruth Andrews, Dan
Boatwrlght, Dennis Wrestler.
SECOND ROW: Richard Parr, Marianne Kleen, Jim Reinhart, Patricia Runyon, Jim Wlndlsh,
Gerald Shaheen, Edward Threw, Linda Howard, Alex Morton, Miss Shlvely.
THIRD ROW: Janet Finfrock, Mary Ann Johnson, Dale Keime, Bob Murphy, Judy Walllck,
Elmer Bennett, Sherry Clark, Harry McFall, Allan Cochran, Bob Perryman.
BACK ROW: Aleta Trumpinskl, Louise Phllbee, Steve Webber, Walter McKown, Carl
Snyder, Keith Cox, Dale Runyon, Pamela Lott, Betty Perryman, Janice Windlsh, Roberta
,The Elmwood Grade Heavyweights enjoyed a record of 20 wins and 1 defeat during
the 1956-'57 season. They were winners of the Peoria County Championship, the State
Sectional Tournament and were defeated in their only loss of the season in the second
game of the State Tournament at Rantoul, by Chillicothe.
FRONT ROW: Cheerleaders, Janet Lishman, Rosemary Inskeep, Mary Ruth Inskeep,
SECOND ROW: George Shaheen, David Jordan, Bob Murphy, Bob Talley, Gerald Shaheen,
Iim Wlndish, Manager.
BACK ROW? Coach Tompkins, Bob Patterson, Walter McKown, Keith Cox, Dale Runyon,
Gary Inskeep, Coach Hartley.
The Elmwood Grade Lightweignts enjoyed a season record of ll wins and 6 defeats
during the 1956-'57 season. The Lightweights placed fourth in the State Sectional Tourna-
ment held at Cuba.
FRONT ROW: Cheerleaders, Mary Ruth Inskeep, Rosemary Inskeep, Ianet Lishman,
SECOND ROW: Timmy Dunn, Allan Swindler, Terry Runyon, Clifton Forney, Raymond
Graves, Richie Snider, Bob DeFord, Wayne Harding.
THIRD ROW: Coach Tompkins, Iim Windish, Manager, George Shaheen, Bob Talley,
Brian Hoffman, David Jordan, Gerald Shaheen, ,Ronnie Boyer, Coach Hartley.
The Elmwood Grade Track team placed several individuals in various meets during
the 1957 season.
FRONT ROW: Raymond Graves, George Shaheen, Gerald Shaheen Kali letter winners in
District relayl, David Jordan, Iim Philbee, Iohn Archibald, Richie Snider.
SECOND ROW: Timmy Dunn, Terry Runyon fletter winner in District pole vaultj, Steve
Stewart, Clifford Bateman, Rickey Keyser fletter winner in District relaYl, Paul Smith,
BACK ROW: Coach Tompkins, Allan Cochran Kletter winner in District shot putj, Bob
Patterson Cletter winner County, District, Sectional pole vaultj, Dale Runyon iletter
winner in District low hurdlesj, Keith Cox fletter winner in County high jump, broad
jump and hop step, - in the District in both the high jump and the broad jump, and in
the Sectional he qualified for the State by placing in high jump and broad jumpj, Bob
Hogue, Bob Murphy Qletter winner in District pole vaultj, Coach Hartley.
The Elmwood Grade Baseball team won 8 games and lost 1 during the 1955 season.
The only defeat came at the hands of Farmington, in the District Tournament, by the
score of 4-2.
FRONT ROW: Allan Swindler, Jim Philbee, Terry Runyon, Timmy Dunn, Bob DePord,
BACK ROW: Coach Tompkins, Bob Murphy, Bob Patterson, Walter McKown, Keith Cox,
Dale Runyon, Gary Inskeep, Coach Hartley.
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SENIOR BABY PICTURES
Mary Etta Pettow-32
Mary Ann Vance-41
Judy Van Dusen-42
1872-B.C. Allensworth, Prof.: Ella
Brain, Mary Hopkins, Ellza Hurlburt,
Hattie Keene, Eliza Mathews, Hettie
Parsell, Mlnnle Rogers, Stella Rose,
Flora Smlth, Edson Walton, Ella Woods.
1873-James M. Greenley, Prof.: Laura
1874-James M. Greenley, Prof.: Lettle
Bartholomew, Joseph Williamson.
1875-James Kelly, Prof.: Alice Biggs,
Rosa Ryan, Florence Whitney.
1876-James Kelly, Prof.: No Graduates.
1877-James Kelly, Prof.: No Graduates.
1878-LM. Crow, Prof.:Lois Brown, Ed
1879-LM. Crow, Prof.: Asa M. Brown,
George N. Brown, Bathena Coon,
Florence Darby, Belle Kellogg. Huburt
Marshall, more Mex.-ly, mine Purcell.
1880-LM. Crow, Prof.: Mattie Barrett,
Hettle Coon, Minnie Purcell.
1881-LM. Gow, Prof.: James Les, John
Phelfer, Mabelle Ryan.
1882-T.B. Bird, Prof.: Ella Flanegln,
Ida Patterson, Evan Slaughter.
