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

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if KJ ELIx WOOD CONN UNITY HIGH SCHOOL nwoo o The Ulmus 9'1" l 1 ..v I ' ii 119-'f we 'ii ll In appreciation for his never ending cheerfulness his helpfulness and his devouon to Elmwood High School and its students we the Ulmus Staff of 1958 Mr Rolland Cady . I I I dedicate this yearbook to. . . . . 24 mL A. 3. 1 ,.,,.,a-fr v f 6 1, 4 'mx W 9 in 1 1 av' 4 BONITA L. VOSS CARROLL O. GARRISCN Iowa Stale College, B. S. Central College, A, B, EUQUSTI. Librarian Unxversrty of lllll'XOlS, M. S. Humanitles Prlnclpal IIN is 'ln -fbi RUTH MONROE Unlverslty of Illxnols B. S. Engllsh , Latln AOP GERALD T. STAMP Bradley University, B. S. Physlcal Educauon Hxstory WALTER K. MURPHY Indlana Unxv. , B . S. . M. S. General Buslness, Drlver Educatlon, Soclology IAM ES E . ELLSWORTH I. S. IN. U., B. S. Engllsh, Speech Q I VIRGINIA WHITTAKER Bradley Umversny, B. S Home Economlcs I.OWELL B. JOHNSON Umverslty of Illlnols, B Vocatlonal Agrxculture REITA T. POPE Northern Illinoxs Univ., B. S. Mathematxcs Sclence SB V, W.. 7 , I .Mum 8 ROBERT R. RIGGENBACH I. S. N. U.. B. E. Industrxal Arts RUSSELL MITCHELL Bradley Umverslty, B. S. Band I-l.1man1t1es T .. .BAL A., .4 R. E .CADY Bradley Unlverslty, B. S B1ology,Sc1ence HUIYISTIIIIES "TW M. E. HAMMAN Western State Teachers College, B. E. Mathematxcs MARCIA C . RIGGENBACH I. S. N. U., B. E. General Busxness Physlcal Educatlon GIADY5 PROCTOR Knox College Musxc we hope you our readers get WWW as much emoyment from it as we dld ln 1ts preparatlon smcerely 6 ,WQJ the year of the stroll the crew neck sweater blonde halr the pleated Sklft Sputmck the new WPEO Around the World ln the 1vy league look color TV the Edsel h1 fl rock and roll shoes Rlcky Nelson hep talk sock hops the dlsc Jockey the Explorer the adult Westerns the 1958 ULMUS Days -ri at STANDING: K. Windish, P. Bolce, M. Emry, V. Hauk, Wagner, P. Simpson, I. McCoy, D. Whitney, L.L1bby, C. Chapman, S. Fincham, T. Iones, I. Martin, M. Dikeman. SEATED: Mrs. Voss, L. Steer, G. Swanson, I. Jordan, H. 1-HWYSHCS, M. Bourgoin, I. Miles, Mr. Murphy. Ulmus Staff Co-Editors . . . ............. .... . . . .Duane Runyon, Nancy Glenn Business Manager .... . .... . . . . . .... . .... . .... . Letitia Steer Staff . . Iackie Martin, Chuck Chapman, Mary Dikeman, Vernon Hauk, Dick Whitney Copy Editor ........ . ..... . . . . . . .... . . . . . Mary Alice Bourgoin Staff ...... . Patty Boice, Mary Ann Emry, Eileen Wagner Pictorial Editor. . ................ Barbara Harris Staff ..... ....... P at Patterson Photographer . . ...... Henry Lawerence Assistants . . . Phil Simpson, Lois Libby Sports Editor .... ......... I ack Jordan Staff ......... . . Tom Jones, Lester Endres Organizations Editor . . ....... Kay Windish Staff ......... . . Terry Ryan, Iim Sherlock Art Editor ..... .......... G loria Swanson Make-up Editor. . . ............ Iackie Miles Staff ...... . Evelyn Broadfield, Wilbur Rushing Typists .. . . . Sandra Fincham, Judy McCoy Advisors . . . . Mrs. Voss, Mr. Murphy Class History The scene 1S the E C H S gym and we flnd two of 1ts students s1tt1ng on the bleachers rem1n1sc1ng the past four years Do you remember back 1n 1954 when flfty elght of us flrst came here? We never thought we d remember where our classrooms were Sure I remember Mlss Rlsen and Mr Cady were our class advlsors And there was the confuslon of our flrst class meetrng But we flnally elected Tom Jones Presldent Iackle Mlles V1ce Pres1dent Let1t1a Steer Secretary 11m Frult Treasurer and Elleen Wagner Reporter We sure have had a lot of fun slnce then There were only flfty three of us our sophomore year but lt seemed llke we part1c1pated 1n a lot more school act1v1t1es Yes we d1d We sponsored an all school party and co sponsored a dance Wlth the Jumors And we can't forget the b1ology class trlp to Chlcago ln May of that year Mr Cady sponsored the tr1p and Bob Cox drove the bus That was a lot of fun! Duane Runyon was Presldent of our class wasn't he? Yes and Jack Iordon was V1ce Presldent D1ck Whltney Secretary Treasurer and Iackle Mlles Reporter I ll never forget our Junlor year when we flnally became upperclassmen There were forty elght of us then We elected Nancy Glenn Presldent Iack Jordan Vlce Presldent Barb Harns Secretary Duane Runyon Treasurer and Mary Bourgoln Reporter Mrs Monroe and Mr Serup were our class advisors That's r1ght Our class rmgs arrlved 1n October and we were all exclted over them Our Juruor class play was a b1g success We presented Tlger on H1s Toes ln November under the dlrectlon of Mrs Monroe On May 10 we were host to our prom, Mldnlght 1n Madrld It was the flrst all nlght prom E C H S ever had Our senlor year found our Senlor Steak Fry first on the calender of events It was sched uled for September 18 ln Bradley Park Remember how funny the freshmen looked when we 1nit1ated them on October 29 I sure do Duane Runyon was our Presldent, Iackle Miles Vlce Presldent Elleen Wagner, Secretary D1ck Whltney Treasurer and Mary Bourgoin Reporter October 31 was our Chlll Supper and Stunt Show and November l was the Homecomlng Game and Dance We certalnly enjoyed ourselves We sponsored a Christmas Dance on December 21 and the theme was 'Snowball Remember? Yes and do you remember the publlc sock hop we sponsored on january 25 wlth Tom Dunn of WPEO was our guest? That was a big success On February 4 we chose our class motto 'In Ourselves Our Future Lles' We sponsored a sock hop and coke party for the class that bought the hlghest percentage of yearbooks wh1ch was the sophomore class Remember the fun we had gettmg our senlor play 1n shape? It was entltled The Llttle Dog Laughed and we presented lt on March 21 Mr Ellsworth was our dlrector We were guest of the Juruors at thelr prom Moments to Remember on May 2 And I never w1ll forget our Baccalaureate program or our graduatlon exercises W1ll you? No I don't thlnk that I ll ever forget any of the days that we spent here at E C H S It's really been great! I ll ' ' - ' ' I ll Il ' ' ' ll , . . . ll ' ' ' ' C I ' : ' ' , ' - ' 1 ' ' , 1 ' ' , 7 ' ' ll 1 0 ' ll ' - ' ' ' ' I . . . . ,, ll ' - - ' , . ' ' ll ll ' ' ' ' ' ll , . u ' I' I ,, -'- . - . , . . - . . I I I I ' ll , . ll I ' ' ' - ' Il lu ' . ' ,,, ' . ' . I I I A I I I I I I I 0 ' ' ll "But Mr. Serup left at the end of the first semester, so Mr. Broughton took his place." u - . ' ' ' I - . n u ' ' ' I ' - I - ' ' u u I ' ' - - 1 - ' u - - -I ' Il ll ' ' ll ,, . , . . . - . u . ' I I 1 ' ' . ll I I I I ' ll - - ' I u - - ' I I ll ll ' ' I ll ll ' I I I U ll ' ' ll I . ' ,, . . . . , . I ' ' II , . . . ll ' ' ' ' I I ll , . ll ' ' ' ll ll ' I ll DUANE EUGENE RUNYON Runt Eat Drrnk And Be Merry Football l Lattn Club Z Reporter 3 4 Bxology Club 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 EandSecretaryl 2 Student Dlrector 4 Pep Club 2 Presxdent 4 Class Play 3 Class Play E CHO Staff 3 Ulmus Co edltor 4 Looney Tuners Z 3 4 Declamatlon l 2 3 Dlstrxct Contestl 2 3 Boys State 3 DAR Award 4 Student Councxl Presldent 4 Football Announcer 3 Class Offrces Pres1dent 2 4 Treasurer IACQUELINE IEAN MILES Iack1e Always Ready For A Good Tlme F HA 12 4 GAA l V1ce Presldent 2 Presxdent 3 Vlce Pres1dent4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Chorus 2 4 Pep Clubl 2 Secretary 3 4 Class Play 3 Stadent Counc1l4 Ulmus Staff I-Iomecomlng Attendant Class Play 4 Class Offtces Vlce Presrdentl Reporter 2 Vrce Presldent 4 EILEEN BETTY WAGNER ' Queenle Never Speak Sense When Nonsense Will Serve The Purpose. . .A. 3 45 Cho 3 4' Club l 2 3 4' Class Play 3 4' Ulmus Staff' Homecoming Queen- Class Reporter 1: Class Secretary 4 . 10 J RICHARD ROY WHITNEY Beaver If I Could Iust Remember My English As Well As I Can Basketball. Football l Manager 2 4' Basketball 2 3 4- Track I 4- Baseball 2 ' Lettarran s Club l Reporter 2 Treasurer 3 President 4: F.W.E. 3 4' Latir Club 12 3 4'GleeClub1-PepCl.1b1 2 3 4- Class Play 3 4- Sound and Screen Club 3 45 Alumm Free Throw Award- Ulmus-- Advertislng- I-Iomecomlng Atterdantg Boys State' Class Offices--Secretary :S Treasurer 2, Treasurer 4. ya, 'FE 1 if KATHRYN ELIZABETH RAIN MARY ALICE BOURGOIN Katy Quiet But Oh My! F H A 1 2 3 4 Chorus 3 Pep Club Bergon Studying Does Not Take All Her Time HA 1234GAA 123Chor 2 3 4 Band LABJUEITE 3 4 Band Repcrter 3 Pep Club 2 3 Treasurer 4 Class Play 3 4 '-'CHO Staff Ulmus Staff Declamatlon 1 Class Reporter 3 4 PATRICIA LOUISE BOICE "Bose" 1 like to wind me up, l like to hear me go. F.H.A. 1, Public Relations 2,3, Vice- President 45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Glee Club 2 , 3,45 Band Majorette 2,3,45 Secretary 45 Pep Club 2, 3,4, Reporter 25 Class Play 3,45 ECHO Staff 35 ULMUS Staff 45 Sweetheart Attendant 4. 1-, '- ' , 8 if f I EVELYN FAE BROADFIELD "Ev1e" You can live without friendsp You can live without books5 But civilized men can't Live without cooks. F.H.A. l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 15 Chorus 2 ,35 Pep Club 1,2,3, - President 45 ECHO Staff. 