1883-T.B. Bird, Prof.: Llda Dinan,
Nettle Klghtlinger, Maggie McCowan,
Llzzle Pulslpher, Atlc Purcell, Nettle
1884-C.R. Vandervoort, Prof.: Orle
Bartholomew, Kate Calllster, Laura
Lobaugh, LumanRoyce, Howard Spangler.
Bertha Wheeler, Frank Whitney.
1885-C.R. Vandervoort, Prof.: El
Cllngan, Frances Daniels, Fredlcka
Mathewson, Frank Wldmeyer.
1886-W.J. Pringle, Prof.: Lura Helen
Bartholomew, Harriet Jones, Ed. C.
Slayton, Harry Tompkins.
1887-WJ. Pringle, Hof.:Anna Enrlght,
Minnie Lawrence, Edward Siegel.
1888-WJ. Prlngle, Prof.: Edson E.
Dalton, Kate Hurff, Ernest Lobaugh,
Fred Patterson, Sam Tldd.
1889-W.I. Pringle, Prof.: John Bltner,
Ed. U. Henry, Milo Ketchum, Edith
Klghtllnger, Howard Kirkpatrick, Philip
Phares, Fred Pratz, James Slayton.
list of Graduates
1890-WJ. Pringle, Prof.: Charles Burt,
Sadle Clinch, Fred Darby, Bessie Lwalt,
Orrle Snyder, Estelle Wasson.
1891-WJ, Pringle, Prof.: Emma Anderson,
Ge'tle Davls, Evert Kemp, Lillian Wheeler,
1892-WJ. Pringle, Hof.: Harrison Dixon,
Charles Farnum, Heptonstall, Edna
Lawrence, NellleA. Perrin, Fred Slaytor
1893-S.B. Allison, Prof.: Ora Currllngs,
Frank Hogglns, Asa Kirkpatrick, Harry
Macy, Emma Putman, Sanford .Schr1ers,
Anna Vandervoort, Ester Wasson, Katie
1894-S.B. Allison, Prof.: Ethel Culllngs,
Charles Day, Bertha Denning, Reba
Herrlot, Charles McCork1e, Bert Riner,
Anna Smlth, Myrtle Slayton, Mae Smlth,
1895-S.B. Allison, Prof.: Anna Anderson,
Laura Bodine, George Davidson, Cara
Dlrh, Bessie Ennis, Edith Jones, Bertram
Kemp, Daniel Ketchum, Harvey Lott,
Edith Patterson, Mary Rose, C. Vance,
Minnie Woods, Winlfred Wheeler,
1896-L.R. Flanegln, Prof.: Fanny
Bourgoln, Clingan, Grace Famum,
Martha Holt, Stella Kirkpatrick, Nellle
Mannock, Nina Miller, Marie Regan,
Emma Rlner, Nellie Slayton, Rena
Webster, Lavarre Wycoff.
1897-L.R. Flanegm, Prof.: Mable Demung,
Rose Douglas, Smuel Garrison, Ge'1rude
Hardenberg, Qtha Heptonstall, Elmer
Hutbel, leo Johnson, MaryKlnnear, Sadie
Lott, Jessie Mannock, Effie Mathis, Ethel
Runyan, Harrywells, Earnest Wheatcroft.
1898-L.R. Flanegin, Prof.: Frank
Armstrong, Charles Cllnch, Harold
Cullings, Nettle mbache, Frank Eslinger
Blanch Herriott, Henry Jarman, Patience
Jarman, Roy Klghtlinger, Ethel McCann,
Alice McCullough, Anna McDermott,
Esther Nelson, Harry Rose, Bertha
Vvaibel, Myrtle Webster, Erma Westbay.
1899-L.R. Hanegln, Prof.: Leslie
Anderson, Anna Armstrong, Ada C. Buell,
Anna Debacher, Pearl Greenough.
Myrtle Debacher, Lora Hart, Elliott E.
Head, Harlan Hubbell, Harlan Jones,
Nellle E. McCabe, Nora E. McCarty,
TessieA. McDermott, ,David H. Morton,
Margaret M. Nelson, Nora Nelson, Edna
L. Patterson, Margaret E. Stewart,
Bla-nch Swlgert, Harry Troth.
1900-L.R. Flanegin, Prof.: Archie Miles,
1901-L.R. Flanegln, Prof.: Edwin Brown,
Marion Brown, Nellie Earlng, Lloyd
Graham, Earl Henry, Allan Hlgglns,
Amyl-lotchklss, Dean Jay, Leroy Karshaw,
Florence McKerrow, Albert Van Patten,
Neva Walton, Cllfton Wycoff.
1902-LM. Martin, Prof.: Mary Bowers,
Everet S. Cathcart, Bert Conrey, Ross
E. Culllngs, Mable DeBacher, Maurice
Gumley, Mlna Morton, Nina E. Palmer,
Elsie M. Phllbowa, Fannie E. Remmele,
Charles E. Smlth, Dale E. Snyder.
1903-Charles Stuart, Prof.: Maillafioopet.
Margaretta Jay, Rea Harkness, Edson
Klnnear, Fred Martz, Harry Quigley,
Maude Smlth, Raymond Troth, James
Turner, Earl Vance, Nellie Wells, Belle
1904-Charles Stuart, Prof.: Will Bolin,
Lottie Bourgoln, Evallne Brooks, Leta
Cutheat, John Oumley, Mary Humphreys,
Monica Smlth, Merle Snyder, Nellle
Wheatcroft, Sylvia Zoll.
1905-Charles Stuart, Prof.: LellaArmsu'ong,
Lottie' Armstrong, Anna Booth, Charles
Bowes, FlonenceGalrle1, Charles G'umley,
Earl Hcrsley, Allce Ovis, Paul Westbay.
1906-Charles Stuart, Prof.: Gertrude
Bowers, Mlldred Bowers, Orral Conver,
Ina Learned, Glennie Tyler, Gertrude
1907-Charles Stuart, Prof.: John
Boswell, Irwin Dalton, Bertha Graham,
Gilbert Lane, Raymond Lyons, Cara
Nelson, Essle Rynearson, Florence
Walton, Ada Wheatcroft, Paul Wells,
Earle Zink, Iantha Zoll.
1908'T.S. Henry, Hoff: A!'m5U'0HQf
Frances Jay, Edna Learned, Clifford
Lott, Lillie Mannock, Agnes Morton,
Edna Parr, Miriam Potts, Wallace Snyder.
Jack Troth, Frances Walton, Katherine
White, Marie Zlnk.
1909-T.S. Herry, Prof.: Florence firlger,
Hemy Kessler, Alice Lott, Harry Niece,
1910-T.S. Henry, Prof.: Goldla Booth,
Samuel Conver, Sara Conver, Sidney
Culllngs, Arthur Dalton, Lola Flsh,
Floyd Gooding, Mabel Higgins, Walter
Mannock, Raymond Nlbbelln, Ella Oakes.
Mable Scorl. Clarence Shlssler.
19l1-T.S. Henry, Prof.: John Bowers,
Mabel Brooks, Hazel DeBacher, Frieda
1. ,,...'1...,M, . .lr ,r 4 in a
EF , for
Korth, Ella Van Pelt, Jennle Phlllps,
Eleanor Schlots, John Stevens.
1912-T.S. Henry, Prof.: Frances Bowers.
William Crlger, Raymond Dlkeman, Neal
Higgins. Chester Lyons, Florence Lyons,
Thora Morton, Lols Nichols, Bernice
Noel, Ethel Reed, Newell Reed, Florence
Seltzer, Harold Shlssler, Allce Tolbert.
1913-C.C. Condlt, Hof.: laura Brown,
Bernice Gollday, Oliver Gre90fY, Ralph
Kilpatrick, Howard Schlots, John Schultz,
Hazel Seltzer, Wllhelmlna Taylor, Elwyn
Troth, Leroy Watklns, Vivian Whiting,
1914-C.C. Gondlt, Prof.: Hazel Atherton,
Edna Brooks, Louise Condit, Margretha
Frlechchs, Roy Gcre, Clifton Humphreys,
Evelyn Humphreys, Eleanor McCann,
Esther Nichols, Blanch Oldknow, Frand
Schultz, Gecrge Shissler, Margaret Smith,
1915-C.C. Oondlt, Prof.: Maude Adams,
Grace Barrett, Gilman Davidson, Leona
Hlgglns, Eva Holt, Charlotte Johnson,
Marie Kelly, Edwln Kilpatrick, Leonard
Lang, Elsie Lyons, Jessie McCann,
Myrtle McKown, Logan Nelson, Una
Nelson, Lena Seltzer, Louise Shlssler,
Georgia Taylor, Lllllan Van Sickle,
1916-C.C. Condlt, Prof.: Frank Allen,
Leona Day, Charles Dooley, Edna Foster,
Leonard Hlgglns, Veda Holt, Fern
Humphreys, Earl Kelly, Wlnlhed Kelly,
Maude King, Esther Korth, Almetta
Maher, Edgar McDonald, Mary McFall,
Howard Redding, Roscoe Redding,
Margery Schenck, Margery Strufe, Merle
Threw, Naomi Waibel, Gladys Wooten,
1917-C.C. Condlt, Prof., Marjorie
Bowers, Clifton Conver, Frank Johnson,
John Kilpatrick, George McKinley, Lulu
McKown, Elmer Miles, Hugh Nelson,
Donald Niece, Russel Schori, Catherine
Stevens, Henry Tully, Max Wasson.
l9l6-C. c. comm, Prof., Howard
Atherton, Isaax Barrett, Elmore Brown,
Leola Burt, Grace Carlson, Dorothy
Condlt, James Cusack, Patrick Cusack,
Mary Davls, Pearl Dragoo, Thomas
Dwyer, Lora Flanegln, Russell Fuller,
Margaret Gmahle, Margurlte Gregory,
Roy Harkness, Harold Herbert, Rutha
Ireton, Nan Johnson, Naomi Johnson,
Lucille Kelly, Opal Kelly, Alma Llndzey,
Gladys Llndzey, Edna MacKonald, Leslle
MacDonald, Mildred Peters, Nellle
Schenck, John Schorik, Leah Thatcher,
Charles Tldd, Mary Threw, Frances Van
Slckle, Gayle Weeks, Helen White.