11 BEVERLY IUNE BUSKI - ,r,1z,g:u1':2,., ,, - A RK WILLIS WAYNE DALTON Bev Knewt Something Old Somethmg New That s Small B'-lf D065 He Get Mound' What She s Looking Forward T Baseballl lf' W E 1 2 3 4 Iatm Club A 34ChO, 34 l23ChoruslPepClub1234 nhl CHARLES LEE CHAPMAN Chuck Make Nhch Of Me Good Nken Are Scarce Basketballl 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Letter man s Club 3 Reporter 4 Latln Club I2 3,4 GleeClubl 2 3 4 Bandl 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Sound and Screen Club 3 4 ECHO Staff Ulmus Staff 12 MES LEE DAWSON 1m Work Where Have I Heard That Word Before? FWE 12 F FA 4 1at1nC1ub4 3 V I 3 - r I f ' A, A ? - ' 0. 2 - - - , , ,r ' F,H,.1,2,,g us1,2,,:PeP ff? P "'7 51 7 A Class Play 37 Looney Tuner 3,4. I ,lf IA . 'F Q1 Q WILLIAM LEE DAWSON Work Fasclnates Me I Could Sn And Look At lt For Hours ck 3 F F A 1 W N MARY RUTH DIKEMAN Bl D1ke Some Things Can Walt But Not A Date A G A A 4 2 3 Po Captain 1 Latm Club Seaetary 4 Chorus l 2 3 4 Looney Tunersl 2 3 4 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Basketball Cheerleader 3 4 ECHO Staff Ulmus Staff Sweetheart Attendant 3 li GERALD EUGENE DAVIS IUDITH RUTH DUGGINS Grease: 'Iudy' Farrras Are The Founders Oi C1v1l1zat1on l Don t Talk Very Mlch, But l Think A Lot Football 2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3, Track F H A I,2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Class l,3,L1ettaman's Club 1, F F A 1,2,3,4 Play 3 C lass Play 3 13 "6:J,7:f.'svii Elllzgg., 'Fn4sv.':M,.1 . . 1 ' 5 .ffl-'e i'A:'5:1f:f I ' fs '-1511. 77?- ' ff" . I ' Ag? '. : 32, , A A A val A ' X " '11" ll 1 In - FJ-I. . l,2,3,4p . . .', 17 ini Tra 5 . . . ,2,3. 5 ' 7 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 7 F 2 . Ii, ' Q ., I MARY ANN EMRY om: LAVERNB ENNIS Squat One Dumb Thing After Another Small But Mighty H A G A 1 2 G A 4 Class Pla Club 2 3 4 Band Majorette 3 4 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Class Play 4 Ulmus Staff 4 LESTER EARL ENDRES ..I-es.. It Keeps Him Busy Trying To Decide Whetha' I-le'll Believe His Own Stories . Football l,2,3,4g Track 4: Baseball 41 Lettermen's Club 2,3,4gF.F.A.1,2,3, President 45 Pep Club l,2,3g Homecoming Attendant: Class Play 4 . 14 SANDRA KAY FINCHAM "Flnc" Why Be Dlfflcult When With A Little More Effort You Can Be Impossible. F.l-l,.A. l,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,25 Chorus 27 Band l,2,3,4g Pep Club 3,47 Class Play 3: ECHO Staffg Ulmus Staff. NANCY ANN GLENN "Nan ' Love Is Like Measles--We All Have To Go Through It. F I-I A 1 Recreatlon Chairman 2 Pres1dent 3 Presxdent1alAdvlsor 4 G A A l 2 Reporter 3 Latm Club 4 G1eeClub12 3 4 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Class Play 4 Cheerleader 2 ECHO Staff 3 Ulmus Co ed1tor L. Student Councll Secretary 4 Looney Tuners 2 3 4 Glrls State 3 Class Officer Presldent 3 DAR Award 4 Declamatxon l 2 Sweetheart Attendant 2 VERNON LEROY HAUK 'Vernon' A Man Among So Many Children F.W.E. Reporter 2 3' Class Play 3 Ulmus Advertlslnq I Can Be Convxnced But It s A I-lard Iob F H A 2 Recreauon Cnaxrman 3 4 G A A 2 BIOIOQY Club 3 Latlr Club Presldert Z 3 4 Glee Club2 3 Band 1 Lxbrartan Z Pep Cl.rDZ 3 4 Iuntor Play Class Secretary 3 Legxon Essay Wtnrer 3 Senor Play ECHO Co Edxtor Ulmds ataxf TYRONIE CLARK HENDERSON he Xrgues But Seldom Reasons A 15 l - - - . , 2 ' : BARBARA JEAN mxnrus . ' --B. J." "Tv" , , '- -' , r.r. .2,3,4. ' DONALD LEE HOGUE Don Give Hlm Tlme Hell Get There bf urs" J THOMAS ROBERT JONES Jonesey He Smzlecl And Saxd Don t Rush Me Gxrls Basketball l 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Manager l Lettermen s Club 2 3 Vice Presxdent 4 Latln Club 2 3 4 Chcrus 3 4 Band 1 2 Pep Club 4 Ulmus Staff Prom Attendant 3 Boys State 3 Class President 1 BRUCE JAMES HOWARD Brucle To l"lunk Is Human To Pass Drvrne A JOHN MARKLIN JORDAN Star Be It Ever So Handsome, There s No Form Like My Own Yootballl 2 3 Co Captam 4 Basket ba 12 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Base all 1 3 4 Letterman s Club 2 3 Secretary Treasurer 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 Junxor Play 3 Sound and Screen Club 4 ECHO Staff Ulmus Staff Boys State Declamatton 2 4 Looney Tuners 2 3 4 Class Offlcer V1ce Presxdent 2 Vxce President 3 Dlstnct Vocal Solo 3,4 Senior Class Play IUDITH KAY LAIR LOIS LAVONNE LIBBY udy Loxs I Know Myself Better Than Anyone Laughing Is A Healthy Exemon A PIOIECIS Chairman A 1 2 4 G A A 3 Gleec 4 Chorus 3 Pep Clubif 1 2 4 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Iumor Play 3 Ulmus Staff it W HENRY DWlGHT LAWRENCE Hank God Gave Us Mouths Wlth Which To Speak And I Certamly Use Mme Footballl 2 3 Latln Club 2 3 4 Glee Clubl Z 3 4 Band 1 2 Manager 3 Pep C1ub2 3 4 Iunlor Play 3 4 Sound and Screen Club Secretary Treasurer Reporter 3 4 ECHO Staff Ulmus Staff Declamauonl 2 3 4 Dxsmct Musrc Contestl 2 3 4 IUDITH CAROL MCCOY IS 1 ve Been A Good Little Girl HA l234GAA12 PepC l 2 3 4 Iumor Play 3 Ulmus Staff 17 1 PATRICK ANTHONY MCINTYRE GLENN LEROY MOODY Cednc Glenn They Say He IS Bas-hiul Bur You d Be It s Non wha: Xou Do But what You Sumflsed Get Away Wrth Football 3 4 Track 3 4 Lettermen s W E Pr enl 3 4 Club4 F F A 1 2 3 Vrce Presrdem Laun Club 2 3 4 4 Homecomrng Kmg MAYME IACQUIILINZ MARTIN "Iack1e" I'm Not A Flirt, I'm lust Good Natured. V.ll.A. l,2,3,4g G..'r.A. l,2,35 Latin Club 2,3,45 Chorus l,Z,3,4g Band l, Reporter 2, Vrce-Presxdent 3, Presrdent 45 Pep Club l,Z,3,4g Class Play 3,45 Basketball Cheerleader 3,-lg ECHO Stafig Ulrmls Staffg llomecormng Attendantg Declamatzori 1, 1 . 18 PATRICIA ANN PATTERSON "Pat" A Glggle, A Dash, A Shrlelz, And A Crash. l'.H.A. 1,Z,3,4g Giorus l,2,3,-45 looney Tuner 1, 2 , 35 Football Cnec-rleador Z5 Ulmus Staffg Class Play 3,-1. el, L I x 5 'si JU WILBUR EUGENE RUSI-IING Corky Wher otady Irtenares WILL' Good T1mes CL1tOut Tlw at G, Transferref. 4 K ' IAMES THOMAS mHERI.OCK 1m There Wxll Be A Great Gap In The World When I Dxe W I' TERRY WAYNE RYAN Llfe Is Iwo one Glrls Ezther Football 3 4 F E 3 4 Secretary 4 homecorw g K1 , Attendart PIIILIP WAYNE SINPQOIX. PM 'ae Stoops For Not 1 g Ba Tae Door sketballl 2 Base alll 2 Clubl Z 3 4 Pep Club 4 Ll"1us Stalf Sound arc acreer Clun 3 C ass Pla I Y Vu,...H W ix .1 , A y f gf: Q E K ' " I ' QS: . T x 5 , . '+ Q K gas Q 1 is li if 5,3 lj' 3 ' 53' I V. Af' Xi. jNL,f ' I I 1? N v X - F. . .. 2 , 3., 4 . ' I I 1355: A ' 'ji f I , , ' 'X H 1 - ,. ' .A 5:42. g- ' 1 V Q- .Af 'E ,. . . W.,-f, ' ' I, ,X 55:33 "l2lL'Q A I A. v I - -- I I- 'A 1-I A , 5 .W. . , - .I .' n t L . 5 ' , .. n no . . Ba , 5 L2 , gLatm . ' . Y I . , Al.: , V 1 V 'AV .1 1 f -1 . 9 RONALD EUGENE SOLLENBERGIIR Ron Me And My G1rl My Glrl And Me Who ls She? sketballll FWZ 234 FFA GLORIA LYNN SWANSOIX4 Glory What Would Llfe Be Wlthout Ioys Or School Wxthout Boys 1' H A 1 Projects Chaxrman 2 3 4 Latin Club 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Band l Secretary 2 3 Student Director 4 Iumor Play 3 ECHO Staff Ulmus Staff Senxor Play 4 DlStf1Ct Music Contest LIITITIA CHRISTINE STEER 'T1sha" She Looks Lrke Ar. .kzi ' Staci Acts Llke One, Too, But You Never Can Tell What Af. .'.r,3L'l Mlgm Do. F.H.A. l,Z,3, Treasurer -1gG.A.A. l, Pomt Captam Z, Point Captalrt 3, Latln Club Z, Reporter 3,45 Crxorus l,Z,3,4g Blackhawl: l'CS7.l'.'6lf Band lg Pep Club l,Z, Vlce-President 3, :Secretary 47 Class Play 3,-15 Football Cheerleader .Ig ZCEIO Staff - Co-Lrjitorg Ulfius Staff, Sweetheart .flttemlariip Eiozgecomrrq At- tendant, Class " iizce- Secretary lg Declariaixrur. l ,Z , 3 . IACK LAVERNE TROWBRIDGE Toe-jam The Harder I 'hy To Be Good, The Worse Am. Football 2 , 3,45 Baseball 1,27 Letter- men's Club 45 F.W.E. 2,3,4gLat1n Club 2,3,45 Class Play 3,47 Sound and Screen Club 3,45 Basketball Manager 3. KARLA KAY WINDISH Wmdy If Musxc Makes The World Go Round She Must Be Dlzzy F H A 1 Song Leader 2 Secretary 3 4 Chorusl 2 3 4 Looney Tuner Pep Clubl V1ce H'6S1d9Dl2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 LCHO Staff Ulmus Staff PromAttendant DISIYICI Contest 1 2 3 4 , ,: ,,,: , .'