1919-C.C. Condlt, Prof.: Leroy Andrews,
June Bandy, Ada Boice, Mark Brennan,
Horace Demlck, Maude Mlller, Louis
Miles, Edwin Miranda, Margaret Phares,
Gladys Proctor, Richard Schenck, Mona
Snyder, Rosanna Stevens, Wilda Threw,
Lauretta Tully, Elma Wasson, Rowena
Wasson, Margaret Wtckwire, Verna
Wooten, Francis Zlnk.
l920-C. C. Condit, Prof.: Gladys
Archibald, Ralph Bacher, Howard Carter,
Marianne Clinch, Mary Cusack, Mary
Dwyer, Harley Green, Anna Grumley,
George Gutshall, Hazel Gutshall, Blrdella
Harkness, Frances McCarty, Verna
Miles, Bruce Mullen, Elva Peters,
Forrest Reed, Genevieve Riner, Mona
Rlstlne, Dorls Shlvely, I-larry Statler,
Ruth Thatcher, Anna Trowbridge, Dean
Threw, Ferne Threw, Harvey Van Sickle,
Adrienne Herbert, Mildred Hlggens,
Rachel Holt, Gerald Jarman, Alta Johnson,
Roy Keeling, Helen Llndzey, Owen
l92l-C.C. Condlt, Prof.: Clare Bragg,
Dean Condlt, mth French, Myrta Martin,
Chester Mlles, Ralph McKown, Fred
Schlots, Margaret Spcrrer, Ruby Wasson,
Mabel Worley, Albert Wolford, Rutl.
1922-C.C. Condit, Prof.: Elora Burt,
Kathryn Calllster, Leon Carter, Ruth
Caldwell, Arthur Draggo, Lawrence
Harkness, Clyde Hendrix, Roland
Hitchcock, Faye Hoyt, Edith Jarman,
Margaret Kilpatrick, Harry MacDonald,
Erma McKlnty, Bernard Mullen, Loren
Oakes, Florence Phares, Everett Redding,
Walter Redding, Russell Remmelle,
Earl Schenck, Herman Shelton, Roma
Shlvely, Ensley Strapp, Florence Threw,
Daniel Tully, Edwin Watkins, Mary
Whitney, Grace Wickwlre.
1923-C,C. Condit, Prof.: Della Brown,
Floyd Down, Pearl Clinch, Doris Colvin,
Cecil Coon, John Culllngs, Kathryn
Cusack, Walter Dalton, Millard Day,
Wlllard Del-'crd, Mary Demlck, Margaret
Ekstrand, Everett Epley, Lucile Flint,
William Schenck, Margaret Seltzer,
Harry Stotler, Lester Turl, Earlene
Weeks, Elva Wolford, Dorothea Young.
1924-C.C. Condit, Prof.: Minerva
Carlsln, Jeanette Colidge, Ruth Eslinger,
Gecrge Flelshez Lorena Fleisher, Myrtle
Flickinge, Jessle French, Pauline Jarman,
Agnes Kelly, Opal Llndzey, Louise Macey,
Lela Murphy, Chester Patton, Zelda
Perrill, Iona Rambo, Ruth Shlvely, Nina
Threw, Etta Vohland, Leonard Wlndish,
1925-J.H. Francis, Prof.: Howard Berger,
Evaett Bogrer, Ruth Cllnch, Cornelia Day,
Gladys DeFord, Leone DeFord, Daniel
Fremh, Kathryn Gollday, Loren Harkness,
Helen Hart, Lois Henry, Neva Higgins,
Norma Huvert, Loring Jarman, Kathryn
Maher, Beulah McClure, Verna Metz,
Gecrge Moore, Laurence Moran, George
Montgomery, Dorothy Nelson, Ruth
Nichols, Opal Richardson, Alice Shawver,
Loren Shelton, L. Richard Whitney,
Frances Wlckwlre, Mildred Wiley.
192 6-J. H. Francis, Prof, 3 Dorothea
Bowman, Zvuyne Callls, Ruth Culllngs,
Bertha Dalton, Dcris Ibbbs, Julla Dwyer,
Harley Pleisher, Lester Hartley, Clarable
Herbert, Deforest Hitchcock, Ada Hoyt,
Owen Hubbell, Milford Klrkhride, Thomas
Lee, Irene Maher, Adell McVey, Thomas
Mlller, Mary Noggle, Dean Proctor,
Lowell Redding, Ward Schorl, Carl
1927-E.E. Downing, Supt.: Ada Bohrer,
Helen Buston, Thelma Callls, Lois
Challacombe, Mable Dawson, Glenn
DeFord, Wallace Eknaick, Velda Dlbands,
Lynne Pagotte, Marie Flelsher, Irma
Fllcklnger, Oral Gallagher, Lloyd
Graham, Glenn Hall, Leonard Heller,
Raymond Hicks, Louise McKlnty, Lucllle
Murphy, Julla Patton, Harold Redding,
Velda Scragg, Francis Shlvely, Clyde
Wheels, Leo Wlndlsh, Louis Wlndish,
1928-E.E. Downing, Supt.: Louise
Anderson, Frances Clemmer, Bernice
Corbett, Marie Ekstrand, Gall Emerlck,
James Foster, Marion Harper, Isabel
Hoyt, Mary Johnson, Kathleen Manock,
John Mathis, Stanton Moore, Helen
Moran, Bernice Pierson, John Ryan,
Rolen Searle, Inez Smlth, Susanna Smlth,
Elizabeth Stes, Frances Yerby.
1929-E.E. Downing, Supt.1 Vlrglnla
Atherton, Juanita Bohrer, Jesse Boice,
Kathryn Bowers, Eugene Buxton, Audrey
Coon, Sanford Coon, Marjale Coulter,
Juanita DeGroot, Howard Foster, Harold
Hicks, Ruth Jarman, Frances Llndzey,
Armin Llschaf, Gayle Phares, Bill Procter,
Hugh Nixon, Alice Redding, Esther
Schulthes, Leland Slmklns, Thelma
ScraQ9f Elon Steer, John Weeks, Helen
1930-E.E. Downlng, Supt.: Arwlne
Archibald, Cecella Armstrong, Vlrglnla
Bailey, Edwln'Bock, Eugene Bourgoln, Lois
Carter, Norman Clark, Walter Clinch,
Thomas Cooley, Robert England, Alice
Fosts, Paul Fussner, Ralph Graham, John
Hart, Gladys Heller, Mary Herbert,
Paul Hltchcock, Pauline Hitchcock,
Mllcied Krlsher, John Llndzey, Charles
Ltvlngston, Margery Mathis, Charles
Manock, Alfred Miles, Mildred Reed,
Beth Shlvely, Louise Turner, James
Voorhees, Eldon Wiley, Izola Yates.
1931-E.E. Downing, Supt.p Betty
Armstrong, Dorothy Bates, Thomas
Clerms, Vera Catherine Custer, Kenneth
Davy, Ralph Gayman, Mary Hedden,
Lucille Hitchcock, Berwyn Huey, Nellie
Livingston, Danlel Maher, Mary Ellen
Manock, Owen McK1nty, Elmer Moody,
John Plsson, Rosco Pullen, Opal Shane,
Edwin Shlvely, Adeline Thomas, Paul
Thompson, Cornelius Vance, Helen
Weeks, Woodrow Worley, Justine Zlnk.
1932-E.E. Downlng, Supt.: Wllllam
Armstrong, Clifford Atherton, George
Boyer, Eldon Burt, Hazel Coon, Eileen
DeG'oot, Frances Dobbs, Wllma frame,
Harry Haines, Samuel Haines, Ralph
Hall, Qahella Huxtable, Slgnell Kauffman,
Gladys Kneer, Geneva Mathis, Harvey
M:Fall, Jr., Wllden McKown, Raymond
Miles, Margaret Miller, Orville Moody,
Roberta Moore, Fredrick Nagel, Frances
Oldfleld, Milo Phares, John Shell,
l.loyd1ne Taylor, Joseph Thomas, Helen
Tnoth, Howard Wlndlsh, Jeanette Worley,
Hugh Wycoff, Gerald Yerby.
1933-E.E. Downing, Supt.g Frances Ann
Armstrong, Richard Atherton, Wllma
Botra, Adeline Bolce, lawrence Buxton,
Dewey Clark, Jack Clinch, Artie Frame,
Harley Garren, John Brown Grover,
Benjamtne Hall, Manfcrd Harding, Judson
Kratzer, La Vergne McCuen, Lynn
lvtKlnty, Mllded Manock, Earle Murphy,
Harold Nlxon, Clifford Perrlll, Howard
Plerson, Robert Pullen, Lllah Roffey,
John Shaffa, Charlotte Shelton, Katherine
Smith, Eugene Traynor, Eleanor Walbel,
Richard Wilkinson, Gerda Wurmnerst,
1934-E.E. Downlng, Supt.: Richard
Balley, Harlene Boyd, Merle Clark,
Esther Clemmer, Mary Clinch, Kelth
Currler, Edwin Foster, Kenneth Golden,
Harold Hartley, Arthur Hasselbacker,
Maxine Heuber, Lella Hoyt, Chester
Kuntz, Mabel McAllister, John Mc!-'all,
Dorothy McMullen, LaVeda Miles,
Jack Miller, Wlnogene Miller, Gayle
Owens, Charles Patterson, Paul Reed,
Paul Schaffu, Sidney Thompson, Dorothy
Troth, Owen Walbel, Robert Wllcox,
Ruth Wolfe, Katherine Zlnkj'
1935-E.E. lbvmlng, SUPT-7 lean Athaton,
Margaret Bolce, Allce Boyer, Frank
Rldson, Clifton Clark, Helen Gallagher,
Dale Gutshall, Ruth Hedden, Billy Jarman,
Donald Livingston, John Manock, Carl
hbehan, Martha Moffltt, Charles North,
Herman Norton, Elizabeth Patterson,
Violet Ray, Susie Robinson, Doris Roffey,
Alvin Sollenbsger, Ge'ald Talley, Carroll
Taylor, Wood'owVanTine, Dorls Waechter.