-' ,,: ,:' : 1 1" ,.,. Class Wlll We the semor class of 1958 bemg of unsound mmd and 1nf1rm body and havlng lost entlre control of our faC1llt19S but reallzmg that the end lS drawlng near declare all former wills vo1d and do afflrm thls to be our last w1ll and testament ARTICLE I To The Faculty We the senlor class of n1neteen hundred and flfty elght do w1ll and bequeath to the faculty our w1tty and clever remarks but by request we are taking them with us ARTICLE II To The Underclassmen We the senlor class do w1ll and bequeath to the Jumors our ab1l1ty to get something done at class meetlngs To the sophomores we w1ll our ab1l1ty to get the paper out on t1me during our Jumor year To the freshmen we Wlll our many excuses for postpomng tests ARTICLE III Kate Bam do w1ll and bequeath my qulet ways to Sheila Cusack Pat BOICG, do will and bequeath my abxllty to run a free taxi servlce to Marcy Smith Mary Bourgoln do w1ll and bequeath my naturally curly hair to Rlta Groeper Bev Busklrk do w1ll and bequeath my dlamond r1ng to Mary Mlles Evelyn Broadfleld do w1ll and bequeath my Job at Forney's to Analea Davls Chuck Chapman do Wlll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to appear lnnocent when gullty to Ieff McK1nty Mary Dlkeman do w1ll and bequeath my cheerleadlng ab1l1ty to Bessle Brown 11m Dawson do w1ll and bequeath my nocturnal parklng spot to my brother Larry B111 Dawson do w1ll and bequeath my Pat Boone ways to Kenny Archlbald Judy Dugglns do will and bequeath my ab1l1ty to behave 1n study hall to Roberta Hall Gerald Davls do w1ll and bequeath my wmmng smlle to Dale Rynearson Lester Endres do will and bequeath my nlght l1fe to Randy Snlder LaVerne Ennls do w1ll and bequeath my short legs to Dave Purcell Mary Ann Emry do will and bequeath my sense of humor to Ethel Blelchner Sandra Fmcham do w1ll and bequeath my Job as Mr Stamp s secretary to anyone who can read h1s wr1t1ng Nancy Glenn do w1ll and bequeath my naturally dark ha1r to Nancy Mlles and Iean Hitchcock Barbara Harrls do w1ll and bequeath my deslre to be a home ec teacher on televlsion to Ianlce Runyon Vernon Hauk do w1ll and bequeath my red hair to Loulse Bourgoln to match her temper Tyrone Henderson do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to bluff to Eugene Polen Don Hogue do will and bequeath my Elvls Presley sideburns to Bob LaFollett I, , ' ' . I, ' ' - ' . I, ' , ' ' . I, ' , ' ' ' ' - I, ' , ' ' ' . I, . ' ' ' ' ' I, Wayne Dalton, do will and bequeath my dancing ability to Marion Ruth Lawrence. II I I ' l I l . l I, ' , ' ' . I, . I . . . I, ' , ' ' ' . I, ' , ' ' ' ' - I, , ' ' ' . I, ' , ' . I, , ' . 1, , ' ' ' ' I' . l . . D . I, , ' ' A ' . I, , ' ' ' . I, , ' . Iudy Lair do will and bequeath my long bus ride to Pat Fleming Iack Jordan do will and bequeath my disc Jockey talent to Nxck Moore Tom Jones do will and bequeath my trips to Farmington to anyone who can afford the gas Bruce Howard would will ten gallons of gas to Bob Iones but l'm afraid my dad wouldn t like it Lois Libby do will and bequeath my habit of sneezing to anyone who has lots of Kleenex Henry Lawrence do w1ll and bequeath my straight A's to Betty Perryman Iack1e Martin do will and bequeath one of my many boy friends to Ruth Andrews Iudy McCoy do will and bequeath my fun loving ways to Elizabeth Talley Jackie Miles do will and bequeath the countless errands I run to anyone who has the time and the car Glenn Moody do will and bequeath my interest in Brimfield to the Junior girls Pat McIntyre do will and bequeath my position on the football team to Terry McCoy Pat Patterson do will and bequeath my ability to wear the same boy s class ring for three years to Linda Bateman Wilbur Rushing do will and bequeath my way w1th women to Roger Guild Terry Ryan do will and bequeath my good grooming habits to Alex Morton Ronnie Sollenberger do will and bequeath my slow actions to Dale Runyon Letltia Steer do will and bequeath my wlnmng way with teachers to Tom Lapsley Phil Simpson do will and bequeath my height to Dean Vance Gloria Swanson do will and bequeath my promptness to first hour class to jim Moravek Jack Trowbridge do will and bequeath my ability to dr1ve carefully to Jim Halnes Iim Sherlock do wlll and bequeath my love for all the girls to anyone who can afford it Eileen Wagner do will and bequeath my ability to get along with everyone to Loma Garrison Richard Whitney do will and bequeath my enormous wad of bubble gum to Virginia Monroe Kay Windish do will and bequeath my high heels to Barbara Yarger Witnesses President of Class of '58 Vice Presldent of Class of '58 I, ' , ' ' ' . I, , ' ' ' ' . I, , ' ' ' . I' I ' I ' I I, ' ' , ' ' ' . I, , ' ' . l, ' ' , ' ' . I, , ' - ' ' . Il , I , . I, , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . I, , ' ' ' . Il I . . . , . I, Duane Runyon, do will and bequeath my ability to blush to Alberta Swanson. I, ' ' , ' ' ' . I, , ' ' ' . I, , ' ' . I, ' ' , ' ' ' ' . l, ' ' , ' ' . l, ' , ' ' ' . I, ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' . I, ' , ' ' ' . I, ' , ' ' ' ' ' . I, ' ' , ' ' . Nu., urs wwag 2 N A ...f---Q zum-i-Q ili- -H- f.- - mul-3. , .. ,I ,--Q, F A fyiimf Y if ,-,X ,....,,-.um 17. ' 1 ,E ,,A s wg' , 'Q QV - ky I 'IPIWPQ 9951554 ""'-. 1 f-AQi,'9" sh ,W lv W. an ff V P1 9 . 19, Q ' MW -N, 'vu ' .'Q fi. -, ef 'L ul... f 'rib LEM!-lui 4L,,,4 war is-X 1 Pro hecy Welcome, lad1es and gentleman to Elmwood H1gh School Today Senator Duane Runyon candldate for Pres1dent of the Un1ted States 15 going to give one of hlS campa1gn speeches and quite a few of h1s former classmates have come to hear him This is Mary Ann Emry and speaking Wlth me 1S my telev1s1on partner Eileen Wagner We hope that you all watch our show, Emry and Wagner's Fanat1cal Prolics every even 1ng at ll 30 p m on Station ICU Stand1ng beside us is a recent guest on our show D1Ck Whitney Dick seems to be qulte a TV star these days as he has just been successfully appear1ng on the S64 000 Question H1s category was English Literature To our r1ght is Pat BOICG who 1S now modellng the new MICKEY Mouse sults She is talkmg to lack Jordan head of the sports departments 1n h1gh schools ln the Flor1da swamp areas Near the stage area are the owners of 11m and Bill's Iungle of Bungles a clrcus owned by 11m and B111 Dawson Thelr ma1n attractlon 1S Bev Busk1rk the famous tlghtrope walker We can also catch a gllmpse of Mary Dikeman now and then Mary 1S head danclng mstructor at the Arthur Murray Dance Studlo In the crowd to our left 1S Glor1a Swanson who 1S a test drlver for new Fords W1th her 15 the presldent of Libby's Lumps of Luclous Bubble Gum Factory IDIS Llbby The glrls seem to be qulte 1nterested 1n the storles that Ron Sollenberger 1S telling them Ron has Just re turned from Afr1ca where he was head of a safari to .tmd a spec1men of an almost extinct bird the Mel1pus Umbellus Umbellus W1lbur Rushlng and Pat Mclntyre have just come ln the door They have just returned from Europe where W1lbur succeeded 1n sw1rnm1ng the Engl1sh Channel It seems that Pat rowed the boat along Wlth W1lbur 1n case of an acc1dent There seems to be qulte a b1t of excltement near the door however lt 1S rather early for Duane to be arr1v1ng No lt s not Duane It's h1S strongest opponent the famous dlplomat Lester Endres, and h1s campa1gn manager the big M1dW6St farm tycoon Tyrone Henderson They've traveled all the way from Wash1ngton D C to hear th1s 1mportant speech Lookmg over the growlng crowd we now see Mary Bourgoln who 1S head of all the flrst a1d stat1ons 1n Edwards and Kay WlHd1Sh a teacher at Pottstown Grade School They are talk1ng to Bruce Howard author of the Ma Perk1ns radio series Could lt be that Bruce 1S d1vulg1ng the plot of h1s newest ser1al'P We hoped that some of our classmates would reach Hollywood and sure enough they did Katy Bain and Evelyn Broadfield are private ha1r styl1sts for Yul Brynner They were unable to attend today but we have a w1re here from them wishlng Senator Runyon luck Barb Harns has just arr1ved Barb has Just written the Barb Harms Cookbook and th1s publ1cat1on IS expected to take the place of the Betty Crocker Cookbook, The famous com1c book cartoomst Judy McCoy 1S with Barb A small crowd has gathered over here to our r1ght Laverne Enms who has been chosen Mr Amerlca of 1968 Jackie M1les, a horseback r1d1ng instructor at a Colorado dude ranch and Terry Ryan a travel1ng salesman for Wh1ffy Iiffy do it yourself satell1te k1ts are 1n th1s crowd It looks as though Henry Lawrence 1S the center of attractlon He lS probably tell1ng about h1S recent rocket tr1p to the moon to study the effects of space travel on the human bra1n Wlth Henry are the famous scientlst Chuck Chapman and Tom Iones who lnvented the rocket shlp Henry traveled ln There 1S Nancy Glenn, who has Just disproven E1nste1n's theory of relat1v1ty and Gerald Davls, who is manager of the Chicago Stock Yards , . 1 1 . 1 1 0 u - n - 1 ' n . . 1 . , 0 , . Q , . 1 . 1 l I 9 . . I ' 0 I l D - I U Q . . . . . . .. 1 1 .. ., . . 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 ' , 1 ., n 1 1 , . 1 . . , . . 1 . . 1 1 0 ' 1 0 1 1 1 "' 1 Q . . 