1936-E.E. lbwnlng, Supt., Harry Bateman,
Paullne Bourgoln, Fern Briggs, Ruby
Bruniga, Lola Chapman, Hrgene Clemmer,
Mary Loulse Coollege, Florence Coon,
Floyd Coon, Mary Loulse DeFcrd, Helen
Dwyer, June Gibbs, Marjorie Golden,
Cecil Gutshall, Elsle Gutshall, Leo
Gutslull, lawrence Hall, Kathryn Barber,
Ralph Harkness, 'Charles Hlcks, James
lnskeep, Ruth Jones, Leila Kratzer,
Raymond McKinty, Blll McQuiston,
Robet Miller, Ruth Ann Moore, Shannon
Powes, Jackson Reed, Jean Rhodenbaugh,
Raymond Seltzer, Merlin Smith, Marcia
Steinman, Arthur Trowbridge, Sara
Wilkinson, Shirley Winn.
1937-E.E. Downing, Supt.: Ernestlne
Bock, Maxine Bohrer, Leora Boyd, Haxel
Buxton, Maurlne Dulvant, Virginia Gibbs,
Janet Golden, Ted lnskeep, Emma Jacques,
Dorothy Kunts, Marjorie Kyle, Archie
Miles, Anna Miller, Elaine Mullen,
Wiley Reed, Jack Stes, Gordon Thompson,
Theodore Trowbridge, David Wycoff,
Phyllis Warrell, Lucille Zink.
1938-E.E. Downing, Supt.: Lucllle
Clark, Robert Dale Collins, Clifford
Cowley, Pearle Deford, Arthur Dixon,
Myrana Frame, John Gallagher, Mildred
Gooding, Merlin Gutshall, Blll Grover,
Harlan Hall, Catherine Jacques, John
Jarman, Marie Jones, Rabah Kellogg,
David Lapsley, Ruth Livingston, Robert
Lott, Nellie Manock, Betty Mers, Donald
Metz, Dorothy Metz, Earl Morrison,
Evelyn Perkins, William Reed, Bernard
1939-E.E. Downing, Supt.7 Jesse
Bradshaw, Mayme Briggs, Viola Buhl,
Marjorie Ann Chapman, James Clark,
Marie Conklin, Marl Cooksey, Perle
Coon, Jr., Vlrglnia Cowley, Mary
Culllngs, Eva Doubet, Katherine Fldler,
Viola Ferquer, Mary Foster, Nellie
Gallagher, lfhward Garren, Mar1anGolden,
Ruth Gaham, James Hart, Jack Lapsley,
Giles Martzluf, Lester McAllister, Lois
McCoy, Roberta McClennan, Robert
McQulnton, Charlotte Mlllen, Ella
Mlllen, Raymond Pack, Richard Prltchertt,
Arvld Rambo, Earl Ramshaw, Juanita
Reed, Marvel Reich, Ole Shane, Hubert
Shelton, Howarth Taylor, Robert Taylor,
1940-E.E. lbwning, Supt. 7 Ruth Anckews,
Rena Beetler, Paul Betts, Janet Bond,
Beverly Chase, Lucille Conklin, Lucille
Corum, Leona Drbtt, Margaret Edwards,
Lyle Fad, Donald Garren, Vada Geen,
Tuanlta Hartley, Ruth Hogy, Robert Jones,
Gertrude Kellogg, John Maher, Jr.,
Charles Mann, Charles Morrison,
Helen Mottaz, Marguaite Pack, Marcella
Page, Vlrglnla Purchase, Gerald Reed,
Helen Riggs, Ernest Rosecrans, Alys
Shane, Gatrude Shissla, Audey Sparks,
Jane Splcher, Gloria Swygman, Stanley
Taylor, John Thompson, Gene 'D'oth, Ruby
Waechter, John Young, Loren Young.
1941-E.E. Downing, Supt.: Harold
Beetler, Evelyn Bowen, Dorothy Bowers,
Dar Collins, Sam Cooksey, Mary Ethelyn
Crozie, Celia lhlton, Donald Eldert, Ruth
Frame, Claire Gutshall,June Higgs, Betty
Hunt, Donald Korth, Robert Korth, Betty
Datza, Vtkrlter Livingston, Mable Mann,
Paul lvhy, Betty McCuen, Charles Miles,
Ralph Riggs, LD. Rutledge, Alva Lee
Rutledge, Donald Schlots, Mildred
Silzer, Dean Van Sickle, Russell
Waechter, Lois West, Roy Wheeler,
1942-E.E. Downing, Supt.: Mary Ines
Beamer, Wllma Beeney, Alice Blelchner,
Wllma Bowen, Russell Briggs, Floyd
Broadfleld, Maxine Callister, Ronnie
Edwards, Dean French, Lowell Fuller,
Wallace Fuller, John Gutshall, Velma
Hall, Dorothy Kendall, Margaret
Kilpatrick, Jeanne Lott, Martha Lott,
Hazel Marnmen, Donald McCoy, Katheryn
Mohn, Fred Neal, Mary Nelson, Irene
Pack, Harold Page, Thomas Rosecrans,
Mary Jean Schode, Theo Shane, Georgia
Shelton, David Shlssler, Mary Ruth
Shissler, Betty Taylor, Rachael West,
1943-E.E. Downing, Srpt.: Harriet Bond.