1 1 Q 1 Q It looks llke the speaker for today has arrrved from the exc1tement on the floor Yes there lS Senator Runyon and hrs campaign manager the ex mayor of Oak H111 Vernon Hauk Whlle Senator Runyon 1S gettlng prepared Let1t1a Steer the a1rl1ne hostess on hrs plane w1ll pass out campargn buttons There are qulte a few people rushlng ln hoplng they aren t late Among them are Wayne Dalton manufacturer of Dalton s Elevator Shoes for Short People and Judy Dugglns who slngs the lyrlcs to the Irff Peanut Butter televlsion commerclals lack Trowbrldge drlvlng lnstructor for Peorla h1gh schools Just brought us a letter from Glenn Moody It seems that Glenn can t be present today because he 15 stlll hard at work trymg to dlsprove the fact that what goes up must come down He IS an Endres man and he wrshes Lester the best of luck 1n hrs campalgn and the electlon Here comes Elvls Presley s prrvate secretary Iack1e Martln and Pat Patterson owner of the Elmwood GAZETTE Followlng them ln 1S Ilm Sherlock who 15 a ferry boat operator on Klckapoo Creek It looks lrke transporatlon across that waterway wlll be stopped for a whlle Phrl Slmpson and Don Hogue Just walked past Ph11 has recently announced that he has taken over the ownershlp of the Penny Super Market It seems that Don has lnvented a new type of automobrle the Hogueshwagon' Speclal feature of th1s car lS man power rather than the outdated gasollne englne Among the last to BITIVG are Sandra Fmcham and Iudy La.1r Sandy 15 a food taster at one of the large cannlng and packlng houses 1n Chlcago and Iudy has recently won the Olymplc tltle 1n women s sports for the U S A And now as the crowd grows qulet Senator Runyon shuffles h1s papers smxles fondly at hls former classmates and beglns h1s campaign speech I ' I -. I . I I I o . . . . I o I . I I I 1 I I I . . o 0 I Q . I . . . I I I 0 I 1 Q . n . II I . . . , f . 4 I I 1 0 4 I I I I a x X Y f 4 x w , 5 Y 1 Y + K ARCHIBALD E AUSTIN B BOOK L BOURGOIN D BOWEN A CLOUSE P CUNNINGHAM G CUSACK R CUSACK S CU X 'l K ' . T, . I - -f ,gfxtifx ! I 5' 'ig V u ,- ,Q J ,Y JEFF MCKINTY Treasurer ROBERT WHXTNEY Secretary DAVID INSKEEP RANDY SNIDER President Vice-President Class of l959 On August Z9 of 1955 slxty nlne freshmen the largest class ever to enter E C H S attended thelr flrst day of school At our flrst class meetlng of the year we elected Mary Miles Presldent Randy Snider V1ce Presldent Bob Whitney Secretary Treasurer and Mary Lou Endres Reporter Class advlsors were Miss lean Rlsen and Mr Rolland Cady On August 28 sixty six returned as sophomores At our initlal meetlng ln September we elected offlcers They were Mary Mlles Presldent Bob Whitney Secretary Louise Bourgoln Treasurer and Carolyn Sparks, Reporter We entered a float 1n the Homecomlng Parade w1th the theme Defeat to Galva and recelved honorable mention for lt Our other activitles included a scrap drlve a Bob Hop and a roller skating party at the Grand Roller Rink 1n Galesburg Our sponsors thls year were Mrs Clara McCra1th and Mr Gene Hamrnan Sixty one students enrolled ln the junior class on August 27 1957 To begln the year class off1cers were elected under the supervislon of Mrs Ruth Monroe and Mr Walter Murphy Not long after school was in full progress, the juniors received their class rings which they had ordered the precedlng year The next blg event was the Homecoming The junior float Skunk em received second place We were all saddened by the accident whlch took Nancy W1ll1ElmS one of our classmates ln November of 1957 We are very anxlously lookmg for ward to our senior year whlch we hope will be as much fun and as successful as our junior year 63 3 .pb 'E 1: as 5 5 :- U cn 3 IN? 10 E' :nfl Lib Q 4 L ' . ,, i 1 : u 5 A' 5 - ' K .5 , 'A' ' 4 ' 'if' 5 ' , - . 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V, SYN, ,, ,. , I. . ,.V,, - .,-',hf I IM M f r 'V' ' A I ' 1? g ' ll ' I f r 0 I I I f, ,,:.I A 3 I 4 I. 0 f ,' I if? ?"SW Q I I I 'X' X .Aa 3 'I Lib ' :- . , ,ff , , ,LF ,Q ,, pg . T. E ..... ' . " 2 - S A 'V I , , , I A h , I A VVAL , H VV 'K I 'AL f T AJR kk' I ' , , , I ff , I I I A , , , M. . . . 3 . A ' .K ,3 Q . 'ci' J rv I. . C .... . - f f I 7' " ., ra f X ln ,,, G -A n '- ink it I -1- W I ' -l Qi N h 4 . , Lf' ' ' I,II M l , , ,N I IL., 7 1' ' A A C. . R. . - - R- '.-'.., '.' GARY COX ROGER BOYER LINDA BATEMAN NANCY MILES President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Class of I960 On August 29 1956 sixty four freshmen entered the doors of E C H S Our class officers were Jack Burns, President Iean Hitchcock, Vice President, Tom Reinhart, Secretary Analea Davis Treasurer and Mary Morton, Reporter Our advisors were Mr Cady and Mrs Sims On August 26 1957 fifty five of the sixty four returned as sophomores At our first meeting on September 4, we elected the following as officers Gary Cox, President, Roger Boyer Vlce President Linda Bateman Secretary Nancy Miles Treasurer and lack G1lmer Reporter Our class advisors this year were Mrs Whittaker and Mr Hamman This year we took part in the homecoming activities by entermg a float in the parade and presenting a stunt for the stunt show We also sponsored a refreshment stand at the Burns' farm sale We are looking forward to our junior year and its many activities df :QE 3 -arf 4 T AMAN v Assam EAL B BROWN I BURNS CAPE S COON 1" MW' ails dv 'Wg if fm. un 'Y h T if A DAVIS 1. DAWSON I DEFORD I. ENNIS FORNEY I FRAME I FREERKING 31 I I ' 0 o u o . . . I I , , - . . . I I .. - 0 . . . I ,-, U I O . I I I I I I I . . Q - O I Q . ,I 32" N we Wwifffft , ma, ' ' ' V ' 'YQ XTX i'2 ,'f Y was , Q? . 2' ' . a 1 I A -. sf ,I fr , 2 ' .1 2, if . I Ji- l.: , 1 . f N ,Q ' haf, ' 1 ' I . . K. B . . C. - "V .4 .hrgv ' ' - ' ' . ff, V fxpgfg wtf-.?3':a'Q' . 'yn iq 'Tift-hy., ,,,,jV ' vs K Wal l is A 4. . W, , Hx A ' V , X , , , ., , . V . , , . L ,.. Y rigging, , X-3, jf -1,2 , 1, K' V ,il tail ,V ev,ag..f. ,, I ,4 ,fr A . 3 ,Q ,, :QE Q V, ' 1" ' 1 , r " . ' 4 .H I T . , . . K. . . 1, L. GUNTER I HAINES K. KIMBROUGH M LaFOLLL'I'T I' ' -' I , " 1:-I wi . ,JL M .12 V' R YI .1 Lf t MVN? IV E VV, VV A-r .s , . - ff.: Q. s 1' -- -VV V V V. P V V - f R. GEESEMAN GROEPER R GUILD .Q , f . , , , A Vi - Q , V. , V V V3 ,, 4 Y T. HARDING L. IONES IONES ,ff V sa, 'V , HA ,V ei F ' N I 443+ :.:. T I A I X ..,, I I i 1 '- I V , , fm. g, ll J fa f lf- , ."?"' .. ,. ..,- G. MCBETH . 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I A ff T rr. lil' DALE RUNYON GARY INSKEEP SHERRY CIARK Presxdent Vrce-Pres1dent Secretary-Treasurer Class of l96I On August 26 1957 slxty green freshmen cautlously entered the halls of E C H S scared and exclted about our flrst year ln hlgh school We spent the flrst week gettmg ac qualnted Wlth our new teachers and learmng the rules and regulatlons Under the dlrectlon of Mlss Pope and Mr Stamp, our class advlsors the followlng offlcers were chosen at our flYSt class meetlng Dale Runyon Presldent Gary Inskeep, Vlce Presldent Sherry Clark, Secretary and Treasurer and Marlanne Kleen, Reporter On October 2 , we were 1n1t1ated by the senlors Everyone had lots of fun e were proud to become full fledged members of E C H S We partlclpated 1n Homecommg thls year by entermg a float and a stunt Our other ac tlV1T1eS were a bake sale and a pubhc soc hop We are looklng forward to our second year in hrgh school fv- so-F R ANDREWS B ASBELI.. E BENESCH E BLEICHNER L BLEICHNER BOATWRIGHT BOYER gn. 4' 41' sg 'cg '3 if 'If D BRANCECUM I. BRANNAN A COCHRAN COX D CUNNINGHAM F DEAN B DUNHAM 33 , , I ' 4 o u al ' ' : , ' : ' - ' : 2 ' . ' ' ' ' . . W VV 7 . 4 4' 'Qui fn 'al J 'Q' -, 1 'Q ,,. 1, .y X , Z Xsvngv .XJ fi, Q' ' 'Y gs- ' ' ji ' . I ' 4 . . . . . D. R. ,sk . , "' . " . , , 9' C: 2 5 .,, . . S I -A , ff. X J 1J' X :L ' ' X xt , ,,l . . -fl 'h fbi . r, I1 1 'A ' Q -3 . ff xx P. FLEMING P 1 s. HALL ." f-. v. I.. LGFOLLETT , ... ii. I 1,7 . g , f-rr, ,KX -YJ.. W.McKOWN 1 'I Q, ,M ' s LPILLMAN , ,X . 'P 'V All . A. TRUMPINSK1 .s ' ., --F S-""' V, alxy in +A.. I . L. GARRISON D. GILLHAM -,, feb, " C nj 'CY ' 'V , G. HAUK R. HOGUE . V57 1. ,A 7. A A . Q I R ' L' .4. -.n ,,. -...Q 1 rf "N ' Q . . 0. kg, A -4' gb f 1 ,gf .4 H ' - -:L KF . V Q, M 1 ' J I x , . , I 5 F PH , af. lr- E. GOETZ P. GROEPHR L. GUNER ,, , , . . .,, Q, i . L , f -vt J-K fy- , A ' Q. " 1 .V ' 1 V I I 1 -w Q M. KLEEN S. KLINCK G. LGFOLLETT Ai.. , 'ANC , L- - , -M ' , Y if L ju , , . . A, -L A v' 'A ' 9' "' 1 fs-I' I La me K in M. LAWRENCE I. LISHMAN P. MAHER W. MANLEY I. MCALISTER . ft i Q V -as A f' "' jf A A .. .. A . ' -M f 1 My .9 ' -ep A . A . nf ll' , , is g 9? .f 5 .. gil" na . 1 A. MOHN A. MQRTON B. MURPHY R. PATTERSON B. PERRYMAN I' 4 rs-Al 5 5 2,5 . 'ao . , --' '- ' 1 .A J Q "J A 2- f V- - - M -f ' E an ' Inky.: u 7 I ' 1 J J , 'X 2, Ulf: A ' - , S M , 'Wg A A ,px-'-J K 1- 1 S, PROCTOR D, RYNEARSQN C. SNYDER E. STAMBAUGH V. STILES Q .5 it A ' .4 ,, . r ..- ,, - - . - , ' -P" D Aw' ' ' ' 1 ' if , 'V ' -Zlfxf , 57"-!'r: '1 k EH 4,-gl 1 G, VALLAS C VanDUSEN 1. WALLACE S. WEBBER I. WINDISH 11" , 4 ' f, R. HALL '-"JS .J .p 0 5 if X 1 L Jw' Ni I. LaPOLLETT . .v lg -1' I' I H. MCFAL1. L. PHILBEE . F., Au! 1 J , ff ' Q" - I IQ. R. TALLEY gg H . f y . .-' ' I 77 I. WINDISH 6 X-5 , 2 Y' X z 'i f-C' p'-L 3 1-. 759 FOURTH ROW: L. Slane, R. Geeseman, L. Jones, I. Haines, I. Simpson, I. Frame, I. Gilmer, T. Aman, L Dawson, T Reinhart, L. Trowbridge, I. Wells. THIRD ROW: K. Beal, V. Monroe, N. Miles, A. Davis, D. Runyon, W. Wells, R Guild, G. Cox, I. Hitchcock, M. Morton, B. Brown, S. Worsfold, Mr. Cady. SECOND ROW: E. Graves, I. DeFord, N Runyon, A. Swanson, L. Bateman, R. Boyer, G. McBeth, I. Moravek, B. Parker, K. Kimbrough, S. Coon. FIRST ROW: I Burns, T. Harding, D. Vance, K. Forney, T. McCoy, E. Harper. Biology Club President . . . . . . . ROQST BOYS-31' Vice-President .... . .Glenn MCBeth Secretary-Treasurer . . . .Linda Bateman Advisor ....... ........ M r. Cady Last year the E,C.H.S.' Biology Club consisting of forty-one members of the biology class was organized under the leadership of Mr. Cady. During the year the group worked to make money for a class trip. On June l, 1957, the class left Elmwood for Detroit, Michigan, Where they visited Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum and took an excursion boat to Bob-lo Island. In Chicago we saw the Museum of Science and Industry, the Natural Hi story Museum, and the Monroe Street District Court. Class projects were exhibited at a local Science Fair, Ribbons were given for the best exhibits. One of the projects received first prize at the District Science Fair and second at State. Students enrolled in this year's biology classes also presented a science fair. They are looking forward to a trip to Chicago this summer. fda, '47' " 'A I.: BACK ROW: C. Chapman, H. Lawrence, R. Snider, I. Gilmer, R. Guild, T. Iones, D. Runyon, FRONT ROW: B. Parker, D. Vance, I. Iordan, W. McKown, I. Burns, I. Windish. Chorus Our chorus this year consists of sixty-five members and is under the direction of Miss Gladys Proctor. On March 1, twenty members of this group traveled to Manito for the District Music Contest. Students who participated in vocal solos were Mary Dikeman, Gloria Swanson, and Iim Windish, first rating, Louise Philbee, Pat Maher, Marianne Kleen, Duane Runyon, Iack Jordon, Henry Lawrence, and Dean Vance, second ratingp and Bonnie Asbell, third rating. The freshman sextet, Louise Philbee, Pat Maher, Loma Garrison, Ethel Bleichner, Sharon Proctor, and Marianne Kleen, received a fourth rating, and the looney Tuners, Mary Dikeman, Kay Windish, Gloria Swanson, Nancy Glenn, Iack Iordon, Duane Runyon, Wayne Dalton, and Henry Lawrence, received a second rating. Kay Windish and Virginia Monroe received seconds for their piano solos. A representative group of the chorus was sent to the Blackhawk Conference Music Festival the first of April. Elmwood's special number on the evening program was given by the Looney Tuners. BACK ROW: G. Swanson, B. Gorham, L. Garrison, A. Trumpinski, B. Asbell, A. Clouse, M. Miles R Swanson, B. Brown, M. Morton, A. Davis, E. Wagner, M. Emry, S. Coon, L. Libby, I. Miles M Bourgoin, P. Patterson, M. Dikeman, L. Ennis. MIDDLE ROW: P. Fleming, I. McLaughlin I Windish, V. Monroe, K. Beal, I. Hitchcock, N. Miles, L. Chapman, M. Smith, E. Bleichner P Maher, M. Lawrence, B. Buskirk, P. Boice, K. Windish, N. Runyon, I. Keyser, L. Steer, N. Glenn FRONT ROW: I. Martin, R. Andrews, S. Cusack, M. Kleen, E. Talley, S. Proctor, K. Kimbrough S. Worsiold, A. Swanson, L. Bateman, S. Klinck, D. Webber, C. Dunn. BACK ROW T Hardmg P Groeper I Gilmer K Archibald C Chapman G Flncham D Inskeep D Spellman MIDDLE ROW M Kleen V Monroe N Mlles C Sparks I Keyser M Bourgoin M McBeth M LaFol1ett C Shaheen K Beal FRONT ROW Mr Murphy M Newcomb L Delford M Smith L Bourgoin M Miles R Swanson B Whltney R Snider Co Edltors Asslstant Edltors BUSINESS Manager Feature Edltor Asslstant Feature Edltor Speclal Edltor Exchange Edltor Art Edltor Asslstant Art Editor Sports Edltor Asslstant Sports Edltor Senior Class . . Junior Class . . . Sophomore Class . Freshman Class . . ...... Letterman's Club . . Latin Club. . . . . Advisor . . The Echo Mary Mlles Loulse Bourgo1n Rosemary Swanson Marcy Smlth REP ORTERS Kenny Archlbald Carroll Shaheen Mary Newcomb Llnda DeFord Mary McBeth Bob Whitney Donald Spellman Randy Smder Davld Inskeep . . Mary Bourgo1n . Carolyn Sparks . . . lack Gllmer . Marianne Kleen . . Gary Flncham . . Tom Hardmg Manlyn LaFollett . Chuck Chapman . . . Karen Beal . . Mr. Murphy Q -25.1 BACK ROW S Wrestler B Woodcock A Hartley R Davxs I Groeper L Mues B Dunham G Moody I Dawson B Sollenberger D Hogue D Rynearson MIDDLE ROW D Slegel D Cunningham I Bums P Groeper E Stanbaugh I Windxsh R Boyer R LaFol1ett F Ennis E Graves L Trowbrrdge K Forney BOTTOM ROW G Inskeep T Hard1ng G Davxs D Inskeep P McIntyre B Parker M Iohnson B Patterson D Vance FARM R5 Or FUTURE V 'C Presldent Lester Endres V1ce President Pat McIntyre Secretary David Inskeep Treasurer . Robert Parker Reporter . . . . Tom Harding Sentlnel . . . Gerald Dav1s Adv1S0r. . . . Mr. Iohnson Calendar of Activities Initiation and Dance . . . . . October 8 Pest Control ......... . October 14 25 Wiener Roast ......... . . .October 26 Corn Picker Safety Campaign . . ..... October 21-28 Homecoming .......... . .October 31-November 1 Gilt IUdQif1Q Contest - ...... November 11 Trip T30 ChiCaQ0 .... . . . December 5-6 Skating Party ...... ..... P ebruary 20 F. F. A. Week ..... . .February 23-March 2 Father and Son Banquet . . ....... April 16 FOURTH ROW: L. Brannan, I. Windish, M. Dikeman, M. Bourgoin, K. Windish, S. Coon, A. Clouse, M. Newcomb, M McBeth, N. Runyon, K. Beal, A. Swanson, C. Sparks, C. Shaheen, K. Harkness, I. McLaughlin, M. Lawrence, P. Freerking, E. LaFo1lett, I. Gillham, L. Chapman, E. Talley. THIRD ROW: E. Wagner, M. Emry, I. Keyser, S. Pincham, R. Groeper, S. Clark, M. Kleen, K. Bain, L. Ennis, I. Lishman, K. Kimbrough, I. McCoy, E. Broadfield, Mrs. Whittaker, Advisor,N. Glenn, Pres. Advisor, L. Libby, I. Miles, B. Buskirk, I. Duggins, C. Dunn, S. Proctor, L. Garrison, I. Mohn, B. Asbell, M. Smith, I. Preerking, F. Travers. SECOND ROW: S. Cusack, Rec. Ch., M. LaFol1ett, Rep., V. Asbell, Hist., I Hitchcock, Song Leader, S. Worsfold, Parliamentarian, L. Bateman, Pub. Rel. Ch., L. DeFord, Rec. Ch., L. Bourgoin, Pres., P. Boice, V. Pres, R. Swanson, Sec., L. Steer, Treas., I. Lair, Projects Ch., I. Wallace, S. Klinck. FRONT ROW: I. Gutshall, M. Endres, B. Gorham, D. Gillham, P. Maher, I. McAlister, G. Swanson, P. Patterson, I. Martin, R. Andrews, E. Benesch, F. Dean, C. Cape. gvxwkfp, X :NK 'K O sb L - 112 : y, ,2 ik f g 'ti 444, I QCP: D N5 yr YV: F. H. A. Calendar . . . August 21 . September 9-14 Fall Picnic . . . Courtesy Week . . Sock Hop ..... Daddy Date Nite . Homecoming .... Topsy Turvy Dance . . Christmas Party . . Sweetheart Dance . Piggy Bank Party . Bake Sale . . . Style Show . . . F. H. A. Week- . . . Senior Trip to Chicago Civil Defense Program Spring Picnic .... . September 14 October 10 . October 31-November 1 . . . . . . November 22 . December 16 . February 8 , . February 13 . .February 15 . . . March 28 April 6-12 , ' . ...Apf11zs,2e,27 ......May12 0 o 0 0 0 ' , , , . . First Week in Iune Highlights .4-. C QCD! 'J' hzlw 6' if Ei FAC ULTY DINNER .,,. O fiyvs ,L 001: 190 lo WINNERS OF TOPSY 1LRVY Dnfwyg P1 Ot!! V Z2 -500+ 110i FOURTH ROW: R. Geeseman, G. Cox, I. Trowbridge, R. Guild, R. Iones, T. Lapsley, G. Moody, I. Dawson, Rt Sollenberger, E. Austin, N. Moore. THIRD ROW: I. Sherlock, L. Dawson, I. Simpson, L. Jones, I. Haines, R. Cusack M.r. Riggenbach, B. Hogue, G. Carey, D. Spellman, W. Dalton, I. DeFord. SECOND ROW: I. Moravek, D. Whitney G. Cusack, G. Fincham, K. Archibald, R. Boyer, G. McBeth, K. Cox, B. Polkenroth, T. Ryan. FRONT ROW: A. Morton S. Webber, B. Talley, D. Brancecum, B. Murphy, I. Pillman, D. Boatwright, D. Rynearson. Future Woodworkers of Elmwood President ------------------------ Roger Boyer Vice President ------------------ Glenn McBeth Secretary ------------------------- Terry Ryan Treasurer -------------------- Kenny Archibald Reporter ----------------------- Gary Fincham The Future Woodworkers of Elmwood was organized on November 25, 1955 . There were fifteen charter members, eight of whom have now grad- uated. At the beginning of the 1957-1958 school year the club had thirty- seven members. After initiation on January 30, this number was increased to fifty-three . In February the F.W.E. formed a basketball team, and on February 20, they played the ag team . They displayed their projects at the F .H .A. style show in March as had been done in previous years . 15 . . hu, ,"-, -,P V M, V. .rf Y .4 ., g , , Q ' . ' . ' -. 'ga' ff '-11-Q-fwfr.. r . -,. ' 11, .1. . -r . - - fi , ,, my S 1 .5-q 2, , ,i 9 A . ,l Rv.. 525 as .W ' - . -'f-fi.