Elizabeth Clsel, Leona Clsel, June
Clinebell, Mary Lou Carley, Oretha
Corum, Charles Cralg, Thelma Crozier,
Edlthe Donovick, Dan Duval, Donald
Grover, Lorene Hartley, Max Honts,
Earllne Hubs, Tommy Hunt, Prelda Keyser,
Walter King, Russell Korth, Paul Lalfollette,
Marguerite Iott, Bill MacDonald, Leland
McClennan, Bob Miller, Dorothy Orren,
Clayton Prest, Marjorie Schlots, Billy
Dean Shane, Shirley Shaw, Bob Shoop,
Dorothy Taylor, Wllllam Thompson,
Alice Waechter, Gene Walbel.
1944-R.E. Blckfcrd, Supt.y Ruth Beetler,
Ada B'ldges, Betty Biggs, Dorothy Higgs,
Vthlliam Cutter, Jay H. Dailey, Francis
Edwards, Robert Gibson, Paul Haines,
Joan Helksn, Jean Hoyt. Dorothy Jones,
Wllma Keefer, Theodore Kendall, Wllden
Lynall, Darlene May, Harriet Martzluf,
MBU Neal, Helen Taylcr, Franklin Vogel,
1945-R.E. Blckford, Supt.: Blll Aman,
Donald Beetler, Flosste Bowen, Robert
BOYS, Thelma Callister, Wllllam Carter,
Betty Clark, Bill Carrell, Melvin Coulter,
Marvln Courtrlght, Bill Cowley, Anlta
Crozier, Betty Drnton, Roland Eckhoff,
Mary Jane Glbbs, Robert Hall, Cecelia
Johnson, Grace Keyser, Ruby I.aPollette,
Phoebe Lott, Harlo M:Klnty, Irene Nelson
Delcrls Ratcliff, Donna Ray, Jack Reed,
Dale Shane, Jlm Sheley, Gene Shissler,
M lldred Tyhurst, Elolse Walbel.
1946-R.E. Blckford, S.rpt.: Ellery Adams,
Roberta Amundsen, Jane Brown, Robert
Bums, Wllma D.mn, Mary Craig, Blanche
Edwards, Eileen Goodlng, Katherine
Haines, Charles Harkness, Richard
Hartley, Robert Keefer, Richard Korth,
Clarence Krisher, Dorothy McKown,
Marcllle McKown, William McKown,
Willlam Neal, Kenneth Nelson, David
Pankake, Marion Penn, Dale Petty,
Martha Schlots, Chester Taylor, Berdella
Wlckwlre, Jean Yerby, Orville Zlemer.
1947-R.E. Blckford, Supt.: Rydene
Amundsen, James Arbagast, Margaret
Boice, Donna Calllster, Jo Ann Courtrlght,
Katherine Cralg, Joan Crouch, Elvessa
Crazier, Donald Dean, Mary Eckhoff,
Wllllam Foster, Eugene Geber, Dwlght
Jones, Joseph Kendall, William King,
Bertha Dorth, David Korth, Kenneth
Krisher, Mary Lapsley, Raymond
Livingston, Andy McCoy, Gene McCoy,
Leland McDonald, Ruth Plumer, Wilford
Rlmlngton, Mlldred Rushing, Robert
Scholl, Richard Schrlmp, Martha Smeley,
Barbara Shlssler, Donald Shoop, Mary
Wayne, Carol Weyhrlch, Wlllls Wlndlsh,
1948-R.E. Blckford, Supt.: Sue Barkley,
Phyllls Blelchna, James Doubet, Charles
Dunton, Wlnifred Drval, George Edwards,
Carl Ekena, Dolores Endres, Shirley
Gilman, Dale Ireton, David Johnston,
Virgil Judd, William Keefer, Jacqueline
Korenowskl, Fred McCoy, Harry McCoy,
Clifford Miles, Barbara Myers, Dale
Nelson, Harlan Nlckeson, Donald Patton,
Mary Lou Rosecrans, Kenneth Shane,
Donna Shissler, Ruth Super, Walter
Taylor, Donna Worsford.
1949-R. E. Blckford, Supt.: yllls
Aman, Charles Atherton, James Dunn,
Donna Barclay, Gealdlne Duval, Kenneth
Bowen, Donald Haghn, Mary Dlskell,
Betty Howard, Bill Gibbs, Charles Judd,
Dlck Wlndlsh, Tom Ireton, Carl Korth,
Faye Waechter, Emerlck Korenowskl,
.. .. . ,.,.,.,.-p
Marilyn Jones, Ann Maher, Bill Butterfield,
Ray Maxwell, Phyllis McDonald, Russell
Sherlock, Bill M:Coy, Arlene Shaw, Albert
Neal, Raymond Smith, Charles Nlckeson,
1950-R.E. Bickfafd, Supt.g Ruth Gilman,
Derald Haahn, Ruth Snyder, Richard
Meehan, Errol Bewer, Faye Boice, James
McCoy, Jane Meehan, Robert Taylor.
Evelyn Harwlck, Shlela Shlssler,
Howard Layman, Doris' Dunn, Virgil
Day, Ruth Ann Hoyt, Margaret Geber,
Richard Duval, Matilda Wagner, Dale
Crozier, Minnie Purtle, Deloris Persak,
Herb Butterfield, Margery Haines, C.