-l,-Iyz.j,,i:i:z BACK ROW: E. Talley, L. Garrison, M. Lawrence, A. Trumpinski, S. Proctor, S. Clark, D. Gillham, S. Klinck. MIDDLE ROW: M. McBeth, M. Newcomb, S. Coon, M. Morton, A. Davis, N. Mile, I. Hitchcock, M. Smith, I. McLaughlin, K. Beal. BOITOM ROW: D. Webber, I. McAlister, V. Monroe, M. Miles, I. Miles, R. Swanson, C. Shaheen, Mrs. Riggenbach. SEATED: C. Dunn, S. Worsfold, S. Cusack, R. Andrews. Girls' Athletic Association President .... . Mary Miles Vice-President . . . jackie Miles Secretary. . . . . . Janice Runyon Treasurer . . . .... . . Rosemary Swanson Point Captains .... Mary Morton, Analea Davis The Girls' Athletic Association has been fairly active this year. This year, as last, we sold candy at noon and after school with the Pep Club. Twice a week we stayed after school to earn our points. Some of the games we played were line soccer, volleyball, basketball, and bowling. Virginia Monroe and Linda Bateman were sent to East Bay Bloomington to camp during the summer of 1957. In October six girls went to "Play Day" at Farmington where they had a very nice time. -'YF 4 ff' FOURTH ROW C Snyder D Spellman I Trowbridge G Hauk I Dawson G Cox G Moody D Whitney R Snider H Lawrence P Simpson N Moore I Iordan W Dalton W McKown THIRD ROW G Swanson R Swanson M M1195 I Hitchcock I MCI-aughun I M1195 I Mcliinty T Jones B Whitney C Chapman I Gilmer I Frame D Runyon A Davis E Benesch A Trumplnski B Brown SECOND ROW E Talley C Goetz A Cochran H Mclfall I Martin M Dikeman V Monroe N Miles D Runyon Mrs Monroe L Steer N Glenn M Morton FRONT ROW P Fleming E Goetz W Man-leY L Slane E Graves K Beal S Slane Latm Club President ....... . . Virginia Monroe Vice President . . . . . Nancy Miles Secretary . . . . Mary Dikeman Treasurer. . . . Dale Runyon Reporter . , . Karen Beal Advisor .... . . .... . .... Mrs. Monroe he O I" The Latin Club started the year by entering a float m the Home coming Parade. The theme used was "Dragon 'Em Down" . Our latin Club became a member of the Junior Classical League, a national organization. Awards given in the spring for good scholar ship in latin come from this Classical League. The highlight of the year, the Roman Banquet, was held on February 24, 1958. The theme of it was "Around the Mediterranean in Ten Years with Ulysses . " Roman costumes were worn, and every- one had a good time. This is the third year that the Latin Club has had a banquet. The Latin Club was organized in 1950 and was composed of current members of the Latin I and Latin II classes only. For the past three years, however it has included those who have taken Latin previously, also. We hope our club will be still bigger next year . b STANDING P Mclntyre R Smder B Whxtney D Whxtney C Chapman E Polen Mr Cady TOP TO BOI'l'OM. V Hauk T Iones G Cox I Trowbridge I McK1nty K Archxbald G Davxs CENTER E Graves G McBeth Mr Rlggenbach BOTTOM G Fmcham D Inskeep I Jordan Mr Stamp Lettermen 5 Club Vlce Presldent Tom Iones Secretary Treasurer lack Iordan The Lettermen s Club was founded durlng the school year of 55 56 The Lettermen s Club was formed for the betterment of the school through athletlcs Thls year s executwe staff set up the flrst laws of the orgamzatlon The club partlclpated ln the sale of season tlckets and Elmwood Trojan sweat shuts qs . V ' ll wg '. rl. I I X Presidente --------------------- Dick Whitney 'A' C' - --------------------- . DQ Xl - ---------------- ' 'dx Cv' Nl BACK ROW: S. Coon, K. Klmbrough, S. Worsfold, A. Swanson, L. Bateman, N. Runyon, E. LaFollett, R. Swanson, M Miles, M. Emry, E. Wagner, I. McCoy, L. I.1bby, I. Miles, S. Flncham, B. Book, E. Overturf. FOURTH ROW: F. Travers, M. LaFollett, S. Slane, K. Harkness, B. Brown, A. Davis, K. Beal, M. Morton, I. Hitchcock, M. McBeth, D. Webber, B. Buskirk, C. Dunn, I. Dugglns, M. Kleen. THIRD ROW: W. Dalton, P. Simpson, I. Gilmer, B. Patterson, I. Burns, B Whitney, P. Patterson, P. Boice, K. Wlndish, S. Proctor, E. Blelchner, L. Garrison, R. Andrews, I. McAlister, N. Glenn. SECOND ROW: D. Whitney, I. Iordan, H. Lawrence, D. Runyon, R. Snider, T. lone s, I. Wlndish, D. lnskeep, I. Glllham, L. Chapman, S. Cusack, I. Gutshall, M. Endres, L. Bourgoin, A. Trumpinskl, L. Brannan. FRONT ROW: E. Broadfleld, N, Miles, Mrs. Rlggenbach, M. Bourgoln, L. Steer. CHEERLEADERS, LEFT TOP TO BOTTOM: I. Martin, M. Dikeman, V. Monroe. CHEERLEADERS, RIGHT TOP TO BUPTOM: I. Lishman, S. Clark, P. Fleming. CHEERLEADERS FRONT LEFT TO RIGHT M. Newcomb, M. Smith, E. Talley. Pep Club The Pep Club this year consists of about eighty mem- bers . The officers are: President ------------------- Evelyn Bl'O6dfleld Vice-President ----------------- I6f1iCe RUHYOH Secretary -------------------- ---- Le titla Steel' Treasurer --------------------'- MHIY BOUTQOUI Repgrtef ----------------- ------- N al'lCY M1165 Sponsgf -------------------- - MIS . RlggeI'lbaCh The Pep Club presented a float and a stunt for the Home- . coming festivities this year . G Candy bars were sold during lunch hours as money making project. Each year the Pep Clubgives a trophy for good sports- manship to one boy ln football and one boy in basketball. The names of the winning players are engraved on the Good Sportsmanship Award plaque ln the gym. 4- 'I STANDING G Cox P S1mpson D Whrtney C Chapman Mr Mrtchell I DeFord I Iordan D Spellman SEATED I Trowbrxdge H wrence K Archrbald G Frncham E Gr ves Sound and Screen Club Presldent Kenny Archibald Vice President Drck Whmtney Secretary Gary Flncham Treasurer Reporter . . . .Charles Chapman This 1S one of the newly formed clubs at E.C.H.S. The ma1n objective is to teach how to operate the movie and slide projectors, audio ampllfiers, and record players. The members learn to care for these pieces of equrpment and to get the best possible use from them. Our club started at the begmning of the second semester of the school year 1957 1958. Mr. Mitchell was our advisor. This year Mr. Murphy was also an advrsor to our club. w ..f-,, f-1. Q L ,v'l':l1, , . - 4.17 ::,A . :Q-5' u - Q X 1: -5 ' 'f K ' k 92521. ' - . 'A nr, '14 5 4- wg ' ' l ' ffm f -mf, tv w Al' ' . .5 x. ' , I . , Ak . 15 V 2- ' X. 'n 51,4 'F--MH . .. -, A A 1 .'f:,r.Lw.. A , -saw. M, .MVVMQ r I 2 - , - ' , . ' , . . - ' . - , - , - . : - I 1 . 1.9 , . I I . I , . Cl . . . . . . . . -. O I I I O . . . . . STANDING R Boyer D Runyon G Cox G McBeth G Inskeep SEATED E Benesch I Miles N Glenn D Inskeep Mr Hamman D Runyon M Miles R Smcler Student Council Pres1dent Duane Runyon Vic President David Inskeep Secretary Treasurer Nancy Glenn Advisor Mr Hamman The Elmwood Student Council was organized this year for the first time at E.C.H.S. The pres1dent, v1ce president, and an elected representative from each class made up the first council. The constitution which was drawn up this year will go into effect next year. Delegates to the Pekin District of the Illinois Association of Student Council on November 9, 1957 at Pittsfield, Illinois, were Gary Inskeep, Mary Miles, Randy Snider, Duane Runyon, and Mr. Garrison. They came back with several ideas on Student Council activities . The following is Article I, Section II of our Constitution which states the purposes of the Student Council: The pr1nc1ple purposes of this organization shall beg To strive to develop good citizenship at school, at home, and in the community. To promote harmony in student student and student teacher relationships. To encourage sportsmanship, loyalty, cooperation, promptness, and obedience through the school. To promote enthusiasm in school activities. To encourage equality of all students. To promote at all times the general welfare of the students and school. c , K . g, 7 .... 4 , . 'V W . ,, ,I , U .,W 1, 7 'fa-1791 'f' 'V9i7?it392f34v'ff !67?i?w'7"f V '. ' 0 ' ' f ,S V , sf 1 , 9 , ' ' 1 - 1 -. , . , . . : . , . ' ' I - 1 - 1 - f . 1 . ' . D .............. p.. - . . . . . 1 I O O ........ ...... . ...... ...ia .lumor Class Play gig-X ONIONS IN THE STEW 49- ffikmlx I On March 22 a select cast of Juniors with the ex pert advice of Ruth Monroe gave the play Onions in the Stew Portraying the family of the MacDonalds and their friends the Juniors supplied the audience with a variety of entertainment and much laughter Betty MacDonald Don MacDonald Anne oan Howard Roger Claud Claire Pessenden Lesley Arnold Margo Miss Garvey Bee Gee Salsie Kitsie Mrs Watson s Harry New Motor Marvin Mr Curtis Mrs Curtis Lyda im Dotty oey .... Old Buddy . . Announcer . . . Mrs. Murray . . Mr. Murray . . Sailor ........ Marcella Smith Randy Snider Linda DeFord Shella Cusack jeff McK1nty Bob Whitney Vincent Hauk Janice Runyon Linda Chapman Mary Endres Carol Goetz Rosemary Swanson Mary Newcomb JoAnne McLaughlin Roger Davis Gary Fincham Ronnie Cusack Judy Gillham Louise Bourgoin B111 Folkenroth Carol Dunn . Robert LaFollett . George Cusack . . George Cusack . Carroll Shaheen . . . Larry Miles . . David Inskeep Girl's at Slumber Party. . . Iudy Keyser, Carolyn Sparks JoAnne Gutshall, Mary McBeth, Marv Miles Shirley Slane, Kay Harkness Prompter.. . ..... ....... E lizabeth Talley Director - Mrs. Ruth Monroe 49 0 f Homecoming Thursday, October 31, found the seniors hard at work making chili for the annual Home- coming Chili Supper to be held in the cafeteria that night. Following the supper, a stunt show was presented in the gym by the classes and organizations. At the conclusion of the program, M. C. Duane Runyon announced the Queen, Eileen Wagner, and her attendants, Iackie Martin, Iackie Miles, and Letitia Steer. Immediately following the stunt show, everyone proceeded to a bonfire and pep rally held at the north side of the football field. A snake dance terminated the evening's festivities. In top school spirit, the student body decorated the halls of E.C.H. S. on Friday with "Beat Princeville" signs and put the finishing touches on their floats. At 2:00 the band led, the parade of floats through the center of town where many enjoyed the pretty colors of the parade. A pep rally was held on the football field immediately after the parade. Princeville defeated Elmwood in the football game. The floats were driven around the field and the q.:een and her attendants were presented at half-time. At 10:00 Clifford Cady's orchestra opened the 1957 Homecoming Dance, and at 11:00 winners of the floats and stunts were announced. For stunts, the Senior Class received first place, the Iunior Class, second place, and the G.A.A. third place. Bob Lott, Charles Hicks, and George McKinty were judges. Float first place winner was the Senior Class. Second place went to the Juniors and third place went to the Sophomores. Judges for the floats were Bob Banks, Clarence Luthy, and Harvey Van Sickle. Following the presentation of awards, Mr. Stamp crowned Queen Eileen Wagner and King Pat Mclntyre. The king's attendants were Lester Endres, Terry Ryan, ana Dick Whitney. At 12:00 the dance ended, and all that was left were happy memories of Homecoming. f P0 HK Nix to Ja BACK ROW: Mr. Riggenbach, Coach, D. Inskeep, D. Purcell, B. Folkenroth, P. Mclntyre, G. Cox, R. Snider, V. Hauk, L. Endres, Mr. Stamp, Coach. MIDDLE ROW: I. Iordan, G. McBeth, I. Frame, G. Davis, D. Whitney, K. Cox, G. Fincham, I. Trowbridge, T. Ryan, T. Relnhart, Manager. BOTTOM ROW: K. Forney, Manager, G. Cusack, R. Cusack, L. Dawson, I. McKlnty, G. Inskeep, R. Boyer, I. Burns. Varsity Football The Elmwood football team had an unsuccessful season this year on the gridiron. Although our record shows only one tie, it was successful as far as team and school spirit. The record for the season was one tie and seven losses. Elmwood dropped many close, hard fought con- tests. The team itself placed on the bottom of the conference, but two members were selected as members of the All-Conference Team. They were Jack Iordan as second team halfback and Lester Endres as honorable mention tackle. The lettermen for this year are as follows: ENDS TACKLES GUARDS R. Snider Ir. P. McIntyre Sr. G. Davis K. Cox Frosh. G. Cox Soph. L. Endres D. Whitney Sr. V. Hauk Ir. S. Trowbridge D. Purcell Soph. R. Cusack Ir. HALFBACK CENTER QUARTERBACK T. Ryan Sr. B. Whitney Ir. I. Jordan G. McBeth Soph. I. Frame Soph I. McKir1ty MANAGERS FULLBACK T. Reinhart Soph. G. Cusack D. Forney Soph. D. Inskeep 'H' '3' Keri .-nr."W"-..Jn- 3 .ff BACK ROW G McBeth I Gxlmer D Runyon I Frame K Cox D Purcell G Cox B Hogue C Snyder L Dawson MIDDLE ROW I DeFord I Simpson L Iones B Murphy A Cochran R Boyer G lnskeep B Patterson I Haines, Mr Riggenbach Coach BOTTOM ROW K Forney Manager I Moravek L Trowbridge T McCoy I Bums R Boyer I Windish L Slane T Reinhart Manager The Iun1or Varsity team was quite successful th1s year 1n wmnmg three, treing one, and losmg one The1r only loss came to a strong KI1OXV111e team early in the season The Frosh, team was also successful in tieing a large Farmington team, 14 14 Knoxville Toulon Wyomlng Wethersheld Galva F Farmington .11 . f - RI Q I 'T Ol '19, I ,, I N 4! i? X 'E ff' H ,I 2' 1 STANDING T Jones I jordan I McKmty D Whitney R Smder Mr Cady Coach B Folkenroth C Chapman D Purcell G Pincham K Warner KNEELING T Re1nhartandG Cox Managers D Inskeep D Runyon K Cox The Varslty team was qulte successful this season in complllng an overall record of 12 wms and 11 losses The Trojans were hmdered in every game thls season wlth a helght dls advantage The Varslty flnished the conference race wlth a 6 8 record and recelved fourth place honors The Trojans were unsuccessful m tournament games but held their own on the regular season The lettermen th1s year are as follows D1Ck Whltney, Senlor, Tom Jones Senlor, Jack Jordan Semor Ieff MCKlHtY Iunior Randy Snider, Iunior, Dave Inskeep Iunior Keith Cox Freshman Dale Runyon, Freshman Z 4-3 Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Roseville Tournament Elmwood 74 Bardolph VARSITY RECORD William sfield Yates City Toulon Brimfield Wyoming Yates City Wethersfield Galva Walnut Bradford Brimfield Princeville Toulon Wethersfield Galva Princeville Walnut Glasford Bradford Wyoming Princeville Tournament Elmwood 58 Princeville 6 Regional Tournament ' Elmwood 61 Canton Ki BACK ROW W McKown Manager G McBeth D R nyon I Frame D Purcell G Hauk K Cox I G11 Mr Rlggenbach Coach FRONT ROW I Moravek R M rphy G Inskeep R P tterso I Burns D Vance Thls year s junior varsity team was quite successful 1n compiling a record of 19 wins and 1 loss their only loss commg to Toulon m1dway in the season The Trojans compiled a record of 13 wins and l loss in conference play This gave them f1rst place in the Blackhawk Iunior Varsity stand1ngs Jumor Varsity Record Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwobd Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood 58 Wllliamsfield Yates City Toulon Brimfield Wyoming Yates City Wethersfield Galva Walnut Bradford Brimfield Princeville Toulon Wyoming Wethersfield Galva Princeville Walnut Glasford Bradford Football Cheerleaders L. tr: R. lillzazctf Talley, Mlrgy Smut., Mary Newgt s ' Tiff, 9 ' 97 .,,, , ,Z A ' " - fl! 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Prof Lettre Bartholorrex Ioseph Wrllramson Iames Kelly Prof A.llCE B ggs Rosa Ryan Florence Whrtney I mes Kelly Prof Iamcs Kell3 Prof I M Cro Prof Egan IM Crow Prof George IN1 Broum Florence Darby Hubert Marshall Lrllle Purcell 'Xlo graduates No graduates hors Brown Ed Asa M Brown Bathena Coon Belle Kellogg Flora McKay I M Crow Prof Mattre Barrett Hettre Coon M1nn1e Purcell IM Crow Prof Iames Les Iohn Phelfer Mabelle Ryan T B Brrd Prof Ella Flanegrn Ida Patterson Evan Slaughter T B Blrd Pof Llnda Drnan Nettle Krghtlrnger Maggle McCowan Lrzzle Pulslpher Atrc Purcell Nettle Wrley C R Vanoervoort Prof Orle Bartholomew Kate Callrster, Laura Lobaugh Luman Royce Howar Spangler Bertha Wheeler Prank Whitney C R Vandervoort Prof El Clrngan Francrs Danlels Freorcka Mathewson Frank Wrdmeyer W I Prrngle Prof Lura Helen Bartholomew Harrxet Iones Ed C Slayton Harry Tompklns WI Prmgle Prof AnnaEnr1ght Mrnnre Lawrence Edward Stegel WI Prrngle Prof Edson E Dalton Kate Hurff Hrxest Lobaugh Fred 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Wheeler l-lortense Walker L R Flanegln Prof Fanny Bourgorn Clrngan Grace Famum Martha Holt Stella Klrkpatrrck Nellre Mannock Nlna Mrller Mane Regan Errurna Rlner Nellle Slayton Rena Webster Lavarre Wycoff L R Flanegrn Prof Mable Denrlng Rose Douglas Samuel Garrrson Gertrude Hardenberg Otha Heptonstall Elmer Hubbel leo Iohnson Mary Krnnear Sadle loti Iessre Mannock Eff1eMath1s Ethel Runyan Harry Wells, Eamest Wheatcroft Flanegrn rof Fran Armstrong Charles Chnch Harold Cullrngs Nettle Debacher Prank Eslmger Blanch Herrrott Henry Iarman Patrence Iarman Roy Klghtlrnger, Ethel McCann Alrce McCullough Anna McDermott Esther Nelson Harry Rose Bertha Warbel Myrtle Webster Errrn Westbay L R Flanegrn Prof Leslre Anderson Anna Armstrong Ada C Buell Anna DeBacher Pearl Greenough Myrtle Debacher Lora Hart Ell1ottE Head Harlan Hubbell Harlan Iones Nellre E McCabe NoraE McCarty Tessre A McDermott Davrd H Morton MargaretM Nelson Nora Nelson, Edna L Patterson MargaretE Stewart Blanch Swxgert Harry Troth L R Flanegrn, Prof , Archre Mlles, Harry Rrchardson L R Flanegln, Pmf , Bdwm Brown, Marlon Bown, Nellle Eanng, Lloyd Graham, Brl Henry, Allan Hrggrns, Amy Hotcnkrss, Dean Iay, Leroy Karshaw, Florence McKerrow, Albert Van Patten, Neva Walton, Clifton Wycoff 1907 1903 l9u4 1905 1906 1907 1908 1949 1910 1911 1912 I M lvhrun Pror Mary Bowers Ekferet S C xthcurt Bert Conrey Ross E Culllngs Mable DeBacher 1V1GL11'1C6 Grumley Mrna Norton ma E Palmer Elsre Phrlnox er Far 16 E Remrrele Charles E Smxth Dale E Snyder Charles Stuart, Prof Marrll Cooper Margaretta Iay Rea Harkness, Edson Klnnear Fred Martz Harry Qurgley, Maude Smrth Raymond Troth Iames Turner Earl Vance Nellle Wells Belle Vlhbur Charles Stuart Prof W1llBol1n lottxe Bourgorn Evallne Brooks Leta Cutheart Iohn G'umley, Mary Humphreys Monrca Smrth Merle Snyder, Nellro Wheatcroft Sylv1a hal Charles Stuart Prof Lelxa Armstrong Lottxe Armstrong Anna Booth Charles Bowers Flcxenoe Galnel Charles Gumley Earl Horsley Alrce Orvrs Paul Westbay Char1es Stuart Prof Gertrude Bowers Mxldred Bowers Orral Conver Ina Learned Glennre Tyler Gertrude Warbel Charles Stuart Prof Iohn Boswel.l, 1rw1n Dalton Bertha Graham G1lbert Lane Raymond Lyons Cara Nelson Essxe Rynearson Florence Walton, Ada Wheatcroft Paul Wells Earle Zxrk Iantha Zoll T S Henry Prof Wllda Armstrong Frances Iay Hina learned Clrfford Lott Lrllre Mannock Agnes Morton Edna Parr Mlrram Potts Wallace Snyder Iack Troth Frances Walton Katherrne White Marre Zrnk T S Henry Prof Florence Crlger Henry Kessler Alrce Lott Harry Nrece Margaret Schorr S Henry Prof Goldra Booth Samuel Conver Sara Conver Srdney Cullmgs, Arthur Dalton Lola Fxsh Floyd Goodlng Mabel Hlggms Walter Mannock Raymond Nrbbelrn Ella Oakes Mable Schorx Clarence Shrssler T S Henry Prof Iohn Bowers Mabel Brooks Hazel DeBacher Frieda Korth Ella Van Pelt Iennre Phtlrps, Eleanor Schlots, Iohn Stevens T S Henry, Prof, Frances Bowers, Wrllxam Crrger, Raymond Drkeman, Neal Htggrns, Chester Lyons, Florence Lyons, Thora Morton, Lots Nxchols, Bernrce Noel, Ethel Reed, Newell Reed, Florence Seltzer, Harold Shrssler, Alrce Tolbert 1 ' 2 ' - , , 1 , r .5 ' 1 ..