Dean Murdock, Robert Schultz, Margaret
Shoop, Robert Hall, Betty McAlister,
Harry Bain, Donald Ekena, Ann Miles,
Ernest Duvall, Patsy Harwlck.
1951-R.E. Blckfcrd, S.rpt.: Joann Adams,
Ronald Aman, Ralph Bacher, Jack Blckford,
Helen Brldson, Jane Burrows, Steve Camp,
Janet Clark, Amydell Clemonds, William
Doubet, Connie Poose, Warren French,
Albet Hacker, Betty Ruth Haines, Kenneth
Howad, Eugene Johnson, Joann Johnston,
Wllllam Keyser, Patsy Keefer, Lawrence
Keen, Wilma Kelme, Marianne Miller,
Charles Neal, Marge Nelson, Willard
Parr, Marlys Robertson, Brian Rodgers,
Alan Rosecrans, Earl Busch, Berwyn
Shane, Earl Sheley, Betty Sollenberger,
Gene Wilson, Drane Yerby, Frltz Grover,
M arllyn McKown, Raymond Hill.
1952-R.E. Bickford, Supt.: Wayne
Calllster, Shirley Gray, Janice Worley,
Donnie Meehan, Marilyn Austin, Joan
Bacher, Charlene Bateman, Madelyn
Beamer, Hazel Emery, Mary Emery,
Ronald Flnfrock, Dean Glenn, Barbar
Hahn, Donald Howard, Clifford Kimrlcutt,
Robert Korenowski, Regina Layman, Ruth
McD:mald, Berwyn Shane, Joanne Nbravek,
Peggylvloravek, MargeryRosecrans, Betty
Rynearson, Janet Shlssler, George Snider,
Marilyn Van Sickle, Dorothy Wagner,
1953-R.E. Blckfrrd, Supt. : Betty Boadfleld,
Joanne Camp, Rosemary Clinebell, Leonard
Colgan, louis Colgan, Jack Craig, Gene
Daley, Gene Demblnskl, Evelyn Doubet,
Neal Duval, Florence Edwards, Ruby
Eccles, Ralph Endres, Jacqueline Ekena,
Donald Goetz, Leonard Grove, Richard
Hacks, Imogene Harwlck, 'Hope Hartley,
Carol Keehn, James Lewellyn, Mary
Maher, Shirley May, Betty McBeth,
Donald McCoy, Gaald McCoy, Barbara
Meehan, Lee Miles, Donna Morby, Eleanor
Nlckeson, Duane Patton, Donald Phares,
Shirley Rodgers, Donald Schoenbeln,
Loraine Slane, June Sollenberger, Carol
1954-R.E. Blckfcrd, Supt.7 Ada Alrams,
Billie Book, John Brldson, Shirley
Clemonds, Michael Crouch, Jean DeFord,
Beverly Demblnskl, Blll Dikeman, Rose
Dunham, Dorothy Dunn, James Flynn,
Charles Garrett, James Geber, Kathryn
Gibbs, Ronald Goetz, Judlth Haines,
Richard Harkness, Virglnla Hlll, Don
Howard, Mary Lou Howard, Larry
Johnson, Raymond Kolowski, Linda
Kratzer, Dale McBeth, Joe McCoy,
Peggy Miles, Fannie Moore, Jeanette
Moravek, Marcia Norris, Marlon
O'Heam, Bomle Rice, William Schoenbeln,
George Stlzer, Mary Lou Webber, James
Nixon, Davld Wilson, Gladys Wilson,
1955-R.E. Blckford, Supt.: Deanne
Patterson, James Lane, Larry Coon,
Judity Bain, Kendra Book, Carol Broadfleld,
Sancia Clark, Evallna Cochran, Wllliam
Colgan, Sandra Coon, Darlene Crowe,
Bonlta Dawson, Larry Doubet, Roger
Dunham, Gene Endres, Jack Emfleld,
James Forney, Leona Geeseman, Nancy
Hahn, Robert Harkness, Nancy Hayes,
Charles Hitchcock, Sharon Hoffman,
Joy Keyser, Patsy Morby, Richard Neal,
David Page, Judy Parker, Janice Rodgers,
David Shlndley, Mary Stambaugh.
1956-R.E. Bickford, Supt.: Vonda
Archibald, Ethel Beard, Joseph Boatwrlght,
Larry Boyer, Peggy Broadfleld, Diane
Butterfield, Patrlcla Chambers, Mary
Colgan, Everett Cox, Larry Cox, Raymond
Cox, Jean Davls, Betty Dugglns,
Richard Eccles, Sally George, Gene
Gllrnan, Caolyn Geene, Louise, Gunter,
Carla Haines, Blair Haines, Stephen
Harding, Delmar Hauk, Charles Howard,
Robert Ibward, Ada Jones, Samuel Jones,
Jackie Kilpatrick, Brian Kjellenberg,
Phillip Kratzer, James Martin, Daniel
McBeth, James McGuire, Thomas Mzlntyre,
Danny Mercer, Mary Persak, Sandra
Phares, Harry Sherlock, Robert Shlssler,
Sharon Sloan, Patsy Simpson, Beverly
Snider, Carroll Stambaugh, Allce Steer,
Karl Taylor, Shirley Walker, Delores
Whitmore, Gecrge Whitney, lile Worley.
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