- . 1 1 .7 1 11-1 1 - ,.-.., 1, . . 1 ..1 1 1 L-l-.C. 1111 11.1.1 t , ., , - , ,1 .1 , - 1 1 1 Br 1, .ary puns, X Q1 1 I - 1 ' ' ' 'r ' -V r , ..,- 1' Y , ' 1 1 1 1., 1 - 11':, . 1 5 4- ' ' 1 1: .. 1 f 1, 'V , M. 1 .e..s, nerr s- , -1 K- 1 ' 1 1 - I 1 ' -' " 11 5 u - , . 1 4 , , 1. , 1893 . . , 1., , 1 Cl n, . 1 . , 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 11-. 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Kmg Esther Korth Almetta Maher, Edgar McDonald Mary McFall Howard Reddtng, Roscoe Reddlng Margery Schenck Margery Strufe Merle Threw Naomr Walbel Gladys Wooten Ruth Z1nk C C Condlt, Prof Marjorie Bowers Clifton Conver Frank Johnson, John Kilpatrick George McK1nley Lulu McKown, Elmer Mtles Hugh Nelson, Donald N1ece Russel Schorl Catherine Stevens Henry Tully Max Wasson C C Condlt Prof Howard Atherton, Isaax Barrett Elmore Brown, Leola Burt, Grace Carlson, Dorothy Condlt James Cusack Patrick Cusack, Mary Davxs Pearl Dragoo, Thomas Dwyer Lora Flanegin Russell Fuller Margaret Gmahle Margurrte Gregory Roy Harkness Harold Herbert Ruth Ireton Nan Johnson, Naoml Johnson Lucllle Kelly Opal Kelly Alma Llndzey Gladys Lxndzey Edna MacDonald Leslte MacDonald Mrldred Peters Nellie Schenck John Schorlk Leah Thatcher Charles Ttdd Mary Threw Frances Van Stckle Gayle Weeks Helen White C C Condlt Prof Leroy Andrews, June Bandy Ada Bolce Mark Brennan, Horace Dem1ck Maude Mlller Louts Mtles Edwin Mtranda Margaret Phares Gladys Proctor Richard Schenck Mona Snyder, Rosanna Stevens Wtlda Threw Lauretta Tully Elma Wasson, Rowena Wasson, Margaret Wickwlre Verna Wooten, Francis Zmk 1920 1921 1922 1924 1925 C C Condlt Prof Gladys Archtbald 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 Rlner Mona Rlsttne Doris Shtvely Harry Statler Ruth Thatcher Anna Trowbridge Dean Threw Ferne Threw Harvey Van Stckle Adrienne Herbert Mildred Hrggens Rachel Holt Gerald Jarman Alta Johnson Roy Keellng Helen Llndzey Owen Ltndzey C C Condtt Prof Clare Bragg Dean Cond1t Ruth French Myrta Martln Chester Miles Ralph McKown Fred Schlots, Margaret Sporrer Ruby Wasson, Mabel Worley Albert Wolford Ruth Wooten C C Condlt, Prof Elora Bu.rt Kathryn Calltster Leon Carter, Ruth Gladwell, Arthur Draggo, Lawrence Harkness Clyde Hendrix Roland Hitchcock Faye Hoyt Edlth Jarman Margaret Kxlpatrlck Harry MacDonald Erma McKinty, Bernard Mullen Loren Oakes Florence Phares Everett Redding Walter Reddmg Russell Rernmelle Earl Schenck Herman Shelton, Roma Shlvely Ensley Strapp, Florence Threw Damel Tully Edw1n Watkins Mary Whltney Grace Wlckwlre Brown Floyd Brown Pearl Clxnch Dor1sColv1n Ceczl Coon John Culllngs, Kathryn Cusack Walter Dalton Mtllard Day Wtllard DeFord Mary Dem1ck Margaret Ekstrand Everett Epley Luctlc Flrnt Wllllam Schenck Margaret Seltzer Harry Stotler Lester Turl Earllne Weeks Elva Wolford Dorothea Young C C Condxt Prof Mlnerva Carlsln Jeanette Colldge Ruth Esltnger George Flelsher Lorena Flexsher Myrtle Fllcktnger Jessxe French Paullne Jarman Agnes Kelly Opal Llndzey Loulse Macey Lela Murphy Chester Patton Zelda Perrlll lona Rambo Ruth Shtvely Nxna Threw Etta Vohland Leonard Wtndtsh Edlth Worley J H Francls P of Howard Berger Fverett Bogrer Ruth Clmch, Cornella Day Gladys DeFord Leone DeFord Danlel French Kathryn Golxday Loren Harkness Helen Hart Lots Henry Neva Hxgglns, Norma Huvert Lortng Jarman Kathryn Maher Beulah McClure Verna Metz George Moore Laurence Moran George Montgomery Dorothy Nelson Ruth Nxchols Opal Rxchardson Alxce Shawyer Loren Shelton L Rlchard VVh1tney Frances W1ckw1re Mtldred Wlley 1926 1927 1928 1930 1931 J H Francts Prof Dorothea Bowman Wayne Callts Ruth Cull1ngs Bertha Dalton Dorts Dobbs Julta Dwyer Harley Flelsher Lester Hartley Clarable Herbert Deforest H1tchcock Ada Hoyt Owen Hubbell Mllford Klrkbrlde Thomas Lee Irene Maher Adell McVey Thomas M1ller Mary Noggle Dean Proctor Lowell Reddtng Ward Schort Carl Schragg E Downlng Supt Ada Bohrer Helen Buston Thelma Callls Lots Challacombe Mable Dawson Glenn DeFord Wallace Emerxck Velda Eubands Lynne Fagotte Marie Fletsher Irma Fltcklnger Oral Gallagher Lloyd Graham, Glenn Hall Leonard Heller Raymond Htcks Loulse McK1nty Luctlle Murphy Julta Patton Harold Reddlng Velda Scragg Francls Shlvely Clyde Wheeler Leo Wxndtsh Louxs Wmdrsh Corrrne 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Beth Shtvely Lourse Turner James Voorhees Eldon W1ley Izola Yates E E Downing Supt Betty Armstrong Dorothy Bates Thomas Clemmer Vera Cathenne Custer Kenneth Davy Ralph Gayman Mary Hedden Luctlle Httchcock Berwyn Huey Nellxe Llvmgston Damel Maher, Mary Ellen Manock Owen McK1nty Elmer Moody John Pierson ' - - -: - . . , 1 -. . 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Harold Nrxon, Clxfford Perrill Howard Plerson Robert Pullen Lxlah Roffey John Shaffer Charlotte Shelton Kather1neSm1th Eugene Traynor Eleanore Walbel Richard Wllktnson, Gerda Wurmnerst Erma Wurmnerst Downrng Supt Richard arlene Boyd Merle Clark Esther Clemmer Mary Clmch Kelth Currrer Edwm Foster Kenneth Golden Harold Hartley, Arthur Hasselbacker Maxlne Heuber Leila Hoyt Chester Kuntz , Mabel McAllister John McFall Dorothy McMullen LaVeda Miles, Jack Mrller Wrnogene Miller Gayle Owens, Charles Patterson Paul Reed Paul Schaffer, Sidney Thompson Dorothy Troth Owen Warbel Robert Wxlcox, Ruth Wolfe Katherrne Zlnk E E Downtng Supt ean Atherton Margaret Borce Alrce Boyer, Frank Brldson Clifton Clark Helen Gallagher Dale Gutshall Ruth Hedden Billy Jarman Donald Livingston John Manock Carl Meehan, Martha Moffxtt Charles North Herman Norton Eltzabeth Patterson Violet Ray, Susre Robrnson Dons Roffey Alvrn Sollenberger Gerald Talley Carroll Taylor, Woodrow Van Tlne Dons Waechter E E Dowmng, Supt 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Merlln Gutshall B111 Grover Harlan Hall Catherine Jacques John Jarman Marie Jones, Rabah Kellogg, Davrd Lapsley, Ruth Livingston, Robert Lett, Nellie Manock Betty Mers Donald Metz Dorothy Metz, Earl Morrlson, Evelyn Taylor E E Downing Supt Jesse Bradshaw Mayme Br1ggs Viola Buhl Marjorie Ann Chapman James Clark Mar1e Conklrn Marl Cooksey Perle Coon, Jr Virginia Cowley, Mary Cullings, Eva Doubet Katherine Fldler Vrola Forquer Mary Foster Nellie Gallagher Howard Garren, Marian Golden, Ruth Graham, James Hart, Jack Iapsley Grles Martzluf Lester McAllister Lois McCoy Roberta McClennan, Robert McQuinton, Charlotte Mlllen Ella Mlllen, Raymond Pack Rlchard Prltchatt Arvld Rambo Earl Ramshaw Juanita Reed Marvel Reich Qle Shane, Hubert Shelton Howarth Taylor Robert Taylor Jerome Vogel E E Downing Supt Ruth Andrews Rena Beetler Paul Betts Janet Bond Beverly Chase Lucrlle Conklln, Lucille Corum, Leona Dubtt Margaret Edwards, Lyle Ford, Donald Garren Vada Green Juanita Hartley Ruth Hogy Robert Jones Gertrude Kellogg John Maher J Charles Mann Charles Morrrson, Helen Mottaz Marguente Pack Marcella Page, Vrrginxa Purchase Gerald Reed Helen Riggs Ernest Rosecrans, Alys Shane Gertrude Shlssler 1941 1942 1944 1945 Audrey Sparks Jane Splcher, Gloria Swygman, Stanley Taylor, John Thompson, Gene Troth, Ruby Waechter, John Young Loren Young E E Down1ng,Supt Harold Beetler Evelyn Bowen Dorothy Bowers Dear Collms Sam Cooksey Mary Ethelyn Crozle Celia Dalton Donald Eldert Ruth Frame Claire Gutshall June Hxggs Betty Hunt Donald Korth, Robert Korth Betty Dratzer, Walter Livingston, Mable Mann, Paul May, Betty McCuen Charles Miles Ralph Rlggs J D Rutledge Alve Lee Rutledge Donald Schlots, Mxldred Sllzer, Dean Van Sickle Russell Waechter Lois West Roy Wheeler George Woodley E E Downing Supt Mary Ines Beamer, Wilma Beeney Alice Blelchner, Wrlma Bowen, Russell Briggs Floyd Broadfleld Maxme Calllster, Bonnie Edwards, Dean French Lowell Fuller Wallace Fuller John Gutshall Velma Hall Dorothy Kendall Margaret Kilpatrick Jeanne Lott Martha lott Hazel Mammen Donald McCoy Katheryn Mohn, Fred Neal Mary Nelson Irene Pack, Harold Page, Thomas Rosecrans Mary Jean Schode, Theo Shane, Georgla Shelton, David Shxssler David Shrssler, Mary Ruth Shlssler, Betty Taylor Rachel West, Marlon Wlnn Bond, Elizabeth Clsel Leona Clsel June Cllnebell Mary Lou Carley Oretha Corum Charles Cralg Thelma Crozier Edithe Donovlck, Dan Duval Donald Grover, Lorene Hartley Max Honts Earllne Huber, Tommy Hunt, Frelda Keyser Walter Krng Russell Korth Paul LaFollette Marguerite Lott, B111 MacDonald Leland McC1ennan, Bob Miller Dorothy Orren Clayton Prest Marjorie Schlots Billy Dean Shane Shirley Shaw, Bob Shoop Dorothy Taylor Wxlham Thompson Al1ce Waechter Gene Walbel R E Brckford Supt Ruth Beetler Ada Brrdges Betty Briggs Dorothy Brzggs William Cutter, Jay H Dailey Francis Edwards Robert Gibson Paul Harnes Joan Helken Jean Hoyt Dorothy Jones , Wrlma Keefer Theodcre Kendall Wrlden Lynall Darlene May Harriet 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